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Ultrafine Particles in the Atmosphere

By: L M Brown, N Collings, R M Harrison, A D Maynard and R L Maynard
308 pages, Figs, tabs
Ultrafine Particles in the Atmosphere
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About this book

Some of the most distinguished researchers in the field provide a state-of-the-art overview of scientific and medical research on ultrafine particles.

Contents

Measurement of Number, Mass and Size Distribution of Particles in the Atmosphere (R M Harrison et al.); Overview of Methods for Analysing Single Ultrafine Particles (A D Maynard); Particles from Internal Combustion Engines - What We Need to Know (N Collings & B R Graskow); Ultrafine Particles in Workplace Atmospheres (J H Vincent & C F Clement); The Surface Activity of Ultrafine Particles (D A Jefferson); Toxicology of Ultrafine Particles: In Vivo Studies (G Oberd/rster); Ultrafine Particles: Mechanisms of Lung Injury (K Donaldson et al.); Differential Epidemiology of Ambient Aerosols (H R Anderson); and other articles.

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By: L M Brown, N Collings, R M Harrison, A D Maynard and R L Maynard
308 pages, Figs, tabs
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