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Time Resolved Analysis of Water Soluble Organic Carbon by Aerosol-into-Mist System
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 Title & Authors
Time Resolved Analysis of Water Soluble Organic Carbon by Aerosol-into-Mist System
Cho, In-Hwan; Park, Da-Jeong; Bae, Min-Suk;
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 Abstract
Real-time and quantitative measurement of the chemical composition in ambient aerosols represents one of the most challenging problems in the field of atmospheric chemistry. In the present study, time resolved application by Aerosol-into-Mist System (AIMS) following by total organic carbon analyzer (TOC) has been developed. The unique aspect of the combination of these two techniques is to provide quantifiable water soluble organic carbon (WSOC) information of particle-phase organic compounds on timescales of minutes. We also demonstrated that the application of the AIMS method is not limited to water-soluble organic carbon but inorganic ion compounds. By correlating the volume concentrations by optical particle sizer (OPS), water soluble organic carbon can be highly related to the secondary organic products. AIMS-TOC method can be potentially applied to probe the formation and evolution mechanism of a variety of SOA behaviors in ambient air.
 Keywords
Water soluble organic carbon;Organic carbon;Optical particle sizer;
 Language
Korean
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