Publications

Refereed and Invited Publications

Numbers in braces {#} signify the number of Web of Knowledge citations to each article as of January 2020.
 
226. {1} Wexler, A.S., Raoult was Right After All. ACS Omega 4:12848−12852, 2019, DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.9b01707.

225. {1} Asadi, S., A.S. Wexler, C.D. Cappa, S. Barreda, N. Bouvier, and W. Ristenpart, Aerosol emission and superemission during human speech increase with voice loudness. Sci. Reports 9.1 (2019): 2348.

224. {2} Takahama, S., A.M. Dillner, A.T. Weakley, M. Reggente, C. Bürki, M. Lbadaoui-Darvas, B. Debus, A. Kuzmiakova, and A.S. Wexler. Atmospheric particulate matter characterization by Fourier Transform Infrared spectroscopy: a review of statistical calibration strategies for carbonaceous aerosol quantification in US measurement networks. Atmos. Meas. Tech. amt-2018-70.

223. {0} William, R., R. Duvall, Kilaru, G. Hagler, L. Hassinger, K. Benedict, J. Rice, A. Kaufman, V. R. Judge, G. Pierce, G. Allen, M. Bergin, R. C. Cohen, P. Fransioli, M. Gerboles, R. Habre, M. Hannigan, D. Jack, P. Louie, N. Martin, M. Penza, A. Polidori, R. 6 Subramanian, K. Ray, J. Schauer, E. Seto, G. Thurston, J. Turner, A. S. Wexler, Z. Ning. Deliberating performance targets workshop: potential paths for emerging air sensor progress. Atmos. Environ. X 100031, 2019.

222. {0} Jin, D., A.S. Wexler, M.-N. Chan, L. Li, Z. Zhou and X. Li, Characterization of size distribution and chemical composition of exhaled particles by using single particle aerosol mass spectrometry, Journal of Instrument Analysis 37:906-912, 2018.

221. {2} Toribio, A.R., N.L. Prisle, and A.S. Wexler, Statistical Mechanics of Multilayer Sorption: Surface Concentration Modeling and XPS Measurement. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 9:1461-1464, 2018.

220. {3} Weakley, A.T., S. Takahama, A.S. Wexler & A.M. Dillner, Ambient Aerosol Composition by Infrared Spectroscopy and Partial Least Squares in the Chemical Speciation Network: Multilevel Modeling for Elemental Carbon. Aerosol Sci Tech. 52:6, 642-654, 2018. DOI: 10.1080/02786826.2018.1439571

219. {0} Islam, A., M.J. Oldham, A.S. Wexler. Comparison of Manual and Automated Measurements of Tracheobronchial Airway Geometry in Three Balb/c Mice. Anat. Rec. 300(11):2046-2057, 2017. DOI: 10.1002/ar.23624.

218. {5} Marsh, D., D. Postnov, D.J. Rowland, A.S. Wexler, O. Sosnovtseva, and N.-H. Holstein-Rathlou, Architecture of the rat nephron-arterial network: analysis with micro computed tomography. Am. J. Physiol. – Renal (2017): ajprenal-00092.

217. {11} Broche, L., G. Perchiazzi, L. Porra, A. Tannoia, M. Pellegrini, S. Derosa, A. Sindaco, J.B. Borges, L. Degrugilliers, A. Larsson, G. Hedenstierna, A.S. Wexler, A. Bravin, S. Verbanck, B.J. Smith, J.H.T. Bates, and S.Bayat, Dynamic Mechanical Interactions between Neighboring Airspaces Determine Cyclic Opening and Closure in Injured Lung. Acta Physiologica 217:141, 2016.

216. {0} Zhao, Y., A.S. Wexler, F. Haas, Y. Pan, and F.M. Mitloehner. Detecting Nitrous Oxide in Complex Mixtures using FTIR Spectroscopy: Silage gas. J. Environ. Protection 7: 1719-1729, 2016.

215. {1} Venecek, M.A., Y. Zhao, J. Mojica, C.E. McDade, P.G. Green, M.J. Kleeman and A.S. Wexler, Characterization of the 8-Stage Rotating Drum Impactor under Low Concentration Conditions. J. Aerosol Sci. 100:140-154, 2016.

214. {28} Cappa, C.D., S. H. Jathar, M. J. Kleeman, K. S. Docherty, J. L. Jimenez, J. H. Seinfeld, and A. S. Wexler, Simulating Secondary Organic Aerosol in a Regional Air Quality Model Using the Statistical Oxidation Model — Part 2: Assessing the Influence of Vapor Wall Losses. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 16:3041-3059, 2016.

213. {20} Hoyle, C.R., C. Fuchs, E. Järvinen, H. Saathoff, A. Dias, I. El Haddad, M. Gysel, S.C. Coburn, J. Tröstl, A.-K. Bernhammer, F. Bianchi, M. Breitenlechner, J.C. Corbin, J. Craven, N.M. Donahue, J. Duplissy, S. Ehrhart, C. Frege, H. Gordon, N. Höppel, M. Heinritzi, T.B. Kristensen, U. Molteni, L. Nichman, T. Pinterich, A.S.H. Prevot, M. Simon, J.G. Slowik, G. Steiner, A. Tomé, A.L. Vogel, R. Volkamer, A.C. Wagner, R. Wagner, A.S. Wexler, C. Williamson, P.M. Winkler, C. Yan, A. Amorim, J. Dommen, J. Curtius, M.W. Gallagher, R.C. Flagan, A. Hansel, J. Kirkby, O. Möhler, F. Stratmann, D. Worsnop, and U. Baltensperger, Aqueous phase oxidation of sulphur dioxide by ozone in cloud droplets. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 16:1693-1712, 2016.

212. {17} Jathar, S.H., C.D. Cappa, A.S. Wexler, J.H. Seinfeld, and M.J. Kleeman, Simulating Secondary Organic Aerosol in a Regional Air Quality Model Using the Statistical Oxidation Model: 1. Assessing the Influence of Constrained Multi-generational Ageing. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 15:25837–25872, 2015.

211. {10} DePalma, J.; J. Wang, A.S. Wexler, M.V. Johnston, Growth of Ammonium Bisulfate Clusters by Adsorption of Oxygenated Organic Molecules. J. Phys. Chem. A 119:11191–11198, 2015.

210. {0} Bein, K.J., Y. Zhao and A.S. Wexler, Retrospective Source Attribution for Source-Oriented Sampling and Toxicity. Atmos. Environ. 119:228-239, 2015.

209. {9} Plummer, L.E., C.M. Carosino, K.J. Bein, Y. Zhao, A.S. Wexler, and K.E. Pinkerton, Pulmonary inflammatory effects of source-oriented particulate matter from California’s San Joaquin Valley. Atmos. Environ. 119:174-181, 2015.

208. {0} Boyer, H., A.S. Wexler, and C.S. Dutcher. Parameter Interpretation and Reduction for a Unified Statistical Mechanical Surface Tension Model. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. B 6:3384−3389, 2015.

