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Posted by JT on July 13th, 1998 08:58 PM
In reply to Indoor humidity by Kris Shankar on July 13th, 1998 03:15 PM [Go to top of thread]

Kris, probably not your imagination. When air at
some reletive humidity is cooled, as will happen
when air from the rest of the house moves into the
cooler rooms, it's relative humidity increases. Only
two things can change this: raise the temperature,
or remove water from the air via a dehumidifier (I
assume you don't need and air conditioner). A
psychrometer will indeed measure your RH, and if your
library is valuable, the expense (the cheapest I've
seen is around $65) may be justified.

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