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Main Title AICE Survey of USSR Air Pollution Literature. Volume XVII. A Compilation of Technical Reports (4th) on the Biological Effects and the Public Health Aspects of Atmospheric Pollutants.
Author Nuttonso, M. Y. ;
CORP Author American Inst. of Crop Ecology, Silver Spring, Md.
Year Published 1972
Report Number AICE-AIR-72-17; EPA-R-800878; 1309;
Stock Number PB-212 599
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; Public health) ; ( USSR ; Air pollution) ; ( Sulfur dioxide ; Air pollution) ; ( Nitrogen dioxide ; Air pollution) ; ( Alcohols ; Air pollution) ; ( Vanadium oxides ; Air pollution) ; ( Chloroprene ; Air pollution) ; ( Ethylene oxide ; Air pollution) ; ( Styrenes ; Air pollution) ; ( Butadienes ; Air pollution) ; Industrial wastes ; Standards ; Furfurals ; Methyl alcohol ; Ethanols ; Toxicology ; Periodicals ; Translations ; Permissible dosage ; Oxetanone/4-methylene-2 ; Hexane diamines ; Air pollution effects(Animals)
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-212 599 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 153p
;Contents: Maximum permissible concentrations of noxious substances in the air; Data for the sanitary validation of maximum permissible concentrations of sulfur dioxide in combination with phenol; Data for the mean daily maximum permissible concentration of nitrogen dioxide in atmospheric air; Data for a sanitary standardization of low concentrations of a mixture furfural, methanol, and hydrolytic ethanol in the air; Threshold concentrations of diketene during short-term inhalation; Validation of the mean daily maximum permissible concentration of vanadium pentoxide in atmospheric air; The threshold of the reflex effect of chloroprene by the method of electroencephalography; Toxicity of microconcentrations of ethylene oxide; Standardization of alpha-methylstyrene in the air; Maximum permissible concentration of divinyl in atmospheric air; New data for the maximum permissible concentration of hexamethylenediamine in populated areas.