Sources contributing to PM2.5 in a commercial truck cabin in winter

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  • Tay R
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Abstract

This study determined the sources of the fine-mode airborne particles in a commercial truck cabin through chemical composition analyses of samples taken over a month during winter time in Alberta, Canada. The main sources of the PM2.5 in this cabin identified through a metal scan were engine emissions, fine road dust, and metal processing plants. © 2007 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Commercial truck cabin
  • Metal scan
  • PM2.5

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