Triplicate samples were collected from each place- The suspended particulate matter (Solid Aerosols) collected from randomly selected sites was strained in order to remove fibrous material.
Phase/compound analysis of the Solid aerosols were carried out by employing an automated powder X- ray diffractometer (Rigaku model D/MAX-II A) which is equipped with a scintillation counter and a pulse-height analyser.
Characterization of solid aerosols (morphology, type and chemistry) was performed using SEM (Model: JEOL-1010,80kVx1500x2500) available at NIBGE, Faisalabad.
These samples were collected by air volume samplerfor the study of phase analysis of solid aerosols usingXRPD technique.
naphthylamine-4-sulfonate tetrahydrate (3) in amounts ranging between (43.76*1.48)% in Pool (5*3), Potassium phenoxide (4) in amounts ranging between (60.07*18.12)% in Pool(4*2), Bismuth salicylate (5) in amounts ranging between (61.81*8.48)% in Pool(2*4), Cadmium salicylate hydrate (6) in amounts ranging between (39.395*4.287)% in Pool(1*2),Barium phenolsulfonate (7) in amounts ranging between (6.54*1.82)% in solid aerosols of Pool(3*5).
In order to know which region had lighter identified compounds in solid aerosols loadings than the others.
Therefore they are polluting environment adversely by changing the Physico-chemical process occurring in the Environment and disturbing radiation budget creating global cooling and global warming along with health hazard see Figures 3, 4.The major sources of solid aerosols include Coal burning, Auto mobile exhaust, high temperature Industrial processes, fugitive dust, de-odourization of waste gases, detoxification of dust from steel plants, unpaved roads, municipal waste combustion etc along with some natural processes as forest fires, decaying
sulfonate tetrahydrate and Barium phenolsulfonate gave astonishing results from this mixing of the technique it was emitted that these solid aerosols were contributing a lot towards environment pollution of the Faisalabad environment by addition and subtraction of phases and hence modifying the ecosystem.
Table 20: Pool Wise Trend Pattern of Compounds in Solid Aerosols
It is concluded that the solid aerosols samples collected from various pools in Faisalabad contained steadily the organic compounds namely GB- Naphthylbismuth dioxide, Sodium hippurate, Sodium- GA-naphthyla m i ne-4-sulfonate tetrahydrate, Potassium phenoxide, Bismuth sal i cylate, Cadm i u m sali cy late hydrate, Bariu m pheno lsulfonate as pollution components mixing techniques showed addition and subtraction of compound phases and hence modification of the environment and consequently are generating relevant health hazards.
A package of high resolution technique (XRD, AAS, SEM, TEM, and AFM) is necessary to understand the Physics, Mineralogy, Geology, Climatology and Chemistry of these solid aerosols [54-57].