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'The quantity represents a precious and up to date compendium of the continuing examine in Europe within the entire box of physico-chemistry of the atmosphere.'
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I'i dec. ,. J • INH I - i c• " i Mt = N• t1 ~ III 80 '- ..... (I 40 ; I I OCt. - Dec. Figure 5 - a) Relative contribution of the wet S04=' N03-, Cl- deposition to total wet deposition. b) Average composition of rain expressed in terms of different source contributions. CONCLUSIONS It has been shown how the measurements of various chemical components known to contribute to atmospheric acidity can be carried out only by the use of efficient sampling devices in connection with reliable analytical procedures.
Analysis Analysis was performed immediately after the flights in a laboratory next to the airfield. PAN was determined by gas chromatography (gc) with an electron capture detector (ECD). d. glass column packed with ID percent Carbowax on Chromosorb WAW, 80-100 mesh. Detector and column were operated at 30 oC; the carrier gas flow was 35 cc. per minute of nitrogen. 5 minutes. Identification of ambient PAN was achieved by comparison with chromatograms obtained from PAN synthesized in the laboratory.
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