Saxena, Pallavi; Chandra, Abhishek
January 2011
Pollution Engineering;Jan2011, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p25
Trade Publication
The article discusses the effects of black carbon (BC) emissions, a combination of anthropogenic mixtures of sulfate, fly ash particles, organics, dust, nitrate and natural aerosols, in the environment. It mentions that BC is produced from the incomplete burning of solid biomass, coal and diesel fuel. It cites that black carbon is considered as a major contributor to air pollution and global climate change. The authors remark that emission inventory can help determine BC factors.


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