Allan Bertram
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Viscosity of α-pinene secondary organic material and implications for particle growth and reactivity
L Renbaum-Wolff, JW Grayson, AP Bateman, M Kuwata, M Sellier, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (20), 8014-8019, 2013
The reaction probability of OH on organic surfaces of tropospheric interest
AK Bertram, AV Ivanov, M Hunter, LT Molina, MJ Molina
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 105 (41), 9415-9421, 2001
High concentrations of biological aerosol particles and ice nuclei during and after rain
JA Huffman, AJ Prenni, PJ DeMott, C Pöhlker, RH Mason, NH Robinson, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13 (13), 6151-6164, 2013
The formation of cubic ice under conditions relevant to Earth's atmosphere
BJ Murray, DA Knopf, AK Bertram
Nature 434 (7030), 202-205, 2005
Predicting the relative humidities of liquid-liquid phase separation, efflorescence, and deliquescence of mixed particles of ammonium sulfate, organic material, and water using …
AK Bertram, ST Martin, SJ Hanna, ML Smith, A Bodsworth, Q Chen, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 11 (21), 10995-11006, 2011
Sea spray aerosol as a unique source of ice nucleating particles
PJ DeMott, TCJ Hill, CS McCluskey, KA Prather, DB Collins, RC Sullivan, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (21), 5797-5803, 2016
A marine biogenic source of atmospheric ice-nucleating particles
TW Wilson, LA Ladino, PA Alpert, MN Breckels, IM Brooks, J Browse, ...
Nature 525 (7568), 234-238, 2015
Heterogeneous nucleation of ice in (NH4)2SO4‐H2O particles with mineral dust immersions
B Zuberi, AK Bertram, CA Cassa, LT Molina, MJ Molina
Geophysical research letters 29 (10), 142-1-142-4, 2002
Gas–particle partitioning of atmospheric aerosols: interplay of physical state, non-ideal mixing and morphology
M Shiraiwa, A Zuend, AK Bertram, JH Seinfeld
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15 (27), 11441-11453, 2013
Images reveal that atmospheric particles can undergo liquid–liquid phase separations
Y You, L Renbaum-Wolff, M Carreras-Sospedra, SJ Hanna, N Hiranuma, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (33), 13188-13193, 2012
Deposition ice nucleation on soot at temperatures relevant for the lower troposphere
M Dymarska, BJ Murray, L Sun, ML Eastwood, DA Knopf, AK Bertram
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 111 (D4), 2006
Formation and stability of cubic ice in water droplets
BJ Murray, AK Bertram
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 8 (1), 186-192, 2006
The viscosity of atmospherically relevant organic particles
JP Reid, AK Bertram, DO Topping, A Laskin, ST Martin, MD Petters, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-14, 2018
Reactive Uptake of O3 by Multicomponent and Multiphase Mixtures Containing Oleic Acid
DA Knopf, LM Anthony, AK Bertram
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 109 (25), 5579-5589, 2005
Liquid–liquid phase separation in atmospherically relevant particles consisting of organic species and inorganic salts
Y You, ML Smith, M Song, ST Martin, AK Bertram
International Reviews in Physical Chemistry 33 (1), 43-77, 2014
Mechanisms and temperatures for the freezing of sulfuric acid aerosols measured by FTIR extinction spectroscopy
AK Bertram, DD Patterson, JJ Sloan
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 (6), 2376-2383, 1996
Ice Formation in (NH4)2SO4−H2O Particles
AK Bertram, T Koop, LT Molina, MJ Molina
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 104 (3), 584-588, 2000
Deliquescence and crystallization of ammonium sulfate particles internally mixed with water-soluble organic compounds
MT Parsons, DA Knopf, AK Bertram
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 108 (52), 11600-11608, 2004
OH, HO2, and Ozone Gaseous Diffusion Coefficients
AV Ivanov, S Trakhtenberg, AK Bertram, YM Gershenzon, MJ Molina
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 111 (9), 1632-1637, 2007
Reactive Uptake of NO3, N2O5, NO2, HNO3, and O3 on Three Types of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Surfaces
S Gross, AK Bertram
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 112 (14), 3104-3113, 2008
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