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Mark Goldman

Education: B.S., UT-Austin 2009, Chemical Engineering

Mark is interested in studying mechanisms governing atmospheric oxidation of organic compounds. His work applies computational software to describe atmospheric conditions. He is developing Reaction Mechanism Generator software, which is primarily used to study high temperature reaction networks, to deal more accurately at lower conditions. Along with oxidation of gas phase particles, he also looks at how the oxidation products form into organic aerosols.

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