Multiphase Environmental Chemistry in the Atmosphere

; Sherri W. Hunt (Redaktør) ; Alexander Laskin (Redaktør)

This book is based on a selection of presentations given at the very successful symposium "Multiphase Chemistry of Atmospheric Aerosols" held at the 2017 ACS Fall meeting and attended by a large number of researchers. Les mer
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This book is based on a selection of presentations given at the very successful symposium "Multiphase Chemistry of Atmospheric Aerosols" held at the 2017 ACS Fall meeting and attended by a large number of researchers. This symposium provided an excellent opportunity to hear about multiple aspects of atmospheric multiphase chemistry from a diverse spectrum of presenters, including laboratory and field experimentalists and modelers. Similarly, by presenting the
material in a single edited book, we hope to encourage cross-disciplinary thinking among these topics so that more scientists can imagine solutions to the challenges of understanding and mitigating the effects of atmospheric aerosols.

The chapter authors begin with introductory material addressing scientists who may work in a broad range of disciplines, and then move to more specific details for the experts in the field. Therefore, this book should be an excellent resource for those just starting in the field of atmospheric chemistry and for those who want to initiate new research directions with a mix of basics and some of the newest advances.

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Sherri W. Hunt received a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Georgia and a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the University of Minnesota. After a postdoctoral research position with Barbara Finlayson-Pitts at University of California, Irvine, Hunt spent two years as a AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow. In 2006, she joined the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a physical scientist in the Office of Research and Development.
Her work involves research planning and coordination for agency scientists and the extramural STAR grants program. Research expertise and topics include understanding, monitoring, and modeling air pollution and its health effects.



Alexander Laskin received his undergraduate degree from the Polytechnical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1991 in Physics, and Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, in 1998. Following postdoctoral research appointments at the University of Delaware, Princeton University and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), he was a senior research scientist at PNNL. In 2017, he joined Purdue University as a Professor of Chemistry. His
present and past research interests include physical and analytical chemistry of aerosols, environmental and atmospheric effects of aerosols, chemical imaging and molecular level studies of aerosols, microspectroscopy and high-resolution mass spectrometry of aerosols, combustion-related aerosols, combustion chemistry,
and chemical kinetics.



Sergey A. Nizkorodov received his undergraduate degree in biochemistry from Novosibirsk State University and graduate degree in physical chemistry from Basel University. After doing postdoctoral research at the University of Colorado at Boulder, and in atmospheric chemistry at the California Institute of Technology, he joined the faculty of the Department of Chemistry, University of California, Irvine (UCI). His primary areas of expertise are molecular spectroscopy,
high-resolution mass spectrometry, chemical reaction dynamics, and photochemistry.

spectrometry, chemical reaction dynamics, and photochemistry.