Motivated by the changing composition of the atmosphere, our research focuses on studies of atmospheric chemical processes, with attention given to the multiphase chemistry occurring on surfaces and with aerosol particles and clouds. A new research interest is the chemistry of the indoor environment.

Group Photo Dec 2019. Front row: Zilin Zhou, Chris Lim, Tengyu Liu, Maggie Wang, Jia Qi (Jackie) Han. Back row: Jon Abbatt, Rachel Hems, Stephanie Schneider, Peter Gallimore, Jie Yu, Aaron Wylie, Alison Feise, Chen Wang, Ellen Gute, Carolyn Liu-Kang.
Group Photo Dec 2019. Front row: Zilin Zhou, Chris Lim, Tengyu Liu, Maggie Wang, Jia Qi (Jackie) Han. Back row: Jon Abbatt, Rachel Hems, Stephanie Schneider, Peter Gallimore, Jie Yu, Aaron Wylie, Alison Feise, Chen Wang, Ellen Gute, Carolyn Liu-Kang.

Latest Publications

Air Quality Data Approach for Defining Wildfire Influence: Impacts on PM2.5, NO2, CO, and O3 in Western Canadian Cities

Stephanie R. Schneider, Kristyn Lee, Guadalupe Santos, and Jonathan P. D. Abbatt. Environmental Science & Technology

 

Oxidation of sulfur dioxide by nitrogen dioxide accelerated at the interface of deliquesced aerosol particles

Tengyu Liu and Jonathan P. D. Abbatt. Nature Chemistry

 

Liquid crystal display screens as a source for indoor volatile organic compounds

Qifan Liu and Jonathan P. D. Abbatt. PNAS

 

Aging of Atmospheric Brown Carbon Aerosol

Rachel F. Hems, Elijah G. Schnitzler, Carolyn Liu-Kang, Christopher D. Cappa, and Jonathan P. D. Abbatt. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry

 

Multiphase Oxidation of Sulfur Dioxide in Aerosol Particles: Implications for Sulfate Formation in Polluted Environments

Tengyu Liu, Arthur W. H. Chan, and Jonathan P. D. Abbatt. Environmental Science & Technology

   

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Group News

Access to information of the NETCARE project is now available on this site.

All contents on the NETCARE (Network on Climate and Aerosols) project website have been moved to this site. The old URL (netcare-project.ca) has been discontinued since August 2021. [Read more]

 

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