Ozone is a gas composed of unstable molecules with a pungent odor and is highly reactive.
It is produced in the atmosphere by the reaction between nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds and sunlight. In general, the amount coming from outside represents the majority of the ozone present in a confined environment. However, in homes there can be significant emissions from high voltage electrical instruments, such as electric motors, laser printers and fax machines, from appliances that produce ultraviolet rays,or incorrectly installed and inadequately maintained air filters.
The main sources of particulate matter in indoor environments are outdoor air, any combustion systems and tobacco smoke. Other secondary sources are sprays and fumes from cooked foods. The presence of dust and fibers in indoor air is also linked to the degree of wear of the products such as flooring, upholstery, plaster, paint or the possibility that fibrous materials (such as some types of insulation) come into contact with the indoor air.
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