By Kalliat T. Valsaraj
content material: 1. Atmospheric Aerosols and their value; 2. The function of Morphology on Aerosol Particle Reactivity; three. The features and the Cytotoxic results of Particulate topic within the Ambient Air of the Chiang Mai-Lamphun Basin in Northern Thailand; four. Toluene Decomposition on Water Droplets in Corona Discharge; five. floor task of Perfluorinated Compounds on the Air-Water Interface; 6. Atmospheric Chemistry of city floor motion pictures; 7. Photochemistry of Secondary natural Aerosol shaped from Oxidation of Monoterpenes; eight. impact of hugely focused Dry (NH4)2SO4 Seed Aerosols on Ozone and Secondary natural Aerosol Formation in fragrant Hydrocarbon/NOx Photooxidation platforms; nine. Adsorption and UV Photo-oxidation of fuel section Phenanthrene on Atmospheric movies; 10. knowing Climatic results of Aerosols: Modeling Radiative results of Aerosols; eleven. Environmental results to Residential New Orleans following typhoon Katrina: Indoor Sediment, Vapor-Phase and Aersolized Contaminants
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Parsons, ~. Chern. , 46, 290 (1969). SECTION" ATOMIC EMISSION SPECTRAL LINES Section II ATLAS OF ATOMIC EMISSION SPECTRAL LINES Introduction This section was included in this book essentially for the sake of completeness. Dr. P. T. Gilbert Jr. has prepared such an atlas for most elements which emit in air-hydrogen, oxyhydrogen, and oxyacetylene flames. His compilation appears in the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics (Footnote 4, Table 4), and many of the data in this atlas are taken from that reference; however, the format has been rearranged to conform more closely to the format of Section I.
Atmospheric Aerosols. Characterization, Chemistry, Modeling, and Climate by Kalliat T. Valsaraj