Yong Bin Lim

Affiliations: 
University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, United States 
 Ewha Woman's University 
Area:
Atmospheric Chemistry
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Seo J, Lim YB, Youn D, et al. (2020) Synergistic enhancement of urban haze by nitrate uptake into transported hygroscopic particles in the Asian continental outflow Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 20: 7575-7594
Lim YB, Seo J, Kim JY, et al. (2020) Local formation of sulfates contributes to the urban haze with regional transport origin Environmental Research Letters. 15: 84034
Lim YB, Seo J, Kim JY, et al. (2018) Multiday haze in the East Asia: Transport and chemical aging of hygroscopic particles Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 1-28
Seo J, Park DR, Kim JY, et al. (2018) Effects of meteorology and emissions on urban air quality: a quantitative statistical approach to long-term records (1999–2016) in Seoul, South Korea Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18: 16121-16137
Seo J, Kim JY, Youn D, et al. (2017) On the multiday haze in the Asian continental outflow: the important role of synoptic conditions combined with regional and local sources Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17: 9311-9332
Lim YB, Lee S, Kim H, et al. (2016) Review of Recent Smog Chamber Studies for Secondary Organic Aerosol Journal of Korean Society For Atmospheric Environment. 32: 131-157
Sareen N, Carlton AG, Surratt JD, et al. (2016) Identifying precursors and aqueous organic aerosol formation pathways during the SOAS campaign Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 16: 14409-14420
Lim YB, Kim H, Kim JY, et al. (2016) Photochemical organonitrate formation in wet aerosols Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 16: 12631-12647
Ortiz-Montalvo DL, Schwier AN, Lim YB, et al. (2016) Volatility of methylglyoxal cloud SOA formed through OH radical oxidation and droplet evaporation Atmospheric Environment. 130: 145-152
Lim YB, Turpin BJ. (2015) Organic peroxide and OH formation in aerosol and cloud water: laboratory evidence for this aqueous chemistry Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 15: 17367-17396
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