Instrument

CPC
Condensation Particle Counter

The condensation particle counter (CPC) measures sub-micron aerosol particle number concentration by condensing fluid onto particles and causing them to grow to sizes that are easily detectable by optical scattering. The condensing liquid is typically an alcohol (e.g., butanol) or water.

Instrument Details

Meter/Analyzer
AEROSOLS, ATMOSPHERE, AEROSOLS, ATMOSPHERE, AEROSOL PARTICLE PROPERTIES
Troposphere
1.0 lpm
10 nm
50 Hz
External Linkhttps://www.arm.gov/publications/tech_reports/handbooks/cpc_handbook.pdf
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External Link10.5067/GPMGV/GCPEX/MULTIPLE/DATA203