Data from: Efficacy of masks and face coverings in controlling aerosol particle emission from expiratory activities

Sima Asadi, William Ristenpart, Santiago Barreda, Anthony Wexler, Nicole Bouvier & Christopher Cappa
The dataset provided here is associated with the work "Efficacy of masks and face coverings in controlling aerosol particle emission from expiratory activities," by Asadi et al. This includes measurements made of the influence of different types of face coverings (surgical masks, both vented and unvented N95 respirators, and homemade fabric and paper towel masks) on the emission of micron-scale aerosols from various expiratory activities (coughing, breathing, speaking).
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