207. {17} Jathar, S.H., C. D. Cappa, A. S. Wexler, J. H. Seinfeld, and M. J. Kleeman, Multi-generational Oxidation Model to Simulate Secondary Organic Aerosol in a 3D Air Quality Model. Geoscientific Model Development 8:2553-2567, 2015.

206. {19} Javed, W., A.S. Wexler, G. Murtaza, and H.R. Ahmad, Spatial, temporal and size distribution of particulate matter and its chemical constituents in Faisalabad, Pakistan. Atmósfera 28:99-116, 2015.

205. {12} Ohm, P., C. Asato, A.S. Wexler, C.S. Dutcher, An Isotherm-Based Thermodynamic Model for Electrolyte and Non-Electrolyte Solutions, incorporating Long- and Short-Range Electrostatic Interactions. J. Phys. Chem. 119:3244-3252, 2015.

204. {16} Bein, K.J. and A.S. Wexler, Compositional Variance in Extracted Particulate Matter using Different Filter Extraction Techniques. Atmos. Environ. 107:24-34, 2015.

203. {24} Carosino, C.M., K.J. Bein, L.E. Plummer, A. Castaneda, Y.J. Zhou, A.S. Wexler, and K.E. Pinkerton, Allergic Airway Inflammation is Differentially Exacerbated by Temporal and Seasonal Ambient Particles: Heme Oxygenase-1 as an Acute Biomarker. J. Toxicol. Environ. Health A 78:254-266, 2015.

202. {41} Charrier, J.G., N.K. Richards-Henderson, K.J. Bein, A.S. McFall, A.S. Wexler, and C. Anastasio, Oxidant production from source-oriented particulate matter Part 1: Oxidative potential using the dithiothreitol (DTT) assay. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 15:2327-2340, 2015.

201. {26} Van Winkle, L.S., K.J. Bein, D.S. Anderson, K.E. Pinkerton, F. Tablin, D.W. Wilson, A.S. Wexler, Biological dose response to PM2.5: Effect of particle extraction method on platelet and lung responses. Tox. Sci. doi: 10.1093/toxsci/kfu230, 2014.

200. {1} Halloran, S.K., A. S. Wexler and W. D. Ristenpart, Turbulent dispersion via fan-generated flows. Physics of Fluids. 26, 055114, 2014.

199. {3} Zhao, Y., S.S. Cliff, A.S. Wexler, W. Javed, K. Perry, Y. Pan, and F.M. Mitloehner, Measurements of Size- and Time-resolved Elemental Concentrations at a California Dairy Farm. Atmospheric Environment 94:773-781, 2014.

198. {17} Bein, K.J. and A.S. Wexler, A High-Efficiency, Low-Bias Method for Extracting Particulate Matter from Filter and Impactor Substrates. Atmos. Environ. 90:87-95, 2014.

197. {10} Chua, B., A.S. Wexler, N.C. Tien, D.A. Niemeier, and B.A. Holmen, Collection of Liquid Phase Particles by Microfabricated Electrostatic Precipitator. J. Microelectromechanical Systems, 22:1010-1019, 2013.

196. {1} Engel, D., M. Hummel, F. Hoepel, K.J. Bein, A.S. Wexler, C.A. Garth, B. Hamann, and H. Hagen, Towards High-dimensional Data Analysis in Air Quality Research, Computer Graphics Forum, 32:101-110, 2013.

195. {18} Wang, J. and A.S. Wexler, Adsorption of organic molecules may explain growth of newly nucleated clusters and new particle formation. Geophys. Res. Lett. 40:2834-2838, 2013.

194. {23} Dutcher, C.S., X. Ge, A.S. Wexler, and S.L. Clegg, An Isotherm-Based Thermodynamic Model of Multicomponent Aqueous Solutions, Applicable over the Entire Concentration Range. J. Phys. Chem. A 3198-3213, 2013.

193. {14} Wexler, A.S. and C.S. Dutcher, Statistical Mechanics of Multilayer Sorption: Surface Tension. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 1723-1726, 2013.

192. {12} Chua, B., A.S. Wexler, N.C. Tien, D.A. Niemeier, and B.A. Holmen, Micro Corona Based Particle Steering Air Filter. Sensors and Actuators A: Physical. 196:8-15, 2013, DOI: 10.1016/j.sna.2013.03.029.

191. {52} Lee, DY, A.S. Wexler, Atmospheric Amines – Part III: Photochemistry and Toxicity. Atmos. Environ. DOI information: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2013.01.058, 75:95-103, 2013.

190. {3} Marion, S.M., A.S. Wexler and M.L. Hull, Predicting non-isometric fatigue induced by electrical stimulation pulse trains as a function of pulse duration. J. NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 10:13, DOI: 10.1186/1743-0003-10-13, 2013.

189. {17} Marsh, D.J., A.S. Wexler, A. Brazhe, D.E. Postnov, O.V. Sosnovtseva, and N.-H. Holstein-Rathlou, Multinephron dynamics on the renal vascular network. American Journal of Physiology – Renal Physiology Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 304:F88–F102, 2013.

188. {12} Fuller S.J., Y.J. Zhao, S.S. Cliff, A.S. Wexler, M. Kalberer, Direct surface analysis of time-resolved aerosol impactor samples with ultra-high resolution mass spectrometry. Anal. Chem. 84:9858–9864, 2012.

187. {2} Engel, D., Greff, K., Garth, C., Bein, K., Wexler, A., Hamann, B., Hagen, H. Visual Steering and Verification of Mass Spectrometry Data Factorization in Air of Quality Research, IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, VOL. 18, NO. 12, 2012.

186. {33} Breysse, P.N., R.J. Delfino, F. Dominici, A.C P. Elder, M.W. Frampton, J.R. Froines, A.S. Geyh, J.J. Godleski, D.R. Gold, P.K. Hopke, P. Koutrakis, N. Li, G. Oberdörster, K.E. Pinkerton, J.M. Samet, M.J. Utell, and A.S. Wexler. U.S. EPA Particulate Matter Research Centers: Summary of Research Results for 2005–2011. Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health, DOI 10.1007/s11869-012-0181-8, 2012.

185. {9} Halloran S.K., Wexler A.S., Ristenpart W.D., A Comprehensive Breath Plume Model for Disease Transmission via Expiratory Aerosols. PLoS ONE 7(5):e37088. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0037088, 2012.

184. {8} Plummer, L., W. Ham, M.J. Kleeman, A.S. Wexler and K.E. Pinkerton, Influence of season and location on pulmonary response to California’s San Joaquin Valley airborne particulate matter. J. Toxicol. Environ. Health A Current Issues 75:253-271, 2012.

183. {27} Dutcher, C.S., X. Ge, A.S. Wexler, and S.L. Clegg, Statistical Mechanics of Multilayer Sorption: 2. Systems Containing Multiple Solutes. J. Phys. Chem. C 116:1850–1864, 2012.

182. {2} Srirama, P.K., C.D. Wallis, D.Y. Lee, and A.S. Wexler, Imaging Airways and Particles Deposited in Them: Extra-thoracic Airways of Laboratory Animals, J. Aerosol Sci.45:40-49, 2012.

