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Evaluation of a real time aerosol monitor ram s for inhalation studies


, : Evaluation of a real time aerosol monitor ram s for inhalation studies. Fundamental and Applied Toxicology 10(2): 321-328

Measurement of the aerosol concentration in inhalation toxicology studies is generally done by gravimetric and/or chemical analysis of filter samples taken over a known period of time at a fixed sampling flow rate. The value obtained represents the time-averaged concentration in an exposure chamber.

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