Speciation of volatile organic compounds from poultry production

@inproceedings{Trabue2010SpeciationOV,
  title={Speciation of volatile organic compounds from poultry production},
  author={Steven L. Trabue and Kenwood Scoggin and Hong Li and Robert T. Burns and Hongwei Xin and Jerry L. Hatfield},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted from poultry production are leading source of air quality problems. However, little is known about the speciation and levels of VOCs from poultry production. The objective of this study was the speciation of VOCs from a poultry facility using evacuated canisters and sorbent tubes. Samples were taken during active poultry production cycle and between production cycles. Levels of VOCs were highest in areas with birds and the compounds in those… CONTINUE READING

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