Detection of Greenhouse Gas Precursors from Diesel Engines Using Electrochemical and Photoacoustic Sensors

@article{Moth2010DetectionOG,
  title={Detection of Greenhouse Gas Precursors from Diesel Engines Using Electrochemical and Photoacoustic Sensors},
  author={Ge{\'o}rgia Moth{\'e} and M. P. P. de Castro and Marcelo Sthel and Guilherme Lima and Laisa Brasil and Layse Campos and Aline Rocha and Helion Vargas},
  journal={Sensors (Basel, Switzerland)},
  year={2010},
  volume={10},
  pages={9726 - 9741}
}
Atmospheric pollution is one of the worst threats to modern society. The consequences derived from different forms of atmospheric pollution vary from the local to the global scale, with deep impacts on climate, environment and human health. Several gaseous pollutants, even when present in trace concentrations, play a fundamental role in important processes that occur in atmosphere. Phenomena such as global warming, photochemical smog formation, acid rain and the depletion of the stratospheric… 
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