181. {20} Chan, J.K.W., M.V. Fanucchi, D.S. Anderson, A.D. Abid, C.D. Wallis, D.A. Dickinson, B.M. Kumfer, I.M. Kennedy, A.S. Wexler, and L.S. Van Winkle, Susceptibility to inhaled flame-generated ultrafine soot in neonatal and adult rat lungs. Toxicol. Sci. 124:472-486, 2011, doi: 10.1093/toxsci/kfr233.

180. {4} Lee, D.Y. and A.S. Wexler, Simulated annealing implementation with shorter Markov chain length to reduce computational burden and its application to the analysis of pulmonary airway architecture. Computers in Biology and Medicine 41:707-715, 2011.

179. {25} Dutcher, C.S., X. Ge, A.S. Wexler, and S.L. Clegg, Statistical mechanics of multilayer sorption: Extension of the Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (BET) and Guggenheim-Anderson-deBoer (GAB) adsorption isotherms. J. Phys. Chem. C 115:16474–16487, 2011.

178. {3} Lee, D.Y., C.D. Wallis, L.S. Van Winkle, and A.S. Wexler, Disruption of tracheobronchial airway growth following postnatal exposure to ozone and ultrafine particles. Inhal. Toxicol. 23:520-531, 2011.

177. {0} Wexler, A.S. and M.V. Johnston, Real-Time Particle Analysis by Mass Spectrometry in “Aerosol Measurement: Principles, Techniques and Applications, Edited by P. Kulkarni, P.A. Baron and K. Willeke. Wiley, 2011.

176. {3} Lee, D.Y. and A.S. Wexler, Particle deposition in juvenile rat lungs: a model study, J. Aerosol Sci. 42:567-579, 2011.

175. {6} Lee, D.Y., P.K. Srirama, C. Wallis, and A.S. Wexler, Postnatal growth of tracheobronchial airways of Sprague-Dawley rats. J. Anat. 218:717–725, 2011.

174. {50} Clegg, S.L. and A.S. Wexler, Densities and apparent molar volumes of atmospherically important electrolyte solutions. I. The solutes H2SO4, HNO3, HCl, Na2SO4, NaNO3, NaCl, (NH4)2SO4, NH4NO3, and NH4Cl from 0 to 50 °C, including extrapolations to very low temperature and to the pure liquid state, and NaHSO4, NaOH and NH3 at 25 oC, J. Phys. Chem. 115: 3393–3460, 2011.

173. {21} Clegg, S.L. and A.S. Wexler, Densities and apparent molar volumes of atmospherically important electrolyte solutions. II. The system H+ – HSO4− – SO42− – H2O from 0 – 3 mol kg−1 as a function of temperature and H+ – NH4+ – HSO4− – SO42− – H2O from 0 – 6 mol kg−1 at 25 °C using a Pitzer ion interaction model, and NH4HSO4 – H2O and (NH4)3H(SO4)2 – H2O over the entire concentration range, J. Phys. Chem. 115:3461-3474, 2011.

172. {4} Lee, D.Y., N. Willits, A.S. Wexler, Detecting alterations in pulmonary airway development with airway-by-airway comparison. Ann. Biomed. Engin. 39: 1805-1814, 2011.

171. {402} Ge, X., A.S. Wexler, and S.L. Clegg, Atmospheric Amines – Part I: A review, Atmos. Environ. 45:524-546, 2011.

170. {131} Ge, X., A.S. Wexler, and S.L. Clegg, Atmospheric Amines – Part II: Thermodynamic properties and gas/particle partitioning, Atmos. Environ. 45:561-577, 2011.

169. {65} Dutcher, C.S., A.S. Wexler, and S.L. Clegg, Surface tension of inorganic multicomponent aqueous electrolyte solutions and melts, J. Phys. Chem. A 114:12216–12230, 2010.

168. {10} Van Winkle, L.S., J.K.W. Chan, D.S. Anderson, B.M. Kumfer, I.M. Kennedy, M.J. Kleeman, A.S. Wexler, C. Wallis, A.D. Abid, K.M. Sutherland, and M.V. Fanucchi, Age specific responses to acute inhalation of diffusion flame soot particles: Cellular injury and the airway antioxidant response. Inhal. Toxic. 22(S2):70-83, 2010.

167. {4} Jung, H., C. Arellanes, Y. Zhao, S. Paulson, C. Anastasio and A.S. Wexler, Impact of the Versatile Aerosol Concentration Enrichment System (VACES) on Gas Phase Species, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 44:1113-1121, 2010.

166. {22} Lee, D.Y., C. Wallis, A.S. Wexler, E.S. Schelegle, L.S. Van Winkle, C.G. Plopper, M.V. Fanucchi, B. Kumfer, I.M. Kennedy, J.K.W Chan, Small particles disrupt postnatal airway development. J. Applied Physiol. 109:1115-1124, 2010.

165. {7} Stein-Wexler, R., T. Sanchez, G. Roper, A.S. Wexler, C. Ho, J. Li, A. Ozpinar, S. Soosman, R. Arieli, An Interactive Teaching Device Simulating Intussusception Reduction, Pediatric Radiology 40:1810-1815, 2010.

164. {10} Marion, M.S.; A.S. Wexler, and M. Hull, Predicting Fatigue During Electrically Stimulated Non-Isometric Contractions, Muscle and Nerve 41:857–867, 2010.

163. {9} Perumal, R., A.S. Wexler, T. Kesar, A. Jancosko, Y. Laufer, S. Binder-Macleod, A phenomenological mathematical model that predicts forces generated when electrical stimulation is superimposed on submaximal volitional contractions. J. Appl. Physiol. 108:1595–1604, 2010.

162. {24} Perez-Maldonado, C., A.S. Wexler, and S.S. Joshi, Two-dimensional Cursor-to-Target Control from Single Muscle sEMG Signals, IEEE TNSRE 18:203-209, 2010.

161. {23} Ngo, M.A., K.E. Pinkerton, S. Freeland, M. Geller, W. Ham, S. Cliff, L.E. Hopkins, M.J. Kleeman, U.P. Kodavanti, E. Meharg, L. Plummer, J.J. Recendez, M.B. Schenker, C. Sioutas, S. Smiley-Jewell, C. Haas, J. Gutstein and A.S. Wexler, Airborne particles in the San Joaquin Valley may affect human health. California Agriculture 64:12-16, 2010.

160. {2} Lee, S.C.K., J. Ding, L.A. Prosser, A.S. Wexler, and S. Binder-Macleod, A Predictive Model of Muscle Forces for Children with Cerebral Palsy. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 51:949-958, 2009.

159. {6} Marion, M.S.; A.S. Wexler, M. Hull, S. Binder-Macleod, Predicting the Effect of Muscle Length on Fatigue During Electrically Stimulated Contractions, Muscle and Nerve 40:573-581, 2009.

158. {12} Bein, K.J., Y. Zhao and A.S. Wexler, Conditional Sampling for Source-Oriented Toxicological Studies using a Single Particle Mass Spectrometer. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43:9445-9452, 2009.

