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50253 0004 ~ -V A.*1IN K/PROTHROMI3IN/GLUTAMIC ACiD, •fx-AR.BbXrj'-( F.*iFS,1/CHLOROPIIYLLS, & RT:LAT1'D CBMPOUNDS: BTOSYNT11i:STS L rtI:TAR(1LIC 6EGULATION/NUCLEIC ACIDS--E/dZYMOLOGY/AnFNOSINE nIPl10SPHATE GLUCOSE PYROPHOSPH7RYLASF., RECUT.ATI6N OF/G1.UTATIIIONE S-TRANSFERAS}?S/ QP ADVANCES IN ENZYMOLOGY 601 Ad 1978 AND RELATED AREAS OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY) 1/4. V4 Founded by F. F. 9RD Edited by ALTO ' EIS1T•.R CORNELL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL COLLEGE, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 1978 AN INTERSCIENCE ® PUBLICATION JOHN WILEY & SONS New York • London - Sydncy • Toronto t 0 Q o (1 0 5 6 4 Q
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Aip ' 50253 0006 I TOBACCO--FLAVORANTS/ I MeA.,-81 LITERATURE SEARV. Chemical Abstracts 1967--1971 S.P: Keywords: -'P1yrazine rrole yridine Flavor Tobacco nii n n n ri 2 5 64
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ti ~ U PyX:'olCfi' Va 2. E 50253 0008 ' 400 , A ' Adc-ance-:; in heterocyclic ciiemi~tr3-, v. 1- New York, Aczdeinic Pr~, 1Uv8- ~ Y. diagra. ?4 em. ~.Edttorx: lUW- A. R. Katrltzky. In:ludeb bibliography. i 1. Hetero^yclic compounds--Collucted works. i. Katrlt:3cy, Alan lt., ed. C,ZD4flU..fs1S Library of Congress ( 547.69 62-130S7 1(3151 a ~•A n n n[j ~~ 6 411
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i ~ 50253 0005 ...<~...____...~....__._...._~,._..,..,...._..._~:~.__ti,..._..._s_._. ~.~._.~.,..~,..~.........._. . Ref . Pyrotechni cs and Products not E1sscahexe HJ EnuneratPd, Sched. 7, v. 8. 6081 Un Unitasd. StaCca T&r.lif Ccuzinajoa SMI-114RXES OF TP.S:j)I: t,*:U TEu?LPl' INPOMAT ZON, Pi',SPf.Rl:I) IN AE1::,S G:? TEiE TP.RIFT SC+{i:pUhE; OF TtiB UNZ:En Si.6.TES (iSUS).Schea.1, Volo. Schv:ct. 2, Vol.a. Scj4c::i. 3, Vo1u. Schod. 4, 'Go3c. SchwCa. 5, Vol.cs. , Schad. 6, Vo3.c. Schs.r. 7, Vols. ~ . 1966 Volca. We.ahinF;ton, L. C. n rt i a 64 S J
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QD 400 Ad 1973 . YY t~Rt)Li:S / i~'1'l:~.111 TZia~I 5 CQ111 fiOLI NES/ I SU:)L'i ,`:0'.? NES /. SAi.CI!:.Rllv'/II:4JLi: AND ITS ' ~.c~vances in C~~~ ~~~ISTRY Volume 15 Edited by F~LTT4 lZO CYCLIC A6 50253 0009 . f A. R. KI+TRITZKY. A. J. 73OULTON_ ~ Academic Press • New York and London • 1973 I ! ? ~ 1 ~ A Subsidiary of Hnrcourt Brace Jovanovich, ?ublishers n n e
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aw 50253 0003 ~. ... ' T1.5/ - -- ,....-.----- - .... _ ....~ < P`tlOS1'lih T II 1•teg-1G TLMjOL06 I C EVALUAT I 0N OF FDA 71-61 PB-223 RR s•,,. • : .' AucuSY 1973 (SOD I UM AC I D 40@PMMAif_),% , . Pcrfo:nrng organiaation \sme and .4JJrc-sa'• . eorin;; Urganiza:ion \nme and A.ldcess ~..y .. , ` .. . . . . Food and Drug Research Laboratories, Inc. U.S. Food and Drug Administration 6~! Evergreen Place :; 200 "C" Street, S.W. East Orange, New Je_r_sey 07018 Washinpton; D.C. < 20204 Teratolol;ical test results in four (4) species of animals (rats, mice, 6msters, and rabbits). D3stributed by: U.S. DEPARTMENT Or' CO:L*SEP,CE, NATIONAL TECIINICAL INFORAfATIOy SERIrICE/ Conclusion: On the basis of the data presented herein, the following conclusion appears to be warranted: ' • %". . . "The, administration of up to 335 mg/kg (boay weight) oP the test material to pregnant mice for 10 consecutive days had no clearly dis- cernible effect on nidation or on maternal or fetal survival. The ' number of abnormalities seen in either soft or skeletal tissues of th_ti..,, test groups did not differ from the numbezr-o~.~-~u-r~n-~----~~• t}-.e ~ham-tx~,a:~,~ ~--,~._.......~. _.~_ --: ,, . . ._ . a t , ~. 4 0 n 5 6 43
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_._ ..:.--._._., _ .. . . .. _. . ....... . .~ . _._.......__. 50253 0001 . P.YKo?:: -1)74- RTVS1n.'IVI:s /PYi:7tdl;;'/l,'~ ?`fTS`IRY,rI:G!1I'4 I.C•.--7NF:,~ARL'a)": 'PLV1T'ct)S(:UPYf III Ya r,ull. Cher,:. Soc. (.1.ihan) i5 132.3-~1 (1.162) - Sterliiis; 1dhi te hfi•ared and 1111ra1•zalet S1:eetrrl o f a- and r-I'}•rones By xiyoyut: i YAaAnA (Received Febru:ny 26, There have been known a number of pyronc derivativcs; both synthetic ones and naturaily occurring ones. The characterstic features of infraird and ultraviolct spcctra of the pyronc nucleus itself cannot be o>>tained frem those of benzonyrones, i. e. counlarlnes and ehromones, o«in~ to the pres:,nce of the fused bonzcnc j ing. It is, the:efore, nccessar-v to examine the pyrone dcrivativcs sti•ithout any fused arowatic rin.gs, in or<i;,r to obtain the spcctral propartics of pyrones. In connection with the 19G2i s?-,ow some aromatic nature, the bands as- so: iatcd %%ith the double bonds of the ring as v:cll ns carL•ony( band are characteristic for tl?--iC!Ct-itttlC.Stlon of j)yroa-1 rin'.1s. Ttlt, eficc:s- of substituents on these bands wcre ex- amined. a-P}•rane.--Siace the position and the shape of the earbony1 band are, in many cases, sensitive to the condition of 1masllrc'Iflent=) , the band po:.:tions N':ere cemrarcd in the same im•cstil-ation of aurcothin'), the stt:dics of - '_) As to a-r; rorc anJ S•mcth.l-n-pyron^., Ioncs anC his \'artoilS r}io':es \:7tho'tt uro^lnti:: rinz; Were ~.~„~;rcn ' : .;nc; b>ar.•tion in thcerbcn,vl
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50253 0018 F'~/2 Ytl.ir?:i :. .r;- Allvo:4t,T1C ;iY'.; ~?0 ;Irli 434 F':> z;cs .1 P. i n n n rl -) 1; f 1) 'i
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- • - - ~ _ . _. . 40 50253 0013 I HErEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS--NITROGEN CONTAINING/, ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS, VOL. 34 Editors: Alfred ~+.~lomquisr • and Harry H. / k'asserman I 401 Jo Y ~ 1977 ~ ~ 1977 • , of/yrro1es r R. ALAN JONES School of Chemical Sc•iences Ur Tcrsity of East .frrglia Norrrich, Enslnnd and F CERRITT P. BEAN A CAllEMIC PRESS ork • San Francisco ~ n n n n., ;,~msidcar,v i J Ui rcouli IZrncc Jot•unovich, PuGlislrcrs a
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78 XII De NICOTINE--C11ErtISTRY/ Liebigs Ann. Chem., volume 535, pp¢es 291-300, 1938 ON T1iF. ACID PROPERTIES OF SOriE YF'YRROLL•'S P 1 o e M. Dezel.ic ai.u E. Belia Chemical. Institute of the , ,/Uber cli;,- sauren ElMschaften cini ;cr Sri von 111. l~e:elif und B. Be/ia. Phi].osop}hical Coliege, University of Zagreb i A ` n n n nn (j ;~ S6 ~ I
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fnh. J. /'Gannnc, 19. 3tX1 314 (1960) a65p253 0007 PH AIZMACOLOGIC:AL S'1.'UlllE'S ON AI,IC:YCLIC :AMINL;S 77 II Ka (11) CENTRAL AC'1•IONS OFsPIPLIZIDINE, 6' PYRROL1llINE AND.PIPERA'LINE YOSHITOSIiI liA SJ;, TAKESIII MIYATA, YUICIIIRO KAMJKAWA nND MIKIKO KATAOKA !h/rarlnunt of C.hemico-Plmrmacoluqy, Faculry of Phnrrnacculical Sciences, Kumac:olo Unirrrsi/p, A'unmmofo Itcccivcd for publication 1)cccnibcr 14, 19GZ1 In lhc previous paper (1), it was rcportcd that there arc fundamental difl•crcnces in pharmacological activities hctwccu alicyclic and alipliatic amincs, and especially pipcridine and pyr:•olidinc in alicyclic antincs sltow hronounc:cd synaptotropic actions sinlilaur to those of nicotinc. 13oth of pipc•ridinc and pyrrolidinc arc normal constitucnts in thc matumalian urine (2-5) and brain (6, 7). Ftutltcrmorc, ]sipcridinc is normally prescnt in huntan ccrcbro- xpinal fluid (8). Wltcn tritiated pillcridinc was givcn intravcnously to the rabl)it, it shows a clcfinitc distrihution in the brain and particularly conccntratcs to the caudatc nuclcus, However, nothing is known wLat kind n-, A•„ A,_A --- A..P . ~ 5 . A- 4 7- -cstuncd that pipcridinc (and pyrrolidinc also) might )lc an cndogcnous synaptotropic substance as I;ulcr (10) and Abood (9) had `, /. • . 11 1 . • • a
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t ,i z f. CFifsiI5TRY LE?TERS, P.%Cll-7D-~, 1974. Publ ished by the Chemical Society of Japan 74 III }:o SYNTFIESES OF FURANS AND ~L'~,JFROM ACYCLIC 1,3-DIE EN S t1 SYN1'HI:SIS, OEGANIC/ / Q711 VIA 3,6-DIHYDRO-I,2-DIOYINS , 'Kiyosi KONDO and Masakatsu MATSJMOTO Sagami Chemical Research Center, Nishi-Ohnuma 4-4-1, Sagamihara, Kanaqawa 229 Base-catalyzed isomerization of 3,6-dihydro-1,2-dioxins followed by dehydration and the isomerization in the presence of primary amines provide useful, high yield routes to furans and pyrroles, respectively. RRGCen~~r~,cp .h~yi~fvT- .eesr.ilaC 7~.~ `..M J~ et'. i.n*Mr ~e-"^n-~+ti~sr!:~? .• ,.. _._ • ~~ . . _.. • ~ An n no 2.a6U a
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50253 0023 Rodd, I: H ed. Clu+inis,'ry of carbon coiul,ounds; a modern comprehensi.c treatise. 11nlhterdam, New York, I:lsevier Pub. Co., 1951- v. illus. 23 cm. C.U\T}:yT&.-v. 1. pt. A. General introductlon and a1iphatic com• pounds. pt. 1;. -1liphatic compounds. 1. c_'hciuiskry, Organic. 2. Carbon compounds. ~ Library of Congress "' i53r5Gh23i tl„D:?51.RG n~- ti r1 (1 (1 9 a 6
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50253 0020 OXYGEN COMPOUNDS, RING--NATURALLY OCCURRING/CHE*tISTRY, ORGA.'vIC--SYNTIIESIS/ _ SYNTHESIS, ORGA:iIC/CARi30HYDRA'PESZ-SYNTHESIS/PROSTAGI.AAIDINS/. A1~TIRIOTICSj__. ~~~'iG~iEP7TS--SY.ITHESIS/PYRRdLES `~YiT7)ERYVATIVES/NUCLEIC ACIDS--SYNTHESIS/ QD I THE TOTAL SYI~;T~-iL'•S ISSIS VOLUME 1 2G1 ~~ • ., 19 73 OF NATURAL PRODUCTS ' 1'DDL ,Cu my JOHN ApSimon L~; Drpartmrnt of Clirnurtry Carlrton Ur.irrrsi!y, UtiuKa «'ILEY-11\TERSCIENCE, a Dicision of John Wiley & SoiLs, Inc. Ncw York • London • S~.4ney • Toronto _..- . . , . n An nrt p 0 :- , _.._.._ . . ...,,__...~-...,._..-,- r......._.._. . -
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,iibw 50253 0016 . S- PYRANOPdES/FURANOIdES/SULFUR CO"4POUNi)S/TIIIDPHENES/THIA?OLIS/O:CA7.OLES/ OXA20LIhES/PYItROLES/PYRA7.I:VES/ FOOD--ARO:tA/ ., vIII. Me.~;.79 S.P, R,1R CLASS 110. PAMPHLET VIII Me[,-79 s.p. ~ Ohloff, G.; Fla: ent, I. • (Firm-anich SA, REs. Lab., Geneva, Switz.) THE ROLE OF HETEROAYOMIC SUBSTANCES IN THE AROMA COrLpOUNDS OF FOODSTUFFS. Forsch. Chem. Org. Naturst. 36, 231-83 (1979) (in English) ~ F/}-leteroatomic compounds have an extraordinarily high odor strength ' ~ and are often j)resent in flavors in such minute traces that two decades h d d b n r1 i which have the lowest detection threshold known today,/ I certain thiols and pyrazines belong to those' oreanic ,compounds ( ere ecause t cir conccntrat~on %%as ~n ago their discovery was ~ lower than the analytical detection limit. Thus it is not surprising that , c
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50253 0025 Tyj-r01rii tjc2•].V3 -L-7 VoS"•`i3 n1GS. I TsschernQOCh. i , i C) n 4 n. n n f1 9 5 6 4 S
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I , , . ., ...,, . - . _ QD i,401 Pyr,rolzs' arkd cierivatives iSc 50253 0024 :.: CT-; T•Qtm'L`i:C 2;1TRt2ami CC',l5vir)S I'YF::C.1:S fth'A r;::.. ':::z ::a ~ . .. 434 rpgz~s n,~arthg Landacs C) 0 nA n n n ri 9 5 6 n'
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Am S0253 0033 TS 2240 *f e 1973 I;nblisli) llISSEI:TiiT IOIvS--lli:f.V;:rSITY UI' CALIPC.:N)a1/ , PYP.R01.TDINk: SL'fsST71'IITIiD NICO'tI::T:--SYt~'1'}iESIS/I:1C0'}'IPi?-L1't:L' CUii}'OU,=L~S/ . }tJR CLASS NO. 'IEM'iiUOK 7'S 2240 I•te 1973 elikian, A. P. M (Univ. Calif., San Francisco, Calif., U. S.) SIIiDY OF CO;iPOU:,i)S RELAT};D TO NICOTIfiE'. Univ. Calif., Ph. D. Thesis, San Fr.,nciseo, Calif., 151 p. (197;) (in 'She uarY• dcactlbcd in thit Gls:ert:tlon !s eoncasi%v,i vlth tho cynthozlt or r.lcotinv e:.nloLt. L~;rlt~t t.lt,l r.vbttltucntn on.tho ~ ~~:ral{G:nc rfnZ r.nd vlth t.hr rzchtn!sa of tho Yalreni:~imt' ree:renLc- . I i 1 no:,t of t.onc-!.-oxiGoa, , nA n n n n9 9 A I . .
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iE 50253 0037 f I Pyrrolidine~ nr . r. T~'L ;~-• .. . ~C +:.. :cnr.r.T~'L;~ W Som~C re:c ~- A,wS~ i ~ av1 ix .i iX1_41:.0 . V:3ivo TP r? boa ~ ..~:.~! n
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Pyr1'bll'1uillE.' E1lf:Fl1G'xCl£ S• 1rTo `~.~~~~ . 711E ~.Lr~4C,1.JJ.L1J ~i.'YIt ?hr Y~r..~. ' .`.lf. f~~~f{I i:, F'Ii:1 ~~'/' U ALP 50253 0030
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$0777-t01 TP 98 F1 19 PD dw 50253 0012 FL.AVOP,ANTS--FQ2'1lFO()D--FI.AVOP.AITTS/TOXICnLOGY=-ACL'Tf; TOXICITIES/ RCPORT DOCUMENTATION PAGE 1_RENORT NO. FI1A/BF-79/92 2. !.. Titl. and Subtitl. Scientific I,iterature Review ofl-yrrole and Related Substances in Flavor I Usage• VOL. L. Introduction & Summ3ry, Tables.of Data, Tibliogr, ~ PQr°""('~lq3tf~'',t°"?I ,!rtj2°tAd.9Stlhfacturers Association of the U. FEMA 900 17th Street Washin~ton, D.C. 20006 PB 296007 a _ S. R•wrt o~ o~to ~- ~ Janunry1979 aTy 6. Performina OrK.nllttlOn Rept. f: 10. Projnn/Tak/Work Unit No. 11. Contrat(C) or Gr.nt(G) No. (c) 223-74-2224 (c) ~ponsorinQ Or"nitstion N.m..nd Addrsss ~~ 7 17. Trpe cf Report & Period Covert "'-? FDA Final report -393 200 C Street S19 41'ushiwton D.C. 20204 1920-1978 , , , ~3! ~ 3 y This monograph contains a collection of dnta from the published litcrature fror)i ~' 1920 to date. Unpublished data from private industry files are also contained in the mono= graph. These datF cover the specific rrroup of structurally relatcd comi)ouM.h dosi i;zted in zl iW the +)•i-zw rnt,ioti: )ire data on tcxicity and metabolism, usstrre a))d naturnl This is a 159 page review containing i.~ .. _ 399a relere,~"'I ~~.A J
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4.- .}y7'rc, 1^", ti'• 4, p~. :. .LO 50253 0017 Rod:l, E II ed. Clienaistr;V of carbon can)lmnntls; a modern comprehensive treatise. Amsterdam, New York, Elsevier Pub. Co.; ]931- v. illus. 23 cw. CoNTt:NTF.-v. 1. pt. A. General Lrtroductiou and s1ip2intic coL.- hounds, pt. I3. AlipLatic compounds. 1. ChcmisU'y, Orfinnic. 2. Cnrbon compounds. QI)2S1.ItG (^ ` N 5.}7 Gl- lZ:~i~e t\.j Library of Congress jSSr'iGiiT3j t _ .,ti.. _. , n A
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50253 0026 -,.,. .•r= .. . ..,1:~-<--• . :.~,.r~.t.•... . . .. -...;*. - RJR CLASS NO. Pti•iPHLL•'T 73 IX Ta Takahara, H. ; Chu:r aa, T; Fukuzumj, T. (Japan Aionop. Corn., Ce-atr. Res. 7nst., Tokyo, Jap.) r` SIiLIFJR C0.`fPTJ:;US i~NU Nippon Nogei }:agal:u I:aishi. !i7 (No: 6) 391-95 (.1.973) (in Japanese witlr }:nglish su mmc.ry) ;...,,. •cyw•Grds:-~ ra; Chyl re: captan, suno :e, cor.stitucnt; di;nethyil su].i:ide, constituent; ethy1 i'lcrcaptun, s;,ioke, con::tituent; ehFr :i propyl sa+captan, Snn^ke, consti tuent; dieth;'l su).fi.de, smoke, cor.stituent; methional, s:aoke, constituent; pyrrole, si:iuke, consti.tuent; pyrrole, N-cict}:yl-, s:lo':e, cor.-~ti.tuent; pyrrole, ?;- c,thyl--, s a.ol:e, consti tu(:nt; I;yrrGJe, <o"ol:e, consti.tuent; r rol.c, sonro;~y]•-, sir~oe~;:, cun: t.itucnt; rl _.j n n n ri :? S 6e") . I
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QUINAZOLIhES/A7.IRIDINES/SELENIUI•S V_.CITROGEN HETEROCYLF.S/L'EIdZOCl~l~lOLINF,S/ PURINES/THIAZINES,(and their clihydro derivatives)/ PYRIDAZINES/ UYRROLIZIDIhE/ 50253 0041 aD Advances in 400 ~ Ad 1979 H.1J 1 JLiR`V C1 CLIC CHEMISTRY Volume 24 Edited by A. R. KATRITZKY A. J. BOULTON I School of Chennical Sciences Unis•crsity of East Anglia Norwich, England Academic Press • New York San Francisco r A5ubsidiary of Harcourt I3racc Jovanovich, Publishers I a , . ~ ~..~' . r ca~\I, .h~ . London • 1979 3
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'A . +~ 50253 0044 ; `; PYRROLOPYRIMIDINES/PYRROLOPYP.AZINPS/PYRROLOPYRIDAZINES/ ~ :-PYRIMIDINES/PYP.AZINER/PYRIDAZINES/THIENOPYRIDINES/TELLUROPHENE/ ~ ;y_OXAZOLONES/ISOXAZOLIDINES/CYCLOADDITION/TETRAZOLE CHEMISTRY/ ,i /,2-DIOXETANES/ i . QD 400 ` Ad ,1977 1 s~ I I , Advances in HETERO CYCLIC ~'' C~El'a/~IS~'~ A. R. KATRITZKY A Subsr!if ,srv o Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers A. J. BOULTON ~ A ~~ Volume 21 Academic Press • New York San Francisco London • 1977 t~ ~I 0 0 Q G 2 5 ' - - - - i
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~ • 50253 00.4.2 COUMARINS/C1tOLESTEROL/CARRAGEENANS/RESF.RPINE/AFLATOY,INS/ANTIBIOTICSY ~ SAFROLE, ISOSAFROLE, & DIHYnROSAFROLE/TANNI'vS/ALKALOIIIS--TOXICITTES/ PYRROLI?.IDINE ALKALOIDS/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/ RC 267 In 1976 IARC NYJNOCRAPFLS ON LVAU]hTION OF THE CARCIDK=C RISK CF CfEMICALS TO NSAN: -Same naturally occurring sUbstances Voltane 10 Vds publication represents the views of an IAPC Working Group on the Evaluation of the Carcinogenic Risk of Chernicals to Man which mt in Lyon, 7-13 OctAber 1975 a S b A; ~ . .. _~_,T . . .. .. . ~~~ ,
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. 50253 0049 . /PYRL'VATE CARB0k.r'LASE/ HORMONES--GR04.'Z`H/'TROCOLLAGEil/ MF.THYLATION, PROTEIN/ TRYPTOPHAI7ASE/ QP 601 Ad 1975 ADVANCES IN ENZYMOLOGY I!? t AA'D RfJ.ATED ARE'A.S OF MOLF.CUI.AR BlOl.OCY Founded bp r. F. NORi) Edited by ALTON AtE1STER I CORNELL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL COLLECE. NEW YJRK VOLUME 42 1975 AN INTERSCICNCE ® PUOUCATION JOHN N'ILCY & SONS Ntr YotL • London • Sydnty • Toronlo .' f% n A n•-) q h A Y
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A& 50253 0050 . PyryLium ca?rpounels--'Synthc-sis, v. 3. Z.~:ta'i+...Y~..~..t e V. ....-......_ .-. .. .5.... i, d il n n 6 2 5~-. ,, r~
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~ 50253 ~0046~s~ "~. 1 .. __..._-~. Edited by -A. R. KATRITZKY I , I ;~PYRROLOPYRIMIDINES/PYRROLOPYRAZINES/PYRROLOPYRIDAZINES/ ~ ~ PYRIMIDINES/PYPA.ZINEF/PYRIDAZINES/THIENOPYRIDINES/TF.LLUP.OPIIENE/ ! n >.OXAZOLONES/ISOXAZOLIDINES/CYCLOADDITION/TETRAZOLE CHEMISTRY/ ,.~.. ' i .:~ QD Advances in ~ /,2-DIOXETANES/ IR ETE, RO CYCLIC ? CHEMISTRY -400 Ad ;1977 1I A. J. BOULTON r A 0) Volume 21 Academic Press • New York San Francisco London A Subsidiary of Harcourc Brace Jovanovich, Publishers nnn • 1977
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a& 50253 0045 4 N :rPYRROLOPYRIMIDINES/PYRROLOPYRAZINF.S/PYP.ROLOPYRIDAZINES/ :PYP.IMIDINES/PYRfiZINEF/PYRIDAZINFS/THIENOPYRIDINES/TFLLUROPHENE/ DXTION/TETRAZOLE CHEMISTRY/ AD ;y.OXAZOLONES/IS0XAZ0LIDINES/CYCLO ;, /,2-DIOXETANES/ ~ ; 4D Advances in I a 400 °Ad J977 LI~ ~' Ci~ t ~ ~ A ~ . ~_ A~ Jl ~ i I ~ j1~/~'~~ ~~J' T ~ " .~~ ~ C JL JL~--~l~'~Rt,..i~ Edircd by . A. R... KATRITZKY s , rAVl. ~ Academic Press • A c , ~ ` A. J. BOULTON ' i Volume 21 New York San Francisco London • 1977 h ~~cidiarv nf Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, PubGshers ~ _.... .... .._. ., r• a 0 0 6 2 S 6 8
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AM 50253 0040 CbemistrY of carbon oompounds; a modbl'ri co111pre1nensil treatise. Amsterdam, 'New York, 7;lsevier Pub. Co., 1951- ~~~1c~lr,flti, V. t~ pt. K. I:o(td, .T, IAT ed. v. 111u1;. 23 cm, CoNr-:xrs.-v. 1. pt. A. General introduct(on and r(llpltat!c c•on:- pounds. pt. L.Alil,ltatic compouuds. 1. Ci,emtstrr, Organic. 2. Carbon compounds. QD251.I1'6 517 7,!brar}' of Cor:grc;S tri~l':ie}:231 51-i-Ic55; r 7 n n n2" 5 6 f~ ~I
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-N& 50253 0031 x Ma7 Py~rc,lidisie d~xiv:a~ves--Fl.:1~a;~;colc~Lol s.:~,r:f ~.. . t'E2 \ «„~ 0 w .Inn nf i > 5. o . 7 _I I
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,~. ,li, 50253 0028 '7ICOTIi:},--P,'!'I;ES1 S--T(lI~ACCG/ 1)ISSI:I;TATIO:~S--UNlVF,ItSLT"Y OF P1II<};L•SOT=~/' TS RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK 'I'S 2240 Ci 19(- 22w0 Gi 1hertson, T. J. ~ Ci (Univ. '•i; nn. , "tinnc•aho] i :/ I'inn., U. S. ) 1967 TIIE LIOSYNTi1}:SIS OF TiIEYi"KR0LIDINF, 1:IING OF MCOTINE. tiniv. ,iinn., Ph. D. Thesi"_;, 55 p. (Oct. 1967) (in Englisb) .1 . _.. . _ . . . _ _'.; 15., . .. r~ _... ._--- ~ j DL-Urn` ~thinc-•.,~_ •}C 1 nr.c? nL_oa-nit};inc-;7'_~5};•}3C1 ' I j The IdS-nrrino croup ti;ns found to be the precursor of the I ~ t:eze sYnLhe:;lzcd, nncl fed to stcrll.c root cultures of jiiootln»^. tIIt>zcu~. t;icc,`,In^ s:at, isolnted rond deFrtided. I A nitro3c•n of thr y.vrr(,]ldinc ri;ic; of nicotinc. Yossible n 4 s
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50253 0038 .,.' , ±Z.%f . I' Y: T'G! aCa.`IC S ~, `J . 4 y 111 nr ; 2,~ 1 Rodd, I. II ed. ; R Chcaiistr)• of carbon compounds; a modern comprehcnsivc ° treatisv. 11n,~utcrdcuii, New York, I'.]sevier I'ub. Co., 1951- V. Illus. 23 cm. C?oN•ir.N•rs.--v. 1. l,t. A. General Introductlon nnd alipi,;;tic cour pounds. Iit. 11. Alilihatic coml!ouuds. l. Chc!nist ry, Organic. 2. Carbon compounds. Q.ll251.hc E~~ l \ / ~ il ~'I J1-'TYt:i/J LtUrury - of Congress i5Sr5Ghq3) r
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~ 50253 0034 ' -- -~ y RJR CLASS !:0 . PA"fPHLET 1 R al ? Ca 78 XII Ca Castagnoli, N., Jr., Melikian, A. P.; Tosnati,,V. *(no affil.)* S., . :. THE SYNTHESIS OF YR~tOLIQLNk:-SUBSTITUTED . ICOTINR ANALOG lish) F .ng Jour. Pharm. Sci. 58 (No. 7) 860-63 (Julv 1969) (in .. J As part of a pro~,ram to synthesize nicotine homoloys ~ ' and analogs, the potentially versatile condrn~ation of ?-p)•ridyl I t lithium %0h a 1-pyrroline-l-oxide (cyclic nitrone) has been studied. Th-_ product, an N-hydroxynornicotine dcrivative, was ohtained i in modrrate yield and could be converted by s<sy of the eorrespond- ( ing myosmine and nornicotine compounds to the desired rem I- dimcthylnicotine homolo~. Spectral characteristics of these and i ~ eerlain side producls are repurted.__ .1 4 I .. n n .n h C 41 7 Y S
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~ VT I ; i:e6 ry rtI iUTa . 50253 0053 L!. C. Lja.°s.v. -at I in n n n 2 S 6~4 :
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AL6 50253 0051 p y t. a; ri jef t~m! ~., Cj.rirB{.f'.TC FO.Ll.IT{tiIS AND SURF,.M l.US:.UN i'r :..ti 1j:iU:s - : . :0`._ i .. r. .~_y.i V,~,. r , ._. .. ... ..,..a;.. i.,: . . l. .>m.. M: GA.1?.. EL..rM:.i._N....} b, G;::i .6 Lry:.w:,:.. - ...., e...,....._..., wm.%.w_l. ... 3 . _ y r'? i . . . T.- S t &if • U... { !.:ls Z11, 2022. . 7 (090 a t r i) d n n n n •,) r
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..-.. _ _. . _ ._-,... _. _ - • -- _...._. . . A*... 50253 0043 ftt: QD 400 Pyrrolir,idines, v. 5 Ad t•.1'',~AC~'-. ,~~ ,. J . ~ ...,~-:5:~ i.•..'~.c..`~. ~ _, ... , . .. . .. x l•1: •5~'. , t ':., ::.. .. n~ n nn h 2 5.6. 9
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A1.KI1T.nTnS--r]iFMTSTRY/AT,KST,nTnS--prIAR"•fArnt,nrY/STFRnInS & STRP,nT&--RTnSY^1THFSTS STF.Rf1TT)S ; STRRn1,S--('liR*iTSTRY/TFRpF"!nTnS/TFRpF.*TFS--SF.SnUTTF,RRR*?FS/ ; AT.KA1.nIi)S--SYNTHFSTS/PT,r,MF'NTS. XATTlRAT,/r.rtFvTSTw, nRGANT~--SYNTHFSiS/ PYRANS/PYRRnT.FS i4 nFRTVATTVFS/ni1T•Tn\'FS/r.;\Rr1TFNnTnS/pnFNnLS/ NI('nTT*IE--PHAR*TArnT.nGY/ ISnpRF*inlnS--RTnS1tVTHl:*)1.S/ A Critical Survey of Proven Methods and Their Application in Chemistry, Natural Science, and Medicine yolume 11 atural Compounds Part 3 Steroids, Terpenes and Alkaloids /SteroIds, Terpenes and Alkaloids Edited by F. Korte and M. Goto Contributions from M. thara, Sendai E R H Joncs Oxford R. A. Nicotaus, Naptes d i S N S Ch. Baununn, Giessen . . . . T. Kametani, Sendai cn a . o7oe, S. Shibata, Tokyo LW. Buehler, Aachen T. Kato, Sendai P. H. Solomon, New York R. Crouch, New York A. Kawaguchi, Sendai V. Thalkr, Oxford A. Gossauer, Braunschwcig T. Kawasaki, Fukuoka R.H. Thomson, OId Aberdeen T. Goto, Nagoya Y. Kitahara, Sendai T. Tokoroyama, Osaka & Hayashi, Hiroshima T. Kubota, Osaka K. Tsukida, Kobe K. Nakanishi, New York S. Yamamun Nagoya 5 ~ ~ ~ %~ , .,,>,: New York • San Francisco • London 197. Gecg Thicmc Publishers Stuttgart
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Aip r . 1 50253 0058 QUACKERY/SMOKING & HEALTH/SUPERSTITION/ MEDICINE--QUACKERY/NUTRITION--QUACKERY/NUTRITION--QUACKERY/ R 730 Ba 1980 THE HEALTH ROBBERS SECOND EDITION Edited by STEPHEN BARRETT, M.D. Chairman, Board ojDirectors Lehigh VaUeyCommittee Against Health Fraud, I nc. How to Protect Your Money and Your Life GEORGE F. STICKLEY COMPANY Publishers i9106 ~. n a n n:.. n ~c3 ~ S6 9 7
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.L& 50253 . IV 78 XFia NICOTTNE--PFiARMACnI.orY/'JTCOTTNF--SYNTtIFS T S / Pyrrolidine-Substitu ted •Nicoti ne .Arialo~;s: ~~~ '' Syiitliesis.-:6nd PharxnAcoloby; i J. Pharm. Sci. 59(3)'i43-4(197n) 1\'Ali1tLN IIANICINS* and ALPItI,U BURGEIt . • r r---- -- • MM 'IWs tSCatertnl may be protected by (;opyribltt Law (ntte 17 U. S. Code), Abstract [) (-)5',5'-Uimcthylnicotine (1) %~,as synthesized in one step from (-) cotinine; it had approximately 0.03 times the mouse toxicity of nicotine but did not cause the same qualitative toxic •• signs as nicotine; it stimiilated and then depressed autonomic gan- glia (anesthetized dog) and directly affected the respiratory center and the cardiovascular system. The total synthesis of 5,5ttimethyl- 2-(3•pyridyl)-At-pyrroline (V) and its 1-oride (VI) was performed. Compound V was hydrogenated to 2,2-dimethyl-5-(3-pyridyl)pyr- ~• rolidine (ll), and this was converted to its 1-propyl homolot;. Com- ' pound VI was reduced to 2,2-climethyl-l-hydroxy-5-(3-pyridyl)pyr- rolidinc (VIII). Keyphrases thesis p N4, [] Nitrc.._ Q Nicotine analogs, pyrrolidine substituted-syn- , „7rntine nnaloKS 3-PyCO(CII.),Nblel 3-PyCO(CII1,Ci\fe,NO, tt` IV ~ 3-Py--lN~~lei I{ . . . . I II ~ n-Pr VII -,...-••- -..1 A A n (1 6 _ 7 •c . + 3•Py ~N .`Ie: LH• 3•Py--~t1e; O'. OH VI .: . VIII l. (EtCO),0 2 LAH 3•Py-1NJ11e: the nitrone VI could be reduced to 2,2-dimethyl-l-hydroxy-5- f Rrr.vicP nf thr hlnrl-inaar-tinn.nr_r-cia_hhorinv mc-thvl__(3nvrirfvl)t) rrolidine(Y1U)._____-_
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50253 0032 TO?3ACC0--NICOTINE/ NICOTTNE/ 78 yill P12 M-otadinia,d iper.i.dij)~~~;~.r~;Pyridine=Alkatoids; :~ BY A. R. PINDER 1 l'~,rrolidir•.e Alkaloids A bctaine alkaloid isolated from Codahn jnrticosa and named cadabine N~•as found to be identical with stachydrine (1). Its "C n.m.r. spectrum has been analysed and signals assi~ ned.' Work on the isolatiun and structure of alkaloids fro~o Str~~pnornyces spp. continues: a new tertiary base has been found in SnePtorn~~ces strain \.~-337. It polymerized promptly at room tcmherature, but careful han~fline cnahlcd it to bc investigated by shcctroscopic and chemical rncthods, which Pc~intcd to the structure (2) (1,; ;2G7 and 307 nm, f 84 70U and 55 200. resPecti.~clv); its '11 and "C n.rn.r. spcctra have been analysed. Botohydridc reduction yicliicd a dih%.iro-base. indicating that the alkaloid contained a tertiary iniino nitrogen atom. Ilofmann degradation of the dihy~dro-base alforded (3).j N1c,N i N CQ, N M c ~ c~ n Ann nfj~ 5 b~I 1.. i The Alaklo~ds h 54-fi4 (190)
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MEDICAL ERRORS/PHYSICIANS-PATIENT RELATIONS/ 50253 0059 IATROGENIC DISEASES/QUACKERY/ R 730 Pr 1981 1! le Thomas Preston, M.L Clay Pedestal ,. A Re-examination of the 1981 ' Doctor-Patient Relationship ~ M A li x u N A r u ts L i br SEATTLE ais n. A . n, n n n_9 S. A .Q fi
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73 III tst Jourl. teni. S~.:.oc ~.•Suppl.:7t1h*~ ::' 59,.: °64)99-bU0-7 Ara 50253 0039 1158. The Strutiure an,d Retzrl,iow of Some By J. Ii. ATKINSON, R. S. ATxr.:so.,.,, and A. W. jojwsm = The spectra, particularly nuclear inagnetic res.,or.ancc spcti,tra, of the al.k-yl- pyrrolin-2-ones confirm that they contain a O3-double bond but that the t-cthoxycarboiiylp}'rrolin-O-ones have the double bond in the d4-gosition. . Several of the carlier structures suggested for the halogenation products of the pyrrolin-2-oncs have been rc••ised. A number of condensation reactions of the pyrrolin-2-oncs and of the halooenation products are desciibed. TItE structure and chemistry of the p}Trolinoneshas attracted interest for some time as tiiey 10"m the terminal rings of the bile pigments and they have been used extensi vely in s)atncses aC Li!e pigments and related compounds.l Hans Fise.=2 regarded the compounds as =-hydroxypyrroles (I) and nearly all compour.ds containing this ring system were formulated I 11. Fischer and li. Orth, "Die Chernie des P%-rro:s," Al:adunische Verlag, Leipzig, 1037, vol. 11 2`art 1. p. 621; li. Fischer and H. Plieninc;cr, Z. pht~siol. Cluui., 18,12, L'74, 231. = H. Fixher and H. Orth, "Die Chemic des 1)•rrols," 193T, w1.1, p. 124. . ~....~... - _ __._ . -~-.~...~.-.-..-_.-.-7,.~. ~.~... e ~ n,i n n n n :o5 blS,
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50253 0056 • •--' ~• Cddxfj,Ao A•p jto auti. :: TO:e-l~"X(,:I ;?'"Tt:; FL-`:I-1- C~' nr. • S {~T"j+ 'I •. S57 ~l1o ~~~.)~.i ., . ~s:...~i~ Ier.~.rJa.:.j_.i :.. e. ::CG f:C b; f Ro : e s::::bj f~ 1h ~.f Mi{ 1:t::.n. ic.~.c>.~.c .t.F.2'.t? i:0tic 7 i~Jn 1•) ~.3•,1U6 (4, g6"t) ( o a n n.. n ry 2 5 A aF; -a
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. 50253 0021 i ...__...,~_~....._t.~~__ .. ...,. ~ 1'yrx`oie5 &rid ri©rivu•c; res, v.11. " Ref . ~ Encyclopedia of chemical teclinolotiy, edited by Raymond E. TV ;9 , Kirk and Donald F. Otlvner. Assistant editors: Janet D. Scott und Anthony Standen. \ew York, Inter science En- 1 u cyclopedia t1017-: ~ ! =' v. lilus. 27 cm. Includes bibliogrnPhies. CONTENTS.-V. 1. A to Anthriuildes.-v. 2. Anthrone to carbon-arc: -- v. 3. Carbon (cout'~l) to cincl,ol,Len.--v. 4. (;ineole to c7r~atrwe.-v. ci. 1)1- to esploslves.--v. 6. Explosives (cont'd) to furfural.---v. 7. Pur- »aces to iolite.-v. 8. Jon exchange to tnetal plattng.--:'. 9. Afetal sur- face treatruent to penicillia.-v. 10. l'eutacene to polymethine dyes: - v. 11. 1'o1yois to rutin. 1. Chemistry, Techulcal-llietlonartes. x. I:irL-, Jtayntond Lller, IS)U- ed. TP9.I~.GS ( ; 060.3 48--23I rc:v'` Library o*_ Conrresa jr59dP10j .4 . ne.nn() r,;:So6 I , I
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, QA 276 Ro 1974 I . . C 'letluser~ InG i ird lc "New 1 xk t00,7 r P~• LoMon IVW2 S1Af ' Published in the USA by i AD 50253 0061 MonograAhs in apatial and Env'~ronmental aystems analysis Series editon R.1.Chorley and D.W.Harvey Statistical analysis of • spatial dispersion A.Rogers the ~-«~ •,~ ,~~-•tfi~~ qu.-~dra` meod A
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50253 0072 n 11 i 73 1 Qu PPRIDDICAL COLLECTION 1973 . Qu.af;OatvCm~+&Tfy: RM 617 Wc,6t tilcu n S.thee.t &UVi.i,ng.ton, IMno.&S 60010 n n n n 2 S 7 I 1 i
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s r:c 50253 0063 ; ~6 X ~ Lu i . ~ m~!}uHCa~'i~nnizl. Conlic::er:ce on C,:aieFer, 1965, Proc.e.edi.rc;s. 29La ~ ,~~ S.f. t... .)~..... ._._ . .. .., . ~ „ 1 O:. l..'.;i ~... . I ri;; .i7{7 ft ~ ~ 7.D ~
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V I I 1LE TUESAURUS/ WO 50253 0065 Tp Kommission der Europaischen Gemeinschaften 370 Commission of the European Communities Co Commission des Communaut6s europeennes 1979 Commissione delle Comunita europee V. l Lebensmittel • Mehrsprachiger Thesqurus < Food • Multilingual Tl~esaurus~~ &u~k"•t,. ~ Alimentation • Thesaurus Mul'cifinguo V, ~f Alitnenti - Thesaurus Multil~ i~ e A. 5 Viersprachiges Register und Mikrofiches ~Qtiadrilindual ;ndex"and Microfiche& Guv,n~a~..~ ~ Index quadrilingue et microfiches ~ Indice quadrilingue e microschede ~ K• G• Saur Munchen • NewYork • London • Paris 1979 ., Z n n r1 a 5 T t, a Al__:__~ ....
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50253 0084 a TS O,ualitata.v:: :9Cthods, V. 1. 1449 Ga Garne r, h'u2 te r. Textile Laboratory Manual by W. Garner. 3rd. ed, _ London, Heya:ood Books: New York, American Elsevier, 1966- v. tables, diagrs. 22cm. v. 1:55/-- "References":v. 1, p. 237-239. Contents-v. 1. Qualitative methods. 0 4 fl n 0 6 2- 5 7 .',) 7:
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a& INTERVIEt,'SISOCIAL SCIENCES--METHODOLOBYj MICHAEL QUINN PATTON t. I H 62 Pa 1980 PDDL t 4 t +t'4 ~ 4 tl t1 ~ G 2. S 72 ! j0 1 y~~y i~G~yF .~tiv,~ 7/~Y ~, SAGE Publications Beverly Hills London 50253 0081 L,. ~ j
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s `.• 50253 0057 . _ _. . _ _.., A TS 2240 Am 1976 SMOKINr HABITS--RELINQUISttINr,/TOBACCO--S*AOKINr.--pSYCHOLOGY/ RJR CLASS N0. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 An 1976 Amit, Z.; Sutherland, E. *(no affil.)* STOP SMOKINC FOR GOOD. Walker Co.,tJew York, N. Y., 218 p. (1976) (in English) 1,,-This approach to smoking is different: It takes the t form of a program which will enable you to stop smoking for good. This program is the end-product of years of rigorous research in the field of experimental psychology. 1 It is based on scientifically established /octs-facts about -__--_--_~v why people smoke, what they get out of it, and how th-ey can best break the habit. It has already produced the longest change in individual smoking habits in research ~ history~i ~%. :~ s^ ^;lt% ~!~ I 9 f~ I -, - ~- - -------- - 4 0 t - - ' -----s~r~
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50253 0079 CHROMATOGRAPHIC .^.NAL YS?S--GAS CH.ROMATOGRApHY! FLAVORpNTS--ANALYSIS/ESSFNCFS & FSSENTIAL OILS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPuY/ Qualilatiye,:,Analysis; of Flavor and Fragrari"e volatiles by Glass Capillary TP 958 .3 e 1981 3C . Gas Chromatography WALTER JENNINGS Deparlnient oJFood Science and Technology TAKAYUKI SHIBAMOTO Departmeni of Environmental Toxicology , , University oJCafifornia California ` / " "" '" " ' - Davis r tiew York London Svdne% 1980 Toronto San Francisco
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d& 50253 0074 CHEMISTRY, AI.ALYTIC--QttALITATIVE/ QD 101 Mc 1933 CIT .,~ .. t°AI~~~'''~~~jSls' ," Ccrtain Principles and lllethods used in Idoififyir.g Inoryanic SuLshnccs togctlicr with a Systcrizatic Sumey of the Chemistr71 nf these znatcrials . by ROY K. McALPINE, Pa.D. k . and i n. An BYRON A. SOULE, Sc.D. Ueietrrity of .1f icAiQan 'BeScn Urov 1IIe Texr Br A. B. YRF:SCOTT .nd O. C. JOIIXSO\ INEN YORI; I D. VAN NTXOS7'RA1n COMPANY, INC. ~ „'+: pOL7tTIi A\'1:\Ur. 1933 ( ; a S 7 1 I
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dip ,...-...-- - . - - - -~......~:..:.. 50253 0060 ~_ ALGAE/DIRF.CTORIES/. DfICR00RGANISMS"-CULTURE--CATALOG/FUNGI-=CATQLOtIIEt ~YEASTS--CATALOG/PROTOZOA/LICHENS/VIRUSES --ANI:tAL/VIRUSES--PLANTS/ TISSUES--CULTURE/ F.EF • Q World Directory of . 141 Ma 1972 Collections of Cultures ~ COMPILED BY of Microorgonisms S.M. MARTIN and Cm.QUADLING=.~ Nafional Research Council of Canada, ptlowa, Canada M.L. JONES and V.B.D. SKERMAN University of Oueens/cnd, Brisbane, Australia .. ._..._..._.....„ ._..... _, „ 11fiED BY S.M. MARTIN and V.B.D. SKERMAN FOR THE WORID FEDERATION FOR CULTURE COLLECTIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MiCROBIOIOGICAI SOCIETlES .~ . ..._.. ..._-_ .~ .......___,. _ _ _ _ _ n .. An_ n.-n __n . ~~ _S _. b,_9 9 - --- - _ _ ~- _ ~
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, 2 'fZUADRATIC EXTRAPOLATION AND:A~:RELATED- ~'T~S'P..OF.d1YI'OTii%ST~St, A. DE LA GARZA Union Corbidt Nuckor Company, Oak Ridge, Tennesua This paper discusses a problem in the spscing of observations in quadratic regrrFsion for most precise extrapolation. Let E(y;) Aa•}tlz; -}-yz;. The y, are uucorrelated obscrvations With variance V.; the x, are controlled. The problem answered is: at which z-valuee in a EpcciGed interval (zc, zu) Fhould N observations y., i- 1(1)N, be t-~ken so that for a(>zu (or (<zc) the lenst equaree estimate of c-}-8E+YE' hns niini- mum varinncel It is shown that the obrcrvatious are located at xr„' (zt-}-rrr)/2, and ze. The distribution at these locations as a function of E is given. These results arc also useful in dc:igning eaperimentn for testing the hypothesis of a quadratic relation versus that of a linear relation. ' ~ 50253 0062 i-~- , Amer. Stat. Assnc. 51,54~i-9(19 i~) E - j 73 III Fa -7R 1. IIr'TRODL'CTION AND SUAtAiARY r . I 4i n .~ ANII:L and Tiecrema [2) have discur..ed problems in the spacing of obsen•a- D tions in lincar regression for most precise linear extrapolation and slope estimation. In this paper we extend some of their results to quadratic regres- sion. We make use of Elfving's work [4) on optimum allocation in linear re- gression theory. Due to the simple treatment pos.silrle in the particular case of quadratic regression, we re-derive some results wItich are special cases in F.if.-inv'a nnrlr _ . ,1 n ^ n_ - tt ~ . 1n..~ r„ 1~. ~.t aT. t. ~,a t ~ . ,. - . - 4 r 4
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a':' 50253 0068 .r~-,° ~ - a!b ° ~ ,~ KIN >~~lJ~~'!f~ { 'h~a;~i~iL~M~JI;~ ri,> ~u~~ ~ ~ ~ , u _ ~ ~~ I~ --7 Z' Vqs i CMA,~ 7 11 F By J. L Huntcr id t P en res ond Rr A. ¢uudt ~ J . i 17 .r 1 .• t h - D F reseorc or o irec & development L:., 1 /ltuminum Div., Hunter poug!os Corp. Riverside. Corif. h t th i i d Confinuously cost aluminum bar I x 7 in., cut to 55 ft lcngfhs, is hot-rol{ed into sirip for venetion e ng a mm gc fr bGnds without scalping or e . •__Niu.#..r n.,ef..t,., r...., Q:......:.7, r,.cr f;osfinq a n n fj a 5 7 O 7 ~ :
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ai& 50253 0069 PEPPERS/ ` (t2) Kc~.!jtcs_, 1971. Vo!_ I_I, r 2• 9-'-97. XX MeF-D-3M-73 EFFECTS OF SOIL IIOISTURE AND \' fTROG1:N LEVEL ON THE PUNGENCY OF 13ERi:rES OF ~ ,l _ ` i C11PS1CL:1I fl4"vl`; UUf:7 L. ~~~cttoYli~'~- . N • • • ;..;.. Fatnl:d di Sciirize Ai'rarie deil'L:r.it•erutd di Tcrinn, Ilalia Reeeived tG Sc, tcmber 3070 n_1r S C: ` ', I.4RY ........ . 3 . . Potted plants of pepper (CQpsirrm ar.nuum L., cv. 'Piccante di Caicnna') t+ere used to test what effects and nitro-cn dret-sin- would have on the yicld of fruits at,d on the pungcl:c,' (capsaicin content) and dry matter of the berries. Two levcls ofirl:,,;ation and t«-o o.`r.i,roscn fcrtilizatiunwere c:+mparcd in a 2 xz factorial drsi,-n t~ah io ret'.i~ i:ns. Nitrooen scelncd to have no c?Cfi;.iie ir.1uellce on the behav;uur of the plant-:d i,ria~t:nn.f:nc~ural;l~ a^'cctcQ thc ,•'rc-'uction of fruits; the c::ps^IGIl :nd dry c were IC,-arr in tthe plants must irrioatcd. n n. nrj,n a. S 7.~~ iy . i . ~
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mi50253 0077 , F.ef T}' 9 ric I Queltt.ativc Analysis, v.17. ba7.Cl~'. :.7 VGa.F:. td4V. ,4.lJ-L1 :1 3 T:ook co. ?1YIc:v . tl d ri n n r1 •~ S 7~
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i QD 271 Ka . ..,._-.:_- ~KT..~ ...~ ` . +u.a..~ .~ ...-. a.-....` ~..~.J J X, I{amm, Oliver, 1888- Qualitative organic analysis; an elementary course in the identification of organic compounds, by Oliver Kamm ... 2d ed. New York, J. Wiley & sons, inc.; IAndon, Chapman & Ilall, limitcd,1932. fa, 311. p. Illus., tables (1 fold.) diagrs. 23J cm. Folded table mounted on er,d lining-paper. 1. (3llemistry, Organic. 2. Chemistry, Analytir-Qualitative. i. Title. QD271.Ii3 1932 547 32-2;iCa1 Library of Congress l 152hi) n A n n n n-.?. 5 7 __t~ 4
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78 III Re2-79 rdur. 1`Iarketing 7, 104-5 (Feb. 1970) f~ large-Samples$ rQ~~~~dly~ss~`o TECHNIQUE The technique to be described here for calculatin; principal components of large correlation matrices rest on a theorem in matrix al;ebra which indicates a duaiir, between the person-by-person correlation matrix an, another square matrix with only as many rows an. columns as the number of items. Symbols to be used ar, Q analysis, the foctor analysis of person-by-person correlation matrices, be- eomes unmanogeoble with large samples. There is, however, a one-step approach for eomputing principal components of the matrix of correlations among an un- limited number of individuals, so long as the number of response items is limited. INTRODUCTION . In recent years there has been heightened interest in finding ways to group persons into homogeneous "mar- ket segments." One technique frequently used for this purpose is Q analysis, the factor analysis of person-by- person correlation matrices. Although one is frequently interested in analyzing responses of thousands of indi- viduals, no computer presently available is able to deal directly with a problem of this size. Even if such a machine were available, the cost of factor analyzing a correlation matrix of, say, 10,000 rows and columns would probably be prohibitive. Approaches which are used often involve analyzing subsamples of respondents described in the following definitions: Let: N be the number of persons. n be the number of items (n<N). X be the N by n matrix of raw data. R be the N x N correlation matrix among person> , Z be the N by n matrix obtained by subtractin_ or it, n.irtitiaqina the, problem into subp{ n n 2 5.6 9 are therefore not unique. 4 squares of one. Then R= ZZ'. I be the identitv matrix of order it. 50253 0055 RICHARD. M. JOHNSON * each person's mean from that row of X an( then resealing each row to have sum ol
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78 III Pe Industr~z[l. Res. 12(4)50-2 (1976 By- James Peden This success has been achieved because of its compact sorting ions according to momentum. size, light weight, and relatively low cost. And also be- In addition, the quadrupole uses strong focusing tech- cause the quadrupole has a unique ability to detect ions niques (ltat permit ions injected with transverse energy to and neutrals from a variety of sources. be transmitted. The quadnipolc providgs greater sensitiv- All these factors play an important role in the quad- ity because virtually 100% of the desired ion stream in- rupole mass analyzer's use :n residual gas analysis, partial jected into 'the filter may be transmitted under certain pressure analysis, molecular beam detection, combined operating conditions. gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, general mass spec- In practice, however, the ideal quadrupole cannot be irometry, and even to particle measurement in the upper constructed. It would require infinite hyperholic surfaces atmosphere. and perfect voltage control and st,ibility, which are some- 7?te quadrupole mass spectrometer is capable of stick- what difficult to achieve. Even the machining of hyper- ing its inquiring finFer into many interesting areas-clec- bolic cylindrical surfaces proves to be a difficult and ex- tron microscope stages, automobile exhausts, and even mon- pensive task. In most instruments, cylindrical poles are itoring the breath of patients as a medical diagnostic tool, used to approxinmatc the required hyperbolic fields in tht Idcally, a quadrupole consists central region. of four electricaily-conducting,, ; .. parallel, hyperbolic surfaces in i tvhich o---- •- - t r t n_. a n n n ti ') c; 7- A good approximation is at- forded by four circular rods of t- , H>;"QtI,~RU~'.0`t:~,4AS9 ANALYZet~as left its enrlicst ions are separated according to their e jm (charge f mass) application far behind. ~Fiom its early use as an ratio, the instrument is not restricted to detection of mono- isotope separator, quadrupoles now have moved cnergetic sources. In this rcgard, the quadrupole is superior into all phases of mass spcctrometry. to magnetic instruments, which achieve mass separation by
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a50253 0066 78 ri1 S_a, ~•~~i~L~,_tec~~i~:~l:~gy.~~r~d u iuss s.~•a~~~~~t~y received 15 Juty 1971 J J Ylnon and F S Klein, Weimaan Institute of Science, Isotope Department, Rehovot, Israel The quadrupole mass spectrometer has gained in recent years much popularity due to favourable characteristics, such as high sensitivity, fast mass scan, small size and especially ease of operation. The principles o(operation are discussed brie/ly. Some o(the applications in chemistry and physics and irr Vacuum technology in particular discussed are : partial press ure measurement and leak detection in high vacuum and ultra high vacuum systems; thin Tim and electronic components production cont,•ol; pressure standards testing; and automatic process control. • J `~ 1. Introduction c During the last few years the usc of thc quadrupolc mass filtcr ~ first dcvclo{kd by Paul er nf'-', has increaSrd considerably. Its ~~ pcrformancc has bccn improvcd, so that it has cvolvcd from a ;~ low r;~sohftion gas unilyzcr into a rnulti-purpow mass spcctro- " .meter. t Thc quadrupolc mass filici has proved to be a valuable tovl in ~ vacuum technology as a residual r~ gas analYzcr and as a leak rnntluC a11alYllcal n17S5 sPectroSI:CICr nA n n n o :), 5 7 n=~ uppcr atmost.hcrc rccearch ac a lugniy sciuiuvL• ...,. .....,. „•.- -
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' a ..._.~...~--_ .L. . ..rrr.__ ....r._,._ 80 II Po S.P. 7onj6ZcG~ 7? >C --1,e~ r-4Z c.L -2 C f ) i y/ i (I c/ 5 S-z ) QUA•KER OATS CO. OFrERS ELECTROSTATIC CLEANING MACHINE FOR USE IN CORN ~i v%MTt#Wj!*.Compan rLrecently of- -_ __,- fcrec to maicc available to the mill- ing industry on a licensc basis a new prnccss it has dcvclnpcd for remov- ing additional impuritics from corn. The process achieves a degree of cleanlines- in corn milled products nevvs before possible, the company said. E. D. Andrews, vice president in ch:irge of mechanical research of the company ir. Akron, Ohio, and his as- sistant, T. £. Stivers, explained the process at a press conference in the Blackstone Hotel in Chicago. They said it has been installed in all Quaker Oats corn mills. It is an ad- ditional step to conventional proc- csses for separating foreign matter and impurities from corn. v~....~_. .._._. , . - ~ ded n n n n ? ^ chincs in plants, including those of competitors. It will retain titlr to the machines and charge an ins-tallation fee and a royalty of thrcc-fourth:, of a cent a bushel on grain processed. The installation fee would be about $20,000 for a machine in a mill equipped to clean 500 bushelm an hour E : ~ Andrews asserted the company had ari investment of neaily one mil- lion dollars in the development of the process. Electroatatic Separation Electrostatic separation involves charging thc materials to be sepa- rated with varying amounts of elec- tricity and deflecting them into bins according to their different charges. It has been used for years with min- erals and ores. ,
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50253 0080 '• ~D Qtlalit,titi-o annlysis by spot tests, iilorgtunic and or=;s;i.iL ahl~lie•jtiot,-:, l)y Fritz F^ih1 ... 3d, completely re~~., X:n~lis'i cd., trnnstsited by 12alpl, E. Oesper ... Now York, 1lmster- d:uu, F.lsevier publishing company, inc., M.G. xcl, 671! p. illus. 23$ cm• "The truns!atk,n of tLe earlier eAltian «•ae entruste-9 to Dr. Jcn" Afntthews; much of this rendition of Dr. I'e1g!'e text survives here."-•- Yref• Itibltography : p. 4S:>•'-f95. 1. (•liPiristry, Annly!Ec•-'Qnnlitattve. 2. Spot tests (ChemiF:try) t. Alt;tthews, Janrt Wururil (Pt•o,vn) tr. it• Oesper, Eulph I:4%sarG: 1S3i3- tr. QD811+453 1946' j 544.9 4i-653 ~~ - LILr;iry of Congress i 53u21 Feit;l, 'l1'S~r1 C .. ~~ .• . R+V UY'ga 1. C °ax . ~.. _ , -~. s . . .. .o.~., n e n n n 6 io. S. 7 1 9
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80 II Po S.P. a cent a bushel on grain processed. The installation fec would be about $20,000 for a machine in. a mill equipped to clean 500 bushels an hour ~ ~ ~? GC l}S--z QUAKER OATS;'. Ca.._4FCERS ELECTROSTATIC ~ 'G CLEANING7 MACNiNE FOR JUSE I 'IN" CQRN * ` : chines in piantq, including those of competitors. It will retain title to the machines and charge an installation fee and a royalty of threc-fourth:, of Quaker Oats Com an recently of- fcro to makc availablc to the mill- ing industry on a license basis a new prncess it has developed for remov- ing additional impurities from corn. The process achieves a degree of clcanlinesR in corn milled products ncvcr before possible, the company said. E. D. Andrews, vice president in ch,ir,;c of mechanical research of the company ir. Akron, Ohio, and his as- sistant, 1'. E. Stivers, explained the process at a press conference in the Blackstone Hotel in Chicago. They said it has been installed in all Quaker Oats corn mills. It is an ad- ditional step to conventional proc- esses for separating foreign matter and impurities from corn. Physics Principle Apolied 0 4 . n 0 .~ ~~ ~ S 7 I n i t I E . . ~ Andrews ' asserted the company had ari investment of nearly one mil- lion dollars In the development of the process. Electrostatic Separation Electrostatic separation involves charging thc materials to be sepa- rated with varying amounts of elec- tricity and deflecting thein into bins according to their different charges. It has been used for years with min- erals and ores. i
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t .,.• . . . . Norda,ann, .;.:seph'~, d,._~ "qUAI~IiAi"tVE, TESTIt7G•`~A:~D- Iti0R0ANIC.w~:~ CfM•iXSTRY., - 1957 ` John Wiley & Scns, Inc. 4 P8 pa'g -_ s Neco York 50253 0096
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t '6 50253 0078 r Fiaeo-kasa and War:-:,~a C. Yns,RKn~~~ ?t•rl nr,1. 1947 553 pwgec licnr-~t IIa? ;: F•r.n : u. l7rA York 0 -r. . i n. d n n n rl 2- S 7 1 7
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tl MARKETING RI:SF.l1RC}I/ 9_ I HF 5415 Am 1976 rPDDL by: Danny N. Bellenger Georgia State University Assistant Professor Kenneth L. Bernhardt i . lftatve _ ~~ Georgia State University +- ~,;, FAssistant Professor ` Jac L. Goldstucker Georgia State University Professor . .a A. 50253 0094". American Mark¢ting Association Monograph Series -#3 ' l a A n n c~ la ~ ti n _ ~ - < ' ~DIX `~..0 p ~"I 222 SOUTH FtfVE:FtS~D EFtS~DE PI A7qD. CHICAGO, ILLWOIS U.S.A. 60606 (312) 648 053(i , y ~,~ c . 5', , " -C,,
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E 50253 0102 TP 370 Go 1974 PUDL COM?UfER EYI,LUE,1 IO'i OF GAS Cif{ 0!'JtTOGPPr'ii:C FROFILES FOR THE CORRELkTIV OF C;UA_t1TV DIFFEREItCES III COLU PRESSED URDdiGt OILS. University of Nouston, Ph.O., 1974 Chemistry, analytical GOSTECtilk. Gary Frank, 1944- ~nnnn ;o.S%4 i
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` TOBACCO--RRrEDIi';C--Ai.KALDID CONTF.NT/,i, 50253 0088 TOBACCO--GENETICS--ALKALOII)S/TOBACCO--ALKAi.OIDS--DETER.'yIINATION/ CItROrtATOGRAPtt IC A.wALYS IS--TOIIACCn ALKALOIDS / P.T,. CLA.SS ~0. PAI~THLET VI To 79 S, P, ~ Sisson, V. A.; Saunders, J, A, VI To-79 (U. S. IleP. ACr. ; S1;A-AR, Tobacco Lab., L'el tsville 'td. , U• S. ) S.P. ~'nL'AI.I~'A'rIV~;-;Ai~ll,:U't'AHTITATIin;~f•~11:KALOIn;SCRI;C`tINC OF~TH1; L'SDA;TOBACCO. ,I`:T~',()- DL'CTLO::S Ll' 1tIfat Pri F()F.:~~`;CF I.IQL'ID"I;~II;~O`UTqGTAPt:Y: i Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 33rd, tape, Lexington, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 197;'; - (in ::n£lish)_ _ The Tobacco Introduction (T.I.) collection offers a valuable source of germplasm for breeding work to alter levels of certain chemical constituents in tobacco leaf and smoke by genetic techniques. Procedures for the qualitative and quan- titative analysis of thr major tobacco alkaloids using high performance liquid ' chromatography (HPLC) were developed and alkaloid profiles were determined for a11 entries in the T.I. collection. Dried cured leaves were ground and a 0.5 g sample extracted in sodium phosphate-citrate buffer (pH b.018and filtered. The , filtrate was subjected to HPLC using a Water's u-Bondapak C column with a Imobile phase of 40% methanol and 0.2X phosphoric acid buffered to pH 7.25 with ttiethylamine. The four major alkaloids, nicotine, nornicotine, anabasine, and ' anatabine were quantified. This technique can be used for alkaloid determina tion on homogenized green leaves. HPLC when coupler with an automatic injector is amenable to large sample.numbers as encountered in this screening or would 1 ( oceut in a breeding program. A wide array of alkaloid profiles were found among, +LLL...... the T.I. entries. The use of this germplasm for developing tobacco cultivars ~ ~ vlth a desirable alkaloid composition will be discussed. ' . i •. n 4 n,n n 6 2 5 7 a7 . , i
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~ .~. .__. ...__. .. ~_ ._._..., .. _ ._-._ -_r...___, .-..r._ . _.. . _..~t~ w.....~.-.-Y~ • . ... _.. r.~. Il y~. ~ . _f. . . ' " . &50253 0082 ~'- ~'OBACCO--RESINS/TOBACCO--FLAVOR_ ItND. ODOFj~'OBACCO-_-NEUT.R~AL FRACTIONS/ . 74 VI Se RJR CLASS NO. PA:'~IPHLF:T 74 VI Sc • Semenova, N. I.; Chenikov, V. V.; Shapovalov, L;. N. (Krasnodar Poli.Cekh. Inst. Y,rasnodar USSR) , ., QUALlTATIY.8.'.1:VALUl,TION OF._i':1E .2JfiUTl:AL FRACTION 0F. TOP,ACCO WSI\S1. Izv. Vyssh. Uchcbn. Zaved. Pishchev. Tekhnol.. 49, 1GG-G£f (1973) (in Russian - co:r.j)lete English translation available) ~ *Ke},xaords:* acids, cured, constituent; amphoteric compounds, cured, constituent; bases, cured, constituent; phenols, cured, constituent; neutral compounds, cured, constituent. *1974, No. 10, W 4164* *d* Tobacco chemistry: n A n n n r+ ~~ 7? I I
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a6 50253 0087 r 7 ~ '~SCn~:N3'TI~IbS,~.z7; ANb , t.n.C.(")G11,~ Jr Schneider, Frank I. ]90Et- Qualita.ive orhflnic microanalysis; cogmition and recogit?- tio;i of carbon compounds, by Frank L. Schneider. Now York, Academic Prc~., 1964. xl, Cti33 p. 25 cm. Jllblio.graphs: p. 12J51-S(Kf. , ~ { + i l. Chemlstry, OrganIc. 2. Chemistry, Anslstle--Qualltuttve. 8. Dllcrocliemistry. i. Title. [QD271] 547.3,'153 G4-lii7180/CD Printed for Card Dlv. Y.lUrary of ConSress 121 n_. A t>~ n r~ ~?,t"j 7.'~.. f~ .
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A& 50253 0098 \'iTrUillv Ed :r,/ ItI:IlIY1'1"/.UR IN"1•C}:i':ATIONAL.}:N 'LEI"iSClil:il"f FOh VITAn}}N- uNU }:}tN1Cill:uNCS}•OKSC}IUNG NY.14 TP QUALITY ChITIs"I:..lc UF' FOODS 370 Dr R I }~~Nq•i 1974 ..r D-L-R-NIAHR UNG VON rhor.l,r.P1}lL.cr;;~:G rhUBAC}IEk UN}) 1'1:UP.1)K.N1iU.GCIN'1'11LR 1:1"l %P.I, VERLAC }IANS II UI9i:F ItER N STUTTGA}:7' 1S'I 1:N I n. • n
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50253 0091 ~~~~°d' tQY,S Qtt:f?.k'J,:'xIi'E }.'?D KUAti7af.iI±'.~'~. Dr3Ui{IilhAXi0i3 0F CAiiG:;i.l.GZValC Iii~~3i.C1CkRBt'1~IS. C:}.S.:rto Annly4?qu~T 50 (tio. 1) 3-17 (1968) ~-,....-, i i' n f' '4 C 7 I
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Re).~:tiorislri-P of Znstr:nent C : olor 1;oasurements to Sonie Quality Zn.d.i.ce.: :. Fluo--cur. ed. Tobacco 50253 0101 ~ SPI?PtiCT:R 'riICI~F,l, i"R-t2 jR A fi.he:as sub:°stted to the Faculty of North Carolina State Collei~,e in partial ful fil.Lnent of the require:f!ellts for the de;;ree of Dc,ctor of Ytu.losop)iy in the Dr.p:kArient of EK-pe1•irnental. Statistics. V n An n nn :~. ; 741 c)
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FOOD--QUALITY CONTROLJ aro 50253 0115 Q 370 `~ MANUALF FOR Ar7 1931 0 FOOD~ PROCESSORS ~ AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF BAKING 1213 Bakers Way Manhattan, Kansas 66502 ,• Copyright, American Institute of Bakino, 1980 ( Materials contained herein cannot be reproduced without the express written permission of the American Institute of Baking
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50253 0109 TS I 156 ~ Cr 1979 MANACFafENT--PLANNING/QUALITY ASSURANCE/ i F i T 1, - ~IITY ~ Philip B. Crosby ~ McGraw-I iill I3cok Compuny E3 ~ .L New York St. Louis San Francisco Auckland Bogota UussefJort Johannesburc, London Madrid MeLICO ~~ ~ Montreal New Oelhi Panama Paris ~ .1 L l `~..~.~; .~ Sao Paulo Singapore Sydney Tol.yo Toronto The Art of Making Quality Certain 0 ~ (1 n n (i 2 S I 4 ,~ `ot' I r,,( w `/ 1 I
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50253 0171 f ENVIRONMENTAL A10NITORIti'G/AIR--POLLUTION--,~tE~ASURI:'tE*dT/ .. I RA 576 Am 1979 t and March 11-14, 1979 Crand Hotcl New Orl,rans, Louisiana THE TECtMCAL COUNCIL of THE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL ASSOCIATION- Q4 fl n Q6 2 S 7__'.; ti A SPECIALTY CONFERENCE ON: f UA~i.~ITy' ASSURANC_Et. A I R"POLCUT"I ON `'t4E71SUttEMENT EDITED BY THE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL ASSOCIATION SPONSORED BY THE LOUISIANA SECTION I
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~ 0089 CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--QUANTITATIVE/ 50253 •/Ct,ROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--LIO,UID CHRO:VSATOGRAPHY/ QD VMcir'air, Harold M. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ.) 271 Blacksburg, Virginia Mc h#RINCIPLES OF HIGH PERFORhiANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-Program LC-101) / (1977)(48 slides + 1 cassette) rINSTRU23ENTATION FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROr.ATOGMPHY--Program LC-102 (1978)(52 slides + lcassette) ~ ~/COLUMN SELECTION IN HIGH PEP.FORMANCE LIQUID CIL?0*L4TOGF.APHY- Program LC-103 (1979)(48 slides + 1 cassette) YAM Za`:Dm:Irz LC-104(197E) (45 slides + 1 cassette) Training Program, SAVANT Sloane Audio Visuals for Analysis & Training P. 0. Box 3670, Fullerton, California 92634 1 liLt.if-d. , 71 iJ U ) n e n n n r.& Cf. t` '~~~ u
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, LrXI~ Pa ; 50253 0107 yffect of curing. (Cjrd 2) ¢ '. ;`: ~ gI>: S S J. ~: / ll1. ~:/ll C+~. a ~.: ~.. 5...,9 t %: i C-:a t.,:' .1 ~ ; . ~ . . • • ».... .--.e. .~-aoT._...,.s+,.-~...~....+ n.+ n n n n 2 5 7 4 6
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50253 0100 iLuu li ~;~ . ! I3riickner, 1lermann. Die biocltrmie des tabaks tuid der tahtikverarbeituug mit beFonderer beriicksichtiruno, der chemischen (ualitiasbe:±:rn- mung. %ugl^ich cin beispiel der natUrlichen veriindcrun~; und metl,odisclten untersuchuno pflanzliclrer genuss-. Ize;l, und t uttermittel bei ihrer ge1~•innun~, ~•ersirl~eitun~; und anfhe«•al~• runti. Von dr. Ilcriuattn I3riickner ... Berlin, I'. Parey, 19sG. .11, 9-1f, )). illus., aiugrs. 237Im. IilLlio;;raphicsl toot-untes. n An n nri , S 73 4"
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50253 0076 .& P. DtJRR alimenta 19 167 - 170 (1980) XX,MeF- -404-81 FUNDAMENTALS OF SENSORY EVALUATION OF FOOD. II. THE QUALITY OF JUDGES. Grunlagen defir ier~sori9chen Beurteilung von Lebensmitteln II. Die Qualitat~d~s. Prufers ~ Eidg. Forschungsanstalt frir Obst-, Wein- und Gartenbau, CH-8820 Wadenswil/Schweiz 3.1. Anforderungen an den Priifet .1.1.1. Allgemeines Weiche Anforderungen sind an die Leistungen des in der sensorischen Analyse eingesetzten Priifers zu stellen? Es sind im wesentlichen die gleichen, die an diejenigen eines x-beliebigen Messinstrumentes gestellt werden: gute Re- prod uzierbarkei t der Messwerte im Verhiiltnis zur Dis- kriminierfahiQkeit . rl.c 0 ~ ~ ~ tJ `1 0 -~•!utce Schwellenwerte, hohe Sattigungsgrenze und nicht vor- auch auch zur Schulung, werden regelmassig Tests mit bekann- ten Proben durchgefuhrt, z.B. bekannte Konzentrationen bei Intensitatspriifungen, Rangordnungspriifungen oder zwischen den Proben. Bei der Prufung auf Reproduzierbarkeit von Einzelwerten ist zu beachten, dass jede sensorische Beurteilung einer Probe von der Beurteilung der unmittelbar vorher gereich- robe abhangt. Dieser unvermeidbare Fehler des ~ vertes wird beim Einsatz einer Gruppe und einer ~ cuiaingen Reihenfolge der gereichten Proben ausgemittelt. Nur die langfristige Beobachtung der Leistungen eines +
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y/rl~ jV r r 14. .~- ~•- ~ AS ~..cfaE.+ir -• L~n4-r;~ ~ON~`Rv~,.~ND~/STR~~~ PKo~FSt Co~T ~ P v.~v~~v .~aar' ~ n n srrie.c im Managenren! ~ the definitive work on rs sn Action ~nt 'rofit: a businessman's guide of Computer Systems n t , . ; anabing to ac1~7~,~~c t/~ ' quality and r~liability by Frank Nixon, C.B.E. I 50253 0103
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RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK RA 576 Un ~ 50253 0113 U.S. EnvironMental Protection Agency,Research Triangle Park, NC. 4&**W6.-VOL. (1976), PRINCIPLES; VOL, 2 (1977), AMBIENT AIR SPECIFIC METHODS; VOL. 3 (19B?) , STATIONARY SOURCE SPECIFIC hiETHODS. Vol. 3 revisions dated Jan. 1980, 1981, i982 U.S. EnvironMental Protection Agency,Research Triangle Park, NC. (IN : ENG, ) ISN = 3763 o4nnn6 is7 '; ----------- - -- I
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„~ 50253 0105 -- 'r~;:.;,;,,,,E.'L9~rl.EsL:.iE ~ JUNE MC - EE3 tUi301 !~ ~~~- -?ss P . JOtJRNAL OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL ENGfNEERING DIV{S-31ON CONSUMERS N~tA.TFR QUh.LI:'Y ~NTJEX f•;W.`~ J3y Thomas M. Walski' and Frank L. Parker,2 bt. ASCE fKrr.ovucnoN I Until recently, the most fundamental procedure for describing the quality of a body of water was to assip,n to it an adjective such a•s clear, muddy, foul, etc. Such a, procedure, while dcsirable in its simplicity, lcaves u great deal to be desired in iis riEor and reproducability. Therefore, !:cientists have substituted, in place of these descriptors, measurements of specific characteristics ^r ~ribe watcr qunlity. Paramctcrs
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TD - ' 7 ~ 50253 0117 i' ENVIRON;iENTAL MONITORING/WASTE WATER--ANALYSIS/(, Un 1979 QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNIQUES/CHE.`IISTRY, ANALYTIC/ I~ i3ATER--HAIALYSIS/ IJ• ^cL./rItNT'S ACCESSIOMNO. EPA-6oo/4-79-019 _ 1. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Nand4ook for Analytical Quality Control in Water andtMastewater Laboratories +. AUTMOR(S) Editor: Robert L. Booth, EMSL-Cincinnati %. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS SA,titE AS BELOW 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Environmental Monitoring and Support Lab,'- Cinn, C~i Office of Research and Development U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 15. ~ Project Ofti cer: rcoqerP c PDU{~zLll ~~~~rS--C71 ~,%L 5. REPORT DATE , March 1979 issuing date G. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE I 8. PERFORMING ORCANIZATION REPORT NO. 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 1BD801 ~ i 11. C~:,f: T i:.'.CT/~Q.AN T.CT/~Q.ANT NO. V In house t:3. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVEREC Final 11`. S.'JNSORING AGENCY CODE rFA/600/OG ~ ~ i6. ASSTHACT a
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IL?H CLASS T.'0, i'Aifi'HLF,T 75 hIl Sin 50253 0104 Smit}acnian Sci_e,icc. Irforami~aon I:;:chanl;c, Incorpo: ated, Washington, c., U. S. T4BACC4 :LMIACi:?1MI1.' AS ?tET 1TED TO rnM'.CCC QUt;.T,3TY AND INIrih7 Ii.?ALTH. Snithso»±an Sci, Jnl orn;. Excha:ige,`Znc., 1w:;earch Project ES03Y, not numbcred (r:a.,= 1.975) (in Enbllsh) X19%`, No. 21, VI 71;31x i:d* Tobacco chenistry; . < .. ~~
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~1 276 A G.1i'L1.it,y cer}:,ro1. AM 50253 0123 pt"!°l.: tiii_.a ~~~y.:.'~ r , i. . r, ~ n n t~ rt 2 S 76,-:
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50253 0122 ; VI _. . . , , . ~ xm ' i S . ,. __....-..~,.y- Imbras E, QUAL12Y AID CH:IffC AL C0i-.rCSITION OF TO}3,;COJ. Literature citr.tion only. . :~,:--- w_ rn nfl r1 ~j C.7_.. fi ~ . I
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50253 0127 tx.C::Il?.tf ci::itrCll. ~+ Browrdee, henw:th Alexandar, 1:1if3-.' :c76 Industrial experimentation. 4thAmericnn ed. "N't.•Nv 1 or`:, B Cheinic.,il Pub. Co.,1932, , 194 p. ilIus. ~,I cm. 1. Diathematicul statlJtics. i. Title. QA27 G.L'7G 1952 311.2 53-18 31 ; Ltbrnry of Congress 112j n t? n n n r: 1 S.7 ~~,:
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d& 50253 0114 _ , ~ . . .._ .. - _ a...~~._ _........~,._....~. FOOD•--PACKAGING--MATFRIALS/ ,- XX MeF-H-700-73 fyoUStf'Y~~ ~ ' Food Ind. 3 373-415(1972) Qual. Contr , . ; MAE-GOODWIN ThR\'GC.^ and C. L- SI•fiITHb ' CoatJ'incnlal Can Company, lirc. 1 1. Introduction 373 I 2. Gencral Quality Considerations of Packaging Materials .. .. ,. 376 A. The Value of Quality vs. thc Cost of Quality -, 376 i I3. Dcfcct Definitions and Quality Standards-Joint Effort of Fabricator and User 379 C. The Spccification of Quality for Pacl:aging Materials ., „ .. 380 I). Quality Rating of Packaring Material Suppliers „ „ 382 3. Quality Characteristics of Specitic Packaging Materials 383 A. Rigid Containers 383 B. Semi-Rigid Containrrs 399 . C. Flexible Cc~ntaincrs and Pacl:aging Materials 394 1). Container Closures „ ~ 396 4. l.egal Restrictions and Regulatory Requirements fo- Food Packaging M i l ater a s .. , ., „ ,. 397 S. Sampling ]ns{~cction S~•stcros for Incc+ming Packaging I~Saterials .. ., 402 A. Irttroduction and Discussion of l3zsic Principles „ 402 13. Classification of Incoming S;,n:p:ins S,stcnu by Sampling Methods . 406 C. Cos! C'om:Ncui:on of Sir..r.lc,, 1X,ub!c and Scqccntia! Systems l laving the -----..._.. _ ....,.. .,1 n..._ I a n4 n n n r, 2 -,; 7!; ,a
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50253 0108 1 kn8 :Ca npo ,•i.tian of" PaodR. nnn~nrN~•?-r. .-..vc or ~ , ,..,..- S 3 c n t W.~,e -•r oA . •t. 5 . i4~ 'f3sr: i ~... . . ~ .. . +-~~... - .. v _ . ...t.^+e . . Y.K~ry•~..... .•r~.~0`..^v..Y•e..~..+~~~~.~ n.~..-e ... ~~ n 0 0 6 2 5 7 4:
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,~*L'50253 0118 DICTIONARIES--TECHNOLOGY/ MHUTARY STPIMARD XX .UnD6-79 S.P I U. S. DepartaLent of Defense/ 0 n z - n ri n r, 2- 'i 7 5 1 -MIL-STD-1099 4 AI??IL laE.9 SU; El.SsDI NG Mil-Sl'D-1!;;'A 30 OCTGUf; 1961 FsC wilsc
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' 50253 0126 Ir .TJ . I ~ An4 ~^- cr..,...e- -... , .,..-..-• .-. i AplTe, ti ad I?o~ Q.u{zyity cor.tro1 . J.: . . -.` .. C,on 1 n.j n n 0 Cj 2 5) 7A :~
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A& 3XI, K Me1;-D-W-73 Jour. I'ood Sci. and Technology. 8(2)77-79 (1971) 50253 0097 , . • ~ . ~~~ •~sf~f~Tfi"~t~Y~I~ rrfts~tuin~~af:~~ertait~:x CQ}~1~uo111Sr . :rgan0ehlonnc; jll~~,k 3~ , ~.r , VfS.VOWAR!AH M. JAYARAII . K. RLtitu,IDea riitra! Food Technete.e~:cet 0 rg • rc441 ns Ntysore-lA ~ urribt. 7~J ' Several attempts havc been tnadc for the detection tind idrntifcntinn of the naturc of pesticides by colnur tests. f ohnsun' has catalogued some of these icactions ,,.v:ith rcfcrcacc. to thc dctcctiun of. commonly uscd polychlnrinatcd li)'drecarhon insecticides and tltcsc techniqttcs have been harticularly employed in the detection of in-;ccticidcs in formulations whcrc the concentrations ate rclatiti•cly high. The dctcctiun of chlorinated insecticides on filter hahcr, using silver nitratc and photo chemical rcaction, has been used by J1'[ajumdcr and I'inl;nlc"--' fiOr insecticide residucs on notatocs. by \'iswcs%i pcsticidcs. - ' dnscct>tcide~-av Some micromethods have been used n. A n n r1 t: l % The present im•cstigation was undcrtai:cn to studv the behaviour of certain comtnonltiuscd cht.orinatcd pesticides by hydrol}'sinl; with awcak base li'Ac monocthannl;tntinc and cubscqticntl~~ treating .~~ith sih•cr nitr3tc• s,~lutiott. '1'Itc ~~isual. .q~lntr,r •clt;trt~ c•.: s1io~vn b~ iiifl'crcnt cir,ariochlurinc l~e~tirides in thi:: reaction help in detecting and approximateh• mating them with casc and rapidity. - All the resticidcs used in this study were obtained from E. \Icrck t)armstadt. '1'hc new I3I-IC-iso7tcr, tested in this invcstit;ation, was obtained by separa- ting it from the mother liquor (a by-product derived after separating gamma-isomcr from technical 131!C) '^ '!tc publication of Viswcswaria!i and S , 3 6 't•er nitrate (BDI1) and tnonocthano-
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50253 0132 - ~ ~ ~ QA Quality Control ~ 276 Do Dodge, Harold P. SMI'LING INSPECTION TABLES, SINGLE 1.ND DOUBLE SAMING, 2nd edition, by Harold F. Dodge and Harry G, Rornig 1959 224 pags'.t7 John Wi1ey and Sone, Inc. New York C) nA n n n n ~i- 5 7.- 7 1
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50253 0134 A6 . fiue.li.ty coc:trol. Enrick, Nurbert Lloyd, 1920- Quality control; a manual of quality control procedure based upon scientific principles and simplified for practical application in various types of manufactiirinl; plants.• 2d enl. ed. New York, Industrial Press 119541 181 p. 111us. 21 cm. 1. Quallty control. TS155.E43 1951 -~ 658.562 54- 2G981 } Library of ConF.ress ~ t5-1c2t nzi n n nrj ~ 5; lfzk% .
