Comparing surface residue transfer efficiencies to hands using polar and nonpolar fluorescent tracers.

@article{Hubal2008ComparingSR,
  title={Comparing surface residue transfer efficiencies to hands using polar and nonpolar fluorescent tracers.},
  author={Elaine A Cohen Hubal and Marcia G. Nishioka and William A Ivancic and Michele Morara and Peter P. Egeghy},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2008},
  volume={42 3},
  pages={934-9}
}
Transfer of chemicals from contaminated surfaces such as foliage, floors, and furniture is a potentially significant source of both occupational exposure and children's residential exposure. Increased understanding of relevant factors influencing transfers from contaminated surfaces to skin and resulting dermal-loading will reduce uncertainty in exposure assessment. In a previously reported study, a fluorescence imaging system was developed, tested, and used to measure transfer of riboflavin… CONTINUE READING
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