Use of Passive Dosimeters for Evaluation of the Quality of Indoor and Outdoor Air
Indoor and Built Environment
This review summarises literature concerned with the application of passive dosimeters used for the estimation of the extent of pollution of outdoor and indoor air by organic compounds. The effect of parameters such as temperature, relative humidity, air movement, and fluctuation in the concentration of the analytes during pre-concentration in two fundamental types of dosimeters (diffusion and permeation devices) is discussed. Examples of the use of commercially available dosimeters for air sampling combined with the simultaneous enrichment of the analytes prior to their final determination by various analytical techniques are given.
© 1995 SAGE Publications
Kozdroń-Zabiegała, Bozena; Namieśnik, Jacek; and Przyjazny, Andrzej, "Use of Passive Dosimeters for Evaluation of the Quality of Indoor and Outdoor Air" (1995). Chemistry & Biochemistry Publications. 19.