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Search Publications by Christina Liaskos

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Stability of gaseous volatile organic compounds contained in gas cylinders with different internal wall treatments

July 29, 2019
George C. Rhoderick, Christina E. Cecelski, Walter R. Miller Jr., David Worton, Sergi Moreno, Paul Brewer, Joele Viallon, Faraz Idrees, Philippe Moussay, Yong D. Kim, Dal H. Kim, Sangil Lee, Annarita Baldan, Jianrong Li
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are a group of gas-phase compounds present in the atmosphere that affect air quality and Earth’s climate. Halocarbons, a subset of this group, are strong greenhouse gases and are linked to stratospheric ozone depletion

CCQM K121 – Monoterpenes in Nitrogen at 2.5 nmol mol-1 Final Report

November 9, 2018
Christina E. Cecelski, George C. Rhoderick, Joseph T. Hodges, Antonio M. Possolo, Cassie A. Goodman, Yong D. Kim, Dal H. Kim, Sangil Lee, Nicholas Allen, Marivon Corbel, David Worton, Richard Brown, Paul Brewer
The growing awareness of climate change, and continuing concerns regarding tropospheric and stratospheric chemistry, will require future measurements and standards for compounds linked to these issues. To monitor and control the emissions of these species

NIST Standards for Measurement, Instrument Calibration, and Quantification of Gaseous Atmospheric Species

March 2, 2018
George C. Rhoderick, Michael E. Kelley, Walter R. Miller Jr., James E. Norris, Jennifer Carney, Lyn Gameson, Christina Cecelski, Cassie Goodman, Abneesh Srivastava, Joseph Hodges
There are many gas species present in the atmosphere that are associated with the earth’s climate. These compounds absorb and emit radiation, a process which is the fundamental cause of the greenhouse effect. The major greenhouse gases in the earth’s