Anyone has a clue how much PM10 and PM2.5 is produced when burning a cigarette?
it depends on the distance but it is a lot! At 2-3 meters, you easily reach 500 for both PM10 and PM2.5.
Thanks. But is there not an absolute value like e.g. 50 mu g? I like to understand how much time i need to be in a certain environment to get the equivalent of smoking a cigarette or find a comparison of number of cigarettes smoked in a room…
Or maybe someone has another idea to to make the mu g/m^3 less abstract…
Say inside a car without ventalation? PM10: 2207 µg/m3, PM2.5: 2166 µg/m3, PM1: 1421 µg/m3