273 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Union Square 14 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session is intended for researchers wishing to present work on any aspect of chemical or physical processes in the atmosphere of relevance to chemical engineers and atmospheric scientists. Topics may include gas-phase and particulate phase atmospheric chemistry, laboratory studies, modeling, instrumentation, and field measurements.


Nga Lee Ng
Email: ng@chbe.gatech.edu

Armin Sorooshian
Email: armin@email.arizona.edu

Kristina Wagstrom
Email: kristina.wagstrom@uconn.edu

V. Faye McNeill
Email: vfm2103@columbia.edu

8:30 AM
(273a) Effects of Surfactants on the Hygroscopicity and CCN Activity of Aerosols
Hemanta Timsina, Dabrina Dutcher and Timothy Raymond

9:00 AM
(273i) New Findings Based on Airborne Measurements of Aerosol Particles and Stratocumulus Clouds off the California Coast
Armin Sorooshian, Zhen Wang, Ewan Crosbie, Lindsay C. Maudlin, Haflidi Jonsson, Richard C. Flagan and John H. Seinfeld

9:15 AM
(273d) Elucidating the Role of Photons and Atmospheric Aerosols in the Reduction of Oxidized Mercury Species
Sean Tacey, Tibor Szilvási, Lang Xu, James Schauer and Manos Mavrikakis

9:30 AM
(273e) Quantifying Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition to U.S. Waterways
Xuanwen Chen, Fatema Parvez and Kristina Wagstrom

9:45 AM

10:15 AM
(273h) Simulation of Particulate Matter Formation during Heating Different Cooking Oils Using Aspen Plus
Mehdi Amouei Torkmahalleh, Ulmeken Kaibaldiyeva and Aida Kadyrbayeva
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