Understanding Particle Size and Aerosol-Based Transmission of COVID-19 - 4C Conference 11730

Understanding Particle Size and Aerosol-Based Transmission of COVID-19

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4C Marketplace Graphic COVID-19 Aerosol

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Frequently asked questions: COVID-19 Transmission Frequently Asked Questions

Aerosol-based Transmission: Are you in the pathway?
Social distancing will not protect anyone in a case such as this.
This student is always equidistant to the speaker (and over 6ft away),
but the outcomes are very different.

On the left, all students are infected with COVID-19.
On the right, no transmission or infection occurs at all.

COVID-19 aerosol-based transmission is entirely dependent on the airflow pathway.

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1. Filtration limitations of masks.
2. Slides showing bronchial tract.
3. Discussion of modes of transmission for influenza regarding particle size.
4. How large is a corona virus particle?
5. Some COVID-19 patients do not spread the virus although they are infected.
6. Particle Size
7. H2O Size
http://butane.chem.uiuc.edu/pshapley/Enlist/Labs/WaterStruc/Teachers.html#:~:text=The%20water%20molecule%20 is%20composed,diameter%20of%20about%202.75%20angstrom.
8. Indoor Transmission
9. A study in Japan
10. Recent preprint
11. Kai Kupferschmidt
12. Reynolds, J., Jeris, J. S., & Theodore, L. (2002). Handbook of Chemical and Environmental Engineering Calculations. Wiley.

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