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Kelly, A.J., 1962. ATMOSPHERES FROM FIRES IN ROOMS WITH LITTLE VENTILATION PART 1. Fire Research Notes 494
Combustion of 500g wood and 30-1000g of fibreboard in a sealed or partially vented container produces carbon monoxide concentrations up to 6.3 per cent and reduction of oxygen to 5.0 per cent. Maximum carbon monoxide results from a large quantity of fuel and an optimum degree of ventilation, and is accompanied by an increasing temperature.