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MCCEM: Mulit-Compartment Concentration and Exposure Model

Sponsor: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics (OPPT), Economics, Exposure, and Technology Division, Exposure Assessment Branch (EAB)

Description: The Multi-Chamber Concentration and Exposure Model (MCCEM) is a user-friendly computer program that estimates indoor concentrations for, and inhalation exposure to, chemicals released from products or materials used in a residence. For each model run, time-varying air concentrations and inhalation exposure are modeled for one chemical in as many as four zones (chambers) of a residence. One exposure event (e.g., one episode of use of a consumer product) typically is modeled, from which single-event and lifetime exposure/dose estimates are developed based on user inputs.

For more information and to download a copy of the model, see the EPA MCCEM website:


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Last modified: November  2006