Utilizing single particle Raman microscopy as a non-destructive method to identify sources of PM10 from cattle feedlot operations

@inproceedings{Huang2013UtilizingSP,
  title={Utilizing single particle Raman microscopy as a non-destructive method to identify sources of PM10 from cattle feedlot operations},
  author={Qiang Huang and Laura L. McConnell and Edna B. Razote and Walter F. Schmidt and Bryan T. Vinyard and Alba Torrents and Cathleen J Hapeman and Ronaldo G. Maghirang and Steven L. Trabue and John Prueger and Kyoung Sin Ro},
  year={2013}
}
Emissions of particulate matter (PM) from animal feeding operations (AFOs) pose a potential threat to the health of humans and livestock. Current efforts to characterize PM emissions from AFOs generally examine variations in mass concentration and particle size distributions over time and space, but these methods do not provide information on the sources of the PM captured. Raman microscopy was employed as a nondestructive method to quantify the contributions of source materials to PM10 emitted… CONTINUE READING
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