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Long-Term Trend of Indoor Volatile Organic Compounds - a 15-Year Follow-Up Considering Real Living Conditions

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Herbarth, O. ; Matysik, Silke
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Indoor volatile organic compounds (VOCs) may be associated with adverse health effects. The aim of this study was to investigate whether the indoor VOCs exposure burden has undergone changes during a past 15-year period, exemplarily in a German city. The study was limited to homes with families. To avoid possible regional-specific confounder effects, this assessment was conducted for this urban ...


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