157. {15} Chua, B., A.S. Wexler, N. Tien, D. Niemeier, and B. Holmen, Electrical Mobility Separation of Airborne Particles using Integrated Microfabricated Corona Ionizer and Separator Electrodes, J. Microelectromechanical Systems 18:4-13, 2009.

156 {29} Chua, B., N. Tien, D. Niemeier, B. Holmen, and A.S. Wexler, Design, fabrication and testing of a microfabricated corona ionizer, J. Microelectromechanical Systems 17:115-123, 2008.

155. {4} Bein, K.J., Y.J. Zhao, M.V. Johnston, G.J. Evans, and A.S. Wexler, Extratropical waves transport boreal wildfire emissions and drive regional air quality dynamics. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos. 113, D23213, doi:10.1029/2008JD010169, 2008.

154. {8} Perumal, R., A.S. Wexler, J. Ding, S.A. Binder-Macleod, Development of a mathematical model for predicting electrically elicited quadriceps femoris muscle forces during isovelocity knee joint motion. J. NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 5:33 doi:10.1186/1743-0003-5-33, 2008.

153. {0} Grits, B.Y. and A.S. Wexler, Arbitrary-Moment Internally-Mixed Dynamic Equation, Aerosol Sci. Technol. 42:1016-1021, 2008.

152. {5} Fresconi, F., A.S. Wexler, and A. Prasad, Transport Profiles in the Conducting Airways of the Human Lung. Int´l J. Heat Mass Transfer 51:5552-5561, 2008.

151. {22} Lee, D.Y., M.V. Fanucchi, C.G. Plopper, J. Fung, and A.S. Wexler. Pulmonary architecture in the conducting regions of six rats. Anat. Record 291:916-926, 2008.

150. {1} Lee, D.Y., A.S. Wexler, M.V. Fanucchi, and C.G. Plopper, Expiration Rate Drives Human Airway Design. J. Theor. Biol. 253:381-387, 2008.

149. {18} Lee, D.Y., S.S. Park, G.A. Ban-Weiss, M.V. Fanucchi, C.G. Plopper, and A.S. Wexler. Bifurcation model for characterization of pulmonary architecture. Anat. Record 291:379-389, 2008.

148. {13} Kelly, J.T., A.S. Wexler, C.K. Chan, and M.N. Chan, Aerosol Thermodynamics of Potassium Salts, Double Salts, and Water Content near the Eutectic. Atmos. Environ. 42:3717-3728, 2008.

147. {22} Nolte, C.G., P.V. Bhave, R.L. Dennis, J.R. Arnold, K.M. Zhang, A.S. Wexler, Modeling Urban and Regional Aerosols – Application of the CMAQ-UCD aerosol model to Tampa, a coastal urban site. Atmos. Environ. 42:3179-3191, 2008.

146. {17} Zhang, K.M. and A.S. Wexler, Modeling Urban and Regional Aerosols – Development of the UCD Aerosol Module and Implementation in CMAQ Model. Atmos. Environ. 42:3166-3178, 2008.

145. {21} Bein, K.J., Y.J. Zhao, M.V. Johnston, and A.S. Wexler, Interactions between boreal wildfire and urban emissions. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos. 113, D07304, http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2007JD008910, 2008.

144. {42} Park, S.S. and A.S. Wexler, Size dependent deposition of particles in the human lung at steady-state breathing J. Aerosol Sci. 39:266-276, 2008.

143. {5} Kesar, T. J. Ding, A.S. Wexler, R. Perumal, R. Maladen, S.A. Binder-Macleod. Predicting Muscle Forces of Individuals with Hemiparesis Following Stroke. J. NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 5:7, 2008.

142. {43} Wexler, A.S. and M.V. Johnston, What have we learned from highly time resolved measurements during the EPA supersite program and related studies? J. AWMA 58:303-319, 2008.

141. {4} Riemer, N., A.S. Wexler, and K. Diehl, Droplet growth by gravitational coagulation – Comparison of theory and measurements. J. Geophys. Res. 112 (D7): Art. No. D07204, 2007.

140. {2} Maladen, R., R. Perumal, A.S. Wexler, S. Binder-Macleod. Relationship between Activation Frequency and Dynamic Human Skeletal Muscle Performance. Acta Physiologica 189:337-346, 2007.

139. {5} Bein, K.J. and A.S. Wexler, Interpreting Activity in H2O-H2SO4 binary nucleation. J. Chem. Phys. 127, Art. No. 124316, 2007.

138. {0} Moldenhauer, J., S.K. Stein, and A.S. Wexler. Trigonometry and a Wood Bowl. The Oregon Mathematics Teacher October/November 2007.

137. {19} Park, S.S. and A. S. Wexler, Particle deposition in the pulmonary region of the human lung: Multi-breath transport and deposition. J. Aerosol Sci. 38:509-519, 2007.

136. {16} Ding, J., L.-W. Chou, T. Kesar, S. Lee, T. Johnston, A.S. Wexler, S. Binder-Macleod, A mathematical model that predicts the force-intensity and force-frequency relationships after spinal cord injury. Muscle & Nerve 36:214-222, 2007.

135. {3} Tan Z.C. and A.S. Wexler, Fine particle counting with aerodynamic particle focusing and corona charging. Atmos. Environ. 41:5271-5279, 2007.

134. {38} Murphy, D., P. Hudson, D. Cziczo, S. Gallavardin, K. Froyd, M. Johnston, A. Middlebrook, M. Reinard, D. Thomson, T. Thornberry, A.S. Wexler, Distribution of lead in single atmospheric particles. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 7:3195-3210, 2007.

133. {15} Bein, K.J., Y. Zhao, M.V. Johnston, A.S. Wexler, Identification of Sources of Atmospheric PM at the Pittsburgh Supersite. Part III: Source Characterization. Atmos. Environ. 41:3974-3992, 2007.

132. {74} Kelly, J.T., C.C. Chuang, and A.S. Wexler, Influence of Dust Composition on Cloud Droplet Formation, Atmos. Environ. 41:2904-2916, 2007.

131. {8} Wen, J. and A.S. Wexler, Thermophoretic Sampler and its Application in Ultrafine Particle Collection. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 41:624-629, 2007.

130. {20} Maladen, R., R. Perumal, A.S. Wexler, S. Binder-Macleod. Effects of Activation Pattern on Nonisometric Human Skeletal Muscle Performance. J. Appl. Physiol. 102:1985-1991, 2007.

129. {12} Tebockhorst, S., D.Y. Lee, A.S. Wexler, and M. Oldham, Interaction of epithelium with mesenchyme affects global features of lung architecture: A computer model of development. J. Appl. Physiol. 102:294-305, 2007.

128. {23} Park, S.S. and A. S. Wexler, Particle deposition in the pulmonary region of the human lung: A semi-empirical model of single breath transport and deposition. J. Aerosol Sci. 38:228-245, 2007.

