Interfacial Chemistry in Indoor Environments
The objectives of this workshop were to identify research needs and rank gaps in the existing knowledgebase of indoor interfacial chemistry as it relates to human exposure to air pollutants. Based on presentations and discussions, the participants identified the most fruitful short-term research courses to follow, outlined medium and long-term research goals, instigated new collaborations and identified key existing resources and necessary improvements to the existing research infrastructure. the primary outcome is this Report and Research Priorities statement for the National Science Foundation and the California Air Resources Board. Other outcomes may include an editorial or regular journal article. with students making up nearly one quarter of the participants, an equally important outcome was to inspire the next generation of researchers and build a foundation for continued improvements in the quality of the built environment.
G. Morrison, "Interfacial Chemistry in Indoor Environments," Environmental Science and Technology, American Chemical Society (ACS), May 2008.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1021/es087114b
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Ozone Reactions; Ozone-Depleting Substances; Reactants
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