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ptmospherfe Pollution /9?G 99-/~7 <~ ~ 7~ l ETsevter tic ienu ic blishing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands 99 k / dI MeAl 7$ • AIR FOLLt1TION IN THE VICINITY OF STREETS /Yt) I S.P: H. U. Wanner, A. Deuber, J. Satish, KwWieir'Iand H. Sommer Department of Hygiene and Work Physiology Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich* Clausiusstrasse 25, 8006 Zurich, Switzerland - Summar „~ ~ ir sam le we c le te in plastic bags simultaneously ~ at ar us ea3UririnCs in the close range of streets.
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I 50253 7503 IX.Re -75 BLOOD -CIOtI30N 1•IONOXIDE/ 2 • RJR CT ASS NO. PAbiPNLET IX Re2-75 s. p. ' Klimisch, H. J.; MeiHttier,,~i(&•; Wernicke, H. ; i *Keywords:* carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent. smoking. (Forschungsinst. Cigarettcnind., Iianburg, Ger.) QUANTITATIVE DETER?SINATION OF CARBON :f0.10XIDE I23 BLOOD BY GAS CHROaATOGRIIPHY. Zeitschr. IClin. Chem. Klin. Biochem.,1974 (No. 12) 535-38 (1974) (in English) *1975, No. 3, W 490* *d* Tobacco chemistry (r,edicine)
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50253 7508 rr-- ".3-a - 80 I I Ey-80 ~ he Topography of Assertive B~e vior in S'P' : Positive and Negative Situations~ r of, ' t11.11AVN/N IIILNA/'Y /1, S.Q-WT (14m1) SHERRY W. PITCHER Y '~l StEWAR? INLiKi.6 Unirtr.siry ojCcrlAary• ~ Variations in assertive response topography and in the type and frequency of reported self-statements were studied in positive and negative assertion situa- tions, tions, with male and female, high and low assertive normal adults. Signi6cant differences in behavior were found between high and low assertive groups, men ~- and women, and positive and negative situations. Self-statements and assertive E behavior were significantly correlated in positive situations, but not in negative f 0 asq ssrtioq situyions. G .5 0 Q 3 i•~ ..- t'Y'M ~,~ .. ..,,. ~
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50253 7510 DISSERTATIONS--UNIVERSITY OF DENMARK(TECHNICAL UNIVERSITYj/ FLAVORANTS/ TP 958 Me 1981 BEER FLAVOUR !la 7\ssis li.s Nsm s,ec.yt" by tM T.dnieal oaiver.itY of Ouwalc !se /relte d.t.sss La tultllasnt of thM s.quir...nts tos tAa O.4s.. .t eoatos TecAsios. . LYnft, Ibo.abs i. 1901 tsts tiw.ts •asidsat 3 0 Q 0 0 3 0 4 1 5 /t.nl csp.nts.: s.cr.tsy
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50253 7509 XI t9e1-$1 S,, p. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Mel-81 s.p Zigaretten-Markt, New Business MARKET SHARES OF 10 LEADING GERMAN CIGARETTE BRANDS 1979 - FIRST QUARTER 1981. *(Der meilenweite Weg hat sich' fuir *Gaail Filter'' gelohnt: )* Zigaretten-Markt. New Business, 1981, No. 16-17, p. 10 (Apr. 27, 1981) (in German) , ~ 3 0 0 0 03 o q f 4 -_ .
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_j 50253 7507 .t F . # o•3cr oAda TOBACCO--SMOKING--' iQtARMCpLpGJCAL_EFFECT/ Journal Of Pharmacokinetic & Biopharmaceuticsi.( -('. 1:;V. Vol. 9, 1-14, 1981 Effect of Smoking on Prednisone, Prednisolone, and Dexamethasone Pharmacokinetics ' ~~ ~_ James Q. Rose, Anthony M. Yurchak? ~~ r:-~It1.+1~ s-r anA~'illiam J. Jusko''' '~- Received Octot+er 11. 1979-Fin•rl: Septemhcr 16. 1980 nrntsrnoltrs in the systemic araifahility o/preJnccolone• 179 t•enta 8t ,~ ), oral dosc clcaranc.•.aJ ~ The pharntacokintrics oJoral prednisone and oral dexamethasone were txarnintd in 18 hcalth% -- - - -- • --- ---'--=--'--- -.... :.. •. .. e. matc odutts. ~igrr sa6jecrs atso received tnirat•enons p.ranrsurnnr a.ru ..,,.u~.•ro:a± dtxamcdtasona Hal/o/each group were cigarette smokers as conjtnncJ by plasma tltiocyanate cnnctntrations. Plasma and urine concentrarionso/prednisoneand prednfsolone were assayed ln ~ I~'mrntnce9T rdd chromafographt•. while plasma dtxamtthasnnt was rnr•astotd bs r~dininid+turoiissa j!"77tere N•ele no srariuicalh• significant diJ/i•rtnccs M•tN•ten smokers dtnd e , . ' 'tr,'yttlrr' ;,r7arf~nti!1. l~ _iTift~AC ,prtrMnrlone cti•atanct t. R tcrlNs ..» .- oLbi'iiuwtt 1 . - . . __
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50253 7515 .._,.,~~.,_.~.......:.:~.r.~ ---.-%..;......:.... - --~_..L~..,~ - --. _ -.....: - - QD 98 Meinke, W. W. (Jt. Editor) ~ Un II. S. KmtionRl Bureau of S ta_^.dnrda ACx2TJP..1ICiZ ltNAL'f'SXS: A IIll";~FOGRAPFU, Pt. 1,2;diret by G. J. Lutm, It. J. Bore)iJ., R. S. Kidc±ock, and W. W. Hoinke 1968 57.1 Pnges U. S. Dept. of Ccamerce '1-shiDgtnn, D. C. 0-3t]0n 03 04:). 0 I
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- .~-:* ----- ~ 50253 7519 - RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK HF 5415 Me 1978 .uti"1.s L lu:.'11 THE DETERMINANTS OF ADVERTISING INTENSITY: THEORY AND EVIDENCE. Doctoral dissertation. Boston College. 1978 Univ. Microfilns International.Ann Arbor, MI.78.(7.N : ENG.) ISN = 6133 . .. ... .. . 0.3A000 30424
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50253 7520 lishers,19.54. Hartough, Howard Da'.e, 1913- Compounds with condensNd .Liophene rings tL`•, iL D. Hlrtough and S. L. Meisel. New York, Literscicnce'Ptib- 515 p. 24 cm. (The Chemistry of beterocycllc'cumpounds, q sn-dea of monographs) i. bfeisel, Seymour Lionel, 1922- joint author. it. Title. QD4U3.H345 - *547.2 547.6 53-7159 ; Library of Congress . _r.....~ . . 0;J 000 030425
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50253 7528 r.P.. ..._.,_ _ Autiiir Vickery, Hubert Bradford CHEMICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF THE TOBACCO PLANT IX. THE EFFECT OF CURING AND OF FERMENTATION ON THE COMPOSITION OF THE LEAVES. The Con- necticut Agricultural Experiment Station New Haven Bulletin 569, by Hubert B. Vickery and Alfred N. Meiss. 1953 125 p. The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New SAven. 0.300003043 3 ~,~
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l1L ~ 117 ~Me i I 50253 7516 - i~~C,~. CU.RLGit:.~ZdTIBN CPX:21CAt, AN'D k'iiYSZCA.L, lat t?~~teriale Rescarc.h S}vpoaiuat, Hat:ilcn€:1 Buraau of Szandaxds, Gaithcreburg, tdd. Oct. 3-7, 1966, Fditcd by W. W. Reinke aad B. P. Schribner (U. S. Dapt. of Co=erca, t.atioaal Burosu of Stcndrarda Monograph 100) 1967 580 Pagas U. S. Govt. Pr:ntir,g Offica Washiagton, D. C. . C) .. ,~..
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50253 75t3 .. ~ f CONTINGENT NEGATIVE VARIATION AND THE DISTRACTION-AROUSAL HYPOTHESIS • . 80 I I Ey-81 S tP _f6ctrocncPQholo raphy and Clinical Neurop vaielne,, 1976 41: 277-286 ~ tjTETsev~cr Sc~enl~fic PuGTis ing ompany, Amaterdam - Pnnted ~n e et erlands JOSEPH J. TECCE ee,.IUNE SAVIGNANO•BOWMAN eee and DX'*DI$ M$IN6Rft%V Laboratory o/Neuropsyeholoay. Boston State Xospital, Boston, Mass. 02124; and Deportment ojPsyehiatry, ?tr(ts Univervity School o/JNedicine, Boston, Man. (U.S.A.) (Accepted for publication: January 29, 1976) ., Contingent negative variation (CNV) is an event-related electrical brain potential that appears between the occurrence of two suc- cessive stimuli, such as in a constant•foreperiod reaction-time experiment where one stimulus is a preparatory stimulus for response to the other (Walter et a1.1964). For example, when a light flash (first stimulus or Sl ) is followed in 1.5 sec by a continuous tone (second stimulus or S2), which is terminated by a motor response (key-press), CNV appears o-~o40 0 3 0 4 ~ 8 -- g,,.,, .. ,~ . Jli rV limited to when S2 (shock) and extraneot stimuli (music) were in different sense moc alities. In two studies involving cognitive activitiE as distraction, subjects were required t remember four letters presented in the Sl-S interval (Tecce and Scheff 1969) or perforr mental arithmetic (adding sevens) (Tecce an Hamilton 1973). In these situations involvin divided attention sets (one set to prepare fc processing information in S2 and the other ae
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50253 7506 - r;~~~gr r G~rardu3Y ~ Oint. auth4= Veen, R van der. Light and plant growth, by R. van der Veen ancl G. :lfeijcr. tLinclhoven, IIull;ind, Philips' Technical LibrarN•. . 1959. 1(31 p. ilIus. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Growth (Plants) 2 Plants. Effect of light on. L Meijer, Gerardus, joint author. u. Title. QIi757.V43 ~ 581.5222 60-171SS ~ ~ Library of Congress 161j30j a~~~0 0 0 3 0 4 1 ~ I w„ , .a... . ~
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50253 7531 . --r - - --- _. ., . - .0 . .. . :.-- --- --- 4 78 Xl Adl-79 S.P. Jour. Adv. Res. 19611 10 ('Tarch 1961) Sales and Advertising of I,ettuce' 1 k I ^ .X AfEiSS,%EtV san Josc State collcgc Z , For several years California growers promoted nationally a new brand of lettuce, using as many as eight media. Ratings of two of these media, along with local retail price and temperature, were observed to be closely correlated with per capita sales in 22 cities. I'IGURE I Two businessmen were talking. • 3 0. Qls Arr stveZisi>Q gAing;ts6ts7» in- quired the first. - : "It sure-is= moa:fe+d titt sseond. -`-`Last THE DEMAND CURVE ~ W urv. mad. Iott I/Oait
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i. - 50253 7532 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 IX K1 Klimisch, H. 3. Wernicke, H. (Forschungsinstitut Cigarettenind., Hamburg, Ger.) GASCHROMATOGRAPHIC DETERMINATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE AND CARBON DIOXIDE INVESTIGATIONS FF:OM THE GAS PHASE OF CIGARETTE * --7 ..~ *(Casc~iromatographische Aestiin,nur'~itg"~vo Kohlenmonoxid und Kohiendioxid. Untersuchungen an der Gasphase des Zigarettenrauches.)* Zeitschr. Lebensm. Untersuch. Forsch. 157, 339-343 (1975) (in German with English summary) *Keywords:* carbon dioxide, smoke, constituent; carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent. *1975, No. 16, W 5728* *d* Tobacco chemistry: • : Q3 0 0 n 0 3 0 4:3 7 r ...,. . _.
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50253• 7521 Q T 4i-~.~~``''`~~~• ~9?9.(~oa)~ ~~~y~~ NATIONAL COOPERATIVE HIGHWAY RESEARCH PROGRAM ~~lP'~~~ it FDA IX Re -80 S.P.2 MONITORING CARBON MONOXIDE CONCENTRATIONS IN URBAN AREAS TRANSPORTA`rtON RESEARCH BOARD NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL WASNINCTOK, O.G APIUL 1M NAMWApSManA T. E. OUSHANE TECHNOLOGY SERVICE CORPORATION SANTA MONiCA, CAUFORNIA r : • .` 'DA!1MERiY AM~ENVIRONML 3 0 4 2. b (NICNIMAY TRANSPORTATION) . . .~.. !`_r.'" . .... • , RESEARCH SPONSORED BY THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS IN COOPERATION WiTH THE FEDERAL HIGHWAY AOMINISTRATION
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50253 7501-- • EyeetrocWmica Acts, Vol. 5011. pp. 440 to 469. PorYawoa Prer,1076. rrlnted la Northern Ireiand ! A comparative investigation of some analytical performance characteristics of an inductively-coupled radio frequency nsma, and a capacitively-coupled microwave plasma for solution analysis by "emission spcctrometry . Jt~S:r P. W. J. M. Boul+texs and F. J. DE BOEB Philips Research Laboratories, Eindhoven, The Nothorlands J. DAaatEN, H. HOEr.zEL and l4:14Iis>ES>ta•ar E.1lforclc, Anatytisches Zontrallaboratorium, Darmstadt, G.F.R. ;; (Received 15 May 1975. Revised 3 July 1975) } AAbstract-This paper reports results of an inter-laboratory investigation involving standardized experiments performed with standard measuring equipment to establish unambiguously the j differonces in analytical performanca of an inductively-coupled radio frequency plasms (ICP) ~ and a capacitively-coupled microwavo plasma (CMP) for simultaneous multi-element analysis ' (SMEA) of solutions. The authors compared a laboratory-built, prototype ICP and a standard ! commercial C~IIP. The analytical characteristics covered were the following: (i) detection ~ ~ limits, (ii) matrix offects produced by cesium sulfate, cadmium sulfate, and di-nmmoniumhydro- , genphosphato, (iii) sensitivities, and (iv) precision. These characteristics were evaluated for , 14 spectral lines of 12 reliresentativo elements. ' The results were corrected for differences in raw.v.cnl iniwrt.inn ratA into tl:e.olasmal of the nebulizers used with the two _ ~_ ~,. . .,...
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~ IX Re2 - 81 s.p. 50253 7529 : Ultrastructural Alterations in the Livers of Golden Hamsters Following Experimental Chronic Inhalation of Diluted Diesel Exhaust Emission >~ge~uaAA Horst Robenek', Maria Schubert', Hermann Themann', and Uwe Heinrich2 8176 LU422 P 147 MEIS R -INT AR_CH OCC ENV H rr...__.._.___. F 'Lehrstuhl fiir Medizinische Cytobiologie, Westring 3, D-4400 Miinster 4 p I'V7-/S7 (/Py. ' Fraunhofer-Institut fiir Toxikologie und Aerosolforschung, Nottulner Landweg 102. D-4400 Miinster, Federal Republic of Germapy Summary. The livers of Syrian golden hamsters were examtnea wtth the light and electron microscope using the techniques of thin sectioning and freeze- fracture following 5 months of exposure to various concentrations of diluted diesel exhaust gases. The light microscopical examination showed enlarged sinusoides with activated Kupffer's cells and slight changes in the cell nuclei. In the electron microscopical examination the most striking changes were seen in the mitochondria, which frequently showed a loss in cristae. In ad- dition, the mitochondria exhibited pleomorphic character. The microbodies were of the same size as mitochondria. An increase in the number of lyso- somes was.observed especially in the tissue surrounding the narrow bile canaliculi. 0`300n 0 3 0.43 4 .
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' ~ . • ~.. -J~... 50253 7540 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK Ref. Q 123 Me Archer ,li,~tj **oF#ta% ( ed . ) ; Q 123 Me Q 123 Me HANDBOOK OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY. Ref. Q 123 Me - 2 c.; Q 123 Me - 1 c.; Q 123 Me Archer - I c. The Center for Professional AdvanceMent,East Brunswick, NJ 08816-0994. 1Sk ISN 3995 e f 03 0 0 0 03 0 4 4 5
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t~tt•Ifir ------~ 50Z53 7527 76 V Me TOBACCO--SMOKItr'G--TASTE TIIRFS;;IOLD--EFFFCT/TASTE--TESTINC/ ftise'1tiaA;r•!i'it' It* . Cereal Foods World 21 (No. 2) 52-58 (1976) (in English) PSYCIIOLOGY OF TASTE. (U. S. Army Natick Labs., Natick, Mass., U.61) Mentions smoking. IVIuch of the research in taste psychology has focused on the question of what qualities exist in taste. The i.sue of qualities and thcir Icoding has dominated both ~psychological and physiological ~research in taste for some years. It has also affected the approach to studies /of taste intensity, because of the Ichoice of stimuli. l n addition, interest sin the tastc process within the context o[ eating and'drinking has led to ~ continuing research in cvcnts which ~ occur a% the rr,clt of continued ~ stimulation (adaptation). and c%cnts which occur as the result of mixing of 1diflercnt stimuli. This bricf re%iew w~iwcal with the issues of yualitY and 1tntensity, and then with the issues of i mixtures and adaptation. Some brief commcnts on the effects of age and smoking will be presented. 0•3 0 o n 0 3 0 43 2 ~... . ..... ~ r..__ RJR CLASS NO. PAZ4PIILET 76 V Me
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__} 50253 7517 I __..~.: ...:<.._..::.~J::~...:..... _..!!elmmal-Eo-_ LORUNKDs'YfAFT$1'N NEDfA1,AW- OL" Q,alncas [%cC,dt iky in the Nt,dher1a11dti). Pteci. Tcddsch:. 46mcsk. ~-j 1g31,•6 (Ar~. 19+63)- Iin Autch w:th Et-gRtsh 1 uNwmqp _._..~._.,~....,.~...-r. ,--- 0-30 0 0 0 30 4. 22
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50253 7541 -:.....~..._....,._...~.....:..: QD , AOWL4ui&> . 115 Polarographic techniques. With a foreword by I. M. m I-Lolthoff. New York, Interscience Publishers, 1955. 817 p. 111us. 24 cm. 1. Polarograph and polarography. L Titic. QD115.M4 ~'"~ 544.9 55-S637 Library of Congress ~ ~ r55k10r .:, 0-3 n Qn0 3 0 446 ~,..... . ...r _ . ti. .~.
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50253 7538 Micro- film No. 41 . a , utti Epstein, S. H. MICROBIOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF STEROIDS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS TO THE SYNTHESIS OF HORMONES, bh S. H. Epstein, P. H. Meister, H. C. Murray and D. H. Peterson. Photostat from: Vitamins and Hormones 14 359-432 (1956) 0-•30 0 t10 30 443,
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_4 50253 7536 i -~A ; 431 1. Alnino acids. QP801.A5Di37 f"^~ 612.01533 57-8378 Librarr of Congress ~~'~ 120] v. ~n A n v3 0 4 4 1 Meister, A1tcm. 'v Biochemistry of the amino acids. Press,1957. •• . :) . :~ i, r , / _ . . 485 p. Illus. 24 cm. , Includes blbl[ographies.
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V~H-?~I~iYL;RANSFI:RASES/ c11:''tLTR.ANSFGRA.SES,•-GALACTOSIDASI:S/P~LOOD/ ~t GLYCOMASES,Y ALDO NOLACTONES/SUCCINYL COENZS':SE A S1'RTi?ETASE/SYNTii9TASE/ , 1,4-DIArfItiO3U7ANE/SPEkP:INE _. ~_. _. . -. '. 177z.-mz ADVANCES IN ENZYMOLOGY I AND RLLAZ-1,D AREAS OP 111OLLCULAR BIOLOGY ' ~% Foulicted by E. F. NOItD Edited by CORNF.LL UNIVERSITY EIEDICAL COLLrGE, NEW YORE VOLUME 35.'C-3• •, 1972 -$~ INTERSCIENCE Pt!;3LISHERS a Division of JOHN WILEY & SONS New York • London • Sydney • Toronto 03n 0 n0 3 4440.
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50253 7514 ,a. Waieft~ ~, Ka-'~ - Hs=~230?G5:: IrOZ THE SUGAR OO:dFCCTXG.IF :Y INBiTSTItY, by A. Mainere and H. Joiks (SiAsei$ Coafl6otcia 2-ianua1 No. 1) 1969 528 Psgea o~0 0 ~ Q 3 v 4 t 9 -r w
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....,n. _ ...... ,~„,,.....-...~..,, .,...>~..r.~...... Sour,. Pu~t: Healtliolicy - 50253 7537 . , ; vps1imc s March 1981 P. :2S-,Ts" Numbcr I ~......._ . . y 78 XI Adl - 81 s.p. C ~'-e 1, r YN 6., Analysis of Covcrasc of Tobacco Hazards ' in Woraeii's Magazincs ELIZADETH M. WHELAN, MARGARET J. SHERIDAN, TE, and DEVERLY A. MOSHER "! ~6""'~IGARETTE smoking is the number one cause of can- ' ccr in the Uuited States. It is a(so Implicated in many other serious diseases, including etnphyscma, licart d:s- ease, gastric utcers, and chronic bronchitis. During the ~' 19703, more than two million pcople dicd from smok- inS-rclated diseases in the United States alone. 0-3a 0 no30 442 y `.,, . ..._._ . a,._ t
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i 50253 7539 Q 147 Fa 1975 FARM CHEMICALS HANDBOOK. 1975 61 st year of publication Published by: MZ~S't~'F~fB~Igt~~3'JQ- ~E}:~'v 37841 Eudlid Ave., Willoughby, Ohio 44094 • • Sb. f{e.•1- _ 0-3n0 n03044A } <
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0 9 ovoo£-o 1 (To,Y a~.q=ldaS) 6L-G9 (Y °ta) i l.uV3'0-1 UOtIVIP'd °Pa:a.,Y'~'%: ia.,Y'~'%:i °ll pt? fri=;' •3 Aq U ~ :' . ~;,"" 1ZjS AL'. 30 . .Y~t-•t ~ii~ s.Ga ..A ..4A.a- --. - - I . 9ZSL £SZOS
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50a53 -7547 VI Na 1 Nangniot, Paul DETERMINATION POLAROGRAPHIQUE DE LA NICOTINE DANS LES TABACS DE CULTURE. (Polarographic determination of nicotine of tobacco.), by Paul Nangniot and Nasser Melamed. Photostat from: Chimie Analytique 40 (No. 1) 3-7 (February, 1958) 0-30 0 no 3 0 49 2 Mft
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50253 753a f .Mgissner, RoaE2i#+r~~!`:"~+tt~rbl''f, Jacobs, I'sttin A. RhZ.0TI0cI3tiTP OF OItiAT. FI?USTRATi:::1 h~1CTORS L:1I7Z HEAVY CIGMc;ITE S'MOK IPG IN MALES by Martin A. Jacoba, Peter U. Knapp, Luleen S. Anderson, Natharlial hurush, Roaalie Meissr.sr, snd Steahtn J. Richman (Boston Un:! v., Schuol of 'Ic;d., L`Iv. Psychiat'ry, koeton, Hassachuserts) Jour. Nervou3 Yantal Oisease 141 (No. 2) 161-:2 (1965) Prev. ref. (sbstr. o.11y--co~.~plete paper availuble nsn+.) ~ ~ o30 0 0 o304 3 9 .~
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(Lrti~~/y..f/~GT/zK.rA.....$•lrlOlC4 ToGa.c.w --• S~+'~rKL .. _ a~7 G~v+~.~~o Iv S"RJR o~.'"CYA~SSMG~cLi-A+ ~ N0. T SLATION Klimisch, H. 'J. ; Nwatusttc+r•s,.. K (Cigarette Ind., Res. Inst.,laahurg, Ger.) GAS CliROaATOGP,AYHIC DETERMINA'PION OF "RBON MONOXIDE IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. COMPARISON OF TtJO SMOKING AND GAS ZCUMULATING APPARATUSES. Beitr. Tabakforsch. 6 (No. 5) 216;`219 (1972) (in German - Complete English translation available) *1975, No. 6, W 1853* *d* Tobacco analysis (chemistry): , ---------- : -- - I?-3 00n Q" 043 8 50253 7533 _ .~._ , ....r,.
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50253 7511 V ~ , N1DAA TECHNICAL QUARTERLY, VOL. 12, NO. 3, 1975 161 , - - - - JS~i t o1(L ~ : F9av®r Chrn o vs tr ~ '®f ~~Oe o r: w"i 1: Fkvor and Thhdd rre s* ®f 239 .. . .. - Aroma 'Vclaii 10- S ABSTRACT The 9avor thresholds of the 239 compounds examined varied over a range of 2 z 10", and it is therefore not sur- ~ prising that on occasion, compounds of high chemical purity ~" ~.~ ~~~~ ~- C. ° ~, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ (99% +) were organoleptically impure or even mistlavored. ~/ s ri 4 + a ..~ Proof of organoleptic purity requires repeated purification until a constant flavor and a constant threshold are obtained. In each homologous series, the compounds containing 6- 10, and usually 7- 10 carbon atonu show the strongest flavor. SINTBSIS The purified fusel alcohols were. found tn have. pleasant,- - Los Ifmites de detecci6n de sabor de 239 compuestos ez- aromatic flavors. Some sulfur compounds show threshold aminados variaron en el ranvo de 2 x 10", y por lo tanto no values which are se,veral orders of magnitude below our es torprendente que en ocasionee, los compuestos de alta present limits of detection by analysis. The flavor and pureza quimica (J9 0+) resultaron impuros organol6pti- threshold of a given compound can often be predicted quite camente o aun con sabores err6neos. La prueba de la pureza reliably from the data presented orP nol6ptica requiere de puri~icaciones repetidas hasta The signifc~t fla~r c~stit~ntsA/ fr9Ah bet~ ar~n t~ ' ohner un sabor y un limito de detecci6n constantes. approximate 6f~erVt tlSdir ifr~ort~ce}~tha1~1, ho FTn cada serie hom6loga, loy cornpuestos que contienen de bitter substances, carbon dioxide, the banana estera, the 5 a 10 y generalmente rfe 7 a 10 5tornos de carbono, muestran l ' app e tyten, and the [uaei alcohols. -....eLsablOf mis ftierte. tie encoutr6 nue los -tIMIwIM de fu, t Ia beers-w icl..r. olLAa~oare~ :- ' - - -
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- --- - ---- - - . _ , _ ._ --- - - - - _ - _ _ ---_ _ _ .- - ---~ 50253 7546 VI Me 1 Melamed, Naese~ " LE COMPORTEMENT POLAROGRAPHIQUE DE LA NICOTINE ET DE LA NORNICOTINE. (The Polarographic behavior of nicotine and nornicotine.), bh Nasser Melamed, Paul Nangniot, and Pierre H. Martens Photostat from: Bull. Inst. agron. et stas. recherches Gembloux 26, 103-15 (1958) 0- 300 n 030451 . ~~,
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79 VIII Me TOBACCO--PACKAGING/ TOBACCO--DENMARK/ 50253 7530 . .. +__, ....,. . . -~ . .. . . ~ r~ ~.'.- '.~' q -...-...'?.~~'f..-. . . ~ . . . . - . . ~~- . . RJlt CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 VIII Me -. ~, . .. ; PACKAGES, ~ _. . ~ translation avai1able) =t : { After completing a long and technologically complicated development_ woi'k~~- which cost.several million Danish*crowns- , Raackmanns Fabrikker:A/S together with ~: Skandinavisk Tobakskompagni (Denmark) 'succeeded in the manufacture of a completely .- ~_ new.tobacco package,•which is considered by,the'experts as revolutionary,...,The. , ~~`package_manufactured from a soft plastic material offers a complete protection of:•- ~ r: packaged tobacco 'against *moisture damages_ with complete retention of aroma'"and ;' s taste f ro:a the time of packaginA to consumption by . the customers; f The new package, is 'E priraarily, designed for export of 'tobacco'products. 0-3 0 0 ~ 0.3 -4 ' 43. s *(no affil.)* ' MILLIONS) FOR THE DEVELOPMENT. OF NEW TOBAdCO INVESTMENT (RUNNING Iiv'TO , ~ '. ,. .. . . f s Entwicklung neuer Tabakverpackung.)* •*(Millioneninvestierung in die Verpack." Rundschau' 30 (No. 1) 73 ,(1979) .(in German' =;complete English : ~,. . . ~.__.
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~ _~~...~.~.a.- 50253 75aa V I Re9-81 S. P. •®'t~GliL •( •xsr,~. 3S - -- ~ • - _.__ t 3) .3 79 -3PT • cl THE USE OF THE REACTION PRODUCTS OF 7-CHLORO-4-NITROBENZENE-2- ~ ~` OXA-1,3-DIAZOLE WITH AMINES FOR THE DETERMINATION OF N-NITROSAMINES BY A COMPOSITE METHOD / L Yd, L: Kostyukovskii, F. A. Medvedev, UDC 543.8:543.21:543.42t and:~: ~: ~eYamed'"~ The high carcinogenic activity of N-nitrosamines (NA) and detection of these compounds in various environmental materials - water, air, and soil - and also in foodstuffs have mad( it necessary to look for reliable-methods of determining microamounts of NA. Various methoc are in existence for determining NA [1-3]; however, because of the complexity of the problet research continues on the development of new, more advanced methods. The most reliable re- sults are obtained on using chromato-mass-spectrometry [4, 5); accordingly, it is recommendc that all data obtained by other methbds be checked by this method (6, 7]. Direct determina- tion of NA by this method requires careful purification of the extracts, while interpretatic of chromatograms and deciphering the epass spectra during analysis of complex test materials is complicated by the coincidence of the NA peaks and those of certain impurities (4]. Ac- cordingly, it has become necessary to look for methods of determining NA in the form of vari ous derivatives (5, 8, 9]. The present article is devoted to the development of composite methods of analyzing NA in various environmental materials, the same derivatives being used in all the methods - NBL amines, ntha; re,~ct~qn p;od~ts~Of ;~heec day amines, formed on denitrosating NA, with 7-. chloro-4inip~ob~z~e[e-21ox 1,7 di`Lzol (~D chloride).
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. -A 50253 1549 ' 7 QP 501 C Florkin, Marcel COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY, edited Oy Marcel Florkin and Howard S. Mason. v. 1960- Academic Academic Press New York Contents. - v. 1. 2. Sources of Free Energy. Free Energy and Biological 3. Function. Constituents of Life - 4. Part A Constituents of Life - Pt. B. o-~n 0n o3 049 4 .~ _ , . _. . -.
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50253 7548 Prog. Nat. Tech. 1978, Vol.10, Nos. 5/6, pp. 1041-1047. II Me -79 S.P.S . 1 ._ ~ Pergamon Press. Printed in Great Britain. Atmospheric Fallout and Street Cleaning- Effects on Urban Storm Water and Snow by P. A. Atalmquist, pp. 475-505 Discussion by "Miew-V POLLUTANTS IN ATMOSPHERIC FALLOUT _a-- i S The figures given in Table 2 of the Paper are actually concentrations in rainwater as stated in the first reference of the Paper. Neither the number of samples nor star.dard deviations are given. The ranges of given mean concentrations are in good agreeaeac with the ones stated by Randall et aZ. in their paper, as well as the conclusion drawn on pollutant deposition dur ing precipitation versus dry periods. Yet, this conclusion is not verified with any figures by the Author. In Table 3 mean atmospheric fallout, including both vet and dry fallout, in a catchmenc duriLg 4 months is given. Neither the number of deposit gauges nor standard deviations are given. I agree that the fallout figures stated by the Author are in good agreement vith results ob- tained in other Scandinavian studies, as can be seen in Table 1 presented here. . TNR F.FCF.f:TR OF ATMf1RPHT• RTC FATIrnR AH 1IRRAT] cTnRM VATFR 0•3o4nu3 04S3 - ~ ~..... . ... _ y ~..r .
