Mark S. Zahniser spends much of his time researching Analytical chemistry, Aqueous solution, Nitric acid, Trace gas and Laser. Mark S. Zahniser performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Analytical chemistry and Order via his papers. His Aqueous solution research incorporates elements of Number density, Mass transfer, Chemical reaction, Inorganic chemistry and Solubility.
His research integrates issues of Reactivity and Dispersity in his study of Nitric acid. His work investigates the relationship between Trace gas and topics such as Eddy covariance that intersect with problems in Tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy, Infrared gas analyzer, Soil water, Carbon sink and Carbon dioxide. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Laser, concentrating on Cascade and intersecting with Absorption and Infrared spectroscopy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Analytical chemistry, Laser, Optics, Spectrometer and Absorption. His Analytical chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tunable laser and Infrared. He combines subjects such as Diode and Cascade with his study of Laser.
His study looks at the relationship between Optics and topics such as Trace gas, which overlap with Eddy covariance. His work deals with themes such as Detection limit, Nitrogen dioxide and Remote sensing, which intersect with Spectrometer. He has included themes like Optoelectronics and Tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy in his Absorption study.
Analytical chemistry, Atmospheric sciences, Laser, Eddy covariance and Methane are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Far-infrared laser, Differential optical absorption spectroscopy, Quantum cascade laser and Spectrometer as well as Analytical chemistry. The Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Carbonyl sulfide, Soil water, Stomatal conductance and Temperate forest, Ecosystem.
His Laser research is classified as research in Optics. His Eddy covariance study incorporates themes from Atmosphere, Trace gas, Flux, Oxygen and Carbon dioxide. His studies in Methane integrate themes in fields like Environmental chemistry, Mineralogy and Greenhouse gas.
Mark S. Zahniser focuses on Greenhouse gas, Atmospheric sciences, Analytical chemistry, Methane and Eddy covariance. His Greenhouse gas study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Trace gas, Environmental engineering, Downstream, Natural gas and Nitrous oxide. His Atmospheric sciences research includes elements of Photodissociation, Atmosphere, NOx and Stomatal conductance.
His study in Analytical chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Far-infrared laser, Laser, Carbon and Spectrometer. His Laser research entails a greater understanding of Optics. His Spectrometer study combines topics in areas such as Vacuum ultraviolet, Infrared, Quantum cascade laser, Environmental chemistry and Remote sensing.
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Astigmatic mirror multipass absorption cells for long-path-length spectroscopy
J B McManus;P L Kebabian;M S Zahniser.
Applied Optics (1995)
Evaluation of nitrogen dioxide chemiluminescence monitors in a polluted urban environment
E. J. Dunlea;E. J. Dunlea;S. C. Herndon;D. D. Nelson;R. M. Volkamer;R. M. Volkamer.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2007)
Sub-part-per-billion detection of nitric oxide in air using a thermoelectrically cooled mid-infrared quantum cascade laser spectrometer
D.D. Nelson;J.H. Shorter;J.B. McManus;M.S. Zahniser.
Applied Physics B (2002)
The temperature dependence of mass accommodation of sulfur dioxide and hydrogen peroxide on aqueous surfaces
Douglas R. Worsnop;Mark S. Zahniser;Charles E. Kolb;James A. Gardner.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1989)
Reactive Uptake of Cl2(g) and Br2(g) by Aqueous Surfaces as a Function of Br- and I- Ion Concentration: The Effect of Chemical Reaction at the Interface
J. H. Hu;Q. Shi;P. Davidovits;D. R. Worsnop.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1995)
Methane emissions from natural gas infrastructure and use in the urban region of Boston, Massachusetts
Kathryn McKain;Adrian Down;Steve M. Raciti;John Walter Budney.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)
Vapor pressures of solid hydrates of nitric acid - Implications for polar stratospheric clouds
Douglas R. Worsnop;Mark S. Zahniser;Lewis E. Fox;Steven C. Wofsy.
Contribution of nitrated phenols to wood burning brown carbon light absorption in Detling, United Kingdom during winter time.
Claudia Mohr;Felipe D. Lopez-Hilfiker;Peter Zotter;André S. H. Prévôt.
Environmental Science & Technology (2013)
High precision measurements of atmospheric nitrous oxide and methane using thermoelectrically cooled mid-infrared quantum cascade lasers and detectors.
David D. Nelson;Barry McManus;Shawn Urbanski;Scott Herndon.
Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy (2004)
Temperature dependence of the uptake coefficients of nitric acid, hydrochloric acid and nitrogen oxide (N2O5) by water droplets
Jane M. Van Doren;Lyn R. Watson;Paul. Davidovits;Douglas R. Worsnop.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1990)
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