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WATER--POLLUTION--r4F?ASUREMEN't`%WASTE WATER--ANALYSIS/ aE 50253 0112 CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--TRACE ELE*SENTS--DETERAtINATION/SELENIUM/CIIEMISTRY--C02dPUTERS/ POLLUTION CONTROL/AIR--POLLUTION/ National TD 897 j Conf.efence On Un 1978 ~nV~zOMITM I Sponsored b : y Denver, Colorado jHazardous Materials Control November 27 - 29, 1978 c,,- Q) Research Institute ~ Information Transfer Inr In Association With: f -U S. Environmental Protection Agency, ~~ U.S. Geological Surve .~'y and National Bureau of Standards ~oVuNs A 0 4 n n 0 6 2 5 7 S J
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50253 0130 ! QA 276 Quality ConLrol Ca C&pk^n, ROwlrnd F~l ~I~S~r ~J C~er,~. L1L~~'F'~yt'aCa L•U Qt1ALWTi' GTR«•t;OL 1969 278 Fw.i ~, d 0 0 n 6 : ~, S 7 ~ . -) 7
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ALM ; Eual.ity co:atrvi. ~ QC Granibcrg, Anton, 1875- 50253 0137 ~ 39 Technische 1llcssunnen bei Diaschinenunteisncliungen tuid ; G zur 13etriebsl.ontrolle. 7., neubearb. Aufl. Berlin, fipringV,r, i 1953. ~ ? 445 p. Illus. 24 cm. ! ~ ~ 1. Iic.Lanicni engineering. 2. Biensurelion. i. Title. aL:`{ .- fP3i58~7 1953 ~ `) 621.017 54--1451. ,~ Library of Congress ['t _ . .. ._ .... _ . _ __.-_.-.,.~.. ._ .._ _._ _..__ . . . . . .. . . . . . _-•-.+.-..r~~-.-~-r.-.w~r~.r.~' -- a n ii ~ n n f, --~ S ) 7 ? 6
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Idw r Qu>^i.ity coatxvl. 50253 0142 AIacNicce, L H Industrial specifications. New York, Wiley JJ53j 158 p. illus. 24 cm. 1. Shectfications. i. Title. i TAISO.DI2 ~" ) 655.01 u3--101~~J ; Library of Congress ti4q10j a n/, n n t1 r, ~ S 78 1
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50253 0140 ._- .. . i.:. - . I -. ...... s... a. . . . . . QA 276 J Qualwt; control. ~ Juran, Joseph M 1.904- cd. Qunlity-control handbook. 1st ed. New York, ]!fcGraw- IIill,19:i1. {-~" - , ';' '-) 800 1). Illus. 24 cm. (:lTcGrnw-Hi11 Industrial ordan!zation nnd manal;ement series) 1. Qunlity control. i. Title. 7) ~ Z'5165.J83 G53.15 6 2 ~1-'111i1 ; Library of Congress ) i ;3d=10j o~ n n n (i -'> S 7 74
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50253 0141 ~ ; ;;u.elity Gont,xol. , QA Kenttc~'•y, CitToxd 'EI' 1895-- ' 27b Qunlit.y controt methoc.s. New 1 or):, Prentice Ilnl~,.s'~?ti. h rlll, 233 p. dis„rr. 24 cm. i Bibliography: p. 228. i 1. Quallty control. 2. Saczpling (Statlsttcs) TS155.X4 ~ 658.562 4S-6J-'--i° Library of Congress tL,Op51 t.l : o ~, nn il G:? S% 11
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~ 50253 0064 ' }yu t ry•. ~ ~ ~,-•#3,~llL~?~ I<~ 24-29;j>]Jf,S:.~'Y4G?tANf A.,~' ~ TS :~,i:y 2240 ui i'2rugir,' i)ivisir, nivisirn of Cet.cer etc ~ f) F'M.1L r *' i'~1 U QU~Jr?~;*Titlh?. ~:~iB~~ATIC;;1~Y. CC~;FFr.r~i,Ct; Oa CA2d0;'P. TiI'TI'PVATIC'"IAt, C^*,%,Fi:.?a:l~:Cv 0i;i 7.iIN^ 24- 29, ?56~. ~ Ut' I'r''_I'XI(S. iPCkl7gi:: y S n~•J 30 + (fi Of.nCII S°:: .37.ko RI3I1 3.965, No. 62 by A1.an ai;d Fr.:p-!: C. C0 I'j ;. r, .,j . .~ 7 . (~ i
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1rR~~.~~ ".1 l tt'l,'a Coi 1 I,rC.i :.y V.111. ALP 50253 0133 Itef. TP Encyclopedia of cltemical tecliuology, edited by Raymond E. Kirlk and Donald F. Othnier. ys;istntit editors: Janct 1). Scott and Ant]tons Standen. New York, Interscience l;i:- cyclopedil t1')47-: = l.;- v. i11ns. 27 cm. Includes bIbliol-rapiiies. CoN'rr:Nrs.-v. 1. A to ?.nthriinides.-v. 2. Anthrone to car!mn-nr.e:-- v. 3. Carbon (cnnt'd) to cincho,,Len.-v. 4. Cinco4• to dextro.+c.-v. :. Illl- to f„ );~p]<„i~c., rcor.!.'(l) to farf-arai.-c. 7. 1:'L.:- tinces to iolite.-v. 8. Ion escln:n,.2- to met+il r. ?ietal svr- fa.ce treatmernt to lieniriilin.-v. 10. Pentacene to l:ol,rmethtr(; dyr~.--' v. 11. Yoiyols to rutin. 1. Cr.tmistr•y, Technicai-llict'.onnrles. T. Kirk, Raytnw:d 1800-- cd. '!'PA.l~'.G3 ~^ ) CG0.3 48-234 r.e0 . ~ LiLrr,ry o: Conoress tr5-1dz10j t~ ~ n n n c~ ~> S 7 7 :?:
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50253 0128 ... . __..._. ... ..Y..._.__~._.<-.._. _.._ -____._~....,.~_~~ff~...~~...~•,..~ Q~ur-_l.it:f cotttrol, t~ Q. T3urinbton, Richard Stevens, 1901- dor- 3 IIttndbook of probability alid statistics with t^b1es, by B Iticliard Stevens Burington and I)onald Curtis May, Jr. Sandusky, Ollio, ITanC11JOo1, Publishers t19.531 332 p. ilus. 21 ctu. / 1. Probabilitles. 2 Statistics. 3. Stattstics--C'hurts, t:bles, etc. r. May, I)onald Curtis, joint author. tt. Title: Yrol1ubility cind sta(is- tics with tables. Q1:?73.BJ25 J.fbrary of Cong-re-ss l1 A !1 ll n n ',~ C; 7 r"Y 1 ;~ 519 53-4340 ;
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50253 0131 E QA 276 G ~la-va:i ty eon Cxol. Columbia University. Stafiatical ReRE<rrch. Oroup. Slmhlin;; inspection; principles, proceclure~5, ;tml for single, dottLle and secluenti;tl sampling in acceptance. in- speetioii and quality control based on percent elefirctive, L* Y tho Statisticat Rese;u•clt Group, Coluntbiu Univ. (for tlte) Applied Mathem,ttics Panel, Ollice of Scienti/ic•. lZesearcl, a;1,: lleveloptnent. Ed. by Ii. A. Freeman t,tncl others, ist e<]. New lurlc, McGraw-Iiill Book Co., 19-18. zz, 3D5 p. diagrs. 24 "•Itefereuce.s" : p. 331, 1. Quality conl rol. l)evelo}kwent. Autiui,at ]iarold Afjullih, ed. i: • f . •I-I-A3.1.C65 Library of Congress nA n n Cl Cr ~~i 7 7~ t t. l'. S. Otlice of Scieutitie ltf.".-:u•ch .uI,' UrfensO! Itrsrarch CotwlJittre. 11- Freen,xn, nt. Title. r,( J~ t: 3q11 1
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A& 50253 0144 _,__._.._._._ . _ _.._..__~._.,._ .>. ...,._..~,....._ ._, ~ ,27b P (;u>r;:.it,y c:.nf.rol.. a Paradine, Charles George, 1S3J-- Statistics for technologists, by C. G. Paradine anu Il. 11. P. I:ivett-. NeW Yorh:, Van Nostrand t19541 2S3 p. 11lus. ?--3 cm. 1. Afathel-natlc•nl slUtistics. i. 7t1vett, 73erwyti Hugli 19'3 joint tiutLor. 11. ITitle. [(1A27G] 311.2 G9-213-t ; I'rinted for II. S. Q. B. It. ~~ ~ by Library of C:ongrctis nA nn nrj 257a 3
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50253 0135 81 V Fa QUALITY CONTR~OL l; , Rev. Fr._Corps. Gras 27(7}3 9-25(1980 ~~ VCliy~vWL I I .CLL-!/."'1'11 i~~/1 /~•/ ~- Maitrise et controle des qualites sensorielles : tartinabilite, gout, stabilite ; et, des proprietes et performances rheologiques des margarines* L FAUR ~S 1i61". Control of .en.orial onatltisw •DreadibllhY•N aability. Contro~ o!so ~e8 and theological Societe Astra-Calve, 14, rue Louis-Armand, 92601 Asnieres Oeno nce ofmar~ arlnd'.: stiar. ~(6oc. Astr.~al.e, S~Ol nie Fr.). Rev. FY. CorpFt'CCroi tl80, l7(T),'19-25 (Ft). RFCG 80-25 , itb S tefs. ' q tbe a!'tect. d the tipid and~ eA,ay nn a+arr.rine QuaL'ty, tbe we of .muWfyinj nta, and ~ oonditiow in dtU. toiaPrin.,qMIiV. ~ nAn n n n ~ 9 7 7 4
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Cy N,.-.: 80 III Pi AMINO ACIDS--DETERMINATION/ eL _i1 Friiss.pes oos: a,iae jr. .2`/y-do ~. + ,~Q 5:..~., t. . . . . l1 , 'Qualitative und 'Citrussaften uantitative gaschromatographische Bestimmung von P. PiccioSo und G. Lanza, Speda-Roccatumera Spa, Messina. ubersetzt von H. Rother. Heidelberg Im allgemeinen werden die AminosEuren mit Hilfe von chro- matographischen Verfahren bestimmt Ferner ist es mi9glich. einige AminosLuren, z. B. G!utaminsaure. Aspa-agin und Aspa- ragins3ure, mittels enzymatischer Methoden zu erfassen. 1m Laufe der Zeit wurden die chromatographischen Verfahren, die mit der Papier- und D-unnschichtchromatographie began- nen, uber die Gaschromatographie und lonenaustauschchro- matoora, hie bis zur Hochdruddlussigkeitschromatograph e enl- wicke!t. Fur die Besti•nmung der Aminosauren lst die lonenaustausch- duomatographie seit den Arbeiten von Mooat: urd M-tarbei- tern (1) (2) weit verbreitet. weit damit dic Konstrwktion von automatischen Anatysengeraten mbgtich wurde. Nachtei!- ~: . . v_.._.._-. -•-' ----- •-- , . tographic ...1 nAnnn(.j`>S ) ~ 50253 0092 --- ~j der Aminosauren in Komponenlen, welche evtl storen ki5nnten, abtrernpn. Dazu wurde ein lonenaustauscher (Dowex 50 - 8 100-200 mesh) verwendet. Die Elution erfolgte mit Ammoniak, und nach dem Trocknen wurde mit TrifluoressigsaureanhydriC acetyliert. Die Analyse erfolgte mit einem Perkin-Elmer-Gas:hromato- graph F 11 mit Glaesaulen. Das Chromatogramm Nr. 1 zeigt die AminosAuren eines sizi- lianischrn Zitronenkonzentrates, welches vor der Analyse aut Saftstarke (6,0 Bx) ruckverd'unnt wurde. Das Chromatogramm 2 Ist ein sizilianisches Orangensat;Or- Zentrat 70 Bx, welches auf 10,0 Bx riickverdunnt wurde. Ex ist wuc rfiasen Chromatogrammen zu erkennen. CaJ dIe ge- 'j3 •gungen sich gut zur Trennung der frc =^. Am.ino- t auch wenn es nich! vo!:stand y ge',iryer is'
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50253 0138 ! G Quality controle QA 276 G Grant, Ltlneue LoaeArick, 18J7- St;itistical cluulitti- control. 2d ed. New 1'orl;, .liGGran-- Mll,1i,52. 557 p. lilus. 2-4 cm. (McGraw-I3ill industrial organization nrd wanlgcment series) lncluues bihiioarlphr. 1. Quality control. r. Title. ~ al_IA33.Gr7-_ 1952 311.22 52-53;2 ~...~ Library of Congress 120i .. ~ .,.-~. - ------ - : • - - ..,.. -..~.. ,_-f.e...,.-.t- . M ..... ~ .,. 1 ~.) 4 n n t1 /, °,! S 7 7 7
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: tie? - ~,.. ~ 50253 0148 5ci2roc)., Fd,:w•:l i!i (•LUalI!y coSl'!':: a:::! ailti;Lu;1il Sla~i:O(~:'. :4\C yol'k. hoiu ;If.iO, xl, 213 p. 2•1 cm. 17iit1iog:uT>hy : p. 211.. 1. Quaiitg coutrol. j (!: 1 . . . .: , ..7 ,~1iii;. ,33 ~ Lit,rary- o! Cat:trrss 7 Q Q tl n ~ ~~ ~ 5'I R'7
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.iE 50253 0152 .,.. . /. ..H.. -.,... ! 3 ,nmlity control, A U. S. Dep._ir'tn, ent of Defense ~. All;:Iii: S1 t~r,il~ i. GI' Ii: 3 rit~JC~.~L~, :> ri?t ACCEi''.Cxi:+Ci. I:;::FECilviy. b~~a:3.1].il~ton, D. C., Gff_+.ce of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Supa1N ;: and Lo(;-istics) 2 1954. 3n p. 26 cm. (Sur)_)ly ar.d Lo;;i:aics H:r.dbook Insr.ection Ii 105. ~, A n n n r 2 5 'l 9 1 1
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50253 0136 ~ ~ ~ I QA 2?6 F rdtiali~'t~* control. -7g Feigenbaum, Armand Vallin. Qualit' N' ccn:trol: principles, hractice tuicl admiatisir:rtiea; an inclustt•ial )nR)1 tienlcnt tool for ilnprevin; product ru.:1- ity and clesipn and for reducing operating costs and losses. Ist ed. New York, JlcGraw-IIill, 1951. si, 443 ]r. Illus. 21 cnm. (:IcCraw-Illll industrial or,-anization an(i luaull,`;etneGt -,vl'ies) 1. Qunlity control. r. Title. t' TS155.I+,19S ! ', G5S.562 G1-13M Library of Congress ' (1 fl f1 ~ ~ 5 1201 7 I
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! 50253 0150 :. I niiALlTy C4:: j?;OL/'i1r,'AGI:'SNT--PIuIV\'T;~'G/ Im V 0 .,Tn 1979 OIgGIn1ZCXt1011GY1 AppjO,rCJjCf to I1>I1)I DU111g PI-OdZlCt QltCdjJty and SC'yUZCe Martin R. Sllllth /.5 Y ~ 71- Gc, lealle a1~~ Li ~ qt'~ 'PO / - , :~ a Division of ~~c5 R %' ~~ y~~ American ~IZna~;emcnt Associations ~,~ ~~ . ~ 2 S % R y v,'` ~td . ~
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50253 0146 xx , Qsality Coatrol_ rtcF U971), ~ ; r . J. 1:e.:: .:3"ds ~ Tobi:c ~o Co., 's p~poc-IsirE Illf iOf.t ri,'`V«.£i:.0:3 E:f'it;r:'r~s.rSt ti`JT i f~ r~~.. .•,•.~i ti . - .,. ~ ~..~. :` .. ~i~i ~..e ~J..i.;~ : i..:\:1, D ~t1 0 ~l . •v. .. N. (. A `GLJl.~CCtetiT; G'; , . A A ri n n n 2 S 7 8 ::
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xx MeF (1970) S.P. QUALITY: ~.CONI'R0L 4.; R. J. &oyaolde Tobacco Co., ReaQarch and Product Dtselarment D::paxtmenta, Sci.enco WO.;.a:v.t'a.6:A I)iv.i.r.4-oC1 , .. . _ ~ ~J, F,EG"v ..1 ~.:~L.~n.., il:lrs.1. a ~ : cerl.~(re_Li .. 1 *^a.E...l.'~ ... E 4L:=r ..w . . . 3-~ . P.'.~.': Y YJ.Ir.f~w 1 G~~~w.. ' O~±~LIa i cr.1::~... +r, .v .. .._... lt~i..e a..~a ...:~v... , by P,. J. Reyn.nj.da Tob4cc9 Co.. i,eat-vrc.h end PvoducZ I?:vz1xop =::t DepArt•aenta, Science tnfomatscn Di...cion, nnd I,eRoy rleey. S^70 A coltflction of raaeriEl 1ii1]:tCi3-5alcm, Ii. C. I n a n n n n0 9 7A 6
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~ TS ; ] 5h j Quality control. "50253 0157 S. Dc t~ :?: L.^.ACit of the Nc'Vt', Nr vn1 :':11i11T11cC :: j ,~:LC`;1: .~ : ~. Vsrxo :3 .,,. [,. ~. ~ n~+ n n n fi ? S 79 6'
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Q~ ,.. ., 276 : U Quality ~orktrol. -- . _ . .... ---.. _ ~ ,~..~.~ UL' 4Jk, h )/11 c" i' `;.r. . ..~._. . ..'r "t _....._./ ~".1~~ 1~. . . . ~ •.1 t'-. .... ..... .~ . , i..~J,..~....._.. 11::71 ~..... ._ .l._~ ~._•:77 .....~.. ~ _.. 11~~).fl.~.......-. I 50253 0154 n w n n n~~ J S 793
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~50253 0149 t :~aa2i-t;r cen ~x•o1.-. QA Smith, Edward Staples, 1883- 276 Control charts; an introduction to statistical quality control. $ 1st ed. New York, 1947. x, ]CI p. 24 cm. (bicGraw-Ilill lndustrial organizatlon anu manset- ment aeries) 1. Qunlity control. i. Title. TSl 55.S579 658.532 47--31006`' ©.NWGraw-llill Book Co., inc., New York; 7Aug47; A1505F. Library of Congress 1121 ....._»__ ,,-~.~-...,~:.... ~ r~•...-~-^~"'"~ A w r~ A f1 r'i h CZ '/ Q •~
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IAW 50253 0145 Qi>uJ.ity control. , J i i QA 276 Peach, Paul. An introduction to indnstrial statistics and quality c•on- I a P ~ trol, by I',rul Peach ... 2d ed. Raleigh, 11'. C., I:dwarus & 13roughton co. 11947, ~ xv, 235, 11, p. dlnFru. 231 cm. i i I ; "Sut;gestloss for advsnced study" : p. 7l] :,2f3. 1. Induslrlnl etntlstlcs. 2. Qaallty control. HA4(1.I6P4 1947 311.2 47-17318 -i 1 © 2lJun47; author, Rale.igh, N. C.; A7577. LlLrnry of Congress ra-18d2r : . _ , _ ~ _, _ .. . _ .. _ . .. _ ~.._..~.~ n Q n c1 n r~ a 5 7A 4:
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0 50253 0139 RDI2ATION/FOOD/QUALITY CQNTROL/ ,STANDA MATERIALS --APPEARANCE/OPTICAL INSTRMfENTS/COLORIMETRY/COLOR/ TA 418 IIu 1975 TJi. L JZJ 1 D` iEA1J, i..! t1 Z1 JL:1Ml1:/1 VT OF APPEARA1V CE RICHARD S. HUNTER President, Hunter Associates Laboratory Fairfax, Virginia A WILEY-INTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION JOHN WILEY & SONS New York / London / Sydney / Toronto ~ I I ' nAnn nrj,~S77¢; a - ~..
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,mip 50253 0156 f~: ... Y. W Quali.ty Control. U. S. nLPnrtnnnt of I1aa) th, I17ducr_tion, r-,nd t•'clfar.e, Office of the Secretnry, TnF:r Force on i'~e~scf~z>>ri.o;t ll;.-u,:. T,SS:: l'"~.^.Cw Oi1 l'i;};SCRTPS~.C;! D%G^:i, "1''itn .tr~.~SUi.or.^>. jlalip, lli:hc•C.°. f;t1Ci thA LlY'ui~ 1)i_:>tr~.~SUi.or.^> 1968 fiG pap,cs U. S. Ucpt. flCF.1til, I:ch!cation, titi'e1iL're, Washi.n};to;;, i). C. .•-:.. a ~'^^r+.+:+?n.Ct~''S«wY.4s~wel+" ~ A, n n t1 9 9 7 9 ~s
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•&50253 0167 , r Quality cotitrol--Food and quality cnntzol. C .'~,._.. . ... °_ . L't' . .._._ :! i...' i t ~ .,~.......J~~........... A A n
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~ " f;t~Z:~i:y Cunr.r~,l ~ 50253 0155 ;'l'IG IL'n , ; f'[, r,LU. S. nepwxtmezt of OPfcnsa, Inat&}.a&tS.o~.V ~ 7.Et;:O m3`1'sct's: "21E QIFEST I'Or, QITE.hZ3'Y ?.5, 1968 232 P&gas ; VdF,3hfu-ttrn, p. C. i i . ~ ' ~ ( n e n n nr, 9 S 79 4';
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. ~ ~ +C11F.MISTRY, ANALYTIC/ QD . • lv ko ~o~/ d. V ~ Ci/ ~il~ 1974~ . Im A Critical Survey of Proven Ktethods and Their Application in Chemistry, Natural Science, and Mediciwe Editor•in•Chiet ! Volume I Part 8 50253 0160 ,&nalytical Methods Micromethods $iological Methods .Quality C. ontrol-1- Automatization .~ . Edited by Friedhelm Korte tr4linh fiJltorul AJvl.octaeUda ILL-.o Academic Press NcwYork • San Franci.co • London 1974 Friedhelm Korte cc.ir,;rtict,ic f~,tl.li,lter. Stttt,,;.tr< + Volume Editon H. Aebl H. Batser L Baumgartner K:}L Biichel J. FaIDe R. Gompyer • K Goto U. Hasserodt H. tilachle(dt K. Niedenzu G. Ohloff H. Zimmet F. Zymalko++tW ~,,r..r..•.,r..e!+. . . . ,t• . . 9 cl A n n n r, 9 5'1 9 V - -
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/:i 50253 0159 ~ 0 - r 1 r 8 r -~- ' / r tP, S~IC-~ rJfi.Z jTl,~i THI: L.'ISI:It SCANNING ANALYSEIt G. i.t. 0arke, Ferranti Ltd., Edinhtrgir, Scodznd PAPER 9.7 SUMMARY /ft is concluded that the 1.3ser scanner opens up the i possibility of reliable hilin ,peed reutin~2 Xanning in the paper and plastics industry for production control and assurance purposcs, v:ith a performance sufficient L to satisfy the most exacting needs now bcir:g envisaged/ INTRODUCTION LASER •~ ,:../,# -1 dctection ~~ t1 n n r, as 7 9 ~ SCLNIJING MICROR LENS l--'l DETECTOR I a
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~ ._._..,... ._ _ . _ . . . 66 .06 50253 01 i3utterbau;;h, Crani Iilion, 1893- A i;iblio-rapl.ty of statistical quality control. ;;etttle, a I'ublislted for tha Ilureau of Business hesearch of the Col- lero of Exoltotnics nnd Business by the i'iliversity of 1ti"a:,h- ingtou 1.'ress, 1946. vili;-11a Ii.--.23riu. Annotated. Stlppleluent. Seattle, University of 1Vn:-llinG- ton 1'res4, l(9i;1. 141 p. 23 cm. 7.7J14.A2RS SiPpl. 1. Quality coiitrol-ltibll i. Title: lit»listicttl quality control. 7.1914.A2I3S 016.3112 A 47-17' \vnshin};ton (~'tate) ~ n ) Univ. Library for Lit,ritry o: Cunere.z:s - t51r51i:i1t nA n n nr, > 5 B 0
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} , ~ XX ;Pe3 ! 50253 0174 . peryarl, David. I.:cacuromont and con',rol of flavor t±uality. I-;i1l-latiKee, 5th Iadwest Quality Control Co:L`'., 1~)5U Quality ~ ~ 25 ?. 26 cm. 1 ~ ~ C) e ~ 4 t1 n n f, l S f~ I:;
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, TP 370 F ; 50253 0169 Food engineering. 111 tested methods of handling everyday food plant prob- lems ... New York, N. Y., Food industries, btcG-ra.w-?lili publisLing company, incorporated, °1931. 222 p. illus., dingrs. 24 cm. 131b1tograpLy at end of two of the articles. - , 1. Foed Industry and trade. 2. Canning and preserving-Apparatu.~ and supplies. 71- 664 Sir-161~ _- Lthrary of Con,-.reas (rGlg4j ,-~--- n;An n r) rf %) ; F.n t,
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~ 50253 0172 f - ,- r .. tR:, n• IVr.:rl.•.,, ~~ •~c.a "-".s•, ,.;. • -.,i, M~ ~} h~r ....asL3. E. J. i~._ 12z;:°:i Ea, !..."F;• I +TP. ~370 Quality CeciCrol---F'oods ~Cr ~ ~ •. 1; . ^'ttct 1:'' 1"f. .~ ~ Fzti.~? ~1r:h :.c:; C o. ,Int" . 1:`r:Q Lpo.'s: n C;n;m. C) n~ n n n ro ~) S A 1 I
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W253 0158 iqsT~ W4 TrR PN ~ IF' rG,+Te S f; f•~ rG /~l~ t1p~~ ~ ,/ / ~° ~ ~C-~rRNTid~/ ~,E'I'~liRl~rTieNlA1f `cTIF/~'i~~ /". L~dE s,/ (~~lih` !ry e 0E'~rr1? 1,41 Q,y,Eoi'/ lrl'Py, 4,V/DA rX . ~G j~~s r/ L j13F j' - h~ T~R '9.WAi'' ,/ ../ , ' i,~ h0r R6 ic id~ r dv ~ r~R --.~ ~~~.4~ wit TF R - .- /,,*,4 r/ , TD* 9? /~ ~ Water and "Nater P®llution. Handbook VOLUME 1- (in fan• volumes) Edited by LEONARD L. CIACCIO GTE IABORATORIESINCORPORATED BAYSIDE. NEW YORK t1 ri r) n r) r, -) c 11 ~~ j a ~
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-, - ------ --: NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY--DISSF.RTATIONS ~ see . "DISSERTATIDNS-,NORTH DAKATA STATF. 'UNIVFQC2T'r'Y/ BAKERY/ - /. . ' _ .77 . - % QUALITY CONTPAI,--FOODS/ TP 370 Cr 1977 ; C. -PDDL ~ C. 77-13,795 GRAYE ; Nary, 1951- P INEAR PI;OGRAM:HItiG TECH'iIQUE TO OPTIMIZE READ QUALITY. North Dakota State University. Ph.D., 1976 Food Technology Xerox University,Microfi{ms,_AnnA,b.,.M chigan40106 ~~, ~ LTzr~H C; 1i .(1 Cl n. ri 2 S. 8 1. 11 (c 1977 50253 0171 ; I a
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4ua1it~,• control.--k'ooa.. 50253 0173 Peryari, David. liola Q2•i nups the food acceptance s3?icr,1, Fro;.i: Food 7nc3uc1_;~0:19~.0-?.OOf3 n.~ n n r~ rt ~3 r R e 1
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80 III Pi u~au~ ; ~ - ~ eL_1:1Z- ,• ~ 50253 0093 ::4. /I AMINO ACIDS--DETERMINATION/ ~_' -'-l,.i Qualitative und Citrussaften . .2 VS-4 Z A4&ZT~ z uantitative von P. Picciolo und G. Lanza, Speda-Roccalumera Spa. Messina, iubersetzt von H. Rother. Heidelberg Im allge-neinen werden die AminosAuren mit Hilfe von chro- matographischen Verfahren bestirnmt. Ferner ist es mdglich. einige Aminos€uren, z. B. Glutaminsaure. Aspaagin und Aspa- ragins3ure, mittets enzymatischer Methoden zu ertassen. Im Laufe der 2eit wurden die chromatographischen Verfahren, die mit der Papier- und D-unnschichtchromatographie began- nen. Ober die Gaschromatographie und lonenaustauschchro- matographie bis zur Hocharuddlussigkedschromatogr;phie ent- wicke!t. Fur die Besti-nmung der Aminosauren Ist die tonenaustausch- chrornatographie seit den Arbeiten von MooaE urd hl-tarbei- tern (1) (2) weit verbreitet. well damit dic Konstruklion von automatischen Analysengeraten mbg:ich wurde. Na togrr, A . . w.__ tl._ . .,~..--' •f.. ..,[i__. _~..._ .,'! ~ Cx 1~ gaschromatographische Bestimmung der Aminosguren In Komponenten, welche evtl. storen kdnnten, abtrer.n,,n. Dazu wurde ein lonenaustauscher (Dowex 50 - 8 100-2X mesh) verwendet Die Elution erfolgte mit Ammoniak, und nach dem Trocknen wurde mit Trittuoressigsaureanhydrid acetyliert. Die Analyse erfolgte mit einem Perkin-Elmer-Gasshromato- graph F 11 mit Glassaulen. Das Chromatogramm Nr. 1 zeigt die Aminosauren eines s;zi- Iianischon 2itronenkonzentrates, welches vor der Analyse aut Saftstarke (S.0 Bx) ruckverdunnt wurde Das Chromatogramm 2 Ist ein sizilianisches Orangensa!'kon- zentrat 70 Bx, wetches auf 10.0 Bx riickverdiinnt wuroe. "- -^ --"esen Chromatogrammen zu erkennen. dal de ge- 7__3 •gungen sich gut zur Trennung der fre,.^ A.r.ino- ~! auch wenn es nich! vol;stand g ge'ury^er is:
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Qaal.:ty conLr.o1--Food,5 , i + s ~ 50253 0168 TY American Chemical Society. Diaisfon of .Analyiical Clce~n- 370 istry. A Analytical methods in the food industry; a collectiol; of iho papers presented at the symhosiurn on flnalytical methods in the food inclilstry llelc, by the J)ivisioiis of Anm1.•(icnl Chemistry and A',rrictzltw•ul and I4ocx1 Che;uikry of tL(- :lniericuu Cliemical Socic•ty at the 11C;th mtional mectin.-- in San Frautc•i;co, March ?.1-, to April 1; 1.1-19. 11'asbin--to)i, 1:1; -, 0. v, 73 l). illus. 2•1 cin. (Advances in chemistry series, no. 3) lncludrti Libliograpliies. 1. Food--Analysis. i. American Chemical Societ.y. Pivision of Agricultural and FooQ Chemistry. i.r. Title. (Series) C,,1D1.A355 no.3 r 1 GG1.8 50-1`?5-55 Library of Congress ` 15°_r51f25, a A A n n n rt; ~ ~ R n~.
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-ACl-/491, 1 . lI Y-0itw-y/" r;r i.l?r-l _ ~v F't u T iJ l ~ ~ Xr Ti v~ Y ~ iic s ri r: r, C o4.•rrz a~/PF~a,v G,~ c rt dN/~~ C ~f.y UPERIrI'/Q.y~~pcf~` ~ o~'~'R o~~ -TND c>slR~A ~/ ,flK o e,~ ss edX'TRe /ric.c.~ O& , , n series in• Management the definitive work on S n Action nt rofit: a businessman's guide A Computer Systems ' Mana~ina t 1 y° , 1 f ~ b o ac :V~ .. ;i quality and reliability by Frank Nixon, C.B.E. 50253 0161 a
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,.., AN Quality Gontrol ! 50253 0151 11n14 U. S. D:.:.^n:.e Sub4.isCence Supply Ccnter Jf~C~\G, !':i~) 1' ilJL~i.1F.:.1' STl.^,1`t:Rl7FOR 1'uJC~9 Pl l~. t-iISCELWXI1.vUS ~TF~4$ 1965 Lo;sscJleuf FVio[:'lAZ 1z.ton, l.tc C. I nA n n r) r. ~ S. 7 o q
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s Quality c:ont^o1, indu:traal. 50253 0177 QA {'or Q11=.~i {.±:; C;+Fl'f;I'O :c 276 tf :.I'i Ca11 A 7 S R -- A t t :
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i aLO I 50253 0179 , QA 276 Co Quality ccm.trol, Industrial. Ccvir.o, Chrs•7-c;3 )'. l . 1,.i.. ~~.i :~`tu\`.' 2t:*'tJ.f l ~.. . ..•..+°--.~.s, .._.•J.,.., ,.:.I~ !:ac ~{.i:~ a . nA n n n n 1 S~ I0
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, 50253 0183 ^u_:1zYy Control, T-noustrial . ~ .. . i .'r ; ..y/ 1 . . . .. • G~ n n n n
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''p 50253 0181 ._ MECHANICAL TESTING/THERMAL ANALYSIS/POLYMERS AND POLYMERIZATION--AGING & OXIDATION. CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--COLLECTED WORKS/CIIEMICAL,A~dALYTIC--STANDARDS/ arINTERNATIONAL STANDARD-SETTING ORGANIZATIONS IN EUROPE & U. S./ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--STATISTICAL TECHNIQUE/QUALITY CONTROL, I,IDUSTRIAL/ . QD TREATISE ON 81 ' ANALYTICAL CIIEISTRY -IVJL PART III ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY IN 4NDUSTRY vOL UArE 3 Edited by I. M. KOLTHOFF Department of Chemistry, An Interscience'l' Publication University of ,ui;rnesota, A.finnonnnlit 1L1inn f eso a n A n n n , JOHN WILEY & SONS A'ew Yor.: Department of Chemistrt', Unisersity of
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50253 01-85 QA 276 S ~ Ql.zal.;ty con'Lro]., Smith, l„lward Staples, 1883- Control charts; an introduction to statistical <lumlity cont.rol. 1st ed. New York,191.7. x, 101 p. 24 cm. (Mculraw-Iiill industrial organt7„itton and raanagtr ment serlc--) I. Title. TSl ti5.5579 658.532 47-310') ^,* ©\ScC:raw-l;ill Book Co., inc., New York; 7Aug4't; AI:;OSo. 1. Qnality control. ~ i Library of Congress n.A nnnr9 ;K1a.
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450253 0163 ' . . ., .t .~. 1 GIASSARY OF TERILS USED IN ITY (x'WROL Fourth Edition 1976 EXECUTIVE EDITOR C. E. POLLINGION COMPILATION CO-ORDINATOR EVELYN HEYSTEK-BELL DICTIONARIES--TECH?J0L0GY--POLYCLOT/NORWEGIAN LANGUAGE--DICTIONARTF.S--POLYC,LOT/ GERMAN LANGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--POLYCL.OT/DANISTI LANGTTAGE--nICTI0P~ARIF.S--POLYGLOT/ DUTCH T.ANGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--POLYGLOT/"bP.t'EGIAN LANGUAf;E--DICTIONAFIES--POLYr;i.OT/ swedish languagc--Dictionaries--Polyglot/FRENCH LANGUAGE--T)ICTIONAP.IES--POLYE;LGT ITALIAN LANGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--POLYGLOT/SPAPlISI[ LANGUAGE--DICTIONARIF.S--POLYGLOT/ RUSSIAN LArIGUAGE--DTCTIONARIES--POLYrLOT/CZECIT LANGUAGE--DICTIOPiAP,IFS--POLY(;LOT/ POLISH LANGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--POLYGLOT/SERBO CROATIAN LANCTJAGE--DIC:TI091APIES--P()LYrLOT ARABIC LANGUAGF.--DICTIOI.ARIES--POLYGLOT/FIATivISH LANGUAGJ?--DICTIONARIES--POLYGLOT/ 'p7' 'l p ~erAnr~ 0 1QQ~1',we 457 Terms vith English Definitions and Equivalents in . (W , &j . /d CWi1 /'~.e2.iG(.( ' German Danish Spanish Russian t ~ @'i '~ 'n' n n t TU l~ 1/. reneh Czech Polish i Serbo-Croatian Arabic ~ Italian / Finnish c
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CHEI9ISTRY, ANAI,YTIC--QUAt,jTY CONTROL/ a QD 75 CHEMICAL ANALYSIS VOLUME 60 Ka . • 1981 in ar~txQ~~ t l ~c A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS ON .. .l" `"' ~ 1,Qu~ ANALYTICAL CNrMfSTRY AND ITS APPLICATlONS_„ /~,r.,a;r~jrfii.rdl°Chemistt ~J ~"~~ 1 1~' l. \. ` ) Fd iton iton P. J. ELYING, J. D. WINEFORDNER Editor Enieritus: i. M. KOLTHOFF G. KATEMAN F. W. PIJPERS Department of Analytica! Chemistry Advisory Bonrd Catholic University of Nijmegen Fred W. Billmcyer, Jr. Victor G. fNoesottl The Netherlands Etf Grush4a A. Lee Smlt6 A WILEY-INTE[tSCIENCE PUBIdCATIO'V Barry L. Karger Bernard Trrmil VNlam Krtvan T. S. West ; A WILEY-INTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION n t, `j ~_ .~.,? f1 n A n A New York / Chlchester / Brisbane / Toronto JOHN WILEY & SONS New York Chichester Brisbane Torontc - -r
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: +L*' 50253 01 70 Food entiincerin;;. Successful quality control in food processing; a selection of authoritative articles and tiiuely editorial colnment front Food industries, reporting tho best of modern practice in tL•e scientific control of food manufacture. 1st ed. New N. Y., Food industries, 'McGraw-IIill publah'alr; con:pll,.•, incorporated, 19;0. 147, 112, p. illus., dingrs. 24 cm. '!tiwelrc Llank Paces tit end for "Memoranda." "Oovcrmuent pul,lications": p. SS. I3ibiiolm,a,ihy lncNded tn p rt of tlle iu•ticlca. 1. Food Industry and trade. r. Title: Food processing. TY'37are J Library of Con;ress Ir51LJl 30-728ES rev a A Ann n cJ,9S fi c1
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A& 50253 0205 SOCIETY OF SOFT DRIN-K TECHNOLOGISTS t~T TTV /, /~~~mtl/%i \~TTIT/~1~f' /~n ~%tA I 1rnTn wtt\Lt1'• vv~~~~wV •u+a.~v.~.! yAllALITYC0NTR0L METHODOLOGY Society of Soft Drink Technologists 1101 Sixteenth Street, N. W. Washington, D. C. 20036 n 0 4 0 6 0 i, '? 7) 9 /4' 4 '
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~ 50253 0194 '~-= ~'~.:~ f : ~^}7^i-fJ ' 4 • y •7 ' l: J. `. ffes~ rai«a bs- F). M. YIz:r. SCHD0ER.rMIZ }TOrr.;ctlv of T. Wall R• Sons (!cc Crczm) Ltd., Lnndon, -I:nrlsnd VOLUME "a 1972 F00D SCHINCE AND TECNIx,,!OLOGY _ A Series c; Moncgrephs Editorlxl Lo.rd G, F. $ifWl.RT E. M. MRAK C. C). Cfi1CF:ESTE;: J. K. SCOTT h. :. GAl ldVtR F. rol: SYQCIYJ P~ 1. MURGAN AC`k'JLA1iC Y'RrSIE', Lo}:don a}z%i_ New York a A n n n r, ) C; R.{_3._
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?l...X- !F-F-00-74 Am 50253 0204 (a --2 S P.ECOM,1ENDATIONS FOR THE LTSF. OF SOFT DRINK BEVERAGE CANS. f SOCIETY OF SOFT DRINK TECHNOLOGISTS Library Reference Packages:P=1 1101 Sixteenth Street, N. 1•l. Washington, D. C. 20036 JULY, 1974 i K, , ; • QU1ILITGA;GONTRAV- ' MF10AT)t)LOCY!f lp, sq" i) fi o (, . . . . . _ . . . . -~i c , . . _ ~ ; ~ ' ~. ~ .
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I 50253 0210 Enrick, Norbert Lloyd, 1920- Quality control; a manual of quality control procedure based upon scientific princj*ples and simplified for practical application in vari.ous types of r:;anufacturin~; plants. 2d enl. ed. ~ New York, lndustrial Press (1954) !- + J C.CI. 181 p. i.llus. 24 cm. ~:;'LI 0 n
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~~. ~...rr~y...r~:_~.;~.~is,..,~. ~~•rr..:~r .~=._r.~~~:.~.db.a.. ;:~~.~~~;.y..~~~~~..n_~ 50253 0186 i INDUSTRIAL Z1AI`AGErIEi~'T/:SANAGEMENT--PLAN.NING/QUALITY CONTROL,INDUSTRIAL/`~"' . 1964 69DDS HANDBOOK FOR CourLEn M~*ACE~rEivz~ L~sFU.y PDDL TOTAL QUALITY ASSURANCE National Foremen s Institute Bureau of Business Practice National Sales Development Institute Waterford, Connecticut ~• ~. ~J ~ •, ~t~L-(,cG:% rA n n n r~j i 5 VOLVAtE XXVI Edward M. Stiles Qudity Assurance Dtar.cgef Oliuetti-Underwood Corp. Hcrt ford, Conn. , -,n._ ., r.., ~,~..~,..~, . . ....,,r:~. a
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W& 50253 0196 XR ?:aF-E-6ft~-73 ~ FiJ~h fapcr ----__ ..~. _L____..... ~...,_.-. ,......_...«........._... _..._~ Jour. Soc. Dairy Technol. 25(4)155-99(1972) QUO TGlfc"Ott '. ''4'W~HOWTa: •BY EURWEN RICHARDS Senior Technologist, bl:arks & Spencer Ltd. The science of quality control has become an important part of tlie food ir.dustry during the iast decade. In some countries it is a university discipline and students are in;truc(ed in the measurement of quality, statistical analysis and control of both products and p:r,~onnel. Much h:u been written on the subjxt inclcdinc an important contribution by our President, Dr. J. G. D.tt is. in a volume edited by Dr. }lencitdoerfer. F ood is producrd for the consumer and the most important person in the whole process is the customer, uiualls th4 hc;tacv-ifc. She has ala•avs ex,rciscd a tortolofdilua()y f)r.tr~/ aj~ ii~)he; buyingconiparesc;ualit.•, pr1.;:, ai~d vi:(ue for mone%,. i ~. - ------__..... _. . __~~...._... The housewife chooses what suits her particular purpose and h~:r particular pocket. The advent of supermarkets and prepacked products has made the personal selection of food easier. The retailer, in providing pre-selected. packed foods is carn•inp out a quality and select:on exercise on behalf of the housewife. Her decisiors shouid thereforc be more easilv made and the wholi; system of food production and marketing be operated more efliciently and hygienically. Quality control - dcfinition ?3E~or~~s:e.;xamine the auhject of quality control from tl;e i;oint of view of the retailer, let mc try to •. • f ., . r..... .,f f-:.... 7:.~Ln,.ln..v t"ijr M Nu- 4_ ncluber. 1972 . 195 a
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sip50253 0217 '' ~ .~ WATER--POLLUTION/ 1. HEPOfil NO. EPA-440/9-76-023 TECHNICAL REPORT DATA (l'lrasc read lnatruci:uiu on the reverse Gclnre complcringJ a 2. 3. HECIPILNT'S ACCESSIOMNO. 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE 5. REPORT DATE Quality Eriteria-,for-Waten~-:- Jul 1976 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 1?. SI'ONSOI:ING ACENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVEf U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water Planning and Standards 1a.SPONSORINGAGENCYCODE Washington DC 20460 The Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972 require the Administra tor of the Environmental. Protection Agency to publish criteria for water quality accurately reflecting the latest scientific knowledge on the kind and extent of all identifiable effects on health and welfare which may be expected from the presence of pollutants in any body of water, including ground wat_r. Proposed Water Quality Criteria were developed and a notice of their availability was published on-Oct 26, 1973 (38 FR 29646). This present volume represents a revi- sion of the proposed water quality criteria based upon a consideration of commen` received frpLm o.ther F~der,alranAnci P.5, ,~Sta1e 4gencies, special interest groups and i ndi vi d'~lal'sci 4nt'°st~ ~ . ,~-~
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50253 0207 E SOCIETY OF SOFT DRINK TECHNOLOGISTS 1l Y~f' /ntrrnt,YI l.r nn.n..er n+a .. r e.n rn -•s ~UA~Lj1 VV..L.\VV •.ua..V./.1 V• •4L1Ua.IL.J QUALITY CONTROL METHODOLOGY Society of Soft Drink Technologists 1101 Sixteenth Street, N. W. Washington, D. C. 20036 9
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ALPS 0253 MANAGEN,ENT---RLANNING/QUALITY ASSURANCE/ TS 156 Cr 1979 17 C• The Art of Making Quality Certain , .i-, A 0 .. v cv ./ "mv,f I/ rb Philip B. Crosby McGraw-Hill Baok Company Nc-wYork St Louis San Francisco Auckland Boqota Uusseldoil Jc,hannesbur3 London t,Aadrid hlcr.ico Montreal New Delhi Panama Paris Sao Paulo Singapore Sydney Tokyo Toronto 0225 1
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TD 897 Un 1976 .- E 50253 0216 . .. TOXICOLOGY--ACUTR TOXICITIES/;JATER--POLLUTION/PI:STICIF)CS--T0XiC0LOGY/ 1. RCPORI NO7 12.-- ` 3. Fa:CIF'IENT'S ACCLti$IOf. [E'A-440_/9-76-02 13 _ 4. TITLL AND SUDT11 LE 5. 1tf('JFLT DATEV Quality Criteria for tlater __Ju"l__1976 G. rcRFOfiAtIr:G O1{GArdl Ci. AUTFIOr11S1 9. PEFlFOIiMING ORGANIZAT{ON NAAiE ANO ADDHES,°i 12.:1'ON`.;ORING AGL'NCY NAMC AND Af)DR@SS ~ U. S v~ ~•on~) nt 1 Pro ecti,on _~1g qcy f~Of~fic~~oi''l'lat~r ~Plamzinc a~i~.l St~~-dards 0. P[7iF<inMING OI1GAw/: 10. F'fiO<;RAM CLf.h:•CM'f t. 1 L. CI5NI RACT/GflllN f Nk' 13. TYF'L OF RCPORT ANI'' 14. SI'ONSORING AGCNCY C . ..,, . .,__- __ ontrol Act Amondments of 1972 require t! I tor of the Envi rorn:.Lntal Protecti on Agency to publ i sh cri teri a for ~- ,r.cur~ltF~lv ;cientific I:nowlec!ne on the kinu ai-
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TP 370 In 1974 BEV}?RAGES/JUICES/ INTERNATIONAL UNION OF FOOD SCIENCE . AND TECHNOLOGY (IUFoST) DE ALIMENTOS (I. A. T. A.) INSTITUTO DIs AGROQUIMICA Y TECNOLOGIA F.t:<~..`THL ~9..._ _. _.. UALITY AND DET'ERMINATTON OI',AUU,LTERATIpNS 1Nl~CITRUS JUICES. ,..~. ... , CALIDAD Y DETECCION DE ADULTERACIONES EN ZUMOS CITRICOS CONI'E3LNCIA IN'I'L:Ii,NAC:ONAL ~? il fl fl t; ,a VALLNCIA R ~+ 7 7.974 I
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F00i3--ANALYSIS/FLAVORANTS--F00D/SI4EETENERS% TP 44TH9`0unn, "~WPOO°ri9=: 370 XAND&VERAGES r'4 'O . Ch 5~-- 1981 &&50253 0224 Proceedings of aVSyrmposium of the second International Flavc Conference Julv 20-21, 1981, Athens, Greece F E~ited by Agricultural and Food Chemistry DivisiQn of the American Chemical Society St. Louis, Missouri George Charalambous ACADEMIC PRESS 1981 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Pub4shers New York London Toronto Sydney 3eorge Inglett U.S. Department of Agriculture Science and Education Administration Northern Regional Research Center Peoria, Illinois San Francisco I n
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ALft 50253 0232 /FOOD--EVALUATION TECHhIQUES/ FOOD--QUALIxY/ TP 370 Mc 1974 }~11nNIEL, btina R. , 1944- ~MI'M)Ii ISI'T.-t1TIOV V}~2SUS cATEtO::Y 59CALLtiC IN' I" FF.EI•F.r'.F:r`CE 77-STL':G A?M University of Mssachusctts, Ph.D., 1974 Food 1'ec}mology Xorox Univarsity P,"icrofilms, AnnArbor,Michlpan48fo8 : 4
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50253 0208 j VI Ta3-73 TUP,ACCO--MANUi'ACTU ::T. A.tiD T.:ADf:'--:iili'1'i::G C;G?:TAI':1-F.S/ TOIiACCO--I'~~CK?..^•I.~ ~G;~CK?..^•I.~~ G;•I.~~G; GLALS Y-C. VT T13-7 3 \ ~ C'n vUj;np~ (yt ,OnQa.) ~ 0 1 i i fMP x c~:i1^nP•- Vcr ~ F ' ~ ~ ti)C'.i ~(Oip- :.~n.rol..e _cf l.rvcl:fchlcr .~. p . llri,-t~n zaam l.^_7 I:ln,"n:'1~a~lrii C i # , r ;iatcri< ..• : ' cer'-r =a -) 9 ; i ~ Ccrm1l:) Tsbak-?;-,1i:;rVl-;.u:^, :C'%', pap4r, ::: 73) ({n Coloc,; ; Gc:. (May 21-25, 1 i ~ i ! i t t h19i ti, ;70. .,;* ~:'~r.•* , , . r o s; t) Yi. e/ li .13 1'. 7
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+-050253 0233 ~ ,..~ :~;:~_ TOBACCO--FERMENTATION/ 77 VIII De 1 RJR CLASS H4. PA~'IPHLLT 77 V1ll Del Devaine, ? *(no affil.)* . `QUALITY REQQIRIa1EhTS WITH TOBACCO STRIP$. *(A sztripsz dohanyok minoseBi kovetelmenyei.)* Dohanyipar 1976, 169-71 (1976) (in Hungarian with English -- - -• .... ...._.. _- - ---- ------. - __. ._.~---- The author presents in the introduction the advantages of stem removal before the industrial ' fermentation of the leaves. The infonaation was ' obtained from his own experience as well as from l~the experience of foreign experts of industrial fennentation. The most iinportant qualitative properties of industrially fermented leaves are the fractional composition of fragmented leaves and the size of stems. The quality of fenn2nted 1 ar e 1ea~~e ~Qhicco )naer ~1l ~~{~r esented i n #ltht~~s~~trmar'y ~t~d guggrstions fo' r iLrther study abstract)
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4& 50253 0236 TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ STRESS/ REPORTS FRO"1 THE l.AE30RQTORY F0:? CL1INIG1L STRESS RESEARCH VF:ARULINS!'v1 INSTIPJTE . - . STOCKHVLPI 79IILe . `WAI?"fY OF' 1'tir 1n1pKIf,4G EN VIRV`:"NT: PPOFSbTT(1`: 0y%CCi~P:. T . PB 289667 . i No. 88 A'qcCc. r; N, ,EALTN.~ `` by . Lennort~evi September 1978 j NA710tiAL 7EC'(GAL rfl f`v(C~.L' ~µ.Vf[f:C E 'bl
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I - 0 50253 0231 C i 4 I FOOU--Q:J~L I T Y/ i'OOT)--F RCN'tS •^.! K?: ,% T---? P.C CE S S I:IC / FOOD--PRESERVATJVES/ 73 XX NeF-E-dC6- k1a e _.....:•....~'~!11~ ES(N Pubt !'io. 3?:d QilAbF:Y AND fTS+:SSERY-k-174Q14. Ivan A. Wolff I TOODS7 Eaatern ?taricetir.g and Nutritioa ticsearch Dtvision Proceedings Jltricultural 4esearch Service, USDA thiladelphia, Pa. Eastern Experiment Station Collaboraitors Conference - U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE October 26-27, 1971 AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE • lC a r D 4 n n a A 2 s s 7 0. ARS 73-74 JYne 1972 [
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~ .io 50253 0215 1:O:,I)--Qi!!1-1 ,:Ti'/'\U'f :If lUidf / VJ.3'i;t•lli: ~ VI'VMl;; i:/ ItEIiILF'I' "LUR 1N7I:PNA•I'f0NALI•:N ZLI"I'SCIIRINTFCi: \'ITA\lIiv- UNl) L'RNXIihl.lN (:SPOhSCIIUAG '~'U= ~~UU -StiUr:II?G1 N h.14 TP 370 ' Dr o U...LI~r%1.~rS~.L~~rL ~~111MN T 1:7 rs -.' DL;I:. ?~,~~!I~I:~J~;~ VON rRO]•.1)1:.I•1111..G1:OhG RI:UI;nCtiF,l: L'NI: 1'kJP.1J1:. r11:1). CCINTIILI: RI'1 7.P.1. VEP,LAG I I A N S II Ul:1:R itEki+ S'I'IIY"fCAI:T \V!EN nn(l I , ,
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m&50253 0235 h~T~'-'r~~~~'~.`~`' UF~:RI~(l~Pl~~DS 0 T ir o-• cinper.tui-e Tolerance una Its Sigui{icance Van V!:?,i+.'T Atdi1 S:C.4.u7LI?;X OP Fi1'dJLS, =tr, by v77} :-IiCl1:CJ. ~ . •....t, .i.~.~ -tU 384 {'c4~i=$ ha• YoYjC Z 7 4
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d;b 50253 0209 VI To-80 S.P. TOBACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ TOBACCO'--QUALITY CONTROL! Walker, R. M. itJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI To-80 s.p. (Brown Williamson Tobacco Corp., xes.,Dev., Louisville, Ky., U. S.) TOB C ICARETTgFIAVORS rD,, Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 34th, papei, Richmond, Va. (Oct. 27-29, 1980) (in Eng-29, 1980) (in English) Our flavor evaluation program consists of three steps: sensory evaluation, physical and chemical analyses, and formulation verification by aas-liquid chromatography. It is a combination of complementary sensory and instrumental analyses... I o~,r~nn4 1 ,:SA /A 80
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...~,_..... .. _ ... .. ~._ ... _..,~. 50253 0211 ~, 7G 3(~:III F 732 ; :,<~ .. . . . . . 176'199-208 167 6 m ` - 19 7, im Adii Alinu ,Symposu onno.z.ngum,, Aluminum Pedcration, I.irminghanr, London ,~~~~~u~~~~~~~r to r-Tr~ F.~ c he r~ c~~ ro r~ THE GENERAL SITUATION V1, Quafity conlrol arld stand:udization in anodizing can bc considered under four different asl,ccts : (a) Definition of the qualit) level to be required of the films in connection with their expected per- formance; (b) Tcst methods to*be used iri order to check that the propcrties of the films lie within established limits; (c) Sampling procedures to be applied for the prac- tteal Control of : Daily prociuction Lots delivered to customcrs; Paper 13 Dr. F. Sacchi` Meeting after meeting, these Committees found that more and more problems were arisinr, sc that in the end the subject di%ersifieci into sunvethirl"; 1t1:;e the scheme sho%% n in Tab;c I. The scheme starts with the definition of filtn qutrlirY and ends with rules for the preliminary plant inspec- tion rcduircd for a• w-ell founded Qualitc L,rbcl: .1ctuall)', the field representecd by the schcnie is limited within technical boundaries, that is, within the scope of the CIDA Committee; to get thc whole piclure, one shoulct add two morc items, one at the beginning and onc at the end, %tihich fell within the scope of the E11'AA Comrnitte-e. a 1t t 1C Jt.rltrlnrllP• IS- r
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4&.50253 0228 ~_ IF— /M I P. D1;TRR " alimenta 19 167 - 170 (1980) XX,MeF- -404-81 FUNDAMENTALS OF SENSORY EVALUATION OF FOOD. II.'THE"QUALITY;-: ~.OF:.aUD,GES:'4,~, Crun~lagen dof*sorikhen Beurteilung von Lebensmitteln II. Die Qualitat des Frufers Eidg. Forschungsanstalt fur Obst-, Wein- und Gartenbau, CH-8820 Wadenswil/Schweiz 3.1. Anforderungen an den Priifer 3.1.1. Allgemeines Welche Anforderungen sind an die Leistungen des in der sensorischen Analyse eingesetzten Prilfers zu stellen? Es sind im wesentlichen die gleichen, die an diejenigen eines x•beliebigen Messinstrumentes gestellt werden: gute Re- prodtuierbarkeir; de{ `Mes3we{fq ir~j Verhaltnis zum Dis: kriminierfahigkert des InstmmPnre t., r t auch zur Schulung, werden regelmassig Tests mit bekann- ten Proben durchgefiihrt, z.B. bekannte Konzentrationen bei lntensitatspriifungen, Rangordnungsprufungen oder zwischen den Proben. Bei der Priifung auf Reproduzierbarkeit von Einzelwerten ist zu beachten, dass jede sensorische Beurteilung einer Probwvon der Beurteilung der unmittelbar vorher gereich- '•- ^robe abhangt. Dieser unvermeidbare Fehler des wertes wird beirn Einsatz einer Gruppe und einer _-- -,_,,, _.--......ben Reihenfolge der gereichten Proben ausgemittelt. a Scnweiienwerte, hohe Sattigungsgrenze und nicht vor- Nur die langfristige Beobachtung der Leistungen eines
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. 50253 0219 77..VI To-72 TOl3ACC0--FLUE-CUKEU--qUALITY/ S.P. 5'Q3:A(?ff;xxP KitTaYy.i x R..Ti Ci:,*::i;i NO. YAL•iz'iii..i_:T VI To 1972 Rice, J. C.; Terrill, T. R.; Currin, R.; Golden, R.; Clark, F. ' : (North C4rolina State L'niv., F,leiSh, N. C.; Va. Po1.ytech. Inst., ~ ~'a.; Pee Dee ..::p. Sta., Florcnce, S. C.; Coastal Plain E::p. Sta., Tiit^:1, V."'..; ...:i'.. i'ic^.., 1'2a., U. S.) _ „g,u AS F V Ai t iATE D E~~~; :_;1I_ ~I I' `L'?! CO?ESTIL/:'CnC Joint Conf., Syr;p., paper, ld_llia:asburg, Va., 12 p. (Oct. 22- 2fi, 7-172) (in ia:Ul ish) { *1972, No. 21, id 977'LJX *lr:~~
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50253 0242 i ; Reprint , jti' . auth3r , ~ Johnstone, R. A. 17. COh1POSITION OF C1.GARETTE SMOKE: SOMi. L04J-BOILING , COMPONENTS, by R. A. W. Johnstone, P. M. Qumn, und i 14. Carruthc.rs. ! ; Reprint from: Nature 195 (No. 4E48) 1267-1269 (Syj>L•. ~ 1962) ~ 29, %Z ~ ri r) r, . ~ :] il
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50253 0241 Quan, P. M., jt.- aut. - Ca;ok,, .T"t;, ?I'i ~", GC: : : :: _: ~ i ~E1.'•.3 C. C:-,7r.` , •r r r ~ ~~`{ ~ eptY C~~i~ar YrAi4.. Jo ~~c CC%,:: !Sr, j7 [~I+ 4 ~L;ti~•~f %p 1 ~ ~ i.iw I%"-iJ ~ p t t0 .yf ~•~~'~ ~J.~ W.JI~faV L'vv0 L~~ ~ ~,~r~nnr,
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55 Q ~_ ., ._ .. 50253 0240 i Ai.n A~'3 ~~::~..Y 1:. ~:;.-.. taiE.^S! Cf::. 19611 " i, p.
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50253 0247 I a w 505 ll l)esssuer, Friedrich, July 19, 1SS1- Quantcnuiole~ ie; Einfiillrwnb in cinen neuen Wisseils- z1~ l3erlin, Sprilicrel, 1NA. 178 p. illus. 2-i cm. 1. I:Io1ogiCa1 Ph3'sics. I. Title. ~,llf JOo.T)•1 ,i ,1 5~ J2OG ~ J\ Library of Congres, 131 00 4
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E 50253 0214 ' ~'tc llI I? :~+~:~?JxI.nZ:~G GT~pATt~ ~ ~ (]968) IN B;JYIXxi;G GR[L.iE+.Z ., L!1" N. t'l. Je T< ~>S'ii:f•C'i~.. IY. ~ F::•;.! 3. 13. .ilccs.alu~ h I'ro.;. JoLtr. 70 ~7~0'l'. , .. , ._.... .. . ^. , , _ ~....,,-• --• ~ t~ ~i ~ n t1 r~
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"E 50253 0227 I 81 V Se1 OLFACTION/ODORS--MEASUREMENT/ SENSORY EVALUATION/ . , , . '~ ~~~~~~ ' F~~~I~ dLFACY`bR'S~ P~R~Ef'TION~~ ~ ''° ~ ' ?an,'~Cr`^£~~ y N 505 (Aug. 1977) ~ept. No. Univ. Stockholm, Dept. Psychol. Berglund, B. Quality, intensity, and time in olfactory perception. Rep. Dep. Psychol., Univer. Stockholm, 1977, No. 505. - Experiments on odor perception are classified in terms of number of odorous substances and temporal patterns of stimulation used in the designs. This clas- sification leads to four well-known sensory functions: the psychophysical, the interactive, the self-adaptive, and the cross-adaptive. These functions were analysed in experiments with hydrogen sulfide and dimethyl disul- fide as odorous stimuli. It is concluded that the olfac- *Paper to appear in PFoceedings,of ~he;,6th International Symposium on 0lfactioh arid fast~, Paris, July'15-17, 1977. London: Information Re- • *.a the Swedish touncil for Social Dr. Martha Teghtsoonian have 6..«<-vaiuauie comments on the manusczipt.
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50253 0239 FLAVORANTS--FOOD/ I acio. _WL4u., /L ~ -~~~~ 78 ~ Qu ~' ATIONSHIPS ~f ROi~.A`COMPOUNDS TO CIR1lE0~FRUIT FLAVOR AMON~'SEVERAL PEAR CULTIVARS ~I A Quamme~,~;,~ Harriage Research Station Agriculture Canada Harrow, Ontario Canada NOR 1G0 t I h Abstract Relationships of aroma compounds to canned fruit_flav_or among se_eral pear clti ~•a rs_ ~ Tlavor (tate) ~•as~corpared to aroma (smell) in panels ; conducted on canned fruit harvested from cultivars in the Harrow pear ~ collection (39)in 1972, 27 in 1973 and 1974 each). Close correl- ations were found between aroma and flavor (1972, r- .66; 1973, r= ; .78 and 1974, r=.80) indicating the irportance of volatile aromatics to pear flavor. Bartlett, its sports and HW-602 all had outstanding flavor and aroma. These cultivars and possibly Laxton's Progress had a similar aroma that was different from other cultivars. ~ ,All .cultivars.•with, Fartl~tt,l;ype aroma had higher totai levels of t1 4 ' n (I fdecldienodte 4tters)thaA other cultivars, with the exception of Surecroo. as mP.lClirarl k•• '^^--^9's spectrometric method. The roiety ,.er separated and meLsured by Eight to nine esters appeared to be ._.. .... .• yi'dr..s or extracts from Bartlett flavor-types ; end Surecrop. On the basis of the chromatograms, Bartlett appeared . ( to have the same corr.pler:.ent of esters in relativel.v the same amounts. h~rf n, Otnrn.i r- 1nr_ant.-?~A_-*_ffnrnnt_.rnlati- .r.nu--+tr, nf..
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dip TS 2240 Un 1978 Oral Cor,tracf:ptive Pill Labeling) 50253 0234 SMOKING.AND HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ CONTRNCEPTIVES, ORAL/ LA4JS & LEGISLATION/ U aLIi i~' Vi"~ SCIE~JTI1~I~ EvIDErJCE' IN~~~ FDA,-p REGULA.TORY-]DECISIflNS.=~ Mhe Adoption of ar, Antismoking Warning in i , HEARING BEFORE A U.S. OOVF.RNMENT PRINTING OFFICE PrdSIIINGTON : 197S SUECOIAIIIITTEE OF THE COMMITT i'E ON GOYERNMENT O.c ERATIONS HOU~~E OF REFRESENTATIVE3 O* 4_ n n ffIF"T~'-'VT# CJJN~'itESS OCTOBER 4, 1978
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50253 0243 78 II Un Sys-"ff n ThrDory Ariplicadc ions -i i ng to ~ gricultural N/7bdo A Proceedinr,s . Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service U.S.. Department of Agriculture In cooperation with The National Science Foundation ESCS-07 Edited by A.H. Levis Page Introduction 1 Opportunities for Systems Scientists in Modeling Agricultural 3 Systems , ~ ~) -4 4i ' , Tp,ward a Conceptua Framewor{~ fo'r'Pof icv l~nalysis Modeling 9 Applications of Systems Science in Projecting Alternative Food 15 -anri Anrir.t iltural Futur_e3 r- - 1
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50253 024U 78 XI AdI-~.7~ ~, , ~ S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAPSPIILET 78-Y.I" Ad-79 S.P.~ Flair ~ WHEN INITIATIVE - BECOMES U:TDRINKABLE. ~ z, _ e ,J : (Quaud: I fnitiative rlevt~erit iir.buvable). Flait, 1979, p. not given, (:•iay, 1979)* (in French)* b'rederic Lorrain rebukes the Good Tcmplars, who are otill hoping to ban ~ Zigarotte nnd drink advertising in Switzcrland. Ho points out that no ,ciElrette advertinemant in nor^_ than a brand :.dvertise:ient, rLnd does not imply that smokin6lis good. The whole situation could bcco-ne ridiculous, with films banned because the hero smokes, people called "Bonv.in" being ~oblieed to chan3e their naune, etc, ~_--- .y o r1 o (l r)
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4& 50253 0253 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 VI La Langone, J. J.; Vunakis, H. V.; Hill, P. (Brandeis Univ., Dep. Biochem., Waltham, rlass., U. S.; Amer. Health I., New York, N. Y., U. S.) ~~~INiNL°° II~ ` SEI~A `OR S:~1bY,~kS ; . , F.es. COL~taun. Chem. Pathol. Fharmacol.-lU' (No. 1) 21-28 (Jan. 1975) ;nSlish) ~ *Keywords:* cotinine, smoke, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent. t; ~ t~ f~ C1 f i i~ r~
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. V a ra1. .. , . . ._`_ h A,P .1 ~Y 1 i ! • " 50253 0237 :-, • • •+,•------ e- , y'/, z 7S N _ . a.~.( I , , ~ ~ ~ 4~~, .°~4A4-4---' Recherches sur la Qualitc et le Rendement de 1'Essence de Lavande de Diverses Regions de Bulgarie NICOLA NICOLOV, BOIKOV GEORGE. IVAN IVANOV, DOGANOVA LUBA et TLOlFFZOIJLOVA ANETA A. f. d'Etat NIIARAIACHIM - Institut de Rechrches Scientifiques. Chimiques el I'harmaceutiyucs, Section d'Iludes Iascnticlles, Parfumerie et Cosmetique, SoGa,l3ulga:ie • LA eulture dc la Iavande ct Ia production a!a cu!turc de lavande. Dans ees rfgions sont de 1'e~ rxe/~c I~ran cr. ul~ ric~ ar~ nt~ n 76. lecs les conditions ecologiqucs - la culnpusl It<v*tnhNe.M1/ `1ni.~ rMM+r.'11.~L~ .iJ...iAA.~ iN d•. snI 1'•.1/:0 ...I. 1'.. .....:.:.... .ler .+........
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50253 0248 ; 71 1 11 ; In ~ g,~~,l~?`J'~~~l;~s` ;{- d,Tte C~y1AT-1OW 0Y ~1~~RaNI~ENTk~S I ~ , t akub3.h, Iy. ~ 0F r~~laut?: R:Et~'i1I. . ~ s n ~; r 0~ ~ 1 s ~ c k, r. ls. C:~•a;;r.osl ~ ~.C ~:3 a i7 Ci !i ~i
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SMOKING & HEALTH/AS~B_ESTOS/OCCUPATIONAL'DISEASES/RADIATION, IONIZFtG/ 50253 0249 ' CARCINOGENS/CANCER--U. S./EPIDEMIOLOGY/LEUKEMIA/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/ CANCER--CAUSATION-- BY ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS/ 9 RC 261 Ba 1981 g QUANTIFtCATION OF Edited by 1OPUPATIONAIr CRICHARD PETO S-- University of Oxford C~ r~ ~f~`"'Tt. ~. ~ ER~~`"`°` ' MARVIN SCHNEIDERMAN COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY r 19811 r. Clement Associates
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~ 1; 50253 0259 Piexce, j•JilYin Gar:;iuy . _ W"•.l3i:, C..~~:.•;~ y~y Pieicc md E&warci L~.utn Hr_eniaca, 3rd ed. 19148 52U John t1i7.ey G Soas, Inc. t?era York r-•..T~~.!. ~...., . • _ _ . . 0 4 0 (1 (1 f j e 'a ~l _ 9 3
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! 50253 0238 . i MALIT~C CO:1m?;QL/}U1r,4Cr'riPd1'--PLA_~T\IPdG/ 01-gCIi"IZZ,-I1Z011CI1 AjJp10,1CI ,CJ t0 Imp101%IIJg ProdTrct Qrrality and Service Martin R. Smith y () ~y 71- S• (,.C /Q a ~~. ~ ~. a l~ivision of ;I~ 5 ,/ `' American I~ianagei.icnt Associations C~ ~ ti~~ 5 8 "l 7 V , u1. , ~ ~`i6:
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~ ., -.~~.. . ... ):'actors .actor ;;„_,._.. ~`7G A~uantita~tlorl of~tfi~e s Which Affect thc Hydrolase and Trarisgalactosylase Activities of .~-Galactosidase (E. coli) on,Lactose.t R. E. Huber,• G. Kurz, and K. Wallenfels ' ABSTRACT: A study was implemented to quantitate the hy- drolase and transgaiactosylasc activities of /3-galactosidase (E. coli) with lactose as the substrate and to investigate various factors which affect these activities. At low lactose concen- trations the rate of galactose production was equal to the rate of glucose production. The rate of galactose production relative to glucose, however, dropped dramatically at lactose concen- trations higher than 0.05 M and production of trisaccharides and tetrasaccharides began OalaclPse~giucp~e ra xos o about 2:1 and 3:1, res ' c`~ ^A .A,r th6se t~4o t'aes d~ oligosaccharide formed and their Fl,«11I.., 0 50253 0254 , / OG~. ~ (9J /99~. ao o I (M71 however, that allolactose could also be formed in significant quantities by the transfer of galactose to the 6 position of free glucose, and also by hydrolysis of preformcd'trisaccharide. A mechanism which fits the initial velocity data was proposed in which the steps involving the formation of an enzyme-ga- lactose-glucose complex, the formation and breakage of allo- lactose on the enzyme, and the release of alucose all seem to be of rouphly equal magnitude and rate determining. Various factors affected the amounts of transgalactosylase and hy- =Zlrolate at/tivitl~s occurring. At high pl-I values (>7.8) the 'ase/hydrolyase activity ratio increased dra- it decreased at low pH values (<6.0). At mid 7 -.
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t1D 69 `ta 1969 DL'CISIO,i :t~"+?:~::C/?ilL1ACE'fEVT--OPERA:IO:d/'.J1':l+CF:"F!:':T--CO:iF'L?Tr:Fi/iA . . . Revisecl Edition L. D. Massey ~ John Ileptonstall . ~ T CO"fPUTERS/ 0 1 * I ~r~,°~~~~~~~~c~A~~l~'~~~ ~E ~-.. ~.F ~ Amcrican Managcmetit Association Extcnsion Institute Se.ries ~o .: / ~ bnn ti-y , 'N o 5. 50253 0256 ~ 4 0 (~ n r~ ~ ~ A 9 ~
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'J J.J.- h`a50253 0250 13018 AS38&,P 1oo2_~ppy : ,~ FRt:E S'PJ PHARI4 SC! '7b (q ~ tQuantrficartion-of Pherieyclidine.in Mainstream:- 1--ene as~~. . , / _- ~_gyrQly~ia, A. S. FREEMAN and B. R. MARTIN = Received September 2,1980, from the Department of Pharmacology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA 23298. Accepted for publication February 12, 1981. Abstract O Parsley cigarettes containing [3H]phencyclidine were ma- chine smoked, and the mainstream smoke was trapped in glass wool fil- ters. Radioactivity was extracted from these filters with chloroform. The average recoveries of radioactivity were 76, 85, 70, and 6rc for cigarettes containing 3,10, 30, and 50 mg of [3H]phencyclidine hydrochloride, re- spectively. TLC and GLC-mass spectrometry were employed to identify and quantify compounds in the filter extracts. Approximately one-half of the recovered radioactivity represented a pyrolysis product, phenyl- cyclohez-1-ene. Formation of this product involved loss of piperidine from phencyclidine. Piperidine, which was not radiolabeled, also may appear in smoke intact. The remainder of the radiolabeled material represented unchanged phencyclidine. Therefore, the percentage of [3H]phencyclidine delivered was -40''n of the amount smoked. This result was independent of puff frequency and quantity of phencyclidine hydrochloride smokqd over the range tested. The [3J-I]phj r~cyc,idine ofliver}~ wai pompared td the quanti - " ' " OO 0 phencyclidine C phenylcyclohex-l-ene Scheme I E?iPERIMENTAL Drugs -Phencyclidine hydrochloridel, piperidinocyclohexane ca bonitrile', [phenyl-1-3H(n)]phencyclidinet (17 Ci/mmole), 0' tetrahydrocannabinoll, and [1',2'-9H]-A9-tetrahydrocannabinolI (4 ~ q'Ci/Amolq) were used. [pyrrolidinyl-4',4-3H]Nicotine (4.7 Ci/mmolc was svnthesized according to the procedure of Vincek et al. (5). 9
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41MI 50253 0255 LUNGS--INHALED PARTIZULATES--CLEARAI\CE/ jour. App2. Physiolvp,y 33 (6)757-62 (1972) uaiztitauon,.of _ rcuiona-1-r-__.e;,;rosol-- clearance-fa. ~ . Znt--i;ho....normal-humall Iun (T -.. J. SA\CIIIS, M. I)0I,OVICii, R. CHALMERS, A\P. M. NEWHOUSE Rr,ior.al Resf,ir;rt,:}• Urdt, St. Josrf-h's Hrs/4tal ar.o Dcflartmrnt of Aledicine, 1llcAfastrr Li:irtrsitt•, Hw+rillon, Ontario, Car.ada ~ A n '~ 2 SANCH•.S, ~T., ~t. DULOV1CIf, R. CK.~r.ltERS, AXD M. I~E\C}toUSli. `E8 I Quantilatro: oi rr; •'craf arroxod tliarancr in the nonnal l:uman lung. J. Appl. Yh.s:ol.• 33(0): 757• 762. 1972.-Lung removal of i'lI- labelcd human seran albutnin acrosol droplcts of aerodynamic mass mcdian dianictrr 3 µwas quantifiPd in ninc normal adults using a scinti!lation camcra intcrfaced to a data collection system. Regional analysis was accomplished by dividing the lung into perihilar, intermediate, and periphcral zones. These showed well-di(ferentiated clearance cur.•es, the perihilar having a rapid first phase with 110.5 hr, a srcond s.ith 114.5 hr, and a third with $123 hr. The intennediatc ionc show:d two phases with ti 8 and 23 hr, respectively, while thc periphcrzl had an initial increase 0 4 vjilh t() hr{f)l!dwed b}• aFicrea. w9i t;43 hr. At 25 fir, «•hen mucociliary elearance «•as co,npletc, the nerihilar, intermediate, /
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+l50253 0267 `~.*- "`,,~~ :+F~~ ~y Chlcl-xlcs Varscl, Franl; E. I.csnik, and Franc i s : . Morm11. 0 I
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1 Series; QuantitativeSApplicationsNinYthe/Social Editors Eric M. Uslaner Series / Number 07-009 QA 276 Us 1978 yc. PDDL t253 0279 1` L Sciences, CHARLES IV. OSTROM, JR. Michigan Stute Uuirersity ~y . SAGE PUBLICATIONS / lkverly Hills / London fLIiC'EF~afaE~CF6 1 /A C ~j`111' ~= J iis~:i61:1'd L: :~ ~iib i t)
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. -YAgIANCE/ STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ Series: Quant•itative Applications" iii'ttie Social Sciene"as Editor: Eric M. Uslaner rid QA 276 wLls 1976 y ~, PDDL (F~~~~. '~ ~J~ ~~ ` "u ~al Yf h rn. {J ~;.~ ~ ~l {~.y1 `iry: U GUD':14UN,) 1:. IVERSEN Swathmorc College HELI1UT NO;-".POTH University ujColugne ~~ SAGE PULUCATIOwS / E:everly Hills / London , mig 50253 0274 Serics / Number 07-(}O1 0 f~ 0 00 3
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:w 50253 0276 CORRF.LATION/,. - ~ .JSTATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ Series: QUANTITATIVE APPLICATIONS,•IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES`r QA 276 Us 1977 yG, PDDL ;c. Editor: Eric M. UslBtter ScriesJht-+nbcr07•006 ~r'r; ~~ ~ ~ 'w~~~~~ .~~~ MARIC S. LEVINE Research Department Leo Burnett U.S.A. p SAGE PUBLICATIONS / Beverly ftills / London oq.nn.n(; ~:ay ~ ~
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l c 50253 0262 .~ , 80 IX He TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYTICAL METHODS/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 IX He Hecht, S. S.; Carmella, S.t Hoffmann, D. (American Health Found., Naylor Dana Inst. Dis. Prev., Div. Cthem. Carcinog. snviron. Carcinog., Valhalla, N. Y. U.S.) QUANTITATIVE 1WALYSIS.O! ALKYL-2-8YDROXY-2-CYCIAPENTEN-1-ONES_IN : roallcclo sMOxs: J. Amer. Ches. Soc., confidential manuscript, submitted for publication , p. not numbered (1980) (in English) 2-Hydroxy-3-methyl-2-cyclopenten-l-one-3-methyl-14 14 C (-3-methyl-C) vas synthesized and employed as internal standard for the quantiative analysis of 1 and related alkyl-2-hydroxy-2-cyclopenten-l-ones in cigarette smoke. 'Lsyvordss• constituents too numerous to list. 0 4 0
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50253 0281 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ QA Series: lQUaNTITATIVE APPLICATIONS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES, V. 19, 276 20, 21, 22 -w us Seri es edi tor= John L. Sul l i van 1980 Vol. 19 DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS By William R. Klecka Vol. 20. LOG-LINEAR MODELS By David Knoke, Peter J.Burke Vol. 21. INTERRUPTED TIME SERIES ANALYSIS By David McDowall; Richard McCleary; Errol E. Meidinger; Richard A. ~ay, Jr. Vol. 22. APPLIED REGRESSION - AN INTRODUCTION By Michael S. Lewis-Beck SAGE PUBLICATIONS/ Beverly Hills/ London o~nnn~.:~:~y>c~
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~ 50253 0278 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ Series: Quantig ative Applications in.the.Social Scienas Editor: Eric M. Uslaner Scries / Numbcr 07-008 . QA 276 Us 1977 yc . rDDL z C. 11 ' `; ~ `a ,~~1 n f1 '"t~ J~ ~~~~ llAVII) K. HILDLU'RANI) University of Pcnnsylvautia JAMES D. LAING Univeisity of 1'eurr.cyhvairia and Stcnrforc! Uriircrsity a 4 0 HuWARD RuSi:ivTiiAL . Carnc°gic-tllellon Uliirrrrsity n (1 ~~ . ~r . . ..... ~.....~.. . ":vcrly Hills / London
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50253 0275 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ Series: -Quantitative`-Application's-in'the Socia2`Sciencel Editor: Eric M. Uslaner Scrics, Numbcr U7-00q QA 276 Us .1976 0 C, PDDL "~ C , RAINtON E. HENKEL Unh-enity oJ'A1ar}•lancl U SAGE PUBLICATIONS / Becerly Hills / London I 0 4 n n t1 ( , ; :~ ~`e.~ 9 1 - 4 -.
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___ ~ ~ .~ .--~vucs.. v J:_vt~J 1t~L"71C GCI-~Sf+UKh. -GAKL'U/Y MUlYU.~LUh./ 50253 0264 TOBACCO--SMOKE=,NITRIC OXIDE/ 2GBACCO-•-Sr'OKE--A'VALYTICAL M%4kODS/ ~ R,JR CLASS 110. PA2lPHLET XI Cci1-76 s.p. XI Col 76 Morris, Philip Europe ." S.P. QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS 9F.CA.'4BON MONO?(ZllE.(CD) AND NITRIC OXIDE•(h0)'' .IN-• CICARET1`9- S:~iOKE.j A Philip Morris, Europe,.Confidential Report, 4 p. (Dec. 17, 197•5) (in English) Co measured by an infrared method, No determination is chemiluminesccnc from ozone oxidation of No to No2. Methods and calculations described but not values given. *Keywords:* carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent; nitric oxide, smoke, constituent. a I 1! \ • •..
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50253 0273 vs iI-1 III nit -77 S.P. A<. QU~NTITATIYE pNAT.YSIS 0F TWO PROPOSED I7ECHANISMS .,TRANSPORT' IN THE L0WrR STP,ATOSPHERE' Rand Corp Santa Monica Calif '(000000) AUTHOR: Kellogg, Hilliam 11. 1234G3 USGRDR 17 Dec 5'i 2p Rept. on Proj. RAND. DESCRIPTORS: (#STRATOSPHERE, OZONE) , tS0TI0N, DENSITY, PERIODIC VARIATIONS AD-603 999 CT'STI Price: PC$3.00 140 ARsTR ACT !',:V,IaILAUL.t; ~ FOR VERTICAL OZONE, I (ZOt7E, STRh`!`OSPHERE) , ATSOSPHER: C I il n n n f ,: `r :J' 9 1 >
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,,;p50253 0261 _..r .I'OBACCO =-SMQKE--A~iALY.S.IS- ~LASOxr1TOR~'.•`SJ TIiAaS/ . . . . .- -- -- . ~o` ~ 3o1S' RJR CT.ASS NO. PAtTPIILET VT To 79 s. p. l C~rr+~lt1 S 1,t`6 1 t S, S ,; !:offr.iziin, )), , ~ _ . . , . ., , VI To-79 (A!-,cricnn ~~rzlt'.i I:0iniclrttion, Div. I:nvironr..entfl C1rci.nof;enesi ,, l'alih:11a, S. P. , y ~ ~. ,,,. . , . ...._•~. `"QL"A::TYTA L ~' ~Stxit 4M~3i+y..e,+wA'~ V^i ro s Itrl:- l1?'+ALYSIS O~RAI~:1'L-2-ii~'DfiO:{1'-? C'i CL0PEN1T.;ti-1Q:IFS :7?J., 1'OrAC# () . Tohacc,o Mcm. T:cs, Conf., 33rd, tape, Lexin; ton, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 197)) - (in Cn;,lish) IA1ky1-2-hydroxy-2-cyclopenten-l-nnes are recognized flavor. compounds in tobacco ;smoke, as well as being present in certain of the biologically active fractions , ;of smoke. A method for the quantitative analysis of alkyl-2-hydroxy-2-cyf4open-, 'iten-l-oaes was developed. 2-ilydroxy-3-methyl-2-cyclopenten-l-one-methyl- C was Isynthesized for uselys an internal standard. Ethyl-2-oxocyclopentanecarboxylate Ivas alkykated with C'.:3I to yield ethyl-l-methyl-2-oxocyclopentanecarboxylate- [methyl- C which was chlor#Eated, giving ethyl-3,3-dichloro-l-methyl-2-oxocyclo- (pentanecarboxylate-methyl- C. The latter was hydrolyzgd under acidic condi- Itionsl4o 2-hydroxy-3-methyl-2-cyclopenten-l-one-methyl- 'C, in 23% overall yield; ~from CH7I. For the quantitative analysis, 20 weight selected cigarettes were . ~smoked and the smoke was collected at -76C. Internal standard was added and ,tondensate was distributed between ether and aqueous base, pH 12. The aqueous jphase was .tcidified to pH 6 and extracted with ether. The ether extract, ieontaining the veak acids, was dried and concentrated and the alkyl-2-hydroxy-2-; l cyclopenten-l-ones were enriched by thin layer chromatography on silica Rel vith• elution by 70:30/benzene:ether. Quantification was by gas chromatography on a 6: ft glass column of 3: XE-60 on Chromsorb W-HP. A typical U.S. 85 mm nonfilter eigarette contained 47 ug of 3-hydryxy-3-methvl-2-cyclopenten-l-one and a number .. . ~ : j °Ctgr anyl'{hydFPXY 2`cYC>topei~(cn-d4on~ . . - ---•-- -_- . . -
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' 50253 0277 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ 1 Series: ":Qutantitative'Applications•in-the Social Sciencee, Scrics / Nunibar 07-007 Edited by; Eric M, Uslaner QA ~1~(1 ;~; 2Q6 tlll Lbtl~L~ t.Yl:t,J Jq •r~ 1977~ '~'fr~ c, PDDL ,J C. d H. T. REYNOLDS // ,?P University ujDc~!awar~ ~'.~ g ~~~'~v A ~ ' ~. SAGE PU13L1(•.17•IONS / lio-crly Nills / London ~GfL tl ~ri _7i '.TT "`R~r"'~'""`a..~.~"_.-
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10253 0283 8rj Series / Number 07-024 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ S~~ENCIA, 24 / ! QA ~76 Us I1981 llt:f~[l44EfMEQEfil E G f LEVG SAGE UNIVERSITY PRESS Series editor: John L. Sullivan JOHN P. McIVER EDWARD G. CARMINES Indiana University SAGE PUBLICATIONS Beverly Hills London i~ fC ~ _•-.
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! 50253 0288 CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/IATROGENIC DISEASES/CANCER--CAUSATION BY DRUGS/ 3 SMOKI NG & HEALTH/ l S l ement Archives of Toxico o uPp gY, RC 261 C1 1980 Quantitati~e,; Aspects ~ Assessment, of Risl~- in Chemical _Carcinogenesis ,; Symposium held in Rome/Italy, April 3-6, 1979 Edited by J. Clemmesen D. M. Conning D. Henschler F. Ocsch Technical Editing by A. Waring Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York 1980 y A ~. ~ r) ^I t~ f, ~:~ 9 > 7
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/ Fire b Materials 2(3)]. 2-9(].978) 50253 0252 ._ •J~ibttwiiY~i~~i:`iii«~tc ~-ljro~i;ic~i:::~t~~ i~i~ ~ ~~` - ~~l+~l~ '1'~St. A'CGihot~~ ~or: ><liu ciiid 1~~c(7ioc~s ufzTLX!V iiii;:~5~ti~l;c 1;a:ul~itioil< ~ 79 III Ra O1)..1. Ka~b:ltih and I) I'. 1'hillip.j' Ocparlmcnt uf 1=irc Safely I:ntiinccrin):, Univcraty uf I:dinbtugh. UK A limited retic%% of Ihc mclhud% maih hlc fnr rncamurinl; smoke from hurning m:ttcrial. hac hccn carricd uuI in nrdcr to dclinc a niclhud Ilcil cmild prmidc dala fur calculating mnul.c I4md. Rcwllti :mailablc in lite litcraturc ba~c hccn cxprc..cd on :t cuniuinn ha.i% and au),uicntcd ly frrthcr e\pt•ritncntaI «nr{k carried uul %%ilh a furnact• .iinilar lo lite Nalinu:d liurcau (if titandardk Ic%l luruact• and a.+nul.c-cuutainmcnt wluiuc (1.1.4 m') clw.cr lo 11eil u.cd U.% the Fire 1le.carch Station It•./. (•:ncnur:tl;inl; attrct•ment hct~~cen the d:Ua haic bt•cn fuund fnr mctthml. %%hich :iIlim .mnl,c to bccumc diluted and 1f) accuniulatc. Al:rccmcnt could be in:proicd if :in ailuwancc %%a% madc Gir Ilaming Lcim-, cuin);ui.hcd at diflcrt•nt timt•s in a tot. dcpcndcnt (in thermal strc•s and nx%gcn cnnccntratinn, mn rilicn a pilot li);ht is present. Tu hclp c\prc.% the rcmultti clcarl},-., ncn unit fur.ninl,inc.% i% prupwcd lite ulr.cura (uhl dcIincd a% I uh- I dlf li);hI atlcnualinn per nictrc of Ii;;ht palh• Thc.mul.c-pruJucin,; pulcnlial itf ditTcrcul malcrial. (/)•,) i• Ilicn nprctiticd in units uf ukcur:r cubic mclrcs per vrant of %ulatiics produced during lite lirt• cuuditiun (ulr uO g ~1. n 6 ej t; rl t') ri ~ 1, .1"; ,1 I
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50253 0245 --- % oz/ 1 - ~l 02 DK 001.8 : 655.535.5 : 681.3 : 017 : 0 un., en und Versuche zur autamatischen ' ' " PASSAT - U ber(eg~ Textanalyse als Vorb~dingung fur thesaurusorientierte maschi- nelle informations- und Dokun7entationssysteme Von Dietrarn No; fntann. Maria Jcht, 11e}raauc Qusadt und Rosemarie Weigand, Siemens AG, lVliinchen ThA PAS3AT Fro,;m.,m arld Test! for Lhe Autom ntic Analysfs oS T t - ex s ias a >>.~. Pi•orejuisition is esNurlas oriented Auto;Utic In:'ormstion and DQcumentation ;,qstems . • ~ ti•* F<_ . T he PASSAT pruircw sr:e:ts keIru:urds (u'escriptors) from iests by ancl,,;_ing the context. Reccuse of tF.e al%aacticci rf::r.::cu~cj Cf r.:aurnt ',angueUes, it is not necessary to analyze the words of a text uithin the tnda•iduci sentcnces. The t:rt words car: be listed in aiphabe;ical ordcr. Information ou tiie coktvxt,is giver.r,y te as~ociatior.c y;hieh the selected text words provoke. As pre-inferma- tier., I':,SNAT req;iires in r~~'~.io lar~ (n lik of %coiOerf4words) co:r.;,; i izp i-iforntatio;i or, the cge. Tias lat of conipare uords Af cer minor rno•3incation, PAS- SAT c: : 6e used 9
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YII Re6-77 ~i,1R CLASS NO. PA:•iPHLET VII Re6-77 s.p. S.P- NATEC Gesellschaft Naturwissensiaftiich-Technische Dienste rabR, Cer. CO:II4ENTS ON METHODS TO DETECTORO' MIDE IN LEAF 1'OBACCO, ALSO INCLUDES RE,'~,ULTS. *(Quantitative Bestinsung von Bromid in Tabak - unser Projekt NA 77 0024.)* Confidential report, 2 p. (Apr. 29, 1977) (in Gernan) ' *Keywords:* bromide, cured, constituent. _ .,. j..
