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PAPER: Gas-Dispersed Particles for Surface Characterization, 表面分析のための微粒子の気中分散

Aerosol nanoparticle sensor system for probing a dip-coated layer of organic molecules, at sub-100 nm resolution (Masao Gen was a doctoral student: 2011/10-2014/6).気中分散微粒子を用いたSERS法によって、表面上の分子「パターン」に対して直接「検査」可能な技術

A surface coated with organic molecules has been probed by surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) technique after the deposition of particles (~50 nm) from the gas-phase at sub 100 nm resolution. 114 more words

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NASA Recommends Face-Mask When Viewing Chemtrails

NASA’s CATS Eyes Clouds, Smoke and Dust from the Space Station

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December 1, 2014

Different types of clouds and aerosols can be found at varying heights in the atmosphere. 990 more words

Chemtrail

Climate fixes could harm billions of people

Using aerosols to block solar radiation represents one approach to geo-engineering
Schemes to tackle climate change could prove disastrous for billions of people, but might be required for the good of the planet, scientists say. 804 more words

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Do small volcanoes have a big climate impact?

New research tracks aerosols from volcanic eruptions

Staff Report

FRISCO — Sunlight-reflecting particles from relatively small volcanic eruptions may add up to have a significant effect on global temperatures, according to a new climate study that tries to quantify the cumulative impact of aerosols from volcanoes. 606 more words

Climate And Weather

Two pieces of good news this week

The full paper from the EMAC2013 conference last year is now available online. If you’re interested in the statistical methodology we used for estimating the inhaled dose of particles by students in the UPTECH project, you should check out our paper at the… 206 more words

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Satellite captures massive smoke and haze over china

China seems to be ground zero for air pollution these days. From NASA:

Smoke and haze hang over a large portion of eastern China in this image captured by the Aqua satellite on October 29, 2014.  247 more words

Aerosols