Laboratory Measurement and Models of Photoabsorption Cross Sections Laboratory Measurements and Models of Photoabsorption Cross Sections in the Ultraviolet & Planetary Atmospheres Applications The CoI (Lyons) will participate in photolysis experiments on CO2, and will lead the modeling and interpretation of these experiments. The experiments will be carried out at the Soleil synchrotron, and will focus on the production of oxygen isotope signatures during photolysis at several wavelengths. Analysis of the O2 and CO photochemical products will be made at isotope laboratories in Germany and the Netherlands. This work is important to understanding oxygen isotope signatures in the atmospheres of Mars and the early Earth.
|Effective start/end date||3/1/13 → 2/28/16|
- National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA): $65,096.00
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