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Title: Accelerator based ion beam analysis techniques contribute to a better understanding of long range fine particle pollution in Asia
Authors: Cohen, DD
Stelcer, E
Crawford, J
Bac, VT
Keywords: ANSTO
Australia
Fossil fuels
IAEA
Ion beams
Particles
Pollution
Soils
Urban areas
Viet Nam
X-ray fluorescence analysis
Issue Date: 15-Sep-2012
Publisher: International Atomic Energy Agency
Citation: Cohen, D., Stelcer, E., Crawford, J., & Bac, V. (2012) Accelerator based ion beam analysis techniques contribute to a better understanding of long range fine particle pollution in Asia. XRF Newsletter, 23, 7-11.
Series/Report no.: INIS-XA-12N1913
Abstract: Fine-particle pollution in large populated Asian cities can be very high compared with internationally accepted health goals. Much of this fine-particle pollution is produced by motor vehicles, fossil-fuel combustion, industrial processes and even windblown soils from desert regions. As part of a long term project in the Asian region with support from the IAEA, ANSTO has been using nuclear techniques not only to characterize fine-particle pollution, but also to quantify their sources and origins within Vietnam. © International Atomic Energy Agency
Gov't Doc #: 9510
URI: https://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/Publications/PDF/Newsletters/XRF-NL-23.pdf
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ISSN: 1608-4632
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