characterization of extractable organic fine particulate

  • characterization of the solvent extractable organic compounds

    Characterization of the solvent extractable organic compounds

    However, the characteristics of the SEOC in the fine particles (PM2.5) are not known, especially on an annual basis. Furthermore, the organic compounds in aerosols are known to be effective in providing source apportionment information (Simoneit, 1986). All these suggest that the finer particles are of great importance and should be

  • characterization of extractable organic fine particulate

    Characterization of Extractable Organic Fine Particulate

    Characterization of Extractable Organic Fine Particulate Matter in the Atmosphere of Houston and Source Apportionment Calculations Using Organic Molecular Markers Fraser, M. P. Yue, Z. W.

  • characterization of solvent-extractable organics in urban

    Characterization of Solvent-Extractable Organics in Urban

    Chemical characterization of fine particulate matter in Changzhou, China, and source apportionment with offline aerosol mass spectrometry. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 2017, 17 (4) , 2573-2592. DOI: 10.5194/acp-17-2573-2017. Hiroyuki Hagino, Motoaki Oyama, Sousuke Sasaki.

  • seasonal pollution characteristics of organic compounds

    Seasonal pollution characteristics of organic compounds

    Organic matter is the most abundant fraction in fine particles in Beijing, occupying 30–50% of the total mass, indicating its key role in air pollution control. However, detailed chemical characterization of particulate organic matter in Beijing has never been reported.

  • extractable organic carbon and its differentiation

    Extractable Organic Carbon and its Differentiation

    (2009). Extractable Organic Carbon and its Differentiation by Polarity in Diesel Exhaust, Wood Smoke, and Urban Particulate Matter. Aerosol Science and Technology: Vol. 43, No. 7, pp. 714-729.

  • characterization and source apportionment of water-soluble

    Characterization and Source Apportionment of Water-Soluble

    Water-soluble organic matter (WSOM) in fine particles (PM2.5) collected at one rural and three urban sites from the Southeastern Aerosol Research and Characterization network were characterized with a High-Resolution Time-of-Flight Aerosol Mass Spectrometer (HR–ToF–AMS). These samples were also analyzed for a suite of molecular markers by Gas Chromatography–Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS) to

  • chemical characterization of fine and ultrafine pm, direct

    Chemical characterization of fine and ultrafine PM, direct

    The toxicity of both the organic extractable matter (OEM2.5-0.3) and non-extractable matter (NEM2.5-0.3) of fine particles (PM2.5-0.3) was compared to that of PM2.5-0.3 in its entirety on normal

  • characterization of pm 2

    Characterization of PM 2

    been reported by Chow et al7 to be a major component (ca. 40-60 %) of fine suspended particulate (PM2.5) in California. Studies have also been carried out to identify and quantify the individual components of the solvent extractable organic fraction of aerosols. Characterization of solvent extractable organic carbons (SEOC) in total suspended

  • characterization of extractable plant wax, resin

    Characterization of extractable plant wax, resin

    Sources of Organic Compounds in Fine Soil and Sand Particles During Winter in the Metropolitan Area of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 2005, 49 (4) , 457-470. DOI: 10.1007/s00244-004-0002-7.

  • chemical characterization of water-soluble organic compounds

    Chemical Characterization of Water-Soluble Organic Compounds

    2 Current status of characterization of organic carbon species in fine particulates 2.1 Solvent extractable organic species Carbonaceous materials (organic substances and elemental carbon), could take up 20-80% of fine particulate mass (Jacobson et al., 2000). Most often chemical speciation of organic carbon (OC) is performed on a fraction that

  • characterisation of solvent extractable organic constituents

    Characterisation of solvent extractable organic constituents

    Characterisation of solvent extractable organic constituents in atmospheric particulate matter: an overview Célia A. Alves Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies, Department of Environment, University of Aveiro, 3810-193 Aveiro, Portugal

  • sample characterization of automobile and forklift diesel

    Sample characterization of automobile and forklift diesel

    A-DEPs had more than 10 times the amount of extractable organic material and less than one-sixth the amount of elemental carbon compared with SRM 2975. Aspiration of 100 micro g of either DEP sample in saline produced mild acute lung injury; however, A-DEPs induced macrophage influx and activation, whereas SRM 2975 enhanced polymorphonuclear