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Relating aerosol mass spectra to composition and nanostructure of soot particles [Epub ahead of print]

Tidsskriftartikel - 2018

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The composition and carbon nanostructure of soot are important parameters influencing health and climate effects, and the efficacy of soot mitigation technologies. We used laser-vaporization, electron-ionization aerosol mass spectrometry (or SP-AMS) to systematically investigate relationships between aerosol mass spectra, carbon nanostructure (HRTEM), and composition (thermal-optical carbon analysis) for soot with varying physicochemical properties. SP-AMS refractory black carbon concentrations (based on C≤5+ clusters) were correlated to elemental carbon (r = 0.98, p 

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Malmborg VB, Eriksson AC, Török S, Zhang Y, Kling K, Martinsson J, Fortner EC, Gren L, Kook S, Onasch TB, Bengtsson P, Pagels J. Relating aerosol mass spectra to composition and nanostructure of soot particles [Epub ahead of print]. Carbon 2018.
doi: 10.1016/j.carbon.2018.10.072

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