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Measurement of PM10/2.5 fractionated respirable particles in urban Toronto by INAA, PIXE, ICP-AES, and LAMS. A comparison.

The chemical analysis of urban Toronto airborne particulate matter (PM), size segregated into respirable PM10/2.5, is presented. The characterization of PM by use of proton-induced X-ray emission analysis (PIXE), and inductively coupled plasma-atomic emission spectrometry revealed elemental information; a newer laser ablation-ionization mass spectrometry approach has the potential to expand the chemical information from PM by analyzing both the inorganic and organic species. These PM analytical approaches will be continued in the future for studying (1) emission source identification, (2) inhalation health hazards, and (3) urban smog chemistry.[1]


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