Metzger, S., B. Steil, L. Xu, J. E. Penner and J. Lelieveld: New representation of water activity based on a single solute specific constant to parameterize the hygroscopic growth of aerosols in atmospheric models. In: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12, 12, 5429-5446 (2012).
Metzger, S., B. Steil, L. Xu, J. E. Penner and J. Lelieveld: Description of EQSAM4: Gas-liquid-solid partitioning model for global simulations. In: Geoscientific Model Development Discussions 4, 2791-2847 (2011).
Metzger, S., B. Steil, J. E. Penner, L. Xu and J. Lelieveld: Derivation of the stoichiometric coefficient of water (vw) to account for water uptake by atmospheric aerosols. In: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 10, 8165-8111 (2010).
Pringle, K. J., H. Tost, S. Metzger, B. Steil, D. Giannadaki, A. Nenes, C. Fountoukis, P. Steir, E. Vignati and J. Lelieveld: Description and evaluation of GMXe: A new aerosol submodel for global simulations (v1). In: Geoscientific Model Development 3, 391-412 (2010).
Xu, L., J. E. Penner, S. Metzger and J. Lelieveld: A comparisonof water uptake by aerosols using two thermodynamic models. In: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 9, 9551-9595 (2009).
Luo, C., C. S. Zender, H. S. Bian and S. Metzger: Role of ammonia chemistry and coarse mode aerosols in global climatological inorganic aerosol distributions. In: Atmospheric Environment 41, 12, 2510-2533 (2007).
Metzger, S. and J. Lelieveld: Reformulating atmospheric aerosol thermodynamics and hygroscopic growth into fog, haze and clouds. In: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 7, 12, 3163-3193 (2007).
Tsigaridis, K., M. Krol, F. J. Dentener, Y. Balkanski, J. Lathière, S. Metzger, D. A. Hauglustaine and M. Kanakidou: Change in global aerosol composition since preindustrial times. In: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 6, 5143-5162 (2006).
Myhre, G., A. Grini and S. Metzger: Modelling of nitrate and ammonium-containing aerosols in presence of sea salt. In: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 6, 4809-4821 (2006).
Metzger, S., N. Mihalopoulos and J. Lelieveld: Importance of mineral cations and organics in gas-aerosol partitioning of reactive nitrogen compounds: case study based on MINOS results. In: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 6, 2549-2567 (2006).
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