Formaldehyde in the ambient atmosphere: from an indoor pollutant to an outdoor pollutant?


Formaldehyde has been discussed as a typical indoor pollutant for decades. Legal requirements and ever-lower limits for formaldehyde in indoor air have led to a continual reduction in the amount of formaldehyde released from furniture, building materials, and household products over many years. Slowly, and without much attention from research on indoor air… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/anie.201205984

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