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Atmospheric Aerosol. Source/Air Quality Relationships by Edward S. Macias, Philip K. Hopke, Chemical Congress of the

By Edward S. Macias, Philip K. Hopke, Chemical Congress of the North American

content material: New advancements in receptor modeling idea / S.K. Friedlander --
the appliance of issue research to city aerosol resource solution / Philip okay. Hopke --
Composition of resource elements wanted for aerosol receptor versions / Glen E. Gordon, William H. Zoller, Gregory S. Kowalczyk, and Scott W. Rheingrover --
overview of the chemical receptor version of aerosol resource apportionment / John A. Cooper --
The state-of-the-art of receptor types pertaining to ambient suspended particulate subject to resources / John G. Watson, Ronald C. Henry, John A. Cooper, and Edward S. Macias --
Air particulate keep an eye on technique improvement : a brand new process utilizing chemical mass stability equipment / John E. center, Patrick L. Hanrahan, and John A. Cooper --
Chemical species contributions to gentle scattering via aerosols at a distant arid web site : comparability of statistical and theoretical effects / J.R. Ouimette, R.C. Flagan, and A.R. Kelso --
Aerosols from a laboratory pulverized coal combustor / D.D. Taylor and R.C. Flagan --
Elemental composition of atmospheric tremendous debris emitted from coal burned in a latest electrical energy plant built with a flue-gas desulfurization approach / J.M. Ondov, A.H. Biermann, R.E. Heft, and R.F. Koszykowski --
resources and fates of atmospheric polycyclic fragrant hydrocarbons / Ronald A. Hites --
Atmospheric particulate natural subject : multivariate versions for settling on assets and estimating their contributions to the ambient aerosol / J.M. Daisey and T.J. Kneip --
an automatic thermal-optical approach for the research of carbonaceous aerosol / Richard L. Johnson, Jitendra J. Shah, Robert A. Cary, and James J. Huntzicker --
Wintertime carbonaceous aerosols in l. a. : an exploration of the position of elemental carbon / M.H. Conklin, G.R. Cass, L.-C. Chu, and E.S. Macias --
Carbonaceous city aerosol : fundamental or secondary? / Lih-Ching Chu and Edward S. Macias --
Comparisons among size-segregated resuspended soil samples and ambient aerosols within the western usa / T.A. Cahill, L.L. Ashbaugh, R.A. Eldred, P.J. Feeney, B.H. Kusko, and R.G. Flocchini --
Aerosol composition in terms of air mass events in north China / John W. Winchester, Michael Darzi, Alistair C.D. Leslie, Wang Mingxing, Ren Lixin, and Lü Weixiu --
resources of airborne calcium in rural vital Illinois / Donald F. Gatz, Gary J. Stensland, Michael V. Miller, and Alistair C.D. Leslie --
The impact of Owens Dry Lake on air caliber within the Owens Valley with implications for the Mono Lake zone / J.B. Barone, L.L. Ashbaugh, B.H. Kusko, and T.A. Cahill.

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21. 30. 0 12. 0 21. 9 120. Sulfate 170. 420. 62. 0 49. 52. 8. 3 120. 2 16. 0 2. 4 14. 46. 0 37. 1 12. 0 9. 0 27. 60. 0 11. 45. 9 11. 81. 6 57. 2 16 680 Total Predicted Average point-by-point error i n p r e d i c t e d and measured data. U n c e r t a i n t y i s the standard d e v i a t i o n of the mean value. Al Si S CI K Ca Ti Mn Fe Ni Cu Zn Se Br Sr Ba Pb Element Fine F r a c t i o n Samples From J u l y 4 t h and 5th Excluded Table 8. Summary of Mass C o n t r i b u t i o n s . org 29 15 7 163 28 53 260 122 15 106 210 77 89 27 88 353 6 Average % Error 2.

84300. 18 135. 63 2550. 20 118. 186. 9360. 6 7 8800. 301. 18 135. 9 1420. 0. 5 80000. 84300. 55 24600. Error Average Phase B 300. 18. 6 8000. 3 114. 178. 9000. 6 7 5000. 27. 72 24300. 5 1370. 5 77000. 84000. 2 — a Reported r O on O en > w X o > H £ 2. HOPKE Urban Aerosol Source 39 Resolution Table 6. Refined Source P r o f i l e s . (mg/g) RAPS S t a t i o n 112, J u l y and August 1976 Fine F r a c t i o n Element Al Si S CI K Ca Ti Mn Fe Ni Cu Zn Se Br Sr Ba Pb Motor Vehicle 5. 4 11. 1 30. 7 107.

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