Record Display for the EPA National Library CatalogRECORD NUMBER: 5 OF 19
|Main Title||Effects of Large (0.9 micrometer) Sulfuric Acid Aerosols on Human Pulmonary Function.|
|Author||Horvath, S. M. ; Folinsbee, L. J. ; Bedi, J. F. ;|
|CORP Author||California Univ., Santa Barbara. Inst. of Environmental Stress.;Health Effects Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.|
|Report Number||EPA-R-804853; EPA-600/J-82-256;|
|Additional Subjects||Sulfuric acid ; Toxicology ; Respiratory system ; Humans ; Concentration(Composition) ; Aerosols ; Reprints ; Air pollution effects(Humans)|
The effects of sulfuric acid particle concentration (mass/volume) and ambient temperatures on pulmonary function of young male nonsmokers were examined. Subjects (n=11) thrice repeated a sequence of 20-min exercise (ventilation approximately 30 liters/min) and 20-min sitting rest. Pre-and postexposure pulmonary function tests (forced vital capacity maneuvers, lung volumes, maximum voluntary ventilation, Raw, TGV, and helium-oxygen FVC) were measured.