Through novel laboratory and field measurements, we intend to determine the sources, composition, transformation, and fate of atmospheric biogenic and anthropogenic organic gases and particles, which are detrimental to human health, affect the hydrological cycle, and affect the Earth's energy balance.

The Atmospheric Chemistry and Technology (ACT) Lab headed by Professor Brent Williams is located in two brand new buildings (Brauer Hall and Green Hall) on the Danforth Campus of Washington University in St. Louis. The ACT Lab is part of a larger Aerosol Science facility that also includes the research labs of Professors Richard Axelbaum, Pratim Biswas, Rajan Chakrabarty, Rudolf Husar, Elijah Thimsen, and Jay Turner.

 

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Brent J. Williams

PI: Atmospheric Chemistry and Technology Lab
E: brentw@seas.wustl.edu
P: (314) 935-9279
Office: 3026 Brauer Hall

 

ACT Lab: 3032 Brauer Hall/3104 Green Hall
ACT Lab Phone: (314) 935-6967

Mailing Address

Washington University in St. Louis
Dept. of Energy, Env, & Chem Eng
Campus Box 1180
1 Brookings Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63130

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