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A pilot study to obtain 24-hour air pollution exposure profiles

Mitchell R I., 1984
air infiltration | air quality | carbon monoxide | formaldehyde | industrial building | nitrogen oxides | radon | residential building | pollutant | pollution | sulphur dioxide | organic compound | ozone | particulate
Bibliographic info: Indoor Air, vol.4, Chemical Characterization and Personal Exposure, Edited by B.Berglund, T.Lindvall, J.Sundell. Swedish Council for Building Research, Stockholm, 1984.
Languages: English

A pilot study was conducted using workers from a semiconductor plant. Describes the methods used to acquire and evaluate air pollution exposure data for significant environments (including workplace, in-transit, and residence) to which workers are exposed throughout a typical 24-hour day. Summer andwinter measurements were made on products of combustion, radon, respirable particulates, and a variety of organic compounds including methylene chloride.

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