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Review Article of Methods to Deactivate Bioaerosols That Includes Activation of Catalysts With UV Light

L. Peng et. al. in ESS Catalysis write about Excerpts: Bioaerosol control systems are urgently needed to inactivate airborne pathogenic microorganisms to avoid secondary contamination. Recently, with increasing studies on the characteristics of bioaerosols, researchers have a better understanding of bioaerosols, which promotes the development of bioaerosol control technology. Bioaerosol photocatalytic inactivation technology shows superiority…

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