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Long-term indoor VOC concentrations assessment a trend analysis of distribution, disposition, and personal exposure in cohort study samples

Wissenbach, D. K. ; Winkler, B. ; Otto, W. ; Kohajda, T. ; Roeder, S. ; Müller, A. ; Hoeke, H. ; Matysik, S. ; Schlink, U. ; Borte, M. ; Herbarth, O. ; Lehmann, I. ; von-Bergen, M.


Inhalation is one of the entry ports for different chemicals into the human body. In order to investigate this application route and its negative health effect to humans, the presence of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in indoor air is monitored since many years. To assess global trends and changes of the distribution and disposition of VOCs and the corresponding personal exposure, this study ...


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