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Title
Data from: Lab on a Tip: Atomic Force Microscopy - Photothermal Infrared Spectroscopy of Atmospherically Relevant Organic/Inorganic Aerosol Particles in the Nanometer to Micrometer Size Range
Creator
Grassian, Vicki H
Date Created and/or Issued
Time period of project: 2017-09-01 to 2018-01-26
Contributing Institution
UC San Diego, Library, Research Data Curation Program
Collection
Center for Aerosol Impacts on Chemistry of the Environment (CAICE)
Rights Information
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Description
Publication abstract: New developments in nanoscale analytical techniques have paved the way for detailed spectroscopic and microscopic measurements of substrate-deposited aerosol particles on a single particle basis. Atomic force microscopy based photothermal infrared (AFM-PTIR) spectroscopy is a technique that combines the nanometer spatial resolution of AFM with the chemical analysis capabilities of vibrational spectroscopy. Herein we demonstrate the capability of AFM-PTIR to investigate single and multi-component systems comprised of inorganic salts and organic compounds relevant to the atmosphere. Chemical and microscopic characterization of particles as small as 50 nm in diameter is shown. Moreover, single particle data as a function of relative humidity using this technique is shown for the first time. These new measurements as a function of relative humidity allow for the simultaneous and independent acquisition of photothermal IR spectra, contact resonance frequency shifts, and water uptake growth factors, providing insight on changes in the composition, stiffness, and size of the particles, respectively. These results lay the foundation for more detailed AFM-PTIR studies of multicomponent aerosol particles under a range of environmental conditions.
Research Data Curation Program, UC San Diego, La Jolla, 92093-0175 (https://lib.ucsd.edu/rdcp)
Or, Victor W.; Estillore, Armando D.; Tivanski, Alexei V.; Grassian, Vicki H. (2018). Data from: Lab on a Tip: Atomic Force Microscopy - Photothermal Infrared Spectroscopy of Atmospherically Relevant Organic/Inorganic Aerosol Particles in the Nanometer to Micrometer Size Range. In Center for Aerosol Impacts on Chemistry of the Environment (CAICE). UC San Diego Library Digital Collections. https://doi.org/10.6075/J0F47MBF
Or, Victor, W., Estillore, Armando, D., Tivanski, Alexei, V., Grassian, Vicki, H., Lab on a Tip: Atomic Force Microscopy - Photothermal Infrared Spectroscopy of Atmospherically Relevant Organic/Inorganic Aerosol Particles in the Nanometer to Micrometer Size Range, Analyst, accepted. https://doi.org/10.1039/C8AN00171E
Type
Dataset
Language
English
Subject
Aerosol particles
Atomic force microscopy based photothermal infrared spectroscopy (AFM-PTIR)
Atomic force microscopy based infrared spectroscopy (AFM-IR)
Hygroscopicity
Photothermal induced resonance (PTIR)

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