Elizabeth is now an engineer for Dupont Corporation in Deleware. Her research focused on characterizing the size and sodium mass of sea-salt aerosols. The majority of sea salt aerosols are created by bubbles bursting at the ocean's surface. She has created a bubble generator to simulate this aerosol formation under laboratory conditions. After the aerosols are generated, they go into a salt particle counter (SPC) to characterize the sea-salt. The SPC consists of a differential mobility analyzer (DMA) to separate the particles according to their electrical mobility, a condensation particle counter (CPC) to count how many particles are in each size class, and a flame photometric detector (FPD) to thermally dissociate the aerosols to determine their sodium mass concentration. Her experimental setup looks at particles in the size range of 0.01 - 0.30 um.