Wykaz publikacji wybranego autora

Alicja Skiba, mgr inż.

doktorant

Wydział Fizyki i Informatyki Stosowanej
WFiIS-kzf, Katedra Zastosowań Fizyki Jądrowej


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ORCID: brak

ResearcherID: brak

Scopus: 57210116694





Liczba pozycji spełniających powyższe kryteria selekcji: 31, z ogólnej liczby 31 publikacji Autora


1
  • AGH ISC 2018
2
  • Application of natural carbon isotopes for emission source apportionment of carbonaceous particulate matter in urban atmosphere: a case study from Krakow, Southern Poland
3
  • Characteristics of organic compounds in PM2.5 collected in Krakow, Southern Poland
4
  • Characterization and source apportionment of $PM_{1}$ organic aerosol in Krakow, Poland
5
  • Characterization of carbonaceous species in PM10 fraction in Krakow (Southern Poland) during warm and cold season using off-line and on-line instrumentation
6
  • Charakterystyka wybranych biocydów występujących w wodach powierzchniowych
7
  • Chemical composition of atmospheric aerosols collected in Krakow agglomeration
8
  • Chemical composition of atmospheric aerosols collected in Krakow agglomeration
9
  • Complex characterization of fine fraction and source contribution to PM2.5 mass at an urban area in Central Europe
10
  • Determination of CS-137 activities in air aerosols (in Poland) after forest fire in the Chernobyl exclusion zone – site of elevated level of radiation risk
11
  • Identyfikacja źródeł pochodzenia pyłów PM2.5 w Krakowie na podstawie analizy składu izotopowego węgla
12
  • Improved chloride quantification in quadrupole aerosol chemical speciation monitors (Q-ACSMs)
13
  • Modified cenospheres as catalysts in Selective Reduction of NO by Ammonia ($SCR-NH_3$)
14
  • Modified microspheres as catalysts for selective reduction of $NO$ with ammonia $(SCR-NH_{3})$
15
  • Obecność 1,3,5-trifenylobenzenu we frakcji PM10 pyłu zawieszonego pobranego w aglomeracji krakowskiej
16
  • Occurrence of PAHs and new tracer of polyethylene plastic combustion, 1,3,5-triphenylbenzene im PM10 collected in residential area of Krakow agglomeration, South Poland
17
  • Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and endocrine disrupting chemicals in ambient particles from southern Poland, and their potential health impact
18
  • Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) associated with PM10 collected in Wadowice, South Poland
19
  • Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) associated with PM10 from small city of Krakow agglomeration
20
  • Removal of pharmaceuticals residues and personal care products by advanced oxidation techniques
21
  • Seasonal variability of air pollution sources in Kraków during the period of 2018–2019, based on analyses of chemical and isotopic composition
22
  • Seasonal variations of chemical composition of PM2.5 fraction in the urban area of Krakow, Poland: PMF source attribution
23
  • Short term variability of elemental, molecular and isotopic composition of PM2.5 atmospheric pollutants during warm and cold season in the urban atmosphere of Krakow, southern Poland
24
  • Source apportionment of atmospheric carbonaceous aerosols collected in Krakow, based on concentrations of organic/elemental carbon (OC/EC) and carbohydrates
25
  • Summer-winter contrast in carbon isotope and elemental composition of total suspended particulate matter in the urban atmosphere of Krakow, Southern Poland