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Ozone transport to and removal in porous materials with applications for low-energy indoor air purification
In the U.S. and other developed countries, humans spend the vast majority of their time within the built environment. As a result, a substantial portion of our collective exposure to airborne pollutants, even those of ...
Clay-based materials for passive control of ozone and reaction byproducts in buildings
Tropospheric ozone that infiltrates buildings reacts readily with many indoor materials and compounds that are commonly detected in indoor air. These reactions lead to lower indoor ozone concentrations. However, the products ...