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Contribution from indoor sources to particle number and mass concentrations in residential houses
Abstract As part of a large study investigating indoor air in residential houses in Brisbane, Australia, the purpose of this work was to quantify emission characteristics of indoor particle sourcesExpand
A review of biomass burning: Emissions and impacts on air quality, health and climate in China.
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The aim of this work was to comprehensively review most of the studies published on this topic in China, including literature concerning field measurements, laboratory studies and the impacts of BB indoors and outdoors in China to provide a basis for formulation of policies and regulations by policy makers in China. Expand
Particle emission characteristics of office printers.
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The results from this study imply that submicrometer particle concentration levels in an office can be reduced by a proper choice of the printers. Expand
Characteristics of particle number and mass concentrations in residential houses in Brisbane, Australia
Abstract Diurnal variation of indoor submicrometer (0.007–0.808 μm) particle number and particle mass (approximation of PM2.5) concentrations was investigated in 15 houses in a residential suburb ofExpand
Impact of ventilation scenario on air exchange rates and on indoor particle number concentrations in an air-conditioned classroom
Abstract A 2-week intensive measurement campaign of indoor and outdoor air pollution was carried out in September 2006, in a primary school to investigate indoor–outdoor correlations of particleExpand
Particle deposition rates in residential houses
Abstract As part of a large study investigating indoor air in residential houses in Brisbane, Australia, the purpose of this work was to quantify the particle deposition rate of size classifiedExpand
The relationship between indoor and outdoor airborne particles in the residential environment
Abstract The relationship between indoor and outdoor airborne particles was investigated for 16 residential houses located in a suburban area of Brisbane, Australia. The submicrometer particleExpand
New particle formation and growth at a remote, sub-tropical coastal location
Abstract. A month-long intensive measurement campaign was conducted in March/April 2007 at Agnes Water, a remote coastal site just south of the Great Barrier Reef on the east coast of Australia.Expand
An investigation into the characteristics and formation mechanisms of particles originating from the operation of laser printers.
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Experimental evidence is presented that indicates that intense bursts of particles are associated with temperature fluctuations and it is suggested that the difference between high and low emitters lies in the speed and sophistication of the temperature control. Expand
A pilot investigation into associations between indoor airborne fungal and non-biological particle concentrations in residential houses in Brisbane, Australia.
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Examination of associations between the concentration levels of airborne particles and fungi measured in 14 residential suburban houses in Brisbane showed that the fungal spore concentrations were related directly to the distance from the source, in a very similar way in which the submicrometre particles originating from vehicle emissions from a road, were dependent on the distance to the road. Expand
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