Changes in the Ion Concentration in the Air in the Breathing Process of a Human Being
A. Suchanowski1, A. Wiszniewski2
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1Department of Physiology, Jedrzej Sniadecki University School of Physical Education, Gdansk Poland
2Medical Informatics Laboratory, Medical University of Gdansk, Gdansk Poland
Pol. J. Environ. Stud. 1999;8(4):259–263
This work discusses the influence of the human being on concebtrations and mobility of aeroions in the atmosphere. The performed investigations show that the concentration of anions decreases, in the vicinity of the human, on about 26 - 44%. This is the result of their recombination with charges existing in the human body. In the process of breathing there are no crucial changes to the concentration of ions of both polarisation, while there is a conciderable increase, by several hundred percent, in the number of large ions.