Indoor Air can be More Complex than Outdoor Air Systems

Outlet: AZO Cleantech

AZO Cleantech: Delphine Farmer, an atmospheric chemist at Colorado State University, had spent her whole career exploring the eccentricities of outdoor air—how atmospheric particles and gases move, change, and interact, and how human activities affect the air inhaled by individuals. But when Farmer went indoors, she was forced to reassess her observations.