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This paper presents the study of air quality effect from particulate matter with diameter of less than 2.5 microns (PM2.5), total volatile organic compound (TVOC) and carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2-eq) for indoor and outdoor Department of Electronics Technology, Ramkhamhaeng University, Bangkok. By creating a device detect air quality for the period from November 2020 to March 2021. From the results, It was found that the average PM2.5 of 24-hour continuous is 31.50 for the inside office (good level), 38.24 for the inside building (moderate level) and 44.80 for the outside building (moderate level). The average TVOC of 8-hour continuous is 0.58 for the inside office (good level), 0.32 for the inside building (good level) and 0.41 for the outside building (good level). The average CO2-eq of 24-hour continuous is 1122.73 for the inside office, 983.97 for the inside building and 922.88 for the outside building.
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