Passive Particle Monitoring

A passive particle monitor measures particles without the use of mechanical or electrical systems, depending instead on natural wind-blown deposition of particles on a collection surface. Passive particle monitoring is frequently used for qualitative "nuisance dust" measurements, and more recently to extrapolate airborne PM concentrations and the direction dust comes from.

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Calibrating a Microscope

by mathew almost 3 years ago | 2 | 246 views | 1


OpenFlexure Microscope: high-resolution assembly

by mathew almost 3 years ago | 7 | 418 views | 1


Sample prep for Passive Particle Monitors

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Making an OpenFlexure Microscope

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Automating Passive Particle Monitor Analysis

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Deploying Passive Particle Monitors

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Coal Ash and Citizen Monitoring

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analyzing passive monitors

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Optical Imaging of Passive Particle Monitors

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Replicating a Passive Dust Monitor & Method

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a first look at dust with consumer scanners

by mathew about 5 years ago | 7 | 71 views | 1


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