Office buildings can be considered a “second home” for working people and so the contribution of pollutants in this indoor environment to a person’s overall exposure is significant. The aims of this study were to examine the composition of PM10 and the sources influencing the indoor and outdoor office environments. The PM10 sampling was performed using a mini-vol portable sampler at two sampling sites from May to August 2014 for daily 24 h sampling.

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