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Visualizing Speech-Generated Oral Fluid Droplets with Laser Light Scattering

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Visualizing Speech-Generated Oral Fluid Droplets with Laser Light Scattering

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Aerosols and droplets generated during speech have been implicated in the person-to-person transmission of viruses, and there is current interest in understanding the mechanisms responsible for the spread of Covid-19 by these means.

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2020-05-21

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Anfinrud, Philip, Valentyn Stadnytskyi, Christina E. Bax, and Adriaan Bax. 2020. "Visualizing Speech-Generated Oral Fluid Droplets with Laser Light Scattering." New England Journal of Medicine 382 (21):2061-3.

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