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Atmospheric measurements in rooms containing new active ingredients: the example of Xyligen B



Atmospheric measurements in rooms containing new active ingredients: the example of Xyligen B



Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 44(11): 423-425



Atmospheric emissions were studied in 2 medium-sized offices containing Scots pine ceiling timbers newly treated with 'Xyligen B' Furmecyclox concn. was below the measurable limit of 0.1 micro g/msuperscript 3 168 h after start of measurements.

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