Publications

Richard P. Wayne

  • 1. The coupling of polymers. Part II : Vinyl polymers and block copolymers
         C.H. Bamford, A.D. Jenkins and R.P. Wayne. Trans.Faraday Soc., 56, 932 (1960).
  • 2. Some reactions of ozone in discharge-flow experiments
         M.A.A. Clyne, B.A. Thrush and R.P. Wayne. Nature (article) 199, 1057 (1963).
  • 3. Kinetics of the chemiluminescent reaction between nitric oxide and ozone
         M.A.A. Clyne, B.A. Thrush and R.P. Wayne. Trans. Faraday Soc., 60, 359 (1964).
  • 4. Photolysis of nitrosyl chloride by ultraviolet radiation, Nature, 203, 516
         (1964).
  • 5. The mercury photosensitized decomposition of carbonyl compounds
         R.G.W. Norrish and R.P. Wayne, Proc. Roy. Soc., A284, 1 (1965).
  • 6. The photosensitized initiation of vinyl polymerization by manganese carbonyl
         C.H. Bamford, P.A. Crowe and R.P. Wayne, Proc. Roy. Soc. A284, 455 (1965).
  • 7. Photochemistry of the carbonyls of group VII metals : formation of active
         intermediates
         C.H. Bamford, J. Hobbs and R.P. Wayne, Chem. Comm., 1, 469 (1965).
  • 8. The photolysis of ozone by ultraviolet radiation. I. The photolysis of pure, dry
         ozone
         R.G.W. Norrish and R.P. Wayne, Proc. Roy. Soc., A288, 200 (1965).
  • 9. The photolysis of ozone by ultraviolet radiation. II. The photolysis of ozone
         mixed with certain hydrogen containing substances
         R.G.W. Norrish and R.P. Wayne, Proc. Roy. Soc., A288, 361 (1965).
  • 10. The formation and reactions of metastable oxygen (1 ) molecules
         M.A.A. Clyne, B.A. Thrush and R.P. Wayne, Photochem. Photobiol., 4, 957 (1965).
  • 11. Effect of zinc chloride on the velocity coefficients in the polymerization of methyl
         methacrylate.
         C.H. Bamford, S.Brumby and R.P. Wayne, Nature, 209, 292 (1966).
  • 12. Methylene : gas phase reactions with organic halides
         C.H. Bamford, J.E. Casson and R.P. Wayne, Proc. Roy. Soc., A289, 287 (1966).
  • 13. The photosensitised initiation of vinyl polymerization by the carbonyls of group
         VII metals
         C.H. Bamford, P.A. Crowe, J. Hobbs and R.P. Wayne,
         Proc. Roy. Soc., A292 153, (1966).
  • 14. Insertion and abstraction reactions of methylene
         C.H.Bamford and R.P. Wayne,
         Zh. Chim. Mendeleeva (issue dedicated to N.N. Semenov), 11 ,207 (1966).
  • 15. Use of a flow system to detect low-level chemiluminescent emission from
         photochemical reactions.
         R.P. Wayne. Photochem. photobiol., 5, 693 (1966).
  • 16. Photochemiluminescence in ozone.
         R.P. Wayne. Photochem. photobiol., 5, 889 (1966).
  • 17. Effect of excess energy on the reactivity of methylene
         R.S.B. Johnstone and R.P. Wayne, Nature, 211, 1396 (1966).
  • 18. Photochemical formation of electronically excited oxygen molecules in the
         atmosphere.
         R.P. Wayne. Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc., 93, 395 (1967).
  • 19. Photochemistry in the liquid phase
         C.H. Bamford and R.P. Wayne, in Photochemistry and reaction kinetics: papers presented to
         Professor R.G.W. Norrish on his retirement. pp. 26–63, Cambridge University Press, 1967.
  • 20. The reaction of methylene with methyl chloride : The effect of excess energy in
         methylene
         R.S.B. Johnstone and R.P. Wayne, Photochem. photobiol., 6, 531 (1967).
  • 21. The reaction of methylene with hydrogen
         J.W. Powell-Wiffen and R.P. Wayne, Photochem. photobiol., 8, 131 (1968).
  • 22. Photolysis of ozone at low pressures
         I.F. White and R.P. Wayne Ber.Bunsen. 72, 131 (1968).
  • 23. Formation of O2(1 g) in a photochemical system involving ozone
         T.P.J. Izod and R.P. Wayne, Nature, 217, 947 (1968).
  • 24. The formation, reaction and deactivation of O 2(1 )
         T.P.J. Izod and R.P. Wayne, Proc. Roy. Soc., A308, 81 (1968).
  • 25. Discharge lamps
         R.P. Wayne, in Luminescence in chemistry, ed. E.J.Bowen, pp. 40–47, Van Nostrand, 1968.
  • 26. Luminescence in the gas phase
         R.P. Wayne, in Luminescence in chemistry, ed. E.J.Bowen, pp. 48–61, Van Nostrand, 1968.
  • 27. The detection and estimation of intermediates. R.P. Wayne.
         Comprehensive Chemical Kinetics, 1, 279 (1969).
  • 28. The collisional deactivation of O2(1 g).
         I.D.Clark and R.P. Wayne, Chem. Phys. Letters, 3, 93 (1969).
  • 29. Singlet molecular oxygen : collisional quenching of O 2(1 g)
         I.D. Clark and R.P. Wayne, Proc. Roy. Soc., A314, 111 (1969).
  • 30. The Reaction of O2(1 g) with atomic nitrogen and with atomic oxygen
         I.D. Clark and R.P. Wayne, Chem. Phys. Letters, 3, 405 (1969).
  • 31. Theory of the kinetics of elementary gas phase reactions,
         R.P. Wayne. Comprehensive Chemical Kinetics, 2, 189 (1969).
  • 32. Theory of elementary reactions in solution
         I.D. Clark and R.P. Wayne, Comprehensive Chemical Kinetics, 2, 302 (1969).
  • 33. Singlet molecular oxygen in the environmental sciences : Singlet molecular
         oxygen and photochemical air pollution
         J.N.Pitts, Jr., A.U. Khan, E.B. Smith and R.P. Wayne. Environ. Sci. Technol., 3, 241.
  • 34. The rate of reaction of O2(1 g) with O3
         J.N. Pitts, Jr., and R.P. Wayne, J. Chem. Phys., 50, 3644 (1969).
  • 35. Photochemistry
         R.P. Wayne. Butterworths, 1970.
  • 36. Singlet molecular oxygen
         R.P. Wayne. Advan. photochem., 7, 311 (1969).
  • 37. Energy transfer from O(1D) to O2
         T.P.J. Izod and R.P. Wayne, Chem. Phys. Letters, 4, 208 (1969).
  • 38. Photolysis of ozone by 254-, 313-, and 334-nm radiation
         I.T.N. Jones and R.P. Wayne, J. Chem. Phys., 51, 3617 (1969).
  • 39. Polymerization in the solid phase
         C.H. Bamford and R.P. Wayne Polymer, 10, 661 (1969).
  • 40. Laboratory studies on the excitation and deactivation of singlet molecular oxygen
         Annals N.Y. Acad. Sci., 171, 199 (1970).
  • 41. The photolysis of ozone by ultra-violet radiation : III The photolysis of dry
         ozone/oxygen mixtures at low pressures in a flow system
         I.T.N. Jones, U.B. Kaczmar and R.P. Wayne, Proc. Roy. Soc., A316, 431 (1970).
  • 42. The absolute cross section for photoionization of O 2(1 g)
         I.D. Clark and R.P. Wayne Mol. Phys., 18, 523 (1970).
  • 43. Photoionization cross section of O2(1 g) at wavelengths between 1035 and
         1118A
         I.D. Clark and R.P. Wayne J. Geophys. Res., 75, 699 (1970).
  • 44. Kinetics of the reaction between atomic nitrogen and molecular oxygen in the
         ground (3 ) and first excited (1 g) states
         I.D. Clark and R.P. Wayne, Proc. Roy. Soc., A316, 539 (1970).
  • 45. The kinetics of the reaction between O2 (1 g) and ozone
         I.D. Clark, I.T.N. Jones and R.P. Wayne Proc. Roy. Soc., A317, 407 (1970).
  • 46. Revised editions of Air quality criteria for particulate matter, and Air quality
         criteria for sulfur oxide.
         R.P. Wayne. U.S. Public Health Service, (Project co-ordinator for E.R.I.)
         NAPCA publications Nos. AP–49 and AP–50 (1969).
  • 47. The photolysis of ozone by ultraviolet radiation: IV. Effect of photolysis
         wavelength on primary step
         I.T.N. Jones and R.P. Wayne, Proc. Roy. Soc., A319, 273 (1970).
  • 48. The photochemistry of ozone and singlet molecular oxygen in the atmosphere,
         R.P. Wayne, in G. Fiocco (ed.) Mesospheric models and related experiments,
         D. Reidel, Dordrecht, p.240 (1971).
  • 49. The photolysis of ozone by ultraviolet radiation, V. Photochemical formation of
         O2(1 g). I.T.N. Jones and R.P. Wayne, Proc. Roy.Soc. A321, 409 (1971).
  • 50. Calculations of O2(1 g) in the atmosphere using new laboratory data
         P.J. Crutzen, I.T.N. Jones and R.P. Wayne, J. Geophys.Res., 76, 1490 (1971).
  • 51. A simple device for the determination of fluorescence lifetimes
         J. Jessop, T.J. Wayne and R.P. Wayne J. Phys. E., Sci. Inst., 5, 638 (1972).
  • 52. Resonance absorption and fluorescence in argon
         C.J.Chapman, A.J. Masson and R.P. Wayne, Mol. Phys., 5, 979 (1972).
  • 53. Penning ionization of NO and O2(1 g) by argon in the 3P1 state
         I.D. Clark, A.J. Masson and R.P. Wayne, Mol. Phys., 5, 995 (1972).
  • 54. Reactions of excited species in the photolysis of ozone,
         R.P. Wayne. Disc. Faraday Soc., 53, 172 (1972).
  • 55. The photolysis of ozone by ultraviolet radiation; VI. Reactions of O(1D)
         D.J. Giachardi and R.P. Wayne Proc. Roy. Soc., A330, 131 (1972).
  • 56. Reactions involving excited states of O and O 2
         R.P. Wayne in B. McCormack (ed.), Physics and chemistry of upper atmospheres, D.Reidel,
         Dordrecht, p.125 (1973).
  • 57. Chemiluminescence in the ozone photochemical system
         R.P. Wayne, in M.J. Cormier et al., (eds.), Chemiluminescence and bioluminescence,
         Plenum Press, New York, p.481 (1973).
  • 58. Laboratory studies of ozone photochemistry and their relevance to atmospheric
         photochemistry
         R.P. Wayne. Proc. IAMAP/IAPSO First Special Assemblies, Melbourne, p.363 (1974).
  • 59. Infrared laser enhanced reactions: chemistry of vibrationally excited O3 reactions
         with NO and O2(1 g).
         M.J. Kurylo, W. Braun, A. Kaldor, S.M. Freund and R.P. Wayne J. Photochem., 3, 71
         (1974/5).
  • 60. Infrared laser enhanced reactions: spectral distribution of
         the NO2 chemiluminescence produced in the reaction of vibrationally
         excited O3 with NO
         W. Braun, M.J. Kurylo, A. Kaldor and R.P. Wayne, J. Chem. Phys., 61, 461 (1974).
  • 61. The reaction of atomic oxygen and hydrogen with nitric acid
         C.J. Chapman and R.P. Wayne Int. J. Chem. Kin., 6, 617 (1974).
  • 62. Reaction of hydroxyl radicals with NO, NO2 and SO2
         G.W. Harris and R.P. Wayne, J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans. I, 71, 610 (1975).
  • 63. The vacuum ultraviolet spectrum of anhydrous nitric acid
         G.S. Beddard, D.J. Giachardi and R.P. Wayne, J. Photochem., 3, 321 (1975).
  • 64. Laboratory measurements of rate coefficients: introductory review
         R.P. Wayne, in Atmospheres of Earth and the planets,
         ed. B.M. McCormack, D. Reidel, Dordrecht, p.179 (1975).
  • 65. Imprisonment and absorption of resonance radiation
         M.J. Boxall, C.J. Chapman and R.P. Wayne, J. Photochem. 4, 281 (1975).
  • 66. Quenching of Ar(3P1): rate constants for deactivation and "escape factors" for
         trapped radiation
         M.J. Boxall, C.J.Chapman and R.P. Wayne, J. Photochem., 4, 435 (1975).
  • 67. Far infrared rotational spectrum of ozone and nitric acid vapour
         J.W. Fleming and R.P. Wayne, Chem. Phys. Letters, 32, 135 (1975).
  • 68. Energy transfer from excited NO2* to molecular oxygen
         D.J. Giachardi, G.W. Harris and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans.II, 72, 619 (1976).
  • 69. Excited state formation in the H + O2 system
         D.J.Giachardi, G.W. Harris and R.P. Wayne, Chem. Phys. Letters, 32, 586 (1975).
  • 70. Collisional quenching of N2(A3 ; v = 0,1) by N atoms, ground state N2 and a
         pyrex surface
         P.H. Vidaud, M. Yaron, A. von Engel and R.P. Wayne,
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. II, 72, 1185 (1976).
  • 71. Excitation of singlet molecular oxygen by energy transfer from NO2 and HO2
         D.J. Giachardi, G.W. Harris and R.P. Wayne, J.Photochem. 5, 157 (1976).
  • 72. Diffusion coefficient measurement of O2 *(1 g) in ground state O2
         P.H. Vidaud, M. Yaron and R.P. Wayne, Chem. Phys. Letters, 38, 306 (1976).
  • 73. Relative rate constants for the reactions of O(1D) atoms with fluorocarbons and
         with N2O. R.G. Green and R.P. Wayne, J. Photochem., 6, 371 (1976).
  • 74. Vacuum ultraviolet absorption spectra of halogenated methanes and ethanes
         R.G. Green and R.P. Wayne, J. Photochem. 6, 375 (1976).
  • 75. Kinetics and photochemistry of gas reactions
         I.W.M.Smith and R.P. Wayne in COMESA final report, ed. R.J. Murgatroyd
         Department of Trade, 1976.
  • 76. Production of O2(b1 ) in the H + O 2 system
