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Gregory Michalski

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Assistant Professor
Ph.D., 2003, University of California, San Diego, Chemistry

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Stable isotope biogeochemistry, Nitrogen cycling in aquatic and soil systems, regional air/water pollution, mass-independent isotope effects and their use in paleoclimatology and aerosol chemistry, isotope effects in gas phase reactions, modeling isotopes in atmospheric chemistry.

Selected Publications:

Michalski G.;Bhattacharya,S.K., The role of symmetry in the mass independent isotope effect in ozone. Proceedings of the National Academy of S 2009, 106, 5493-5496.

Michalski,G.,J.G. Bockheim, C. Kendall, and M.Thiemens, Isotopic composition of Antarctic Dry Valley nitrate: Implications for NOy sources and cycling in Antarctica. Geophys.Res.Lett.2005, 32.

Jost,R., G. Michalski, and M. Thiemens, Comparison of rovibronic density of asymmetric versus symmetric NO2 isotopologues at dissociation threshold: Broken symmetry effectsJ. Chem. Phys. 2005, 123.

Chang, C.C.Y., S.R. Silva, C. Kendall, G. Michalski, S. Wankel, and K.L. Casciotti, Preparation and analysis of nitrogen-bearing compounds in water for stable isotope ratio measurement, in Handbook of Stable Isotope. Analytical Techniques, edited by P. A. DeGroot, Elsevier, Amsterdam 2004, 1, 305-347.

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