Exposure to high concentration of formaldehyde: a case study

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ConferenceTrans. Indoor Air Quality in Cold Climates: Hazards and abatement measures: 29 April 1985, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Pages148154; # of pages: 7
Subjectformaldehyde; air quality; synthetic materials; mobile homes; residential indoor air quality; ventilation rates; health problems; mobile homes; industrial hygiene studies; particle board wall panelling; Air quality; formaldehyde; qualité de l'air; materiau synthétique; maison mobile
AbstractA series of health problems suffered by an elderly couple soon after they occupied a new 240-m3 mobile home and initial measurement of an indoor formaldehyde concentration of 0.7 ppm prompted an investigation of the formaldehyde sources.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number25995
NPARC number20375479
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