Indoor, outdoor, and personal acid aerosol monitoring was performed for 24 children living in Uniontown, PA, during summer 1990.
These measurements were used to investigate the magnitude of personal acid aerosol exposures and its relationship to indoor and outdoor concentrations.
Indoor, outdoor, and personal measurements were compared to outdoor measurements collected from a centrally located, stationary ambient monitoring site.
Personal exposures reached a maximum of 300 nmol-m-3 for both sulfate and aerosol strong acidity (12-h daytime measurements).
Mots-clés Pascal : Pollution intérieur, Exposition, Aérosol, Ammoniac, Contrôle, Modélisation, Sulfate, Teneur air ambiant, Variation spatiale, Variation diurne, Etude comparative, Local scolaire, Echantillonnage, Etats Unis, Amérique du Nord, Amérique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Indoor pollution, Exposure, Aerosols, Ammonia, Check, Modeling, Sulfates, Ambient air concentration, Spatial variation, Diurnal variation, Comparative study, School premises, Sampling, United States, North America, America
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