マスク装着に関する日本エアロゾル学会の見解 Statement on the Mask Wearing: Japan Association of Aerosol Science & Technology.
Wuled Lenggoro contributed on making the "first-connect" between two authors (Shiro Hatakeyama, a well-known professor of PM2.5 and Hisashi Noguchi, a Journalist). Published by Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun (2016).. 著者：畠山史郎（農工大教授）、野口恒（ジャーナリスト） 大気中に浮遊する粒子状物質(Particulate Matter)のうち、粒径が2.5 µm以下のものを指します。 Amazon website::: Nikkan Bookstore :::
Charging state is important to understand the process of adverse health effects of PM. 健康影響を調べるために微粒子の帯電状態を知ることは重要
PM2.5 collected on the filters were likely to carry a negative charge 捕集された微粒子の帯電状態は主にマイナス帯電
Area-selective deposition of charged particles derived from colloidal aerosol droplets on a surface with different hydrophilic levels...J. Aerosol Science. (a work by Kusdianto (Doctoral student, now with ITS, Indonesia), and Gen (Doctoral student, joined Tohoku Univ. then City Univ. Hong Kong) Highlights * Charged aerosol particles were derived from spraying colloidal droplets. * Substrate with… Continue reading Between Charged Aerosol Particles & Substrate’s Hydrophilicity.（新発見）正帯電した気中浮遊粒子が親水性が高い表面に付きやすい現象
JOURNAL: Atmospheric Environment (2014) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1352231014000405 Effects of 2-years exposure to (sub-micron) ammonium sulfate particles on growth and gas exchange rates of Fagus crenata (ブナ), Castanopsis sieboldii (スダジイ), Larix kaempferi (唐松) and Cryptomeria japonica (スギ) seedlings •No significant effect of the particles on growth was observed after 2 years. •Net photosynthetic rates of 3 species were not significantly changed.… Continue reading PAPER: Effect of water-soluble particles on the growth of plants (2 years) 植物に水溶性微粒子を与えていたら？
We investigated an optical method for measuring the amount of BC extracted from foliar surfaces and collected on quartz fiber filters. 樹木・葉面から抽出され石英繊維フィルター上に収集されたカーボン系粒子の量を測定する光学的方法を検討した。
Visualization of artificially deposited submicron-sized aerosol particles on the surfaces of leaves/needles in trees 樹木の葉表面に任意的に微粒子を沈着させ、それを「可視化」する技術