The scientists from Carnegie Mellon University proved that half- labile organic compounds can easily diffuse into tiny atmospheric particles. Additionally, this amalgamation occupies the air by easily moving, said the scientists. The research was aimed to present a good understanding into how organic particles behave in the environment. The scientists have stated that environmental air is full of microscopic airborne known as aerosols. Aerosols come from organic sources such as fires or sea spray as well as from human-made emissions.
Aerosol particle pass through the environment by encountering other elements of populations. These particles chemically change into a dense soup of oxidized organic matter which is a result because of the changes due to the traveling process of aerosol. The particle develops their capability with time and potentially grow to impact climate change, said the scientists. The scientists have suggested, that “For Understanding changes in the particles is crucial, to get an idea of how they affect the environment and human health”.