VAPOR ADSORPTION ARTIFACT IN THE SAMPLING OF ORGANIC AEROSOL.

Stephen R. McDow, James Huntzicker

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Abstract

The problem of artifacts in the filter sampling of organic aerosol is not well-understood. Such artifacts can be associated with the adsorption of organic vapors on filter media (e. g. , Cadle et al, 1983), volatilization of collected organic aerosol (e. g. , Cadle et al, 1983), volatilization of collected organic aerosol (e. g. , Van Vaeck et al, 1984), and chemical reactions of other atmospheric constituents such as NO//x with collected organic aerosol (e. g. , Pitts et al, 1978). Important variables include: sampling, duration, filter face velocity, and chemical composition of organic vapors and particles. This paper summarizes a systematic investigation of adsorption/volatilization artifacts.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherPergamon Press
Pages512-514
Number of pages3
StatePublished - 1986

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Aerosols
Vapors
Vaporization
Sampling
Adsorption
Chemical reactions
Chemical analysis

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McDow, S. R., & Huntzicker, J. (1986). VAPOR ADSORPTION ARTIFACT IN THE SAMPLING OF ORGANIC AEROSOL. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 512-514). Pergamon Press.

VAPOR ADSORPTION ARTIFACT IN THE SAMPLING OF ORGANIC AEROSOL. / McDow, Stephen R.; Huntzicker, James.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Pergamon Press, 1986. p. 512-514.

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McDow, SR & Huntzicker, J 1986, VAPOR ADSORPTION ARTIFACT IN THE SAMPLING OF ORGANIC AEROSOL. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Pergamon Press, pp. 512-514.
McDow SR, Huntzicker J. VAPOR ADSORPTION ARTIFACT IN THE SAMPLING OF ORGANIC AEROSOL. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Pergamon Press. 1986. p. 512-514
McDow, Stephen R. ; Huntzicker, James. / VAPOR ADSORPTION ARTIFACT IN THE SAMPLING OF ORGANIC AEROSOL. Unknown Host Publication Title. Pergamon Press, 1986. pp. 512-514
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