         J.R. Hislop and R.P. Wayne, J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans. II, 73, 506 (1977).
  • 77. Photodissociation of positive cluster ions by CW and pulsed laser radiation
         R.R. Burke and R.P. Wayne, Int. J. Mass Spectrometry and Ion Physics, 25, 199 (1977).
  • 78. Air Pollution
         R.P. Wayne, in Oxford Companion to Science, ed. W. Hackmann, OUP. (Publication date
         unknown/Never published?)
  • 79. Photochemical and kinetic data for atmospheric chemistry,
         R.P. Wayne. Proc. VI Intl. Codata Conf., 43 (1979).
  • 80. Kinetics and photochemistry of NO3. Part 1. Absolute absorption cross section.
         D.N. Mitchell, P.J. Allen, R.P.Harrison, R.J. Twin and R.P. Wayne,
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. II, 76, 785(1980).
  • 81. A photometer for measuring small changes in optical absorption
         D.N. Mitchell and R.P. Wayne, J. Phys. E.: Sci. Instr., 13, 494 (1980).
  • 82. A pressure gauge for highly reactive gases.
         R.P. Wayne. J. Phys. E.: Sci. Instr., 14, 306 (1981).
  • 83. Germanium detector for the near infrared
         I.A.McLaren and R.P. Wayne, J. Photochem., 16, 9 (1981).
  • 84. Is CO2 a good quencher of O 2(1 g)? A kinetic reappraisal
         I.A. McLaren, N.W. Morris and R.P. Wayne, J. Photochem., 16, 311 (1981).
  • 85. Ozone monitor using an LED source
         M. Fowles and R.P. Wayne, J. Phys.E.: Sci. Instr., 14, 1143 (1981).
  • 86. Mechanisms of photochemical air pollution, R.P. Wayne.
         in Photochemistry: light, chemical change, and life, ed. Roberts et al.
         Open University Press, 1981.
  • 87. Photochemistry of the ozone–halocarbon system
         D.G.Ralph and R.P. Wayne, J. Photochem., 17, 405 (1981).
  • 88. Kinetics and photochemistry of NO3. Part 2. Kinetics of the reaction NO2 + NO 3
         + M
         M. Fowles, D.N. Mitchell, J.W.L.Morgan and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 2, 78, 1239 (1982).
  • 89. Reactions of the chlorodifluoromethyl radical formed in the photolysis of
         halogenocarbon + ozone mixtures
         D.G. Ralph and R.P. Wayne, J.Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 2, 78, 1815 (1982).
  • 90. Kinetics of the gas-phase reactions of OH with NO 2 and with NO
         J.P. Burrows, T.J. Wallington and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 2, 79, 111 (1983).
  • 91. Reactions of singlet molecular oxygen in the gas phase
         R.P. Wayne, in Singlet molecular oxygen, ed. A.A. Frimer, CRC Press, 1985.
  • 92. Extraterrestrial atmospheric photochemistry
         R.P. Wayne. J. Photochem., 25, 49 (1984).
  • 93. Photochemistry : Past, Present and Future
         R.P. Wayne and J.D. Coyle, eds. Elsevier Sequoia, 1984.
  • 94. Kinetics of the reaction of OH with ClO
         J.P. Burrows, T.J. Wallington and R.P. Wayne.
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans 2, 80, 957 (1984).
  • 95. Singlet oxygen airglow
         R.P. Wayne. J. Photochem., 25, 345 (1984).
  • 96. Chemistry of atmospheres
         R.P. Wayne. Oxford University Press, 1985.
  • 97. Atom recombination as a source of airglow.
         R.P. Wayne.
         Proc. 12th Annual meeting on atmospheric studies by optical methods, p164, 1985.
  • 98. Some laboratory studies of the nitrate radical,
         R.P. Wayne, in Chemistry related to tropospheric ozone
         K.-H. Becker, ed. C.E.C., Brussels, p111, 1985.
  • 99. Kinetics of the reactions of the hydroxyl radical with molecular chlorine and
         bromine
         R.B. Boodaghians, I.W. Hall and R.P. Wayne,
         J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans. 2, 83, 529 (1987).
  • 100. Laboratory studies of the nitrate radical
         S.J. Smith, R.A. Cox, I.W. Hall and R.P. Wayne in Physico-chemical behaviour of atmospheric
         pollutants, G. Angeletti and G. Restelli, eds., D. Reidel, Dordrecht, p282, 1987.
  • 101. The photochemistry of ozone
         R.P. Wayne. Atmos. Environ., 21, 1683 (1987).
  • 102. Fourier transformed
         R.P. Wayne. Chem. in Brit., 23, 440 (1987).
  • 103. Absolute absorption cross-section measurements on NO 3. Evaluation of the
         titration of NO3 by NO in the determination of absolute concentrations.
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, M. Fowles, P.J. Houghton and R.P. Wayne,
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 2, 83, 1465 (1987).
  • 104. Kinetics and chemiluminescence in the reaction of N atoms with O2 and O3
         A.J. Barnett, G. Marston and R.P. Wayne,
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 2, 83, 1453 (1987).
  • 105. Absolute determinations of the kinetics and temperature dependences of the
         reactions of OH with a series of alkynes
         R.B. Boodaghians, I.W. Hall, F.S. Toby and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 2, 83, 2073 (1987).
  • 106. A low cost Fourier transform spectrometer for the visible and near infrared
         regions
         P. Biggs, F.J. Holdsworth and R.P. Wayne, J.Phys. E. : Sci. Instr., 20, 1005 (1987).
  • 107. Kinetics of the reactions of NO3 radicals with Cl and ClO
         R.A. Cox, M. Fowles, D. Moulton and R.P. Wayne, J. Phys. Chem., 91, 3361 (1987).
  • 108. Origin and evolution of the atmosphere
         R.P. Wayne. Chem. in Brit. 24, 226 (1988).
  • 109. Reactivity of the nitrate radical towards alkynes and some other molecules
         C. Canosa-Mas, S.J. Smith, S. Toby and R.P. Wayne,
         J. Chem.Soc. Faraday Trans. 2, 84, 247 (1988).
  • 110. Temperature dependences of the reactions of the nitrate radical with some
         alkynes and with ethylene
         C. Canosa-Mas, S.J.Smith, S. Toby and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 2, 84, 263 (1988).
  • 111. Some reactions of NO3 with atoms and radicals
         C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne in Tropospheric NOx chemistry – gas phase and multiphase
         aspects, O.J. Nielsen and R.A. Cox, eds., C.E.C., Brussels
         Air Pollution Research Report 9, EUR 11440, p84 (1988).
  • 112. New bands in the Ogawa system of NO(b4 - a4 )
         P. Biggs, G. Marston and R.P. Wayne, J. Mol. Spect., 129, 239 (1988).
  • 113. Kinetics of the reaction of NO3 with HO 2
         I.W. Hall, R.A. Cox, M.E. Jenkin, G.D. Hayman and R.P. Wayne
         J. Phys. Chem., 92, 5049 (1988).
  • 114. The reactions of NO3 with OH and H
         R.B. Boodaghians, C.E. Canosa-Mas, P.J. Carpenter and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 2, 84, 931 (1988).
  • 115. Formation of O2(1 g) and vibrationally excited OH in the reaction between O
         atoms and HOx species
         S.T. Lunt, G. Marston and R.P. Wayne,
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 2, 84, 899 (1988).
  • 116. Laser excitation of O2(b1 , v` = 0,1,2) – rates and channels of energy transfer and
         quenching
         J. Wildt, G. Bednarek, E.H. Fink and R.P. Wayne,
         Chem. Phys., 122, 463 (1988).
  • 117. Principles and applications of photochemistry,
         R.P. Wayne.
         Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1988.
  • 118. Stoicheiometries and absolute concentrations in radical experiments
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, S.J. Smith, S.J. Waygood and R.P. Wayne, in Mechanisms of gas phase and
         liquid phase chemical transformations in tropospheric chemistry, R.A. Cox, ed.,
         C.E.C., Brussels, Air Pollution Report 17, EUR 12035, p17, 1988.
  • 119. Laboratory spectroscopic studies of atmospherically important radicals using
         Fourier transform spectroscopy
         P.T.Wassell, J. Ballard, W.B. Johnston and R.P. Wayne, J. Atmos. Sci., 8, 63 (1989).
  • 120. The reaction of NO3 with atomic oxygen
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, P.J. Carpenter and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 2, 85, 697 (1989).
  • 121. Laboratory studies of the reactions of the nitrate radical with chloroform,
         methanol, hydrogen chloride and hydrogen bromide
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, S.J. Smith, S. Toby and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans. 2, 85, 709 (1989).
  • 122. Photochemistry of Ozone
         R.P. Wayne, in Handbook of environmental chemistry,
         Vol.2, ed. O. Hutzinger, Springer, Heidelberg, 1989.
  • 123. Halothane and the atmosphere
         A.C. Brown, C.E. Canosa-Mas, A.D. Parr, J.M.T. Pierce and R.P. Wayne
         The Lancet, II, 279 (1989).
  • 124. Temperature dependence of the rate of reaction between the OH radical and
         ketene
         A.C. Brown, C.E. Canosa-Mas, A.D.Parr and R.P. Wayne,
         Chem. Phys. Letters, 161, 491 (1989).
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  • 125. Tropospheric lifetimes of halogenated anaesthetics
         A.C. Brown, C.E. Canosa-Mas, A.D. Parr, J.M.T. Pierce and R.P. Wayne,
         Nature, 341, 635 (1989).
  • 126. A kinetic study of the reactions of OH with CH 3I and CF3I
         A.C. Brown, C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne,
         Atmospheric Environment, 24A, 361 (1990).
  • 127. The collision-induced radiation of O2 (a1 g)
         J.Wildt, E.H. Fink, P. Biggs and R.P. Wayne, Chem. Phys., 139, 401 (1989).
  • 128. Punching a hole in the stratosphere, R.P. Wayne. Proc. Roy. Inst., 61, 13
         (1990).
  • 129. The reactions of NO3 with atoms and radicals
         P. Biggs, A.C. Brown, C. Canosa-Mas, P. Carpenter, P. S. Monks and R.P. Wayne in
         Physico-chemical behaviour of atmospheric pollutants,
         G. Restelli and G. Angeletti, eds., Kluwer, Dordrecht, p204, 1990.
  • 130. Temperature dependence of reactions of the nitrate radical with alkanes
         J. A. Bagley, P. Biggs, C. Canosa-Mas, M.R. Little, A. D. Parr, S.J. Smith, S.J. Waygood and
         R.P. Wayne, in Physico-chemical behaviour of atmospheric pollutants, G. Restelli and G.
         Angeletti, eds., Kluwer, Dordrecht, p329, 1990.
  • 131. The self-reaction of the NO3 radical
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, M. Joseph, P.S. Monks and R.P. Wayne in Physico-chemical
         behaviour of atmospheric pollutants,
         G. Restelli and G. Angeletti, eds., Kluwer, Dordrecht, p408, 1990.
  • 132. Temperature dependence of reactions of the nitrate radical with alkanes
         J.A. Bagley, C.E. Canosa-Mas, M.R. Little, A.D.Parr, S.J. Smith, S.J. Waygood and R.P. Wayne,
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 2, 86, 2109 (1990).
  • 133. Determination of the absolute concentration of O atoms and OH radicals in
         laboratory studies
         C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne. Int. J.Chem. Kin., 22, 829 (1990).
  • 134. Laboratory studies of some halogenated ethanes and ethers: measurements of
         rates of reaction with OH and of infrared absorption cross-sections
         A.C. Brown, C.E. Canosa-Mas, A.D. Parr and R.P. Wayne.
         Atmos. Environ., 24A, 2499 (1990).
  • 135. Photochemistry: An Anniversary Review
         R.P. Wayne, J.D.Coyle, N.S. Allen and R.P. Steer, eds. Elsevier Sequoia, 1990.
  • 136. A stop-scan interferometer used for time-resolved FTIR emission spectroscopy
         P. Biggs, G. Hancock, D.E. Heard and R.P. Wayne.
         (a) Meas. Sci. Technol., 1, 630 (1990). (b) Engineering Optics, 3, 477 (1990).
  • 137. Reactions of hydrofluorocarbons and hydrochlorofluorocarbons with the hydroxyl
         radical
         A.C. Brown, C.E. Canosa-Mas, A.D. Parr and R.P. Wayne.
         Atmos. Environ., 24A, 2703 (1990).
  • 138. Molecular tides quicken recombination
         R.P. Wayne. Physics World, 3, 12 (1990).
  • 139. Tropospheric lifetimes of three compounds for possible replacement of CFC and
         halons
         A.C. Brown, C.E. Canosa-Mas, A.D.Parr, K. Rothwell and R.P. Wayne. Nature, 347, 541
         (1990).
  • 140. The pressure dependence of the reaction between ClO and OClO at 226K
         A.D. Parr, G.D. Hayman, M.E. Jenkin, R.A. Cox and R.P. Wayne.
         Geophys. Res. Letters, 17, 2357 (1990).

