Fine particles and CO from wood burning in 17-19th century

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Fine particles and CO from wood burning in 17-19th century

Postby Wilberforce » Sat Sep 10, 2016 5:32 pm

Fine particles and carbon monoxide from wood burning in 17th–19th century Danish kitchens: Measurements at two reconstructed farm houses at the Lejre Historical–Archaeological Experimental Center

Morten Ryhl-Svendsen a,b,*, Geo Clausen c, Zohir Chowdhury d,1, Kirk R. Smith d
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