Köhler Theory Analysis (KTA)

References and Other Links

Online Articles:

Padro, L., A. Asa-Awuku, R. Morrison, , and A. Nenes, Inferring Thermodynamic properties from CCN Activation Experiments a). Single and Binary Aerosols, in review


A. Asa-Awuku, A. Nenes, A.P. Sullivan, C.J. Hennigan, R. Weber, Investigation of Molar Volume and Surfactant Characteristics of Water-Soluble Organic Compounds in Biomass Burning Aerosol, in review



1. Corrigan, C. E. and T. Novakov (1999), Cloud condensation nucleus activity of organic compounds: a laboratory study, Atmospheric Environment, 33(17), 2661-2668.

2. Cruz, C. N., and S. N. Pandis (1997), A study of the ability of pure secondary organic aerosol to act as cloud condensation nuclei, Atmospheric Environment, 31(15), 2205-2214.

3. Cruz, C. N., and S. N. Pandis (2000), Deliquescence and hygroscopic growth of mixed inorganic-organic atmospheric aerosol, Environmental Science & Technology, 34, 4313-4319.

4. Facchini, M. C., S. Decesari, M. Mircea, S. Fuzzi, and G. Loglio (2000), Surface tension of atmospheric wet aerosol and cloud/fog droplets in relation to their organic carbon content and chemical composition, Atmospheric Environment, 34, 4853-4857.

5. Facchini, M. C., S. Fuzzi, S. Zappoli, A. Andracchio, A. Gelencser, G. Kiss, Z. Krivacsy, E. Meszaros, H. C. Hansson, T. Alsberg, and Y. Zebuhr (1999a), Partitioning of the organic aerosol component between fog droplets and interstitial air, Journal Of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 104, 26821-26832.

6. Hartz, K. E. H., Tischuk, J. E., Chan, M. N., Chan, C. K., Donahue, N. M., and Pandis, S. N. (2006), Cloud condensation nuclei activation of limited solubility organic aerosol, Atmospheric Environment, 40(4), 605-617.

7. Köhler, H. (1936), The nucleus in and the growth of hygroscopic droplets, Transactions of the Faraday Society, 43, 1152.

8. Raymond, T. R., and S. N. Pandis (2002), Cloud activation of single-component organic aerosol particles, Journal of Geophysical Research.

9. Seinfeld, J. H., and S. N. Pandis (1998), Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics: From Air Pollution to Climate Change, John Wiley & Sons.

10. Turpin, B. J., and Lim, H. J.:  Species contributions to PM2.5 mass concentrations: Revisiting common assumptions for estimating organic mass, Aerosol Sci. Tech., 35, 602-610, 2001.


Go To Previous Page