2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Canada Leader Award
Jonathan P. D. Abbatt mainly focuses on Aerosol, Inorganic chemistry, Relative humidity, Analytical chemistry and Environmental chemistry. His studies in Aerosol integrate themes in fields like Efflorescence, Oceanography and Ammonium sulfate. The study incorporates disciplines such as Phase, Supersaturation and Ammonium in addition to Inorganic chemistry.
His Relative humidity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mineralogy, Azelaic acid and Malonic acid. His work carried out in the field of Analytical chemistry brings together such families of science as Ozone, Ozonolysis and Chemical ionization. He has included themes like Soot, Combustion and Air pollution in his Environmental chemistry study.
His main research concerns Aerosol, Environmental chemistry, Atmospheric sciences, Arctic and Ozone. His Aerosol research includes themes of Mass spectrometry, Analytical chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Ammonium sulfate and Relative humidity. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Smoke, Aerosol composition, Particulates, Radical and Sulfate.
His work in the fields of Atmospheric sciences, such as Troposphere, overlaps with other areas such as Isoprene. His Arctic research incorporates themes from Chemical transport model, Atmosphere, Cloud condensation nuclei and Climatology. His research integrates issues of Ozonolysis and Pyrene in his study of Ozone.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Aerosol, Environmental chemistry, Atmosphere, Atmospheric sciences and Ozone. His Aerosol study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Soot, Primary, Particulates, Analytical chemistry and Sulfate. As a part of the same scientific family, Jonathan P. D. Abbatt mostly works in the field of Analytical chemistry, focusing on Volatilisation and, on occasion, Relative humidity.
Jonathan P. D. Abbatt combines subjects such as Sulfate aerosol, Smoke, Brown carbon and Bleach with his study of Environmental chemistry. While the research belongs to areas of Atmosphere, Jonathan P. D. Abbatt spends his time largely on the problem of Ice nucleus, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Mineralogy and Cloud microphysics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chemical reaction, Tobacco smoke, Phase and Ozonolysis.
His primary scientific interests are in Aerosol, Arctic, Atmospheric sciences, Environmental chemistry and Phase. The concepts of his Aerosol study are interwoven with issues in Haze, Sulfate, Aqueous solution and Hydrogen peroxide. The Arctic study combines topics in areas such as Atmosphere, Salinity, Precipitation, Sea surface microlayer and Particle number.
Many of his research projects under Atmospheric sciences are closely connected to Population, Context and Flux with Population, Context and Flux, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Environmental chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Relative humidity, Sulfur dioxide and Sulfate aerosol. His Phase research integrates issues from Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, Squalane, Ozone, Ozonolysis and Diffusion.
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N2O5 hydrolysis on sub-micron organic aerosols: the effect of relative humidity, particle phase, and particle size
Joel A. Thornton;Christine F. Braban;Jonathan P. D. Abbatt.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2003)
Quantifying trace gas uptake to tropospheric aerosol: recent advances and remaining challenges
J. P. D. Abbatt;A. K. Y. Lee;J. A. Thornton.
Chemical Society Reviews (2012)
The role of long-lived reactive oxygen intermediates in the reaction of ozone with aerosol particles
Manabu Shiraiwa;Yulia Sosedova;Yulia Sosedova;Aurélie Rouvière;Hong Yang.
Nature Chemistry (2011)
Cytotoxic and proinflammatory effects of ambient and source-related particulate matter (PM) in relation to the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and cytokine adsorption by particles
Umme S. Akhtar;Robert D. McWhinney;Neeraj Rastogi;Jonathan P. D. Abbatt.
Inhalation Toxicology (2010)
Formation of light absorbing organo-nitrogen species from evaporation of droplets containing glyoxal and ammonium sulfate.
Alex K. Y. Lee;Ran Zhao;Richard Li;John Liggio.
Environmental Science & Technology (2013)
Kinetics of Surface-Bound Benzo[a]pyrene and Ozone on Solid Organic and Salt Aerosols
Nana-Owusua A. Kwamena;Joel A. Thornton;Jonathan P. D. Abbatt.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2004)
Partially soluble organics as cloud condensation nuclei: Role of trace soluble and surface active species
K. Broekhuizen;P. Pradeep Kumar;P. Pradeep Kumar;J. P. D. Abbatt.
Geophysical Research Letters (2004)
Deliquescence, efflorescence, and supercooling of ammonium sulfate aerosols at low temperature: Implications for cirrus cloud formation and aerosol phase in the atmosphere
D. J. Cziczo;J. P. D. Abbatt.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
Laboratory studies of ice formation via deposition mode nucleation onto mineral dust and n‐hexane soot samples
Zamin A. Kanji;Jonathan P. D. Abbatt.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Kinetic limitations in gas-particle reactions arising from slow diffusion in secondary organic aerosol
Shouming Zhou;Manabu Shiraiwa;Robert D. McWhinney;Ulrich Pöschl.
Faraday Discussions (2013)
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