Jun Matsumoto's Laboratory, Faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University. 本文へジャンプ


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We are interested in atmospheric pollutants and tracers as follows:
a) Tropospheric ozone (photochemical oxidants);
b) Precursors of tropospheric ozone (eg. NOx, VOC, atmospheric radicals),
c) Particulate matters (eg. PM2.5, particulate organic nitrates).
Tracers are investigated via laboratory studies and ambient observations. Especially, sensitive analyzers of NOx (NO, NO2) and related species have been developed. We are challenging to capture the behaviours of atmospheric species in order to know photochemical reactions in the troposphere.  

<HOT NEWS!> March 27, 2018

Publication 48: J.Matsumoto, "Measurement of atmospheric total organic nitrates at a suburban site in Tokorozawa, Saitama, in sumer", J. Jpn. Soc. Atmos. Environ., 53, 1-12 (2018). [in Japanese] doi: 10.11298/taiki.53.1.

The 2017 Waseda Research Award (High-Impact Publication Category)
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Seminar at University of Birmingham (25 October 2017)
   "A progress report on comprehensive measurement of biogenic volatile organic compounds as total ozone reactivity"

Poster Presentation: JpGU-AGU joint meeting 2017 (24 May 2018, Chiba, Japan)
   "Response of total ozone reactivity analyzer to mixture of gaseous isoprene and NO"

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