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Sea spray particles ejected as a result of bubbles bursting from artificial seawater containing salt and organic matter in a stainless steel tank were sampled for size distribution, morphology, and cloud condensation nucleus (CCN) activity. Bubbles were generated either by aeration through a diffuser or by water jet impingement on the seawater surface.(More)
Particle structure, understood as the characterization of size, morphology, texture and the spatial distribution of the different compounds at an individual particle level, influences carbonaceous aggregates behavior in the atmosphere and the respiratory system. Additionally, the absorption and scattering of light is modified by the particle structure and(More)
  • Esther Coz, Gary S. Casuccio, Traci Traci Lersch, Traci Lersch
  • 2011
Nano-sized heavy metal compounds and mineral dust are frequently found as part of the structures in larger anthro-pogenic particles from urban environments (Adachi and Buseck, 2010). The study of these particles has received special attention in recent studies due to harmful toxicological and environmental effects. For instance, the heavy metal particles(More)
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