A GENERAL OVERVIEW
Aerosols are microscopic bits of dust, soot, and sea spray – the most poorly understood component of Earth’s atmosphere. They influence how we breathe and impact our water supply. Using computational tools and state-of-the-art instrumentation, including a real-world beaker to generate aerosols, CAICE brings together a strong research team to focus on the critical area of aerosol chemistry.
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THE SCIENCE OF CAICE
A detailed chemical understanding of the structure, phase and molecular composition of sea spray at the individual aerosol particle level can be used to predict how the chemistry of aerosols influences light absorption and scattering, as well as how they nucleate cloud droplets and ice crystals.
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