|MadSci Network: Environment & Ecology|
All of the information I can locate seems to ignore any potential danger associated with breathing radon comtaminated outdoor air. There is a wealth of information describing offices and homes that are potentially comtaminated with this gas. What is the reason for this? Also, is radon gas most hazardous when it settles on a dust particle that is inhaled into the lungs? Thanks in advance for your information.
Re: Is breathing outdoor air containing radon gas any safer than it is indoors?
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