Published: Jan 1963
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A photochemical-atmosphere environmental test facility is a system designed to simulate in the laboratory conditions existing in polluted atmospheres. These test environments are finding increasing applications in studying the effects of contaminated atmospheres on humans, animals, plants, or inanimate objects; evaluating air-pollution control systems; establishing air quality standards and permissible contaminant-emission levels; identifying atmospheric pollutants and their reaction products; and investigating the mechanisms of reactions of polluted atmospheres.
Senior Air Pollution Engineer, Los Angeles County Air Pollution Control District, Los Angeles, Calif