Data for: Identification of inhalable rutile and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) nanoparticles in the atmospheric dust.
Description of this data
Analysis of road dust suggests that high rutile concentrations are deposited on the street and might be circulated in the air by wind, vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Atmospheric samples collected at pedestrian level are composed of a heterogeneous sample of micro and nanoparticles with a higher size range from 40 nm to 60 nm.
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Gallego-Hernández, Ana L; Meza-Figueroa, Diana; Tanori, Judith; Acosta-Elías, Mónica; González-Grijalva, Belem; Maldonado-Escalante, Juan F; Rochín-Wong, Sarai; Soto-Puebla, Diego; Navarro-Espinoza, Sofía; Ochoa-Contreras, Roberto; Pedroza-Montero, Martin (2020), “Data for: Identification of inhalable rutile and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) nanoparticles in the atmospheric dust.”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/d8pcffh646.1