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Chemistry of the Earth's Atmosphere
Changes to the chemical composition of the Earth's atmosphere can have profound environmental consequences. Such changes result from direct atmospheric pollution but also the chemical and photochemical transformation of atmospheric pollutants, and lead to issues such as poor air quality and smog formation; atmospheric ozone depletion and global warming. A full understanding of the causes of such environmental issues requires a full knowledge of the nature and rapidity of the transformation of pollutants, and research in our group is focussed on understanding, through laboratory studies, the fundamental gas phase kinetics and mechanisms of reactions at the heart of atmospheric change.
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