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  • 141. The nitrate radical: physics, chemistry and the atmosphere
         R.P. Wayne, I. Barnes, P. Biggs, J.P. Burrows, C.E. Canosa-Mas, J. Hjorth, G. Le Bras,
         G.K. Moortgat, D. Perner, G. Poulet, G. Restelli and H.Sidebottom.
         (a) Atmos. Environ. 25A, 1 (1991).
         (b) CEC, Brussels, Air Pollution Report 31, ISBN 2-87263-048-1, 1991.
  • 142. Chemistry of Atmospheres, second edition
         R.P. Wayne
         Oxford University Press, 1991.
  • 143. Atmospheric chemistry
         R.P. Wayne
         Science Progress, 74, 379 (1990).
  • 144. Photochemistry,
         R.P. Wayne
         Colliers Encyclopedia, p.731, Macmillan, New York, 1991.
  • 145. Studies of the kinetics and mechanisms of interactions of the nitrate radical of
         tropospheric interest
         P. Biggs, C.E.Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne Proc. Eurotrac Symp. '90, P. Borrell, ed., p.379, SPB
         Academic Publishing, The Hague, 1991.
  • 146. General trends in the reactivity of the NO3 radical in the gas phase
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, I. Barnes, H. Sidebottom and R.P. Wayne
         Air Pollution Research Report No.33, K.-H. Becker, ed., p.212, ISBN 2-87263-054-6, E. Guyot,
         Brussels, 1991.
  • 147. A discharge stopped-flow technique for time-resolved studies of slow radical
         reactions in the gas phase
         P. Biggs, A.A. Boyd, C.E. Canosa-Mas, D.M. Joseph and R.P. Wayne
         Meas. Sci. Technol., 2, 675 (1991).
  • 148. Recent studies of chlorine oxide radical reactions potentially important for polar
         ozone chemistry
         G.D. Hayman, M.E. Jenkin, R.A. Cox, A.D. Parr and R.P. Wayne
         Air Pollution Research Report No. 34,
         J.A. Pyle and N.R.P. Harris, eds., p.133, ISBN 2-87263-060-0, Brussels, 1991.
  • 149. The temperature dependence of the reaction between NO 3 and OClO
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, A.D. Parr and R.P. Wayne
         Air Pollution Research Report No. 34, J.A. Pyle and N.R.P. Harris, eds.,
         p.147, ISBN 2-87263-060-0, Brussels, 1991.
  • 150. Nitrate radical reactions: interactions with alkynes
         T. Benter, E. Becker, U. Wille, R.N. Schindler, C.E. Canosa-Mas, S.J. Smith, S.J. Waygood and
         R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 87, 2141 (1991).

