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Acid aerosol deposition in the developing human lung /
Acid Air and Aerobiology Related to the Maturing Human Lung.
Ambient Sulfate Aerosol Deposition in Man: Modeling the Influence of Hygroscopicity.
Coupled Mass and Energy Transport Phenomena during Breathing of High Volume Aqueous Aerosols.
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.
Deposition of Sulfate Acid Aerosols in the Developing Human Lung.
Deposition Patterns of Cigarette Smoke in Human Airways.
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.
Dosimetry Model for Hygroscopic Sulfate Aerosols in Selected Temperature and Relative Humidity Patterns.
Effect of Hygroscopic Growth upon the Regional Dispersion of Particulates in Human Airways.
Hygroscopic Aerosol Induced Vapor Scavenging and Deposition from the Inspired Air and Conjugated Changes of Air Temperature and Humidity.
Hygroscopic Growth: Its Effect on Aerosol Therapy and Inhalation Toxicology.
Influence of Hygroscopic Growth upon the Deposition of Bronchodilator Aerosols in Upper Human Airways.
Research and Development of an Airborne Hygroscopic Spray System.
Role of Particle Hygroscopicity in Aerosol Therapy and Inhalation Toxicology.
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