Renew. Energy Environ. Sustain.
Volume 7, 2022
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||29 July 2022|
Photochemical reactions and surface ozone measurements in Tehran city center
Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran
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Received in final form: 19 April 2022
Accepted: 21 April 2022
Efforts have been made for surface ozone concentration measurements considering secondary reactions via actinometry. Pyro heliometry, pyranometry and spectrophotometry, idometry in Amir Abad station of Tehran city center in parallel. In actinometry method consideration were made to show solar radiation in all different filters of green, yellow, red and dark red by means of 525 nm, 630 nm, 695 nm and 721 nm in parallel by the same time during 1991–1992. Resulted as solar radiation reduction in all filters and concluded for secondary reactions at Amirabad station for the first time in Iran. Measurements were made daily and seasonally at midday in Amirabad station. Where in idometry and spectrophotometry method consideration were made in certain wavelengths of 276.5 nm and 301 nm, for surface ozone measurements during autumn winter considering, October, November, December 1991–1992 and 1999–2001, using rain samples. Which has shown a concentration range of 30–60 (ppb) and 80–115 (ppb), respectively. The concentration measurements of surface ozone were made as a function of photochemical reactions of NO2. NO and photon rays in agreement with the results of spectrometry method by the same time due to F.M. Shahrtash for the first time in Iran. This study was in agreements with the works in Montreal, Ca (1992). Other consideration was made for surface ozone data collection analysis of (MOI) from Mehrabad station of Tehran city center via Dobson method during summer–autumn 2015. Which has shown a range of concentration of 80–92 (ppb), in comparison with the measurements of Amirabad station. Besides consideration was made for recent research work in China, which has detected the surface ozone concentration of 70–100 ppb during 2013–2018, mainly in North China and Yangtze river plain” by means of “photochemical reactions and surface ozone” in agreement with this study as a whole.
Key words: Secondary Reactions / Air Pollutants / photon rays / photochemical reactions / Ozone Concentration / Spectrometry / Actinometry methods
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