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1 Development of an integrated approach for the assessment of abatement strategies of Particulate Matter concentrations in Germany = Entwicklung Eines Integrierten Ansatzes für die Bewertung von Strategien zur Verminderung der Feinstaubbelastung in Deutschland
article 2008    
Author: Theloke, J. · Builtjes, P. · Stern, R. · Appelhans, J. · Dämmgen, U. · Friedrich, R. · Geftler, T. · Haenel, D. · Handke, V. · Jörß, W. · Gon, H.D. van der · Kummer, U. · Köble, R. · Thiruchittampalam, B.
Keywords: Climate · Air pollution · Concentration (process) · Cost effectiveness · Laws and legislation · Abatement strategies · International legislation · Particles (particulate matter)
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2 PARFORCE: Objectives and achievements
article 2000    
Author: O'Dowd, C.D. · Becker, E. · Hoell, C. · Mäkela, J.M. · Kulmala, M. · Hämeri, K. · Väkevä, M. · Pirjola, L. · Aalto, P. · Hansson, H-C. · Strom, J. · Jennings, S.G. · Geever, M. · Leeuw, G. de · Kunz, G.J. · Berresheim, H. · Hewitt, C.N. · Sartin, J. · Harrison, R.M. · Allen, A.G. · Viisanen, Y. · Korhonen, P. · Rapsomanikis, S. · Hoffman, T.
Keywords: Aerosol growth · Coastal nucleation · Atmospheric chemistry · Boundary layers · Coastal zones · Mathematical models · Particle size analysis · Particles (particulate matter) · Low tide radiation · Atmospheric aerosols

3 Shearing of particles during crack growth in polymer blends
article 1999    
Author: Pijnenburg, K.G.W. · Steenbrink, A.C. · Giessen, E.V.D.
Keywords: Materials · Cavitation · Hydrostatic tension · Plastic deformation · Cavitation · Crack propagation · Finite element method · Fracture · Mathematical models · Microstructure · Particles (particulate matter) · Plastic deformation · Rubber · Strain · Toughening · Hydrostatic tension · Polymer blends
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4 A method to estimate the distribution of various fractions of PM10 in ambient air in the Netherlands
article 1999    
Author: Janssen, L.H.J.M. · Buringh, E. · Meulen, A. van der · Hout, K.D. van den
Keywords: Environment · Aerosol composition · Carbonaceous aerosol · Coarse particulate matter · Modelling · Particulate matter · Secondary aerosol · Transboundary transport · Aerosols · Air pollution · Computer simulation · Earth atmosphere · Particle size analysis · Particulate emissions · Aerosol composition · Carbonaceous aerosol · Coarse particulate matter · Secondary aerosol · Transboundary transport · Particles (particulate matter) · Netherlands
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5 Rheological behaviour of latexes in-can and during film drying
article 1997    
Author: Molenaar, F. · Svanholm, T. · Toussaint, A.
Keywords: Acrylate latexes · Adsorption of thickeners onto latex · Associative thickeners (HMHEC, HEUR) · Coalescing agents · Evaporation kinetics · Film drying · Rheology during drying · Rheology in-can · Sagging/levelling · Adsorption · Cellulose · Coalescence · Copolymers · Drying · Evaporation · Particles (particulate matter) · Plastic films · Polyurethanes · Rheology · Swelling · Acrylate latexes · Hydrophobically modified ethoxylated urethanes (HEUR) thickeners · Hydrophobically modified hydroxyethyl cellulose (HMHEC) thickeners · Hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) · Latexes
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6 Evaluation and intercomparison of Ozone and PM10 simulations by several chemistry transport models over four European cities within the CityDelta project
article 2007    
Author: Vautard, R. · Builtjes, P.H.J. · Thunis, P. · Cuvelier, C. · Bedogni, M. · Bessagnet, B. · Honoré, C. · Moussiopoulos, N. · Pirovano, G. · Schaap, M. · Stern, R. · Tarrason, L. · Wind, P.
