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Aerosols: When scents influence our climate

Surfactants can cause toxic chemicals in aerosols to last longer in the air

Tiny Yet Hazardous: Aerosols Produced by Contaminated Bubble Bursting Are Far Smaller Than Predicted

Tiny yet hazardous: New study shows aerosols produced by contaminated bubble bursting are far smaller than predicted

NASA and the Italian space agency Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI) are partnering to build and launch the Multi-Angle Imager for Aerosols (MAIA) mission, an effort to investigate the health impacts of tiny airborne particles polluting some of the world’s most populous cities.

New 'whipping jet' sprayer controls how aerosols move

Tiny Aerosols Pose a Big Predicament in a Warming World

Singing Or Wind Instruments - Which Spreads More Aerosols?

The Impact of Aerosols – New Study Corrects Previous Research

Salt in Sea Spray Aerosols Inhibits Lightning during Marine Thunderstorms: Study

Cloud study demystifies impact of aerosols

Music-making and the flow of aerosols

Study reveals that interactions between short-term cooling caused by sulfate aerosols and long-term global warming may have contributed to the end-Permian extinction on land.

Light amplification accelerates chemical reactions in aerosols

Solid aerosols found in Arctic atmosphere could impact cloud formation and climate

Classifying weather to tease out how aerosols influence storms

Science Made Simple: What Are Clouds and Aerosols?

Singing, being male, and being an adult tend to produce more respiratory aerosols, study finds

Tuberculosis, Like Covid, Spreads by Breathing, Scientists Report