Fine particulate matter has been associated with adverse health effects, reduced visibility, haze and global climate change. Controlling sources of fine particles in urban and rural airsheds requires detailed knowledge of emission sources, including temporal and spatial distributions. Currently, about 20% of the organic mixtures associated with fine particles can be determined quantitatively as individual chemical species. Some compounds can be related to the emission source based on the chemical profile of that source, and are designated as molecular markers.The experimental work compared two forms of chromatography and which chromatography was the optimal choice to ... High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) The HPLC was an Agilent series LC1200 with a UV-Vis diode arrayanbsp;...
|Title||:||Polar Organic Compounds in Fine Particulate Matter in the NJ-NY-CT Transportation Corridor|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|