Investigation of A Potted Plant (Hedera helix) with Photo-Regulation to Remove Volatile Formaldehyde for Improving Indoor Air Quality

@inproceedings{Lin2017InvestigationOA,
  title={Investigation of A Potted Plant (Hedera helix) with Photo-Regulation to Remove Volatile Formaldehyde for Improving Indoor Air Quality},
  author={Ming-Wei Lin and Liang-Y{\"u} Chen and Y. M. Lisa Chuah},
  year={2017}
}
Formaldehyde is the most common volatile organic compound (VOC) emitted from household materials and is associated with many health risks, including sick building syndrome. A potted Hedera helix was used as an air purifier to remove the gaseous formaldehyde. Development of a test platform is necessary to evaluate the indoor performance of air cleaning protocols. The box modulation with a novel volatile pollutant-emitting source was applied in an air quality monitoring experiment to mimic a non… CONTINUE READING

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