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    • A high-flow turbulent cloud chamber 

      Khlystou, A; Kos, GPA; ten Brink, HM (AEROSOL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 1996)
      A large laboratory facility (cloud chamber) has been built to study cloud formation under reproducible conditions. The chamber was designed to assess the influence of anthropogenic aerosols on the microstructure of marine ...
    • Activation properties of ambient aerosol in the Netherlands 

      Khlystov, A; Kos, GPA; Ten Brink, HM; Kruisz, C; Berner, A (ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 1996)
      A cloud chamber has been used to study the cloud activation of ambient aerosol in The Netherlands. The large dimensions and throughput of the chamber allowed unperturbed collection of aerosol and droplets with cascade impactors ...
    • Concentrations of ultrafine, fine and PM2.5 particles in three European cities 

      Ruuskanen, J; Tuch, Th; Ten Brink, H; Peters, A; Khlystov, A; Mirme, A; Kos, GPA; ... (13 authors) (ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2001)
      Total number concentrations, number concentrations of ultrafine (0.01-0.1 mum) and accumulation (0.1-0.5 mum) particles, as well as mass concentration of PM2.5 particles and blackness of PM2.5 filters, which is related to ...
    • Variability of particulate matter concentrations along roads and motorways determined by a moving measurement unit 

      Weijers, EP; Khlystov, AY; Kos, GPA; Erisman, JW (Atmospheric Environment, 2004-06-01)
      The spatial variability of aerosol number and mass along roads was determined in different regions (urban, rural and coastal-marine) of the Netherlands. A condensation particle counter (CPC) and an optical aerosol spectrometer ...