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

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the appliance of issue research to city aerosol resource answer / 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 --
assessment of the chemical receptor version of aerosol resource apportionment / John A. Cooper --
The state-of-the-art of receptor types concerning ambient suspended particulate topic to resources / John G. Watson, Ronald C. Henry, John A. Cooper, and Edward S. Macias --
Air particulate regulate process improvement : a brand new method 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 website : 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 nice debris emitted from coal burned in a contemporary electrical strength plant built with a flue-gas desulfurization process / J.M. Ondov, A.H. Biermann, R.E. Heft, and R.F. Koszykowski --
assets and fates of atmospheric polycyclic fragrant hydrocarbons / Ronald A. Hites --
Atmospheric particulate natural topic : multivariate versions for deciding upon assets and estimating their contributions to the ambient aerosol / J.M. Daisey and T.J. Kneip --
an automatic thermal-optical technique for the research of carbonaceous aerosol / Richard L. Johnson, Jitendra J. Shah, Robert A. Cary, and James J. Huntzicker --
Wintertime carbonaceous aerosols in la : an exploration of the position of elemental carbon / M.H. Conklin, G.R. Cass, L.-C. Chu, and E.S. Macias --
Carbonaceous city aerosol : basic 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 --
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T h i s approach has c l e a r l y allowed the r e s o l u t i o n of the sources with r e s u l t s t h a t appear to be very c o m p e t i t i v e to the chemical mass balance method. However, i t was not necessary t o make i n i t i a l assumptions r e g a r d i n g the number of p a r t i c l e sources or t h e i r elemental composition. A d d i t i o n a l s t u d i e s need to be made to t e s t the accuracy and p r e c i s i o n w i t h which such r e s o l u t i o n s can be made. Conclusions I t i s c l e a r t h a t s e v e r a l forms of f a c t o r a n a l y s i s can be very u s e f u l i n the i n t e r p r e t a t i o n of a e r o s o l composition data.

9500. 74 27700. 47 122. 0 6060. 65000. 2 250. 52 Average Error a - n o t r e p o r t e d by Bowman e t a l . » 1973 Th Sm U Na Sc Mn Cs La Fe Al Dy Hf Ba Rb Ce Lu Nd Yb Tb Ta Eu K Sb Zn Cr Ti Co Ca V Element Phase A 9. 10 46000. 1 45. 4 300. 40 10400. 245. 7 27600. 76 134. 7 6700. 65000. 6 Reported T a b l e 5. 64 2480. 20 118. 186. 9380. 6 78900. 302. 18 135. 54 24600. 0 1420. 0. 5 80100. 84300. 63 2510. 20 118. 186. 9370. 6 78800. 301. 54 24600. 0 1420. 0. 5 80100. 84300. 18 135. 63 2550. 20 118.

0. 5 80100. 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.

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