Details for Wet properties affecting Atmospheric Aerosols

Name:Wet properties affecting Atmospheric Aerosols
Description:Jennings. S.G, Wet properties affecting Atmospheric Aerosols, 1998, Atmospheric Particles, Pg 476-502, Wiley & Sons



The origin of atmospheric particles can be either anthropogenic (man-made) or natural. Primary particles are those which are emitted into the atmosphere as particles such as black carbon and organic particles in smoke plumes, soil dust particles, sea spray and volcanic particles, etc Secondary particles are formed from gas-to-particle coversion processes in the atmosphere- such as sulphates(from SO2), Nitreates (from (NOx) and secondary organics (from gaseous hydro-carbons)

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