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Junior Professorship Atmospheric Chemistry - Prof. Dr. Anke Nölscher

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Sarmite Kernchen: Theses supervised

Bachelor's Theses
Pia Goecke Investigating microplastics in the atmosphere around a point source in Bayreuth

The plastic production has increased exponentially in the last 70 years. Not only for packaging, but also in clothes, paints and health care products the use of different polymers plays an important role. While the transport and accumulation of microplastics (MPs) in water is already well investigated, we still know little about MPs in the atmosphere. Therefore, this Bachelor thesis studies the distribution of airborne microplastic particle deposition around a point source in Bayreuth.

Supervisor: Anke Nölscher, Sarmite Kernchen
Sophia Schmidt-Rohr (2016) Effect of FeSO4-containing droplets on secondary organic aerosol formation in flow reactor experiments

BSc-Arbeit, Universität Bayreuth, 30 S. more

Supervisor: Sarmite Kernchen, Andreas Held
Julian Simon (2015) Atmosphärische Konzentration organischer Säuren im Fichtelgebirge des Sommers 2014

BSc-Arbeit, Universität Bayreuth, 47 S.

Supervisor: Sarmite Kernchen, Andreas Held

Master's Theses
Agneta Runkel (2018) Organic acids in the atmosphere: an HPLC analysis of fog and precipitation

MSc-Arbeit, Universität Bayreuth, 64 S.

Supervisor: Sarmite Kernchen, Andreas Held
Johanne Bohl (2016) Aerosol source apportionment in NE Bavaria using organic markers analyzed by HPLC-DAD-MS

MSc-Arbeit, Universität Bayreuth, 52 S.

Supervisor: Sarmite Kernchen, Andreas Held
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