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Dynamics of Airborne Droplets

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Joint RIG seminar - note unusual time and place

Aerosols and droplets play important roles in atmospheric chemistry and physics, in the delivery of drugs to the lungs, the fabrication of functionalised particles in drop drying, and the atomisation of fuels for combustion. We will review the unique insights into droplet properties and processes that can be gained by studying individual droplets using an array of single particle techniques. In particular, we will use these techniques to explore the dynamics occurring during evaporation/condensation, the relaxation in shape that occurs following the coalescence of particles, and the time-evolving properties of the optical cross-sections of particles.

This talk is part of the Centre for Atmospheric Science seminars, Chemistry Dept. series.

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