127. {15} Zhang, M. and A.S. Wexler. Cross Flow Ion Mobility Spectrometry: Theory and Initial Prototype Testing. Int´l J. Mass Spectrometry 258:13-20, 2006.

126. {12} Perumal R, Wexler AS, and Binder Macleod SA: Mathematical Model That Predicts Lower Leg Motion in Response to Electrical Stimulation. J. Biomechanics 39:2826-2836, 2006.

125. {30} Bein, K.J., Y. Zhao, N.J. Pekney, C.I. Davidson, M.V. Johnston, A.S. Wexler. Identification of Sources of Atmospheric PM at the Pittsburgh Supersite. Part II: Quantitative Comparisons of Single Particle, Particle Number, and Particle Mass Measurements. Atmos. Environ. 40, Supp. 2, 424-444, 2006

124. {17} Pekney, N.J., C.I. Davidson, K.J. Bein, A.S. Wexler, M.V. Johnston. Identification of Sources of Atmospheric PM at the Pittsburgh Supersite Part I: Single Particle Analysis and Filter-based Positive Matrix Factorization Atmos. Environ. 40, Supp. 2, 411-423, 2006.

123. {31} Ondov, J.M., T.J. Buckley, P.K. Hopke, D. Ogulei, M.B. Parlange, W.F. Rogge, K.S. Squibb, M.V. Johnston, and A.S. Wexler. Baltimore supersite: Highly time and size resolved concentrations of urban PM2.5 and its constituents for resolution of sources and immune responses. Atmos. Environ. 40, Supp. 2, 224-237, 2006.

122. {5} Tolocka, M.P., M.S. Reinard, D.A. Lake, J.M. Ondov, A.S. Wexler, and Murray V. Johnston, Characterization of Short-term Particulate Matter Events by Real-Time Single Particle Mass Spectrometry. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 40:873-882, 2006.

121. {10} Middha P. and A.S. Wexler, Design of a slot nanoparticle virtual impactor. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 40:737-743, 2006.

120. {8} Zhang, K.M. and A.S. Wexler. An asynchronous time-stepping (ATS) integrator for atmospheric applications: Aerosol dynamics. Atmos. Environ. 40:4574-4588, 2006.

119. {16} Kelly, J.T. and A.S. Wexler. Water Uptake by Aerosol: Water Activity in Supersaturated Potassium Solutions and Deliquescence as a Function of Temperature. Atmos. Environ. 40:4450-4468, 2006.

118. {19} Wen, J., Y. Zhao and A.S. Wexler. Marine particle nucleation: Observation at Bodega Bay, California. J. Geophys. Res. 111, D08207, doi:10.1029/2005JD006210, 2006.

117. {76} Zhang, K.M., A.S. Wexler, D.A. Niemeier, Y.F. Zhu, W.C. Hinds, C. Sioutas, Evolution of particle number distributions near roadways. Part III: Traffic analysis and on-road size resolved particulate emission factors. Atmos. Environ. 39:4155-4166, 2005.

116. {22} Ding J., S.C.K. Lee, T.E. Johnston, A.S. Wexler, W.B. Scott, and S.A. Binder-Macleod. A mathematical model that predicts isometric muscle forces for individuals with spinal cord injuries. Muscle and Nerve 31:702-712, 2005.

115. {29} Kelly, J.T. and A.S. Wexler. Thermodynamics of carbonates and hydrates related to heterogeneous reactions involving mineral aerosol. J. Geophys. Res. 110, D11201, doi:10.1029/2004JD005583, 2005.

114. {63} Zhang, K.M., E.M. Knipping, A.S. Wexler, P.V. Bhave and G.S. Tonnesen. Size distribution of sea-salt emissions as a function of relative humidity. Atmos. Environ. 39:3373-3379, 2005.

113. {4} Middha, P. and A.S. Wexler. Particle focusing characteristics of matched aerodynamic lenses. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 39:222-230, 2005.

112. {25} Riemer, N. and A.S. Wexler. Droplets to Drops by Turbulent Coagulation. J. Atmos. Sci. 62:1962-1975, 2005.

111. {0} Wexler, A.S. and S.K. Stein. Making a bed. College Mathematics Journal 36:213-221, 2005.

110. {31} Tolocka, M.P, D.A. Lake, M.V. Johnston, A.S. Wexler. Size-Resolved Fine and Ultrafine Particle Composition in Baltimore, Maryland. J. Geophys. Res. 110, D07S04, doi:10.1029/2004JD004573, 2005.

109. {14} Zhao, Y., K.J. Bein, A.S. Wexler, C. Misra, P.M. Fine, and C. Sioutas, Field evaluation of the VACES particle concentrator coupled to the RSMS-3 single particle mass spectrometer. J. Geophys. Res. 110, D07S02, doi:10.1029/2004JD004644, 2005.

108. {29} Bein, K.J., Y. Zhao, A.S. Wexler, M.V. Johnston, Speciation of Size -Resolved Individual Ultrafine Particles in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. J. Geophys. Res. 110, D07S05, doi:10.1029/2004JD004708, 2005.

107. {16} Chou, L.-W., J. Ding, A.S. Wexler, and S.A. Binder-Macleod. Predicting Optimal Electrical Stimulation for Repetitive Human Muscle Activation. J. Electromyography and Kinesiology 15:300-309, 2005.

106. {56} Zaveri, R.A., R.C. Easter, and A.S. Wexler, A New Method for Multicomponent Activity Coefficients of Electrolytes in Aqueous Atmospheric Aerosols. J. Geophys. Res. 110:D02201, 2005.

105. {160} Zhang, K.M. and A.S. Wexler, Evolution of Particle Number Distribution near Roadways. Part I. Analysis of aerosol dynamics and its implications for engine emission measurement. Atmos. Environ. 38:6643-6653, 2004.

104. {190} Zhang, K.M., A.S. Wexler, Y.F. Zhu, W.C. Hinds, and C. Sioutas. Evolution of Particle Number Distribution near Roadways. Part II. The `Road-to-Ambient´ Process. Atmos. Environ. 38:6655-6665, 2004

103. {20} Lake, D.A., M.P. Tolocka, M.V. Johnston, A.S. Wexler. The Character of Single Particle Sulfate in Baltimore. Atmos. Environ. 38:5311-5320, 2004.

102. {28} Tolocka, M.P., D. Lake, M.V. Johnston, and A. Wexler; Ultrafine Nitrate Particle Events in Baltimore Observed by Real-time Single Particle Mass Spectrometry. Atmospheric Environment 38:3215-3223, 2004.

101. {37} Tolocka, M.P., D. Lake, and M.V. Johnston, and A.S. Wexler; Number Concentrations of Fine and Ultrafine Particles Containing Metals. Atmospheric Environment 38:3263-3273, 2004.

100. {44} Ding, J., A.S. Wexler, S.A. Binder-Macleod. Mathematical models for fatigue minimization during functional electrical stimulation. J. Electromyograph and Kinesiology 13:575-588, 2003 (doi:10.1016/S1050-6411(03)00102-0).