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  • 151. Use of a stopped-flow technique to measure the rate constants at room
         temperature for reactions between the nitrate radical and various organic species
         A.A. Boyd, C.E. Canosa-Mas, A.D. King, M.R. Wilson and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 87, 2913 (1991).
  • 152. Rate constant and products of the reaction between NO 3 and ClO over the
         temperature range 353–210 K
         P. Biggs, M.H. Harwood, A.D. Parr and R.P. Wayne
         J. Phys. Chem., 95, 7746 (1991).
  • 153. Laser excitation of the A3 , A'3 and c1 states of molecular oxygen
         J. Wildt, G. Bednarek, E.H. Fink and R.P. Wayne Chem. Phys., 156, 497 (1991).
  • 154. Study of the temperature dependence of the reaction of the nitrate radical with
         propene
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, S.J. Smith, S.J. Waygood and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 87, 3473 (1991).
  • 155. The temperature dependence of the reaction of the nitrate radical with but-1-ene
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, P.S. Monks and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 88, 11 (1992).
  • 156. Collision-induced emission of O2(a1 g X3 ) in the gas phase
         J. Wildt, E.H. Fink, P. Biggs, A.F. Vilesov and R.P. Wayne, Chem. Phys., 159, 379 (1992).
  • 157. Atmospheric chemistry: the evolution of our atmosphere
         R.P. Wayne.
         J. Photochem. Photobiol., 62, 379 (1992).
  • 158. Kinetics of the reactions of the nitrate radical with a series of halogenobutenes
         R.W.S. Aird, C.E. Canosa-Mas, D.J. Cook, G. Marston, P.S.Monks and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 88, 1093 (1992).
  • 159. Inorganic gas-phase reactions of the nitrate radical: I2 + NO 3 and I + NO3
         R.M. Chambers, A.C. Heard and R.P. Wayne J. Phys. Chem., 96, 3321 (1992).
  • 160. On discrepancies between different laboratory measurements of kinetic
         parameters for the reaction of the hydroxyl radical with halocarbons
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, A.C. Heard, A.D. Parr and R.P. Wayne
         Atmos. Environ., 26A, 2371–2379 (1992).
  • 161. Change in the air
         R.P. Wayne. Educ. in Chem., 29, 128–130 (1992).
  • 162. Differential oscillator strengths produced by electron impact energy-loss
         spectroscopy of ozone
         W.M. Johnstone, N.J. Mason, W.R. Newell, P. Biggs, G. Marston and R.P. Wayne
         J. Phys. B., 25, 3873–3883 (1992).
  • 163. Reactivity of the NO3 radical towards halogenated species
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne
         Air Pollution Research Report No. 42, R.A. Cox, ed.,
         pp.83–87, ISBN 2-87263-083-X, E. Guyot SA, Brussels, 1992.
  • 164. Laboratory studies of the photochemistry of ozone
         R.P. Wayne.
         Current Science, 63, 711–722 (1992).
  • 165. Nitrogen and nitrogen compounds in the atmosphere, R.P. Wayne.
         in Nitrate: processes, patterns and management,
         T.P. Burt, A.L. Heathwaite and S.T. Trudgill, eds.,
         pp. 23–38, John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, 1993.
  • 166. A study of the kinetics and mechanisms of some reactions of organic compounds
         and radicals with NO3
         G. Bednarek, P. Biggs, B. Caba¤as, C.E. Canosa-Mas, G. Marston and
         R.P. Wayne
         in Photooxidants: Products and precursors,
         P.M. Borrell, P. Borrell, T. Cvitas and W. Seiler, eds.,
         pp. 411–415, SPB Academic Publishing bv, Den Haag, 1993.
  • 167. Recent laboratory studies on the excitation of molecular oxygen emissions
         Proceedings of the 19th annual European meeting on atmospheric studies by optical methods,
         Kiruna, Sweden, August 10–14, 1992
         R.P. Wayne.
         IRF Scientific Report 209, ISSN 0284-1703
         pp.56–66, Institutet f”r Rymdfysik, Kiruna, 1993.
  • 168. Reactions of methyl, methoxy and methylperoxy radicals
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, J.-M. Fracheboud, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
         in Chemical mechanisms describing tropospheric processes,
         Air Pollution Research Report No. 45, J. Peeters, ed.,
         pp.131–135, ISBN 2-87263-088-0, E. Guyot SA, Brussels, 1993.
  • 169. Photodissociation dynamics and atmospheric chemistry
         R.P. Wayne
         J. Geophys. Res.(Planets), 98, 13119–13136 (1993).
  • 170. The kinetics of the nitrate radical self-reaction
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, P.S. Monks, R.P. Wayne,
         Th. Benter and R.N. Schindler
         Int. J. Chem. Kinetics, 25, 805–817 (1993).
  • 171. Correlations between rate parameters and calculated molecular properties in the
         reactions of the nitrate radical with alkenes
         G. Marston, P.S. Monks, C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 89, 3899–3905 (1993).

