If you would like to learn more about opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students in our group,please email Prof. Schnitzler.
Graduate and undergraduate students in our group will have opportunities to perform experiments in the laboratory and the field, applying principles and techniques from physical and analytical chemistry to atmospheric and environmental problems.
Students will use state-of-the-art commercial and custom-built instruments, also gaining experience in instrument design,
programming, and electronics.
To measure particle-bound polycyclic aromatichydrocarbons
Hygroscopic tandem mobility analyzer
To measure water uptake onto aerosol particles
Multi-phase chemistry flow-tubes
To expose solid and liquid films to gaseous reactants
Gas-phase ozonolysis flow-tube
To expose volatile organic compounds to ozone
Incoherent broad-band cavity-enhanced
aerosol extinction spectrometer
To measure extinction and complex refractive indices of suspended aerosol particles
To measure aerosolsize distributions
To predict structures and spectra of aerosolconstituents
LC–time-of-flight mass spectrometer
To separate and quantify components of complex mixtures
Dual-beam fiber-based UV-vis spectrometer
To characterize light-absorbing organic aerosol constituents in solution