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Acid aerosol deposition in the developing human lung /
Aerodynamic Classification of Fibers with Aerosol Centrifuges.
Aerodynamic Size Measurement of Airborne Fibers and Health Effects Implications.
Aerosol Characterization with Centrifugal Aerosol Spectrometers: Theory and Experiment.
Aerosol Therapy Implications of Particle Deposition Patterns in Simulated Human Airways.
Age-Dependent Lung Dosimetry of Radon Progeny.
Ambient Sulfate Aerosol Deposition in Man: Modeling the Influence of Hygroscopicity.
Behavior of Hygroscopic Pharmaceutical Aerosols and the Influence of Hydrophobic Additives.
Bronchial Deposition of Inhaled Particles: Dosimetry Implications for Radon Progeny.
Carcinogenic Risk of Non-Uniform Alpha Particle Irradiation in the Lungs: Radon Progeny Effects at Bronchial Bifurcations.
Cigarette Smoke and Lung Cancer.
Comments on Recent Data for Particle Deposition in Human Nasal Passages.
Coupled Mass and Energy Transport Phenomena in Aerosol/Vapor-Laden Gases-1. Theory of the Hygroscopic Aerosol Effects on Temperature and Relative Humidity Patterns of Inspired Air.
Definition of Airway Composition Within Gamma Camera Images.
Deposition of Inhaled Particulate Matter in the Upper Respiratory Tract, Larynx, and Bronchial Airways: A Mathematical Description.
Deposition of Sulfate Acid Aerosols in the Developing Human Lung.
Deposition Patterns of Aerosolized Drugs within Human Lungs: Effects of Ventilatory Parameters.
Deposition Patterns of Cigarette Smoke in Human Airways.
Deposition Patterns of Polydisperse Aerosols within Human Lungs.
Deposition Patterns of Ragweed Pollen in the Human Respiratory Tract.
Design and Development of a MicroThermocouple Sensor for Determining Temperature and Relative Humidity Patterns within an Airstream.
Determination of Nonequilibrium Aerodynamic Parameters of Hygroscopic Particles.
Development of Surrogate Lung Systems with Controlled Thermodynamic Environments to Study Hygroscopic Particles: Air Pollutants and Pharmacologic Drugs.
Disposition of Mulberry Pollen in the Human Respiratory System: A Mathematical Model.
Dosimetry Model for Hygroscopic Sulfate Aerosols in Selected Temperature and Relative Humidity Patterns.
Dosimetry of Localized Accumulations of Cigarette Smoke and Radon Progeny at Bifurcations.
Effect of Hygroscopic Growth upon the Regional Dispersion of Particulates in Human Airways.
Effects of Carinal Ridge Shapes on Lung Airstreams.
Extrapolation Modeling of Aerosol Deposition in Human and Laboratory Rat Lungs.
Factors to Be Considered in a Dosimetry Model for Risk Assessment of Inhaled Particles.
Fiber Deposition Along Airway Walls: Effects of Fiber Cross-Section on Rotational Interception.
Human Subject Age and Activity Level: Factors Addressed in a Biomathematical Deposition Program for Extrapolation Modeling.
Hygroscopic Growth: Its Effect on Aerosol Therapy and Inhalation Toxicology.
Inertial Impaction and Gravitational Deposition of Aerosols in Curved Tubes and Airway Bifurcations.
Influence of Breathing Mode and Activity Level on the Regional Deposition of Inhaled Particles and Implications for Regulatory Standards (March 1986).
Influence of Breathing Mode and Activity Level on the Regional Deposition of Inhaled Particles and Implications for Regulatory Standards.
Influence of Hygroscopic Growth upon the Deposition of Bronchodilator Aerosols in Upper Human Airways.
Interspecies Modeling of Inhaled Particle Deposition Patterns.
Mathematical Model for Aerosol Deposition in the Respiratory Tract of the Guinea Pig.
Measurement of aerodynamic size nd related risk assessment of airborne fibers /
Physical Factors Affecting Lung Deposition of Cigarette Smoke (with Syncarcinogenic Radon Progeny Effects), and Mineral Fiber Particulate Matter.
Predicted Deposition of Nonhygroscopic Aerosols in the Human Lung as a Function of Subject Age.
Role of Particle Hygroscopicity in Aerosol Therapy and Inhalation Toxicology.
Simulation of Heat and Mass Transfer Processes in a Surrogate Bronchial System Developed for Hygroscopic Aerosol Studies.
Structural Differences between Human and Rat Lung: Implications for Monte Carlo Modeling of Aerosol Deposition. Biological Factors in Modeling: Respiratory Tract.
Surrogate Experimental Models for Studying Particle Deposition in the Human Respiratory Tract.
Use of Analytically Defined Estimates of Aerosol Respirable Fraction to Predict Lung Deposition Patterns.
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