99. {18} Fresconi, F.E., A.S. Wexler, A.K. Prasad. Expiration flow in a symmetric bifurcation. Experiments in Fluids. (DOI: 10.1007/s00348-003-0713-y) 35:493-501, 2003.

98. {15} Middha, P. and A.S. Wexler. Particle focusing characteristics of sonic jets. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 37:907-915, 2003.

97. {56} Lake, D.L., M.P. Tolocka, M.V. Johnston, and A. Wexler; Mass Spectrometry of Individual Particles between 50 and 750 nm in Diameter at the Baltimore Supersite. Environmental Science and Technology 37:3268-3274, 2003.

96. {48} Phares, D.J., K.P. Rhoads, A.S. Wexler, and M.V. Johnston. Size-resolved ultrafine particle composition analysis: Part 2: Houston. J. Geophys. Res. 108 (D7) doi:10.1029/2001JD001212, 2003.

95. {32} Rhoads, K.P., D.J. Phares, A.S. Wexler, and M.V. Johnston. Size-resolved ultrafine particle composition analysis: Part 1: Atlanta. J. Geophys. Res. 108 (D7) doi:10.1029/2001JD001211, 2003.

94. {79} Middlebrook, A.M., D.M. Murphy, S.-H. Lee, D.S. Thomson, K.A. Prather, R.J. Wenzel, D.-Y. Liu, D.J. Phares, K.P. Rhoads, A.S. Wexler, M.V. Johnston, A comparison of particle mass spectrometers during the Atlanta supersite experiment. J. Geophys. Res. 108 (D7) doi:10.1029/2001JD000660, 2003.

93. {165} Zhao, B., Z. Yang, M.V. Johnston, H. Wang, A.S. Wexler, M. Balthasar and M. Kraft. Measurement and Numerical Simulation of Soot Particle Size Distribution Functions in a Laminar Premixed Ethylene-Oxygen-Argon Flame. Comb. and Flame 133:173-188, 2003.

92. {69} Zhang, K.M. and A.S. Wexler. A hypothesis for growth of fresh atmospheric nuclei. J. Geophys. Res. 107(D21), doi:10.1029/2002JD002180, 2002.

91. {45} Ding, J., A.S. Wexler, and S.A. Binder-Macleod. A mathematical model that predicts the force-frequency relationship of human skeletal muscle. Muscle and Nerve. 26:477-85, 2002

90. {265} Wexler, A.S. and S.L. Clegg. Atmospheric aerosol models for systems including the ions H+, NH4+, Na+, SO42-, NO3-, Cl-, Br- and H2O. J. Geophys. Res. 107(D14), doi:10.1029/2001JD000451, 2002.

89. {36} Ding, J., A.S. Wexler, and S.A. Binder-Macleod. A predictive fatigue model. I. Predicting the effect of stimulation frequency and pattern on fatigue. IEEE Trans. Rehab. Engin. 10:48-58, 2002.

88. {23} Ding, J., A.S. Wexler, and S.A. Binder-Macleod. A predictive fatigue model. II. Predicting the effect of resting times on fatigue. IEEE Trans. Rehab. Engin. 10:59-67, 2002.

87. {15} Perumal, R., A.S. Wexler, J. Ding, and S.A. Binder-Macleod. Modeling the length dependence of isometric force in human quadriceps muscles. J. Biomech. 35:919-930, 2002.

86. {51} Zhang, K.M. and A.S. Wexler. Modeling the number distributions of urban and regional aerosols. Atmos. Environ. 36:1863-1874, 2002.

85. {40} Phares, D.J., K.P. Rhoads, and A.S. Wexler. Performance of a single-ultrafine-particle mass spectrometer. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 36:583-592, 2002.

84. {6} Wexler, A.S. and M.V. Johnston. Real Time Single Particle Analysis. In Aerosol Measurement: Principles, Techniques and Applications eds. K. Willeke and P. Baron. Van Nostrand Reinhold, 2001.

83. {64} Phares, D.J., K.P. Rhoads, A.S. Wexler, D.B. Kane, and M.V. Johnston. Application of the ART-2a algorithm to laser ablation aerosol mass spectrometry of particle standards. Anal. Chem. 73:2338-2344, 2001.

82. {8} Majeed, M.A. and A.S. Wexler. Microphysics of aqueous droplets in clouds and fogs as applied to fine-PM modeling. Atmos. Environ. 35:1639-1653, 2001.

81. {97} Zhou, Y., A.S. Wexler, and L.-P. Wang. Modelling turbulent collision of bidisperse inertial particles. J. Fluid Mech. 433:77-104, 2001.

80. {0} Wexler, A.S. and K.A. Prather. Introduction: Online single particle analysis (special issue on single particle analysis edited by Wexler and Prather). Aerosol Sci. Technol. 33(1-2), 2000.

79. {65} Ding, J., A.S. Wexler, and S.A. Binder-Macleod. A predictive model of fatigue in human skeletal muscles. J. Appl. Physiol. 89:1322-1332, 2000.

78. {218} Wang, L.-P., A.S. Wexler, and Y. Zhou. Statistical mechanical description and modeling of turbulent collision of inertial particles. J. Fluid Mech. 415:117-153, 2000.

77. {143} Kelly, J.T., A.K. Prasad, and A.S. Wexler. Detailed flow patterns in the nasal cavity. J. Appl. Physiol. 89:323-337, 2000

76. {53} Mallina, R.V., A.S. Wexler, K.P. Rhoads, and M.V. Johnston. High speed particle beam generation: A dynamic focusing mechanism for selecting ultrafine particles. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 33:87-104, 2000.

75. {90} Hopkins, L.M., J.T. Kelly, A.S. Wexler, and A.K. Prasad. Particle Image Velocimetry measurements in complex geometries. Experiments in Fluids 29:91-95, 2000.

74. {72} Kerminen, V.-M., A. Virkkula, R. Hillamo, A.S. Wexler, and M. Kulmala. Secondary organics and atmospheric cloud condensation nuclei production. J. Geophys. Res. 105:9255-9264, 2000.

73. {25} Sarangapani, R. and A.S. Wexler. Modeling particle deposition in extrathoracic airways. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 32:72-89, 2000.

72. {27} Sarangapani, R. and A.S. Wexler. The role of dispersion on particle deposition in human airways. Toxicol. Sci. 54, 229-236, 2000

71. {41} Ding, J., A.S. Wexler, and S.A. Binder-Macleod. Development of a mathematical model that predicts optimal muscle activation patterns. J. Appl. Physiol. 88:917-925, 2000.

70. {10} Binder-Macleod, S.A., J. Ding, B. Mandigma, and A.S. Wexler. Use of a mathematical model to identify the optimal activation pattern for skeletal muscle during cardiomyoplasty. Basic and Appl. Myology 9:117-125, 1999.

69. {26} Sarangapani, R. and A.S. Wexler. Modeling aerosol bolus dispersion in human airways. J. Aerosol Sci. 30:1345-1362, 1999.

68. {247} Zhuang, H., C.K. Chan, M. Fang, and A.S. Wexler. Formation of nitrate and non-seasalt sulfate on coarse particles. Atmos. Environ. 33:4223-4233, 1999.

