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articleWang, G.; Xie, M.; Hu, S.; Gao, S.; Tachibana, E.; Kawamura, K.Dicarboxylic acids, metals and isotopic compositions of C and N in atmospheric aerosols from inland China : implications for dust and coal burning emission and secondary aerosol formation-Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics-6-Jul-2010
articleKawamura, K.; Ono, K.; Tachibana, E.; Charriére, B.; Sempéré, R.Distributions of low molecular weight dicarboxylic acids, ketoacids and α-dicarbonyls in the marine aerosols collected over the Arctic Ocean during late summer-Biogeosciences-22-Nov-2012
articleFu, P. Q.; Kawamura, K.; Chen, J.; Li, J.; Sun, Y. L.; Liu, Y.; Tachibana, E.; Aggarwal, S. G.; Okuzawa, K.; Tanimoto, H.; Kanaya, Y.; Wang, Z. F.Diurnal variations of organic molecular tracers and stable carbon isotopic composition in atmospheric aerosols over Mt. Tai in the North China Plain: an influence of biomass burning-Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics-18-Sep-2012
articleKawamura, K.; Tachibana, E.; Okuzawa, K.; Aggarwal, S. G.; Kanaya, Y.; Wang, Z. F.High abundances of water-soluble dicarboxylic acids, ketocarboxylic acids and alpha-dicarbonyls in the mountaintop aerosols over the North China Plain during wheat burning season-Atmospheric chemistry and physics-22-Aug-2013
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