Charles J. Weschler
Charles J. Weschler
Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences Institute, Rutgers University
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TitleCited byYear
The association between asthma and allergic symptoms in children and phthalates in house dust: a nested case–control study
CG Bornehag, J Sundell, CJ Weschler, T Sigsgaard, B Lundgren, ...
Environmental health perspectives 112 (14), 1393-1397, 2004
8752004
Abstract
CJ Weschler
Indoor air 10 (4), 269-288, 2000
831*2000
Cleaning products and air fresheners: exposure to primary and secondary air pollutants
WW Nazaroff, CJ Weschler
Atmospheric Environment 38 (18), 2841-2865, 2004
7052004
Semivolatile organic compounds in indoor environments
CJ Weschler, WW Nazaroff
Atmospheric Environment 42 (40), 9018-9040, 2008
5352008
Changes in indoor pollutants since the 1950s
CJ Weschler
Atmospheric Environment 43 (1), 153-169, 2009
5192009
Ventilation rates and health: multidisciplinary review of the scientific literature
J Sundell, H Levin, WW Nazaroff, WS Cain, WJ Fisk, DT Grimsrud, ...
Indoor air 21 (3), 191-204, 2011
4902011
Organic films on atmospheric aerosol particles, fog droplets, cloud droplets, raindrops, and snowflakes
PS Gill, TE Graedel, CJ Weschler
Reviews of Geophysics 21 (4), 903-920, 1983
4711983
Ozone’s impact on public health: contributions from indoor exposures to ozone and products of ozone-initiated chemistry
CJ Weschler
Environmental health perspectives 114 (10), 1489-1496, 2006
4072006
Chemistry within aqueous atmospheric aerosols and raindrops
TE Graedel, CJ Weschler
Reviews of Geophysics 19 (4), 505-539, 1981
4021981
Phthalates in indoor dust and their association with building characteristics
CG Bornehag, B Lundgren, CJ Weschler, T Sigsgaard, ...
Environmental health perspectives 113 (10), 1399-1404, 2005
4002005
Characterization of the dust/smoke aerosol that settled east of the World Trade Center (WTC) in lower Manhattan after the collapse of the WTC 11 September 2001.
PJ Lioy, CP Weisel, JR Millette, S Eisenreich, D Vallero, J Offenberg, ...
Environmental health perspectives 110 (7), 703-714, 2002
3992002
Indoor ozone/terpene reactions as a source of indoor particles
CJ Weschler, HC Shields
Atmospheric Environment 33 (15), 2301-2312, 1999
3431999
Potential reactions among indoor pollutants
CJ Weschler, HC Shields
Atmospheric environment 31 (21), 3487-3495, 1997
3181997
Kinetic model studies of atmospheric droplet chemistry: 2. Homogeneous transition metal chemistry in raindrops
TE Graedel, ML Mandich, CJ Weschler
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 91 (D4), 5205-5221, 1986
3061986
Indoor secondary pollutants from cleaning product and air freshener use in the presence of ozone
BC Singer, BK Coleman, H Destaillats, AT Hodgson, MM Lunden, ...
Atmospheric Environment 40 (35), 6696-6710, 2006
2782006
Indoor chemistry: ozone, volatile organic compounds, and carpets
CJ Weschler, AT Hodgson, JD Wooley
Environmental Science & Technology 26 (12), 2371-2377, 1992
2761992
Ozone and limonene in indoor air: a source of submicron particle exposure.
T Wainman, J Zhang, CJ Weschler, PJ Lioy
Environmental Health Perspectives 108 (12), 1139-1145, 2000
2642000
SVOC partitioning between the gas phase and settled dust indoors
CJ Weschler, WW Nazaroff
Atmospheric Environment 44 (30), 3609-3620, 2010
2472010
Reactions of ozone with human skin lipids: sources of carbonyls, dicarbonyls, and hydroxycarbonyls in indoor air
A Wisthaler, CJ Weschler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (15), 6568-6575, 2010
2382010
Indoor secondary pollutants from household product emissions in the presence of ozone: a bench-scale chamber study
H Destaillats, MM Lunden, BC Singer, BK Coleman, AT Hodgson, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 40 (14), 4421-4428, 2006
2272006
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