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Volume 4 Issue 2

Apr.  1987

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PRIMARY STUDY OF SULFATE AND CARBONACEOUS AEROSOLS IN BEIJING


doi: 10.1007/BF02677069

  • Results of our aerosol study, performed during 1983-1984 in Beijing, demonstrate that ambient carbonaceous aerosols are derived mainly from coal combustion. Different SO2 oxidation processes have been observed in summer and winter. The winter sulfate appears to be produced locally and associated with products of incom-plete combustion.
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    [6] YU Jianhua, CHEN Tian, Benjamin GUINOT, Helene CACHIER, YU Tong, LIU Wenqing, WANG Xin, 2006: Characteristics of Carbonaceous Particles in Beijing During Winter and Summer 2003, ADVANCES IN ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES, 23, 468-473.  doi: 10.1007/s00376-006-0468-5
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Manuscript received: 10 April 1987
Manuscript revised: 10 April 1987
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PRIMARY STUDY OF SULFATE AND CARBONACEOUS AEROSOLS IN BEIJING

  • 1. Institute of Environmental Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Beijing,Institute of Environmental Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Beijing,Institute of Environmental Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Beijing,Applied Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory,Applied Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory,Applied Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory

Abstract: Results of our aerosol study, performed during 1983-1984 in Beijing, demonstrate that ambient carbonaceous aerosols are derived mainly from coal combustion. Different SO2 oxidation processes have been observed in summer and winter. The winter sulfate appears to be produced locally and associated with products of incom-plete combustion.

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