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CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--QUANTITATIVE/CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC /miP50253 0271 CHROMATOGAAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CaRO'ktATO(;RAPiiY/IO:V EXCHAVGIi C1iROMATOGRAPHY/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--THIN-LAYER CHROt-WTOGRAPHY/ELECTROPHORESIS/ 2Q1 QUANTITATIVE•.,., Ma ~~ALY~~~ TN 01~F,. 1979 ••ORGAN1 ''::.1WgIXTURES . -Part One:. General Principles;.r. : T. S. MA, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry City University of New York ROBERT E. LANG, Ph.D. Assistant Area Director, New York Seaport, U.S. Customs Service Formerly Director, U.S. Customs Laboratory, New York ~ 4 ;) n IN Wilcy-Intcrscicn2c I'ublicQtioa ac . Toronto
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50253 0284 ,~ Series / Number 07-025 ~- 1 STASTI6TICAL ANALYSI~Z , S~~fLL~"s"~~,QUAN~I~A'~IV~ APPI,ICATIONS~ ,YI~;; ,-SOCIAL SCIENCES"' ~ QA KOV, I TU a E ~~ 276 ; Us ~~~~~~~~~ Series editor: John Sullivan '1981 j` SAGE UNIVERSITY PRESS ' flurk11111t1rC ~ e$ u0nignS ~ MI LTON LODGE State University of New York at Stony Brook ' ~; SAGE PUBLICATIONS Beverly Hills London ~i~i ~ o (_1 (i .', S 9 2. .;
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50253 0265 ..~ .,.~.._.__...:~y,. _ _W..._,.. ••s CHEMISTRY,AIQALYTIC---QUANITATI',lE/ QUANTITATIVE-- ANALYSIS . BY' ELECTROLYSIS BY ALEXANDER CI.:ISSEN WITH TItE COOYERATIO\ OF H. CLOEBMi REVISED, REARRANGEl) AND ENLARGED ENGLISH EDITION UT \ 1YILLIA:t1 T. HALL Aiaa.iate P,efeaao., 31a.uachuaeGr Inatitute of TecAnofoov KEN 1'012h JOIIV WILEY S SONS, I.Vc. Lovt,ox: CHAPMAN S, HALL, LiyiTCu ~,' 4 ~~ ('- c~ ~, .'. s~ ~y ,~ 1,19 i
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f.1. U U R) V fl .-0-lo ,my 'rXA1tJf-',W4?W -IV /s-Wi.[ dar1 • a ~ ~ ''~ vl~~ ' ~~ ~~ ~ -v :~... " swYew ~a~lJii~~~~ ~ a~.[.~jr~ ~oyo l/ 0 G1 ~'~ y©, - ~ '/ I y/1J J/cJ/!/ ~I . -. ~ d! .r .a4..em.Crt~l.3"y°~_)T.yR~•-a.~~4!!1u .r+.~,~a~rri•~w°~ti~~.c~ssac~ ~ C714 89Z0 ESZOS ~ - ~
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AL-50253 0280 ' ' QA 276 Us ,3 C. PDDL L C. DATA--INTERPRETATION & CORRELATION/ • /STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ SAGE UNIVERSITY PAPERS _,•-- :, Series: QUANTITATIVE APPLICATION~S .10. ECOLOGICAL INFERENCE by Laura Irwin Langbein and Altar, J. Lichtman 'll. MULTIDIMENSIONAL SCALING by Joseph B. Kruskal and Myron Wuh ~- 1L ANALYSIS OF C.OVARIANCE by AIbeA R. Wildt and Olli T. Ahlola 'JN THE SOCIAL SC! ENCES / Series Editor: John L1Sullivan, University of Minnesota X 1. tA#AL'Y9tgOF wARiktiCE YFUc"un0 R: Iverscn and Helmut Norpoth M2 OPERATIONS RESEARCH METHODS by Stuan Nagel with Marian Nec[ VI./CAUSAL MODELING by Herbert B. Asher .,} ESTS OF SIGNIFICANCE M'R~n'b` I/epkcl ~ OIIORT ANALYSIS by Norval D. Glenn )lf. CANOi1tCAL-AfiM4.'YSiS AND FACTOR COMPARISON by Mark S. Levine 7R7--JINALYSIS O: NOSSINAL DATA'by H. T. Rcynolda LIG EXPLORATORY DATA ANALYSIS by Frederick Hartwig with Brian E. Dnring 17. RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY ASSESSMENT by Edward G. Carmines and ~ Richard A. Tiller ag. ANALYZtNG PANEL DATA by Gregory B, Markw ~14. FACTOR ANALYSIS by Jac-On Kim and Charles W. Mueller ~15. MULTIPLE INDICATORS: An Introductlon by John L. Sullivan and Stanley Fcldman . RL A.I`ALYS3SOFORDINALDATA.by.David K. Hildebrand.JamesD. Laing. and Howard Rounthal 'M.M"ERIES AiVALYSlSrltepaasbn Techniques by Charles W. Ostrotn. Jr. y INTRODUCTION TO FACTOR ANALYSIS by Jae-On Kim and Charles W. Mueller 9 I .,
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±ip50253 0270 ° 451C 42 1973 PSIiCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONA*ICE SPECTROSCOPY/ CHEMISTRY. ANALYTIC--QL'ANTITATIVE/ THE :1NALYSiS OF O[: JA~1iC MATERIALS An IlitCrilltlo1131 Scrie, ot' `louoryraphs = N 1~~ R= r1~ect~~oscopysn=y~,-~. F. KASLER 1973 The Universit), of,11arylund - edited by R. BELCf[ER and D. M. W. ANDERSON U.S.A. 4A ACadeiniC Press T Onaan New 1 Ork -l su6siJiury ojllarcourt Brace Joi•ar.oticli, p;iblishcrs , ._.. .... »-_..n. ......_~_.r.~ ........~..._..._ .,,_._._-~. -. .. .r~~ ~...--,.-._.,~ _.,~..,_,~_ 0 zt r1 il r(, ~, 'y z7 i j 9
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a& 50253 0251 tNT'L..1. PSYCHIATRY IN MEDICINE, Vo1. 5, No. 4, 1974 ~• s~7 Gjtf 80 II Ey-8 /jl S.P. ~. QUANTIFICATION A,ND PSYCHOLOGICAL INDICATORS ~ ,.~ ~_ OF EMOTIONS:THEa.CONTEN~ . T A.IVALYSIS O)~` SPEECH AND' A OTHER OBJECTIYE MEASURES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL STATES 4 Louis A. Gottschalk, M D.1 University of Califomra College of Medieine bvine, CaGforniu ABSCRACr-1. Reliable and valid measurement of affects, emotions, and moods has posed a problem for psychiatric and psychophy9ological rcsearch as the demand has grown for more sensitive, precise, and objec~ assessment methods than the method of c6nical irnpressionistic evaluation. There are three major mettwds in current use for assessirlg these psychological variables: xlf-report scales, behavioral ratang scales, and the content analysis of verbal behavior. 2. Self-report inventories give an individual an opportunity to describe his rubjeetive state, and their major advantage is that what the person is actuaIIy experiencing nuy not be correctty perce'rved by external observers. Disadvantages of the self-report method.include the posmbtlity that the subject may malinger or 4ke oryiay n9t be in good e&Wmunication with his own feelings so that he gires i distorted report about th..» :he a8vantage of putting a trained observer to tician rater has the option of usirtg a broad ..,.....A,la, ano arrective cues, verbal and nonverbal, in fotb.vinS this a
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50253 0290 .' : VI Re9-77 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI Re9-71 s, p. S.P. Klimisch, Ii. J.; Stadler, L.; Brahm, S. -. (Cigarettenind. Forschungsinst., Hamburg, Ger.) QUANTITATIVE DETEMI1dATI0y OF VOLATILE "7ITROSAIMINES I?1 CIGARETTE SMOKE, ;_*(QuantiEative I3estimmung fluciitiger Nitrosamine in 7.iRarettenrauchkon•'' irj:' dcns at. ) *-' Zeitschr. Lebensm. Untersuch. Forsch. 162, 131-38 (1976) (-in Gert:ian with English summary) ~' <:Keywords:* N-nitrosodimethyl.,.nine, smoke, constitt.cnt; __ N-nitrosodicthylaminc, smoke, constituent; N-nitrosopiperidine, smoke, constituent; N-nitrosopyrrolidine, s;-ioke, constituent; N 1-nitroscrethylr.ethylamine, sinoke, constituent; N-nitr3soetltyl-n-propyl<:mine, smoke, constituent; N-nitrosor..cthyl-n-propylamine, smoke, constituent. :• jr ~ ~ I
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, ~...., ~ ~ Cold Sprin ; Harbor, N. Y. Biological laboratory. Cold Shritir Hurbor symposia on quantitative biology. 1'ol. T- Cold Sprin- ILtrunr, L. L, \. Y., TLe Biolo(rical laborato:•v, : ~,.. 1933- ? ) *? v. lllu;., diaars. 28 cni. 7 ncludcs biblioeraphies. 1. lsiolort•-Societies, etc. r. Title. tr. Title: SymPosimon quan- titutive biulo;;}•. rit. Title: Qwintitutlve biolovy. Q11301.CG ~'~ ,ri i 4.052 31.--S1i-t Ltbrnr~- of Cou;recc~~' 1531111 ..--...-- .~ .-.. . ..,~ ~ '~ 50253 0294 a n n n (; ~:")* 9 A 3 '-
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E 50253 0282 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ llMICATIOKS' IN:fiHE SOCIAL SCIENCE~, 23'/ QA 276 Us 1981 PAUL E. SPECTOR Ser~es e itor. John L. 'Sullivan I SAGE UNIVERSITY PAPERS ~ SAGE PUBLICATIONS / Beverly Hills / London Florida 14lental Health lnstitute r~ a, Floridp { , ~ j 9 '~ 0
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4 s • () C.i r.:' ,.. . 1. . " °" . I.T r "JZ?M~:i : ..; .v L ::T :I ~ Fr .~.~1+L ' .3 rA •YS{ .. . ~:. , ~ ... _ E6Z0 ESZOS
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50253 0272 : Re2-76 S ~. 76 Z%ea _761 SuoRr Co:a:.1UN1CATlONS P.kistin ). Sci. Ind. }tes., Vol. 16, No. S, octubcr 197;~~~ QU ANrI Ti~`CIVJr--- A11L ~ $1~`Qf ROS1~NlAItt'~U9~~1s1°~?T(t~~,~ie•, LOCALLY•_~. A>r.1N~ . GnosrA )iussntN PCSIR Laboratories, Pesha}rar (Reecived No%•embcr 11, 1972) The rosemary oil is obtained from Ros:»>arir,us .3 ojficiitalrs Linu. (family Labi;ttac). This is ancvcrgrccn O shrub known from the ancient times in the Mediter- ` C ranean countries for its medicinal uses. Roscmary grows Nvi!d and abundantly in limc soi! ~ over extended areas on arid sunny mountain slopes ~ I of countries such as southern Europc, ;.icditcrranean c; region, south of France and-Sraip.tss., ~ ~ ~ K In view of its cor~~merci~ in1`,ior,A~ce'~'oseity'ary h a ~^ qr w c ^ f O .2. 4,~~ e\ vvN ~n .. -. i. N O N.r O` s a V V 0 0 1~ r v o",) o 1~ ry-1 6 ,~ C> V V v N N•f' ..... ~ + 0 2 c N + +g ocMi.V Q V N ~ e ~ M X O O H \ et 0 - III .,^ ; N " . - ' d sec S ~ :cre G ~ U , M e~Xrerlnlentli p~~ !"eshalS'ar.9 qfflchtalis were found to be successful. The oil cx- tractcd from th local!y nrown S e .8 0 _ o 2 O V •. - > ti \ .
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69 ED Le m&j(AWT4,T-A~~U~-~ -Z ~~U~-~ -Z --Z ,.- ~c , "PA-AkW*-0A@-ftHFS'-z;e, _ ARCHER ~.c . RICHARD I. LEVIN, PH.D. CHARLES A. KIRKPATRICK, D.C.S. SECOND EDITiO[J Graduate Schootof Business Administration University of Aorth Carotina h1cCRAt"J•FiILL BOOK COMPANY New Yort; St Louis San Francisco D'ussetdorf Johannesourg Kuata Lumpur London fAcxico Montreal New Delhi Panama kio de Jane-ro Singapore Sydney Toronto
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50253 0291 I - ; a TOBACCO--SMOKING--PASSIVE/TOBACCO--SP10KE--ANA1.YSIS/TOI3ACC0-=S2tOKE--GAS PHASE/ RJK CL1SS i10. YluNi'1iLET 76 IX Je2 ~-~ Jermini, C. ;Weber, A. ; Grand j ean, E. (ETH, Inst. Hyg. Arbeitsphusiol., Clausius., Zurich, Switz. QUANTITATIVE DETER2dINATION OF VARIOUS GAS-P[tASE C02•H'ONENTS OF THE SIDE- STREAtt SMOKE OF CIGARETTES IN THE ROOM AIR AS A CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROTLEM OF PASSIVE-SMOKING. kuhvverschiedener Gasphasenkomponenten dea= ~atta oYr ~gatie~en~ der Raumluft ala Bextrag zum YxoblerQ devl Int. Arch. Occup. Environ. Health 36, 169-81 (1976) (in German with i Englisb sum_•nary) *Keywords:* benzene, smoke, constituent; , toluene, srnoke, constituent; `o-xylene, smoke, constituent; m-xylene, sraoke, constituent; p-xylene, srroke, constituent; styrene, sMoke, constituent; acetone, smoke, constit;icnt; 31e Ae Constituent; ~riOnp ! ~ ,• ~
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50253 0299 svaCoa~~o, ~t:~cs - ,.au.~.,...;.yw'> n V(~o o. .,i q-t ~M JwM ~~.v by Y..e-uitjr~ To-:ts .: -a-.:d 't1nS:oqLici Sato. JOt%. t.i -, i1CT-1+3 C> :~ 0 4 in 11 fl Fo ) Li 9
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50253 0269 C11 h0M,qOGP.AI':(IC )OX *i<,F--D-37i-73 Jour. of L1te Fd. IiyG.Soc. of Japan 11(4)242-!+S(l9iJ) . -T. . Thin La. er Chromatography of Sy nthetic Dyes (X) Iti~tett3+rs~~at+~s~e~s _ e -- ~2s3,:~3-Tri~b3er•~-~~I~iiarcur~~-li~-aF~:>r:A2,~t~~ ~ ~ ~:aFbQ]Ly3~t£.*~QiL~iQ ~~3FF~HIQ.Ff.r3~~.t11~eYL~}~,.,..< ~ . (Food Red No. 104) ' 0 .. ..• ._.• Mieko KA1SIfiURA (National Institute of Hygienic Sciences: Kamiyoga, Setagaya•ku, Tokyo) The quantitative thin layer chromatographic method of a greenish fluorescent substance. 2, 3. 4-trichloro-5, 7-dibromo-E-hydroxcxanthone-l-carboxylic acid found in commercial p5ioxine (Food Red No. 104) was studied. The max-nium wave length of this substance was at 251 mp and 368 mp in 0.1 N sodium h.•droxide soiu:ion. The calitration curves were linear in the rar.ge of I-10;,g,'ni} at 251 m;e and 1-20;eF:'ml at C6Sn:u (F:g. 1). The maximum of the spectrum shifted front 3oSmu to 3a3 m;r by addition of ethyl al;oaol. Also the determination of this substance was rcadily performed with a fluorometric method. The calibration curves were linear in the range art 49i mu (emissiop maximu~) (Fig. 3). The fluorescence intensity ~ias iricrei4ed Dy ad6jtioA bf ethy! llcohl,,l, asld ~~le maximum of intensity was obtained ... . ,._,__..:s, . ,.... z and eth.•1 alcohol (Fi;. 2)._....- --
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50253 0304 ~~ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--TOBACCO SMOKE--ALKALOIDS/ 81 IX Pi TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYTICAL METHODS/TOBACCO--SMOKE--ALKAhQIQS/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 IX Pi Piade, J. J.; Hoffman, D. (American Health Found., Naylor Dana Inst., Valhalla, N. Y., U. S.) CHEMICAL STUDIES ON TOBACCO SMOKE LXVII. QUANT I1TIVE DETERMINATION OF;i =y A1.KALOIDS~ TOBACCO, BXq. ,LIQUID. CHROMATOGRAPHY. . Jour. Liquid. Chromatog. 3, No. 10, 1505-1515 (1980) (in. English) *Constituents too numerous to list* An HPLC method was developed for the quantitative determination of individual alkaloids of the basic fraction of tobacco extracts. Two reverse phase RP-18 columns were used, eluting with a gradient of aqueous triethylamine phosphat buffer (pH 7.56) and acetonitrile. _ The method was optimized and compared favorably with existing quantiative techniques in regard to time factors, sensitivity and accuracy. 7 0 4 0 t1 t~ 6 2 9 9 43
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50253 0308 c:ltllltitlE9i. ; Jt)h!Z adTdaXtl o' c .i •....:t~. 'J . . . ..~l.~a~.i.ii ... . f~~- .. + ,..~ , ,.. .. " ., ~ `.•. ).I:l:. fl'i::'Cx':I70::t - .. . -s-r...,t •,.._.~ . 0 4 () n n F, .j =; 94 7
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: 50253 0306 IX Re2-75 ELC10D--CARRO'd :AOVOXIDI:/T . R,1R CLASS NO. PAf'iPHLT:T IX Rel-75 s.r. _ S'P' Klimisch, t{. .1. ; MeiBner, K. ; Wernicke, fI. (Forschunesia ,t. Ci rarettec:ind. , llanhurr, Cer. ) QtlAN~4,TAIW", f~fi~R31F:3~13 IUc~ 4F.;(:ARtiQAEt':•~NOkIi?R ;Lid BL00ll BY GA.° I OCfuVIiY.'' • CH[tQ'~W r ' (in English) Zeitschr. tlin. Chem. Klin. Biochem.'1974 (I~o. 12) 53~-38 (19/4) *Keywords•* carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent. ~ smoking. `...~..__............a....~a..r~:'.i:..~re+..."s.i.a..a_.rs...L.a.+trs.:...~:..._.....~.:......:.~w. .1t.....Iw=.si...w1.L:z..,.:+~.::c....:w...a...i..~w.:.r~~.~.f.;..... a... ...._ / ~ o zi tl n n rj S 9 4~ Tobacco chemistry (r.:edicine) S~ *1975, No. 3, W 490* *d* J a
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50253 0298 , ~ ~ ~ xv~~ ; ,.~~ . I - Vng~ 11:5i! Il... .-.~ . r . a..a%c1h7 ..:.f 1: r.q n aC,.~•! [• n l v.Fi: .r.all • "cl 0 A,:.;.:aUF.JF;~2-- -.arf mruia 0 4 10 0 (1 () ) S) 9 .j 7 I
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50253 RJR TRANSLATION TOBACCO-_SZiOKE--PHENOLS/ TOBACCO--Sr10K.E--ANALYTICAL PIE•1•KODS/ QUANTITATIVE:. DETERt'iINAT.ION,'bF- PHENOLS ` IN TOBACCO SMOKE ~ WITH`~~=~AF~INOAN~IP-YRINE BEITR. TABAKFORSCH. 2, No. 2, 73-78 (June 1963) by G. Lorentzen and G. Neurath Introduction . The gas chromatographic determination of phenols in tobacco smoke suggested by D. Hoffmann and E. L. Wynder (1) is time consuming and therefore not suitable for routine analysis. According to Emerson (2), phenols react with 4-aminoantipyrine 0320' a 0 4 n n n f; >. S 9. ---) 9
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.1 A050253 0292 C ~f 79 II !~'fat `~-- _ ~ _ ; SOLAMUM TQSSROSQM/POTATOES/ ._..-~.N . /. Lelti,am Uiuer.-Fur..h. In~.v: 1K,IV--1 Lebensmittel-. 7) 140 ~ iVi -Fo Ut ) wa, i!i -q~ ~!rl) Z Leben.n. Untas. Fonch.167• 97-100 (197t) noL Diindrox.pha•n.•lalanm: O=•Ox%dorcdacta.ci am% (F.C LI I 1K1 \lonnplxnnLJiiqdrn\~p~y~~~lrninca)\~,~yt.u~Kloraltwlr.c I:artoffcla . . '"" -- r. ~ ~ TV. Beue6unQ xwiscben Tyrosinumsatz und Bt>iunwrg r_,_ _~ ~ Relationship between Tyrosine Turrwter and Rate of Browaint 1. Pficnoioxydasen rnd phenoliwhe Iniwlt.+toffe trrxhiadcna•r tinrta» ldThe Quantitatice Relationship IL imi lnhatsstofraita ~~~"~^ Browning and its Cauutice Factors (11.l:inctik dcr PhcMolo\yda.c (F:C LI~.IILI Nlo+wphe- ~R1i. KinMic.of I'utato 1'ha•iHdo\ida.e Giinter Matheis' und Han,-Dieter Hciitz= ~ In.ulWfhrt.eh.inminckh.nuc.krT.vhniwh.nlmwnilai\Iww'wn = 0.ws.h. fu. :huny.on~~all lur LcRmmin.•i *.mi. \liind+.a . 04'udies on k:nz}'mie BroMnins ofN'olrtoas (Solanum Untcrsuchungcn zur enzymatischen l3rauuung bei Kartuffcin (Solanum tuberosum) Tu~frosum) 1.v¢hrnolo.adasts and IMKyalic Con~pnwd.. ,from Diffcrent \'arietin . •- ,-..,......--,-..~.:.». t.-_._......~--
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50253 0286 I _ .. _ ._ _ , . . AL. S I 5----C,AS CIiR04AT0^Ftlll'IIY/ f CHlioNInTOrrarl~IC ...... 73 III Ao $y M1L0S ;:0VOT.IY, ;•fILrO'i1 L. LI I. and KI':TiII D. lIAI:TLE llcpartmcnt of Cheinistry, ludla>>a Uni>>.m,si.ty, Bloomington, Indiana 47401 1'apc:rr nor: ;yet publ.isiied. r..y.. ..r r.r. ..^"T'7....~......~~.~,- ~ i ~. . .# r- :) i .! :)
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50253 0305 f t^ ~ ~ ~ Pr~- ~i -e- iq~ors.GTa. DepenrdingC,~' A1kali r'f 1 .1 1 i 3 ~ 1 ~ t~cerrLi•at~;in an~:; exatu.r~w .r..~+.- ~ i _.:':, .. .. : _... ..__: -. .. , :..; •.. '. ••1v r t - .:1 A • 7/i. . . .. _ ~.r.~ .. ... ._. .._ ... ~ _.,~ . ,.._~ ,_., .:~•.... . . _.. . ~~.cY .:. i::._ . ._.. : . ._ t+: ~ .. . . ..... _ . .... . _ .- ., ~ °~; . ~ - _... ~. ~ --. . .~....,.~.e•s-.-...r: ...~:.,..•.o,~-~.-. i fI fl il 1, + A .: • :~ t'- y =; 1
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50253 0287 A-- RJR CLASS NO. PA.*fc'iJWT 75 VI An . , • n *(no affil.)* TOBACCO--SMOKING--PUFF PROFILE/ LUNGS--CANCER/ derson W fl A 'Q~~~'~~.~~rr~ ,~~yf.~fiAlt~r7r~.~~KINGs 41st Ann. Sci. Assembly, paper, Anaheim, Calif. Chest Phys. er Co11 A , . m . (Oct. 26-30, 1975) (in English) * ` *Abstr. in: Chest 68 (No. 3) 400 (1975) *Keywords:* tar, smoke, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent. " It is ahparcnt 'that auiono one-pack-pcr-da}• smokcrs, ~'hile much valuable information has been obtained tar constnnption may vaty from "lE - to I4S mg and by quanti(}itt;; cigarctte smoking by pack•}cars, it is nicotinc consunthtion frotn 1-1 to ;i0~mfi• thus tltis (urthcr possible to further describe in quantitative rcrnu various - dcgtce of quantification of cigarette smo}:in, is possil,lc aspects of cigarette srnoking. This has been clonc in 905 for each lxack-}car. In ten sul>jccts, pul( prof lc and butt individuals by means of~~;tff profile and 1~ analysis. analysis s~'as done on ten separate occasions; each indi- Puf( profilc is donc by attadung the cigarctte to a small vidual hat! a rather marked consistency in pcrG>rmancc, pneumotachograph and tneasuring puff duration, puff and pat(cru as mc:ICllrCd by these pal'aI1lelerY. volume, numbcr of puffs per cigarcrtc, and total smoking. A group of !>atic•nts with carcinoma of the lunn were time. Front butt analysis, the tar and nicotine constnnh- found to have a longcr duration of 1nt1T, a lesscr pu/f tion per da}', )car oc the stnoking lifetime of the subjcct volunte, and a muclt lunbcr smoking tintc• pc•r cigarette can be calculatcd. / - than the mcan for tltc f;ruup of 905. ln addition, the lung cantrr group also Itad a grcatcr (ar consnml)tion per pack and a more thatt nro-fold calculated increase in tar eomutnhtion during their smoking lifctiutc. Thtu, thc use of thc pul! prufilc and butt anal}sis tctlinitluc also has , - ' Ite•X~.aUilit} ~,l ~clrctni}~ th~~~c tntltstilu:~l. t:itlt an nt• f.i ~ ~ creased til for luu cmut' ftunt a sntukin;; 1>opulatiuu.
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. 50253 0315 ~ ~' f IL :~ ;7 i•41'f~J,T~tlt 4 ItL`ai }'O~, L ' Utl 0.11 3 ~ ~ , , ~ .., . r; .~~_~,r~~r` `S~l......_. : ..:a_.:} ~'...:!.,".. .* t ... . !, y (•...^ . . ~.l'... , . . ..... ~ . . ~~ ~-' ~ °•~ . ~ ti. . . ~ ... .. . .".. .... . . . .... ... . ~ .. .. "a.: .. ie..--.. ~ `.._./ 1 04 ~.~ G 0 c, 1i;. 9 n'- 4
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. . .. . _ ~. _ . . _. . w 72 IX Te-75 TOBACCO--SM0KE--A:1'ALYTICrL. IMfETHOP.S/ 70 253 0307 RJR CLASS NO. PA:'~fI'iILET 72 IX Te-75 50 Tennessee E.:str,:az Kcdak Company, I:int;sport, Tenn., U. S. _ .,. . • Tenne ssee Eastman Kodak Co., Ki;+gsport: Tcnn., FTR-3,.,, 4 p. (1975) ~ (in t:nglish) *Ke}^rerds:* catechol, smoke, constituent. *1975, :~o. 3, 61 966* *d* . Tobacco chemistry: r: ? t) t f l/ `1 f ) 9 4 6
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50253 0301 TA'FIVE CHOU$iT41c~'4 ~e1~U2l~:tktiLS.,,4a"il}; ~ G1a;~;3Cl1ex~ V. S, QFlf~ii~~'~.:IC$ ^iIr^~1::$iiLYO P;::ASUW. AS Fh:II f.> 0 •* 4 n- n n (, .:~ S. 9 4 Cl.
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50253 0303 ~ ~ vI To 1964 UoResn~• .=as p~. 71a. 'nh+ c r ~.ct , ~ IIo Gos a:v •.. ;4 3.4
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50253 0322 . -. ~~ j- . ~ - I I , fssture of Cryitall{ve So1tid. 1976, Vol. 2. pp. 95-t11 1 ,i Q1976 Gordon : ! ' LL 1 i Breach Science Publishera, Ltd. Printed in Scotland III Ge QUANTITAT.IVE DETERMINKION OF PREFERRED ORIENTATIOlI 1 BY`ENERGY-DISPERSIVErX-RAY DIFFRACTION: ~ L. GERWARD, S. LEHN, and G. CHRISTIANSEN Laboratory of Applied Physics III, Building 307, TechnicaZ University of Denmark, DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark (Received February 1, 1976) Abstract: The use of energy-dispersive X-ray dif- fraction for quantitative determination of preferred orientations in polycrystalline specimens is ana- lysed. The method is applied to determinations of roj,ling texture an~i f'bre texture. The adaptability roflth6j methotl t`~ 7?~ s~tu studies is demonstrated by ire changes simultaneous with specimen in a tension test. i 1
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aiE :.,..., .__ .. . VIII Me -81 Pharm. Jour. 108, 258-9 (1922) S.P. 4 50253 0246 SOME NOTES ON THE PREPARATION OF LIQUID EXTRACT OF LIQUORICE. The moet general melhod used for tlro preparation of thi; extrnc4 is, I belic%-c, perculution, ul least thie is the one adopted bv mauufacanring firms. It is said that arnmonia water al,nuld hu urcd as merurlruum, as it exU'acl, thu glycyrrhizin better. TILi; ruay !N- so, but it also extracts eo much other nratu•.•r that, w'heU Loilcvl, it turms u jclly-likt, s11b5tullco i.hich is ccr.% troubk•sorue to filter, and a g reat dcul it; wustcd owing to the filter bag brvoming so clogged that it haot to be washed re- Ircatcrlly. Jt is, I knu%r, tIM ntethncl adoirtcd in the U.S,I'.. but their fluid extract is quite thin and rs not filtered uutil the ond, after tho alcohol has been aclded and lho extruct ulloa•ctil to aubsido. Aft<v exfmrirnenting with carious methods I find that the ta•et result rs obtuined alwm mWn acrnrding to tho It,p, meth(xl. only uxiny boiling water instcad of cLloroform water, but it is aJviauhlo to uinccralo lho marc u thirrl Grnc, with half tli,• ncnount uf water u.rd for tlw Jrrccinns tnacrrutions. I touud Ihis ans or•ctiwr.arv when lnndv urtvrrdiu;; to the li.Y, to crnn. hlotnly c•xluutst thr drug. Thr nnruunt of ntenstruum givrn rn Uu, 11.1'. ie aullicic•ot when tlir liquurion root is percolate.I. _ 9'hbelhermrlh~rl•r I,;Yrou•d arrn perctShttion with ammnui.. ~y -~w'uli•1, 1u*04dnliiAr w.tdt chlurufnrur wuter; I also tried perc,ila- :' ' -•iforru w•aler, 0ud tiniMhing with ammoui~• n.t ~nsier tn lilter than when porcohrlo•d all through; so I did not continue with a
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50253 0314 a ~~ . ~ ~ l ~l XX MeF-D--33G-76 tOf1le TAM O'dirM. b Wd b SIT F'=-~' ---- -~~ ~~ , •"d . ~~ Sit=~...:a N. P. VVf)NG, R. ELLIS, and D. E. LaCROIX' U. S. D^partment of Ayriculture Beltsville, MD 20705 . ABSTRACT Methods for identifying lactones in cheese Lactones in Cheddar cheese were de- termined by a simple column extract;on technique followed by gas chromatogra- phy of the chcese extract. Gamma car- bon-12 and delta carbon-10, -12, and -14 were determined quantitatively and cor- related with development of cheese fla- vor. The quantities of the lactones indi- cate that they may be important to -, ._nJ -3 are not quantitative, and other methods of lactone analysis in butteroit, such as isotooe dilution (6) and steam distillation (2) are tediuus. The method suggested for determining lactones is bascd apon a flavor extraction techniquc that has been modified 'to extract specifically lactones followed by their identifi- cation by gas chrornatography. Cheddar cheese was analyzed for lactoncs by thii method and ti,r, , ,.Ind,jc. .. c. , _ a:,d C. I
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50253 0311 . ! TOBACCO--CHEMICAL CO~iPOSITION--ACRO?VO`4Y--RELATIONS}iIP/TOIiAC.CO-•-STALk/ TOBACCO--ANALYTICAL tJETHODS/ RJR CLASS NO. PAPII'HJ.ET VI To 79 S. P. Anclcrsen, R. A. ; V.1tiFIm, T. II. ; Kasperbauer, ri. J. VI To-79 (U. S. Dep. A,rr., SI:A-AR Univ. Ky., Dep. Agron., Lexington, I:y., U.. S.) S. P. CO:IIFRRYL.A.'VA SI,NAPYL.ALC01'()LSRI:LCASED . Ml~ : 4:~: ~ . _.~r . ._ TOf3ACC~T~t~I~D~T~t Tobacco Cher.i. Res. Conf., 33rd, Tape, Lexington, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 1979) - (in EnS1i5I1: Recent reports identified bound coniferyl and sinapyl alcohols in tobacco stalk ! I and leaf midveins as well as free coniferyl alcohol in the phenolic fraction of cigarette smoke condensate. The present objective was to quantitatively deter- mine conifpryl and sinapyl alcohols in tobacco leaf midveins released by hydrol- ysis with hot water at neutral pH. A gas chromatographic method was developed for the quantitative analysis of bound coniferyl and sinapyl alcohols. Yields of the alcohols in water extracts of pre-extracted midveins were increased by ~ elevation of the solvent temperature to 121C at a pressure of 154 cm Hg in an I autoclave. The amount of each alcohol extracted was dependent on the extraction time with a one-hour period being optimal. The use of several antioxidants ~ during the extractions did not improve yields. Extracted alcohols were partl- ' tione: in chloroform and then silylated with BSTFA in ethyl acetate. The 'MS- ~ derivatives were separated on a 5z OV-101 column at 170C and determined by FID. ± 7rimethyl-ailylated n-propyl ester of caffeic acid was used as the internal f standard and its relative retention and detector response was compared with ; synthetic conlferyl and siuapyl alcohol. Effects of plant population density, f leaf maturity, leaf stalk position and conventional air curing on contents of I the p~+h~en^}•~lproganoiyJ alcohols d n leaf midve,i]ns were assessed. ~ Il /
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50253 0312 :j CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS-LYqUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/ TOBACCO--SUGARS--DETERMINATION/TOBACCO--ANALYTICAL METHODS/ 79 VI Ay RJR CLASS N0. PA.*tPHLET 79 VI Ay 'Ayers, C. W.- (British-American Tobacco Co. Ltd., Group Res. Develop. Cent., Southampton, ;t. arit.) QUMff2t'd't1V'f-'ftTEft.4INATIO9` OF-INDIVIDCTAL- SUG'kItS - IN'"TaBACCOP Beitrage Tabakforschung, confidential manuscript submitted for publication + p. (Oct. 26, 1978) (in English) ' *Keywords:* fructose, cured, constituent; glucose, cured, constituent; sucrose, cured, constituent. ~~An HPLC procedure has been developed for the quantitative deter3ination of su8ars in tobacco. It is based on an aminopropysilane bonded silica gel coluun, and an acetonitrile aqueous solvent system. The analysis d f tobacco an no clarification is carried out using an aqueous extract o 7
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50253 0328 +_ . . VI Re9-77 S.P. RJR CLASS N0. PAIMPHLET VI Re9-17 s. p. Klimisch, H. J.; Stadler, L.; Brahm, S. . (Cigarettenind. Forschungsinst., 1lamburg, Ger.) . ,. . .... QU11N'1`ITd'TIV9 `'D1;T£k2~fINA`TION -0f ilOI.ATII.g _NITROSA.'~SIN.rS IN C.,IGARI3TTE S2•tOKB. y*(Quantitative ]3estim:aunS fluc}iti&er Nitrosamine in 7.igarettenrauchT:on: densat.)* with I Zeitschr. Lebensm. English summary) i:Keywords:* Untersuch: Forsch. 162, 131-38 (1976) (in German N-nitrosodimethylamine, smoke, constituent; N-nitrosodicthylamine, smoke, constituent; N-nitrosopiperidine, smoke, constituent; N-nitrosopyrrolidine, smoke, constituent; N-nitrosomethylmethylamine, smoke, constituent; N-nitrosoethyl-n-pro,dylanine, smoke, constituent; N-nitrosorethyi•-n-pro>>yl,-mine, smoke, constituent. .
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... T_.~ ._~ _.~_.._......_~__A___.~._..._... _..1..., _.~.~._,_....._.._.....__.W...___.._..._._. ~..___...- ---_ ___._._. 40253 0310 CnM1,oa nIo::zn.- -Tor)P.CCO S Mo1;1~:/ ^7~~ -,--ZC3aACCO--rtt0;cf.- At,At.YTfiCAL"M1-Tl IMs-/'t'M n..CCt~==~r'~L'7==T;:1rP,0\'-*TS CI;^0:+:7D'r't ~ VI To-73 RJR CLASS NO. Ph`L"FiLET VI To-73 s.p. , .973 S.P. Miaisctl, :1. J. `~ (Cer;~an Cigarette Ind., Res. Inst., Hamburg, Cer.) ; ' " .. . . .. ..... .. S r ) ( To')acco Chem. Res. C:onf., 27th, papar, ldinston--SaJ.em, IN. C. (Oct. 3-5, in l:r;slish) ± *Ke)a:ords:* carbon mono::ide, sno{e, canstituent; ~ carbon dio}:ide, smoke, constituent. ~ 1 , ! ~ ~ ! ~ l_973, ::o. 23, W a.0225a* *d* 7 Tobacco che::i.stry: J+ .~ _ . .. . - _S) . .. .9 . .. 4
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.iE 50253 0321 -VI To-73 S P CHROMATOGRAPaZC AhALYSIS=-FLAVORS/ TO8ACC0--FLAVORANTS/ a '' RJR CLASS ::0. PA'!PIILET VI To-73 s.p., Thacker, F. A., Jr.; Martin, J. M. (R.'J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Res. Dep., T•!ir.sto*i-Salem, N. C., U. S.) ~TidY:. L'A.::ILLI,:,, ?i .TO~i~GCt} uY G~~S~L? (Zt~ I'3 -~t::~0:1ATOG^.hf'iiY A':~: -FLli'i:0,•iETF.IC ,. TiII't-LAY LR ~Cli?Z0: LATOGIt Tobacco Chem, . Res. Conf ., 27th, paper, Oiriston-Salen, N. C. (Oct. .A:..: :.. 973) (in Enr lish) *Note author and affiliation* ~ *:ey^.+ords:* piperonal, tobacco, additive; vani.llin, tobacco, additive; ; vanillin, ethyl, tobacco, additive. ~ ~ ,
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50253 0325 " ilPi J ~rlit~+JIi.(.~akll~i11OaY VF l} ~ q . ~ D""I~ r ~'- I SO;i.. :!.'.`i:. „ ....:...yp Lo v` S f 1 E'i (i r, '•1~ S 9 :1) ~;
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50253 0317 VI Reg 77 S.P. TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS/ RJR Klimisch, H. J.; Kirchheim, E. : do CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI Re9-77 s.p. (BASF-tdOT,'Ludwigshafen; Forschungsinst. ?.igarettenind., Hanburg, Cer.) QUANTITATIVE DETER"SINATION OF NITROGEN OXIDE IN CIGARLTTE S:10KE BY MF.A.'r'S, OF,,CIJEMILUMINESCENCE. : * *(Zur Quantitativen Bestimmung von Stickoxiden im Zigarettenrairch mit Hilfe der Chemilumineszenznethode.)* Zeitsch. Lebensm. Untersuch- Forsch. 163, 48-52 (1977) (in German with English summary) S i F *Keywords;* nitric oxide, smoke, constituent. . Summary. A measuring mcthod with a chemilumines-~ ccnce-analyzer is dc~~eloped for determining the con I- ' tent of nitrogen oxide in cigarcttc smoke. This method is suitable for puff/puff analysis. It could be demon- strated that a determination of fresh smoke is n_ cces- _ e_ana yzer. ~ sary as nitrogen oxidcs rcact vey q uickly with other ~ constitucnts of the vapor phase. Measured ~•alues have ~ to be correctcd for a quench factor in analogy to the ~ i CO2 conccntration, as carbon dioxide shows an in(lu- I ~ ence on the measuring sensiti%;ty of the che,nilumrnes- I cenc l 0 4 ~) (: t1 f~ ~:~ ~l S b 0 r-.
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i AP50253 0318 'pe XX ZIeF-F4V-73 .. - »........:..~_..<_r. ~.__.._ RESEARCH hI:F3ORAj ORY REPORT , 5i-F'-26 B ~o. 57-y-Z6 A FACTORS AFFECTING THE D::TL~.MiP':f:TION OF PEROXIDASE AC:TIYITY LN VEGETABLES k John E. W. McConnell Au.zest 20, 1957 NATlCINAL CAFINE:F28 ASSOCIATIOiv 7lestern Research Laboratory itco rlrTH aTVcaY srar.r~cr a. c~~~FOr.~~• _0 4 nct~~, I
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50253 0327 TOBACCO--SMOKIhG--PASSIVE/TOBACCO--SPiOKE-=ANTALYSIS/TOBACCO--SMOKE--GAS FH'ASE/ RJR CLASS NV. I'A;-ii'IiLET 76 IX Je2 Jermini, C.; Weber, A.; Grandjean, E. (ETH, Inst. Hyg. Arbeitsphusiol., Clausius., Zurich, Switz. QL1AfPTITATIVL' AETER2•fINATION_.0~&'+?,"RIOUB•v;CASiA't1A5E- COPIPONEN'CS OF THLr SIDEf 44-'Fl'~REAM, SMOKE, OF CIC..ARETTES IN THQ ROOM AI~ AS A CWaTRIGUTION''Y4TIiJ:- PRABLEM OF ~ W)Mc4 *(Quantitative Bestimmung verschiedener Casphasenkomponenten des Nebenstromrauches von Zigaretten in der Raumluft als Beitrag zum Problem des Passivrauchens.)* Int. Arch. Occup. Environ. Health 36, 169-81 (1976) (in Gernan with Englisb summary) ~ *Keywords:* benzene, smoke, constituent; toluene, smoke, constituent; Q-xylene, smoke, constituent; m-xylene, smoke, constituent; p-xylene, smoke, constituent; styrene, smoke, constituent; acetone, smoke, constituent; 2-pGntanone, smoke, constituent; Tr-_ _ - nr s
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72 IX Te-74 -- - TCjACCO_ S:,tGl:Er-VA}'OR PIIASE/TOBACCO--SMOKE-; CIiE?~CAL CO:Shi)SITI0:1; t - -- - 50253 0324 i English) , CHRO`tATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--TOBACCO SrAKE/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 IX Te-74 Tennessee Eastman Kodak Company, Kingsport, Tenn., U. S. QU~7~~1~~IY~ t1~'~"E~tI~A'PIOY `t)p SEtdYt~OL:~TIi:>r C41Bi'OIJaAS' IWCIC.IRE'PTP,` SMOKE"~ Tennessee Eastman Kodak Co., Kingsport,Tenn., FTR-30, 5 p. (1974) (in *Keywords:* benzene, smoke, constituent; dihydropyran, smoke, constituent; furan, 2,5-dimethyl-, smoke, constituent; cyclopentine, vinyl, smoke, constituent; 3-heptyne, smoke, constituent; cyclopentene, ethyl-, smoke, constituent; toluene, smoke, constituent; paraldehyde, smoke, constituent; pyrrole, smoke, constituent; hexadiene, dimethyl, smoke, constituent; pyrazine, 2-methyl-, smoke, constituent; furfural, smoke, constituent; m,p-xylines, smoke, constituent; styrene, smoke, conitiriient~; ~ 4 ;iD-xylene,'smoke,-)constitueh't; .. . .~yw,p.-..,...~ ..t
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50253 0334 r .~ 13:icn?:ara, C f.~. ,- C;-v.c,;~il"_.. ;:>>.'.r1T:.fr t.C.01 ' a. %f :{Ta ro:. by C. }.Ss IJ1':l?f3KfJr•'= cC'.. ti. tit1` A~~~f~.~YAW I t; n rl i, rS y i;~
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50253 0333 .. t ~;. ,'.... . • si ~+.1n~ j...1 ~.~5'. ..,.. _.. .., .. . _.... :(;~ . ,. ..~.,.. ~, ~ ~~ .... j-~.s.,,s:: ;3. ;~~~ .. . .. . . .. ~-. .... .. . F~(1~~~. ~f - o ~ ..,J . ..' . .. `a . Jorzy Plui;ek, end Danuta Brzoz':~-. y
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50253 0302 Jour. Patholor,y 127(4) 285 -1.94 (1979) 1 l'~'ATIVL~~,~~ UANTl'~'ATIVL~ COMPARISONS"`'OF""''CN?v" PULMe'~1AR7_ QUANT XI Me2-79 S.P. AAOK$QW 1 ~ S ANSI v ~ ,_ ~.-r.~... _.. ~ J. E. ETIIERTON*, D. M. CONNING AND I. F. I-I. PURCHASE Central Toxicology Laboratory, Imperial Clrcmiral Industries Lintited, Alderley Park, Cheshire, SK10 4Tl PLATE LXIV N S M (New Smoking Material, Imperial Chemical Industries Limited) is a tobacco substitute intended for use as a diluent of natural tobacco for reducing the pulmonary toxicity of cigarette smoke. The present work was designed to compare the inhalation toxicity of smoke from tobacco, NSM and mixtures of the two, and consi"sts of the design of an irritancy assay for com- paring the toxicity of different types of inhaled smoke. In this context, an irritant response refers to the acute elevation of lung parenchynial lysosomal activity observed during the short-term inhalation of pultnonary irritants (Barry, 1972). Since acid phosphatase is a marker for lysosomal activity (de Duve, 1967), the assay is designed to quantitate acid phosphatase activity histochemically. It is assumed that the lysosomal response is directly related to the irritancy of the inhaled niaterial. o qnnn a pl.r r.I ..n.. ....... . (1 MATEMALS7ANIliNE'rHODS ' rain weighing 160-180 g were used. 3 h of cigarette smoke per day at the ,
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50253 0338 QH 431 Fa 1981 0°a 0 (1 fl POPULA'MN GENETICS/ Introduction to QU GE1vETICS~ Second Edition D. S. FALCONER Department of Genetics and Agricultural Research Council Unit of Animal Genetics University of Edinburgh Longman London and New York > ~ 9 7 7 ,
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50253 0350 76 XI Re-81 4 S.P. World Health Associates RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 76 XI Re-81 s.p. `QUANTYTATIVL'PARAMETERS FOR EUROPEAN SMOKERS." *(Rauchzeichen.fur Raucher.)* World Health Assoc., News Release (1981) (in German) *Abstr. in: Lebensmittel. Zeitg. (and ot~ publications) p. 24, (Apr. 1981)* Discusses a campaign for low "tar" cigarettes by an Organization which deceptively tries to identify itself with the World Health Organization. I r
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50253 0330 i ! VI R 79 Soil Sri. Planl•Alrrlr., 25 (2), 255-265, 1979 k ABSORPTION OF ATMOSPHERIC NOZ e9- BY PLANTS AN D SOI•LS A S,P. QtiArititativd Estimation of Absbirbed NOa Y; in Plants by Q' 'Method 0 a 0 Tsunco MATSUr1ARU,• Tadakatsu YoNra•Aat,a," Tsumugu ToTSUICA,;' and'`Koji SIURArolilr""" / a> 31 ~Chiha .(~t Ac+' <rrllural E.r T mrnl S~inr/Dui:rnnr~ClrrGa,280_-0?1Jupnn ~ ccci%•cd J y I, 1973 ~- Tomato, sunllo%%er and corn plants were grown in culture soiution containing thrcc different concentrations of "N-labcllcd KNO, (?6l) ppm ~l, 105 ppm N, antl :b ppm N) as a nitrogen nutrient, and fumigatcd with 0.3 ppm NO, Gor 2 ucrks during their ~~cgctati%r stagcs. The amount of NO, nitrogcn absorbed into tlx rlants %%as c~timat~~l by ".litl'crenc¢ mcthod" aAil mcJhod.',' mci(iod"Was fiNund to givr more probable %alucs than "dilrrranrc Arr,irdinCtO"'~Nmcthod,"thrnitrogrndcri%rdfromNOt~~•a:ab.~u(16`,;(tumato), incrrj~rd amount of total ttitrt+txn in the %%Iwlo . •r.rntamci incrca,cd in the 20 ppm N plot. I)tf- krcncc in nitrogen aonrcntr.uion of Ihc cultwr ~tlluti~~n tc,ultcd in big ch;tnt,r in thc dr)•- w-cight incr.•a,e of thc tom:uu anti suntlo~~~rr plant.. but thc uh.urptiun rate of \O, n:ctut;cn Dn~ vrt~n u/ _~ Ermrunnl[++lul ll+ur~tl:S•14rnr+nul h,cljrrrrr jur Ein•n•omm ~lrtl S/rrdi~ R.O. )"aluG/ . Iburuki~ j00=21 /Jcrpun ~ I
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50253 0346 0 1 Fi R S ... Y ~ "M ~~ ;Kfa; Sic#neyr: t Quantitative organic analysis ed. New York, Wiley t1954I J ~. i. ~ __ _ ~i. ~ 227 p. filns. 22 cm. ~ 2 ' ~' : l l~ :L. f3 C j:i G I : S. 1st ed. 152 f . diaf;rs. 22 ci:.. 194-9 < .--...: _ . , . . .. . . . . . , ;, . 0 y~rl ~ -- ~ 1. Chemistry, Araiytic--Quantitnttee. 2. Chr•nzi,,t y. Orgcnto. Q,D?71.Su 19,54 547 54-52.5 ~ j i Library of Cor.prc=s .Ci ~ ci ~~
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7` f 7Sr Yc t?71 C. J. BrATTIr and It. D. READER 0 ~~ t I n n 7 9. 50253 0340
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50253 0342 , Clark, Stanley John. Quantitative methods off organic microannlysis. T.ondon, I3uttcrworths Scientific Publications,195G. 253 p. illus. 23 cm. QD93.C57 ` ; 514.s 5G-~IC54 j 3. Chcmi,try, Organtc. 1. AIIcrochemistry. 2. Chemistry, Annlyttc--lZuantitative. Library of CoaSress (10) _ _T.....~. () (3 n fI ; :i 9 A I
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50253 0347 , in - Steyermark, A1, 1J04- Quaiititative orr anic niicroanalysis. Philadelphiii, 131ah:i- ston,1951. 38J p. 11)us. 24 cw. 1. Chemistry, Aualytic-Qunntitative. 2. Tiicrochemislry. 3. Cheinistry, Orbanic. 1. 1'itle. QD117.S78 545.8 51---7664 Y ~ Library of Congress --' (52q7.0t ~~~i ;i R (1 ~: ~' a ~1
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50253 0343 1 J !( IE,~,'i ~Y~(:~`~e' : l5i ~7~1:~~~..:uli) ~*~:~ i rC~.~ . l o ~ 3.965 p 1) CC-;'T'S_1itiV l:C.'Ta YO''FC 4 0 0 :'1 (1 :i. :.,)
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.i. 1 VIII Mel 74 S.P. , ~ ~PPk.F4'` ~` - ----~ --•-- ` " Reynolds, j English and Cersian) '.1 ~ 50253 0323 P„Jr. C..1iio NO. PAt-L"IILET VIlI Dte1-74 3. Tobacco Co^.inany, I'j-i.sron-Salcm, N. C., L'. S. "~I,o°~_,~ T ~XNND~D. ~.~-,„ '' t Y R. J. Tobacco Co.,Vinston -Salem, N. C., 2973, *1974, No. 17, W 7307* *d* Tobacco anaJ.ysis: -.TrsqT.~ . . . .~...^~..~......,..+,r.. .-.y....~..~.~e_•-.. ,..-v.'.-v•r . .. . 5 p. (in - -:-~--.-•_--~..--.:--r---.------~-- _ ---- - - , . . . . ~ ~ - . . . . ; ; - i i a
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50253 0349 ; ;;r11 P ~ C,!uantitutive or"a)11C nlicl•oa nnlVSiti h'iSal 011 tho n10ho(1-3 of Fritz 1're-1l. 5ti~i;n,rli~h ecL coh,pletely rev• and ed. ln Julius Grant. ll'i;h 91 illustl•ations. P11i1,ulelplii,i, I31al.i- ston,:!951 . Y!i, 23S p. !llus. 24 cm. Includes "Itcfcrenccs." 1. ('hciaictry, Analytic. 2. CLomiistry, Organic. r. Gi:,rit, .Tultu:=, 1901- ed. 1 >3.- ~ [(,) ~ 1.P A 47-uGG+; Columb!a Un!v. l,ibrar!cs for Library of Congress L53r1Sxlt 0 1i n n n r i ! S 9 : i f i
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50253 ~ TOBACCO--SMOKING--STATISTICS/CORONARY HL•'ART AiSEASE/ 0331 ,: 74 X a•fe2`, --HEART--DISEASES--STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF OCCURRE'.tiCE/ KING AND HEALTH/ M O TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEART,EFFECT ON/S Menotti, A. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 X Me *(no affil.)* z a V~xESi~~1h~I41~'`Oi~'CARb~t~tft~ *(La Stima Quantitativa del Rischio Ccronarico.)* Giorn. It. Card. 2, 665-675 (1972) (in Spanish with English summary) 7 he ntultiple logistie function has been cmployced for estimatinP the probabilities of decelopin; a coronary heart discasc (CIID) as a function of sontc individual variables known as eoronary risk factors and prcccdin g the disease. Such function allows to classi f y with an acccptablc-discrirninant power, healthy subjects into various classes of coronary ruk, by assigning to each factor a multiplying eoef fiernt rvltic/t represents the e relntire and indipenc(ent tocight 3, of that factor in t * hc prediction of c cases * versus K non-eases r of the disease. Some results arc reported as obtained witlt this technique by the c Sec•en Countries Study Croup * whieli has studied and followed for 5 years 11,000 Itcaltlt}• males aged 40-59 at entry: The discriminant power of the function has been satisfactory for describing the data which generated the solutions and for classifying the relaaoc risk o/ men also belonging to population groups di f fercnt from those contributing to the solu- tioR of the equation. The prediction of CHD incidence, in absolute numcrical tcrms, in population dif fcrcnt front_ those generating the solutions, has been rnucle lcss satisfactory. ~ Factors contributing in a significant way to the prediction of coronary risk were few and namely age, ~serum cholesterol, blood pressure and partly smoking habits. An almost neglegiblt indipendent contribution is given by the evaluation thickltess,_vital~capncitX;an$,otlier vQr,iabtts w1ticlt( have been of body weight, skinfold lon tfmc consirlerrd n ~ ., - ." c . i ,
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50253 0341 i C.0 IN'1'aldb Q JSr~' , ~ . ; s~ t.- . ;~~k~~~l~~~ _ ~ - ~ to :1 • O:1.~,~..¢.i..~.ix:~U Y.-',let ...... ... .. . . . .. . . . . , ... ...... _ . . _.. .. .~ . ,... .. _.t~ .. , . _.l•. . , o -A. o n n r; ;: S) 9 n n
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50253 0345 .. _. .. ~ _..__.._. ; 27J_ F Fritz, James Sherwoori, 1924- ~es,~es S. Frt,z i;.uant.it,itive orr;uiic an;1)ysis ihyi J.^n Gcorgc S. Ilnmmond. New 1'ork, lYilcy (1957, 303 p. Illus. 24 cm. 1. Chemistr}•, Annlytic-Quatntit2tivc. 2. Chemistry, Organic. [. IIaiwuond, Gcurrie Siinms, 1921- joint author. QD101.rDc5 JIrJ i>7-~.`'QSJ 1 \ Library of Con.-ress . / (23j
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80 II RE2~1 S.P. ~/ J Y4 Fortschr. Riintgenstr. 133, 6 5~i 'W 50253 0339 Forischr. Rbntgenstr. 133, 6 (1980) 594-602 Quantitative radioaerosol lung , imaging in healthy subjects and in ~ patients with chronic obstructive Qif"ti.ttaai.y-cr,Iiubalationsszintigraphie bei~,.z': lung disease vL'umcpWmind&n.irid Patienten mit chronisch A quantitative method for stud%• of r s r~. vas, the penetration, deposition pattern •~b~r`~i1~~t><ver `~ernwegserkrankurig) and clearance of inhaled particles (0,5-micron-"9rc-labeled human Von Th. Weiss, P. Dorow und R. Felix serum millimicrospheres) in the lung is described. 10 healthy subjects and 14 Abbildungen 15 patients with chronic obstructive ' lung disease (COLD) were studied. Srrahlenkhnik, Abt. Radiologie und Poliklinik (Xrztl. Leiter: Prof. Dr. R. Felix) und Abt. Kardiologie und For both groups significant Pulmologie ( Xrztl. Leiter: Prof. Dr. H. Schmutzlcr) tm tainikum Charlottenburg der Freien Univ ~ B zi crsn t er n differences in the mean values of two heral particle eri ibin d i di p escr g p n ces Die vorgestellte inhalationsszintigraphische Methode gestattet es, penetrationandparticledtstribution : das pulmonale Verteilungsmuster und die periphere Eindringtiefe homogeneityw•ereobser.•ed. Muco- 99m cihary eff i:icncy has been assessed by von Aerosolpartikeln (0,S µm grore Tc-markierte Millimikro- evaluatingaerosolcle,r,ncerates S spharen) mittels zweier Indices zu quantifizieren. Zusatzlich from the whole right lung and from ; konnen uber die Analyse der mukoziliaren Clearance Storungen des upper' middle, lower, perihilar and peripheral zones of the right lung i tracheobronchialen Selbstreinigungssystems aufgedeckt werden,die- field. Whereas the total lung : als Fruhmagifestation ch>;onjschFr AtemWegsqrki,ankiungen gelten. ctearahce of both groups showed no FinlttnnPnaPCttn~PC~rn~anr~pnknllrlrriv(n=1n11iPRci~hvoneiner markeddifference,there..asa statistical significant clearance delay .tlwegs- in the patient's group upper and .an.c...r.u..b%ttr.wra*~ vvos/uca.r• sa...buso.uo. alnslcht- peripherallungareal r a
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50253 0351 79 V Hi Q Uahtltdtlve~-Pre'ulCtloYh~of~Odor-intensitY- ~ - ~ D. T.1-Iill, C. L. Barth ASSOC. Mt:MFll:R Ml'.MUF,R ASAE ASAE ABSTRACT T HE relationship of odor intensity of odorant mixtures and indi- odorant concentration has vidua' been investigated using hydrogcn sulfide, r.icthylamine and ammonia. These arc common odorants in animal production facilities. Mathe- matical equations based on these data have been developed to predict odor intensity. Statistical analysis of the developed equations was per- formed and indicated good corre- lation A .---.• • • • (H,S), one of the more common components of odorous atmospheres in animal production arcas, is 0.47 parts per billion (pph) (l,conardos ct al. 1969). Ttiis is at least two ordcrs of magnitude below the sensitivity of current instrumental analytical techniques. Odor control engineering is at present seriously limited by the level of existing knowledge. Most findings reported ate at best semi-quantitative and give no basis for predicting odor samples collected in poultry produc- tion units. The lacE; of objcctivity, as Uuffce (1968) points out, is thc deficiency associated with this type mea%urement. The threshold technique does not measure objcctionability but does measure intensity. •Che threshold tech- nique for measuring intensity is de- scrihed by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM 1974). A sample of the odorous atmosphere is diluted with odor-free air until a i.,tone:......1.-.. ......e .1 ..... ...... ..a........ - n 4 D n 0 : (; _.~. .1; 9.. 9 () I
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50253 0363 , C1"O~ fi1m Nu. 97 ', / .. . . ..i;; _!` :. . . . . ~..~`.... t
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50253 0360 ODORS/OLFACTION/ ,".~Ill) iort~nce of ` ~.ipo~ihilic Propectics .,.a....~. .... <... !~/~{I~iaiititativC~Strt~cturc=itctiVityA~proach to ~'flcrii~rcccpt><on:? . . ~ ; ..~ ~ ~ . _ . . . . . , . .. . 78 V Wot t J. lheor. l3ioJ. (1977) 66, 181-193 Z. WILLIAM WOLK0WSKI$, DomtmQUE MOCCATrr, FRAN~O(SE HEYMANS AND .IEAN-JACQUES GODEROID Laboratoire de Pharrnacochinrie Moleculaire, Uiiiuersitd Paris VI/, 75221 Paris Cedcx 05, France (Received 9 March 1976, and in reuised jorm 23 July 1976) A multiparamctcr regression analysis utilizing physico-chcmical para- meters, and commonly known as the I lansch appro: ch has been extended to a set of existin; data on olfactivc threshold and olfactive stimulatory effectiveness of organic molecules. The compatibility of various parameters has been studied with adequate statistical mcthods, and we conciude that the lipophilic character (expressed by the octanol/«•ater partition cocfiicicnt) of the moiccules is an essential parameter related to preliminary non-specific action and transport across the muceous/lipid interphase and the membrane of the olfactive organ. Such an approach allows the refocusing of the problem of the relation- ship between structure and olfactive properties. U 4 i ) Ci (i y 9 ; . . ~
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. C-71S 1fr's2 , V6. L}7~ ilCCClilli,r alj'sl , , OFtCAI~.F+C ACIllS--A1:AL1S3S/ 1 lii C1, 2 Tb(.'9, 50253 Chromatog-z'ap3h1.zw l RQ it0\ALT) A CIiAL`.'i'FS e:h 1Z. «'. r. VVA;'?S pi.~n i: or hut}•ric acid tzcc usc of tl:cir voL:ti?itt•. r,i; tlod would not be suitaLlc for the dcterminatioa of forinic, acetic, pro- ~~ A method for the qu:.r.titatc~•Qext:act:on and gas-liqui4 elirumato- ¢ra^'~i:: detcrmin:rtion of or-anic acic;s in aclacons solrlLiOn and biological iiu:d~ Y:as becn dc.•eloped. The acicls izrc c::tracted by a Di;AE-Sephadex a io t-eecha:l;,C CUi4n1R, ilt 1lCal and t)a itc coni~)o;ends are cerr.ovcd by.c::shing v;th water and the acids are e:racd witll a p-ri•,inium acctatc bLticr. The e'.Z`:X!:Iles of mo•ac:ds arC formed in the CluatC to Sta,)li1SC thCS: aOnlpO:1ndS' and the eluate is tli^n freeze-dried under careiully contzo,lcc: con(]itions. Th: rriduc of dry frcc acids and thcir p.•ruliniul:•: salts is trimet3rylsil}•latcd and the trimct2:.•!sil•,•1 dc.:vztiVCS are separated zr.d quantitztivcl:• detcrnlined bv Cas - li(uid cliroi:latograuhy with the usc of internal standards. The 33 'tDi: sier, o~ Ir.l.e.i!ed 'iCJ i IJi~• uts,alelJ.~a 'lir;ee.eh C.)urai! ~Clirr cal Fesc (.tF I,.es:~.v'~ . The accuracy and prccis;on of the nicthnd, .rlricir can bc applled to - other protein-irce biological tluids as ..•cll as urine, are discus_ed. 0335 . ,. , .l,].t 17,~1inn snr.,e -lli c 1 ~; , . TxE carboxtlic acids 1;;•esent in urine and plasma havee been little studied althouoh the I
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~ 50253 0367 ~ '~- X-RAYS--SPECTROMETRYJ 482 Je 1981 iQUi4 CV *rJ~TAT1V Ef X- RAl-'%` 411n-S.PE.C_.TRQMETRY--- ~ ,. ~ . ..,....~:,:.., Ron Jenkins Philips Electronic Instruments, Inc. Mahwah, New Jersey R. W Gould University of Florida Gainesville, Florida ~ Dale Gedcke EG&G ORTEC Oak Ridge, Tennessee MARCEL DEKKER, INC. NEWYORKANL EA.'.:~ o 4 n .n n r~ /,0 0 0 6
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s E50253 0357 & 78 XI Adl-79 S.P. Cy. , 5. ,QUANTi.TATIYE. RELATIONSI-iIPS == AMONG:--;ADVERT7StNG EXPEhDITURES, .'SHARE~F~'MARKET; AND,:-:l'l'.OrITS .~ B. F. Butler, P. M. Thompson and L. A. Cook The Hendry Corporation HO`V MUCH TO SPEND FOR ADVERTISING? 1 ~ METHODS FOR DETERMINING Ed'ted by e+Ai.cotM A. alcnIVEN ADVERTISING EXPENDITURE LEVELS ASSOCIATION OF NATIODIAC ADVERTISERS, INC. AD7~:?TLS!:;G F:.S:rlCiii I'C.J:iO!1TIC:?, L xi s_K:ryiEe.l` (r 'p. Vice President anJ 1%fanager, Marke;ing Rcsrarch Dcpartm:nt Coca-Cola USA /y('/ f Reprinted, with permission, fr„111 a I,tt.rge advertisers use the HcndroGraphic paper issued by The Hcndry Corporation, method for thc following purposes. dcscribing thcir methodology. , SUhIN1A4Y ej (j (1i () f i `.' a : ics, dctcrmincs for individu; l brands of onsumct_t:QOCIs thc rclationchip bctwcen 1) To dctcrminc what contribution advertis- ing cxrenditures arc making to the share of market and profits of their brand. 2), To dctcrfninc what share of markct and ~) ~ / profits would result if the advcrtisir.g level for their brand had been incrcascd or do- crcascd by various amounts. J, To determine what allocation of advcrtis- ing cxpcnditures among tcrritorirs would --=-~~ ,~~~ ~r~asrcL,~ltsrs~f_nt_irkcts or - I
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onQkS--1'SYC1i0I.o:'Y/ SMELL/ ~ 1~'uir<<>er 346 March 1972 XX MeI'--1)--Vik-73 -Wb d' 50253 0352 WW~~TAID by utfC' ~:.:.,r:n:~ Lei f "! . ci,c,asson :eports from the Psychological Laboratories, The University of'Stocl:holm To in Joiir. Exp. Psychol. Number 346 yvy ~ ,A'v I~ rtr r 0 . l t'~ fl 1) IL~ 4' 1
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50253 0366 , ~ I Lti.-UCkL'.'.Yy, 1•o 7.13R :~r,YA.''.M..3 hia . t` j,- 110 !-`i:'i'_ fI'f-ai A- L'7r C:.iG.~-t: C>F. Fzi:!'tL0 6-. 4'J-7a i'
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50253 0377 Aoic try, G , A. :rL~: ';: t'A.t' EJi iL l~':`T . liTt7F.'C!.: :?nio u!Yl:. (Ril{~))
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~ C~ 40253 "^: TC5 ~ • r ~ ~ ' T~ i 2/ 0 lk1 : ' \ 4ti.I VI-' T ~x`N -t-j~~,'~a s . L.:a J. V. :?raxii A DIVISIOli O[ ttl( ILIlIIIii:It CO, Cl[Y[tAtiD, OHIO IIJI'EF1r,dh-I'1O:JAI. fiCl[ T\!TIF1C FFRI[?[9 ni n fl ~ t I b{) ~`~~~ ' 0371 I
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.. r'f/r:. 1~IL.';.., YIIYSICSLk'ASIzI: 1•1•t:ASlil:rt•;r ;tOI'J'I1QL0.'.rI/ c.OSCOPL•' 1'I1:C1;~iCOPY/ ADDISOX-V1i:SLI:Y SRRII:S IN Pili'TALLURCY A.tiD 11<1TLRIAT.S. - • EftVIt. E. UNDER1Y00D Tockl~tecl-G'corgia Co»ipauy 3fariclta, G'corgia ADD;SUiy-slJESLEY 1'lIBl.IS{IING COMPANY Tcading, 1{I a•s•vuchmOls Mcnlo l'arl,:, California • Loudon • I)on 11lills, Ontario .... _ _._,,. _.~ . _. . 50253 0362 Q11 211 Un 1970 , . ' " / -t .. =T :~ -~ f . . ~
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50253 0379 Pullman, Bernard, 191.9- . QuRntum biochemistry tby, Bernard Pullman tandl .11• berte Pullman. \ew York, Intciwienco Publishors, 1963. ,xvi, 807 p. illus. 24 cm. I3ibliol;rnpLiC,t1 footnotes. 1. Quantum bi~x.henflstry. r. F'ullui.ui, Altmi-te, joint author. QPG21.P5 19G3 ' ~ 574.192 GS-1GGG:; ~ Library of Congress 1-4 -11 1
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50253 0373 ' FC G` i.~xa .C.~4.~.,'~< <t i.tY T.. Yo LJ..h1 tio~ll v.z.tl :itXy o 0 4 () n n r, -., ~S o 1 2
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50253 0378 0 4 .ii () 0 (/ , ! linnal.s of f.ha L,av York Ac~~c'cm;T of Scjencos 7 (No. 10) bcto"Cr 25, 1_;`.i8. <> 6 i
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50253 0381 QD ' 469 ~ A ! 0. 4 ij 11) 1 411 (;ua ::t:ur; c11, n is::rr . Advances in quantum chemistry, v. 1- 14JC}1- New 1 ork, Academic Press. v. lllus. 24 cm. P:ditor : 1Jf34-- P. I:dwdin. 1. Quantum cherotstry----Collected Works. 1916- ed. QD453.A28 Llbrnry of Cougress ~'. J t1 f !, i. Mwdin, Per 0?ov, ~. ~ 511.383082 C-1-•50~30 - i7-11
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50253 0370 - VI Reg 77 S.P. s , ., . i { - -+ TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPIiLET VI Re9-77 s.p. Klimisch, II. J.; Kirchheim, E. (BASF-WOT,'LudwiBshafcn; Forschungsinst. Zigarettenind., Hanbur8, Ger.) QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF NITROGEN OXIDE IN CIGARI:TTE SMO:;E BY tit'.ANS OF CIIEtMILUMINF.SCENCE. *3(~utc Quat~t~k~t~~eri..Bestimmun~'von Stickoxiden im Zigarettenrauch mif r; devf, C~temilumines zenz~e thode.~ * ,,~,~.... ... . _ . . . . ._ .. , Zeitsch. Lebensm. Untersuch- Forsch. 163, 48-52 (1977) (in German with English summary) *Keywords:* nitric oxide, smoke, constituent. . Summary. A measuring mcthod with a chemilumines- cence-analyzer is developed for determining the con- tent of nitrogen oxide in cioarctte smoke. This method 1 is suitable for puff/puff analysis. It could be demon- 1 stratcd that a dctermination of fresh smoke is` ncces- 0 -•a . ('1 0 0 r 1 .1 - 6 ' sary as nitroscn oxidcs rcact vcry quickly with other ~ constitucnts of the vapor phase. Mcasurcd valucs have ~ ~ to be corrected for a quench factor in analogy to the j C02 conccntration, as carbon dioxide shows an influ- ( ence on the mcasuring sensitivity of the c;iemilurnines- I ~ cence-anal ,zer. ---- ---- ~ -- - --- --- , l I
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50253 0364 72 IIj - - - ---.._,.~.... __....._.... - - - - .~......:,._.~u.ti..._~._ CHROMAT.OGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--THIN-LAYER CHROMATOGRAFHY/ EN2YMES--CIIROPtATOGRAPHY/ - /P L31UCi~IC~..ii~V t; fVk•lIC.A Ai;r.\ -~.^'+•:. .... „.. 8QA 97210 •a~~c.••,•~.,...-..~..r+..~-s~.w. +e~~"1';1i,?~TLkE~1'3?talf'"ft)1'" _ 1'•'~"f~:";C1:~~'`lT'."l" Llall,;1;.- ' . Z 01 TII IN L:11 ri~,S?1~.. y . a~ Mu ~,. ~-- :, K. W. 'Ntl'Nlllcl' Aau u }[. YR1LSS Nc ~,- `• Max-Ylauch-Inslihdfiir lJinluFir, AGL .l/rlckcrs, Tubir,gnt (Grrutauy) (lteccivcJ I).ceinbcr ist, 1971) SC>f>IAf:Y ...~- I ~ A,prc`~durc fot' h~•crdjn~c•li~i,,>ual asc}~lration of c,lit;anurlc,~ti~lcs on thin I,,\'~r: clc~cril,tl. I~~in:;,Fi, ~ t•11ci1-rt,;~110reti c~110retic separation for tlu• fir•t cliincmj,,n O'.j,,uriuclcotick•~ •~ of ''1'-)ah~llrc l'-)ah~llrcl matcriz:1 arc -.-,.,•.~~... .._. ..-, _ _ .• < ..., _.._.. . i;1ni0 is ;,articul.•irt\• il:.eful for ulahhin" ()li-
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. COOKBQOKSI ~ 126;Cooker; u Planning and Cooking Men ~ for Large Aumbers by XOL.A TREA T and LENORE RICHARDS THE RICHARDS TREAT CAFETERIA AND FOOD SHOP Revised Fdilion Little, Brown and Company • Boston • 1.951 r
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;o- ! 50253 0382 4 , 1453 ; An . . .Quantum Ciiemi.stc•y, v. 17 Aaas3ual ruvLaw of chyl wcax chclalstr~y. VA-'-iT 19i0-/ ' • • Wr:e (J.. CF`..bTi. !. M.. n::I. RMIrY.. j `, v, ..3_! us. 2? c-... ~ 4 le I n 0
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50253 0348 v -, QD S Steyermark, Al, 1P0I- (Zuantitntive organic nnicrcrlllalysis. 2d ed., rev. and enl. New York, Academic Press. 1;1G1. GGo p. ilhis. 34 cnl. Inch!des bibliotruldiy, 1. Clicmistry, Ana1ytic_-Quautitattce. 2. MicrocliomistrS, 3. Clicu,istry, Organic, r. Title, Qll117.S78 1961 , - •-,, 541.83 G1-12273 1 Lilwnr,• of Cou;;rc~-s n I
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50253 0358 IX x,,.;- K-r _~:.:., ~.. I - l = pal iJA~Tx~'A~t'l~ S~1.*II',LI~G )F .'iMAGCU. ~t.0;k; us+: tiETE:\~ I. . ;. ; t + <) E1 4 - 6 (`c tl (- . i 7
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50253 0313 I , ~ /u./} 7 /J ~ l} • _ T C ~•....,-_,.,~ ,._. . . , . .. _......w t:i:Ntll:t7 .ratil•:\'; tc'Y: A.;I;(,N 1:. tc+.~rl:tt~t:~~ 1:;,•lrrn Cr::iou:,l 1„r.•r:,,rh I.:tLrr:,t,•r1':;I).\, 1'hil:„t,•It,l:ia 1S, Pc•nus3•Ir:(ui:l NCMMLAI;Y :1 siuip}s• ah4l rl;:!!•1: as.:,-• i: r,r=rrihr,l fnr tlu• cl~•!r•rnsiuali.,u ul, t1u! Iac•t:ISt• :(r.tlvit,y . , .,f rruu(• ru:•.Ytu,• I•r,•Itar:(tiuttx. R,•~u,t:, :ur aimL•(1,1o itt 2 Itr. fr„ul a, little :+, 2 nl~;. of •,rn1c•l•i:tl1 l'itYl•(•n t:,it!ut(•-.' itt,•ub:ttimt nt 'S7' C. i, tt-,•l) 1'nt' !hr lvtr~•nt:(tir• t•c•nc•tiun ~Iut a . ,ttu'l• L•:•t,o-r ~nlt.frr,lr. rhr• 1:tr•ta..r arti%itr i-~ r'•I:strrl lu thr vsu.,;sttt nf ,clttcu"r rc•lc:tsr<1 dc•tr•r,tsit'o,1 I,Y nu c•niYut;stir t,sir rr,-uss i;s >r1. '{ ls,• t•1•f'rrts (tt ::uhat'atc~ rm(•(•:ttraf t(wtju•t•:tttu(•, anrl r(•latrcl I:u•'•w:< :urr• int(-:lig:ttc•(1. '1')tr tlro- c,ltttr n;11•cutta_;(utta~ otu; I,roliusi:s:trv ,ju;llstiLAivc• -l•l•cc•tsin~; of lac•tasc- ,rn,Lui:r, <r;;:nti :n WItirh lwtt(1 ntitiz(s u•hr•y its tltrie „ruirtit. L;tl'ta':(` tIll• lo!1•Ilf0' (`t'It`~I~`(11 w1~1'%ri / lat't'S!~('~~rl r./f,.•tr7 /S.1 ...1... r.. . r.
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50253 0356 ~ 79 II Ma __ S01~1NRH TQSEROSUM/POTATOLS/ Y-LcluvmViu.»••F~rs.h.Ih)•v: ra~lvc-~ ) ---- /G3 , lDL -r9e lp'/11 2 L.ebeum. UnteR Forxh 167. 97-100 (19781 ~ { f wt,c~cctv : Lsbensmittel- Giinttr 4Luheis' und tian,-Dictcr Brlitz= I InswutlGrLcMtirsmind.hrmu.d.•rTt%hni..hcntmr.ran.ie\hin.h.•n ~ paw.ch. FurxAunt.ansrall tur L.h.n.mmc1ch.ini. \1Bndw•n . o4ludics oa t::nz)mic BroNning ofvisotrtoc-~, (•Sol•rnum Untersuchungen zur cnz.•matischcn Braw)ung T~ o<um) L'"`~n°bxldyscs and 1'h"r°Ilc C anprwd. bei Kartoffcin (Solanum tuberosum) from DiffeYCnl V>trictic+ I. Phcnoloaydaxn und phenolische Inhnit.atufie eer.chi.dcn.r 5orten T1* Qwimitatire Relatiatqbip 6e1wep18rown Fact tl. Quantitatire &zichungzNi+chen Briiununt und InhalLssloffi~u ~~ ~ and its Gaatite,_,...~ n11.Kinetik dcr Phcnnlo\.%Ja.e (EC LI~.iM.1 Niorwpha Kin.Yicxof I'utato I'h.hwlo\iJ•r.e eol. DiGidroxyphcnyiuianin: OY.O%)dorcductnx) •rux (FC1.1a.11L1 \tonophtilol.JihiJro\.% plxmiuirninc:O\~,~Yr.ryHlundiMlx.c Kartoffcin -• - M" I IV. Besle6unq zwischen Tyrosulmnsatz wd t3tiuoun4 Retatitxlship between Tyrosine Turnover and Rate of Browning i -•--- ~ 9 . . ..+,
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73 X. 11r 4 TOIiACCO--SM01;I11G--PSYCiiOLOCY 4b2530372 / --~:..---. RJR CLASS r0. PAMPIILET 73XBr4 Lruce, G. D.; Sharpe, L. K. ' (Univer.sity Toxas, E.ust?.n, Tex.; Univ. Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, U. tj~,.~~~k'4 ~ ~'A Fsycholog. Rep. 31, 918 (1972) (in Lnglish) °z. S.) : I . ~ ;. . ; . ~_- ~
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50253 0389 -.-. ... ..l-... .~. a. .~ ...-............_..-.....~.-.~. -. ...-Y~ . _-.... i... _~ . _ ~ ~ . l QD 453 ~ Ad Qsaiia;nt ;-Sechaii:.cs, V.21.. ,.Vi ,Iow", 0 1: a. ......Pi:i?F.-..i,(t~::f>D~.~~~'.i~(.-~i i /.• ECiif:~S:' r, t4 :i .1 t)
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, .! 50253 0385 CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--REACTION MECHANISMS CHEMISTRY--COMPUTERS/SPECTRUM ANALYSIS/QUANTUM CHEMISTRY/DATA--PROCESSING/ PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIUI9 ON COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN CHEMISTRY, Neuehahar, Federal Republic Germany,Sept. 17-19, 1979/IBM RESEARCH SYMPOSIA SERIES/ QD 39 Ba Computational 1980 Methods in Chemistry Mad by Joachim Bargon IfM R.rrrtM t.0onrory $~ ..... a,ro,.;. "°w-`- ~MD~ F
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50253 0388 nD . G ~~9 ~ . .. . _..~ Q.caatum ct~:•inistr.y -t:r,ltectec] :au;-'lc:,•. Advazice5 in c;u:,,-,tuni cheziiis+ry. v. 1- 1',)64- Pre:S. New York, Aca(ictnio / v. illus. 24 c;n. Editor: 1961- r. LPSwdln. 1. Qt:antum eiieiillshc---Co?lected works. L T.bwdin, Per Oloc, 1916- eed. r+ Z2 ~ , 0 f; E i QD153.A28 Ltbrary of Congress F . 541.383082 i - t7-11 c4-8o29
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50253 0390 QUANTUM THqORY/ QC 174 Ha 1981 I Quanfium NtechanlCS ~ HIENDRIK F. HAMEKA Univeisity of Pennsykwnia A WIIZYdN7ERSCIENCE PUHLICATION JOHN WI(,gY & SONS New York •Chdwaa ~ ..4; 0 c'~ 0 ~~ L 5 0. .2 9 Toroeto ,
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50253 0375 '1'UKACC:U•:tuSAiC VIRUS/TOBACCO----6REEDING/ ' + ! Euphytica 28 (1979) 201-208 QUA~IyT.ITX:'`~`'~tODU.CTION".OF;' ANTHER'-D'r--KIYED HAPLOIDS-"fKd WV~CULTIPLEr D1SEASE RES.ISTANT `'TOBACCG"HYB1Z-Yb~."`tp~fkt0't1ENCY . `OF, PLANTS_'WITH' RESISTANCEOR SUSCEPTIBILITYr~TO° TOBACCO 'MOSAIC'`VIRUS (TMV);.,POTATO:•VIRUS Y•(PVY),°A.ND' ROOT'KNOTe ' 78 VII Ag-80 (R K)' .•- Reprinted from - S• P. Euphytica. 28(2):201-208, June,-_1979. L. G. BURK=,). F. CHAPLIN=, G. V. GOODING' and N. T. POWELL3 =TobaccoResearch Laboratory,Agricuttural Rescarch,Scienceand Education Administration. US Dept. • ofAgriculture,Oxford, N.C.27565. USA 3 Department of Plant Pathology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C. 27650. USA Receired2lune 1978 l' NOliTH CAROLIi•:A ST~ TE [l~~IVtRSi "i , INDIX WORDS ?tiL'eIG4; N.C. .. '`~ . ' ~obacc~h'~ print,Serie~ .Ao., 6CQ' .Nicoriana tabacum, tobacco, haploids, doubled haploids, tobacco mosaic virus, potato virus Y, root knot nematode, resistance. &M M 1i 11 l/ 11 .~ ! 4 of haploid plantlets from anthers of a/lue-cured tobacco hybrid with monogenic resistance to tobacco mo<aie virus, (TMV), potato virus Y (PVY) and root knot (RK), respectively. Additional details are given on colchicine treatment for converting haploids to 79 '12
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50253 0391 s - ! CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL AND THEORETICAL/BIOLOGICAL CHEP;ISTRY/ ENZYMES--KINETICS/XTRAY DIFFRACTION/STATISTICAh THERJ1ODYNAMICS/ SPECTROSCOPY/KINETICS/QUANTUM 1`lE~GHANICS/DIFFUSION/SEDIMENTATIOFJ/ PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY Principles and Applications QH in Biological Sciences 345 / nacio Tinoco, Jr. Ti g 1978 UniversifyolCall/ornia.Berkefey Kenneth Sauer UNverstry of Calllornia. Berkeley ; James C. Wang Harvard Un/versiry PRENTICE-HALL, INC., ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NEW JERSEY 07632 0 .4 t1 n n~, % 6 U:~ u . I
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c,~3 50253 0383 453 An 1972 INLR&RED SFECTROSCOPY/:.LECT::C?YIC S'rECTKA/QU+N':iUVOCiiLMISTRi:, AIvNUAI, REVIEW OF PHYSICAL eHFN:ISTRY _ ....: . ~_ V7LUN~IE 23 ELECTRON S PH:. RESONANCE/. _. H. EYRI 'G, Editor h Ul i a ty of h'LICLEAR- MAC ETIC RESONANCE/ U~iicers CASES--= KIN TICS/ . _ . -• .. LIQUIDS/SOL DS/ C. J. CHRISTENSEN, Associate Editor POLYELECTROtYTES I . Unicersity of Utah H. S. JOHNSTON, Associate Editor 1972 University of ca! fornia, Berkeley _ ANNUAL RFVIEWS :NC. <!?9 EL CAMINO WAY. PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA 94306 USA t _ rA.!-1 9
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, i--„ ~ G ...- ' • ' ' 50253 0355 Y- . . 0~71) 0161-9 Pergamon Preu. Printed in Northern Irela d ~ ~ Y 1 -of-.: : Smok_e InternJitional journal of Applied Radiation and lwtopet, 1971, Vol. 2?, pp. 691-697. ~f1 frorrt=-Ra:~~~~~C`~Y~~~~~'~:r:~:~beledr1 Cigarettes R. W. JENKINS, JR., M. K. CI-IAVIS, R. H. NEWMAN and F. A. MORRELL Philip 'Morris Research Center, Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A. (Rurirtd 17 August 1970) Asjnolqtig mjchift is 4etCeripsd rrhich Wes Vant3i:aiyE recovery of the various smoke phases, ._.:a. ~~.. .., .,,-,,--,r., hnrr and ash. Carbon-14 compounds are used as tracers to measure 'tt. Complicated transfer of smoke fractions nalysis. Instrumentation is dcscribrd for the display of actual puff volume taken during smnl:ing. Data for the disuibution of taC- nicotinc and 14i:-dotriaco!'.tanc-l1i,17 acidrei to ;i_; trettcs are p:cscntcd. -Te I
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50253 0386 QupJittusl cl"i8r:-IsL.: f. Paulin-, Linus Carl, 1901- •.. ''ho nature of the chemical bond, and the structure of molecules and crYstals; an introduction to modern stritc- tural chelnistr3•, by Linus Pauling... 2d ed. Ithnca, \. T., Cornell university press; London, I3'. Milford, Oxford uni- versity press, 1940. xvi, 45o p., 1 l. illus., diagrs. 2.3! cm. (The George Fisher 23i1 er non-resident lectureship in chemistry at Cornell university. iv. 1£i) ° Bibliographical foot-notes. 1. Vnlence (Theoretirnl chamistry) 2. Quantum theo:•v. 3. Aicle- cules. 4. Crystallography. r. Title. ii. Title: Chcinical bond. QD169.P38 1910 ~ ~ 541.39 42--31471- LiLrary of Congress ,5-tt21
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50253 0395 4ki 1)cssaucr, Friedrich, liily 19, 1SS1- 505 Qti;untcrnbiologic; 1:infiilu•lui; in cinen lieu,ll \l'i:sens- , 1) iwcil;. 13orlin, Springer, 1954. 178 p. ilius. 24 cm. 1. ]tiolo"ical physics. i. Title. Q1I505.1)1 ~ 54--3206 I i Library of Con„ress ` 131 _._ 7- _. . -- _-.....- .<- , .,,1 0 6 :: ~-) ~ .y 4
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Zimmerman, Noward E -Qwnt>r~wn/es (ot~bi~~i>~'c`~lyenfl3~ ~-., --- ~ Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Quantum chemistry. 2. Chemistry, Physical organic. I. Title. ~` QD462.Z55 530.1'2'024541 74-17971 ISBN 0-12-781651-8 ACADEMIC PRESS, INC. 111 Fifth Avenue, New York. New York IDW3 United Kingdom Fdition published by ACADEMIC PRESS, INC. (LONDON) LTD. 24/28 Oval Road. London NWI L.ibrary of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data \ I 0 4i!0253 0392 a
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. . ~ /iG\ LICII't' S~~lI:::? /P7.COai:'c0,m) SPiECTkt.I,SC(IPYj GENETICI COD'.,/ LIQI):DS/ . /KIP?iTrCS; SPi;C^;,OoCGPY/ GAS P}IASE/ I'T,FC''RtTC}1}`:1LTC!~I, -[T!T}:LZ}'ACES/ POT,i.I1T70?;/ ST;:A;'OSPrT:Rf/ i'UELS/ ::AYLEIG}i iWTTCAL AC'iIVITY/ P.A;•L1i't CIPTICF,1.. ACi TVITY/ fnLOaS/ 1-11.-~,'ViEW Oi~' CHEMI S TRY '" VOLUME 26 1975, H. LYRIr.G, P,di'1o1' ANkL'AL RI'VILLYS RJC. University of Utah 41)'+ LL C:.h,;t:O W4Y PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA 94306 a 50253 0384
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t Zimmerman, Howard E - Quantum mechanics for organic chemists. Includes bibliographical references and index. , ! 50253 0387 1. Ianturn chemistry. 2. Chemistry, Physical organic. j Title. QD462.Z55 530.1'2'024541 74-17971 ISBN 0-12-781651-8 ACADEMIC PRESS, INC. /`l7s 111 Fifth Avenue. New York, New York 10003 Unrted Kingdom Edhion published by ACADEMIC PRESS, INC. (LONDON) LTD. 24/28 Oval Road. London N\V1 G,p;.Iq U,c c I Library of Congress Cataloging'in Publication Data . ~ a ~ t Q~ Cl fl n 6 [l 2'fi
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50253 0397 (?1) J 469 A CLa,ztu:n thcory. Advancvs in qusntum ch-mi;try. v. 1- 196t-- A'cNv York, Acaclemic. Press. v. fllus. 24 cm. Lditur: 1!>3-1- 1'. MO(n. 1. Qunntnm cliemtsiry-i'oll^cted works. I. LBndln, Per Oloc, 1016- ei1. Qll453.1i28 ,, 541.3S-OOS2 Library of Congress { L7-11 G"O:?S
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50253 0403 1 Qtu: an tl1r.e, Plant see Plant qu~.~ rc;ntine i -.. _ . -_ ,., - ._ .-,-.-.,
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50253 0376 TECHNICAL REPOR r uA 1 A II Me -$0 S. P. (ireasr.rodIntrn/ernontonrnr.rvene br/o.ecomprrnnr) i REPOAT NO. T. 3 RECViENT'S ACCESSION NO. EPA-600/2-80-011 4 TITLE AND SUaTITLE S. REPORT DATE (KiANTITY-QCALITY SIMCLITION' (QQS)e A DETAILED March 1980 Issuin Date CONTINUOUS PLANNING MODEL FOR URBAN RUNOFF CONTROL FERFORMING onGANIzATION coDE Volume I; Model Description, Testing, and Applications 7. AUTNO/1(S) . PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. Wolfgang F. Geiger, Helmut R. Dorsch Drainage, Water pollution, Surface water .PE/1FORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS runoff, Runoff, SeVage , Contaminants, Wat DORSCH CONSULT LTD. quality, Storage tanks, Storm severs, Coa 45 Richmond Street W bined sewers, Hydrology, Hydraulics, Math Toronto, Canada MSH 122 matical models .. ------ ~ 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADD/1ESS Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory-Cin., OH 17. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED Final Rpt. Sept 1977-May 197° Office of Research and Development 1~.SFONSOIIING AGENCY CODE U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 EPA/600/14 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES Project Officers: Richard Field (201) 321-6674, 8-340-6674; and Douglas Aaanon (201) 321-6680, 8-340-6680 16. Ass /1ACT A comprehensive mathematical model, the Quantity-Quality Simulation (QQS) model, for calculation of urban stormwater and combined sewer overflow pollution and the means for its control is presented. The model operates in a continuous mode with a five minute time step and accounts for the unsteady runoff and overflow behavior of total drainage 0 4 o n n~~ ~~ 0 I 5 7
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50253 0399 I aC 174 Ha 1981 0 4 6 n 0 (1 1 RY/ Quantum Mechanics HENDRIK F. HAMEKA Unhxrsity of Pennsyh+anio A wQ,EY•pV'fTtLSREryCE PUHwCA77ON JOHN WII.EY & SONS New YoAc • Qdcbesta . Brisbane . Toronto ~
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80 II RE2u~81 S.P. ~4 Fortschr. Rontgenstr. 133, 6:5 ~i 5/-& U~- s ! 50253 0354 .v.yyY-~-<. ...ys•,,~.,-.. ~pantttatrv! ta~ip3tTOSO1 fun(~ Fortschr. Rontgcnstr. 133. 6 (1980) 594-602 , trttagin~id fieattlijFSUtijeFtif'ani'! ~ ~+ah`en"lts ivt•tX e~len~ iz~titit!ti~` Quantitative Inhalationsszintigraphie bei Lungengesunden und Patienten mit chronisch Aquantitativemethodforstudyof bstruktiver Atemwegserkrankung the pcnetration, depositi pattern o and clearance of inhalcd particles (O,5-microri-Y4Tc-labeled human Von Th. Weiss, P. Dorow und R. Felix serum millimicrospheres) in the lung ~ is described. 10 healthy subjects and 14 Abbildungen 15 patients with chronic obstructive li lung disease (COLD) were studied. Strahlcnktinik, Abt. Radiologie und Pohktinik (x tl L i P L D R F d rz . e ter: ro r. . e x) un Abt. Kardiologie und For both groups significant Putmologie (Arztl. Leiter: Prof. Dr. H. Schmutzter) im F:Imikum Charlonenburg der Freien Unive ita & G rs r r n differences in the mean values of two article heral eri ibin d i di p p g p cscr ces n Die vorgestelite inhalationsszintigraphische Methode gestattet es, penetration and particle distribution das pulmonale Verteilungsmuster und die periphere Eindringtiefe homogeneitywereobserved.111uco- von Aerosolpartikeln (0,5 µm grofZe 99mTc-markierte Millimikro- ctliary~ effi~iency has heen assesscd by evaluatmg aerosol clearance rates spharen) mittels zweier Indices zu quantifizieren. Zusatzlich from the whole right lung and from konnen iiber die Analyse der mukoziliaren Clearance Storungen des upper,middle,tower,perihilarand peripheral zones of the right lung tracheobronchialen Selbstreinigungssystems aufgedeckt werden,die' field.V('hereasthetotallung als Fruhmanifestation ch}ronischer Atemw~egsgrkr.pnltyngen gelten. rlearahce of both groups showed no Ein LtnoPnvP6tfrlrc Prnlian,4rnkn1lPk4*iv (n= 1m.lte(3 sich von einer markeddifference,therewasa statistical significant clearance delay Pia rer Atemwegs- in the patient's group upper and erk,a„r.uub ~ OLD) hinsicht- peripheral lung area. a I
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50253 0401 QD ~ 476 I B QkwItum : tNSOR'+; •-; ~ o.rganic cnel.7.istz o: , Braude, Ernest Alexander, 19`??- ed. Determination of orrg-auic Aructures by Physical ]netllucls. Editors: F:. A. 13raude jandl F. C. Nachod. New 1 ork, :1c:i- demic Press, 1955. 810 p. illus. 21 cm. Include, UiLliography. 1. Cheniistry, Orhauic. 2. Cheruistry, 1'hysical and thecretiial. t. Nachod, Freileric): C., joint ed. ir. 7'itle. Qn.17c.B7 ; ~..., r,i i,rary of con"_ rf':; ; 5 -,.101 S
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50253 0398 t 4D 453 , ~ itN Y7ditor : 1L':)0- ITollc•fson. I 4yuAilt;tl•': "t-)1sG.'yp V. `6t. r :%; Annual rc.Niew of phy sical chemistry. Stanford, Calif., Annual Reviews. /fv. nlus. 23cm. 1. Chemtstry, Phystcal r.nil theoretlcal--Xearbaol:s. 2. Ch^mistry. Physlcul and theoreticai-Ilibl. x. I:ollefs->n, Cer.harQ ]Cruhn. 1900- eed. QDLA T 32 ~-N 511.058 A 51---1058 Minnesota. Unlc.• Ltbr.`• 1 for Ltbrar~ of Contre,,~s 15So'3)t 0 41 0 ri n (I :~ h 0.S i'
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50253 0404 , - AW U. S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY/ LAWS & LEGISLATION/COAL/ldATER--POLLUTION--LAWS/PIANT CONSTRUCTION/ CONSTRUCTION%AIR--POLLUTION--LAIJS/ FUEL/ F EDR RAL RE GULAT. -%F 1~T~ ~ vIl~d.~ ~TS'~.~~ ~`, P~,~~ TT~.7 . ~ A Survey of Environmental Rebulations January 1979 Affectinb the Sitino and Construction of New Industrial Plants and Plant Expansions , , ., 0 d 11 t 1 l1~ '~r U 4 0 4 a
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50253 0409 II Mes 78 S.P. QUAZtTBRUY?~REPORTr4w,-EXPERIMNTAL' S"DY-I 4,,QM&EACHA~`Fc:; FROI'i~`STQRED:' 5dI:IDS ~t June 1, 1977 to January 1, 1978 Contract No. W. J. Boegly, Jr. H. S. Arora E. C. Davis R. G. S. Rao H. W. Wilson, Jr. Environmental Sciences Division Energy Division, Fossil Energy Environmental Program, C. R. Boston, Program Manager January 1978 • OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 operated by ~~ ~UNIOiV qPB,ipE COP~PORAT ION Va for the W-7405-eng-26 ORNL./Tr:- E304 ,
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50253 0368 ~Il~'~ • ~~~~~cri~3~stu~tnttla~hvc~nY~tice~s~lbc t_ 'i . ~~ . M. . . ~ . . I II. Untcrsuthunrcn iib:•r 1lufschlu[3 und }3cstimmuno mittels Atomahsorption i in der Gaspltasc« " ~ IIc.rbert Nti'oitlich und Wcrncr Pfannhauscr . ~ . i Forschungs;natitut dcr Ern3hrun;so•irtschaft, «'icn (Ostcrroich) t ~ '/.. T.cbensm. L'nters.-Ibrsch. 155, 271--Q_7G (1974) ( Eingcganocn am 28. Januar 1974 g'j by .1~. F. )3crginann, ltunchen 1~J74• 74 TII WO Contribution to thc tluantitativo Analy• ••sis of lfcrcurv in I3ioloqical .l[etcrial • ~ :. lI- Jnvcstioations on Uiocstion and Dctcrniinstioiil~y AAS in thc ~~npor Ph1se ~ Surnrnary. A routine n~ct icd for traces of mcrcut,v prescnt in fi ~lt and mussel prescn•es in the ~ nnnot;rlrn range is dcscribcd.'l: ~ srntrces of errors in tho di;~cst.ion st.;p and :hc Ji,turbnnc2 in detcrminin:; tnercurv by ~1:1 55 in thm- vapor ldt ;:~ an, ciiscuasccl. 1',c.o•:cr}• rato was t1J.5°,•;~. Iu t.ho j ; n ~'{~) range of 0.5 tu1m the stanc?:,;d d•~.•iatiou aniounts to 4.9a';o. A survey on tho mercury contcnt of preser ics dcu•c1 in Austria is Zusam»<<n/o s::~ntg. :ir die L'cstimmang von Quecksilbers;~uren !m\anocrammber~icli n inl I" ~~ einc in dc: I:ouaincuntcrsu:h::n;; t~o•siihrto \ictiiodu bcschricLcn. llic hiiufit,atcn l.'c•hicrqncl!cn und Sturu~~~ m~~lict l;citc~~<<cr:ltomab;orption in dr-r (i:litlhflSe RO\Cll! Pltnge Auftichlu3nlCt!iodcn. , wenicn dis,:uaeti.. Lut 11 it,&rtu:aun~sratk• bnaru" JJ,5°clir. bcs:wttc :lnaly.o «•cist un R^r:•ich p}~nt cinn Stanasrcior,tic.ichun~ %• l:in Lbcrbli~~lnaly~~ on 4,:J~";, ;iuf.k ii})cr .cn von in t~ytcr- rcich iut )landcl crhiilltichea I'isch- und Jluycttclkonscrvcn wint ocoebcn. ^ ,.r ~ + I.l,inlettuu; ~ !
