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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Chemical Characterization of Main Sources For Receptor ModelingREY GARROTE Maria; ASTORGA LLORENS Covadonga; PARADIZ Bostjan; NIEDZIALEK JOANNA; CANCELINHA JOSE; DOUGLAS KEVIN; WÅHLIN PETER; STANCZYK C.; JIMENEZ MINGO JOSE; LARSEN BOContributions to Conferences
2006Chemical Speciation of PM (PAH, Heavy Metals, Trace Elements)REY GARROTE Maria; ASTORGA LLORENS Covadonga; NIEDZIALEK JOANNA; CANCELINHA JOSE; DOUGLAS KEVIN; WÅHLIN PETER; JIMENEZ MINGO JOSE; DE SANTI GIOVANNI; LARSEN BOContributions to Conferences
2007Effect of Biodiesel Fuels on Pollutant Emissions from EURO 3 LD Diesel Vehicles (1)MARTINI GIORGIO; ASTORGA LLORENS Covadonga; FARFALETTI CASALI ARIANNA; BOTTA Marzio; REY GARROTE Maria; MANFREDI URBANO; KRASENBRINK ALOIS; LARSEN BO; DE SANTI GIOVANNIEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Effect of Water/Fuel Emulsions and a Cerium-based Combustion Improver Additive on HD and LD Diesel Exhaust EmissionsFARFALETTI CASALI ARIANNA; ASTORGA LLORENS Covadonga; MARTINI GIORGIO; MANFREDI URBANO; MUELLER ANNE; REY GARROTE Maria; DE SANTI GIOVANNI; KRASENBRINK ALOIS; LARSEN BOArticles in Journals
2007(Nano) Particles from 2-S Scooters: SOF / INSOF; Improvements of Aftertreatment; ToxicityCZERWINSKI JAN; COMTE PIERRE; ASTORGA LLORENS Covadonga; REY GARROTE Maria; MAYER ANDREAS; REUTIMANN FELIXContributions to Conferences
2005Source Apportionment of Ozone Precursor VOCs in Urban Atmospheres by Receptor ModellingJUNNINEN Heikki; BORBON A.; LARSEN BO; ASTORGA LLORENS Covadonga; LOGOGE NContributions to Conferences
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