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In developed countries, people spend more than 85% of their time in enclosed areas. Yet, air can carry pathogenic microorganisms such as Mycobacterium tuberculosis or Legionella pneumophila. In this context, the microbiologic quality of indoor air is an issue of common interest. Air treatment technologies for the microbial disinfection of indoor air exist already. However, in most cases, the proposed solutions require external energy inputs and some of them produce harmful compounds (nanoscaledoi:10.5281/zenodo.3686077 fatcat:cooxp5haujejxac4nu2n3fjgr4