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Air Quality Data, Tools, and Resources
VIEWS is a website and database system designed to provide easy access to a wide variety of air quality data through an interactive suite of query, visualization, and analysis tools. Ground-based measurements from dozens of monitoring networks, air quality modeling results, emissions data, and NASA satellite data are available from the integrated database. VIEWS is designed to enable decision-makers to analyze diverse datasets side-by-side without having to contend with the details of data management and manipulation.    VIEWS Overview...   VIEWS 2.0 launch...
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Featured Substance
Sodium
Name:Sodium
FormulaHTML:Na
CASNum:7440-23-5
ACXNumber:X1000092-9
Density:0.9
FlashPoint:4
DOTNumber:NA 1421 Flammable solid; UN 1428 Flammable solid; UN 1424; UN 1429 Flammable solid
Comments:silvery, soft waxy metal; turns grayish white on exposure to air. DANGEROUS WHEN WET.
MolecularWeight:22.98977
MeltingPoint:97.8
BoilingPoint:892
VaporPressure:824
WaterSolubility:decomposes.
Featured Term
Small Fraction
Pertains to the revised IMPROVE algorithm. Measured sulfate, nitrate, and organic matter are assumed to be the combination of large and small size distributions, each with separate extinction efficiencies and f(RH) functions.
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