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50253 7552 w ~ ~ i 1 G,x j 599 i P eC•' Conference on the Biology of Normal and Atypical Pio- ment Cell Growth. 3d, New 1951. Pifirnent ccil tirosth; proceeain;o, edited by Myron Gorr don. New York, Academic Press, 1953. 3C,5 p. [11us., di agrs. 24 cm. 1. Rfelanoma. 2. Chromatophores. 3. Growth. r. Gordon, Slyroa 1899- ed, ir. Title. IZG"'..G2.C55 1051 616.992 53-S52i Includes bibiiob aphtes. -J Library of Congress 1151 0-3 n4n.q3OA .9; 7
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50253 7518 74 VII Pa TOBACC!)----CY.ROr`,OSO"iES/TOBACCO--GENETICS/ ; 1~ RJR CLASS NO. PA."SPHLET 74 VII Pa Parry, D. C. (?;. C. Stcte Ur,iv.,,Pep. Crop Sci., Raleigh, ti. C., U. S.) • MEIOTIC Ct:P.JMOSO"tiT~+~AIRIN(;. IN Ai\ F-CHR0:f050.SF DEFIC7E:'T :~1T.COTIAa';*. I,JTEr.SPECTFIC :M.RI'D. •~,''r (\. C. State L'niv., Tobacco Reprint Series No. 418, 1973) Jour. Hered. 64 (No. 3) 169-71 (:Iay-June 1973) (in English) *1974, ::o. 6, W 1960)* *d* Tobacco agriculture: ~..•......._....._~.. .._,~.,_.....,...__~_.. __~,.._._...~. - _,.;:,,,,..,.;-._.__T.~..,~. __. I 0-3 n 0 1 0 3 3 4 2 3
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50253 75q3-- - -- : - - - . ,,, . - -J Gig. Sanit. 1978(1)63-8(1978) VI Re9-79 METHODS OF N-NITROSAMINE ANALYSIS IN ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTS. S.P. in Russian with english abstract. by Kostvukovskii, Ya L; Ate,~A~ec~~.a~.~ A review with 51 references. A general review of the methods.an the isolation, purification and analysis of nitrosamines in environmental objects with emphasis on volatile nitrosamines. The isolation and ' ' purification of nitrosamines presents difficult problems because of their small quantities and interferences by other componnds . The most fr frequently used methods for the isolation of nitrosamines involves steam disti3lation or solvent extraction. The sample is first steam distilled and the distaillate is purified by repeated fractionation at atmospheric pressure in vacuum. The extration of nitrosamines from aqueous solution is most often conducted with methylene chlorideand the sample is purified by repeated distillation. The completeness of isolation of nitrosamines in these methods depends on the method, apparatus, and special procedure. Additional purification is conducted by column and thin layer chromatography. The determination of nitrosamines involves all modern procedures and methods such as spectrometry, fluorometr% chromatography, i GC-mass spectrometry, etc.. The indirect detm. of nitrosamines is based on the determ. primary reaction products involved by t cocnf~non~y u°se~' meAtr'ssami~eY ~et~gc%~cgr~n A~t%r~sam~e ssam~es are detn. nitrosainines are based on the u.V. radiation of the sample and detn.the ~ e dl)i p~d v 014 a* I$e methods, coupked GC-*tass specc roduces tt J~fsu ~c~.J p` ni~ . ,. ~' . ...,. . ~ ~ .
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VAPIAfflCE/TA3'PL -TrSY'IN(`f- t!L'ASL'P.F.MEh€'r•--TECHk1LQUE/ r.~:::.' ...:.....•.._ . .. . _ .. ... _ . _ _ .. _ .... . ....._ ' , ll l d Af Skill ' ] 4 252 4~ ' l otor ercrptua an s © I 97 t 197 3S ::i V,,,•. eirep!>ral aud 1liotor i I , --, 74 V Me FIVE HORSEDIEN Or THr ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE: A S'IUDY IN )UDGIMENTAL BIAS' 1fESLis MELAbiED J( Wriaht Sta:e Uuir ertity, DrJton Srrntaaary.--An analysis of variance procedure was applied to the results ~ ~ of the Dressage competition at the 1972 Olympic Games to invvstigate two sources of bias which could arise in human judgments. Analyses showed signifi- eant differences in the average ratings o.f the competitors by the five judg:s in- ! dicating possible differences in judSmental standards. A significant interaction between country of competitor and judge was found when the results of the second round of performance by the Russian and \Vat German teams were com- pared. + 1 Much controversy has centered around the 1972 Olympic games in Munich,. ranging from a criticism of the German police for their handling of the murder } of the Israeli athletes to the "bias" exhibited by judges in a variety of events ~ where scores and medals were awarded on the basis of human judgments rather i than on "objective" criteria such as height, distance or speed. ~ ~ Of particular.interest to psychology are the various problems surrounding the use of human judgments in evaluating competitors. It appears that the . . , . - o-~o"", o~~3o4so
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50253 7550 1 i QD 341 lJ-o Johnoen, G,'3t::r SYif?OS$UM C:a BIfiCMMISTItY 0? 1PLA2iT F'r'..i.,~:dOLIC SUBSTAJiCSS, l.i3Ci:S',C 31 - SB?TEH-?; it 1, 1961, by Gastur Ju6nson aud T. A. Geisamsn. 1961 169 p. Coloxado Stata iTnfv. Fort Col2ins, Colorado I 0•3 0 0 n 0 3 0455 ~.~, . . ,.~ 0
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.a . ., ; 50253 7553 ~nJRtNE SARCOMA VIRUS-TND ED TUMOP/POLYCMA VIRUS. AND SV 40/ iCHROMOSOMAL _,ABNORMALIT S AND THEIR SPECIFICITY IN HUMAN P?EOPLASMS/ iTEMPERATURE SE`iSITIVE tUTATIOVS IN ANIMAL CELLS/MELANQMA. MALIGNANJ/ tRC 267 'Ad 1477 i , . TUMORS--VIRUSES/ ADVANCES IN CANCER RESEARCH Volume 24 --1977 Edited by GEORGE KLEIN ACADEMIC PRESS New Yot ft 1 t f T mor Biolo ' A Svbsidiary of Horcovrl Erace JovanovicA, wbl u g. epar men o Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Sweden (.~JuAce ~ . SIDNEY WEINHOUSE Q 3 '/ A n 1) 3 FQt RNeaS Aitute ,. Temple University Medical School ~ • . -. . ~ Fh}1adclph{ a; Pennqlvania
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I 5Q2 7 53 551 PENj%'~iLLla/ANTIBIOTICS--BIOClIEMISTRY/AFLATOXINS/STERIGMATOCYSTINS/ VFRRUCARINS/RORIDINS/SYNT1iESIS,ORGANIC/FLAVONOID-GLYKOSIDE/POLYPEPTIDES/ ~ ' SESQUITERPENES/CROTON OIL/PHORIIOLESTERS/MELANINS*ANCER--CAUSATION/ . QD :4s To 1974 L. ZECHMEISTER OLVaowuEr raa • Uano 81 . FORTSqHRITTE DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER NATURSTOFFE PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS ..oamro.r wM • rovwo.n.Y vot.. 31 W. HERZ IL GRISEBACH 0. W. KIRBY t+uwA.aaRw ..nww.aL awaow .oraaa • .vrMws A !L ANDERSEN • ST. F. BRADY • C. M. HARRIS • TK M. HARRIS s. HECKER •!C. 0. HINDLEY • D. N. McGREGOR • 1. A. MARSHALL l. C ROBERTS • R. SCHM[DT • O. N. SCHRAUZER • a. A. SWAN (IL T/WK K WAGNER • E. WINTERFELDT
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50253 7558 X(II Pa- S.P. Ct3-Ex?RIIDEa PACICAGItIC MATERIALS - A.'1 OVERVYEN_ from THE PACKAGING iNSTITUTC, tJ.S.A. Presented at the :;ersinar . ~1e CO-EJ;TRUDED PAC!CAGIYG MATERIALS -Aa Opportunity for Profits an3 PFrforaance- Lionville, Pa., May 25. 1971 .• ~ T-71.0s . ~/ New Yerk, N.Y. 1C017 'J~;. . AND A LOOK AFiEAD by • sas.a•A.:lSsl.d+ora-,r~ ; D~'.5e11 & Richardson, Inc. En Field, Cann. Sponsored by Films. Foils and Laminations Commlttee T'3F.PACKACING IYSTITUTE, U.S.A. I of THE PACKAGING INSTITUTF, U.S.A. 342 Madison Avenue 0 •3.0 0 n0 3 0 46_3 11
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X2: Me F-r--i74 ... 50253 7520 t'erception t Psychophysi%-~, 107 2, VoL 12 (2B) Magnitude Dunng an exF•crirnentat pxc~ uCtYon an-agnitU e session, the j~rrssure within the bottles s d b 2 ' ecsimation of taste intensity* HRRB3:RT L. ME[SEL.RiAIJj HARRY E. BOSE und WILLIAM F.1vYIsVIST ' Pioneering Research Labonatoty U.S. Army Natick Laboratories, Natick, Massachusetts 01760 i Magnitude productions of sodiura chloride (salty), quinine hydrochloride (bitter), and sucrose (sweet) yielded steeper poychophysical functions than those obtained kith magnitude estimation. Hydrochloric acid (sour) produced the oppmite effect. The results are discussed svith respect to previous findings in taste intensity scaling and to general psychophysical considerations. Sinoe 1960, there has been an magnitude estimation and magltitude increa+e in the use of ratio scaling production procedures. Responuses techniques in the study of taste were obtairted i:,;ing magnitude psychopbysics (see Meiselman, 1971). estimation and magnitude production However, the ratio scaling techniques procedures from the same group of Ss have been ensirely limited to for taste stimuli rep:estnting each of magnitude estimation procedures., the traditional taste quality cat.egories Whercar some work has been directed (sweet, sour, salty, bitter). tvas tt~rease y p t, usmR a portable nitrogen source and a control valve. Thtu, the liquids within the bottles were forced into the gustometer through two plastic tubes attached to each of the glass tube:i and the atopco;k. The tesulL°ng soluticn was thoroughly mixed as it passed over the stainless steel pins located in the opening at the base of the stopcock. The S sampled the stimulus solutloa- by relsauing a 2-in. spring clamp located at the base of the gustometer and attached to the output of the stopcock. Iie extended his tongue into the ttream of stimulus solet;on and closed his lips around the pcuterica r portion of his tongue. This prevented the aqlution from entering his mouth. 't"nis antetior dorsal tordue Ilow procedure has been R-iclely used (b3cBurney, ]969; i+3eiselman, 19i1). pGeTAL pLL ~ 0-3 0 0 o ~j .3 0'4 2 9 i yv.. . . ,... v , . . .
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1TZ L{iA- S.P. 50253 7522 ! ! / • Air pollution • Ozone • Meteorotogical data • Regressi0n analysis Crvirical equations • r,at"'ematical models i ; ww.l.~fv.n ~IA /rYiEk FnFJ %:aywrw~.r o, rht rnFru P./ar eve+p/fNnd EP7.-6 ti !d-i5-019^ It EMPIRICAL TECHNIQUES FOR ANALYZING AIR QUALITY AND METEOROLOGICAL DATA. Part III. Short-Tern Changes in Ground-Level Ozone ;rations: An -lairical Analysis F •,iwL/1aLeo Breiman ~ •IAFc~ ><M'46p•3.1'. • ro NAMEANDACO11ESa Tec`ne',oqy Service Corporation 2811 Wilshire Boulevard Santa Monica, California 90403 7 SFOwS'3RIwG AGENCV NAME ANO AOOPESS • Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory Office of Pesearcfi and Oevelopr.+ent U.S. Envircr,rental Protection Agency Pesearch Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 f .~r: :,)` 3. REC/FIENT'i ACCESSIOrFNO. S. 11EFORT DATE Ju re 1916 E.FERFORMING ORGANIZATIOV COCE 9.IEFIFOAMINOOAOANIZATION /1EP.— TSC-PD-132-1 f0,F110GNAM C N N ,. 1/,C.7N(NA N , EPA 68-02-1704 13. TvPE OF NEFO/1T ANO FERfOD CC%t•e Final M,ay 14-0ct 75 1•. SFONSOFUNO AGENCY COOE EPA-ORD 11 71.FFlE VEN ~ANT NO'ES This is the last of three reports examining the potentiai role of state-of-the- art enpirical techniques in analyzing air quality and meteorological data. rs-res+Frer An empirical analysis of alrbient air quality data for the Los Angeles Basin is used to relate the one- and two-hour changes in oxidant levels in the urban environcr.nt to the preceding levels of precursor pollutants and to meteorological variables. The intent was to d:r.+onstrate the feasibility of developing a set of empirical difference equations for the production of oxidant over time. The eyin variables determining one- and two-hour oxidant changes were Identified .usir~ nenoarra+etric regression techniques. A model for the oxidant changes was deve.o9ed using nonlinear regression techniques. The implications of the model are discussed. . i 0 -30 0003442 7 - f ~ ~ 1 1
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50253 7556 i Z118-M4 1966 ~--, 655.03 G0-14535 Library of Congress 0.3 ~0 n n 3 0 4-b 1 'Ref ~123 ~Me I i W'ther; Denie4%b Printinfi and promotion handbook; how to plan, produce, and use printing, advertising, and direct mail tby, Daniel Nielcher iandt Nancy Larrick. 8d ed. New York, McGraw- Hill 11'J66, zi, 451 p. 111us. 23 cm. (DlcCra%r-Hlll handbooks) 1. Printing-D(ctfonarlee. r. Larrtclc, Nancy, joint author. f 11. Title. i
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React. Kinet. Gtal. Lett., VoL 12. No. 3. 207-211 (1979) IX Re2-80 ACTIVITY OF SILVER CATALYSTS S.p. IN THE REACTION OF NITRIC OXIDE WITH CARBON MONOXIDE . N. S Bogdanchikova, G. K Boreskov,-4VK:pM#ftkldlirand A. V. Khasin Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk, USSR Reoeired May 23, 1979 Accepted lune 19,1979 ti The specific catalytic activity of supported silver at equivalent amounts of reagents is approximately 10 times lower than that of silver powder. • This is due to the influence of the reaction medium on the catalyst: under ~_ the reaction conditions, microcrystals of silver are extensively oxidized ~ .. and lose_ their activity.. In the steady state the reaction proceeds mainly on large silver crystallites, which remain In the metallic state under reaction conditions. At excess carbon monoxide, no significant influence of the metal dispersity on the catalytic activity is observed. 03A~ln 0 -3 0 4 b7 )
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50253 7557 ' TP 370 Me~ 1974 POL'' f/ ` Botanischc und chcmisdhc Untcrsuchung , ~~ r/Y12ct_• j C HANS Mi1cH70R Dr. HANS KASTNER Dr. JOSEP SCHORMOLLER Dr. HANS I1~ELCHIOR emer. o. Professor Honorar-Professor asi dee Ted%nisdun Univenit3t Berlin an der Ted+nisdun Uni.enit"a tt Berlin Dr. FRIEDRICH KIERMEIER o. Professor Lehrituhl fOt Mildtnitsensduft der Tedfinisdun Universit3t MUadun, Preisin f-Weihe nsteph an VERLAG 0~ V V V a I O• Y~ 0 4 y Iy . FOOD--RESEARCH/FOOD--FLAVORANTS/ - ~ ~ • .~._.. PRINCIPLES AND PROGRESS OF FOOtY RESEARC2i, VOL. 2 CESi' ~ICES , BOTANICAL AND CHEMICAL INVESTIGATIONS ~~ S. ~I +~ GEWL~RZE • Direlw srn Duteniedan G.ne..nd Muse.m, Ohrdewient Mi dee Ludeea.eult f4 1letlie-DaFlenye.D.,Honersr.Profnar L.Atn.minel-, Annelminel• aed {ttid~lid. an dtr TedroirAe. Ua•enittt Derli. . Uetni. Derlie GRUNDLAGEN UND CORTSCHRITTE DER LEBENSMITTELUNTERSUCHUNG Henusgeeeben von . PAUL PAREY • BERLIN UND HAMBURG r1-1-
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III Du~ S.P. S:,EET- _ L_ - j-r-. 50253 7560--- 4. Title and Subtitle A Preliminary Evalua*,_-^i of the Potential Influence of Varying HC/NOx Ratios on the Design of Oxidant /4Control Strategies 7. Author(s) G.7. Whitten, P.M. Roth y. Performing Organization Name and Address Systems Applications, Incorporated 950 Northgate Dr. San Rafael, Calif. 94903 ... ..., ....._ ___ _ _._...... 12. Sponsoring Organization Name and Addrcss Council on Environmental Quality 722 Jackson P1. N.W. Washington, D.C. 20006 15. Supplementary Notes ozone hydrocarbons air quality nitrogen oxides ... .,..... _ ..._.__..... .i"..~. 517714009 5. Rep.xt Date 5-2-77 s. V6Jq3A~ 8. Performing Urganir.ation dc- ho' EF77-33R 10. Project/Task/Work llnit ::o. r11. Conttact/Grant No. EQ7AD009 13. Type of Report & Period Covered Final 14. See also studies by Engineering-Science and Battelle Columbus. 16. Abstracts EPA is.currently considering a new ozone prediction method for calculat ing the'reduction in HC emissions necessary to achieve compliance with the*federal oxidant standard. This "EPA method" uses an isopleth diagram relating maximum ozone concentrations to HC and NOx concentra- tilysi I&ib rffo~t ~s 1) cqitAqt>p of the EPA method. M . .-... . ,. _._ . ~ ~ .~ I
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_50253 7572 1 QD 231 Me ~:B~etl~`t,; IlSerl: °r Compatibility tuid solnbility, 1968. Park Ridge, X. J., .Noyes Development Corp., 1968. 30-4 p. iltus. 28 cru. Bibliogrnpby : p. 301-304. 1. Sodubllity-Tnbles, etc. [. Title. ~,1DGG.N14 0 5-11'.342'0212 68-21098 Library o[ Congress 011 0 •3 n 000$ 047 7 . . sz wi. •. -l~+r _
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TS 2240 Me 1973 English) 50253 7568 _ DISSERTATIO;iS--Ui:IVia:SITY oF CALIFORNIA/ _ . .~ i PY}tROLIDT.hE SUUS1'ITUTED NICOTIta:--SYNTISL•-SIS/NIGOTItIt•:-LIt:E-CUPiPOUNDS/ ~ i:JR CIASS NO. TEXTh00K TS 2240 Me 1973 V...- (Univ: Calif.; Sa Fr:m cisco, Cal.if., U. S.) STUDY OF CO?iP0U1:DS RELATED TO N'TCOTINE. Univ. Calif., Ph. D. Thesis, San Francisco, Calif., 151 p. (1973) (in 1 ~The 4rork desctlbed !n thls dts:ertr.tlon !s eoncerned elth the~ 4 ps:rolldine ring and with the sschantrn of the )4eleent,elutr rersrante• ~ c.Ynthosis of rifcotins or.elots Learsrv, c1kY1 cvbstltvants on.the t . ~ ~ • o<:nt of aetne•):•oxldes., 00n0 J 04.7_3 -_.----I ._ _ , . -_...,_
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50253 7554 81 V~Gol ['c d= irels f.,,cBiochemi,~rX Dentistry and Oral Biology; Drug Meta6olism and Toxicology; Nervous System; Pharmacology; Psychology and Psychiatry, 9, 497 (1981) [1 , ~ MELATONIN AND MELANOCYTE-STIMU ING HORMONE (MSH) DO NO~R. PRODUCE CONDITIONED~STE AVERSIONS 'lk Peter Golus, Rob McGee and Maurice G. King Department of Prychology, The University of Newcastle, N.S.W. 2308, Australia Paper received: 13th Ap.n't 1981 Many psychoactive substances have been found to produce conditioned taste aversions. Among these are stimulants such as amphetamine and some of its congeners; anticholinergic drugs such as scopolamine; hallucinogens such as mes- caline and various CNS depressants compounds including barbiturate ethanol and morphine (see 1). Recently, the con- vulsant drug metrazol has been added to this list (2). For a number of years we have been studying the effects of the ~ pepti m~°~ e•s ' ul g ~o e~ SI~~ d the indoleamine melatonin within a number of behavioral paradigms (e.g: 34, S; 6). ~onstderir~thgt'thsuDltanc`Las neong produce behavioral but profound neurochemical effects we questioned whether they may not also prodpce tgstpsyer;ions, This was the aim of the present study. ..... ...~..~.+ ^'h.~+aw~"'0" .. F'~!. . _ ... ...~.+.qPw. ...
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50253 757Q- - '' ..`. _. :..,. _. ?S' t%l rJ'7p, , MIXiNG ACTION DURING YMER ~RUSION AND _M~jHODS FOR ITS ANALYTICAL DETERMINATION. + iornere R. Y.; Akutln. . 5.; 1tM1rllasuw111i4W lt.ti(USSR). Plast. Massv i969(8), 31- S(Ras). The sptrai motion of a.elt In a screw extruder was lnvestiyated. r Amethod for computing the residence time of the aelt In the screw channel and the magnitude of the deformation of .otion to which the various vol. elements of•the estrudabte material are sabjected was developed starting from a polytropic extruslon odel. The results obtained are useful for anal. of the aynltude of the mixing action encoentered by the polymer passing through the extruder. The advantages of conical screw extruders are stressed. . 0-300 n U3 _0_4._7---5 r
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sezs3 7sz1- a - ^i 8L y 4. / S y a 1 vort~ Sydnv.. H. lltoskowitZ, H. Jacobs and 8, Nebetrw .~. ~ AA MwF-F.'.-402-74 , • l+Mr.~inaaT.A.dnir'c~a.,a. ~ Qdor - Taste Interaction in Fruit Juice§// . s- B von Sydow: Swedish [nstitute for Food Preservation Research (SIK) Fack, S400 21 Gdteborg 16 (Sweden) H. Moskowitz, H. Jacobs and H. Meiselman: Pioneedng Research Laboratory, U.S. Anny Natick Laboratories Natick, Mass. 01760 (USA) lRecebed Amf119,1973. M+t1ll1 Amd'u1s ftrdred the arorrn of jour fiutt juices (appte, grape, cnvrberry and bfueberry) with a 22 word profrle, by a'snilf pooedun, and the taste + arotr.a of the sanre /uices with a 32 word profrk, by a'sip' procedurv. Biueberry and cranSerry Fiaes were presented with varying sucrose levels added to the base product Tht additional sucrose did not alter stgnb jioiatr the projfie determined from 'saij/Pir;; and little change in the headspace composition was noted with increasing monsa flowet+er, sucrose diminishtd the harsh tastes l'bitter; 'sour'. 'astrindenr; puckery J of blueberry and cranberry , pdae; braeased sweetr.ess, and incncsed orerati acceptability. The aroma notes evaluated by 'sippin;' also changed in - it+ae+ait3t Notes assocL^ted with pftasantness ( jragrant; 'sweet odor') increased with sucrose, notes associated with ar4[~ntness (tibleSar', 'lreen'j decreased Sucrose appears to enhance desirabte aroma by reducing the harsh taste oj.. sose bevertrgm on a pryclaofogic~al JeveS rather thatr actitg upon atry chemical constituents and thus modiJying the vapor - farrpostltvtc . . 6- eoducNoa 0~3 .0 .0 cI 0 ctcaucal£ra£tjon_ tsm diQerent levels: a) in the food itself (a physical or Elnor comprises primarily odor and taste. Although these atto'butes are, in principle, separate and perceptually dis- oisct properties, they interact frequently in foods. They are .be iatlueaced by other factors, such as texture, experience • ard exFectationf. The tasteodor interactions ccut occur at C L v'z' '- ~ •s. a 7 T ~ 7 MOULTON (3) summarized the thresholds for amyl acetate and ethyl alcohol, sensed at the tongue, at the olfactory muoosa, and at a number of other chemosensitive areas. For example, the olfactory threshold for ethyl alcohol is 10 M, whereas its taste threshold is 3M. Finally, a number of chemicals, especially the haloforms (e.a, chlorofornt, brornoform), have been reported to elicit both 'sweet taste' and 'sweet smell' (4). The differences between these attci= 1'us1~;c-s'v"°2,'Kb.~sart>faLc .. 1 . . ~' ~.. ~.- I
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50253 7578 Me ~,r Mei1ms 3aert ; 1'UM?C?Z: : EVALLIATZOa AiJD PERFOP,MA::CE. 1g57 181 Noyes Develcjm.;,nt Corp. Park Riu ;a , a. J. <)
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y - • ....e_..a r....:. I +.+tw I w a... ~4do19 ou ov£-o :_ l .a..._S.-..-_.. ...--..J...:+t...- ai . ...-c. (SS6T) oC£-EZ£ '-~T6-T °t~aa •gSpTzqm-3 •o3lDTjqursO •nxa[i "POt 'ucsT49c:qtw:) •dwGg amz; Iq*s •3 p'.:v •t` r4/~ a~1 ~:~.~ sV 1 ll 1~ 9~/ SffNlaqosd ll i.. vI,C1 :,0 S•J /I !.jTJ t+\'r (896T) : i Zall v 1 6SS[ fSZOS ~.:. . .
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, •-. - 50253 7555 ..........._ -•" ... ~ 78 RI Ad -78 S P ' : 1 ' I a H~INmasonm AwEr } ~1 RJR CLASS NO. PAi~iPHLET 78 Adl s.p. GANtJING CIGARETTE ADVERTISING 0~1 AUSTRALIAN TV AND RADIO HAS NOT REDUCED CONSU-.PTION. !:elbourne Age 1917, M.P. (June 22, 1977) - in English I ., o-~0o0, o3a46 0
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50253 7564 J . . - .-..,_ - iVIl i Me3 (1968) Me1andakPedcm L: kIS'TOLOuIC.AL ASPECTS O? Ti!F PUSARIU*f 41ILT- NOOT KNOT CC}tCPLEX IN F'hU'r;-(:Z".'•_A Tnr;".G",O. M C. State University 'iooarco ke7ari.nt SPria.s No. 224), by Pedro L. Na;rinder., r.1d a. T. Pofr~~).1 Ri:priated ircm: Phytopathology, 57 (No. 3) ~~Io 252 (:larch, 1967) 0 .3 nOt1-0 3 o46 9
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, TOBACCO--CUTTING/TOBACCO--MANUFACT(JRE & TRADE--TECHNOLOGY/ 81 VIII Me SJR CIASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VIII He *ftrdilt%W-~3~`' ~'.~- (Krasnocar Polyteckh. Inst., Krasnodar, USSR) !lATHEMATICAL MODEL OF THE FORCE FOR CUTTING TOBACCO. Izvest. Vuz. Pishch. Tekhnol. 1980, No. 4, 86#9 (1980) (in Russian with English abstr.) On the basis of numerous experiments, a regression equation was developed for the determination of the force of tobacco cutting from six major factors of the cutting process, such as radius of the dullness of the cutting edge of -the knife, density of the'tobacco layer, moisture of tobacco, angle of the cutting edge, cutting angle of tobacco and width of the tobacco shreds. The mathematical model developed from these factors was tested and proven to be sufficient for practical application and the final equation permits the dete,in:fi11 o g~ c - o to _ c~ %tting vith sufficient accuracy under +~-,~
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z 9 0 0 9 () () 0 0 f 0 1746Y `xmawH W"A70'S 'iYNANQNS a 4AoQ~.' 4G10TTV4 f LLSL ESZOS
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50253-7571 bjc'::dcR bltl.ograpbv. 273 p, illus. 24 cm. NHw I ork, Pergamon Pr--ss, 1. Plasticizers. L Title. TP247.7..,:1 668.41 60-5320~ ~ Ltbrary of Omigress 125, 0-~n0 n.0 34476 . I . ~~. . . .~ _ + . _ _ .. . _ ._ _ j . . i T>~' ~ i 247 ~ ~ Tliv brhavior of p1;t.•i,icizer;. ~ 1061.
