Photocopy of: Environmental science and technology, vol. 22, no. 7, (1988), pp.811-818.
|Other titles||Environmental science and technology.|
|Statement||James R. Anderson ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Anderson, James R., American Chemical Society.|
Influence of the Environment on the [4Fe−4S]2+ to [2Fe−2S]2+ Cluster Switch in the Transcriptional Regulator FNR Chemistry of individual aerosol particles from Chandler, Arizona, an arid urban environment. James R. Anderson; F. John. Aggett; Peter R. Buseck; Mark S. Germani; Environmental Science & Technology Key words: Aerosol particles, Chemistry, Measurements, Traffic 1. INTRODUCTION Atmospheric aerosols are known to have adverse health effects especially in urban areas, where many of the pollution sources are located and where over 50% of World’s population are exposed to these pollutants (Elvidge et al. ; Keeler et al. ). Besides. James R. Anderson's research while affiliated with Arizona State University and other places. Chemistry of individual aerosol particles from Chandler, Arizona, an arid urban environment. Article. Spatiotemporal distribution of airborne particulate metals and metalloids in a populated arid region. T.W. ShattuckChemistry of individual aerosol-particles from Chandler, Arizona, an arid urban-environment. Environmental Science & Technology, 22 (), pp. Cited by:
(). Characterization of individual particles in the Phoenix urban aerosol, using electron beam instruments. (). Chemical characterization of individual particles (PM10) from ambient air in Guiyang City, : R. K. Xie, H. M. Seip, L. Liu and D. S. Zhang. Thomas Shattuck is retired from the Chemistry Department, Colby College. Chemistry of individual aerosol particles from Chandler, Arizona, an arid urban environment. Atmospheric Environment Vol. 25B, No. 2, pp. , /91 $+ Printed in Great Britain. Pergamon Press pie QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF AIRBORNE BREATHABLE PARTICLES: A COMPARISON BETWEEN DIFFERENT ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES L. PAOLETTI,*~" M. DIOCIAIUTI,~" M. FALCHI,t D. PISANIJf and G. Cited by: 6. The word aerosol was introduced more than 80 years ago as an analogy to the term hydrosol, a stable liquid suspension of solid particles [Hinds, ]. An aerosol is defined in its simplest form as solid or liquid particles suspended in a gas, and it includes a wide range of phenomena such as dust, fume, smoke, mist, fog, haze, andFile Size: KB.
*Anderson JR, Aggett FJ, Buseck PR, et al. Chemistry of individual aerosol particles from. Chandler, Arizona, an arid urban environment. Environ Sci Technol *Anderson MB, Lepak K, Farinas V, et al. Protective action of zinc against cobalt induced testicular damage in the mouse. Reprod Toxicol 7(1) Aerosol production from wave breaking on freshwater lakes, including the Laurentian Great Lakes, is poorly understood in comparison to sea spray aerosol (SSA). Aerosols from freshwater have the potential to impact regional climate and public health. Herein, lake spray aerosol (LSA) is defined as aerosol generated from freshwater through bubble bursting, analogous to SSA Cited by: 9. Characterization of individual airborne particles in Taiyuan City, China Anderson JR, Aggett J, Buseck PR, Germani MS, Shattuck TW () Chemistry of individual particles from Chandler, Arizona, an arid urban environment. Environ Sci Technol 22 Khodzher T, Obolkin V, Potemkin V () Composition of individual aerosol particles . The atmosphere of the Earth is a colloidal system that contains liquid and solid aerosol particles beside gas-phase components. Aerosol particles are ubiquitous and play an important role in the physics and chemistry of the atmosphere, especially in the .