- Ph.D. student at Department of Analytical Chemistry
- semi-volatile organic compounds
- polybrominated diphenyl ethers
- indoor environment quality
- exposure assessment
- analytical procedures development
- indoor dust
- indoor air quality
- endocrine disrupting compounds
- gas chromatography
- gc-ms technique
- sample preparation methods
- svocs migration in the environment
Indoor air quality has been the object of interest for scientists and specialists from the fields of science such as chemistry, medicine and ventilation system design. This results from a considerable number of potential factors, which may influence the quality of the broadly understood indoor air in a negative way. Poor quality of indoor air in various types of public utility buildings may significantly affect an increase in the...
Concentrations of monoaromatic hydrocarbons in the air of the underground car park and individual garages attached to residential buildings
The paper describes the characteristics of a two-level underground car park and three individual garages attached to residential buildings, differing by the resident utilization habits, located in North Poland (Tri-City agglomeration area). The strategy of collecting the analyte samples from air in mentioned enclosed areas, concerning the determination of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, o-xylene and p,m-xylenes (BTEX) concentrations...
According to literature data, some of the main factors which significantly affect the quality of the indoor environment in residential households or apartments are human activities such as cooking, smoking, cleaning, and indoor exercising. The paper presents a literature overview related to air quality in everyday use spaces dedicated to specific purposes which are integral parts of residential buildings, such as kitchens, basements,...
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