Size-dependent mixing characteristics of volatile and nonvolatile components in diesel exhaust aerosols.

@article{Sakurai2003SizedependentMC,
  title={Size-dependent mixing characteristics of volatile and nonvolatile components in diesel exhaust aerosols.},
  author={Hiromu Sakurai and Kihong Park and Peter H. McMurry and Darrick D Zarling and David B. Kittelson and Paul J Ziemann},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2003},
  volume={37 24},
  pages={5487-95}
}
Mixing characteristics of particles of different volatilities from a diesel engine were studied with two tandem differential mobility analyzers (TDMAs) and an aerosol particle mass analyzer (APM). In both TDMA systems, a heater was located in the aerosol path between the first and second DMAs. Diesel exhaust particles that were size-selected in the first DMA were passed through the heater, and the change in particle size due to loss of volatile components was determined by the second DMA. On… CONTINUE READING

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