Matthew S. Johnson
Matthew S. Johnson
Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen
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Photodegradation of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in Water Treatment Using Carbonaceous-TiO2 Composites: A Critical Review of Recent Literature
D Awfa, M Ateia, M Fujii, MS Johnson, C Yoshimura
Water Research 142, 26-45, 2018
DRIFTS and Knudsen cell study of the heterogeneous reactivity of SO2 and NO2 on mineral dust
M Ullerstam, MS Johnson, R Vogt, E Ljungström
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 3, 2043-2051, 2003
Geological sulfur isotopes indicate elevated OCS in the Archean atmosphere, solving faint young sun paradox
Y Ueno, MS Johnson, SO Danielache, C Eskebjerg, A Pandey, N Yoshida
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (35), 14784-14789, 2009
The fate of mercury in Arctic terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, a review
TA Douglas, LL Loseto, RW Macdonald, P Outridge, A Dommergue, ...
Environmental Chemistry 9 (4), 321-355, 2012
Vibrational spectrum of I−(H 2 O)
MS Johnson, KT Kuwata, CK Wong, M Okumura
Chemical Physics Letters 260 (5), 551-557, 1996
High‐precision spectroscopy of 32S, 33S, and 34S sulfur dioxide: Ultraviolet absorption cross sections and isotope effects
SO Danielache, C Eskebjerg, MS Johnson, Y Ueno, N Yoshida
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 113 (D17), 2008
Advances in Quantum Chemistry: Applications of Theoretical Methods to Atmospheric Science
JR Sabin, EJ Brandas, ME Goodsite, MS Johnson
Academic Press 55, 500, 2008
Vibrational spectroscopy of NO+ (H2O) n: Evidence for the intracluster reaction NO+ (H2O) n→ H3O+ (H2O) n− 2 (HONO) at n≥ 4
JH Choi, KT Kuwata, BM Haas, Y Cao, MS Johnson, M Okumura
The Journal of Chemical Physics 100 (10), 7153-7165, 1994
Global concentrations of gaseous elemental mercury and reactive gaseous mercury in the marine boundary layer
AL Soerensen, H Skov, DJ Jacob, BT Soerensen, MS Johnson
Environmental science & technology 44 (19), 7425-7430, 2010
On the performance of quantum chemical methods to predict solvatochromic effects: The case of acrolein in aqueous solution
K Aidas, A Møgelhøj, EJK Nilsson, MS Johnson, KV Mikkelsen, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 128 (19), 194503, 2008
Modeling the degradation and disinfection of water pollutants by photocatalysts and composites: A critical review
M Ateia, MG Alalm, D Awfa, MS Johnson, C Yoshimura
Science of the Total Environment 698, 134197, 2019
Photolysis of nitrous oxide isotopomers studied by time-dependent hermite propagation
MS Johnson, GD Billing, A Gruodis, MHM Janssen
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 105 (38), 8672-8680, 2001
Carbon dioxide photolysis from 150 to 210 nm: Singlet and triplet channel dynamics, UV-spectrum, and isotope effects
JA Schmidt, MS Johnson, R Schinke
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (44), 17691-17696, 2013
Global modeling of the isotopic analogues of N2O: Stratospheric distributions, budgets, and the 17O–18O mass‐independent anomaly
CA McLinden, MJ Prather, MS Johnson
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 108 (D8), 2003
Isotopic processes in atmospheric chemistry
MS Johnson, KL Feilberg, P von Hessberg, OJ Nielsen
Chemical Society Reviews 31 (6), 313-323, 2002
Filtration efficiency of an electrostatic fibrous filter: Studying filtration dependency on ultrafine particle exposure
SR Ardkapan, M Johnson, S Yazdi, A Afshari, NC Bergsøe
Journal of Aerosol Science 72, 14-20, 2014
Analysis of the ultraviolet absorption cross sections of six isotopically substituted nitrous oxide species using 3D wave packet propagation
S Nanbu, MS Johnson
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 108 (41), 8905-8913, 2004
UV and IR absorption cross-sections of HCHO, HCDO, and DCDO
A Gratien, E Nilsson, JF Doussin, MS Johnson, CJ Nielsen, Y Stenstrøm, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 111 (45), 11506-11513, 2007
A photochemical reactor for studies of atmospheric chemistry
EJK Nilsson, C Eskebjerg, MS Johnson
Atmospheric Environment 43 (18), 3029-3033, 2009
Relative reaction rates of HCHO, HCDO, DCDO, H13CHO, and HCH18O with OH, Cl, Br, and NO3 radicals
KL Feilberg, MS Johnson, CJ Nielsen
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 108 (36), 7393-7398, 2004
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