Polysaccharides , Proteins , and Phytoplankton Fragments : Four Chemically Distinct Types of Marine Primary Organic Aerosol Classified by Single Particle Spectromicroscopy

@inproceedings{Hawkins2010PolysaccharidesP,
  title={Polysaccharides , Proteins , and Phytoplankton Fragments : Four Chemically Distinct Types of Marine Primary Organic Aerosol Classified by Single Particle Spectromicroscopy},
  author={Lelia N. Hawkins and L Russell},
  year={2010}
}
Carbon-containing aerosol particles collected in the Arctic and southeastern Pacific marine boundary lay1 ers show distinct chemical signatures of proteins, calcareous phytoplankton, and two types of polysaccharides 2 in Near-Edge Absorption X-ray Fine Structure (NEXAFS) spectromicroscopy. Arctic samples contained mostly 3 supermicron sea salt cuboids with a polysaccharide-like organic coating. Southeastern Pacific samples contained 4 both continental and marine aerosol types; of the 28… CONTINUE READING
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