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Fine particulate matter in indoor cultural heritage: a literature review
Fine particulate matter is, on account of its aerodynamic properties and typical composition (especially diesel particulate matter and carbonaceous particles) the particulate pollutant potentially most harmful to cultural heritage, representing an aesthetic issue and an agent of chemical degradation simultaneously. This paper reviews the current knowledge of the life-cycle of fine particulates, focussing on diesel particulate matter from emission to deposition, including its aesthetic anddoi:10.1186/2050-7445-1-8 fatcat:l6i2wkqhznentju6xrl6vieqia