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  • 172. Investigation into the pressure dependence between 1 and 10 Torr of the reactions
         of NO2 with CH 3 and CH3O
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, J.-M. Fracheboud, A.D. Parr, D.E. Shallcross, R.P. Wayne and F.
         Caralp, J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 89, 4163–4169 (1993).
  • 173. Vibrational excitation of ozone by electron impact
         J.A. Davies, W.M. Johnstone, N.J. Mason, P. Biggs and R.P. Wayne
         J. Phys. B., 26, L767–771 (1993).
  • 174. Laboratory studies of some halogenated hydrocarbons: measurements of rates
         of reaction with OH and comments on interferences in OH kinetics
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, R.K. Connell, D.J. Kinnison, C.J. Percival and R.P. Wayne
         in Kinetics and mechanisms for the reactions of halogenated organic compounds in the
         troposphere, H.W. Sidebottom, ed., pp. 12–18, UC Dublin, 1993
  • 175. The possible atmospheric importance of the reaction of CF 3O radicals with ozone
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, D.E. Shallcross, R.P. Wayne, C. Kelly and H.W. Sidebottom
         in Kinetics and mechanisms for the reactions of halogenated organic compounds in the
         troposphere, H.W. Sidebottom, ed., pp. 177–181, UC Dublin, 1993
  • 176. CF3 chemistry: potential implications for stratospheric ozone
         M.K.W. Ko, N.-D. Sze, J.M. Rodr¡guez, D.K. Weistenstein, C.W. Heisey,
         R.P. Wayne, P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, H.W. Sidebottom and J. Treacy
         Geophys. Res. Letters, 21, 101–104 (1994).
  • 177. Singlet oxygen in the environmental sciences
         R.P. Wayne
         Res. Chem. Intermed., 20, 395–422 (1994).
  • 178. Investigation into the kinetics and mechanism of the reaction of NO3 with CH3
         and CH3O at 298 K between 0.6 and 8.5 Torr.
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, J.-M. Fracheboud, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 90, 1197–1204 (1994).
  • 179. Investigation into the kinetics and mechanism of the reaction of NO3 with CH3O 2
         at 298 K and 2.5 Torr: a potential source of OH in the night-time troposphere.
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, J.-M. Fracheboud, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 90, 1205–1210 (1994).
  • 180. Kinetic data for the reaction of hydroxyl radicals with 1,1,1-trichloroacetaldehyde
         at 298 ñ 2 K
         J. Barry, D.J. Scollard, J.J. Treacy, H.W. Sidebottom, G Le Bras, G. Poulet, S. T‚ton, A.
         Chichinin, C.E. Canosa-Mas, R.P. Wayne, D.J. Kinnison and O.J. Nielsen
         Chem. Phys. Letters, 221, 353–358 (1994).
  • 181. An investigation of the kinetics of the reaction between CH 3O2, CH3O and CH 3
         and NO3
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, J.-M. Fracheboud, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
         in Physico-chemical behaviour of atmospheric pollutants, G. Angeletti and G. Restelli, eds., Air
         Pollution Research Report No. 50 (EUR 15609 EN: ISBN 92-826-4120-1), pp. 77–83,
         Commission of the European Communities, Luxembourg, 1994.
  • 182. Kinetics and mechanisms for the oxidation of bromomethyl radicals
         G.P. Locke, J.J. Treacy, H.W. Sidebottom, C.J. Percival and R.P. Wayne
         in Physico-chemical behaviour of atmospheric pollutants, G. Angeletti and G. Restelli, eds., Air
         Pollution Research Report No. 50 (EUR 15609 EN: ISBN 92-826-4120-1), pp. 405–410,
         Commission of the European Communities, Luxembourg, 1994.
  • 183. The yield of O2(b1 , v = 0) produced by quenching of O2(A3 , v = 8) by O 2
         G. Bednarek, R.P. Wayne, J. Wildt and E.H. Fink
         Chemical Physics, 185, 251–261 (1994).
  • 184. Fourier-transform detection of singlet oxygen and fluorescence from cell
         membrane bound porphyrins
         F. B”hm, G. Marston, T.G. Truscott and R.P Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 90, 2453–2454 (1994).
  • 185. Chemical Instrumentation,
         R.P. Wayne
         pp. 1–92 + iv, Oxford University Press, 1994.
         (ISBN 0 19 8557973 Hbk; 0 19 8557965 Pbk)
  • 186. Atmospheric chemistry: introduction
         R.P. Wayne
         in Low-temperature chemistry of the atmosphere, G.K. Moortgat, A.J. Barnes, G. Le Bras and
         J.R. Sodeau, eds., NATO ASI Series, Series I, Vol. 21,
         (ISBN 3-540-58111-1), pp. 1–20, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1994.
  • 187. The elements of stratospheric and tropospheric chemistry
         R.P. Wayne
         in Low-temperature chemistry of the atmosphere, G.K. Moortgat, A.J. Barnes, G. Le Bras and
         J.R. Sodeau, eds., NATO ASI Series, Series I, Vol. 21,
         (ISBN 3-540-58111-1), pp. 21–48, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1994.
  • 188. Kinetics and mechanisms for the reaction of hydroxyl radicals with trifluoroacetic
         acid under atmospheric conditions
         S. Carr, J.J. Treacy, H.W. Sidebottom, R.K. Connell, C.E. Canosa-Mas, R.P. Wayne and
         J. Franklin
         Chem. Phys. Letts., 227, 39–44 (1994).
  • 189. The thermal decomposition of peroxyacetylnitrate in the presence of NO3
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, K.J. Hansen, P.S. Owen and R.P. Wayne
         in Transport and transformation of pollutants in the atmosphere, P.M. Borrell, P. Borrell,
         T. Cvitas and W. Seiler, eds., (ISBN 90-5103-095-9), pp. 139–143,
         SPB Academic Publishing bv, The Hague, 1994.
  • 190. The reactions of alkyl, alkoxy and alkyperoxy radicals with NO 3
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, J.-M. Fracheboud, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
         in Transport and transformation of pollutants in the atmosphere, P.M. Borrell, P. Borrell,
         T. Cvitas and W. Seiler, eds., (ISBN 90-5103-095-9), pp. 144–148,
         SPB Academic Publishing bv, The Hague, 1994.
  • 191. Correlation between rate parameters and calculated molecular properties in the
         reactions of the hydroxyl radical with hydrofluorocarbons
         C.J. Percival, G. Marston and R.P. Wayne
         Atmos. Environ., 29, 305–311 (1995).
  • 192. Rate constants for the reactions of C2H5, C2H5O and C2H5O 2 radicals with NO3
         at 298K and 2.2 Torr
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, J.-M. Fracheboud, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 91, 817–825 (1995).
  • 193. Arrhenius parameters for the reaction of the nitrate radical with
         1,1-dichloroethene and (E)-1,2-dichloroethene
         B. Caba¤as-Galan, G. Marston and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 91, 1185–1189 (1995).
  • 194. The interaction of NO3 with organic peroxy radicals: a non-photolytic source of
         OH radicals
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne
         in Tropospheric Oxidation Mechanisms, K.-H. Becker, ed. Air Pollution Report No. 54 (EUR
         16171 EN: ISBN 92-827-0080-1), pp.77–84, ECSC Luxembourg, 1995.
  • 195. Efficiency of formation of CH3O in the reaction of CH3O2 with ClO
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, J.-M. Fracheboud, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
         Geophys. Res. Letters, 22, 1221–1224 (1995).
  • 196. Kinetics and mechanism of the reaction of CH 3 and CH3O with ClO and OClO
         at 298K
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, J.-M. Fracheboud, G. Marston, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 91, 3045–3053 (1995).
  • 197. Halogen oxides: radicals, sources and reservoirs in the laboratory and in the
         atmosphere.
         R.P. Wayne, G. Poulet, P. Biggs, J.P. Burrows, R.A. Cox, P.J. Crutzen, G.D. Hayman,
         M.E. Jenkin, G. Le Bras, G.K. Moortgat, U. Platt and R.N. Schindler
         Guest Editor: R.P. Wayne
         (a) Atmos. Environ., 29, 2675–2881 (1995).
         (b) European Commission, Luxembourg, ISBN 92-827-4642-9, 1995.
  • 198. Differential oscillator strengths for chlorine dioxide, OClO, produced by electron
         impact energy-loss spectroscopy
         J.A. Davies, N.J. Mason, G. Marston and R.P. Wayne
         J. Phys. B., 28, 4179–4187 (1995)
  • 199. Phosphorescence of -carotene
         G. Marston, T.G. Truscott and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 91, 4059–4061 (1995).
  • 200. Photo-oxidants, acidification and tools: policy applications of EUROTRAC
         results
         P. Borrell, P. Builtjes, P. Grennfelt, Ø. Høv, R. van Aalst, D. Fowler, G. M&eacutegie, N.
         Moussiopoulos, P. Warneck, A. Volz-Thomas and R.P. Wayne
         in Air Pollution: Theory and Simulation, H. Power, N. Moussiopoulos and C.A. Brebbia, eds.,
         (ISBN 1 85312 441 9), pp. 19–26, Computational Mechanics Publications,
         Southampton, 1995.
  • 201. Kinetic studies of the reaction between NO3 and OClO at T = 300 K and
         P = 2 8 Torr
         A.A. Boyd, G. Marston and R.P. Wayne
         J. Phys. Chem., 100, 130–137 (1996).
  • 202. Temperature dependence of the reactions of the nitrate radical with
         dichloroalkenes followed by LIF detection
         E. Martinez, B. Caba&ntildeas, A. Aranda and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 92, 53–58 (1996).
  • 203. Photochemistry
         C.E. Wayne and R.P. Wayne
         pp. 1–92 + iv, Oxford University Press, 1996.
         (ISBN 0 19 855886 4)
  • 204. Low-temperature discharge-flow studies of the interaction between ClO and
         OClO
         T.J. Green, M. Islam, J.M. Windsor, C.E. Canosa-Mas, P. Biggs and R.P. Wayne
         in Polar stratospheric ozone, J.A. Pyle, N.R.P. Harris and G.T. Amanatidis, eds.,
         Air pollution research report 56 (ISBN 92 827 5722 6), pp.670–673, European Commission,
