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Scientists Catalog Individual Dust Particles

by Gretchen Cuda Kroen
Mar 18, 2013 (Morning Edition) — Invisible dust particles are constantly swirling around in the air. And depending on what's in those particles, they may be affecting our health. Researchers have trapped individual dust particles, and analyzed their unique chemical makeup to create a dust particle library.

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