Claudia Mohr

Associate professor
Room: V201
Phone: +46 8 674 7549
Claudia.Mohr@aces.su.se

My research

“We may, however, look to the experiments for facts from which to reason, and for processes which will enable us to understand the grander workings of nature.”

John Aitken, “On dust, fogs, and clouds”, Nature, 1880

My main research interest are atmospheric aerosols: Tiny airborne particles with huge impacts on climate and air quality – two topics that are of imminent importance for society and the environment. Aerosols are at the interface of the different spheres of the planet and the different phases in the atmosphere, and thus key to understanding biogeochemical processes. The characterization of the chemical composition of (organic) aerosol particles and organic trace gases by means of advanced mass spectrometric techniques, and the investigation of their sources, formation and transformation processes, and fate in the atmosphere in the field and laboratory, lie at the heart of my research.

Latest scientific papers

Insights into the molecular composition of semi-volatile aerosols in the summertime central Arctic Ocean using FIGAERO-CIMS

Siegel, K.; Karlsson, L.; Zieger, P.; Baccarini, A.; Schmale, J.; Lawler, M.; Salter, M.; Leck, C.; Ekman, A.; Riipinen, I.; Mohr, C.
2021 | Environ. Sci. Atmos. | 1 (4) (161-175)

When science and politics come together: From depletion to recovery of the stratospheric ozone hole This article belongs to Ambio’s 50th Anniversary Collection. Theme: Ozone Layer

2021 | Ambio | 50 (1) (31-34)

Physical and chemical properties of aerosol particles and cloud residuals on Mt. Åreskutan in Central Sweden during summer 2014

Emelie Linnéa Graham; Paul Zieger; Claudia Mohr; Ulla Wideqvist; Tabea Hennig; Annica M. L. Ekman; Radovan Krejci; Johan Ström; lona Riipinen
2020 | Tellus Ser. B-Chem. Phys. Meteorol. | 72 (1) (1-16)

Composition and volatility of secondary organic aerosol (SOA) formed from oxidation of real tree emissions compared to simplified volatile organic compound (VOC) systems

Ylisirnio, A; Buchholz, A; Mohr, C; Li, ZJ; Barreira, L; Lambe, A; Faiola, C; Kari, E; Yli-Juuti, T; Nizkorodov, SA; Worsnop, DR; Virtanen, A; Schobesberger, S
2020 | Atmos. Chem. Phys. | 20 (9) (5629-5644)

Open questions on atmospheric nanoparticle growth

Yli-Juuti, T; Mohr, C; Riipinen, I
2020 | COMMUNICATIONS CHEMISTRY | 3 (1)

All publications

Atmospheric Science

The life cycle and impact of tiny atmospheric particles known as aerosols – both indoors as well as outdoors.