Indoor Nitrogen Oxides

@inproceedings{Vilekov2011IndoorNO,
  title={Indoor Nitrogen Oxides},
  author={Silvia Vil{\vc}ekov{\'a}},
  year={2011}
}
Nitrogen monoxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) are gases produced by hightemperature combustion through reactions between nitrogen and oxygen. Both nitrogen in fuel and nitrogen in the air can participate in the reactions. Formation of NO can be followed by further oxidation into NO2 in the atmosphere. NO2 is the most toxic of the nitrogen oxides (grouped generically as NOx) and it is very important from the health point of view. Emissions of nitrogen oxides have generally increased, a fact… CONTINUE READING

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