2 edition of Ultrafine particles found in the catalog.
Symposium on "Ultrafine Particles" (1961 Indianapolis)
|Statement||editor-in-chief, W. E. Kuhn ; consulting editors, Headlee Lamphrey, Charles Sheer ; sponsored by the Electrothermics and Metallurgy Division, the Electrochemical Society.|
|Series||Electrochemical Society series|
|Contributions||Kuhn, William Eric., Electrochemical Society. Electrothermics and Metallurgy Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 561 p. :|
|Number of Pages||561|
|LC Control Number||63-20239|
Introduction --Chapter 12 Toxicology of Ultrafine Particles: In Vivo Studies Introduction Studies with Ultrafine Particles from Polymer Thermodegradation Studies with Ultrafine Particles of Low Toxicity Summary and Conclusions --Chapter 13 Ultrafine Particles: Mechanisms of Lung Injury Introduction Ultrafine air pollution particles are tiny – about micron in diameter or roughly one-thousandth the width of a human hair. These particles are generated from gas and diesel motor vehicle engines, biomass burning and energy production. The study is the first to consider the effects on people of long-term exposure to ultrafine particles.
Considering the interaction between insoluble ultrafine particles and biological systems (such as body fluids, proteins, and cells), there still are gaps in the current knowledge on how ultrafine particles may cause adverse reactions. This paper reviews the current concept of interactions between insoluble ultrafine particles and biological Cited by: Ultrafine particles in airways: a novel marker of COPD exacerbation risk and inflammatory statusAuthor: Einat Fireman Klein, Yochai Adir, Amir Krencel, Regina Peri, Bella Vasserman, Elizabeth Fireman, Aha.
The number concentration of ultrafine particles peaked in winter and was the lowest in summer across the entire size range monitored. Further, particles with a diameter smaller than 30 nm increased dramatically in concentration with decreasing diameter. BOOK OF ABSTRACTS AND PROGRAM European Federation of Clean Air and Environmental Protection Associations (EFCA) International Symposium Ultrafine Particles – Air Quality and Climate Brussels, Belgium May 15 KIT – The Research University in the Helmholtz Association EFCA KIT | Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
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This book is a revised and translated edition of the Japanese book "Chobiryushi" (Ultra-Fine Particles). It describes many original efforts made in Japan to explore the world of Ultra-Fine Particles (UFPs) and was written with the following in mind: (1) to share with scientists and engineers the intriguing scientific aspects of ultra-fine particles and to show their potential as Cited by: One feature that has shone through is the important role of ultrafine particles as a contributor to the adverse effects of airborne particles.
In this volume, many of the most distinguished researchers in the field provide a state-of-the-art overview of the scientific and medical research on ultrafine : Andrew D Maynard. This book was written with several objectives in mind: 1. To share with as many scientists and engineers as possible the intriguing scientific aspects of ultra-fine particles (UFPs) and to show their potential as new materials.
Entice such researchers to participate in the development of this emerging field. Purchase Ultra-Fine Particles - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. They address fine and ultrafine particles, describing the pioneering work on fine PM, the subsequent industry attacks on the scientists and then the emerging interest and concern about ultrafine particles, an area of research in which the author has participated.
This book is geared towards non-scientists, including high school and college Brand: Springer International Publishing. 98 rows Thus, the following objectives will be addressed by 5 interactive research cores in the.
This volume, Ultrafine-Grain Ceramics, addresses itself to the broad areas of: realization of fine-grain ceramics; preparation of ultrafine particle size materials; characterization of ultrafine particles and ultrafine-grain ceramics; processing and behavior of ultra fine-grain ceramics. Steen Mørup, in Magnetic Properties of Fine Particles, 4 SURFACE MAGNETISM IN SMALL PARTICLES.
In ultrafine particles a large fraction of the atoms are near the surface. Therefore, surface magnetism can be studied by use of Mössbauer spectroscopy.
Most of the work on surface magnetism has been performed on ultrathin films which have the advantage. 1. Preface. In Februarythe United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sponsored a workshop in Research Triangle Park, NC, USA to review the current state of the science on emissions, air quality impacts, and health effects associated with exposures to ultrafine particles .The workshop provided scientific presentations on the sources and trends of ultrafine particles Cited by: "It is timely and detailed in its account of complex issues attending air pollution related to the cardiovascular and cardiopulmonary systems This book could well be the most important occupational and environmental health book I have ever read." (Doody's, 16 September ).
In this volume, many of the most distinguished researchers in the field provide a state-of-the-art overview of the scientific and medical research on ultrafine particles. Contents: Measurements of Number, Mass and Size Distr: ISBN (This book at Amazon) (electronic version) (This book at Amazon) (print version)Cited by: The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified ambient outdoor particulate matter (PM) as a Group 1 human carcinogen.
It is unclear, however, if the lung cancer risks primarily linked to long-term exposure to fine PM (PMaerodynamic diameter particles (UFP. Atmospheric ultrafine particles (with diameter less than μm) may be responsible for some of the adverse health effects observed due to airpollutant exposure.
To date, little is known about the chemical composition of ultrafine particles in the atmosphere of cities. Ultrafine particles in the atmosphere L.
Brown, Roy M. Harrison, Aubre De L. Maynard Following the recognition that airborne particulate matter, even at quite modest concentrations, has an adverse effect on human health, there has been an intense research effort to understand the mechanisms and quantify the effects.
Particles in the smallest size class (ultrafine particles. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
There is something Alice-in-Wonderlandish about powerful and vital computer systems being shut down by a microscopic mote that a hay-feverist wouldn't sneeze at, but as computer chips get smaller, smaller and smaller particles on their surface have a larger and larger effect on their performance.
Abstract. Workers are exposed to ultrafine particles (UFP) in a number of occupations. In order to summarize the current knowledge regarding occupational exposure to UFP (excluding engineered nanoparticles), we gathered information on UFP concentrations from published research by: Discover related content.
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Perspectives 3 is the third of a series produced by HEI to describe and interpret results from HEI and other research bearing on important and timely issues for a broad audience interested in environmental health.
Perspectives 3 focuses on the health effects of ambient ultrafine particles (UFPs) and was developed under the guidance of a special HEI Review Panel.
The health impacts of air pollution have been linked to the mass of particles in the air around the world, but by only weighing them we miss the tiny, ultrafine particles Author: Gary Fuller.However, with a 14 MERV rating and MPR (microparticle performance rating), this ultrafine particle filter captures and removes even the tiniest of particles from your air.
A MERV 14 rating means it removes 97% of dust particles and can also trap bacteria, viruses, odors, smoke, mold, and microscopic allergens.5/5(42).We hypothesize that ultrafine particles (particle size below µm) are one potential source causing these effects.
Such particles occur in fumes generated by heating and combustion processes and are also normal constituents of the ambient aerosol, specifically in urban areas generated from numerous sources (e.g., internal combustion engines.