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27. Sabine Goldberg, Hind A. Al-Abadleh, and W. Mitchell, a contributed talk in the symposium entitled Metal Sorption on Organic and Inorganic Surfaces: From Laboratory to Model to Field at the 2010 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in San Francisco (December 2010).  This symposium is grouped under Biogeosciences (B)/Biogeochemical cycles, processes and modeling. 

26. Gregory Casey, Gregory R. Wentworth, I.P. Hamilton and Hind A. Al-Abadleh, "Quantum Chemical Calculations on Solvation effects for Selected Photoreactive Aromatic Organic Molecules of Atmospheric Relevance", a poster at the 2010 Symposium on Chemical Physics at the University of Waterloo.

25. Adrian Adamescu, William Mitchel, I. P. Hamilton and Hind A. Al-Abadleh, "Insights into the Surface Complexation of Dimethylarsinic Acid on Iron (Oxyhydr)oxides from ATR-FTIR Studies and Quantum Chemical Calculations", a poster at the 2010 Symposium on Chemical Physics at the University of Waterloo.


23,24. Gregory Wentworth, Gregory Casey, Ian P. Hamilton and Hind A. Al-Abadleh, “Kinetics of Photochemical Reactions and Water Uptake in Organic-containing Aerosols", an invited poster at the Rising Stars of Research event at University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC (2010), and the 2010 Symposium on Chemical Physics at the University of Waterloo.

22. Adrian Adamescu, William Mitchell, I.P. Hamilton and Hind A. Al-Abadleh, Surface Speciation of Dimethylarsinic Acid (DMA) on Iron (oxyhydr)oxides Studied by ATR-FTIR and Quantum Mechanical Calculations, a contributed talk to be presented at the Heterogeneous Chemical Experiments and Models for the Environment Symposium at the 93rd CSC in Toronto, ON (2010).

21- Adrian Adamescu, Holly Gray, I. P. Hamilton and Hind A. Al-Abadleh, Quantum chemical calculations of Geometry, Atomic Charges and Infrared Frequencies of As(V)-containing Compounds Important in Geochemistry, a poster presented at the Chemical Physics Symposium at UW (Nov. 4, 2009).

20- Scott Cowen and Hind A. Al-Abadleh, “Spectroscopic Studies on the Photochemical Transformation of Tannic Acid as a Model for HULIS in Atmospheric Aerosols”, a contributed poster in the Atmospheric Sciences Section of the 2009 Joint Assembly meeting of American Geophysical Union in Toronto, ON (June).


19- Hind A. Al-Abadleh, Matthew Chabot, Tuan Hoang, “Surface Speciation of p-Arsanilic Acid on Model Inorganic Soil Components Studied by ATR-FTIR”, a contributed talk in the Metal Speciation Symposium at the 92nd CSC, Hamilton, ON (May).


18- Hind A. Al-Abadleh and Scott Cowen, “DRIFTS Studies on the Photodegradation of Tannic Acid as a Model for HULIS in Atmospheric Aerosols”, a contributed talk in the Atmospheric Chemistry Symposium at the 92nd CSC, Hamilton, ON (May).


16,17- Scott Cowen and Hind A. Al-Abadleh, “Photodegradation of Tannic Acid as a Model for Atmospheric HULIS”, contributed posters at the 92nd CSC, Hamilton, ON (May) and Ken Hewitt Symposium on Cold Regions and Water Science Research at WLU (March).


14,15- Holly Gray, Adrian Adamescu, Ian Hamilton, and Hind A. Al-Abadleh, “Geometries and Infrared Spectra of Selected Organoarsenical Compounds Investigated using Quantum Mechanical Calculations”, contributed posters at Ken Hewitt Symposium on Cold Regions and Water Science Research, Waterloo, Ontario (March), and at the 37th Southern Ontario Undergraduate Chemistry Conference (SOUCC) at Brock University (Mar) and at the 92nd Canadian Chemistry Conference, Hamilton, ON (May).


13- Adrian Adamescu, Holly Gray, Katherine Stewart, Ian Hamilton, and Hind A. Al-Abadleh, “Trends in the Infrared Frequencies of v(AsOx) [x=2,3] in Selected As(V)-containing Compounds Investigated using Quantum Chemical Calculations”, a contributed poster at the Chemical Physics Symposium at the University of Waterloo (Nov.).


12- Matthew Chabot, Tuan Hoang and Hind A. Al-Abadleh, "Binding Mechanism of p-Arsanilic Acid to Iron (oxyhydr)oxides Studied by ATR-FTIR", a contributed poster at the Chemical Physics Symposium at the University of Waterloo (Nov.). 

6- Tuan Hoang, Scott Cowen and Hind A. Al-Abadleh (2007) "Spectroscopic Investigations of the Surface Interactions of p-Arsanilic Acid with Iron (Oxyhydr)oxides", a poster at the 23rd Annual Symposium on Chemial Physics at the University of Waterloo, organized by Professor Bob LeRoy, Waterloo, ON.

5- Al-Abadleh H., DePalma S., Crasto G., Cowen S. (2007) "ATR-FTIR Spectroscopic Investigations of p-Arsanilic Acid Adsorption on Iron Oxide Nanoparticles", a contributed oral talk at the symposium Applications of

Spectroscopy: Remotely and in the Lab, organized and chaired by Jennifer van Wijngaarden at the 90th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, Winnipeg, MB.

4- DePalma S., Cowen S., Al-Abadleh H. (2007) "Adsorption of p-Arsanilic Acid on Model Geosorbents: ATR-FTIR Studies" a contributed poster at the 90th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, Winnipeg, MB.

3- Scott Cowen and Hind A. Al-Abadleh (2007), “Characterization and Reactivity of Multicomponent Aerosol Proxies with NO2”, oral talk at the 21th Gananoque Conference of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gananoque, ON and the 35th Southern Ontario Undergraduate Students Chemistry Conference at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, ON.

2- Sarah DePalma and Hind A. Al-Abadleh (2007), “Surface Interactions of Organoarsenicals with Iron Oxide Nanoparticles: ATR-FTIR Studies”, oral talkat the 21th Gananoque Conference of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gananoque, ON and the 35th Southern Ontario Undergraduate Students Chemistry Conference at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, ON.

1- Kati McCartney and Hind A. Al-Abadleh (2006), “Functionalization of Silica Surfaces with Organic Monolayers”, poster at the 20th Gananoque Conference of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gananoque, ON.