Indoor Air Quality in Shopping Malls

Scope Note: Indoor air quality (IAQ) has been a matter of public concern. In the peacetime, a quite number of civil air defense works have been reconstructed to serve for commercial purposes. Good indoor air quality is essential to occupants.

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