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Plenary session 5: Indoor chemistry
Wednesday, 23/June/2021:
9:00am - 10:00am

Session Chair: Corinne Mandin
Session Co-chair: Peter G. Schild
Location: Zoom room #1
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Keynote lecture: Nicola Carslaw, A grand day in? A guided tour through indoor air chemistry.

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A grand day in? A guided tour through indoor air chemistry.

Nicola Carslaw

University of York, United Kingdom

Indoor air chemistry is a relatively recent research field, with the first papers dating back to the 1980s. We have moved from simple sets of measurements and models used for early studies, to recent field campaigns that involved a suite of expensive instrumentation, coupled with sophisticated models. We have learnt an immense amount about indoor environments since those early pioneering days, but as recent measurements have shown us, we still have much to learn.

This paper aims to reflect on what we have learnt about indoor air chemistry since the early studies and where the key areas for research might be in the future. It will focus mainly on gas-phase chemistry, summarizing what drives the chemistry indoors, what species we might expect to find in a typical residence, how indoor air composition has changed over time, and how it might further evolve in the future as we improve vehicle technology and hence outdoor air quality.

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