         Luxembourg, 1996.
  • 205. The decomposition of PAN in the presence of NO 3 and NO: reaction of
         CH3COO2 radicals with NO3
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, M.D. King, R. Lopez, C.J. Percival, R.P. Wayne, V. Daële, J. Pyle and
         D.E. Shallcross
         in Homogeneous and heterogeneous chemical processes in the troposphere, Ph. Mirabel, ed.,
         Air pollution research report 57 (ISBN 92 827 6147 9), pp. 375–380, European Commission,
         Luxembourg, 1996.
  • 206. Is the reaction between CH3C(O)O 2 and NO3 important in the night-time
         troposphere?
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, M.D. King, R. Lopez, C.J. Percival, R.P. Wayne, J.A. Pyle, D.E. Shallcross
         and V. Daële
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 92, 2211–2222 (1996).
  • 207. Kinetic study of the reactions of NO3 with 3-chloropropene, 3-bromopropene and
         3-iodopropene using LIF detection
         E. Martinez, B. Cabañas, A. Aranda, P. Martin and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 92, 4385–4389 (1996).
  • 208. Laboratory studies of chemistry related to tropospheric ozone: scientific results
         G. Le Bras, K.-H. Becker, R.A. Cox, G.K. Moortgat, H.W. Sidebottom, R. Zellner, R.P. Wayne
         and I. Barnes)
         Chapter 2 in Chemical processes in atmospheric oxidation, G. Le Bras, ed., pp. 13–72,
         Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1997.
         (ISBN 3-540-60998-9)
  • 209. Studies of the kinetics and mechanisms of interactions of nitrate and peroxy
         radicals of tropospheric interest
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne
         in Chemical processes in atmospheric oxidation, G. Le Bras, ed., pp. 232–240, Springer-Verlag,
         Berlin, 1997.
         (ISBN 3-540-60998-9)
  • 210. Photo-oxidants, acidification and tools: policy applications of EUROTRAC
         results
         R. van Aalst, P. Borrell, P. Builtjes, D. Fowler, P. Grennfelt, O. Høv, G. Mégie,
         N. Moussiopolos, P. Warneck, A. Volz-Thomas and R.P. Wayne
         P. Borrell, P. Builtjes, P. Grennfelt and O. Høv, eds., pp. 1–216, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1997.
         (ISBN 3-540-61783-3)
  • 211. Kinetics of the self reaction of CF3O 2 radicals and their reaction with O3
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, J.-M. Fracheboud, C.J Percival, R.P. Wayne and D.E. Shallcross
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 93, 379–385 (1997).
  • 212. The reaction of methacrolein and methyl vinyl ketone with the NO3 radical
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, S. Carr, M. King, K. Thompson and R.P. Wayne
         in Transport and transformation of pollutants in the troposphere, Volume 2, P.M. Borrell,
         P. Borrell, K. Kelly, T. Cvitas and W. Seiler, eds., pp. 515–519, Computational Mechanics
         Publications, Southampton, 1997
         (ISBN 1 85312 498 2)
  • 213. Absolute rate coefficients for the reaction of NO 3 with pent-1-ene and hex-1-ene
         at T = 298 to 433 K determined using LIF detection
         E. Martinez, B. Caba&ntildeas, A. Aranda, J. Albaladejo and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 93, 2043–2047 (1997).
  • 214. Photo-oxidants, acidification and tools; policy applications of EUROTRAC
         results: executive summary
         R. van Aalst, P. Borrell, P. Builtjes, D. Fowler, P. Grennfelt, O. H&oslashv, G. M&eacutegie,
         N. Moussiopolos, P. Warneck, A. Volz-Thomas and R.P. Wayne
         EUROTRAC Newsletter 16, 16–21 (1995)
  • 215. Kinetics of the reaction of CF3O 2 radicals with O(3P) atoms
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, D.E. Shallcross, A. Vipond and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 93, 2477–2480 (1997).
  • 216. Kinetics of the reaction of F atoms with CH3 ONO and CH3O, and the reaction
         of CH3O with a number of hydrocarbons
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, J.-M. Fracheboud, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 93, 2481–2486 (1997).
  • 217. EUROTRAC: application to photo-oxidants, and the future project, atmospheric
         ozone dynamics; observations in the Mediterranean region
         R. van Aalst, P. Borrell, P. Builtjes, D. Fowler, P. Grennfelt, O. H&oslashv, G. M&eacutegie,
         N. Moussiopolos, P. Warneck, A. Volz-Thomas and R.P. Wayne
         C. Varatsos, ed., pp. 1–9, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1997.
  • 218. Kinetics of the reactions of CF3O 2 with OH, HO2 and H
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, D.E. Shallcross, A. Vipond and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 93, 2701–2705 (1997).
  • 219. Rate constants for the reaction between OH and CH 3ONO2 and C2H5ONO2 over
         a range of temperature and pressure
         D.E. Shallcross, P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, K.C. Clemitshaw, M.G. Harrison,
         M. Reyes Lopez-Ala&ntildeon, J.A. Pyle, A. Vipond and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans., 93, 2807–2811 (1997).
  • 220. Ozone in the atmosphere the underlying science
         G. M&eacutegie, R.A. Cox and R.P. Wayne
         in European research in the stratosphere, G.T. Amanatidis, ed., pp. 23–37, EUR 16986,
         European Commission, Luxembourg , 1997.
         (ISBN 92-827-9719-8)
  • 221. An overview of NO3 reactions with alkenes and haloalkenes: temperature
         dependences and reactivity trends
         E. Martinez, B. Caba¤as, A. Aranda and R.P. Wayne
         Recent Res. Devel. in Photochem. Photobiol., 1, 63–75 (1997)
  • 222. Experimental study of the nitrate radical
         R.P. Wayne
         in N-centered radicals, Z.B. Alfassi, ed., pp 207–258, John Wiley, Chichester, 1998
         (ISBN 0 471 96186 8)
  • 223. The photolysis of CF3COCl in the presence of O2 and CO: catalytic oxidation of
         CO to CO2 and the formation of polyoxygenated intermediates
         F.E. Malanca, G.A. Argüello, E.H. Staricco and R.P. Wayne
         J. Photochem. Photobiol., A117, 163–169 (1998)
  • 224. Kinetics of the reactions of CF3O 2 radicals with Cl and I atoms
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, A. Vipond and R.P. Wayne
         Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 1, 761–766 (1999)
  • 225. Correlations between rate parameters and molecular properties
         G. Marston, P.S. Monks and R.P. Wayne
         in General aspects of the chemistry of radicals, Z.B. Alfassi, ed., pp 429–471, John Wiley,
         Chichester, 1999 (ISBN 0 471 98760 3)
  • 226. Frontier molecular orbital correlations for predicting rate constants between
         alkenes and the tropospheric oxidants NO 3, OH and O3.
         M.D. King, C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne
         Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 1, 2231–2238 (1999).
  • 227. A structure activity relationship (SAR) for predicting rate constants for the
         reaction of NO3, OH and O 3 with monoalkenes and conjugated dienes.
         M.D. King, C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne
         Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 1, 2239–2246 (1999).
  • 228. Kinetic investigation of the reaction between the NO 3 radical and
         peroxymethacrylic nitric anhydride (MPAN)
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, M.D. King, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
         Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 1, 2411–2414 (1999).
  • 229. An experimental study of the gas-phase reactions of the NO 3 radical with
         pent-1- ene, hex-1-ene and hept-1-ene
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, M.D. King, L. McDonnell and R.P. Wayne
         Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 1, 2681–2685 (1999).
  • 230. An experimental study of the gas-phase reactions of the NO 3 radical with
         three sesquiterpenes: isolongifolene, alloisolongifolene, and -neoclovine.
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, M.D. King, P.J. Scarr, K.C. Thompson and R.P. Wayne
         Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 1, 2929–2933 (1999).
  • 231. The study of the self-reaction of CH2 ClO2 and CHCl2O 2 radicals
         at 298 K.
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, C.J. Percival, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
         Int J. Chem. Kinet. 31, 433–444 (1999).
  • 232. Reactions between NO3 and monoalkenes: experiments and correlations.
         P. Biggs, C.E. Canosa-Mas, M.D. King, P. Scarr, K. Thompson and R.P. Wayne
         in Transport and transformation of pollutants in the troposphere, Volume 1, P.M. Borrell
         and P. Borrell, eds., pp. 93–97, WIT Press, Southampton, 1999 (ISBN 1 85312 678 0).
  • 233. Kinetics of the reactions of IO with HO2 and O(3P).
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, M.L. Flugge, D. Shah, A. Vipond and R.P. Wayne
         J. Atmos. Chem. 34, 153–162 (1999).
  • 234. Laboratory studies of the reactions of Cl atoms with species of biogenic
         origin: 3-carene, isoprene, methacrolein and methyl vinyl ketone.
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, H.R. Hutton-Squire, M.D. King, D.J. Stewart, K.C. Thompson
         and R.P. Wayne
         J. Atmos. Chem. 34, 163–170 (1999).
  • 235. Laboratory studies of the reactions of Cl atoms with species of biogenic origin.
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, E.S. Cotter, H.R. Hutton-Squire, M.D. King, D.J. Stewart,
         K.C. Thompson and R.P. Wayne
         in Chemical mechanisms of atmospheric processes, K.-H. Becker and G. Angeletti, eds.,
         pp. 311–316, EUR 18765 European Communities, 1999 (ISBN 92-828-5774-3).

