Composition of Semi-volatile Particles from Diesel Exhaust

@article{Scheer2005CompositionOS,
  title={Composition of Semi-volatile Particles from Diesel Exhaust},
  author={V. Scheer and U. Kirchner and R. Casati and R. Vogt and B. Wehner and S. Philippin and A. Wiedensohler and N. Hock and J. Schneider and S. Weimer and S. Borrmann},
  journal={SAE transactions},
  year={2005},
  volume={114},
  pages={106-116}
}
Vehicle exhaust particles from diesel passenger vehicles were studied in terms of volatility and chemical composition. Condensation of semi-volatile compounds leads to particle growth during exhaust dilution and cooling. The particle growth was observed to be particle surface related. At higher vehicle speed and load some of the semi-volatile material forms nucleation particles that are dominating the particle number concentration. The nucleation mode is completely volatile at 180°C and… Expand
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