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Part of a power plant's flue gas particles do not develop until in the atmosphere

Part of a power plant's flue gas particles do not develop until in the atmosphere

Researchers were surprised by the small amount of particles in flue gas of a coal-fired power plant. The same study showed that the smallest emission particles are not developed until in the atmosphere.

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Eija Asmi, FMI, tel +358 50 390 6638, eija.asmi@fmi.fi 
Fanni Mylläri, TTY tel. +358 400 849 0370, fanni.myllari@tut.fi 
Topi Rönkkö, TTY, tel. +358 40 198 1019, topi.ronkko@tut.fi

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010218016303406


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