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Carbon Disulfide - Wiley Online Library

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Influence of Dissolved Organic Matter on Carbonyl Sulfide and Carbon Disulfide Formation from Dimethyl Sulfide During Sunlight Photolysis

Carbonyl sulfide and carbon disulfide are crucial atmospheric gases photochemically produced from natural sulfur precursors in sunlit natural waters. DOM type influenced COS just at higher concentrations, while enhancing DOM concentrations proportionally boosted COS concentrations for all DOM types. Phenol enhancement decreased COS formation for factors that stayed vague since phenol likely satiated 3CDOM * and DMS‐derived sulfur‐based radicals. Additional comparisons to DMS‐spiked all-natural waters and cysteine spiked artificial and all-natural waters evaluated previously indicated that COS development from both precursors in all-natural waters was constantly better than in waters consisting of DOM alone.

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