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Figure S1. Resuspension mechanism inside plaxiglass chamber.

Figure S2. Volume and number size distributions of house dust measured by Malven Mastersizer (2000).

Figure S3. Photograph of the seeding system.

Figure S4. Size-resolved emission for different types of floorings with two levels of initial surface dust loading.

Table S1. Surface dust loadings in U.S. homes.

Table S2. Particle size fractions of house dust.

Table S3. Carpet type descriptions.

Table S4. Average resuspension fraction (n = 3 for each treatment).

Table S5. Summary of ANOVA results.

Table S6. Two-sided Mann–Whitney rank sum test results for the comparison of resuspension fractions among different flooring types (n = 6, α = 0.1).

Table S7. One-sided Mann–Whitney rank sum test results for the comparison of resuspension fractions among different flooring types (n = 6, α = 0.1).

Table S8. Two-sided Mann–Whitney rank sum test results for the comparison of resuspension fraction between 40% and 70% relative humidity levels (n = 6, α = 0.1).

Table S9. One-sided Mann–Whitney rank sum test results for the comparison of resuspension fractions between 40% and 70% relative humidity levels (n = 6, α = 0.1).

Table S10. One-sided Mann–Whitney rank sum test results for the comparison of resuspension fractions between 40% and 70% relative humidity levels (n = 6, α = 0.1).

Table S11. Two-sided Student t-test results for the comparison of resuspension fraction between 2 and 8 g/m2 surface dust loadings on carpets(n = 6, α = 0.1).

Table S12. One-sided Mann–Whitney rank sum test results for the comparison of resuspension fraction between 2 and 8 g/m2 surface dust loadings on carpets(n = 6, α = 0.1).

Table S13. Two-sided Mann–Whitney rank sum test results for the comparison of resuspension fraction between 2 and 8 g/m2 surface dust loadings for hard floorings under 40% RH (n = 3, α = 0.1).

Table S14. One-sided Mann–Whitney rank sum test results for the comparison of resuspension fraction between 2 and 8 g/m2 surface dust loadings for hard floorings under 40% RH (n = 3, α = 0.1).

Table S15. One-sided Mann–Whitney rank sum test results for the comparison of resuspension fraction between 2 and 8 g/m2 surface dust loadings for hard floorings under 70% RH (n = 3, α = 0.1).

Table S16. Two-sided Mann–Whitney rank sum test results for the comparison of resuspension fraction between 2 and 8 g/m2 surface dust loadings for hard floorings under 70% RH (n = 3, α = 0.1).

Table S17. One-sided Mann–Whitney rank sum test results for the comparison of resuspension fraction between 2 and 8 g/m2 surface dust loadings for hard floorings under 70% RH (n = 3, α = 0.1).

Table S18. One-sided Mann–Whitney rank sum test results for the comparison of resuspension fraction between 2 and 8 g/m2 surface dust loadings for hard floorings under 70% RH (n = 3, α = 0.1).

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