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2013
Piletic, I., E. Edney, AND L. Bartolotti. A Computational Study of Acid Catalyzed Aerosol Reactions of Atmospherically Relevant Epoxides. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS. Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, Uk, 15(41):17707-18302, (2013).
Piletic, I., J. Offenberg, D. Olson, M. Jaoui, J. Krug, M. Lewandowski, J. Turlington, AND Tad Kleindienst. Constraining Carbonaceous Aerosol Sources in a Receptor Model Using Combined <SUP>14</SUP>C, Redox Species, Organic Tracers, and Elementary/Organic Carbon Measurements. ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 80:216-225, (2013).
Lin, Y., H. Zhang, H. Pye, Z. Zhang, W. Marth, S. Park, M. Arashiro, T. Cui, S. Budisulistiorini, K. Sexton, W. Vizuete, Y. Xie, D. Luecken, I. Piletic, E. Edney, L. Bartolotti, A. Gold, AND J. Surratt. Epoxide as a Precursor to Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation from Isoprene Photooxidation in the Presence of Nitrogen Oxides. PNAS (PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES). National Academy of Sciences, WASHINGTON, DC, 110(17):6718-6723, (2013).
Pye, H., R. Pinder, I. Piletic, Y. Xie, S. Capps, Y. Lin, J. Surratt, Z. Zhang, A. Gold, D. Luecken, Bill Hutzell, M. Jaoui, J. Offenberg, Tad Kleindienst, M. Lewandowski, AND E. Edney. Epoxide pathways improve model predictions of isoprene markers and reveal key role of acidity in aerosol formation. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY. American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, 47(19):11056-11064, (2013).
Lewandowski, M., I. Piletic, Tad Kleindienst, J. Offenberg, M. Beaver, M. Jaoui, K. Docherty, AND E. Edney. Secondary organic aerosol characterization at field sites across the United States during the spring-summer period. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY. Taylor & Francis, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, 93(10):1084-1103, (2013).


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