Aarhus Centre for Analytical Chemistry, Atmosphere and Climate
We develop and apply chemical analysis methods to investigate
atmospheric processes affecting the Earths climate, focusing on sources, composition and processing of aerosols
chemical composition of bio-oils, to provide chemical process understanding for development of new bio-fuels
March 8, 2017: Mette Johansen passes Master defence
Congratulations to Mette Johansen who successfully finished her Master's degree. Her research looked at the effect of electronic cigarettes on indoor air quality and potential health hazards.
Congratulations and good luck in your future endeavours!
March 7, 2017: New collaborative paper by René Madsen and University of California, Berkeley
René's new paper: "Characterizing Semivolatile Organic Compounds of Biocrude from Hydrothermal Liquefaction of Biomass" has been published in Energy&Fuels. The work was carried out when René visited Allen H. Goldstein's research group in summer 2016. read the paper here:
March 6, 2017: New paper by guest student on bio-crude upgrading
Bo Iversen's group at the Department of Chemistry- Centre for Materials cristallography (CMC) who AC3 collaborates with on hydrothermal liquefaction research hosted the Master student Jinlong Yu from China. His research on catalytic bio-crude upgrading led to the publication "Catalytic hydrotreatment of bio-crude produced from the hydrothermal liquefaction of aspen wood: a catalyst screening and parameter optimization study". read the paper here: http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlehtml/2017/se/c7se00090a