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Organophosphate Triesters in Indoor Environments


Organophosphate Triesters in Indoor Environments

Thorvald Staaf et al. J Environ Monit.


In this study the occurrence of ten organophosphate triesters in indoor air at 29 different locations was investigated. They were detected at all locations and a total of ten compounds were identified. The predominant compounds were the chlorinated compounds tris(chloroisopropyl) phosphate and tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate with a concentration around 2 microg m(-3) in some indoor environments. A rough estimation gives at hand a daily inhalation of around 10 microg for each of these two compounds.

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