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Recent studies suggest that human activities have accelerated the production and emissions of atmospheric ammonia (NH3) and other reactive nitrogen on a global scale. The increase in reactive nitrogen emissions may lead to environmental impacts including photochemical air pollution, reduced...
Aerosol transport is a fundamental phenomenon in many environmental and industrial applications. The study of the dispersion of aerosols, such as contaminants, in the workplace and the search for solutions to capture them are the biggest challenges currently faced in the field of occupational...
Concentric-cylindrical electrical condensers, commonly employed in laboratory research work to precipitate charged aerosol particles (electrostatic precipitator, ESP), can also be used to measure the mean electric mobility of the aerosol and to estimate its mobility distribution. A theoretical...
In the present study, seasonal transport trends and potential source regions of carbonaceous species [organic carbon (OC), elemental carbon (EC), water-soluble organic carbon (WSOC), secondary organic carbon (SOC) and total carbonaceous aerosols (TCAs)] of PM10 was evaluated over Darjeeling, an...
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