Simon Clegg
Simon Clegg
Professor at the University of East Anglia, (and also the University of California, Davis)
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Thermodynamic Model of the System H+−NH4+−SO42-−NO3-−H2O at Tropospheric Temperatures
SL Clegg, P Brimblecombe, AS Wexler
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 102 (12), 2137-2154, 1998
7251998
Atmospheric amines–Part I. A review
X Ge, AS Wexler, SL Clegg
Atmospheric Environment 45 (3), 524-546, 2011
5802011
Thermodynamic Model of the System H+−NH4+−Na+−SO42-−NO3-−Cl-−H2O at 298.15 K
SL Clegg, P Brimblecombe, AS Wexler
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 102 (12), 2155-2171, 1998
4831998
Atmospheric aerosol models for systems including the ions H+, NH4+, Na+, SO42−, NO3, Cl, Br, and H2O
AS Wexler, SL Clegg
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 107 (D14), ACH 14-1-ACH 14-14, 2002
4432002
Stratospheric aerosol growth and HNO3 gas phase depletion from coupled HNO3 and water uptake by liquid particles
KS Carslaw, BP Luo, SL Clegg, T Peter, P Brimblecombe, PJ Crutzen
Geophysical Research Letters 21 (23), 2479-2482, 1994
4281994
A thermodynamic model of the system HCl-HNO3-H2SO4-H2O, including solubilities of HBr, from< 200 to 328 K
KS Carslaw, SL Clegg, P Brimblecombe
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 99 (29), 11557-11574, 1995
3231995
Thermodynamics of multicomponent, miscible, ionic solutions: generalized equations for symmetrical electrolytes
SL Clegg, KS Pitzer
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 96 (8), 3513-3520, 1992
2911992
Thermodynamics of multicomponent, miscible, ionic solutions. Mixtures including unsymmetrical electrolytes
SL Clegg, KS Pitzer, P Brimblecombe
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 96 (23), 9470-9479, 1992
2821992
Thermodynamic modelling of aqueous aerosols containing electrolytes and dissolved organic compounds
SL Clegg, JH Seinfeld, P Brimblecombe
Journal of Aerosol Science 32 (6), 713-738, 2001
2372001
Modeling the composition of liquid stratospheric aerosols
KS Carslaw, T Peter, SL Clegg
Reviews of Geophysics 35 (2), 125-154, 1997
2281997
The effect of water on gas–particle partitioning of secondary organic aerosol. Part I: α-pinene/ozone system
DR Cocker Iii, SL Clegg, RC Flagan, JH Seinfeld
Atmospheric Environment 35 (35), 6049-6072, 2001
2272001
A comparative review of inorganic aerosol thermodynamic equilibrium modules: similarities, differences, and their likely causes
Y Zhang, C Seigneur, JH Seinfeld, M Jacobson, SL Clegg, FS Binkowski
Atmospheric Environment 34 (1), 117-137, 2000
2222000
Thermodynamic properties of 0–6 mol kg–1 aqueous sulfuric acid from 273.15 to 328.15 K
SL Clegg, JA Rard, KS Pitzer
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 90 (13), 1875-1894, 1994
2131994
The solubility and behaviour of acid gases in the marine aerosol
P Brimblecombe, SL Clegg
Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry 7 (1), 1-18, 1988
1701988
Atmospheric amines–Part II. Thermodynamic properties and gas/particle partitioning
X Ge, AS Wexler, SL Clegg
Atmospheric Environment 45 (3), 561-577, 2011
1632011
Activity coefficients in natural waters
SL Clegg, M Whitfield
Activity Coefficients in Electrolyte Solutions, 2nd ed.; Ed. K. S. Pitzer …, 1991
1561991
Vapour pressures of H2SO4/HNO3/HCl/HBr/H2O solutions to low stratospheric temperatures
B Luo, KS Carslaw, T Peter, SL Clegg
Geophysical research letters 22 (3), 247-250, 1995
1501995
Application of a multicomponent thermodynamic model to activities and thermal properties of 0-40 mol kg-1 aqueous sulfuric acid from< 200 to 328 K
SL Clegg, P Brimblecombe
Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data 40 (1), 43-64, 1995
1431995
Solubility of ammonia in pure aqueous and multicomponent solutions
SL Clegg, P Brimblecombe
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 93 (20), 7237-7248, 1989
1431989
Thermodynamic models of aqueous solutions containing inorganic electrolytes and dicarboxylic acids at 298.15 K. 1. The acids as nondissociating components
SL Clegg, JH Seinfeld
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 110 (17), 5692-5717, 2006
1372006
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