Instrument - Ground-based Hydrogen Oxides Sensor reporting HO2 (Brune)

Short name:

Full name:
Ground-based Hydrogen Oxides Sensor reporting HO2 (Brune)

What is being measured:
Hydroperoxy radicals (HO2)

Sampling Protocol:



Instrument year :
None specified

Data recording software:
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Data analysis software:
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Raw data time resolution:
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Analysis data averaging:
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Detection limit:
1.4e5 molec/cm3

Sensitivity to temperature (and correction method, if applicable): :
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Sensitivity to relative humidity (and correction method, if applicable): :
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Sampling method:
Direct sampling

Sample preparation method:

Sample residence time (chamber to instrument) (seconds):

Length of tubing (cm):

Instrument flow rate:

Tubing inner diameter:
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Tubing material:
Stainless Steel

Chemical identification method:
HO2 is converted to OH by reaction with NO. Then OH is detected by Laser-Induced Fluorescence

Data analysis method:
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Quantification method:
Applying the direct calibration factor for OH

Calibration method:
Producing known amounts of OH in a discharge flow tube, see Brune et al., J. Atmos. Sci., 1995

Calibration drift estimate:

Calibration schedule:

Uncertainty estimation method:
Total uncertainty based on calibration uncertainties

Known interferences:
Interference around instances of high biogenic activity that is temperature dependent (see Mao et al., ACP, 2012). This is corrected for by chemical zeroing.

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Additional notes:
PI is William Brune from Penn State

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