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As most people in the industrialized world spend 80 % of their time inside of buildings, the indoor environment has gained more and more attention in recent years. However, not only human beings, but also our cultural heritage may be affected by poor indoor air quality.This informative new book is unique through its focus on the chemical and analytical aspects of organic indoor air pollutants providing a comprehensive review of topics such as occurrence, sampling, measurement, exposure assessment or methods of control. It includes more than a thousand references to the relevant literature and features twelve new chapters covering topical subjects such as human responses to organic pollutants, pollutants in the museum environment, or emissions from electronic devices and office equipment.
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