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The regional deposition of inhaled porous particles in the human respiratory airways

Originální název

The regional deposition of inhaled porous particles in the human respiratory airways

Anglický název

The regional deposition of inhaled porous particles in the human respiratory airways

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The copper sulphate particles were dispersed using Small–scale powder disperser 3433, TSI and introduced into the segmented lung cast. The cast consists of respiratory airways from oral cavity to seventh generation of branching. The deposition experiments were performed for stationary inspiration. The cast was disassembled after the experiment and every segment was rinsed with isopropanol. The resulted solutions were analysed using atomic absorption spectroscopy in UV/VIS area. Concentrations of copper sulphate in different segments were acquired and data about regional deposition in respiratory airways were calculated.

Anglický abstrakt

The copper sulphate particles were dispersed using Small–scale powder disperser 3433, TSI and introduced into the segmented lung cast. The cast consists of respiratory airways from oral cavity to seventh generation of branching. The deposition experiments were performed for stationary inspiration. The cast was disassembled after the experiment and every segment was rinsed with isopropanol. The resulted solutions were analysed using atomic absorption spectroscopy in UV/VIS area. Concentrations of copper sulphate in different segments were acquired and data about regional deposition in respiratory airways were calculated.

BibTex


@misc{BUT117163,
  author="Miloslav {Bělka} and Josef {Lippay} and Jan {Jedelský} and František {Lízal} and Miroslav {Jícha}",
  title="The regional deposition of inhaled porous particles in the human respiratory airways",
  annote="The copper sulphate particles were dispersed using Small–scale powder disperser 3433, TSI and
introduced into the segmented lung cast. The cast consists of respiratory airways from oral cavity to
seventh generation of branching. The deposition experiments were performed for stationary inspiration.
The cast was disassembled after the experiment and every segment was rinsed with isopropanol. The resulted
solutions were analysed using atomic absorption spectroscopy in UV/VIS area. Concentrations of copper
sulphate in different segments were acquired and data about regional deposition in respiratory airways were
calculated.",
  address="Italian Aerosol Society",
  chapter="117163",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Italian Aerosol Society",
  year="2015",
  month="september",
  pages="1--1",
  publisher="Italian Aerosol Society",
  type="abstract"
}