Exposure to emissions from gasoline within automobile cabins.

@article{Weisel1992ExposureTE,
  title={Exposure to emissions from gasoline within automobile cabins.},
  author={Clifford P Weisel and Nicholas J Lawryk and Paul J. Lioy},
  journal={Journal of exposure analysis and environmental epidemiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={2 1},
  pages={79-96}
}
Gasoline is emitted from automobiles as uncombusted fuel and via evaporation. Volatile organic compounds (VOC) from gasoline are at higher levels in roadway air than in the surrounding ambient atmosphere and penetrate into automobile cabins, thereby exposing commuters to higher levels than they would experience in other microenvironments. Measurements of VOC concentrations and carbon monoxide were made within automobiles during idling, while driving on a suburban route in New Jersey, and on a… CONTINUE READING

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