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50253 7574 SOLVENTS/HYDROCARBON SOLVENTS/AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/HYDROCARBONS,FLUORINATP.LI HYDROCARBONS, CHLORINATED/HYDROCARBONS, BROMINATED/NITROPARAFFINS/ i SULFUR COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC/METHANOL/ETHYL ALCOHOL/ALCOHOL, MONOHYDRIC/ PROPYL ALCOHOL/ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL/BUTYL ALCOHOL/' ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL/ ETHYLENE GLYCOL/GLYCOLS/PROPYLENE GLYCOL/GLYCEROL/SORBITOL/PHENOLS/ALDEHYDF~ ETHERS/KETONES/ACIDS/AMINES/ESTERS/ 0 ! 1 V DU V l 1 l1/"1A... SC) LV!_..N1 S HANDBOOK ~ Second Edition ~_ tbw Meifan" ! YNOYES DATA CORPORATION ' ' Park Ridge, New Jersey, U.S.A. 1977 ~.... . ~ _ , . _,., _. _Y_
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.: ' . . ... ~,....w.~i.i.e: 50253_7573 `: I-tandbook of solvents. New York, I:einhold Pub. Corp. i1957- ( v. tilus. 24 cm. ~ Includes blbllograpby. CON'18NT8.-r. 1. Pure hydrocarbons. , 1. Sohents. L Title. TP247.5.D139 •541.37 541.346 57-8430 j Library of Congress t201 0.3 (J 0 0 0 3 0 4 78 I I
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~ aAyo-,r7.4,rr. s~ y'pk'7 M-1- / 1Ga CONVERSION OF ORGANIC SOLID WASTES INTO YEAST An Economic Evaluation I r• . : This report was prepared for the *II Bureau of Solid Waste Management + ~ 0` 3 n 0 n (~) ~s4rc~ D&i~yon, IONICS~INCORPORATE•D 50253 75B0 '
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PSYCHOSOMATIC M ICINE/MEDICINE, PSYCHOSOMATIC/ BEHAVIORAL SCIEIE/BIRTH WEIGHT/EMOTION/ANXIETY/STRESS/ BIOFEEDBAClC/ Foundations of Psychosomatics BlW br Protessor Marpnt J. Christie Srb+J ylS"n b h~#o1v{r U.i.w+iry' M~ad ow Dr Y4*#-.bWkft% Haror Hayi~d. fjaw~
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50253 7586 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK RC 565 Me 1981 2*12T ed. ) ; ADVANCES IN SUBSTANCE ABUSE. BEHAVIORAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH. VOL. 2. A RESEARCH ANNUAL. Jai Press Inc..Greenwich, CT.81.(IN s ENG.) . ISN = 638 0•3000030491
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50253 7575 ~ TP 247 Industrial plasticizers. Oxford, New York, Pergaraon Press; Ldistributed in the Western Hemisphere by 11lacmil- lan, New York, 1963. Sz, 302 p. tables. 24 cm. Bibliography: p. 291-202. 1. P'.usiicizers. i. Title. TP2-17.7.bi43 1963 668.41 62-673-1 ~ t¢IJ
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50253 7542 ,, VI Re9-80 SlP. DETERMINATION OF N-NITROSAMINES IN FOOD PRODUCTS INTENDED FOR PROLONGED STQRAGE• , ~ YAK .u.~r:6is.ins..r D~B: j}'frlati.t~.~, . . ,~ S. Me.~.~ea n./~.' -_ /9~9) OfIPEAE][EHHE N-HHTPO3A11HHOB B rlHUIEBblX I1POlIYKTAX, 11PF,/XHA3HA9EHHbIX I111A AnHTE11bHOfO XPAHEHHA HacnTpT aaraaaa AMH CCCP, Moclva H3BlCTHO, qTo psr;X N-HHTpo3a.IHHCa (HA) o6r.aAaeT BbipMeHHbaux 1CiHlteporeHHw/H CBOI3CTBaMH no OTHOweHt11O K pa371i9HbriM BH;Xa11 iKHBOT• abu. XapaxrepHOA oco6eHHocTblo HA JIBnxercl; cnoco6aocTb o6pa3oBbt• BaTbcR H3 npeJxwecTBeHHHxos - HHTpHTOB n aMHHOS xax a nlinleabix np0- )WKTax, TaK H B i1{HBOM OpraHH3Me. H3 oTeQecTSeHHMX npodiyxTos naH6oaee noap06HO H3y4exbt C TOqKB speHHA coAepxcaHnx HA smcHbre a phIGHbte npolryxTbt (csexcHe, sapeHble, acapeNble, Co.7esbre H xonyeH6le) [1-3], a TaxMCe 3epHOBMe H OBODUI [4]. HacrOAntaA pa6ora nocaauaesa H3y9eHii}O coaepacaBHa HA B nHate- sbu npom.yxrax, npe,QHa31ia4eHHblx s1+lA A.9HTe:IbHoro xpaaeHnR - 1(oHcep- sax, KoNUeHTparax, c)•weHb>x 4)pyhTax, rpH6ax H ap. Hco6xOAHasocTb Ta- xOrO nCCJ1ea083HHA 06yC.lOB7e8a BO3MO?KHOCTbx1 O6pa3083HHa HA a nD0- ~ i !(ecCe xpaHeHHA H npaKTit9ecx8 nOAHbiM OTCyTCTBHeM AaHHdx 06 9TOlt. NNeK)TCA TO:1bK0 OTae.9bHble COo6l1(eHH1a 06 o6Hapy;tceHSU HA a pbT6HUnc soxcepaax [2]. 0.3 0 0 a 030447 I
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~...~.._.~ ~ ~ .. . 50253 7585 , TOBACCO--SMOKING--P YCH0L0GY/DRUG ABUSE/ALCOHOLISM/MARIHUANA/ FETUS/PHENCYCLIDINE~ACP)=angel dust/GENETICS--ALCOHOLISM/ ~ RC 565 Me 1980 0 V `•- x .. ....JJJ .~ 0•30 0 0 030490 * ADVANCES IN Editor: NANCY-K•. MELtt7I -SUBSTANCE ABUSE Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Center Behavioral and Harvard Medical School- Biological Research McLean Hospital A Research Annual VOLUME I • 1980 AIlAI PRESS INC. Greenwich, Connecticut
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50253 7569 78 XII Ca ,, . osna - N. , Jr. , ~1 . , Castagnoli ti V ' : . ~. :.. .., , RJR CLASS NO. PA.MPHLEr 7A XII Ca , *(no affil.)* THE SYNTHESIS OF YRROLIDINE-SUBSTITUTED ICOTINE ANALOGS. Jour. Pharm. Sci. 58 (No. 7) 860-63 (July 1969) (in English) . v Ai part of a proy,ram to synthesize nicotine homolotis ! and analogs, the potentially versatile condcnsation of 3-pyridyl i lithium %sith a I-pyrroline-l-oxide (e)clic nitrone) has been studied. ~ The product, an N-hydroxynornicotine dcrivative, was obtained 1 in modcrate yield and could be converted by uay of the correspond- ing myosmine and nornicotine compounds to the desired gcm- dimcthylnicotine homolog. Spectral characteristics of these and ~ ecrtain side products are reported. ..Y..~ ...~.•. ....r 0
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50253 7581 , REF TS 2240 Me .1832 +w. SNUFF/. . . '/TOBACCO--HISTORY/ TOBACCO--POETRY/ . .. '~: ... .. . ~... t. u ... v-:.. ~... J ~. ~ . .. .i. ,. .. NICOTIANA: OR THE SMOKER'S AND SNUFF TAKER'S , `,tin.•.....'~ .~... 1i~•~ ~•. .'L.1. .,'} 0 a'~~~4n a3 6 4 a6 COMPANION. R<; - -X .. . _: .,~.+. .. ...... , .. ~ _
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t 50253 7576 ~ i f . " ~ 1 ~ I TP Uellaa,YIbert.". ~ 247 Industrial solvents. 2d ed. New 1•ork, P.einhold, li)::w. M ' z, 753 p. diagrs., tables. ^4 cm. includes biblioaraphies. •1. Solvents. 2. Chemistry, Technical. 3. Chemicals-Jlanutact::~.• and Industry. I. Title~•' "~ r1 TP2 47.6:3i~- 1~J50 t_ 660 Librnrv_ot.Conzre,;ii t`'=dtl~t,.. ~ , 03•o0 n0 3 0 48 1 . .. ~ . .~,.~.
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50253 7563 p IZZ :W"PoI ~90"'4aC G0 &a.t.0 - - T .~~041CO - - ' 449,d __--._ - _,~....._..._y......-....~- ----- = -.._.. __.~__..^._...~.__... _ ...__~ .~ __....__ ~ , . RJC CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 VII Pol ~ocrell, N. Ti;' 2~lendes, P: `..; $atten, C. K. (North Carolnn'State Univ., Depw Plant Pathol., Raleigh, N. C.. U. S.) PISk:AvE COMPLEXES IN TOBACCO INVOLVING MP:LOIDOGYaE INCOGNITA A.*:D CE :TAIN SOIL-BORNE FL'NGI. *Q0 C. State Univ., Tobacco Reprint Ser. 350.)* Phytopathology bl (No. 11) 1332-1337 (.Vov. 1971) (in English) \ ... •.._.-
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t 50253 7579 I St7-79 Stanford Research International S.P.. RADIATION PROCESSING By Roo4a4~9-:Milbarqj (SRI International, Research Report No. 618 August, 1979) Business Intelligence Program 0-3 00n 430 48 4 7 . wY'P. .. .-i0 n
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50253 7595 VII Me absorption of sugar by the leaves of young tobacco plants. Raleigh, North Carolina State College, 1956. 11 p. 0•300n 030S() 0 _r.~ .,.,. . . _ . . y, _
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t 50253 7583 0 VI Re -79 S.P.9 . d 42 538 IIWIBITION.OF PLATELET AGGREGATION BY NITRIC OXIDE. TOBACCO SMOKE AND NITROSO COMPOUND5,NHICH ACTIVATE PLATELET SOLUBLE 1 GUANYLATE CYCLASE. &'Theo Melflon* E1iot H. Ohlstein• a~b rtL• Hyman,_Louis J. Qnarro and Phi tp J. Kadow tz. Oepartme Pharmacology and Surgery, Tulane Medica Schoo b New Orleans, LA 70112. The objective of the present study was to ascertain the effects on platelet aggregation of nitric oxide (N0), tobacco smoke (TS), nitroorusside (NP) and nitrosoguanidine (MNNG), agents known to stimulate cGMP formation in many tissues. Platelet-rich plasma from cat and human were aggregated with 1.0 vM AOP, and aggregation was monitored with a Chrono-log dual channel aggregometer. Platelet soluble guanylate cyclase (GC) activit was determined by measuring [32-P] cGMP forma- tion from a-~32-P] GTP, using either MgGTP or MnGTP as sub- strate. 0.1-1 yl N0, 0.5 ml T5, 0.1 aM NP and 0.1 mM MNNG each completely abolished platelet aggregation and activated it up to 100-fold. Methemoglobin reduced the inhibitory effect of NO on platelet aggregation and GC activation. GC activation by NO, NP and MNNG was markedly reduced by wn- taninating heme, and the effects of NP and MNNG, but not NO, were enhanced with dithiothreitol. These data suggest that stiwlation of cGMP formation is associated with inhibition of platelet aggregation. (Supported by USPHS HL 15580 and ° AM 17692) 0,3000:o3o4ss
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50253 7566 y Journat ojEpidenriologr and Comrranity Health, 1979. 33,164-169 . VI Reql31 THE RELATIROA7~RYPILL S.P. _ AND RESPI ESSNIN~PR~MARYRSCHOOLCHILDRENM NITROGEN DIOXI"L • ikf~°"~#~ttAtS. CHfNti, C. DV V. FLOREY, B. D. GOLDSTEIN. P. A. HU%TER. AND A. G. F. B R 00 K S. St. Thomas's Hospital Sfealird School The relationship betwcen respiraton illness and indoot air pollution from nitrogen dioxide (1O,) arising from aas cooking was investigated in 808 schoolchildren aged 6 and 7 living in htlcWlesbrough. Information on lung function. respirator.• s)mptoms. demographic dau..nd kitchen NO. measurements were a•ailable for 61% of the children. Outdour smoke and sulphur dioxide Ic.cls were low in the area (annual averages both <;Sµg/m3). Outdooi `Os kvcls measured during one w•cek by 75 •amplers r.nged from 14 to 24 pph (1 tN). w hereas kitchcn NO.levels ranged from four to;tu pph. and bedroom levels in 125 randomly 'sckcted hom.% ranged frum three to 169 ppb. Kitchen k.els were significant)} higher in ga% than in elearic {,itchens. The pi.h •rknce of respiraturt illnehs was highcr tn children frnnr hamcs with Fa. ctxj{ en than in tm.e frum homcswithckctriccdx1/.en(P <tt• 1t)) after allowing for the effects of srt an,) social das. Thr numbcr of eirarette smohcr% in the home did not differ hetwccn the hom,y.vith gas and thosc with el..ct rtc coeilera. The prc%alencc w•as alw a..ociated in 1>,nh scae% with bedroom \Os kvch (P <11•/)S). The di.trihuti- 0(x)cFrl cla.. and numhcr of smakers did nut .•an with hrJrilom %*(3% kccl.. As the hcJroum k%eh wcrc catrcmch kiw•, anj nu s.Kk-iation ww% found hctwe<n thc prcn•rlcn.V and lttcficn Ir~el.. it wa% eun.idcrrd that low ind6>,x teml+rratur.J an.: high humidity were likeh caux.).f the awxiation with ga% ahC/ng ~ .~... Summary of papers presented at the meeting of the Society for Social Medicine in Leeds, September 1975 ? ~. 0, 300+~o3 0 4
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50253- 760Q^" - ~ TP 370 Me 1975 PDDL A T E A C H I N G M A N U A L O N ~F 0 O D__ A N D ~~ U T R I T I O N N O N'S C I E N C E M A J O R S 'Danie~.: Melr:ivkj Ph.D., 1974 Department of Chemistry Florida Atlantic University Boca Raton, Florida F O R Updated and Revised,.1975 THE NUTRITION FOUNDATION, INC. Office of Education and Public Affairs 888 Seventeenth Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20006 0.3 0 0 0 0 3 0 5 0 5
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50253 7593 i 3 Cu ~ .* ..~fr~ ?V . ft JA k Curr . q, . (1968) PARTtiL}:S 1FGR PROFIT: A Study of Franchieing, by J. A. U. Curry, J. S. Larkuortuy, C. A. M211ox, 1. H. Mokenfl$e, T. B. Karria, 3. B. HaZa, S. J. Schaffor, end G. A. Vare, Jr. ' 1966 128 Pant:s AmOricAa M,anRS"ent Aja:acinti::n, Ina. Ivew Ycrw ~,..~-....- o.3oQna"3 o4-9A
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IY[slw%j k.Ivin Cwr 1aw ~- , Qul.ltit«tivo nnnlysis: methods of separation and mensure- nlent. New York, Crowe11,1955: GfK p. 1llns, 25 cm.
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I 50253 759a • SUBLIMATIOW •/HEAT--TRARSFER/FAOD--FREE7.E flRYING/ , TP 363 Me 1978 Fundamentals of 1978 /Freeze-Drying ~ f=:-V'. :Meflo*., Cow+Rontcsaltlt Scientific and Ixhmtrial R.uarcb OrjaKisatioo Oiriiioa of Food Raearcle NonA Ryd., `!'Nl South Walff Australia . • :1CADEMIC PRESS LONDON NEW YORK SAN FR.aAfCISCO :1 '~;nbsidirtry of flarcot~rt Brace Jovanovich, Aeblisiurs .. O.3 QQt10 3 0499
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I i 50253 7565 3 SMOKING HABITS--ST'JDF.NTS/TOBACCO--SMOKING--SUItVE; : ,,. ` ,, , ,,, , , , , ~.. ...vr....o._.~•r..-.........-_- - a.. , .. •:~...~e-..r..x.~...a-_.....~a.~.r.....~__....r 1 ~- RJR CLASS NO. PANIPEU.ET 73 X Li3 ~ l.ipp, M. ; Tinklenber£, J: ; Bensdn, Taintor, Z; Peterson, ". (Stanford Medical Center, Dep. Psychiat., Stanford, Calif., U.S.; St. Univ. N.Y. at Buffalo, Dep. Psychiat., uuffelo, N.Y.,U.S. (Taintor);Nebraska Psychiat. Inst. , T.ir,coln, Neb., U. S. (I'eterscn) ) MEDICAL STUDENT USE OI' 'w1RIJUANA, ALCOHOL AND CIGARETTES: A STUDY OF ~ FOUR SCHOOLS. .'` '" V a Int. Jour. Addic. 7 (No. 1) 141-152 (1972) - in English ~ 73 X Li I t *1.9.73,..`o. 10.,._W.4432* -*1t* • Tobacco analysi3) 1
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50253 7597 5S 1 r1 ~L b J~~o (1 1, 31 . Me t Sellor, JoLeph Wi11inm • ~ I V-L-1 ' _A COk"pRF.Hrfi`1VE TREATISE CN INCRGAivIC AND 'hII:ORETICAL CHINISTRY, by J. W. Mellor ... London, New York (etc.) Longrr.ans, Green and Co~ la "16 v. illus., diagrs. 25 cm. Contains bibliographies. viOI1 ~ ,~.~s .~ . ~-..-• T_ ._ r-..,. ....~...~..,.. 01• 3 0 0 n 0 3 4 5 0 2 r _ ~.,. . .._
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50253 1596 j Fef. QD 31 X . v ~ A comprehensive treatise on inorganic and theoretical chemistry. by J. W. Mellor ... London, New York letc.l Lon-mans, Green and co.,1922-1371 ~ i3 -501)sr , p 1. Chemistry, Inorganle. 2. Chemistry, Physical and theccetlcal. . CZD31.3152 22 -77v.^. Jdbrary of Congres.q t53r-10..J2t Iti v. Illus., dtagrs. 25 cm. Contains bibliographies. v:1, ! - I 1~ 0-30 0n 0305- A I _ __... ~..~.-.r.~.~ad ,..ti.~..
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--- 81 11 -i/a Jua. 13, 1981 THE MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA ~43 ~ 643 50253 7584 VALUE OF CO 81NINQ Ba SYMPATHOMIMETIC ETERED AEROSOL. AND ORAL THEOP LLiNE IN CHILDREN WITH STHMA' Med. J. Aust, 19$1. 1: 843--844. : We report tha results of a double blind controlled trial on 12 children with clinical asthma. Each child received three different treat- ment regimens: tarbutaline sulphate 0.6 mp (Bricanyl) via a metered aerosol: orally ad- ministered theophylline 6 my/k9 (Somophyllin) i or a combination of both. As expected. tha metered aerosol therapy produced significantly greater early bronchodilatation than therapy with theophyiline alone. in addition, the combined therapy produced a significantly greater broncho- dilatation after three hours than the metered aerosol alone (P<0.08). Th(s trend was also observed after one and two hours, but did not reach si0nificanca (0.1>P>0.06). We conclude that there is value In combining a B, sympatho- P. P. VAN AS1EnEN, M..., Ei.li., F.R.A.C.r., ~it NMMRC Research AEwciats, `~~R r. M",rE.ti., a.3., i.n.A.c.P., Head, DepaAment of Respiratory Medicine, R. T. SouTH. Chief Technician, Department of Respiratory Medicine, S. J. SIMPSON, ..SC., Technician, pepartment of Respirstory Medicine. Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, Camperdown, N.S.W. 2050. Age Y i d P S Bsseline FEV, ant ( ears an at Months) ex A 8 C I 131} M 2.0 (87%) 2.2 (73%) 1.3 (43%) 2 15 M 3.0 (86%) 3.5 (100%) 3.0 (86%) 3 10} M 1.4 (64%) 1.5 (68%) 1.3 (59%) 4 12,% F 1.4 (61%) 1.3 (57%) 1.2 (52%) 5 16rjt F 2.0 (69%) 1.2 (41%) 1.6 (55%) 8 16}} F 1.8 (59%) 0.8 (30%) 0.7 (26%) 7 5 M 1.0 (71%) 1.0 (71%) 1.0 (71%) 8 13}~ M 2.4 (100%) 1.4 (58%) 2.3 (96%) 9 13x} M 0.8 (38%) 1.4 (67%) 1.0 (48%) 10 8,& M 0.5 (29%) 1.3 (76%) 1.0 (59%) 11 13 M 0.7 (25%) 0.9 (32%) 0.9 (32%) 12 13t F 2.1 (84%) 2.0 (80%) 2.2 (88%) Mean (SD) 1.58 (0.75) 1. 54 (0.74) 1.46 (0. 69) ' FEV, in titres/second. with nnrcent rw.Air.-A i^ ---- " 43A0+~tl304 8 9 ..~,, . 1...~_
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Ro s~ SecLO e~ ef N&AUL J440r: l(1~ .Z9• 3.Z ~Fi.~i. /QPI~ F~G . Health Indoor Air Pollution and its Effects on " H. H. JOHN, D. CLARK, I. B. CRAIGHE and A. WEBSTBR .. Department of Community Medicine, St. Thomas's Hospital Medical School, London,SE17EH ._.;. -: --: :. - . •• R: ~.S..P~Y. D~iELIA'~,C. dutV. FLOREY, S. CHINN B. D. GOLDSTEIN,' A. G. F. BROOKS,= 3 1 ~ ~ IX Re2-81 . ~ . _ . . . ~ -.. 46. , . . . . ~ . ., ,r . N'I'RODUCTION • home and the indoor environment was thought to carboo dioxide (SOa) by the rapid increases in mortality and ~" • morbidity rates which occurred during episodes of Formawehyde smog (Ministry of Health, 1954). Major disasters of-~ • . this kind have not arisen from pollution inside the Nitrosea r E past research into the effects on health from airTHpollution has concentrated on outdoor pollut- nts. In the U.K. attention was drawn to the prob- lem of high levels of atmospheric smoke and sulphur O- 3 ooon3 047x . >-.. b_~.-~ . . ; T&st.a I S»mmaty of aome indoor air poUutanti, their aources and potential efiecta oo health - Poaatat4 : Aabeato~ BuUdinj materiak Cias appliancea Tobaoco stnoke Buildins materia4 (ias applianai ~~ anoke Potential ettect on health Cancer Hypoxia ° Irritation to eyes and respintory tract Re$piratory iUneta • 50253 ?567
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_ . ; 50253 7599 I MeB7-78 S.P. O. ' American /Vlaric¢ting Association An Annotated Bibliography Bibliography 5eries #26 New Product Planning Management of the Marketing/R & Dinterface: Compiled by: Robert R. Rothberg ~ Rutgers University and Dowd 61 7"•T''f7iV~~Y~I" '.r ~ ~ Louisiana Tech University 222 S. RiversicJe Plaza 9 Chicago. Illinois U.S.A. 9 (3t 2) 64f3 0536` ~
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50253 7604 ~ . RESIDUE REVIEWS -0 Residues of Pesticides and Other Foreion Chemicals in Foods and Feeds / Yo l, 'c.HrNr1S'z'RY OF PESTICIDES ~~ Br f llniversuy af ~tuseow Edited by FRANCES A. GUNTHER and JANE DAVIES GUNTHER 0.3. _ n n(~ /`~P]','CQR_~k1OG 9 Riverside, California NE\V ~'C~Y,K • ] IEIDFLf31:RG HF.RLIN ' 1 971 1'ranslated frorn thc Russian by ' . ~, ~ , ~a. . .._ . , . ...A~. . RU TN L.13US8EY -
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_._- . -_ - 50253 7592 . - _-- - :'---_J, ~ DICTIONARIES--MEDICINE/MEDICINE--DICTIONARIES/ REF - M'ulGL®NI'S3 Q ~Jo, ~f~~1~ .t~'~D `~ 123 Ida Dox MED1LCAR±L LeuaV•pW { 197 9 ~ ~- ~~DIC''IO~~A~RY • °~.~: ~ ~ Biagio John Melloni, Ph.D. (card:ciate) THE WILLIAMS & WILKINS COMPANY Bal;imore Rok.aunal l,atura f. AnaWny CLirft., pep.nmeY of Medial-[kn,d Comfnun,.aN.m N ONejeuu'. l•ni.rn'ty ScAoob olMeJaceaW Uem~wr, ' M.dical An FAi1af • Mwdc.n f'wi/~ fAr-rn Gilbert M. Eisner, M.D., F.A.C.P. Adjuna Ai.onau Pra.a.w af Phvsidoov .nJ Bie^6rtio Csuqsu.. d Mn1nm. Cli.it.1 Anoatiaw hofe+ut of MNKU~e Geapw,.. l'.wenity Ho.ppul 3eeiur MunJing PUY•ki.. W..Aiagw. HapW Csaei 0•303 0497 . i
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50253 7591 ., .. . u REF i • , a, 1 L LU '~: 3, T"t ~ sA' T E D DICTIONARIES--MEDICINE/MEDICINE--DICTIONARIES/ 1Ly ®my'c! M~' ' Medical Commuaicstor CeocEew.n Ud.enitr A~boob of Ufedioae a.d ~Dcnt+atry DICTIONARY Me ~~~~~~ ~ Ida >3ox 1979 il Ta`"""' `°'e,`°`'"" -BftV8~J*h1FtVlelloni4 Ph.D. (car,d:date) *1 0 Qallimore Prokfwrial l.eaturcr i. Anatomy CYaimaR [kparuaealof Mcdical-[4nu1 Caninuni.atw. THE WILLIAMS & W/LK;f~tS COMPANY ~~-~e unt~.na. s~nads dAfWrcw aad Donumry • Madicd An Eaital Aar.lna. f'aarl. YU,r>tcr Gilbert M. Eisner, M.D., F.A.C.P. Adjwm Asuociate Protesrx of PApidep• aai etinhvcia Csurfawra Uai.cn,ry S.h.al of MeJicao. CiaiW Auotun trrfww of a1elK%x G.a%eta%a Uancelty Hocpual 3eai.x AuaaJia~ Poy~cW MaaliaCw. Hwpul Ceatee n- • - +
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.50253 7606 76 II Re2-80 S. P. . . -~ ....__ ~ OV8i:102s36x 8-Phencthlt-tl-n-Klueopyranoside from the ftowers of rosa gallica. titel'r„kor. V. N45 BuRorskii. i'. S.; A1ed.cdkovs. V. V. 1Vses.,Xauchno-lssled. lnst. Efiromoslichnvkh Kul't., USSR). Khim. Prir- SotJin_1975. 11(fi). 80-, (Russ). i a aOOy GN.r• MO t jf-Phenethyl-d-trRlucopvrsnoside (Ci.H:nOR) t1) was isolated from ezts. of fresh rose lhr.ers by silics Rel column chrnmatog. b1.p. was 3A-9•. (ulay .'~.5•. Acid and enzvmic hydrulvsis yielded t>-Klucou and d-phenethyl ale. V. Habermann .,
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50253 7614 i` rw4o~?~~7 ,970 ~ P~~/i'• 3 T~ f` 7'o -~iz,0.4t,~'/ ~~/r-.r~a..a Tropical Products Institute TV9TOTr /97a t 0:.3 0000 0 0 S i 9 r ~ ~'f rccs ~~/ ~ Proceedings of the Conference on tropical and sub7ropical fluits Held at the London School of Pharmacy. Brunswick Square. London 15th • 19th Senteml.er. 1363 i
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50253 7588 QC 437 1•S ~A~+!iit~g~S~r~Gctt~-1€+8A- ed. Annlyticnl Asor7t3o11 spectroscopy; absorptimetry nnd colorinictry. New York, tV',ey t19501 vit, 018 p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1. Absorption spectra. 2. Spectrum nnalysts.. 3. Colorin;etrs. ~I QC437A,f43' 535.3 50-8103 Library of Cona ess "" {51v=151 0'.3aot1Q30493
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V F 50253 7587 TOBACCO--ALCOHOL--RCLATIONSHIP/TOBACCO--SMOKIIVG--PSYCHOLOGY/ ; 81 X Nl@ gcyword.: Heroin aJdiction -()garcttc.moking Pol d ~ ' y rug u - ;t trcxon t3uprcnorphin .V.e -c I'lrychopharma.vl,)v% 1.7 , 1S-,r_ tty,41)) ~ fi SlfAdiitti Citt Ski Effects o erone-mnsraon ongareemong ' ' Yaitcy It. Md1oklack H. Mcndclson, Margaret, L. Sellers, and John C. 1Cuchnlc ~ Alk6hos.:A lhug Abu.. Research Center. Harvard M.dical Scha+l. McLean Hospital. ] 113Aordl Strat. tklm.mt. Mu.achusetts 0217tt. U.S.A. Abstract. Ci_:arct:c 3,moking increased during heroin s<~If-adminiatration in compari..m to drug-frce and methadone dctoaili:ation conditions in eight heroin addicts given nalacxonc placcho(P<0.01) and three heroin addicts given huprenorphine placebo. Cigarcttc smoking Haa atahlc acrosa conditions for one subject who dia not use heroin during naltrexonc blockade of hcroin effects. Fi% c +.ibjccts smoked significantly more (P< 0.0! 1 during the hour tiollim ing a heroin injection than during the preceding hour, and two subjects in the :amcgroun.mok; d,i__nifie~antfy less following a heroin injW-tion (P < U_u.~ ) Stibjcct% smoked significantly alcohol consumption induces increased cigarette smok- ing in alcohol addicts (GrifPiths ct al.. 1976). These /indings confirm the association between cigarette smoking and alcoholism indicated by .clf•rcport data (Dreher and Fraser. 1967: Malctzky and Klotter. 1974: Walton.1972). Social drinkcrx, not addicted to alcohol. have also been shu% n to smoke more during pcriod> of heavy drinking (Mcllo ct al., 1979a). Thc covarianx bctw-4.vn smoking and drinking in a LnotVof pohdrug users appeared to hc a+rcifc to alcohol and tobacco. ('igarcttc smoking did not covar% uith mariiuana smoking, and marijuana use aplxarcd to be indc- i . O.~oOn43©.49x . ~.... ~ . ..Yd 0
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50253 7599 i QP 361 Qu ac. . Ed3 tor) t j Qvar ton, Carcir.?r C. ;:LLaRGS'.'T,u;Ci:S, S, A Stu:3f Prodram, by Cardner C. (juF,rton, Theo-lQre tdelneciyuk and urcnc3s O. Scnmitt 1967 962 Pv~, cs,cs Tt-.a Rockefel.ler University I1-reso Ne:-,; York . • i • • . O-~oAo0~o5c14 Me].uechuk,_ Thefldore . ( - .. _.-
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50253 7589 ' le •- {W-. - . -- -'~r-.--' QD Mellon, Melvin Guy,.1S9' fi Chemical puLlications, their nature and use, by Nf. G. M Diellon ... 2d ed. New York and London, McGraw-Hill book company, inc., 1940. x11, 284 p. incl. tllus., forms. 21 cm. (Hal(-title: International chemical series; J. F. Norris. PH. v., and Louis P. Iiammett, Pa. v-i consulting editors) 14 1. s~, -)'tit-- 1. Chemistr,r-Eibl. 2. Chemistry-Study and teaching. 3. Bibliography-Best books-Chemistry. r. Title. 40-100G7 f--Z552i.2%i52 1940 ~-~ 016.54 Library of Congress " t5.'ie"21
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50253 7616 - Wr,lresCf Kasdrlak 3.t AN E/MPtRtCAL STtMY ON OPTIh3T.INC ADYERT=tfQ POLMY c7our. of Ausiness ~+2 Z::~ i2 ii~yy) ..r..:s.,v-T-.. o..3 nono3 os~ t
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.: TP . ~ -. .: 370 Cu FREE2E--DRYING/RXERTR PaT?:`0.ZS--F00D/PEKYDRATION/ 1971 , PINEAPPLE,JUICE/MANSACITRUS FRUI9'S/ ' "'r . ,_. ,,... ..... .-. - F,qOD PROCESSING REVIEW NO. 21. .. :. ^ ..,:.PDDL - .... . ^ • • :.. r-rf". . . Fru~.t Processing : Milton Gu:terson . 1971 Thirty-Siix Dollars NOYES DATA CORPORATION Noyes Building Park Ridge, New Jersey 07656, U.S.A. t~ ~_..•iP.rr .. . ...~.:~ ~ . . .. . , . .. . - . _. , . . -. •- --.. ; O"eeK a ,P6 Fvz7=) - - '.-. .^ ••~•• --=._ ._... ...y ...a?..:... .••... .. 03oQn o^~0515 _t. , -__
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: ~.... . ~.~'-., ~...- . 90 5 0 £0 u0 0 9•0 - ....~t~..~~.:.,..:.~ I EIs=,,a'1'Te~ ~oa-t~ c~I sc;ot~o3TTq^d 1s~YP3S~ a~;n* ~ ~ v;>vi•d US F,yLi ~a3qjOF~ ~Si PSd:1 1 ~ ,rj`!1s 71.7 ~~310~~ '~ [{(l c'C'L~ ~ 21 3..r t•. ~}:Si3J~ Aq * •Da tq3~) M:;IA'3H f 1 ---j-xcoc{:mv,',;3f) "i udasor ..x0TUIaW i7 ., ..-..... , . ~, -...-- ~•x=; . : -. . . : - ~.~. ~.~r,~~:...,~.:...... ~.~ t091 £SZOS --.s
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HANDLING; TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE OF FRUITS AND VEGETAB LE S V,olume 1, Seco 'Edition egetables and _ i6ron~.t A. Lloyd Ryall, M.S. U.S. Department of Agriculture (Retired) Formerly, Chief, Horticultural Crops Research Branch, Agricultural Research Service / s AVI PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. 0 0 n ';O 3 0 Wgstpqrt, Jonnecticut Werner J Lipton, Ph.D. Principal Plant Physiologist, Market Quality Research Division, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Fresno, California
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50253 7622 4 McCrone, Walter C Fusion methods in chemical microscopy. New York, In- terscience Publishers i1957, - 307 p. ltlus. 24 cm. Includes bibliogrnphies. 1. 1licroscope and microscopy. 2. EAcrochemistry. 3. 11'usion. LTitle. l(„TT221.M35 (~ 578 56-10822 ± Ubrary of Congress ~ '/ 1251
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r 9(J) az 1G - 1 '1 7 ` H!` lfttlKE€'NIKOt, P. S. BUCORSKid ~ , METHOD FOR QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF GLUCOSIDES OF htOVOTERPENE AND ARWIATIC ALCOHOLS IN ROSA ESSENTHIAL OIL. Summary It The chromato-spectrophotometric method is suggested for the quantitative determination of monoterpene and aromatic alcohols glucosides in rose. The content of fi-phenylethyl al- cohol glucoside is determined by spectropholometric method. The content of monoterpene alcohol glucosides is determined by gas chromatography after hydrolysis of glucosides sum. . 1 a o. 3 0 .1 0 t1 0. ~ o 5
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50 253 7 52 5 tt,e us.A. s9-es9. hra6s ReseucA l'utsltearions fne., t97aJ rrinteJ in i ~trrrtororr e•~ aeeeeroe, vot. t t. ro• t ___~. _ ~ Sweet Taste Induced by. Miracle Fruit ~ ~p ~ 74 C ( Sj~flSejJ1hlttl C~l11ClflCtlJj? ,LlNDA M. DARTOSHUKa, ROBERT L GG~(TILE, iIO~VARD R.'NfOS1CO117TZ A,~DtlEIi861tT~..tStE1SEL111At1 Pbnuautj Resc~arcli lalro~tvry. UI Anny Natick Laboratories. A'otfck .lfassacliuseus 01760 (Receired 9 August 1973) fARTOS1iUK. L. M.. R. L GE!YTiLE. N. R. SfOSKOt1t1TZ AND H. L. tiE(SELStAN. Ssreet tesrt Lrdttced Ay ntirocte frtdt (Synsepatum dulcifkum r. PHYStOL. UEHAV. t2( 31 4S9-i36. 1971-To;~ ic,l appiiatio:+ of miracle fruit lSynscpalunt rufefjenmJ caused subrequently u.ted hydruehioric ant citric aaSs to nste Icu sour than normal and as if they had becn sweetened. Gs•nt•re.na s•s•/r•crtre abothired this aw eetness and neturncd the sournecs ot both acr.fs to appro.imately their norrn al jntensities although C)~mntnre ts•trestre alone dMd not scatfi.anity affect the taste of the acids. This sug;ests that mirac:e froit adds sw'eetness to acids without dir.aly bkxking suor receptor sites. tt hen sufat was added to citric acul to make it about as sw•ect as it was after miri,k fruit, then the s,au:neas was suppres%ed in the mst.re just as sournas was suppressed /y mirnle fruit. This su;geus that the r.duction e~ sourness after miracle fruit resulted from mixture suypre«ion, i.e., the tisetrral suppression usually ob•crsd between different qualities in a mixture. ~~Tten sereral acids w~ere matched in sourness i/>h did not become equaUy sweet after muade ftuit. Tsste Sw•at ittitacfe fruit Syetepefirnt dnlci~•cmne Cynmtna rytrest.e Taste modifkr Tate tttixtuet+ , , f ~- f . .. . . , f•.. ~: -. . -o3 o-4 ~o . ._::: . . t .