67. {24} Mallina, R.V., A.S. Wexler, and M.V. Johnston. High speed particle beam generation: Simple focusing mechanisms. J. Aerosol Sci. 30:719-738, 1999.

66. {180} Zhuang, H., C.K. Chan, M. Fang, and A.S. Wexler. Size distributions of particulate sulfate, nitrate, and ammonium at a coastal site in Hong Kong. Atmos. Environ. 33:843-853, 1999.

65. {32} Ding, J., S.A. Binder-Macleod, and A.S. Wexler. Two-step, predictive, isometric-force model tested on data from human and rat muscles. J. Appl. Physiol. 85:2176-2189, 1998.

64. {38} Ge, Z., A.S. Wexler, and M.V. Johnston. Laser desorption/ionizaton of single ultrafine multicomponent aerosols. Environ. Sci. Technol. 32:3218-3223, 1998.

63. {13} Kerminen, V.-M., R.E. Hillamo, and A.S. Wexler. Model simulations on the variability of particulate MSA to non-sea-salt sulfate ratio in the marine environment. J. Atmos. Chem. 30:345-370, 1998.

62. {74} Wang, L.-P., A.S. Wexler, and Y. Zhou. Statistical mechanical descriptions of turbulent coagulation. Physics of Fluids 10:2647-2651, 1998.

61. {34} Sun, Q. and A.S. Wexler. Modeling urban and regional aerosols – Condensation and evaporation near acid neutrality. Atmos. Environ. 32:3527-3531, 1998.

60. {35} Sun, Q. and A.S. Wexler. Modeling urban and regional aerosols near acid neutrality – Application to the June 24-25 SCAQS episode. Atmos. Environ. 32:3533-3545, 1998.

59. {83} Ondov, J.M. and A.S. Wexler. Where do particulate toxins reside?: An improved paradigm for the structure and dynamics of the urban mid-Atlantic aerosol. Environ. Sci. Technol. 32:2547-2555, 1998.

58. {64} Neubauer, K.R., M.V. Johnston, and A.S. Wexler. Humidity effects on the mass spectra of single aerosol particles. Atmos. Environ. 32:2521-2529, 1998.

57. {509} Clegg, S.L., P. Brimblecombe, and A.S. Wexler. A thermodynamic model of the system HNO3-H2SO4-(NH4)2SO4–H2O at tropospheric temperatures. J. Phys. Chem. A 102:2137-2154, 1998.

56. {357} Clegg, S.L., P. Brimblecombe, and A.S. Wexler. A thermodynamic model of the system H+-NH4+-Na+-SO42–NO3–Cl–H2O at 298.15 K. J. Phys. Chem. A 102:2155-2171, 1998.

55. {89} Zhou Y., A.S. Wexler, and L.-P. Wang. On the collision rate of small particles in isotropic turbulence. Part 2. Finite-inertia case. Physics of Fluids 10:1206-1216, 1998.

54. {4} Mansoori, B.A., M.V. Johnston, and A.S.Wexler. Laser desorption ionization of size resolved liquid microdroplets. Anal. Chim. Acta 359:185-191, 1998.

53. {18} Wexler, A.S. and Z. Ge. Hydrophobic particles can activate at lower RH than slightly hygroscopic ones: A Kohler theory incorporating surface fixed charge. J. Geophys. Res. 103:6083-6088, 1998.

52. {45} Wang, X., S.R. Thomas, and A.S. Wexler. Outer medullary anatomy and the urine concentrating mechanism. Am. J. Physiol. 274 (Renal Physiol. 43): F413-F424, 1998.

51. {10} Wexler, A.S. and R. Sarangapani. Particles do not increase vapor deposition in human airways. J. Aerosol Sci. 29:197-204, 1998.

50. {0} Wexler, A.S. and S. Potukuchi. Kinetics and thermodynamics of tropospheric aerosols. In Atmospheric Particles, edited by R.M. Harrison and R. Van Grieken, Wiley, Sussex, England, pp. 203-231, 1998.

49. {69} Wang, L.-P., A.S. Wexler, and Y. Zhou. On the collision rate of small particles in isotropic turbulence. Part 1. Zero-inertia case. Physics of Fluids 10:266-276, 1998.

48. {66} Ge, Z., A.S. Wexler, and M.V. Johnston. Deliquescence behavior of multicomponent aerosols. J. Phys. Chem. 102:173-180, 1998.

47. {16} Kerminen, V.-M. and A.S. Wexler. Growth behavior of the marine submicron boundary-layer aerosol. J. Geophys. Res. 102:18,813-18,825, 1997.

46. {46} Neubauer, K.R., M.V. Johnston, and A.S. Wexler. On-line analysis of aqueous aerosols by laser desorption ionization. Int. J. Mass Spec. Ion Processes 163:29-37, 1997.

45. {118} Lurmann, F.W., A.S. Wexler, S.N. Pandis, S. Musarra, N. Kumar, and J.H. Seinfeld. Modelling urban and regional aerosols: II. Application to California’s south coast air basin. Atmos. Environ. 31:2695-2715, 1997.

44. {52} Carson, P.G., M.V. Johnston, and A.S. Wexler. Laser desorption ionization of ultrafine aerosol particles. Rapid Comm. Mass Spec. 11:993-996, 1997.

43. {65} Wexler, A.S., J. Ding, and S.A. Binder-Macleod. A mathematical model that predicts skeletal muscle force. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering . 44:337-348, 1997.

42. {54} Carson, P.G., M.V. Johnston, and A.S. Wexler. Real-time monitoring of the surface and total composition of aerosol particles. Aerosol Sci. Technol. 26:291-300, 1997.

41. {28} Kerminen, V.-M., A.S. Wexler, and S. Potukuchi. Growth of freshly nucleated particles in the troposphere: Roles of NH3, H2SO4, HNO3, and HCl. J. Geophys. Res. 102:3715-3724, 1997.

40. {20} Mallina, R.V., A.S. Wexler, and M.V. Johnston. Particle growth in high speed particle beam inlets. J. Aerosol Sci. 28:223-238, 1997.

39. {25} Potukuchi, S., and A.S. Wexler. Predicting vapor pressures using neural networks. Atmos. Environ. 31:741-753, 1997.

38. {69} Ge, Z., A.S. Wexler, and M.V. Johnston. Multicomponent aerosol crystallization. J. Coll. Interface Sci. 183:68-77, 1996.

37. {50} Mansoori, B.A., M.V. Johnston, and A.S. Wexler. Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization of size and composition selected aerosol particles. Anal. Chem. 68:3595-3601, 1996.

36. {41} Neubauer, K.R., S.T. Sum, M.V. Johnston, and A.S. Wexler. Sulfur speciation in individual aerosol particles. J.of Geophys.Res. – Atmos. 101:18,701-18,707, 1996.

35. {18} Sarangapani R. and A.S. Wexler. Growth and neutralization of sulfate aerosols in human airways. J. Appl. Physiol. 81:480-490, 1996

34. {14} Wang X. and A.S. Wexler. The effects of collecting duct active NaCl reabsorption and inner medulla anatomy on renal concentrating mechanism . Am. J. Physiol. 270:F900-F911, 1996.