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13 ss,.rarto0 30 .CtL.rq1T GS!,II-9q E'OEq Cu u - ~'_I'~CJt~9 •pa .iK1G['ur.l~~fal~7 all .11'~I~q~IIY'i sa~,r[ruu;:~?Q-srluu•t;Jal;( •i. salauuOrlJILJ-sJfSS!{d 'T rn~ Li, •Snll? •d TCO['1!ax [(~(!i:Il 17i[L'.l)~~?~~ liltf~ '-C `iii:J?:,ll[Sj r:;.[c)q;o p<<u :s,LO;it)a tiJ[ItOS)~JIJ j)Uti .:J[9X1il.j 10 i1aL'[Ai[pip ti,'.1iCl/It:!!d rjul 01tj, ~ •.1G~si 1 «Tt jti^rl?r• : 00b0 ESZOS
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50253 0423 ~J -~. e: ,, n . . . . . . ~«..,...,y~...z TP Lwvrcncz, Carl t4- i ~ 990 tiurl';ice-,ictivo qustern ;ry ~inlnionitnn gerinucides. \eiw ~ L 1 or;;, 1 aidemic Pres=, 1950. ~ vii, 2•15 p. dIagrs. 24 cm. ~ T3ibliograpAy: p. 202-9..u). 1. Arnwontuu.w compciunds as distnfcdtants. 2. Surfr.ce r.ctive n~I.vilil. rl RA"r GG.AS ')L3 615.778 Library of Ccavress ` ~ 120) 50-G 3?•i ,
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50253 0421 ~ K 8ooxs e , ps ~,~~g ~/N &/ w `'H E T'p 71 s'Q a VVOIN TDI IRFUL WOIZLD / FREEZER COO h.ING r . , r :., .. . .l -. .. .. ., A, /. ki.- u C) u D}'
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50253 0413 see also 1J. S. PCpt. of the Arrr.y. Qu: rtFr- mastcr Food and Cant.ainer ins-titute.
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Y~.....y._.Y.a.:...rr.....r..~w.v.+R.~~n....w~.._w.......~.u...`.~.._. a._~_- _......~._....~~.~.~.._........_........-~_.~-......,..... .............. ..1. -.~r.._.I~~.._.__ ...~. . 50253 0418 NT(1T:U:fINFSCrrICE/ FLAVti:r1IDS/SAPO?:IIi1?S; EIi'Lr.Vk.^;OA~CO*fPOL'?~US/ ERG CIIROItI:S/(;UASSINOID 33ITTI:R YR1tXII'LES/ ZaQDF FORTSCHRITTE 1973I DER CHEMIE ORGANISCI-IER Vo2• 30 NATURSTOFFE ~ PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY ~ OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS ' BEGR(;•:DET VON - FOL'tiDED BY ~} L. ZECIIMEISTER • HERAUSGEGEBEI VON - EDITED BY W. HERZ H. GRISEBACH G. W. KIRBY TALLAHASSEE. FLA FREIBURG i. BR. GLASGOW VERFASSER • Al,THORS M. J. CORNfII:R • li. FLASCIT • B. FRANCK - K. HORI • L. JAENICKE W. Kf:LLER•SCIiIERLEIN H. [). LUCKSLLY - D. G. I,10LLER JUDITH POLONSKY • R.ISCIIf_SCHE- • J. E. WAMPLER - G. \';ULFF 1973 WIEN - SPRINGER-VERLAG • NEW YORK I ~ . . ~
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50253 0432 ' Qu Ptunpr ).r.t No. DistriLution and adsorotion characi;eris- tics of vaoorized lindano. roorl E• I?ru': Cff. ?3u1a. 17: 12'; --59 (10,53). r t: lc3 ~.+ r, !oir ri [~ ~
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50253 0407 ~ : English) 74 XI L'n .. ,.r.r.-. :... _ _.... IZJR CL4SS NO. -PIdMPHLET 74 XI Un U. S. Federal Trade Commission, Washington, D. C., U. S. RI:PORT"•3;t~,YQU:1It'TER - 1973'.°-` U. S. Fed. Trade Comm., News Release, Washington, D. C. (1973) (in *Y,eywords :'Y tobacco. . 's f E . *1974, No. 1, c,' 324* *d* ionacco economics: ~znr~.....~...wa~.r.L-s~.~..~~....a. .....a.r.._..... ~..a.-..~r...-,..:J,.vf..r.:.-~..aw~...1J..'.-...1Y:.d.i..wr«....i.v.;:..~.....r~....:.. ..._ . . 9
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50253 0419 ~ ~ d& Juurnal u/'COAIlIUSTION TOX/COLOE;: y, Vol. 5(Novembcr 1978), p. 408j--- ~1 ~ I1 ,~w ,yy~ -i` ~ J ~ W.. POTTS, T. S. LEDERE jANf~.i;l/~i~~ y~`~ • ~ XXII *SeB -79 S.P: A STUDY OF THEA fALATION TOXICITY OF SMOKE PRODUCED UPUN 1'ROLYSIS AND COMBUSTION OF POLYETHYLENE FOAMS. PART I. LABORATORY STUDIES rC v Original manuscript received March 30,1978 PART II. FULL SCALE FIRE STUDIES Revised manuscript received September 19, 1978 ABSTRACT: The studies reported herpin Show that under combiwr'on ~ (flaming) conditions, polyethylene-based materials produce smoke that is no more toxic than smoke produced by combustion of wood. Under con- trolled pyrolysis (nonflaming) conditions, in small laboratory chambers, however, polyethylene-based materials produce smoke that is more toxic to rats than smoke produced by pyrolysis of wood when comparisons are made on a sample weight basis. When comparisons are made on a sample volume basis; the smoke from wood is the more toxic material. The in- , creased toxicity (sample weight basis) results from the relatively hiqh level of acrolein formation which occurs when polyethylene-based materials are pyrolyzed just below the autoignition temperature range used in these tests. The tcmperature range in w•hich high production of acrolein can t'pcct{Y~ from poli ethy~ene-bqed ~}ateriz!s is quite narrow, being substan- '"1r•. i°« +han et3°t'- ovrolysis o(wood, on the other hand, can produce bro-mer temperature range. INTRODlJCT1ON 8
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i 50253 0426 ' 2240~.~_..._.._..,...~_.._._.___ In ~ ~,,,. r. ~ t:' •~~ Cr ~ ._. a ~ ~ onal.~.__.. } qrI1CRFs i ~ i..:. asU•J. f-..C f .r'.np:. .1..9 C ;~ 7. :" cLi::LSTri T 1„ ^ ...cr.~ c;Uac _o Gor.i:d Ux (:•s:cr:c:a Cl~ _- - -.~,.,- , _- o" ~ t*l n n {. f: t-) o 6 ! 3
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50253 0410 . SMOKING TOBACCO/CIIEWING TOBACCO/SNUFF/TOBACCO--MANUFACTURE AND TRADE/ VIII MeA2-76 U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service, Tobacco Division January 30, 1976 f .. ., QUARTERLY. RF.PORT OF MANUFACTURE AND SALES OF SNUFF, SPSOKING,` AND 'CHEWING, TOBACCQ~:1.97.3,~v;19.7,kyd1975) .4,G+ / $_T 3,`~~ ~l'•-~ C'YvJrI G'~' ~ . 4~ tl t1 n f, •: ~ C; 4 9
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50253 0438 I ~..., _ _ .......~.y _,.,~..~.....<y.. _.~ti~. ._ : ~ uefn ~#~+=1~:~' H ~ QA Associated measurements. New York, Academic Press, i ?7G 1952. Q 242 p. illus. 23 cm. ~ 1 t ~ ~ ~ ~ .1. 1lfathematical statIstics. -2. Graphic mcthods, _T. Title. i ~ QA2i6.(,1~3 311.2 52-122G8 1 Library of Couere.,,,; 112, ,
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'; r0 ~k~, :~'r ~50253 Oq 25 'V• r.t o•lyd• ~ i ~ T,rt''!- t't L E Ul Fk nmW d ;fi°ts16s- ~/~ss0cialion Scientifiqu(! Internationale du Cafe (A. S. i. c.) 34, iuo dc, Renaudes, Paris 17° ~ In r) f: f= 6 U ri 4
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QD ~ 281 Quarc--tin. n ~ L'.m, F. Ii. .^.I.`;I, C:;if?i!L~:T3:;. ~ p. ~ . Ea~tex-s~r,rLo,~.ucr. i S I C- :"I r::;~. ~~:j.~
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50253 0430 71 II Re-7 S.P. 3fhe Metabolism of One-Carbon Compounds by I''f icro-Organ isms DcparAnent of Aficrobiology, Univer.sily of SlicOicl.l, 1972, vel. 7, Academic Press. 13. 1'hotospnthctic Paclrrin . . . . . . . 138 C. No„-Pi,otosyntlhctic Au:lcrobic 13:,c•tcri:t . . . . 140 III. l,nce&%,\ictnbolism . . . . . . . 143 A- Acrobic Oxidation . . . . . . . . 143 13. Anncrobic nis,nutation . . . . . . . 161 C. Thot omct nbol isnt . . . . . . . . . 168 IV. C,u•Lun Assi,nilation . . . . . . . . . 169 A. Assimilation of Carbon lliosido . . . . . . .169 13. A:si,nilntion of ltcd„cecl Ouc•i;nrbon Compounds . . . 177 V. AckuoNti-Icdgc,nents . . . ~ . . . . . 197 12efc,cnces;~a .0 t~ . . . . . 197 SlccArelcl. I;nglaitd Froin: ADVANCES IN MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOCY,nedited by A. H. Rose, & D. W. Tempe: nnn..- ....-.---- I
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~D R 50253 0441 ~~~rceLin 325 G. s.'•:. CU.u.rl'.t):~.o 0-
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50253 0420 I i QH 311 Q Essays on the use of information theory in biology. -As- sociate editors: Leroy Augensti)ie tnnd othersj Urban', University of Illinois Press, 1953. 273 p. lllus. (part col.) 23 cm. "SPonsored by tLe Control Systems lsborfltory of the Univeraity of Illinnis, under cantract llA-11-022-Ord-721 betwctn the U. S. Army, Navy, and Ai:- Force and tite University of Illinol=." p Includes bibliographies. 1. 13ioloriy-Addre-.~cs, es'aPt, lc^tures. 2. Cybernetic;. 3. P,iri- ma[heiuatlcs. r. Title. rr. Title: Information theory in biolcgy. Q1 T311.Q3 57 •t.0S2 53 ~ r i 0 Library of Con,rra -..j71 . . .-• - .~.. ,-. .~_. . ~ 7
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50253 0422 ~ 11 r 7~V/1J RP_ -7S' --• -5. P . =-- . : An Updatcd Per0 '-Oectlvo: F3y AUC;[n K. Pryor c;rzd fllenlna S. Erawm Quatornary ammonlurn compounds havo a long and mixed history of use as sanitizers and dis(nfectants• Among the ma~ ty) ~es of d4s!nfectar~ts avallal~lo, no clat of cornborinris`t~ac hrnn ~r~~hahf'~r Cumulated and the auaternnrv nrnmonturn Malor's work, Zophlran wr,s recommended as a presGrvativo for biological products. His work, tti'(th thct of ,tithcrs, brought rrbout rapid ucceptanco, °^d tho product was wic:oly and essfully used es a sanltir.er end clis- t: nt• It can properly b3 called the nii1+nrnanr nnt hnr :ll~n i: . nv
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50253 0443 , VI ~ Re QV.42`CL t.112-•- :'O~'J.--ICCvo 1~i11~1iJr~i.~T T Qi<
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i0253 0415 \5/II,LIAA1 A. IIONNI:It, PGRCY R. KAVASNIANf:('Y,and FORRLST S. h1AR•I'1N ~C%nnl~>Ny Drpr.; S'runfi~rr/iUairrrrill/S7nnJi~rd,' (i~/i/., Y•lJU.~, U.S'.rl. I~ / -. . ~j 7 6 ~ ASYAIA Iri•1'RIC AI)SORP/rrO/nl r3I ~t~ •r~r: :1 11 ,frl~)(?L FOR •fll~: rRt.l3I O~~I C Ortlc;I N OF olr7•I c~.~r. ~~C••I V.I~••Y'~ anJ JOSE J.FLc)RL'S ~ Plrnu•1ur~~Uill~tiJ' Dosioa. i(inl•s Rcwru•rh Cr•nrrr. iV;IS4.;,1LqJ/rrr Firhl,. 94033; C'aIIJ::'U:S.A.-. `` e (Rcccivcd 3 January; in rcvixd 1'otm 12 1'rhruary, 1975) j Abalracl. One mcch:lnkni previuu.,ly pruhu,cll liw 111e abiulic arculuuLuiun of molecules of one chiralily in nalnrc i,;;liymmctric :Id~.orption on Ihc chiral surlaccs of (,ptirally active yuartz cryslals. Farlier lileraltuc in this lield is revie%~rd, wilh Ihe conclu.ion tllat previouv investig.ltions of this phrnomcnon, u.inb upticnl rol:tliun crittria, h:nc allrndrd ambiguuui rc~.ult.. Wc now have studicd Ihc a(surptiun of r:li/ioacli%c I)- and le alaninc un I~t,ti%~lcrcd l• and /•iluurtr, u,int; ch:ingc in radiu- acliyity Ic%}I a~:krril~+ ion~j~f hujf) gru.) :In `ill'c~.~IliaFyJ:U~UUn, t/-t~UallZ I)fl'Il'rtllhJlly Jd50rlxd , I
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50253 0429 SMOF:ING HABITS--RELINQUISIIIrG/ __-WWA.- 77 X Co RTR CLASS NO. PAMPKLET 77 X Co ' Cousin, M. . . ' : . . (Comite National contre le Tabagisme, Paris,jFr.) "WHAT CAN ONE DO IF ONE 1JANTS TO QUIT SMOKING"? *(Que Peut-on faire quand on veut erdre 1't~'abitude de fumer?}* P . i ~ , - ;Q,r;• . ,~ ~: ~
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50253 0424 NICOTINF.--nERIVATIVES/ '78 XII Ja . J. ;Med. Chern. 13(2)333-4(197n) ~ Qur~tgr~rtix4>li_oix l'~ocluc,ts of CH.\RLF'.S N..I.\RHOF: A\D CH.tRLOTI•F: M. SCFIa11D'r llledkinal Che•mislry Srclion, Dfpurlment of Pharmacolcqy, School of Medicine, L'nirr•rsity of Lotlisville, l,ouisville, Itienlucl;Y 1,0:03 Reeeit•ed Novnnher 5, 1;)GJ The following selectively (Iu;tternizecl S-(-)-nieotine derivatives have been ,pnthesized for neuromtt.cular junction activity stutltes. I:xperimental Section h.Iicrunnalysei a'ern performed by \Iidwe.t \fictvl:th ILit•., : Indiauapnli+, Ind. 11'here nnalyses are itidirated only by elc•- ntental syntbol:+, nnnlt•tivnl re.ultr Gor Iho>e t•It•nienls were tt'ithin ~ ~L0:1~~ td thenrctiral ~•:IIUtr. , (} L~ 1~ (~i ~`j liis-p-tneth~~rcnrs)-ti jti )-htto/inium 1)iiodide.-A mixturu )_iiirutine tu:d 3.!/ fi of a-broattl.-p- iert snluliou. .lflt•r '~1 hr nn nnlher tt•(•d uu noilt:uninnti:ui tt•ith unrt•arll•d N.(--}iiirutine. It ttn,di•.v1lt•vd in \Ic•()II Mn:l trt•:tti•J ttith 15 ntl tof \It•I. Afler 72 Ihr t•t.y.A:dliut• diiodiilr tirl•ripitalcvl. '1'hr _ ~IrNlnt t tv:~~ tr ~l:~llir.r~l fr i~L~.11IJ1L1.t1. ~•• • t 1 ~ n • ~ ~:r `- ,
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50253 0433 f TP----------___.___.._._._---------._.~_..- -.._._......~...__.~ 370 Qu a.,Sto ~~. / Q' i,.; :_„~:r ': :~~~:r•.~ c~.t.:~.: With C1Y F.G!!.t?i'S? vV ='. o i' .~'.':t:' .'.`.' „nriY: • i.r ' J*3' •a_t. , , ~ • . r i • K4`•cl:=[.' a1~U it;:::_Y, fd~~il(.._.~. ~/La~.~t.~ 328 p. 19 {; r
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50253 0427 , ~iw3 t t r:.. . Z U. S. Library of Congress. Subjcct Cataloging U Subject he;tdings u.ed it) the dictionary cattilo?s ni r: Libr,n•.- of Con,,ress. 5th ed. Edited by Nella. Jatte WRCh111;?-ton, 1948. v1ii, 12t?1 p. 31 cm. Supplemer,t. July 1947/Uec.19-18- l~'ashin~ton. v. ?-t cm. 11:Jited by Ni;lry,7rerite V. Qu:rttlebauml Cumulated from rronthly issucs, 7.CD,"r.II-174(i 1. Sulriect hcad:na. r. Martin, Nella Jane, cd. ir. Qi.attleb;,.. .i, Marguerite itet,cccu (Vogedirr1 ) 1WJ- 7.GJG.ti9745 ~ , 025.33 43-Y5GS2 rc-~' Ltbrary of Conoress ~ tr51Y=15t ---v-•--,.---,. - . . t r , ~ . . i `i l j t~ t 3 i R r; l ,
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50253 0445 I _ ... , : .. . . ti . lT ~~ C.T'^Gi. . .. i ~ . , _ . . t . _. ,•r.'. _.. ~'~ .._ ._ ,... ~.'_ ._:..- .. ,.i'. .. ... 'J .... . _. _. , ......'--"---...~ . -.. r-.. r-e ;T ....~r. +, t 0
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50253 0439 ~~sltt~;s~'~ H '1'hc+ design ttnd annlysis of esperiment. Londoll, C. GriE- fi n I 1'.153J 350 p. Illus. `: 3 cm. Includes bibliography. l. ISxparimental desirn. I. Title. QA276.Q39 311.2 534,577 j Librerv of Congress ~ f1 (21 ~ ~ ~; :l ~' tl t=
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50253 0444 r ~ vz j Dil ~ ; r°.~':'-C' i _ .._ .s..... . .:a.l a. ^`v:i.. . . ,....'i ...... . .v~'! .+. , ~~r:a~. . .~.. _. ..,:a 1;~ ....-~• .._:e•.. .......... . . ~ 1 i 1 i i ~.J ; ) f't : , E . ~., ii : , .)
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50253 0408 . . TOBACCO--FLUE-C.URl;D---ECONO' tICS /TnBACCO--I:XPORTS /TO r,ACCO--PRICI;S / TOBACCO--F.CO:IO?tICS---STATISTICAL DATA/T08ACC0--CDNSU'iPTIO`d/ TOBACCO--JAPAN/TOBACCO--GERMANY/TOBACCO--GREAT BRITAIN/ 79 XI.Bui . ,". RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 XI Bul ; Buccola, S. T.; Richardsori,~J: C. ' ' "' - . (Virginia Polytech. Inst.;Stat. Univ., Blacksburg, Va., U. S.) acf(~ RTERLY:,MODEt::OPi{'IMPORT `DEMAND FOR NORTH AMERICAN FLUE~-Cr~1REI}t iOB~CCO. ~ Va. Polytech. Inst.; State Univ., Blacksburg, Va., Res. Div.' Bull. No. 147 56 p. (Apr.' 1979) (in English) The objective of this study was to improve upon and update the above analyses by estimating Japanese, West German, and United Kingdom import demand equations for flue-cured tobacco produced in North America. These import demand equations relate quantities of North American leaf demanded ~by each importing country to prices of North American leaf, prices of non- 'vorth American producers' leaf, and other variables affecting demand..~The relationships may be used both to estimate future imports of flue- cured tobacco by the selected importing countries and to develop price land export policies designed to improve North American flue-cured tobacco ~ trade revenues~'dapan, West Gffm9y,j~!n!V the United Kingdom were selected
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50253 0435 ~ TS J i 24"' 4, 0 _1; E,;,cr.iallj Ci~areitr. ,'.akinU and f'rc4aaing iCachinery ta ':cr- Technicel t:eview.)) - in Frer.ch with English summary by L. .}. . Cstwe1C. t'.al';C ' t Sl t t' j'f C ~ i t. 1' tE,!. r'~,`!~y-vs;£Lit,q f`'3f~ u Ti!&!`•£~f ~ !rr~r7~c~ra~t'il v$l~.a. :,;AQ • .A1.~r`3i `~f~~t~i?lT G ro~,~.=r c c, h. '.occrn tlarntnea Used in the Tcy cco Ir atry~ `. o , , 4 ^~ 0 a.'! i! C, i1 (t , 6 () / 4
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50253 0454 - TORACCO--S*iOKINC--PASSIVE/ XI Col-76 , S.P. Hobbs, W. D. RJR CLASS NO. PA.`1PHLET (R. J. Reynolds.Tobacco Company, A'QUES'TIOtJ 0F ;COURTESY:' Winston-Salem, N. Richmond Times-Dispatch, 1976, p, C-7 (Sept. I . j xI eo -7G C., U. S.) 12, 1976) (In English) r 1,: tI q_,
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50253 0451 FM e L13 * ;M15, Iluciie:; 7i 1894- A quest into the en -vironmental caases of cancer uf the Inn;;n lWashinrton, U. S. Dept. of Ilealth, Lducr.tion, and 1velfa;•e, Public Ilealth Service,19551 5•i p. illus., maps, diagrs. 26 em. (U. S. Public h•calth Service. 1'uUlication uo. 45:. i'uL1ic hcaith mononraph no. 33) L'ihlio;:raphy : p. 4G-54. 1. Lungs-Cancer. r. Title. (CCi9cs: LT. S. 1'ublic IIenl;l~ Cerviee. Publ:cation no. 4 2. Series: U. S. Public lleslth Srvice. Public h+ralth monograph no. 36) ~ ~ IZC?SO.L8II8 616.24 55- GOOGI t ~...~ ~ Libi:nry of Congress t.__~_,_ .,......_ . . .. _. _ .. . . ... ~_. . _. . . ... ~ _ -._. _, . .. ', ., .
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50253 Oy48 . ~ .__ ...._ ~ IA (ytb.(',oT r• :oA (ocoo. 3- Cltioc.. k'nae~_y~ ~ 77 III Lo 197,1 /P 92 - lo,+• Cia'34-",) - THE CONTRIBUTION OF I'`SULPHUR CO.tiiPOUNDS TOLCHOCOLATE AROMA A. Lopez and.V.C'-." Quesneh 4 Cocoa Rcaearch Unit, University of the West Indies, 6 St. Augustine, Trinidad ~'In a previous study (1), we made an assessment of the contribution I q 1.j ;-- to chocolate odour of some of the chemicals that have been identi- fied fied in the aroma complex of chocolate and cacao. Chocolate odour could not be attributed to any si.ngle compound or class of com- . - -{ ( (,J {a pounds and attempts to obtain chocolate odours by the Strecker re- ;.; ,. action pathway in the mgdel sys,te~ reported by other workers ., ~ `1 ~i 4 Q2, ) ~'~r un5hccessful: 1loctiever. there is ample cvidenca that the : ~ ring the processing of cacao and ~+ ~ uJA 1,;1Nvrtant source of f•lavour volatiles (4,S,G,7) , The ~ t~( T 1nlL~lv'm ~ :11QC°hyClc^-5 th; t Ca:: 3r1;C frQm t•ltl' :~:.It`c::Lr ~ _, _
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50253 0460 ~tcf +Q ~ 123 iPa I C. ; s l I Q:1(': t30ali1g LLI -~~ ' L r.~u.~i'•t. `f /~~ (SttEdic_^ dr n j I1'Sl : 49 Yr.;E:: 11-Z3 t riacci:cu t?af.w-:Vsty Pr-BJn ., i 1 dI (1
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50253 0466 0 r HF 5415 La 1980 , 1 do QUESTIONNAIRES/SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH/ SURVEYS/ PUBLIC OPINION POLLS/CONSUMER PREFERENCE/ Advanced Questionnaire Design Patricia J. Labaw `5 Aht P4;^ks; Cambridge, Massachusetts
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4 Monthly Weather Rav. 101(5)1126-43(1973) 1111 Du2--79 S.P. Qaa s~~s~t~i~a~n~Iikong-Tc~r~fcchm, tio -m, ="ltr Tot;rtfi3•romv+ J. K.K.NGt:1.L and J./RSNqYCR-Air Resourcas L-Oorafories, NOAA : ilrcr Sprirr,l, Md. ABSTRACT-Qua~i-birnnial arld lonr,-trnn fluclnmlions in total oznnc arc cslimau•d fnnn stsli--n, v.ith n.u:c than 4 yr of tccord in north polar, LfnpICYI, -cUl tc~;r:atc, and south pular lntitudcs erid more than 8vr of rccnrd in north trrnl-wratc Istitudes. The quav-hicnr.ial lut:.l-or.r.:e fluc- tuatinns tend u, be out of pM,<c in trr•pird and extra- Lropical Satitudn, With tLe cxtratro;.ir_nl ^-Ictustions betV-- orpaniztd in the Southcrn than \orthcrn 1icrn- ispherc. ]n the Tropics, the qua~i-f,icnniul t,,t+:-oanne and sonal wind o5cillatinns are signitic:,nUv in pl.ir, but, in cxtia:ropical Istitudes, the t..tal-e:znoc furtuations area?tcrr.atGp in phsear.doutot ph_.t a'itn the tr•:pical tonai wind oscillation, thc out-of-pha_,c tclation Lcing the dorninant one. Thcre is the e.uF-,e'tioa t•l.at thc till. Agung voicanic eruption in 1:103 wuscd a b:r..ldo::n of the quav-bicnnial, totalorone osciilation in the 4.1,outhern 1. IUTROR3CTi0N 0 ~j (~ i ! 50253 0417 licmispbrue subtropics, n•ill: annmr:loutilp higL oxonc s.aluc:s a few tunt.ths after thc cruptir.tt. We dcrive, for thc past 1:.-20 rr, art ir:crca.~e in total ozone of 3.9 percent per dreadc in the Nnrthenl llcmi.+- phere, a dc-cres~c of 1.2 pcrcent irr dcradc ir; thc Snuthent Ilcmi-phcJC, and a world-wide incres~r of 1.5 ;,crecnt per dctade. .in ir.crraw in LoLsl ozr.nc in north lCr : xral.r IaU- tudcs vems q,;ite ccrtain, tbe four rccoc.al arcas rJl s~ow-inc inrrrsus var%•ing from l.9 percent ;rr dcc^.dc in 1onL .lrncrics to 10.7 Irrcent per dc;ade ir, the 6ovict Union. TLc•rc is considcrablc evidence that t,talozoue masima occur 1-3 yr aftcr runsix;t rnsiitna, xith the n•lcCGnn rnrst pronounced in the Sout`crn IlcmiSphcre, but we find little evidence of a reduction in totxl ozone due to uuclcnr tcsting (pruducUon of nitric oxide). , A :'11tc tqo:2d. llftcr 1959, thcsc data were obinined from the the decedc 1960-70 (1'.omhyr ct al. 1971). Acctrdin; to a ithly puhlic:,tion, O:one Uata for 04 ll-orld (Cxntwtisn urltncnt of Trancporl, 19G0-1970), issucd by the ..",.:orolqiLl Sertice of Canada in cooperation witb the ,
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0 NATIONAL OPINION RESEARCH CENTER SERIES IN SOCIAL RESEARCH/ 5549 Br 111 ~mprovin g 1979 ' 2 C. ,/~n.terview Method ~ PDDL I ,& 50253 0461 ARCHER a.ilt-i-i/t.l uwcstivl. tl'ialre Norman M.. Bradburr 1 C, Design Seymour Sudma_n , E1 Jossey- ass 'u Ti shers !: i,: Gf San Francisco • H'a.hinginn • London • 1979 with the assistanc f ~13 ~ e o Edward Blair ,! ~ y William Locander Carrie Miles j r ~ 0 4 (l (l (1 t, . ~ ~ ~ t} ~ Eleanor Singer and Carol Stocking rl I
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50253 0458 P• a& 73 XI Fo -78 TOBACCO--- .IOKING--PASSIVL/ Paul rIsenring, editor, S.P. 1 Philip ~ptorris Europel RJR CLASS N0. PA:•1PHLET 73 ?.I Fol-78 s. p. , ::.. , . . -'' 'Smoking Health News : Y THE QUESTI.ON OF PUBLIC S?idk7NG:" - Smokinp, Health News, Executive Report, Special Issue, 1977 (No. 5) 1 (Nov. 1977) (i.n English) 0 . 4 j77iis special issue; onrscs on a subject that has become increasinglyjamiliar ~ to many -'public smoEang" and the campaign to limit or prohibit smoking ~ m public places. 77re crucial question is whether the exposure of nonsmokers to tobacco smolce in normal, cveiyday situations actually creates a health hazard. 77ie ~ arut.er, arrrved at ajter a careful examination ojthe scientific literature, is ~ unequivocally `11lo."Indeed, many scientists who believe smoking is harmful ~ to srnoker have publicly stated there is no evidence that public smofiing is ~. ~ harmJul to nonsmokers-1 I ,
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REPORT SJRITING/t.dRITING/ STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/9BESTIONNAIRES/Ir:TF.P.VIESJS/ DTTA--PROCESSING/ QA 276 Or 1978 PDDL & lo6acc o S~nsibe 1 rveys ~ Donald C. Orlich Professor of Education and Science Instruction Washington State University Pullman, Washington ~ !,!~ 3 Redgrave Publishing Company ~ . . .•_i Pteasantville, New York I /
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50253 0464 _ Aip . I . VI Re9-77 RJR CLASS 1,10. PAMPHLET VI' Re9-77 s.p. S.P. Verband Deutschen Cigarettenindustrie QIJES'~IQ~It~~~ItES+US~D BY WEST GER2ylANY. CIGARETTE INDUSTRY TO.ASCzRj~t T/1,I..AAlO;~,,° ITFS M~MI,~g~.5„~.~I;FEItRED CONDITIONS FOR: FIND~.ItG. A, rlETHOD OF DETERMINING NITROGL'N-OXIDE Yf!"C1~GAk-T'I'L "VOKE :~ ' *(Ausschuss Tabakforschung. Fragebogen zur NO-Bestimmungsmethode.)* , A complete English translation available.) _ *Keywords:* nitric oxide, smoke, constituent. Verband Deutschen Cigarette industrie, 3 p. (1977) (in German - i ~---- ----- -- . • i .
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50253 0465 , .. MARKETING RESEARCH/QUESTIONNATI:ES/SURVEYS/ HF 5415 Am 1978 E f: r•.. "C~i i ~:=' :'f by i I ~ . , C r .~~ : ~~ ~ ~ a I1 r~ jl, , ' 1/I V'., if:ii i"'[i~~l ,..1 ir; .1-S , ~ 1 t},4v PDDL . I ~ AMERICAN M/.2Y.EIING A$OCIAIION L ~ ~ ~_ y,+?C , -, 222 South Riversida Piaza-Chic~~go. II!inois GOGOG-(312) G48 0~3G- v , ,. ~ p pY lY iJl J w , j
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. 50253 0468 0 I T0O (,i:CO--SMO :INC--PSYCiO! (i(;Y/ , Am QUESTIONNAIRE~/TOGACCO--SP90KIPIG--SJRvEI'/ HEART--DISEI~SES--STATISTICAL Ai~ALYSIS OF OCCJRRE~iCE/ WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION MO.NOGRAPH SERIES NO. 56/ , RC CARDIOVASCULAR 6R~ I,SURVLY METHODS 1968 -- G. A. ROSE, D.M. M.R.C.P. prrw.l.nr.l of A/n!ir.l Sr~IUIe, un,! f,••~Jrw lenr . S.Aoe! ~•/ l4vrnr awa Tn:p-aa/ 1GJn In:, fsla.J 11. RIACKRURN, M.D. liAo.nrn.~oJrAnlnA.A7rnrN,rf.el." rln,t,A, UNIfNirj, OI AIiwM,OU, AIINKO(w!,1, Nin.., C•SA WORLD l1EALTH ORGANIZATION GF.NEVA 196{ { .:.~~.:it[a7--r . ~ `
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ai DIMETHYLSULFORIDE(DMSO)/FORMAMIDE-DIMETHYL-(DMF)/ PROPYLENE GLYCOL/SOLVENTS--HEAJ.TH HAZARDS/ ,f------ ' JToxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. . : (3) June 1378 j' ~ _ TOXICOLOGY AND APPU[D Pr1ARMAeOUKiY, 44, 65)-656 (19 7tl) 79 IZ Pe SHORT COMMUNICATIONS Use of Various Solvents to Study the Effect ofpOiazepam on Cardiac Rhythm' . Use of Various Solvents to Study the F.fTea of Diazepam on Cardiac Rh)Ihm. PcAt<t.. D. S_ ~.Qu[sr,,J. A•. A`1D GILLIs. R. A. (1978). To.ucol. appf. Phrrrmacol. 44. 65}-656. The etTeet of polyethylene tl)•eoe 400 (Pr:f.-.tpp), dimnh%lsullo%idc (D>1SO). and dimethvtformamid¢ (D\1F) on cardiac rhythm of cats intoxicated wan deslano;ide was rtudicd. The former two sohrnts acned no dclcterious cardiac rhythm elfects. However. the latter solvent induced hypotension and drath. Antiarrh) thmic acti.itY ot d:.llCipm M'aT tested by dissolving the agcnt in PEG•4tp and DMSO. No sipificant etTects oa cardiac rhythn Mcre observed. Howe%er, diazcpam dissots'cd in DMSO reaulted in hy fatension and death. These results indicate that P(:G•400 is kss detrintental tlian D%1SO and DSIF. ! A previous study in our laboratory ir•.dicatcd that the commercial propy!ene gl}•col' solytnt used to dissolve diA7cpartl cacrted delcterious rhythm cflects in'C-It3'mtE:,:aied with'dcsta6osibt (Pearl eF yal., tll)78).-Ilt h3s also been demonstrated by Louis et al. :ministrat:on of the propyienc giycol soker., to •rhythtnias and alt:rations in. blood pressure. Tltc pt:rpose of thc prescnt study was to tind a solvent that «'ould not aggravate the cardiac th)thm disturbance of animals trc tcd with dcslanoside and to use tnis solvent ntinLrhi:ihimr a: iiriry The cOit'CntS sdected / ,
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50253 0470 ..{ VJ. L _1. Mot ~ UnA SLo'ce,rx, fi„ ,J 4 ~~. L•:2: ~lo.~ ~ ~ r ^ y t •.
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50253 0479 ~ ALM CQOY.BCOKS/ TP 715 Ma " 1972 2 C. PDDL 1 C. SOUFFLE AND' QUIC;iE V~. " A 2 in 1 Cookbook,by Paul Mayer. A Nitty Gritty Book* Published by Nitty Gritty : rodc:ctioja P.O. Box 5457 Concord, California 94524 -^ -d 0 0 0 c1 ;~ . 10 1 1 9 i I
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I d50253 0U37 e }-- D- 1.3 M1:'M01i1Ea OI:IC:Ar.; tja' _ Pl~n!; t rur~ii. wale.f cr pl.} loll;rruplt : •• 197?, TOlJ!! 1~J, r.° J. p. 7-10 . . - '. Qr!'.roL`T (a:~L; i~._._.--.. E7`"riY; I-LEL'2S' }}t?- }.AVA:'4'1;i:.F;l•. par 1.. Pereo4 (•) (Etablissm,:nts laulier S. A., A' •Grsra; ' t 1/53S33e COr11fo5ihJn of the C>'..ii1ti41 o:1s f:olz Las•aridula and la,eard6n leavcs and P.oa ets. 1'cvrm;, L. (}•:staUL Lauticr. S. A.; (;1u»c, !972, !;I!, i-1(r (Fr). --Il:t- CSSellll:4) Utl 1~t.711 LItC AL.. ::::':cs of 1ar,wnrer llnd D3ns . lat:+:vlin. Supcr a•,,! Abrail cuat::in n-;ancu^, ,3-1linene, he.x}•I Cioncs d ar;C'1ti, Clacul, Ir,;r,;-'-Ul'111lCtIC, l~ltiiiu^:. c:1lnhhor, 11nR1hA, 4- dc ia pl'' tc rl% nrn-l-o , hc>. E butanrr.ttc, li::;l:y'i acctate, 1a.•aruluiyl ace- ~- COntposi ,3-(ar:rcscuc, and d- anct 7-csclincn~. Gcn- 1 eraUy, tl:c r5,cn;iai ali cuntent of tllc Icavcs is sn:allcr t:a^_ that (cui.lcs ~! tirc !lo'..ers. Kurt }1. ?,ir+t-ruf - - ..•r: .- ... __. -A.` .til--_ .0 .. . ., fl o 0 7 f~ a
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~ 50253 0475 .i rmperw coame University ojLon~ AND PROBABILITIES/STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ ~ • ON APPLIED PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS Gt»tralFditor: M.S.Bart;." . QA ,wQUBUES., 2761 ~ Co' ! D. R. COX WALTER L. SMITH Un/rsrsity ojNortlY Corolliw CHAPMAN AND HALL
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50253 0471 A6 ._.,._...._~,..~._- ,., -,:.ra........_..;.....~.~.~. ,_~~~ r.-. -- ...~ / o~6-.C4 72 U. S. nePartment of Ccm*:ercc I Un8 •:=QUf..~'sTTM'S"7[`,7I 1972 U. S. Dept. Commerce ~1 4 G 0 01 f; 6 7
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. 50253 0462 I MeA2-81 S.P. A unit of the North CaroLna Department of Commerce ~,~crs~u-c Search No. 7198 4 QUE0IQNNAIRE DESIG# (RJR-81-31) E i /n,. C y; Prepared by Mary Jane Pugh September 22, 1981 0264 An Industrial Applications Center for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA -.----~,.,-,.:-.-
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50253 0473 .. r. Augwt 1979 CYiRNG1NQ TME 3Tht Xiplinger3fagaans Antibias laws have changed the' rules, and interviewers and applicants alike need to know what s legal these days.. Llnfor- tunately, that isn't alwdys clear. :~ E /~ j u M ~l / i; i i . ~ YNTEitVIEWS/ I'r'S THE LAW: When you apply for a job, you cari t be discriminated against because of your race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age and, in many cases, physical or mental handicaps. The objective is to give everyone an equal crack at jobs. That sounds straightfoiward enough. But fed- eral antihias laws and the inte:pretive guidelines issued by enforcement agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, don't tell employers speciScally what they can and can't ask job applicants. They merely :ote subjects-race, sex and the li.ke---that can be the basis for bias complaints and prohibit discri:nina- tory treatment on these grounds. Some of the fac• tors can be taken into account legitimately if they are clearly necessary and relevant to the job. For j ex~~ple, stipulating the sex of a candidate is p.er- I
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II Me - 72 S.P. S- 50253 0480 - 35, ~ . , . . . ::. . . . _ , . . . . _ N 'ATER POLLUTION CONTROL R ESEARCH SER IES ©•_ 1605oEMfOsm A QUiCm-SiOCHEMiCAL OXYGEN DUMD_.TEST-., . _-: .. ~ bY ..- ~- Regents of the University of Cal ifornia, Davis --. -" ;. Davis, California, 95616 for the : U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACENCY Grant #16050 EMF June 1971 Cl
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50253 0487 Aw _. . . .,.c._._. ~..._ - ~ -- - - - ..~...._.._...... -- -_,..~..y.<_.,.:....- --~-~- - --~.... ...~.. REF h F40DS4QA+:,:~ 142q Qu 1973 D3RE(,TOhY OF FROZEN FOOD PROCESSORS, 1973 3ncludfng Refrigerated Warehouses and Transportation Directory 5 C. Broker Locator Section, 25th.Annual Edition. A Cahners Publication. PDDL2, C.
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artiele cliniqu .~ ei 3 72 ZII Re=74 Gaz. Med. Fr. 81 (13) 1611-15, (1974) Definition, methods of formation and physical properties of aerosols with specia. reference to drug Aerosols. ~ , ~.E.u:;~,,1.°Ah:zC~::~,.au:.:,un,=.t~.'G~roS~ ~ ~roS~~ ? (in.French) -:P...rr.opr.ikes4-physz€jues;Y• methode:,-de,..ge'nerafiom 1.-C. Guichard' Dans ce qui suit nous nous proposons de rassembler et de decrire brievement quelques ;f proprietes physiques des aerosofs qui sont indispensables pour comprendre comment, a partir d'un liquide, d'une solution, d'une suspension ou d'une poudre, on peut creer ;~ un aerosoE ; par quels mecanismes ii peut pen6-trer au plus profond de I'arbre pulmonaire ~ et s'y deposer, si du moins certaines conditions sont satisfaites. Comme il ne peut etre + question d'entrer dans les details, nous nous contenterons de donner des resultats, en :: orientant (euroresentation compte tenu de leur application dans le domaine particulier =. , y ~ r 1
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50253 0456 . 78 XI Adl-79 S.P. Editorial • I w 7ltnru.r, 1973, 133, 409-410 A& by Julian Peto (University of Oxford, Cancer Rpiderniolof;y and Clinical Traits Unit, Itnperial Cancer Research Fund) The proposals of thc all-party Housc of Commons ExpcnJiturc Cummittce (1977) to rcducc cigarette Smoking include a b,tn un advcrtisinl; cxcclrt at the point of sale, tncre.lse(1 hCBIIIt c(lncation. and progressivc incrcascs in thr: real price of cigarettcs. The Government should cithcr impicmcnt these recommcndations ia:nne,!iatcly or statc what fur- thcr evidence is rcyuirecl to jutitify such a cam- paign. A recent study (:\tkin5on and 'I'uwnscnJ, 1971) suggests that tftc raluction in morbidity and mortality that %.ou1J fullow sucit intcn•cntion would affect health sernice costs only marginally, and the o%cr.tll flud_c!::r: position r..nild probably he imnroved. lar_ec}.• 1•;causc toi;acco tax would rise faster than cons;:ciptiun %%oukl fall. flow- ever, the implication t'tat these agrecable con- elutions should inllutzri,;e public policy requires closer cx; "^'~^r~ t rtc Govcrnhictlf, now; rccQ)g- niscs that could hc r_. couragcd. If marginal ccunumic considerations arc relevant it therefore sccnis that vvc shoulrl at least preserve the staUis eluu. and perhaps en- courage smcrking. "1 his outragcous conclusion is nut illogical. It is the implicit nmral assumption that is ohjcctiunahle. Scientific attitutrc.s now domincrtc areas of social decision making that would a hundred )cars ago hasc hcen ssidcly rcgarJcLl as INinS cxclutii%cly within the domain of murality or religion. It sucnts obviously better to discuss the economic cunse- (Iuenccs of sacialiit or cawitalitit ruli.:ies, the measurable elfccts of cumprchemive and sclcctiac crlur.ition, or the rccidivitim rate amun4 paroled prisoners than to aklort cxlrcmc s,ic«s on moral grounds. npp:,rcntly objective social or political aryumcnt must hc rcgarclcd %\tth sonic cautiun, huwkycr.l'l'he4 ctilx) isc to research often rcllrcts ant~rus~al or disapproval of the cunclur,iun rathrr >f the unJcrl%ing argumcnt. 'ihe , If.
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50253 0449 i"k- 39 II Pe ! TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY, 44, 643-652 (1978) aD Effect ofrDiazepam on Digitalis-Induced Ventricular ~ -Arrhythmias in the Cat' DANIEL S. PEARL,= AND RICHARD A. CttLLls; Department ojPharmacologv. Georgetoitiln Unit•ersin•. Schools ojA•fedicine - and Dentistry, Washington. D.C. 20007 Re:eiued lruu 17,1977t accepted Nocember 3,1977 Effect of Diazepam on Digitalisdnduced Ventricular Arrhythmias in the.Cat PEARt, D. S.. QUEST.J. A, AND GILLa, R. A. (1978).Toxfcol.Appl. PAarrr.acol. 44, 643-652. The capacity of diazepam to counteract cardiac arrhythmias was stud.ed in barbiturate•ancsthetized cats treated with digitalis (i.e.. deslanoside, 25 tcg/kg given every IS min iv). Diazepam dissolved in commercial propylene glycol solvent was adnunistered in repeated doses of 10 mg iv at approximately 45-sec intervals to five animals exitibiting deslanoside•induced ventr.cular atrhytlunias. Conversion of the arrhythmia to sinus rhythm was observed in two animals, whtle development of more serious rhythm changes was observed in the other three animals. One explanation for the dcleterious elTect seen with diazepam in the three ammals is that the soh ent itself may produce significant cardiocirculatory changes. To test this possibility, seven animals were intoxicated with dcslanoside and th,: diazepam solvent was admir.istered in doses of 1.0 ml eyery 45 sec until a total dose of 5.0 ml was given. In each animal, the administration of the solvent was associated with the development of more serious rhythm changes. Ventricular fibrillation (VF) developed 10.8 ± 1.6 min atter the onset of deslanoside•induced ventricular tachycardia (VT). The eorresponding time interval between dcslanoside-induced VT and VF was P6.1 *,`S.0 min when nd~solvf~t was~adr(iipistered. These results indicate that propylene gl}~col ~r+lv~~ t• - - rhythm and should not be employed as a vehicle for t ,
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,=5't"~' -t'ItYS~r~LOGY/ ~ '•:riutziL'ion 7 3 V 11w ~ !-1. 13. lt~ ;~<Is ~ N.E.£., t3.Pharm., f. '.5., F.LF.S•T. Flavou;s Technical Sc•rvice [viar:ayer, I Bush t>oake A?len yof / insertsit;ve to the t~.tc stirnuius. .~ 50253 0459 F~ Food Scicnce No:23 6-ft (1-571) Tho taste buds It was established way back in the middle of The lest century that the sensory organs ies;,onsiNe for our appreciation of taste, as distinct from thot of flavour, are located on the to:Iyue. Since then considerable research has been czrried out into the structure and mechanisms inti'oSved. It t:as lonq been recognised that the primc or0ans of taste are the tastL buds. This name was originally apt:lied to special cells which had been observecf in the mouths c,! fishes. Early• tesearch soon established that certain raised p;.artions, distributed over the surface of the tor.0ue, the papillac as they became called, are the site of the receptor organs and that those areas of the tongue which do not bear the papillae are T'stc buds, tastc onions, tastc beakers arc all natnes which have been applied at ortc time or another to thc collection of specialiscd srnsory cells found on the tongue. It is not difficult to s.c why they are so called 'as they occur in groups shaped not unlike a brandy glass in which spindic-shapcd cells arc bunched together irr a*circular capsule haVing a narrow oPcning or taste pore. (Pig. 2.) This pore connects tlrc inner surface of tirc taste bud to the outer surface , of the tongue. I:ach of these taste buds, and it is #~stimutcd that tlicrc arc about 9,000 of them on the Iwrnan tonrue; eocttsirr . between fifteen and eighteen sensory cclls; toaethcr with other cclls which may be either merely suppor- ting in function or may be, indeed, immaturc taste cells. At one timc it was thought that sensory cells had a minute filament at their free ends, hut reccnt rescarcl3 u~,in` .an._ clcctr on„r.~ic~ osson_c__lias shc,wn _..~ ~.. , . ,. a 1 U
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/ s X Sc TOtIACCO--S~tb~at'c'---7iFAI Tti h 3 . •• . FF4GTJ1015AGC0--SMOLING--AI77POLLUTION/ RJR CLASS NO. PA2dPHLET 73 X Sc3 ' Schievelbein, H. ~ .(Unive:sity Munich, Inst. Clin. Chem. Clin_Biochem., Dep. Prev. Med. Munich, Ge.•.) 4N*-ML^'MUESl76"i`°2f"HE" £FF£Cf<,OF-r T0BACCO,,-SM0KE°-ON rTHE' MORBIDITY- OFi *(Zur Frage des Einflusses von Tabakrauch auf die Morbiditat von 2:ichtrauchern.)* Internist 14 (No. 5) 236-43 (1973) (in German - complete English translaticn available) I 50253 0455
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i 50253 0476 , r~J1xY!b;U`IILLEP, M. CHAIGNEAU et M'" M. SCHRENZEL. Dans un mcmoire pl,blic par deux (l'entre notls avec I,t collal,oration de Vu Ncoc IIvYI:v [7], ]a tolL•rance locale (peau, muqueuses, plaics, bnilures) chez 1'animal, aux Lydrocarbures clilorofluores (t,. F. C.) a ete etudi.'e. Ces produits Q plus connus sous leurs noms dchoses (') sont maintenant tres utilises comme pul- seurs do produits mrnaoers, co:uu:tique stiques ou pl~armaceutiqLes tlans tles apparcils appelfs do faC.on doubletnent imPropre « bombc acrosol u. Lcun ccu do rcactivitE , chimique ct lcur inin(lammahilitc Prantissent Icur rccuritc d'vnil~loi, mais lcur toldrancc par la hcau, ics rnutlncuses, lcs hlaics ct ]cs briilurec n'arait pas fait 1'objct d'unc itudc cxpcrimcntale, i+ 1'cxrehtion de rluclqucs-uns (l'entrc cux. 6prouvEs sur la hcau du jeune Itat par I'un de nous et scs'collaboratrices S. G..n- cer et J. Qttu:1•-1'oz-rlen [6], les rechercLes ont 06 effectucrs sur les pulseurs suivants : III t7u 80 S P. 2 Ltttcle ex(~cri~~~entale clrez la Souris dc fa tolcraucc du pofllttotl auX LydrocarLures clilorolluores TOLERANCE OF THE MOUSE LUNG TO AnnRirs pkarmateufiques CHLOROFLUORO HYDROCARBONS. pw 21, 1053. no 11, 11 , n o fi <?~ l 1 fi d .- I .;
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50253 0486 . OF 00, .. . i•:(; :"at):<r ~~ ~ : ICC_~~lif{Nlrv +d lti~Y'•"~'G:`.'3w rn;t '1'Y ~ .7 t;'n nirc~`...~.~)~~d~'~1~'~J~~^t~t'.. 1;a.8 l9/u, •!~ : t:•:
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! 50253 0463 ~Environ. Psychology & Non-Verbal Behavior 1 -89-}fl3 , 80 II Ey-81 S.P. .,,r (1977) ~,Que~ ~i~'leasurg of tndividu~~ -- Differerr:S_ urtCis ~creening and: ~__. Assoc~~ted Dffferences in Arousabifity~- Albert Mehrabian* ABSTRACT: This paper presents the rationale for a questionnaire measure of individual differences in stimulus screening-namely, individual differences in au- tomatic (i.e., not conceptual or intentional) screening of irrelevant stimuli and rapid habituation to distracting, irrelevant stimuli. The information rate-arousal a y hypothesis implies that screeners who impose a hierarchy of importance or pat- a * a... ,... .~e ., ....~ ..t ~ ..ie.. .:...,.:.... .tie.e~... a,+l...e t.~ :s.,._ (. lG/l/ VII YIY •411VY~ FVI11`JVIIYII~~ VI Q GVI11`/1{Y/~ i1lYp~IV1/ ~IIGIGV~ IGYYGY I~i 1..1 VI- C}• mation rate and should be less arousable than nonscrecncrs. In confirmation of ~ these theoretical notions, the primary component of the qucstionnaire, low arous- e ability, was directly correlated with the second component, speed of habituation ' ~ to intense stimuli, and with all other components representing screening in vari- ous sense modalities. That is, all components of the questionnaire were intercor- anced anced to conuoi wi aVyY-..-..,._ _.._ :_ . of social desirability bias. Applica- tions tions of the measure in studies of environmental psychology are discussed. related and represented a unitary dimension of individual differences in informa- tion_ processing.;Also, as prgdictod, !~teeq"qrs were underrepresented among char- --- ,--' --^no f-males relative to males. The final 40- /tercorrelated components, is bal- 1
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50253 0494 VII Re6-81 S.P. TOBACCO--PESTICIDES--RESIDUES/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET Eichner, H.; Renner, R. (Chemische Landesuntersuchungsanstalt, Ger.) .~~._. , Q~IIC&~ RLSIDUE;,,CONTROL;:OF: PLANT AND ANIMAL FOOD;' TOBACCO AND; ` ~. r ... R . . . . . . TbgACCd- . PRODUCTS . BY.,SWEEP-C0 ANALXSIS..,, 2., Zeitschr. Lebensm.'•Unters. Forshc. 170, 1-4 (1980) (in German with English abstract) *Additives to numerous to list* The applications of herbicides in agriculture are vev) intensive. A great number of admitted compounds and their use require a c-;nsequent control of residues, especially in vegetables and fruits. Because the analysis are very costly in time and material only multi-residue-methods are practicable. The sweep-Co Method cna improve the present situation. ., . n 6 ~ ,; ~ L! N l; .• s~ r . ..
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50253 0488 . . ~ , _ A TP 370 R ~;PACKAGINr,--FCOD/FOOD, FROZEN/ o 1972 FOOD--PRQCESSI NG/VEC;ETABLES / FRUI'"--FREEZI?:G/ 2 C. PDDL The.:C-a itiiiiefce-a n{UTerlauoao$wo f~4wtw 1 C. PCa.~cssi~~~~'ncl~a~ii~~,u~~~st~'~uu~iot~.,x.~_ ~ MEAT--FREEZING/ bJ . ~ FISH--FREEI.I4G/ JOHN L. ROGERS Second 1'dition POULTRT--FREEZING/ Consullant ~ Rcvind artd Ewlargtd t FOOD--FLAVOR/ and t RAYINJOND BINSTED ~ F.I.F.S.T., AI.Ivsr.M., \I.I.sr.Pkg., 1972 LONDON FOOD TRADE PRESS LTD :f ! 4a ~ f fi 7 Ganick Street, WC2 E9AT ~ ; t s
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dw 50253 0469 . f ' DOES PRI:COUMNU IMAIL',QUESTIONNAIRLS ,, 76 '1 st Ac FECT RESPONSE RA"I'ES1`S BY ROBERT !;. STEVENS* The use of cowputers to tabulate and analyze data from survevs ciakes precoding questionnaires highly desirahle. However, the author of one of' the most titorough treatments of n;ail surveys warns against precodin~~ mail questionnaires. I-tc states that: In the author's experience it is not usuall}• advantageous to prccodc rnai!ed questionnaires. No mattcr how t%cll we explain to the respondert th;: p urposc of precoding and that he ne~!d r.ot pay any attcntion to it, the fact remains tl-,:.t thz appearance of the precoded que,:ioonaire is di'1-crcnt: There is more prir.;in, on it and less space. It has to look l:ea%ier and i;torc difficult than thc satnc qcest:ua- nairc without the prccodir.g.' I s This statement implies that precodine lo%k-ers response rate, in mail ~ ~.1 ~~ s~ve~ft ti'r~,~~-ev~r, t~Yre i~ a di::r:~of nublished research findiw.!s on the " -ts tlie results of an invesiieation of the estir;nnnire onc response r: tes. t
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50253 0472 XX PfeF-11-702-73 '~rr~'ti+' +~';~r e ~a! ~ ~:iE. .n. tot~~f'"~`~~-e! ~z•1_r*~~ By Seth R. Schneible (luc.tior.: 1\'Ir-1t is the diffcrcncc be. forms a very fine scal on the inside of hwrcn tite "Stup-A•Tot cap and your . the container wall. comhctitors` c:+{x' Our protocol tcstirir has also shown The "\tark II I Stop-A-Tot" c[osurc, that the "Mark I11" is lt::ncr.ttly easier supplicd by E)clet Sl-: ci.:rlh' Cornh:,ny, for adults to rcmn•:e. Ccc::me of its one- has a hacic doign similar to that of au Iliccc dcsi;on, an iirncr luckin,! of 1>irts automrrLilc ra.lia r casth~alt. a~~•ott bctorc the rcnuot.a~ mc cJr:rni t is :rc- } _.. . • . ..a1. . '~~-..~..._`M...t~~.. ~ dip as drain openers and similar liquids: Charcoal lifchlcr fiuid, nd scented I:.mp oil arc also bcing mari:ctca s6,11 this sizc closure. The 3Sntm sccros csp_cia!'y : hl1ro- pri:,tc for Calron contain:ts u.;d for anti-frcczc. N;ar!<rtcrs of rr:,trul::r and fla kc type products hnxc aI~o cxr,c-cd ....~. _~t,....)ti•~r,.,•..c,er_~rr. i,.,ti.t,.:l 9
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50253 0503 ~ V I Tl13 R11*O i d S b-~ T0baC i 0 ~ To Cmo:ce. 1. FrU cticne tiol. cf So ue 'Potk, cco 10,5$ Alkaloid3 oild of the Alkaloid L'xtrrxct of, Pt,c ] ~ { S (i I ? 0 rj. r~~^~ ~1+...~1.? V`.r, .''.S O' ^CiPI? C1' i.^i' F~,~`..•.,... ,1~.~....A.f-~ I~. . t -.. ~I n ...-r/ .i`in li6 p .~>c?C'. ~~':Cl!Cv• , 1
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50253 0474 ~ 9W ~I Col-7/~' RJR CLASS t:0, PAI•g'IILET XI Col-77 a.p. S~p. ! Reynolds, R. J. Industries, Winston-Salem, it. C., U.- S.;- , ~xt~~h'YPiOt.U;~,:f~I SLi.ASUB'~ Reynolds, R..J. Ind., News Release, Winston-Salem, N. C. (1976) (in English) ~ *Abstr. in: Richr.ond Times-Dispatch, 1976, p. D-6 (Nov..28, 1976)* The report, which Reynolds prepared under pressure from~ the SEC, gave a bare bones outlines of how executives and sub• ~ sidtartes of Reynolds had spent between S165,000 and 5190,000 from the corporate treasury for Illegal or questionable pur•~ poses during much of the past decade; for contributions to . 1 nolitical candidates. for payments to foreiRn officials and for ! , rebates in connection with the worldwide operations of Sea- ], Land Service, Inc., Reynolds' shlpping subsidiary. r ,
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50253 0504 1' r it30dt#'rX~',~ANb"x'!,'hc C'.1knloias of 'Cobacco Smoke. YY. Identification of Some of the Alkaloids in Burley Ci.garette Smoke. :.~.5 0 r ~ ,6 }{., (~ ~::~.. . t n.. JOa 0 4 Ci 0 0 6 -'_ 6 1. 44 4
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QUItIAZOLINES/A7.IRI1)INES/SELENIUM / : ITP.OCEN HETEROCYLF,S/CENZ4CWOLINES/ PURINES/THIAZIiIIES,(and their dihydro derivatives)/ PYP,IDA7.I*dF.S/ PYRRO)LI7,InINE/ QD 400 Ad 1979 Advances in 1-JETEROCYCLIC CHEMISTRY Volume 24 Edited by A. R. ICATRITZKY A. J. BOULTON I , School of Chemical Sciences University of East Anglia Norwich, England Academic Press • New York San Francisco . A~ubsidiary of ilarcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers 0 41 0 ~ 0 1 = .,; 6 ^ t 41 9 London
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. 50253 0493 A. REF LE SERVICE D' E}iPLOITATION IIdDiISTRIEi.Li: DES TABACS F.T DF.S ALLT1METTES /S . E. I. T. A.•/ Q lil0i;i:~ll'11IIS -1)Ik1:CTO1:Il;S/llIRL:C7'JiZ1:.5, I::1'i:1:iiATlO;dALjT01;ACC0--F1:A,tiCE/Ft•2l+.`7Ci;--TOL'ACCG ,.151 -:Wh. . Fpi,IZCI.--BAII:;S/FP.ANCE=-ISETALS/FNAhTCE-=GOVL•'Rt:rlEirT/Fl:AIQCr•.--rfAlr'UFACTURIhG/ " 19 713 rRANCE- -I'UBLISHF,RS/ V, , /1:~Q ~ WHO IN FRANCE ~~Ulm. " 41614)611mr:wr+l ffht (lie idiliwl) . C)ictionnaire biographique ,~} ~ 5` 7~~~ EMITI0IS Jacques LaFI1vFE soClGif` [S1 Nal( COLLlR11 JACQUC9 UIIt11: R Cl- ~ e rue. ss . su9 - w• .wn. tf s-7sau.e-0Cr . ~ "des Fronepls nolables vlvor.t 8 I'ciran3er • 12, rue de 1'Arerde - F 75003 PARIS el des Ekwnc,ers nofobles lis donl en Franee. Tcl. (1) 2G.i.98-8: (lignes aroula'es) et (1) 265.40-73 . pnroissant fous (es deux ons depuis 19S.r des principotcs personno(dcs de Franct. des departemenls el lerri!oires franSals d'oatre-ner. des Elats c!rlcalns d'etpressian fron(alse, de 10 REpubliquc ll.al3ache. ; 1 dc la Principaclc dc Mjnaco. t 0 r~ : 7 n o
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50253 0490 , - ~ T~ f VII^Re.-79S.P. .: ,..,,. .,,..~.,~ ..~ ..,... .~..... . _.~ ... ~ . . ~ . , . - : • Eichner M - . • . . . . : ,. ' ) .(Chemische Landesuntersuchungsanstalt, Ger.. ~ ;Tn1j r ~BACG~AOBAG~C(1,?ROn ~ ` - . , , *(Schnelle Pesticid- Ruckstandskontrolle bei pflanzlichen und tierischen ~ Lebensmittel.ri, sowie Tabak und Tabakerzeugnissen durch Sweep-Co-Analyse. 1. Mitteilunf E...:'. Zeitschr. Lebensm. Untersuch. Forsch. 167, 245-249 (1978) (in German with ~ English summary) . Tobacco mentioned only in title. i j i i s o i id ' mp rt ucs n c es res Control of Pc,t k : , and on market-placcs are only practicable, if a true ~ st;itemcnt is possiblc very quickly. "I'hc multi residue ., ° mrthods, which detc: ininatc a great numbcr of pcsti- cidcs in one analysis arc well k- nown, but vcry costly in :' time and material and cannot be automated com- ". plctely. The Swecp-Co-1`4cthod can improve the pre- sent situation. ~, - --.--,-•-> -~--: .----. ~ ~~ o n
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50253 0447 1 a . . ~~ ~ ~ . Cacc~s iiESearch Unt:, Unlver.Py or tae West /ndles, St Augusttne, TrlnFdad. f ipFet andr elf ~~ C:'.f)t:OL!> i3}/COCOA/ MeF-D-303-74 International Chocolute Review r5(1-)19-20,2~4(1?71) AtF \tIG! aita~ i ~Jl/ ~- M tho p ~ . the t zs.r fc'.v yr„r . r . exam,na•' on cf ch o cr1 ~ ztc flavour by :hrors•atograr:,ic -1e:hcds has proceeCad rapid•y anJ c.o t'M of rcr„~~un~s irsi!:Lid m ca::o ec:racts or nca^~Czce estnple7 c'.c::ds 2;.i) (1). MIC.rE:cr, 1ncre r~35 een hltle atien`pt to trc i,^.p0!af.'e Gi crc:'••C.-I; t0 11,11m ovcralt e;:ect Isoveraldehyce (2.3). d,methyt dlsu,oh•de (5) and 5-.'+ethyt-2-p9eny!-2-hexenal (3) are excections in that eJain.s for their importance htre been made. Reactlois bet- rreen certain em.•lo ac,ds and re'u.:r,j sjgarS na,.a been cfair.,td to pmd•ice chcca+ate tla.our (1,t) a,d a pa!t nt Ior producin) 21 artd.c~ic cnocola:^. U]vcur frorn eucn 3 reacl:cn Ats been grant0.d (al. Furtter. Ine re ponaace of tc•rnen:a::on to tho proce.sing af cacao has eccn related to the pro duetion of 3m:no acids and reducrng sugars oy nydrolysis o( pro:ain ar.d sucrose (6,7). It in fact cnoc-:ate Ilavour were Cttle more than tho result of reaction between amrno acids 1nd rudueing scgars then :nar.y of U:e eo,r.oounds alre.ldy k',entif;ed in cacan eatrrcts would oe c:nu:bu6ng hrla or r:taU::ng to the Calour. T^eret,rr, we thou;at It worlnw'+re tD retxnarine 11`9 c!1:rtls artaa:y mid'!, G. Ir,ves;,,a:o 1•,0 cr:rltris,ul!Jn Gf ee;r1:~,1 Ci:e:ne:a'S bV t...^.n~ tM~'n to e.'-oco:3la ~°l f~ f.l . t i ura ir: ovr esscssment a swrxl Jep noto ntner than the •dcep. prcarer,t, b. ;er c:cos note- aacntcd tn it by Van Praag et a!. (3L There is r':!e dnubt that Ue cl.im; m=d. in r•.sp~ct et L1eSe 1:,•ee ec:^pouncs are vdLd cna that 7ncy cCntfl.'Ju:e an Im(/Jrlt.At elernent to v1Ccoia:9 a.rG.Te_ 2. 6!!.turea of emirw acids and sedr:dny substancea. /de:hods. G!ucc•se (50 mg)) was mrc!d with an equimotar quanlav cl the anvno acia or -,epode •n a test tuba. A droJ of waer was a:ced. tna C:6e was co,.crPd r•nn alur-.rnwn ,cd aad tnc rr.irrure was "cu~d -n a r,;;ce•rc: o3th or ji e!eetrie oven. S_veral c.l:erent temperatures and c,fler.nt lengihs of time werc trled. Usual:y 1u)`C or 1a5`'C was found to be best but we a:so used the temperatures repoAed by others as having produced Certain ooours. The test tubas v:era cookd• tne contents were sniffed and freCuently tt~e aCueous conderisate at We top ot the tubo was anaiysed by gas c7hromato;rapiy in an Aero;raph v:U-C vnlh a colamn of Carboaax :~ or HYicam d!A 13. Th^ r:dcunq eubss:rrces ascorclc acid and ronnydnn were us<d es vcit .., ;'uc-A u'.rJ afY) t_:^r71 n:n-t,;:•lc:n; ;vC:::rc?s y,n•ch nr,: t Ct
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aw _....... _...,~~...~._...._ 50253 0491 r ~ n®~~ by F. L. Church, Senior Editor Mod. I46ta].s 13 36-40 (195.7) New Hozelett machine solves continuous costing problems; produces oluminum sla~_ t/2- to 3-inch thick, up to 36-inch wide at speeds of up to 25 ft. per min. Toferoncc: ore tight; surfoce smooth; groin size small; scrop negligible; costs tow. Kaiser cos-s busbor on its machine. Development considered o boon to medium-sized componies. .~ ~ .. . ~~ ... ..._-:. .... ~ C OXT1XUOlJS casting of metal strip has been the goal of inventors for more than a centurc. Culminating the long cfiort at this de.•eloptnent is the continuous strip casting rnachine incented by the late C. William Hare- ktt, \eic England metallurgist, w•ho founded the`. H}flelettJStriy-Casting CArp. Fairfiefd. Conn. duction plant. There it casts P/_--in. thinner storage battery grica -_:Z3 vu?,; thick, 1Y•in. wide rectangular aluminum be cast at that time. He t_,_r z:r.tcu bars. These arc used for bus bar at to the problems of continu::;t st:io -}:aiser's Chalmctte, Ln., and Rat•ens- casting of metals with hi::r_- nrrin'.4 wood. 11'. Va., smelters. The bars are points. ~ neither rolled nor trimmed for this ap- plication. A Simple Process 1 , FollowirFg thefRaiFf pufchase, .alcoar tr...•;tt Nt7,- r., o.:.~... ~rt Rolling water cooled steel belts tre:r rn:nd of Canada pulleys under tension. The ;:•.- :dt are large svstem is longer than the .--r -rT r0m Z)ZgOt to J'tl`'211 • The process is rclativel.• sinr..c 'ra
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50253 0500 ,. II Me -80 S.P.S DECEMBER 1918 . EE6 JouRNAL oF THE ENVIRONMENTAL ENGIN_EERiNG PIVISION /D~ //4 3 `~&z.c.• /y7~~ PROJECTING URBA,Y RUNOFF FLOWS AND LOADS BfLouis Hajas,' David B. Boggs,' Alan J. Shuckrow,' and ltafael G. Qwfmpo' z . (NtRp0UCT10N During recent years, the potential effects of urban stormwater on water quality have become increasingly apparent. Numerous studies have shown that rain picks up pollutants from the air, building surfaces, paved areas, and open areas (e.g., parks and vacant lands). As water begins :o run off these surfaces, it may carry dust, dirt, street Gtter, de•icing chemicals, herbicides, pesticides, fertilizers, eroded matenuas. animal wa.stes, and vehicular exhaust products. Tre qts:ity of this runoff varies cor.s:derabiy with respect to the concentration of pollutants such as Btoc :eaucal Oa~ gen Demacd (BOD), suspended solids, total phosphotvs„total nitro~en, ~reavy Me}als, and bacteria. In turn, such ',istia (e.g., land use) as well as storm ity). Thus, determination of stormwater tnnott tmpaets on streams ucpcuU., Wil numerous factors requiring detailed sito-soecifrc data and analysis. I
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50253 0431 ^ 3't ~ + , . r ... (~1t-I'tt"~'~SCIILa lil1~ 1'eS~t~l~x~4~1~11~~SCIl t1t1~~C1. liurt, 73ock" Chcmisubc und Lebcn~mittciitntcrsuchunFcir,!talt Ilantburg (L'RD)'• 74 III Bo •Z n 1nn( O am 9. Jllluar Z' 1'`'bcnsm. Untcr•s.•horsch. .55, `_0f1--_.5 1;iFc Y 6 ., p by J. h'. I3ctFntann, 'Niinchcn 1974 Dctcrniination of 1lferei:xry Compounds in I'is3t and Fizh Products by Means of the I , Sc}tonii;cr _llctltod Summ.m•y. The method for dcicrtninttion of inercury describcd combineti t)te cora},ustion in a c4o:cJ s}stcm, /n:tr-•ltcd by ::r•huni,^.cr, mith thc (la:nclc::r atomi^. absorptictt srcctrop::oto- mctry. Ilomo;,cui:ce.d :i:e<1 dried samlrlcs of lkh and f,sh proa•u as 1rc burned tt ith. Pure os•:;;cn in a cvmbustion I:,tsk and tho combu5tion htoctucts arc cia~ol~cd ict diluto irt•drecaloric acid wit',t r.dc)itiwt of pota-;iuvt ittnianE~:tna:c to ovcr.v:r.c rcducinz :1ftr•r tcriuct:on to tirc cG.•n cnt th;.wcrcury vapor is(iirrctl}• drawn bv an air strc.im intc a:r absurption ccli ire:.nhcd itt the lie;tt bcatnof an tetounic a')az}llion s1/ccrrnp!SotonlC.er. To lnCri:'sc Si•n.4ittv1:y the trcrcury is extraotcrd fit•tlbS diOizcnq res!Ltr:;vtcd in stron-, h.N•druch!oric acid, antni,.:nta;crt on a silve: ti•riro rind thca volstii•rzca by ctcctricaRy hcatia7, fo!'otrc.i immediately by :L•1;i mc:tsurc:ncnt•. All analytical r•tcps arc contro!!cd Nrith r..dru::mrcurp as t: accr. ' 9.'x.•an:mct:/as.•rua;i. Din bcschricbcnc \*ctltode der QuccksilbcrLnstimntung cctciuiA cic N'erbr7,:runr,. in $cnt cott Sc•hcnit;r•r cin^,c.fc'•rrtcn, ecscl:!o scrr;n Systotn n:it dcr tlatn:acr..u;-t,t Ato:nabaorption!~spckt•-el!i:ototnctric. I)i.+ l:oc:u;cni,icrtcn und v~o: ;ctrorkncicn Yroucn %ort Tiscfr_n und FischerTCa;uistin ucrt:en in eine:n \'erb_ctn:::ng..krrlbcn ir. rcir•cr-•t 5nu^raMtf t•cr- . ( i t?:Anat und dic 1'cri r^nuua^ prr riuktc in vcrd. S:Izs:iure, rnrt• cincn 'Lusatz von I'crn:a:.~, 7nr Itp . •.a.,T.... -~ ,..r.~~r.r-~.+..y,+r. . . .. .I~.y, . I
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50253 0517 '' a CIGARETTES--TAR LOTd/TOB.4CC0--S%10KE--CARRON MONOXII)E/T "~ TOTiACCO--SMdKE--NITROCEN OXInE/TORACCn--SMOKE--TAR/TnEACCO--SMnKF.--ACROT.F.IPI/ , TOBACCO--SMOKE--HYDROGEN CYANIDE/ 78 IX Gr RJR CLASS NO. PA.PHLET 78 IX Gr GrIpft, W. H. ;jQyjVff?VlCMft; Guerin, M. R. ak Ridge Nat. Lab., Oak Ridge Tenn., U. S.) SELECTED CONSTITUENTS IN THE SMOKE OF D0:•tESTIC LOW TAR CIGAAF,TTES., Oak Ridge Nat. Lab., Tobacco Smoke Res. Program, Anal. Chem. Div., Contract No. W-7405-eng-26, 17 p. (Dec. 1977) (in English) *Keywords:* tar, smoke, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent; nitrogen oxides, smoke, constituent; ~ nitric oxide, smoke, constituent; : hydrocyanic acid, smoke, constituent; acrolein, smoke, constituent; 0 ~~ (-j Narppn jmonpxi&, t mo~e, 2tonstituent; carbon dioxide, smoke, constituent.
