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Mass Size Distribution of Atmospheric Aerosol Particles with Nanosampler Cascade Impactor in Jinju City
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Mass Size Distribution of Atmospheric Aerosol Particles with Nanosampler Cascade Impactor in Jinju City
Park, Jeong-Ho; Jang, Min-Jae; Kim, Hyoung-Kab;
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 Abstract
Atmospheric aerosol particles were investigated at GNTECH university in Jinju city. Samples were collected using the Nanosampler period from January to December 2014. The Nanosampler is a 6 stage cascade impactor(1 stage : > , 2 stage : , 3 stage : , 4 stage : , 5 stage : , back-up : < ) with the stages having 50% cut-off ranging from 0.1 to in aerodynamic diameter. The mass size distribution of Atmospheric aerosol particles was unimodal with peak at or . The annual average concentrations of TSP, , , , and were , , , , , , respectively. On average , , , and make up 0.91, 0.70, 0.41, 0.19 and 0.07 of TSP, respectively. The annual average of ratio was 0.77.
 Keywords
Nanosampler impactor;Jinju city;;
 Language
Korean
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