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

Formation of Gas-Phase Hydrogen Peroxide via Multiphase Ozonolysis of Unsaturated Lipids

Zilin Zhou and Jonathan P. D. Abbatt. Environmental Science & Technology Letters

 

Ice Nucleation Ability of Tree Pollen Altered by Atmospheric Processing

Ellen Gute et al. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry

 

Reactive Uptake of Ozone to Simulated Seawater: Evidence for Iodide Depletion

Stephanie R. Schneider et al. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A

 

Chemical Composition, Spatial Homogeneity, and Growth of Indoor Surface Films

Christopher Y. Lim and Jonathan P. D. Abbatt. Environmental Science & Technology

 

Heterogeneous Ozonolysis of Tetrahydrocannabinol: Implications for Thirdhand Cannabis Smoke

Aaron D. L. Wylie and Jonathan P. D. Abbatt. Environmental Science & Technology

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Cooking, Bleach Cleaning, and Air Conditioning Strongly Impact Levels of HONO in a House

Chen Wang et al. Environmental Science & Technology

 

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Group News

NETCARE project receives the NSERC Brockhouse Canada Prize

Led by Prof. Abbatt, NETCARE — the Network on Climate and Aerosols — is a winner of the NSERC Brockhouse Canada Prize in 2020. [Read more]

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