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Instrument

Measured Quantity and Resolution

Perfect Single Particle Measurements of Size-Resolved Composition











ÒContinuousÓ Measurements of Integral Properties

CNC, CPC

Integrating Nephelometer

Epiphaniometer






Physical Size Distributions

OPC

SEMS, SMPS







Measurements of Integral or Size Resolved Chemical Properties

Time and Size Integrated measurements of composition

Filter






Single Particle Mass Spectrometry




OPC = Optical Particle Counter

SEMS = Scanning Electrical Mobility Spectrometer

SMPS = Scanning Mobility Particle Spectometer

CNC = Condensation Nucleus (or Nuclei) Counter

CPC = Condensation Particle Counter (the same as a CNC)
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