atmospheric chemistry research Articles

  • The Geoengineering Dilemma: To Speak or not to Speak

    An intriguing dichotomy has developed within the field of atmospheric and climate research. On the one side, it has become common practice to examine pessimistic future scenarios of anthropogenic pollutant emissions and their environmental impacts.  Not surprisingly, compared to the alternative “best guess” or “maximum feasible reduction” emissions scenarios, the pessimistic scenario ...


    By Springer

  • The new IONICON APi-TOF presented at EGU and ASMS 2018

    Atmospheric Pressure Interface for the Modular ioniTOF Platform The ioniTOF is our modular and flexible, entry-level to high-resolution Time-of-Flight platform, featuring custom interfaces and high-performance IONICON hexapole ION-GUIDEs. All our renowned PTR-TOFMS series products are exclusively based on the ioniTOF. Now we took this concept one step further and developed an Atmospheric ...


    By Ionicon Analytik Ges.m.b.H.

  • ioni APi-TOF Wins 2018 Innovation Award

    APi-TOF Reinvented – IONICON APi-TOF Receives 2018 “TASIA” After CHARON scored an innovation award from the “The Analytical Scientist” in 2017, we couldn’t believe our eyes when the game-changing ...


    By Ionicon Analytik Ges.m.b.H.

  • Will the new global mercury treaty be effective?

    Original story at MIT News MIT researcher Noelle Selin assesses the challenges of implementing the first global mercury treaty. After four years of negotiations, delegates from more than 140 countries met last January to finalize the first global treaty to mitigate and prevent mercury pollution, the ...

  • NASA campaign KORUS-AQ: IONICON PTR-TOF to monitor VOCs above Korea

    Team of the University of Innsbruck and an IONICON PTR-TOFMS aboard NASA research aircraft An international team coordinated by NASA has recently investigated air pollution over the Korean peninsula. Two of IONICON’s PTR-TOFMS instruments were used to monitor volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in real-time aboard NASA’s DC-8 Flying Laboratory. The data gathered by scientists ...


    By Ionicon Analytik Ges.m.b.H.

  • A Special Issue of the Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association on the Particulate Matter Supersites

    This special issue of the Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association contains 15 peer-reviewed scientific papers from the specialty conference Particulate Matter Supersites Program and Related Studies, which was held in February 2005 in Atlanta, GA. Other peer-reviewed papers will appear in companion issues of the Journal of Geophysical Research, Aerosol Science and Technology, and ...

  • Studying the Clouds in the Antarctic with Micro Pulse LiDAR

    Researchers in the Australian Antarctic Science project collected aerosol data above the Southern Ocean to improve their understanding of the connection between clouds and climate change. Evaporation and condensation are the basic concepts leading to cloud formation; however, many factors impact the end results. In general, as water vapor molecules rise from the surface of the Earth, they ...

  • Shifting the burden – Should developing nations bear the load for emissions reduction?

    Pledges by the three titans of greenhouse gas emission – Europe, the US and China, which are the three biggest fossil fuel consumers – fall “far short of fair” and may not be nearly enough to contain global warming, according to new research. In the complex game of power politics, development economics, environmental campaigning, climate science and greenhouse ...


    By Climate News Network

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