Dataset associated with "Emissions and radiative impacts of sub-10 nm particles from biofuel and fossil fuel cookstoves"
Combustion sources have been shown to directly emit particles smaller than 10 nm. The emission of 1-3 nm particles from biofuel or fossil-fuel cookstoves has not been studied previously, nor have the radiative impacts of these emissions been investigated. In this work, emissions (number of particles) were measured during a water boiling test performed on five different cookstoves (three-stone fire, rocket elbow, gasifier, charcoal, and liquified petroleum gas [LPG]) for particle diameters between ~1 and ~1000 nm. We found significant emissions of particles smaller than 10 nm for all cookstoves ...
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