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Results of a forty house indoor air pollutant monitoring study.

Hawthorne A R, Gammage R B, Dudney C S, et al., 1983
air quality | carbon dioxide | carbon monoxide | formaldehyde | gas stove | nitrogen oxides | pollutant | pollution | organic compound | particulate
Bibliographic info: Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA:Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Health and Safety Research Division, 1983. CONF-830617-8. DE83 014138. 14pp, 7 figs, 4 tabs, 13 refs.
Languages: English

A study was conducted in 40 homes in the areas of Oak Ridge and West Knoxville, in the summer and winter months, to quantify concentrations of COx, NOx, particulates, formaldehyde, and radon, as well as selected volatile organic compounds. 

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