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John Plane's Group

Atmospheric and Planetary Chemistry

Prof. John Plane's group is based at the University of Leeds in the School of Chemistry. We show varied research interests with a common aim of understanding the chemistry of planetary atmospheres. Our research span the three branches of atmospheric chemistry: laboratory studies (kinetics and photochemistry), atmospheric measurements (in situ and remote sensing), and modelling. We have led and collaborated in a large number of laboratory, field and modelling UK and international research projects addressing a wide variety of atmospheric chemistry topics ranging from the troposphere to the mesosphere. Information on these topics can be found in the links below.

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April 4th 'Nucleation of nitric acid hydrates in polar stratospheric clouds by meteoric material' - Recently published by Dr. A. D. James in the Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Journal.

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