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Oxidative potential and chemical composition of PM2.5 in office building across Europe - The Officair study

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Author: Szigeti, T. · Dunster, C. · Cattaneo, A. · Cavallo, D. · Spinazze, A. · Saraga, D.E. · Sakellaris, I.A. · Kluizenaar, Y de · Cornelissen, E.J.M. · Hanninen, O. · Peltonen, M. · Calzolai, G. · Lucarelli, F. · Mandin, C. · Bartzis, J.G. · Zaray, G. · Kelly, F.J.
Type:article
Date:2016
Source:Environmental International, 92-93, 324-333
Identifier: 535428
Keywords: Environment · Environmental health · Indoor air quality · Occupational exposure · Office building · Oxidative potential · PM2.5 · Buildings and Infrastructures · 2015 Urbanisation · Urban Mobility & Environment · SUMS - Sustainable Urban Mobility and Safety · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences

Abstract

In the frame of the OFFICAIR project, indoor and outdoor PM2.5 samples were collected in office buildings across