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50253 7623 ~ ~ 123 U Utermark, Walther, 18JS- Schmelzlnuikt-'1 nbellen organischer Verbindunhen. lin, Akademie-Verlag,1951. zii, 571 p. 25 cm. Ber- 1. Dlelting points. QD518.U7 51-3G00 Library of Congress /// t2j ~,~-- : - . - o*•3 n ac103u528 ~ ,,- ~, .,~.. . .. ,. .
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50253 7626 III Me3 y~ 0~i>~WaNa~-W17s,V~Y~ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division MELTING POINTS OF CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS, bh R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division, add William W. Menz. 1967 xerox copies Winston-Salem, N. C. 0 3-0 0n a 3 053 1
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50253 7621 =.o°.ar~...~* 0 Kofler, Ludwig, 1891- 251 Mikro-Methoden zur Kennzeicllnung or};anischnr 5totio K und Stofft;emische, von Ludwig lCofter und Adelheid IioNer. Innsbruck, L'niversitatsverlar Wat;ner,1948. aHl, $39 p. (p. 338-330 advertisementa) illus., tablea. 25 cm. Revised and expanded front the mimeographed ed. in 2 v. pub. la 1047 under the authorship of Adelheld Kotler. "Literatur": p. ~324i-331. 1. Aiicrochemistry. 2. Chemistry, Organic. 3. Boilfng•points. L Koeer, Adelheld ( Schaschv.lc) u. Title. A 49-3-131 * Harvard Univ. Llbraryt ) for Library of Congress " (:i1f2j Q~;3nQn0309 t...;.,,. ...- , ...r__
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,.-s..._~-'- - ------- '-'-.+a...+...a.. . ~ i Fep v . ~a~~rex"~G~`= - ~ lVl~I YTI Gi9 4 / a fY~1t!l1TRy, I'A4At YT/ C~FO O•• SEasoRy eY~a~Ari~ejr F NS-e'. YAr G.r -•,ofr•#< yr, r'h c.&hfZMsTR V I'AlMxwo oHrAf rsr4y . Making, Second Edition o'd 6tetabotism ~)od Engineering, Second Edition n t ood Preservation, Third Edition ,on ilk Products, Second Edition A Prol:essinq Operations try, Third Edition ssi:1g. Products •ations. Vois. 1, 2, and 3 Food industry. Third Edition, Vol. 1 ood J Edition Food AnaBj~SoS: rP3>o PO Theory and Practice 1 471 by Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Ph.D. Director, National Barley and Malt Laborotary, U. S. Department of Agriculture, and Projessor of Agronomy, University of Wiscansin. Madison and 3 n (~ 0 3 0 5 !°r 0 Analytical Chemiatry, O` a O Chemistry Department. • ~1'dittL¢~~tfitllae
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-- A 50253 7633 II Dr .4.: a%~.µ:a:.v...: . .. . Drucker, D. B. A HIGH RESOLUTION SYSTEM FOR CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF END PRODUCTS OF BACTERIAL FERMENTA- TIONS, By D. B. Drucker and T. H. Melville Jour. Appl. Bacteriol. 29 (No. 3) 536-39 (December 1966) 0 3 n 0 0 U 3 0 53 $
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50253 7620 123 K . -Z ~'PPAWF'm"~ I{empf, Richard, 187J- Schmetzptmktstlbellen •r.tu• organischeit inolekulnr-ana1y - nebst einer einfiihrung -%•on dr. Richard Kempf ... und c:r. Fritz Kutter ... lfit einein geleitwort Yon professor dr. s' 1. St.ludinger ... Illit 5 abbildungen und 4 fluchtlinientafelr. Rraims.hn•eir, F. Viewer, & sohn akt.-ges., 1928. xvi, 766 (i. c. S'r2) p., 3 I. diagrs. 22 ciu. "Yubtished by J. 1V. Edwards. Lithoprinted by Edwards brother:, Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan, U. S. A., 19-14." "Zugleich 2. aullage der 'Tabelle dec a•tchtigsten organischen vPr- btndungen, geordnet nach stelgenden schmelzpunkten,' von dr. 12. Kempf." Iiibiingraphy: p. 57-.',&. 1. Melting points. 2. Chemistry, Organic. L Kntter, Fritz, 1^02- Joint , author. QT151S.Ii4_ 19`_'8:. 45-z751s~ Library of Congress ~" ~53e}l 0~~~~nA30 sz~
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50253 7624 I 1 .+ ~ Y ... ... .. . .. . .. Belcher, Ronald. Semi-micro quantitative organic analysis, by R. Bolcher .. - and A. L. Godbert ... London, New York ietc.l Longmar.:-. Green and co. 119451, vilt, 167, 111 p. Illua., dlagrs. 22 cm. (Half-title: Teztbooka uu modern analytical chemistry, ed. by C. L. Wilson ... and Itonnl~l Belcher) "Flret publ.ehed 1045." "Referencea" : p. 100. 1. Mlcrochemlatry. 2. Chemistry, Analytic-Quantltatlve. 8. Chemlatry, 0: ganlc. , z. (lodbert, Albert Lawrence, 1901- Jotnt author. tt. Title. QD117.B4 ~~ K43.8 46-264 Library of Congress i52u1l 0 ' 3 t! ll , n 0 .7 V ~ r 7 i
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QD - 453 W .. . /SURFACE PROPERTIF:S/, 1971 CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL AND THEORETICALfrE.g'ERATURE NEASUREMENT/i1SM0TIC PRESSliRE/ PRESSURE/ VOLUME /MELTIMG%fAM•FRBBZIW"--?EtWP.RRT[3RC-E /-- FR£E?.IEE'r- TE.ul'E RA TU BOILING AND CONDENSATION TEMPERATURES/CONDENSATION T*CIKPERATURES/SOLLTB fES / tLITY/ CALORIMETRY/THERMAL ANALYSIS/ TECHNIQUES OF CHEMISTRY DIFFERENTIAL THER.MAL ANALYSIS/ SURFACE AND INTERFACIAL TENSION/ rnOt,UMe I PHYSICAL METHODS .. i OF CHEMISTRY • . , ! NOpRyORAIi.YG FOURTH COMlLETELY fDfTlOM Of TECHN7QUE O! ORGANIC CNf]GSTlY, 4 YOLUIO 1, tIMICAL HtTt[OOS Of 04CAMC tHFlM21Y YA1lT Y Determination ojThermodynamic. and Surface properties A DLYISION OF JOHN WILEY & SON3, !NC ARNOLD WEISSBERGER Axn BRYAM' w. ROSSITER REVISm AM AUG1AMNiID Reaeal'Cb Lboratorid FASUMrt Kodak Company Rod=W, New York .
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_ 53 ?615 50 2 PLANTS--DISEASES AItD PESTS/VEGET Agriculture Hand UNITED STATES DEP:IRT'~IE\" rIE\"r OF AGRICULTLRE ~ MeF-C-Z2 3-73 ~ ~~ i ~ FM ~j ~I ~~ I -~ti~-~ ~~~ Df . Agricultural Marketing Service /tGvook-' bfadcet Quality Research Division September 1961 o•3 non*0 3 :o_5 2 o. s Cabbage, Cauli~lo:cer, Turnips, 't . ' Cucumbers, -~~1Vto~-ancl S--DISEASES AND PESTS-r-CONTROL/ D11 \o. 184 : ~ ; Related Crops ~ i ,- 40 'V.."' . - - .. ..._ r ....
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50253 7637 ~ ~$IIDBRS 1,0. RESEARCB, DEPAaTMEN?.. r.>AMBRICAN;TOBAC40_COMPANIES R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division MEMBERS OF RESEARCH DEPARTMENT OF AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANIES. 11 p. typewritten Winston-Salem, N. C. 0-30 00 0 30 542 -,.. . .... _ .
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P e:7izt.s .¢`rca7s / ffr•1.vO~ L~19IS' 424NaNsts/ 50253 7611 • Frw:it`9 i~~''rd di6:Zll 3: rodLQCts FOOD SCiENCE AI~JD TECHNOLOG ~~. A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS Eaitueiai sma , .. . •.:._ . ._ . ._._, .. . .. a~3~4nO~~S1~ '-- rTj--- A------ j fi co: V ~ce re a s f ~• roool ~Iwd.~. / 7"oNJa 1ae S/ r TOGd -- /~i'tae.e tsirl~ /• T.eod. . ~rCti.y / ;~a «d~ca~yed The Btoche:~i5t ' of .
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50253 7634 II Me.-79 S.P. 5 - ' - Watet Ridsources Research Center Purdue University West Lafayette, Indiana SItiULhTI0N VERSUS A PROBABILISTIC APPROACH FOR EVALUATING STORMWATER TREATMENT ALTERNATIVES by . - ~M~~~, ;``ii~~ John M: Bell , The work upon which this publication is based was supported in part by funds provided by the Office of Water Research and Technology (# 14-31-001-5213 ), U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. as authorized by the Water Research and Development Act of 1978. Period of Investigation June 77 - August 78 Partial Report for OWRT-C-6106 Funding Agreement 14-31-001-5213 Ne /979 0 3 0 0. () 0 3 0s3-9 Purdue University Water Resources Research Center •~ Tetchnf da2 'RPri6rt' Nn __ ti c1 ~
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'. . . . : !'*'~ X' C "."A7 FLA!'UK/ TiA•iR'1 P`?Ght:TS/~ ~`: Y:s,-;_..};.i~}U; FOCU-- :-i.AVOfce1'~TS/SE4J.4l:E ', REAT>iF.'IT/ 50253 7631 YF.AST-•-E:L7,Y:-:ES/I':::PTjDES--[iIOSYNTEiESIS/AMIN() ACIDS--BInSYR`Tf1FSIS/ NUCLEIC ACIi3--BI(ISYN':4I::SIS/ :=OLY:"ERS : ISD POLYP',ERIZATIQId--APPLICATION/ QP rER.*T-NTST.ON--EtEVIEtJ /DL'"'E:?t:F.N'TS/ NUCLi: OTIDES/ 601 M.e c ~,. E~~YrkaU~ of Enzy l~i e ieC,I~~~+ 1973 , 2 C } . [ 1973 t~.~. YOWL-.Mw,~a 11,irty Donars ~ FUTURE STOCHASTIC DYNAMtCS. UVC. ' P. O. Box 5828, Station A f luahir,g, New York 11358, U.S.A. , 0- 300n 0- 3053 6
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50253 7641 Chemical Information Bulletin 32(3) Fall/winter 1980 Newsletter I Ch18-80 American Chemical Sofiiety, Division of Chemical Informatior M ft ERSFlI P DI RECTORIf'T 0-3 n 0 0 0 30 5 46
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50253 7609 - EnvSonmenta! Technology Lettert, VoL 2, pp. 185-292 ~ O Science and Technolozy Letten.1981 DIOCH CAL ASPECTS OF WATER I I Me5-$1QUA TY CRITERIA: THE CAE OF s.P. MMONIA POLLUTION (0) A. At01o', t~ Mar8locco, V: V"V. Mend, G. Schenone • ' Wituto di Zoolo8ls ddl'Uslvemtts - Vis Balbl S-16126 Genos, Italy . • (Reoei.ed 2 Jane 1981; accepted 19 Jnns 1981) ABSTRACT. The biochemical effects of ammonia pQllut}on on different tissues of Salmo gairdneri are described. Results shov,that in fish the ammonia toxicity_mechanism is very similar to the one;proposed for mam- mals. Moreover, many biochemical parameters are altered in trout exposed to a concentration (20 pgN/1 un-ionized ammonia) approaching the current maa mum ac ept bl b to ca t ncentration for fish. Eviderice is put ~•"foriJard'foi''a rvision~f ~ate~qualitq criteria for salmonid fish.
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! 50253 7630 \ Adrui~r~ b in Pxy~ hun~ urul'ndni rinulogJ ( a 3 Q 80 Ir Ey-80 S.p. / Effect of Psychofropic~rugson Neuroendocrine Functionv O tte rbP rt l'r: -,ife/ f z ej91. D. • _ f The study of psychotropic drugs in psychiatric patients bas greatly - benefited from increased understanding of the regulation of hormone secretion from the pituitary and target glands. Thus, as the neuro- transmitters and neuromodulators which regulate the secretion of hypothalamic releasing factors were shown to be the same neuro- transmitters which are important to our understanding of the etiology of .. the major mental illnesses and the mechanism of action of psychotropic drugs."' an intensive efiort was made to study the effects of the major classes of psychotropic drugs on the secretion of pituitary hormones and O 0 Qthloryons of.fhe!wrget glands. 0 . -~ . .a .. _ 0 i
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I WESTPORT, COCdNECTtCUT r 19?2 . ~ , ~-.. ~ "?:!': .;e .0 •3 n o n n 3 0 9 1 7 `' t' ir~ . : ~L~L~~:~ }ORf.Ex, . ~ Ww!-GT,SFA!~F3_ ANJ nS: Trampostation, and Storage of: FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 4"`~' Volu me 1 ~` egetables and Metons , , y ° By A. LLOYD Rl'ALL, M.S. U I Department oJAgriculture (RetfredJ Fwn:erly, Chief, Horticultural Qups Reseanh Branch, Agricultural Research Savice . and WERN ER J. LIPTON. Ph. 'O. Aincf;,vl Plmet Physiololat, Market Quality Research Division, U R DcPortment ojAgdculture, e ~ Asr;cultttralResea,chs<ry;ce. - THE AVI PUBLISHING CO(IPtPANY !NC F}tsno Cali!ornit I I
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50253 7648 Ref. Q 141 Po , ~ ERSH?~.~SY~ ~`'BlPYLR$ G~I Potato Chip Institute MEMBER SHIP ROSTER AND BUYERS GUIDE. JANUARY 1, 1964. 1964 133 p. Cleveland, Ohio 0`3n On43o5s 3 0 I
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50253 7645 ' Ref . Q ~ 49 American Council of Independent Laboratories. Directory: American Council of Independent Laboratories, inc., a guide to the leading independent testing research and inspection laboratories of America. 8th ed. [Waphington, 19611 ~194y1~GpG9-,v0 `l~i)lpr-!i, / rJi/ O I ,
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50253 7625 Braudc, F..rncst Alexander, 1922- ed. Determination of organic structures by Physical methods. l:cliLors: 1•:. .A. Braude inndl F. C. Nachod. New York, -tca- demic Yrecs,19G5. . . i 810 p. Illus. 24 cm. Includes blbliography. 1. Chemtstry, Orl;anic. 2. Chemistry, Physical and theoreticaL 1. Nachod, Frederick C., joint ed. ri. Title. -- QD476.B7 ~~f (`~ 541 5 ---11057 t Library of Congress 155z10h , 4-3n Ot1430~30 . _ ~_.. . . _ _ ~.......~....
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Hydride Complexes of Osmium Halides with Carbon Monoxide, Dinitrogen, and Tertiary Phosphines as Co-ligands By J. Chatt, er Pir Melville~ and R..1.. Richards.• A.Fi.C. Ur•.it of Nitrogen Fixation, University of Sussex. Brighton BN1 90J The complexes (OsH,CI,(PR,),] (PRS a PMe?h=. PEt2Ph. PEtPh.. or PPhPr•,) have been prepared by the amal- gamated-zinc reduction. under dihydror,en. of iner-[OsCI,(PR,),]. The compounds mer-[OsXY(1_)(PR,)3) (X - H or D: Y- CI or Br; L a CO or N=: PR3 - PFde_Ph or PEt,Ph) result from mcr-[OsY,(L)(PRJ),) by sodium borohydride or lithium aluminium deuteride reduction. The 'li n.m.r. and i.r. spectra of these com- pounds are recorded and used to assign the ccnfiguration of the monohydrido-conmptexes. The dihydro-comptexes react with carbon monoxide, tertiary phosphines and carbon tetrachloride-dichlerine with loss of dihydrogen. With one mofe qf anhydrotrs-li-C~ii;--dihydrido-complexes give the unstable compounds [OsHCI,(PR,),] (PR, s PMePh, or PEtZPh) which re3dily give !ac-(OsCI,(PR,)zj and AH: •xhen heated. Dinitrogen does not react with [OsH'CI:(PR1ePh:)s]. The compound mer-[OsHCI(N:)(PEtjPh),] reacts with anhydrous HCI in toluene to give (OsCl=(N=)(PEt=Ph)3] and dihydrogen. Ws have re6. ntt}•,~eported the reparati4~ of ser~.s oCv c~ plexes irom tnethanol. dinitrogen ~nLbces~ o~iw~ti) (~• tl+a re~cti~ iir3 slt/5tvn in Table 1. Analytical data cte. are tetrali3•drofuran solution under dinitrogen, of the com- 1. ~F~CI 1'it 1]}- H ](L) ~ ~ tra~ n;It Cl PR ~ [ cf(lary; . = t plcxes rrtcr-[Os~ ~ s(QRs)51 (Y =rC1 or Ii r, OR3 ~ ( 3 1 2 , , . 3 3 2 3 rlrr• ~ = i n3trtSnf•inr nr 1r ' h A
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. ) IGEOReci HZLEe ~f ~ Southw~est Rasearch Institute San Antonio, Texas 78284 U.&A. 6b 97 MK 427 P 173. 9 QI.EE GH J COMBUST TOXlCOL C ~YP~,J ~ XT _i~.G - p Z z CATMERINE ALLEN-ROWLANDS ANO ARNALDO J. NOVOLA DEVELOPMENT OF IN VITRO BIOLOGICAL METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF SMOKE TOXICITY ABSTRACT: The toxicity retultinq from the Inhalation of combustion products is currently estimated either from chemical analysis of the pro- ducts or from studies of animal responses !n v/vo. In the latter aa, the dominance of carbon monoxide (CO) In the atmaphere predude: observ~ tion of potential ton¢term effects of other componenh. This paper da- ecribes a procedure for using an In v/tro mammalian cell culture system to measure the potential toxicity of combustion producta. The procedure can be used to assess the toxicity of materials which are either w.ter.oluDle or . .jmolu4te. Fycteryion olth, Arotocois presented, using the same cells In a t! (~n~ t~afa7utie ns/~, will allow future studies of the carcinogenic potential of combustion products, thereby Nrvinp ao a yuide to the deisyn of whole animal exposure studies.
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50253 7642 . . , Cana.di.+n Pa?p and Faper i+ssociatton. Tec12- ~ o ,.;~bArs 2'entresl, .. _ 1r~ ' iy7~ ; 0, I ~~ p, 26 cm. 0a0000 3054T
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50253 7652 QD 453 Du 2c. _ R ,~ ~ ~Y ffi!i-1'~Tffilspolt' Zroces_ar~ Durst, Richard A. ION-SELECTIVE ELECTRODES, Proceedings of a Symposium Held at the National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland January 30-31, 1969 (U. S. National Bureau of Standards Special Publication 314) 1969 452 Pages U. S. Dept. of Commerce Washington, D. C. ~-~A0n 4305S7 ,
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50253 7617 r ~ ~. ------ . . _ - _ __ - --~ ._....~.-..:.~:_~._. .__...y__.r._~_._.._._..._._ -..,~.. ~ .. s~tste~ls v. 2 pt'. ~. Raf. Landolt,~lans 11'einrich, 1531-1910.` QC Zahlenwerte und Funktionen aus Physik, Chemie, Astrono- 61 mie, Geophysik und Technik; in Gemeinschaft mit J. Bartels L tet al., und unter vorbereitender i•iitn•irh-ung von J. D'ans iet al.l hrsg. von Arnold Eucken. 6. Aufl. Berlin, Springer, hv. diagrs., tables. 28 cm. At head of title: Landolt-Bornstein. Previously published under title: Physikr.llsch-chemische Tabe`.len. Includes bibliographies. 0 (Continued on next card) 51-16G8 rev tr55'3i ..-.._ ..........,...~........,.... ~ ~_ .... .
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50253 7607 : ~ ~ ~y ,r~t~: c . , enee AyI books +r ~ .~.,e ke Cream. 2nd Ed f r/urY BY•ProduCts Techrqtoq„ The Tecnrowfy o/ foou Prex.,e•a.. 3rj Ed hrnc4+t.•s of Anutil Erwnonmewt Safety of Foods Eneyc+ot+Ma of Food Erq.r.e.. N (}y.rpol Aid36.nd LMk Prcqwl. . • r. 1A.rt Pasteuntat,on f undamentet r ot : ootl Proceso•q OpCrat-oM r.nw ffrwl w!drt hdusiry. 3rd Ed we Corn: Cuncre. Procesanq• Prort,.cs ..eta food Process-nq Ooe.at•ont. V01L 1,11, and 111 Iwp OuMnY ConROI /or tne food •.n.. . .t.vy rtW 3rd Ed.. Vol. 1. fundan.rnt,s ProthM as Mur.•an Food 11ea1 Mandtar#.:frd 'cd. hoorKS in Human Nulydron. Vol I fooi Te.tur,1 ,. 14sar rn Ft>cWt Cooi re and i;racRee TecAno:opr Choaota+e. Cocoa. antt ; onr.cto~.•. - PouRry Products Tecnno oor j,aGw.torY f.tanuat 1or •.orxt C+nnesand Trocessars. . Vots. / end11 , .~y o ~. ~..~ , O!NI ~Q wRhce\/ M y r~ S 1•~ r.en C~terl.o-e.r and C~.oca•ete A..r... .../.n foodPwyeq•r.q .~.•t+V . Pouttrv=re.OsandNutrrtwn .•~.r Prote.nt r ct 1 nr•r A.acturns . w- .~ d:_ ~,neq.;~/ t~y University of Gualpii Onfario, Canada 1970 .. 1 Y 0 . idaors..7. M. DEMAN, Ph.D. Cheirman, Department of Food Scienet Ontario.;Rrieultural College Uatirrrsily of ru,lph t Ontorio, Canada S ~ 2 P. MEtPJYCHYPt; P~t.D: _ y.a. •~ a- ~ . ~~Rr.~M'r~ 'rrntrYA ~{erNrrt/1 I Aor,l - - ~Ale ~.,, I r :d y • -1 t"a wd M 1''1/r•l rA 3 ft :J"~'.7GJ:;j y~;~ ~' ~ ~ .. ~'.~~..a / 9?r 0
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ADDRETbSBS/?ELEPHONE N'JMSERS/DIRECTORIES--INFORMA?ION SOURCES/ 50253 7643 e. \ . 1. f . I I ' PUBLISHERS AND PUBLISHINC--ADURESSES/ .z : 688 In .11978 . ARCHER , ~u ~i(1~fiG~~ll % The &./Mernbership • . ® CopYright 1978. Directory Information Industry Association of the ` 4720 Montgomery Lane. Suite , "904 R.~ 1 6clheede, Md. 20014 Ir ~ • I~~( ~ug~ti~y ~ C ~,ss~~ciacion.~. . . .; 0-~n0o548 ~I H``.i~~~~,I`~J i , fJ01) 654-4150 WASHINGTON CaOfi: MIfORMASSN , ~ .~ _ . . ...._
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_j 50253 7635 /SULFUR COMPOUNDS/ SYNTHESIS, ORCANIC/ /REARRANCEMENTS(CHEMISTkY)/ CARBONYL COMPOUNDS/ QD 305 Tr . i 1975 Sulfur Ylides .10 Emerging Synthetic Intermediates Barry M. Trost 7)ir Y volum. 31 of OANIC CHEMISTRY ~ arks d eroaotnPM EdWOn: ALFRED T. BLOMQUIST • aed HARRY H. WASSERMAN rwe 5; .Me1 r+in,: Jr. f -1aw vohenity of wimomie . Madiw.. Wboomia Atademk Press ek. Y«t Ja. Fn.d.o. l,u.ea. Im •A+r&Vrwero...r..a~..~nr~ n+r,~., 0•3.nOn4305q0
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i 50253 765q RJR CLASS N0. TEXTb00K TP 15b Un 1970 U.S. DepartMent of the Interior, Office of Saline Water. Washinqton, DC. ~1EMBRANE> FOULINGs'aNII~ S7UDYE$` ON''NEW~ ~LECTRODIALY8IS` MEMBRANES`.:~ U.S. Dept. Interior, Off. Saline Water, Res. & Dev. Progr. Rept,No. 605. U.S. GovernMent Printinq Office.Washington, DC.70,(1N : ENG.) ISN = 6143 0-3n0no 305s 9 a ~.... . - . ..
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F o~ CET.L MF.MARANF.S4NTiOPT.ASIA/ CALCIUM &V4F.(1PT.ASIA/'. %'rU^'lqJK1Ur.:v I.<<ti CANCER--CELLS/CHCLRSTEP,f1L IN MALTCNANCY, ROLE OF/ I 2~; ~'rogress in Experimental H° 1978 Tumor Research vol. 22 - /Memhrane- Anomalies of Series Editor F. HOMBURGER, Cambridge, Mass. Tumor Cells ; Volume Editor D. F. H. WALLACH, Boston, Mai, S. Karger • Basel • MUnchen • Paris • London • New York • Sydney
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50253 7651 1 ~'6.~'.~^~Z" I A NOTE ON RL-LIABILITY OFAiEs'%4B~Nr-,,'ILTER ' /)UST SAMPLE EVALUATION BY MICROSCOPE COUNTING AutiM SNtecowsta 1Valbrzych, UI. Tysiaclecia, 34, Poland Received 2 Nocenmber 1965 Abstract-A study l as been made of the statistical error associated with the counting • of respirable dust~lrtictrs collected on a membrane filter. The error is shown to be higher than prcdictc:{V77oisson's Law. r..» .,...._ _._._.__ . _ ... .. I o-3 n Qno3o556' . .. Ann. Ocewp. NXr. Vol. 9, pp. 65-67. Persartten Preas Ltd., 1966. Prinfed in Great Britain . . ...~~ ..._. / y" t r
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50253 7646 Q €, 10 AVY,,-) stu~ ~ xsa~sw-A~rr~.~ Am,.nr ican Soaioty for TeA]n; 16t&rialo Dee ASTid qear bock, Septe 4ber. . ad-z- Iist 4!' toac:bors, :o&~nicnl Com.WaitteeAap Iafcrrmticn ard i ! l lilud9 ph 040te. F a, I _~, , ~i V. 23 ?r,teet isSua onlrO _..-.~.-~:~....~ 61 3 0 0 •J 0 3 0+ S .7 I ~ ,..-.. a -.. _ e . .,,_ 1 i
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50253 7657 QD 471 Pr r; ;±,•. " ~. x. asiew~Plt~aeat ioea .-~`.~+~-~ Perry, E. S., ed. PROGRESS IN SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION, Vol. 1 ...,/ .-Jl 1968 -- 1 Vol. IaterBcier.ce (Hilei) New York 0 -3 7 0 t1 0 3 0 "- 0' .2
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50253 7644 ~. Qef 141 Am .: _J...:._ ~ .. Amcricaa 4isoc3.ation of Ccreal Chcr.:ifltc &MER7.CA:3 RSSc?CiA.'FIOII Of CiatEAl. CtM.LSTS ,`•i EHI3I: RSKIP D:C Ria.TO RY 1970 78 Pages Amari.can 6ti3yocia¢ion of tiiunesota Cerea2 Chsmaats I i , 0-3t10~0~0549
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. 50253 7658 QD 506 Mo jjwbrew- P'hanome American Chemical Society, Division of Colloid and Surface Ch emistry MOLECULAT ASSOCIATION IN BIOLOGICAL AND RELATED SYSTEMS, Symposium, 153rd Meeting, Miami Beach, Fla., April 13-14, 1967, E. D. Goddard, Symposium Chairman (Advances in ChemistFy Series 84) 1968 308 Pages American Chemical Society Washington, D. C. .. ,R.._-... 9 -30 0 n 0 3 0 5 6 3 ~-. .
