Table 3: Properties of the SOA species used by the two-product model for SOA formation.

( g ) ( J )Reference

isoprene-p1N0.00211.620042[22]
isoprene-p2N0.49750.008642[22]
isoprene-p1H0.02881.620042[22]
isoprene-p2H0.23200.008642[22]
a-pinene-p1N0.01380.063738[62]
a-pinene-p2N0.46100.002638[62]
a-pinene-p1H0.19200.063738[62]
a-pinene-p2H0.21500.002638[62]
b-pinene-p1N0.02600.195040[62]
b-pinene-p2N0.45800.003040[62]
b-pinene-p1H0.36170.195040[62]
b-pinene-p2H0.22620.003040[62]
toluene-p1N0.03480.040340[63]
toluene-p2N0.11780.001040[63]
toluene-p1H0.07100.053040[63]
toluene-p2H0.13800.001940[63]
xylene-p1N0.02400.229060[63]
xylene-p2N0.15200.004060[63]
xylene-p1H0.04900.301060[63]
xylene-p2H0.17800.008060[63]

1Nomenclature of species was chosen as follows: first 3 or 4 capital letters denote the parent VOC. The letter “p”, followed by the number 1 or 2, denotes the product number. In case there is an additional letter “N” or “H”, it denotes formation under low and high VOC/NOx ratio conditions, respectively. For the intermediate case of aromatic oxidation (5.5 VOC/NOx in ppbC/ppb; [63]), the average parameters of high-to-low VOC/NOx were used.