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Department of Atmospheric Science

Wed., Apr. 19, 3:10 pm, EN6085

From the Cleanest Chamber to the Dirtiest Sky: Physical and Chemical evolution of Secondary Aerosol

Dr. Alessandro Franchin

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


I will present results from the Cosmics Leaving Outdoor Droplets (CLOUD) experiment at CERN, where I participated in several chamber experiments focused on the characterization of the first steps in the formation of secondary atmospheric nanoparticles and ions. I will also show some preliminary results of my latest study, where I participated in airborne measurements over the Great Salt Lake, Cache Valley, and Utah Valley (UT), where we sampled aerosols and trace gases, with the goal of acquiring a detailed insight into how the wintertime high pollution events take place.

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