Birgitta Svenningsson spends much of her time researching Aerosol, Cloud condensation nuclei, Supersaturation, Köhler theory and Nucleation. Her study on Differential mobility analyzer is often connected to Scavenging as part of broader study in Aerosol. Her Supersaturation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Inorganic chemistry and Solubility.
The concepts of her Inorganic chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Levoglucosan, Ammonium sulfate, Surface tension and Aqueous solution. Her research in Nucleation focuses on subjects like Troposphere, which are connected to Earth system science, Radiative forcing, Ion and Charged particle. Her work investigates the relationship between Particle size and topics such as Particulates that intersect with problems in Meteorology, Niebla and Fog.
Her main research concerns Aerosol, Cloud condensation nuclei, Soot, Supersaturation and Analytical chemistry. She interconnects Environmental chemistry, Particulates and Particle size in the investigation of issues within Aerosol. She has researched Cloud condensation nuclei in several fields, including Particle-size distribution, Radiative forcing, Relative humidity and Nucleation.
Her work carried out in the field of Soot brings together such families of science as Waste management, Chemical engineering and Diesel exhaust. Her Supersaturation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Inorganic chemistry, Phase, Mineralogy, Surface tension and Köhler theory. Her Analytical chemistry study incorporates themes from Condensation, Drop and Dicarboxylic acid.
Her primary areas of study are Aerosol, Particulates, Soot, Analytical chemistry and Chemical engineering. Her research in Aerosol is mostly focused on Cloud condensation nuclei. Her research on Particulates also deals with topics like
The Soot study combines topics in areas such as Laminar flow, Differential mobility analyzer and Diesel exhaust. She focuses mostly in the field of Analytical chemistry, narrowing it down to matters related to Relative humidity and, in some cases, Solubility, Köhler theory, Supersaturation and Drop. Her research in Chemical engineering tackles topics such as Soot particles which are related to areas like Condensation.
Birgitta Svenningsson focuses on Aerosol, Particulates, Particle number, Cloud condensation nuclei and Gasoline. Birgitta Svenningsson integrates many fields in her works, including Aerosol and Population. Her studies in Cloud condensation nuclei integrate themes in fields like Chemical composition, Particle-size distribution, Scanning mobility particle sizer and Mass spectrometry.
She combines subjects such as BTEX, Ethylbenzene and Hydrocarbon with her study of Gasoline. Her Soot research incorporates themes from Surface force, Laminar flow and Differential mobility analyzer. Her Trace gas study combines topics in areas such as Radiative forcing and Arctic.
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Hygroscopic properties of submicrometer atmospheric aerosol particles measured with H-TDMA instruments in various environments—a review
Erik Swietlicki;H-C Hansson;K Hameri;Birgitta Svenningsson.
Tellus B (2008)
Hygroscopic growth and critical supersaturations for mixed aerosol particles of inorganic and organic compounds of atmospheric relevance
B. Svenningsson;J. Rissler;E. Swietlicki;M. Mircea.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2005)
CCN activation of slightly soluble organics: the importance of small amounts of inorganic salt and particle phase
Merete Bilde;Birgitta Svenningsson.
Tellus B (2004)
EUCAARI ion spectrometer measurements at 12 European sites – analysis of new particle formation events
H. E. Manninen;T. Nieminen;E. Asmi;S. Gagné.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2010)
The role of surfactants in Köhler theory reconsidered.
Riikka Sorjamaa;Birgitta Svenningsson;Tomi Raatikainen;Silivia Henning.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2004)
Cloud condensation nuclei production associated with atmospheric nucleation: a synthesis based on existing literature and new results
Veli-Matti Kerminen;Mikhail Paramonov;Tatu Anttila;Ilona Riipinen.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2012)
Even-Odd Alternation of Evaporation Rates and Vapor Pressures of C3-C9 Dicarboxylic Acid Aerosols
Merete Bilde;Birgitta Svenningsson;Jacob Garbrecht Mønster;Thomas Rosenørn.
Environmental Science & Technology (2003)
Hygroscopic Growth of Aerosol Particles and its Influence on Nucleation Scavenging in Cloud: Experimental Results from Kleiner Feldberg
Birgitta Svenningsson;Hans-Christen Hansson;Alfred Wiedensohler;Kevin Noone.
Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry (1994)
Changes in aerosol size‐ and phase distributions due to physical and chemical processes in fog
Kevin J. Noone;John A. Ogren;Anneli Hallberg;Jost Heintzenberg.
Tellus B (1992)
Impacts of Combustion Conditions and Photochemical Processing on the Light Absorption of Biomass Combustion Aerosol
J Martinsson;A C Eriksson;I Elbaek Nielsen;Berg Malmborg.
Environmental Science & Technology (2015)
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