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50253 0477 I D 80 I I Su2- Nouvcllcs rccLcrclics, chcz la Souris, • .P° sur la tolcra»cc, du pouluon aas lryclrocarbures fluores; (*) TOLERANCE OF THE MOUSE LUNG TO FLUORINATED Anttales Qltarntaceutiqttes frattfaises HYDROCARBONS. P°`r 1969, 27, n°'. PP• =3'=g BILLON, j. LONGUET et R. PIERRE (Chaire d'l1ygi8ne, FacudtE de Plinrinncie, 4, menue dc t'Obser.•atnire, F. 75-ParEs-6•, ef Service des Rcckcrc•hes des L.aboratoires Grcmy-Longuct.) De nombreuses rcclierches ont ajja oe effectuces Sur la tolcrance des clilo- ro/luoranes (CFC, Frcons', Foranes', Fluaenes', etc.) cliez 1'animal et chez 1'Iiorume. L'un de nous (A. Q...) a rapPorte en 1965 ccc que 1'on savait a ce sujet, en Particulier sur les chloro(luornnes 11, 12, 11 + 12, 11 + 22 et 111 dont il avait etndie les effets sur la pcau. les muqueuses, les plaics, les bri5lures et le parencliyme pulmonaire en se pla~ant dans des conditions assez se-6~)res d'h~~icne industrielle [G]. Il en a~ait conclu que bien toleres par la heau intacte et les niutlueuses, 1es cillorofluorancs retardent la vitesse de cicatrisation des plaies et des brulures [3, 4]. Tous irritent Ie parenchvme pulmonaire de la buris 1 la dose de 10 000 Phin (1 ;) pendant ~~in~t-quatre lieures, le CFC 11-1 paraissant le ldus arressif ct cet eganl [31'. Uchuis, d'autrrs travaux ont t+t6 effcc- tues, tant cn France rlua I'etrangcr, en raison dc l'importance qu'ont pris les Iluoranc•s contme pulscurs des substances les plus diverses, en rlro;uerie, par- /3mcri,e. allmcni atio_')1 ef hlia}•tu :6l. fTeSt ~in;7que G. P..oc.LT. S. nESimou»zs -ts pendant trente jours, Luit 1LCures in_c C1•'C 11 + 12 ont obscrvc des . , ~~
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50253 0523 .i Palr:er, Jumes K. s leaf. ',;tliic a cid in the toba cco . . .. . .. . ..t•-, ..~. :~. : n~'. ..~P''r".,, ..~~V i^~• nn 1 "i•
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50253 0532 s QD ~ 400 Ad . # Quino2az:Lne, v. 5 , r.. :?. . :t. x..., a 1 7 2
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50253 0521 ~'uinl.c acid--iobacco--2-il.crccolorf.ctetry. -=.r' :,-- i , . _ :,:J..:, , . L~ . e..rti• i.tt . . r,. i..~.:_ .. r:.! : .. ;__ ... O 0 t.1 1111 1" 1 t~ 6 1 i f r
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50253 U51tl =_ RJR CLASS No. TEXTBOOK QC 879 Un T901 P alme r, A. R. ALL(JCATIN[; CHLCICZ(71°'LU(]R(:IC:ARBUN I'EIZMI'T5: WHO GAIN9, WHO I_.(.)SEa, AND WHAT IS THE CIaf;T . NT:Cf:; (Order No. PB82-224999) Rand Corp..Santa Monica, CA..t31 J. I S N ='.:'i 61 b I ~ ~ r~nn~ ~~' ~ '~'~
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50253 0515 ` TOBACCO--S`'IOKE--CARBOV MONOXIAE/ a RJR CLASS NO. PA'"'I:LTT CI To 79 S. P. Cucrin, M. R. • J~e ,_ins, It. A. ;:'Qtfift6 VI To-79 lkO::1: l:i.t-lf;e ::at. Lah., Anr,l. Cher.i. Div., O.al: Ridge, 7~:., 1?. S.) S.P. CAI::I(1:, ''nNt),;II)'.: 1?i:LIVl:RI1:S OF Cn."!:11:1'•CIAL CIGAR:1:'1':::S: i'.i:LATfcY.;S,i11T' TO TS, To:+acco Cheia. ites. Conf., 33rd, tape, Lexington, I:y. (Oct. 29-31, 1"7"` (in I:n g1i:,':1) Io survey carbon monoxide levels in commercial smoking products, deliveries of j C0, C02, "tar," and nicotine were determined for 121 brands of cigarettes. ' "Tar" and nicotine values were obtained by conventional procedures. The vapor phase of the smoke was sampled simultaneously with the particulate phase by : collecting the entire effluent In a Saran bag from each individual port of a four-port Phipps and Bird analytical smoking machine. This sampling procedure has resulted in a considerable improvement in both the accuracy and precision of the CO determination. Following flushing of the smoking machine dead volume into the Saran bag, a sample of the contents were analyzed by gas-solid chroma- ~ tography. For the variants surveyed, CO deliveries ranged from 1 to 29 nR per i cigarette; "tar" ranged from 0.5 to 35 mg per cigarette. For filtered products, ; there was a strong correlation (R - 0.92) between CU and "tar" deliveries. For non-filtered products, that correlation was much lower (R - 0.43). Most non- filtered cigarettes delivered less CO than filtered cigarettes with comparable "tar" deliveries. Despite reported sensitivity of CO:CO2 ratio to variation in ~ effective puff volume through a cigarette fire cone, thai ratio did not highly correlate (R - 0.28) with cigarette resistance-to-draw for the products tested. (*Cperated by Union Carbide Corporation under contract W-7405-eng-26 with the U.S. Department of Energy.) ri A
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~ 50253 0533 - 77 X Rol-81 . _.,. °TO'CLAS 0 S N PAMPhL hT Rondahl, L. (Royal Inst,c Technol., 9ep. Org. Chem., Stockholm, Swed.) SYNTNETICNALOGUES OFYEI~COTINE. VIII. SYNTHESIS AND BIOLOGICAL TESTING OF TWO TETRAHYDRO-S- UINOLINAMINES ~ Acta Pharor. Suec. 17, p. 288-91 (1980) (in English) Sterically crowded or bridged nicotine analogues are of considerable interest in the study of structure-activity relationships.... • 1
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50253 0529 III Au2-80 S.P.I ALM ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF REGULATING CHLOROFLUOROCARBON EMISSIONS FROM NONAEROSOL APPLICATIONS PREPARED FOR THE U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ADELE R. PALMER, WILLIAM E. MOOZ, YIMOTHY H QUINN; KATHLEEN A. WOLF R-2524=EPA JUNE 1980 Rand SMifA MONICA. CA 904OL t} • r3 < , ) )
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m&50253 0524 ' j . __.~~,~._...... -----~~- . . 'HU3 i (1968) ; (rVI CkL~~C~c Lr_ .,....~:.;,~ T~~•Lr l~~y I'`i. F li~~~-u.r> (~ ~ 4:<-::.~~ 4 'a..1-~.:3 .t. i~.. 4 .) 0 ~`~ ~_,
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50253 0534 , I MeA2-81 S.P. LITERATURE SEA~t~"ch No. 7050 PHYSICAL CONSTANTS OF 8-HYDROXXjUINOLINE (RJR81-12) i File: Chemical Abstracts (CA Search) (Vol. 66, 1967 - Vol. 94, Issue 20, 1981) Prepared by Mary Jane Pugh June 9, 1981 t of Commerce An Industrial Applications Center for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration flJ/\S/ \ ,,. - .. . . . _ . _ I
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mV253 0522 Y,eprint G`° B7Ct~~~r~ IZ-W il?M, ~i;lTM`+d~i'~s rl (Sl'lfil~R ies.,~.-_f C.`ii.:~:'...
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.3ozs3 0508 i a Q ~, . ~ ''~ -`.1 :) E, M6 6. Elderfield, Robert Cooley, 190-1-- ed. lleterocyclic con;pounds. New York, Wiley t1J;i0- v. 24 ctn. liibliogratiltical footnotes. Co.N1gNT5.--v. 1. Three-, four-, and six-membered compounds con- tttinins one 0, IN, and S stoan.-v. 2. 1'olycyclic flve- and six•ntewhered conli)ollnliS coikltining one 0 or S aluui.--v. 3. 1'olycyclic d.riv:ui•r", of pyrrole; (wlycyclic systenLs with one nitroneu conunon to bot'.t rings; pyt•indiue and rel:ue1 cunipounds.-v. 4. Quinoline, isoqninulir.e, • and their beuzo derit•atives.-v. 5. Five-nietnbered heterocych•s con- tutning two hetero atoms auid their bc'nzo derivatives. 1. 1leterocyciic compounds. QD4oO.EA ~ 517 JO-IbS;1 rt'v '_' ~ J Library of Congress tr:iib'21t ° . . • .. . . __ .~.w.~..n.--r-...r,mT.~c^-•c•-• ~ I
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50253 0512 ...._..___-.,.._......._...____~.._._._._..~_.._..__.__ M6 FP.tTT ---vjSEASF.S AND PE3TS--CONifiQL/ Pi.~`,PITS--DZSEASI;S APdD PESTS/ - _ Agrlculture AaUdSook No. 376 TP 370 Pi 1971 . ~~ ~'s €1 ~i t1 Market Diseases of Appies, Peal s; andm On* By CHARLES F. PIERSON, research plant patFulo¢i.t, MICHAF.L J. CEPO:NI.';. research plan: pGtho!o,ri3t, tmd LACY P. Mc1:OLLOCIt, t:ollaoorator 'Jlgrket Qttatity Research Divi3ioa Agricuttursl Research Service UNITET) 4?'_AT£5 pF:P,mT.IIE.-%°T UI' -`aGRI(,UZ1ti7il: fuutvi.-q.v 19:1 rnt cf DucuTCCU. U. 5. Gu•.r•:n+cct :~nt~nr Jr: '~'y.:.inr~cv. :.G. YOr.t - Prle• ~6 etnu
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. £~--.... ~~.w..: _~:r...__..__:._.__. ..... ..-,.._.:~..._.-:. .. _ . _ ._._..a'~` 50253 0520 '' . 72 III Ke•7k S.P. Laboratory Mieasurements of Light Scattering by SimulGfied Afirnospheric Aerosols 4pPi •R,:£*Quine.fand A. I. Carswell Using the Stokes vector formulation measurements are reported of the four principal components of the scattering matrix under controlled ]nboratory conditions. Two ranges of scattering conditions are conFidcred: atmospheric air as a function of relative humidity (}IA'/_E) and water droplet clouds (FOGS). A 50-mW (G3:?.S-:I) He-1e laser is used as the light source. A sensitive automated polar nephelometer, which ha,, been developed for the,a measurements, records the scattered light as a function of scattering angle from G° to 174°. A digital computer is used to calculate the matrix elements from the raw experimental data. The results may be compared with the theoretical computations of Deir- mendjiirr and the field work of Rozenberg. The results of the experiments show prm:ounced dependence upon the relative hnrnidit}• and the propertie., of tire fogs that are explicable quslitatively. Ilon•ec•er, quantitative inversi,~n of light scattering data to obtain such information as the size di.tributiou re- rt quires cotrtpreheu; ,e experinents of hig prectsion A large an:ounts of co:nputer time. ., r . . .
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50253 0516 Aft TOBACCO--SMOKE--TAR/TOBACCO--SMOKE--NICOTINE/TOBACCO--SMOKE--CARBON MONOXID .=s . . , . . ., RJR CLASS N0. PA1•iPHLET 78 IX ~~79 Jenkins, R. A. ;&-Qg~ H.'; Pair, D. D. ; Harvey, I• ~ 1k Rid Nt Lb Alh) ,eV4gea.a.,na. Cem. Div., Oak Ridge Tenn. U. S. , , CABON MONOXIDE, TAR, AND ISICOTINE DF.LIVERIES OF 120 . BRANDS OF U., S. i. COA4•1ERCIAL CICARETTES.. ~. ; Oak Ridge Nat: T,ab. , Topical Report, NCI/S&HT/ORNL #81, v.. not -numbc~ri :t (Dec.. 28. 1978) (in English) i! : *Keywords:* tar,'smoke,. constituent; : nicotine, smoke, constituent; ` carbon'monoxide,-smoke; constituent. 1 ~ . , ,`~,._ ~ . . . . . ~ ' y . . . - .. , . :. . ` ~~InOctober, 1978, the Director, Office of Smoking and ilealth, Dit[V!, requested the Tobacco Smoke Research Program of Oak Ridge I1ational Labora- ' s an extension of its 11CI Smoking and Health Program activities, to t a ory, i n monoxide deliveries of the smokes of U.S. commercial b t l id ues or car o e va prov ~ cigarettes. One hundred twenty (120) brands were chosen by the Director as ~ r--T -^ -r----- ---- - ~ -~ ~-- - . 17c
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50253 0536 :Z CANCER--GENETICS/LUNGS--CANCER--GENETICS/ QUINOLINE, 4-NITR0-1-0XIDE/ADE;JOVIkUSES/ RC 267 Ad 1976 ADVANCES IN CANCER RESEARCH Edited by GEORGE KLEIN Department of Tumor Biology Korolinska Institutef Stockholm, Sweden V Consulting Editor ALEXANDER HADDOW Chester Beatty Research Institute Institute of Cancer Research Royol Cancer Hospital tondon, England SIDNEY WEINHOUSE Volume 23 -- T976 Fets Research Institute Temple I,lqiversily Medical S~J A,CADEMIC PRESS New York ' San Francisco London Wbddlerp .f NoRwrt M,a NNIsA.n . _._ -..rww.+..w+.
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' 50253 0510 . i 77 III Ra Chem. Nat. Comp. 1977(3)378-82(1977) .~ THE MASS SPECTRA OF TETRAHYDROQUINAZOLINE AND 4-TETRAHYDROQUINAZOLINONS DERIVATIVES By YaV Rashkes . (in Russian) ::. ~ U . MACC-CJIEKTPbI I1PON3(30,qfibIX TCTP:11'H,qP(,oX',;;iA30JINHA 11 TETNAfNaPOXNHA30J11IHOHA-4 fl. B. Paujne,-, A1. B. Te,temeHCr;nan, B. H. 11,:yraps, 9Qa -10~ C. 10. JOHycoe B nporlccce nonclca ;)oTe}:u112~~t,1)olx n1eTaGo011TOB .1)u;f.zpoxu:la30.ilfllo- BWX a.7Ka.7Wf.108 B Oprali7.3Me iiiHBOT}IbIX Nibl Yl3\'4H.Ri1 macc-cf1el:Tpb1 ;111ri1;(- potipO/i360:UlLIX: :le30F:C7ineraHiflla 11), neraHlllia (11), 1e :OiCCllBa3111lltlio:l3 (111) tt Ba311ulctlolla (1\') [1], a Ta};;he )!x AeilTepoallaaoroB (V-VIII). . -n ~ .
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4& 50253 0526 ~ T "feB -78 . S.P. 7 . , . --- 1 3 --------------MEASURFMENT OF RESEARCH ACCOMPLISI-Ih~ENT* .. ' <- '7a ,r,.. . &,e HIS PAPER SUMMARIZES certain portions of the, .r :: T information thc author obtained from a study'~ he •-' j1pmf_&,r °,Quinn .;~ Prnc. 11th Katihnal Conf. Administration Tteq: °ennsvlvaniz StEte tlr.iv. Press. 1957, F6-77, (1PS7) 1 . ~ r, 4 ;)i ~ n t' recentSy completed on the techniques used by indus- trial concerns in the measurement and evaluation of the results of their research prc;rams. THE STUDY The study itself consisted of two phases: (1) a survev of over 200 publications relating to this subject, and (2) a series of personal depth inter- views with 60 lop research and operating execu- tives of large industrial concerns having extensive research programs. The sample of concerns contacted was not r~sele4ted from American industry on a statistical basis. Consequently, the practices of the contacted ~ i
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76 I .Ma-79 4 MARIET SECLL:NTATICN s ~ 7X IMPLICATIONS F OR STRATEGIC MARKET PLANNING by t. 50253 0525 B.Com., The.University of Auckland, New Zealand 9, (1973) ' SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL F ULFILreENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE ~ ~' MASSACHUS~,'1"1'J 11V~'1'1'1 uli. vv' TECHNOLOGY ~ x • __Jt?NE-. 19 7 - : ~- r
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am 50253 0527 y 1 Br. J. P+ychol. (1972). 63. 2, pp. 181-189 printed in Great Britain 80 II Ey-80 S.P. t ! a."-_:.._- .-.i INFOR1iATI0\' SELECTION, AROUSAL AND MEMORY to . Br P. HAIMILTO\',* G. R. J. HOCKEYf .Vedical Research Council, Applied Psychotogy Unit, Cambridge AND Department of Psyehotogy, University of Stirling Two experiments were performed to investigate the effects of noise-induced arousal on immediate recall of visually presented paired-a.auciato adjectives. Results of Expt. I sugge3t that tho established finding that high arousal during learning impairs immediate recall is probably an artifact produced by the standard erperimontal technique of randomizing list order for each anticipation trial. Wben order is maintained over succeasive anticipation trials lists are better learned in noise, indicating t order cues receive heavier weighting in that si~ ationi In-.a stcond expet5rnen~,, n•I~ith p1o~•s an A-B-A retroactive inhibition (RI) ~~ pA~Qigrn, Rt Is less a•hen noise is present during the lcarning of list A, and greater when noise - ' ult, from the two experiments are interpreted as vt.ates of high arousal (as produced by temporary I
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Aft 50253 0537 ~ _~._w . . .._..,... ..~:a.. ~~:..-~ _.. ..: v. 4, wui.nol.ine, i;oqui.noli.ne, anr'•. their benzo derivatives. DdPrfi el-d) -Oobef+ CAo-l,ey) ed . sateroryel 1,6 -eo~r ra - Pounds NeW y6~K~ Wi/e~y s.~ . 5 v: .AL eM- o9mpliieAl ~'a of~ivales. Contents: For other lis tin~s see m~in entryt. . : - . .a.. . -~ i, ! 7 7
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50253 0531 , z ifonor.sh. Chem. 8$ 21e--306 (19i7) : AI;OUT.'tlli; IiIC!i.,1:L-R1;AC:TIO' 11T7.i!;:QUII•tnL:'AGuifr;:'M.',~ 'Ober dic wif, C-Iunolacctatcn P Von F. Lang;z' wid F. ll'CSSe1y Aus detn II. Chemisclien Institut der Unirersitiit Wicn (.Citigegarigc;n ant 2. 111iirz 1957) Es •verden die Reaktioncn des l:onjugierten Systems --C=G-~J =Q von ~'-`icthyl-o•cl~inolacetzt Z mit ~'crbindu~~~en, die nl:tivo 77.ctliylengruppcn entl;alten, beschrioben, wobci unter J,x-Addition und ::ssif!sat:rcubspaltun~ dio J3ildu:i- von suUsLuici'ten o-Krcaolcn (L) ci.zt.ritt.
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Sn~Si nu7A ~ . : ~ ~_ . • ~' .'.... . t '... . . . . ~': .'...;~ '. . . ;~ - p v{ ~t ! r.117 ~ Ls ('~~yw~ L~w' ,~y n problenic d'I;vg1cnc cutance : l'utilisation dcs chloro-lluoro-inctlianes commc pulscurs en cosmctologie, l["° S. G,ulcl:r et \t`" J. G.anrr-Poz°rMii La chimie du fluor a pris depuis la -uerre une importa::ce con si- dErablc. A I'hcure actucl)c, tous Ics hydroc.lrhures alipliatiqucs, cyclaniques et aromaticlues, satures ou non, ont 616 l,er[luores et polyjndrisFs pour dc multiples usages. Pllrnli cux les fluoro, cl.lo:•o- ltuoro-metbancs ct clzloro-fluoro-itliancs ont ctc commcrcialiscs sous lcs marques C. P. :11, en France, frcoae, isotron, gcnctrun, Ucon :uux Etats-Unis, arclon ei Grlndc-llreta-nc, frigm en Allcmagne, algo- 0 4 U Q Q (i c Jc Pharuiacic, <@aucc dit 3 pon 1959.
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CIGARETTES--NICOTINE CO:VTENT/CIGARETTEE,,--TAR CONTENT/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--CARBON *IONOXIDE/ 50253 0519 RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 78 _.. Gr-79 Jenkins, R. A. ;~~nc'~~'~R:' Il~. ; Guerin, M. :R.' . :: ., ~; .;.. = 8 IX Gr 79.. • 7 (O k Rid k ; a ge Nat, Lab., Oa 1 Ridge, Tenn. , U. S. •-, SELECTED CONSTITUENTS IN THE SriOKES OF U.. S, COMMERCIAL .:IGARETTES: "TAR", ;iICOTINE, CARBON MONOXIDE AND CARBON DIOXIDE: ;.'. Oak "Ridg.e Nat. Lab:, Contract. No. .' W-7045-eng-26, Anal. Chem. Div. Tobacco Smoke Res. Program, r+2)p;, Oak.Ridge Tenn:, (May 1979) (in English)_' " * Keywords:* carbon dioxide, smoke, constituent; -. .". tar,. smoke, constituerit; : _. ^ n~r}.nm m~nnv~rln cmnlrn nnnct~t>>nnt. .~ The deliveries of selected smoke constituents from one-hundr~d_j twenty-one domestic commercial cigarette brands have been reported j ~ . Rounded values for "tar", nicotine, and car on nbnoxide deliveries are ~ ~ .. ' ~ summarized in Table 6. For filter cigarettes there is a fairly stron Lcorrelation betti•reen CO and "tar" deliveries. j .~ •. .. .. ~. ~ .:.~-• ~ . . , , . . _ . . .. ... .:... . .. - ' , ; .. _ ~~ ~t i)
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50253 0540 ! ~ tlcFden:ic Prc1sn Noaw Yox}: Qufnoltines, v. 3. AD'VANC}sS }ad by A. v. I 9 ~;--
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50253 0511 . Mass Spectra of Some 3-(4'-Carbalkosyphcnyl)-4jq,linazolones 78 III Va x. S. VaRaf.A, Chemistry Mpartmcnt, Lucknow Univcrsity, Lucknow and S. P. SIrGIf Chcmistry Dcparlntcut, Kurukshctra Unicrr;ity-, Kurukshclra Received 28 Oclo6er 1976; aeee%fe,l 10 January 1977 fnAinn .ruu`rmi o(Cncn_il_.Iry ~~ol. L.iU, July, 1977, pl. 61l-624 Mass srectra of four 2-substituted 3-(d'-earbathoxyl)llenyl)-4-quinazolones has •revcalcd thnt the heterocyclic ring is ctcarcd by the exputsion of 41-carbalkusyphenyl isocyanate. Loss of substitucnt at C-2 is also a dominant process :u,d in adJition, carbalkoxy group unQersoes typical fragmentation prior to the decomposition of the ring system. Q UINAZOLINU under clcctron-inl}r,tct lo4cs ion at rll/c 279 in the ma•: spcctlum of Ia ;u-iscs via successively two mulUcules of IICN frum tlle loss of tnctlt~l ladical ftom positicn-2 ar.d nut from molecular ionl. Hotee~~er, the 4-oxo cotn- the ester t;toup at positit•n•4' as lc~caad by the pound is dccunlposcd by the initial cxpulsion of CO ptcscncc of significant \I-15 peaks in the ntass followed by t}tc succc:;it•c loss of two utolcculcs of spcctta of Ib and Ic. ?his obscr%-atiun is also in IICNI. Dlass spectral studies of the quinazulonc aglctrnrut uit11 the rcptntccl cxanl}JI>'S. In a alkaloids, gl)•corinc(I-ntctll\•1--F-(luinazolunc) and conllmluul },atl a:n tllc quili;tzolone rinE+, unc}crtiocs g}ycosutininc(2-bcnz)9-4-quinaz(,lonc), on the (itllcr fission with thc los of 9-calbomcthox~-phcm~l isu- (`hand; l,a~'q rcv;citlccl t)tat /thc rillg u(fylcrbc~•s fir.~ion I cyanate ~•it•Ictinl; an iun of moclctate intcmity at ....,,•,,,„,x I hl, tlta., rutctt tnn 71r/c 117. 7 hi~. ion snL~,rllucntlv loses mcthti cwau:'}c inc, x V gruup wllhout thC lisslun ul ulc Purthcr, it has rcccntlv bccn rcl,nttcd tl:al in thc ...wn.. .............. _r , .~l , ...1-...... . . .... , . ., n ptrn f~ :ul ion that can hc fulululatct} as ionizccl bcui\ nr. 'fhcrc is al>t, c.\pulsion of q-carlro- mctho.\yI,htnyl isucyanatc fltnn thc iun at nt/e 279. The nruhrulat ion lurc~ tLc r•hrrunts of t•atho- I
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. ~ 50253 0542 .,..~,.....~.N.......~.. . . .~ ~ ~. _ CANCERT-CAUSATION BY QUINOLINES, NITRQ/QUINOLINES/ RC 261 Carcinogenesis- Ca A Comprehensive Survey 1981 Volume 6 The `filitroquinolines Editor fl Takashi Sugimura National Cancer Center Research lnsNtute CAt.o-ku. Tokyo. Japan Raven Press • New York t
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50253 0551 a Aft Quii,oZines--H, drogenation, v. 14. r; ,r•: r, E.!!.'t':•:34.`C$ in :•`.,£;'r,ly:313 f•I:,.S XF_'Jl!.Cnd SU~.~c.rr:J. 1.1. 1- lt. .. Yo}°r: ) 'V. Lii1 Lo r i T..a :~ .. t r, S { a 5
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50253 0549 « • Cbemistry of cat•hon cmpoiinds; a modern crnnhrchcnsive trvsit*sc. ~i;i~ acr~ls.~n, New Yorl:, Eisovier Pub. Co., m--1- .. QuA::Kr_ea, v. .p pt. Rodd, T: if ed. v. Illus. 23 cm. Co.rr,Nr:,:---v. 1. pt. A. Gcneral Introduction and a?Il0hntic com- jamncls. ld. L'. Alipliat!c c•oa:i,ounca. 1. Chc•misir)-, Orbanic. 2. Carbon cumpounds. 1 r Q D25) 1.1'Z C 51'l 51 -] ir,5~ , LiUrzry o; Cun;rr•a ~GSr,l1:.'-"o~ . - - . -. ..... ..~.- . ~. ,-.. -.. . _ , , ... , 1 I
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A& 50253 0550 HE CHEMISTRY OF HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS /A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS J~ ARNOLDp~'GYEISSBERGER and EDWARD C,V AYLOR Editors I I ES- I GurIloSr 'JOI es DE•PART6IL'I: TI:T OF CHGAIISTRY Ut.'1YtRSITY OF KEF.LE STAFrORll5111RF. AN INiERSC1ENCE® PUIILICATION Y JOHN WILEY & SONS LONDON • NEW YORK • SYDNEY • 0 ~ 1 n 0 i 1 ,. •) . Part I,~ Edited by TORONTO
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50253 0547 K i l1.ial ~ ~` . . . ,. .. .. !~ . " .. . r.~ e v ....._~.4: Vaa ,
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50253 0538 Klus, H. .. (Austria Tabakwerke A. G., Vicnnn, Austria) QUINOLINE A 71) A?.A-I'A11' IN CLC1tP.LTTL SuOF.E. ~ *(Chinolin und Aza-PAIi im Ilau,ntstromxauch und Nebenstromrauch einer filterlosen 85-US-Blend Zigarctte (nach Dong 1978).* ' , Austria Tabakwerke A. G., Confidential manuscript,,Vicnna Austria (1978) ` :. . . ~• *Constituents too numcrous to list. _ • c, ~ . • r . • .•. ...•,:. _ 79 IX Kl -'J7T0tACC0_-SMOKE==CIiEMIC~IL C0t!P03TION/TOJlACCO-=S Oh'1:--OJTNOLT~P,S/ RJR CLASS 140. PAMPHLT:T 79 IX K1- '1 y
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50253 0545 't.. ALM SPECTROCCOPf LETTERS, 6(fl), 50 , ~11 (1973) FAR-INFRARED SPF.CTRAI. STUDIES AND Ill.DROCEN BONDING OF}'~UINOLINES . ~r S. Chersetti and S. Ciorgianni Department of Organic Chemistry; University of Venice Calle Larga - S. liarta 2137, Venezia (Italy) C. Spunta Laboratorio dci Composti del Carbonio Contenenti Eteroatomi C.N.R., Ozzano Emilia (Italy) ~ ~---_----- In a previous work, the far-infrared spectra of pyridines were investi- gated arJd the hydrogen bonding stretching frequencies of their complexes with phenol were correlated with the electronic properties of the ring sub- stituents (1). These studies have been now extended to substituted qui.noii- nes in order to establish to what degree the results on pyridines are appli- '~ r.awn_ rn' ti~ - 1 . T
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: • JOURIiAL Of APPLIED ME7EOROLO07 0S!/) 78 111 Re -81 2 ~O'Dla~endoed Hydrometeor Imaae Clau~catloa by Sbdstica l SP . . M12AHUR M. RAHMAr+; RAYMOND O. JACQuar,' ~~1 AND RoHALD E. SrEwART'-' V-Wrs+r .f Wye-i•g. LAPw.rr. wr anl (Y....c.fpt no.+... a A.W.a nM, im w fo.. n Janwrrr 1961) AssTRAR.z +.f ~cioe pks.d ~ n~ ~`) ~ c ~ issia~'e. d°i..rp (e+.ck,.e ~.Ywq i...a s.wfles. 71s.ud ls w c+w'lr +.ci i...es (~ oe~.yle~ w*.c+io..4 ire dK ~.ew oe..o. ch..es .f ~dro.a.u+ !r .ratiak.+ pa fore recowitim McbWqwL Detai.d ivea*tiO..eoa t!s da .oquisitio. ,y . aM repooessi.g it made. Forr .o..r iwrires ~id yield seer cla. 1 .raie. .m .nr r A.a.es tor ae d..- .iReaeiew j ..oaa. A I~yes"bdio. As.ctio. .~ic~ nii.isea Ae ~rob+aier .f .i.dwifatio. M ..oI for du.iie.d... Mpes drae~ is s.olo~ ss .oa.ft..r rectas ..d oovarirc e.rrices i~rolwd L Ae Ndrio. h.ctio.. A~cre~e Kaiwr iMerift algorith. Is 4relopc~ fot 1rs atis ati.aios of 14 j o~liitr '`~+-'„ "`ff' "~". 01F ~ °'e:~ ~W 'd.pt'r` K.r... iMei;.t .yo.;~f~s is Nh. U .~li~e. tfe i.~ovaios s.q.esos. T1ese Mc!~ ..ma foi.d a oo.reqe a ds oar.a Nob.ei'ity . 7 s a.ng.ano..qw w.m ~.. .....,.....~ ....~~ -moapMe or Iractio.~d b..@ es .d tro neaics •ere - coesdYiy ~eveboed 10 delect the wcins7i.bk i..gss. 7tc ad.ptirs K,i..w iker .ia the ROyes ieci.io. A .ctio. ws eapls) 10 dwf/y .boa 2OOG i.yes pea .i.we o( CPU ti.e witi .bow 10% er.er
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50253 c 0513 c19*0 80 I I Ey-81 Feature Extraction and Selection for Pattern Recognition S• P• of Two-Dimensional Hydrometeor Images qR ,w.--!~ MIZANUR M. RAHMAN,t~ND:~. +A.~U~INCT:t RAYMOND G. JACQUOTt AND MICHAEL J. MAGE - University of Wyoming, Laramit, WY 82071 (Manuscript received 12 August 19g0, in final form 17 January 1981) ABSTRACT New feature extraction techniques are developed for two-dimensional binary images of ice particles and raindrops. These features are employed in the statistical classification of these patterns into one of seven basic hydrometeor shapes. These images have been recorded by an airborne two-dimensional probe in order to provide information leading to an understanding of important physical proeesses in clouds. Minimum average probability of classification error is employed as the performance criterion with informal minimization of computing time. A synthetic image set was generated to develop feature extraction techniques. Moment normalization and rotation normalization are employed to convert all images to a common size and orientation. Ten time domgin features are explored including a new development (circular deficiency) and a new application (cross correlation). Three frequency domain features are investigated including a new Fourier descriptor (centroid distance). An original method of reducing aliasing due to binary quantization is tested. Final features are selected on the basis of classification performance when applied to the synthetic image set. Bayes classification with four selected time domain features (independent of size, position and angular orientation) was twenty times faster than frequency domain classification. The average recog- nition time was 2032 images per minute for time domain classification. _,,.,.._.,,.-.-..~.. .<-.. _. __ . ...r.^-T _...~.,-..._...-,-,..-..-.;..-.. ;'~~~- . ~ fv a ~ 0 l_ l
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TOBACCO--SMOKF CAR- ' * A'-" - Gr-79 CIGARETTES--NICOTINE CONTENT/CIG•ARFTTES--TAR.CONTENT/ 50253 0518 78 I}t - RJR CLASS N0. PAMP13LET 78 MI-Gr-79 :: . ,. : (Oak Ridge Nat. Lab., Oik Ridge, TEnn., U. S.) SELEC'TF.D CONSTITUENTS IN THE S!•1UKES OF FOREIGN COrL^1ERCIAI. CICARETI'ES :' Jcnkins, ~ R. A: • °W.; ~ Gucr in' M. R. "TAP,'', NICOTINE, CARBON 2•fONOXIDE, AND CARBON DIOXIDE.• • Oak Ridge Nat, Lab.; Contract No. 41-7405-eng--26, Anal. `Chem. Div., Tobacco Smoke Res. Program, 56'p. ,'Oak Ridge Tenn. (May 1979) (in English) *Keywords:* carbon di.oxide,smoke; constituent; . . .° i t n " • n . .. . e; smoke const3 t ent; icoti . " . , , tar; smoY,e, constituent; . ~: carbon monoxide, smore, constituent. e . ~ave e n pres . .. ~ e e d DifferAnces in srroke deliveries for.•sirnilar brand1^= nt ~ t b e gare a .c ran ore~gn corrMerc s o carbon dioxide deliveries of The physical characteristics and "tar", nicotine, carbon monoxide and ~ , .. tt s d l i 220 b f f i na~e cigarettes sold in different nations have been discussed. _., Ir PSO,4OXIDE/ .t....-~: , : 1
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50253 0548 P-MI Agrfc. iliol. Chem., 42 (4), 861 -864, 1978 QUINOLINES/ 77 II Re--79 - Structural Requir nlents for Mutagenic Activities of S.P. N-Heterocyclic°.-Bases in the Salmonella Test System Takashi MATSUMOTO, Daisuke YOSHIDA, Shigenobu MIZUSAKI, Hideo To.NttrA and Koichi Kosxt,%Itzu* Central kesearclt /nstitute, The Japan T obruco and Salt Public Corporation, 6-2, Umegaoka, Midoriku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 227, Japan •Departnrent of Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, Kyoto Unircrsity, Kyoto 606, Japan Received November 28, 1977 The mutagenic activities of quinoline, isoquinoline, phenanthridine, benzo(f)quinoline, benzo(h)quinoline and their a-amino derivatives were compared in relation to the effect of structural changes using the Salmonella typhimurium test system. All mutagenic compounds tested require the liver microsomal fraction for their mutagenic activity. Phenanthridine, two benoquinolincs and quinoline were mutagenic. a-Aminatioa of two benzoquinolines and quinoline resulted to increase their mutagenic activity intensively. Addition of a benzene ring to the benzene moiety of 2-aminoquinoline, so that two carbon atoms are shared, affected distinctly the increase in the mutagenic activity. The co-existence of benzoquinoline series With ?aminobentb(f)qtlinolihz showed t~c Ar syncrgijt~ action. ~ ~ ., . .. . • ~ ~-
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TOBACCO--ALKQLOIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY/PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY/PLANT9imALKALOIDS/ ALKALOIDS --BIOGENESIS/ISOPRENOIDS/TERPENOIDS/STEP,OIIIS AND STEROLS/ CAROTENOIDS--CHEI4ISTRY AND BIOCHE~tISTRY/OLIINONES/Fi CHROMANOLS/PHENOLIC COMPOt AMINO ACIDS--PLANTS/CYANOGENIC GLYCOSIDES/GLYCOSIDES/BETALAINS/ LIPIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY/CARBOHYDRATES--PLA.NTS/ ENCYLCOPEDIA OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, NEW SERIES, VOLUME 8/ 415 Be 1979 Secondary Plant Products . Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg NewYork 1980 I iti f ' Edited by E.A. BeI l and B.V. Charlwood Contributors . B ~nthorpe E.A. BeII B.V.Charhvood B.L. A,,rche DV. 0 4 E:E. Gbnn ~ G. ~. Fotlor T.Vr'. Goodwin D. Groger . Harborne E. Leete M. Luckner *hes J.G. Roddick T. A. Smith A.M. Stephen G. A.Thompson, Jr. D. R.Threlfalt E.W. Undcrhill
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ALM 50253 0539 ' . 77 II Re-78 S.P. MUTAG cn icUI};s o F lfutation_Rcs_ecrcli, 42 (1977)_335-3•1~_ ~ElsevierjNortli-Iio;land l3iomedical 1'ress T1IA'AICO NAGAO ', TAKIL•' YAH.ICI ',1'UICO Sl:]\O ', TAICASIiI SUGI,IIUR.1 'ard I:OI3UYUIC[ ITO 2 I l3iochrmistry Dicisiott, National Cnttccr Cerzter Research Institute, Tsukiji 5-1-1, Chuo-hu, Tol.•yo 104, and 2 I•'irst Dcparlmcnt o('Pallrolu;;y, Naguya City 3lcclical School, ititi.:irho-l.u, .\'ogoya 467 (Japan) (Rcceived Au6ust 1Gih, 197G) (Rev:sion received November 1st., 1976) (Accepted November 8th, 197G) .Sltlll)llary ; Quinoline, recently reported to be carcino„cnic in rats (12}, mras muta„enic ; to Salntortellu typhimurircm tester strains TA100 and `1'A'JS in the presence of i t.le nu taolic,.rtict.watioh sYslel1~5-7mC3. 2 Chloruquinc,line, a twn c:ucinogen , 21:~va -nn~',,,~~s°,^ •, t .S ~ ~. ( lilLY. S 1~}d:ox~c}uiuc~lii~e, ~~hich ar;enic N•: ith S-) mix to both ]racteria} _......,,~,~.,s. «,rs vr x 1 OtI1Cr quinoline dCrlYalivcs that are not known I to be•carcinrntenic were tested, and 12 of these compounds wcrro muta!;cliic. . Vt
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50253 0555 .~ 1 , QD Qu!•nolirica-.--i:xides ~ 305 ? Oc .~~ :;;; Da Uo .(.' 9 0 0 r; ,~: ;a I 9
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50253 0535 AM IiOCZNIICI CIIL•:1fII ANN. SOC. C11IM. 1'OLONOi-tUA1: ~Otr~ .t~2i 41,1543 (1M) /.J Ij•- .-5'3 . l a ~~(~l,Le.l ./} < ~L ~~C'.:Lc-:J ~ cGtnc c- ,C. c~tit.~rr .c c ~ .~ r> n 7tR_c <.~ 1i, c ~ Jt /t •C. tD . J C C C)~ ~i? ~. ~r 4 // -- G~ ; e4, O UTIIZYPYII'ZVANIU POCIICIDNYCII CIIINOLINY BI;'I,POSILEDNIO Zi; 7WIl~.zhOW NiTPOWYCII• VI. * WIllIIA ABSnIIPCYJN:. IV PODC'I.LIt WII:i.'I.'I I`IIF,Is].'f)I:YCII G,S-DIVU- ORAZ G- I S- . , : ,-JLDI\'OPULS''A1VT0i~iYCII POCIIOI)NXC!I CIITNOLINY :'.•. Alfred. LACIIOWIC7., Anna MAR'L1?C i Tadeusz MAZOiVSKI ' ;~ The dependence of shapes of infra-red absorption speetra of some quinoline derivatives in thc re;;ion 1G;0-2000 cm-r on the lrosition of substituents was described. Infra-rec] spectra of the 10 new derivatives of quinoline were t;iven. I 1 . W tU1CU~ 2f'44b Direct synthesis of quinolinc dcrivatives from nilro - ! 0- 8•di- rtra of G s i , ! , , pe nu :om ounds. VI. lntr.itcd nbsorpl r zposrcdrlio ~ Z• IlitroZWi:j rlud 13 monosubslitultd ttuirolincs. 1, u'1;~••.~ i.'\Iffrly,\L~ricc, ~ ~ l~- cc(no ~ocl- sta\Vlone p Autia; 1\lazuua'i, l.~~lru>z tlblilc'cl~. (:Ti~~icr u.rni . ~.orL:'] ' 1 hniena- ~ strGcxala tr n ~ ycll chino- liny,polozel ( (~ ~%~ =0 zwiazl:ow chcctr:r of 19 rtuino- IIICVoSCi CO 1s1lip bcwccn tllc tro>i- • t'oszut:u • ., ..~, dolclaclnej m ~ etody okr / ' ~ tirnr of Ih,- suLailuenl :nul the shape of the spcctfum in the re- :jl pOC)lrlrl,-- -11W!hL7_h1dAL_:,1,n_J_LiLAJ_='Ii0) cin__' ~•.!s discu%'::d. 't•hc ir spcctra of thc . •• ,~~
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50253 0556 ~ f a 4 'POBACCO--SMOKE--QUINOLINES/TOBACCO--S:KOKE--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION/' 79 IX K1 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 IX K1 (Austria Tabakwerke AG, Vienna, Austr." Klus, H. : 4NM'VANUL".RYX"ArgU %44UINUL AMMP6UNlSS`"'IN-TbBACCG--5NtOKK; A.'JTI IH WH *(Chinoline im Tabakrauch und Umwelt.)* Austria-.Tabakwerl:e AG, Confidential'manuscript',•5 p.' (1979) (in German)• r: _. ._~ . .0:. 4 • Ly n ...n
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50253 Aft . 0564 Ci:.i.rors.^, . i i I 671 Fox, Denis Llewellyn, 1901- Animal biochromes and structural colours; physical, chern- ?F ical, distributional & physiolorical features of colourcd i 1 , bodies in thc animal world. Pres:~,19,~3. Cambridge tl:nn.l University i xiii, 378 p. illus. (part col.) tables. 26 cm. Bibliooraphy: p. 312-33J. 1. Piginents. 2. Color of animals. i. Title. QP^v'71.rs Libi:ary of Congress 691.19 ~1 (J~1:1J1 53-1222 A. k' I n rI ()
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73 XZZ Sp =VCNATSH I'Lt!: CiiEM:E 9(;(L959)• 713-20 0253 0530 , l I (lsingcga.n;lcn a71L.I,S. Juli I959). ' I•1ZCI:AF.L-RFACTTON OF Qi}INAl~''-f7+tiWT9 rT=~~=I: '. U lbcr die Mic)izeI-.N.Act:m.) Enii Chi;Ia1: cetaler. 3. `Iitt. \t~n .` ..... Stwcllt• und I'. lVcssclv - 'Aus dem II. Clcemischen Institut der Unirersitiit Wien ' Vcr-yuche, vou o L'enzochinolacetat.en uusEehend die hydro- :::aiomntischen (primiiren) Aclditionsprodu3:te der •ltichael-Reak- t•ion 7.u erhalt.en, batten bisher nur bei Ia und lb mit Dlalon- bii~ircuiiiiLril rrfolt;. nliL h-;:,euivalfiuule1cetat i'i beliugL diu .' Darstcllun, der priiniiren Additionsprodulae aiich mit anderen P,.eaktionskomponentcn, wie z. B. .llnlonsiiurediatliylester.,. r, . -v ! , 7 i`1
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50253 0553 SPECTxoSCO~ St L:;~~,,5, 6(3), 167-176 (1973) INFRARLU SPF.CTRA STUllIF:S 01VQUI\OLI`;E-N-OXIDES AND~ SOQUIUOLINE-y o- XIDES J .. S. Ghersetti and S. Ciorgi.anni Department of OrFanic Chci:ist:ry, University of Venice Calle Larga S. Marta 2137, Venezia (Italy) M. Minari and C. Spunta Laboratorio dci Couiposti dcl Carbonio Contenenti Eteroatomi C.N.R., Ozzano-Emilia (Italy) The infrared characteristics of aromatic-V-oxides and their correla- tions with other structural properties have been investigated in sonic de- tails in monocyclic compounds, especially pyridine-:7-oxides. Hotieverr the amount of infrared obse.rvatiotial data available in more complex systcros is .1 a --- - - • ~~
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50253 0543 V.1-6: CHEMISTRY, ORGAIVIC/SYNTHI:SIS, ORGANIC/ VOL. 1: HYDROCARBONS/. . " "!HALOGEN COT•iPOUdDS/ALCOHOLS/PiII:VOLS/I:TIIT;~3.S1 PEROXIDES/ALDE}iYDES/t:ETO?~ES/QUINOI;I:S/ A?.O:IATICITY/CA.RBANI01\'S/CARr~OCATIONS/ VOL. 2 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS/PHOSPHOROUS CO~IPOUNDS/`lITRITES/;dTTROSAN,INES/IMI:VES/:vITROtiES NITRILES/ISOCYAidIDES/AMINESIA'•'iINO ACIDS/: VOL. 3: SELi;:VIL^.•i/; ,._ •.:/ORGA:dO`tETALLIC CO?iP0UNDS/SIILF'UR CO*1POUNDS, OP.GANIC/ ORGANOSILICON CO'KPOUNDS/80RON--ORGA?:IC CHMfISTRY/SILICOa ORGA:~IC CO''jnOUi,;DS/ SELENIU`•t ORGANIC COMPOUNDS/TELLURIUI ORGANIC CO`iPOUNDS/ VOL. 4: AZIN.~S/?V:~ TDINES/AZOLI'.S/?YRIDING.S/QL'I2:JLIt~ES/NITROG~N---IlETEROCYCLT_C C0:'iPOUND; • OXYGEN-IIF.TEP,OMLIL COIIPOL"IDS/S'JLFUR--I]ETEROCYCLIC CO".-`RT)OLNDS/IS!1nUINOLINES/ VOL. 5: NUCLEIC ACIDS/PI'.OTEINS/A:•IQNO ACIDS/PI;PTIDES/CARBOHYDRATES--CBE~IISTRY/ LIPIDS--CHEaISTRY/LIPIDS--BIOCIIEMISTRY/3IOSYNTIIES IS/ALI:ALOIDS--:3InSYNTHES IS/ VITAMIN B1.,/TERPENQIDS--EIOSYNTHESIS/IC~~P•OTE;tOIDS--BIOSYPITIIi:SIS/VITA `:ItI /A r1NTIBIOTI(:S/NUCLE0SID1'sS/ ?`GZPIiYP.I%'/SHII:I~tIC ACID `d1•:T_~OLITI:S /T_~OLITI:S/ / QD 251 Co 1979 COMP 1'tL-li Y_IL'vIVE ORGANIC CHE(UfSTRY Volume t,Stereochemtstry, Hydrocarbons, Fdired by J. F. STODDARTr Hato Compounds, Oxygen Compounds L'-MRS.'7Y Or 3NF.3-RLD Volume 2 Nitrogen Compounds, Carboxytic Acids. Ed;rtd by i. O. SIIrY•L•ItU1ND Phosphorus Compounds S Volume 1y?' Sulphur, Scicnium, Silicon, Coron, ~i~~d by D. NEVILLE JO`'FS / yanic thes is ano' Reactions ot Or Th yn e Orgatlli C nomeacompounds ur,-n'E amr or ur:-.no COn7 p ounds ' r a• 1(9(um ry4' Ncter tclic Cornpounds Ci1 ANU W. IyAVID OLLIS, P.R.S. [3iotogictd Cumpounds Volume 6' Fnrmula. Subject lluthor Cdired by P. G. SA.%IAfES / UIHV3rtSnY OF LhtRlOOI 171E CnY LmDt7snY. tn.DKXM / F:dited by E. IIASt.AM / UNIVCNtr7Y O- 3Nf31IILD Reaction, t,nd Rcarrcnt inrexes Fdtrod by C. 7. t)R:.YrOV r ' --- -_ _ .r.::..,.....~-: ~....... _ -
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50253 0544 TOBACCO--SMOKF.--QUINOLINES/TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYTICAL METIiODS/ QUINOLINFS/TOBACCO--ANALYTICAL METHODS/TOBACCO--PYROLYSIS/ TOBACCO--SMOKF--PRECURSORS/ 78 ZX Do Dong, M.; Schmeltz, I.; Jacobs, (American Health Found., Naylor Valhalla, N. Y. ; U. S. ) . . . ., . RJR CLASS NO. PA.MPHLET 78 IX Dc E.; Hoffnann, D,- Dana Inst., Div. Environm. Carcino,r-enesi--- AZA-ARENES IN TOBACCO SMOKE. Jour. Anal. Tox. 2 (No. 1) 21-25 (1978) (in English) *Ke}vords:* constituents too numerous to list. ~ Ouirioline is a hepalocarcinogen In rats and has rccently been l found to be mutagenic in S:,Imonolla typhimurium. Ils~ ; presence and that of related compounds in tobacco and ~ tobacco smoke were eslablished. This report describes on ~ an+,lytical method for the qu:-litativc and quantitativo dctor- mination ol Guinolincs and olhor hasic aza•arcnes in tobacco smoke. The method consisls of solvent parfitionir.g, colun:n ehto:rafeoraphy, and cps ehrr••matography•mass speclr0- mctry. hirjh•pressurc liquid chromatoyraphy (HPLC) and spectrasccpic ,cchniques were used to ascertain the identity of isomeric aza•arcncs. Since quinolinc was found to be the + most abundant aia-arCne In the smoAO, 14C-quinolino w;rS SynthcsireC for usc?san inlcrnql T•tan :frd irt~uailativc d:- I ( Ic•rtions 7he blcridcd ' U11 dains~f am: Smo~e of a _ _• . _ c _ ,~ c S5•mrn cigarellc without tiller tip conta'.ns 1.G7 I,g of quinolir•.e, 0.12 yg of is,..iuinofinc, and a total ol 0.70 Ng of 1 methiIS;:ir.o:incs. I-our isomcrs of benzoyuinotines, a:a `f- fluoranlbcr.es, and az..pyrcnes vrero also c,uantitalcd. $idcslrc•arn smof:c was found to contiin abovt 11 timcs more j quinoline than mainstrearn smoke. The analt•tical rroceduro s c,pplicd to various tobacco prqducls as w•ell as to unburnc•d lebacco. Studics using ciyaretlc•s made entirely from crllulose showed that tobacco Ieaf profeins are major prccursors for quinollne in the smoke. Non-sclective rcduction of quinoline Icvels In smoke can be cffected by ,itiralipnsqleclivc rcduction can be achicved by use of yoLacco ol btv prolcin eonlent. 1 _ \
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50253 0580 Q Tuschenb-acn, 123 B •~~i~. niio prtr- ~~a ne rY ~; ~~ n () ri ~% ~) 2 ) Cl
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' 50253 0566 I I a QD j 261 (?ut ncne~ ' Ik , 1 ~ ; N&d.'Ji;.1iX. r1:~)DIUa.i-J. :A. 1f ru 7 . ..~t..~lJ:..~...v_..~ .. ..~.,M.....u........_ ._ .-.. .y..N......~.. .~~ ..... _.... . ~.. ~ . r._L~w.~..~.tiG~.Y`4`Y.O.•.h.~V..Rat-+.•L.v..rti.~r v ~ f:C_fidG'2y.C PX'L'.i• . {1Cti York t ~ 7 1 ~ 1 ..~-.-.~r..r...-~.-.,~-.~....,.... _. . . , . ,^?f' v "i -a. .. . ! /~ ~ f 7 . j F.. '_:
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50253 0570 ~..~~~.......:_.... ~_ -- ...~.._~.~...._.__ui Ref . Rodd, E H ed. ~51 Chemistry of carbon compounds; a modern comprehensive R treatise. Air,sterdam, New York, Elsevier Pub. Co., 1;)a1 ;, -v. 111us. 23 cm. CO:TENTG.-P. 1. pt. A. General Introduction and aliphatic coa:,t- pounds. pt. B. Aliphatic cotnpounds. Vol. II pF-E. 1,1:~Cr~ca.1 C Compounds Vo1.III A&B. Aromatic Compounds 1. Chemistry, Organic. 2. Carbon compounds. 1l 547 51-14G5S rev ' Library of Congress ' jr53z% Pi ) 5>'
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50253 0571 ~ ;111:r:~:iC'~~~ "r. :Ua Ruhlar.l.I, Wilfeelm, 1878- ed. Ilriuclbuch (Jc.r 1'flw»zenphysiolot;ic, hrs; . vou W. Ruh•19z:cI in Ccweinsclea;t mit E. Ashby tet al., Berlin, Sprin;_r, 1955_. • " . ',% • ,)'Iii • , %~~ % ~ (y- / i ~ - ~. Illus. 28 cm. COnt.Ihutlons in German or rngllsh; tcdded t, p.: Encyclopecife of plant l,t:yFioloi~y. I rIr_)uucs Lai!+•o::ra phiea. 1. lscnetische orun;ila,^,•en phSFloloeir,cher l'cr• von A. (?. Catc);c;atc'e; g9nt;c. i:oa~tltutton dcr Ytjnnzcn .elle. Haurb, et ai.; redll;le:t vun 11. Ullrich und IL J. Bogen. F3. 3. Pftnnze und Wasser. I3enrb. von M. J. Adrie.ul, et al.; redi;,.crc von O. Stocker. 1.I•lentph.'islology. i. Title. u. Title: Enc;clor,edta of plant phyatotegy. Q.Ii`711.R83 i ti"v-3135 r v Library of Congress ~r57g1~ 1
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50253 0575 a QK 861 St BOTANICAL CHEMISTRY, V.4--8/STEROIDS & STEROLS--BIOSYNTHESIS, V. 4/ v.4 TERPENOIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY, V.4/CAROTENOIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY, V. 4/FATTY ACIDS--BIOSYNTHESI PHOSPHOLIPIDS,V.4/TOBACCO--AMINO ACIDS,V. 5/TOBACCO--TISSUE CULTURE,V.6,7/ TOBACCO--DISEASES & PESTS--VIRUSES, V.9/NUCLEIC ACIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY, V. 6/ LIGNINS,V. 7/FLAVONOIDS,V.7/ALKALOIDg=-METABOLISM,V.7/QUINONES,V.7/GLYCOSICES,V.7/ NATURAL PRODUCTS, V. 7/PLANTS--PHOTOSYNTHESIS,V. 8/ THE BIOCHEMISTRY OF PLANTS, A COMPREHENSIVE TREATISE Volume 4 ri.ipids: Structure and Function ((9ti•o ) P. K. Stumpf, Editor Volume 3 1~Amino Acids and Derlvatives (Iqg0) B. J.Afi/lin, Editor 6 Volume 6+~Proteins and Nucleic Acids AbAhamkurcus. Editor / ~ Volume 7 VSecond y Plant Products E. E.nn, Editor C i981) (asl) P. K. Stumpf and E. E. Conn EDITORS-IN-CHIEF Depurcmrnc of Biuchemislry and Biophysics Unil•ersiry of Caljfurnia Dacis, California 0 tVulume 8hoto ~ nthfsis (19 a~I/ J V 1• r. s, Y d.- rJ+,ur.f AI;AllhMIC-YKESS 4 Srrh, ''iar•• of N-rourr Brace Jnrnnorirh, Puhliehers
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50253 0587 .dift- . ~ 71 T_II Mo I Quinoxal.fnes I gr(I3 G'_ G V1 E l~ o C.. I
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50253 0568 r Aft Q u i ncnc; tx . .. /r /i3Ji' .IL 0 1 V f.
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50253 0584 a _._4- , ~ ; 400 ~tutnaxalinas~ v. ?. 1 ~ A ~ Advances iu heterocsclic chemhAry. v. 1- Idofc York, Acadelnia Press,1W3- I ~ v. dlagrs. 24 cin. Edltors : 1f1(a-- A. It. Katrltzky. Includcs bib!togrr.phy. 1. Fleterocyclic compounda-Collccted w•ork.s. i, Catrit:4y, Alan it., ed. Qll4Q0.A18 517.53 G2---1302 i 4 .j LIbrary of Congreas IU.315) n n i! -_ . 7 f-~'. 2 ~ i
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50253 0582 ` QSir.vni:f -aTo?m cca. VF Gn Plt+r.r. :[ 7y 1.`b: at oc<.u.t2 ..tj,n Gfi.~" ~1G~g ~)?^~GSt~ ~i:Fv?Sa:. 24 2953 3::'':) U •~ ( ~ (1 n r, ,. 9,1 2 '? ;?
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50253 0558 y, a V.1-6: CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC/SYNTHESZS, ORGANIC/ VOL. 1: IiYLROCARBONS/. . " "lItALOGEN COP.iPOU:JnS/ALCOI[0LS/P}IF:`iOLS/I:TIIEP.S1 PEROXIDES/ALDI:IIYI)ES/1:I:TOIdES/(~UIN7.T.IiS/ A?'•O~fATICITY/CAttBANIOPIS/CAP.hOCATInNS/ VOL. 2 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS/PIiOSPHOROUS C01•IPOUNDS/?IITRITES/:~TTROSAMINES/I:'•tI:7LS/:iITRONES NITRILES/ISOCYANIDL''S /Ai•tIi`IESAI•fINO ACIDS/: VOL. 3: SELI:VIUI,t/:. ._ •.VORGAa0METALLIC CO'.tPOUraDS/SULFUR COMPOUNDS, OP.CANIC/ ORGANOSILICON C0NIPOUNDS/BOROiJ--ORGA?':IC CIIL''~fISTi~Y/SILICON ORCA'.•:IC CO'-iPOUi:DS/ SELENIU`•t ORGANIC CO`iPOU2;DS/TELLURIUM ORGANIC CO`iPOUPIDS/ VOL. 4: AZIN :S/-'vRIDINES/AZOLES/?YRIllIC:1_:S/QUI,:OLIN3S/NITROG~N---iiE'."ER&::YCLIC C0I°fPOiJtrn; OXYGEN-IIF,TEROCYtiLIC COiiPOT,"-1DS/S'JLFUR--IIETEROCYCLIC CO'-TOUNi)S/ISOOUI2;0LIaES/ VOL. 5: NUCLEIC ACIDS/PROTEINS/A:•iQN0 ACIDS/PEPTIDFS/CAR?3nIlYDRATES--CS}'.IISTRY/ LIPIDS--CHE'iISTRY/LIPIDS---BIOCHE'•1IS.'RY/aI(1SYVTH}•:SIS/ALLALOII)S--;>InSYNTHES~S/ VITAPiIN Bl2 /TERPEt~'OIDS--BIOSYNTHESIS/iCAP.0TEi10IDS--~3IOSYNTIILSIS/VIT:1"IIv A QC>G ANTIBiOTICS/::UCT EOSIDES/ P0:.PIiYRIN/SHIKI`tIC ACIn `4F.T,1?OLITL'S/ / OD 251 Co 1979 COMPREHENSIVE ORGANIC CHEN6ESTRY Volumo 1/StereochemEstry, Hydrocarhons, Gdir.d by 1 F. STODDART f Nalo Compounds, Oxygen Compounds LR<MRS.rT Of SNtFFRLD Volume 0 Nitrogen Compounds, Carbozylic Acids. Edu.J by 1. O. StIlHt:h1.AN[` Phosphorus Compounds u"r„yASma.il%tti..ODL The Synthesis and Reactions of Or anjc V°I°m",3 Surphur, Selenium, Silieon, g Organomctallic Compounds Cor ipounds 'Vylum# -s' f4tor4clic Compounds - - -..... ..n n nw W. DAV1D OLLIS. F.R.S. logical Compounds vorume a r-mula, Subject, Author, Reaction, and Reagent Inde:ce: eoron, !.'di:.d by D. NCVILLI: 1ONIiS ~ Ul.TTRNIY or 3Nt3flFlo J • L•dircd by P. G. SaUntGS / iH5 RIY tTm1kiTr. tO.U07I Fdlred by F.. kIASUMU /11 VAtYCR1nY Or N/FJIL lD Fdi[td by C.1. DRAYTON r/ rrJCwnON rYU.ouoOD
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50253 0589 QUINOXALIaES/C}IE;,;ISTRY, HETEROCYCLIC/IIETEROCYCLIC O43MI'OUNDS/ CONDENSATION PRODUCTS(CIiEMISTRY)./.___.._ THE CHEMISTRY OF HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS, A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS) Editors: Arnold Weissberger & Edward C. Taylor 0,3s QD 400 We 1979 CONDENSED /PYRAZINES ' =:- Ei. W. 11. Chcesentan DEPARlTttLW OF Cli{:%,tISTRY. QUE.rN E1.171.BET71 COll.EGE UNIVE.PSfIY OFW\'UON R. F. Cookson I JANSSEN PHARMACEUTICAL LTD. AN INTERSCIENCE ® PUBLICATION ~ u' 7 JO[iN YV71.EY & SONS NI:W 1'Oltii • CIiICIIESTER • BRISBANE •TORONTO 1 f. ir... . ~~ ~i
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50253 0578 ~ Quinoneew•Ite3uctases, v. 7, 2nd ed. 1111i 1~..•y! YH:-SF cV ILQ..'U Cy s{j: rl.Cy Lardy catut] i;QL 1 ttiJrhsck. 2d ed„ a cocr.ple.tf- I}• Y 1."i9, o h~6 yJek, a v. A 1;-uR;. 24 c;y. Inr,ludca blhZlcgrephy. C) n i
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50253 0586 .1 PHENANTHROLINES/ISA':QGI'sNS/TNT?OLO +FS/AT.APENTAI.ENES/ANNULEISS/nifINOXALINr$. QD Advances in 400 Ad 1978 H ~ 1 hR x.OC.!i_ CLIC CHEMISTRY Volume 22 Edited by A. R. KATRITZKY A. J. BOULTON Academic Press • New York San Francisco London • 1978 A Subsidiary of 1I arc' ourtBrace Jovanovich, Publishers I 4
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~ CtIIa•tTSTRY, TEiIi•,7ICAL~III.CTIo~AIAkII:S ?'OLS.1-6/1rATITPAL GAS/TAR/HY^ROCAi:T.MS/ PETRCLF.iTt/F.EFI?IERY PROCI:SSI;S, PLrP.OLFU"I/IiYDROCARP,OIvS, CHLORINAi'i:D/EXPLOSIVFS/ FLUOP.INE COPII'OUNDS/RRO.'flitiTE C0.'•fPOIINnS/I0DIRTE CO~iPOLTRDS/ALCOIInLS/FTI'.IERS/OXIDI:S/ ALDI:IIYDES/ACI:TAT.S/I~.F.TONES/I:FTI:NI,S/QiJI:30NES/CAItEOXYLIC ACIDS/ESTERS/DYF.S/ NITROGEN COIIPOITidDS;ORCr.ANIC/SULF[?P, COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC/t1RGANOMETAL'i.IC CO2-iP0(N7S/ ~O~LTIjIC/P't I:.dOLS/IIALIDES/ANItYDRIDI:S%PIsROXIDPS, ORGANIC/PI~RACIDS/ESTI?".S/ / PITC,i/ REF Cf'.EMIC.;L Tk:L'11%'OL0G1':AN ENCYCLOPEDIC TRFAntENT. TY The Econonic Application of r.odern Technological Developments Based upon 9 a work eri:;inally devised by the late Dr. J. F. van Oss. Ch General Editor ORGANIC Clil:*tICA.LS A': ) PLVCTICS- 1972 T.J.IJ. van Thoor '`' `W)" O x K )%:'•RNES & Tr OB LE BOOKS (u division of Harper & Row Publishers, 1 nc.) ...- _. -~_.. ~ - ~._ r ~ .~........ _~ _._. ...... ._. .... _ _ ~._._. ~.~_~ __ ~~ T _ _ - ..... ._. . _- --_-...-.. w. . .., .,.T _ . . . , _ ..._.. _, _ - () , i in ! - 50253 0573
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50253 0588 ! qu inox«iilies ~ ., ..;,,~,..., r, :.... ,.,.....,.. i)`y' I:. C%e TLt.iE~~~.~wt.r.;, -+:7.q'aI ..~ , sv.- !1 I't 0 rl
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i*w 50253 0590 . + RJR TRANSLATION ~ FILTER-TIP MATERIALS/ RJR CLASS NO. TRANSLATIO?1 + Straeten, P. V.; „QpsftlC~tt~;-•G:;' Poppe, G. (Tabacofina Soc., Vaartkasi) DENIER PER FILAMENT MEASUREMENT OF C1:I,LULOSE ACETATE FIBERS BY 2•iICROSCC' EXAMINATION. *(Mesure du denier par filament de fibres en acetate de cellulose par examen'an microscope.)* y. '. Ann, Direc. Etudes Equip. SEITA 1974 (No. 12) 35-46 (1974) (in French English translation available). \ I I .4 a r, n .3
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50253 0593 . . ; .. -- - ,. .. .. , . .. 77. X Ca-78 S.P: RJR CLASS NO. PAr!PHL1:T 71 X Ca-78s.p. Daily Packet Times, Orjllia, Ont., Can. I`QUIT CCLD` O' CUfi BACK: `~ Daily Packet Times, p. not given (Jan. 25, 1978) (in English) The fatest is simply to quit "cold" as done successfully in September by Reg Meadley, city engineer. Non-smokers cannot appreciate what a marvelous effort this must be because the smoker decides, after a certain point in time, he or she will not smoke. The physical consequences, however, are said to be excruciating, with'everything' from depressing withdrawal feelings to periods of' hyper*_ension.
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~ ElrlerGeid, Robert Coolcy, 1904- ed.. I-Ietcrocy-clu; compoinicls. New York, Wiley t1Jitl}- v. 21 vnt. Biblia;raliliiczl footnotes. CoNTr;xre.--v. 1. Three-, four-, and six-menibered compoiuius com- tn?nin,, one 0, N, and 6 aroiu.-v. 2. 1'olycyclic live-++nd slxanetahercd comlwunds coutaiuing one 0 or S atom.--v. 3. 1'olycyclic dertcati%t-, of pyrrole; lwul,•cyclic• c}•stcws with one nitrogen cuuin-iou to l,o,l: rinrti; hyriudir.c• iuui rrlati~d cun!pounds.---v. 4. Quinoline, i:zoquitwliy:o, and their lqmro derivutiv".-v. 5. N'ive-metnhered heterocycles cou- tainin;; two htteru ctlotus aud their beuzu dcrivativos. 1. 1t:elerocyc•lic cotnpountls. Qll-100. L•' 1 Library of Cuneress <,) 547 troi bZ21 50-7589 rcv 2 .~ .. . ,.._.-r.-., 7
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50253 0591 TP 715 Ti 1970 2 C. , PDDi 1 C. , .r,.... , .•.-.......~. T ..-r^r5T-~, ~. .. COOKF.HY, INTI:ItNAT103t:1T./COOIC1300E:S--EUROPF./ by ,Tors ~ffbe•1ndd Michael and Frances rield and the Editors of ~ TIME-r 1FE BOOKS TIME-LIFE GOOKS. NEW YOF,K
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50253 0574 QUII`IONES/SYIJTHESIS,ORGAVIC~LABELk~i? ~;OItPOU~IDS/RADIOACTIVr TF.AC.:i.S/ CFiE~fYJitZY; ~h''C•Aiv'IC--SY'+]=1tL5TS/t2.aD~?IS!1TC1L'ES- a't~AI`LI-.CCHEMISTRY--SYNT'dESI:1 4 THE CtiEh1ISTRY OF Fu,"1CTlONAL GROUPS A series of adranced treatises iii;''er the se~reral editorsliip of 974 Professor Saul Patal Thecbemis'iry of ~ • Edited by~"`" °~ ; SAUL PATAI ~ The Hebrew University, Jerusalem `~ quino-noid, compouna's ~ volS•: 1974 t LONDON - NEW YORK - SYD`EY - TOROti"['W-- dn Inlcrscier.ce ® Publication PART 7 1C 7 s . .. •---- + ~~: . .. ._ . . ~ •!. :-4 .. 1i JVtiN W1LGY & JUNJ
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50253 0600 /AGRICULTUP.E`.L PRODUCTS--C0:1AtERCE-a-`STATISTICS/ ~r ~ .r : . .. 4 L a. ~ .. . . . ! _• .:+ 370TPUn 1975 . t. <: . ~10 ` tj D ••:lv ,. r Cc;rt: ;:.." in trr~. (fleviscdj .~,cfs t... .....,,r :r;r tro>t. $•..t:rli::ficn x.W f.'.•nc!, 11, . , ~
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50253 0595 J__ • . I l 77 X Wi SMOKING tIABITS--P.ELINOUIS}?IKG/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMF'IILET 77 X~~ Winston-Salem Journal UIT . StfOKING? YES, YOU CAN D0 IT. Q.: ,..- _. Winston-Salem Jour. 1977, p. E18 (Feb. 27, 1977) (in English) {"i,the bcisic ingrcdients for successful quitlir.ig are \lotivdtion -.Vinding strong, tinportant, per• ~ sonal reilsons for wanting to give up cigarcttc•s, ~ reasons that will help to reinforce your decision to quit v:hen the going gcrts rough. Insight - Uca;erstandin;; what cigarettes do for you so Uh.~t you can•find substitutes and learn to do %vihout them. Since differcnt. people snioke fur diffgrcnt reasons, what works for one would-be ~ quitlrr may nut work for anothcr, ~ Attitude - Viewing quitting as a plus,.as attain• ing a new sense of self-control and cstccm, %vi!i { makc it a lot easier than if you think you arc giving ~ sumething up' --- , . ~
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50253 0596 i Re_df P. D. QUiNUi,I:zD.T.i.i. .',...~ . ....~3 t~ ~~.{:r.-.:,~I3s, ~ Y. 0, Re:ed ~....~ ...~.. .. .... ~ ~ .. n,.. .. . jO:~::. A.1. 6) a ?4-!5J M!1Z
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50253 0554 I ~ .i , Chemical & Pharnaceutica2 Bull /Vol. 8, N October 1960 547. 831.1: 542. 422. 4 133. Hlidcyo Shindo :iulies on the Infrared Spectra of Ieteroc~•clic Co:npounds. ~l '? Infrared Spectra of P~ZonosuUstitutecl rQuinolines a.nd tUeir NI-Oxities. (Tal;arrhre IicsrRrcl: LaLoratory, Sankyo Co., Ltd.*1) a .' 10, 845-55, fr"ff .~~ . UD In a previous vsorl: of this series, the infrared spectra of sub:;tituted hyridin; s'") and tlteir N-oxicle`s;,') and substituted pyrzzines and their N-oxi(Ies') have been invcstifiated, and the shecyra cllarclctc:: istics of the compounds containing the aromatic rin;;-nitrot;en and the N-oxlde group were estal>lisbed and di:;cussed. The purpose of the present :.tuciy is to extend the :,tudies on tht:se lnonocyclic compounds to polynuclear eompettuul'. Thus, the infrared s4>t`c'tr1 of substittttetl (juinolines rtncl their N-it.ides were ex:uniucd. The intrare;l spectra of moltonietilylctuinoiicius have bcen reported p;-eviou:clyb) and, more recently, tLose of polytnetll\•Jcllltrwllnes n•rrr, dcscribeci by I:arr, ct 1r1.'t "l1te iltfra- 1'ed spectra of ;otu- l:incts of 4 -snbstitutetl ituinoli»c~ :tud their N-o.itles have been rel»rted by Costa, et al.°) but any detailed s:uclies on tl.e N--oJcle coJnpouncis have not becn rnnclc as yet. Inl tlle ~~rese~ltr34vorl,;l tll~; infi;lrc,~hs,,c~trat~f ~.L~ mono suh:; itntccl quinolinrs, quinc~line ~,-0::1~1C an(1 )t.~ lr)`t1l`1'ib.stlvd. "nCl the N'-0 StrCtCllifi}T frCY1 t1CnCICS and ,..,........n.• ,1 .1:............1 '1`1.., ...t.,.. ,.1 I
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50253 0601 ~.. . . *jiP,CCO--PURLEY/, ~ ' . . . iui.... . .....~_~~ . ... . . . .. _ .. . . . _ .. ....... . . . .. . ~ • ...~ ~ 76 XI Mc RJR CLAS5 h0. PA2i11iLET 76 XI 1`icl '- 1 McManus, B. R.; Keller, L, H. (Tennessee Dep. Agr. Econ. Itdral Sociol., Tenn.; U., S.) ATTITUDES OF BURLEY TOBACCO QUOTA OWNERS TOWARD,Q~UOTA TRANSFERS AND GOVERt7ItENT CONTROL. Tenn. Farm Hone Sci. 1976 (No. 97) 35-37 (1976) (in English) i
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50253 0607 ~ Q2.1 Qil ut at.ions --Dictf.or~uric . ~ ~ 0 The Concise Oxford dlCtlonary of quotations. London, Ncmr 1'ork, Osfor<i IiniN-ersity Yress, IJCI. 4S1 p. 20 cm. (Oxford paperbacks no. 86) j Au ubrid,ment of the 1953 ed. of The Oxford dictionary of qnnti- tious. 1 i i i f! 1. Q1lotiltlnllS. P\ C081.U`J 13G-1 ~~ u0S.83 GI- 5 i 17I Ubrary of Con,-recs ~1-22 :7
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50253 0606 tlu3tai:i.orz::. The Concise Oxfqwr(l aictionary of quotations. Lo,idon, Ne:r Yorl., Osforcl Press,1JC4. 4811). 20 cna. (Osford paperbacks no. 86) An aiLritigment of the 1`.t-33 ed. of The Oxford dwiion: r}• of quo:a- tions. 1. Qttotations. P\6081.09 1961 Library of Congress 80S.8S E4-57Y71- ~~ I
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_ Q 123 Bo 1969 PDDL .._- t DICTIOt:ARM--QL'OTAT_IGNSA QUDTAi'IONS/ 4800 Quotations on More Thati 600 Sub;ects Complete Author Index Published by CAREER INSTITUI•E ~ 555 E. Y.ange Street Mundelein, Illinois 60060 /I111t) dim 50253 0598 INS`~l~'ANT QUO~~~~'Ial~,r DICTIONARY Compiled by Donald 0. Bol;mder, s.s., 2.f.A. Director of Education, Career Institute Doloics D. Varner Gary B. \\'right, E.A. Stcp2jr--ni:. N. Greene ~ a :~. J ,.. .'I
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50253 0604 r F_-.,._ . jti k r .. 6-.1 : 7 i s t l a• Q11(ltY.t• i-n;=:. Bartlett, John, 1820-1J05, comp. Familiar quotations; a collection of passa,,cs, pljra~es anci proverbs, traced to their sources in anelr.nt• an(l modern literature. Christopher Morley, editor, J.ouellr 1). F.verel r, associate editor. 12th ed., mv. s:nd ei.1. Fiostnn, Littlc. Brown, 1918. xlii, 1831 p. 25 cm. 1. Quotntiona. r. Morley, Chrlstcphrr Va~lfngion, e:. II.11tle. l~1 YN6081.1327 191:, 1 808.8 98--1lrC::~' Ltb,ury of Congre,,3 151oyi1 7
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50253 0602 THE HOME BOOK OF pf QUOTATIONS Classical and JVlodern SELECTED AND ARRANGED BY BURTON^STEVENSON 4~ Ci f~ f~ Editor?J'be'~lo,n`eBook'of Vnre I can tell thee where that tavicR wu bnrn ,
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50253 0594 .~la....a .1 *4'AZGN/ TOBACCO--Sr10KID'G--REI It7QU7SIIIP•G/SPIOKIKG H iJ3ITS--AP'TI-Sj10KING CA ~ .._ . .tv~..... . _ . . .~~_..., l _... .. . . ._. ....... ' ....5._....-.1 ... ... ..._ .. .. . . ....... _. ~TOBACCO--SNOKI;;G--FSYCIIOLOGY/SMt)KING HABITS--RELIiyQI ?G/ . 74 X Me •. . RJR CLASS 110. PAMPIIL•ET 74 Xlfe Metrolina Lung Association; Seventii-day Adventist Church ; QiIIT~ S:IOi:I~G:r~fiOli=',i(?itF.Y; =TllAT'S ~ iIARDa4 Charlotte Observer 1974, p 1B (July 12, 1974) (in English) *1974, No. 14, W 5748* *d* , Tobacco sedicine:(analysis) : ~ .. I . . ~ . . . . . . ~ . . .. . , _ _ ,
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. ~ . .' . .~ ~ 50253 0608 72 Vi Re=80 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 Vf Re-80 s.p. Ahmad, S.; Chaudhry, M. S.;?~Qfi1fd87"ri01I`~} (Pakistan Inst. of Nuclear Sci. and Tech., Rawalpindi, Pakistan) DETERMINATION OF TOXIC ELEMENTS IN TOBACCO PRODUCTS BY INSTRUMENTAL NEUTRON ACTIVATION ANALYSIS Journal of Radioanalytical Chemistry 54 (No. 1-2) (1979) (in English) *Keywords: arsenic, cured; brophline, cured; selenium, cured; mercury, cured; antimony, cured; cobalt, cured; rubidium, cured; chromuim, cured; zinc, cured; iron, cured; copper, cured; mangasnese, cured; scandium, cured; sodium, cured; potassium, cured (constituent) The concentration of 15 elements in vuious bracds of citarette tob3cco and cigarette wapa ing papcr ss•crc detc:r.iincd using instrur:cnlal nc itron actis'auon analyirs. The paper of somc of the brands contatns hirtcr cor•.irntratwns of toxic elc:ncnts than tac tobacco. The ciparcttc fJtcr and t'ic ash u•cre also ai:afyrcd to dctcrrr,ine the :d,orptioa of toxic e:ements on the fJtc: ar.d t!xir uansfrrcncc in sr.ioRC. Thc toxic effrcts of some of ttNe elcments have bcen brictly discussed. 040n cl r i;_ S 2•-l ~~ ,
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Psychosom. Med. 30 809-818 (1968) A& ' 80 II Ey-81 s.p. Correlated Cardiovascular Adrenergic and Adrenocortical Responses to Sensory and Mental Annoyances in Man ~ Potential flccessory Cardiac Risk Factor ~ IMIT. With the technical assistance of P. Schoudel and S. Stone In view of current interest in the neurogenic and honnonal aspects of myocardial metabolic patliogenesis (mutuafly potentiating catecholamine- and glucocorticoid- cardiotoxicity, according to Selye), cardiac adrenergic functional and adreno- eortical secretoryy responses were tested in normal subjects under standardized mild sensory and mental stress es. The results suggest an exaggerated stress j irrRblctyidi(•3duals and a possible cardiopathogenic sig- , regIti%i(3 of(qmot}onal( :es in predisposed personality types. ,
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50253 0597 EIl~LIOGRMMIC OATA z PB 241 355 711 `p~ "°i z~, 7s-04 S•1EET Rcpun D.tc . r~ .TT.T~~tu e Caci,d~l.~lts in the Urwn AL~+oephere Jarnf , 1975 . 6. • '. Arclod.) E. 1'.A mrnlr QR..nit.non Rep• J. E. QI~On; a.•d R. A. Fbdden 1• ptdae:nR Cb,.n~ur~..n \ae.e .n~ A,:,aca 10. Ptol•ct'Tsk/~'ork Unit \o• North,*~ste.m U:)iversity 10.034 FJL.1YtCL`,, II. 60701 , 11.Cootnct/Gur..'o. i of i"~.~.1: i: Utiv_-sitr :-sitr: cf Illi:.ois, G'~i , IL 60680 I1 Spoe+o..r.j CY.4 .mt.rwn \'.u .nd A.lura 11 Type ol Rcpat & PerioJ Illilnis Inst.itute for ETrvizvrm~ztal Quality C...ne 30S kest t~shirx;`~a) FINAL fhicago, IL 60606 1~ 11 Svpplse•eauf >\oa• '{. AA.tro•t. • 4t)e csajor objoctivc~ of this stvdy were to Identify the mdin features of the photod~a-.:ca1 fcr-uticn of oxidants, to dcvelop an ta>derstarY3ing of the transpart and disp'_rsicn of photochcmical reactants an3 rctiction products, and to elucidate the rel.atiuti:.~•ips ttitwcx•s the different types of anissicn sourc~s anrl the fotru- tion of er•'r.~..ants in t!_ ..iz. l~hususcmnts of ozone in Illinois at a n~r of monitorinr stations d:>~r.ir>g Cbe sun~kir of 1974 s1~.~r that Lhe oo~rr~ntratio~is cxcx~c.3od s the abia:nt'air c#aulit~y, stanf.ud for oxidanc•~ cn3 nul,Der occns ions .' 9•he ~ dd11Y pC3~,. ,1C•• aOllr oZC(a: is in CC7)era.l hinh fn.~ •---_ra'.]]res alld low Wih1 77
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50253 0592 a 1 III llu2-76 yOL. 81, NO. 9 JOURNAL 01: (il:Ol'IIYSICAI. RL'SL'ARCH MARCN 20. 1916 S'P' A Search for Short-Term Metcorolosical Effects of Solar Variability in an Atmospheric Circulation Model R. C. J. SOSIGRVILLE,r%tiVi~}i:Q~J~ltk,JJ. E. HANSEN, A. A. LACIS, AND P. H. STONE= lnJrirure jo. Sparc Srudies, Goddard Space flight Cenrer, A'ASA, New York. New York 10025 A sct of numcricad eepcriments is carricd out to test the short-ranFc scn.itivity of the Gi.s (Goddard Institutc for Space Studics) gluh.d aunosphcric fcncraf circulalion modcl to ch:ingcs in solar cor»I.rnt and ozonc amount. Thcsc csperuixnts eunsiet of frucc, %ls inili;rliicd with aclual atmo%phcric dala.One set of forcrastc is made %% ith a st. r.dard cersion of thc model, and another sct uecs the modc) modif;cd hy %ery different \'JIuCs of the solar ConslJnt (tNo thlfds and three hakes of the %Iandiyd value) and of the ozone amount (icre and mice the slandard amount). 7"clve•day integratwns Nith Ihcce very large vari:nions sho%% such small cffccis Ih.,t the cficcts of rcalistic variations Noufd almost certainly be insiFni6cant meteoro(ogically on this time scale. RNTRODucrto% calculations of encrgy transfcr by solar and terrestrial radi- The study of potsible physical mechanisms by which solar ation make uSe of modcl-generatcd Gelds of cloud and water variability might ir.fluence v.-eather (oi time scales of a few vapor. The solar radiation parameterization [Lacis and Han- days or a few weeks) is diflieult both because the efrects are sen. 1974) inc!udes the ozone absorption, the diurnal variation apparently weak and because the causes arc probably com- of the solar zenith angle, and the diurnal and seasonal %aria- p!icated. Recent examp!:s of the qlics of effects for µhich tions of so!ar ff ux. The ozone amount and %crtical distribution explanations arf kour' t incljtde sjatistj al r,~tinq,Sj,inc.Js,. 2f the,mo~~l sre based on results summarized by .tfnnabc ar,d ~ [1961) and vary latitudinally and seasonally. modcl has produced a realistic simulation of tropo- e/r.cnn, rvi in, n; rvr(rnrer n/, 197 1: Ivi!tr~•~ !0751. R.c; ye r,hr sPncrlc January climatology [Sonnercille er al., 1974) and has enerretic variations assuciated with so!ar s•ariability a:c small demonstrated a 2-day forecasting skill approximately equal to pereentagewise and because the more direct effects are likelr to that of current operational numerical ~~ e~ther prediction mod-
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[p4'L(/!/T r1,!!/vs/' 1c r• 7 RE FG7 4z 14 e, / / q 71 BAR]JETT'S IF J~~'AMILIA , ovorcArr'oNs , - LEONARD LOUIS LEVINSON
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50253 0615 RJR CLASS N0. 'TEXTHOOK RC 327 Wo 198f Wolthuis,O. BEHAVIOURAL TOXICOLOGY: EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND RESULTS IN MAN, Medical Bioloc,iical Lab.,Ri jswijk, The Netherlands.81. (IN ; ENG. ) ISN = 1537 04 . 0 0 0 0 ~ 6 2 GG 4
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50253 0625 ~ i yT1 (I lu~, (i TV~.~~~/•.1^!•' iT•7*"'c.a ~n..} -~ u.,~ ,G!.,4 r„ ~.ly LaY' p _ . .. ~: . .. . . .. / c7.c11 1.)rl j tt 1
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• . .illi!.if•- ii)Y0 }'}'.S1S/ ' . aLm 50253 0620 "MR CLASS :10. PA`:fPIILET 74 V1I Mc :icl,cil, J. N. ;,~Rabb';';-R. °LI- (:' C. State L'niv., Fa:1ei;;h, N. C., U. S.) ' PHYSICAL ti:7 Pa`iSIOLOGIC.V. FACTORS IN DIAPAL'SE INITIATION OF :':.10 HYPER- P;.?..1SIT_ES OF TnE TOi,ACCO ::0: \i:OR`t, :L1Li1)L'CA S:: ;TA. C. State Univ., Tobacco Reprinr Series, No. 425, 1973) Jour. Insect Physiol. 1°, 2107-21>S (1973) (In English) *197':, No. 6, W 1954* *J:e ~ Tobacco agricui:ure• ~..s ...w.~..~~_..:..._~~.~~-..•~.. _...~._.......--`.._...~•.-.~ss._.a.l:.<r~,.....~ti. ~...r....+..a-~...:.:...a ~-7.a•i.....•1:~~Ua..i.s...;...+.a..-ea.i-•Y4.,_ .~ . .... ~ ~ i t) 0 2 S 0
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50253 0583 1tLT CP 251 N. 1977 e • . ~. i L , ./ AI'If11iFS AF ENE AT~'D . AP}RT'J11.ENE/ METHODEN DER CHINONE ORGANISCHEN CHEMIE (110UI3EN-1VEYL) 11EwTIL VOLLIC N[U C6STALTET6 AOTLACL t.asctttaw .. EUCEN 11ULLER CHRISTOPII GRUND}IA1KN fiT11D~mCR1& OfA rsalal lPtffi9r. a OTTO BArIR ua.cwscw o Lir>h'[IMY R j/[Cp• •W~tRtT ~.11 6 2 2 3 8. ULRICH - It. RICHTER ..Tt YttlL CT t" -I" " » 'V!Y 77 t.Tan st...aaa rn.e.a.a"m ,f ' RAnn v1Ir3a TE1L I p-CHINONE DER BENZOL- UND NAPHTHALIN-REIHE sunctctaw T.w
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50253 0626 f ~ VII ~ 1taA9 ! (1969) P, .,.,.,~.:. t=, ~.r:~.r,~,rs v ~ cO:<C-=•. .~:.,-us, by (12. C. SCp-rQ L'i':'i.v. io`.•GczO L.r:PrisIC °ie.:`LGf; .'~.ep?'i.t.t li.e•14: t'r:l. E.Y+I.~"i~F-al. sCIG'. rn. +I (liC2e 1) 1!5"12C3 (l96ks)
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50253 0628 I i VII RaA 7 i~; p~4laccl £bL~t: Ann. 59 }.=?6S) r v _ .--
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50253 0603 TlP,IsI,9i c riix0,'qPi~-l - - 499 0 , Contemporary Quotations Compiled by . f~7~2cf B. 1iqf01'l ~_~ I1 t: . :i 2 . i ry 3
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TOBACCO--SiNtOKING--PASSIVEf TOFACCJ--S*tOKING--ANTI-STtO1:ING CAr!PAIGN/ Tii-X-Aml--' American--Association for the Advancement of Science INDOOR AIR QUALITY Source: Confidential Unofficial Unedited Transcript, Variously pagcd, 52 pp. tv typed, Shook, Hardy & Bacon, Kansas City, Missouri (Feb. 1976) Arranged by I:aht. If. R%.an (Reyearch 1)irectvr, S.T.0.1'...1(unfrctt(, (1tte.) Saturday. 21 Februar) ! Sheraton. l.ihert} C 2:00 p.m. Pt•es di n-": indour Air Qu• ity-Current Statu4 of KnuwIcd;;r JOIt` E:. Yueo4,(t'it'r Pre.,;. tt,r,! ('hirl' f:ny., Tl;('- ~'orLu~v,t F: r,1lunrl, ll'v(/u r.fi.ld, !'utt te.! 7'h• Res. Inalttt'nce of To 4rn Cumbtt,ti„n E'rvilncC.; r,n In,loor Air Quwlity ia1~~kTUX trR~ (l'rul, t!I (JCt<tp"e(irt,•n! Il-nl(h, Iirttd. I Sch. nf 1't,blir ifrrr(lf+; (:niu. of PiN..h's irht Indoor Air Qtutlity,-Ilf t•itlence for Eiealtl: faiects E1F:NJA\IIN (i. 1'''t:RRt\, Jf:. (('r•VI: nf //a(ti`it rtud JuJil~, ~rh uf 1'~tb(ic Hetthh, fh,tetud C,ris•.) Le);al :~~cpecta u~n;moker~' Riqhts GLt:NV :\. Gt)Lt-ttEt:G (Gen. C'oi,nsel, :lcrin„ „t, .5trtok- irr2 Lr,ry~ 11e~t1(h {t'ttsltirtt)to,t, D.C.) '~ Discussant~s• PA17t. G.%>tF r.,)S (.•Issuc. P,•(1f. of llterrtu,t Det•el.. Jt. itlary'x Coll., $t. tUarysc Ci(y, Md.), Mi,t:,oN G)R-,, Bt;`.ta.ul:r G. F'ERRtS, .)tt., (i1,F:N\ A. C:n_-r#;3E'tC, K.1RI. H. R,t.aB, U.at•rU G.rWIt.SUN (ProJ: of .tleclt. C,rg., A!!T), And JOHN E. Yoco>i "" , o~:1 be publ. by jAcademic Press ($40.)
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, Guthrie t F. E. Tobacco ins9ct co::trol--1975-~ by F. E. Guthrie, R. L. F,bbb and H. E. Scott. Ra1eiGh, North C-irolimri Agricultural ~-:xtension Service, 10.36 From: 1956 Pesticide t;3nuol. _. ..r . .-..- ...r.-.• ~.---. .. ~ - -- • ~
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50253 0645 : Par.iphiet 'Z71 A i ALM ~ UnpuL-lished ;apers on toba.eco culture, 19>3. 5 parts.
