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Our observation of a reduced functional connectivity during CO2 breathing is consistent with previous reports that light sedation (Greicius et al, 2008) or anesthesia (Deshpande et al, 2010) decreases connectivity in DMN regions, and is also in line with the suggestions that CO2 has a mild sedative effect (Fukuda et al, 2006).
Main objective of this paper is to establish a comprehensive review of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) guidelines and other standard values that are implemented currently.
WOOFAA deploys this plasma tech in our algal appliance to remove smells and germs in public toilets Vladyslava Čeledová Ph.D. Programme: Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Branch of study: Plasma Physics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Department of...
Only the direct removal of CO2 from the air, or “direct air capture” (DAC), can actually reduce the global atmospheric CO2 concentration. The past decade has seen a steep rise in the use of chemical sorbents that are cycled through sorption and desorption cycles for CO2 removal from ultradilute gases such as air.