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NICOTINE--CHEMISTRY/ ;.,_,.. RJR CLASS W. PAMPHLET 79 XII Me ~ • 1 • ' '!lTieitif~; ~ 1~.~ ~ - - . - . - . ~ . - . . • 79 7CII Me •CARBOXYLATES WITH NICOTINE. (Slovak Tech. Univ., Dep. Inorg..phem., Bratislava, Czech.) ~ SPECTRAL AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES'OF MONO-, DI- AND TETRANUCLEARVCOPPER(II) CIC~}1.COOhnic, prepared from their di(nicotine) adducts, tetranuclear seroctures were proposed. j AMtnet-New nicotine adducts of copper(11) acetate, propionale, bemoate. 2-fluoro, 2<htorv-, 2-bromoo-. 24odoo- and 3-Auoro•benzoate, were prepued. The magnetic and spectroscopic properties of these adducts indicate the presence of co, per(Ip dimers structurally similar to those in copper(11) acctate monohydrete. Besides these a di(nicotine) adduct of copper(II) 4-chlorbenzoate as well as two isomers of Cu(4-FQH.CO0),nic= were obtained. Al the compounds sum to possess octahedral stereochemistry with different tetragona( distortions around the Cu(II). On the basis of spectral and magnetic bchaviour of the green Cu(4-FC.H.CO0)rnic and Cu(4. 10 Jour. Inorg. Nucl. Chem. 41, p. 779-83 (1979) (in English) 0.3 oooo.3 0 5 0 7
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- - - - - -- - --ir = • ~..~ tna. Occv. U,rg. Vot. t~, pp,/9-204. PerQarnon Press 1970. Printed in tireal Britain ~ 771- 7,~t3i A FURTHER NOTE ON TI-iE. RE-LIAI3ILITY OF JMEMBRANE/I}1LTERvDUST SA1~-SI'LE EVALUATION ~' BY r4ICROSCOPE COUNTING PARKER C. R>asT, STePKr:rt B. VArCA>rr> RtK' A1.'D, GEO:tGE E. Cl IABOT, JR. fi Department of Environmental }iealtlt Scicnces, Hmard School of Public Health Eoston, )\iassachusetts, U.S.A. (Rccclred 1 June 1970) Abstract-A recent conun ication reported that the statistical error associatcd w:th the counting of respirable dustr~rticics collected on a membrane filter is higher than predicted by Poisson's Law. This Erticiu describes an attempt to duplicate these results. It is concluded that the standard error obscn~ed in counting dust deposits on meaibrane filters is consistent •with Pohson statistics., ; J 50253 7650
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N l~.~rsns ~ts~~al~ ....n`F'-" . . , Faraday Society, iondon.. Discussions. no. 1- 1947- London tetc.) no. In a. lllus. 25 cm. 1. Chemistry - Societies. 2. Metallurgy - Socleties. 8. Electro- chemist ry-Societles. QD1.F32 ~ ) 640.6242 51--26fi90 ~ Library of Congress 153h51
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- - - • ~ ~--- - - -- ~ ......_...___ - s. jSCHNIQUES OF CHEMISTRY -*ARNOLD WEISSBERGER, Editor .r• SUN-TAK HWANG KARL KAMMERMEYER Professor Professor Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering Univcrsity of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa A WILEY-1NTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION MEMBRANES IN aEPARATl0N ~ JOHN WILEY & SONS New York • London • Synd:y • Toronto I
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50253 7663 ` ~/156 • ,f~ .Yr!j'WYfIx- Ri ~,lemt~rane p eno±s~n+~~ F..i.C.C3 °_.S, FiCC•,ex•t :j. GY tiJl) 1?G01,10,1ZCS 19 57 197 Pp'-e3 ' • ;f ~i:Jt ..:. :a LZrJL'p. AC~ ~ 0~ El Q t1 0 3 0 , ., _..,. .. _ , . ..
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50253 7647 IUPAC INTERNATIONAL UNION OF PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY I InI3-79 PERGAMON PRESS 0.34oc~a.3n Ll-!!i ~~F~'``v~t~~'~"".9 E".2101 L lqu r7 S 1 ~ '~' 0 U E3ODES 4 T
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w 1 .7sr.~.L. N~J . . , I r~ NORTH CELROLINA SOCIETY OF ENGI?.vLJ-JRS;' ,No, y~ 9''`'G•t,t+-li e°l'p. - ----------.-------.._----.__ __ __._.. , __. H C'-;'~~` C Al R 0 L E n~A IT I "PECTC?RY ISSUE JULY 1975 INCLUDING r--%Y;~*.~ "., ~ar I GF ~..~~..,. . . . . 0 3 n 0 0 0 3 0 S 4 3 50253 7638 1 4.
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50253 7672 CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY _REVIEW NO. 69/ METAL6--SEPARATION/ SEPARATION(TECHNOLOGY)/REVERSE OSt40SIS/ION EXCHANGE htEtIHRAN: TP • MMt3RANE~TECHNOLOGht 155 ANQ.= INDUSTRIAL` `SEPARATtOi~ i 9is TECHNIQUES4 I Paw R. K.llw NOYES DATA CORPORATION ' h1\ pUM. MM JMr/ lNdaa~ [ we t t a /Z i iI .) t1.. t1 3 4 5 1 ) .
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. _ . , . .. . . 9lso9 ouooE•o 0 A~n~r~suI q~xrt,r~.;~ px~;ur~S ~ ~8fl~oaqaay:;ausaqa~ . -----~--~- (896T) ~ Las~ ,,,_ r I t L 9L E S Z 0 S --i. -. .
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50253 7674 ELECTROLYTIC PROCESSES & APPARATUS/DIALYSIS/DESALINATION/ WATER--PURIFICATION/REVERSE OStIOSIS/IJASTEWATER--PURIFICATIO:. SEPARATION(TECHNOLOGY)/DIFFUSION/FILTRATION/ . . GASES--SEPARA~ION/ELECTRODIALYSIS/ . TPi MEMBRANE Q1iVD4 ,. , . 1 sc .,,' UtTRA1F1[:TRATIOIV ~ 1980s '1 E°"°d by .'eiW. Swft - TEeHNOtOCIf t 7 v' ~ NOYES DATA CORPORATION SO?j ~ . M/liy.. N.. J.n.r. vsJ- T 0 0-30 0A03 05y9 ~ --,
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50253 7682 TP International Review of Science -s y iochemistr ` Series One Volume 2 - Niochemistry of Cotl Walls and Membranes `` 0 Edited by C. F. Fox University of California, Los Angeles Butterworths • London University Park Press • ' Baltimore , 0-30 0 t1430' 58 7-.. ~. ,..
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b~s.aFuuo '31-, a,& oTm2tZr.T ts0uvel 8~;e7 liJZ+c uoY2:'unj PuQ 33cta ttt*T8f.t,a •SZPiT3ffE•.04 Tol;rl^Ti70III. spc:sa- •ast;-drrq„ Vie* uamoiiaya 4 6S9L ESZOS
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Founded by F. F. NORD Edited by ALTON MEISTER . MITOCHONDRIAL ATPASE/: TRYPTOPHAN SYNTHASE/KYNURENINASES W- 8""t ML I AMINO ACIDS--STRUCTURE/RNA SYNTHETASES/AMINOACYL TRANSFER RNA SY:QTHETASEF I PHOSPHORIBOSYLPYROPHOSPHATE, SYNTHESIS OF-, IN MAMMALIAN CELLS/ . QP ADVANCES IN ENZYMOLOGY 601 Ad AND RELATED AREAS OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 1979 CORNELL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL COLLEGE, ~ NEW YORK, NEW YORK .1 VOLUME 49 ~ ~ . . - 1979 • ' * AN INTERSCIENCE ® PUBLICATION .~ ~/~~p'~ 0 ~C~ ~~ JQN~N WILEY & SONS ~"~i t! , V ,! V V 1flw Tork ~'Chichester • Br;sbane • Toronto
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Deasr, Jobz t,uriC. 19 ~ 1- C:c:.-Aico3l sepnsatiou nethndo (by) JohA. A. De.cn. New 'A'o:,k. Van Ploatrand P.::xn::olci Co., ftOA n'1 xiii, 393 p. i11us. 24 cm.
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50253 7668 MEMBRANE PROTEIN&/PLASMA *1FMRRANES/GLYCOPRnTEINS/ BLOOD/ PROTEINS--DLASMA/Cf1LT.ACE!V/ OP 88 Ne 97ii FI BROBLAST SURFACE PROTEI N Edited by Antti Vaheri. Erkki Ruoslahti. and Deane F. Mosher The New York Academy of Sciences New York, New York 1978 ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Volume 312 ` 0 3 clnn 43 os-73 _ _~. .. ,
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_ - - - . _ . _ .. ._ _ I . . . ~ ..-.; . . . ...-. _ _ - - _ __ ... __ ~i 50253 7628 ' REPORT OATA IC AL TECHN i /lLasrrr.J/n,tmr.c:runtarrr.on.•A./..nruw 4.TITLEANOSUOT'Tte r.r,r.: --1-stion of organic contaminants by tl~- a..rr, •:.i-..::ippisig technique. • .. > o ~ .' 3 M. Emils Crleman, 1tIq ...~....~. RY. .,1{r... ~. . , ,.b:..ar~ SF'~. ,_._...... .. ..,-,-_...~ -7••"_....~`•: P. AVTMOrls) . PERFORMINO ORGANI2ATION NA4E AND AOORESY ' U.S. EPA . ... : . .. lished in: Journal AW11rA 73 (2) : 119-12S (Feb. 1981) Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 - __^ -_.__ 26 K. St. Clair St. ealtd Effects Research Laboratory ralid_ate the method using statistical computations is also included. ._ . -.>:... '..-- . ~ er yktan a ct vat d carbon ( C) treatment are discussed. An attecpt to jjnki~g tep} ani :~qr ¢~ov~ir.~da ~~da~ q3 the removal of organic contaminants from ystem. Applications of closed-loop-stripping analysis (CLSA) for monitoring water y water utilities, for studying the use and effects of alternative disinfectants in uodificd Grob closed-loop-stripping device is currently being used to conientrate rgaaiic contaminants f.rc+m.drinking water. The identification and quantification of rganic contaminants at the nanograp per litre (part-pcr-trillior.) level are ccomplished-by a computerized glass capillary gas chromatography-mass spectroaetry PPSI-ttR7c4 S. REPORT oATE S. PERFOR/M0NG ORGANrlATiON COOE PERFORM:NG ORGAN/2ATION REFONT NO 10.IROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 11. NT A / AN7 NO. IL. A/i• -TTIACT- - ,
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50253 7676 qx 505 ~Ch , BIJ?P,CIC.V. t2FiBPAI:ESr 'Fhyeical Fact And Functjon It ty;A 3'iR ]PAaOtt 19cad'amic Pr-ogo Neu York . ti o•3oon~o~05a y~ay, . . .... ~ .. -. ,,._ , . ~ s.- N
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50253 7662 ~ rie btembrane proce-ws for industry; proceedings, in, p., 1966, 1267 p. Illus. 22 cm. Symposium sponsored by the Soilthern Research Institute and held May 1!}-20, 1WW3, in Birmingham, ala. Includea bibiiogrephies. 1. Membranes (Technology) -Congresses. 2. Electrodialysts- Congresses. i. Southern Research Institute, Birmingham, Ala. TP156.D45314 660.23414 Iabrary of Congress ~ ' j3i . ~ TP ~~mfirane ~~enamenOn, ; 156
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50253 7665 Micro- film No. 77 Vt,X=r. 0m n. -~ ..n .1 ... e-. v+•n v,......~.,~.: ~.-. ~ ?" ~ ... .~+.'.~: 7 TRES ZT:SMu:3 C' w C ~ ~'1 fs~~3i~a~ tiy Q. 8. 1 tslc i•• an:1 w. II. , , :'~.3. ~•:j: ~1. :~.~ tLI .. .. c^~~~ ~-~ .. .. ~'r4«t7`eUo Pxz'-'s Pa F 833a'3?5 t:: ; :'F1rit7LT 1r57i 0-3 0 0 n 0 3 0 5-7 0
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r:-- ~ . .tnn. OCCup. rfy=, %lol. 11. pp. 1-6, Persamon Press 1%ti. Printed in Great Sritain TIIE METHOD USED ~BY THE U,S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE FOR ENUMERATION OF ASBESTOS DUST3 ON IvIEMBRANE° FILTERS G. H. EDWARDS and J. R. Lrxcti U.S. Dcpartment of Health. Education, and Wclfare, Public Health Servsce,• Bureau of Disease Prevention and Environmental Control, National Center for Urban and Industrial Iicalth, Occupa- tional Health Program. 1014 Broadway. Cincinnati, Ohio Abstract--Samples of 1ir-horne mineral dusts are collected by JraWing air tltrotrgh cellulose estcr mcmLrznc tilters. i'artictcs snial!er than nominal pure size are retained. Varying sampling rate and filter holder controls the distribution of dust across the filter faco. Samples arc nrotmtcd on standard microscope slides using a high viscosity solution of membrane filter nnatcrial in z misturc of dkthyl oxalatc and dimcthyl phihalate to readcr the filter transparent. The mnunt is stable for 28-30 days, but after this period migration of the dust particics causes a loss of arcal conccnu ation. The grain and Gbcr duit particles, which lic on the surface of thenfilter, are counted with a phase contrast m:croscope, u.<inb !OX eye-picces and a 4 n•.m "high-dry" objective. The field area is delineated with a Porton graticule. Count data are rccordr,d in a form atlow•ing data . reduction and stati•.tical anatysis by elrctronic computer. The method, although not suitable to dotcrminc compliancr a:tb the thresholJ limit valua for asbestos that µas developed front a cli!i'rrcnt enumeration mettwd, is highly suited for dcvelopurb basic data for a riore preeise recummcndatiun of the limit for asbestos. • __4 o.3oono ~0 ss4 t
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QD 453 An 1975 - --I: /lON-t-tOLECULE REACTIONS/ QUAidTUM CHEMISTRY/ LIGHT SCATTERIIlG/ /PICOSECOND SPECTROSCOPY/ liF:lfBR"lyS;,II-GENETIC CODE/ LIQUIDS/ /KINETICS/ PHOTOELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY/ GAS PHASE/ ELECTROCHEMICAL INTERFACES/ POLLUTIOh/ STRATOSPHr:RE/ FUELS/ RAYLEIGH OPTICAL ACTIVITY/ RAMAN OPTICAL ACTIVITY/ FREOTS/ ' ANNUAL REVIEW OF PII~YSICAL GI-~E~I~rh~~' ~ " VOLUME 26 197s H. EYRING, Editor ANNUAL REVIE WS INC. 4139 EL CAMINO WAY University of Utah PALO ALTO. CALIfORNIA 94306 / . . ~ . . . . . . _ _ . _. _ .. . _ . . . . . .. . ~- a ~ . . : . ..., . ~. ., . _ _ _~:___~..-..__ ._----- _ ...- - 0, 3 0 0 0 0 ~ 0_5 8 b 50253 7681, . . ~ - - t.'~.: • . -. • . .. r _. . . . -
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50253 7675 QP 9119m !97! - ~..w..~ _. ~QLoaD~C/dRi3aN .a?ioWpg',t/,DWtfS.'oNIf~EART-- P#y s:otoGy/ Mf1~I oGGO~;r~~,~~a~~ PMySiotaG~~(,~,~7KRFiGT.~ATio.v~ h`/~'1~~f~ea~d IN iu fN~~fi CAL ~NGINF6~C5 SrT Tf OICC . ~ ~~ ~ ~ ,~ ~3-1 ~ t~.JC `~./LJ . in io''/anE T r~ l _ .,_:....~ ~. 4-3n0n0 30 5 a0
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50253 7664 ._... . , ~ . -. , r. . , TD 380 ` Me~ab~ranc pl~auomeno~t~ ;~ Ln of the Interior, Of£Ice of SALZ?l$ k'~~iER CU;iL*EP.S'LO~i REPilttT 1953. 459 1969 U. 5. Dept. of the Iz~te}ior, hashir;;tc+.~, D. C. :- ---T----: ~,: e'.3 n o t1o 3o 56 9 / -_,-.--~---~, - . ~-~- •----,. = . i
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~ 50253 7669 - CELL 1~tEMBRANES/ ANNALS OF THE`NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 1 . YoLUME 195 . june 20, 1972 DAVID E. GREEN Conference Chairmen JAME3 F. DAF[IELLI AND DAVW E. GREEN , QH 601 MF.MBRANE STRUCTURE AND ITS BIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS:• Ne Editor 972 n
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50253 7685 I TP 'Pfe I 156 ~ ~ Me 3 +(~ Msrten, Ulrich (ad. ) ~,~ IJLSAT.II?~:TION Bil }?~YEItSS aSitOSIS. IJ~ /'~"a~~,-1956 289 p:.?as ThQ H,ssachusetta inetitute of Technulogy Csmbridge, Ni:;a c> 0-3 0 0 1 tI 305- 90
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50253 7677 QP 751 Ch 1972 CHEMISTRY AwA Pii'ISICS OF LIPIDS, May 1972/ Vol.8, No.4 ~. Recent physical stucies of the structureQ~' bio-rnembrun~s ~ Kfausur fm Schwarzwold 1971, titTsee, October, 28-30 ; Organised and presided by Professor D. CHAPMAN I eAemistir Department The UnTversity, Sheffiefd , NOFTIi-t1OLlAt1D ^:i" .'S iti~lG COMPANY - Ai1STERDAM 0`3 n n n 0 ~i i tJ~ `~ .7 . ~ . ,.•.+. . . ~
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~...,~~ 74fi? 1 TP i Me I +r ~y.;,_lznomedingfs. InL p., 1'38:., 2'tt7 p. illus. 22 cm. S) mposium spousored by the Southern Res2arch Instituto ae•1 hel(l May 10--20, 1Jti3, In Birmingham, Ala. Includes bibliographies. 1. lfembranes (Technology) -Congresses. 2. Flectrodla!ysia- Congresses. L Southern Research Institute, Birmingham, Ala. TP1u6.D~€5bi4 660.28424 6f*-3^6 :G Library of Congress (3i d-3non~3 o 5T2
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50253 7687 VANNALS OF THE/EW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Volume 264 509 CARRIERS AND CHANNELS 1975 IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS Main entry under title: Carriers and channels in biological rystems. Edited by Adil E. Shamoo The New Yoek Academy of Sciences (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ; v. 264) New York, Now York "Papers ... of an international conference ... held by 1975 the Ney/Sfork Academy of Sciences on February 24-27,1975.° I.t,o'Srological transpojt--Congresses. 2. ,,Siemb;anes i (Biology)--Congresses. 3. ion-permeabk mcmliranes=-Con- gresses. 4. Bilayer lipid membranes--Congresses. 1. Shamoo, Adil E. 11. New York Academy of Sciences. III. Series: New York Academy of Sciences. Annals ; LY~ v. 26 .(DNLM: 1. Biological transport--Congresses. 2. eI1-m~c~m~branepermeab_ility--Congresses. W1 AN626YL •.2 lt~Ol'C3161- ` .Qi1.N5 vol.264 [QHS091 508'.Is [574.8'7S) 75-44053. ISBN 0-89072-018-5 aaoon o3 os9z I I ~ _ .~..
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50253 7690 ' -3 ~ QR '7.7Ne : 1974 . PPo c. CELL MEMB1tANES / t ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES VoLVMt 235 914 i~ ' 1 MODE OF ACTION OF ANTIBIOTICS ON MICROBIAL . WALLS AND~ff&NJBRANES.-% , Editors and ConJtrence Chairmen MlLiorr R. J. SALTON AND ALEXANDER TOMASZ - Published by the NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES -------- T--- .
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50253 7691 • . 78. III No1 Studies'.on Polymers volume 31, No. 10, pages 729-73G ~Oct. 1977) V(STUDIES ON GAS PERAlEABILITY OF POr.OUS POLY;fERICAMlBR.'tESr`??ART 1) Nomi, T.*, S. Manabe**, K. Kamide** and T. Kawai* GAS PER*fEABILITY OF POROUS OLYCAR30NATE .•tE.*iBRAyE * Department of Polymer Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology ** Textile Research Laboratory, Asahi Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. .11 -i 0.3 0 0 n.0. 3 0..5 9 b
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73 III St DIALSSIS/ `J theor: BioL (1972) 37, 261-271 Numerical Dcterminntiolin of iVfembrane^-----. ERIC ST(JSNTct;t ~ The dilrcrcntial cGuations which describe the transport of material across DepaNn.ent of Phti~sics, 1~ iagcma Unit•ersily, cell membranes in tcrms of pcrmrability parameters arc non-linear in New Y"k 14109, U.S.A. nature and, in genertl, cannot be solved analytically. A general numerical AND technique has bccn developed for fitting such a system of non-linear dilTcrcntial equations to a given sat of experimental data in order to R. 1'. llt'PST d-;tcrminc bcst-tit valucs of these permeability paramcters. An analytic n~~nnr:: :c::! ef PIr; sics: solution of the system is not rcquircd, so that wcll-bchavcd equations of State l:nir.•rsity of New York at Buffalo, almost any crn::;:lcxity can be ftttcd.The method dcs•elopcdresults notonly 13u(falo, Ik"ew }'osk 14214 in the lh.st-tit valnes nf the parameters, but also in estimates of the un- , U.SA, certainties in these parameters and in the determination of the value of the correspondin- y° statistic, which is a mcasurc of how well the thooretical . equations fit th_ s.et of data, t:xa:;:rla are given of the dctcrmination of thc membrane pcirncal•ility p arac:ctcrs for Arbacia immcrscd in a solution of cth)-Icuc ;;lycol in sca water and comparisons %%ith the published ' litcrature arc rnadc. '
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. 50253 7701 . ' III ReA 3 (1969) S. P. *°`'°°~ Msabr~ Wang, Donald Gong-Jong MEMBRANES FOR REVERSE OSMOSIS DESALINATION BY DIRECT CASTING ON POROUS SUPPORTS (Montana State University, Ph.D. Thesis) 1968 83 Pages University Microfilms, Inc. Ann Arbor, Michigan 0-3n 00 030606 Y ~
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50253 7679 - Da 1 (1967) Danielli, J. T. ON THE THICKNESS OF LIPID MEMBRANES. Jour. Theor.t. Biol. 12, 439-41 (1966) 0 •3oon Q3 0 s8 4
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C ;LL-ULCSE ACETATL . , 74 III Fr THE PiiOPEF.TIES OF Ir•'ITF.R IN C-.PILI•F.RY SYST-E::S N.. A. FroTmcr, !f. Shporer, . E. Loebel, and R. Bloch • September, 1970 H'D R ~~`!: ~~ i ~~;~, researcn in hydrody6amics . Resetrth, caeutc9ni, znd aar::ce9 e^glta g e fie ds st NAY.SL 3nd INDUST,?Ol O;tius ,si lZISUM.ory ia th• 1tits6lcqtuo. D. C. srex PiaRai Sctaol NUd, HFwud CeostY. Lxarel, Md. . ~.,..-. ,.- ^,...,...,..... ~F1Y~~e t+..•s. •-o r c ra "`0` ~ 0! 0 t1 0:~ t1 5 ~i 8 ~ . i'E''B~''~ES50253 7683 ltYDRONAUTICS, Incorporated TECHtiICAL.REPOaT 7001-1 Prepared for Office of Naval Research Washington, D. C. Under Contract No. N00014-70-C-0Q1$ NR 051-503 r.r..w.r .. S 1 , ` NATIONAL TECHNICAL !]. INiORMATIOtI SE~VICE i .. ,.....,.ti.. ,1119 a r ~ : . ; • . . ~ r i T p« .
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{blo4naa: Gs1E}aiski Vol_ 19. No. 9, p. a1S-420 (1973) (Origirai article)j s ~ 73 II Re-74 S.P. ' CJ" ~ Study on the Pit of ti~ ood Cells Using Scanning. The Membrane Structure of Bordered Pit In Coniferae V Electron llicroscopy. N.' l G)II:AW;1~ and _k+~o ISHID j ~l i As part of a series, the bordered pit membrane structure between longitudinal tracheids of the species b-longiag to Cor.iferae was studied. The margo of the bordered pit membrane in Conifecae showed a common structure consisting of both the primary wall type microfibrits which densely ex'tsted at the periphery of it. and the radiating microfibrils which were laid do:.n separately on the atis•.irig microfib:ils. On the other hand, the cen::al structure of bordered pit membrane could be elasst5ed into three large different types. That is, only Pinaceae species showed a distinct torus eoasisting of bot4 additional amorphous ma!eria!s and additional microfibrils in addition to the tnicrofihrils crnntin_ed from the ma:go (add. amxphous j add. microfibrils-torus typr), the species beloeoimg to Cephafotasus, Cryp:omeria, Can:atcvparis and Jdniprrxs showed a distinct torus consisting of only additional amorphous materiali in addaion to the mi:rofibril• coatinued from the soaigo(add, amnrphous-torus tl•pe), a:1d the otiier -pecies eramined did not show a distinct thickening consisting of ..dditional materials (no-torus type). Eoth ara:rcaria type and Thri'3, iis type of pit metr.5case clit-+iGed by Liese may be involved in the rn-torus te pe as its sit?:t;pe. In addition to 0-3 cl Q n 0 3 0 5 7 5 0 : 50253 7670 ..3
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50253 7688 S ',tOURhR""TRAIQSFOR~I INS'TRU%'GS,FfA`T'LDNjrIJCI:EAR'1:4T-IUCTIOH SPECTROSCOPY ; l CHEMICALLY IAfiUCFD DYNAMIC NUCLEAR POLARIZATION(CIDNP)/ DEUTRON MAGNETIC RESONAiICE/ENZYMES--STRUCTL'?tE/,%TICLEIC ACIDS/MDVWJMW RADIATION--BIOLOGICAL EFFLCT/PROTEItdS--ENZYFTES/HDtOGLOBIN/PROTEINS/ CARBOiiYDRATES--STRUCTURE / i ANNALS OF THE ~l. _EW YORK ACADENtY OF SCIENCES Volume 222 Docsmber 31, 1973 ~ 1973 W.ECTRO~1 SPIN RESONANCE a\'D `CCLEAR NtaGNETIC RESONANCE IN BIOLOGY AND NIEDICL\E AND MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTENIS • Editors SiOMUND E. LASICER AND PAUL MILVY Con/erence Chairmen S(fPlUND E. LAASICER, HABDE.W M. AICCOYNELL., AND PAUL NIILwY Advisory Conimiate S. GiArt, O. IARDETZXY, W. D. Paltups, AND I•i. Ni. SwARn O f CON'FENTS IattoduCGOa. S10MUND E. LASKER ...................................... ._...-,:. ~ ~ 0 3'0 9 -I
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50253 7702 CICTOLOCY/CELLS--BIOLOGY/ENZYMES-gYliTHgSF6/ . LIPIDS/PROTEINS/MICROSCOPE AND MICRCSCOPY/ QH. ' 573 Wo . 1972 , ~ ,.. -; Biology of the_ Cell Stephen L.. Wol fe University of Catifiornia, Diavis Wadswortlt Publishing Company, Inc.~ Belmont, Cali fornia 0 1 0 00 03 0607
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50253 7686 ' 0 0 .a CELL MEltBRANES/ ANNALS OF THE TVEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES VOLUME 137; ART. 2 PAGES 403-1048 July 14,1966 Editor-in-Chiej EaWARn M. WE1rER~ Q ~lH Managing Editor HuRD HUTCHINS 601 Ne . BIOLOCICAL 1EAIBRANEVIL RECENT PROGRESS 1966 ' Con3rtlting Editor WERNER R. LOEWENSTEIN CONTENTS TDe Melding of Membrane Models. By KExxEm S. Coea 403 Strueture- and Polymorphism in Lipid-Water Systems. and their Possible Biological Implications. By VlrroRlo LuuATI. F. RElss-Hussorr, E. RtvAS Axo T. Gur.tx- KaZYWICKI 409 Studies of Isolated Plasma Membrane Preparations. Qy J. B. Fu+EAw, R. COLEMAtf AND W. A. ___ 414 o (` nu'St~ ~hr' r °g G'9ula`i~ubstructure in Unit Membranes. By J. Dwl~ RoaEaT- ~' .,. f
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50253 7711 RJR CLASS N0. TEXTBOOK TP 156 Wa 1968 Wanq,D.G.; MEMHRANES FOP REVERSE d8MOSIS:~ DESAl.YNATION ',Hlf 'UIRECT'CASTINq Om POROUS SUPPORTS., 41 Doctoral dissertation. Montana State Univ. 1968 ; Univ. MicTofilMs International.Ann Arbor, MI.83 p..68.(IN ENG.) ISN = 6149 0.3 n 0 0 0 3 0 6 1 6
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50253 7707 1 II La8 (1970) .:.:.._~__. t.acihrock3, B. D. aFlfi:t~t'~S. AitA1f.YS IS .YSIS 0F LIPIDS, PROTZIaS +.23 t'X(lt,0GIC:L KMVIL.^,.P~.~I;S, A P,ElIIw .ks!) nlhnl.V-f /1~ (`!1}l0 .~\PT C~'•tl~r[~ (~ ~1 Il .IUyMLI.~L V~ VJ~IJJ ~WV~.-~l. JaV:/iLvl, f v. V Gadbiooka and D. ChaFinan ^l2caistry and Phyaic~t of Lipids 3(No. ~'i) 30/r355 (1969) a. a 0 ,I •I tI 3 _ b w i ..-
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50253 7684 POLymW AND POLYMERIZATION--DIFFUSION/MMRANE*SILOXANE/DRUGS--TESTING/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLE'T 75 UGa 75 X1 I Ga Gaginella, T. S.; Welling, P. G.; Bass, P. (Univ. iJis., Pharmacol. Pharmaceut. Sect., Sch. Pharm., Madison, Wise., U. S.) I • NICOTINE BASE PERMEATION TlIROUGIME'T ~,I~CQ„N, 0?fE1S : COMPARISION OF DIPETRYLPOLYSILOYA.~SE AND TRIFLtlOROPROPYL IiYLPOLYST OXANE SYSTE:1S. Jour. Pharm. Sci. 63 (No. 12) 1849-53 (1974) (in English) The studies reported here evalua!e the potential Abstract a The rate of release of nicotine base from several sili- for polysiloxane polymer membrane-4, prepared as cone polymer systems was studied relative to diffusivity and solu- tubes, to release nicotine base at a predictable rate bility characteristics. Tubes composed of dimethylpoh•siluxane re- leased nicotine base rapidly: >?5'b in 4 hr. The same tubing with over an extended period. Such-tubes are easy to ia:- two external fluorosilicone laminations reduced release to about plant in anilnals and could be used to study chronic 40% in 4 hr. Tubes made of the silicone derivative trifluoropropyl- effects of nicotine and other drugs on biochemical methylpolyxiloxane caused a substantial reduction in transmission and physiological functions. of nicotine base. Drug permeability through dimethylpohsilozane tvas>20 times more rapid than through the triAuorupropylmethyl- polysiloxane system. Solubility of nicotine hase in the dimethylp<r lysiloxane and trifluuropropylmethyl derivative membranes was estimated to be 201.4 and 112.9 mg/ml. respectively. The de- *1975, No. 3, W 791* *d* creased permeability through the trifluurv,propylmethyltwl)silox- TOb8CC0 chemistry: a~ polymer appears to be due to reduced diffusivity and sulubili- ~ ty.. The lower diffusivity cannot be explained on the basis of an in- -~ ereased effective diffusional path length since turtuositv values of about 1.0 were calculated for both polymers. Druk adsorption rn 0•3 0 0 n A30589
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50253 7692 - QI) 471 Pr c erry, E. $.. @Q. PP,Oi;RBSS IN SEi'A2A'lZQN ANO PURIPICATfaN, Vol. 1 1963 1 Vol. IntaYScience (Wiley) Nev York i U•3oono 3dS97 :
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1P 50253 7695 156 ~ Ri ri~ce~~s, Robert :3. *S!L!.i;3:ZM-E3, i'ClataLasY It;l;l t:c0t;oaZCS ? 9 07 197 ?ei1~Q37 l~.i C t$s=~. iiJjj::ii DC.VFzlO€i"u2~~~ .O€i"u2~~~ .2~~~. Corp. PaitS Ct$s=~ ~ti::.4 .1L'.:S'3;s O 0T 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 6 0 0 .. ~ +~
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~ - - 1 50253 7703 ., .. ~: .,~ . :,• ~s . . ;. , . . ~ ~,,. • Yo PB80-804909 1980 TP ' 370 FOOD--PROCESSING/ RNPWO A Reverse Osmosis in Food Processing ("Citations•from the Food Science and Technology Abstracts Data Base). Mar• 80 C. Gilbert Young. I New England Research Application Center, Storrs;••CT. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA. Report period covered: Rept. for Jan 72-Dec 79 Sponsored in part by National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA. . - 1 _ abstracts) _ , . - . ~ The use of reverse osmosis or ultrafiltration in the ~, processing of foods and beverages, water, beer and wines, and wastes, is described in the cited works. Membrane materials, the science of the reverse osmosis process, tr ns~ ort operties, applications, and the cleaning and hrsd)o~th Dm&a& Ore discussed. (Contains 225
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50253 7693 * SLPARATICa AND Pt!RIFICATIOIV/PURIFICATION/REVI?RSE OSMOSIS/MEMERAli6* CLATEiRATES/CRYSTALLI?.ATICN/LIGANi`S/CHROVATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS/GAS-SOLID F0JAM SFPARATION/STYRENE/FOAM--FRACTION ATION/ QD 471 Pe 1973 I I a Ci1R0PiAT0 : i'_ ?'=' Separation and Purification Methods Volume 1 LDl90ND S. eERRY Researeh Laboratories tastmao Kodak Company Kodak Park Works tocAeatsr, New York Editea by CAREL J. VA.Y OSS Department of Microbiology School of Medicine Stata University of \ew York at Buffalo Buffalo, New York NARCEL DEIOCER, INC., New York, 1973 Q-;3n Qn 03 G-::-Sq ..... . . . ..