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50253 0610 g.a:f1 dC~ .~.~c • 7,19e /- io 9) 8 IT Ey-81 s.P.- RZ"Nle:dsVresJor,,,:Time: Seriec DAVID A. PIERCE* With time eeriee data, the conventional regteauion 141 is a nebulous ooncept, a" the explained variatiuu consists in prrt uf variation that ean be attributed merely to past values of the d4,pendeat variable. 'I'bw tr is extremely sensitive to preRlteriag urm•rptione such ai 6iet diRerencing. This article develope and iUu.tratwc an alternative 10 eoaoept, which eliminat,w this ambiguity by mwwuring the e:- pLaatory power of a timu a:rio.-rngreeeion mwwlrl relative to that of tbe pad valuea of the dependent variable alone. Tbe varianceto ee explained by the model ir thus taken to be ttw ianovation vari- ..oe of the dependent varirbla KEY WORD$: Relationships, Measurement of; Coherence; Re- pbedon relations; Time w•riei regruwion; Cur.Oicient of detenmina- l" ~ 1. INTRQDUCTION n 6 } 6 In n minatit,.. .o ~.,.....,... ....~ ~. .»_ -----• .- - --- tietics in the modeling of relationships between a set of tional variate, that is, what if any influences on tht dependent variable are to be eliminated before deter mining its variance. The ueual measure (1.1) has F oonetant meain effect first eliminated ; not doing thit would reeult in a raw K' [Js'(Yr') - E(Yi I s)J1E(Y") , (1.3) where z may or may not include a vector of onrs. In the other direction, there are the partial R' measures ol the percentage reduction in variance achieved by a set ,,pt v~r~~1cs s- (zl, z,), beyond and relative to that ~achfdvodjby the variables z, alone, s Corlsii - srls,.wI J/°r,:o • (1.4) The desired measure is, for the ca$e of independent ot}- i nrrvxtinn ru+tx. ueuallv unambisniouRlv detPrminrd hv_1lii- ,
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jV2s3 0654 III Du -77 S.P. 2 Dr. F'olfRang:Tolejf t :.Dtzc~laii~T~ttgeri ~t~be ~ LEGAL OPINION FOR THE FIRM OF IIAL'S NEIIERP,URG ON THE FOLLOWINC QUESTION: ARE THERE ANY IIAZARDS FROM A FOOD LAI? POINT OF VIEW IN INCREASING THE FILLING POIdER OF TOBACCO IN CIGARETTES BY PUFFINr, T'ITH TP.ICHLORO1METHANP. IN THE FOP.'d OF COMERCIALLY AVAILABLE FREON-11? -TRAN~~.e,t D~ou~O ~ U4
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50253 0619 - ~ '' .c•a..e ~v..~.~.ca a.~~ ~~ ~~ _ ~.~./~ ~ ~ ~~ 7~ Y' ~'•rti, •~.~o-.rr.c.r~c.~a .. _ a0 . / ' ~ RJR CLASS NO. YA~iP2ILI:T 72 VII Ra (North Carolina State Urav., Raleigh, V. C., U. S.) ~JATL'^.L.LY-OCCj BIOLOGICAL CO::TF.OI, I:; THE I:ASTER:1 UNITED STATES, WITH PARTIC[,Z,AP, TO TOBACCO I::SL'CTS. *(;~a C. State L'niv.. Tobacco Reprint Ser. 346.)* Reprinted frorl: C. 3. Iluffak_r, ed., Biological Control, Chapter 12, Plenum Publ. Corp., New York, N. Y. (in EnElisii) --- -~~. .:!:,. 1.CUJ iU:O.
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50253 0660 I ALM _ r._ .:.~.. .. _._~ ...._.._ .._.,~. _ ...,. .,.,~_..._~..,..~,.,.~:. .., Ac;sorption r.iet'_nod for the selxirution of anabasine, by ;;. S. I'aLinovich and It.:.. i'or _- 1ova. From: J. An. Chc,:i. L'SSR 2J::995..1(:0?. (19497. In Fn7lish. (t r,! :) ri, n f,
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1 i . NwvkO-q~:~ ... ~ .7+ 50253 0658 DISSL'RTATIONS--L'NIVERSITY 0F ARIZONA/ 76-E666 III Du2w7Q S.P. I ! DETERI•(INATION OF VERTICAL OZONE PROFILES FROl1 IIIGH-ALTITUDE ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY. The University of Arizona. Ph.D., 197S Geophysics Xerox University Micloiilms, AMwe«.irara».aoa 0 4 0 0 0 (1 ~6' u, 7 9 7 11
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; RNA POLYMERASE/ LUCIFERASE(firefly)/RACEMIZATION(enzytnatic)/GLYCOLYTIC ENZYMES/ 6oi ADVANCES IN ENZYMOLOGY Ad AND RELATED AREAS OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 1976 Founded by F. F. NORD Ed;ted by ALTON MEISTER CORAIELL UNIVERSITY StFDICAL COLLEGE, NEW YORK, NEW YORK VOLUME 44 1976 i AN INTERSCIENCE M PUBLICATION JOHN WILEY & SONS New York • Londvn • Sydney • Toronto 01 J ~! n i, t! I
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AM 50253 0661 . 16 1 Y)1a-7 7 ~ SURFACE Cl?r*1ISTRY / rTASSACIIUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TI?CIlNOLO(;Y INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGi'.A"t 7-29-74 THE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF SURFACES Ernest Rabinowicz, Department of Mechanical Engineering v d; n (; Cl (. f" 6 .3 0 (l
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72 III Re-79 ~ ` . Generation oiRespirable Aerosols of Power Plant Fly Ash for Inhalation Studies with Experimental Animals ti toitWG7M-bV', Kenneth D. 117cFarland, and Brian K. Tarkington Radiobiology Laboratory and California Primate Research Center, University of California, Davis, Calif. 95G 16 ® Methods and equipment have been developed and used for the laboratory generation of fly ash aerosols that simulate respirable particles in effluents from coal-burning power plants. Size-classified fly ash particles smaller than 5 µrn in aerodynamic diameter were dispersed with a Wright dust feed mechanism and passed throu„h a specially built cyclone separator to rcn~ovc a;;glomcratc~ and large particles. An "'Kr discharger reduced the aerosol electrostatic charre distribu- tion to Boltzmann equilibrium. 'rhe rrsulting aerosol was introduced intu a 3.5-mO exposure chamber suitable for ex- posure of rodents or nonhuman primates. During a 1tiA-day exposure period, aerosol samples collected by electrostatic ttrecipitation and examined by both transmission anq sca~ ninl; electron m~•oscA)y I~~cl ;tlt~a~cF~~e ~auntlnec~fin dir ..r n r,Q ,,,,, m tY2 iun S[:), t6th an average geometric t respirable particles than found in untreated exhaust gase, 13ecause particles larger than approximately 5 pm in aer dynamic (resistance) diameter (1),,,) iiave relatively hi: settlingspeeds (greater than 5 cm/min) and are not usua: carried long distances, the respirahle particles smaller th;. about 5 prn D,,, are the most likely to form stable aerosols . the atmosphere. The larger particles settle rapidly and ::: unstablc in the air. As the effltu:nt cools in the plant exhat: ducts, in the smoke stack, and fin;illy upon release to the i mosphere, ort;anic and metallic cuiul,ounels can diffuse to a: collect. on fly ash surfaces; the smaller, more respirahle p;, tictes will have a higher relative mass concentrat ion of the: ctrmpounda. :~ ~Sgudics of such arrusols need to emlih;i.iie these respiral)' parttclec To e xamine the potential he;ilth ha•r.ard ;tssl)ciatr with thcse flya.h aerosols, we have developed an impru<< mcthoxt for };encrat im; Ltboralory acmsuls uf tly a.h t hat ;t: erat;e mass mcdi;tn at•roxiyn;imic di;inicter of 1 ati tun tu.us µnr epresentattvc of t he respirahle aiv o:;ul, rclea.ed lrwn cu.. S1:), tvith nn avc•ri;;t• gcumctri.• aan<lard deviali(m uf I.tiS hurning puwcrplants.
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50253 0662 R:4bi€to~Y;t;il, Lwgrp,e,I~ 1J01- I'liotu ;, nthc:<is' .l retatc(1 pt•ocesses, by F,uhel,e I. lial~iifo~citctt .~ \eNV York, 1. 1., Interscience puLtislters, lnC., 1915 (lnci.ports.) rltagrs. °31 cro. ]nciudr~ hibll~ ~rr~pliles. CO\T6\TS.--I. l'heinlstry of Photoqynthe:aes, chemospnlLraia sr.ri rciateil processe~i In cttro end In vivo. jl . pt. 1. : rCC `1 O: Cc. AYl(: .'~l cl'C: ;C?aCC oi 1` }:o to.`: jI1'thCtiC Yinctics of Photor rr,thesis. 1. Pnotosyntticeie. 45-7?9a 551.13;34,,
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4 46 0253 0664 RJR TRANSLATION TOBACCO--SMOKE--MOISTURE CONTENT/ CIGARETTES--MOISTURE--TESTING/ RJR CU1SS NO. TSANSIATION Seehoter, F.; eanssen, D.; Vk16$Mr.W;Schroder, R. (3AT Cigarette Factories C.bB, les. Dev., Ha.burR, Cer.) TRZ W1TQ RESIDUS DURING 5?IOXIMG. 21iD REPORT. feitr. Taeakforsch. 3, No. 7, 491-503 (Nov. 1966) (in German - co.plete InRlish translation available) *T.ertords:* water, cured, constituent; hydrosen, moke, constituent; hydrosen, smoke, side atream, constituent; nicotine, cured, coostituent; phenols, cured, constituent; moisture, s.oke, constitnenE. The J&ow*s (ai Q.t`i t1j;o ~pttioal$ Qpaated during the soking of eisarettqit art cospared to cbe values actuallf found in the form of a balance.
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a 50253 0655 ~ CHRO*4ATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--LIOUIfl C1?ROMATOGRAPHY (HPLC) / 80 III Ra Adv. Chromatogra.17 53-•100 (1q79) Chapter 2 ION-EXCHANGE PACKINGS FOR HPLC SEPARATIONS: CARE AND USE :Ysearfo D~:-Rabel 4 WLatman Corporation C1lftoa, New Jersey ~; '~ n Cl !.~ . - i
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ALM 0673 50253 a.•Am. Rr... a TArrapr. Vol. 19. pp. 279 to 290. 19111 ~ OOOSi7967,8 1 /0102 79-1 2f02009 /_ Printed in Grea Pergamon Press Lid 8566 MB372 P 2- RACH S BEHAV RES THEFc 80 II Ey,81 THE PRIMACY OF AFFECT: - S• P• - SOME THEORETICAL IMPLICATIONS Psychology Department. Institute of Psychiatry, De Crespigny Park, London SE5 8AF, England , (Received 13 January 1981) Summary-The major parts of Zajonc s analysis of the relations between thinking and feeling are stated and elaborated. Some of the implications for abnormal psychology are drawn out and new questions posed. If aflective judgements are precognitive, instantaneous, automatic, irrevocable, primary, mainly non-verbal, inescapable, holistic and poorly related to cognition, what follows? The list of implicatibns includes references to the three-component analysis of fear, the irrational t elecr~ent jtt abno~mal behaviour, perplexity irl the ,f~ce of one's irrational behaviour, delusional ~; mookls, B~ndut~s t9erapeutic paladox. ,the tlow development of cognitive therapies, prepared fears, attribution and helplessness, and direct approaches to mood modification.
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50253 0672 .r1rRr A A.+ V I ~ 3Per;amon eu L~a Iya~? Pnn~ed ~n (irca~ lnw~ V 80 II Ey-81 S.P. EMOTIONAL PROCESSING Institute of Psychiatry. Department of Psychology. De Crespigny Park, Denmark Hill. London. SES BAF, U.K. (Received 16 lnly 1979) S.mmary-A working definition of the concept of emotional processing is presented, with the aim of integrating a set of clinical and experimental observations. If successful, the concept may belp to unify such apparently unrelated events as obseuions, the return of fear, abnormal grief neactiotts, nightmares, treattnent failures, and so on. FaLtors,tthat may facilitate•or impede emotilnas proassing are presented and some circum- ~; stancts th~t may give rne to iaitialdif6culties ui processing are mentioned A number of theoreti- al probkau are posed, and some methodological innovations offered.
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50253 0657 1 ,e,1.f fs,o..tu...t s.,aat pcy, worogy teL 12, No. t, .-_c4 i ,., .. , ..& 46 / ; DIASTOLIC BLOOI) PRE;SC RE RESPONSES FOLLOWING ; DIRECT AND DISPLACED AGGP.E:SIO~,' AFTER ~' j '1 AN GER AROUSAL IN HIGH- AND : 80 II Ey-81 _t L ~ ~: S. P. i O« -Gt ILT SG BJECTa • SALVATORE C.~\IB.\RO = ew ~L~>G~t1~'°1S: Et.\R[~``4~ Sl7lhIs.R Sr01e Vhli'CI'trY ~ Angered eroups of subjects were allowed to a_gre:s, either directly by sh: ckir., their frustrator, indirectly by shocling a nonirustrator. or not at all. Subjects who underwent the frustration sequence rated themselves as sianifiantly more angn• than control subjecu. and their mean diastolic blood pressure was significantly elevated as a result of the experimental procedure. Amonc all sub- jects, low-guilt subjects e2hibited a significantly Sreater mean diastolic de- crease in the postaggression or control stage than high-guilt subjects. Shock- ing the frustrator resulted in a ei--ttificant decrease of anger-elevated diastolic blood pressure. Shocking a r.oafn:strator resulted in a nonsignificant diastolic decrease. However, within this indirect aggression eroup, it was found that low-guilt subjects exhibited a signincant diastolic decrease in the postaggreision pbase while high-guilt subjects actually showed a slight diastolic increase. The results emphasi:e the importance of taking the guilt variable into consideration when investigating the catharsis 6ypothesis. .16 a~riej pf esperi(tlent;it} studies,~~iolU- !)diast.plic blood pressure change following ag- ..- ...a` L.- --11-1 --=-•--- ..1_. ssion. "here is a growing body of evidence which ......~ ................~.. wo. oWc-um,us aY.uiuc inaicates that diastolic blood pressure is ele- -l,
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-rtiM.a._.a..u...l:.r.. ....rwa.6R.~.~...1.., ...~`~L..:. :.L.:~.~....y.~.~1~.....V....1..__.....+J..~.ir..:iu.~i~...~...vav~..~...+._ . . `T !~ • ~50253 0650 _ . _ ..! .:: .,1 .+ k . . ~e . c . .. ii. _... . _....- A X He10 74 S.P. Proc. Roy. Soc. B 133 282-99 (1946) . Tiltrofion of droplets in the nose of t.lie P.- . 33Y C. N. D.-mLs, htduslrial IIca111. Tcscarch Tourd, 11crl:cal _ Tescarch Comuii, l.o,lclon (Comintrtticaad by C. C. JJow,llas, F.I:.S.-Rzceit•ed 11 flhi•il 1945) • /C•trL•orna droplctsorsratly spheri:rrl particles down to a diametrr of about 7•rr vvill bo filtcrt•ct out in tho no,.= of nrabbit. Thoso from 1-5cs down to about O-r195.:• whiclt corrc>1.-jnc6 to a tin,,~to tnolaeu!a of iaAm-.ular t:ci-lit of tho orier o: 1U,0!1J• ^rill pnas frecly into tho Ir:rrga. Wolrculcs o[ r.oolccuL_ weight hriow abouS S0O vill W c(f:•cti.-cly Gltrrel ont in tho rnoan ' unks; aecuntulation c.v tirtl tis3urs near tho surf.uo b^cvrury a cuntroliing fnetur. Tiro tiltc•rinb 0 anit, a.-hicltal..o prov'r:trs inos: of the resi,tonce to air Eow•, eotnpriies tlt.: tanxiaary turi,:rutla. I. IN-TRODDCTIO\ •. Itcsearelh on danoers c.lused by the inltalatioit of clust is oftelt carried•out upon ' unilnttk; in order to appl}• the results towards :tssessin~ ri:ks to human subjects } it is >liccessary to l,ear in Ini;icl such cL'fferenccs in the respir, tory orgatLs aud proccsscs as -ltiay cxu; and to uia'•ce due allowaace,. This paper describes a study ~ nf tia_-a1 ftltr.itit3 nn it1 lltcqab~t ~~Mich-~~•as?tutcet•taient~ti-iLh such an curl in view. ji,:llLrl sOllle. mJ,ll -!.•t t i,~•~.:Cl i'1
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#,'s.binowitz.3a>~+1;:~i,_:.; ~+ TopicS in medicinai chemistry, edited by Jowph L. Hahinomitz and 12qlPh .:Ni. bl}•er.won. New York, Inter- sricnce 1'ulai:-lieis i1LNii1144'~ '-v•'~.• t11us. 24 cm. (An lntereclkn« Fertes) lncludt* bibllol-rnhhleK. 1. C'hemlAtr}•, hiMt^al and pharmaceut(ra.l. L l:fyeraon, P.alph rt., joint nuthor. n. Tltle. RS4?1.Ii3 ) G1'"1'.10'008 GG-2G5I1 Library of Congress (i1 :~ i:7 .~'. E990 ESZ05
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50253 0671 ~ ~ MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY INTERNATIONAL,•VOL•U`!E I./ BEHAVIORAL SCIE*ICE/ TOBACCO--S~IOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/S'40KING HABITS--RELINnUISHING/ R CONTRIBUTIONS 726 , P.a 1977 /TO 1VIEDICAL'P'qYCHOLOGY , VOL U1VfE 1 Edited by w. ~::` A' I4&TAN';T - ,. Departinent of Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, London PERG AMON PRESS Oxjord • New York • Toronto • Sydney • Paris • Frankfurt ~ l) ('1 fl r, :~ 6 N
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50253 0649 7'111:I II'MNAI• OF C1inxMu(ai4n.r Aso ENnuisnarAI, 9•111'nU9:1'TIfA 1 CL t".t. I i. N,, i'. r-:')7~ 7; c T1n~S1Tu~iTn:S~SiT~~71 tt-- - `\ ~ f'riidtd u ( .A..1 `-`' ('opytigli6 ( i Iti :T j ~~ D G{2. ., 7S- S, U, ' ANP STRUCTURAL CIIr11\'GLS IN I~UNCTI01~'~1 1,'~1, ISOLA'1'LI) '- ,~#1~~~!~' I~~I~'I:1~ I~TITOCIIONDKIA INDUCI:D BY I''LUORODI CIIL0I'kOJIE7'IIANE' 0. 1V. VAN :1UIiI:N, A. 0. IIL•'Nl)I;IiSON, R. '1. S. LEE,. It. 11. 11'ILSON= A\'l) J. N. BOLLI\'Gl;it Department of h'nvironmcntal Scienres, Sriutl;uest 1'oundation for kcscm•ch and Education, San Antonio, Texas Accepted for pliblication January 8, 1975 AISSTItACT VAN Aul•:>•:x. 0. 11'., A. 0. IIt:xnt:nso-,\,. It. T. S. Lre, R. H. 11'ltSoN- exo J. N. 13et,t.txcctt: Fluletional and Stl•Uctumi ch::n-(•= in iSolated rabbit liver mitoc•honclria ~' j.indtltYd !S~ fll(t1•o~]~chlorRmctb~ne.'/T. I' 1~rnL•ttol. Exp. Tiier. 193: 7•'J-~35, 1973. ~ Ja..._._.tr 1 t.. .1 •• ' ' f..•... +.•...~.•nti..n "t.+; nt.r1 nl,n in or6wt. i
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50253 0659 f} otv'e • ~ A17 ~ (1969) 4,fi ~ ~}~!~ ~~w•tf~!7 !~ l'Ll. i,_a.~.•~.. f .r ..~y by ~'. tl• ~ ":, ~ Xh171 ? ,1x? r11o1Ct3Fa1ii:U'9, L. 2• C_z~.,°3 e~ L. SiCGpe rt
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' 50253 0674 0 -----.~._. _.,._.............----"- --- .f ....~..+.....,~....u..,: .. . ..:.r.a:.-a.....+...+..~...,-..,...a_o.~..~....~-._.-.._....~. .,, . . . _.. . Arhar. Rr.. 6 Thrrdpr Vol. 19, pp. 135 to 143 ~/7j!,' ~/ Obpi7967/1IMJ01]3-09f02.0U/o Perpmon Prts% Lid 1991. Printed in Grear Brirain ~% 80 I I Ey - 81 ' s.p. I RETURN OF FEAR: THE ROLE OF INHIBITION* ~ S. f. GREY; S: RACHMAN and G. SARTORY ; k Psychology Department, Institute of Psychiatry. London University, England : (Received 26 August 1980) ~ . i • Summary-In a previous study investigating the relationship between subjeqive, physiological x and behavioural changes during treatment of specific phobias, a marked bctween-session increase was found in subjective fear after high, but not after low intensity phobic stimulation although the groups showed similar fear ratings and heart rates immediately after treatment IGrey et af., = 1979). It was hypothesized that the high intensity stimulation led to 'treatment fatigue': a state of ~ deactivation, the recovery from which led to a return of fear. • = In this study fiigh intensity In vivo stimulation was used for the treatment of phobic subjects F under conditions of distributed and massed practice. No differences emerged between treatment ; conditions. A small group of Ss with a conspicuously high heart rate Imean level 120 bpm) Nhen rating zero fear, showed a significant increase in fear after one wcek's interval, although they had ~ shown similar improvement to (he Ss durin treatment. Subjects in both treatment conditions shISA•ed (o~wer(heart rate rAt~all eost-treatmEt~ assessments than pre-treatment. The high initial ~ -tii•ti•r heart rate than other Ss throughout the experiment, mment. It was only these Ss with desynchronously high tr ratings, who suffered a return of fear, whereas high heart rate during high fear did not prema either response to treatment or return of fear. A further finding was a lack of correlation between the behavioural and physiological indices of fear, namcl~, betwcen distance and heart rate at high levels of fear.
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. 50253 0676 DF.MOt;RAPIIY/ L . 75 I Un15-78 MEDICAL STATTSTICS/STATISTICS, HF.ALTu/RACTAL•MINORITTES/Mr)RTAT.TTY/ U. S. Department of Health Education and Welfare Public Health Service Health Resources Administration Office of Health Resources Opportunity SEPTEMBER 1977 Hyattsville, Md. , 04 • Health ofihe rDisadvantagec CHART BCDK. DHEW Pub. No. (HRA) 77-628
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50253 0681 ALM FORECASTING/SOCIAL SCIENCES/j-;OMEN/ECONO,fICS/RACISIi/ U.S. S : OCiAL CONDITIONS/ VOLUME 408 JULY 1973 2 ~t Am THE ANNALS 1973 of The American Academy of Political and Social Science RICHARD D. LADIBERT, Editor ALAN W. HESTON, fISs1StlZYit Editor THE rrUTURE SOCIETY: ASPECTS OF AN1ERICA IN THE YEAR 2000 Special Editor of This Volume ~ MARVIN E. «'OLFGAING President , The American Acaden:y of Political and Social Science Professor of Sociology University of Pemtsylvanra Ptuladelfihla, Fenns dvania 0 0 f ~ PHIL"AllFtiPI1IA ~~ ND SOCIAL SCILNC6 Library of Congress Catalog Card Nursbcr 73-18958 ~ r ------- - -~/~2CL""~ ---- - --- - -
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50253 0685 I RC 681 Ra 1979 , ' . , .. ~,.. FIEART--DISEASESPItY0CAR1)IAL INFARCTION/ TOBACCO--SM0Y,ING--HEAP.T, EFFECT ON/ CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE: RECOGNITIG N AND MANAGEMENT Charles E. Racklcy; 'N1.D. Profcs.aor of Mcdicine Director, SyecGdiaed Center of Research on lschcrnic /tCart viscase Uatoeratfy of Alabama Jfedical Center Birmingham. Ala6ama ac Richard 0. Russell, Jr., M.D. FUTUflA PCBt.ISHINcCoM r.>xY. lxC. MOUNT Kisco. 1VGw YORK 19i9 1
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50253 0682 /I? `7 --1nArrr.r/' U.S.--riEGRO QilrSTI0:1/}IrART--Pr,SEASL'S/s~`Ot;Ir~'G ~.'~D t(I.Ar.`1'lI/ TOBACCO--AP+TI-SP•SOKIPIG LITRRAT[IPJ.,/TOBACCO- INnUSTRY--COURT CASI.S/ TCBACCO--Sti0h71VG--PAS S IXM-/ RB 57 Sp 1974 2 C. r 46 P0 Doubleday & Company, Inc. Garden City, New York ~(~~~;~ i k~f~ ~ ,,.fr r ~ r~! a d~i ~ E;'~ ~ G V David Al. Spain, M.D. with Janet E;o[e ,P Axtl`• "t- i,,i tJvqq q ~ i • i 'j !? il '1. ; !) w1
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~ ~50253 U683 S•PXI ToB2-79 RJR CLASS NO. PA?1P}t1.ET XI ToB2-79 s. p. • U. S. Congress, Washington, D._C., U.S." OP`''CTG~'1RE'I'TES ; ~RAEKE3 Vk3RLL~` - "IlNl7 `I1 t STR I BUT IOIt U. S. Cong., 95th, Washington, D. C., Report No. 95-962, 23 p. (May 1974) (in English) ~ The Committee on the .Judiciaiy, to which was referred the bill (S. 148 i) to amend title 1S, United Staics Code, relatin ; to the racl:eteer- inb in the salo and distribution of cigarettes, hav mf_; considered the same, reports fnror^bly thercon with a•n aTnendment, and recommends that the bill as , rnendea do pzcs.;•' a ~ i) n 0 r: , 17,
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50253 0692 f rl (; ~ I Wo6 Radar-•-E'ceccronxcs. (1970) jdoc.;st I'a , I 7 nz, c,yc i:. 11:Cf12:ZCitiTr F;JALLM.110ii OF )':rDO?1?0R. C7 25 Ci °~:.~.ezIV'A. . . ~ .C ~ c .:r:u iec~cn: ca1 ~ i1Xl31:L:c^.~ soIl C> T\ IY ,, ...., s
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50253 0689 r i wilabiNtr u:WL ~~ ~- a97 S~Sfl~h An ~ -i~:~_. . ~ ...... » .-«...~....~a ~.. .~<... ~ 1.C:i~ ~ ~ ^3 ,? ~ ,, ~ 11
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50253 0691 ' 'TK ~ 7870 aOS. KJlf~.3X I 43t,xe~~r . rWmC'3C. C.. ., ,. 1`ii::1~1G';:?S7_° ~?;5~7P.~.' N!l?S:a~E~~S.~lrry ~:SJSl.~::; L t" . ...t, ; '•C-s-G' siz ~ cr t.rr ., .; _ t , ~,~ . L .. ,~ .. . ... ct.. :y .,.e. e,:._, ~ ' r Vc 'a- :L? Sc,R.uns:f) I .-..r . . . .. w....}-s.~~'v>,.....a~r~ , ~ :~ n o rt,
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50253 0653 TP 370 Un 1973 .-~a . ..c,~_..a..,:.).v.:~.. ,.~~,..: .;r.a~..._a.~r.~_ .~..~....... ,~ .. _-- ..,~~,.. ...--... ,,,.....~ ~...+,.,._..... ~.-. ~I ` ` U3w .--FGQFi/FOCil•--LAiv AND J.F.G:CS:.ATIi1'Z--U.S/F(`t)L}---IiISPECTIOA'/ FEDLRAI. PWGJLATIONS / . MEAT _ .3"ID POti:,TRY a;;PI:CTIOti ;,Ec;'JLATIn'NS ~ ~tEFT I°•1SPF:CTZGw ZGLTLTRY I:.SPECTIGN iu.•RAAArk%lL%BIaF.lULU* ar ~.OLCttiTAEZY INSPECTION AND CEaTIFIC ATION SERVICE -GF ,%f'r.AT At7D PGLLTR? LTM1A.tiE SLAttCHTLR OF LIVESTOCK ~ • ,j,JZIITED STATES DEPARTMFNT OF AGRICULTURE ANIMAL kd3) PLA:`iT INSPECTION SERVICE MEAT AND PGtiLTRY I\SPECTrON PROGRAM Washington, D. C. May 1973
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wcc-.wieioi/ioyi.wiaJVY.W/U 6889 HJ842 P 619 THE JOL'R%AL OF NERVOVB ANIZMEN7AL Di6EASI ^-yright ®1981 by The Williama & Willcitu Co. JGNERV MENT DIS M ~/~frl~'~31~7,~d D253 0688 , 80 II Ey-82 Situational Influences on Verbal Affective Expression of S• P• Psychosomatic and Psychoneurotic Patients FERNANDO LOLAS, M.D.; ~tICt~A~~itVb~l RA$, M.D., AND DIETER SCHEIBLER, M.A.' Group comparisons between psychosomatic and psychoneurotic patients using the Gotts- chalk-Gleser method of speech content analysis are presented. Two matched patient groups (N = 40 each) were discriminated on the basis of anxiety and hostility scores derived from verbal samples collected during psychoanalytically conducted first interviews. A concord- ance with clinical classification was reached in 79.75 per cent of cases, with psychosomatic patients exhibiting lower affect scores. These results could not be replicated in a comparison between 92 psychoneurotic and 56 psychosomatic patients based upon verbal samples produced in response to a request to narrate a dramatic life episode (standard instruction). Percentage of correctly classified cases was 62.84 in the second study. Factor structures derived from affective variables showed more similarity between independent samples of psychoneurotic than between samples of psychosomatic patients across both exploration situations (interview and standard instruction). A major factor exhibiting high loadings from guilt anxiety and ambivalent hostility was evinced, being more important in psychoneurotics. These results are discpssed against the background of the alexithymia notion. Methodolog- ical considerations pertaining to diagnostic applications of the Gottschalk-Gleser content analysis are presented. 0 {~ '. ,
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!. I 210, ?")Uui-o 1410 r~~f) a rt -: ~.,t ,jy l oV P„ J, ert ou Sil: ~jL'r1CTd C:~wLj ~L1 6~~.1aa 4~,~.~^fa'~.:I C:,ai~::VL^~J C " w.i3~ i'sv^c~ '~ ~YY.RI'3~:A'f4•:t''~~IiE~d+7esist7ia7~Ctfa[+~rnu~{r .ni~r~r+'': ?'r?.i..'~ ;%i;.?'~•y ` ~ ~' M~'~~~ . ' BL90 ESZOS ~
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. 50253 0699 i ~ I TX Re2-81 S.P, i& An Evaluation of Carbon Monoxide in Blood Samples from the Second National Health and Nutrition Survey Progress Report April 1. 1979 - April 1, 1980 14t~lAvaid P. Radford4 M. D. Professor of Environnental Epidemiology University of Pittsburgh oo yss?-2 (r Et ~. I 0 r~ 41 . ` ~
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50253 0696 ~ • BOT~ NY/PJ.ANTS--CLASSIFICATICN/T~CRT}I CAROLINA--PLANTS/ P iVTS--NATUP.AL OCCURRENCE/ NICOTIANA/SnLANACEAE/ QK MANUAL -96 Ra OF THE 1963 (1979 PDDL ~ /VASCULAR FLORA ~ OF THE 3 : ~ CAROLINA S . o, t' f l tl n 6 3 3 ~i - AJ. [L k: R T.A..1. HARRY F.. AI(LES C. RI7•CIiIE BELL TIIl-ONIYF.RS1TY OF PIORTII CAROI.INA rRE:Ss CIIAPEI. IIIL1. .?py }r•
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50253 0656 D.ie BedeLturlg der ir:h:dativcl: tto;.c.•n d•ifferent `adr..ission rates" ($erksr,n's :allac•v, ;.a6). 2. Decrrase iri ef5ciency of serial riarnwations by faisc-p, sitive rrei::. 3 Dif6c::lries in o?plLing tlsc tec.lnique of multi- rz_i•ato-lir•ear regrtnian :n settir,; cp relirions betwren pari,^eur, :f pulmonary fw-tio . s.r.d eoncenrrations of :ab:tzac;s in th~ air. Applying new inttrp:etatnry tec:::izu : th, an,Ays:s~ yi.r,~c cos,-ptex probTe:r:s wil! Ir_ possiblc. 13e €qi!orsipe tr~ti:v~ r,.la i~«m~c ric Ia~acls: 1. Co: :- h ~ pu t sirnulaab1 of~:hdu ial ~:azarus (i;nos). 'I"n: ar.r~.~: al cisr:sc ra:c or c.oc,s:d .,rnlrv..•: Kf 60.S;`{iliion safiercd fre;n respi:a:::ry eaarl;~.ints. In 552,C:.i) perseas respiratory symptoras fad pezsisted for r•:orc tl,.n onc vear. It is diitieult to t~sti:na.e t};e zrt;cnc.ge oi paticnts uilfuing front senuel,ae of inhalation damage. Cet'talnly ;ccidusra! influences of irritzr've gases are of n;inor importaner; this can be ocnelude•d from the acci'ezt staris-ics of a 1vrge •.iur,ical iar?uscrial ccrn?:.ny and of the Austriari `E.Ilgemeiue Unf:1l,crsidu-rur.Esansa!:" ('Genezal Institute for Accident Insue-, Gith t.he excepaon of pneu,aoconioses, inhalatioa damages ar: also rare in occupatior.aI d'°scasa liable for eor.pensation. In work accidents and occuparirtnai d'ueu~s a striet eausaI jarlgetent is mxde in eacb individual cue. In epidemiolobie srudics abot+t the frqpuency of inisalxtie,t damagcs in risk groups o; in the total population, a num'"r of r-ct}:odolagical oroblenu must be :ori:idered: 1. E"ect oi ,_ y ~ -•Sprrngeri/er14& 1974 Epidemiolcsie Studies of InMaticr. Uarr._gu e41mecr. The tnirrocensus of 1970 tevealed that 2.22 miiiiun pcop!e out of a popularion 1Lp;.t .~. ?'Vjz I 1„~ Yncsminnie 15A, b7-.76.IL4,t::,,,
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50253 0666 78 nit Af~-78 S.P. vi • R.ce 3 of PlyiopiMUara p.raiiNa .ar. .IeotLlt.e Joba L Mcbttyre and a. S. Taybr L Assistant Ptant Pathologist and Ptant Pathoiogist,The Cotxtedicut Aaricuhural Experiment Station, New Hares, CT 06504. and Windsor, CT 06093. «spectirdy. The authon thank S. Rich for allowing the tae of unpublished data from transmission electron microscope ob"rvations of zoospores. We also ackno.vkdae the excclknt technical assistance of M. Reisner and 8. Wooding. Accepted for publication IS July 1977. AISTRACT A/C INTYR E, J. L., and G. S. TAYLtM. 1978. Rate 3 o/ Mrytophthora parasitica rar. nicotianae. Phytopatholop 6tJ3-31. Connecficvl(Cf) isolates of rhrrophrhnro/.*irinrae" wirotf.nK cause typrcal black shank srrnptoms.e tobacco and hasr similar morpMoloRy to isoWes of races 0 and 1. It di/fers. howe•cr. in that the sysptom rt.pose of the difkrential tobacco A'a•orlsrw nrtopbib to CT is similar to that caused by race 1. Mn on cukivar 1071 the s7mptom tespoese is sFmilar to th.it caused by ract 0. Toboao enhivar A23, which is resistant to race 2. is svsccptibk ro CT. and erMivar Lt{ is moderately susceptible to CT. After 3 days of n._ z_A _ 4- (i J S 3n Rrowtb in liouid culture, the dry .right of CT etrcdia is JO!`# kss ttun that of races 0 or 1. Raccs 0 or / aux the pH o( cuNure broth to change from 7.2 to about 3.3 but in broth cuhures of CTpH rcmainsessemiapy unchanged. On an atar medwm containing sucroae and 2.).3-triphenyl tetrazolium ehforide (TTZ), the TTZ is reduced by races 0a.d I but not by CT. Isolates of CT qualify as a new race. race 3. of r. p.r.sirirr vat. nirorf.n... C;
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50253 06~90 ~ .. ~ ~ `~,"i ( 80 IZ Ey-so ~ S.P. I ;, . , I -~< k~, ,, . A._, ~ Ga l. ,, _.. t Microelectronics and informatiori y ' technology: A challenge for research in the social sciences The study of change has always been an essential task of the social sciences. Various theories are used to explain, or rather to try to ex- plain, the ever changing shape of social relatiQns, societal forms, underlying economic structures and relations among nations. / Different factors condition change. One of them is the advances produced by science and technology and how they affect, in an in- creasingly important manner the very fabric of society. These ad- (lvarices are, of)covttse, nx)t sehf-propelled but are the result of a com- plez we6 of Jecisions which•~are related to the perception of societal the economic, social, political and military ,
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50253 0694 ; ALM 7 Lewis, Warren Kendall, 18S2- ... I11dRstrlitl st,oiehiometry; chemical calculations of manufacturing processes, by Warren K. I.ewis ... and Arthur 11. Padasch ... lst ed. New York tetc.l DicGraw- Ilill book comhsny, inc., 126. ~' . ec. 1?5! . xi, 174 p. dla.grs. 23} cm. (Cheruical en~ineering st!rtes) 1 1. Cheuiicnl engincering-Problems, eserctses, etc. i. Rads9ch, I Arthur II., joint author. it. Title. TP1GS.L>r~i 2r,-10G 57 t Library of Con,;re.~ cMR11 a
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50253 0675 xc 261 Sh . .. ._ _..._ ._~. .__.. . .~......... ....._-,_._ f•.~~'T~ \! T(1~, ~ C1{.Ll~UiJl~il~ a•:1~Z L 1.~~t O -.-.w<.-.-.., G 't) f' t1 f, ;..
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50253 0686 RC - 631 Un 1978 ~ ]1T•:A.r.T- Hceipientl AcS~sion No. ISIDLiUGHA(~I11C PATA ~r". ho. 2. 3. IND-SCOR 78 sllr:et _~ _ _ ,1• 7 itle .nd Suhtitle ~ S. Heputt Uate r Ischemic Neart Disease SCOR Progress Reports Nov. 1, 1978(submittec November i , 1978 6. 7, Authnr(s) 8. f'ctforming Utsanization Rept See attached sheet 9, Pcrlorming Organization Nane and Address 10. Ptojcct/Tnsk/A'ork Unit No. ' rta~~aaE:'-;0 nr,Fa,~v(sc~n ~iPr~~TO-> See attached sheet Univ. ~llaba~a `ie~li.cal •Center 11• Conuacr/Gtanc No. See attached sheet r 12. Sponsoring Org.+niz.ation Name and Addtess 17. Typc of Report &('crioJ Cardiac Disea-ses Branch, Division of efeart and Vascular Disease. Covicecd p l - Natiunal Iteart, Lung, and Blood Institute, tllH annua rogress - Bethesda, Maryland 20205 14• 15. Supplementaty Notes , . 16. A1~5""`Stlultidisciplinary clinical and fundamental research studies are conducted and directed at the reduction of death and disability from ischemic heart disease. Resu?ts ,are; repY.rted in such areas 0 5 th~ sh.ort and long term evaluation of therapies in vari0us petieht SabgFoups; e4~lluatioH,ofaechniques for the early detection and ~.. ~ 7 d
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416 PFo^.ress Report: Ccntract .°,Y-76-S-02-r.023.A0O0 Report #1 50253 0698 An Evaluation of Carbon Nonoxide in Blood Samples from ' the Second F:ealth and autrition Survey Energy Research and Development Adminir•tra*_ion IX Re2-80 S.P. M.D. Frof,~-ssor of Environmental t:cdicine Johns Itopkin. University School of Hygiene and Public Health Baltimore, Maryland 21205 , Scientific backQround: Carbon monoxide is quantitatively the most important toxic air pollutant released from fossil fuel com- bustion. Its toxicity for persons with pre-existing coronary vascular disease, a very widespread disease especially in middle- agedj males() iR s@chrthat aave~y 4trict ambient air standard is rategies for this pollutant.
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1 Jour. Clin. Pharmacol. 20 (8-9) 487-499 (1980) LA Re2-81 . S.P. Biochemical and Histological Effects of Intermittent Carbon Monoxide Exposure in Cynomolgus Monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) in Relation to Atherosclerosis RICHARD J. BING, M.D., F.A.C.C.. J. S. M. SARMA, Ph.D., RONALD WEISHAAR• M.A., rAN1~L~IKx,RAGK1a; M.D., and GUNTER PAWUK, M.D. Pasadena, Caf f. Tns reiition,hip c,f viirl,on murloside ,1ik,•t, others on asonliPUrircrl diet con- ij:nj rxy,,,ur~~ t,,ttlu {1~ ~', lyln{~~j it I~Z tiillirl',~ {•hvli'.terul.{ \u s1i1~'~'rrllcc iu ls)as- t' S - l uut diule.,t,•rul lrvcl ut• iu aurtic or curn- 1 Illr~• ,sthrru,clcrosis c<iul,l hr attril,utca ' -. ................ +•1{nt+ titt•rUt tU ('( 1 rxlu„ure.{ `arniu and co-\t•orkvrs, diet tU (•Ullt1iI11U11s ifillilllSl+ll'ittlUU ~/f ~./) 151,1':!!:1 O11 I'lpI;itrd lie•rfll~i1
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I`.\ PL3. i (1969) ;CCtlI:~1~ '~ woo It* $:.° PkooLo~: , B0:.:~ard E. .. .4_~.. ~}r'7 I J l.L~S ~i.".~ ~ st• A~n. ~ by llM-na:,-,'4 E. Proctor a:3d Sc•znltEl'1 A. Goldb.iiL•F3 t'czoct Technol. ?(No. 1) 95-104 (1548) , 0 -•t 2 el () 0 ~~, r: 4 .) . i ) ,,
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WASTE DISPOSAL/PYROLYSIS/SEWAGE TREATMENT/FUEL/ TD 897 Am 1978 Solid Wastes and Residues 'Conversion by Advanced Thermal Processes I I I Jerry L. Jones and Shirt~~i° 'B:' Radding', EDITORS ,.x SRI International rll~C S S Y M P O S 1 U M S E R 1 E S i A symposium sponsored by th, Division of Environmental AMERICAN CNEMfCAt SOC/ET• WAfNINOTON, O. C. Alit 50253 0695 11T• Chemistry at the 1 S th p~'J, 6', /~;(~ t ~ r erij a of the Art M ti ~ r ee ag r. 9 California, March 13-17, 1978. . j
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50253 0707 $ibdhakrishnamarthv, D., jt' author'* /.~~ J'.w....__•ii...~... { ,~'C+p?'it1t fY'C"2r, j (:7Cto ti) 8C,.:ca ~Crl~,~.j.c I F.a ~I ~1 i 1
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50253 0706 ? '. Fricdcl, Faul. S7:Ir CZNS x L'i U?>:•."i S t?P `FiiF 1'~{10M lZ.c C „,.`, ,.. by Fy.:L:~l. t~ri cde~ ~):' •~ , A, Rc:rric:-, P: wrtc'sc i. :?:?Ls:'7.2it? ;. Gatir:?owca Jour. ls,r. Fc+oil Cherz. 15 (r,o. 3) 53J '
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ALM P,~q d:i. ati.on, ; QC }3owen, i:dmuns£ John, 189F>- ~ 357 '1'ho chemical nspccts of light, by E. J. Bowe11 .,. 2d ed., , 1 B rev. Oxford, The Clarendon press, 1;14G, s , 2 p. 1., 3tN1 p. dfagrs. 23m. r i "Refercna-s" : p. 12J01-2;17, 1. TJght. 2. Spectrum nnnlysls. 3. Radiallon, r. Title. ~ QC357.BG3 1946 535 47--2G7 ~ Library of Congress ,5002, 1 n '4 0 0 0 N :;". 6. 3 ~; 2 .
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50253 0711 r i `,. .1 0 - G; i_0 n- ~ -+ ' N3d +.+;t iori, v. 1. Advances in biological and medical phyeics. v. 1- R'ew York, Academic Press, 1048- v. diaFrs. 24 cm. Editors :.. 1- J. H. Lawrenco (with J. 0. Hamtltoa, v. 1-2; 0. A. Tbblas, v. 8- ) 1. 13lol0 ;ica1 physics--Fearbook;. 2. IsotoPes-Phy slolo~ical eYect. 8. Itadioactivlty. r. Lawrcnc% John Iluudale, 1bi't- ed. ,1,II505.A 1:13 ~ 574.0153 48-81G4 rE•v' i ~ Ir57q2 Library of Congress i ~ .., . 1) J °~
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50253 0712 46 --~ ._.__ _-~------- --~----- ----- - =~ AIR--POLLUTION--CONTROL/WATER--POLLUTION/WASTE DISPOSAL / ' ~ RADIATION/PESTICIDES--ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS/ ~ TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ ~M 1Q78 4{C. UIlmITll~~Ili C2a11t O ;~A Repo,rt Oy the Committee on ' ~nmental Improvement ,rican Chemical Society Washington, D.C. Second Edition .
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.,. -. 4._~ 5 ; 0253 0701 TOBACCO- tSM01:ING-rI1EAP.T,EFrECT. UN/ ~l BLOOD/TOBACCO--SPIOKING--CARBON MONOXIDE 'CONTEi~T. OE BLOOD/ _ ~ " CARB6N I~14NQXID~ ; - - 13ACC0==SMORIt~G==1~EAL~ffY 74 X Ku1 , R.TR CLASS NO. PA~~iPHLET 74 X Kul iKu11er J. A. ; Fisher, R. D, ; Perper _; Switf t L H ; RadforA; L, P , t , , . . _ (Johns Hopkins Sch. Hyg. Public Health, Dep. Epidemiol. Environ. Med., Baltimore, Md.; Maryland Dep. Epidemiol, Md.; Univ. Pittsburgh, Grad. Sch. Public , Health, Pittsburgh, Pa., U. S.) , I THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AriBIEIr'T CARBON PSONOXIDE LEVELS, POST:tORTEM CAP.BOXYHEr10GLOBIN, SUDDEN DEATH AND MYOCARIDAI. INFARCTION. ~ Paper submitted for publication, not yet published, 24 p.(June 13, 1974) (in English) *Keywords:* cigarette smoker. *1974 , No. 15, W 6394* *d* Tobacco medicine: .1 ., ,~, _.. .
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50253 0710 BIBLIOGRAPHIC 0/tTA SHEE T 1. Ilepotc Nu. MOS C S 4. Tttle %nd Suh tle II MeA -79 S.P. HAOS Aldehydes Monitoring Program ~ 7. Authorlst g. R & -d, 'i% reV Carv dra C 16 tr-'i 9. 1'ertormtnrC Urt;.tnmzatton NJme rnd AdJress Radian Corporation 8500 Shoal Creek Blvd. Austin, Tpxas 78766 12. Sponsorinr; ltrrt.tnttatwn N.tme anJ Address Houston Chamber of Commerce 25th Floor - 1100 Milam Bldg. Houston, Texas 77002 15. Jupp':mentary Xutes PB 283 229 S. Keport I)ata April 1978 8. 1'ertormtnq c)rF.rntratton Rept. ~• \u. 78-100-109-0 I2 10. I'rotcct'T-Isk: 'aurk Cntt No. 11. l.untracti(irant No. OX-6 13. Type ot Report & i'crtoa coYete-l Aldehydes X nlp l ing rmaldehyde Photochemical reactiens 16. Abstracts This report describes a program conducted during the sus.:r,er of 1977 to measure total aldehyde and formaldehyde concentrations in the air at two H'dusgbnf ~ocat4rOnsf. OneoU samRles were collected at each aehyde analyses, from 5 a.m. t rjori__ Samnlac mArn a7cn. ,
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50253 0705 ~ XXII Ra (1970) ULWLiSOt:1C SS:~UNIG aF PLASTIC F:L'-tS. Package t:r.YtneeYin~ 13, 54-59 (1963) , i
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ALM 50253 0702 .TOIiACCO--SP:OI:E--POLONIL`M 210/TOBACCO=-SriOKI"IG--IiEALTII EFrECT/ ;74:.X.Ra__.._SMOKINti --._._.:M ' " RJR CLASS NO. PA~iPIILET 74 X Ra (Johns Hopkins Univ., Sch. HyU. Public Health, Baltimore, 1U. S,) POLONIUM-210 ALPIiA RADIATION AS A CANCER INITIATOR IN T013ACC0 SNlOi:'r;. Radiat. Res. 59 (No. 1) 223 (1974) ((in English) *Y.cywords:* lead-210, smoke, constituent; wro-210, smoke, constituent. poloni -_A .-1 *1974, No. 17, W 7162* *d* Tobacco medi.cine: .: ~ . , .-.. ' -._.. . ~.
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50253 0720 ALU Rrxdzati.cn. -...a:.a.---w... r.La .SS. - Duggar, 13enjamin DlinFe, 1871- ed. Biolohical effects of radiat.ion; mechanism and measure- ment, of radiation, applications in biology, photochemic,tl reactions, effects of radiant energy on organisms and orglnic product.s ... Edited by P,enlamin Itf. 1)u2~ ;ar ... with the cooperation of .J;inet }1oNvc•I1 Clark, Kenne.tli S. Cole, Farrim;ton ll;nniels ... tan<1 otlicrsl lst ed. ... N©w York and London, .li(•Oraw-IIi11 book cotnpany, inc., 19:;G. 2 v. Itlus., din;rrs. 23; em. Paged continunusly. ,tCuntinued on next card).- 3G-iCl)G~ ~ t.'3j33i
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U J Ul ilf' 0 ~ Sc ia1.~ 6i.7f 'P/t ll~Cai S•~rZ? ~ • , •S pa JiL:, 1:.3 . r (896T) T uoTZ~Frt°iI xxE t blLO FSZOS .
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COST ENGINEERING/ RA 576 Ra 1978 a POLLUTION CONTROL/AIR--POI,LUTION--CONTROL/ VINYL CHLORIDE MONOMER/ 1. RlPURT NO 2. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSION NO. 3. EPA-450/2-78-022 4. tITLE AND SUBTITLE S. REPORT DATE Control Techniques for Volatile Organic Mey_1978 Emissions fram Stationary Sources _ 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION COOE 7. AUTHORIS) 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS /0. PHOGRAM ELEMiNT NO. ~Radian Corporatioit~ 8500 Shoal Creek Boulevard ' ~/~~NO. Austin, Texas 78766 Tasks 12 and 23 .ONSOF3tt1C~/r~FJYCY_CIAMEAH~.AIIf1Rt~5 is~Cy e l ~C Ll l C ci l r' lV C ~3 1{ Gl l ~ U J ~ 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOO COVERED r ~ b ~ l t d. f ' t Off i o r e~ an n a e g ce s 14 SPONSORING AGENCY CODE Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards . Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 200/04 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES 16. ANSiRACT i 1 0 ~ ~ ' ' tl r .1*Y ---•• ~~ M-.+ r~- vP sion of a .~larch 1970 EPA ~csrbon and Or anic `S lvent Firassicrts Lnten ed prurari y as- a generat f Tr /. .....~ ~~_ ~..r1.~. . ^ . ~ ~..~~. r~. ..T .afyF . 1 . . - - l . . r . . . . . . ,. ... . . ~ .. .~ .. .. - ..._. vn....N•i.... _r... _.
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50253 0680 \ 1 0 AN dnn. diR. BiocJra.r. 8(1971) 13- /5 CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--INSTRUMENTS/ 77 III F1 Some Fundamental Aspects of Continuous Flow Analysis A. FLECK, R. D. BEGG, P. 1. WILLIAMS AND D. RAC(ONZGR I Biochemhtry Department, Glasgow Royallnfirmary and Department o/Mcchanical Engineuing. University ojGlasgow This•study was undcrtak:.n in an attempt to assess th: practical ana 4hcorctical limitations of through- put of continus flow analytical systems such as tisc Tcchnicon AutoAnalyzcr. In many laboratories usinb Tcchr,icon cquipmcnt the fastest sampling rate in common usc is fit)/h and in our own labora- tory this rate is frcquently limiting. For example, morc than 3Z0 clcctrolytcs may have to be analysed in or.e day. Also with the advent of discrete systems of analysis capab!c of processing 120, 150 or even 300 samples in or.c hour it is important to assess whether the continuous t)ow system has any inherent 1967; Walker et aL, 1970) that 'carry-over' is the main factor which I imits sampling rate in cor.tir,uous flow analysis. A simp!c ta: thematical modcl de- scribing carry-over carn be dcvcloned :s fcifows. The convcntional separ::tion oi sam; !e 'slu~s' and plain rc: ~cnt 'slut;s' is rc;,rc;e:tcd dia;rar-,- matically in Figuro :. Thc carry-av;.r from 'slug' A to the tirs: sampic 's!ug' B is Q,, that from sample 'slug' B to the sc:on.l s::mp!c 'slt:g' C is Q, and so on (expressing Q per unit !en-th of tube traversed). It follows that I I
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50253 0715 ~ NICOTINE--PHAR.'~iACOLOGY/POLLUTION--SOLID WASTE/WATER--POLLUTIO:V --LAWS/ AIR--POLLUTION--LAWS/LAWS & LEGISLATION/PESTICIDES--LAWS & T.EGISLATION--FEDERAT POLLUTION--LAWS/TOXIC SUBSTANCES/SAFETY MEASURES/U. S. --LAWS & Li:GISLATION/ RADIATIUN/OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH/ Q 123 Bu 141g (~~~~~~'~~CA~a ~~GU' A~ a~~ ~ ~~~~ 3 y'a~u~ros ; REFERENCE FILE (Vol. 1) vaAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION CURRENT REPORTS THE BUREAU OF NATIONAL AFFAIRS, INC. 1231 25th STREET, N.W., WASHINGTON, D.C. 20037 • 0 4 3:.a 4 I
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50253 0717 . CARBON MONOXIDE/DDT/POLYVINYL CHLORIDE/METHYLENE CHLORIDE/ IOCCUPATIONAL DISF.ASI:S/TOXICOLOGY/NOISE/RADI•ATION/INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE/ ENVIRONrtENTAL SCIENCES, An Intnrdisciplinary Monograph Series/ '; LUN --C CER--ENVIRU~iLNTAL CAUSES/ PA nu,str2a 1230 Cr 1975 Environmental Health 3 THE WOMER AND THE COMMUNITY Second Edition Sponsored by Industrial Ilcallli Foundalrar, Inc. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania EDITED BY LESTER V CRALLEY nND PATRICK R. ATKINS Department of Hcaltlt and Fnt•ironunent Alumrnunr Company of Anrerica Pittsburgh, Pcnnslylranra AC,ADFI~4IC PRG~S -~-.f?Vew~•Yor San Frarrcisco Londolr 1975 ~. ~ . ~1 . . _ A Subsidrary of Harc•ourt lJrace Jovarrovic•Ir, Publishers y. /.•a~ Dep&. =. ' j k1 I
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50253 0719 370 De ~ 2c. ~ PDDL ; l.c. i ~ ~~ ~) tl ~ rf Rac;ia L ion De::eQs;rr, Tvox•n1rsn lY Iiatiiatiou tcclutolozy in fooa, 3r rictl;tl:re, and bio;or-y, by Norman I'r'. Desro_icr tcnd IIenry M. Ilo enc.<y S. 11'c~t port, Conn., A-vi I'ub. Co.,1GGU. -401 p. filus. 24 cm. InclLdes bihlicgrn,,hp. 1. Itnqtrttlou. 2. Ita;i(ation ~~~itslolo~ical enc t. 3. Rr:uio: L:dustrial. r. Itucc•natxk, Ilenry M., Jotut authp;.• 11. Tltie. (vIiG52.I) T5 Library of Congress 1 574.19 GO 1? i~ l t 1?! 4) .7 :7 Ef
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50253 0703 1 !.1,.'-::st3 X.. ~t7i,t LLO CGi~L} rf:ur.,ta;;'~? v11it'. Noi:11 rG~'Jfl!Jl Ofi .'lt}S1;.C h: ^Zt'rls L.?t . . • ~+Yl'v 1.l`~,, r ,.! .t.Ia..i~. :.S. LCrI±'e-- :i : [id Gllg"t.:7".: r:L~ s:~Y"'T.T'Aal~ a~`:•.t's Cra:'j''.: ~ ~. ~TiLl ~, .. t. ~.. , ~ ~G" . Fl. ~.. Z_ii~la l'.Lccr. in: L:leiCh r<laws & Observer, p: 3 (Oct. 21, 1564) v. ll
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STRESS/NOISE/AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFPtTT/RADIATION/' MICROWAVES/CAFFEINE/ TOBACCO,--SMOKING--PUBLIC/ OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS/ RA 445 Ma 1981 . 3 ® BY JOEL MAKOWER ~ HOW YOUR JOB CAN MAKE YOU SICK S Tilden P R E S S ,'~,,,,.,, WASHINGTON,D.C.
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Rt,ciitkti.ali, a~ 50253 0723 ; ; 505 H IIollaender, Alexander, 1898- ed. Racliation biolo; y, edited by Alexander Itollaender with the cooperation of 1lustin .1.. I3rtte.s ttlncl othcrsl -New 1'ork, 111cGra~r IIill,195•1- :' V. in ~ iilus. 24 ctn. "Preparecl under the nusPicws of the Cununittce oil it:, l. tlc r, I;iolmg}-, Ilivision of itiolury nnd A,r;riva;lure, National Council, N:!ticinul Acr:deu,y ot' Scienc(l,s, A1'a~hii,;tuu l.). Inclucie, biblio,ray,hies, CO\TENTS.---P. 1. Hil:h encrcy rndiltion. 2 pta. 1. R;cdintioi:. 2. Iiinlo;z)-. i. National Itrcvnrch Cou,u-il• Cwu• mittee on Ji;uii,ition Biology. ii.'1'itle, QIIGS?.IIG *574.8 57G.3 53--GGt~ Library of Congress '~. _. Q404 40~ tl ~ 1101
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50253 0732 t'•`:r?l,•7t.j.~-p1. ALU Smith, Alphvys j1'ilson, 18iG- '1'he clenienls of physic.s. 5th ed. New York, DicGrsw- Mli Ziook Co., 1948. zc1, 745 p. illus. (pAlt col.) 24 cm. First ed., 1;Y23, has tltie: The elements of spplled physlcP. 1. I'hy sics. - ) 530 48-418~~ ~~ ~' Library of Congress ' / 14j Qc21.S6 1918 0 4 0 0 0 t'l ;i ~
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50253 0728 MC 04e S rm BIOLO3V AND MEDICINE 0 : 4 0 (; n Es ~)- ORP.U-113 rescarch repurt 3;S 7 R ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1970 Gai; Nidgc AssrciKtcd 'riv4l"sities i~~ieditiat Ui Jisic"
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. • t 50253 0710 RC PESTICIDES--TOXICOLOGY/FOOD--ADDITIVES--TOY.ICOI:OGY/FIRE EXTINhUISHING AGENTS/ 267 RADIATION/PC1L;.UTION--TOKICOLOGY/ Cr , 1976 Environmental Carcinogens a. `, o. , (A Bibliography with Abstracts) teee' N,~'I ent• .,S/PSs -ecens76/ '4 ?i t or: i , . Pernell W. Crockett . December, 1922 8. PerforminK (1rF,tn,catuon Krrl. No. 9. PerlotminR Organization Name and Address )0. I'r..ject.'('a+'. Horl• On,t N.•. National Technical Information Service 5285 Port Royal Road 11. Contract/Graut No. '" Springfield, Virginia 22161 y ,; i~- 12. Sponsoring Organization Name and Address 1S. Supplementary Notes >- Supersedes NTIS/PS-75/844 and IV'I'IS/PS-74i086 '' 16. Abstracts 13. Type of Keport & Period Co.ered 1964 - Nov., 1976 14. The bibliography cites research reports on, the identification, sources, and toxicity of eprviVon0er>*al qaNGinogens. .~Inciuded are data on pesticides, fire d dd. d d. ---•------• . . : . . ~ f tries to the previous edition. ) o , o a>tives, ai1 r(A zat~on. 29 of which are new en-
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50253 0704 81 I I Re-81 TECHNICAL REPORT DATA (Please read lai:nctronr on the recerse before completinqJ 1• Re T N EPA-608%1-81-039 ~• ORD Re 0)"t P 3. RECIPIrwi a ACCESSIOMNO. PB81-190480 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE 5. REPORT DATE Report of Worksho s on Epidemiologic Studies Aoril 1981 O F A'Irbor N~ 1"aY't1 C%`a'}e,5 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION COOE , 7. AUTNOR(S) 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT Nt Fdwazd...P..:. RadforCf, M.D. ~:.:4.;.: ., , . . . .... , 9. PERFORM/NG ORGANIZATION NAME ANO AGDRESS Director, Center for Environmental Epidemiology 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. ~ Graduate School of Public Health Univ of Pitts AGA1D , . . Pittsburgh, Penna. 15261 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO. CR 806815-01-1 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COvERtt U S EPA Final Snrnaary_/svnt_h_esis . . 14• SPONSORING AGENCY CODE • HERL ' RTP, N.C. 27711 EPA-600/11 15.SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES Dr. Dennis J. Kotchmar served as project officer on this task whic was done in,cooperatio wi~rThh_ the pni}r, o Pitts.a Center for Environmental E:idemiolcc ` r ` ~ ~ ` *? ° - proie.. fic er ~ he'ovez+al~ ^ *h Pitts.Ctr ..Sa rl Ha4ts _ or the coon aoreemen* _ wi_ .is l o - 16. ABSI - effort of both the members of the .............r _._ _, _ _ -ne Particles and EPA staff. T :e ~ workshop was conducted after EPA developed a Problen Definition Study for
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50253 0716 RADON/RRRXX AIR--POLLUTION--PARTICULATE MATTER/LIGHT/TOXIC CHEMICALS/ CARBON MONOXIDE/PESTICIDES--TOXICOLOGY/ODORS/NOISE/LEAD/RADIATION/CONSUMER PRODUCTS/ AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/ASBESTOS/FORMALDEHYDE/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PUBLIC/ CLEAN YOUR ROOM! A Compendium Describing a Wide Variety of Indoor Pollutants and Their Health Effects, and Containing Sage Advice RA to Both Householders and Statespersons in the Matter of Cleaning Up, 576 ` Ca 1982 AND INCLUDING EDMUND G. BROWN JR. Governor A List of Experts Who Know What They're Talking About ALICE A. LYTLE, Secretary AS WELL AS I . r n + ~ r ~, , 3 l V; I A' Co{1'~utrir~r.c'1...,_tT.; ,*v~ } State and Consumer Services Agency -RICHARD B. SPOHN, Director Department of Consumer Affairs A Body Chart I February 1982 _,
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A6 . 50253 0725 PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY .! Series of Monographs, Texts, and Treatises BDITED BY T. T. KOZLOWSKI UniVQlsitY O/ WiJCOIYfn ~ JOCACC'?--AG"ICL!LTURE/ ,,,a,i,on, w;,co„gn ECOLOGY/BOTANY--ECOLOGY/GRO'e1TH(PLANTS)/RADIATION/ ~ 'ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION/STRESS INJURY/ TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS/ QH RESPONSES OF PLANTS TO 545 ENVIRONMENTAL,ISTRESSES 1972 - 1972 0 4 Cl ,fl (l t~ .? 6 3klj 4 J. LEVITT d.ur" .1 udeair,t s-i«K.s uiiii....itr er au..0m cslvaea, iwuam -w York San Francisco London Yarcourt Braca Jovanovich, Publishert
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50253 0722 GVD. III Du2-79 s,p, trna! Repor r, Contract tV ~ &. E'ta-WA-Rldl ~ .eONN •-C_1 ~ 0 d~9 ~ ~~U r- :F.S. 0 Pro ject Number 2pg-311 . Prepared for 'Fe~rF%AL -n , , 1.)SPACE 5 ;ld`',;bES LABt3RATi4RY _ npa Q~ l l~ (? fl t G ~~QiaVCv oAl ad~I ll.~ (J dv, "476 'U C, 41 e.?D 0:A :ra S"-%' 7 10 iJ i QG.:S'\] CY .riYSiEMS fiES~~l:C:~i ANs'? DEVEL©NNlEN.* Sw :011Cf; By . n.•; O , , f P.O. G.^.. I35S5 ;~:~i(c:clcf ~iia t ~ ~ 1 O:l fn~ VCi~ Cl . l : - - -1; TIsin E Au.qust 1963
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50253 0736 PfAMILY PLANNIN DIET AND DISEA TOBACCO--SMOKI SMOKING HABITS STRESS/DENTAL RADIATION/NOIS RA 776 Wy 1981 2 C. MEDICINE--PREVENTIVE/- 1AND pGFIILDBEARING/ DRUGS--SIDE EFFECTS/ii'm /NUTRITION/ALCOHOLISM/DRUG ABUSE/ACCIDENTS (HOME)/ --HEALTH EfFECT/SMOKING & HEALTH/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH, RELINQUISHING/EXERCISE/PHYSICAL FITNESS/ GIENE/AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECTS/WATER--POLLUTIOt OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH/LAWS & LEGISLATION/ THE BOOKOF Thet,'American Health Foundation 0 4 o nOn2 b 3 7 FDITO IN CHIEF Ernst L. ynder, M.D. SPECIA EDrrOR Sidne rtzberg ASSOCIATE EDITOR Ellen Parker S) i Franklin Watts iav xcu i.oov. m.awro t.Dw[r ia ., ~~1:~-
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5'0253 0727 A . i i (~}l ! 505 +I Ne r 1975 i ANNALS OF THEINEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 1 Y 247 OLUME February 28, 1975 BIOLOGIC EFFECTS OF NONIONIZING q(ADIATION• Edhor and Conjerenee Chairman PAUL E. TYLER CONTENTS Preface. By PAUL E. TYLER ......................................................... _....................................... .............. S Overview of Electromagnetic Radiation Research: Past, Present, and Future. By PAUL E. TYLER ....... 6 Part I. Effects on the NervousSvstem Introductior Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation on the Nervous System. By W. R. ADEY ............. IS Biochemical and Neuroendocrine Aspects of Exposure to Microwaves. Bv SOL M. MtCHAELSOV, WILLrAM M. HOUK, NANCY J. A. LEBDA, SHIN•TSU LU, AND RICHARD L. hiAGIN .......................... 21 Effects of LOw•IntenSity Microwaves on f solated Neurons. By HOWARD WACHTEL, RONALD SEAMAN, AND WILLIAM JOINES ............................................................ _................................................... 46 Some Elfects of Electromagnetic Radiation on the Brain and Spinal Cord of Cats. By EueENE M. TAYLOR AND BONNIE T. ASHLEMAN ...................................... .._.................................................... 63 ~Effef ~ts of Modulated vh~Fields.urr theLentr~Nervous System. By S. M. BAwtN, L. K. KACZSAREK, l 1 tq~~D ~!!R. A~Y ...43.......j...... t~ ...... .............................. _.................................................. 74 by a Pulsed Microwave Field as Evidenced by Spectral Analysis e White Rat. By B. SERVAN1rE, A. M. SERVAbTIE, AND J. ........................................... .................................................. 82 Do Microwaves Alter Nervous System Structure? B/' ERNEST N. AtlERT AND ti1ARK DESANTIS ......... 87
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50253 0724 ~ ._,_._ _ ..,~~.. .,...._..-. _....._ ,....-- --.. ...=- ---- ~ ~.1.._ . ~..,.....,~...._ .,, ~.:~-. . ! 1~C Lapp, Ralph Eugene, 1317- ~'776 Nuclear radiation physics, by lZalph E. LRpp and llcNvarcl Prent.ice-lI,-,.11, 11,);,-1. ~ L L. Aildrews. 2d ed. NeNvI'orlc. , 5321), illus, 23 cm. (Prentice-Ilall pl,ysics eeries) ~ 1. Nuclcar phpstce, 2. Rldiation. r. Andrews, Howard Luclu?, 1904- joint author• u•'1'itle. QCi21.].3G 1951 *b39.7 539.1 54-i l5;! ; LiLrary of Congress -- ~ i 1) 0 0 r i
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50253 0737 r ;:.Qll o #1 601 Radiari,on---Amino Acid Effects ~, Bu ....r, .., . .,t ,. ~ x~.~ ~ ..r,Dirt~~+YQ.. Ciii:.: ;7 :Y, ~'t? . 1, by miit:an i;ll}'f..cll Sd(:a Jo`:CL Z.. lfao;l)n 401 Pat~e:s ~ 1.t: j•-.i12C C].GIicG tl:bT YOL'iC 0 4 0 n 0 r~ 2 6 S 7 ~)
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50253 0729 ~ p,C ALM ; 41 :i.r,di;ttlor., v. 2 , iPa ~Oc- v•~ ~ r'raNxa_ui c, «^ ,. . ...«... ,.~
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50253 0738 ± Qi~ l'l1 I GJ a& ?i:ci:iai acid 'cct ' t on-~:aruao ac;a e~~ .~ .. r-. ....~.. ~,~n ~ _ .....__•i... _ C't . ,'::~..~=.j`. : ...: ~~_:~a..i ..._... ..~... ~ ~....... t- n a 7 7
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50253 0731 78 II Un2 REFERENCE SECTION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DIVISION LIBRARY OF CONGRESS A& TB 72-6 LC SCIENCE TRACER BULLETS BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OFPRADIATION --adapted from the MIT Pathfinder format Compiled by K. Rodgers SCOPE: Changes in the molecular system, destruction of certain cellular elements, and altered function or death of living cells of plants and animals, including man, resulting from exposure to ionixing,radiation. An introduction to the topic appears in: McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science and technology. v. 11. New York, bicGraw-Hi11, 1971. p. 241-250. Q121.M3 1971* SUBJECT tiE IN 'xl~ t~e i,C cSrd,rcat7alA under which books on the ! •^'"R-' ' "" he located include the
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50253 0708 i~~~ ..- [....1~ st_. .i.d Vl. •-A. • 1.:J.Si..l. _ ...* . . _ .. ~. nc`.:.,....-. 1.3:t? 1~~i.i,,rIC 1:.(.10 bti• > a~. ~ . cr r . b X''t Ct i t'rC•c.a~....e.r; S _~~:...._. .. J ' '(! 0 0 f) ! f
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50253 0745 RC CANCER--GEOGRAPHIOCANCER--EPIDEMIOLOGY/LIFESTYLES/ 261 CANCER--GENETICS/LEUKEMIA/DIET AND DISEASE/MORMONS/ADVENTISI Ca GENETICS--DISEASE/ RADIATION--BIOLOGICAL EFFECT/ 1980 D mu, CANCER INCIDENCE IN DEFINED POPULATIONS Edited by JOHN CAIRNS Imperial Cancer Research Fund JOSEPH L. LYON University of Utah Medical Center MARK SKOLNICK LDS Hospital 1 COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY 1980 U4 n n n rl f c~ ~ in 191 .., . r _.M ....~..._.., , ~ . _ ,
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50253 0739 ". I ~ i aW Rada.aGion--•Bi:aiography 1Z;zrL"Cr., ria].to : 1- 1`h t Y • C,:"'f-LS.~ ;.Y, , `; ;:~.].L'U*; Oux•:om. F;nci Mtrt. L. '.:ae :°c1J.. 1, 401 reSca i:;i.::.1.•'i'l'.~L.^Is:.., IZC'.sl Yn:.':{ ~ ~ . / U .i I I
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~ IZ11UlIlIlUP~, lUi~lLlivU,V..:/ GAS~S'-ANALYS1S,y.1ij)-t.l/SUI.FUR D10XIDE,V.I,E't.l/NITROGEN OXIDES,W6Q ,Pt.l/ CARCON MONOXIDE--DETERi"1INATIOfd,V.1 ,Pi:.IA/l1YDROCARi30NS --ANALYSIS,V.1 ,Pt.IA/ TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS, V.1,2,4/AIR--.POLLUTION--ANALYSIS, V.1,Pt.2/, 50253 07314 PARTICULATES, V.1,Pt.2/!rJATER--ANALYSIS,V.2,Pt. 2 & 2A/ PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIQUTION,V.1,Pt.2/PESTICIDES--DETERMINATION,V.2AJVSt ~ AS6ESTOS,V.4-,Pto2/N ISE,V.1,Pt.2/NOISE,V.1,Pt,2/LEAD,V.1,Pt.2/ METALS--ANALYSIS,V~'~,Pt.2 &2A/PHENOLICS,V.2A/OIL SPILLS, v,2AX RADIATION--ifEASURU,fENT,V.2A/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMA3CrOGRAPHY,V.2, 0D 117 Un .; Instruinentztion for ,r'Environmental Monitoring i ,'AIR, VOL. 1, Parts 1, lA, 2, 2A i•WATER, VOL.2, Parts 2, 2A ~RADIATIO,1tY Vol. 3 (1979) ;;BIOMEDICAL, Vol. 4 0 - ; , 3, 0 0, ri >. 6 3 7 3 e . Pt. l2-'-& 2A/ Environmenta! Instrurncntatfon Group Lawrence Bcrke!cy Laboratory (AUnivcrsity of California Berkeley, CA 04720 Sponsored by \ '' j .-'Research Applird to National Nc,~ds .~9 National Sc.ience Foundation '~ I .Y~ and (f~' Division of Biornedi;a, ancl f:nvironmen:A Ilescarch Departmant of Enerpy a
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.50253 0743 , ^p-,-7_icatzcn, v.7 Intcrnafional rcview of cytolob . v. 1- New York, Ac:tdcinic 1'ress, iJ52- r. Itlus. 24 cm. N7dttors : v. 1- G. 11. Rourne, J. V, DanfeL't. ~ r! ./, l) 1. Cytology--Period. t. rourne, Geo!lrey 2fownrd, INN- el f k r. ~ 41H573.I5 , r. ( ~ 57•I.80,, ...--.T i .,-. Library of Con„r:~fs tS;t1; ? 11
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~ ... 50253 0687 r 1/ ^' t ~ /~-"'_\ ~`.[-~'l.(-C>/1^~~+T-i 'NOTrs '],g'"f;-/Ra, The Ilexosanziuc content of Jeavest ei: E0 kD,`r<Wt7'1'fti:rr AND MukkAYFooTE Dcparhne+d of Micrcbiologr wid Llieclrcmisrry, Ghir•ersil}' of L'c-rnronl, LArrlinbron, Vcrnwnl, U.S.A. Received January S, 197-1 RACtJtiCN, D., and M. FooTt=. 1974. The hexosamine content of leaves. Can. J, I3ot. 52: 2111- 2113. Leaves of 20 species contained both polymer-bound and 80 o-acetone-soluble forms of hexosamine. Similar amounts of polymer-bounel hexos:nnine (about 1.9 r,g/mg protein) were found in all the leaves, suggesting that it may be an essential element of mcmbr;e structure. RACUSr:N, D., et M. FooTE. 1974. The hexosamine content of leaves. Can. J. Bot. 52: 2111- 2113. Les feuilles de 20 espcccs contiennent a ia fois des formcs d'hexosamine lices a des polyrncres et des formes solubles dans 1'acetone a W.;i.. On rctrouve des quantit~s scmblab:es (environ 1.9 u8; n'P de rNot^InCI (1'hexr,snmine tir~n a rlec nnh,m~rrc rlanc tnnre. Irc f~nilirc ; r nni v 'el 0 0 0 rs r` ~) 3 / ii .o
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'.50253 0741. ._._....~ ..~.- ~ ;_TP ~ 156 ~ 331 .~ Aft Radlation---Bi.ologiuiJl hppli_c:itiorirY, v.2 ~ i,'- 1. !, C.", • . U in n
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50253 0748 . 77 II Gi RADIA•rzoN---BioLOGTCAL EFFI:C1'S j El:.U.U,TI"3 Ti;F E'} FEGTS@F • t,rr"f•t EL'E4 C.'i,:i:N1lC EXtflSt?RGS •.. . .. By EtFe? S. G{Etepl-6 5tatistics se;.ricii Sy;tc~s C:aJrt^:CnL Raetfi;, i;orttm•est Lat;oraeor`;es MIUcjic l:~r.cri41 Ir,stitvtr: F.tthianct~ ~,~. 543~2 Scgt(r-,:-zr. i 17G A& i U N ~~ I * Rsscarch and :^,i:rar.t E(C5-t): i;,311
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50253 0746 Radiation---•L'ialogfca lialogfcal alogfcal l;ffect a ~:o i~? G ~• '°+aG~ e.G:,:.aov llvi C t'r? Coo; ic r."') ..•.. .. - C) ~ Li
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50253 0735 /:9/,tsJ 1./7 e "d CHEMISTRY j90 I el«z, AND 117 4r PHYSICS OF CARBON A Series of Advunces Editcd by PHILIP L. 1VA LKF, R, JR. DEPAF:ME`tE Ok' EbEL SCIENCE '(1SE YENNSYLVADIV. STATE UNWERAIY UMVERSfIY TARK. rENNSYLVANIA . 0 4 0 . 0 0 n >. 6 37 7 4 YOLUME.1 -~ /`r~ 7
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50253 0742 TP ;370 ! ne .- ,.... . ..._ . .. _ . . . At plicatio. Desresier, i 3Tr)rrii0 ii W Radiation tc:cluiologgy in fcwii, a}Crieull.u:•^, and bio'onti. by Norm;al IV. Desrc,sicr an<< I[enry af. 12otii,stu.--k. We_t- port, Cr.;ln., _, vi Pub. Co.,19G1). 401 p. ilhm 24 cw. lncludes biblioErar}hv. 1. itadialioa. ^. Radintion-Pirysiolcgicnl elTctt. 3. RaQiolozY, It:dustrial. z. 1:o,cmtwk, }3enry Jf., joint aulhor. . ir. Titk•. Q.HG52.ili5 5 i-1.19 GO-42i5 71 Ll ~ Library of Con_r,r(-s .0 1) 0 f / .f k11, .5i I -) 12,
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A& 50253 0758 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ CHROMOSOME ABERRATIONS/GENETICS--DISEASE/• (~,,G`LVETIRVGLNE~)tlIf~6~y RADIATION--BIOLOGICAL EFFECT/MUTAGENLCV QH 431 Vo 1979 , HumanGenetics Problems and Approaches \1 ith 420 I igures and 210 Tables (3+0 0, 0 6 R! §priti'ReQVeZag Berlin Heidelberg NewYork 1979
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~` 50253 0744 Ihlil',].AT10id!AIR--POLLUTI0~1--ItI,ALTII EI'I'I:CT/TOXINS--BIOLOGY--AAND]300I:/ RADIATI0N--35IOLOGICAL EFrI:CT/T0XIC0L0GY--ACUTE TO.I'ICITIES/ANTIRIOTICS/ FU:a:ICIDES---TOXICITY/IIEI:P,I.^.IDL•'S--TO::ICOLOGY/INSECTICIDES--TOkICOLOGY/ NERVOUS SYSTEM/PLANTS--AIR POLLUTION--I:FPI:CT/PI,ANTS--LATIN NAMI:S & CO1'u+.ON NAMES/ ANIMALS--LATIN NAMES/ '/NEUI:O-BIOLOGY/PARASITISti--BIOLOGY--HANDL'00I:/ RI:I' Q . 123 Al 1973 ~- ~~ ' Data Book D Bi0l0CJ ./ Second Edition VOLUME II COMYILED AND EDITED BY Philip L. Altman and Dorothy S. Dittmcr Federation of Amcrican Socictics for Expcrimcntal Biology ' •BTHESDA. 1(ARYLAND il ei Cl (1 {1 r, 1 i;~ F3
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50253 0721 d f r(Jli ,C i!~ ~r, cUC IP t'1" ~~~' ~lSi; itft:•-. YI~JCE~t,t:;GS 73 :I En •677 Joutlr Sr:,Ra- l.oad, :.radru.re L, \~ txo.u. n Ttle Effect of Gamma:R:iRtiia#ion on the AvaiIAilifs- of Nitrogen and Phosphorus in Soil' CttAtu.i`s F. Fvo AND hIucEt Fc.•PY-aoE= ABSTRACT The f«ects of several levels of gamma radiation rang- Ag front 0 to 2,OtiS kiiorocnt-lens on the availahility, of N trd P frtan threc finc sands and one peat soil were invest- ;ntcd. Nutrient release s.•as rncasurcd chcmicallv aud by >lant uptakc. Irradiation increased the availalrilitv of N Ind t' ir. sails c.•aluatcd irnmediatcl.• following irradiation, tnd a(tcr 2 a•ceks of inculiation. This was slros•n by both ,hemic:,l and plant uptake measurements. The release ~I N arul P was closely related to soil type and more par- ,icularly to its orunnic matter content. In each case the Ioil cvr.:ainin, the lar!-est amount of orzanic matter hoss•ed t're 1•a ryest increase in extractable N and P after lrradiaticn. An evaluation of the ammonium acetate .nll 4 F) extractable Ca, Mg, and K data indicatcd that 'ierc .:cre no mca.ureahle changes in the availahilit.• of fiepunte rom .. ~ SOrLS--SCIE?7CE/ - Vol. 27, \o. 3, ii.ry-)unc Pt'A, a41;J.:>01 Am .• ~ IN A's FAxt.tr•.n PAl'ER (7) the authors su_r,gested that gamma r.rdiation may affect soil fertility, since it %s•as shoss•n that irradiation of soils influenced tLe microor~y; n• isms and ecrtain of their metabolic rroccsses. Recent papers by ~oti,er investigators (•I. :9) also have described effects of radiatic:n on snil populations amone .vhich ::.^_ man.• imixutant to the productivity of tL•c soil. it is siblc that s,-rme.results observed svlien plants are irrlcliutrc: «hile gro~.i:r ; in soil rna.• be responses to irrao'iatcd soi: rather than to the effect of radiation on the plant. The pur- pose of tlce present stucly was to es•aluate the effcct (,: gamma r:rc:::rtion on the nutrient status of the soil so thac this cffcct L.ay be estimated separately front the of plants to iadiation. _ EXPI:IiI\fl:\TAL PROCEDURE Samples of soil from the surface 6 inchcs of Arredonclo. _.,.,..e_..>,...._... Blantem. :utzl Scr:rntnn Gnr• e.)r,dc Ir..l nf '1.-Ilu•o "I n ~• M ~ r.! (t r; ~) ~5 il l1
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rurUl.~~liucv/1~~GlAL t•I11VUY,1'11hS/ 50253 0677 79 I Un4f U. S. News and Florld !;eport, 10/15/79, pp. 47-49 TAKING StT<1PE: A BIGGER, nIrrERWPOPULATION As America edda 2-1 mUUon people, the new A dramatic increase is expected in the oldest age bracket, mlx of ages, races, regional spread people 75 or over. Growth of this age group during the 'ti0s 1a111 nffect buaineaa, crime, Qven taxes, will total 2.6 million, accounting for 12 percent of the na- Of all the factors that will affect people's lives in the '80s, ~~ttttt4ltt*ftftftTfl?ftNtttttttfttttttftttttt * few will )~~~a ~boi~ger impact tl.an the ihiBs ahead in America's ! popVlatloff-KE~ F~ORECASTS * Crowth in the number of Americans will speed up. Po u- ~ A-o: Natiori will ' lation will expand by about 21 million in the coming de- • ~ grow ador on everage, torang busi- ~ ' , po4rbcto'r/oo more mature audience. ~ cade, or 3 million more than in the 1970s. By 1990, the : nem country will have an estimated 242 million people. Y GI~ Number will increase but not t~irtti rate. ; The big increase will be in older, more affluent age :Vaa= wll increase in proportion to wtxtes; Asians will ; brackets. Four fifths of the population growth will be in + douae ttwir share of populatiws. ; persons in their 30s and 40s, most of the rest in the age 60- ~Ststoa: Bia gainera--C',alHomia, Florida, Texas. : and-older group. : Tcen-&ots: Docline in number means less crime, few- : Births will increase from 33 million in the 1970s to 39 * ~rriI" volunteWs& f miUion in the '80s. Tbis upswing is to result from a large in- crease in women in their childbearing years, not from any ~ increase in the birth rate. ' tion's total population growth and brinRing the number of The number of Americans under age 20 will faIl below 30 such senior citizens to more than 12 million. percent of the populntion for the first time in history. The 't'hese chitnges in the naqon's population picture for the reason: A sharp decline in the number of teen-agers, result- decade ahead are computed by the magazine's Economic fng from the smaller rate of births in the '60s and '70s. Unit, based on official projections. For a look at what these People over 65, niost oCjthqr~~ re#$red(}4~i11!' acco~int fgr 13 ~'~ ~1 mean- , out of • creaset ng(ng Labor Force the numv~c, ,,, s„•„r- ' merican labor force will grow more slowly and in- h1 of 30 million by 1990. crease in experience as fewer young workers :eek jobs. Un- employment is expected to lessen. 1
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50253 0749 : -_........~_...._..._.................,,............ ._..__. ..:. ~.•.~F...~~,...ei..a:4.'wt.::...ai1a.Y.Xire.a~.. e: I eCt. Glueckauf, E, ecl. Atomic energ y waste; its nature, use and disposal. Now York, Inierscience Puulishers, 1961. 4420 p. illus. 26 cm. Include, bibliography. 1. RadioACClce wAste disposAl. I. Title. ~ TD812.G55 r "1 621.4838 61-9158 Library of Congress ~C1h51 • t ~ :1 n n r: .•. (3 ~ ~,
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50253 0757 RADIATION--BIOLOGICAL EFFF,CT/CANCER--CAUSATION BY RADIATION/ 80 II To Totter, John R. THE SPONTANEOUS CANCER MORTALITY RATE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO SPECIFIC ENERGY CONSUMPTION June 1979 Institute for Energy Analysis, Oak Ridge Associated tlniversitefs Oak Ridge, Tenn. 0~ ti r:o 0 rS °). 6 30 9 (')
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iJ-`~::. ~- 1 • SUaMA ryl~ ~:E M E Dlcll [\1 C 0N j . ~. _ U. S. S. NAUTILUS AND U. S. S. SEAWOLF JO11h 11. YT3L•RSOLTs, Lreulcnrrrrt Comr.:aitdet, htC, USN N TI)12, p^st few yezrs the hi;hly sl~ecialized field of sub- J m:irine. r;edicinc and submarine physiology hns becn deeply involved in the revolutionary c1~::n;;,?s brouf;ht ahout by tho 1(11•ent of tl,e nuclear st1~3C,QrinC~i, ~°1\1ttli:i ll1 ;" RnC~ "1: CC1~1'Ulf", ~~O- day there is more t!:nn pror::ise that the problems of nuclenr pm.ver wi!1 involve all fi<_lds of military nleclicine and this is not limited :;ne l1lUi1C, for rl:e r:p;•licat•ion of nuclear energy nrorn- , , I i 1
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50253 0768 . • .... _... BREAST CANCER/rtA?S10GRAPIIY/RADIATION-INDL'CED CANCER/ CANCER--BREAST/CANCER--CAUSATION BY RADIATION/ LUNGS--CANCFR/ ANNALS OF THE'NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES YOLUD4E 114, ART. 2 PAGES 717-1083 r . ~ l Apri12, 1964 RC 261 Ne 1964 Editor HAROLD E. WHIPPLE Managi Editor MARVI . SPITZER UNUSUAL FORMS AND ASPECTS OFI-G`ANCER IN MAN* Consulting Editor N. HENRY MOSS CONTENTS " `7nIrrirffiMr.Td RrONerk.k' Rv N 1'C. ~' ,An••c
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50253 0771 QUr/ a n---Yi) o t- x :o r;t N Nokes, Malcolni Cuthbert. Radioactivity measuring instruments; a guide to their constructioii and use. \ew Yorlc, Philosophical Libr:u y 11959, `iJ53, 75 p. [llus. °2 cut. liadioncti~ity \Icasuremcnt. 1. Geiger-.lliiller courrters. 2. I. Title. Q C737.CG`; C 1 539.774 5J -l 6U 17 ; l.ll,rary cf Cen,;ress ~ -> i101 ;;.~; .J tt D f~ :.
