Particle and organic vapor emissions from children’s 3-D pen and 3-D printer toys

Data%20Set.xlsx (8c8f9b9d-bba9-4f45-b4da-4511da844def)   []

The data presented includes the total elemental analysis, via ICP-MS) of aerosol emissions from 3D printer of thermoplastic polymers. This dataset is associated with the following publication: Yi, J., M.G. Duling, L.N. Bowers, A.K. Knepp, R.F. LeBouf, T.R. Nurkiewicz, A. Ranpara, T. Luxton, S.B. Martin Jr, D.A. Burns, D.M. Peloquin, E.J. Baumann, M.A. Virji, and A.B. Stefaniak. Particle and organic vapor emissions from children’s 3-D pen and 3-D printer toys. INHALATION TOXICOLOGY. Taylor & Francis, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, USA, 31(13-14): 432-445, (2019).

Input file, structural summary:

  1. File 'Data20Set.xlsx':
    Tables:
    1. Table 'Data20Set (Sheet1)':
      Table ‘Data20Set (Sheet1)’ consists of 18 data rows along ten dimensions: ‘Column A’, ‘Yield (ng/g printed)a’, ‘Yield (ng/g printed)a’, ‘Yield (ng/g printed)a’, ‘Yield (ng/g printed)a’, ‘Yield (ng/g printed)a’, ‘Yield (ng/g printed)a’, ‘Yield (ng/g printed)a’, ‘Yield (ng/g printed)a’ and ‘Yield (ng/g printed)a’

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