Limitations in representation of physical processes prevent successful simulation of PM2.5 during KORUS-AQ
KR Travis, JH Crawford, G Chen, CE Jordan, BA. Nault, H Kim, JL Jimenez, P Campuzano-Jost, JE Dibb, J-H Woo, Y Kim, S Zhai, X Wang, EE McDuffie11, G Luo, F Yu, S Kim, IJ Simpson, DR. Blake, L Chang, MJ Kim
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 22, 7933–7958

Comprehensive chemical characterization of gaseous I/SVOC emissions from heavy-duty diesel vehicles using two-dimensional gas chromatography time-of-flight mass spectrometry
X He, X Zheng, Y You, S Zhang, B Zhao, X Wang, G Huang, T Chen, Y Cao, L He, X Chang, S Wang, Y Wu
Environmental Pollution, doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2022.119284

Global Emissions of Hydrogen Chloride and Particulate Chloride from Continental Sources
B Zhang, H Shen, X Yun, Q Zhong, BH Henderson, X Wang, L Shi, SS Gunthe, LG Huey, S Tao, AG Russell, P Liu
Environmental Science and Technology, 56, 7, 3894–3904

IOD, ENSO, and seasonal precipitation variation over Eastern China
Y Zhang, W Zhou, X Wang, X Wang, R Zhang, Y Li, J Gan
Atmospheric Research, 270, 106042

N2O5 uptake onto saline mineral dust: a potential missing source of tropospheric ClNO2 in inland China
H Wang, C Peng, X Wang, S Lou, K Lu, G Gan, X Jia, X Chen, J Chen, H Wang, S Fan, X Wang, M Tang
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 22, 1845–1859


Relating geostationary satellite measurements of aerosol optical depth (AOD) over East Asia to fine particulate matter (PM2.5): insights from the KORUS-AQ aircraft campaign and GEOS-Chem model simulations
S-X Zhai, DJ. Jacob, JF. Brewer, K Li, JM Moch, J Kim, S Lee, H Lim, HC Lee, SK Kuk, RJ. Park, JI Jeong, X Wang, Pi Liu, G Luo, F Yu, J Meng, RV Martin, KR Travis, JW Hair, BE Anderson, JE Dibb, JL Jimenez, P Campuzano-Jost, BA Nault, J-H Woo, Y Kim, Q Zhang, H Liao
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 21, 16775–16791

Global Impact of Lightning-produced Oxidants
J Mao, T Zhao, CA Keller, X Wang, PJ McFarland, JM Jenkins, WH Brune
Geophyscial Research Letters, 48, 21, e2021GL095740

Understanding Sources of Atmospheric Hydrogen Chloride in Coastal Spring and Continental Winter
AA Angelucci, TC Furlani, X Wang, DJ Jacob, TC VandenBoer, CJ Young
ACS Earth Space Chem, 5, 9, 2507–2516

Improved Mechanistic Model of the Atmospheric Redox Chemistry of Mercury
V Shah, DJ Jacob, CP Thackray, X Wang, EM Sunderland, TS Dibble, A Saiz-Lopez, I Černušák, V Kellö, PJ. Castro, R Wu, C Wang
Environmental Science and Technology, 55, 21, 14445–14456

Anthropogenic Impacts on Tropospheric Reactive Chlorine since the Preindustrial
S-T Zhai, X Wang, JR McConnell, L Geng, J Cole-Di, M Sigl, N Chelman, T Sherwen, R Pound, K Fujita, SHattori, JM Moch, L Zhu, MJ Evans, M Legrand, P Liu, D Pasteris, YC Chan, LT Murray, B Alexander
Geophyscial Research Letters, 48, 14, e2021GL093808

Global tropospheric halogen (Cl, Br, I) chemistry and its impact on oxidants
X Wang, DJ Jacob, W Downs, S-T Zhai, L Zhu, V Shah, CD Holmes, T Sherwen, B Alexander, MJ Evans, SD Eastham, JA Neuman, P Veres, TK Koenig, R Volkamer, GL Huey, TJ Bannan, CJ Percival, BH Lee, JA Thornton
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 21, 13973–13996

Heterogeneous Nitrate Production Mechanisms in Intense Haze Events in the North China Plain
YC Chan, MJ Evans, P He, CD Holmes, L Jaeglé, P Kasibhatla, XY Liu, T Sherwen, JA Thornton, X Wang, Z Xie, S-T Zhai, B Alexander
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 126, e2021JD034688

Control of particulate nitrate air pollution in China
S-X Zhai, DJ Jacob, X Wang, Z Liu, T Wen, V Shah, K Li, JM Moch, KH. Bates, S Song, L Shen, Y Zhang, G Luo, F Yu, Y Sun, L Wang, M Qi, J Tao, K Gui, H Xu, Q Zhang, T Zhao, Y Wang, HC Lee, H Choi, H Liao
Nature Geoscience, 14, 389–395.

