Morphology Analysis of Fine Particles in Background Station of Malaysia

  title={Morphology Analysis of Fine Particles in Background Station of Malaysia},
  author={Teh Nur Amalina Mohd Zaki and Noor Faizah Fitri M D Yusof and Syabiha Shith},
A study have been conducted at Jerantut, Pahang. PM2.5 concentrations were collected continously for 14 days and were analyzed to investigate time series and diurnal variations. Range of PM2.5 concentration was between 6.0μg/m and 98μg/m with average 30.43 ± 15.07μg/m. The mean temperature was 28.61°C, while relative humidity and wind speed were 76.49% and 0.56m/s. From hourly variations, the percentage of PM2.5 concentration that exceed USEPA and WHO standards are 30.36% and 56.85… CONTINUE READING
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