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Research & Services | Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratory

Luria Menachem, HUJI, Faculty of Science, The Institute of Earth Sciences

Categories

Atmospheric trace gases, air pollution, tropospheric ozone chemistry

Objective/function

The Atmospheric Pollutant Laboratory focuses on the fields of:

  • Chemical transformation of atmospheric trace gases emitted from natural and anthropogenic sources
  • Long-range transport of atmospheric pollutants
  • Urban air quality

Research provided

The laboratory is currently researching:

Influence of reactive halogen compounds on tropospheric ozone chemistry

  • Ozone formation in the urbane plume of metropolitan areas
  • Long-range and trans-boundary transport of air pollution
  • OA & QC of air quality data

Advantages

  • The Atmospheric Pollutant Laboratory is staffed by experienced, knowledgeable researchers with access to state-of-the-art equipment and technology for air pollution monitoring

Client record

  • Association of towns for environmental protection
  • Ministry of Environmental Protection
  • Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare

Available equipment

  • Fully equipped mobile air-quality laboratory 
  • High-sensitivity scale for aerosol monitoring

Staff

  • Menachem Luria, PhD
  • Mordechai Peleg, PhD
  • Valeri Matveev, PhD
  • Vadra Berlin, BA

Contact

Contact for more information:

Itzik Goldwaser
VP, Head of Research Collaborations
+972-2-6586685
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