Enhanced Aerosol Particle Growth Sustained by High Continental Chlorine Emission in India
SS Gunthel, P Liu, U Panda, SS Raj, A Sharma, E Darbyshire, E Reyes-Villegas, J Allan, Y Chen, X Wang, S Song, ML Pöhlker, L Shi, Y Wang, SM Kommula, T Liu, R Ravikrishna, Gordon McFiggans, LJ Mickley, Scot T. Martin, Ulrich Pöschl, MO Andreae, H Coe
Nature Geoscience, 14, 77–84.


Global modeling of cloudwater acidity, rainwater acidity, and acid inputs to ecosystems
V Shah V, DJ Jacob, JM Moch, X Wang, S Zhai
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 20, 12223–12245.

Effects of anthropogenic chlorine on PM2.5 and ozone air quality in China
X Wang, DJ Jacob, X Fu, T Wang, M Le Breton, M Hallquist, Z Liu, EE McDuffie, H Liao
Environmental Science and Technology, 54, 16, 9908–9916

Lifecycle of light-absorbing carbonaceous aerosols
D Liu, C He, JP Schwarz, X Wang
npj Climate and Atmospheric Science, 3, 40.

Spatial and temporal variability of brown carbon in United States: implications for direct radiative effects
N June, X Wang, L-W A Chen, JC Chow, JG Watson. XL Wang, BH Henderson, Y Zheng, J Mao
Geophysical Research Letters, 47, e2020GL090332.

Constraining remote oxidation capacity with ATom observations
KR Travis, CL Heald, HM Allen, EC Apel, SR Arnold, DR Blake, WH Brune, X Chen, R Commane, JD Crounse, BC Daube, GS Diskin, JW Elkins, MJ Evans, SR Hall, EJ Hintsa, RS Hornbrook, PS Kasibhatla, MJ Kim, G Luo, K McKain, DB Millet, FL Moore, J Peischl, TB Ryerson, T Sherwen, AB Thames, K Ullmann, X Wang, PO Wennberg, GM Wolfe, F Yu
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 20, 7753–7781

An adaptive method for speeding up the numerical integration of chemical mechanisms in atmospheric chemistry models: application to GEOS-Chem version 12.0.0
L Shen, DJ Jacob, M Santillana, X Wang, W Chen
Geoscientific Model Development, 13, 2475–2486

Effects of sea salt aerosol emissions for Marine Cloud Brightening on atmospheric chemistry: Implications for radiative forcing
HM Horowitz, C Holmes, A Wright, T Sherwen, X Wang, M Evans, J Huang, L Jaeglé, Q Chen, S Zhai, B Alexander
Geophysical Research Letters, 47, e2019GL085838

2019 and before

Fine particulate matter (PM2.5) trends in China, 2013–2018: separating contributions from anthropogenic emissions and meteorology
S Zhai, DJ Jacob, X Wang, L Shen, K Li, Y Zhang, K Gui, T Zhao, H Liao
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 19 (16), 11031-11041

Effect of sea salt aerosol on tropospheric bromine chemistry
L Zhu, DJ Jacob, SD Eastham, MP Sulprizio, X Wang, T Sherwen, MJ Evans, Q Chen, B Alexander, TK Koenig, R Volkamer, GL Huey, M Le Breton, TJ Bannan, CJ Percival
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 19 (9), 6497-6507

The role of chlorine in global tropospheric chemistry
X Wang, DJ Jacob, SD Eastham, MP Sulprizio, L Zhu, Q Chen, B Alexander, T Sherwen, MJ Evans, BH Lee, JD Haskins, FD Lopez-Hilfiker, JA Thornton, GL Huey, H Liao
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 19 (6), 3981-4003

Exploring the observational constraints on the simulation of brown carbon
X Wang, CL Heald, J Liu, RJ Weber, P Campuzano-Jost, JL Jimenez, JP Schwarz, AE Perring
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 18 (18), 635–653

Deriving brown carbon from multiwavelength absorption measurements: method and application to AERONET and Aethalometer observations
X Wang, CL Heald, AJ Sedlacek, SS de Sá, ST Martin, ML Alexander, TB Watson, AC Aiken, SR Springston, P Artaxo
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16 (19), 12733-12752

Exploiting simultaneous observational constraints on mass and absorption to estimate the global direct radiative forcing of black carbon and brown carbon
X Wang, CL Heald, DA Ridley, JP Schwarz, JR Spackman, AE Perring, H Coe, D Liu, AD Clarke
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 14 (20), 10989-11010

Top‐down estimate of China’s black carbon emissions using surface observations: Sensitivity to observation representativeness and transport model error
X Wang, Y Wang, J Hao, Y Kondo, M Irwin, JW Munger, Y Zhao
Journal of Geophysical Research, Atmospheres 118 (11), 5781-5795

Black carbon and its correlation with trace gases at a rural site in Beijing: Top‐down constraints from ambient measurements on bottom‐up emissions
Y Wang, X Wang, Y Kondo, M Kajino, JW Munger, J Hao
Journal of Geophysical Research, Atmospheres 116 (D24)

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