Behaviours of psychotropic substances in indoor and outdoor environments of Rome, Italy.

@article{Cecinato2014BehavioursOP,
  title={Behaviours of psychotropic substances in indoor and outdoor environments of Rome, Italy.},
  author={Angelo Cecinato and Catia Balducci and Paola Romagnoli and Mattia Perilli},
  journal={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  year={2014},
  volume={21 15},
  pages={9193-200}
}
The intensive campaign conducted in March 2013 in Rome, Italy, at one coffee bar, one primary school and two homes revealed that in indoor environments, drugs can reach concentration levels exceeding orders of magnitude those recorded outdoors, even when the same substances are not consumed there. At homes, the gross average of cocaine reached 0.13 ng/m3 indoors and 0.09 ng/m3 outdoors (ratio~1.6); Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol was 6.6 ng/m3 indoors and 1.1 ng/m3 outdoors (ratio~7); cannabidiol… CONTINUE READING

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