- Delphine Farmer is an atmospheric and indoor chemist.
- Her study tracked the life of gases in a home exposed to wildfire smoke.
- She found that the best way to get rid of the risk is among the simplest start cleaning.
- She worked with researchers from across the U.
- and Canada to explore this problem during the Chemical Assessment of Surfaces and Air or CASA study in the journal Science Advances.
- We created a chemically accurate proxy for wildfire smoke and released small doses into a test house built by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
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