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Distribution characteristics on volatile organic compounds at the forest of Mt. mudeung and downtown
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  • Journal title : Analytical Science and Technology
  • Volume 28, Issue 3,  2015, pp.246-254
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Analytical Science
  • DOI : 10.5806/AST.2015.28.3.246
 Title & Authors
Distribution characteristics on volatile organic compounds at the forest of Mt. mudeung and downtown
Lee, Dae-haeng; Park, Kang-soo; Lee, Se-hang; Song, Hyeong-myeong; Lee, Ki-won; Jeong, Hee-yoon; Seo, Gwang-yeob; Cho, Young-gwan; Kim, Eun-sun;
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 Abstract
From 2013 to 2014, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were analyzed to determine biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs) and anthropogenic volatile organic compounds (AVOCs) at eight sites in Mt. Mudeung and one site in downtown, by using a GC/Mass-ATD (automatic thermal desorber). The concentration of terpene noted as biogenic volatile organic compounds at Pungamjeong (PA), in a forest of Chamaecyparis obtusa, was 821 pptv, which was the highest among the eight sites. This value was followed by Wonhyogyegok (WH: 785 pptv), Norritzae (NZ, coniferous forest: 679 pptv), Dongjeokgol (DJ, mixed species forest: 513 pptv), Jangbuljae (JB, Abies koreana: 476 pptv), and Seinbongsamgerri (SS, pine trees: 464 pptv). 11~15 species of terpene was detected in the forest depending on the site. At PA in May, α-pinene showed the highest value, occupied 20% of terpene followed by coumarin, sabinene, phellandrene, myrcene, borneol, eucalyptol, β-pinene, cymene, δ-limonene, γ-terpinene, camphor, camphene, and mentol in the order. The mean concentrations of AVOCs were 0.74~2.52 ppbv in the forests and 3.14 ppbv in the downtown area. From May to July, the AVOCs ratios of the downtown to each forest were 1.9~4.0. Among 10 species of AVOCs, the sum of toluene and benzene was 2.34 ppbv and occupied 75%. In June, the ratios of toluene were 44.1% at DJ site and 53.1% at JW site (downtown). The BVOCs showed a positive correlation with the AVOCs at the forest sites (r
 Keywords
biogenic volatile organic compounds;anthropogenic volatile organic compounds;terpene;forest;downtown;
 Language
Korean
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