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Aerosol Technology [electronic resource]: Properties, Behavior, and Measurement of Airborne Particles
Hinds, William C
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 New York : Wiley, 2012.
 Edition
 2nd ed
 Language
 English
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 9781118591970, 1118591976
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 The #1 guide to aerosol science and technology now better than everSince 1982, Aerosol Technology has been the text of choice among students and professionals who need to acquire a thorough working knowledge of modern aerosol theory and applications. Now revised to reflect the considerable advances that have been made over the past seventeen years across a broad spectrum of aerosolrelated application areas  from occupational hygiene and biomedical technology to microelectronics and pollution control this new edition includes:* A chapter on bioaerosols* New sections on resus.
 Contents
 Aerosol Technology: Properties, Behavior, and Measurement of Airborne Particles, Second Edition; CONTENTS; Preface to the First Edition; Preface to the Second Edition; List of Principal Symbols; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Definitions; 1.2 Particle Size, Shape, and Density; 1.3 Aerosol Concentration; Problems; References; 2 Properties of Gases; 2.1 Kinetic Theory of Gases; 2.2 Molecular Velocity; 2.3 Mean Free Path; 2.4 Other Properties; 2.5 Reynolds Number; 2.6 Measurement of Velocity, Flow Rate, and Pressure; Problems; References; 3 Uniform Particle Motion; 3.1 Newton's Resistance Law.
 3.2 Stokes's Law3.3 Settling Velocity and Mechanical Mobility; 3.4 Slip Correction Factor; 3.5 Nonspherical Particles; 3.6 Aerodynamic Diameter; 3.7 Settling at High Reynolds Numbers; 3.8 Stirred Settling; 3.9 Instruments That Rely on Settling Velocity; 3.10 Appendix: Derivation of Stokes's Law; Problems; References; 4 Particle Size Statistics; 4.1 Properties of Size Distributions; 4.2 Moment Averages; 4.3 Moment Distributions; 4.4 The Lognormal Distribution; 4.5 LogProbability Graphs; 4.6 The HatchChoate Conversion Equations; 4.7 Statistical Accuracy.
 4.8 Appendix 1: Distributions Applied to Particle Size4.9 Appendix 2: Theoretical Basis for Aerosol Particle Size Distributions; 4.10 Appendix 3: Derivation of the HatchChoate Equations; Problems; References; 5 StraightLine Acceleration and Curvilinear Particle Motion; 5.1 Relaxation Time; 5.2 StraightLine Particle Acceleration; 5.3 Stopping Distance; 5.4 Curvilinear Motion and Stokes Number; 5.5 Inertial Impaction; 5.6 Cascade Impactors; 5.7 Virtual Impactors; 5.8 TimeofFlight Instruments; Problems; References; 6 Adhesion of Particles; 6.1 Adhesive Forces; 6.2 Detachment of Particles.
 6.3 Resuspension6.4 Particle Bounce; Problems; References; 7 Brownian Motion and Diffusion; 7.1 Diffusion Coefficient; 7.2 Particle Mean Free Path; 7.3 Brownian Displacement; 7.4 Deposition by Diffusion; 7.5 Diffusion Batteries; Problems; References; 8 Thermal and Radiometric Forces; 8.1 Thermophoresis; 8.2 Thermal Precipitators; 8.3 Radiometric and Concentration Gradiant Forces; Problems; References; 9 Filtration; 9.1 Macroscopic Properties of Filters; 9.2 SingleFiber Efficiency; 9.3 Deposition Mechanisms; 9.4 Filter Efficiency; 9.5 Pressure Drop; 9.6 Membrane Filters; Problems; References.
 10 Sampling and Measurement of Concentration10.1 Isokinetic Sampling; 10.2 Sampling from Still Air; 10.3 Transport Losses; 10.4 Measurement of Mass Concentration; 10.5 DirectReading Instruments; 10.6 Measurement of Number Concentration; 10.7 Sampling Pumps; Problems; References; 11 Respiratory Deposition; 11.1 The Respiratory System; 11.2 Deposition; 11.3 Deposition Models; 11.4 Inhalability of Particles; 11.5 Respirable and Other SizeSelective Sampling; Problems; References; 12 Coagulation; 12.1 Simple Monodisperse Coagulation; 12.2 Polydisperse Coagulation; 12.3 Kinematic Coagulation.
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