Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences

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Panel Discussion: Power Dialog

Panel Discussion: Power Dialog

discussing Colorado's engagement for a clean energy economy in the 21st century

The Power Dialog will support 10,000 students to participate in face-to-face dialog with state-level leaders in all fifty states about what is needed to shift to a clean energy economy. Here in Colorado, the Dialog gives students and community members a voice in critical decisions that will determine their future, and the future of the earth.

PANELISTS:

William S. Becker
Senior Policy Advisor, Center for the New Energy Economy

Suzanne Tegen
National Renewable Energy Laboratory

David Ciplet
Environmental Studies, University of Colorado Boulder

Rosemarie Russo
City of Fort Collins Sustainability Office

Stephanie Malin
Environmental Justice Colorado State University

MODERATORS:

Kristen Averyt
Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences

Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish
CU Environmental Center

location

CIRES Auditorium

resources

Event Type

CSTPR

Amenities

Refreshments provided

2016-04-04
 
Analytical Chemistry Seminar: Shuichi Ushijima

Analytical Chemistry Seminar: Shuichi Ushijima

Analytical & Environmental Chemistry Division and Atmospheric Chemistry Program Seminar

Jointly sponsored by the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, CIRES, and the Environmental Program

Heterogeneous Efflorescence by Mineral Dust Particles
 
by Shuichi Ushijima - Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Colorado Boulder

One of the key factors that determines particle growth and heterogeneous reaction efficiency of aerosols is whether the particle is liquid or solid.  Salt aerosols transition between these phases through efflorescence and deliquescence.  Although homogeneous efflorescence has been studied in detail, heterogeneous efflorescence is not well understood.  Here we examined heterogeneous efflorescence by optically levitating single droplets of salt solutions and exposed the droplet to a flow of mineral dust particles.  The impact of mineral dust on efflorescence and the difference between immersion and contact efflorescence will be discussed.

location

CIRES Fellows Room, Ekeley S274
2016-04-04