Cloud condensation nuclei in polluted air and biomass burning smoke near the mega-city Guangzhou, China – Part 2: Size-resolved aerosol chemical composition, diurnal cycles, and externally mixed weakly CCN-active soot particles
Available online: http://dx.doi.org/10.5194/acp-11-2817-2011
D. Rose ; S.S. Gunthe ; H. Su ; R.M. Garland ; H. Yang ; M. Berghof ; Y.F. Cheng ; B. Wehner ; P. Achtert ; A. Nowak ; A. Wiedensohler ; N. Takegawa ; Y. Kondo ; M. Hu ; Y. Zhang ; M.O. Andreae ; U. Pöschl
in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP) > Vol. 11. N° 3 [03/01/2011] . - p.2817-2836
Size-resolved chemical composition, mixing state, and cloud condensation nucleus (CCN) activity of aerosol particles in polluted mega-city air and biomass burning smoke were measured during the PRIDE-PRD2006 campaign near Guangzhou, China, using an aerosol mass spectrometer (AMS), a volatility tandem differential mobility analyzer (VTDMA), and a continuous-flow CCN counter (DMT-CCNC).
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