Stratosphere, Atmospheric sciences, Aerosol, Ozone and Aqueous solution are his primary areas of study. His Stratosphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sulfuric acid, Convection, Mineralogy and Nitric acid. Thomas Peter has included themes like Climatology, Nucleation and Polar in his Atmospheric sciences study.
His Aerosol research includes themes of Inorganic chemistry and Ammonium sulfate. When carried out as part of a general Ozone research project, his work on Ozone depletion and Ozone layer is frequently linked to work in Atmospheric wave, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ice nucleus and Analytical chemistry in addition to Aqueous solution.
His main research concerns Atmospheric sciences, Stratosphere, Climatology, Aerosol and Ozone. His Atmospheric sciences study incorporates themes from Atmosphere, Water vapor and Polar. His Polar research includes elements of Nitric acid and Nucleation.
His Stratosphere study combines topics in areas such as Lidar, Potential temperature and Mixing ratio. The various areas that Thomas Peter examines in his Aerosol study include Relative humidity, Chemical engineering, Ammonium sulfate and Aqueous solution. The concepts of his Aqueous solution study are interwoven with issues in Differential scanning calorimetry, Supercooling and Thermodynamics.
Thomas Peter focuses on Atmospheric sciences, Stratosphere, Water vapor, Aerosol and Troposphere. Thomas Peter interconnects Atmosphere and Ozone in the investigation of issues within Atmospheric sciences. Thomas Peter does research in Stratosphere, focusing on Tropopause specifically.
His Water vapor research incorporates elements of Spectrometer, Climatology and Laser. He combines subjects such as Radiative transfer and Deposition with his study of Aerosol. The Troposphere study combines topics in areas such as East Asian Monsoon, Monsoon, Potential temperature, Hygrometer and Anticyclone.
His primary areas of investigation include Atmospheric sciences, Stratosphere, Ozone, Aerosol and Troposphere. His Atmospheric sciences study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Brightness, Spatial distribution and Atmospheric methane. His research brings together the fields of Frost and Stratosphere.
Thomas Peter has researched Aerosol in several fields, including Radiative transfer and Shortwave. His studies in Troposphere integrate themes in fields like Airflow, Supercooling, Water vapor, Hygrometer and Outgassing. His studies deal with areas such as General Circulation Model, Climatology, Radiosonde and Asian summer monsoon as well as Water vapor.
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Water activity as the determinant for homogeneous ice nucleation in aqueous solutions
Thomas Koop;Beiping Luo;Athanasios Tsias;Thomas Peter.
An analytic expression for the composition of aqueous HNO3‐H2SO4 stratospheric aerosols including gas phase removal of HNO3
Kenneth S. Carslaw;Beiping Luo;Thomas Peter.
Geophysical Research Letters (1995)
Mixing of the Organic Aerosol Fractions: Liquids as the Thermodynamically Stable Phases
Claudia Marcolli;Beiping Luo;Thomas Peter.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2004)
New and extended parameterization of the thermodynamic model AIOMFAC: calculation of activity coefficients for organic-inorganic mixtures containing carboxyl, hydroxyl, carbonyl, ether, ester, alkenyl, alkyl, and aromatic functional groups
A. Zuend;C. Marcolli;A. M. Booth;D. M. Lienhard;D. M. Lienhard.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2011)
MICROPHYSICS AND HETEROGENEOUS CHEMISTRY OF POLAR STRATOSPHERIC CLOUDS
Annual Review of Physical Chemistry (1997)
Efficiency of immersion mode ice nucleation on surrogates of mineral dust
C. Marcolli;S. Gedamke;T. Peter;B. Zobrist.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2007)
Stratospheric water vapor predicted from the Lagrangian temperature history of air entering the stratosphere in the tropics
S. Fueglistaler;M. Bonazzola;P.H. Haynes;Thomas Peter.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Unprecedented evidence for deep convection hydrating the tropical stratosphere
T. Corti;B. P. Luo;M. de Reus;D. Brunner.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
Modeling the composition of liquid stratospheric aerosols
Kenneth S. Carslaw;Thomas Peter;Simon L. Clegg.
Reviews of Geophysics (1997)
Increased stratospheric ozone depletion due to mountain-induced atmospheric waves
Kenneth S. Carslaw;Martin Wirth;A. Tsias;B.P. Luo.
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