Annalise Van Wyngarden
Physical and Atmospheric Chemistry
Postdoctoral Fellow 2006 - 2009, NASA Ames Research Center,
Moffett Field, CA
Ph.D. Chemistry, 2006, University of California, Berkeley, CA
B.S. Chemistry, 2000, Hope College, Holland, MI
B.A. Spanish, 2000, Hope College, Holland, MI
Effects of organic chemistry on the climate-changing properties of atmospheric aerosols.
- Formation and optical properties of organic coatings on atmospheric aerosols (especially in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere).
- Chemical transformations in aerosols during cloud formation and evaporation.
- Photochemistry of organics in aerosols.
- M. J. Perri, A. L. Van Wyngarden, J. J. Lin, Y. T. Lee, K. A. Boering. “ Energy dependence of oxygen isotope exchange and quenching inthe O( 1D) + CO 2 reaction: A crossed molecular beam study,”Journal of Physical ChemistryA 108 (39): 7995-8001, 2004.
- M. J. Perri, A. L. Van Wyngarden, K. A. Boering, J. J. Lin, Y. T. Lee. “ Dynamics of the O( 1D) + CO 2 oxygen isotope exchange reaction,”Journal of Chemical Physics 119 (16): 8213-8216, 2003.
- S. Van den Berghe, M. Verwerft, J. P. Laval, B. Gaudreau, P. G. Allen, A. Van Wyngarden.“The local uranium environment in cesiumuranates: A combined XPS, XAS, XRD, and neutron diffraction analysis,”Journal of Solid State Chemistry166 (2): 320-329, 2002.
- G. F. Peaslee, D. A. Carlson, E. C. Hansen, S. S. Hendrickson, R. J. Timmer, A. L. Van Wyngarden, J. D. Wilcox. “A comparison between PIXE studies and electron microprobe studies of rocks from southern India,” Applications of Accelerators in Research and Industry: AIP Conference Proceedings 475 (1): 456-9, 1999.