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Online mass spectrometric aerosol measurements during the MINOS campaign (Crete, August 2001)

Schneider J, Borrmann S, Wollny A, Bläsner M, Mihalopoulos N, Oikonomou K, Sciare J, Teller A, Levin Z, Worsnop D ...see all

Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, vol. 3, issue 2000 (2003) pp. 3907-3938

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Mass spectrometric analysis of volatile and semivolatile (=non-refractory) aerosol particles have been performed during a field study in the summer Eastern Mediterranean. A size-resolved, quantitative mass spectrometric technique (the Aerodyne Aerosol Mass Spectrometer, AMS) has been used, and the results are compared to filter sampling methods and particle sizing techniques. The different techniques agree with the finding that the fine particle mode (D

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  • J. Schneider

  • S. Borrmann

  • a. G. Wollny

  • M. Bläsner

  • N. Mihalopoulos

  • K. Oikonomou

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