"Interfacial chemistry greatly influences human exposure to reactants and products in indoor environments. Emissions of volatile organic compounds, as a result of ozone-surface interactions, can lower an occupant's exposure to ozone, but increase indoor concentrations of odorous and carcinogenic compounds. Therefore, investigation of ozone-surface interactions are necessary for better understanding and controlling exposure to ozone and the products of indoor surface chemistry. In this dissertation, field experiments were conducted in five homes in three seasons to quantify ozone-initiated secondary emission rates (SERs), yields surface reaction probabilities and study their temporal trends"--Abstract, page iv.
Burken, Joel G. (Joel Gerard)
Chusuei, Charles C.
Adams, C. D. (Craig D.)
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
Ph. D. in Civil Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Ozone-initiated secondary emission rates of aldehydes from indoor surfaces in four homes
- Ozone-surface reactions in 5 homes: surface reaction probabilities, product yields and trends
xi, 145 pages
© 2007 Hong Wang, All rights reserved.
Dissertation - Open Access
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Indoor air pollution -- Measurement
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Link to Catalog Recordhttp://laurel.lso.missouri.edu/record=b6398193~S5
Wang, Hong, "Field and laboratory investigation of ozone-indoor surface reactions: secondary emissions inventory and implications for indoor air quality" (2007). Doctoral Dissertations. 2174.