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Emily Burrell


Emily Burrell

2 East South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401



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Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Years at Knox: 2022 to present

Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry, 2019, Brigham Young University
B.S., Chemistry, 2011, Brigham Young University

Teaching Interests
Analytical and physical chemistry; atmospheric chemistry

Selected Professional Accomplishments

Burrell, E.; Kar, T.; Hansen, J.C.; (2019) Computational study of the thermodynamics of new particle formation initiated by complexes of H2SO4-H2O-NHx, CH3SO3H-H2O-NHx, and HO2-H2O-NHx. ACS Earth Space Chem. DOl:10.1021/acsearthspaceche.9b00120.

Kumar, M.; Burrell,E.; Hansen, J.C.; Francisco J. (2019) Molecular Insights into Organic Particulate Formation ChemComm (accepted).

Shirts, R.B., Kumbhani, S.R., Burrell, E.; Hansen, J.C(2018) An improved model to calculate equilibrium constants for formation of peroxy radical-water complexes Theor Chem Ace 137, 96-110.

Burrell, E.B. Computational and Experimental Study of the Kinetics and Thermodynamics of New Particle Formation. Presented at the 2018 BYU Student Research Conference.

Burrell, E.B. Particles: The Source of the Problem. Presented at the 2018 BYU Three Minute Thesis.

Professional Affiliations
American Chemical Society (ACS)
Air and Waste Management Association (A&WMA)
Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS)

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