Based on recent good results in production with modules of 80 Wp and higher we decided to increase the capacity of our the low-cost atmospheric deposition process.
What does AD stand for?
AD stands for Atmospheric Deposition
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ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY POLLUTION AS A CASE STUDY ILLUSTRATING THE SCIENCE OF ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION AND THE EXISTING REGULATORY SCHEME III.
Forest soils in many areas of the world are becoming increasingly acidified, in part because of atmospheric deposition of strong acids produced by the burning of fossil fuels.
While one theory suggested diffusion of water vapor into porous regolith, the other indicated atmospheric deposition of ice, snow, and dust during recent ice ages.
 Atmospheric deposition is considered to be a major source of toxic metals such as Hg, Cd, Pb and several others in the ecosystem.
Scientists from geology, chemistry, biology, remote sensing, and geographical information systems set out to determine the relative importance of atmospheric deposition and geological sources of mercury concentrations in aquatic and terrestrial systems; the relevant geochemical, biological, and photochemical processes; and the biogeochemical factors that control the bioavailability of mercury.
This paper aims at presenting the first attempt of using spherical fly ash particles for determining quantitatively the atmospheric deposition of particulates from Narva Power Plants.