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1). Organic Aerosol Composition in Yosemite National Park–Results from The 2002 Yosemite Special Study
Guenter Engling, Pierre Herckes, Sonia Kreidenweis, Jeffrey Collett
2) Development of Time Resolved Thermal Desorption Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry of Particulate Matter in Resuspended Soil
Raed Laban, John M. Verantha
3). Separation of Linear Alkanes from the UCM in Lube Oil and PM
Gianni Caravaggio, Jean-Pierre Charland, Penny MacDonald and Tony MacPhee
4). GC/MS Biomarker Signatures in Particle Emissions From Stationary and Mobile Sources
Jean-Pierre Charland, Tony MacPhee, Penny MacDonald and Gianni Caravaggio
5). Comparison of Aerosol Carbon Instruments at a Remote, Background Site
Roger L. Tanner and Solomon T. Bairai
6). Size-resolved concentrations of carbonaceous aerosol in marine and urban sites in the island of Puerto Rico
M.Colón-Robles, L.L. Soto-García, O.L. Mayol-Bracero
7). Contribution of Basic and Neutral N-Compounds to the Adverse Health Effects of Ambient Aerosols
P. Bohn and G. Matuschek
8). Emission of Particulate Matter and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) from Select Cookstove-fuel Systems
Nguyen Thi Kim Oanh, D.O. Albina, S.C. Bhattacharya, Li Ping and Xiaoke Wang
9). Interlaboratory Comparison Studies for Characterization of Organic Compounds in Particulate Matter
Michele M. Schantz and Stephen A. Wise
10). Characterization of Water-Soluble Organic Carbon in Atmospheric Particles: Recent Approaches and Methods
Ewa Dabek-Zlotorzynska and Luyi Ding
11). Evaluation and Minimization of Organic Aerosol Sampling Artifacts Using Impactors and Quartz Fiber Filter Denuders
Dennis Fitz
12). Characterization of Chemical Composition and Size of Diesel Exhaust Particulate Matter By LDITOF/MS
J. I. Selco, J. Suro, I.M. Kennedy, T.A. Cahil3 and P.B. Kelly
13). Evaluation and Examination Particle Transmission Through Traditional Denuders and Through Different Configuration of Carbon-Impregnated Foam
Luyi Ding, Patrick Lee, Gang Lu, Jeffrey Brook
14). Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds in Snowmobile Exhaust
and in the Snowpack

