These pages provide you with a brief overview of Adil's atmospheric science research interests and his personal ideas. In order to help constrain the methane budget, Adil makes downwind mobile in-situ atmospheric methane measurements to help to quantify facility scale emission fluxes from sources such as landfill sites. In the past, Adil used unmanned aerial vehicle sampling to help to derive methane emission fluxes. He has also conducted some research investigating adsorption of benzene onto artificial un-ablated dust grains entering Titan's atmosphere, using a dual flow tube with a mass spectrometer and an ultra-high vacuum chamber. Adil briefly researched the steeping process of cellulose in the production of films, using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

Earth's atmosphere appears blue due to Rayleigh scattering

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