AffiliationTechnical University of Denmark; University of York; Århus University; Kaunas University of Technology; European University of Applied Sciences; University of Chester; National Centre for Scientific Research "Demokritos"; University of Lille; Lund University; Institute of Environmental Research, Barcelona
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AbstractThis is an editorial contribution to the Journal Indoor Air on the future direction of indoor air chemistry research.
CitationBekö, G. et al. (2020-forthcoming). The past, present and future of indoor air chemistry, Indoor Air, 10.1111/ina.12634.
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