Christa A. Hasenkopf, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
Area:
atmospheric heterogeneous chemistry
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Margaret A. Tolbert grad student 2011 CU Boulder
 (Optical and Hygroscopic Studies of Aerosols In Simulated Planetary Atmospheres.)
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San Martini FM, Hasenkopf CA, Roberts DC. (2015) Statistical analysis of PM2.5 observations from diplomatic facilities in China Atmospheric Environment. 110: 174-185
Hasenkopf CA. (2013) NextGen speaks [13] Science. 339: 32
Zarzana KJ, De Haan DO, Freedman MA, et al. (2012) Optical properties of the products of α-dicarbonyl and amine reactions in simulated cloud droplets. Environmental Science & Technology. 46: 4845-51
Hasenkopf C. (2012) Clearing the Air World Policy Journal. 29: 82-90
Hasenkopf CA, Freedman MA, Beaver MR, et al. (2011) Potential climatic impact of organic haze on early Earth. Astrobiology. 11: 135-49
DeWitt HL, Hasenkopf CA, Trainer MG, et al. (2010) The formation of sulfate and elemental sulfur aerosols under varying laboratory conditions: implications for early earth. Astrobiology. 10: 773-81
Beaver MR, Freedman MA, Hasenkopf CA, et al. (2010) Cooling enhancement of aerosol particles due to surfactant precipitation. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 114: 7070-6
Hasenkopf CA, Beaver MR, Trainer MG, et al. (2010) Optical properties of Titan and early Earth haze laboratory analogs in the mid-visible Icarus. 207: 903-913
Freedman MA, Hasenkopf CA, Beaver MR, et al. (2009) Optical properties of internally mixed aerosol particles composed of dicarboxylic acids and ammonium sulfate. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 113: 13584-92
DeWitt HL, Trainer MG, Pavlov AA, et al. (2009) Reduction in haze formation rate on prebiotic Earth in the presence of hydrogen. Astrobiology. 9: 447-53
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