Dermal uptake of nicotine from air and clothing: Experimental verification.

Gabriel Bekö, Glenn Morrison, Charles J. Weschler, Holger Koch, Claudia Pälmke, Tunga Salthammer, Tobias Schripp, Jørn Toftum, Geo Clausen

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Abstract

Studies suggest that dermal uptake of certain semivolatile organic compounds (SVOC) directly from air can be a significant exposure pathway. This has been experimentally confirmed for two phthalates (Weschler et al., 2015). Morrison et al. (2016) showed that clean clothing can impede, while clothing that has previously absorbed/adsorbed indoor air pollutants can increase dermal uptake. A recent experiment demonstrated that dermal uptake of airborne nicotine directly from air or from clothing can occur (Bekö et al., 2017). The current study aims to expand our knowledge on the dermal uptake of nicotine, by conducting more extensive experiments.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of Healthy Buildings 2017
Number of pages2
Publication date2017
Article number0032
ISBN (Print)978-83-7947-232-1
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventHealthy Buildings Europe 2017 - Lublin, Poland
Duration: 2 Jul 20175 Jul 2017

Conference

ConferenceHealthy Buildings Europe 2017
CountryPoland
CityLublin
Period02/07/201705/07/2017

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Bekö, G., Morrison, G., Weschler, C. J., Koch, H., Pälmke, C., Salthammer, T., Schripp, T., Toftum, J., & Clausen, G. (2017). Dermal uptake of nicotine from air and clothing: Experimental verification. In Proceedings of Healthy Buildings 2017 [0032]