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O. Singh and . Hara, Les sources biogéniques se répartissent en plusieurs catégories : les émissions directes, les feux de biomasse et l'oxydation troposphérique de COV d'origine biotique Notre étude permet de quantifier la production d'acétone par oxydation dans la troposphère des trois COVB choisis, 1994.

. Ainsi, EUPHORE quantifient la totalité de la production d'acétone issue de la dégradation diurne du COVB, selon tous les processus d'oxydation envisageables : la photolyse, les réactions avec OH et avec l'ozone à la fois du COVB initial, mais aussi des produits d'oxydation euxmêmes . Et d'autre part nous avons quantifié la production d'acétone par chacun des processus chimiques indépendamment en étudiant

. La-réaction-de-l, isoprène avec OH en présence de NO x ne produit pas d'acétone d'après notre étude Néanmoins les expériences effectuées en absence de NO x ont montré une production d'acétone avec un rendement de 9%, selon un mécanisme de production encore mal compris actuellement, mais qui laisse présager d'une production d'acétone possible à partir de l

1. De, Jeffries et al. 1995) a été identifiée en condition humide. En revanche , le processus d'ozonolyse en voie sèche ne produit pas d'acétone d'après notre étude. La troposphère présentant des conditions d'humidité relative qui se rapprochent de nos expériences en conditions humides plutôt qu'en condition sèche

. Enfin, la dégradation diurne des produits d'oxydation de l'isoprène, la méthacroléine et la méthylvinylcétone, n'est pas une source d'acétone d'après notre étude

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