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How big are smoke particles, in microns?

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Is CALPUFF a good air quality modeling tool

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"Smoke particles (and by smoke I mean combustion products) come in sizes all the way down to 1nm (0.001micron) and in shapes that make it very trick..." | Read more » over 1 year ago
"You're right, the effect of humidity would be to change the "apparent" size but it's not just increasing the number of particles that now fall in t..." | Read more » almost 2 years ago
"Yes, environmental conditions do affect the ability of an optical sensor, not too much to "see" a particle but rather to "size" it. All of these o..." | Read more » almost 2 years ago
"The question if "which model is best" is not easy to answer as it is always dependent on what the results are used for. There have been a few studi..." | Read more » over 2 years ago
"Hi there @tomtobback ! Just to clarify ... I'm in no way associated with the DustDuino team ... I'm just a "concerned citizen" ;-) I am an air qu..." | Read more » over 3 years ago
"You first need to remember that PM10 and PM2.5 are measures of "mass" of particles in the air (micrograms/m3) while P1 and P2 give "counts" per vol..." | Read more » over 3 years ago

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