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50253 0752 FOII:ZIER TRANS;_OR`1 INSTRt7MEiTT::TIDNJ.":UCt:EAE' ; ;~DrCTIOi~ SPECTR.29COPY ; / CHEMICALLY INDLTCFD DYNA.*iIC NUCLEAR POLARIZATION(CIDNP)/ DEUTRON MAGNETIC RESONt1*:CE/ENZYMES--S'PPUCTURE/NUCLEIC ACIDS/MEMBP.ANES/ RADIATION--BIOLOGICAL EFFECT/PROTEINS--ENZYMES/HEMOGLOBIN/PROTEINS/ CARBOEfiIDRATES--STRUCTURE/ ~ ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEIIY OF SCIENCES ~ ~ QC W Volume 222 Dccember 31. 1973 451 Ne ~ 1973 ELECTRON' SPIN RESONANCE AND NUCLEAR INiAGNETIC : RESONANCE IN BIOLOGY AND 1IEDICINE AND ;1iAGNETIC RESONANCE IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTENIS • I i Editors SIGMUND E. LASl:ER AND PAUL MILVY ConJcrence Cliairmcn SIGMUND E. LASRER, HARDEN \t. -%TCCONNELL, AND PAUL AIILVY Advisory Coremittee S. CHAN, O. J.kRDETZxY, W. D. PHILLIPS, AND H. N1. SWARTZ CONTENTS IIIIIDduclSOn. SIGMUND E. LASKLR ..................................... 7 ~ ~ ) . ....-.-~•.-.~-.-+r...+-v~-.. . ..-.-.,. .--e~..--.,.....~.~, ;...~...-,~,--.....__.-.-.. ..._......,.~~,.._-..._~...>......_.-~.....~sn.--...-.-.~-.._,.,•~• es.-._. _. . ~i7 i ~5 ~(1 (l
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50253 0769 r i• r t~ ~{i(~1.71~1U?1^~l:a$l•'~ll~'Cll{..~i• ... ...... .... ~~......... _.. _...~ _ .._ ...~ ~...-__ . ,... _ .,._ _ _ _ .. ~....._.,..~n-....,~~.~ ._~a,~Ir..~v.i:... u._ .~ ~:..~..~.K t z aC:-_..~. A..a r~rCj: . nc;,, Y(.~1~' S0 ~ . t. .. ai s,7 O ?4~1i1~ .Fff%:JJ 11F~o Jac~nnr.~6 4 „8j
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50253 0760 / Rarliaa,icr.--Ueca:n»o;: ii;icn.. I E4.dvanees in tracer methodology. v. 1- ~ 3 New York, Distributed by Plenum Press t1:)0- ) v. illua., dtagrs. 24 cm. "A publicntfon of tha New b7neland Nuclear Corporotlon." Vols. 1- are the 1'romdings of the 5th-- gyinposlum on Advnnc--s 1n Tracer Methodology, slQiuorcd by tbe New England Nuclear Corp. and other inilustrlal orranizstlocu;; v. 1 r.iyo Includca selected pap!ra from tl?e lirsi four Sym;.osia Includes bibliography. 1. Trtttutn-Contresses. 2. I2adlonctice tracera-f,ongrer,ses. i. New England Nuclear Corporation, Boston. TK9-f110,A3 ~ 541.388 62-13475 Library of Congrcss 1f3f.51
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50253 0755 ~ a :\Ir.J.~. .nJ ~ .. Smullen, Willard C ed. ]3asic foitndations of isotohe tcchnique for teclunicians. Sprin~;,iicl~i, Iil., Thomas i195C~ 1G„ p. illur. 24 cm. Iucludes bibliography. 1. ltudiolo„y, Medical. 2. Rudioisotol-~=. 11893.S5 195C Library of Congress C1C.0757 L53h5, i.'1'itle. 5C-9117 j e ~c~0 cl
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50253 0772 Includes bibliography. AL6 Nuclear radiation detection. New York, llcCraW-Ii:'1, 1955. 8S2 p. illus. 24em (\icGran-Iii11 series In nuclear engineerin_) Price, William James, 1015- 1~:..i/1 i 71 -".*..1C3:i^ ^I1 i:i t-i. u1cn+i.,5 l. Nuclear counters. 2. 13adlonctivits. r. Title; (z.C787.CGP7 *539.77 537.G3 57-11865 : Library of Courres3 1501=201 of1 i) n Ci tj. ;~ U~
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50253 0770 60~. F itaci 4-~, i:;st,•it_~;;n'i,.,, Faires, Ronald Arthtir, 19I0- liadioisutope, laboratory techniques, by R. A. 1+ aires arid ]3. I[. 1'arks. With a fon,.Nrord by Ilenry Seligman. Lon- don, 'NeNmes t1958 i. e. 1957, 244 p. illus. 23 cm. (Newnes practical :;c:enee Uooks) Includes bitfflograhhy. 1. Radioisutope laboratorics. i. Parks, Bertram IIasloch, 1J)Mr joint author. u. Title. QC7S1.F3 °`539.77 !iS-2319 ~ Library of Congress t50k10j _.... . - ..-.. .....~ .. :-.+ ~ 4 0 9
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~ 50253 0762 I , , International Commission on Radio!ogical Units and 1leas- ureme.)ts. Report, 1956. Washington, U. S. Govt. Print. OiT., 1957. 4S I). illus. 27 cm. (National Bureau of Standards handLook 02, "Sulx~rscdes II1ndUook 47." 1. Radiatlon-I)osage. (hC100.U5G5 no. 02 / 57--G1455 ~ - Copy 2. RA1231.R2 I 55 Library of Congress t5S[51 0 0 ~1 2 6 A 0 1
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50253 0777 AW Radtatiot,--Maximum allowable c:oncentration. ':....'i .. ..... ...i ....,:~::i w± -- '.,:`: '...,.. ...!_.' . , _.-...... .~~~, . . r,..,,.... . a . ,...,.,.. ". . i.`. ? .. ~'• . . . . ~; . . . ;' ..... . • . .;+r~ . l ? P 1.~~..:.L.(.%:. ....t: ~...~s_~.... .~U. •f• ) 1\ i
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. 50253 0775 QC 770 S / . • ~ Radiation--Instruments, Spectroacopy ,......~' 5:?;-vU;,Ti:f ('.: I±;:,:.0 C't'.W: i Ii Mkli, YECderbiil- ~~c.iv~ fr.='.:y r 1.5v0. / / i N I I RcdicaccNic, :a; %rnai.: bo4j cou.:cS.:y-, tr.d Cf:c:cC' Jf i)} : . . xx, 4^'I f. i13ea., c_- .., t.!sx~.c. 24 c.. 0 4 o n o re ). S 4! 4 r i 0 I Igow
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50253 0747 , IP'hLA 1... .,. z._ ~~...._. , ;TTO'+/i'IIl1GOCYT+~STS/R1:'iTC'.ll.0~; i~..•1,,ir• ,T..I:L7. .L . ~ 36 Fl 1970 . ~;. EEDITED BY .I,oRD r~.CRI-.:~' Provost of Thc Ouccn's Collcyc Uni~•ersiv of Oxford Fourt!~ Edi:ion W. B. SAUNDERS Co'.iPANY Pt11LADT:Lt'lli ~Lt'lli~ AtdD LONDON i GEMERAL PATHOLO~"f .~ ; 1;iJO / ;(t , .~ .) .~ . . . i 4 13LOOn/Ili::•ii)EPIIAGE ANll SIIf,,- I:/I;1)'.;rtn/F1:~;:, /ATHEI:OSC RAilIATIU;~I--liIc~LOG.T.CAL EFrF.C;'/A':TICl:`:S t;::D AKTIItOPI;:S/I:T-tUaOL(?GY/ TL'BI:RCL1.OSIS /GII:I;SGS/T'At'IiOLOGY, IIU:L;`;/Cl1NCI:1:--L''PIDI;MIOLOGY/ CAIvU I:--PA'Pfi0I.0GY / ~ RB
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50253 0780 r .^...~~~~~..t.....:._: .-T._ ~.__._-. - . _ . _ . - - . d...~.~.-..._ ..~r~._.~..~_ . .1 9 ~: s n .
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50253 0773 I 1) Smultcn, Wiltard C ed. Basic foiundations of isotope technique for technlClan~. ' Springfield, 111., Thomas t195Gj 163 p. illu^. 24 cm. Includes bibltog-raphs. 1. Rndiolory, Medical. 2. Radioisotopes. z. Title. 11.8G5.S5 1956 •~ 616.0757 5G--9117 S Library of Co~~ore.~s `.A`f [58115, ci W
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50253 0776 NOISE/MICROWAVE RADIATION/PHYSIOLOGY/RADIA'1'ION, IO,IILIt1G/RESPIRATORY TRACT--PIIYSIOLOGY CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/FOOD--ADDITIVES/FOOD--CONTAMINATION/ 143 HANDBOOK OF PHYSIOLOGY Ha 1977 A critica.l, comprehensive presentation ~ REF Q 123 tia 1977 of physiologica.ll kn.ocul.ed.cre and concepts . SLC'1'ION 9: ~~ve;au10)3..S W O . ~1v~r0 nnientaAgents Section Editor: DOUGLAS H. K. LLi.'E Associate Editors: HANS L. FALK ~[-I ALbO,T I;. 1yIt~IZ I'~ II~ ~ 4 Execut Americatt Pltysr:olobica.l Society, BET„FSDA, TIARYJ.AND, 1977
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50253 0785 c? 1,6 ~ i i~,.~tfc;,~ '~ , ~ .-1.A J •~ . ILJris `' • . • Annual r eview of microbio?og-y. v. l.- Stanfor.l, Calif., _lnmtal Re: iews,1947- v. ll1u~. 23 cm. N:ditor: v. 1- G. E. Clifton. 1. Dlicro-orl;r,nicros-learbooks. 1. Clifton, Charles E;o!f, ed. QI3,1.A5 Library of Congress t 559.95058 49-432' i53d21] 14 %r ) fy C1 f 1 1 6 41, 2
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50253 0782 Am r .~ ` lLc%.CLl.i: .''i::i^I':L? A. Price, William James, 1918- ' Nuclear radiation detection. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1958. 382 p. Illus. 24 cm. (\1cGrnw-lltll series In nuclear engineering) Includes Lihl,obraphy. 1. Nuclear counters. 2. Radioactfvity. r. Title. Q0787.CGP7 Y`539.77 537.53 ~ Library of CA)n,ress -- a 6 ~J ~ I C' ~~ 0 0 0 0
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; 50253 0764 ~ maa ,GIOY:--DojE6E3, QC U. S. Nation.al Committee on Radiation Protection. P'~ 3~~ - Permissible dose from external sources of ionizilt~ radia- U' tion; recommendations. Washington tU. S. Go~~t. Print. O1£.1 1054. t viii, 79 1). Illus. 20 cm. (National Bureau of Standards hand• ~ >ool: GO) 1. Radlation-Physiolohical effect. 2. ]tadiatfon-Dosage. r. Title. (Series: U. S. National Bureau of Standards. National liureau of Standards handbook 69) QC100.U5G5 no. 59 5l-C0790 - Copy 2. 'RA1231.R2U527 Ltbrary~ of Congress <__ 110)
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50253 0779 am A~railc;~:, G L lsuiohic iracers; ,z, tlleoreti--~a1 tuld lli;ictical manual for ]Jlolog)Ca1 stll/le)1tS 1111("I reFeal'c]1 \vor]iers, by G. ii. Fr1RC]_y 11'. ,11u11imul, ancl A. 11'orma]l. With a fo,•ev:ord b~ G. IIcvesY. 2d ed. il,oltdonl Ql?it•ei:sit.y of Loadolt, :;fhlone Press; tlabel: Fair Lawn, \. J., F,tisential I3oolcs; 1959. 5521 1p. illus. 23 cm. Jnrludvs UibllotiraPhs. 1. Radioac:ice tr:uers. 2. Tracers (Iiioloh-S) , r. Title. 1 () -, 4 1 11 ;l 0 0 r, QII.>o3.F73 1950 541.388 60-653 ? , j. Library of Cougres
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50253 0781 , €1" I'l . () n 0 (; n Rad3.~ t ior..- rs:-~ sLremen t~'. Lycsit, Willi.,ra S. , Jr. (ed, ) Cif 7Dlc. TO AC':'aY'A7: IU1 luu:T.Y,~.~'L°i. 1964 1186 p. D. Vnti h'c^tre.Yd Co., Ii:c. Yew se:rceY ~ ~) 4 2 1) ~w
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i t' U!7 c f!) U U. LV..'U ` •gA `"$~T~~u3a~.S cp~epua~S 30 L1•,?,~t1~ YLLIYF~^:. ~l?C)~~'~`'3t9~iiT jS'::Pp~+l{+?3~Y• lr i T •r?67,?t! j •~ • . n ,~ .1 :~ ~ ~'• itA:i~t:tlt~ •~) "i{ rt{ ~'~ ~a Ptx • ^ 'Y!if1lr~1~'". ~''NIr'`I ;,fZ K(?~ ~.:iQ3 Qf1t~`~ xsm',i{i:; i i'{~J~ ~.~ •i{ •L:Otit'A:!)I{•~i < S9LO £SZOS
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50253 0766 I ac• ~ h7sZA, ' 1°~o i Ref. I 1 I Q ~ tl r. 0 r s 1). 6 4 l l 9
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, 50253 0789 I kactidtinn--t-t)rtalzty F.ud l,:oO,idl.ry_-.i2r=a : Ci tFdcrofiche ~, l+~, P,• Z ~ i~~'.. ... y t. lJ ~ .... 4 r t.t~ .a1 50 ~ n 4" r d ,~' •4 t ICI%ii5 57 ,......k u~.iC1S1:~a.~i:! :titrLvaU$ld, LrCi. ~ •~ ~~ (1 (?
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~ 50253 0799 ~ 7sJ ~ Un21z. ~ 1 a6 iNad13.n1Cll--Pro:.E.': L'.lOI: Clga.7 t1St --:irai11a1~:1:; _i. ,e . .e.. ....E. ~ . r r... . .. ~^ a ~.' a. fv'. ,.,.n..~. _. ... . ., c . ~.... . ., .. -..._ . .... . r . ...r f. ... .. . r.t. ~ • C) o 0 o rf ~! 6 4 : ; A
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i Annual review of phcsiology. .} (~ r Stlnford University P. 0., Calif.,1-939- 1 :s. 23 cm. Yditors : 1t)311- J. M. 7.uck, V. E. Hall. I'ublished by American physiological society and Annual revleK-s, Inc., 1939- 1. 1'hyslology-l'c:)r-Irooks. r. Luck, James Dturray, 1&'K}- ed. rr. liall, Victor E'rncst, 1901- ed. ir. A)uerican physiological societt-. jv. Annunl revle•.vs, Inc. (,1]'1.A535 612.058 39-151ti! Library of Conl;ress tr13p1j ; ~; 7 9 (l (, x
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50253 0767 .. .. ~. . . ~ . . . ._ ..._ . .. .!?rt7C1 b QC,'S Sy ClU, .l...°F f::•C'. Rarliat:o« hyhiene handuook; a practical reference cov::riu~, the industrial, nudicsl, nnd resc.arch uxs of 1•acliation and atonzic energy qpec:ial ahplications to tLc ficlds of hcalth physics, industt•ial 1:ygiene, ancl sanitaiy enrcinecrin*. Iiantion 1Slatz, editor-in-chief. lst ed. New York, ,l1.cGraw- Ilill, 1959. Iv. 1 f'arious pagin^,l 111us., diaqrs., table,(;. 24 cm. Inc•iudea Liblionr,ipme-s and bibliographical refercnees. 1. ltadiatimn-1'hysiulogical effect. t. B1!itr, Ilnnso!i, e1. Gl•1.715 5~ ---9985 ~ Library of Congt•e,,3 - IGOr201 1fA1231.11' .21'.28 0 " 4 .o • r o ri ~~. 6 .4 0 r
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50253 0792 '•TP R~:dlatian-- Phy:~i.;~~c^?ca1 L~i~ec"~ .1370 1 i 1)e Desrosier, N orrnan W ~ i 2c. : PDDL Radiat ion technology in food, agr iculture, and bioloR , by Norman V: . I)est•osier and Ilenry Rosenstock. 1Yest_- port, Conn., Avi Pub. Co.,19G0. 401 p. tllns. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Rlrlfntion. 2. Rnd;ntion--PhysiologScn1 efiect. 3. itr,diolnl-s-, Industrial. i. P.nsenstxk, Henry M., iotnt nuthor. Ii. Tttle. QHC52.D15 574.19 60-4275 ~ Library of Congress 121 , ~ .., I ~; i) n (1 f, :~ ra .`+
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GASES,.- RADIATION, iUiV!/.1tvG,VL ~/ AwALYSIS,Y.I;~'t.l/SJL,UR DIOX,IDE,V.1,Pt.1/NITROGEN OXIDES,*1,Pt.1/ CARI30N triONOXIDE--DETERMINATION,V,1 ,Pt.1A/HYDROCARQOiI1S --ANALYSIS,V.I,Pt.IA/ TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS, V..1 ,2,4/AIR•--•POLLUTION--ANAI.YSIS, V.1,Pt.2/ 50253 0784 PARTICULATES, V.1,Pt.2/hIA-.-ER--ANALYSIS,V.2,Pt. 2 & 2A/ / PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIQUTION,V.1,Pt.2/PESTICIDES--DETERMINATION,V.2AfV q ASCESTOS,V.~-,Pt.2/N ISE,V.1,Pt.2/NOISE,V.1,Pt,2/LEAD,V,1,Pt.2/ I METALS--ANALYSIS,V~~2',Pt.2 &2A/PHENOLICS,V.2A/OIL SPILLS, v.M RADIATION--MEASUREMENT,V.2A/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSI$T,GAS CHROM{~fOGRAPHY,V.2, Tnstru>nentation - Pt. ~''~t 2A/ QD 117 for Environmcntal Instrumcntation Group • Un Lawrence Borkolr•y Lahorato %, ,;ILnvironinr.nta] Monitoring (/(Inivcrsity of California Berketey, CA 94720 VOL. 1, Parts 1, 1A, 2, 2A i-1dATER, VOL.2, Parts 2, 2A -RADIATION; Vol. 3• (1979) t,QIOMEDICAL, Vol. 4 0 t; n(l n~; ;% i t~ 2. 3 3,. . .y Sponsorcd by •"'Research Applied to National McPds National Science Founddtiou ~^ and ~ Division of f3iornedical and Environmeuud Rcscarch Departmant of Encrgy ri n
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U t' r~ ~~ t'' t) 0 0 I 2v so.zn-;topj 1LL j 1060 ESZOS '~ 7J > ~
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50253 0796 6 ;QtI Syiitposiuzii on Radiobiolo~;;, Obcrlin c,ollc0e, 1950. 505 The basic aspects of radiation effects on lilinn s3'stetns, S edited by James J. Nickson. 1•:ditorial committee: P. Me.- rison tand otL•ersl Non- Z orlc, \Viley t19521 aii. AEii p. il?us. 2i ciu. lodudcs biblio;raphics. 1. I'adiatin .--i'h~siolo~ical cftect. i, Nicicson, James J.. ed. L*. Ti t le. QII505.S;7 1950 ; ; G12.014-432 nZ--50-I0 l,ibrary of Co-ilgress 1541,101 _....a,......-.-.~..-,~ ..... ......: .. .~ .~ n f) fe 2 6 4
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D253 0795 . .. ., ;TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ ' I ABNORMALITIES, HUMAN--ETIOLOGY/BIRTH HEFECTS/ I tANCER--CAUSATION/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ BIRTH WEIGHT/~ $ADIATION--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/SMOKING & HEALTH/ ~ T HIGI-iEST El ISK BY CHRISTOPHER NORWOOD Environmental Hazards to Youn ; and Unborn Children MCGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY \60' YORK ST. LOL'IS _ ShV FR.INCISCO _ , (~ ~~1 XlCO DL'»ELBORK' zdRUxrd , F ---`-----
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50253 0786 +TP ;156 ~.._ . .y.__.. ~_._ __._,_: ...:.: . ~ __~. ........~ . -..F~ ~; iRl Radiai:ion--Microozganis}ns= v.2 r i.-. .~Y.Yf 1:. ~. e.::i . a4 o (l 0 (, ~ 6 Ei 9. c;
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RADIATION--MEASUREMENT/RADIATION, ION1MG/ 81 IV Un ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION/ j ti NIOSH TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE REPORT 80-105-757 KEYWORDS: SIC 2711 (Newspapers), VDTs, ionizing (K-ray) radiation, nonionizing (uttraviolet, radiofrequency) radiation. TA 80-105-757 OCTOBER 1980 NIOSH INVESTIGATORS: Lexington Herald-Leader Milliam E. Murray Lexington, Kentucky David L. Conover, Ph.D. - Jerome P. Flesch Z45, rq~..~MA.o~OtG/au..~WlhrlhM I. SUMIARY bM-s. t.n Wo~.e0~~4 II,COIU~Y.MO.v O~Cw~uT 0~.00 On August 11, 1980, a request was received from the Lexington Herald-Leader, Lexington, Kentucky, to evaluate the potential radiation hazards from video display terminals (VDTs). At least one female employee who is pregnant expressed concern about the possible effects of radiation exposure on the development of her child in utero. Approximately 60-80 terminals are currently used in word processing application at the newspaper. Both ionizing and nonionizing radiation were measured on a sartQle (35 units) of terminals selected at random. The survey was carried out on August 12-13, 1980. The levels of Ionizing (x-ray) and nonionizing (ultraviolet and radio- frequency) radiation were below the current occupational exposure standards from OSHA and N10SH. The x-ray and radiofrequency radiation were below the detection capability of the instrumentation employed for_ the survey. 4 ,~ . ` 0. .~
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50253 0805 Glasshmc, San-tuel, 1ScJ7- ;imirccbaul: on atomic Cni'1', y. 2d ed. Yrinceton, i;. J., Van \<,slr:u:cl ~1~~5S) 041 p. illns. 24 cm. I 1. Atomic eecrgy. QC77G.G G 1958 *tS39.7 58- i9G1 r Library of Cor.arcs9 ~ ~ t53k030i . J • . ( / 0 . 4 f 0 .~ r lI i lJ ~1 ~. i• ~,
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50253 0798 , :~ ............:.:..:.~ _:.;:.~_a Keciiaa-*,.oli_--?it~v:;:ic~loi;:Let;l offect. U. S. 1Vational Committee on I>'adiation Protection. Permissible dose from esternal sourccs of ionizinr rac:ia- tion; recommendations. Washini;(.on tU. S. Govt. Pi-int. OtT.] 1951. ctii, 79 p. illus. 20 cm. (National Bureau of Standards lMnd- book 59) ° 1. Radiatlon-Phyctolohical elTect. 2. Radfation-Doaage. 1. 7.Ytle. (Series: IT. S. National Bureau of Standards. Nat`:onai Bureau of Standards handbook 69) QC100.U565 no. 59 5-1--G07J~) ----- Copy 2. ~'~' `.~ RA1231.R2U;i27 L!LTAry of Congress t10) o 4 (3 ('i n (i -~ !) ~'i .{ 7
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,0253 0793 ~QH ; 505 ;L .......~ ..~.. ... ...~ ~.~'.V~ ....... .........~~......r."..~..r..~..t"'a~] ?ft ...~S.r.slct.illdVit• Radiai;ion--YiyrsioloCic.:.1 ef fect. L Lea, Douglas Edward. Actions of rudiations on living cells. 2d ed. Cambridbo tEng.j University Press, 1955. 416 p. Illus. 22 cw. 1. IIadintion-Physiolotiicai effect. 2, Cells. i. Title. (ZI1652.L4 1955 '`574.191 65-179S 1 Library of Coneress 110; n~ 0
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. ~ 7. lz~diat•iou---I~ayszol::~,ica]. c:ff:~ct. t'h Microfiche Ziio:apsea, ~ta ;?la:T. M:w'QRl VO 5 t' ~y~P CCi~tf'~4 t~i. ~ E. G. Sf:Zf:S'ttUC eJ1d ~ {~~ {p V/~iF V! €sL`Gc~~<.':4'~ vA. ()
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50253 0794 Iircii~ ~fotz-Tliy3i_clo~.l.c<s7. Fi.t':~ NAtio153I It.csearch Council. Subcommittee on Padiobio.>ogy. 13asic niechail1S11]s 111 1'lilllol)iolot;y. ii. Physiril and clieill- ical .wpcct,. Proceedings of an informal conference held at Iligliiand Park, Illinoi::, \fay 7-:1, 1:153. I?clitori"~l coi*i- mittee: Jolui L. .11agee, Martin D. Kamen landl l:obert L. Pl;it•r.m;ili. Conference comp-Littee: IIoward J. Curtis in1ntl otliersl Wasliinr ton,1')5'. vii, 1•15 p. illus. 2;i ciu. (Nuclear science series; ireport no. 151) rntionai l:esenrch Council. I'ublicntion 305. Cover title: I't,ysica aiwl cheniical aspecls of basic uiechunisnis In ratlfoUiolo;_}•. (Continued on next card) 155r55n10j l ) (l tl I 0 •1 n-1-co8?.5
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50253 0803 i 1 C:O1 F Faires, Ron ald Arthur, 191Q- ]iaclioisoto)>,; laboratory tCClllllqiles, by R. A. Fuires tind ]3, 11. P,irks. 1'Vith a forcNvord by T1eux•y Seli;;ninn. 7.on- don,lcNvnes t1058 i. e. 105 71 2,14 p. illus. °3 cm. (,Ne«•ues practical science Uooks) Includes Liwio~raphy. 1. 1t;idi„isotcpe luboratoriuw. r. Parics, Bertram Hasloch, ICP13- joint auUior. Tr. Title. QC781.F3 ~ ~ *539.77 55-23-1:) ~ Library of Congress 15')k10 j .r t: fI- << ' LIS l
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50253 0804 I ._ __.._.,___..._.~_......_..,_-..~.~_._.......~~........._..:.....~._ T ; 55 F.adiaCiori_..S::asel:y nieasure3. 1 , F 0 4 ;.) r) tt Fawcett, Howard Ii ed. Safety 1nd ~ccident prevenlion in clieniical operatious (bs; Howard II. Fawcett tandl William S, Wood. New 1"o.l:, Interscience :'ublishers (1f?G51 svli, 617 p. Ilius., mnp, port. 24 cm. Includes biblioorapLies. 1. Chemlcnl industries-Snfets mensures. r. Wood, William Samuel, 1913- joint ed. ic. Title. TP1-19.F3i 33LS?3 0-1•_'i1•? ~ Llbrary of Congress 17-11 `~, . ~~ ~I ~ a 1
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50253 0810 E Radi.ation-Safzty measures. Lyon, h'il.l.iam S., Jr. (ed. ) GU"LllE TO ACMAa IdN ldiAL'ISI:S. 1964 1186 p. D. Ve-:? hostbead Co., Inc. New Jersey 0 ~; tl no (l - % !) 4 c' cli
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50253 0778 ALM i Rudiai: io:=.- -M:~a 3uxeraeilt. AbmIlSS clC-t'•:1 Aa ~.~'io (C:oo ) ..~ ~!~.f'( f`yi ~1~ (~~7`,~.J.~.~~iA.1iV~• j~{' :.:.\^4' fNfl~ . L'yE V.•.:~:.:,ic o 3.964 1. 4 (k6 9 p'.~3 u ~ ~/il~.f~.:-a f`f ~:G~'7 1i~'t Urli \~'~')iiYiy \thiC.ayO ~. ~.~ () t1 0(; ~ i~ _4 1 7
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50253 0806 1 _ .:~.,....,... _......~.....v_. Rae9.aCion.-..4-afetv me asures ~ r.x'lQyiSa, T'.F1?:af:2i. .7% u\',:i:at 4C•:' i ."+ LAC:~.' ~ 4" T.r.ce . .: --r. . , . . ..'.w--.: .+r.......-1 + ~ 7 A6 n (t
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50253 0812 ' ~Y.. i 50 5 j Radiobicloc,y Sym,osia, 1?5/;- I New York, Acuderr.ic Yress, 1955 1 i / v. '13 cm. C_) ~~ u z~ n t) f-4 :;- 6 4, _:; I
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50253 0814 ~ , Smullen, Willard C ~ ed. Basic foundations of isotope technique for technician~ Sprinh ield, Ill., Thomas [1J5G~ 1E3 p. illus. 21 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Radiology, \fedical. 2. Hadioisotopes. i. Title. 1ZS95.S5 1950 616.0757 5G-9117 j Ltbrary of Con:;ress 15Sh5j %; 14 i~ n n
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50253 0800 ttSCb.F1 i,ioh-S<3f'O i.y :Ja4 -cUZ'O^ , V. l. Advances in biological and medical physics. v. 1- New York, Academic Press, 1948- v. dlagrs. 24 cm. I:ditor3: v. 1- J. H. Lawrence (with J. 0. I3amiltoa, c. 1-2; 0. A. Tobias, v. 8- ) 1. Blolorical physics--Yearbooka. 2. Isotolx:q-Physfologicnl ef`ect. 3. Itadioactivity. r. Lawrence, John liuudale, 1ikH- ed. (,~1 IG05.A1A3 Librnry of Cong-ress 0 dl tl 0 0 rj* 12 6 z; 3 9 5 7 4.0153 48-8161 rev* ir57q2i v
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50253 0787 tS TO TH!S VOLUME ~. Boyan . t.-Ehr!ich / A. Giufire rt S. Gotdb-:r'j 3oron Hco:n . Koh • rrgolith rhnon U * e,. 't) (l n t'I' , . ~ . ..- 1~Gd1'.c-Et! Cclited by WAYNE W. UMBREIT Uepnrlment o( F-actariology Cut<~•:rs, lhc Ste-.a Univ_'tity Ncw Cruntimie::, New Jerscy ~: b VFTD' UM 6 G- l 9 % ,.y .d•.. . 1 .. - S5, h:c:W York and London
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s 50253 0802 , , .~ Ra{?:L£i,lixJ2'1-i L .Coty :',-13 Annual review of nuclear science. v. 1- 1952-- Stanford, Calif., Annual R.eviews. v. Irius. 23 cm. Vols. 1- published in co-operntion Nvith the \atio:mt Council. 1. ruclear phys(cs--Period. 2. Atoinic ener„y--I'orkN;. 3. R:o': chenii"try--I'eriod. i. \;itional Re~e, rcli Cbuucil. r •'IN *539.7Q5 539.1 ;'i3~_ QC77Q.A5 Lfb - f C rar~ onhress ~ o t 1 v ..l [5383101 ~ t~ 4on Ot: .,,.(")44
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50253 0811 11oitiatioli hyt;ie ne handbook; a practical refcxence coverinrg-, tho industrial, lnrdical1 and reser!rch us:;s of ra(liation ancl atoutiic energy Nvitli slh:cial applic~).f ions to tha fields of health physics, inclustrial hyyiene, and s^nitary ('ai-ineerinn. Itauwsoii Iilsti, editor-in-chief. lst ed. New York,:,IcGraw- Hill,10;i9. Iv. ( rarious panin„s) illus., diabrs., taUle•s. 24 cm. inciurles bibitographies and bibliographical references. 1. I'.adiatioi: I'l:~siolo~ica effect. 1. Blatz, IIanson, ed. 4 ~ ~ ~.; ~ 0 (? r; ~- RA123LR?Ii3£i ; ., G14.715 59~--93II5 Library of Congress `- ._ 1(iox201
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50253 0791 RA 565 Be 1981 ~ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/STATISTICAL METHODS/PROBABILITY/MATHEMATIa MODELS, CANCER--CAUSATION By RADIATION/MEDICAL GENETICS/ EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN/ RADIATION--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/GENETICS--DISEASE/BIOLOGICAL TESTING/ MUTATIONS/SMOKING AND HEALTH/LEAD'/ gIQqSSAYSL ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE RESEARCH • VOL. 21 / Editorial Board • ~ Alexander Hollaender Bruce L: Welch S Axsoc/ared Universiries. Inc. Environmental Biomedicine Remrch. Inc. Washinpon, D.C. .nd Ronald F. Probstein ~e Johns Hopkins Univrrsiiy School of Medicine Bahimon. Maryland Mossachureru lnrrituie of Tsrhnoloxy Measurement George G. Berg and H. David Maillie of~~ ~~~~5 The Universit y ofRochesterSchoo/ of Medicine andDentistr} ~~~'?~r Rochester, New York PLENUM PRESS • NEW YORK AND LONDON T (~ ~i t) 0 0 0
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50253 0759 771 U ~ kadi.aTion--uhe(ji.cal a. Intertzat:onal :,onfcrence on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy. :'d, Geneva, 19u8. , ProUE'ecliilgs, (iClleV?l, United 'NiltloIIB, 195s- 33 v. illus. 23 cm. (United Nations. tDocumentt A/Cunf.15/1) "United Nations publication. Sales no.: 5,3.ty.2. Cover title: Peaceful uses of atomic energy. Includes bibliooraphic.il references. ~Coirt~TS.-w,-1~I'Fn~F~F8-1n-fltotlltC-e~C.; y.--v: 2:-bnr~ey'Of?a~r ~wa tc ri il rc~9urces - r. 3._Yroccssing of ra~~ luatu iulsr v. 4. t'rod::o- -tion (jfr nucic:u• tnatcricils and isotolie5.-v. 5. 1'ropcrttcs_nf _reactor matcrials.=t. 6. ISasic•.iuetallurHy.auILfab~ !ic- actur-lcLLuolob;-,.-<<-E-9.-\uclear- power iO...Rcscarcn I 1 (C'.~)ntiuacsLon.ne.e.tr.~srd)....._.. ~ J A 5:)-421-1 .t7 0 0 ti ;~. 63 9 f3 '
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50253 0825 IV No lp i':e•_1;;ULC':,---PiortiEsroLir:~ N. C. State Board of Health RADIATION PROTECTION 13ULLt:TIN - INFCRrtATION SERIES -- 2. October 1.96fi 11 rages N. C. State Board of Ncal th , Occiipnttona] Neal th ar.d Radi ation Prc+t(~rtton Secti on , Cooper Mcmorial Health P,t~i ldinr, Ra).ei s.,h , . C.
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50253 0820 Rac)iation- ;~„cty :!easures U. :+. tiE.!:lJ:rnl ~':F:"t*e;tt fS~ CU^.rnln7Cda F.. :,. tisddo.k ci.a~'c W. V. azi~5.r,`:n ~ ~ 1 ~3hfi 5 ~.4 h.:O' c~!i. ~ U. S. Dc.)t.. Gf Ga::r,-crca D. Co 2 ~~ ~~ t~ r, n (, •. 5 4 -3 9
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50253 0824 . AM Radiati~~:~--SUtety ~r.ry~ssures--l:ibJ.iog:ar3~y ~ .11; S..Atomic Energy Commission, tl~))l:-':.!~ 1:~..`.(i; L~.~,.. Nc,vri ?_i5 p . j.cii)oXilLoi';, `rE:S:a=~'.: ~`Z
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SMOKING & HEALTH/AS-BESTOS/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/RADIATION, IONIZ*G/ 50253 0832 CARCINOGENS/CANCER--U. S./EPIDEMIOLOGY/LEUKEMIA/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/ CANCER--CAUSATION-- BY ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS/ RC 261 Ba 1981 g QUANTIFICATION OF Edited by JOCCUPATIONAL RICHARD PETO 'r University of Oxford CA ER ~ MARVIN SCHNEIDERMAN 131 1 / , , { -Jhjup ~-~----- COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY Clement Associates j'"` • -
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50253 0828 7 7Q6 Un 1978 RADIATION--SOURCES/POLON1;,tM-210/TpBACCO--POLONIUM-2 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/: lp .70BACCO--RADIOACTIVITY/ RADIOACTIVITY IN~CONSUMER pRODLS/ U CTS Melvin W. Carter Robert F. Barker August 1978 Edited by A. Alan Moghissi Peter Pares " vtJ. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Washinpton, D.C. 20555 -4 r/I * /'* ll NUR EG/CP-0001
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\ d& . 50253 0833 AAtERICAh IPbi'STP.IAi. IIYrIF.NE ASSOCIATION ~ N(1TfiF./INDUSTRIAL HYCTF.*:F/ SAFETY .~TEASI'RES/ ,OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY Aiv'.) IIEALTII/AIR--AIIALYSIS/ RADIATION, IONIZING/LASERS/FLECTRO?iAC?, ETIC SPFCTr.U*f/VTST?1LF. LIrllT/ T 55 Am 1975 1 ~M ®Lml 3 7 R" 0 WL;.. ~v G GE ~~E A TRAINING MANUAL By f7 n n (1 ~ (s ~ 7 2, RICHARD S. BRIEF ' f EXXON CORPORATION MEDICAL DEPARTMENT RESEARCH AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DIVISION 1 LINDEN, NEW JERSEY 07076 1 I WINTER 1975 SUPPLEMENT TO THE MEDICAL BULLETIN
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50253 0839 . ~ . _ t~..i..... .. . . .. 41 RADIATION, IONIZING/ .. 77 II Re-80 . S.P. G. D. Griffin T. D. Jones P. J. Walsh Health and Safety Research Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 Running Title: Chemical Cytotoxicity - Cancer Promoter *Research sponsored by the Division of Biomedical and Environmental Research, U.S. Department of Energy under contract 1J-7405-eng-26 with the Union Carbide Corporation. , 0 0 t'ft 0 ( f CHEMICAL CYTOTOXICITY: A CANCER PROMOTER* %
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50253 0827 < ~G ~171 u Interna(ional Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Encrgy. 10cl, (;ens'va, 1958. Proceedin~s. Geneva, United IlTntions, 1958. 33 v, illus. 23 cm. (IIuited Nations. IDocmnentl l4-/Conf.15/1) "United Naticros puLlicltion. Scles no.: t")3.ts .2. Cover title: Pe.:ceful uscs of ntomic energy. lncludes bibliographical referrnccs. CoN•rENTS.-v. 1. Prot,rress in atomic encrgy: -r. ~^. Sur`or of r:;tir material resource :-v. 3. Yroce~sing of raw uiatr•ri:::::.-t. 4. Yro,:ui- tion-of nuclear ruHterial:~; and lcotuixes.-m. 5. t.'roi;<:rttes of reac?or IHRtrS'iHler-{'. G. l:a.ic ir.otHllurre{• r;nd frihi-ication of fnwA!~.-v. 7. actor tcr.bnoln,rY: -:. C5. Nuclear power rlnnts.--v. 10. Itese:,rc;i `{ (Continued on next card) ~ ~._.~ tSJkla,t h 59-21-1 , t.? -et n (?
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NOLSF., POT.T,UTION/ni)l1RS--"{F,~Sr,rRf~;TfT'N'f'/Rt1nTATTn,!, ICI:VILING/AIR-=POLf,flLIOI~'--CONTP,Of,/ HEAT STRESS/SAFF.T?`=-MxASl)RES/POLLTITTON CONTR(1T./ 50253 0836 55 Pafty"s4ndustrJa0 do ., , ..._-. _.. Hydene 1978 2 C. and 'e"©xieology THIRD REVISED EDITION Volume I GENERAL PRINCIPLES GEORGE D. CLAYTON FLORENCE E. CLAYTON A WILLY-INTERSCIENCE PUOLICATION JOHN WILEY & SONS, New York I • Chichester • Brisbane • Toronto
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50253 0842 RA 445 Sc 1981 TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEART, EFFECT ON/PARTICULATES/ INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/ /NOISE/RADIATION, IONIZING/DUSTS/NOISE/CORONARY RISK FACTORS/SCREENING/ Occupational Health Practice /SMOKIN6 &I HEALTH/ Second Edition Edited by R.S.F. Schilling, CBE,MD,DSc,FRCP,FFCM,FFOM.DPN,DIN Emeritus Professor of Occupational Heatth ' ~ UniversA~y a€ Londdt~ . S%dney - Wellington - Durban - Tororrto
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vS:<cf.t or, :dii~ 50253 0831 tfollaelzder, A1e::an:Yer, 18^3- ed. Rsdiation biolo~;~•, edited by Alexander lIollac~ncler r: i;a the cooperation of Austin i1f. 13rucs Land otlicrsJ \ew Yori;, ;1lcGraw-IIill,1954-- v. In lllus. 24 cm. "Prepared under the nuspicr4 of the Committee on Jlac'a,itio: Biology, Divl:,ion of Biology and Agriculture, Natiountl Council, )`'atioual Acadewy of Scienew, Washingtrin, ll. C." Includes bibliographies. CohTi:.Ta.-v.1.Iligh enemy radintion. 2 pts. 1. Radiatioti. 2. J3io1o~Y. r. \ational Itcseairc•h Council. mittee on Itadiation liiolog}•, u. Title. QI IC52.IIG ;*574.8 576.3 5~-Go i~~ Library of Conbress ~ ~ i55d2? j
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50253 0845 74 IV Na 0 I RADIATION, IONIZING/ 4% RESEARCH NEEDS FOR ESTIMATING THE BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS OF LOW DOSES OF ' Report of ar~ Ad Hoc Panel of the Committze on Nuclear Science National Research Coundl IONI ZING RADIATIONS NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Nashington, D.C. 1974 Jr~
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50253 0829 TOBhCCO--IRRADIATI:D/TOBACCO--CNI:MICAL C0MPOSITION--IRRADIATION EFFECT/ TOBACCO--SMOhE--CHEMIC.AL COMPOSITION, IRRADIATION F..FFECT/RAUiATION--TOF3ACCn/ , . . ._ ..,,... . : r--- -.....~.. . __,.~._~_. i VI To-76 S.P. ~ RJR CLASS N'0. Pr~~fP1iLET VI To-76 s.p.. Casey, W. J.; Bhatt, S. A.; Suhy, W. M.; Fiore, J. V.' (AMF Inc-;; Stamford, Conn., U. S.) HIGH-ENERGI'IELECTRON-BEAM PROCESSING OF TOBACCO. Tobacco Chem.' P.es. Conf., 30th, paper, Nashville, (in Enslish) . ~.._ t . , Beitrage Tabakforschung, confidential manuscriPt *Constituents too numerous to'list* 4-t, 6 Tenn., Oct. 18-20, 1976 submitted fcir publication While it is known that ionizing~x'ndia£iori'cari 'bri ~ chemical, biological z~d physical changes in organic ~ -tively little is known concerning radiation ~and its co.rbustion products. tissue, ~~4440r- / rela- effects on tobacco In an effort to study such changes, JVirinia gBf~rig~t job~ccg)w~-~ s eyposed~to •~onizing radiation I '/ s. ~ : at doses up to 50 t-irads, generpted electx•onicall}_ 'by a high voltage ~
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:- ~T 50253 0851 ; ;73 I li-~"_ j 1J'1L Ini.ernatior.al Yvview of cytology. v. 1- New York, Academic i'ress, 1J52- v. 1llus. 24 cm. Ldltors: v. 1- G. N. I3ourne, J. F, Paafell; S 1. Cytology-Period. r. Bourne, Geollrey Howard, 1£KMJ- ed. QII5 i 3.15 t''1 574.805 52--5203 1, Library of Congress 15it1j .. s,,,.... ~s 0 0 0 G
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50253 0848 TRAGE 5UU5TANG~S IN ~ 445 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-XV Proceedings of Univer*ity of Missouri's 15th Annual Conference on Trace Substances in Environmental Health f MANGANESE--TOXICOLOGY/COAL/SMOKING & HEALTH/BIRTHWEIGffT/ CANCER--GASTRIC/COAL/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ZINC--METABOLISM/ ~ RADIATION, IONIZING(in drinking water)/DRINKING WATER QUALITY/ ~ MAGNESIUM/CADMIUM/COPPER/GALLIUM/MAGNESIUM/• ~ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC/MERCURY/ARSENICAL HERBICIDE/PERSONAL MONITORS/ NITROGEN OXIDES/ METALS--ANALYSIS/TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/ i RA r Sponsored by University of Missouri Environmental Trace Substances Research and Extension Division Edited by Delbert D. Hemphill Held at Memoriat Union University of Missouri-Columbia Columbia, Missouri June 1,2,3, and 4, 1981 ~a 4° Center
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50253 0840 ' QC ~ 173 I Rauiai:ion, Ioaiz:ir,g "? c~ ~t-t•s11"r P :~? 1 ~... :a;.1'r.e~ Sli(,:.titra~313 I , f~ ~tl C h *
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50253 0835 T08ACC0--SMO_KING--PUBLIC/ SMOKING AND HEALTH/ INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE/ENVIRONMENTAL CARCINOGENS/CANCER--CAUSATION BY ENVIRSENTAL FACTORS/ RADIATION,rI0NI1ING/AMES-TYPE TESTING/PQLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/ CANCER--CA SATION BY CHEMICALS/ ACETAMIDE,N-2-FLUOROENY- & DERIVATIVES/ Rc CARCINOGENS roELJLMON ENGINEERINGG AND lEC3W0{.OGY,V, /E• 261 , . ~. _.._,___ ._.. _.._..__. 1981 I IN INDUSTRYAND ~ reU1 w. mItEllun+or! THE ENVIRONMENT y ~ ~.... . ~ w.i..,..r..an~r.w wra w....~ I . 9411011 by JRnus M. SontQg ~ we...i Q~ wm,ft wnoiul m.cn+w o/ rN.l+ EetlMd.. M.ry4d I 1 MARCEL DEKRER. INC. Ne. Ynt ../ B.r1 lit ~ ~ l./~ GU. / w 1 ~. 4 v y I~ i.I u tf ~! 0
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50253 0834 ~_- r L~nITED BY SOI.VZ:;NTS--SAPP.TY ILAZARDS/RADIATIOti, zOPiIZIiIq/TE1~~f0GENS/ `°'t4 .'T1lLS---TC:;1Ci)LO^.Y/AIR--POLLliTIO:.--H1:ALTli* FFPF,CT/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY C1iENICALS /PESTICIBI:S--TO:;ICOLOGY/ SMOKING A\`D HF:A1,'!"11/TORt,CC0--S,";OKIIiG--il,:: ALTIi rl•'";;CT/ POISOnS--TOXICOI:OGY/ PI,ASTICS--TOXICCLOCY/ R`3/O1'6X.1 T 55 Ca 1975 Louis J. C~i:,~.l'!'.tr~, i Todcoiogv ~ ~.,, /. r771 t' ~! ~ V l T J ,~ ~r~l?,~ n e R c4Src >,s~,i~~ e 0 L.iic Nraftaor of 1'harm:,coloCY. Unicusily ~•r I::+%k:~ii Srl+n. l of Ucc!icine, 11u+toluli:, 1 L~~saii 0 4 ~ ~ ~~~ I~. ~ :- i 1 . , 1dac.Irillla.n PuLlishing Co., Inc New J'nrk l_ollie[ T~iaa~iiliali C'auad;, Ltc:. Lonana
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r,adi a-tiGT1, .1o113zi:2g. GiaSstone, Samuel, 1607- `192 Sourccbool; on r.tomic energy. New York, Van Nostr<1nd G i1950j 5fC p. []tus. 24 cm. 1. Atomic energy. Q07 7 G.G G 541.2 54-1101 4 I.ibrary of Congress i54z5j ----,.,- -,. ~--~...r..•-. i~ ~j i i f~ ~l E~ ;; : i 4 77*
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50253 0843 , Singleton, Jt'illitrd Ralph, 1000- Nuclear radiation in food and agriculture. Princetmn, N. J., Van Nostrand 119581 xii, 370 p. tllus., tables. 2-1 cm. (Geiievn series on the pe:mefal uses of atomic energy) Includes liibliographies. • 1. Atomic energy in agriculture. 2. Plant phys!olugy. 3. Rsdir, isotopes. 4. bbod-I'reser\'pilion. I. Title. (Serics) S580.S5 630.72 57-115:+.) Library of Congress i-101 0
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50253 0857 1.on 505 A Advanccs iri blologictil and medical physics. v. 1- New ~.'o:k, Acntf.cmic Press, 1J48- v. dtagi-s. 2-i cin. I:dttorr! : v. 1- J. II. Lawrence (with J. G. fIarnlttcn, v. 1-2 ; 0. A.'roalas, v. R- ) I 1. Riolo'gicsl phy9tcs-Tearbooks. 2. Iyo!ol-`;-•Physlolo.-tcal efie.,. 3. Itadioacthtty. x. Lawrence, John llun6ale, IfK)i- ed. (1„II505. A-1 _13 >> 671.0153 44-81G-1 rev'- ~' J Library of Con;;ress -.,r57q21 t~ ~i ~i ~f )
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50253 0844 445R xu ENERGY RESOURCES/ECOLOGY/AIR--POLLUTION/POLLUTION/ 1971 WA'ITR--POLLUTION/PESTICIDES/RADIATIOtt, IONIZIiIG/ TG t'~ U w ruu d 511, ~ ® rnoit a ~ ~ , RESOURCES, POLLUTION & SOCIETY William W. Murdoch, Editor University of California, Santa Barbara Q~ SINAUER ASSOCIATES INC. f PUBLISHERS STAMFORD CONNECTICUT , r) ( j ~~ ft ' , , .., -, f
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50253 0858 T aUi~ ti on, ic:li zin_;;-.-rXft~ct cn L:~ o~.or;; c.~]. ~ Annual 1'ev1C« of ntic]ear scicnce. systeTas. _19,52- ••`:, cf Sti111fo1'Cl, Calif., _lnnual Reciews. illus. 23 cm. Vo1s. 1- publishcd In co-operalion with the National Research Council. i i ~ i , 1. Nuclear physics-1'eriod. 2. Atr>uiic energJ•-l'ei-lod. 3. Radio- chctuistrs•-1'eriod. 1. National lttse,ttclt Councii. i 1 (,?C7 70._15 ( ^ T. 11J39./O5 5139.1 J 11) -r ':! 5 ~ I i Library of Congress •.- ISiVp101 1 j.: dj o Ci
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50253 0868 , ~ QP ; 521 1F Pad:.rit;.ons Tor:i!Z:,nz;--"aS.'ety .>>. 5.',..~~ .. .._ ... . .... _.~.;, ~~ .. .. ,~ ., i~;,..... ...?.. I ti () --l () n 0 ( I
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50253 0866 i -ei fl C. rl r, c_.,_...~.:~c.a ._.,...... ~ ..~ ~ .. ..f,, O
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50253 0862 . l ._........_...... y..r.-.....k .,. - .. - .., ... 1 i xx ~ ` t2 Paliatio::-~ Ionizirg-••-caUd tect;::olcg}•. ' (1970) ~ f : Q ALfih:ia: :l I.. l.i.~% U. S. At:,-:^.S.c "r.•r.cr-y Co~~n~iss~ic~ tt~iss~ic~tt ,
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50253 0863 t`e 3. ~ i ~P ~.~tvanres in fooa reseamlr. v. 1-~ ,l i ~70 New York, Acq demic Pr~-ss, 39,18-y ~ cIP `.Z4 ~ P:dttors : v. 1- r! r.. :.i. hTrak, (1. F. Stewa: t. ~ I 1. Nntritton-C.ollretr<t works. 2. Pood research-Collectt-d iworl:;. z. Mrak, Emil Marcel, 1931- ed. TZ537.A25 r ^+w1 641.1072 1..: 4.3- 7b:llQjs Library of C:onhress t5313l
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50253 0854 r Ilr ~, PR.(.:ESS 'v .::E C;IEWTtiT~.l !)~ F.1'T;' ~`.';U 1•rt~rR LIPlUS • !0v. ~3, pt. 2/ LIPIDS--F3I0CI11.*115'CI'.Y/L7PTf)5--c;Nrm 15 TRY!'T A13ELLCD L0:•iP OUti'DS/ P.ADfATION, IOi+(1Z1N(:--kR~( ; ~ CI'.j: APPLICnTIO~'S/ ~~ ~~.i . . IQP ' 1'1 iL CIIE~? i:~1'!:Y OF VOt,t,~au.1 13 751' Pr - 972 AND OT1.EIt .LIPlllS PART 2 j c' . SPIN-LABELING WITH NITROXIDE C01.POUNDS PDDL A NEW APPROACH i TO THE I_V V1 vO AND LV VITRO I C. STUDY OF I,IPID-F['.OTEIN INTERACTION ; WILLIAM T. ROUBAL a E THE EFFECT OF iONIZI~TG RNDIATION ON LIPIDS ~ W. W. NAWAR ~ PERGAMON PRESS OXFORD - NEW YORK • TORONTO ~ SYDNEY • BItAliNSCHtiVEIG + A_0
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50253 0859 Iiadic:iicn, icn i<.in;;--efTf;c!roil S~~ ~TiC~i71a. 1tIollaen&r, Aleyandelr, 1898- ed. llacli.:cion Liol0~y, edited by Alexander fiollaonder with the cooperation of Austin .ll. I3rnes tlnd othcr5j New l-ork, 111cGraw-Ilill, l J5-1- c. In itlas. 24 cm. "Prepared under the ausplces of the Ci,mmittce on 11ciQiutinn 131o1or~, llirislou of IIinlory aud A.-ricnllure, National itesecu•ch Council, Nnttunal Acadetna of Sciences, 1YasLin;;ton, D. C." Includes bibliu„raphies. Corrrr:xze.-v. 1. Ilfah energy radiatton. 2 pts. 1. P.ad(ation. 2. I3tology. z. National ltesearcL Council. Cv_r- mittec on Radiation Biology. u. Title. C,ZHG52.tIG Library of Congress *574.8 57G.3 53-00-12 t ~5dz71 ....__ r.__. ,.~•.....-.-._.~.;..
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Aft 50253 0860 I Rad;;.tt3_o11y ioilizir.g-offecfi• o;i bicI„gicql 33r3~:::i_~ . ON Symposium on Radiobiology, Oberl:n College, 19.50. 505 The basic aspects of radiation effects on li%Tin;; systennzz, S edited by Jan:es J. \iclcson. Lditorial committee: Y. Mor- rison tanrl othersi New York, Wiley (1952, xil, 46.5 p. Illus. 24 em. Includes bibliogenphtes. 1. It,tdiatlon--1'hssloloolcal efFect. r. Ntcl.son, Jam^s J., ed. it. Title. Q11505.SS7 1950 612.011I52 5 2'50jt, Lfbrury of Congress i34ti]01 0 At ;1 0 0 (,
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A&50253 0788 73I1Er_ Rc•hrintcd from SOII. SCIENCE SOCIETY Ol' A\irRI.A PROCEEDINGS Vol. 26, \n. ?, \larc•li-April 1b1G3 SOILS--1•fICROORGA'dISMS/ yases 161-167 RADIATION--MICit00RGANI.ciMS/ The Efiect of Gamma l.adiation on the !llicrobial Population of the Soilt If ucft POPE\oG AND CFIARLES F. lrxo° ABSTIiACT trol in CO.. production. Soils treated with 51°_ and Arrcdcrrclo f nc sand .v::s cxposed to gamma radiation kr. pruduccd only very small amounts of CO_ tl~rounhottt frent a col,^lt1O source at closcs of 1, 4, 16, 32, 64, 2SG, the 23-day periocl; soil receiving 25G kr. later recovered Sl•l., 102., awd 20tS kilorvciiti,,cns (kr.). cotnpletelti•. The soil irradiated by 61 l.r. attaineri !he Pcrrcnta„rc survival of fungi and bacteria decreased est daily procluction rate. Similar rclationships for CO•, with ca:L ii,crease in raciiation close to <-tib at 1024 kr. evolution occurred in an earlier study except for some Aigac mere nnt as cirasticall.• reduced as bacteria and shifts in time and maenitude. fungi: sotne san-ived at °_01S t:r. and greatest reduction Nitrate prucluction m a 14-day period tiras pro,ressively oceutred a1,o••e 64 kr. A fc%.• ne•matodes rc•mained in the reduced by increasing closes of radiation. Ileeo~er.• from soii :d dars after irradiation vvith 1t)'_'-t kr., but none a•erc 32 kr. or less occurred in 2S clavs; these suil; proluced at recovcral,lc from dns: s> 2sG lcr. after 1•t and 2S days. least S7S'o as much nitrate as thc cnntrol during this pn•riocl The• i iects of !n+ver cL•,rs s~~~•ic not resrdh•:~1~le. of time. Avcr:ts;e production in 2S days at f f, 2iG. :md i,arbou c;iu.nie evoiution was initiully reduced b%• ir- 1024 kr. was 55, 7, and 3% of the control, res1•ective;y. .• t-ant.:aou of th:~ sc,il. The re.it:ctiun was geu,r: !iy irnvcrscl; Tlte productinn of sttliatc• frotn clemental sulft-r .% as a]so relntecl to r"cl+ation dose cxc•c t for the (~ :-: r. treattncut. 1 P aE*iec•ted by iu,cli::tio.~ in m~ch i,~e same ma~:ner as ni:rate Lt,t<r, all in.u?iatc•d suil.~~cscU•'. osefv:lt~t rfiiivri (~ }~reiluc~,~n, 1 it:;li rac;iat=.mi dnmaze at ciosc•s 1'•;; ti.,^n tc 1 -...~1_.!s`.-.-~.__.`: .~.... .~._-.,-.. ...._ _ . . . . .,. . _. . . . . . . . . t
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50253 0855 QC, 770 A R116 inti-o-i, iz A,,,~.. .t;~,::si:?~t~'y: •'~ f . Annu1- review o f nuclc'ar sci,nice. V.; i= °0 ~1_111) SJ-- ;,;'; - ': Stanford, Calif., AnnU1l l:eriews. Zlv. ilius. :.'t cm. Vuls. 1- published In co-operation with the \atiollal Itezr•acch Council. 1. Xncle:u• hhy-sics-1'erioci. 2. Atomte eilerg,-^-l'eriod. 3. R:6io- chewistry-Yerlod. i. rational ]tesearcil Council. Q0770.A5 *,39.705 539.1 ~. ! Librrery of Congress t5G,93151
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50253 0850 i156 Ra~iatiot~;,lonizing---Diolo;;ical appJ.i^a:.ic)n,v.; ; ~1cC_.. t w-~) ..~ C':. l C) o d{ o n n (i , k"ll ri p.1.-:}•r .•:~;Ir.•
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50253 0844 f , }:?;i ia+..3.GfI~ Annual revie«- of nttrlrv Science. Y.-1- Si vlforu, Ca1 i t., :1 nnual I;eviews. Av. illus. 23 cm. Vois. 1- puLlishcd !n co-ohet:ation with the National Rescarch Council. 1. Nttclear ph}•.ics--Period. 2. Atomic ener,-y-1'%,riod. 3. l:adia cliemistry--1'crial. i. National Rcscarch Counc:l. n,C1 (U.-AJ *Jai9.iOO 539.1 :13 :)n.-1 ,.----, Library of Congress t5W10t ,
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50253 0869 hinsina», Simon. ltacliolo(;iatl health handbook, co:npiled ancl euited by Siniou 3iinslnan, assisted by Fredric 1). Anderson f:,r:d others, Cincinnati, U. S. Dept. of 1lealth, h:clucation. and 11'clfat•c, 1'uUlic ]lealtli Service, I3ureau of State Ser<<ce., Division of s:ulitary 1:»~;ineerinr; Services, Robert A. '1'nft Sanitary I'al;;llleering Center, 1957. 355 p. diat;ra., tables. 2g cm. 'TIS 7217:Y.." etc. 1. TiUe. QC7f/5.Ii5 1957 Librar:~ of Congress *539.72 5G-E1-2 rl) 7 151 ~ ) 0 0 ~, t~. :i ('J f 3
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Liv) a7~~T T{:~~~.I .:. ',:w....~.~T, ~1u~Ll~f)~31~r(1 ~[~3:17s9~~j~~. [:b7.3t?Tp:rl PII'I VO 'Ltc1-jjp."irp;JqYty ~S7~L~J tP:L3:~i!If.)'J 'v ~jl 0990 FSZOS
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.Cty ;nn:': ~M,c.•••-C;O1tfl I\uG7 ai iQ17, LUl7i.L1a€' -' i:Sr I C'.2?'('a.li7n. 50253 0875 N. C. State Snard of Nealth RADIATI[)N PROTFCTI(1*7 RULLRTTN - JNFOR*tATION SERIES - 2. October 1966 11 pares N. C. State Izoarci of He<lth, Omma t:irr.al- Health and Fadi.ation Prntrcti rr. Secti.on, Cooper riemori.al Health F3uil.clin,;, Rale{.gji, N. C. .. ' 6 J
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RADIATION--HEASUREMENT/RADIATION, IONIffG/ 81 IV Un ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION/ NIOSH TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE REPORT 80-105-757 KEYNORDS: SIC 2711 (Newspapers), VDTs, ionizing (x-ray) radiation, nonionizing (ultraviolet, radiofrequency) radiation. TA 80-105-757 OCTOBER 1980 NIOSH INVESTIGATORS: Lexington Herald-Leader Nilliam E. Murray Lexington, Kentucky David L. Conover, Ph.D. Jerome P. flesch ct.S, r~w.a...mer.wooa~.nw.wn.w+wnr I. SUMMARY ~m~,u.u.ro.. Ca+.rn. owM On August 11, 1980, a request was received from the Lexington Herald-Leader. Lexington, Kentucky, to evaluate the potential radiation hazards from video display terminals (VDTs). At least one female employee who is pregnant expressed concern about the possible effects of radiation exposure on the development of her child in utero. Approximately 60-80 terminals are currently used tn word processing application at the newspaper. Both Ionizing and nonionizing radiation were measured on a sample (35 units) of terminals selected at random. The survey was carried out on August 12-13, 1980. The levels of ionizing (x-ray) and nonionizing (ultraviolet and radio- frevuency) radiation were below the current occupational exposure standards from OSHA and NIOSH. The x-ray and radiofreQuency radiation were below the detection capability of the instrwaentation employed for _ the survey. .~..e.~,~.- .,,,.........r-;. _..._,.., ~-. _.. _.., r,.. ~.. •~..,. . ~,. r ' 4 ~i ~
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50253 0873 t ~ ~ i i ....'... _ .,_.._ . - ... .. .~~ ;}'t:~vr Z;:":~t f'7 lo j.~r.,7. y/7• ff UI>
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A& 50253 0874 ,: - x.. ?U~~~..^o~~lr_.:=i1,~.--~ L,; r,c<.~ ~_ire~ U. S. Public Ilcalt7o Service. Tivision of Rtulio?ogical flcaltk. Radiolorgical health; handbook. tRev. ed., Wlsliinbton, 1960. 40S p. Illus. 2J cm. "Y7;1217S ] P." 13ibIlo'a'raPhy: p. 955-4i1S. 1. Itadi oiosy, Jiedlcal. r. Title. RS95.U5 1JC0a 614.715 Library of Congress 12, G1-GuU03
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50253 0879 i Fia.diation, Su1m• seo Solar radiation ~.S 0 fl n(~ 1 C~ :i ~ r_~ I
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50253 0865 i ; ~D Friedlander, Gerbart. ; 601 Nuclear and rudiochemistry ibyl Gerhart Friedlander ; r tandl Joscph lj'. hennedy. New York, Wiley t1Gu51 1 4C8 p. ilius. 24 cm. ; "Revised version of ~the authors', Introduction to rad:ochcuiistry:' 1. I3adiochemistry. 2. tiuclear physics. i. Kennedy, Joseph 1't., joint author. u. Title. QDGOI.F7 1955 ~*541.23 541.38 55-J3G:, ; Library of Congress 125, 0` 11,111) fZ 0 f 1 ..: :~ ;i i
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50253 0876 " RADIAT~ON, IONIZING--SOURCES/TOBACCO--SMOKE--POLONIUM 210/ 80 X De Dempewolff, Richard F. WHAT EVERYOIJE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT RADIATION Popular Mechanics, November 1980 (f0, 140-143) y~.'~.. ~ n-rQ_ 0 )
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diP 50253 0870 FIRE SAFETY/RADIATION, IONI?.ING--SAFETY MEASURES/COMPRESSED CASES/ CASES/NOTEBOOKS/LAB0RAT0P.IES--SAFETY ML'ASL'RES/SAFETY GUIDES/ , 123 Pe C" HEMICAL. 1975 TECHNOLOG'( HANDBOOK Guiciebook for Industrial Chemicall echnolobists and Technicians \S'ritinb TcaTu Projcct by lhe f~~l tlic ClTCUiicaI TcclLUician CurriculEUn edited by Robcrt L. Pc('sok, Project Director KcnTTellE CLapuiaTT and \VaJc. 11. I'unclcr, r1 ssnr.inlr Project Directors '0 ~ci nc~c! *0 SCU9 AMERICAN CHE/dICAI SOC IET Y W A 5 H I N G T O N. D, C, ~ 197i ~` Z ,><<«c^~.,.~ "'It'Ll
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'</\I1lNI IUIV, GASES--rSNALYSIS,y.l,+t.l/SULFUf{ DIO;;IDE,V.1,Pt,1/NITROGEN OXIDES,1w ,Pt.1/ CARBON Ifi01;OXIDE--DETERMI;iATIOfd,V.l,Pt.IA/HYDROCARBONS --ANALYSIS,V.1,Pt.IA/ TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS, V.1 ,2,4/AIR--POLLUTION--ANALYSIS, V.1,Pt.2/ 50253 0847 PARTICULATES, V.1,Pt.2/WATER--ANALYSIS,V.2,Pt. 2 & 2A/ PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIQUTIOid,V.1,Pt.2/PESTICIDES--DETERMINATION,V.2Fl~!~ ~ ASaESTOS,V.4-,Pt,2/NQ,ISE,V.1,Pt.2/P;OISE,V.1,Pt.2/LEAD,V.1,Pt.2/ METALS--ANALYSIS,V~"2',Pt.2 &2A/PHENOLICS,V.2A/OIL SPILLS, v,2A/ r RADIATION--MEASUREMENT,V.2A/ CHROPSATOGRAPHIC ANEILYSI$-,GAS CHR0MAifOGRAPHY,V.2, QD 117 Un I. . . Pt. j2-`'& 2A/ Instruincntation for „'Lnvironmental Ntonitoring i r'AIR, VOL. 1, Parts 1, 1A, 2, 2A i-IdATER, VOL.2, Parts 2, 2A t-RADIATIOy, Vol. 3 (1979) t,QIOMEDICAL, Vol. 4 0 4 ~1 n r) t I ;f () 4, .11 c~ 1 •'j .,"Rcsearch /;pldh-d to Na:ional P;ceds (r National Science 1=oundatiou ~ M anc/ CV' Division of [3iorneclical and Gnvironmen:,d Re<.eareh Departmont of EnerQy Environntental Instrumintation Group Lawrence [serkr.lcy Laboretor; (/llnivcrsity of California E2crkeley, CA 94720 Sponsored by . .. .;
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50253 0871 RADIATION', __,IONIZING--SAFETY MEASURES/NOISL/OCCUPATIONAL SXFETY AND HF.ALTH/ SAFETY GUIDES/ THRESIiDLD LIMIT VALUES FOR CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES/ NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH SEREES/ ~-r-~^~ ~ ~,~ 55 ~~ ~ i;~k; ~ ~~ ~ Na 1979 f~"F, ~~ . ARC}iER ~' lJ [1~~~`.i ~ ~ > a S e, lrr o I E\.1! ~.m d E l'. L; `a:/ n Julian B. Qtishifaki, P.E., C.S.P. Editor-in-Chief fda-c-4diaref Say-et y Coamcil 1 ~a ~ ' . -0 4 0 (1 0 ,6 ,~ 6 5 I cj I
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50253 0867 F:A 576 Co . . c.. - _ ~.t.'.. .~~1 F; 1a. 1f1....,.aLl.4~..1 I ir.,~' .,...~~~ • Ly ,
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50253 0887 I%- ~ RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TP 986 So 1982 Archer Society of Manufacturing Engineers,Conference Proceedings. Chicago, IL.82. Society of Manufacturing Engineers.Dearborn, MI.82. ISN = 5121 , , b 04 0 0 0 0 ;~ 6~2
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50253 0878 'L- v. '>.. Oster, Gerald, cd. Physical tecliniques in biolo~icll re~rarcl;, edited by Ge_- akl Oster (andj Arthur W. Pollister. :~^s York, _-Lcaclen:ic Press, 1:155--5G. 3 v. ilius. 21 cm. Includes biblio.mphte3. CoaT*.ars.-Y. 1. Opttcai techniqu;r.-v. 2. I'hysic. 1 chc:ulcii niques: --v. 3. Cetica and tissues. 1. Biological research. ed. it. Title. i. Yollister, Artliu: Wagg, 1403- Jrtnt C1„1I315.43 ; ~ 574.072 51--110-56 rev Library of Congress ir;i7v'Ji _ __..-...,._ .~. _ _....,.,.,......-.-,,. V. J
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f"~Ijft"(I L7R iJ~AFR'JSr`'r.~ ~ j ,~x:>~r! !' hf~ ta/r O n~:~ s~-~ n~„~ crex 14 Poj Y 'i r.rl PIR f ~ cR ~ :rs~~ F~ O- t :~Ms ~xyRt;gow/lc~~:~~ : p!sc/ c~'Jf1 INHIBITION and r ?c /'~ ~tj c DESTRUCTION of the MICROBIAL CELL ~ o (l (l f , ~ : ti 4 ; 1 .01 W. B. H U G 0 ", 50253 0853
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416 50253 0877 I QC :cacl~a~aol:, v. ?_9. 7'71 ~ U Inter•national ('or.ference on the Peaceful Uses of Atoa{ic Energy. .9d, hencva, 1958. Procee.dinas. Geneva, United Nations, 1958. 33 v. illus. 28 cm. (United Nations. tDocumentl A/Conf.15/1) "Unlted Nations publication. Sales no.: :i8.ix.2. Cover title: Yeacefnl uses of ntouiic energy. Jncludcs bibliographical referencts. CovTr,.N-ra:-v. 1. Progress in ntomic energy.-v: 2. Survey of racr lnaterial resourceQ.--v. S. Prrpcc:,stng of raw materials.-v. 4. Pro:;uc- tion of nuclear materials anu Ssuto;rs.-v. 5. Yropertlen of r?ncto: inet!h-ials-v. 6. 13eicie roetaiia•i:y awl fahricntion of fuels.--v. 7. 1te aetor _Lcciuiolo;;y.:-`'. 8-9. Nuclear power plauts.-v. -10. ltemnrch (Continued on next csrd) ~L 59 2`~14 ~ 159k10it _~ ~ ri 0~)
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i ENERGY/FINISHES AND COATINGS/ , TP ' 986 . Na 1976 ., ARCHF,R TECHNICAL PAPERS ~ x~ pf r RADxA's'ION CURED COATINCS-' ~'ELECTROCOATING 4 f f P • /WATER-BOME COATINGS Y HIGH SOLID4 COATINGS G61p• v POWDER COATINGS Presented at the Chemical Coatings Conference Cincinnati, Ohio April 21,22,23, 1976 Publ ished by the Chemicol Coatings Division Notional Point & Coatings Association, Inc. Wash ington, D. C. 20005 Copyright 1976, National Paint & Cootings Association, Inc. Printed in U.S.A. 4 0 G t3 :3 ) /Y I ~t. ~ ' ' }
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50253 0883 r, ....._...~.~4._~....~.._ ..._...... .+r _._. .~,a..... _ ..~.~...~~...i..__.r ~ ..........~.....w..a j i Radiaticn i::iP;:;i. str~ See Radj.ochemistry <) I
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i ~ ;III Ra ; 1966 ~ , 60 kaL'•r:s
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i P• k •f r` D. 0 .,. :T ~• ~-',L 8 + 50253 08 . ~t-u~r...,. . .. , C;.~?:fere~~ce - :r~.,zy ?~_,v»iber ~ 1.,; and ~aturc~ ,~ove~nber 15, -L ~'9rJ8c The Pdeu York Acaa:rlV of ScicT~c.ss, Section of y'nysics ar.d Clie:nistr;; , G4 .0 '0 0fi ~ u, S 19
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50253 0890 ~'.° . .6 fl'io t:? €1 n o
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50253 0882 = 531 ..iiin ~ t •+r`aI'tl l e::iCl3.'. -,f Nf__ ~i+ ~ .. .~ . r :.. ~. .::..:... lc d IL'^ .. . . _ c ,.. ... ~~t.. .i..~ ~:. ....~_... •-.. • - 0 (} G
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50253 0872 i x+;f,'i..''~a.'frJ.0Y,1 1 i Radiation hygiene handbool:; a practical reference covering the industrial, n.edical, and research uses of raaiation ~-,xl atondc enerhy with special applications to t?te ficld-; of health physics, industrial l;ygicne, and sanitery e,::,-ir.cerisz;•. Zlaun son 131a.tZ, editor-in-cliicf. 1stled. Now York, McGr::17- Iii11,1D53. 1 v. (various paging;s) llhis., dtagr7., tables. 21 cm. lnrludcs b;bliogr.lwhics nnd Uibl(o;;ntph:ui1 refe:enc:+. 1. ltadiatlun-I'h~siologir.il effect. i. lilatr., lianson, rd. 11,A12311t'31Z23 61•1.715 6J-S.-S5 Llbriery o2 Cvu;;ress t ~ jGbs='0, o /, fa n n rj -' 6 t>, I I
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50253 0861 1~,.C1?_5~'L(~71y ;711_;~1':T^ ~'4" U. S. Library of Congress. Science Dcvision. J3iolohicsl scienc,w serial publications; a world li:a., Iizt,,1-- 1951. ('~i:cmpilccl by John. IIenry Richtor rald Charl;>.4~ P. Didy of th© Scieruc i3iblioj,7aphic Scctionj the sponForrh.ip of the \aiional Science Foundation. 1'hila- delphifl, I;iolot;ical lbstr<1cts,1955. 2E3A p. 27 cm, 1. 131ologs- Period.-Bibl. L Title. Z5321.1i752 01G.57z(!5 G5-60051 --- CoDS 3. ~ 1 Zf,G3.i1.135 Library of Congress ~ J 1151 ..... . ,.. . ~.~rnrj ' 6 ~;0 () '
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50253 0895 7. Radiation iicja 4, V. ~~.....e-... t, ' .- - 1~ , .. `o . ._ ` , 0 j; .il 0 fl Et r 5 S,:i
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50253 0885 POT~:{ERS -''7yC x~ ~ ~30 'ALL~>~PAi~?rl~;~,:z~, ~r , Ikrapared by: D. T. Tux-ner (P iincipal Invcstifi::; or) h. Mf311iaris R. P. }:usy , Anuual ficpc-L"t 1'ot ~ Sstm 1, 1970 - Ma f 31, 1971 DDate cf Isssance Januarv fi, 1973 IIepartcenr of Metallurrlcat Engineering fice of Isotores DeveJ.o; ment vision of Applied Tec: noiogy S. Ato=ic Energy Co;.r, 'ss ion Drcxe3 L'niversity :ontract No.: AT(11-•1)r-3035 F't,ilciGcl.phia, Pennsylvania lC, 1014 . ~~ •.~.,~ ~ . _ "... . ...- . r ,
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50253 0893 Armoc ,IiLIXTAM Gatcisf M. R:;aTATI4:I G1:Id'`:It:G OL•' Sr;F<.2,IZ A.tin TO (.:;4.T..alli.'J:)s~,~. ~,~.s,~. 5 h~ f`n.13 : , " 0 4 ~1 t~ 0 (: r u:? s)
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50253 0912 III Me -81 S.P. 9 A Survey of CoWpounds fortiliadiation Protecti ' , on John Doull, et al U.S. DEPAFiTMt:NT 0F "COF)i~~iE{iCE National Technical Information Service University of Chicago. Chicago, I llinois 0. AD-277 689 April 1962 a
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50253 0897 4l:irt""~r~t, tS2t' t~~~.L'~Z4~~ , . ~.... i ~xxx 't, ' [lo 1 `lp1°~~~ SA~Si.] I`6 '.~•~ M Tf~ 1 1966 Ga1.~ ~ Fi1~., ... 1. i :.~37 093, j.) 1.'r r 41 ti.Cm ~.~ .aa.\Jn. -.. . ~ . ~.„ . ~•.......~...~....,.-.,...~..j.-w....n-+-.r 1
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50253 0905 i Itadiation--Phyrl.olot,icf:i effect see also Plants, Effect of radiation on 0 4 0 (l n t~ ~ 6 5.~~ 4
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__.. _.... _ ,.. - --~- 50253 0909 ~ ~ LJ's:ii~ sl:i:'wIC?' - I~:vf:~`.I+u:: RF F'Qi:F:;. 1 i , {7 ~ 1 ~ i i 'j I () ' 4 - 0 0 0 G ~! 6 S .1 8
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50253 0899 i i , E ~~WM~_o-RNJ T D'IcLc1n, Franlclin Chambers, 1S8g-- Padiat.ion, isotohes, and bone lbyl Franklin C. McLean (<uidl Ann lI. Budy. \ew York, Academic Pres&, 1964. xli, 216 p. Illus., dinsrs. 23 cm. (:1lonograph series ou radiation biology) "Prepated tinder the auspicrs of the Divisiou of Teci)nical Informa- tion, IInitod ',t.Mes Atomic l:nerhy Comniission." Inchides bIbliogr:apbics. 1. Bone. 2. Hadlobiology. x. I3udy, Ann .li., Joint author. ir. U. S. Atomic I:nergy Comruission. iit. Title. QPSn2 \i22 1901- ; , G12."r5 G3-2-3193 Library of Con„ress I
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4i'm 50253 0889 PG1.Y!'BRIZr:1I0i~/ELT:CTRL(:AI• KAT?;1ZIAI:S/NiJCLEAR 2-1.•":TERIAZ.S/ RADIATION PIOSF? AI11) TcI;.I:" I2Ei:EI:'9I?v`.fiTL~* /GRf~i'IiZTF; CAiZTsOI'/ ~ a F - l.T~ ~,~~;_l~,~+t~; -t_ \ ~.. ~i,.. P,F,F Q 123 fIa 1975 ~~. MATERIALS, NOPaI•S3;l.'AL;.1C/ A P P L ~'` :'A'T,10 N S . EI)ITOR Cha:les T. Lvr.clz, Pli.D. Senior Scicntist for !'n!'iroruncntnl F. ffects, 0 n 0 Rfc'tals L?ch:rior Branc'h, USAF ,'1ir Porce l~k tc'ricls Lcboratory Base, OL1io Put0ist,cd by (, ~? 6 ',§:cR~r4;1nc. 15901 Crameo,'^J!'.;kv:~y •rlrvcl;u"d,Ohiod4l:?S ~ ~ i;. /' ~ y 11,I.i, , ' ~ . i~ ~~J l
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50253 0908 '%- • I I St7-79 Stanford Research International S.P. "WYATtON'`PROCLSSINff fiy Robert S. Mellberg (SRI International, Research Report No. 618 August, 1979) Business Intelligence Program 0 4 0 0 (1 (1 2. 6 15"• 4 7
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50253 0907 A& !i . l C f() ~~i f1 !" i' • ~ ~ ~! 6
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50253 0910 I ~ TP 370 j Me .! l'3f21„litF~f,ih, f JL a V. aa'.:? S7P'r F~iti~~ h'~:~°:~C'~5 ~.~ .. ... s .:1 ~ Fl:l tae V. l ~ v13 115 S. V•:pS.e o.i C~:r;u4^.f;.^.E:: Ci•
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50253 0900 .9. CANCER--GEOGRAPIIiCAL/nCCUPATIONAL CANCER/CANCER--CAUSATION BY C?IE*IICALS/ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH~ NEOPLASMS,EXPERIMENTAL/ Third Edition CANCER--ETIOLOGY/CANCER--CAUSATION/CANCER--DIAGNOSIS/RADIATION ONCOLOGY/ RC 269 Ho 1976 CANCER--PREVEPJTION AND CONTROL/CAidCEROGENESIS/LUtdGS--CAtdCER/ CANCER=- '~DIATION TREATaENT/ The Phys, ~opathology o Cailcer . Editor: F. IloMauRGtR, Cambridge, Mass. Vol. 2: Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention Volumc Editors: MICIIAEL J. BRENNAN, Detroit, Mich., and IRWIN 11. KRAKOFF, New York, N.Y. Contributors: C. AGn+F, Lyon; A.7.. A~usu~i:, Boston, Mass.; M.J. BRFNNAN, De- troit, Mich.; T. M. Cnu, Bu(Lilo, N.Y.; 1). B. DOUCn.AS, l.ondon; J. E. Fi rzPATRICK, Buffalo, N.Y ; J.1 Jf ;anApN, r.yon;l1~!oA fOti N1. K t iG4R~uy, ~,If rjqucrhuc, N. N1cx.; R Xt.rT i..vAV. 1.von: C.A. N1c\fAiiA!v, Ncw Orlcans, La.; I).G. MnA.rR, New :oxc, Buffalo, N.Y.; ~ tAN, RulLilo, N.Y.; L. To++Aits, Lyon; J.N. WmrF, Detroit, Mich. I 1.... . A'.-w V,irt-_• Cv,llwy
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Ci:SF Tiii.S1'1'sRM P,L''SI;RVE t1P'.IVEi:S?TY---•I)ISSERTAI'InNS SEE 33].SSERTA1'YONS --•C!tSE W1'sSTEfiw RESERVE U,?:iVL1:SI'I'1' ~_y.,,..._._..,....~..._.. __ _ ._ _ . . a& 50253 0891 ~a7: AT.=4?; tfYC£.:)SCOPI-;x, - }3y rtiILIP S. SKLAD ~. - S,`.v.itt~1 in par.tzall fo2.filln~-it of the xcquircnants fo: tlr_>_ vt~-rce of ft>;tor of Phil~~`zy Ii5?esis levism: lTvf. T. E. riitdi_il Uiviion of NaU2] ti'urr,, eui3 batcriaLs Saen32 ~ Ott) 0 () C;se wesi-ern F_ servc Unitusity 27, 1974 I -s~' ~, .,~1d,,A-1ut.,i, 7
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3253 0888 9 Intern. l. r, d' 19 Vol. 2 t>02 7233/dQ1601-0023 SO6.SQ0 0 Gord~n and Breach Science Publishers, Inc.. :': ~' Printed in the United KingdoT ~ II MeAI-81 S. P• I~AI3IATICdNDOSE DUE TO ATMOSPHERIt~~~ASE$' F~tOM ~O~LIFIRED POWER STATION§ B. J. GLOWIAK and J. M. PACYNA Wroclaw Polytechnic, Phrc Grundwaldzki 9, SO 3?1 Wroclaw (Poland) f (Rerefved Avautr 20, 1979) ~ Individual and population doses, to which human organs an exposed, were analyzed. These doses are due to coal-fired power plants. Tbe effect includes contamination by inhalation and contamination by digestion of contaminated food . (the latter being dependent on the contamination level in soils, vegetation, water and animals). A percentage distribu- tion of ra.dio-nuclide doses in individual human organs is given. The highest doses, to which the human organism is exposed, are thoIS to bone. T1tis is associated with the hilth activities of air-borne "'Ra and's'Ra, and the concentration of thex radionuclides in the coal burnt. In addition, bone is the critiul organ for mRa and "'Ra. The results obtained ase compared with admissible ICPR values, which are too highand.¢an no,ionger be representative. Radionuclide doses due to cualiQred powee "lt,are ldmplred rvith thoge duito nUcleaf power stations. This comparison shows that radioactive contafnination caused by coal-fired power plants isQDout 30 antet higher than that caused by atomic pflwer~ ~ i r
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50253 0919 ~ ~ Radiation storllizr; t;rn.. see Sterili.zation radintion. r1 &-i i l r, 0 ~, . •.
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--- i ' . . e :I .%.i~.. ~ o I:"3"}::*.; :~ai:. ~_.1 iioa;.azs.:~'i4 =•03 S ~.pE'2I • i: 0 L060 ESZOS -
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50253 0915 Tp.i .~.... ~~-~....... ..,~ ... „ f: 0 ( I r' (1) 1;
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72 IV Sa Cf:LLULOSE--GRAFTItiG/FIBF_RS--C?IEMICAL. TLCHt;OLOGY/ ). POLYMER SCL: PARTC ' PoIlNl4p S ~l*iras ;4. NO. 37, PP. 1-25 (1972) fti SGjIC 1'ROI3LLAiS 1N=U=AT;0SFU4~'flNG- T(l I. SAKURADA, T. OKADA, and I:. KAJI r Osaka Laboratory forXadiation Chemistry Japan AtomicErergv Research Institute Neyagawa City, Osaka, Japan S1'NOPSIS In the case of grafting by prcirradiation tn-,thod, the presence of air during preirradiation by gacima rayshya practically no L'riluence on the percent graftin;,w•heieas the presence of water dccreases the activity to a great cxtcnt. ESR studies of prcitradiated cotton and rayon show tltat the active sprci^_s for the grafting are not pcroxidcs hut free radicals even when the irradiation is carricd out in air. 7he number of scissions of chemical bo: Js of thc ccUub_c t tc!ccVl: b)• thf• ;?ion u fUuaU' tu be practicefi+' ialcpcndent of tl:c (;:j,tcc o; {1o,) rn ::zation a,t1 r::i.rost:~~iurc of th;: initial ccllu!os'c f;bci; Oie presrrcc of air also has no effect on t!ie de~:radation. In the case of styrenc grafting, bre.4kir.; strength of single fibers rernains subst::ntialjy uncLant_c.!J by,the grafticg, but thee increase of uenier 0 lp~r tl(c~gra~t)ng aultEjin a.t~r~~p-lf tw~,rcitys(r;/d!n) of the sir•gle fihers. It is true that nh of styrcne, but the tendc.ncy to absorb the itrr;•asin~; Inrccnt t-rzft. This may be tct'w j'lr•flCi~ Cc!IC!OS1i ,
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. 50253 0894 rRAL'~~'~C~I~., 2' American Institute of Chemical rngineers. Cleve]and nuclear en:i.neerin!* and science conVress, rec~~mber, 1955, preprints of selected papers. "ew York, American Institute of Cherical Enjineers, 1955. O C: i$ ;l 0 0 (i i 0°a :
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O S! f}: f •uuc.S ~ ~~ iLiZ LI P,'a5T t Z'j • ~id~ig -X[tdVa~`U'LYZiZIB v s Sn~arUall t[CIV sx;cri:z i[u t;nzx~:zt~r~~zs~•a r:nx7~ix~tfu a •~ `tv (UtVI) • Z ' T • tddn,cL-.4~~ ~3`.'.+~~~1~IH ; auti xx f060 ESZOS - *-• _ ----- -. .. .... . _ _ - -- . . _: . .-... . _..
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50253 0911 UnC U. S. Congress, Joint Comn:ittee on Atomic Fne rgy RADIATION PROCESSING OF FOODS. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Research, Development, and Radiation of the Joint Cor,miittee on Atomir, EncrFy, Congress of the United States, EiPhty-Nint.h Con~,res_ First Session on Radia*_ion Processing of Foocr.. 10,65 821 p. Washington F
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50253 0898 Literature Search No.76-16 76 II Un '~ 1, A`Uiff January 1974 through February 1976. 120 Citations in English Prepcired by Mary Sousa u_ S, Public Health Service ~ National Institutes of Health , National Library of Piedicine NLM Literature Searches are computer-generated bibliographies produced by the Library's Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System (MEDLARS). Topics are selected on the basis of significant current interest in the subject matter. , 4 0 (1 0 fj 10: 6 5:1 7
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50253 0914 -- ; QC ee,* fi." liT. 'FCfi!"'T..~1! f"!"ft9.*t.~'92E ' 771 4#T-F~eMw ff?1i.L W, C+:v ~«a]~0 +iG4", N~6~kZ D3.AQ 16 ,oE7sr4 .a.b ~, ` ~ {.14 k-5 3-1 } I ~a I ~ : . .. . .. . . , +.C. et i ... ,. ,. : . -. , ~ i. . ...,. ~.~ -. . ~t~.. ..., .. ~. .
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50253 0920 I 3 ,.- i QC ' 7900 lU U. S. Dept. of Defense. Quartermaster Food and Container Ins{itute for the Armed Forces. Radia+ion Sterilization Project. Radiation St.erilization, reviews of the litera- ture in selected fields. Chica;e, 1955. 74 p. 27 cm. O
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50253 0913 .- . J ~ 1J ' 4 ....r . .. . .. ... . : ..:.!.....~. ~.'•.~.r.. .i.. ~ ~. L~ ~;L :.+...1..._ .. . c... ta.-. .... ' ..... . 5 .. .. ` .,. 4~ 4 () 0 0 (i
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I t ..,. ,.~..__._._:~.,::.nS:.... C ~ ~ ~ : V~jv 61:: a ~ ~ S ~~11 4 vp < 9060 f SZ 0S
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50253 0916 t? ~. 1 ri5~'ir,~; ~ l T5 795 llJ"~( I! }Z l;idD l;):.`;.iy; 'LChI. Q:r t A7.Yi4A P?:;;T!Ca.-P . EIMIT:'~4R, 1'ULU;;I;L-.-2Z0. ~ j 1964 442 p, }';'cHn Ncv York 0 n o .r7 `.3 J
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~ 50253 0925 ~ ; 9-42-80 76 I Ma-80 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RADIATIVE TRANSFER THEORY FOR PASSIVE MICROWAVE REMOTE SENSING OF A TWO-LAYER RANDOM MEDIUM WITH CYLINDRICAL STRUCTURES S.L. Chuang, J.A'. Kong et. al. Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Research Laboratory of Electronics .' q,f"(J INDUSTRIAL LIAlSON PROGRAM r S.L. Chuang, J.A. Kong, L. Tsanq DISTRIBUTED FOR INTERNAL USE BY MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY. MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED. n n n~, r: 6 S;i ~ a4 '~.
