Sökning: "differential mobility analyser"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 9 avhandlingar innehållade orden differential mobility analyser.
1. Experimental Studies of the Interaction of Atmospheric Aerosol Particles with Clouds and Fogs
Sammanfattning : In this work, cloud and fog droplet formation was studied in three joint field experiments. The instrument, the droplet aerosol analyser (DAA), has also been further developed and verified as part of this work. The DAA is an instrument especially developed for studies of cloud and fog droplet formation and growth. LÄS MER
2. Hygroscopic Properties of Atmospheric Aerosol Particles in Various Environments
Sammanfattning : Atmospheric aerosol particles affect our living environment in many ways. Their effects are influenced by the interaction between the aerosol particles and the ubiquitous water vapour. The number-size distribution is a primary important parameter for aerosol particles and can be measured using the differential mobility particle sizer (DMPS). LÄS MER
3. Hygroscopic Growth of Atmospheric Aerosol Particles and Its Relation to Nucleation Scavenging in Clouds
Sammanfattning : Aerosol particles in the atmosphere are important in several aspects. Some major aerosol constituents that are deposited in ecosystems are acidic or fertilisers and some minor or trace constituents are toxic. LÄS MER
4. Synthesis of carbon-covered iron nanoparticles by photolysis of ferrocene
Sammanfattning : One important driving force in nanotechnology today is the change which can be made in the properties of a material when the dimensions of its individual building blocks are decreased below approximately 100 nm. Such small building blocks, typically nanoparticles, may induce new and unique properties compared to those of the corresponding bulk material. LÄS MER
5. Experimental Studies on Ambient Aerosol Hygroscopicity
Sammanfattning : The air around us is full of aerosol particles which originate from a myriad of sources and which have vastly different chemical and physical properties. These particles span size ranges from 1 nm to 100 μm, equivalent to a factor 100 000 in diameter difference and a factor 10^15 in volume difference. LÄS MER