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Totally metabolic?

Liddament M W, 1997
carbon dioxide | ventilation rate
Bibliographic info: UK, Building Services Journal, May 1997, pp 31-32
Languages: English

In principle, the results of carbon dioxide monitoring can be used to evaluate building ventilation rates and provide an indication of perceived indoor air quality. Here we review current knowledge about the use of metabolically-produced co2 in indoor air quality evaluation and control.


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