Amount of Di-n-butylphthalate in indoor air
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This variable describes the measured amounts of Di-n-butylphthalate (DBP) in indoor air in various European countries and produces a distribution to be used for exposure assessment.
|Including both vapour phase concentration and the amount adsorbed to particles, (estimation) ||Denmark||0.36 μg/m3|
|Including both vapour phase concentration and the amount adsorbed to particles ||Denmark||School||1 μg/m3|
|Including both vapour phase concentration and the amount adsorbed to particles ||Denmark||Kindergarten||1.18 μg/m3|
|Including both vapour phase concentration and the amount adsorbed to particles ||Denmark||4 Offices||0.82 μg/m3 average||0.57-1.08 μg/m3 range|
|Indoor air ||Germany (Berlin||Apartments||1.218 (μg/m3) mean||2.453 (μg/m3) 95th percentile|
|Indoor air ||Germany (Berlin)||Kindergarten||2.395 (μg/m3) mean||7.376 (μg/m3) 95th percentile|
Home: LogNormal, mean = 1.22, SD = 0.7
Office: LogNormal, mean = 0.82, SD = 0.15
Links to relevant information that does not belong to Definition.
- Anne Kirstine Müller, Elsa Nielsen, Ole Ladefoged. Human exposure to selected phthalates in Denmark. Institute of Food Safety and Nutrition. http://gl.foedevarestyrelsen.dk/FDir/Publications/2003015/Rapport.pdf
- Clausen, P. O., Wolkoff, P. and Svensmark, B. (1999). Preliminary study of semivolatile organic compounds in some Danish indoor environments. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate. Edinburgh, Scotland.
- Fromme H, Lahrz T, Piloty M, Gebhart H, Oddoy A, Ruden H. (2004). Occurrence of phthalates and musk fragrances in indoor air and dust from apartments and kindergartens in Berlin (Germany). Indoor Air 14, 188-195.