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2017
Wang X.F, Deane GB, Moore K.A, Ryder OS, Stokes MD, Beall C.M, Collins DB, Santander M.V, Burrows S.M, Sultana C.M et al..  2017.  The role of jet and film drops in controlling the mixing state of submicron sea spray aerosol particles. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114:6978-6983.
2014
Ault AP, Guasco TL, Baltrusaitis J, Ryder OS, Trueblood J.V, Collins DB, Ruppel MJ, Cuadra-Rodriguez LA, Prather KA, Grassian VH.  2014.  Heterogeneous reactivity of nitric acid with nascent sea spray aerosol: Large differences observed between and within individual particles. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 5:2493-2500.
Ryder OS, Ault AP, Cahill JF, Guasco TL, Riedel T.P, Cuadra-Rodriguez LA, Gaston C.J, Fitzgerald E., Lee C., Prather KA et al..  2014.  On the role of particle inorganic mixing state in the reactive uptake of N2O5 to ambient aerosol particles. Environmental Science & Technology. 48:1618-1627.
2013
Prather KA, Bertram TH, Grassian VH, Deane GB, Stokes MD, DeMott PJ, Aluwihare LI, Palenik BP, Azam F, Seinfeld JH et al..  2013.  Bringing the ocean into the laboratory to probe the chemical complexity of sea spray aerosol. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110:7550-7555.
Ault AP, Guasco TL, Ryder OS, Baltrusaitis J, Cuadra-Rodriguez LA, Collins DB, Ruppel MJ, Bertram TH, Prather KA, Grassian VH.  2013.  Inside versus outside: Ion redistribution in nitric acid reacted sea spray aerosol particles as determined by single particle analysis. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 135:14528-14531.
Stokes MD, Deane GB, Prather K, Bertram TH, Ruppel MJ, Ryder OS, Brady JM, Zhao D.  2013.  A Marine Aerosol Reference Tank system as a breaking wave analogue for the production of foam and sea-spray aerosols. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 6:1085-1094.
Ebben CJ, Ault AP, Ruppel MJ, Ryder OS, Bertram TH, Grassian VH, Prather KA, Geiger FM.  2013.  Size-resolved sea spray aerosol particles studied by vibrational sum frequency generation. Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 117:6589-6601.
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