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Wintertime Residential Biomass Burning in Las Vegas, Nevada; Marker Components and Apportionment Methods
We characterized residential biomass burning contributions to fine particle concentrations via multiple methods at Fyfe Elementary School in Las Vegas, Nevada, during January 2008: with levoglucosan on quartz fiber filters; with water soluble potassium (K + ) measured using a particle-into-liquid system with ion chromatography (PILS-IC); and with the fragment C 2 H 4 O 2 + from an Aerodyne High Resolution Aerosol Mass Spectrometer (HR-AMS). A Magee Scientific Aethalometer was also used todoi:10.3390/atmos7040058 fatcat:xzjg6tiyezde7nb2ahp4r4mnzi