Time-resolved analysis of particle emissions from residential biomass combustion e Emissions of refractory black carbon, PAHs and organic tracers

@inproceedings{Eriksson2017TimeresolvedAO,
  title={Time-resolved analysis of particle emissions from residential biomass combustion e Emissions of refractory black carbon, PAHs and organic tracers},
  author={Axel C. Eriksson and Robert Lindgren and Johan Martinsson and Robin Nystr and Erik Z. Nordin and Ioannis Sadiktsis and Christoffer Boman and Jacob K. N\ojgaard and Joakim Pagels},
  year={2017}
}
Time-resolved analysis of wood stove emissions as a function of burn rate. Fuel addition > Low temperature pyrolysis > High OA emissions. Flaming Combustion > rBC emissions with organic coating. Very high burn rate > unchangedm/ z 60, elevated rBC and OA emissions and very strongly elevated PAH 

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