Determination of formaldehyde emission with field and laboratory emission cell (FLEC)--recovery and correlation to the chamber method.

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The formaldehyde emission from wood-based building materials is usually determined in large chambers at a defined temperature, humidity and ventilation rate. In this article, a simpler method, the Field and Laboratory Emission Cell (FLEC), is described for determination of the formaldehyde emission and it is compared with the traditional chamber method. The… (More)

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@article{RisholmSundman1999DeterminationOF, title={Determination of formaldehyde emission with field and laboratory emission cell (FLEC)--recovery and correlation to the chamber method.}, author={M. Risholm-Sundman}, journal={Indoor air}, year={1999}, volume={9 4}, pages={268-72} }