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50253 0 I DES ALI:v ATION--bS?:OS I S, F.EVE F.S E/ St'C 7699 ;)iSSEP.TATIONS--Ct'.ASF WESTERN R.ESERVE U:TINTI:SITYf "" TP 156 Su 1973 • 0 - 3 (). . ~~ RELATIONSHIP BF.TVEEN STRUCTURE AP1D-TRANSPORT .I.1 CELLULOSE ACETATE DESALINATION lS~RA!`ES s .. RIC:dARD D. SUDDU?'a' . .. Case S.'es tern Reserve ' Chemis try, Polyc:er Univ., Ph.D., Su~it:ed in partial fulf illr.ent of the requirenents for the Deeree of Doctor of Philosophy 5chool of Eneineering Division of !.:acronolecular Science CIaS E'ZlESTERi.' 4;S ERYE Ui:IYL.:jSITY January 1973 0..0.•3 a.6.0 .4 1973 r
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50253 7706 f : ~. Q~ ~.~.. ~ 561 Io s~ ~`AnsocrV Processes~ ~ Ion exchanga. v. 1- New York, Di. Dekker,1966- . 111" 21 cm. Editor: 196G- J. A» HarinakJ. 1. Ion ezchange--A$dreesea; ~ssays;-lakurea.` t. Daarinsky, Jacob A., ed. QD561.I58 F) 541.3723 E Library of Congress 151 66-290•27 0 3 ~ o ~ 0 3 0 6-
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50253 7708 QH 505 Ch " ,i:. Clmg=a, Drranis EZO1.OCZGAL M8RAKE3, Physical Fect and I'uactiou i^!,!t 6'tR rg7aa ;csc2eaic P•cese 0 o~3c~An~306- 1 3 Nea YcrSC _..,,,..,~,~...,...~;
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PHOrSPHOLIPIT)S--MF.MRRANFS /T,IPInS--RLnCHF.MISTRY/ME:MARA.*IESO- DRUPS--CHEMOBIODYNAMICS/ CANCER--CHEMOTHERAPY/ 1 ~ QP t/ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 751 Ne 1978 LIPOSOMES AND THEIR USES IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE Edited by Demetrios Papahadjopoulos '1'hOew York Academy of Sciences New York. New York. 1978
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-~....:.1. 50253 7698 Pocy ~Ty Edited by 0•~ 0 Q 0 0 3 0 6~~o~'c;e DcPartment of Biochemistry ~..,. • >
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50253 7715 TP 156 Ri HRGWA=5.~ TSCHDI&OG7! AND SOONO11ICS 3 Rickles, Robert N. MEMBRANES,;TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS 1967 197 Pages Noyes Development Corp. Park Ridge, New Jersey Q-~a0o n3'0620.. I ; ..~
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50253 7700 , • BIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY• Ta • 1977 : QP, 514 ~ MRM$RANE~''/LIP~ DS--RTf)CHF.MTSTRY/ANTIRTf1TICS/?tUCLRIC ACIDS/PFPTTDRS/ POLYMERS OFAMINO ACIDS/RF.NZ(a)PYRF.NF./NUCLEOSIDES/DNA, SYNTHESIS/ ANTITUMOR ANTIBiOTICS/ _ MACROMn.LF.CUi.AR SYSTEMS/ t I I 0 ~3Qa~n3COD + Volume III MACRO- AND MULTIMOLECULAR SYSTEMS _~ A treatise to supplement Bioorganic Chemistry: An International Journal Edited by E. E. van Tamelen Departmcnt of Chemistry Stanford University Stanford. California Edited by E. E. van Tamelen K*RgSS New York San Francisco London 1977 0 `, A Suhxididuy uf llurruart Hrucr luwuurric•h. I'uhlishrrs 4yya. `. . . .. . _,. ., . _ . l ... . _ t
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Membrane processes for industry; proceeaings. tn. p., 1:?Go; 267 p. illus. 22 cm. , - Symposium sponsored by the Southern Research Institate ar.d held 'May 19-20, 1W;, In Birmingham, Ala. Includes bibliographies. 1. Membranes (Technology) -Congresse3. 2. Electrodialysis- Congresses. i. Southern Research Institute, Birmingham, Ata. TP156.D45Ai4 ,.~""'N, 660.2842r4 66-30620 Library of Congress A
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50253 7720 73 A±:±?r+..can Che^ic.a1 Soci_r•,r .~, . iT L~Rt1C:~ .\Eri~Cil:1(; T..:` :-IfXG A?+~!..._:I Am 4ar YQrf. A'nerf-zan +"hentc1t r)oc:etv research renorc audio, 'rane , 3062 5
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50253 7722 BEHAVIORAL.SCIENCE/PERSONALITY/LEARNING/MEMORYIPSYCHOLOGY;/ BF 698 Ey' 1981 i EXTRAVERSION/NEUROTICISM/ ~ A Model for Personality Edited by H. J Eysenck , , r With Contributions by H. I Eysenck M.W. Eysenck D W. Fulker J Gray A. B. Levey I. Martin G. E. Powell R. M. SteliYiack G. Wilson Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg NewYork 1981 ~ 0 3 I0 0 11 3. . 0 6 2 t --
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r--.Y s~ ~ . . .._. .. . .. _ .. . .__ _ -.~..-~.! A'SER1'.:M CFsT::diC:1L SOCIE'TiC / 73 Iversor., LQs1ie -Ply- II STALKI":(: 'CE?E °fOL':CULES OFeYMM) 1 . .~ YllDL American Chenical Societv radio "aen and Moleculas•" series, Tape No. 616, Side 1, 50253 7724 C1 .3 0 0 (1 0 3 0 6 2 9
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50253 7718 I York U,~ 1s.~ ~ A N,~Ai'iJ'Is ~ M T'.N} ' /1 1 1 ~,:._hMr ?1 • \o ,:~~.. I~~, • Cq l.~:~t ~C..~.~ " +. .M:~,~~ :~~.cr cc,_,~. ., ~. ~. 3Iit1 =d 7,;.a:llton t::~u Yorlc 2- L't~.-- oa ra~"c.w 11V,# 3-r? ut3 tiiscellaneous memoranda referring to the tobacco health controversy and economics. Iteris not duplicated by press releases. o-j f1 0 t1 0 3 0 6-2 3 _t
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- '1 50253 7730 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QC 451 Me 1982 Wilaon,N. K.; NMR OF AROMATIC COMPOUNDS. John Wiley & Sons, Inc..New York, New York.82. ISN = 5653 , O~~On0306:;5
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50253 7723 - I -`)IEMO . RII'~ BEHAYIORAI. SCIENCEf ~ „ :. . EdRsd by -~- PERSON MEMO The Cognitive Basis o6gocial;Verception ' Ma LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 19a0 Hiti:dak, New Jcuy 0`3000 0 306 28 REID HASTIE HarvaM University THOMAS M. OSTROM Ohio Stata University EBBE B. EBBESEN University ot Caritornia, San Diego ROBERT S. WYER, JR. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champ DAVID L HAMILTON University of Calitornia. Santa Barbara DONAL E. CARLSTON University of Iowa
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NEUROLOGY/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/NEUROPHYSIOLOGY/ NEUROCHEMISTRY/ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY/SENSES & SENSATION VISI~N/HEARING/BRAIN/LEARNING/MEMORY`/ 1 Principles of Neural Science - Edited by Eric R. Kandel, M.D. Profawr, Departments of Physfolop.nd Psychuay Directow, Center for Neurobiolosy and sehavia CoUese of Physicians & Suqeoos of Colnmbu Umversiq and James H. Schwartz, M.D., Ph.D. Protes.or, Dep.rtmena of Pbysiolo~y and Neurolop Center tor Neuroblolosy .nd &hevior College of Physicians & Surgeons of Columbia University Elsevier/North-Holland New York • Amscerdam • Oxford « 0.3n 0003063 0
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50253 7716 j 78 XII Ra Ann. Chim. Et. Phys. 25, 332-7 (1849) ~ REPORT ON PLATINUM COMPLE!{ES WITH NICOTINE. (in French) 11 Aii4UiE SCR LBS COMBIS•IiSONS DU PL:1Tl\E AVEC Lfi 4{COTL1iB: ~' Paz M. RAEWSKY. (Yrlsent6 i 1'Aeadtmie des Sciences, dans Is elance du & t dccembnt iiS{&) Dans le hlrtnoire que j'ai eu 1'honneur de presenter i 1'Acaditnie il y a quclquc temps sur les sels anilicoplati- uiques, j'ai confirinc par des exreriences directes l'analoDie .lui eziste entre 1'amtnouiaque ct 1'anilinc. Des lors il etait y curieux de savoir coniment se comportent d'autres alcalis orgauiques avec le protocLiorure dc piatiue, s'ils sont ca- pables de donner uaissance a des composes analogues aux sels ae 111I. 11aBctus et Reiset. C'cst dans cc but quc j'ai entrepris des recLercLes qui font 1'objet de cc ,llcmoire. .,- Quand on ajoute peu a pcu dk la nicotine dans unc dis- ~ solution~ ticae ct acide *du pt•otochlorure dc platinc, en ' ayant soin de rcfroidir la niassc: qui s'cchaull'c dr.-as cettc reaction, et de I'a;iter avec une baguette de vcrre, on Q,~ Ottcbat1 pa~ a aPcrccvoir la formation d'~~n scl oranec
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50253 7712 _. ._ . . . ._ _. ~ - •t s 17 I t.. ,,rw- lMu`!EIAtI14` FOM GPSAL41IA`aCN SY MTEFbS . .. O~)~~f ~ . '. . . . ~ ~ . (1961}jqark :ey, L. L. MwYB:tAILi,sS 'r'4R DESA3.I?CATIQ23 BY REVERSE OS?•S4SIS, by L. L. 2tarttley, R. A. Croaa, H. J. Bi:i3.ex, J. A. Iiunter, W. Snerman G4.11an and Sidney Jo'.:nsvu. (U. S. V`pa: tment of the Interior, Of f ice of S,1ina 6later, Research and DevElopment Progress Report No. 281.) III ReA3 1967 92 pages U. S. Dapt. of the Interior Washington, D.C. C) _.._ . . _.,.~...~-,~-- .~ . 0.3 0 0 0 0 3 0 6 1 7
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50253 7678 : ,. EDITORSIN-CHlCF'_. ~. ,ffitlwds in :Emwnolo6 y Sidncy P. Volume XLYII ) 11Y"-=-- P-}, r . ~zo:~rr•em'"branes Part B EDITED BY Sidiuy Fliucltcr CtfAiTKEMT O! MOLltULAR EIOLO4Y tANDE!lat1.T UNtVERfrIY, NASHV/LLE. TINNESfa! Lesttr Packtr 0ltAtTf/ENT OF PHYSMLOGY•ANATOM' IMfVERSRT OR CALIFOENIA, RERLtttV, CALIFOfUJ1A Colowick Nathan O. Kaplan ACADEMIC PRESS 'Ncw York San Francisco"London 19: A Subsidiuy of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Pubtishen 7 i
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`- 50253 7728 DRUGS, PSYCNOTROPIC/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/DRUGS--BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS/ NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/ LEARNING/MEMORY~ o~~hannlcolo Jy Fsgch 300 „ A Biochemical 1977 and Behaioral ~ ~roae i ~~ S. . l ~ • . . ' . 3 l.c~~~i~ S:Sc.ictc.n Iiudil A. Dykstra The.University of Chicago The University of North Carolina Departments of Pharmacology and Physioloq Departments of Psychology and Pharmacology Sciences and Psychiatry 0 0 n® VAIO N!OS~R~IND REINHOLD COMPANY NEW MOh( CqrCQMdATI ATLANTA DALLAS t;AN FRANCI$CO LONDON TORONTO MELBOURNE i r'
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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/BEHAVIORAG TOXICOLOGY/LEARNING MUTAGENESIS/AIR--POLLUTInN--HEALTH EFFECT/LUNGS--DISEASES/ SULFUR OXIDES/CARBON MONOXIDE/NITROGEN OXIDES/ OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH/WATER--POLLUTION/WASTE DISPO RA 445 Un 1977 11 HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ,ENVIRONMENT - SOME RESEARCH NEEDS _ ~ Report of the Second Task Force for JR,esearch Planning in Environmental Health Science -- U. S. ., _. . R L" - Public Health Set.ice/Na!iunal Institutcs of Health National L•i'stitute of E:.•ironmental Health Sciences DNEW Publication No. NIH i7-1277
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• • - 50253 7731 MEI~ OF ACI-~IEVEI~EI~iT ~ Ka ~ 1976 _ t . .. BIOGRAPHIES--DICTIONARIES/WHO'S WHO/ INTERNATIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL CENTRE/ A VOLUME THREE ' 1976 Editorial Director ERNEST KAY ME-I.ROSh PRI•:SS LIMITF.D Q ~ Csmbridgc, l:ngland Contains nearly six thousand biographies of men in many countries /971i11ustrated with portrait photographs . 'Tr, Sranki.cs :
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. :-._ 50253 7726 ,. -SMOKING-ANt?•HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKfNG--PSYCy0L0GY NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY/PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS ORUGS-~PSYCHOTROPIC/AGIN(:/OPIATES/MARIHUANA/ BARBITURATES/ALCOHOL I SM/ ANX I ETY/MEMORWOOPAt•1IN E/ Psychopharmacology: . " 315.~ Li . A Generation of Progress 1978 ,.-. I . L . n a 3 n 6 ..1 / 1(anfi A. Lipem KD., Fti.n. puerl ~t~ ~k~r Reaw~A Crr. yw Gwrf Gw/q wn~e Rw4A Arairra.~I G.Ilsw [.nr. I'Iq/a~r ~Af'eMf~/f irrb ~dA4d Cndrr SeAw Qwd m /Mr& Qr.Y.. ARmoo Mawio, ee.n. QUuUW ef pqdArb'u.nip ~~y pfttriam fA)chWb7 /hyztvhwwmmkw rwb M.ttd Sc&.r ~ INra lA...e1rr. L*6 F. Kipam, P6.D. or~+.,r~.IGaA~•-a~+r M..t Ifu.rfc,rw Adt C.qA..+. Raven Press  New York /l I r'a
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50253 7727 ' DISSERTATIONS--UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORtIIA/NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/ UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA TS . 2240 Los Angeles Sc 1978 2 C. 44 ' ~ 14:a The Effects of Nicotine onrLearning by . ~ and Short-termvtenory"Jk ~ Yina Gita Schneider A dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the ' " requirements for the degree Doctor of Plilosophv ' in Psychology . • - ?od. C,ctA c( .J*&-aCc , 0 ,: . n~..~ A 4 I A 3 a 63_2 .. . ,- -: -i . .~ _, o. . . _.,. RA
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50253 7738 /BUSINESS AD2IINISTRA'IION/ qD RESEARCH, INDUSTRIAL--MANAGEMENT/INNOCATION/ 69 *te MANACEMENT--OPEI2ATION/ 1972 SCIENCE POLICY FOL'NDATION"SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS SE°.IES. Unaria-clipment and tE.''iU~C !'~-vol.1- i97z • an Anglo-American - • I exchange of views. CQOrdinating Editor• Cyril C. Gee x ~~ 1 r \ , . Editor: a ~ ~ ; 1~' \ ~ ~II d ~! j a 3 n 0 n o 3 0 6 4:~~--__ ~ ------•---
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50253 7721 361 co 1978 ~.~~. ACETYLCHOLINE/CATECHOLAMINE/SEROTONIN/HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE/ KERyQD4I$1(ITFrMjD(~UP~S*INERYOUS SYSTEMIMEMORY/LEARNING%~COLOGY/ The Biochemical Basis of Neuropharmacology ROBERT H. ROTH, Ph.D. hoh,.at d Ru+..Wlov .d Areai..y Y.k U.i.a.iy SeW .f M.dio.e JACK R. COOPER, Ph.D. Y.Y a.:y SAuul a( M New Yoek OXFORD UNIVERSIIY PRESS 1978 FLOYD E. BLOOM, M.D. u:ft... aa., v.ieg av. c..r. i. b..;wa Nmebigkw ns.rt.t:.. e. urr., crrau. 0- 30 00030626 . _..~... ,
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aG. vt3tl2i,~. ~ ~" , * . .. t~ %*C A Candid Report on the ,Qroduct t11anac;ement S fstem--- Yts Function;• and Frustrations by niCHARD LnAYNC Craln Communications, tnc. Ch1t. yo, tflinois ! 0-3:o O..n U 3..0..6...31. . .~ . 50253 7733 .r - - ....r.r•.....,...t
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. .. .. . . ..i 3i..a . . ,. . ~ r 04 CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC/ ORGANIC CHETIVIIISTRY pDDL A Concise Approach DAVID J. COLDS1fITH I ~Parimeni oi ;;,emi3try • LEON MANDELL Emory UnirersiLy W. A. BE:YJADiL~*, INC., Menlo Park, California ._ . . . s . . ~ ! PSI'• -
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. - • - -~--- - ------ 50253 7751 II Me 6 FILMS FROM LUNG WASHINGS AS A MECHANISM MODEL FOR LUNG INJURY BY OZONE, by Richard M. Mendenhall and Herbert E. Stokinger. Jour. Appl. Physiol. 17, 28-32 (1962) Q3 0 0 n a 3 fl 6 5 b
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73 III Ze FLEt:Tr''3DTALYST;:/ d. thoor. 11io1. fi'I72; 37, 37?--3.3 50253 The Cot:staut Field ilippro:.intatioii: ~tta.~x ?.t:ra.1*t Atcl Numcricnl ).;ti~:;l,ta!iort f,)r 1lot~ovaic~tt u,rry Aleclical t ollc;;e, Iotts IljihrZtin; Across a Ho;i~ubcneous i1~~ct~~brane N'ashcille, 7'eraressee 3720S, II.S.A. AND . r H. H. Sntli l3iotetbnology Conimittee, Carircgre-Rtellojr U»irersity, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213, U.S.A. t This paper has numerically evaluated the "crror" incurred by assuming constant electric field for clectro-dilfiusion processes across homogeneous membranes. For the constant field assumption to be exact, the net electric char.ac density in the nr.mbnne must be zero. Howcv,r, the assumption of constant field, AV/3, and the consequent inteeration of the Nernst-Planck flux equation l.ads to ion concentration profiles rhorLt which EUYt'e a Iloil-z^.ro chwrge density w:ilca call the "error density", p°(y). p°(x) was integjated via the Poisson equation to deter- mine an "error electric field", L•'(r). The constant field assumption, the Ncrnst-Planck flux equations and the Poisson cauation arc all mutually compatible within the error spxificd by j6°(Y)'j[A V/6]-1. 77019 1. Introduction rrt,irwv nn. el!`Ctr(1(jrffii4oI1_vina 0•3n00 030609
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r-- !w So253 7741 ... 1 7QC NeC4 74 S.P. . .a..W.....-~.. ...:...P~.:.v.as...~..~a+t..-_.4a.wL\A..NW.a~ ' .w.n.fi~. The,Rate.. of Value Increase . a f Or SUGAR MAPLE by Josepn*.`=1'~ Mandek, U.S.DJI. FOREST SERVICE RESEARCH PAPER NE-250 ' 1477 NORTHEASTERN FOREST EXPERIMENT STATION, UPPER D/lRBY, PA. FOREST SERVICE, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WARREN T. DOOLITTLE, OIRECTOR .: r. ~ f .' .~. . ~ . . *~ ` . . , ' 1 ~ . . , . ••- ' ' -. . ~ , . . . . .... -.. _ _ ~.. a - .3,.30;b4b . ~ tj Ted J. Grisez 1 G. R. Trimble, Jr. : ,. r
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50253 7740 1. Electrophoresis. i. Mende, Serge de, joint author. QD561.A893 ~"'~ 541.372 60-2? 13 2 L(brary of Congress ` J 131 ~- . ._ . ._........_ .~ „~.,...~.,,.,,., _.... ..--. . 0.3 0 0 n0 3 06-4 9 _... -- .- - - -_.... ~ ~~. &,.8s del . cft: aut: +N ~ A Audubert, Rend Andr6, 1899, The principles of electrophoresis ~byj Rene Audubert & Serge de 1liende. Translated by A. J. Pomerans. London, Hutchinson Scientific & Technical j1959] 142 p. lllus. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 1 QD j 271 I
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50253 7735 ~~~ ~.... I I I Me2-81 . 7 S. P. STk c ~ Environmental Effects on Peppermint ITentha prperita ~.). . Effect of Daylength, Photon Flux ben~ity, Night Temperature and Day Temperature on the Yield and Composition of Peppermint Oi4,/ ~dNSI. j. Plant Phy:br., l9so.?. 6ss-92 R. !. Clark anJ1K;~~ S// Department or Agricultural Science, The University of Tasmania, G.P.O. Box 232C, Hobut, Tas. 7001. _ Abrtr.at Lon# days (16 h light), high photon flux density (I200 µE m-' a-') and high night temperature • (20"C) resulted in the highest oil yield. Dayknph, night temperature, day temperature and photon flux density were important inta- acting factors determining oil composition. The photosynthate model proposed by Burbott and _' Loomis (Pfaw Pbytbl., 1967, 42, 20-8) explained the effect of environmental factors with respect ~ , to pulegone, menthone and menthofuran. Factors favouring the maintenance of high levels of O_•! ~ v ~ph~psyn~ate~sul~d in~ighPpnoentrations of menthone and low concentrations of pulegone and 'V meldhofQ~an, `~1'he~hot~JyntMe model does not explain the effect of environmental factors on l I _- severa other monoterpeoes. .... .. . ~ ~
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'FOOn=-dAW%ihix;ft:g7 Sesiaanual Progress Report MIENS 222YOt-ES-80038 Period Covered: 1 October 1978 - 1 March 1979 Biomedical Sciences Division Lai+rence Livermore Laboratory University of California P.O. Box 5507 Livermore, California 94550 Principal Tnvestigatort No.rtimelrL..- l~teindelsohet- i Lead Scientists: Frederick T. Hatch (LLL) Leonard F. Bjeldanes (UCB) 1QEAS Project Officer: John W. Drake Chief, Laboratory of Environmental ' ~. Mutagenesis - a~n ~~ 0 3 o b~ f
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50253 7752 ' EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN/STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ QA Introduction to 76 Linear Models and - 968 The Design and Analysis I of Experiments Ufllverlilr of Raf1da Duxbury Press, A Division of Wadsworth Publishing Company, Inc., B.fmont, California ~ ! . ~. 4~ .
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0 RC . 261 Bu 1981 -1 ..• ~...:•..~~. - ~ 50253 7719 - LIFE STYLE/CANCER--EPIDEMIOLOGY/CANCER--VIROLOGY/ CANCER--NASOPHARYNGEAL/CANCER--GENETICS/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY NITROSAMINES/CANCER--CAdSiATION BY DIET/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY RADIATION/ CANCEfj--PREYENTIQN/ CANCER - Achievements, Challenges, and Prospects for the 1980s Volume 1) 1. ~, Proceedings of the 1980 International Symposium on Cancer ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Alenwria/ Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Presenud by Ma~no~tt~t_ ~Sto~.it~l~'~7iaos t;ente~ Joseph H. Burchenal, M.D. Cosponsored by the National Cancer Institute and the Americap Cancer Society 4 ~ September 14-18, 1980 Edited by New York, New York Herbert F. Oettgen, M.D. Memorial Slowi-lfCettering Cancer Center New York, New York 0 J,l 1SuQdiA qJ0i=3r lovurwvich, Pu6lisiurs ( New York L.ondon . Toroc~ Sydney San Francisoo . . . •_~
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7 0 50253 7745 HA Mendelsohn; H: 'Al THE" DENVER -SYMPOSIUM ON MASS COM4tUNICATIONS RESEARCH FOR SAFETY. A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AND A PROPOSED THEORY, edited by Murray Blumenthal. 1964 288 p. National Safety Council 0-3 0 0 n t) 3 0 6 9 0 ~ .. ."-.. -2
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,. . , .- ,,.. 50253 7754 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QD 341 Mu 1982 ,##~~j~Brown,S.A.; Murray,R.D.H.;ltaki)d j THE NATURAL COUMARINS. OCCURRENCE, CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY. John Wiley & Sons Ltd..NY.82.(IN t ENG.) ISN = 714 0-3 0 eM.0 30 6 5 9 T . --~
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,._...._ - 50253 7732 S*.JOKING HABTTS--U. S./ DRUG ARU.SE/MARIINANA/ ALCAHOLISM/ RN OPIATES/HEROI.1/- : ' COCAINF./' -7/TOBACCO--SMOKINC--SURVFY/ t 300 Od 1976 YO UN G ~'Ir~~[EN .,A ND : Dr.tli UG S - ~ i Y AG'~~r~~~~~1 aV ~L 0 by John A. ®'Donne89, Ph.D. Harwin L: Ve30, Ph.D. Richard R. Qlas-2on, Ph.D. Gerald T. 56afifial, Ph.D. Robin G. t"J. Room, M.A. February 1976 NIDA Research Monograph S '~~~~~QE. aC~J tl ~~'U'~E 6~1a DRUG ABUSE 11400 Rockville Pike • Rockville, Maryland 20852 IJF.PARTFtENT OF"HF.AI,TfI, EDUCATION, & WF.LFARD, PUBLIC HEALTH SF.P,VICE, ALCOII DRUG ABUSE, AND MENTAL NEALTIt ADMINISTRATION/
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50253. 7753 276 Me 1980 third odidon' - A- STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ Wawa* Ia-N,#?UMMA~* Univerdty ot F1«ids LYMAN OTT MerreU Rae.rch Ceata Q DUXBURY PRESS North Scituate, Masuchusetts A
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...~ _ .. _....._ ...___.. _.._ .--.__.__..«__. "......_......_r.. _ . __.. •_...w..L.-,~.._.._._ ....a«~ ~ .w•~. XXiI Pa-74 . ,~, . - ~.:_. . _ . _ : ... ..s..:., :. _ .. a:_. f .._.... ._._ r. 50253 7736 __ S,P,. PACKACI2:G REPORT from THE PAC1:.ACING INSTITUTE, U.'S. •A. T-7311 ~ I CONVENIENCE FOODS: A WAY OF LIFE by~, I Preser.ted at the Seminar M.E. Fle•fible Packaging for Heat Processed Foods entral Engineering Divisic St.- Louis, t•lo., November 26-29, 1973 FNC CORPORATION _ Stant Clara, California Sponsored jointly by the • Flexible Packaging Cor.v-nittee and St. Louis Chapter, THE PACKAGING ItvSTITL'rE, U.S.A. THE PACKAGING INSTITUTE, U.S.A. ' 342 Madison Avenue New York, N.Y. 10017 . i .. ....._ . . • " . I _ " : - . • . • .. .. . . • . " ~ - • ' --... .. ... . .. .. . - . . . .. . . _ - ~ . . - 3 - .. • . . . . .. . . . . . ~ ; ,~ .77 ~ (Vi.~ c~ ofn o 3 o b q ~. ~ , , . ~ :. . ~ . . r _ -~._ . - a . ,. . . ..
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50253 7750 CtiEMQLUAtIPIESCEYCI:/ PCLY*!F.RS AND POLYMF.RIZATICN/ 76 III Me1 FtNAI. 1:,31.'ORT on SPACI: SHUTTLE idOt;;fL•'TP.LLIC MATERIALS IIAGE LIFC PREDICTION to NA,SA-LYriP,Oti B. JOHNSON SPACE CIiNTifi. August, 1975 by (~ l~ John A. liassell, and Richard A. Nathan (NASA-CF-147463) SPAC° SHUTTLE 2a0tItiETALLIC lfATERIALS AGE LIr^E PREDICTION Pirial Peport (Battello Coluobus Lats., Ohio.) 107 p HC CSCL 11G G3/27 t BATTrLLr .- . Cc1lu~±bus L::b~racorics R PRICES 21?Iia7 TO CfifiNVE ~-~t10t1t~3 0 6 5 5 N76-18276 Unclaa 14200 kCPRDO9CE6 OY NATtONIa 1 E:G•lNiCAL lNFORMt+fION SERYtCE U.S. SPRIli4FF7lLD, YA.~22151L!~iF 0
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50253 7714 QD 453 We . 1975 ' /MEMBRANE PHENOMENON/ 6~ jfCHNIQUES OF CHEMISTRY ARNOLD WEISSBERGER, Editor " lf~ hiENtBRANESIN.- aEPARAT1ONc SUN-TAK. HWANG KARL KAMMERMEYER Professor Professor Department of Chemical and University of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Materials Engineering A WILEY-1NTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION JOHN WILEY & SONS New York • London • Synd:y • Toronto i
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50253 7739 X Ke6 Kerr, W. K. i"}':'s EFFECT OF S~iOKING ON ALADDER C11aC~i'Xf;ENS. By tT. K. Kerr;.M. S°r4in; P. L'. 1.: vare; S. K. C. Woo and Z. 14eiiar,•k Acr.d. Of Med. of x<;.anto, Seo.los or Urology, pnpcr, 3;:p. , Toronco, Ce,nnc:A (Msr--h 16, 1965) 0 0-.3 a O n n 3 0 6 4 4 fi
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•- . r... . ~.. __. - . _ . - . .~9 •Q£Q~UQU'~''0 . ~ - - ..c. s•:..~.y~ ~ -- -.~1 -_ _ : °(VA) 1 ' .1t0~~:~:{~~tt~ flu 919 'c t~::1•.4G•v~s'rv~•V,{? `9 :'J•fRir•t~J~lT -=f'l=asf:~::;i+_3'Yt93!Jl'~~rcc;Ji~kl!b~1:3Ci+1 1'i? Mo;I:I.°:aiLttt~'I'2! w1r>}i~:•t1~it10'Zte.~~e^. 04'C- 7:.iL74vY* ~ !Ut:Eto°a,; :;i :1 sF: 1•tSGti11?(Yir} 1 . - f ; ~3~ t1Gs s?i~ Ct~•V:Ce= •((f 1* 49st '3 •a-If:Vilfr=lUR1:3lL'107127:L:te+3 '=w.Z74 ~ V9-M:7 'S•Vai,iiCr.'*k'i~1RGJ193~1L11Ql1~7v2) 1 'ua HJ'sf:'Jyn. '4Y:4Im. Y7Z~ ii011?#rfUM1bl:IT•t? ~~ G:~LEcl1 ::?d1IF1•:l:Z{:Cr~;lllLjlL- mkJM` '-1q?Co:~`i0foVYHfV:V~ . 46re 6r-l 'l 'A2'1Y/ ~ (£I) tV •'1G*CD* -F•X * t'.~-W 9%. a21 uUt ~ (896T) £ZT-TZT(Z)ZZ nAAu3x u>zsnxTy3 # IXvSti'S '?? ;fl +jV-=-D-.Iul1 XX 1 L1LL ESZOS -- - - .,-~-.
