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Shark
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  • 3 weeks ago

I wonder if a living room has more aerosoles than a classroom between Monday through Friday collected by the home made particle collector .

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pmatrai
pmatrai (@pmatrai)
12 days ago

This is a great question! Mrs. train’s link shows a simple way of collecting large aerosol particles. It is very importnat that one leaves the sampler for the same amount of time in each location. It may need to be longer than the 3h mentioned by the person in the video

Starfish
Starfish (@starfish)
16 days ago

I would really like to try that at school and at my house. It sounds like it can be fun.

Marci Train
Marci Train (@argon)
16 days ago

Here is the link that shows how to make an aerosol collecter.

https://www.climatesciencealliance.org/post/climate-kids-connects-exploring-climate-aerosols

KeepOurAirClean
KeepOurAirClean (@keepourairclean)
18 days ago

I’m intrigued also  Shark . Are you wondering about indoor air quality in a typical school classroom as compared to a living room at home? Tell us more about the homemade particle collector. Is it an home air purifier?

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oldcrow (@oldcrow)
19 days ago

Ohhh…can you say more about a homemade particle collector? I’m intrigued!