Title: Everyday Exposure to Toxic Pollutants
Date of publication: 1998
URL: www.sciam.com
Authors: Wayne R. Ott, John W. Roberts
Bibliographic info: Scientific American, February 1998, pp. 86-91. Reprints available from reprints@sciam.com.
Publisher: Scientific American Inc.
Abstract: Environmental regulations have improved the quality of outdoor air. But problems that persist indoors have received too little attention.
Additional Notes: On Page 88 the authors compare indoor exposures to outdoor exposures and conclude that people come into contact with volatile organic compounds and pesticides more indoors than out.
Keywords: regulations, volatile organic compounds, carbon monoxide, particles, tobacco smoke, dry cleaning, chlordane
Record Last Revised: Record #9, revised 1/15/2001

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