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Most of us have been raised in the aerosol culture: bug bombs, hair sprays, underarm deodorants, home deodorizers, oven sprays, window sprays, repellents, paints, garbage can and shower-tub disinfectants, and supremely, the anti-itch remedies for foot and crotch. Among pesticides the insecticides are dominant. Developed during World War II for use by military personnel living in tents, the push-button variety was used as space sprays to knock down mosquitoes. More recently the total-release aerosol has been designed to discharge its entire contents in a single application. They are now available for home owners as well as commercial pest control operators. In either case, the nozzle is depressed and locked into place, permitting the aerosol total emission while the occupants leave and remain away for a few hours. Aerosols are effective only against resident flying and crawling insects, and provide little or no residual effect as do conscientiously-applied sprays. How do aerosols work? Essentially the active ingredients must be soluble in the highly volatile, liquified hydrofluorocarbon1 gas in its pressurized condition. When the liquified gas is released it evaporates almost instantly, leaving the micro-sized droplets of toxicant suspended in air. I should point out that aerosols commonly produce droplets well below 10 microns in diameter, which are respirable, meaning that they will be absorbed by alveolar tissue in the lungs rather than impinging in the bronchioles, as do larger droplets. Consequently, aerosols of every type should be handled with discretion and breathed as little as possible
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