Indoor-outdoor air pollution relations : particulate matter less than 10mum in aerodynamic diameter (PM10) in homes of asthmatics.
International conference on indoor air quality and climate. Toronto ON (CAN), 1990/07/29.
Concentrations of particulate matter are typically measured at fixed-site sampling locations selected to provide representative measurements of pollutant levels in a given geographic area.
These fixed-site monitors, however, may not adequately measure exposure of humans to particles; and among the major air pollutants, particles less than 10 mum in aerodynamic diameter (PM10) have received relatively little attention in indoor-outdoor and personal exposure studies.
These particles reach the deepest airways and are also known to contain a number of compounds including sulfates, nitrates and carcinogens.
Mots-clés Pascal : Pollution intérieur, Exposition, Qualité air, Contrôle, Pollution air, Etude comparative, Echantillonneur, Appareil portatif, Particule en suspension, Particule fine, Teneur air ambiant, Analyse régression, Maison individuelle
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Indoor pollution, Exposure, Air quality, Check, Air pollution, Comparative study, Sampler, Portable equipment, Suspended particle, Fine particle, Ambient air concentration, Regression analysis, One family house
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