microaerosol

mi·cro·aer·o·sol

(mī'krō-ār'ō-sol),
A suspension in air of particles that are submicronic or, more frequently, from 1-10 mcm in diameter.

microaerosol

(mī″krō-ĕr′ō-sŏl)
A fine aerosol whose particles are of uniform size, usually less than 1 μm in diameter. Particles of this size are usually so small they pass in and out of the respiratory tract without depositing on its epithelium.

mi·cro·aer·o·sol

(mī'krō-ărŏ-sol)
A suspension in air of particles that are submicronic or from 1-10 mcm in diameter.
References in periodicals archive ?
Nowadays, people are more interested in microaerosol due to the air pollution by the Asian dust phenomenon.
Longest, "Transport and deposition of microaerosols in realistic and simplified models of the oral airway," Annals of Biomedical Engineering, vol.