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0 BY ROGE,R.D, WEISS M.D.JPAUL D. GOLDENHEIM, M.D., STEVEN M. MIRIN, M.D., CHARLES A. HALES, M.D., AND,1At:It.~tt ]~6~1i~1~„SQN1ikM.D. 81 II' We DRUG ABUSE/ W 50253 7748 Pulmonary Dysfunction in ocaine Smokers Am J Psychiatry 1.18:8. Augrist 1081 ~. itlc-n~a~ The authors report another complication offreebase cocaine begun intranasal use (snorting) of cocaine several times smoking. They found a signifcant reduction in the carbon week at age 20. Two months before her admission she begP monoxide dj,a'using capacity in the lungs of two patients. smoking cocaine freebase, which she prepared by usir This suggests that inhalation of the freebase ojcocaine may buffered ammonia as the alkali, 6 to 10 times a day. Ms. A: damage the pulmonary gas exchange surface. previous drug use had included daily marijuana smoking fc several months when she was 16 years old. Since then, st: . This section contains 1) new research ftndings, including preliminary data from pilot studies, either clinical o laburatctry; 2) irorthirhile replication studies; 3) case reports that describe a truly netr syndrome or cast net light on established ones: and 4) case reports that indicate a neu' therapeutic procedure of potential value or cal attention to adverse effects of drugs.or previously unreported complications of therapeutic interventions. Pro gram descriptions and literature reviews cannot be printed in this section. Criteria for farmat are listed it "It~'~~rmation for Contributors" in each issue; papers that do not adhere to these criteria n•ill be returned to tht author. 0_3n0n0 30653 _.._..,..-.~ 0
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50253 7765 * x Wi 4 I ".=' Ir 7 Williams, Henry L., Jr. A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AS TO THE PHYSIOLOGIC DYSFUNCTION OF MENIERE' DISEASE: A NEW HYPOTHESIS AS TO ITS FUNDAMENTAL CAUSE. The taryngoscope 75 (No. 11) 1661-1690 (1965) 03 n o nn 3 0 b 7 0
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i 50253 7756 I RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK BF 30 Bi 1982 WilMotte,J. (ed. ); he.8,t#~jewf.czj~(ed. ); Berner,P. (ed. ); Gabriel,E. (ed.); NEW TRENDS IN SUICIDE PREVENTION. Bibliotheca Psychiatrica,No. 162. S. Karqer.New York, NY.82.(IN ; ENG.) 0.3 n 0 0 0 3 0 6 6 1 ISN = 5429 ,. .. .,_ _ . , _ ~ . _ . _..~...._.....
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72't M& CREATIVE THINKING/ : .., ~ l "a JLW~~~~ ~a."; 3 S ! , ~ ~.by JaY 5+ 1•Sande f ... .,. ._':- To ~~ s~A - ~ -. . . . _ . . . ~ . . . . . . . , . . ~ . . . ~ .~. , . ~ . ~ . . - -.. . . . - ~-. ~i . . , Creative thinking is essr:ntial for ir:dividuals and ~ organizations that want fo deal c;fec:ive!y with :~ `- • - ' - to ma•'ce his thinking more creative. ~..= •- •- there are sarye simple steps that anyone can take , t - . - . _. - SuVC71 CfJCJri[,C /!1 JJJC y=JJS u JICVU. 8"ureul7L)JCJr, ~•.- . . . . . , . ~ . . , . . a.3 0 0 t~ p 3 0 b 4 9 ,,...,
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50253 7760 I .: , ..,:.:.. -. ~-- !'loaat1,v~y • bi ' Symposium on Iiadioactivity ilt Dtan, Vanderbilt Unii+er- sity, 1960. Rktdioactivity in man; whole body counting and effects of internal galrona ray-emitting radioisotopea Edited by C-Lorgo R. Meneely. Springfield, Ill., Thomas 119611 xz, 491 p. 111us., dtagrs., tables. 24 cm. 1. Itadloactivtty-Congrmes. • 2. Sclntillatton countera. 3. Itadio- tsotopes. z.'Meneely, George R., ed. it. Title. QC770.S93 1960 612.01448 60-53279 Ltbrarp of Congress t101 0.3~QR~3 0 6 6 S E I r 1.~ ~. . .,.. ~ . - - ,-._. .
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_ r . .. . . 50253 779 4 F TOBACCO--SMOKE--NICKE'L/ = VIII Me -74 S.P. 9 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET ` Elia, V. J. ; Merrftii;"E:E`; Petering, H. G. `` (Univ. Cincinnati, Coll. Med., Kettering Lab., Dep. Environ. Health, Cincinnati, Ohio; U. S.) CADMIUAI AND NICKEL--C0%.510N CHARACTERISTICS OF LETTUCE LEAF AND TOBACCO ! CIGARETTE SMOF:E..... . Environ. Lett. 4 (No. 4) 317-24 (1973) (in English) - „ *Keywords:* cadmium, smoke, constituent; nickel, smoke, constituent. Lettuce leaf cigarettes, a tobacco substitute, have been found to contain significant levels.of ca, N1 and.•- Zri. A lettuce cigarette contains 1. 39 fag of Cd and - : 5.3 pg of Ni per cigarette: These levels indicate.. ,..'.~-._;; . significantly higher Cd and'Nit content of lettuce ._ 7 7 : cigarettes in comparison•with tobacco cigarettes. Our- • 0_~ n 0 tt 03•4.b 5;4 a
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' Z,;.F,pS--COtiTRf1L/ .^,E`.q?Y'l'ATT(PQ'2TNnTBIT(1RSf 73 II Wa PO"aT-FMF.I;CENCE WEED CONTROL BY USE OF UNF ELECTRO"L4GI:ETIC FIELDS. 50253 7763 By J. R. Wayland, F. S. Davis, A..,M&- MenRes., C. Robinson and N. G. Merkle. Departments of Vhysics, Range Science, Soil and Crop Sciences Texas A6M University, College•Station, Texas. . 0 0-3 0 0 n n 3 0 66 8
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50253 7772 ' -- -- - - -- --- 73 XI Foi-79 -~- S.P. YOBACCO--ADVERTISINC/'CAMEL/ R,IR CLASS 110. I'f4,`PI;LET 73 XI Fo1-79 s.p. R. J. Reynolc's Tobacco CwM!, flamCurq, Geri?iany h?EM"& U& F•f•ACF1fS, EEi-SL'RE-KAEtA R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Csrbli, news release, !lamburg, Germany (Oct. 25, 1973) - in Gernan *Abstr. in: Commerce in Cernal,y 197II (:.o. 3) lp (1978)* Refers to the marketing of a special line of inen`s wear by RJR Gerrwny in order to proarote sales of Car..el ciqarettes. : 4300tT030677. I I
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_ " .. : _ ....~ .._...,:.. s.-:...~~ . ..~ ~.,.~. .. ... ~.. -.~ .._. -._.-..,...~-.~f ... . . . . . . . 50253 7773 ;• 74 X Sm SyOKING HAI3ITS--RCLINQIiISHIidt;/T`JBACCO--S :ChaLOGY/ RJR CL.~~S NO. P~~-tPIiLET 74 X Sn IQ AND S:iCKIN;,. Sunday Ti.nes, 1974, (Apr. 28, 1974) (in i:nglis:7) *Abstr. {n: Sr.iaking ;iealth Synopsis (London) 1 (Apr. 29, 1974)* I A~ *1974, i;o. 9, L' 3583* *dx- ~-- ..- • t?- 3 cl- o c1 f~ 3 0 6 ? 8
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50253 7779 .,..,~. . ~ Youden, W. J, SETS OF MEE I%'.11SLRifE:VTS, From: ThQ Scientific tonthly ~_7: 143-4? (19`3). , i 0--340 0 o3 0 b84
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50253 7743 REF QD 151 Cm 1973 - F. TRA.NSL'M2IIUM ELE,iF.NTS/NEPTUNIM1/PLUTONIt1:f/ArtERICIUM/CURIUM/ BERKELIUrf/CALIFORNILC{/EINSTEINIUti/CEP.t•fILTMf/H E;~f:£EV1Iw/?QOBELIUM/ LAWRENCIUPf/RUTtIERFORDIUM/KURCIIATOVIU~ f/HAHNI UM/ NIELSBOHRI UM/ G rnelins Handbueh BEGRt7NqET VON Leopold Gmelin der anorganischen Chernie Erqanzungswerk zur achtcn Auf!age Band 7a Tifansufane Telf A 1, 1: Die Elemento von Gunter Koch BEARBEITER DIESES BANDES Earl K. Hydo, Glenn T. Seaborg REDAKTEUR DtESES BANOES Karl-Christ;an Buschbeck, Gmelin-Institut (Frankfurt am Main) In Zusammnnarbeit mit dem Kernforschungszentrum Karfsruhe, mit Unterstutzung durch den Fonds der Chemie VERLAG CHEMIE-GMBH-WEINIf EIM/BERGSTRASSE-197 ~ ~.~ ._ _.~-.. . .- : ,~~,.:..~...~. M ~ ~ 3 0 6 4 n 0 0, 0 0 3 3 -...:.~,....,...,~.~......__ -,~. , ... _
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50253 7771 ' Txhar, Blanoci Fel:x, 188J- `1'ho handbook of measurement :ind control, edited by-:%1. F. 13ch1r in association with 1'. R. Ewald t^nd othersl ''" 1 Pitt:;butigh, Instruments Pub. Co., °1951- ! v. lllus. 29 cm. 1. Physicai tustrumentQ. 2. atensuratiou. 3. Automatic control. I. Tltle. Fxll rtame: Jiano;~l 1•'elis tLr Mxyo Bchar. QC53.B4 530.78 01-61;;0 Ltbrary of Cougress t52i=101 0-. 3 0 0 n 0 3 0 6 8 2 X ~~
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50253 7778 I f i 39 ! G I Gramberg, Anton, 1875- 't'echnische Dte.ssuna n bei ;1faschinenuntersuchun ;en und zur Betriebskontrolle. 7., neubearb. Auft. Berlin, Springer, 1953. 445 D. 111ua 24 cm. ~ 1. Mechanical engtneering. 2. Mensuration. r. Title. ~ TJ153.G7 1353 621.017 54-1451 j Library of Congress y ~21 0 3 t] 0 ~0 3 0 b 8 3
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_~- "'- by KEtrH H. STEINKRAUS, ROGER A. AIOttS£,rl' A HOAN(3 VAN MINH. BsATtaaa V. MtavooaA and F. M. LAt co This article presents a useful short survey ortechniques developed jor honey analysis since 1900, mainly in the United States. /t was prea pared in connection with research on Apis dorsata honey, results of which are published in the current issue of Journal of Apicultural Research, in a paper by Hoang Van Minh together with the other jour authors ojthi.; summary. Working in the Philippines, they needed an assessment of methods currently available and, because ojaccessibility of. sourees. American publications predominate. . Professor Steinkraus and Professor Morse are on the staff at Cornell University (at Geneva and Ithaca respectively) in New York State. The other authors are at the University of the Philippines, '~ College ojAgriculture, Laauiw. • . ~ . ' . :,- O ,. 3 0 ~ 0 AtrAuAiA 2 '', C 2 .,::,c ~t,t.:, 122 , , 7`-~.~ l UC^rt( ~C 1~5 -2 t' 3, ~s~ ~- r? 7r !g 7, , In 1903 Erowne and Young stated as the objectivci of their honey research: i ,„(l) to deterrnine-tile general composition of honeys; (2) to estabtish a range ~.... ~... M` • . _ _ ~~.~.•_., .~_ • _. .., . J .....~«y•~-~...~ ~ ......•+.... .. . . ..~. ..Y....~i. ~. _ . . ~~.i . _~_ . ~g~'3 ~ K n~ ~ ' L L ~~SG_~ CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF HONEY: ~ A BRIEF SUMMARY 1900-1971 - A
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Saturation kinetics for steady-state pulmonary CO transfer ~WF'MFNDO?.IEPN. PEAVY, B. BURNS, AND G. GURTNER Departments o/'Medicine and Environmental Health Sciences, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, Maryland 21205 A1r.NU(1ZA, C.. H. PEAVY. B. BURNS. AND G. riURTNER. Saturation kinrtics for slractv-slalr pulmonary CO transjrr. J. Appl. Physiol.: Respirat. gnviron. H:xercise Physiol. 43(5): 880-6A4, 1977.-:itendy-state diffusinl; capacity of the lungs for carbon monoxide (11i,,,) was measured in 13 anesthetized, paralyu•d dogs vcnlilated at constant tidal volume and ral.e, using four different inspired CO levels .(1V. 600, 1,110, and 2.000 ppm). DL,•„ increased and reached a maximum as the inspired CO level was rai.*d from 190 to 600 ppm. Further increases in inspired CO concentration were accompanied by, a decreasC in DL,.,,. CO dead space and Pa„, remained con- stant at alrd Ic,~ls. ]n sc~~e c:~c~ry~cnts a_syca~ set of mc.~.~~rrAit nt,41wa11ma[2 tbf rc~ltshbf ~ichEiv r,c similar to those ofthe first set. The results cannot be explained by changes in CO back pres.sure, pulmonary capillary volume, or reaction rate of CO with hemoglobin, but can be,explained , could be explained by saturable absorption of CO by a lung tissue component. The tissue component could have been the carrier, but could conceivably have been a noncan-ier cytochrome. These experiments, although suggestive of facilitated transport, were inconclusive because of the alternative explanations of the results. In the present experiments we measured steady-state Dt.,•„ at different inspired CO concentrations using the method described by Bates et al. (1). Because this method measures true gas to blood CO transfer, the experiments should provide a clear-cut test of the facili- -tated transfer hypothesis. MATERIALS AND METHODS
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TeratoloEy 7 (ho.3) A28 (1973) -73 DtJ(AGL T0 T1IF. PITUITAT.Y-GO::ADAL }:X Nc L' 3 S.P. TO ?:OP:OSODIL'M CLUrA.*tA1'F. (r1SG) . f . TEPERYA:, L., HfiFil~UF.GII, M. ar.d M%Tw0"'_ lOfdOZi'' Bronx !ligh School of Science, He++ York,N.Y.,Dept. of Biology,City College of t:ew York, and Dept. of £ndo- crinology.Vargas Hosp?tal,Vene:uela. tarv-aonaeal axis Dar+ac,c to the pitui inBuced by fetal exrosure to :onosodiun alat~r..a:e YSG Administration of 14SG to neonatal mice has been reported to result in fe- . 1 Aa.I S t INDUCED BY FETAL EXPOSURE Litters were kept together to permit brother-sister mating. Withi.z 120 days, mice obtained from controls had Rated and in turn given birth in sose cases to aore than 2 litters. Only 3 F2 gen- 1 erations were obtained from the 20 mice that were exposed to monosodiu.a nluta- mate. Hematoxylin and eosin stained sections of adult ovaries shcwed consi- derable reduction in number o! ovarian follicles in experinental aninals com- pared with those of controls. Histolog- ical sections of adult pituitaries from Y,SG treated nice during their fe- tal life indicated that the latter may I be losing the normal number of baso- philic cells. (Supported by Grant STO1HD00116-06,-o7,Natl.Inst.Child Health & Human Development aw'arded to ~ ~- Dr. Pax Hamburgh. p. 3.n .0 ~1 t~ 3 0 6 6 4 male sterility(O1ney,Sc.1969). In this study, 20 mice were injected with 1 r.l of 20}:monosodiun gluta.:.ate dis- solved in 0.9% NaCl during day 7 and at gestational age Controls wcre given theq i3entical schedule of injection of equivalent rmounts of saline solution. 50253 7759 s-
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, _ - -. ~- - -- _ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 X Fa 50253 7774 Faus t , V. *(no affil.)* ON THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SMOKING. *(Zur Psychologie deW-R tichens.)* ''clGuA~~Yt~ Hippokrates 45 (No. 2) 210-25 (May 1974) (in German with OEnglish aiee~ay~et) *1975, No. 10, W 3571* *d*/ Tobacco analysis (medicine): 0.3. t10n 030b79
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50253 7783 `~t~~'?'.tJ~.~. `'ICAtvCF.R--PSYCHOMATIC ASPECTS/'~TALL F~A'/PSYCHnTHERAPY/ PSYCHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGICAL/ Achterberg, Jeanne and G. Frank Lawlis RC IMAGEPY OF CANCER (IMAE-CA) 271 An evaluation Tool for the Process of Disease Ac 1978 Institute for Personality and Ability Testing Champaign, Illinois ~~5 ~ c~~ ; z•~r~ ~ M
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50253 7761 * RE J#Aor. t3 ' l Putting Rfi)D to Wnrtt in the Design i~~j I~B7 -$1 and Constrtiction Process/1 ;vj6;g ~ S. PThe buAdbps hdustry b made up of many fragmented pieces. Design pro/e /ei~ I ; aionals, manufacturers, rnancial institutions, builders, devebpers, and code or- ganizatbns are some of the groups playing a part in the building process. 8e- cause of this diversity, research and development (R&D) sponsored by these groups rarely boks at a building as a whole and the dynamic interaction of its varbus parts. •RdD h the private sector focuses prlman7y on specific compo- ' nts, usually proprietary products or services. , MES BINKLEY, AIA ~ HARQ~E, R.A. HIS article discusses a small fraction . T of the public sector R&D that looks at .~ ~ buildings as a whole. Much of this work is long term, high payoff research that's t ris or in~e nsi~1e for trr (~dirual~ou~P1919 ptfvatt~ector to; ~ pursue. But the private sector is- still the recipient of this. R&D becasue it filters 9 inen rhw 6-d1A.•w-1-rmrw . Clarifying words and concepts so the Standard can be more easily applied. The technical report on this study wiii provide strategies and tradeoffs that wiii make the Standard more energy effi- cient. The technical report will also guide the design of more energy effi- cient buildings. Redesigns of Commercial Buildings-One hundred sixtyeiyht teams of enoineers and architecis were I
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50253 7768 II MeA3 - (1970) 3'Ui.,P.'PILE Ui'TA,?ZC OF CO XN THE FiuNk1.= +ll Lti"rT, by HW_o1d A. Herikea, UzLa:zi Sara, Robert t-i. r.o6ers, fiichsYrl W. Hyde, Robert E. Fnry t.^S YT L''^«d :~ : ~:;::: u. ."iuu:~io. Jour. Clin{cal Invaatigation 49, 335-45 (1'eb. 1970) ~~ ~ o n o 3 0 6 7 :3 '
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, _ ..~,> _.-....~ 1101 t wesr ' / %S r ~ THE DIFFUSING CAPACITY FOR CARBON MUNOXIDE IN YOUNG SMOKERS. W. Hazelwno , P. Terry, C. f:urtner, S. Permutt `and -_The Johns 11uFkin ~Fkin~ "!c dical IX Re2-78 Instftutiuns, DepartmZnts of "fedicine and Environmental Me•dicine, Paltinore, Md. S,p. Although differences in pulmonary function between groups of old:r smokers and nonsmokers can be demonstrated with great regularity, functional differences in younger subjects are more subtle. In a•study to detect early changes•in function associated 4ith smoking, we compared'a group of 64 smokers (S) with 57 nonsmokers (NS) ages 18 to 25. The forced expiratory volume in 1 second as a per-entage of forced vital capacity (FEVix) with air, and the closing. capacity were not different in the groups. The following tests showed signifi- cant differences: FEV1X with helium (p ( 0.05), the slope of phase III of the single breath nitrogen test (p ( 0.005) and the diffusing capacity for carbon • monoxide (CO). The steady state diffusing capacity (Dss) with corrections for the back pressure of CO (BPco) was 25.0% higher in the NS, (p ( 0.001). The single breath diffusing capacity (Dsb) was 19.0% higher in the NS (p ( 0.001). Differences betwcen the S and NS remained significant at p < 0.001 when Dsb was recalculated correcting for BPco in the smokers only and when Dss was recalcu- lated doubling EPco for the smokers only. Thus, in addition to differ~:nces in pulmonary mechanics between the groups, there are clear differences in the diffusing capacities. These differences may reflect early emphysematous changes, reactions of the pulmonary vasculature, or abnormalities in membrane ' transport of CO. - , Supported by: ECI, Sub-contract OSIHP-74-103. Note: This is complete abstract 0.3 0 0n n 3 0 6 7 2 I
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50253 7775 - ._..,..----_------ --- . CROP SCIENCE, VOL. 15, SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1975 TISSUE CULTURE OF A TOBACCO ALBINO f5) RP-. 9a200- MUTaNTt 76 VII Sc - ~ G. W. Schaeffer and WArr KetArer: jr'•'iq TOBACCO-GENETICS/ ~ ABSTRACT Thtt report dcscribes the survival and successful in vitro culture of albino tobacco tissues normally lethal . during sccdling development. The culture of the lethal homozyguus tissue requires a complete tissue culture medium supplentcnted with aumns of ehe indnle•3•acetie acid type. ht vih•o the tissue of the albino phenot%ite grows as rapidly under low light or in the dark as tissues of the normal green type. Additional index words: Indole•3-acetie acid, Lethal, Yell6+ mutant• (Su/sn). _ _.- ...,.. .,., r..._. ALIiINO or chlorophyll deficient plants serve as , uscful ficnctic ntarkcrs in classical experiments on the sei;rcgation pattern of tnciotic rccontbinants. ' In 1964. a yellow tntttant was discovered in Nicotiana fnGattint 1.. Connecticut, 'John Williants Broadlcaf' 0•~ n 0 n ~ 3 0 6 8 tv~ch, itl tlle ltontozygotts tlominant (Str/Stt) fortn, -J tVContrihutiun frcm the ARS. USDA Beltsville. rtd. Received . Jatt.' !7. 1975. • I
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50253 7780 ,+ , SCHISTOSOMIASIS/FII.ARIASIS/MALARIA/AMOEBIASTS/CHnT.F.RA/'ITARRHOF.AL DTSFASF.S/ LEPROSY/i1tPTllERIA/VRNF.REAI, DtSF.ASES/MP.AST,ES/S.MALLPOX/YET.T.f1I•1 FFVRR/flENCUE pNT DENGUE HAE"tORRIIAGIC FEVE2/BRnNCHITTS/tNFLUF.N'A/MENTAL- DISORDERSe TUBERCUT.OSIS/DRUG ABUSF./SMnKING AND HEAT.TfI/TnRA(:CO--SMnKING---HF,Ai.TH EFFECT/ YEART--DISF.ASES/CARDIOVASCUi.AR DISEASE/ALCOHOLISf4/?~RITTO:V--OISEASE/ CANCER--BREAST /CANCER--ESOPHACUS / CANCF.R--COT.ON /(:AN('ER--T.Ft]KF.MIA / HODCKIN' S DISEASE/CANCF.R--GEOGRAPHICAL/T.UNf;S--CA*tCER--ENVIRntvMF,NTAL CAUSES/ GEOGRAPHY--MEDICAL/DISEASES, CEf1GRAPHICAL/F.NVIR0tME:4TAL HEALTII/ RA ' 792 No 1977 . A World Geography of Human Diseases Edited by 1977 p~ 3 Q 0 0 0 3 06 $' . Melvyn Howe ACADEMIC PRESS ' • - • ~Lvndon New.York San Francisco
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. JM'~EALTii/SOCIAL CLASS/ 77 I Jo I%,CO?it: GROL't' UIt'Ft:KEaCEti IN REI.ATIU::SHINS A.MUNG SURVEY Atts1tiUKES OF 1'til'S1CAt. AND MEATAl. HF.ALTl1 Shawn A. ,Iulmston University ut Ci2tfornia, Lus :ingeles, Ca2if<irnia Juhn E. 4tarc, Jr. The Rand Curpt. -:+tion, Santa FioniCa, Califarnia December 1916 .V.:V V 9 0
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a 9 6.9 0 t 0 U0 0 2 0 'U: GT 153;iIQ H.1,TVnH 'MT.idRbi tr.allecuzo3aY tpir-c~1. Z-03 ua}! a.o3 s»r~at{~uF,~ea~0 TtuoT3?ll (0L6T) L gEH i g6LL £5Z05
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HEART--DISEASESY CORONARY HEART DISEASE/CAgDIOVASCULAR DISEASE 50253 7784 TOBACCO--SMOb:IiCG--HEALTH EFFECT/ HEALTH EDUCATION/PHYSICAL FITNESS/health care/ORAL DISEASES/ DENTAL CARIES/CANCER--PREVE'.dTIO.:/BIRTH [JEIGHT/`fL*aTAL' HLrktL?R( I ~ HEALTHY PEOPLE r RA 445 Uo 1979 ThevSurgeon General's ^tiport On Health Promotion Andvbisease Prevention Background Papers 1979 Repoyt to th&§urgeon General on Health Promotion and%0fsease Prevention by The Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences Division of Health Promotion and Disease Preventioit ELENA O. NIGHTINGALE, M.D., Ph. D., Director VICKI KALMAR, MPH, Project Coordinator ---- u.s. DEPARTM NrIIF . . ARE f~ ~ e PubP~c Health Service 0 3 o 0 In Q 3Off1~e ot4he~ssis~ant Secretary for Health and Surgeon General 0 DHEW (PHS) Publication No. 79•55071A
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' 50253 7734 III Me2-81 S.P. The Effect of Irrigation and Nitrogen on the Yield and Composition of Peppermint Oil (Mentha piperita L.) A. J. Clark and *Ik AfsWJ0 %0 ~-- 7. A ric. Rea. 1980 31, 489-98. Department of Agricultural Science, University or Tasmania, G.P.O. Box 2S2C, Hobart, Tas. 7001. Peppermint was harvested twice during the growing season. Harvest I was conducted on 16 February 1979, and the subsequent regrowth was harvested on 23 April 1979. High peppcrmint oil yields were associated with high rates of nitrogen fertilizer (100, 200 and 300 kg nitrogen'ha), and high kvels of irrigation (50 mm per week) throughout the last half of the growing season. The compoaition of oil extracted from herb at the commercial harvest date was not significantly atTected by either nitrogen or irrigation treatments. The oil yield from regrowth within the same growing season was significantly affected by irrigation and nitrogen treatments,applied prior to the first harvest. When 300 kg nitrogen'ha and 50 mn of irrigation weekly (dvring the last half of the growing season) were applied, the oil yields from -regrowth approached the commercial yield obtained from one harvest. Oil from regrowth contained high levels of menthol, menthyl acetate, menthofuran and limonene, and low levels of menthone and cineole. The possibility of obtaining two commercial harvests of peppermint per season, under ~ y~ s~tthe~ Ta~nan~,p co~itior}s, is-Qiscta . ( ) S~ 3 7 v( ) ~7 --r- . .~.
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50253 7769 , XX NeF-c MW-73 tt'tr"i mt nancr on "Suit K11cat E'(aur A thrcc Ocncrai circgrrrics, all of ~ front Farm to rlour" covers ! ' ' = " . 10 you_al titc mi , cost o ranspar a• ttots pnKluctian pattcrns of whcat, ant of whcat to nriifcrs, cosrf of t7.uur ; by V6na1tt M:UMtxel 'li f t t l.ct's start with Icgisiation. It con• •~ - pri4ing tcOraulogy. thcsc is Icgislatiun on a t•cdcrai Icvcl. . ; Thc scctmd is whcrt and flour produc• tion patdcrns, asrJ thc third is flour which arc intcrtwincJ. The first of• ' LUguFis !UU1,11111,UUTi dnd , ~.ats~n.4yLNLll1.S~.(tl.tll"..x~lIJ1.~Qcr~ % ~ . w.. ~` ?~ ° . .._.-... Q'3 '..0 0 0 3 0b7 4 . ..,.;fs - ; YI C S I T E.'0 L 0, G Y • :, . . . --; ~ ...r. Candy Snack Industry 1972 21-22, SS-S6 (1972) • . • . ,._• . . ..._..._ . '~ • . - Productive considerations
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-- J 5p253 7790 IiBS ~ mmow G~~i U. S. Public Health Service PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE GRANTS AND AWARDS. 1965-1966 Pt. 1,2,4; 1968-Pt. 1(Jc), Pt. 3; 1969-pt. 1 various booklets Washington 0-3000 0306 9S
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. 50253 7793 ' BEHAVORIAI BF 575 Do ~ 1974 I . SCIENCE/: MWAL,:dTCIENV/PSYCHIATRY/ . Stressful Life Events : Their Nature and Effects Edited by Barbara Snell Dohrenwend The Ciy College of the City University of New York Bruce P. Dolirenwend Collese IPhysicians and Surgeons Colurnbia University- . . ~ . 0•' . tl 0 n 0 3 - 0 6 9•'8 , 1-- -- - - -. ~
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50253 7776 Ehrtronmantal Tecluiology Lerten, YoL 2, pp. 285-192 e Science and Technology l.etters,1981 RIOCH CAL ASPECTS OF WATER II Me5-81QUA TY CRITERIA: THE CASE OF s • P • MMONIA POLLUTION (°) _ . : _A. Arilo•. C. INusiocco, F. Melodi., r.MaiqG. Schenone Isdtoto di ZoolaBb dd'Unlverita - Vis Balbi S - 16126 Genova, ltsly (Reai.ed 2 June 1981; iccepted 19 June 1981) ABSTRACT. The biochemical effects of amonia pQ11ut}on on different' tissues o'T Salmo gairdneri are described. Results show that.in fish the amspnia,t,oxiqity tiseqhanxsm is very similar to the one:proposed for mam- mals. Moreover, many biochemical parameters are altered in trout exposed to a concentration (20 pgN/l un-ionized ammonia) approaching the current maximumaccepta le~tox}caAtequaiity Spncentration for fish. Eviderice is put• (~o~rdqor('A is on a6f r/ criteria for salmonid fish.
