Chemistry department ACCENT-Network
Research Area Multiphase Modelling
Abteilung Chemie
CAPRAM (= Chemical Aqueous Phase
RAdical Mechanism)

CAPRAM [Chemical Aqueous Phase Radical Mechanism]
Literature
* Ervens, B.; George, C.; Willams, J. E.; Buxton, G. V.; Salmon, G .A.; Bydder, M.; Wilkinson, F.; Dentener, F.; Mirabel, P. and Herrmann, H.; CAPRAM 2.4 (MODAC mechanism): An extended and condensed tropospheric aqueous phase mechanism and its application, J. Geophys. Res. 108 (D14), 4426. (2003)

* Ervens, B. and Herrmann, H.; Mechanism development for tropospheric multiphase chemistry with CAPRAM. 2nd International Conference on Air Pollution Modelling and Simulation APMS, Paris, France. (2001)

* Herrmann, H.; Tilgner, A.; Barzaghi, P.; Majdik, Z.; Gligorovski, S.; Poulain, L. and Monod, A.; Towards a more detailed description of tropospheric aqueous phase organic chemistry: CAPRAM 3.0. Atm. Env. 39 (23-24), 4351-4363. (2005a)

* Herrmann, H., Majdik, Z.; Ervens, B. and Weise D.; Halogen production from aqueous tropospheric particles, Chemosphere 52, 485-502. (2003)

* Herrmann, H., Ervens, B., Jacobi, H.-W., Wolke, R., Nowacki P. and Zellner, R., CAPRAM 2.3: A Chemical Aqueous Phase Radical Mechanism for Tropospheric Chemistry, J. Atm. Chem. 36, 231-284. (2000)

* Herrmann, H.; Ervens, B., et al., A chemical aqueous phase radical mechanism for tropospheric chemistry, Chemosphere 38, 1223-1232. (1999)

* MODAC-Model Development for Tropospheric Aerosol and Cloud Chemistry. Final Report , to Project ENV4-CT97-0388, CEC Brussels. (2000)

Literature to CAPRAM applications
* Sehili, A.M.; Wolke, R.; Knoth, O.; Simmel, M.; Tilgner, A. and Herrmann, H.; Comparison of different model approaches for the simulation of multiphase processes. Atm. Env. 39 (23-24), 4403-4417. (2005)

* Tilgner, A.; Majdik, Z.; Sehili, A.M.; Simmel, M.; Wolke, R. and Herrmann, H.; SPACCIM: Simulations of the multiphase chemistry occurring in the FEBUKO hill cap cloud experiments. Atm. Env. 39 (23-24), 4389-4401. (2005)

* Williams, J. E.; Dentener, F. J. and van den Berg, A. R.; The influence of cloud chemistry on HOx and NOx in the Marine Boundary Layer: a 1-D modelling study. Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss. 1, 277-335. (2001)

* Wolke, R.; Sehili, A.M.; Simmel, M.; Knoth, O.; Tilgner, A. and Herrmann, H.; SPACCIM: A parcel model with detailed microphysics and complex multiphase chemistry. Atm. Env. 39 (23-24), 4375-4388. (2005)

Literature to CAPRAM modifications and related model studies
* Leriche, M.; Chaumerliac, N. and Monod, A; Coupling quasi-spectral microphysics with multiphase chemistry: a case study of a polluted air mass at the top of the Puy de Dôme mountain (France), Atm. Env. Vol. 35 , No. 32 , p. 5411-5423 (Elsevier). (2001)

* Chaumerliac, N.; Leriche, M. and Audiffren, N.; Modeling of scavenging processes in clouds: some remaining questions about the partitioning of gases among gas and liquid phases, Atm. Res. Vol. 53 , No. 1-3 , p. 29-43 (Elsevier). (2000)

* Leriche, M.; Voisin, D.; Chaumerliac, N.; Monod, A. and Aumont, B.; A model for tropospheric multiphase chemistry: application to one cloudy event during the CIME experiment, Atm. Env. Vol. 34 , No. 29-30 , p. 5015-5036 (Elsevier). (2000)

Additionally cited literature
* Herrmann, H.; Wolke, R.; Müller, K.; Brüggemann, E.; Gnauk, T.; Barzaghi, P.; Mertes, S.; Lehmann, K.; Massling, A.; Birmili, W.; Wiedensohler, A.; Wieprecht, W.; Acker, K.; Jaeschke, W.; Kramberger, H.; Syrcina, B.; Bächmann, K.; Collett, J.L. Jr.; Galgon, D.; Schwirn, K.; Nowak, A.; van Pinxteren, D.; Plewka, A.; Chemnitzer, R.; Rüd, C.; Hofmann, D.; Tilgner, A.; Diehl, K.; Heinold, B.; Hinneburg, D.; Knoth, O.; Sehili, A.M.; Simmel, M.; Wurzler, S.; Mauersberger, G.; Majdik, Z.; Müller, F.; FEBUKO and MODMEP: Field measurements and modelling of aerosol and cloud multiphase processes. Atm. Env. 39 (23-24), 4169-4183. (2005b)

* Herrmann, H.; Ervens, B. et al., A chemical aqueous phase radical mechanism for tropospheric chemistry, Chemosphere 38, 1223-1232. (1999)

* Schwartz, S.; Mass transport considerations pertinent to aqueous phase reactions of gases in liquid water clouds.In: Jaeschke,W.(Ed.), Chemistry of Multiphase Atmospheric Systems, NATO ASI Series. Springer, Berlin, pp. 415 – 471. (1986)

* Simmel, M.; Diehl, K. and Wurzler, S.; Numerical simulation of the microphysics of an orographic cloud: Comparison with measurements and sensitivity studies. Atm. Env. 39 (23-24), 4365-4373. (2005)

* Stockwell, W. R.; Middleton, P.; et al.; The second generation regional acid deposition model chemical mechanism for regional air quality modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research 95 (D10), 16,343-16,367. (1990)

* Stockwell, W. R.; Kirchner, F.; et al.; A new mechanism for regional atmospheric chemistry modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research 102 (D22), 25,847-25,879. (1997)


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