By Hubert Rüsch, Dieter Jungwirth, Hubert K. Hilsdorf
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Because of the difficulty in monitoring OH, relative rate measurement techniques are instead widely used for determination of rate constants of tropospheric oxidation (Atkinson 1986; Finlayson-Pitts and Pitts 1986; Goodman et al. 1988; Kwok et al. 1995; Pilar et al. 2002). These studies involve monitoring the simultaneous loss over time of a test substance with unknown kOH in the presence of the reference compound with known kOH, even when the concentration of hydroxyl radicals is not constant over the experimental timeframe (Atkinson 1986).