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Person Details: Jesse H. Kroll

Superfund Research Program

Jesse H. Kroll

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
15 Vassar Street
Bldg 48-331
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139-4307
Phone: 617-253-2409
Email: jhkroll@mit.edu

Projects

Publications

2019

  • Zaytsev A, Breitenlechner M, Koss A, Lim C, Rowe JC, Kroll JH, Keutsch FN. 2019. Using collision-induced dissociation to constrain sensitivity of ammonia chemical ionization mass spectrometry (NH4+ CIMS) to oxygenated volatile organic compounds. Atmos Meas Tech 12:1861-1870. doi:10.5194/amt-12-1861-2019
  • Zaytsev A, Koss A, Breitenlechner M, Krechmer JE, Nihill KJ, Lim C, Rowe JC, Cox JL, Moss JA, Roscioli JR, Canagaratna MR, Worsnop DR, Kroll JH, Keutsch FN. 2019. Mechanistic study of the formation of ring-retaining and ring-opening products from the oxidation of aromatic compounds under urban atmospheric conditions. Atmos Chem Phys 19(23):15117-15129. doi:10.5194/acp-19-15117-2019 (in press)

2018

  • Isaacman-VanWertz G, Massoli P, O'Brien R, Lim C, Franklin JP, Moss JA, Hunter JF, Nowak JB, Canagaratna MR, Misztal PK, Arata C, Roscioli JR, Herndon ST, Onasch TB, Lambe AT, Jayne JT, Su L, Knopf DA, Goldstein AH, Worsnop DR, Kroll JH. 2018. Chemical evolution of atmospheric organic carbon over multiple generations of oxidation. Nat Chem 10(4):462-468. doi:10.1038/s41557-018-0002-2 PMID:29483638 PMCID:PMC6431740
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