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ISNI: 
0000 0001 2024 8124
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Henríquez, José Mario Molina-Pasquel
Mario J. Molina (chimiste mexicain)
Mario J. Molina (meksikansk kjemiker)
Mario J. Molina (Mexican chemist)
Mario J. Molina (mexikanischer Chemiker)
Mario J. Molina (scheikundige uit Mexico)
Mario José Molina
Mario Molina (chimico messicano)
Mario Molina (ingeniero químico mexicano)
Mario Molina (meksikansk kjemikar)
Mario Molina (meksykański chemik, laureat Nagrody Nobla)
Mario Molina (mexicansk kemiker)
Marius Iosephus Molina
Molina, Mario
Molina, Mario J.
Molina, Mario José
Molina, Mario T.
Molina-Pasquel Henríquez, José Mario
Molina-Pasquel Henríquez, Mario José
Pasquel Henríquez, José Mario Molina-
Маріо Моліна
Марыа Маліна
Молина, Марио
ماريو مولينا
ماریو جے. مولینا
ماریو مولینا (شیمی‌دان مکزیکی)
मारियो जे मोलिना
マリオ・モリーナ
马里奥·莫利纳
Dates: 
1943-
Creation class: 
cre
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Boyd, Roy
Gurjar, B. R. (1965-)
Gurjar, Bhola R.
Ibarrarán, Maria Eugenia
Molina, Luisa T.
Ojha, Chandra S. P.
Titles: 
2004 Critical Review: Megacities and Atmospheric Pollution
29, 2011
Aerosol composition and source apportionment in the Mexico City Metropolitan Area with PIXE/PESA/STIM and multivariate analysis
Air pollution health and environmental impacts
Air quality in North America's most populous city - overview of the MCMA-2003 campaign
Air quality in the Mexico megacity an integrated assessment
Atmospheric New Particle Formation Enhanced by Organic Acids
Atmospheric oxidation in the Mexico City Metropolitan Area (MCMA) during April 2003
Characterization of Aerosols Containing Zn, Pb, and Cl from an Industrial Region of Mexico City
Characterization of ambient aerosols in Mexico City during the MCMA-2003 campaign with Aerosol Mass Spectrometry-Part I: quantification, shape-related collection efficiency, and comparison with collocated instruments
Characterization of ambient aerosols in Mexico City during the MCMA-2003 campaign with Aerosol Mass Spectrometry-Part II: overview of the results at the CENICA supersite and comparison to previous studies
Characterization of on-road vehicle emissions in the Mexico City Metropolitan Area using a mobile laboratory in chase and fleet average measurement modes during the MCMA-2003 field campaign
Climate change. -
Comparative Analysis of Urban Atmospheric Aerosol by Particle-Induced X-ray Emission (PIXE), Proton Elastic Scattering Analysis (PESA), and Aerosol Mass Spectrometry (AMS)
Distinct wind convergence patterns due to thermal and momentum forcing of the low level jet into the Mexico City basin
Distribution, magnitudes, reactivities, ratios and diurnal patterns of volatile organic compounds in the Valley of Mexico during the MCMA 2002 & 2003 field campaigns
DOAS measurement of glyoxal as an indicator for fast VOC chemistry in urban air
Estimation of a "radiatively correct" black carbon specific absorption during the Mexico City Metropolitan Area (MCMA) 2003 field campaign
Evaluation of nitrogen dioxide chemiluminescence monitors in a polluted urban environment
First-principles molecular-dynamics study of surface disordering of the (0001) face of hexagonal ice
Formation of low-temperature cirrus from H2SO4/H2O aerosol droplets.
Hacia el futuro : energy, economics, and the environment in 21st century Mexico
Hydrogen chloride-induced surface disordering on ice
Implementation of a Markov Chain Monte Carlo method to inorganic aerosol modeling of observations from the MCMA-2003 campaign - Part I: Model description and application to the la Merced site
Implementation of a Markov Chain Monte Carlo method to inorganic aerosol modeling of observations from the MCMA-2003 campaign - Part II: Model application to the CENICA, Pedregal and Santa Ana sites
Improving air quality in megacities: Mexico City case study.
Intensification of Pacific storm track linked to Asian pollution
Interaction of hydrogen chloride with ice surfaces: the effects of grain size, surface roughness, and surface disorder.
Mario Molina, c2005:
Measurement of ambient aerosols in northern Mexico City by single particle mass spectrometry
Measurements of Black Carbon Specific Absorption in the Mexico City Metropolitan Area during the MCMA 2003 Field Campaign
Megacities and atmospheric pollution.
Mexico City basin wind circulation during the MCMA-2003 field campaign
Mobile laboratory measurements of black carbon, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and other vehicle emissions in Mexico City
Modeling Inorganic Aerosols and Their Response to Changes in Precursor Concentration in Mexico City
Modeling ozone photochemistry and evaluation of hydrocarbon emissions in the Mexico City metropolitan area
Modeling the heterogeneous reaction probability for chlorine nitrate hydrolysis on ice
OH, HO sub(2), and Ozone Gaseous Diffusion Coefficients
OH, HO2, and ozone gaseous diffusion coefficients.
Oxidation mechanism of aromatic peroxy and bicyclic radicals from OH-toluene reactions.
Oxidative capacity of the Mexico City atmosphere - Part 1: A radical source perspective
Platinum Group Elements in Airborne Particles in Mexico City
Processing of soot in an urban environment: case study from the Mexico City Metropolitan Area
Quasi-Liquid Layer Formation on Ice under Stratospheric Conditions
Rapid ventilation of the Mexico City basin and regional fate of the urban plume
reaction of ClONO sub(2) with HCl on aluminum oxide, The
Secondary organic aerosol formation from anthropogenic air pollution: Rapid and higher than expected
Separation of emitted and photochemical formaldehyde in Mexico City using a statistical analysis and a new pair of gas-phase tracers
Sources and transformations of particle-bound polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Mexico City
Technical note: Evaluation of standard ultraviolet absorption ozone monitors in a polluted urban environment
Vehicle fleet emissions of black carbon, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and other pollutants measured by a mobile laboratory in Mexico City
Vehicle Traffic as a Source of Particulate Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Exposure in the Mexico City Metropolitan Area
VIBRATIONAL POPULATIONS THROUGH CHEMICAL LASER STUDIES: THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL EXTENSIONS OF THE EQUAL-GAIN TECHNIQUE
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