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Absorption of airborne virus particles by biological air-washers. II. Virus emission, virus inactivation- and virus adsorption kinetics



Absorption of airborne virus particles by biological air-washers. II. Virus emission, virus inactivation- and virus adsorption kinetics



Tierarztliche Umschau 38(12): 882-884




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