The NBD Group

We are atmospheric organic chemists interested in the fate of key volatile organic compounds in the atmosphere. We currently study the properties of organic matter and organic aerosols to act as cloud condensation nuclei and as ice nucleating particles.

European Geophysical Union (EGU)
19.04.2021 - 30.04.2021

UPCOMING CONFERENCES

American Chemical Society
(ACS)
19.04.2021 - 30.04.2021

RECENT ARTICLES

Development of the drop Freezing Ice Nuclei Counter (FINC), intercomparison of droplet freezing techniques, and use of soluble lignin as an atmospheric ice nucleation standard​

Miller, A. J., Brennan, K. P., Mignani, C., Wieder, J., David, R. O., Borduas-Dedekind, N.*

Atmos. Meas. Techn. Disc., 2020

Lignin's ability to nucleate ice via immersion freezing and its stability towards physicochemical treatments and atmospheric processing 

Bogler, S., Borduas-Dedekind, N.*

Atmos. Chem. Phys., 2020

UVB-irradiated Laboratory-generated Secondary Organic Aerosol Extracts Have Increased Cloud Condensation Nuclei Abilities: Comparison with Dissolved Organic Matter and Implications for the Photomineralization Mechanism

Borduas-Dedekind, N.*, Nizkorodov, S., McNeill, K.

Chimia, 2020

Spatial and temporal variability in the ice nucleating ability of alpine snowmelt and extension to frozen cloud fraction

Brennan, K., David, R. O., Borduas-Dedekind, N.*

Atmos. Chem. Phys., 2020

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