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50253 0881 3 Rk. a a. arV- mnr"7 Hollaender, Alexander, 1898- ed. I{adiztion biology, edit2d by Alexander IIollaender with the cooperation of Austin M. Brues land othersl New York, DlcGruw-IIi11,105•1- v. In llhis. 21 cm. "I'rehnred under the auspices of the Conimittee on Hadiation Biology, Division of Biology and Agriculture, Hesc•arch Council, rution;ll Acadern}• of Sciences, 1Cashin;ton, 1). C-." Includes bibliooraphiFs. Co:vTT;nTS.-Y. 1. IIigh energy radiation. 2 pts. 1. Radiation. 2. Iaolo„y. r. \ntional Research Council. Cor;:- mftttv- on Radiation Biology. II. Title. QIIGa2.TIG Library of Congress *574.8 576.3 53-6012 120i 0 4 0 0 0 f, ,~~ 6 i;) 0
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50253 0896 , a practical refercnca cocerin;; the industrial, medical, and research uses of radiation and atomic energy with special applications to the fields of hecilth physics, industrial hy;icne, and sanitary engtrieering. Il,u,son lilatz, editor-in-cliief. 1st ed. New Yorlc, AlcGraw- IIiIl,1959. ]v. (vnriou,v pagin;,s) i11Us., dlxgrs., tables. 24 cm. Includes bibttogr-plites rend biblioi;raphtcal referenccii. 1. Radlattou-I'bysiolob[cal effect. t. Blatz, Iianson, ed. 1tA1231.R2R28 , -, 614.715 50-9v85 Library of Congrcc~s ~ ' ~GOs2t1~ ,
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50253 0930 ;Qll i453 An ~ i ~ A& Radicals (Ctie~{sCry), v. 18 i 0 i l (., f. )
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ALS 50253 0931 ~s. ~~~ - ~._.. ~........_.~ ~ QD 1 501 Radicals (Chicmistry) ~ Ba 0 ~ 4 tf) rl 0 f, 7 0
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_ ' O?) 50253 0932 f:c_di.ca1s (Chr:.:,i s t ry) . i Bevinf;tou, J C ]ladical polymerization. London, "',ew York, Academic Press, lOC1. 188p. 11hLa. 24 cm. 1. Polymers and polynierizraton. 2. Radicals (Chemistrc) ;. Title. ' QD471.1357 547.139 • Gl•-15?57 j Library of Congrnss 1301 f-% ' 4 (1 0 0 ~, ,+ 0 ') 7 t
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50253 0921 QC j 798 H , ~ . Harvard University. Graduate School of l3usi ness Administration. Radiation sterilization of foodstuffs. Boston, 1954. 89 p. Acjdenda. 2;erreographed. i:~ ~ 0 r1 0, f ,
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50253 0929 ft 76 III So SYNT1iESIS, ORGANIC/ Jr'mlra-.cr•e.'ree cC'/e.".eiaby Rcro:ls VOLUME 1• NUMBER 1• WINTER 1967 ,Qit~ra-~~cietrco Rtc,Seatc/ orrirrrafian SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA © INTRA-SCIENCE RESEARCH FOUNDATION 1966 AL6 Current Studies of Free-Radical Reactions in Preparative Organic Chemistry IlY GEORGE SOSNOVSKY UNIVERSfTY OF WISCONSIN -. MILWAUKEE MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 9
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50253 0937 ~ QD Radicals (chemistry) 251 ~ Go Gould, E, dwin S Mechanism and structure in organic chemistry. New j York, Holt (1959, 790 p. lllus. 25 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Chemistry, Organic. QD251.G6 Ltbrary of Congress U~ 0 0 tl . f #*- .;. 6. S 7. 6.. I. Tltle. 547.139 59-8696 113i ;
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ti ~~,41-y). ~ 50253 0935 Edwards, John 0 Inkirfinnic r-1,action n-techRnisnis, an introduction. New York, ti1'•. A. I3enjr.min, 1961. sii, ]v) p. ::lus. 2-t cia. (The YLSstcal tno.aanic chcn. l;r serle,) Includes bihilo:;rarhtcal veferences. Qu7a.r:a5 Library of Congress ~ 5~1.33 .~ ` 17-11 G-1--13`.?J) 1. Chewtcai re,;ctios's. r. Title. 0 " - 1 0 0 0 0 ~` 6S 7 4
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50253 0926 0 N"i S A6 Richard Creel 80 I I Ey-80 S. P. Ithaca College °RAIMAVEPtPMNaMENALISW B:F SKYNNER'S ACCOUNT OF.PRIVATE EVENTS*' . .. . r /' ~. , . In his most sophisticated philosophical statement, About Behaviorism, B.F. Skinner claims that radical behaviorism must provide a satisfactory account of private events, such as feelings and after-images, and he expresses confidence that such an account can be given. "A science of behavior," he writes, "must consider the place of private stimuli as physical things, and in doing so it provides an alternative account of mental life. The question, then, is this: What is inside the skin, and how do we know about it? The answer is, I believe, the heart of radical behaviorism."' Skinner, however, has not yet presented a clear, coherent account of private events. I hasten to add that the substance of a powerful account is implicit in Skinner's writings, but since he has not yet articulated his position in a clear and systematic way, what I would like to do is threefold. First, I would like to set forth what seem to be four basic tenets of Skinner's sitjon en private events. I will document these tenetsDon(Vri~tesltantifneOver~decade or more. Second, I will show numerous ivior might reasonably cause one to wonder i)
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~ L : 9 U tJ () V o C~J r . . . ,',/ " ..t. -. :.e , .. / s . :. l F ~ tcs ~ ab ~ I r . b£60 £SZOS
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50253 0923 L114ifYl.Vk~'! tI[a'x.r.,~ isi~lgat~a-.a.a~:l•+.t ».~~: t~lt~R4~,F'%~+~5!'Y.*~~w+~~+.+~o-...raw~._.t: ~, ~~' hlc~ltl~li~R#~'='> ! Desrosier, Norman 1xd Radiation technology in food, agriculture, and biology, by Norman W. I)e.ro,ier and Henry M. Rosenstock. 1I'est- pcrt, Conn., Avi Pub. Co., 1960. 401 p. tllus. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Rs;diatlon. 2. Itndintion--Physiological effect. 3. I+ndiclc;;y. Industrial. r. Ito.-lzonsOck, Henry Jf., joint author. it. Titlc.. Q,H652.;)45 574.19 60- 4275 1 Library of Congress ._. .,---••. -~-•......-- ~ I
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50253 0936 , ; , I TP 9 itau3oals (c}ierrd.stry)., SuppZo 2 ~~~.lzU' .,ls'ir Oi.i tf ='y .. . • = s.c.~'•i Y I,`- ..,11~':..~~ 1.+ 04q 0 0 0 2 6 5 7 5
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fiadicals ~Ciieuiistry). Ret-taz•f G. A. ,~-•.`...+- ~ . ~ L.;_.....~..,T:1h: l'i: ~.. ': ::C~R~:i~.t;As. M.:e1a7.C G}.!i by '. J. :wt--. 1;`r.7 593 ;~. A; ~1F~tc; , Ce.~cv~y-C~cfes New Yark 50253 09n0
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E 400 Advances in Edited by ; Ad HETEROCYCLIC ; A. R. KATRITZKY 1980 pepumnenr of chnnir0y ~ CHEMISTRY ~i- ~~ ~ ~ IMIDAZOLES/DITHIOLIUM IONS/RADICALS(CHEMISTRY)// AZABICYCLO HEXANES/ ; ~ ACADEMIC PRESS I •8ak.Mf.ry ef 1.reo.A kra" Js.snMb. T.DILMrs i Volume 27 ~ A. J. BOULTON 1f.. York London Toronto Bydnq Son rrsel..e I School ojChemical Sciences Univerrity of Ea+e AnpGa Norwich. EnSland r, 4 0 0 0 0 2 6 5 7 7
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50253 0928 ' ~ QD ' ~ 281 ~ 1; l Aft Bevington, J C licdical polymerization. London, New York, &cademic Press, 11901. 188 p. illus. Zi cm. 1. Polymers and polSmerizatlon. 2. liadfcnis (CLemistry) ;. Title. Ltbrary of Congress QD-171.Ii57 617.139 0 4 0 0 0 (1 t: k') S ~) 7 l J 1301 si-15e57 +
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{ s4p Radicals (chemitry). ~ 501 so 50253 0'941 Sosnovsky, George, 1920- • Free radical reactions in prepara,tivo organic chemistry. A'ew York, Macmillan (1964j zvl, 438 p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references. 1. Radicals (Chemistry) 2. Chemistry, Organic-Synthesis. T. Title. QD255.S73 547.2 6i--13258 Library of Congress "" (14-1j ` . .. . • . . . . . . . . ~ 4 0n 0 rE :~ 6 5 #1 :M ~ .A
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A 50253 0939 t htuiicels .(~' Zieistr,t•1 ~ v.l. Progress in organic chemistry. 1- +'~ London, liutterK•Lrttis Scientific Publi.c0ior4s, 1y52--= : ;, v. 26 cw. (Progress series) Fdi tor : v.1-= J. W. Cook. Includes bibliography. 1. Chemtstry, Orgunle--C)ollected work.s. 2. Cbeo?tstry, Technica: I. Cook, James Wilfred, 1900- ed. QD245.1172 ~~ 547.072 5L-~l Sc? i e• Idbrarg of Congress (r5,3d3j / ~`
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50253 0943 j .,7 Qil 345 S Radicals (Chemistry). Symposium on Free Radicals in Biological Systerna, Stanford LTniversity, 1960. Free radicals in biological systems; pro- ceedings of a symposium held at Stanford University, March 1960. Editors. H. S. Blois, .Ir. land others) New York, Academic Press, 1961. xyiii, 387 p. illus., port., diagrs., tables. 24 cm. A Includes bibliogrnp~~+s. () 14 0 t1 - () r~ 2 6 . "a'.__01 2:
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Y i Ci (' !) (~ :}vo flrJ f.C}i1l rtla~ '~ ~ ov..r..,..,~ ,0 a~ ~ P~ .s atj ;t°~~ ~~. p y -l , ~7~ p 7A~~y~,,~ :f yt iI a1~P~7c7 d°,vC3s?~~S°`cL:.C q1i3 N Y,1~dJ 1` 0!L1.15:,1id i1O aV.IJSUIrJ~Ilaeix'....~.S.c:1~Vi.1 :,1L:8w'vta~~J •' ~ _ ',,mm ~~dl'X.:~~.8..~~-Y'~'•~'.~5~ 17Ollnl~ . f X7Y .,,._„s~..,..R .. . ~ ~-..__ , ~-. - . . . . ~ ~ - ... ..- . - . . _ fi B t
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50253 0947 QH Radicals (Chemistry)--Bi.ological and ~ 345 rnedical application. S 1 SM osium on Free Radicals in Biological Systemo, Stanford University, 1960. Free radicals in biological systems; pro- a ceedings of a symposium held at Stanford University, March 1960. Editors. M. S. Blois, Jr. [and othersl New York, Acadeaic Press, 1961. xviii, 387 p. illus., port., diagrs., tables. 24 cm. Includes bibliogra~ .
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50253 0904 ~ III nu2-76 . ~~c> ~,a3P.M, No V\ (19's) S.P. -- ,p • ... r1 ~eloc.wl(prn.a. 8/: 10a721m Radia:lelr sad pnococteemestry ot eAloroilueroTOAfI:`IAGA s TAKESHI otti [~+Oi7l n , Tnrni.t^a. Ti:.z n• tUniv. 'Co~yo, Tokyo, Japan). Kctaka fl 3(Japan). 'tho order of . YYct ily inlx ncYi -FUt+[ure oCcllorniiuoroc'artrons w•as given as C-CI > C-C > C-F by analysu of radmlv,is p ucts. Similar results vere obsd. from the di;tributiun ot products in hot-atm 1t~n -1 :.letions behceen CF:CI•CF:CI and %'Br formed by the rencrtun i of r4Br(n, y)"-Rr(I.T.)--Hr. These results were compared with the photochr.rt. data, and the photolvsis ot ch!oru(lunrxarbo,u, ,• D r ~~M~• ~ a p 7n'~ n~'~~ r lnllovcd by the reaci ions with ozone onvinated in the stratosphcre, ~ vas considered ou the basis ot the chcm. of surroundinRs h A~~ }L~- ~^ LI` -- ' . • .,•, t# L .:Cr. ~'.; ~ ?J . !' perchlorofluorc±Ak+nes) c'S{~I Z`. 7 OUZ`nP-5}-T-1Y'Z: C-C, C-F, C-Cl ftEAl.iVAr-A- OLLE-5k.t 0)S}tj ~MT M-3: ~1-- 1: ~-C Z 1C'_tt5t,r~'r k skrt43 g, Yc9VV~,i'cL, FJR Ll- P. lZ ~&eu ~ ~NPUZ OE:l'c;t1 l: ~~`t7ixf, trrT '~vn^&-bt b afX~$nFi{c~`~~~-"?ib .~jtav7Nda+„f~ L~ ~1~ Y.azanjian 1,1,2-F') 7:i. X~. ~- ~~ ~~~s L' b3Nu 7~ t: 1~') 7 n~;t u s y 1(CFCI.•CFzCI) 2:ii ~1-` T ~l' tt 7 F y 7 7 v L . ~,,Z 1 0) I
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!KAI);.CALS (CI?LMZS-'~KY) / Clit::•tLSfFY, ORGANZC--ANjtLYTLC/ ! AA Qualitative and Quantitative FIFTH EDITION H. T. Clarke, D.Sc. (Lond.), F.R.I.C. Formerly Professor of Biochcmistry in the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University Revised by B. Haynes, B.Sc., Dip. Ed., F.R.I.C. Principat. Ewell County Technical College with E. C. Brick, M.sc., F.R.i.c. and G. G. Shone, M.Sc., F.r:.i.c. Crane, RussaEc Company, Inc. ~ New York '0 4 () 0 0 (; :'. 6 9 72
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p253 09,12 iqD 5 262 Radicals (Chcraistry ) Uaivorvity of Hichlgtin OT_'Cpw1YC .°,E-:I2nAM FALL 1968 -f-c S2U, lC,S8-(-L 134 Pr.ges UaiveYOity or Michigan For title of individual seminars see index. 0
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50253 0946 ._ _.. . _.___._. _..-. _ ~ __ .___.._.. _~ ~._........... __ _ -- ._ r'0 Itudtcals 501 rrledic .? ripj?lic.-:tia,l. I . J, F. FR~," AS STI3DM BY I:L:::r?.Oa Sp~"T .rY. w,_..i......v~I• 10,58 ZM. po Eutt=woz~L~.s °ojentific Fublicatlons 0
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ItiTMUIf33.AL SYltfC$xi1M ON SfiRM P-AUICllLS, 57d, UPF 6A&A iMIV., SWEAFN t , JULY 6-Y, 1S3b1, Pl~^EaS. 1961 766 pa~ts C1ocring~ousa for Fcderal &cientific and ?oc:hnical InCom.atlon, tlational Buseau of 8t=slArdB Spriagf iexd, Va.
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50253 0944, Radicaia OhomialxY) Walling, Cheves, 1916- Free radicals in solution. New York, Wiley (1957) 631 p. lllu9. :.'-4 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Radicals (Chemtstrc) 2. Solution (Chemistry) i. Title. QD471.ij'3 Library of Congress Fu1l name: Cheves Thomson Walllr. *547.013 541.7 57-10518 153oL10,
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r l 50253 0953 Radicals (chemistry)--Molecular theory.. l:Y ~~:1'. Or"u.i:`Y'.i G.r:'!( .. l. `ti . •.. . .. .. T~^. t:.,..; yLi:t: ~..... 0 - 0. . 4O tl 0 ri `,•' . 3 5 9 2- ..•
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50253 0924 Aip >I I VOL. 5, N0.(5 ) GEOPHYSICAL RE LETTERS pp MAY 1978 i III Du2-78 ~ S.P. i 1 er~es't4~'ac..nr, ~~~y,~`i,;8QU1LtdRIi~tt72}i'fFltll~IR~~~ .~5'fRATOS9HERE l~h'f~~0$FIiERE'~+-~ aCOMPJlRi60tt-2OR fH6:°StsLLtR'OCCif~[~'tlO:T,:A~ID ~UV AZbNR i3(2W W. R. Kuhn, D. Kraemer, R. J. Cicerone and S. Liu Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 •Abstract. Recently published ozone densities in the equatorial stratosphere and mesosphere from satellite stellar occultation measurements are appreciably larger than previous independent midlatitude measurements and ozone densities pre- dicted by photochemical theory. We have calcu- lated radiative equilibrium temperature profiles with a atratosphere-mesosphere optimized model for each of these ozone profiles and find that the stellar occultation studics cannot be dis- counted on energy balance grounds. Introduction Recent stellar occultarion mcasuremen!s of nighttimF equatorial ozor.e between 45 km ond 110 kkty Wgtar! ct ~1. L11476 f 19771' or~jtwo'r2o- t~ I 1977) also yleld ozone eoncentrationa" about thrcc ticcs lower 0nn the stellar occulta- tion results. Extrn ozone aources or a very dry _n._n\_I. . t ot rn f1f fhe tropospheric profile was chifted, a nev boundary flux determined, and the calculations for the strat,,sphere and mesosphere repcntcd. This pro- cedure was continued until the outEuing flux agreed to within + 1% of that measured by vnnderIInAr and Suomi (1971). The tropopsheric water vapor is from McC]atcheX et al. [1971J. The C0i and 03 concentrations were fixed at 4.56 x 10- and 4.8 x 10-' fm/gm respectively. The cloud cover was as9umcd to be 50% with the cloud tops lecated at 525 mb. Our "standard" upper air modcl for ozone (Figure 1) is from_Y.r~er and i!in,zner (1976). Th1s model applics to latitudes of JU° to 60'; however, the equatorial ozone dnta presunted earlier by "Kru~er (1973J yield castmtially the sane profile •3as given in their 30' to 5Q' latitude model. Also shown are the eqtiatorfal ozone data for the stellar occultation mensurements of fifeFfter et al. (19771; the water vapor mixing ratio is from Lic e_t n1. (1976), and the C0Z amount is 4.56 x 10'1, gn/gm. The otratusphere ozone ccncentrationi s,iovn in
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, ~ 50253 092-1 ~ , NICOTINE--MET1IYi.ATION/ ;- _.____-_.---- ._. -' -- RJR CLASS NO. PA,'t'HLET 78 X1I Tt 78 X1I It Itokawa, H.: Tnaba, T.; Haruta, R.; Kameyama, S. Tokyo Coil. Pharm., Tokyo, Jap. ) %0 ~~ axD€ ~:CA~.~Mktt~Y~a . ~~~.,~~ 1~~ . 101 :.~s~., Qt~~NI~?E~'~c Chem. Pharm. Bull. 26 (No. 4) 1295-1297 (1978) (in English) Radical mcthylatiun and radical h~ dru~~ mrthl L,,i m of -',-Fub:titutcd quinoline ~ deri.•atives.~c•re applied to natural pruducts, eslrciaJly to nicotir.e and ,lui-,,ine. In both ~ eases, methyl derivatives weic obtaincd in hiZh ~irld than bydio:.ynctLyl dc:ivatives. ~ \icotinewas cubstituted prafe:c:,tially at C-G position and quinine .r:a subctituted ~_preferentially at C-2 pesitionA _`~_~.._~ . 4~ H. 0 0 0 ~I ! 0 9 i? C) , •-,-_,.-, + --- . - ~
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50253 0962 , 1 -~-- ~ QD Radicals--Polymers azd re1~rnterixation. 281 B Bevington, J C Radical poly;nerization. London, New York, Acaden. Piess,19C1. 188 p. tllus. 24 cm. < 1. Polymers and polymerizatlon. 2. Radicals (Chemistry) Z. Tttle. QD471.B57. 547.139 61-15057 Ltbrary of Congress ~~ n n n n 16 6 0 1
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/ ~ c;p. ~ 501 ~ I bI ~1 • J 1 J ~. + ' '~ . - .: J. ~. -..fL: ~.......~... .. .w 50253 0952 Ra.-ica1s (ct:emisi:r3•)--irz•", alntion. rS' As : T'IJD.t~'.~.D st' 1:LMi?A'? SPII7 1°-58 274 p,. Bu'ttertzcirths Scientifi,c PubZfLr,at;Loas Q La.-d c.:
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! / Iz1 ~Z'^~.*1y D e Ja Eo xrER; D:cA7s F s sTUD= BY r;.,UMI C N .c!PLIT I1~5t+ 2'rl; p. Buttenfoz•ti3o :ciRntffic Publicaticns Y.=dci
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. 50253 0945 J' l Iadical>; (Ch3mflz trr•) . QD Waters, William Alexander. 501 The chemistry of free radicals. 2d ed. Oxford, Clarer W don Press, 1948. vlll, 29:i h. Illus. 25 cm. r 1. Raalclls (Chemistry) 2. Chemlcal reactlona 3. ChemIstry, C ganic. QD501.W4fi 1-948r '~ 541.39 48-747f Library of Congress L101 0 4 0 0 n t/ 1. 6 5 t~ 4
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l 50253 0958 / i QD 258 ~ M F,adicsls (cha.mistry)--Rearrangements. Hayo, Paul do, ad. Molacular rcarranga*Rta. New York, Interscieac,: Publis23ar$ 119b3-•641 2 v. (yii, 1244 p.) diugr.s., tablea. 24 cm. Bivlioaraphicnl lootnotes. 0 4 1) n o (4 2) >> 9 7'
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. . _.f~ ....r.._t.:i.-:: s1..ta:..+.~_.~_~._,.:......-.....r.~~,s.._ -...,.......~~w.:...r-. 50253 0954 QDRuaicM (cn::misf.ry)--Polymorizatio:r-- ~ j01 PyZ'o:;j:i1B. I PRES r;:rs DIC:•..: As s.UD. DY rz.,~T1:M n+TZ.~V-. Slm.~ -.~../ ~...+^C~~B L. 1"58 273 p. Dutteruort.hs .ci.entMe PuU19.catio.m i.ondua .~
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50253 0969 i jt~%dio) S:~ort ware. I TK Knight, Stephen A 7870 Introduction to u1trA-high-frequency radio engir.eerin, Kn London, Pitman (1951, ?5l3 p. tltus. 1fl cm. 1. Radio, Short wave. TIiG553.K595 Library of Congrrss 131 54-10273
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' ~ • . .1..........•r....r,....._~... ..,~...........~....._~.~~...~_......:...1._.`__..rwi.r._.,..«~.i.Wd.c: ~ On 50253 0963 281- B kaclicals--Polymers and po1yir.erization4- Yroc:ucti :n. &rin~toit, J C Radiccil polymerization. London, New York, Aca,lez Press,19G1. 183 p. tllus. 24 cw. 1. Polymers and polymerization. 1. Title. QD171.B57 Library of Coogresa 2. Radicals (Chemistry) 547.139 61-1505 D tA
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. 50253 0959 C~) . 501 I . 'Ind.; c.31s (chemi.atz-f)--Spect~•on;e In ll, QTE, !3, FI'.:E I~r.DIG;:L; AS ;,'?.'UI7xED By F.L~,1iT:{(3it SPIIi 1958 2i1., p. Buttexwcrths 4ciVlatifiC Puba3cn4:ions Undon , 0 4 f} ~t ~. {i . ~_ {). i
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50253 0961 Radlcale, Orgar.ic•-G1ess&ry. Tic1.Iey, E. It. IvAJiXtt.^, G`tG11,,~7IC CC;3hOMiDS; A GUibS TO TF'iF 14MENCa,.All.r:Z USED 7N C:tGA2iIC CIiL'KSIRY. 1962 48 p. Tbe Ncyea Pres-Ap, xnc, Pearl R£ver, N. Y, - . . 1: .. . r . . _ . ~ . . _ __ . , :,.
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50253 0970 XI ~^5~...: .. 0
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50253 0960 , ~ Qli ~ 345 S itadica:s (Chctni stry)--Z-Va1ue. Symposium on Free Radicals in Biological Systems, Slo ford Universil,y, 1960. Free radicals in biological systenls; proceedings of symposium held at Stanford University, 'March 1960. IEd tors: \i. S. Blois, Jr. tand othersl New York, Acadein Press, 1961. xvili, 387 p. fllus., port., dingrs., tables. 24 ciu. Includes biblio, nphies. 1. 13lologtcnl chemistry-Congresses. 2. Itadlcals Congresses. c. 13101s, M. S., ed. ii. Title. (Chemistry) (~,lII3,15.SSS 19C0 ,-,-,, 574.19 CO-1G() Library of Congress ~-~ t25i L7 () 4 0 n 0 (;
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~ 50253 0949 r -- i Radi.~:.~1~ ` (Chcni.str.}•)--Ccngresses. Sy mposium on Free Radicals in Biological Systems, Sta: ford Unizersity, 1960. Free radicals in biological systems; proceedings of symposiwn held at Stanford University, 'M;lrch 1960. 1?d tors: M. S. l;lois, Jr. tand othersi New York, :lcaclenli Press, 1961. zviti, 387 p. tllus., port., dingrs., tables. 24 ciu. _ Includes bibliographies. 1. Biological chemistry-Congresses. 2. Radicals (Chem(strs)- Congresses. r. Blois, 51. S., ed. it. Title. 1(.,J1345.SS8 19G0 Library of Congress 0 4 . 0 (). 0.. r3 2. 6 5 ;3 W._ 57-1.1 J 0-1 6OS .j . .. .
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0 I 50253 095~ ~ QD Radicals (chemistz•g) --I.eaxjraaKem.ents ~ 251 ~ Go Gould, Edwin S Mechanism and structure in organic chemistry. Ne~ •York, Holt E19591 780 p. illus. 25 cm. Includes bibliography. 1: Chemistry, Organic. L Tltle. QD251.GG 547.139 59-SS98 Ltbrarq of Congress 01151 ~ t1 •~ nn n t i 2 . t~ 9 9 5
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4 • 7s 1 Ma-80 • 50253 0964 MASSACHUSETTS lNSTiTUTE OF TECHNOLOGY EEFfJCP OF PFCMM) W.TaNG CN CON=Z£ Q0 WX JOnM OF 9~EP 1 R. Eyre, R. B. Orr, J. L. -KEaman, I. L. Paul, and R. H. Pb Departzrnstts of Mect><inxcal Ehgineezing, -ani Materials Science ani Migineeri~ INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM _ i e + ~. DISTRIBUTED FOR INTERNAL USE BY MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY. MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED. pe P '~ `.'"~' ue~ ..c :. I 0 ' 4 -0 n n,() 2 6.6 _0 3
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50253 0922 f xx Ma4 1 E _ Ira~;ie, I;, C. RADIATION Tf:CHNOLCGY 224 C0;??Ut;CTf();v (,'j;'ti FJ:T'N1.P,VFST 3~T;CCi;UURL'S AS A tS?'.f,iyS C1' a;:TM1)?i:.^.- rr•r Z.XYi: O" i'RJLT~ S, A:.D j;i;~I 't t 1. • . ,,.,.. .~ s Ferfod L'overerebruaxy I-°55 by fi. C. tipxie, 2S r:.;v'Yl r . L . S. L`~c•~i*?,c r 15, ~ 1765 • Univarsis:y of C.:Lixor;zi.j llavS: , 0 14 () IP, 0 1-0 ;r: 6 IS . "
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:._ : __..._.. _..__.._.~.: .~._.._ _._._,..<. ._._.._. . . _ .. 50253 0950 Qii 345 S ,, Rad.tcaIs (Chemistry)--R1F.ctron spin rc=.sonance spectra. Sy mposium on Free Radicals in Biological Systems, Stan ford University, 1960. Free raciicals in biological systems; proceedines of symposiurn held nt Stanford i?nivcrsity, Aflrch 1960. Edi tors: M. S. Blois, Jr. Land othersl New York, Acadenni Press, 1061. zcili, 387 p. Ilhis., port., dlagrs., tables. 24 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1. Rlolo.-tcal chemtstry--Conqresses. 2. Radicals (Chemistry)- Con.-resses. r. 131ois, 51. S., ed. ii. Title. (,~) I3I5.SSS 1960 ,. 5574.19 GO-1G0s Library of Congress 1251
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9 Cd : ~.J C`' 'i {1 U U 0 1~ o + ,. ~ : _...._•~it.a......+.:.se.n........~ra:.~,=a..._.........t::...:..~,:..~.._....._..a.,:.•..~._•..r •.., . .....__.....,...-.....:.s~ e._ . .` . . u ... -~z_ ..'. ... . ...:a .:~:, p+.'... .... ..._. . , ....w~S ~ n L n _ ~ ti .~ N .~.. .... i~ v::.~w..-:s......,_.a.:: v...... .~. .- !.v 4^ '•.l '^ v . . .~~ c. i: z .' ~*".'!-- x X I A _. ~ Lt60 ESZOS
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50253 0983 Va., U. P.JR CLASS NO. PA2IPHLET 75 IX Wi Wiliianson, T. G. ; Batalo, D. P. ; Jenkins, R. td. ; Fri.sch, A. F. (Univ. Va.,Charlottesville, Va.; Philip tlUrris Res. Cent., RichTond S.) r.EASUREMNT OF THE CIGARETTE AIR VOLUME WITH Wb4 Trans. Amer. Nucl. `Soc. 21 , 131+-f:i_S"' (l~75) (iri
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50253 0965 Spcctrocldrolca Acte. Vol. 3015, pp. 440 to 489. Pcrgimon Preae, 1975. Prljrte<1 In Northorn IrcLlcd ;7'11171 _0v A comparative investi,gation of sonic analytical performance characteristics of an inductively-coupled •ndfow. frequency plasma and a capacitively-coupled iuicrowave plasma for solution analysis by ~" emission spectrometry P.'SV. J. bL BouIMANS and F. J. DE BOER Philips Rosearch Laboratories, Eindhovcn, '.rho Netherlands ]'. J. DAIIDIEN, 11. ITOEL7.EL and A. ~TEIER E. Die,rck, Analytischcs 'Lentrallaboratorium, Darmstadt, G.F.R. (Received 15 11fay 1975. Rcvised 3 July 1975) Abstract--This paper reports results of an inter-laboratary investigation involving standardized experimonts performed «•ith standard moasuring equiprnent to establish unambiguously the diffcronces in analytical performance of an inductivoly-coupled radio frequency plasmr (ICP) and a capacitivoly-coupled microwave plasma (CMP) for simiiltaneous multi-element analysis (SMEA) of solutions. Tho authors compared a laboratory-built, prototype ICP and a stitndard commercial C`IP. Tho analytical characteristics covered were the following: (i) detection limits, (ii) matrix effects produced by cesium. sulfato, cadmium sulfate, and di-ammoniwnhydro- gonphosphato, (iii) sensitivities, and (iv) precision. Theso characteristics wero evaluated for 14 spoctral lines of 12 ro resentativo ole, -non,t"~s. The r~ ult,~. .'~R-ere correeted for differences in .l._-. ......e .{.lon ~nt /nc~i~enl~nirrOnn ~rjltn !ll~.n tT.e II1LLsn1II~) oi Lho nobulizers used with the two
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50253 0972 Ita'l:NTIO:;.S/CO:f`;?`dICATTO".S TEICi?NOLUGI'/TF.CIt`,OLOGl / COLtT:13I". ;i:OADC~1STIiic; SYSTi:?t/t'.ADIO BR0:1DC1'.STING/Tt'sLP:CO`4.lUtIICATIO:I/ T 19 Go 1973 E F t i~.~.~V C_ MY TURBULENT YE~~~~.S AT C BS ~ 1t ~z~~ ~- i ~h TE~ c. G-~L u rV~ w z z-ii Lee Edson t. Saturday Reciew Press/T. P. Dutton & Co., Inc. 1Vntn Ynrl I - J_r --M-.~~:}-~ ` .~.- ~ C . (rn'),~.~
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50253 0918 II Me--74 ~ood I rra&atLoi (5acjcu ~ L~~' a> 15 -~O ~j Q7 0) S.P. FI.K. FRANK and Th. GRL'hEWALD Federal Research Centre for Food Prescrvation, Karisruhe West Germany INTRODUCTION '1 3 Tha authorit~~s and the agriculture and food processing industries are interested in finding successful .~L't+ods,for eliminating or destroying aflatoxins in foodstuffs and animal fecd. Many experimants on the clution of L`.ese mycotoxirts, especially from oil seed meals, have been published [1, 2, 3, 4] . Other papers have dess.r.bed methods for destroyin; the aflctoxins by chemicals [5, 6, 7jby hcat [8, 9, 1Ojor by a combinazicn of eherr.iaal and physical treatments [11-1 . These methods are in general still ur.satisfzctory because they altcr the eharacteristics of the foodstuffs and also incrcase costs. Vegetab!e oils are an exception since they are frced frorn s aflaAsxins during the normal proc:ss of refining [12,13] . Because aflatoxins are quite sensitive to ultraviol,;t light (3'50 - 370 nm) in the presence of oxygen [14, 15, 16,] we tried to destroy them by ionizing radia;ton ~1 •.. .4 .~•; . y. ).S.• -. ~ acutrtoxicity and carcinogenic action.. ,. • undez different conditions. A preparation of crude aflatoxins was irradiated in dry state, then dissolved in chlosa~orm, v`ater, or buffer with various pH values. Finally, we grew selected strains of Aspergillus flavus on orearf and rice, and then irradiated the rnouldy, toxic products experimentally to simulate actual conditions as eJosely as possible. In alt these cases only aflatoxins B1 and G1 were estimated because they always form the lar;+est natural mixture of aflatoxins. On the other hand B 1 is the most important derivative due to its highly ~
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50253 0980 Bowen, IItlnlphrey John Moule. Radioactii•ation analysis, by H. J. Ai. Bowen and D. Gi' bons. Oxford, Clcirci,don Press, 1963. 205 p. illus. 24 cm. Bibllography: p. i2701-2S9. 1. Radioactivatton analfsis. i. Qlbbone, Davtd, Joint author. QDGOG.BG Library of Congress (0 545.8 63-6789 re ir04c2i
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' 50253 0966 , . . - - : , ... ....,. e f f Radio 23 He Hughes, Lmslic Brnest Charles Handbook of elcctronic enRineering. General editors: L. L. C. hugt:cs and K. W. Ho2lsr.d. With a foreward by Percy Lansheath. [°d ed., rev. knd ret+ct] Clevc3.and, CRC Yrc:o 119671 1532 p. i.21us. 19 cm. ~ . . _ - ..,.
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75 XI Wo ADVEKTISING/TOBAi:CO--ATiVERTISIi'G/,%'1DI0 BI:GADCASTIP:C--ADVERTIS?iJG/ TELEVIS IO::-ADVERTISING J RJR CLASS NO. PAIMPHLi:T- %S XI Wo Woodby, K. R. ; Smith, F. L. (Connors St. Coll., Warner, Okia.; North Tex. St. Univ., Div. Radio- TV-Fi1m, Tex., U. S.) 50253 097 THE CIGARETTE COI~`fERCIAL BAN : A PATTERN F OP. CHANGL. Quart. Jour. Speech 60 (No. 4) 431-41 (1974) (in Enolish) *1975, No. 5, W 1446* *d* Tobacco economics: 0 4 0 0 0 fi 1 0 6 1 3 J~/~
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50253 0975 REF ATJART)4/f•1iin'S 4mn/""1!3T'T, PRT7.F. TdTNNFRS/PRT7FS/nT.YMvTr GAMF tqT'~'*?FnS/ 0 PTR,TTLFR PRTTF WTurTFRR/ARCFITTF.CTT1PF A*m PT,ANNT*Tr AwAR') WIA1NFRS' •/ 151 ART--ATdARTI WTNYF'?C/Rn(WS--AW/!PT) 4?Tw'N?T*;!:/RAT)Tn ARn.AT1r.4ST7~Ir--/'1ti•1nT) T?TVh?F.R,~',/ St 'TFT,FVTSTnN--PRT'.r t•)TNNF.RS/Cn'JPnYS t TNnTA*•S/nnNnr/FASTTTo*r/SPnRTS--AtT4Rn wTNNF'i- 1977 ATTTnMnRTT,F PArTNr--A[.TARn 1•1T'+I`•T'RS/%ii'STr--.A61ART) WTATNF.RS/MTT.TTARV--4-JA.Rn VT~-.*TrRq/ T4nTTON PTf'TTTRFS/p}InTnGRAPHY/PnFTRY/SCTF'?rP--ATJATtn tdT**R'F,RSAdnMFN Stuart, Sandra Lee WHn WnN T-IHAT WHEN. A RECORD TinnR OF tJTNMFRS. Lyle Stuart Inc. Secaucua, N. T. 1977 0 4 0 0 0 6 2. 6 6 14
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. 50253 0981 - . / Bull. europ. Ph~sioparh. resp. CLINICAL~/~+FSPIRATORY 81 II Mo 1981, 17, 441-450 PNYS~OLOGY DOSES DELIVRtES AU COURS D'EXAMENS RADIOISOTOPIOUES DU POUMON A L'AIDE D'AtROSOLS RADIOACTIFS ABSORBED DOSES DURI RADIOISOTOPIC LUNG INVESTIGATIONS BY ADIOACTIVE AEROSOLS ~ P.G. Beau ', G. Gongora ", M. Roy " ABSTRACT : Pulmonary clearance after tagged insoluble aerosol inhalation is measured for diagnostical purpose on patients suffering from various lung diseases. A dosimetric study is performed comparing the three radioisotopes ("Au, "Cr, "'In) used for those examina• tions. For each of the thirty retained patients, the effective half-life is calculated by expo- nential fitting of the successive body retention values, measured by whole body counting, excluding however the earlier data related to tracheobronchial clearance and initial diges- tive deposition. The mean absorbed dose to the lung tissue is then obtained by using dosimetric factors tabulated for the considered organ and radioisotopes. The mean values of the data obtained are : 1.98 ± 0.89 cGy for 'p'Au. 0.05 ± 0.03 cGy for "Cr, and 0.41 -!- 0.23 cGy for "'In. The absorbed doses to the gastrointestinal tract and bone-marrow are calculated as well. The doses delivered by "'In and "Cr are small ; the first radioisotope is suitable for short-term studies. the second one for long-term studies according to the recom- mendations of the International Commission on Radiological Protection. Absorbed doses ; diagnosis ; optimization of exposure ; pulmonary clearance ; radioisotopes. n 0 4 0 fl 0 ()
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50253 0971 Radio broadcasting. A- Bender, James Frederick, 1J0:r NBC handbook of pronunciation. 2d ed., compilcrl for tho National Broadcasting Co.; foreword by Pat Kelly. New York, Crowell E19511 zii, 372 p. 2-4 cm. e 1. English language-Pronunctatlon. 2. Radio broadcasting. i. National Broadcasting Company, tnc. PE1137.B573 1951 421.5 51-205C Library of Congress ~ , ~r. .. ~ . . . . . , t52oz101
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, 50253 0984 .. 601 Pt. 2. ,,..WYfiACTIVE--CI4EW:i,'#'CS7- R :',1F ! S.~ .! V o Cotitents: Pt. 1. Physical Data. Pt. 2. Radio- active chemicals. .. .6 ~? 2 .j
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50253 0989 1 0 QD ~ 139 ~ Ca t Radioactive fallout. Cadle, Richard D Particles in the atmosphere and space (by, Richard D. Cadle. New York, Reinhold (1966, .lil, 22(3 p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references. ~ 1. Atmosphere. 2. Interstellar matter. i. Title. QC882.C3 551.5113 66-22808 ~.- Library of Congress t ._~131 ~ t3 Ca !~ ~ t '1. ti t> >~i ,-
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j s ~ ~; . . 50253 0978 't-~ ,7 A1 :i Itadlo Adg r::t4-s-3.n& 1h~reLus Lro e PsAD:(Q PAUS Iw:tz, S~Id', rGR ClitArt.r.;_mIZ. Jtll,y 1%--o 1, po Radio .;a;rexti:+3n{; £us:2xup IncQ 1•ret., York., T?, Y,. ~~ n n n r, ::.6 6
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50253 0990 ; 716 F QLOdL:.',."i C I " :.~V u%; Fowler. Eric B ed. Radioactive fallout, soil:, plants, foods, man, editeci by I.ric 13. Fowler. ltusterdam, New York,.1•a:evier Pub. Co.. 1065. 317 p. illus. 23 cm. "UnIversity of California, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory (con- tract W-7a(k5-bJN(:-31i) lus Alatuos, New Jlesico." Includes bililiographies. 4 I 1. Radionctlce fallout. 2. Rndionctive contAmination of food. 3. Soils, Radioactive substances in. r. U. S. Sclenti6c I aborutory-. Los Alamos, X .11. 11. Title. T1571.R ;FGS C) 57-1.191 65-138J f Library of Congress t7-1i ..'
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50253 0957 .~s.a..a~.....z'v.~....+..._...~....r:.:z...~...._...~..~......~.r.~~~r....~.~...,...r,...~_.,e..r~ .~_.. .... Radicals (chemistry)--kearrangements , Nr!. 29 Jou:n2l of Polyncr Scieuce, Pt. C Polymer Syrapoaia, No. 2, 9, 10, 11, 1?., 7.3, 1965-67 Intarociecce (tailey) Idav York F _. . . . . . . _ . .. . ' ' F ~ .. ~ <1 0 (l 0 0 . 24. -A 5 . 9 6:. ;
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50253 0985 • , ' `' kUM P~IOSY1(OF~U~ x~4D The Toxicology of radienctive substances. Edited by A. A Letavet tandl E. B. Kurlyand:,kaya. Translation edited b_ Elizabeth Lloyd. New 1 ork, Pergamon Press,19G2- .y-v. lllus., diagrs., tables. 25 cm. 4 Transiation of Alarepuanu no TOKCHXO.TOrHH pa.111odKTHBHNC Be utecra (transliterated: Materialy ho toksikologii radloak*.ivnyk] veshcbestv) Includes biblioe aphies. CoN'TF:vzs.-v. 1. Strontium, cnesium, ruthenium, radon. I~ Radioactive cobalt, sodium, phosphorus s R.ldioactive substances-Tostcologys i. Letavet, A. A., ed ir, liurlf3ndskail, AJ. B., ed. RA12' 1.R2M333 Library of Coneress 612.01448 61-97t3;
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50253 0988 l <6C RaC.iCic^.cLivEi fFa:.].Ol:.. 770 A Adwms„ Jc::n Ae S. (edp ) T"v IjAnra^•.AL WOLTUO'i EYMMOP. 1964 11069 Ppe W1aiem.•!2rch Ric3 Uni.varsity Cbica3O n 4 0 n 0 rs 2. i'
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50253 0977 L 78 XI qd1-81 S.P, rr~C,rz~~-• 4~``.~,7 1r/ i9G'I1 ~~O1Q~~ ~6„JAYIlf ~~ g'~(~ ~ / /V/ O/rom WILLIAM CAYTON, Cayton Inc., New York. , . Radio copy-testing brings out the sweet smell of ^~success.~ :~ The proliferation of radio sets, par- ticularly transistors, is spurring a re- surgence of interest in the medium and many of our clients, who have been primarily TV advertisers, are begin- ning to have second thoughts about the potential of modern AM-FM. The plus factors of radio in 1967, we have found, are an audience larger than is obvious on the surface and the opportunity to make creative commer- cials that sell and can tbe copy,tfste~ satisfactorih Strangely Z for unique aural presentations but is an excellent medium for copy test- ing-still one of the most important yardsticks in determining the relative impact of your advertising approach. Copy testing traditionally has been wrapped up in split-run magazine or newspaper schedules. Television in its earlier days was an excellent medium too. But TV tirno 6aa become pro- hibitively expensive and one doesn't use derr eggs) in Ary ir orr~eletJ~ecipes. r}iow' • t's i ustrate with this campaign was ri2tinn for Seth and the dream sequence approach in the second market pair. The Comparlsoa a The scientific came out just slightly the better of the two. Advertising cost per .ute came. to $1.50 for the dream 'series, $1.35 for the scientific. These costs of course were not exces- sive, but not particularly conducive to moving the campaign into major mar- kets throughout the countrry. Then the agency thought of testing a combina- tion of the two approaches to see whether one would reinforce the other or confuse listeners. ..... ...,- s.-
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75 VIII i:I:-79 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAIMA'li1.ET 75 VIiI Re - 79S.P. ..-.,.t,;_.. , . . _ . o 5ta~ion`'~1ACtBoston, Massachuetts, U. S. "SELF-EXTINGUISHING CIGARETTES." 50253 0979 Radio Station WNAC, 1979 2pp. (May 24, 1979) - in English 'At news conferences held across the country today, fire, health •al)d safety officials called for public support in a i campaign to make the. tobacco industri: produce a safer cigarette. Statistics show that the danger of cancer is not the only cause 'of death -- but also tragic fires caused by cigarc-tfes which have continued to burn after careless dislosal1 ------,_.-_ - - -- Q~~ ~) (? tl fi ._' ~ b I~
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50253 0987 RE F QD 151 Gm 1972 0 TRAtdSURANIUM ELEMENTS/ RADIOACTIVE ELEMENTS/,~ ; 'Gmelin5 Handbuch : der anorganischen Chernie Supplement to eighth edition >. Erganzungswerk zur achten Auilape Tramsurane . . !-;& - J , r. . . . . Part C +- Teil C: Die Verbindungen ;~ System•Nummer 73 . ., .s•r _. l . .. . . , . - IEGRONDET VON J .: Leopold Gmelin VEfiLAG CHEMIE-GMBH-WEINHEIM/BERGSTRASSE-1972 n ~ ~j ' E1 7 fi } n ri . - -T-..-,.. . . .r
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50253 0991 ; QC 776 F Radioactive fRl.lout-•Aicti.onarics. Fcwlor, Eric B. (ed.) Rad4ceacx!va Fa1loatc, soila, pLuats, foods, raan, cditcd by Eric B. Fowier. Arasccrdssa, New Yorks iarsevier Pub. Co., 1965. 317 p. Lllua. 23 cm. "Uaivcr--ity of Cs1iFo:raia, Loa !ll,.:"s Scientific L: boratory (Ccotxrct W--7405dEZ.:r,- 35) Loa .91r:raos, Cew rlc~xicu." ,. , o ri :% . () 6 3 n -. ~.
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50253 0993 , ~ :. ~ ?'Af =:NMg&I &i.#Amamma!n 776 F Fowler, Eric B ed. Radioactive fallout, soil::, plants, foods, man, edited b; i Eric Ii. Fowler. Amsterdam, New York, F.lce~•ier Pub. Co. 1965. . 317 p. tllus. 23 cm. "University of Californta, Los Alanlos Scienti8c Laboratory (con tract W-7a0:~-1•7\G ,i(i) r.os al,unos, New Mexico." Inclucles bibliographies. 1. Radlonctive fallout. 2. Radioactive contaminatlon of food. 3 • Soiis, Radionctive substances in. i. L. S. Scientific Laiwrator; Los Alamos, N. 31. II. Title. T1571.It3F68 f ~"1 574.19t 65--13St1i Library of Congress ~ o 4 (1
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; VZI 50253 0994 j.' 1 P,as 1 RavoA )~. RI1.7ICuhi sJL S3W,"RAHLJi u iId D'~.d Tl.;3A;:,• F'TZ C:AO I;G. (P,udioactivo Irrcdiatiou and tobacco M.c.zi-^„h ~ a r©viov. ) , pt:oCos-tt f'rcmr Mabak•'Lr ,ituNr, ~~ (T;o, 2~Z~ 10 (P1;p 20, ISa'~~
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0 50253 0998 I CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL AND THEORETICAL/ NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE/FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPYj ELECTROPHORESIS/AUTORADIOGRAPHY/DIALYSIS/FILTRATION/ BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY--TECHNIQUEp(BSORPTION SPECTROSCOPI MOLECULAR BIOLOGY/ELECTRON :MICROSCOPY/ RADIOACTIVE LABELLING & COUNTING/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS/SEDIMENTATION/SPECTROSCOPY/ QP 521 Fr 1976 P/iysicaj B1 UC'jlC'ml stj'y Af%lie•n/iuus to 13iuc/rr»tislrl' rrnd .11o1e•rrJar Riulu,>> ~~. tt. FRt:F:MAX ANn Ce).\fP:\'\,l Al 0 4 () n 0 () > DA i71) I'RF,II'I:LD1:R R,,,,,,Gi, e n,,.l"n
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50253 1011 TOBACCO--SMOKE--RAIDIOACTIVITY/ TOBACCO-TLEAD/TBBACCO--POLONIUM 21 I MeA2 -81 LITERATURE SEARCH S.P. RADIOACTIVE TRACER AND (TOBACCO OR CIGARETTE SMOKE)
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~ RC 50253 1000 { 262 ~~;oT.~ ~Tf~r_ nucr.ra ~ tiY iG.:a..'JIl ~ iit:'}~S ti w5 . "n•l•,•.. a.~ •:?: 3,•~.~ _ ...:.~..~:.;~~..:_:,. `~ Li.1f.4:d'~f:J.ArJ ti:. 4iPew.i.LJ1.SY~ .~J.S.lv~ ~/f ty~ /~~ y~ ~OVKi^v•~ n~~t 1a~i ) a.rV • ~~/ 35:7 55 Pagoa SjJ» f.27~y:~.r"VE3'~ o cc n 0 .,? . 6. 6
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50253 1002 , ~ ~ wC aadia;.cti-ti c scurces• ~ 776 a A ACd3!IISp Jok11 li. $a (edo ) M 2~-~''~tE1L Rr1)2i:1 41CY ~~JIRQ~x~'a T. 1964 i:o64 np. WiJ.Liam r~rF~ P,ice tJniversity CY~J.cazo 0
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50253 0995 , IV Ral DZJ.~"i.'.~~'C`i~F fmaSlS. R?v.i,~•:+.Ji, l'd.. 1,96 5 -11n PT:o Whii:e'}•ii:::.3 ?Y'Cr'f3 Lt.ao Ioz1flOn 0
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50253 1012 aadioactive tracers see 2 / s o Radicisotope:. 0 0 11 () il () 0 2. i) f-) ~; I
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50253 1013 TOBACCO--SMOKE--INSECTICIDES/ RADIOACTIVE TRACEP,S/ X Me10-76 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET X Me10-76 s.p. S.P. I SMOKE. *Keywords:* carbaryl, radioactive, tobacco, additive; Atallah, Y. H.; Dorough, H. tiW.; Thorstenson, J. H. (Univ. Ky., Dep. Entonol., Lexington, Ky., U. S.) NATURE AND FATE OF INSECTICIDE RESIDUES INHALED BY RATS IN CIGARETTE ~.., • . Drug Metaboli9n Disposition 3 (No. 6) 513-99 (1975) (in English) carbofuran, radioactive, tobacco, additive; parathion, radioactive, tobacco, additive; laptophos, radioactive, tobacco, additive; . - DDT, radioactive, tobacco, additive. ~ U~ 0 n n 0 2 6 69
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50253 0996 a "T! . I.--.. Vn. 7sL/"r. W 1i~ U. S. Z1rr yonne lYational T,oboratory, Ckicayo. A conference on radioactive isotopes in agriculture; hc•1•. on January 12, 13 and 14, 1950, nt Michigan State Univer sity, East Lansiny, Michigan. Sponsored by tho CoUnc; of Pttrticipatin; Institutions of Arhonno \TRtional Lnbora tory. Washington, U. S. Atomic Energy Conimission t10;,6 vi, 416 p. illus., tables. 26 cm. (U. S. Atomic Energy Commis slon. Tlll'i512) Includes bibliographies. 1. Biological research. 2. Agricultural research. 3. Rsdiosct[v tracers. z. Title. iI. Title: Radioactive Isotopes In agricuiturc ( Series ) QC770.UG3 no.7512.' y 630.72 57-C113 -_~ Library of Congress 1531c51 ° i r . -• ~, i7 f l n f l .~ ~) S
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SEPARATIGN AND PURIFICATION/SEDIt?EPt"TATION/CKYSTALLIZATION/FsLTFATIO`7/CENTRIFUGATION/ GASES/AIF/k'ATER/ICE/REFP.IGF.RATION/1IYDROGEN PEROXIDE/HALOGEN COMPOu:IPS/SLR.FUR COMPOL'NDS/ SELENIL~"? COMff'OUNDS/TELLURIUM COAtPOUtiDS/NITROGEN--PHOSPHOROUS GROUP/ALKALI rETALS/ ALKALINE EARTH METALS /METAL CO"IPOLn1DS /BORON-ALU"iIi1UM GROUP / RARE EARTH ;1F.TALS / CARBON CO?POUNDS/LUMINESCENT MATERIALS/b:NIT OPERATIONS/RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES/ REF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY: AN ENCYCLOPEDIC TREAT*TNT. 'TP The Economic Application of Modern Technological Developments Based upon 9 a work originally devised by the late Dr. J. F, van Oss. ~ General Editor: T.J.W. van Thoor 1968 ,VOLUME 1: AIR, WATER, INORGANIC CHEMICALS AND NUCLEONICS-1968 qy.s Barnes & Noble Books ( A division of Harper & Row Publishers, Inc.) New York ,....~..:.. - 0 1 () (I f) 0 .; LS A =i .1 . ~.,..,..._.....~....,,~.,....._.,.~...~. ----~...._..... .. __~ , .. _ ~ _T_ _..•.. .- ...,~.-..~..~ . 50253 1005
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50253 1006 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTii/CARBON PtONOXIDE/TOXICOLO(.Y--COrM RCIAL PRODUCTS/CONSUMERI! PESTICIDES--ENVIRONHENTAL FACTORS/DIELDP.IN/NITROSAMINES/LEAD/DDT/TEF.ATOGENS/ MUTAGENS/ASBESTOS/RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES/PHOSPHOROUS COPiPOUNDS, ORGANIC:/ SULFUR DIOXIDE/NITROGEN OXIDES/INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY/ ~ . i RA : Environmental Quality Ed.lorj. ~ 576 Co: y ~ Frcdcridc Coulnon, Albany, N. Y. 1974 an Sa ety Global Aspects of Chemistry, Toxicology and Technology as Applied to the Environment .~ VoL3 1974 Fricdhcfm Kortc, Munich Gcorg Thicn-.c Publishers, $tut rg-= Acadcmic Press, Inc., Ncw York. N.Y. A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace jovanovi6, Publishers 1% 4 a n (l ~! > G 6 - 4 5
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50253 1003 i ~ QD 601 ' A ~ 4 AAdioactive EourcPa, Pt. 1)) .•F..,e ~VEi.1d :iS1 1. itt`::O Cor.Cents: Pt. 1. Physical Data. Pt. 2. Radic- active Chemicals. ~ . . . i~ _ . . . . , . c ia .o n fl n
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0 50253 0997 f 81 VII Sp TOBACCO--TISSUE CULTURE! RADIOACTIVE.LABELLINO/.. .. . { RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VII Sp I Sparks, R. B., Jr.; Dale, R. M.K. (Conn. Agr. Exp. Sta., Dep. Biochem. Genet., New Haven, CT.; Yale Univ., I Dep. Biol., New Haven, CT., U.3S.) , CHARACTERIZATION OF H-IA BELED SUPERCOILED MITOCHONDRIAL DNA FROM TOBACCO ~ SUSPENSION CULTURE CELLS. e t 180 351-55 (1980) (in En 1iah) ' M 1 ec G G e o i . . n. . , p. g e n ~ *Keywords:* DNA,,green, constituent. 3 We describe the purification and characterization of H-thymidine ~ labeled supercoiled and open-circular mtDNA from tobacco suspension culture ~ cells. We find 2ir,gu1fr a9DN¢1mqlecytlei6of,~heffrqtenous size classes of 0.5 to 42 nm tn lPnQth.... r"
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° 50253 1018 RADIOACTIVE W STE/ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING/ RADIOACTIVITY--MEASURMENT/ WATER--ANALYSIS/ , QC 771 Am 1980 EFFLUENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL IRADIATION 5lJRVEILLANCE mposium A s AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATE 4S1M y s onsored b ASTM P Y RIALS Committee D-22 on Methods 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia. Pa. 19103 of Sampling and Analysis . ~ ~ of Atmospheres and Committee D-19 on Water ( L - ~1 ~~f A t) c1 r) r; ~,). 6 6 AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS Johnson, Vt., 9-14 July 1978 ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 698 J. J. Kelly, Power Authority of the State of New York, editor
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50253 1015 3 peugcunon Itr©aa ~ Radioactive Tracers QD 98 Go Gogsuch, a. T. T2iE nE&TRUOTECY 09 ORGAaIO t.4TTER (IntoznaE{oru31 Szxiea of 2•.onagraghe in ;.nalytical Ct;miaC:y, Vol. 39) 1970 152 Pagea tlew York 6 0 4 0 (1 0 (•1 9.. 6 6 S
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50253 0999 ! .,knd imc;.1 ~n seci~-Control, t, H. L, Hailer. U S. Argonne Nation.al Laboratory, Chicago. A conference on radioactive isotopes in agriculture; hei -on January 12, 13 and 14, 1956, at Michigan State Unive; sity, East Lnnsing , 'Michigan. Sponsored by the Counc of Participating Institutions of Argonne National Laboi; tory. SVashinRton, U. S. Atomic Energy Commission t195( vi, 416 p. illue., tables. 26 cm. (U. S. Atomic Enerby Comnii slon. TID 7512) (Reprint availeble) Includes bibliographies. ` 1. I3iological researeh. 2. Agricultural research. 3. Radioacti, tracers. r. Title. ir. Title: ltadioactive Isotopes Iu agricuitur (Series) ~ QC7 i 0.U63 no. 7512.~.) 630.72 57-G ] 13 Library of Congress t58k5l ......., q...~,.*.,.,~..-., . ey ~i i ` 0 4 0 n fl (A 2
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50253 0986 I ~ Kef~ ~i TP v. 17 - Radio~~i~a .~u~a*~eaa~:Trac~rs~s.tsar,, ] 9 ~SlfR~SCOMIt1CLOY8' L"J~: *. ~i En F.ncvc7.opedia of chenical techaolc+Py, e3ited by PK3yraond E. Kirk tnd Aonald F. Qthmer.. Asaiotant cd+tors: Janct D. Scott and !~_^,r?tvn,' , c«.,n~f..n• w °..'"a u :d. ..":. 1V .,...~ °.,~."1h. ..~.. , Intc:sicence Encyclopedia, inc. 1yU3- ~~ . ~7 v. i11us. 27 cm. Includes bibliographies.
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TS 2240 Ma 1965 rnglish) .4 , -f 50253 1001 DIS`:I:R7 ATIO,:S---U:: -F `,'r?:SITY hY 'IrrlNrS* '•:7C11T7--PI'P,';'-9ACOLO(;`_ / hTI.^,tl'i'TN, L''--i4F.TA':Cii.IS:?/:ITC(1TIiJ- , LAL'k:Li...`1j . ^ !, iCOTI.yi:--I3IuSY,,Ti,,:S I5 % R-iP. CLASS NO. TE';i.0,-)1: TS 2:!40 Ma 196:i Makkr, A. M. M. (Univ. tdir.n., :•iinncapo].is, ;;inn., L. S. ) :.._ ,. : . . _. hA1)IOACTIVE hICOTINE, BIOSYN'FHESIS, TOaTCITY AND METABOLIS~f L'niv. ,lirtn. , Ph. D. Tttesis, 'Mi.nu,>~:Tolis, Minn. , 106 p. '(Dec. 1965) (in ; ' I)r and larEo, it a}p-ared that livo r:osqjito 1ar:ae I ~ cm c: o tld tol • t f1 1 1 1 f i th t i ti i , a a.•pe_i cc ow evo o n co no n o .2 ~ a ' to tho larvao. It was r:!to,m that tho amount of nicotino ! L I bo9los. Ans slight cxc^ss of nicotino could causc dcath reeovorcd froat live larvro Nas nl:Yays lou indlcat:nC that 11vo larvae could not tolorato largo anounts of nicotine. ~ ~ . This raght cx:ulain the oxtra toxic offoct ereattd L;/ the i r;ory loct ratie of radioactivo nicotino molocu:os. Tho , sy-rori;istic toxfc cffu.;t of 1nl,o1?c.'. nicotir.o shoacd 7_ .) -_ 4 --> As .,
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per.j!au~.! rjT,s-`wxd,i "d Zti C?v rinf "Ci,Pcv z " vrGe'.:j 4:TGaq m-;~'r• !~ c;a~ a~:n.I 3scrL,,~y ~..a ~;apu~..:I p u ~Tr0 11x•~z;aM '3 psir ''CGSI ~tayit rlr1' VVi J1A "I~~ ~" .~`t~d". . -".'7ww- RM~5t'T, 't - rnr Z660 £SZOS
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50253 1010 AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/AEROSOLS--TOXICOLOGY/INHALATION TOXICOLOGY/ LUNGS--PHYSIOPATHOLOGY/RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES--Tnxtr.ninGYi CANCER--CAUSATIQN/SMQKING AND HEALTH/" TOBACCO-=SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ RC 756 Sa 1980 Pulmonary Toxicology of Respirable Particles CONF•791002 Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual Hanford Life Sciences Symposium at R chland, Wash ngton, October 22-24, 1979 Sponsored by Off ce of Health and Environmental Research Ass stant Secretary for Environment U. S. Department of Energy and Pacific Northwest Laboratories Battelle Memor al Institute Editors Charles L. Sanders Fredrick T. Cross Gerald E. Dagle Judith Ann Mahaffey Pacific Northt~est Lahor,itor 1980 Published by Technical Information Cer ter U. S. Department of Ene,gy ° 0 4 0 (l I(l r j :~ . G 6 4 9
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50253 1020 , 1 QC 776 U P.adioactive c:aste---Bialogicai trcatn:ent. Stt•Aub, Conrad P. LOW--Y,CviL Rt.UZOACTZJ$ k'hSi'3S -- i7.Ir7R i?,~s^J';. TRr.A•1';i,;",ri", AND nZSPOSM.. 1964 430 p. U. S. Atotnic Mrs,y Cr,mmiKS-0on, I;i;•. Tec:,, Xnxor;*attor. Oak :auy, rer,n. 0 • .. ~_, .. _ . 0 4 0 0 0 Ci ;,-). 6 6 L-;
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50253 1017 - . - I P.ad3uncLf.e tr~cers--Con~resseG Ath'ances in tracer methodology. v.4*:- New York, Distributed by Plenum Press t19G3-~ `7 v. l l l us., d i n g rs. 24 c1n. "A publication of the New England Nuclear Corpocatiou." Vois. 1- are the Proccedings of the 5th- ``Tmly`alum o: Advances In Tractir Methodology, spon.Qored by the New BoKlau- Nuclear f`~rp. and other Industrial oroanizations; v. 1 also Includi•d iselected papers from the first four symposia (185T-80) Includes bibliography. 1. Tritlum--Congressea. 2. Radioactive tracers-Congresses. i. New England Nuclear Corporation, I3oston. TK9•100.A3 541.388 62-1347 Library of Congress 0 163f51 ., - ....~.. +~:.~~.a..~-r . ul ~~ () tl (3 A . /I
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.: - . . ! 81. VT Co !I TOBACCO--TISSUE,CULTURE/ RADIOACTIVE TRACERS/ TOBACCO--NUCLEIC ACIDS/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VI Co Cooke, R.; Meyer, Y. (Univ. Perpignan, Physiol. Vegetale Lab, Fr.) 50253 1014 11 - AORMONAL CONTROL OF TOBACCO PROI'OPIAST NUCLEIC ACID METABOLISM DURING ~. INVITRO CULTURE. : Planta 152, 1 T(1981) (in English) ~ tS.eyvords:*•RNA, cured, constituent; " : proteins, green, constituent; ~ ` RNA, green, constituent. Tobacco mesophyll protoplasts cultivated in vitro do not synthesize ;` a measurable quantity of chloroplastic ribosomal R.NA, but actively synthesize 1 cytoplasmic ribosomal RNA, polyadenylated RNA, and proteins. These syntheses ( are essentially independent of the presence of hormones in the culture medium and are thus related to the ageing phenomenon induced by isolation from the plant and in-vitro culture. At all stages of culture and in all culture t~ rl ~ n ~~~ :j h 6 53
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50253 0982 1~'K1.'tfarY~GGS[aiLr~?'~i5:[wilt.w'.r..+~KSct,Cr.c:..:-r.vJ'R+i'ss::'.`i..Ai3uC~'ak.lCrti.i!ws~ U' "1 Eine t/erdampfungsapparatur zur ffcrstefhuiig rauiuakiiver Aerosofe SP. V /f M P W h aong en o usc . r Sl • iondwngu.ntrum dn OSGAE, Wien ' Aa ., Iusommenlossung Am Institut fur Biologie des osterreichlschen Forschungs- zentrums in Seibarsdorf loult cine Studie irbnr dos Verl:o.'ten inholierter rcdiooktiver Acro:o(c im Orgonismus von Zwerg- schweinen. In der vorlicgcnden itrbcif wird der dobai ver- riendefe Acrosolgcnerofor beschricben, mittels dcsscn die fur die Beotmung dieser iierc benotigten Aerosol•Lulf-Ge- mische hcrgestellf werden. Der wcscntlichste Tcil dicses Generators isf ein Gosbrenner zur Verdomphmg bestrohltcr UO; Pcllcts. Abehect .. ~.~~V) dos Vcrdompfungsgut um so mehr $drw•icrigkeilcn. Dos Houplproblcm war dobei, dot3 proktisch olle verw::ndboren Moleriolien cine niedrigere Verdompfungslemperatur ouf- wiesen ols UronoziJ. Schlicf}tich bewohrle sich bei diesen Boutciten die Verwendung von Kup(er und Mrasir.g, boi denen Wormcleilvermoe+en und Warrncspcichcrkopozi!i;l :o put sind, dof5 Beschodigun{ten rlieser Tei:e nuch oei eincli:n- diger Bctricbsdoucr des Acrosolgenerotors durch zu hohv TCmpcroturen nicht oul7retan. hn Foile der 9renncrJiiscn muflrc jodoch noch durch cinc scitlich cinwirk!~ndc Lu(Ikuh- lung fur einc optimole Wormeubgobo gesorgt werJen, do An eere.ole ycnerorer./or predocGon ef roriiecari.e eern.eles by ..ao• diese leichl verzundern, wonoch keine Fokussierung der Bren- eretinR.ranirm nerflommo bzw. kein 1/crdornpfcn von UO: mc5r mogGch i:t. ~~r t ,!~ AI the 1ml~rure:-r.p for 6,olopy of the Aurrr;on Reteordr Center ot Seibondorf BCi der Entviieklung der BrCnnCrJusC:r wor ouch die Ermi:t• ~:
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„l'SPir~TO„~ ie •q -c A ~ G T~~iFFCPryt;~IiIt7AGTIVF. SUBSTANCES-- :O•°.ICOLOGY/ WORIO•(Elti'S COt•IPENSATIO?!/ 'i'ORACCO ~-NI?ALTE~ OCCUI'i%TrON7+I: liT-S1:ASn%CA'.1?iTY?~f /CAIZTION 1IOti'OXIDF/SELENIUM/ HYDROCAR30:'S--TOXICOLOCY / DUSTS--INDLISTP.IAL AND EiJVIRON"ff:NTAI, ASPECTS/ENVIROA^M_rNTAL HEALTII/ARO''G1TIC IiYDROCARB0';; TOXICOLOGY/LU"iGS--DISEAS1-"S/l)ISEASES, OCC.UPATIONAL/ARSENIC--TOXICOLOGY/I'nCOTOXINS/ PESTICIDES--TOXICOLOCY/CiIHAtICALS--TOXICULOGY/P;ETALS/PLASTICS--TOXICOLOGY/ RA 579 Ha 1974 Alice Hamilton, M.D. Late Assistant Professor Fmerita of Industrial Medicine, Harvard School of Public Healch, Boston, Ntassachusetts THIRD EDITION Harriet L. IIardy M.D. F.A C P • .I t INDUSTRIAL TOXICOLOGY C7inical Professor of Occupational Medicine. Department of Preventive lv:edidne, Han•ard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts PUBLISHING SCIENCES GROUP, INC. etts e• Massachusetts Acton, a subsidiary of CHC Corporation .....s.- .....r-~.... 50253 1009
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50253 1022 I r QC 776 U .Radioactive waste--Conposition. :;traub, Conrad P. LO'•d-LI;'7~3I. RADIOACTIVE WASTES - Tax'xR FiMLI?iG, TREATNE'7T, AND llrSPGSAL. 1964 430 p. U. S. Atczaic Energy Cc;=issi:on, Div. Tech. Inforrr:ation Oak Ridge, Ter.n. 0 6 6 r~ t.
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•_;.__~ _._..... ~. __......:.._ . 5U253 1004 melin F-{ana,,)ueh . •. ' . .... . ..•'.'•.•::. .~:~.3l aI0~1(:TIVE SOtIkCE~/RADIOCHEi.~ . f~~TftYj cier /-\nor-ganisehen Chemle Leopold Ct•.telin i ErgEntunswork sur achton Au(lage eend7b Vol. 7 b, supplement to 8th edition: 1 Cans u~ C~"r~e TKAN il1:ANIL~: ELE''iT:NT~ ~ a sor.nper.Ve:laq 1'*1rA1,0: Die Elements Berlin • Heidelberg • Hew Yo•t "s-t 1TE ELE, fENTS / ' ,nit as Fiysen . / .I l Wn G"unter Koch tuutserrert DItses taxoES . JosE Ft. Akxso. Reinhard von Ammon. John E. Bigelow. Raymond E. Blanc0. Jack L Crsndall. Hans R. IAIe. Gun:ar Koch. Karl- Dieter Kutet It. Alwyn C. McKay. Clerek Scargill, Knut S=hetfler. • Jean J. S:lcncts. Ylilli Theis. Victor C. A. Vauphen. Annur G. Wain. Gerhsrd K. Wolf Rta.tcttua otcsu, elu+ots Kad-Ctuist:m Buschbeck. Gm4tin•Institut (Frankfurt am Main) 0 rb~,`•~mit m ~rnfvrschunqsientrum Karlsruhe. . edt Unt,,s ~ ng~duch Icn F.3 :ds dcr Chcmie
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50253 1008 t Radioactive substances--Toxicology 'fFpF OF' }2AD'LCr.wF~VF: SU:,S:1•,!`cG::S: E,:i' :ed 5y A: Ac L•,tavet CE!:Id] i:~ 13•_ K•t:ri,n-td!I,i<aya. Transliitfon EdMr-1 by :?lfrct.r_~h Llo,od, Nex Yo•Lka rrcos, :9 62 - v.: ! 1. itss~ ~ dtagxs.., ta'aies~ 25 -Cut. Tr.vitelF'erG:~3a: ~~aterisniy po tokaiko?.osiS radaoe'<.tg;tr~b:a w:3h:aeNm Lnpludps Mnllogxspttlzs., r.ontE'3Tts: 1' Sr%ro:1 :i;A+x1p ci:C'.J1:`'•J !Ce:~il'c SeUwa Yt'V''v1 2. FcJfo::_;~Itie pttosphu.'» aod s;0- V
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V7dA "tt L'a?:3~:ii sszGd CLV 6961 aa:ejsqv~+'T -0 zas ptri rz:tslo •.4 -~Cou=g Rr3 'NWts~il TSoIL'~~7J:~i::( i0 Su~,iIo::":.r~ ~~: ~FtL!.Iv~ ~T:Llat®~a~ luaraVeuUjj--~a,cYpI aAfau4oTpU2i TJ '_ ~bL EZOL ESZOS Ob
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"iaar~avvwJ.r~sTPw~w•aw~.~w~- 50 25 3 1016 a. • j -BFL EIf dC0~tP0UNDS `•RADIOACTI VE TRACi:F.S / f ' ,rIESL,,ORGAwIC k QUINO"iES/SYVT C}IEX4ISTRY SYNTI{EC -- RAhIOIS4TChI:S-:.~?BCA:1~G_ r THE.C.`iET~{ISTRY OF f UNCTIONAL GROUPS . ar.;~ ~...A t it series ojadrarrced trcatises' irr ~7cr the gencrul cditorship of t 1 ; ProjessorScr1 dPolaf ; _ vs.-_ _ ,a Edited b t - ~ ; SAUL PATA[ The I[[~YYY ~i. e Hebrew University, lerusale G An Intcrscterut a Publication ;L Vois. : PART 1 & 2 C`_-- E ! ~uin.A.-®ld compoupas 1974 JOHN WILEY & SONS LONDON - NEW YORK - SYDNEY - TORO1iOi
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I 3U253 1024 ' Tll Ro 897 Redioactive •dast-e-ManagQfnent Roea, R. D. 7NDL'STR1Z .i1.L [dASI'E DISF8Sifi1L 1968 340 Pnge3 Reizt.`!old EooC CorporattQn I?ea York 4 0 4 n n n r . f6 6 •;
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50253 1007 t ;100 ~ Ij ~ lk~r'4ioactiva suest~,ncos-~t;~na.~;~c~:a. hTar.n, 'iVilf red Basil. . Praparation, inai,itenance, and application of standaid of radioactivity tby, 11% B. D.tann and Ii. II. Seliger. 1i a: i. ivb on, LT. S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Stand ards,1058. iv, 47 p. t11us. 26 cm. (U. S. National BurenL ot Stanflards Circular 5'34) Btbllograpbp t p. 42-47. ^-- CopY2. .} QCiL'J.bL^.4 LibrEry ot Congress 1101 1. Itadioactlve substances--Standarc?s. 2. Radtoacttvltr-3kfeNsnrc ment. i. Seliger, Hotivard Harold, 1n24-- jolet author. u. Titl. (Series) QC10O.U555 no.5D4.--~ *53!1.752 58-G13-1+ ' 01 4 t~ 0 0 0 > . 6 6 /1 ~'T'
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50253 1028 . 2 • .. Radioactiva waste disposa7. . v• Advances in cheinical engincPring. Now York, Academic Press, 195fi-- v. lilus., diagrs., tables. 24 cm. Ed itors : v. 1- T. B. Drew, J. W. Hoopes. 1. Chemical engineering. r. Drew, Thomar Bradford, 1:'02- ed. TP145..ti4 (~ 660.28 SG--GC00 rc~ Library of Congress ` -~~ (r57v=19j 0 0 4 C) fl (1 0 > a6 6 7
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50253 1021 QC 776 Radioactive waste--ChEm:.ca1 treatment. u Straub, Conc«*2 P. Lojz-Uz-4-T, r.: ~zo.;;,~rZVS s _ ~~x ~j~~d~ urti~.. T't1.crlTtd~?t~T, I~.IdD BZSPOSAL. 1964 430 p. o....~: tJ. S. Atomic Energy Corr"iRs2on, Div. Tech. xnforr::atfon Oak Ridge, ienn.
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r.S.D1:I'n2:iFF:+`I OF U.S.1:}:PAItZT•1°NT OF THE AkYf/U.S.D77 PART'*,F:YT OF THE ?IAVY/U.S.TEPA.'tT`ENT OF THE AIR FORCE/ U.S.LIEPART~f=:1~'T OF JL'STICE%v.S.DENAR:°.1ENT OF THE I:7T„''RIOR/U.c.DEPAT~T2L.°'•`1T OF TRANSP^RT1:iI0:J/ U.S.DEPARTTR:`IT OF AGRICULTURE/U.S.DEPARTME"tT OF COMILERCF./U.S.DEPDJ.tT"iE:IT 0T LABOR/ U.S.DEFARTFiVNT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELPA.RE/DISTRICT OF COLU;4BIA SEE,~JrISHINGTON, D.C., U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND UiiBtC1 DEVELOP`tENT/I*ITEFrVATIO:7AL ORGANIZATIONS/U.S.PRESS/ EUROPEAN ORGAiiIZATIOIS/UUeI'1'ED NATIO'JS OF.GA.'~1I7.ATIONS/ItifEF.-APtERTCAN ORGA:tIZATIONS; "JOIN'r ORCANIZATIONS"/ORGA;iIZATION OF A?G;RICAN STl+PES/PAN-A.`LFRICA.*! ORGANIZATIONS/ FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES AND FOREIGN CONSULAR OFFICES/COVGRESSIO*TAL DISTRICTS/ II.S.DIPL05iATIC AND CONSULAR oFFICES/U.S.OFFICE OF MANAGEt!ENT AND BUDGET/TELEVISION. U:S.COUt:CIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISOPS/U.S.NATI0,IAL SECURITY CO0CIL/U.S.DOl4ESTIC COUNCIL/ U.S.CENTRAL I:iTELL.T.GENCE AGENCY/U.S.OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY/NETr'SPA?EFS/EHBASSIES/ U.S.OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR TRADE `fEGOTIATIONS/U.S.FEDERAL ENERGY OFFICE/ U,S.FEDERAL PROPERTY COL'VCIL/U.S.COUNCIL ON ECC'.JO:fIC POLICY/U.S.COUNCIL G.J ECONOMIC POLICY, U.S.COUNCIL ON ENOIROC;"tv'.7TAL QUALITY/U.S.OFF'CE OF TE:.ECOP1MU2iICATIONS POLICY/ U.S.COUNCIL ON INTERyATIOIr'AL ECONOPRC POLICY/U.S.OFFICE OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS/ U.S.SPECIAL ACTION OFFICE FOR DRUG ABUSE PREVENTIOY/U.S.CO%IGRESS--DIRECTORIES/ DIRECTORIES--U.S. CONGRESS/WpSHINGTON, D.C. see also DISTRICT OF COLU'iBIA/ 14 QF 1974 CFFICL~.L ~;,.. CongrssioiiaI UNITED STA7ES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFflCE MASHINGTON;J974*i " h ^ 0 rd Congress 93 flecJr"j ~~ ..w.A lanuary 21, 1974 2nd Session atenal DacamOart2.197 3 U.S. CONCRESS,.93rd, 2nd Session.
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50253 1026 . I QC 1 776 U Radfoacrtve waste--Sources. Straub, Cor.rsd P. LOW-I,'."T4L RADIO.IXrIVQ k'4Si'ES - T'}InIR F'v TF'.L1TIMIEH'T, AND DISPOSAL. 1964 430 p. U. S. Atomic Fr,ergy Cr,manission, Div. Tech. Ii+fOr.r::aeioie Oak °Rir2g,3, r'er.n. 04 0 0 in f i a. Es 6 fi S
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~ QC ~ 776 253 1027 - 50 Raaioaci:ive waste-k'aterr treatr.:enc. Straub, Conrad P. LCi•T-LL,'t7EI, N.t.flLOAC7°IVE WASTES - i."tiRil: AND DxSPOS,IL. 2-264 . 430 p. U. S. dtornic Rr,ergy Cotmiission, DjAP. Tech. Infcormat;[or, 0&k Ridge, Tenn. :- 4 o n o « 2..6. 6 .6 U
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50253 1030 I ",;__,...._.:.::rx..~..~:.:u~._.._...,,Wtai.at_:......_:.~:xv:- - - - -- - -S.u:. ~ TD Radioactive waste disposal. SeriC s, ti vl . 65, 'Ao. 97) 1969 ?s5 pF;cs AJ:erica:z ir.etituta of Chemica' °c:,;inser3. N.c:r YOi:'K 0 : ^T'" F.~?V \
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50253 1036 QC 776 U Itadicactivc waste s'isposal. Strttub, Conr.nd P. P"D:OACTIY° WAS1'ES - TRWP. dE*;T, A?vD U;SFOSAL. 1964 430 p. U. S. ACr-1,ri.i.r_ T:ncrgy Cr,.r,laR8wOi2, 12i~%V, ':~eCh. I.Ti ~Url. ".~1t10 ~Url.".~1t1012 OatC ° i:14gf_', i'CnSl. ~----~-r--~- 0, 4 0 () 0 f i ~ ~) 6
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50253 1034 w l; .. R..F (ii 0.'3.G -trhF:3 wasto ti13po3c31 .. •.'1 •^ ?•.r r..• ~ A .<.~ `.f ._ .. ..i.i.l.... ii.. i . t: /_. .~~ ID i- ..~ ,..1: 'j<`P t. s;y ..iL:riIM n
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50253 1025 QC 776 Radioactive waste---Measi:rements. U , Straub, Conrad P. ~,T~~TVfi r R,a1JtOhCTIV° WAS!'LS H.4.*i~LIr;G, • , QA UISPO,,sL, 1964 430 p. U. S. Ato-aic EnerSy C;,u~,ission, Div. Tcch. InFonzarion Oa:c Ridge, Tettn. 0 ..~,.--~-..,.~~--,~._~.T._-~-=---~n:;f~~--~ ~^.....-..e.r,...4.,-.r... w+~k ~ear..r ~•-
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50253 1029 ' T-Ma.cra^.t3 Ve 4Ia.5t(3 CeiSro9;;il Ilouraneil, J C Safety tT!uuqucs for rarlioact.ivo tr•„ccis. Ca,,i;b:-id; tRnti.l ~nirei~sity.['ress,1958. 67 p. 13 cm. Includes bibliography. G I 1. Radioactive tracers-Safety measures. x. Title. RA1231.R2BG f 614.7 ~ Library of Congress 151 • I 58--100r, ....._.~ •.--.~ ,+~.,--r-'--....~...~...r...~
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....'.-,.. ..-c:_ __~...s'.~. .:.~_._..:.~:>:.. .,_.:.::.•__ .... _..+•L-....~. ..-.. ~.. .._-.'. ~... _........_._•.~.......-..._ -. . ..___._.___._. ... 50253 095s CIII:Or1ATOGRAPHIC AhALYSIS--POLYtIT:RS/PLASTICS--CIirt•1ISTP.Y/YOLYT;TIIYL]?N^/ ANTIOXTDAP+TS/P.Ar11CALS(0IFc.; STRY-A -•-^O;.Y;iERI7.AT10N /PIiOTOCI:F::'IICAL REACTIC`.1S/ POLYTEI:S AND I'OLl';.1s1tIZA1'IC::---OX; liATIO:~/1'OLYVI'.+YI. CIILOP.IDE/ Q~ POLYMERS AND POLYAtFRIZATIOh-•-DEGRADATION/ -- 281 'Jo JOUTtNN.11-. OF P0LYlt7?111 SC?r\CE: Polymer S}•inposia t;o,".o, .:197,3.., :::: ........ :. ~.::':. ._»•:•;. ,~ •. ech anis~~~ ~~*oif Inhabttio-n'- :.:. ..:.:::...~:.:~ ' A.°c~~~~ses in ~~~~~~~~ers: Oxidative and Pko~ ~~~~~~~~•11~;f~l ~'~~ ~•~€~~~~ r ~~~ ' 11th I'ra~ tc ]LI':1C \licro ~•mposium ott \facronioleculcs held under the auspices of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, and the Czechoslovak Chemical Society, Prague, Chairman Ilth \Iicro,;yniposium: J. Yospi;il Czechoslovakia, September 4-7, 1973 cdiled by B. SCDLS(;I:K all IKTF.I;iClEXCr 1'r11tlCArwN~ p.ll.\I. Secretariat publiAhed by J(}flti ti\'lLl;l• ~f SU\S .~ Tnstitutc of :t1acrornolccular Cheu7ist, 1SSSs'etllly S 9 4
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50253 1047 I QC Radioa--tivitp. i . . ~ . ~ . . .., ,. . ~~•.. .,,.:F a.._ . . . .. _. ... _. . . t • . L .. l . . ~ U 4. . • ;. , 0 .~ 0 4 () n n r1 ;~ .6 6
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50253 1044 Re€ TP 9 Mc Radioactivity, v.11 ' Oir or,vn u '.J 4e - .- ... ..r, • .. .N:..~ y ~\l'SI
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50253 1032 ; a ; . ~ , QC G Firadioa;:t:ivo t;astc +? 3s,oosaJ.. Ghlcckaef, E ed. Atomic energy wasto; its nature, use and c?ispw-1. NeN York, Iuterscieuco Publishers, 1961. 420 p. alus. 26 cm. Includes biblio`raphy. 1. Iladioactive waste disposnL i. Titla TD312.('x55 ~`'`~ 621.4838 61-915S Library of Congress ~ 161h5j
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50253 1042 1 QD 601 F Padioacf.ivity. Friedlander, Gerhart. Introduction to radicx:hemistrs, by Gerltart FricOllanu and Joseph 11'. Kennedy. New York-, J. Wiley, 1949. ziil, 912 p. ])lus. 22 cm. Includes b!bltoe aphtes. 1, r.aidiation chemtstry. 2. Radioactivlty. z. Kennedy, Jose; W.. jotnt author. QDG01.F7 0 511.38 49---00; ; Library of Con ;ress r.'Av=301 n () .a (i n n r,,,, ~ 6 6 1 1
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50253 1045 , ... _~.,__,_ _.. ._..._...._.....~.......~:.:,~~.:~~:.~.:Y>... ~d3.:,~cti~~t f. Price, William James, 1918- Nuclear radiation detection. New York, McGraw-Hil: .1958. 882 p. Illus. 24 cm. (McGraw-Hill series in nuclear ennneering: Includes bibliography. 1. Nuclear counters. 2. Radloactivtty. i. Title. QC787.CGP7 ( "'\ «53J.77 537.53 57-11S63 Library of Congress ,, t5Jt=2(h ~ 0 4 () i'3 Cl
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50253 1046 ERDA Document Nwnbet NYO - 3425 - 12 III Du.2 79 S.P. MEASUREMENT OF AtRSORR'E vAADIOACTIVIT'l ~ ,.aL taf'PLICATIJi 1 AND ITS f.1CTcQROLQCK~ Part V by , R. Reiter, N: J. Kanter, R. Siadicovic and C K. Potzl Institut tur Atmosphdrische Umweltforschung ; der Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft f zur Fbrderung der angewandten Forschung Match 1978 ~ D 8100 Garmisch-Partenkirchen W-Germany .nnual Report 1st April 1973 trough 31st July 1974 {Qrep~red ior tt3e L~V. Er,fjrgy Fesaarch and Development Administration DMsion cf 8tomedical *and Environmental Research rt . _ (11-1)- 3425
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50253 1048 I ~ . .Ql f 3 .. ~ ~ ..+. . . _~.~. . _ _ . _...... ..... J.~.u...... .. .._ _.~._s~......: aw.~.~.r r>al~..U.id..w.+b.ra.... Smullen, Willard C ed. Basic foundations of isotope technique for techniciar. Sprinbfeld, Ill., Thomas (1956] 1G3 p. iilus. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Radiology, Medical. 2. 121dioisotopes. r. Title. RS95.S5 1956 616.0757 5G-9117 Library of Congress 1581151 0 0 4 0 t1 0 tl 2. . 6 6 R 7 _
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50253 1040 r f, ~TD ~ 330 Rridioactivity AIR A.mericau PuGlic +•.ea].th Association TTA:':?tiiZ!) `;:'i.ivDS i•Gi Tii•", E::.1?1'L::imo:i Zi' .IAT!:R A;iD ::AS'3f:'. :4TCR, 13L'h cd., by ,ln:(?r3c:an i'uha.ic :1c:alth J1ssGciutioa. ^,r,erisan ;Jater W-,-)rk,tk Ascoci.:i~~»1 aitd '.'atcr i'oilutl.cn Coi:tro2 Feserat.ian :.`17L ~:~nericna A~:blic iealC`i A:auciattoa 874 ?a+;es tleu Yc,rk 0 4 0 P n 0 -.). 61 6 7 9'.
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50253 1051 Radi.oactivity---Atr--•Coliectian appararus , t-•/• ~l r • FOR CCi.Li.CTI'.;(: AT2: 1966 -)8 P. U. 5, Atr;.i.r. 'nerFy Coymnission :Vex York 0.A 0 0 t7 r. .~),* . 5. 6 .9
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