fine particle sampling Articles

  • Ultrasonics: a sound mixing technology

    When liquid mixing, dispersing or homogenising is required in the lab, people tend to think of rotary mixers, although this traditional technology has limitations that can be costly both in time and material. Ultrasonics is the preferred innovative technology for various mixing applications in the lab. It combines extremely efficient and ultra effective high shear power with the added benefit of ...

  • Accumulation and distribution characteristics of platinum group elements in roadside dusts in Beijing, China

    The concentrations, distribution, and accumulation of platinum group elements (PGEs) were investigated in roadside dusts collected in four different foundational areas in Beijing during February to May 2010. The results showed that PGE levels in all samples were above the average upper crust values, with mean concentrations of 57.5 ng · g−1 Pd, 28.2 ng · g−1 Pt, and 9.8 ng · g−1 Rh, respectively. ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Lamella settlers for storm water treatment – performance and design recommendations

    Three lamella settlers were monitored over a period of 4 years. The main objective was to determine removal efficiencies for total suspended solids and associated pollutants. For this purpose a new sampling method based on large volume solid samplers was developed allowing a detailed analysis of solids. With regard to total suspended solids the average removal efficiency of the plants range from ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Nanomodified Concrete Compositions. New way of the ABC unit application

    To get full article please follow the link Nanomodified Concrete Compositions The one of the main problems of contemporary construction material production is problem of obtaining concrete compositions of high quality. The possible way to resolving this problem is modification ...


    By GlobeCore GmbH

  • Smudging, the why, the where and possible health concerns

    Traditions serve an important function to keep a culture’s history and to engage the community. Rituals that include smoke or incense are widespread and can be found in Buddhist temples across Asia, the Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox churches as well as indigenous tribes like the First Nations in North America. Smudging is one of those traditions that is common for many First Nations. ...


    By Allerair Industries

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