- Number size distribution, mass concentration, and particle composition of PM1, PM2.5, and PM10 in bag filling areas of carbon black productionT A J Kuhlbusch
Process and Aerosol Measurement Technology, University of Duisburg, Germany
J Occup Environ Hyg 1:660-71. 2004..Ultrafine particles (< 100 nm dae), detected in the bag filling areas, were most likely attributed to noncarbon black sources such as forklift and gas heater emissions...
- Particle characteristics in the reactor and pelletizing areas of carbon black productionT A J Kuhlbusch
Institute of Energy and Environmental Technology e V, Duisburg, Germany
J Occup Environ Hyg 3:558-67. 2006..It is concluded from these measurements that no carbon black is released in the reactor and pelletizing areas (as UFP or PM10) from the closed production lines under normal operating conditions...
- Sources and source contributions to fine particlesThomas A J Kuhlbusch
Air Quality and Sustainable Nanotechnology Unit, Institute of Energy and Environmental Technology IUTA e V, Duisburg, Germany
Biomarkers 14:23-8. 2009..The second study focuses on the diffusive sources from traffic differentiating and quantifying the various non-exhaust related emissions at an Autobahn...
- Nanoparticle exposure at nanotechnology workplaces: a reviewThomas Aj Kuhlbusch
Air Quality and Sustainable Nanotechnology, Institute of Energy and Environmental Technology, Duisburg, Germany
Part Fibre Toxicol 8:22. 2011..In both cases, whether workplace measurements or laboratories studies, the issue of background particles is a major problem. From this review, major areas for future activities and focal points are identified...