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- Discrete and continuous descriptions of nanoparticle dynamics.
- Figure 1 Panel (a): Simulated nanoparticle formation event at conditions of a chamber experiment for a representative LVOC species at a final vapor concentration of CLVOC = 2∙107 cm−3.
- Figure 2 Panel (a): Relative difference DGR = abs[(GRcond − GRapp)/GRapp] between GRapp and GRcond (thin solid line), and the ratio ∂2:∂ of the second and first derivatives of the distribution at tapp (thick solid line) for LVOC at CLVOC = 2∙107 cm−3.
- Figure 3 Panels (a) and (b): GRcond,vapor, GRTREND, and GRapp at particle appearance times tapp for LVOC and LVOC–ELVOC, respectively.
- Figure 4 ∂2:∂ determined for an experimentally observed size distribution (Fig.
- Simulations based on the discrete GDE.
- GRapp based on the appearance times of different particle sizes.
- GRcond calculated from molecular collision and evaporation rates.
- GRTREND determined by the full-GDE-based analysis tool TREND.
- Determination of ∂2:∂.
- Effect of size resolution on ∂2:∂.