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Kamila Rawojć, Dorota M. Tarnawska, Justyna U. Miszczyk, Jan Swakoń, Liliana Stolarczyk and Marzena Rydygier

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Sylwester Sommer, Iwona Buraczewska, Katarzyna Sikorska, Teresa Bartłomiejczyk, Irena Szumiel and Marcin Kruszewski

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Lucyna Samek, Zdzislaw Stegowski and Leszek Furman

/Absolute Principal Component scores and UNMIX. Sci. Total Environ ., 372 , 278–286. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2006.08.041. 4. Samek, L. (2012). Source apportionment of PM10 fraction of particulate matter collected in Krakow, Poland. Nukleonika , 57 (4), 601–606. 5. Samek, L., Gdowik, A., Ogarek, J., & Furman, L. (2016). Elemental composition and rough source apportionment of fine particulate matter in Krakow, Poland. Environ. Prot. Eng. (in press). 6. Almeida, S. M., Pio, C. A., Freitas, M. C., Reis, M. A., & Trancoso, M. A. (2006). Approaching PM2.5 and PM2