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  • 236. A kinetic study of the reactions of NO3 with methyl vinyl ketone, methacrolein,
         methyl acrylate and methyl methacrylate
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, S. Carr, M.D. King, D.E. Shallcross,
         K.C. Thompson and R.P. Wayne
         Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 1, 4195–4202 (1999).

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  • 237. Chemistry of atmospheres, Third edition.
         R.P. Wayne
         Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2000
         ISBN 0 19 850375X
  • 238. Policy applications of the EUROTRAC results: the application project
         P. Borrell, P. Builtjes, P. Grennfelt, O. H›v, R. van Aalst, D. Fowler, G. M‚gie,
         N. Moussiopolos, P. Warneck, A. Volz-Thomas and R.P. Wayne
         Chapter 7 in Transport and chemical transformation of pollutants in the troposphere
         P. Borrell, and P.M. Borrell, eds., pp. 145–156, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2000.
        (ISBN 3-540-66775-X).
  • 239. A classroom demonstration of the formation of aerosols from biogenic hydrocarbons
         J.M. Andino, T.J. Wallington, M.D. Hurley and R.P. Wayne
         J. Chem. Ed. 77, 1584–1586 (2000)
  • 240. Reactions of Cl atoms with CH3I, C2H5I, 1-C3H7I, 2-C3H7I and CF3I:
         kinetics and atmospheric relevance
         E.S.N. Cotter, N.J. Booth, C.E. Canosa-Mas, D.J. Gray, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
         Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 3, 402–408 (2001).
  • 241. A study of the OH-initiated oxidation of chlorinated ethenes in the gas phase.
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, T.J Dillon, H. Sidebottom, K.C. Thompson and R.P. Wayne.
         Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 3, 542–550 (2001).
  • 242. Gas-phase reactions between RO2 and NO, HO2 or CH3O 2: correlations between
         rate constants and the SOMO energy of the peroxy (RO2) radical.
         M.D. King, C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne.
         Atmos. Environ. 35, 2081–2088 (2001).
  • 243. Release of iodine in the atmospheric oxidation of alkyl iodides and
         the fates of iodinated alkoxy radicals.
         E.S.N Cotter, N.J. Booth, C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne.
         Atmos. Environ. 35, 2169–2178 (2001).
  • 244. The reactions of atomic chlorine with acrolein, methacrolein and methyl vinyl ketone.
         C.E. Canosa-Mas, E.S.N. Cotter, J. Duffy, K.C. Thompson and R.P. Wayne
         Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 3, 3075–3084 (2001).
  • 245. Discharge-flow studies of the kinetics of the reactions of CH 3O with Cl, Br, I,
         ClO, BrO and IO using laser-induced fluorescence and resonance-fluorescence detection.
         D. Shah, C. E. Canosa-Mas, N. J. Hendy, M. J. Scott, A. Vipond and R. P. Wayne
         Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 3, 4932–4938 (2001).
  • 246. A structure–activity relationship (SAR) for predicting rate constants
         for the reaction of nitrogen dioxide (NO 2) with alkenes
         M.D. King, C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne
         Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 4, 295–303 (2002).
  • 247. The atmospheric chemistry of methyl salicylate–
         reactions with atomic chlorine and with ozone
         C. E. Canosa-Mas, J. M. Duffy, M. D. King, K. C. Thompson and R. P. Wayne
         Atmos. Environ. 36, 2201–2205 (2002).
  • 248. Chemistry of the atmospheres of other planets and their satellites
         R.P. Wayne, K. Wagner, E. Uherek and J.P. Sprengers
         Chapter 32 in Chemical, physical and biogenic processes in the atmosphere
         G.K. Moortgat, ed., pp. 340–349, MPI, Mainz, 2002.
  • 249. A discharge-flow study of the self-reaction of IO
        A. Vipond, C.E. Canosa-Mas, M.L. Flugge,
        D.J. Gray, D.E. Shallcross, D. Shah and R.P. Wayne
        Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 4, 3648–3658 (2002).
  • 250. Kinetics and mechanism of the reaction between atomic chlorine and dimethyl selenide;
        comparison with the reaction between atomic chlorine and dimethyl sulphide
        K.C. Thompson, C.E. Canosa-Mas and R.P. Wayne
        Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 4, 4133–4139 (2002).
  • 251. An experimental study of the gas-phase reaction of the NO 3 radical with
        1,4-pentadiene, Z-1,3-pentadiene and E-1,3-pentadiene
        C.S.E. Bale, C.E. Canosa-Mas, M.L. Flugge and R.P. Wayne
        Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 4, 5821–5826 (2002).
  • 252. Off-axis continuous-wave cavity-enhanced absorption spectroscopy of
        narrow-band and broadband absorbers using red diode lasers
        V.L. Kasyutich, C.E. Canosa-Mas, C. Pfrang, S. Vaughan and R.P. Wayne
        Appl. Phys. B 75, 755–761 (2002).
  • 253. Chemical kinetics
        R.P. Wayne
        in Encyclopedia of atmospheric sciences ,
        J.R. Bolton, J. A Pyle, J.A. Curry, eds.,
        pp. 343–352, ISBN 0-12-227090-8, Academic Press, New York, 2002.
  • 254. Principles of chemical change
        R.P. Wayne
        in Encyclopedia of atmospheric sciences ,
        J.R. Bolton, J. A Pyle, J.A. Curry, eds.,
        pp. 384–393, ISBN 0-12-227090-8, Academic Press, New York, 2002.
  • 255. Kinetic study of the reactions of OH with the simple
        alkyl iodides: CH3I, C 2H5I, 1-C3H 7I and 2-C3H7I
        E.S. Cotter, C.E. Canosa-Mas, C.R. Manners, R.P. Wayne and D.E. Shallcross
        Atmos. Environ. 37, 1125–1133 (2003).
  • 256. Chemical Mechanism Development
        U. Schurath, J. Peeters, R.P. Wayne, G.K. Moortgat,
         I. Grgismall c, acute
accent , C. George, H. Herrmann and D. Poppe
         Chapter 5 in Towards cleaner air for Europe
        – science, tools and applications; Part 2
         P.M. Midgley and M. Reuther, eds.,
         pp. 73–98, ISBN 3-8236-1391-X, Margraf, Weikersheim, 2003.
  • 257. Cavity enhanced absorption:
        detection of nitrogen dioxide and iodine monoxide using a violet laser diode.
        V.L. Kasyutich, C.S.E Bale,
        C.E. Canosa-Mas, C. Pfrang, S. Vaughan and R.P. Wayne
        Appl. Phys. B 76, 691–697 (2003).
  • 258. Chemical evolution of the atmosphere
        R.P. Wayne
        in Handbook of atmospheric science,
        C.N. Hewitt and A.V. Jackson, eds.,
        pp. 3–34, ISBN 0-632-05286-4, Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, 2003.
  • 259. A kinetic and mechanistic study of the gas-phase reactions of OH radicals
        and Cl atoms with some halogenated acetones and their atmospheric implications
        S. Carr, D.E. Shallcross, C.E. Canosa-Mas,
        J.C. Wenger, H.W. Sidebottom, J.J. Treacy and R.P. Wayne
        Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 5, 3874–3883 (2003).
  • 260. A discharge flow study of Cl2O 3.
        T.J. Green, M. Islam, P.Guest, K. Hickson, C.E. Canosa- Mas and R.P. Wayne
        Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 5, 5409–5418 (2003).
  • 261. Higher oxides of chlorine: absorption cross-sections of Cl 2O6 and Cl2O 4,
        the decomposition of Cl2 O 6, and the reactions of OClO with O and O 3
        T. J. Green, M. Islam, C.E. Canosa-Mas, G. Marston and R.P. Wayne
        J. Photochem. A162, 353–370 (2004).
  • 262.    An experimental study of the gas-phase reaction of the NO3 radical with
        α,β-unsaturated carbonyl compounds
        C.E. Canosa-Mas, M.L. Flugge, M.D. King and R.P. Wayne
        Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 7, 643–650 (2005).
  • 263.    A discharge–flow study of the kinetics of the reactions of
        IO with CH3O2 and CF3O2
        C.S.E. Bale, C.E. Canosa-Mas, D.E. Shallcross and R.P. Wayne
        Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 7, 2164–2172 (2005).
  • 264.Gas-phase rate coefficients for the reactions of nitrate radicals with
       (Z)-pent-2-ene, (E)-pent-2-ene, (Z)-hex-2-ene, (E)-hex-2-ene, (Z)-hex-3-ene,
       (E)-hex-3-ene and (E)-3-methylpent-2-ene at room temperature
        C. Pfrang, R. S. Martin, A. Nalty, R. Waring, C. E. Canosa-Mas and R. P. Wayne
        Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 7, 2506–2512 (2005).
  • 265. Basic concepts of photochemical transformations
        in Environmental photochemistry, Part II
        (The handbook of environmental chemistry, Vol2, Part M)
        P. Boule, D.W. Bahnemann, P.K.J. Robertson, eds.,
        pp1–47, Springer, Heidelberg, 2005 (ISBN 10 3 540 00269 3).
  • 266. Reactions of NO3 with the man-made emissions 2-methylpent-2-ene,
        (Z)-3-methylpent-2-ene, ethyl vinyl ether, and the stress-induced plant
        emission ethyl vinyl ketone
        C. Pfrang, C. Tooze, A. Nalty, C. E. Canosa-Mas and R. P. Wayne.
        Atmos. Environ. 40, 786–792 (2006).
  • 267. Correlations for gas-phase reactions of NO3, OH and O3 with alkenes:
        An update
        C. Pfrang, M. D. King, C. E. Canosa-Mas and R. P. Wayne
        Atmos. Environ. 40, 1170–1179 (2006).
  • 268. Structure–activity relations (SARs) for gas-phase reactions of NO3,
        OH and O3 with alkenes: An update
        C. Pfrang, M. D. King, C. E. Canosa-Mas and R. P. Wayne
        Atmos. Environ. 40, 1180–1186 (2006).
  • 269. Gas-phase reactions of NO3 and N2O5 with (Z)-hex-4-en-1-ol,3,
       (Z)-hex-3-en-1-ol (‘leaf alcohol’), (E)-hex-3-en-1-ol,
        (Z)-hex-2-en-1-ol and (E)-hex-2-en-1-ol
        C. Pfrang, R. S. Martin, C. E. Canosa-Mas and R. P. Wayne
        Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 8, 354–363 (2006).

