Focuses on common indoor environments and environments associated with chronic exposure
Examines measurement methods and competing sources of indoor air contaminants commonly attributed to ETS
Discusses chemical composition of environmental tobacco smoke
Covers the trend toward determining sidestream smoke constituent levels in chambers including more realistic dilution levels
Written by experts in the field, The Chemistry of Environmental Tobacco Smoke: Composition and Measurement, Second Edition compiles data on the properties of Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) and on concentrations of its constituents in indoor air. The authors focus on common natural indoor environments and environments associated with chronic exposure. They stress measurement methods and competing sources of indoor air contaminants commonly attributed to ETS.
Table of Contents
Introduction Background Indoor Air Contaminants Mainstream and Sidestream Cigarette Smoke Properties and Measures of Environmental Tobacco Smoke General Sampling and Analysis Considerations Field Studies - Particulate Matter Field Studies - Nicotine Field Studies - Carbon Monoxide Field Studies - Oxides of Nitrogen Field Studies - Formaldehyde Field Studies - Volatile Organic Compounds Field Studies - Trace Constituents Appendices.