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Scholarly Works

Nathan Eddingsaas
Assistant Professor

2018 Submissions

Journal Paper

Eddingsaas, Nathan, et al. "Qualitative Analysis of E-Liquid Emissions as a Function of Flavor Additives Using Two Aerosol Capture Methods." International Journal of Environmental Research and Publick Health 15. (2018): 323. Print. *

Robinson, Risa J., et al. "A Framework to Investigate the Impact of Topography and Product Characteristics on Electronic Cigarette Emissions." PLOS One 13. 11 (2018): e0206341. Web. *

Suslick, Kenneth S, et al. "The Chemical History of a Bubble." Accounts of Chemical Research 51. 9 (2018): 2169-2178. Print. *

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation

Wilcop, Mary, Jonathan Thornton, and Nathan Eddingsaas. "Cosmetics as Artifacts: The Analysis and Conservation of a 1930s Theatrical Makeup Kit." Proceedings of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works 46th Annual Meeting. Ed. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. Houston, Texas: n.p.. *

2016 Submissions

Journal Paper

Eddingsaas, Nathan C., et al. "Variation in pH of Model Secondary Organic Aerosol during Liquid-Liquid Phase Separation." Journal of Physical Chemistry A 120. 18 (2016): 2868--2876. Print. *

Eddingsaas, Nathan C., et al. "Variation in pH of Model Secondary Organic Aerosol during Liquid-Liquid Phase Separation." Journal of Physical Chemistry A. (2016): 1-9. Web. *

Book Chapter

Eddingsaas, Nathan C. "Mechanoluminescence Induced by Acoustic Cavitation." Triboluminescence - Theory, Synthesis, and Applications. Ed. David O. Olawale. : Springer, 2016. 1-454. Web. *

Eddingsaas, Nathan C. "Mechanoluminescence Induced by Acoustic Cavitation." Triboluminescence - Theory, Synthesis, and Applications. Ed. David O. Olawale. : Springer, 2016. 237--271. Print. *

2014 Submissions

Journal Paper

Dodson, Leah G., et al. "VUV Photoionization Cross Sections of HO2, H2O2, and H2CO." Journal of Physical Chemistry A. (2014): Accepted. Print. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Eddingsaas, Nathan C. "Acidic Atmospheric Aerosols: Chemical Composition and Liquid-Liquid Phase Separation." Seminar. Department of Chemistry, SUNY ESF. Syracuse, NY. 12 Sep. 2014. Guest Lecture.

2013 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Eddingsaas, Nathan C. "Formation of Low Vapor Pressure Compounds in Atmospheric Aerosols: Mechanism of Organosulfate Formation." 245th ACS National Meeting. American Chemical Society. New Orleans, LA. 7 Apr. 2013. Conference Presentation.