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  • Indoor Air Quality
    Weathertight homes tend to trap airborne particles inside, where everyday household contaminants can become concentrated. The result is that indoor air can become more polluted than the air outdoors.
    www.aircleaners.us/air-quality.htm
  • Green Air Filter thumbnail Green Air Filter (Photograph)
    An abstract photograph of a green automobile air filter gives up-close details. Dirt and particles that move through the air and under the hood of the car are trapped in the filter, improving the cleanliness and performance of the automobile engine.
    www.auto-air-filters.com/air-filter.htm
  • Replacing an Air Filter thumbnail Replacing an Air Filter (Photograph)
    A car mechanic performs routine maintenance on an automobile, by replacing a dirty air filter with a clean one. The filter will keep the engine clean and running well, by ensuring that dirty air particles and debris don't contaminate the engine.
    www.auto-air-filters.com/filter.htm
  • HEPA Filters
    HEPA filters are designed to filter the air by trapping 99.9% of airborne particles, such as dust, pollen, and tobacco smoke. HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air (filter).
    www.hepafilters.us/
  • Clean Air Filter (Digital Image)
    A close-up of a clean air filter in black and white shows its complex texture and structure. Breathing clean air has become more of a priority in a world where pollution, allergens, and poor air quality are becoming more rampant.
    www.aircleaners.us/search.htm

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  • Booker, Richard, and Earl Boysen. Nanotechnology for Dummies. Hoboken, NJ. Wiley Publishing. 2005.

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