“How do you model the things that go on with chemical elements and compounds in the atmosphere? Where does calculus come in when thinking about mass conservation and movement of chemical species in the atmosphere? How do you use differential equations in understanding transport? Why can math that work with decay rates work on the lifetimes of chemical substances in the atmosphere?
Have you already acquired some basic understanding of atmospheric chemistry and want to learn more about and practice your ability to model chemistry and transport? Then the following short textbook might be suitable for your interests.”