Several chemical and epidemiological investigations have been made during the last decade showing that correlations exist between ambient air concentrations of aerodispersed (particulate) pollutants and the health risk for the general population. Since then, changes in air particulate pollution definitions, measurements, analyses, and air quality standards have been proposed. In this review we review the “chemical standpoint” of the problem and its impact on the measurement strategy and on the air quality standard assessment.
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- Atmospheric Particulate Pollutants and Environmetal Health
K. R. Spurny
- Springer Netherlands
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