  • 270. Gas-Phase Rate Coefficients for the Reactions of 3,
       O(3P), S(3P), Se(3P), and Te(3P) with Alkenes:
        Application of Perturbation Frontier Molecular3,
       Orbital Theory, Correlations, and Structure–Activity Relations (SARs)
        C. Pfrang, M. D. King, C. E. Canosa-Mas and R. P. Wayne Int. J Chem. Kin. 38, 315–356 (2006)

  • 271. Kinetic studies of reactions of the nitrate radical (NO3) with peroxy radicals (RO2):
       an indirect source of OH at night?
       S. Vaughan, C. E. Canosa-Mas, C. Pfrang, D. E. Shallcross, L. Watson and R.P. Wayne
       Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 8, 3749–3760 (2006).

  • 272. Kinetics of the reaction between OH radicals
       and monochlorodimethylsulphide (CH3SCH2Cl)
        D. E. Shallcross, S. Vaughan, D. R. Trease, C. E. Canosa-Mas, M. V. Ghosh, J. M. Dyke and R. P. Wayne
        Atmos. Environ. 40, 6899–6904 (2006).

  • 273 Gas-phase rate coefficients for the reactions of NO3, OH and O3
       with α,β-unsaturated esters and ketones:
       Structure-activity relations (SARs)
       C. Pfrang, M. D. King, C. E. Canosa-Mas, M. Flugge and R. P. Wayne
       Atmos. Environ. 41, 1792–1802 (2007).

  • 274 Night-time tropospheric chemistry of the unsaturated alcohols (Z)-pent-2-en-1-ol and pent-1-en-3-ol:
       Kinetic studies of reactions of NO3 and N2O5 with stress-induced plant emissions
       C. Pfrang, M. T. Baeza Romero, B. Cabanas, C. E. Canosa-Mas, F. Villanueva and R. P. Wayne
       Atmos. Environ. 41, 1652–1662 (2007).

  • 275 Gas-phase rate coefficients for reactions of NO3, OH, O3 and O(3P) with
        unsaturated alcohols and ethers:
       Correlations and structure–activity relations (SARs)
       C. Pfrang, M. D. King, M. Braekevelt, C. E. Canosa-Mas and R. P. Wayne
       Atmos. Environ. 42, 3018–3034 (2008).

  • 276. Night-time NO3 and OH radical concentrations in the United Kingdom
       inferred from hydrocarbon measurements
       M. A. H. Khan, M. J. Ashfold, G. Nickless,
       D. Martin, L. A. Watson, P. D. Hamer, R. P. Wayne, C. E. Canosa-Mas and D. E. Shallcross
       Atmospheric Science Letters 9, 140–146 (2008).

  • 277. Chemical evolution of the atmosphere
       R.P. Wayne,
       Chapter 2 in
       Atmospheric science for environmental scientists,
       C.N. Hewitt and A.V. Jackson, eds., pp 26–53,
       ISBN 978–1–4051–8542–4, Wiley–Blackwell, Oxford, 2009.

  • 278. Atmospheric Chemistry
       A.M. Holloway and R.P. Wayne.
       Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 2010.
       ISBN: 978-1-84755-807-7

  • 279. Reversible acute kidney injury requiring haemodialysis five days after starting dronedarone
        in a stable 71-year-old man at risk of cardiovascular polypharmacy
       C. Young, M. Maruthappu, L. Leaver and R.P. Wayne
       J R Coll Physicians Edinb. 43, 122–5 (2013).

  • 280. A galaxy of molecules
       R. P. Wayne
       Chemistry and Industry March 2014, pp 50–51 (2014)




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