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Main Title U.S.S.R. Literature on Air Pollution and Related Occupational Diseases, Volume 17. The Biological Effects and Hygienic Importance of Atmospheric Pollutants, Book 10.
Author Levin, B. S. ;
CORP Author Levine (B. S.), Washington, D. C.
Year Published 1968
Report Number PHS-AP-00176;
Stock Number PB-180 522T
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; Reviews) ; ( Industrial medicine ; Reviews) ; Hygiene ; Concentration(Chemistry) ; Toxicity ; Vapors ; Wastes(Industrial) ; Standards ; N-heterocyclic compounds ; Butadienes ; Ethylene oxide ; Methanols ; Alcohols ; Anhydrides ; Benzene ; Phenols ; Toluenes ; Xylenes ; Ammonia ; Acroleins ; Acetones ; Acetophenones ; Hydrogen compounds ; Fluorides ; Vanadium compounds ; Oxides ; Styrenes ; USSR ; Occupational diseases ; Triethylene diamines ; Phthalic anhydrides ; Hydrogen fluoride ; Vanadium pentoxide
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NTIS  PB-180 522T Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 152p
Abstract
Contents: Basic problems of sanitary atmospheric air protection; New experimental material for the determination of maximum allowable concentration of hexamethylenediamine in the air of inhabited areas; Hygienic basis for the determination of the allowable concentration limit of divinyl in atmospheric air; Toxicity of ethylene oxide in low concentrations; A study of hygienic properties of methanol as an atmospheric air pollutant; Atmospheric air pollution with vapors of hydrolytic alcohol and its effect on the organism; Biological effects and hygienic evaluation of air by phthalic anhydride; Comparative toxicity studies of benzene, toluol, and xylol by the reflex activity method; Experimental data proposed as a basis for the determination of maximal allowable ammonia concentration in atmospheric air; Chronic effects on the organism of small concentrations of acrylaldehyde in air; Hygienic evaluation of the combined effects of acetone and phenol in atmospheric air; Determination of allowable maximum concentrations of phenol and acetophenone when simultaneously present in atmospheric air; Combined effects of low acetone and acetophenone concentrations in the air of the living organism; Studies in the Standardization of maximum allowable hydrogen fluoride concentrations in the air of inhabited areas; Experimental basis for the determination of maximum allowable concentration of vanadium pentoxide in atmospheric air; An hygienic standardization of alphamethylstyrene in atmospheric air.