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Table S1 Number of visits and samples collected among the 126 households by season.

Table S2 Unit risks and chronic inhalation reference concentration (RfCs) for selected VOCs.

Table S3 Summary of VOC concentrations (μg/m3) for the 75 households that had at least three valid seasonal measurements.

Table S4 Variance components for indoor VOCs on 325 visits, showing fraction of variance attributable to four sources: between-residence, between-season, within-residence, and measurement precision.

Table S5 Spearman correlation coefficients between air exchange rates (AER, h−1) and indoor temperature (˚C), and target VOCs, respectively (n = 277).

Table S6 VOC concentrations stratified by environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) tracers.

Table S7 Factor loadings and variance apportionments for VOCs in Detroit homes (N = 126).

Table S8 Factor loadings and variance apportionments for VOCs in Detroit homes based on 325 seasonal visits.

Table S9 Factor loadings and variance apportionments for VOCs in Detroit homes during spring (n = 105).

Table S10 Factor loadings and variance apportionments for VOCs in Detroit homes during summer (n = 102).

Table S11 Factor loadings and variance apportionments for VOCs in Detroit homes during fall (n = 65).

Table S12 Factor loadings and variance apportionments for VOCs in Detroit homes during winter (n = 53).

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