Increasing Isoprene Epoxydiol-to-Inorganic Sulfate Aerosol Ratio Results in Extensive Conversion of Inorganic Sulfate to Organosulfur Forms: Implications for Aerosol Physicochemical Properties

Matthieu Riva, Yuzhi Chen, Yue Zhang, Ziying Lei, Nicole E. Olson, Hallie C. Boyer, Shweta Narayan, Lindsay D. Yee, Hilary S. Green, Tianqu Cui, Zhenfa Zhang, Karsten Baumann, Mike Fort, Eric Edgerton, Sri H. Budisulistiorini, Caitlin A. Rose, Igor O. Ribeiro, Rafael L.E. Oliveira, Erickson O. Dos Santos, Cristine M.D. MachadoSophie Szopa, Yue Zhao, Eliane G. Alves, Suzane S. De Sá, Weiwei Hu, Eladio M. Knipping, Stephanie L. Shaw, Sergio Duvoisin Junior, Rodrigo A.F. De Souza, Brett B. Palm, Jose Luis Jimenez, Marianne Glasius, Allen H. Goldstein, Havala O.T. Pye, Avram Gold, Barbara J. Turpin, William Vizuete, Scot T. Martin, Joel A. Thornton, Cari S. Dutcher, Andrew P. Ault, Jason D. Surratt

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