2 edition of Considerations in Evaluating Emissions from Consumer Products found in the catalog.
Considerations in Evaluating Emissions from Consumer Products
John R. Girman
by Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Written in English
Submitted to Atmospheric Environment.
|Statement||Girman, J. R.|
|Contributions||Hodgson, A.T., Wind, M.L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. $0.00 C.1.|
|Number of Pages||18|
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In this paper, considerations necessary for evaluating emissions from consumer products in lab- oratory studies are presented. Although a broad definition of consumer products could include many combustion appliances and some building materials, a narrower definition as used in the National Academy of Sciences by: While several indoor air quality studies suggest consumer products (e.g.
aerosol sprays, paint removers, etc.) can be significant sources of volatile organic compounds, until recently characterizing emissions from consumer products has received relatively little attention. Many considerations that must be addressed in designing studies of consumer product emissions are similar to those Cited by: Author(s): Girman, J.R.; Hodgson, A.T.; Wind, M.L.
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