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Atmos. Meas. Tech., 9, 5331-5346, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-9-5331-2016
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07 Nov 2016
A novel single-cavity three-wavelength photoacoustic spectrometer for atmospheric aerosol research
Claudia Linke et al.

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Various carbonaceous materials are present in the atmosphere. Besides gaseous organic compounds, carbonaceous particles like soot are emitted into the air from traffic sources, residential wood combustion, or wildfires. Variable chemical compositions of such materials, which often result from incomplete combustion processes, show differences in the absorption behavior at visible wavelengths. Our instrument is able to measure the absorption at three visible wavelengths.
Various carbonaceous materials are present in the atmosphere. Besides gaseous organic compounds,...
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