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2019
Nandy L., Liu S.H, Gunsbury C., Wang X.F, Pendergraft M.A, Prather KA, Dutcher C.S.  2019.  Multistep phase transitions in sea surface microlayer droplets and aerosol mimics using microfluidic wells. 3:1260-1267.
2018
Liu J., Dedrick J., Russell LM, Senum G.I, Uin J., Kuang C.G, Springston S.R, Leaitch WR, Aiken A.C, Lubin D..  2018.  High summertime aerosol organic functional group concentrations from marine and seabird sources at Ross Island, Antarctica, during AWARE. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:8571-8587.
Chen C.L, Chen S.J, Russell LM, Liu J., Price D.J, Betha R., Sanchez K.J, Lee A.KY, Williams L., Collier S.C et al..  2018.  Organic aerosol particle chemical properties associated with residential burning and fog in wintertime San Joaquin Valley (Fresno) and with vehicle and firework emissions in summertime South Coast Air Basin (Fontana). Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 123:10707-10731.
Leaitch WR, Russell LM, Liu J., Kolonjari F., Toom D., Huang L., Sharma S., Chivulescu A., Veber D., Zhang W.D.  2018.  Organic functional groups in the submicron aerosol at 82.5 degrees N, 62.5 degrees W from 2012 to 2014. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18:3269-3287.
2017
Sultana C.M, Collins DB, Prather KA.  2017.  Effect of structural heterogeneity in chemical composition on online single-particle mass spectrometry analysis of sea spray aerosol particles. Environmental Science & Technology. 51:3660-3668.
Estillore A.D, Morris H.S, Or V.W, Lee H.D, Alves M.R, Marciano M.A, Laskina O., Qin Z., Tivanski A.V, Grassian VH.  2017.  Linking hygroscopicity and the surface microstructure of model inorganic salts, simple and complex carbohydrates, and authentic sea spray aerosol particles. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 19:21101-21111.
2014
Guzman-Morales J., Frossard AA, Corrigan A.L, Russell LM, Liu S, Takahama S, Taylor J.W, Allan J., Coe H., Zhao Y. et al..  2014.  Estimated contributions of primary and secondary organic aerosol from fossil fuel combustion during the CalNex and Cal-Mex campaigns. Atmospheric Environment. 88:330-340.
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.
Frossard AA, Russell LM, Burrows S.M, Elliott S.M, Bates T.S, Quinn P.K.  2014.  Sources and composition of submicron organic mass in marine aerosol particles. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 119:12977-13003.
2013
Gaston C.J, Quinn P.K, Bates T.S, Gilman J.B, Bon D.M, Kuster W.C, Prather KA.  2013.  The impact of shipping, agricultural, and urban emissions on single particle chemistry observed aboard the R/V Atlantis during CalNex. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 118:5003-5017.
Ahlm L, Shakya KM, Russell LM, Schroder JC, Wong JPS, Sjostedt SJ, Hayden KL, Liggio J, Wentzell JJB, Wiebe HA et al..  2013.  Temperature-dependent accumulation mode particle and cloud nuclei concentrations from biogenic sources during WACS 2010. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 13:3393-3407.
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