Their work expands on research that links particulate
matter pollution with an increased number of hospital admissions and heart-related deaths.
Such a reaction is "entirely consistent" with an endothelin boost from exposure to particulate
pollution, he says.
Pharmacopeial Convention's chapter 788, "Particulate
Matter in Injections," is often referenced and describes methods to count particulates
in solution (ref.
This study expands on the previous research and helps build the case for stronger pollution controls on cars, factories and power plants that generate fine particulate
matter pollution, according to an editorial accompanying the study in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Total organic carbon, particulate
organic carbon, and mineral associated organic carbon distribution in the surface 40 cm (16 in) of native grassland, agricultural, and restored grassland soils are presented in Figure 1.
The sites with the strongest influence on the PerForm SP particulate
are created by sources of aluminum, such as alum and PAC.
At the time of each exam, the researchers also measured several forms of particulate
air pollution and gases at a site near the medical center.
We found that on exposure to the same mass of a specific type of particulate
, the oxidative burst increases with decreasing particle size but remains relatively independent of zeolite composition.
I pointed out in my last letter that the solutions available to cars (catalytic converters and particulate
traps) cannot be used on jet aircraft.
Experiments were conducted to assess whether aerosolized bacteria, including spores, respond like particulate
contaminants to electrical forces in indoor air.
In addition, Suurna points out that the company has had success in reducing its particulate
, or collection of dust particles.