|dc.contributor.author||Pastuszka, Józef S.||-|
|dc.identifier.citation||Archives of Environmental Protection, 2014, no. 3, s. 13-27||pl_PL|
|dc.description.abstract||The surface properties of particles emitted from six selected coal-fi red power and heating plants in
Poland have been studied in this work for the fi rst time. Samples were collected beyond the control systems.
Surface composition of the size-distributed particles was obtained by photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS).
The refl ection of the smallest, submicron particles was also measured to calculate their specifi c/mass
absorption. The surface layer of the emitted particles was clearly dominated by oxygen, followed by silicon
and carbon. The sum of the relative concentration of these elements was between 85.1% and 91.1% for coarse
particles and 71.8–93.4% for fi ne/submicron particles. Aluminum was typically the fourth or fi fth, or at least
the sixth most common element. The mass absorption of the submicron particles emitted from the studied
plants ranged from 0.02 m2g-1 to 0.03 m2g-1. Only specifi c absorption obtained for the “Nowy Wirek” heating
plant was signifi cantly higher than in other studied plants probably because the obsolete fi re grate is used in
this heating plant.
The obtained results suggest that the power/heating-plant-emitted fi ne particles contain less carbonaceous
material/elemental carbon on their surfaces than those that are typical in urban air.||pl_PL|
|dc.rights||Uznanie autorstwa-Użycie niekomercyjne-Bez utworów zależnych 3.0 Polska||*|
|dc.subject||coal-fi red power and heating stations||pl_PL|
|dc.subject||surface chemical composition||pl_PL|
|dc.subject||X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS)||pl_PL|
|dc.subject||specifi c absorption||pl_PL|
|dc.title||Surface properties of particles emitted from selected coal-fired heating plants and electric power stations in Poland : preliminary results||pl_PL|
|dc.relation.journal||Archives of Environmental Protection||pl_PL|
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