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Acid rain information book /
Air pollution aspects of emission sources: sulfuric acid manufacturing - a bibliography with abstracts.
Atmospheric emissions from sulfuric acid manufacturing processes : cooperative study project, Manufacturing Chemists' Association, Inc., and Public Health Service.
Effects of Acidification on Stream Ecosystems.
Effects of endogenous ammonia on neutralization of inhaled sulfuric acid aerosols /
Effects of Sulfuric Acid Rain on Major Cation and Sulfate Concentrations of Water Percolating Through Two Model Hardwood Forests.
Effects of sulfuric acid rain on two model hardwood forests : throughfall, litter leachate, and soil solution /
Guidelines for limitation of contact sulfuric acid plant emissions /
Occupational exposure to sulfuric acid criteria for a recommended standard.
Occupational exposures to mists and vapours from strong inorganic acids, and other industrial chemicals.
RED facts : mineral acids /
Reregistration eligibility decision : nmineral acids.
Reregistration eligibility document (RED) : mineral acids, list D, case 4064.
Review of Western European and Japanese iron and steel industry exemplary water pollution control technology /
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