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The effect of environmental odors emanating from commercial swine operations on the mood of nearby residents".
Subjects experienced each of two odors (fragrance oils: mint, expected stimulating effect, and cypress, assumed as an odor from building materials) for 1 or 10 min while working and resting.
You handle this exactly as you would handle left behind odors from cigarette smoke, cigar smoke, pipe smoke, too much Lysol, too much perfume, garlic or burned Toll House cookies.
Most odors are comprised of hundreds of volatile compounds, some of which are detected at concentrations as low as parts per trillion.
According to Kaye and Jiang (2000), odors represent more than 50% of public environmental complaints to regulatory agencies.
Then the instrument can recognize new samples of those odors by comparing the odor's fingerprint to those contained in its database.
Odor molecules are either ions or ride on ions, so when natural positive-to-negative attraction occurs, an ion exchange occurs that results in total elimination of the odor-producing substance.
So their highly sensitive noses may be easily offended by strong odors.
VAL VERDE - Air quality regulators are evaluating whether foul odors noticed last week by residents in this semi-rural community originated in the Chiquita Canyon Landfill, and if so, whether they constitute a public nuisance.
Additionally, personnel from 267 schools completed a 21-item survey that included questions about the frequency and intensity of livestock odors in the schools' indoor and outdoor environments.
95) is the first and only gear treatment that prevents offensive odors from being produced.
Handbook of Odors in Plastic Materials, 2nd Edition
Their intent was to develop data that could be used to construct aroma models for sensory testing, which, in turn, could indicate the compounds responsible for either pleasant or unpleasant odors in the fish sauce.
Public buildings with heavy foot traffic rapidly accumulate a variety of odors including smoke, kitchen/food odors, rotting garbage odors, body odors, human waste odors, and odors from the outside environment.
Increasing numbers of scientific studies are finding associations between environmental odors and health effects.