White Paper on Ambient ultrafine particles: evidence for policy makers

Lidia Morawska, Annette Peters, Flemming Ralph Cassee, A Wierzbicka, Giorgio Buonanno, Josef Cyrys, Jüergen Schnelle-Kreis, Michal Kowalski, Michael Riediker, Wolfram Birmili, X Querol, Ali Önder Yildirim, A Elder, Il Je Yu, Johan Øvrevik, KS Hougaard, Steffen Loft, Otmar Schmid, PE Schwarze, T StoegerAlexandra Schneider, Enembe Okokon, E Samoli, Massimo Stafoggia, Regina Pickford, Siqi Zhang, Sussane Breitner, Tamara Schikowski, Timo Lanki, Tobias Aurelio, Barbara Hoffmann, Hicran Altug, Kathrin Wolf, Ron Kappeler, Sarah Lucht

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Abstract

Ultrafine particle, as defined by ISO/TC 146/SC 2/WG1 N 320 is “A particle sized about 100 nm in diameter or less”. The same definition applies to a nanoparticle as “A particle
with a nominal diameter smaller than about 100 nm”. Ultrafine particles (UFP) is a term used in atmospheric sciences, while “nanoparticles” applies to material
engineering.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages23
Publication statusPublished - 2019
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

Name'Thinking outside de box' Team

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