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Larson, T. E.; Hettick, Irene (2011)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: Tellus A
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects:
Analyses of 62 rainwater samples collected at the University of Illinois Airport near Savoy, Ill., showed that on the basis of equivalent concentrations, the chloride is equal to the sum of sodium and potassium. Sodium was three times the potassium. Calcium plus magnesium was 10 times the chloride and equal to the sum of the bicarbonate and sulfate. The sulfate was equal to twice the sum of ammonium and nitrate. These results indicate salt from sea mist to constitute a negligible proportion of the mineral content. They also indicate the presence of air pollution by the combustion of fuel.DOI: 10.1111/j.2153-3490.1956.tb01210.x
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    • BURGERL,. B., ELLIOTM.. A,, HOLTZJ,. C., and SCHRENK, LARSONT, . E., and HENLEYL,., 1955: Determination H. H., 1943: Bureau of Mines Report of Investigation, of Low Alkalinity or Acidity in Water. Anal. Chem., P. 3713. 27, p. 851.
    • CLAAnRaKl.EFC., hEe.,m1.,95202:,Dpe.te5r5m3.ination of Chloride in Water. SMTAAiGnNIDLLLAoPs,R.DMAL.nE,gTaenHldeOsBDCESONoFuOnWLtyIEA,LRIT.,.EW&AR.N,EA1.9LC5Y2.,:S4AE49Si,r,epPd.o.1,ll31u49t7i4o.6n:
    • ERIKSSONE,., 1952: Composition of Atmospheric Pre- N e w York, American Public Health Association, Inc. cipitation. Tellus, 4, pp. 21s and 280. SCHRENKH,. H., and BURGERL,. B., 1941 : Composition
    • ERIKSSONE,., 1955: Air Borne Salts and the Chemical of Diesel Engine Exhaust Gas, A m . J. Pub. Health, Composition of River Waters. Tellus, 7 , pp. 134 WO3O1.DCp.O6C6K9.A,. H., 1950: Condensation nuclei and and 395. precipitation.]. Meteor., 7, p. 161.
    • JOHNSONJ,. C., 19. .: Physical Meteorology. N e w York. WOODCOCKA,. H., 1952: Atmospheric salt particles The Technical Press of the Massachusetts Institute and raindrops. J. Meteor., 9. p. zoo. of Technology and John Wiley & Sons, Inc., London, WRIGHTH, . L., 1940: Sea salt nuclei. Quart. J. Roy. Chapman &Hall, Ltd., p. 206. Meteor. Sor., 66, p. 3.
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    • Low center passage, CP air, R tota storm rain sample No. 44 = 0.16
    • Squall line, TRW, MT, total storn rain No. 45-47 = 0.49" (con tinuous)
    • Squall line, I.-, MT, samples 52-5, continuous rain = 0.12"
    • Total continuous storm rain fall Nc 58-59 = 0.47"
    • Same as No. 60, TRW-. RN'. &I: aloft. Total cmtinuous rainfal No. 60-61 = 0.55"
    • Same as No. 62, R-, SameasNo. 6
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