Receptor modeling of ambient VOC at Santiago , Chile

@inproceedings{Jorquera2004ReceptorMO,
  title={Receptor modeling of ambient VOC at Santiago , Chile},
  author={H{\'e}ctor Jorquera},
  year={2004}
}
Ambient VOC measured at a 1996 spring campaign at Santiago, Chile, have been analyzed using the receptor models UNMIX and Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF). The ambient campaign took place at two sites: a downtown site, close to major traffic emissions, and a residential site, downwind of major industrial sources and highways. At the downtown site the following source apportionments estimates were obtained: fuel evaporation, 29.775.6%; gasoline exhaust, 22.073.4%; diesel exhaust, 18.172.9… CONTINUE READING

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