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Indoor air quality in chemical laboratories
Chemical laboratories are special microenvironments, in which many pollutants may be found because of the large range and number of chemicals that can be used, while concentrations of some specific ones may relatively be ...
Application of artificial neural networks to predict prevalence of building-related symptoms in office buildings
Artificial neural networks (ANN) were constructed to predict prevalence of building-related symptoms (BRS) of office building occupants. Six indoor air pollutants and four indoor comfort variables were used as input variables ...
Exposure to particulate matter in a mosque
Indoor air quality in mosques during prayers may be of concern for sensitive/susceptible sub-groups of the population. However, no indoor air pollutant levels of potentially toxic agents in mosques have been reported in ...
Indoor air quality in a restaurant kitchen using margarine for deep-frying
Indoor air quality has a great impact on human health. Cooking, in particular frying, is one of the most important sources of indoor air pollution. Indoor air CO, CO2, particulate matter (PM), and volatile organic compound ...
Indoor environmental quality in chemistry and chemical engineering laboratories at Izmir Institute of Technology
(Turkish National Committee for Air Pollution Research, 2015-01)
Indoor air pollution in university research laboratories may be important to building occupants, especially for those who work in the laboratories. In this study, indoor air quality (IAQ) and indoor environmental comfort ...