CCAR- Copenhagen Chemistry Atmospheric Research – University of Copenhagen

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CCAR- Copenhagen Chemistry Atmospheric Research

CCAR seeks to answer a number of questions within atmospheric research. Among these are: Why are perfluorinated acids found in Polar Regions? How can we make more climate friendly chemicals.

Groupleader: Ole John Nielsen 
Secretary / Contact: Lone Mortensen
email: lone@kemi.ku.dk 
tlf.: 353 20300, fax: 353 20322

CCAR has patented a new photochemical air purification process suitable for industrial polluters.

CCAR investigates the purification of indoor air as well as pollution mitigation from various production processes. The CCAR team collaborates across disciplinary boundaries. The vision of the group is to combine quantum mechanical computation with laboratory measurements

In collaboration with INFUSER A/S CCAR has established AIRlab UCPH as a semiautonomous research entity. Read more here