PAHs , carbonyls , VOCs and PM 2 . 5 emission factors for pre-harvest burning of Florida sugarcane

@inproceedings{Hall2012PAHsC,
  title={PAHs , carbonyls , VOCs and PM 2 . 5 emission factors for pre-harvest burning of Florida sugarcane},
  author={Danielle Hall and Chang-Yu Wu and Yu-Mei Hsu and James E Stormer and Guenter Engling and Krisha Capeto and Jun Wang and Scott Brownd and Hsing-Wang Li and K C Yu},
  year={2012}
}
Emission factors (EFs) for hazardous polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), carbonyls, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) as well as other species such as PM2.5, elemental carbon (EC), organic carbon (OC), and tracer compounds (e.g., levoglucosan (LG) and other sugars) were investigated for sugarcane pre-harvest burning in Florida. A combustion chamber was used to simulate field burning conditions for determining EFs of both dry leaf and whole stalk biomass burning. Samples were collected… CONTINUE READING
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