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Winter Smog in China– Searching for Unknown Radicals

Jülich, 8 January 2016. Fine dust and smog do not only result from traffic and industry. The majority of the pollutants are actually formed in the air – by hydroxyl radicals and other as yet unknown substances. Atmospheric chemists from Forschungszentrum Jülich intend to track down these trace substances in the RACE research project.

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