Research from Professor Jesse Kroll and former postdoc Gabriel Isaacman-VanWertz tracks evolution of organic molecules in the atmosphere
Research from Associate Professor Jesse Kroll and former postdoc Gabriel Isaacman-VanWertz, now an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at Virginia Tech, tracked the reactions of organic molecules as they react in the air. The research is the first study to get a comprehensive understanding of the process, and could help to study pollutants, smog, and emissions in the atmosphere in the future. Graduate students Chris Lim, Jon Franklin and Josh Moss, as well as former members of Kroll’s lab Rachel O’Brien and James Hunter, also contributed to the work. The paper was published in Nature Chemistry. Read more here.