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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Comparison of amounts of CO and PM10 in this station indicated that pollution of PM10 is higher than CO in the all months.
In 2010, there were 13 days when the amount of fine particulates - known as PM10s - in the air exceeded the safe threshold in Port Talbot.
The WHO tabulation shows that the most polluted city in the entire world--Number 1,082 on the list--is Ahvaz with 372 microns of PM10.
PM10s are tiny particles linked to asthma, heart disease and other health conditions.
Upper Change in Health Impact Indicator = Upper Coefficient*Change in PM10
The World Health Organisation believes there is no safe limit for exposure to PM10, a pollutant emitted predominantly by diesel engines.
In past experiments, he and his collaborators found that PM10 from candles might be especially harmful because, in the body, unidentified constituents of the smoke readily generate free radicals that damage cells.
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy first raised the alarm about the dangers of PM10 particles - emitted by diesel engines - to health this year.
The city has the highest levels of PM10 fine particles - the biggest single killer in polluted air - which are mainly derived from vehicle exhausts.
According to the article: "The air at a Maastricht basilica contained 20 times the European Union limit of PM10 (Particulate Matter) particles after a simulated mass ceremony.
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) has just published the results of a survey identifying PM10 'hotspots' in Britain.