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Tobacco-smoke residue that lingers in furniture, curtains and house dust can still be harmful

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Tobacco-smoke residue that lingers in furniture, curtains and house dust can still be harmful. / Hamilton, Jacqueline Fiona.

In: The Conversation, 18.09.2017.

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Hamilton, JF 2017, 'Tobacco-smoke residue that lingers in furniture, curtains and house dust can still be harmful' The Conversation.

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Hamilton, J. F. (2017). Tobacco-smoke residue that lingers in furniture, curtains and house dust can still be harmful. The Conversation.

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Hamilton JF. Tobacco-smoke residue that lingers in furniture, curtains and house dust can still be harmful. The Conversation. 2017 Sep 18.

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Hamilton, Jacqueline Fiona. / Tobacco-smoke residue that lingers in furniture, curtains and house dust can still be harmful. In: The Conversation. 2017.

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