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Best demonstrated control technology for graphic arts /
Design of Fixed-Beds to Remove Multicomponent Mixtures of Volatile Organic Chemicals.
Development of a rapid tissue bioassay technique for screening pollutant effects on fish
Differences in Arachidonic Acid Metabolism by Human Myelomonocytic Cell Lines.
Effects of ozone exposure on lipid metabolism in human alveolar macrophages. /
Effects of Phosgene Exposure on Lung Arachidonic Acid Metabolism.
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Method Study 23A, Method 501.1, Trihalomethanes by Purge and Trap (REANNOUNCEMENT of PB84-169994 - see notes field for explanation).
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Method Study 23A, Method 501.1, Trihalomethanes by Purge and Trap.
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Method Study 23B, Method 501.2, Trihalomethanes by Liquid/Liquid Extraction.
EPA method study 24, method 601 : purgeable halocarbons by the purge trap method /
Evaluation of methods used from 1965 through 1982 to determine inorganic constituents in water samples
Improving granular carbon treatment /
Methods for determination of inorganic substances in water and fluvial sediments /
National Research Program of the Water Resources Division, U.S. Geological Survey, fiscal year 1991
New Approaches to Quantitating the Pulmonary Effects of Inhaled Pollutants.
Ozone Inhibits Prostacyclin Synthesis in Pulmonary Endothelium.
Quality assurance practices for the chemical and biological analyses of water and fluvial sediments /
Scale-Up of Rapid Small-Scale Adsorption Tests to Field-Scale Adsorbers: Theoretical Basis and Experimental Results for a Constant Diffusivity.
Survey reports on atmospheric emissions from the petrochemical industry /
Survey Reports on Atmospheric Emissions from the Petrochemical Industry. Volume I.
Survey Reports on Atmospheric Emissions from the Petrochemical Industry. Volume III.
Survey Reports on Atmospheric Emissions from the Petrochemical Industry. Volume IV.
U.S. Geological Survey National Research Program in the hydrologic sciences
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