M. McDaniel and B. Zielinska
15. Carbonyl Profiles in Vehicular Exhaust Emissions Prior to the Mandated MTBE Ban in California: A Sepulveda Tunnel Experiment
Arantzazu Eiguren-Fernandez, Suresh Thurairatnam and Antonio H. Miguel
16. Water Interference in CO2 Detection During Evolved Gas Analysis
O. Peralta, R. Morales, M. Grutter, D. Baumgardner
17. Thermographic analysis of known organic substances
O. Peralta, R. Morales, O. Amador, D. Baumgardner
18. Speciation of Organic Matter in Fog Droplets: How Far are We from Mass Closure?
Pierre Herckes, Taehyoung Lee, Hui Chang, Jacqueline Carrillo, Sarah Youngster and Jeffrey L. Collett, Jr.
19. A Critical Evaluation of Anion Exchange Chromatography for the Separation of Water Soluble Organic Carbon
Hui Chang, Pierre Herckes, Jeffrey L. Collett, Jr.
20. A Global Emission Inventory of Primary Carbonaceous Aerosols Appropriate for Climate Modeling
Haolin Sun, Tami C. Bond
21. Measurements of PM2.5 Carbon in New York City
Oliver V. Rattigan and H. D. Felton, James J. Schwab and Kenneth L. Demerjian
22. Melting Point Indicators for Calibrating Thermal/Optical Carbon Analyzers
Guadalupe Paredes-Miranda, Lung-Wen Antony Chen, Oliver Chang, Judith C.
Chow, and John G. Watson
23. Size-Resolved Chemical Composition of Biomass Burning Aerosols in the Brazilian Amazon: Carbonaceous Aerosols and Water-Soluble Ions
Dianna L. Ortiz, L. L. Soto-García, O. L. Mayol-Bracero,S. González, M. O. Andreae, T. W. Andreae, P. Artaxo, W. Elbert, W. Maenhaut, I. Trebs
24. Comparison of Analytical Derivatization Methods for Polar Organic Aerosol Speciation
Lynn R. Rinehart, Mark R. McDaniel, Roger L. Tanner, and Barbara Zielinska
25. Quantitation, Detection and Measurement Precision of Organic Molecular Markers in Urban Particulate Matter
Min Li, Stephen R. McDow, David Tollerud and Monica A. Mazurek
26. SOA (Secondary Organic Aerosol) Formation in the Presence of Diesel Soot Exhaust
Sangdon Lee, Myoseon Jang, Richard M. Kamens
27. Capillary Electrophoresis Determinative and GC-MS Confirmatory Method for Water-Soluble Organic Acids in Airborne Particulate Matter and Vehicular Emission
Ewa Dabek-Zlotorzynska, Rocio Aranda-Rodriguez and Lisa Graham
28. Simultaneous Collection of Ambient Aerosol to Measure PAHS, Trace Elements, EC-OC, IONS and PM2.5 Mass
Arantzazu Eiguren-Fernandez, Suresh Thurairatnam and Antonio H. Miguel
29. Naphthalene Measurement in Ambient Air Using Sorbent Tubes
S. Katharine Hammond, Charles Perrino, Ira B. Tager, Fred Lurmann, Paul Roberts, David Vaughn, Arantzazu Eiguren-Fernandez, Antonio H. Miguel
30. Correlating bioaerosol load with PM2.5 and PM10cf concentrations: a comparison between natural desert and urban fringe aerosols
Justin Boreson, Ann M. Dillner, and Jordan Peccia
31. Determination of Organic Carbon to Organic Carbon Mass Conversion Factor for IMPROVE Samples
Hazem S. El-Zanan, Douglas Lowenthal, Judith C. Chow, Naresh Kumar, and Barbara Zielinska
32. Chemical Characterization of Atmospheric Aerosol in Support of Atlanta Health Study: Particle and Multiphase Organics
Hazem S. EL-Zanan and Barbara Zielinska
33. Particulate Matter Organic Acids Measured Using the Particle-into-Liquid Sampler (PILS) at the St. Louis – Midwest Supersite
Andrea L. Clements, Jay R. Turner and Rodney J. Weber
34. Time Series Analysis of SVOC in Ambient PM2.5
Jurgen Schnelle-Kreis and Ralf Zimmermann
35. The analysis of ambient particular matter (PM 2.5) by two-dimensional gas chromatography coupled to time-of-flight mass spectrometry (GCxGC-TOF MS). Search criteria and group identification rules.
Werner Welthagen and Ralf Zimmermann
36. Thermographic analysis of gasoline and diesel exhaust particles
R. Morales, O. Peralta, G. B. Raga, D. Baumgardner
37. Particulate Phase Levels of PAH’s, Organic and Elemental Carbon at two sites in Mexico City.
Diana Guzman-Torres, Maricela Maubert, Arantzazu Eiguren-Fernandez, Antonio H. Miguel and Pablo Cicero-Fernandez
38. Single particle analysis of standard soot samples for fast determination of EC/OC values
T. Ferge, E. Karg, M. Frank and R. Zimmermann
39. Combined Operation of an Aerodynamic Particle Sizer and a Laser Based Single Particle Mass Spectrometer
S. Gallavardin. T. Ferge, and Ralf Zimmermann

40. Characterization of Organic Components in Aerosol Particles Using Two-Step laser Desorption/Ionization Mass Spectrometry
T. Ferge, F. Muehlberger and R. Zimmermann

41.Chemical Characteristics of Fine Organic Aerosols in the Great Smoky Mountains
Lynn M. Hildemann, Liya Yu, Michelle Shulman, and Royal Kopperud
42. International comparison of OC/EC in PM2.5 in urban sites
Shuichi Hasegawa, Kiyoshi Tanabe, and Shinji Wakamatsu
43. Size-resolved organic compositions in atmospheric nano- to micro-scale particles at roadside
Akihiro Fushimi, Shuichi Hasegawa, Kiyoshi Tanabe and Shinji Kobayashi
44. Variations of Water Soluble Organic Carbon and Carbon Isotopic Composition in Hong Kong
S. C. Lee(a)*, J. J. Cao(b), K. F. Ho(a)

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