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Measuring levels, assessing determinants and variabilities of nanoparticle concentrations in residential environment, the NANOP project

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Abstract

Non engineered nanoparticles (NP), also called ultrafine particles (∅ < 100 nm), have numerous sources in the atmosphere as well as indoors (e.g. traffic, cooking...). To date studies on NP levels in ambient and indoor air are scarce. The NANOP project aims at assessing nanoparticle levels and their spatial and temporal variation in a domestic environment. The study is carried out in an experimental and fully controlled house.
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hal-00701715 , version 1 (25-05-2012)

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Xiaolin Ji, Corinne Mandin, Olivier Ramalho, Olivier Le Bihan, Laurent Martinon, et al.. Measuring levels, assessing determinants and variabilities of nanoparticle concentrations in residential environment, the NANOP project. Indoor Air 2008. The 11th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate., Aug 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark. pp.192. ⟨hal-00701715⟩
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