Unwelcome Guest: PBDEs in Indoor Dust

@inproceedings{Betts2008UnwelcomeGP,
  title={Unwelcome Guest: PBDEs in Indoor Dust},
  author={Kellyn S. Betts},
  booktitle={Environmental health perspectives},
  year={2008}
}
Although house dust is known to be a predominant source of exposure to PBDEs, it's not yet clear which part of the dust these chemicals bind to. The dust pictured above contains pet hair (rust brown), pollen (yellow), plant fibers (green), dead skin cells (light to medium brown), dirt and minerals (orange), textile fibers (blue), and spider silk (pink).