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Physico-chemical characterisation of glass soiling in rural, urban and industrial environments

Authors: Lombardo, T.; Chabas, A.; Verney-Carron, A.; Cachier, H.; Triquet, S.; Darchy, S.;

Physico-chemical characterisation of glass soiling in rural, urban and industrial environments

Abstract

Glass materials are broadly used in the built environment (windows, facades, roofs, museum showcases, and solar panels) due to their optical (transparency) and thermal properties. Their interaction with the multiphase atmospheric medium results in a more or less pronounced transparency loss called soiling. This phenomenon leads to a loss of amenity of artefacts; consequently, high cleaning costs have to be supported by public and private entities. Complete understanding of the nature of surface deposit appears thus extremely important for addressing strategies to control it. The present research is based on the sheltered exposure, in different environments, of durable glass panels during 1 year. At these different locations, airborne pollutant concentrations have also been monitored. Three environments have been investigated: rural (R), urban (U) and industrial (I). Results show that the mass of the deposit and the optical impairment of the glass (haze) are too spread to allow discriminating between different environments. However, the analyses of soluble species and particulate organic matter allow identifying factors responsible for soiling and highlighted the reactivity of deposit to relative humidity which favours post-deposit evolution.

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France
Subjects by Vocabulary

Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Haze Water sorption Relative humidity Pollutant Particulate organic matter Environmental engineering Glass material Transparency (graphic) Environmental science

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Rural Population, Health, Toxicology and Mutagenesis, Environment, Industry, Environmental Chemistry, Cities, [SDU.ENVI]Sciences of the Universe [physics]/Continental interfaces, environment, [SDU.OCEAN]Sciences of the Universe [physics]/Ocean, Atmosphere, Air Pollutants, General Medicine, Pollution, Glass

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