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Effects of Chemical Composition of PM2.5 on Visibility in a Semi-rural City ofSichuan Basin 期刊论文
Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 2018, 卷号: 18, 期号: 4, 页码: 957-968
Authors:  Li, YC(Li, Yunchun);  Shu,M(Shu,Man);  Ho, Steven Sai Hang;  Yu,JZ(Yu,Jianzhen);  Yuan, ZB(Yuan, Zibing);  Liu, ZF(Liu,Zifang);  Wang, XX(Wang,Xianxiang);  Zhao,XQ(Zhang,Xiaoqing);  Li, Yunchun
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Fine Particulate Matter  Visibility  Light Extinction Coefficient  Chemical Composition  
Particulate matter pollution research in the Yangtze River Delta:Observations, processes, modeling and health effects 期刊论文
Atmospheric Environment, 2015, 卷号: 123, 期号: Part B, 页码: 285-454
Authors:  Yu,JZ(Yu,Jianzhen)[1];  Cao,JJ(Cao,Junji)[2];  Hu,M(Hu,Min)[3];  Kan,HD(Kan,Haidong)[4];  Fu,TM(Fu,Tzung-May)[5]
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Particulate matter pollution research in the Yangtze River Delta:Observations, processes, modeling and health effects 期刊论文
Atmospheric Environment, 2015, 卷号: 123, 期号: Part B, 页码: 285-454
Authors:  Yu,JZ(Yu,Jianzhen)[1];  Cao,JJ(Cao,Junji)[2];  Hu,M(Hu,Min)[3];  Kan,HD(Kan,Haidong)[4];  Fu,TM(Fu,Tzung-May)[5]
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Chemical characteristics and source apportionment of fine particulateorganic carbon in Hong Kong during high particulate matter episodesin winter 2003 期刊论文
Atmospheric Research, 2013, 卷号: 120-121, 页码: 88-98
Authors:  Li,YC(Li,Yun-chun)[1,2];  Yu,JZ(Yu,Jianzhen)[1];  Ho,SSH(Ho,Steven Sai Hang)[1,3];  Schauer,JJ(Schauer,James J.)[4];  Yuan,ZB(Yuan,Zibing)[5,6];  Lau,AKH(Lau,Alexis K.H.)[5,6];  Louie,PKK(Louie,Peter K.K.)[7]
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Fine Organic Carbon  Source Apportionment  Chemical Mass Balance  Organic Tracers  Episode  Secondary Organic Aerosol  
Nonpolar organic compounds in fine particles: quantification by thermal desorption-GC/MS and evidence for their significant oxidation in ambient aerosols in Hong Kong 期刊论文
ANALYTICAL AND BIOANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, 2011, 卷号: 401, 期号: 10, 页码: 3125-3139
Authors:  Yu, JZ (Yu, Jianzhen)[1,2];  Huang, XHH (Huang, X. H. Hilda)[1];  Ho, SSH (Ho, Steven S. H.)[2,3];  Bian, QJ (Bian, Qijing)[1]
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Organic aerosols  Source apportionment  Molecular tracers  Atmospheric oxidation  Carbonaceousaerosol  Squalane