Aerosol emissions near a coal gasification plant in the Kosovo region, Yugoslavia

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Ambient aerosol samples from the region of Kosovo, Yugoslavia, were collected and analyzed for their elemental composition in order to determine the effect on ambient air quality of Lurgi coal gasification carried out there using low BTU lignite. Low-volume aerosol samples were used to collect air particulate matter during May of 1979. These samplers were deployed at five sites near the Kosovo industrial complex which is comprised of coal gasifier, a coal-fired power plant and a fertilizer plant which uses the waste products from the gasifier and power plant. A total of 126 impactor sets and 10 week-long "streaker" filters were analyzed by PIXE at FSU for 16-18 elements providing a data base of approximately 16 000 elemental concentrations. Preliminary results are reported here with emphasis on the following elements: Si, S, Ca, Fe, Zn and Pb. © 1981.




Boueres, L. C. S., & Patterson, R. K. (1981). Aerosol emissions near a coal gasification plant in the Kosovo region, Yugoslavia. Nuclear Instruments and Methods, 181(1–3), 353–358.

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