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A discussion of asbestos detection techniques for air and soil /
Asbestos and gastro-intestinal cancer : cell culture studies /
Chromosomal Changes Associated with Tumorigenic Mineral Fibers.
Demonstration of a Silicate Stabilization Process for Heavy Metal Contaminated Soil at the Tamco Steel Site.
Effect of Oxalate on the Dissolution Rates of Oligoclase and Tremolite (Journal Version).
Evaluation of the Effect of Asbestos in Industrial Conditions (Otsenka Vozdeistviya Asbesta v Usloviyakh Proizvodstvennoi Sredy).
Houston area plume study--1974 : microscopical identification of collected aerosols /
Inactivation of virus in natural water and wastewater by silicate minerals /
Ingested Mineral Fibers: Elimination in Human Urine.
Introduction to the rock-forming minerals
Layer charge characteristics of 2:1 silicate clay minerals /
Oxidation-reduction mechanisms in iron-bearing phyllosilicates /
Sedimentation in St. Louis Bay, Mississippi.
Selected silicate minerals and their asbestiform varieties : mineralogical definitions and identification-characterization /
Silicate Technology Corporation's solidification/stabilization technology for organic and inorganic contaminants in soils : applications analysis report /
Silicate Technology Corporation's solidification/stablization technology for organic and inorganic contaminants in soils : applications analysis report /
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