Wednesday, August 10, 2022 - 10:00am

Abstract: In the atmosphere SOA particles exist under a range of different aqueous or dry conditions, providing a range of matrices for aging. This thesis demonstrates that both dark and photolytic aging can be affected by the differences in these aging matrices compared to dilute aqueous solutions, with changes in both the aging mechanisms and rates. Understanding these effects is crucial in determining the fate of individual compounds and complex SOA particles in the atmosphere.


Alexandra Klodt


RH 390