particles

Real-Time Measurement of Outdoor Tobacco Smoke Particles

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Journal Article

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An article describing a number of surveys to outdoor smoking locations and a number of controlled experiments on a private patio where real-time levels of airborne particulate matter were measured in proximity to smokers or burning cigarettes and cigars

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Evaluating and Inter-Relating Real-Time Airborne Particle Monitoring Instruments

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Klepeis NE, Ott WR, Wallace LA, Repace JL, Switzer P (2006) "Evaluating and Inter-Relating Real-Time Airborne Particle Monitoring Instruments," Presented at the International Conference on Epidemiology and Exposure, ISEA/ISEE, Paris, September 2-6, 2006.

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This poster presentation contains a description of data measured in 15 co-location experiements using five types of real-time aerosol monitoring instruments. Conversion factors from the native units of the monitors to reference particle mass units were calculated and evaluated.

A Total Human Exposure Model (THEM)

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Klepeis NE, Ott WR, Tracy E (1994) "The Total Human Exposure Model (THEM)," http://ExposureScience.Org/THEM.

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Research software for simulating human exposure to air pollution. The current version estimates the exposure of people living in the San Francisco Bay Area to respirable suspended particles (RSP) from environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) and ambient sources.

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1.0

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Real-Time Monitoring of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Respirable Suspended Particles from Environmental Tobacco Smoke...

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Conference Proceedings

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Conference paper containing a description of experiments involving the smoking of a Marlboro cigarette and a Kentucky Research cigarette in a house -- conducted to provide a side-by-side comparison of a real-time PAH sensor (Ecochem PAS 1000i) and a real-time respirable suspended particle (RSP) monitor (TSI 8510 piezobalance).

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A Total Human Exposure Model (THEM) for Respirable Suspended Particles (RSP)

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Conference Proceedings

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Conference paper containing a description of a total human exposure model for particles and its application to the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Measurement and Modeling of Respirable Suspended Particles (RSP) and Carbon Monoxide (CO) in Two Airport Smoking Lounges

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Conference Proceedings

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Conference paper with an application of an indoor air quality model to environmental tobacco smoke pollutant concentrations measured in two airport smoking lounges located in the San Francisco Bay Area

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A Multiple-Smoker Model for Predicting Indoor Air Quality in Public Lounges

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Journal Article

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Journal article presenting the application of an indoor air quality model to environmental tobacco smoke pollutant concentrations measured in two airport smoking lounges located in the San Francisco Bay Area

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Characterizing ETS Emissions From Cigars: Chamber Measurements of Nicotine, Particle Mass, and Particle Size

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Conference Proceedings

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Conference paper presenting an estimation of nicotine and particle emission factors for cigars and cigarettes based on a series of chamber experiments.

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