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Sigma KEE - ParticulateMatter
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particulate matter
ParticulateMatter is a mixture of very small solid or liquid matter suspended in Earth's atmosphere with an approximateDiameter of less than 1,000 Micrometers (0.001 mm).
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Parents mixture A Mixture is two or more PureSubstances, combined in varying proportions - each retaining its own specific properties. The components of a Mixture can be separated by physical means, i.e. without the making and breaking of chemical bonds. Examples: Air, table salt thoroughly dissolved in water, milk, wood, and concrete.
Children coarse particulate matterCoarseParticulateMatter are ParticulateMatter with an approximateDiameter between 2.5 and 10 Micrometers.
 fine particulate matterFineParticles are ParticulateMatter with an approximateDiameter less than 2.5 Micrometers.


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