PM10

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PM10

Organic particles, or particulate matter, as in smoke, measuring between 2.5 and 10 microns in diameter.

PM10

A general term for organic air pollutants measuring less than 10 µm in diameter, which are linked to increased respiratory morbidity and mortality.
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The nose and upper airways usually filter out the larger particles, but the fine particles travel deep into the lungs and can enter the bloodstream.
These fine particles (if not filtered) quickly build up and coat the heat transfer surfaces and foul the dies, heater elements, pump internals and seal faces.
The Mexican fires put many fine particles into the air, and that may have changed the way clouds became electrified, says Lyons.
holds a license to an innovative powder coating technology developed at The University of Western Ontario which allows for the complete fluidization of ultra fine particles down to nanometer size.
The port is in Clark County, which fails to meet national outdoor air quality standards for fine particles (soot).
Provides full range of size-reduction equipment capable of converting huge purgings into fine particles.
These fine particles are particularly high in pigment-to-resin ratio.
the ALD encapsulation process provides unprecedented control of the physical and chemical properties of ultra fine particles, inherently beneficial materials that are currently underutilized due to processing or reactivity deficiencies.
Diesel emissions contain large amounts of nitrogen oxides and fine particles (soot).
Fine particles in smoke emitted from fireplaces and wood stoves can make up more than half the fine particle pollutants in the atmosphere in certain locations, and can aggravate symptoms among people with asthma; the choice of wood burned will impact the level of fine particle emissions according to a report in the November/December 2004 issue (Volume 21, Number 6) of Environmental Engineering Science, a peer-reviewed journal published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
It's putting a large amount of fine particles out into the atmosphere.
They also enter the epithelium faster and are translocated in greater proportion to the subepithelium space compared with fine particles (13).