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Jin, L.* et al.: Contributions of city-specific fine particulate matter (PM2.5) to differential in vitro oxidative stress and toxicity implications between Beijing and Guangzhou of China. Environ. Sci. Technol. 53, 2881-2891 (2019)
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Kohlmeier, V. et al.: Monolithische kohlenstoffhaltige Denuder als Erweiterung der personengetragenen GGP-Sammler zur Probenahme luftgetragener Dampf/Partikel-Gemische. Gefahrstoffe Reinhalt. Luft 79, 47-54 (2019)
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Miettinen, M.* et al.: PM2.5 concentration and composition in the urban air of Nanjing, China: Effects of emission control measures applied during the 2014 Youth Olympic Games. Sci. Total Environ. 652, 1-18 (2019)
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Alosmanov, R.* et al.: Magnetic nanocomposites based on phosphorus-containing polymers -structural characterization and thermal analysis. Nanotechnol. 29 (2018)
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Hartikainen, A.L.* et al.: Volatile organic compounds from logwood combustion: Emissions and transformation under dark and photochemical aging conditions in a smog chamber. Environ. Sci. Technol. 52, 4979-4988 (2018)
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Kanashova, T.* et al.: Emissions from a modern log wood masonry heater and wood pellet boiler: Composition and biological impact on air-liquid interface exposed human lung cancer cells. J. Mol. Clin. Med. 1, 23-35 (2018)
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Kohlmeier, V. et al.: Carbonaceous monolithic multi-channel denuders as vapour-particle partitioning tools for the occupational sampling of semi-volatile organic compounds. Ann. Work Expo. Health 62, 899-903 (2018)
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Li, F. et al.: Organic speciation of ambient quasi-ultrafine particulate matter (PM0.36) in Augsburg, Germany: Seasonal variability and source apportionment. Sci. Total Environ. 615, 828-837 (2018)
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Li, F. et al.: Spatial and temporal variation of sources contributing to quasi-ultrafine particulate matter PM0.36 in Augsburg, Germany. Sci. Total Environ. 631-632, 191-200 (2018)
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Redelstein, J.* et al.: Smart air quality network for spatial high-resolution monitoring in urban area. Proc. SPIE 10786:107860B (2018)
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Shen, R.* et al.: Seasonal variability and source distribution of haze particles from a continuous one-year study in Beijing. Atmos. Pollut. Res. 9, 627-633 (2018)
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Budde, M.* et al.: SmartAQnet: Remote and in-situ sensing of urban air quality. Proc. SPIE 10424:104240C (2017)
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Czech, H.* ; Schnelle-Kreis, J. ; Streibel, T.* & Zimmermann, R.: New directions: Beyond sulphur, vanadium and nickel - About source apportionment of ship emissions in emission control areas. Atmos. Environ. 163, 190-191 (2017)
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Czech, H.* et al.: Chemical composition and speciation of particulate organic matter from modern residential small-scale wood combustion appliances. Sci. Total Environ. 612, 636-648 (2017)
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Kohlmeier, V. et al.: Multi-channel silicone rubber traps as denuders for gas-particle partitioning of aerosols from semi-volatile organic compounds. Environ. Sci. Process Impacts 19, 676-686 (2017)
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Shao, L.* et al.: Seasonal variation of particle-induced oxidative potential of airborne particulate matter in Beijing. Sci. Total Environ. 579, 1152-1160 (2017)
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Streibel, T. et al.: Aerosol emissions of a ship diesel engine operated with diesel fuel or heavy fuel oil. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 24, 10976-10991 (2017)
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Bozzetti, C.* et al.: Size-resolved identification, characterization and quantification of primary biological organic aerosol at a European rural site. Environ. Sci. Technol. 50, 3425-3434 (2016)
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Bozzetti, C.* et al.: Correction to :Size-resolved identification, characterization and quantification of primary biological organic aerosol at a european rural site(Environ. Sci. Technol. (2016) 50 (3425−3434) DOI : 10.1021/acs.est.5b05960). Environ. Sci. Technol. 50, 13177-13178 (2016)
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He, C.* et al.: Characterisation of the impact of open biomass burning on urban air quality in Brisbane, Australia. Environ. Int. 91, 230-242 (2016)