Jianqi’s paper ‘Oxidative potential of solvent-extractable organic matter of ambient total suspended particulate in Bangkok, Thailand‘ has been accepted for publication in Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts. This is the second contribution from Jiaqi on ROS in Thailand aerosols. We are to continue with it. Congratulations!
There are 5 new doctors （李启虔、姜鸿兴、胡蓓蓓、王嘉琦、徐步青）and 2 new Masters （张庆、许文丽）graduated from the group this term. On July 12, we had a special dinner celebrating their success in pursuing their degrees. Lots of spirit, beer and wine in the evening. We wish them a prosperous and happy future!
I wrote a poem for Jiaqi upon her request, and would like to refer it to all the graduated students, no matter where you boys and girls are going. Enjoy life and good luck!
Tang Jiao and Jiaqi’s paper ‘Long emission-wavelength chromophores dominate the light absorption
of brown carbon in Aerosols over Bangkok: impact from biomass burning’ was accepted for publication in ACP. This has been a team work, along with help from Dr Surat Bualert of Kasetsart University of Thailand, whose team looked after the year-round sampling. Congratulations!