Secondary nanoparticle formation by a reaction of ozone and volatile organic compounds emitted from a commercial home cleaner liquid
- Secondary nanoparticle formation by a reaction of ozone and volatile organic compounds emitted from a commercial home cleaner liquid
- 타이프엉부; 김선화; 이승복; 배귀남
- home cleaner liquid; volatile organic compounds; ozone; secondary pollution; nanoparticle
- Issue Date
- Particle and aerosol research; 한국입자에어로졸학회지
- VOL 7, NO 1, 1-8
- In this study, the formation of nanoparticles by a reaction of ozone with the volatile organic compounds(VOCs)
emitted from a commercial home cleaner liquid was investigated using a 1‐㎥ reaction chamber(1×1×1 m). The home
cleaner liquid was found to contain many VOCs, particularly terpenes. Some of these VOCs are known to readily
react with ozone, forming indoor secondary pollutants. The correlation of particle concentration and reacted ozone
concentration was examined with injections of three different ozone concentrations; 50, 100 and 200 ppb. The
secondary nanoparticles were formed faster, with their numbers and mass concentrations becoming higher on
increasing the concentration of ozone injected.
- Appears in Collections:
- KIST Publication > Article
- Files in This Item:
There are no files associated with this item.
- RIS (EndNote)
- XLS (Excel)
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.