33. {29} Kerminen V.-M. and A.S. Wexler. The occurrence of sulfuric acid-water nucleation in plumes: urban environment. Tellus 48B:65-82, 1996.

32. {37} Dhaniyala, S. and A. S. Wexler. Numerical schemes to model condensation and evaporation of aerosols. Atmos. Environ. 30:919-928, 1996.

31. {44} Neubauer, K.R., M.V. Johnston, and A.S. Wexler. Chromium speciation in aerosols by rapid single-particle mass spectrometry. Int. J. Mass Spectrom. Ion Proc. 151:77-87, 1995.

30. {71} Johnston, M.V. and A.S. Wexler. Mass spectrometry of individual aerosol particles (an invited general audience mini-review). Anal. Chem. 67:721A-726A, 1995.

29. {45} Potukuchi, S. and A. S. Wexler. Identifying solid-aqueous phase transitions in atmospheric aerosols: II. Acidic solutions. Atmos. Environ. 29:3357-3364, 1995.

28. {92} Kerminen V.-M. and A. S. Wexler. Growth laws for atmospheric aerosol particles: An examination of the bimodality of the accumulation mode. Atmos. Environ. 29:3263-3275, 1995.

27. {25} Kerminen, V.-M. and A.S. Wexler. Enhanced formation, and development of sulfate particles due to marine boundary layer circulation. J. Geophys.Res. – Atmos. 100:23,051-23,062, 1995.

26. {24} Thomas, S. R. and A. S. Wexler. Inner medullary osmolytes in a 3-D model of the renal concentrating mechanism. Am. J. Physiol. 269:F159-F171, 1995.

25. {129} Pandis, S.N., A.S. Wexler, and J.H. Seinfeld. Dynamics of Tropospheric Aerosols. (Feature Article) J. Phys. Chem. 99:9646-9659, 1995.

24. {54} Potukuchi, S. and A. S. Wexler. Identifying solid-aqueous phase transitions in atmospheric aerosols: I. Neutral-acidity solutions. Atmos. Environ. 29:1663-1676, 1995.

23. {90} Carson, P.G., K.R. Neubauer, M.V. Johnston, and A.S. Wexler. On-line chemical analysis of single aerosol particles by rapid single-particle mass spectrometry. J. Aeros. Sci. 26:535-545, 1995.

22. {13} Kerminen V.-M. and A. S. Wexler. The interdependence of aerosol processes and mixing in point source plumes. Atmos. Environ. 29:361-375, 1995.

21. {70} Mansoori B. A., M. V. Johnston, and A. S. Wexler. Quantitation of ionic species in single microdroplets by on-line laser desorption/ionization. Analytical Chemistry. 66:3681-3687, 1994.

20. {14} Kerminen V.-M. and A. S. Wexler. Particle formation due to SO2 oxidation and high relative humidity in the remote marine boundary layer. J.of Geophys.Res. – Atmos. 99:25,607-26,614, 1994.

19. {28} Kerminen V.-M. and A. S. Wexler. Post-fog nucleation of H2SO4-H2O particles in smog. Atmos. Environ. 28:2399-2406, 1994.

18. {183} Wexler A. S., F. W. Lurmann, and J. H. Seinfeld. Modelling urban and regional aerosols: I. Model development. Atmos. Environ. 28:531-546, 1994.

17. {17} Wang, X., A. S. Wexler, and D. J. Marsh. The effect of solution non-ideality membrane transport in three-dimensional models of the renal concentrating mechanism. Bull. Math. Biol. 56:515-546, 1994.

16. {110} Pandis, S. N., A. S. Wexler, and J. H. Seinfeld. Secondary organic aerosol formation and transport: II. Predicting the ambient secondary organic aerosol size distribution. Atmos. Environ. 27A:2403-2416, 1993.

15. {80} Wexler A. S. and J. H. Seinfeld. Analysis of aerosol ammonium nitrate: Departures from equilibrium during SCAQS. Atmos. Environ. 26A:579-591, 1992.

14. {6} Wexler A. S. and D. J. Marsh. Numerical methods for three-dimensional models of the urine concentrating mechanism. (A festschrift for Robert E. Kalaba) Appl. Math. Comp. 45:219-238, 1991.

13. {292} Wexler A. S. and J. H. Seinfeld. Second-generation inorganic aerosol model. Atmos. Environ. 25A:2731-2748, 1991.

12. {102} Wexler A. S., R. E. Kalaba, and D. J. Marsh. Three-dimensional anatomy and renal concentrating mechanism: I. Modeling results. Am. J. Physiol. (Renal Fluid and Electrolyte Physiol.) 260:F368-F383, 1991.

11. {36} Wexler A. S., R. E. Kalaba, and D. J. Marsh. Three-dimensional anatomy and renal concentrating mechanism: II. Sensitivity results. Am. J. Physiol. (Renal Fluid and Electrolyte Physiol.) 260:F384-F394, 1991.

10. {14} Cupples W. A., A. S. Wexler, and D. J. Marsh. A model of TGF-proximal tubule interactions in renal autoregulation. Am. J.Physiol. (Renal Fluid and Electrolyte Physiol.) 259:F715-726, 1990.

9. {171} Wexler A. S. and J. H. Seinfeld. The distribution of ammonium salts among a size and composition dispersed aerosol. Atmos. Environ. 24A:1231-1246, 1990.

8. {1} Wexler A. S., R. E. Kalaba, L. S. Tesfatsion, and D. J. Marsh. An invariant imbedding solution of general linear two-point boundary value problems. Appl. Math. Comp. 26:237-244, 1988.

7. {2} Kalaba R. E. and A. S. Wexler. New methods for boundary value problems. Math. Comput. Model. 11:855-857, 1988.

6. {4} Wexler A. S. An algorithm for exact evaluation of multivariate functions and their derivatives to any order. Comp. Stat. Data Analysis. 6:1-6, 1988.

5. {4} Wexler A. S. Solution of nonlinear boundary value problems coupled to a system of algebraic equations using quasilinearization. Nonlinear Anal. 11:691-696, 1987.

4. {8} Wexler A. S. Automatic evaluation of derivatives. Appl.Math. Comp. 24:19-46, 1987.

3. {30} Wexler A. S., R. E. Kalaba, and D. J. Marsh. Passive, one-dimensional countercurrent models do not simulate hypertonic urine formation. Am. J. Physiol. (Renal Fluid Electrolyte Physiol.) 253:F1020-F1030, 1987.

2. {45} Sakai T., D. A. Craig, A. S. Wexler, and D. J. Marsh. Fluid waves in renal tubules. Biophys. J. 50:805-813, 1986.

1. {11} Wexler A. S., R. E. Kalaba, and D. J. Marsh. Automatic derivative evaluation in solving boundary value problems: The renal medulla. Am. J. Physiol. (Renal Fluid Electrolyte Physiol.) 251:F358-F378,1986.

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