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Raymond R. Tucker Distinguished InCEES Career Development Associate Professor
Chemical properties of atmospheric and indoor gases and particles
Brent Williams’ research interests focus on the exploration of the composition, chemistry and physical properties of Earth’s atmosphere to determine the role of biogenic and anthropogenic gases and particles in Earth’s climate system and their impact on human health. Recent work also incorporates the chemistry of indoor environments. Current projects include the study of particle formation from biomass combustion, secondary particle formation from photochemical aging, indoor/outdoor pollutant exchange, and novel instrumentation development.
Researches chemical properties of atmospheric and indoor gases & particles