|Other Titles:||Toxic chemicals produced from atmospheric reactions|
|Author's alias:||Kameda, Takayuki|
mineral dust aerosols
|Journal title:||環境工学連合講演会講演論文集 = Proceedings of the National Congress for Environmental Studies|
|Abstract:||Atmospheric nitrated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (NPAHs) have been shown to have toxic effects. They are formed not only from fossil fuel combustion but also through nitration reactions of their parent polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the atmosphere. However, little is known about heterogeneous nitration of PAHs by gaseous NO2 on natural mineral particulates, such as desert dust aerosols. Mineral dust aerosols are known to adversely affect our health. Toxic chemicals associated with the dust are considered possible health factors. Here, we show that chemical reactions on mineral dust produce considerable amounts of NPAHs, a major class of toxic chemicals.|
|Description:||[第31回環境工学連合講演会 = he 31th National Congress for Environmental Studies] 2018/05/22-2018/05/22, 日本学術会議講堂, 主催: 日本学術会議 土木工学・建築学委員会|
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