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Journal of Korean society for atmospheric environment = 한국대기환경학회지 v.23 no.E2, 2007년, pp.39 - 46  
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Assessment of Organic Compounds Emission from Consumer Products in an Environmental Chamber System

Jo, Wan-Kuen   (Department of Environmental Engineering, Kyungpook National UniversityUU0000096  ); Lee, Jong-Hyo   (Department of Environmental Engineering, Kyungpook National UniversityUU0000096  ); Lim, Ho-Jin   (Department of Environmental Engineering, Kyungpook National UniversityUU0000096  ); Kwon, Ki-Dong   (Department of Indoor Environment, National Institute of Environment Research  ); Jeong, Woo-Sik   (School of Food and Life Science, Inje UniversityUU0001067  );
  • 초록

    In order to present the scientific information of organic emissions from consumer products available, the current study examined the emissions composition for three different types of consumer products being used in Korea in an environmental chamber: air freshener (AF), mosquito repellents (MSQR), and moth repellents (MTHR). Emission rates were evaluated by determining emission rates of the target compound from the selected products using an electropolished stainless steel (SS) test chamber $(40{\times}25{\times}50cm^3)$ . A time-dependent empirical relationship developed in this study agreed well with the test results. As same with the emission concentrations, MSQR exhibited the highest emission rate for all target compounds except for limonene and naphthalene. MTHR ( $9,200\;{\mu}g\;h^{-1}$ ) showed the highest emission rate of naphthalene followed by MSQR ( $8,300\;{\mu}g\;h^{-1}$ ). Moreover, the concentrations in residential bedroom conditions for target compounds emitted from three types of consumer products were estimated. This estimation suggests that the uses of consumer products can elevate indoor levels of target compounds. In particular, any types of the consumer products may increase the indoor level of m, p-xylene.

  • 주제어

    Air freshener .   Mosquito repellent .   Moth repellent .   Empirical relationship .   Emission rate.  

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