individual influence by nanotechnology on the indoor environment

Florian Nöske, Andreas Holm, Runa Hellwig & Florian Nöske
Meanwhile many material surfaceses are developed using nanotechnology. Each workplace is surrounded by such materials: lacquer, plaster, wallpaper, bricking, concrete, derived timber products, plasterboards, foils, insulated glass, plastics, insulations and textiles. Falling back on the characteristics of nanotechnology indoor hygiene, climate and acoustics could be influenced. For example self-cleaning surfaces may prevent lay down of harmful particles, VOCs could be filtered, thermal comfort might be improved, humidity could be buffered and noise levels could be...
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