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Size distributions of elemental carbon and its contribution to light extinction in urban and rural locations in the pearl river delta region, China
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
Elemental carbon (EC) in size-segregated aerosol samples were determined at five urban, one suburban, and one rural locations in the Pearl River Delta region in South China during 2006-2008 period. The size modal characteristics of EC were different at the urban and suburban/rural locations. The urban EC had a dominant condensation mode with a mass median aerodynamic diameter (MMAD) in the 0.36-0.43 µm range and a slightly less abundant mode in the droplet mode size (MMAD: 0.8-1.1 µm), whiledoi:10.5194/acp-10-5107-2010 fatcat:ywnlyidmznftlmajag5qcnljwm