The ENAQ Lab is a part of the Center for Environmental Nanoscience and Risk at the Arnold School of Public Health. CENR conducts studies on the synthesis, characterization, and interaction of nanoparticles, as well the assessment of their fate, transport, and transformation as they interact with components in various environmental compartments. The lab is equipped with aerosol, chromatography and spectrometry instrumentations and has access to AFM, SP-ICP-MS, DLS, etc within CENR, as well as other instrumentations used for characterizing nanoparticles within the University.