CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PARTICULATE PHASE IN THE EXHAUST FROM A DIESEL CAR

@inproceedings{Kerminen1997CHARACTERIZATIONOT,
  title={CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PARTICULATE PHASE IN THE EXHAUST FROM A DIESEL CAR},
  author={veli-matti Kerminen and Timo M{\"a}kel{\"a} and and Christina H. Ojanen and Risto Hillamo and Juha K. Vilhunen and Leena Rantanen and N. Havers and and Alex von Bohlen and Dieter Klockow},
  year={1997}
}
Diesel vehicles are a major source of fine, atmospheric particulate matter in urban environments. The influences diesel particles exert on solar radiation, on atmospheric chemistry, and on humans depend crucially on the size and chemical character of these particles. In this work, size-resolved diesel particle chemistry has been examined by collecting particles directly from a diesel car exhaust with a low-pressure impactor. The impactor samples have been weighed and analyzed chemically to… CONTINUE READING

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