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Search Publications by George C Rhoderick

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Stability of gaseous volatile organic compounds contained in gas cylinders with different internal wall treatments

Author(s)
George C. Rhoderick, Christina E. Cecelski, Walter R. Miller Jr., David Worton, Sergi Moreno, Paul Brewer, Joele Viallon, Faraz Idrees, Philippe Moussay, Yong D. Kim, Dal H. Kim, Sangil Lee, Annarita Baldan, Jianrong Li
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are a group of gas-phase compounds present in the atmosphere that affect air quality and Earth’s climate. Halocarbons, a

CCQM K121 – Monoterpenes in Nitrogen at 2.5 nmol mol-1 Final Report

Author(s)
Christina E. Cecelski, George C. Rhoderick, Joseph T. Hodges, Antonio M. Possolo, Cassie A. Goodman, Yong D. Kim, Dal H. Kim, Sangil Lee, Nicholas Allen, Marivon Corbel, David Worton, Richard Brown, Paul Brewer
The growing awareness of climate change, and continuing concerns regarding tropospheric and stratospheric chemistry, will require future measurements and

Development of a Northern Continental Air Standard Reference Material

Author(s)
George C. Rhoderick, Duane Kitzis, Michael E. Kelley, Walter R. Miller Jr., Bradley Hall, Edward Dlugokencky, Pieter Tans, Antonio M. Possolo, Jennifer Carney
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently began to develop standard mixtures of greenhouse gases as part of a broad program mandated by

Comparison of halocarbon measurements in an atmospheric dry whole air sample

Author(s)
George C. Rhoderick, Bradley Hall, Christina Harth, Jin Seog Kim, Jeogsoon Lee, Stephen Montzka, J. Muhle, Stefan Reimann, Martin Vollmer, Ray Weiss
The growing awareness of climate change/global warming, and continuing concerns regarding stratospheric ozone depletion, will require continued measurements and

Results from the International Halocarbons in Air Comparison Experiment (IHALACE)

Author(s)
Bradley Hall, George C. Rhoderick, A Engel, J. Muhle, J. W. Elkins, F. Artuso, E. Atlas, M. Aydin, D. Blake, E. G. Brunke, S. Chiavarini, P. J. Fraser, J. Happell, Paul B. Krummel, I. Levin, M. Loewenstein, M. Malone, S. A. Montzka, S. O'Doherty, S. Reimann, E. S. Saltzman, H. E. Scheel, L. P. Steele, M. K. Vollmer, R. F. Weiss, D. Worthy, Y. Yokouchi
The International Halocarbons in Air Comparison Experiment (IHALACE) was conducted to document relationships between calibrations scales among various

Rotational Signatures of Chemical Agents and Related Compounds

Author(s)
R D. Suenram, Angela R. Hight Walker, Gerald T. Fraser, David F. Plusquellic, R S. DaBell, Pamela M. Chu, George C. Rhoderick, A C. Samuels, J O. Jensen, Pavol Krivosik, J M. Lochner
The rotational spectra of more than twenty different chemical-warfare agents, precursors, and decomposition products have been studied using the technique of

Final Report of Key Comparison CCQM-K4 (Ethanol in Air)

Author(s)
M J. Milton, C Brookes, A Marschal, Franklin R. Guenther, George C. Rhoderick, D E. Leer, L W. Zhen, C Takahashi, E Deak, Y A. Kustikov
This key comparison involved primary standards of ethanol in air maintained at eight laboratories. The nominal amount fraction of the standards used for the