Temperature-induced volatility of molecular markers in ambient airborne particulate matter

@inproceedings{Ruehl2011TemperatureinducedVO,
  title={Temperature-induced volatility of molecular markers in ambient airborne particulate matter},
  author={Chris Ruehl and W. A. van den Ham and Michael J. Kleeman},
  year={2011}
}
Molecular markers are organic compounds used to represent known sources of particulate matter (PM) in statistical source apportionment studies. The utility of molecular markers depends on, among other things, their ability to represent PM volatility under realistic atmospheric conditions. We measured the particle-phase concentrations and temperature-induced volatility of commonly-used molecular markers in California’s heavily polluted San Joaqin Valley. Concentrations of elemental carbon… CONTINUE READING
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