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Air and Health - Page 129
by Ronald Campbell Macfie - 1909 - 345 pages
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The North-western Monthly: A Magazine Devoted to University ..., Volume 8

Education - 1897
...obtained in this research indicate that in air expired by healthy mice, sparrows, rabbits, guinea pigs, or men there is no peculiar organic matter which is...account in providing for the ventilation of such rooms. Pa-st theories doubtful. The results of this invesitgation, taken in connection with the results of...
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Science

Science - 1895
...Academy of Sciences, April 16, 1895, by permission of the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. matter contained in the air expired from human lungs...any deleterious influence upon men who inhale it in crowded rooms, and hence it is probably unnecessary to take this factor into account in providing for...
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The Medical Times and Register

Frank Woodbury, Frank Sears Parsons, Horatio C. Wood - Medical - 1895
...to produce in these animals any special form of disease. The injurious effects observed of such air appeared to be due entirely to the diminution of oxygen...any deleterious influence upon men who inhale it in crowded rooms, and hence it is probably unnecessary to take this factor into account in providing for...
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Medical Review, Volume 32

Medicine - 1895
...to produce in these animals any special form of disease. The injurious effects observed of such air appeared to be due entirely to the diminution of oxygen...any deleterious influence upon men who inhale it in crowded rooms, aud hence it is probably unnecessary to take that factor into account in providing for...
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Appletons' Popular Science Monthly, Volume 48

William Jay Youmans - Science - 1896
...diminution of oxygen or the increase of carbonic acid, or to a combination of these two factors. It is very improbable that the minute quantity of organic...influence upon men who inhale it in ordinary rooms. In ordinary quiet respiration no bacteria are contained in the expired air. In the act of coughing...
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Science

Science - 1895
...189.), by permission of the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. SCIENCE. [NS VOL. I. No. 18. matter contained in the air expired from human lungs...any deleterious influence upon men who inhale it in crowded rooms, and hence it is probably unnecessary to take this factor into account in providing for...
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New York Medical Times, Volume 24

Medicine - 1896
...be due entirely to the diminution of oxygen or the increase of carbonic acid, or to a combination o( these two factors. They also make it very improbable...any deleterious influence upon men who inhale it in crowded rooms, and hence it is probably unnecessary to take this factor into account in providing for...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1896
...improbable that the minute quantity of organic matter contained in the air expired from human luugs has any deleterious influence upon men who inhale...account in providing for the ventilation of such rooms. 2. In ordinary, quiet respiration, no bacteria, epithelial scales, or particles of dead tissue are...
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The Medical News, Volume 68

Medicine - 1896
...the increase of carbonic acid, or to a combination of these two factors. It would appear also quite improbable that the minute quantity of organic matter...account in providing for the ventilation of such rooms. The experiments showed, secondly, that in ordinary quiet respiration no bacteria, epithelial scales,...
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Ventilation of Buildings

William Gage Snow, Thomas Nolan - Ventilation - 1906 - 83 pages
...long periods in an atmosphere containing a large proportion of C03. * " It is very improbable that a minute quantity of organic matter contained in the...human lungs has any deleterious influence upon men whoinhale it in ordinary rooms. In ordinary quiet respiration no bacteria are contained in the expired...
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