||Apportionment of Residential Indoor Aerosol, VOC, and Aldehyde Species to Indoor and Outdoor Sources, and Their Source Strengths.
Lewis, C. W. ;
Zweidinger, R. B. ;
||Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Lab.
Indoor air pollution ;
Pollution sources ;
Air pollution sampling ;
Volatile organic compounds ;
Residential buildings ;
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The average concentrations of forty-five fine particle aerosol, VOC and aldehyde species measured in ten Boise ID residences in wintertime have been apportioned according to their contributions from all inside sources and all outside sources. The method depends on the availability of average concentrations measured outside of each residence during the same sampling periods used for the inside measurements, and on the ability to identify one or more species that have negligible indoor sources. The apportionment results have also been expressed in terms of average indoor source strengths for all the species.