We make measurements of particles and their precursors formed during combustion and analyze those measurements using theoretical approaches to gain insight into the chemistry of soot formation.
We study the characteristics of combustion-generated particles in the atmosphere and in laboratory experiments to gain insight into their chemical evolution in the atmosphere and their impact on atmospheric chemistry.
We make measurements of atmospheric particles and associated species produced during combustion processes and use modeling techniques to assess their impact on the local, regional, and global atmosphere.
We develop laser-based, X-ray-based, mass spectroscopic, and other techniques for studying the chemistry and characteristics of particles generated during combustion.
We develop methods and design instruments for detecting and characterizing atmospheric light-absorbing particles produced predominantly during combustion.
We use our expertise and capabilities to solve problems that have impact on human and non-human health, the environment, agriculture, and industrial processes.
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