Using the meter small-angle dispersity in automated systems continuous monitoring particle size distribution of aerosols

N.N. Dyakov1, Yu.A. Malchenko1, S.A. Bobrova1, A.I. Ryabinin1, A.E. Lipchenko1,

V.V. Taranov2

1Sevastopol branch State Oceanographic Institute, Russian Federation, Sevastopol, St. Sovetskaya, 61


2Institute of Colloid Chemistry and Water Chemistry, NAS of Ukraine, Ukraine, Kiev-142, Av. Acad. Vernadsky, 42


DOI: 10.33075/2220-5861-2017-1-24-30

UDC 551.5


   We present the results of observations of the particle size distribution of aerosols on a stationary post in the city of Sevastopol in 2015-16 years. The basic patterns of aerosol distribution in individual size groups and their relationship with environmental parameters. The relevance of the proposed monitoring of the various indicators of aerosol was noted.

Keywords: aerosols, particle size distribution, diffraction of laser radiation, meteorological factors.

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