Operating Experience with a Near-Real-Time Ambient Airborne Metals Instrument System

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Courtesy of Cooper Environmental Services

Airborne Metals Instrument System
Cooper Environmental Systems Xact 620)

National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference, Nashville, Tennessee November 2-5, 2009

Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Air Pollution Control Program and Environmental Services Program
Washington University, St. Louis
U. S. EPA

Project Plan

  • Phase I. Spatially and Temporally Enhanced 24-hour Integrated Measurements
  1. 1-in-3 day PM10 sampling and metals analysis by ICPMS at 4 sites in the St. Louis area for 1 year (MDL~0.02-0.03 ng/m3, 24-hr samples)
  • Phase II. High Time Resolution Measurements
  1. Time-resolved near-real-time analysis at six sites in the St. Louis area for 1 month at each site (MDL
  • Data Analysis and Reporting
  1. Source apportionment, source identification, model comparisons

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