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An inversion method for polarity distribution of atmospheric water-soluble organic matter. Aerosol Science and Technology.. 2020.
Estimation of Metal Emissions From Tropical Peatland Burning in Indonesia by Controlled Laboratory Experiments. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.. 2019.
New estimate of particulate emissions from Indonesian peat fires in 2015. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 19:11105-11121.. 2019.
Polarity-Dependent Chemical Characteristics of Water-Soluble Organic Matter from Laboratory-Generated Biomass-Burning Revealed by 1-Octanol-Water Partitioning. Environmental Science and Technology. 53(14). 2019.
A Significant Portion of Water-Soluble Organic Matter in Fresh Biomass Burning Particles Does Not Contribute to Hygroscopic Growth: An Application of Polarity Segregation by 1-Octanol-Water Partitioning Method. Environmental Science and Technology. 53(17):10034-10042.. 2019.
Constraining the Emission of Particulate Matter From Indonesian Peatland Burning Using Continuous Observation Data. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 123(17):9828-9842.. 2018.
Dominant contribution of oxygenated organic aerosol to haze particles from real-time observation in Singapore during an Indonesian wildfire event in 2015. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18(22):16481-16498.. 2018.
Secondary aerosol formation promotes water uptake by organic-rich wildfire haze particles in equatorial Asia. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18(11):7781-7798.. 2018.
1-octanol-water partitioning as a classifier of water soluble organic matters: Implication for solubility distribution. Aerosol Science and Technology. 51(5):602-613.. 2017.
Light-Absorbing Brown Carbon Aerosol Constituents from Combustion of Indonesian Peat and Biomass. Environmental Science and Technology. 51(8):4415-4423.. 2017.
Temperature and burning history affect emissions of greenhouse gases and aerosol particles from tropical peatland fire. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 122:1218-1292.. 2017.
Water uptake by fresh Indonesian peat burning particles is limited by water-soluble organic matter. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17(18):11591-11604.. 2017.