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Grant Info

YEARS

2012-2015

FUNDING AMOUNT

550000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Since the Second World War, Japan has abandoned chemical weapons in China has been an important threat to our people's life and health and environmental security. Under the United Nations Convention on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, it is required to complete excavation and destruction work in as short a time as possible. There are many environmental basic issues that need to be studied in order to eliminate the potential danger of soil poisoning agents to people and the environment. For example, the study of the dynamics and mechanism of atmospheric reactivity has important scientific significance for the rational assessment of its environmental impact. This project is aimed at studying the weak research on the atmospheric environmental impact of chemical poisoning agents in the world. It is proposed to study the effects of two kinds of erosive poisoning agents (mustard and Luke) in Japan in the atmosphere with photochemical reaction smoke box technology. OH radicals, Cl atoms and ozone reaction rate constants and degradation mechanism, supplemented by quantitative calculations to be verified. The aim is to understand the atmospheric retention life of chemical poisoning agents and possible environmental hazards of their degradation products, and to provide scientific basis for excavating and destroying environmental risk assessment and environmental management of Japanese abandoned chemical weapons in China. More... »

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http://npd.nsfc.gov.cn/projectDetail.action?pid=21177158

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