Flüchtige Schadstoffe in der Wohnumwelt

Die Luftzusammensetzung in Innenräumen unterscheidet sich wesentlich von Außenluftbelastungen in mikrobiologischer, physikalischer wie auch chemischer Hinsicht. In der Außenluft prägen Emissionen aus dem Kraftfahrzeugverkehr, Hausbrand, Energieerzeugung und industriellen oder gewerblichen Anlagen die Luftbelastung, die durch meteorologische Einflüsse oder UV-Licht maßgeblich beeinflusst wird. Innenräume weisen demgegenüber häufig eine sehr komplexe Mischung unterschiedlichster organischer Verbindungen auf. Dabei können Luftkonzentrationen auftreten, die um mehrere Größenordnungen über den üblichen Außenluftbelastungen liegen.

1 Einleitung
2 Formaldehyd
3 Flüchtige organische Verbindungen VOC
3.1 Vorkommen von VOC in Innenräumen
3.2 Bewertung von VOC in Innenräumen
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Copyright: © Bayerisches Landesamt für Umwelt
Quelle: Fachtagung Chemikalien in der Umwelt - Vorkommen, Belastungspfade, Regelungen (August 2009)
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Autor: Helmut Scholz

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