alexa Footprints of Airborne Ultrafine Particles on Urban Air Quality and Public Health

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Footprints of Airborne Ultrafine Particles on Urban Air Quality and Public Health

Emergence of airborne ultrafine particles (UFPs; those below 100 nm in diameter) in both indoor and outdoor urban settings is continuously attracting attention of the air quality science and management communities worldwide due to their probable adverse impacts on human health and the environment. A simple mean to visualise their tiny size is that the width of a single human hair can accommodate, in parallel, ~60,000 and 600 particles of 1 and 100 nm diameter, respectively. An exponential increase in number of UFP studies has been noticed during the last decade, suggesting a notable advancement in the area of their measurements, physico–chemical characterisation, dispersion modelling and exposure assessment. Read more..

 
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