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Executive SummaryNational Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Exposure Assessment Branch staffer Ray Wells, PhD, will discuss indoor air environment chemistry during Research Institute for Fragrance Materials colloquium April 12. Wells will address "selected fragrance materials and the impact of of hydroxyl ions, nitrates, and ozone," RIFM notes, adding "the chemistry of indoor air is critical to understanding many of the issues involved with Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), an area of increasing concern." Seminar will take place at RIFM headquarters in Woodcliff Lake, N.J...
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