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Detailed characterization of the CAPS single-scattering albedo monitor (CAPS PMssa) as a field-deployable instrument for measuring aerosol light absorption with the extinction-minus-scattering method
Modini, R. L., Corbin, J. C., Brem, B. T., Irwin, M., Bertò, M., Pileci, R. E., … Gysel-Beer, M. (2021). Detailed characterization of the CAPS single-scattering albedo monitor (CAPS PMssa) as a field-deployable instrument for measuring aerosol light absorption with the extinction-minus-scattering method. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 14(2), 819-851. https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-14-819-2021
Comparison of co-located refractory black carbon (rBC) and elemental carbon (EC) mass concentration measurements during field campaigns at several European sites
Pileci, R. E., Modini, R. L., Bertò, M., Yuan, J., Corbin, J. C., Marinoni, A., … Gysel-Beer, M. (2021). Comparison of co-located refractory black carbon (rBC) and elemental carbon (EC) mass concentration measurements during field campaigns at several European sites. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 14(2), 1379-1403. https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-14-1379-2021
The synergistic role of sulfuric acid, bases, and oxidized organics governing new-particle formation in Beijing
Yan, C., Yin, R., Lu, Y., Dada, L., Yang, D., Fu, Y., … Bianchi, F. (2021). The synergistic role of sulfuric acid, bases, and oxidized organics governing new-particle formation in Beijing. Geophysical Research Letters, 48(7), e2020GL091944 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1029/2020GL091944
Exploiting multi-wavelength aerosol absorption coefficients in a multi-time resolution source apportionment study to retrieve source-dependent absorption parameters
Forello, A. C., Bernardoni, V., Calzolai, G., Lucarelli, F., Massabò, D., Nava, S., … Vecchi, R. (2019). Exploiting multi-wavelength aerosol absorption coefficients in a multi-time resolution source apportionment study to retrieve source-dependent absorption parameters. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 19(17), 11235-11252. https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-19-11235-2019
The multi-wavelength absorption analyzer (MWAA) model as a tool for source and component apportionment based on aerosol absorption properties: application to samples collected in different environments
Bernardoni, V., Pileci, R. E., Caponi, L., & Massabò, D. (2017). The multi-wavelength absorption analyzer (MWAA) model as a tool for source and component apportionment based on aerosol absorption properties: application to samples collected in different environments. Atmosphere, 8(11), 218 (18 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3390/atmos8110218