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Aerosol cloud interaction plays an important role in global radiative forcing. Particles can change the incoming solar radiation directly by scattering or absorbing. Acting as cloud condensation nuclei (CCN), particles can also change the climate indirectly through forming clouds. On the other hand, cloud provides the aqueous environment for the aerosol chemistry to happen, changing the size and components in a particle. My research focuses on using a particle resolve model to track the physical and chemical changes of the particle population during cloud processing.