Open PostDoc position

We are looking for a PostDoc candidate with strong background in Atmospheric Chemistry. The prerequisite is a solid knowledge of MATLAB. For foreign candidates the applications go through PIFI system http://international-talent.cas.cn/front/pc.html#/bicsite/pifiIntroduce/pifi For more details please contact Prof. Dr. Sasho Gligorovski Email: gligorovski@gig.ac.cn

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2019 HOT PCCP article “The impact of photocatalytic paint’s porosity on indoor NOx and HONO levels”

We are delighted to announce that our article “The impact of photocatalytic paint’s porosity on indoor NOx and HONO levels, DOI: 10.1039/C9CP05477D” was extremely well received, and has been selected as a 2019 HOT PCCP article. As part of the 2019 HOT articles collection, our article will shortly be made free to access until the…

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The implications of ionic strength at the air-sea interface

The ionic strength can affect the kinetics and products distribution within the aerosol deliquescent particles and at the sea surface microlayer. However, the ionic strength effects on aqueous phase reactions of atmospheric relevance have been barely studied in the past. In this work, Mekic et al. have leveraged our knowledge on ionic strength effects on…

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Exploring The Ionic Strength Effects In Atmospheric Photochemistry

There is increasing evidence that aqueous-phase atmospheric chemistry is an important source of secondary organic aerosols (SOA), but the related processes are currently not adequately represented in atmospheric chemistry models. Here we show that the absorption spectrum of pyruvic acid (PA) exhibits both an increase of the absorption intensity and a red shift of 13 nm…

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An indoor chemical cocktail

We are happy to share our latest published perspective article in Science giving an overview about the chemistry occurring in the dwellings which may affect the human health. The main parameters that influence this chemistry are highlighted: human activities (cleaning, cooking), human occupancy, outdoor pollution and sunlight. The building science research community has largely been dominated by one…

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