Keywords: Environment · Air quality · Emission-reduction scenarios · Model intercomparison · Ozone · PM · Air pollution · Computer simulation · Mathematical models · Ozone · Particles (particulate matter) · Particulate emissions · Transport properties · Air quality response · Emission-reduction scenarios · Model intercomparison · Ozone concentrations · Air quality · ozone · air quality · comparative study · ozone · particulate matter · simulation · air pollution · air quality · article · concentration (parameters) · Europe · particulate matter · priority journal · seasonal variation · simulation · statistical significance · urban area · Berlin · Central Europe · Czech Republic · Eurasia · Europe · France · Germany · Ile-de-France · Italy · Lombardy · Milan · Milano [Lombardy] · Paris · Prague · Southern Europe · Ville-de-Paris · Western Europe
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7 Spatial variability of trace elements and sources for improved exposure assessment in Barcelona
article 2014    
Author: Minguillón, M.C. · Cirach, M. · Hoek, G. · Brunekreef, B. · Tsai, M. · Hoogh, K. de · Jedynska, A. · Kooter, I.M. · Nieuwenhuijsen, M. · Querol, X.
Keywords: Environment · Metals · PM · PMF · Source apportionment · Urban · Anthropogenic aerosols · Barcelona metropolitan areas · Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence · PMF · Positive matrix factorisation · Source apportionment · Spatial and temporal variation · Urban · Combustion · Energy dispersive spectroscopy · Industrial emissions · Lead · Metals · Mineral industry · Minerals · Nickel · Particles (particulate matter) · Promethium · Trace elements · Zinc · Zirconium · barium ion · bromine · chlorine · chromium · cuprous ion · fuel oil · hopanoid · hydrochloric acid · iron · lead · manganese · molybdenum · nickel · potassium · prednisolone · sodium · sulfate · sulfur · tin · trace element · vanadium · zinc · zirconium · aerosol composition · anthropogenic source · atmospheric pollution · combustion · concentration (composition) · marine atmosphere · metropolitan area · organic carbon · pollution exposure · public health · sea salt · spatial variation · sulfate · trace element · urban atmosphere · aerosol · article · combustion · controlled study · environmental exposure · oxidation · particulate matter · priority journal · seasonal variation · shipping · Spain · traffic · urban area · X ray fluorescence · Barcelona [Catalonia] · Catalonia · Spain · Urban Development · Built Environment · Earth / Environmental · AEC - Applied Environmental Chemistry · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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8 Dip coating of air purifier ceramic honeycombs with photocatalytic TiO2 nanoparticles: A case study for occupational exposure
article 2018    
Author: Koivisto, A.J. · Kling, K.I. · Fonseca, A.S. · Brostrøm Bluhme, A. · Moreman, M. · Yu, M. · Costa, A.L. · Giovanni, B. · Ortelli, S. · Fransman, W. · Vogel, U. · Jensen, K.A.
Keywords: Nutrition · Nanomaterial · Titanium dioxide · Indoor aerosol modeling · Inhalation exposure · Emission rate · Air cleaners · Air purification · Biological organs · Ceramic materials · Coatings · Honeycomb structures · Industrial hygiene · Nanoparticles · Nanostructured materials · Occupational risks · Particulate emissions · Respiratory system · Titanium dioxide · Deposited surface areas · Emission rates · Environmental exposure · Indoor aerosol model · Inhalation exposure · Nanoparticle suspension · National institute for occupational safety and healths · Occupational exposure · Particles (particulate matter) · Titanium dioxide nanoparticle · Aerosol · Catalysis · Ceramics · Emission · Modeling · Nanomaterial · Nanoparticle · Photochemistry · Titanium · Bronchus · Case study · Controlled study · Lung alveolus · Material coating · No-observed-adverse-effect level · Particle size · Particulate matter · Photocatalysis · Physical chemistry · Prediction · Trachea · Work environment · Food and Nutrition · Healthy Living · Life · RAPID - Risk Analysis for Products in Development · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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