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1 50253 7781 1 •:. I STUDIES I1Q POPULATIONN/ STERILITY--PSYC1tOLOr,Iv^AL ASPECTS/LtF.NTAL IIEALTII/ 016" .4m1~tlir'yST'iT:SS/ALCOIIOLIS`t/DP.UG AP,USE/ TORACCO--SMOKINC--PSYCIIOLOCY/TOT3ACCO--STtOKIP?C--PHYSIOLOCICAL EFFECT/ SMOKING AND IiF:AT.TH/ <;, Psyca~opathos~~v 1979 f.8 ! i144 SUbfecundty i JOSEPH A. McFALLS, JR. POPULATION STUDIES CENTER UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA ; -PNILAOELPNIA, PENNSYLVANIA pYychopathology is a common cause of impotenc- spermatogenic failure, anovulation, spontaneous abc tion, and many other reproductive disorders. It .s ak highly prevalent in many parts of the world: in t` United States psychopathology is the nation's prima• public health problem. Plychopathology and Suhfecundity examines disc ders such as neurosis, psychophysiologic disordar stress, psychoses, homosexuality, alcoholism, cs;are, smoking, and illicit drug abuse and determins t• sbility of each to cause coital inabitity, conceoti failure, and pregnancy loss. The quantitative in:pact each form of psychopathology on both individual a+ population fecundity is estimated. This is an important book for a wide range of prof sionals including demographers, sociologists, psyct+c qists, psychisuists. sexologists, public health spe• ists, and researchers in human reproduction. ~` a3 0 40 BCA*M0 PF6SSRNedj York San Francisco London ~ A Subsidiary oI Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers ~
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50253 7797 ' BF 575 Se 1975 Stress without Distress HANS SELYE, M.Q. (D IV A SIGNET BOOK NEW A[ViERiCAN LIo1:ARY . flMSf MMnoR ~- . ,;. w. 0_3 4' 0'003070 2
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I - - . - ~ . - -.~-- 50253 7747 - T06ACC0--ALCOHOL--Ri:LATIONSHIP/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHO'..OGY/ 81 X Me Key word,: Heroin ;i.ldictiot) -Ct#arcttc ,moking Polydrug use -\a'ircxonc - F3uprcnorphinc NrychopnarmacoloFn ai ss-s'ti9vo~ Effects of eroin Self-Administration on Cigarette Smoking Nancy K. Mello. lp*,tk. Metsd" Margaret L Sellers. and John C. Kuchnic AkvAot.:jd lkul Atxw+. tiewarch Center. Harvard M.~Jical Schuxd. MrLean Hc+spital. 11S gill Strat, Hcimom. Mas+achusetts 0217at, U.S.A. Abstract. Cigarcttc 3moking increased during heroin self-administration in compari.on to drula-frcc and methadone dctoxui:ation conditions in eight heroin addicts given nalttcxonc placetxo (P< 0.01) and three heroin addicts given huprcnorphine placebo. Cigarette smoking Has st'Jhl: across conditions for one subject who did not use heroin during naltrtxonc blockade of heroin rlrccts. F'ivc .,,bjects smoked significantly more (P< U.11' ) during the hour foltow ing a heroin injection than during the preceding hour. and tw•o.ubjccts in the .samc groun.mok :•d .i::ni/ ic:intly less following a heroin alcohol consumption induces increased cigarette smok- ing in alcohol addicts (Griffiths ct al.. 1976). These findings confirm the association between cigarette smoking and alcoholism indicated by .etf-rcport da(a (Drchcrand Frascr.1967: Malctxkyand Klottcr.197.3: Walton. 1972). Social drinkcrs, not addicted to alcrhul. havc also been sht)%.-n to smoke more during Ixriod-i of heavy drinking (Mrllo ct al.. 1979a). Thc covariancr bctween smoking and drinking in a gnotRlof pohdrug users appeared to be specific to atcohol a'nd tobacco. Cigarette smoking did not covar. aith maniuana inwction (P < U.tt4) S~tbject% smoked signif icantly smoking, and marijuana use arpCarr~t to hr indc- _ - . . a.3n0nn~.0652 .._ . ._ _ " . -. .~.rM . .
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50253 7755 ' Nrwrepl+rAurww d Tini•.4ycr. Vat. 1. pp. 174-19e. Prinsrd in she U.S.A. _, ., IX Re,-81 s.p. Effects of Carbon Monoxide on Operant Behavior of Laboratory Rats and Baboons''2'3 1. GELLER, %JVftM M. HAMILTON, R. J. HARTMANN AND E. GAUSE Department of Behcmiural and Environmental Sciences, South-rest Forrndutiun for Research and EJuc•atio, 1 W. l.cwp 410 at btiliturv D-ive, P. O. Box 28147, Sun Antunio, TX 78284 Received 18 October 1979 GELLER, L. V. MENDEZ, M. HAMILTON. R. J. HARTMANN, AND E. GAUSE. 1~ITrc•r.r uf c•arlMnr nu-nruidr on aprranr bc•hariiii of 1alHnahrn rnls nnd hul-cwNt.s. NEUROBEHAV. TOXICOL. 1(3)179-184, 1979.-Carbon monozide (CO) was evaluated for its effects on the operant behaviorof laboratory rats and juvenile baboons. For the rat studies the procedures included a 2-min variable interval (2-min VI) or fized interval (2•min FI) schedule of reinforcement, a 60:1 fized tT ~R- ghedy~ an~i!lpmyj-ir~plelyied Atio. (~zed '~rttery~ (FR: FI- schedule. Carbon monozide concemrations of SQ200 (r~ 2 ext+jsures paaducY mi~nalQfedr/on VI iastes. Response rates were increased for all animals somewhere in the concentration range of 25-200 ppm. Response rates were depressed at 500 ppm CO. Behavioral effects at 30 ppm CO were not correlsctqwith b!po4CO-kvek.Dats averaged for groups of three animals ahow F1 n- Incrr-
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..,..~...... . 50253 7782 455 1981 GENETICS--BEHAVIORAL/ PSYCHIAT,R'f~/MENTAL DISORDE(~/ BEHAVIOR GENETICS/ RC ~PSYCHOBIOLOGY AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: Voiume I l Genetic Research Strategies in Psychobiology ., A and chiatr y y Z7 Edited by Elliot S. Gershon, M. D. Steven Matthysse. Ph.D. Xandra 0. Breakefield. Ph. D. Rol nd D. Ciaranello, M. D. I .._. .._..o, , j0% _.=,r .... a3 0 0 n 0 3 0 6 $ i 0 r t
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50253 7796 RB 113 Se 1976 DISEASES--CAIISATION AND Tl1rORIES OF CAUSATION/ MMM.HYOIEMTENSION/Ll1NGS--DISEASES/IiF.ART--DISEASES/ CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE/CANCER--CAUSATION/ i IN HEALTH AND DISEASE HANS SELYE Hans Sclye, C.C., M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., D.Sc. (hon.), M.D. (hon.), F.N.A. (hon.), F.R.S. (C), F.I.C.S. (hon.), Protcssor and Director, Institut de Nicdecinc et de Chirurgie eahcrimentales, Univcrsite de \fontreal, Montreal 101, Que., Canada Bt11TERWORTIIS 'Boston London . /C? 916 • 0•3 n OnAj o 7
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50253 7795 . REDICINE,PSYCHOMATIC/ _ /STRESS/' _ • - ' . '?SYCIIOSOMATIC riEDICINE , I3EHAVTORAL SCIENCE/MERTA8+IIY'~~IL+~DISF.ASES--CAUSES AND T1IEORIES OF ~"AUSATIC RC 49 Gu 1974 LIFE STRESS AND I ILLNESS Edited by E. K. ERIC GuNDERSQN, Ph.D. RICHARD H. RAHE, M.D. Head, Biocbemical Conefoter oh•iiio„ Navy Medicd Ncuropiycbiuric Rerlarcb Unit ~ • San Diego, Cslifornis Adjratct Airociote Pro(elroi of Pfycbiatry CHAR4ES C•-TIiUbiAS • PUBLISHER Spiingfreld • Illinois • U.S.A. ..'.
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-~~.c_..,....-..~._~...~ ~ ....._.:s`.:..•.~.... .,..~_wL.-s~...~.......r...z ._.-.. .. .. 50253 779@ ; HEALTH 'EDUCATION/IIYGII:Nf-S1+DUfT0I3~'~CCO-.-S?10KING---PS1LIi0LCC1/_ EARL UBELL » ~" I : How to Save Your Life 1973 SMOKING` IiPITS= RELINQUMHINC/ '.O,*iOKIN6 AND HEALTII/
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j 50253 7803 VISION~o -s3-so 76 I Ma-80 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ,.eY= t~c~r Aro':iac m:vu 110ou.o '!t , Stev.n Piiilc.r C.nt.r tor Coqnitiv. Sci.nc. INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM . D !1IT r a 3 0 0 0 o3o74$ DISTRIBUTED FOR INTERNAL USE MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY. MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED.
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50253 7809 r tY wouq,.;41'0aY c.. Mint. _ ,,,._..._._ . _. .......-..-.......,-~.,-....-r---_-.. ~ - ~ 0-3o0nA307-14 ~ ~..
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j 50253 7791 ' t : . -,=WdX1M6IBtiE'/3XCRC I S E / RA 731 Arica Znstitute -(Oscar Ichazo) Ar PSYCHOCALISTHENICS. 1976 (The Arica Institute's original pro£ram of exercise & meditation) ARCIIER Copyright C 1976 by Arica tnstitutb, Inc. All rights reserved Including the riqht of reproduction In whole or in part in any form Published by Simon and Schuster A Gutt+ Westem Company Rocketeller Center. 630 Fifth Avenue New York. New York 1C020 Manufactured in the Unira+ cr......+ s..,..;.. 0-3 0 0 n 0 3 0 6 9 6 a
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~ (~/ 50253 _ ~ s, ?\ational ~urcau o: Si?ndazr;; ~l ~Lial F'uLlicati ourFou 2fi(1-37 1 73 III Sh ~ NAt. Dur. Sjzr.d. (Ct.S.), Spea FsihL 2ti(L37, P6 pa.-ft ( juae 1972). St4vn&f;'dA'?f fcrence 1lfaterials: fe i~ ~ r' h ~ s ~ ~Y A'•.YSIS 0 N;l, 0"S MOT Sihrds ~ca it.:' ~: ~. Shuitz, R. K. I3e,11, T. C. Raius, az}d I • I~.~ted Jtrne 1972 ATUMIC ABSORPTION SPECTRf,SCOPY/' MAMB E*SISSI0:1 SPECTIZOMET f:Y/ U.S. DEFhf:TMENT OF CdA;RFPCE, :'etar G. Peterson, Secrefary . .NA7t'3NAL ZUR=JlU OF. EiAFY,',AfiDS, tx:r•rcncs M; Kushner,.Atfing Direclor, Anal;•tical Chemistry Divi;ion Jnatitutc for 1Nfater.zals I~ipscarch hational 73ureau of Staodards 'Wxsiiin~,-t«n< D.C. 20234 0 3 n o n a 3 0 6 7 I ,
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. ... . . . -. • . - ~ - y '~- , +' . . ~.._ 50253, 7792 `.f& i i !c?m ![Yt31EN8~ . Stress ~, 1SeaSe . Petcr Blythe The Growing Plague . .• - .. _ .•. ~ Hypnotism: Its Power and Practice Sf.Marfill's j'mss Ncw York j By the same author
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50253 7800 Knickerbocker, Charles II. Ilide-;tnd-_~zeek; the effect of mind, body. and euiution on personality and behavior in ourselves and others [byl Ch3r)es )Eli. iinicl;erhocker. Ilst ed.l Garden City; N. Y., Double- day,196fi. viil, 332 p. 22 cm. Bibliography : p. j3321-M. 1. Mental illne+,. 2. PQrchology. r. Title. RC-16O.KG 616.89 67-16893 Library of f.'ouqre4.9 ~ 1G7f5s o'.s:o o 0 ;F 0S I . ~ ~: . . . , ..
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50253 7742 }t~DIOCHEi1~S~RY/THORIULt/PR07.OAC:TYI1i.L::/`JFi~NIU;i/~:EP il'`tJIU:t/1'Ll1TONILTt/ A24:RICILI`SjCUi'.IL'.i/CAT.t 20r,NIUM/;~F.Pt'.~LIL^t/Ei;~.STEI:3IL~S/iF.RAtT.U;t/ gEY ~~~PSQBELIUii/LAZdR'r:NCiUM/ Qfl 151 Sn 1973 ~ ~ COMPREHENSIVE vot:imt, 5 4,ccinidcs INOJ.'-%%.CtANIC CHEMISTRY Master Index Volume S. Actinidts, Master Indez YDtTORt.tL BOARD ~Wsed by J. C. BAILAR rR., Urbaiw_ I-I. J. EttELV-US. r.tu., Cottrbridge SiR RON"ALD r'YHULM, F.RSy Lortdr.t A. F. TROTM•t-N-D[CKl• NSON., G.rdjjj' (rxecuarr £diror) - . _. . .._. , PERGAMON PRESS EzcAsire dsrributo's in the tt ist~ lfrnur,rAn~ C,ONtPL-NDIUNi PI:BLiSHERS 117-72 i. Li 01 ~ cl 0 - 0 , n ~: 0 6 q-t g+~[!!~~'r..~+P.~we~,~rfe~1RN'a. ~~.4.++..._f...-
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M" fit: It Hein, Fred V - Living; a college text in health education tt,y, Fred V. Hein tltldj Dana L. Farnsworth. 4th ed. Chicago, Scott, Fot'eslilAtl t1:lGJ, x, 467 p. i{lus. (pnrt cot.) _3 cm. Includes bibliogrnphies. 1. Hygteue. 2. Phys[ology. 3. Mental h}•gieue. t. Fransworth. D:uut L., jolut author. it. Title. QY3t+.II535 1963 ~r-~ 613 Library of Con_ress ~'~~ i.;,
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-e A 50253 7801 ENDORPHINS/MENTAL ILLNESi/PEPTIDES/ 571 Li 1981 . i i IIOR.IIONA L PROTEINS AND PE PTI DES P-Endorphin Edited by CHOH HAO LI 11k Hormaw RtuarcA Laba.arary Ueit nrity of Cafifamia Sae Frowritco, Caljfamia I '-w 46 1961 ACADEMIC PRESS A Subsidiary of HarcouA Brace Jovanovich. Publishers New York London Toronlo Sydney San Francisco
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50253 7815 0 1 .3i) 4400" Ccs alaa .~---. ~ - _ 0 n 0 3 0 7 2 o Wint. r
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50253 7804 RC 569 Sa. 1978 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ Proceedings of the conference, Application of Observational/Ethological Methods to the Study of Mental Retardation, held at Lake Wilderness, Washington in June 1976. lJointly sponsored by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development of the United States Public Health Services, and by the Child Development and Mental Retardation Center of the BEH~AVIOR Researc NICHD al Retardatio* OBSERVING h Centers Series 'Iniversity of Washington. Volume II . Data Collection and Analysis Methods Edited by Gene P. Sackett, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology Associate Director for Behavioral Research Child Development and Mental Retardation Center University of Washington 1} 3 0 e o 0 3 0 7 0 9 University Park Press ~. o • London • Tok B lti y tnore a _ ~ . k
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. _ _ _- . - `` - " TOBACCO-=SMOKING--STATISTICS/C01tONAttY HEART DISEASE/ 50253 7771 :;.74 . R Ke2. REART--DISF.ASES--STATISTICA LFASES--STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF OCCURRENCE/ : EFFECT ON/SMOKING AND HEALTH/ -SItOKING--HEART OBACCO , - ~~~T RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 X Me . *(no affil.)* 2 ,, QUANTITATIVE ESTIMATION OF COROYARY RISK. *(La Stima Quantitativa del Rischio Coronarico.)* Giorn. It. Card. Z, 665-675 (1972) (in Spanish with English 'summary) TAe multiple lo,;istie function has been ernployeed for estimating the probabilities of deoelojisr a coronary heart disease (CIfD) as a(unction of some individual uariables ,.~ kxotnm a eoronary risk factors and preceding the disease. Such function allows to classify with an acceptable.discrirninatrt poraer, healthy subjects into various classes o/ coronary - % ' = ; '` kii iA • . . .ir, py assxn xn to eae laetor a ntultrp 1 m c eocllrccnt which reprcfents the e relative . and i.dipendent weight a of that factor in t he prediction of e cascs * uersui .c non-casrs s of the disease. Some results are reported as obtained witlh this tecluiiquo by the c Seven .. . -... dsxrtbiag the data which generated the solutions and for classi/yin.e the rela:ioe risk of CouRttets Jtttdy Grortp s mhfdt has studied and followed for 5 years 11,000 healthy males aged d" at entry: The diuriminant power of the function has bccn satis/actory for men s+iro belonging to population groups di//erent from those contributing to the solu- ropulatioR different jron- thoss aenerating the solutions, has been much less satisfactory. tioa of tAs equgtion. Tles prediction of CffD incidence, in absolute numerieal terms, in FaYiors coatrryutrna nx a ngnrltcant way to the predtction of coronary risk were /cru .' " and na.wsly age, tejarri iholciteiol, blood pressure and partly smokin,4 /tabits. An almost uedlea.3le indipendent contribution is given by tles evaluation of body weight, skin jold thickness, vital capacity and other variables which have been for long tirne considcr
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50 253 7786 S. I 9TUnIES IN POPULATION/ STERILITY-PSY C1i0LOCICAL ASPECTS;fa?tWTAJ&,MM16gRA ?tENTAL OISOP,DERS/STRESS/.^LCOIIOI.IS*[/nRUG ABUSE/ TORACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOCY/1'Oi3ACC0--S?4OKIPih--PHYSIQI.OGICAL EFFECT/ SMOKIKG AND 1{EALTH/ RC Psychopathooy iig455. 1979 ai Nd Subf~l~..cuY itdit4.~l psychopathology is a common cause of impotenct spermatogenic failure• anovulation, spontaneous abc ~ tion, and many other reprcductive disorders. It is als highly prevalent in many parts of the world; in tr ' s prima; United States psychopathology is the nation public health problem. Psychopathology and Subfecundity examines disc JOSEPH A. McFALLS, JR. ders such as neurosis, psychophysiologic disorde: POPULATION STUDIES CENTER stress, psychoses, homosexuality, alcoholism, cigare! UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA smoking, and illicit drug abuse and determines t• ` ;•PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA ability uf each to cause coital inability, concepti r; failure, and pregnancy loss. The quantitative impact eadh form of psychopathology on both individual ar population fecundity is c;timated. ~ : . .r ' • This is an important book for a wide range of prof I sionals including demographers, sociologists, psychc 9ists, psychiatrists• sexologists, public health spe-. I `• ists, and researchers in human reproduction. (Q a n pyCAaM~ PF&SS9Nef York San Francisco London ;i( Subsfdiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers ~ Y
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50253 7807 _ _ - - -- -- ------ -- -- -._~ CELLS--CULTURE/TISSUES--CULTURE/PLANT CELLS & TISSUES--CULTURE/ MEDICINAL PLANTS/ ESS$I!TCES -& ESSENTIAL OILS--PLA.'JTS/ME,4THA/SERPENOIDS/--AIOSYNTIiESIS/ BIOSYNTHESIS/SYNTIiESIS, ORGANIC/ Gesellschaft fur -Strahlen- und Umweltforschung mbH QK 725 In 1978 Munchen Bereich Proje cttragerschaften - Production of4atural compounds by Cell oulturo methods i 'ngs of art `nternationa SYmposium ~ ~, _ Proceedr R y ~ on plant cell culture MUnchen 1978 I Edited by A.W.Alfermann and E.Reinhard Q. 3 0 0 0 Q:1 0 rportor!2 by The Federal Ministery for Research and Technology _
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- - - - _ , . _ . - -- -- - - -----~' 50253 7818 xv Ba Baarschers, W. H. THE CULTIVATION OF SOME ESSENTIAL OIL PLANTS IN SOUTH AFRICA, by W. H. Baarschers, D. H. S. Horn and S. Rehm. Photostat from: S. African J. Agric. Sci. 5 (No. 1) 67-77 (March 1962) 0•30000 307 2 3
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50253 7802 'RE'NTAC` rLLNESSIGENETICS--DISEASE/SCHIZOPHRENIA/ RC 460 St 1980 THE BORDERLINE rSYNDRQMES C,ociscuiutn.I,fiersonalicy. ar,d Ad*ation MICHAEL H. STONE, M.D. . 0.3 0 0 iA 0 33 7 0 7) A/cGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY New Yor4 / Sf. Loodt / Son Francluo / Arckland / Qopor6 / Nomhrup ~ loAawrbrra / Loadow I!ladrid / Merko / Monireal / NerDe/hi / Panarno Paiis / Sdo Paulo ! Sinaaporr / SyQney / Tokyo / Toronro
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r toE 0 0 0 0 £=.o tS0Flttorj op37 uvxt2 :? MITY OaOafl V=L{ uo Bc')ar;d aOd 6`O '{~a t5 UT. *Q °:1 ~ r'2ji~•.•r rj~h ~ nh~ •* .-.~{,r 'a+1 ~.~r~uv~u;Fv ..l.~ c:J ~. Y, '.~~n . . . .. , Y 808L ESZOS
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50253 7789 NIEN~TA~ Hf~At tjpERSONNELt BF 575 Pr 1980 2 C. SAGE STUDIES IN COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH serie. FAisor. Rice.rd H. rrk. Conwwairy Psychofody Pro;ran. untMSrriry of Michis- 4. StudiM in Commwiity M.ntal H.dtA 2 c/ SAGE PUBLICATIONS B.rwiY Hills London 0-3000 030.694 /STAFF BYIloOY* Job,~'cress in the ,Human Services Z: CARY CHERNISS 1.
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50253 7805 ' I i BF Guilford, Joy Paul, 1897- Psychometric methods, by J. P. Guilford ... 1st ed. \ e, York and London, McGraw-Hill book company, inc., 193, xvi, 56(3 p. fnci. 2 illns., ports., dlagrs. 23; cm. (Hal/-titi, bicGraw-Hllt publications In psychology, J. F. Dashtell ... consultii editor) "Ileferences" at end of each chapter. 1. Psychology, Physiological. 2. Mental tests. r. Title. BF39.G8 0 [159.938] 152.8 Library of Congress i53ef21 0- 3 n 0 0 0 3 0 7 1 0
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50253 7799 DISEASES--CAUSES AND Ti:EORIES OF CAUSATION/ TOBACCO--SifOliF.--CART•30N MONOXIDE/TOBACCO--SMOKE--NITROSA~fINES/ TOBACCO--S`~OKE--AIR POi.T.•UTION/ CAR50N MONOXInE/INSECTS/ROPEN2'S/ANIMALS/1t0USIwG/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASf:S/. CLIIWTE/TR4'JISPOR'°ATIO".l/'"!?'wl7qw'RM-EN!!'jTOXIC SUiiSTAA1CES/ARSI•?IIC/CAD?tllnS: / LEAD/MERCURY/ASBrSTOS/CARBON MONOXIDE/NITROGE:d OXIDES/FLUORIDES/OZONE/ NITRATES/NITRITES/DDT/INSECTICIDf:S--TOXICOLOGY/POLYCIiLORINATED BIPHEi.'YLS/ TERATOGENSiNOISE/LAWS AND LEGISLATIO:d/CIi*ROMOSO:dE ABERRATIONS/SANITATIO;l/ ENVI RONPiENTAL tiEALTH/TOBACCc?=-SitOKI.~G--HEALTIi EFFE("f/ AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EF: ECT/POLLI,"PION--WATER/ NITROSAMI:7LS/ FOOD --CONTAMINATION/CANCF:R--CAUSATION--BY ENVIRON*fENTAL FACTORS/ WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION GENEVA 1972 HEALTH HAZARDS . ! 2 C. OF Prepared by 10U specialists . ~ pnDL ~'HE HUMAN in 15 countries ' 2 C. i EloIVIRQ NMENT ~•CiRt..5on1 i br a.. .. . . . \ dAj ~ _...~,., .-...,~_ o-~~ono~oToa . M • ~ J
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M 50253 7787 . •MIMMUM?N(STRESS/MIGRATION AND PHYSICAL ILLNESS/T013ACC0--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ OCCUPATIONAL M0$ILITY AND HEALTH/SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY , CONTRIBUTIONS OF, TO STUDIES IN PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE/HEART--DIS.EASES--STRESS/HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE/HF.ALTH/ a 49 . : A.dvances in pidemiologic Studies in Re Psychosomatic Medicirie ps chosomatic Medicine 1 977 • , • Yo1.9 Famdcd ey Burnoca Sroavs t; Fhcm Dwncx t; A•rwa ~ Hrookiyo, N.Y. Edicoa H. Fsraway Hannover; O.W Has, Loodoo; L. Law, ScockDolro; Z.l. I& aowM H.nover, N.H.; ).C. Ntm*c, Bostao, MoL; E, Mn•tR BsIt'imue Md.; EJ. Snaua. New York, N.Y.; P. SAwswaY, Cbicbata Coowleins Editon ). H.ttcti.ta, l.ddeu-Oesupeae; O.L. Etan, Rochata, N.Y.; H. Wka•a., Hcamc, N.Y. 0 3 ~tfn0 3 0 6 9 2 Volume Edit SreNUUV New Havea, Conaz and F7wvz RESCxwux, Brook lyn, N.Y. S. KarQa • Basci • Mlnc6cs • Puia • Loodoo • New Yocic • Sydary - .-.. i..__
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50253 7810 r. s . 76 II Re2 76 Indian~Perfumer 18(Part 1)59-64(1974) Prospects of Production of' Essential Oil of MFnth:;Citrata at Lucknow , O. P. Vlsmani* and S. C. Dattas • Linalool and linalyl acetate and ~ --~ -76 / P"j-_ - .,7~ place in the ces... 7-309! ` essential oils with these constituents are of Southern Mexico wherc . great demand in perfume, cosmetic, soap or replanted, partly self-proh..` and Aavour industries. Commercial oil contains about 54 to 66 per ~. linalool is ohtained from several sources, alcohol content, calculated as linalool. chiefly from oil of Bois de rose, Ho leaf oil .. Linalyl acetate is obtained from linalool and Linaloe a•aod oil. , ~ (ry esterification. Although synthetic linalool Bois de rose oil is steam distilled or is available to the perfumer at cheaper price occasionally water distilled from the chipped today, it contains trace substances which wood of Aniba roratodora. The wood is coll• have an influence upon the odour of the -- a _ 3 _ 0 ._ 0 0 ._ 0 ~3 0 7
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50253 7614 ~ CLARK UNIVERSITY--DISSERTATIONTS see DISSERTATIONS--CLARK UNIVERSITY/ ~ ± (~IF~tISTRY, OR(':Ai7IC--STEREOC1iEMZSTRY/CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--OXIDATION REACTIONS/ QD 481 Ba 1973 'A'"A w P .A DETAILED INVESTIGATION OF THE $.TEitEOCHEM~STRY OF AEL.EWIUM DIOXIDE ,.,QXIDATION OF ;,,,.~ By. BANIUKIEsIC ;``Stanley Peter ~ Clark University, Ph.D., 1973 Chemistry, Organic A DISSERTATION submitted to the Faculty of Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy IPI ~` . . . .. . . .. t ; -.Y' ~ ~ . . ~ . ~ ' . . ~ _ _ . •. - f'. - _ . . i 1. . t} ~ 43 n- "j) `3' :._ p__ . J. ~
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•• TOBAGCO--SMOKING--PSYC}lOLOGY/ Somc•proplc ncrd tv ::'] _, " r ~ smoke to rchcve stress. says noted ;': For, ehiatrist Dr. Wa;ter Nlenninger ~ ~ s . r p y ithese txople, he says.smoking can actual +Iy bclp prevent ovcrcating;.psychosomatie -r1 o~ct.n:m.etin~l illnrcere =il RJR CLASS NO. PAMP1iLET 76 X- Me .. . •.• r . • . . r 76 X Me TOBACCO-•-S*lOKING--FAVORARLE LITERATURE/TOBACCO--MTDICINAL USES/. (Itenningcr Found.) Mennincer Found. (Mennit;er, W.) Ncws Release (1976) (In English) .. `~ SMOKING MAY SNUFF ILLS. '..*Abstr, in: Moneysworth, 1976, p. 1 (July 19, 1976)* {such , 0.300n0 3 0675 R I4 .
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_-A 50253 7823 r Heeger, Erich FUrchtegott. I-Iandbuch der Arznei- und Gewurzpflanzenbaues. Dro- gengewinnung. iBerlin, Deutscher Bauernverlag i19561 775 p. tllus. 25 cm. 1. Botany, Itedical. FurdueGniv. Library for Library of Congress c21 A 5fi-432t1 0 -30 0 0 0 3 0 7 2 8 .
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50253 7821 . `I~F '058 '.G .. . ~ . ~ _ ~ , CiWemeis!er, Edrard. , llio iitherisclten Ole tvonl E. Gildemeister jundl Fr. ?-io;',- i-ntuui. -1., vullig lieu bearb. Aull. Lrsr;. von Will:elin 'J'reiiD-. unter 'Mit<trbeit von F. Gietz Let a1.I Berlin, .1kac}eBi::- Verlu1;,19;;6- v. tllus. 25 cm. 1. F Nsences nnd es,~,utlnl oils. r. HcaPfmnnn, 1'redrich, 1K3''- 1fl01, Joint rwthor. ir. Treibs, 1!'illielne, ed. iit. Titlo. TP953.G454 57-23718 + Library of Congress ~` t5Sc"1 0 :.3 0 0 R 0.3 0 7.2, 6 .j
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. . . . - --- 50253 7922 • = . ... _.- G126 ~h.~ ma~L~. : ,0Z farvffiInt ®fls III MeZ 80 s.p. and v~nanthai . , . ; '%/Cropical Products { nstitute Peter Greenhaigh : June 1979 jtoPical Products Institute 56/62 Gray's Inn Road London WC1X 8LU Overseas Development Administration .30©0 ,0 30 7:~ 7 ~_..-.
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filulltr, Arn6, of (.'eneea, eil. Internationaler Riechstoif-hotlex. :1lanuel internati, des bases et parfums synthctiques. International com; dium of nromntic materials. L?., verb. uad er«eiterto A- Heidelbern, A. Hiithig,1942. xii, 318 p. 23 cm. °Buchzitate" : p. vi. 1. Essences and essential oils. 2. Perfumes. i. Title. sL '" Manuel international des bases et parfums s,r-nth6tiquc-3. iu. International compeudium of aromatic materials. Ri--~ TP933.,Ni87 1J-12 668.5 A F ' New York. Public Libr. for Library of Coneress la53c3it
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dE-L0r 0u0u~0 ' Sa'v I11,711 ur IM l~.TH at:R3?.~...,I :Vti(IS~NTI .r:D : ti«,rP~a Q~'L'v~~ oM .A bZ6L ESZOS
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50253 7817 -A - _1-imi%zSWEETENERS/FOOn-~_FLAVORANTS/FLAVORANTS--MF.ASURE"tENTS/ _ _ . .. _... . . .. ... . .. .. . , . _. . -....__._ . _.. _.. . ____. . .. . ... . .._ ~- ! TASTE--TESTING--FLAVOR/ ° ~ WESTVIEW SPECIAL STUDIES Iti SCCENCE AND TECHNOLOCY/ TP 958 Ap 1978 , fi- li.AVOt; a: 1ts C ehaviorai, . / and c~;c~~.c~ereaal ~~L Proceedings of the Arthur D. Littie, Inc., •1977 Flavor Symposium, edited. by Chab. ~~ M0 Apt Westviews s ~:ecial Studies 0~ o o rn Q 3Er(ftjenge ~Vd Technciogy w .. : , ~
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50253 7835 III Go 2 (1967) Y.; Godunva, L. F. ON CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF MIXTURES OF STERIOISOMERIC MENTHOLS AND MENTHONES, by L. F. Godunova, E. I. Klabvnovsky, et al. Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR. Khim. Ser. 1967 (No. 5) 1013-16 (1967) - In Russian. 0_3 o0 n 03 07 40
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50253 7827 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division MENTHOL AND MENTHOL DERIVATIVES - PATENTS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division# and William W. Menz. 1967 photostats Winston-Salem, N. C. 0.3 a 0 0 0 3 0 73 2
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50253 7811 ~ ' ~ Instytut Fiotogicxno-Farmaceutyczny we Wroclauriu, ~ 76 II Re -76 ; - S.P, 2 Zaktad Farmacji Stosowanej ,y. The changes in the composition and the content of essential oil of Mentha crispa' were examined during different vegetation seasons of that plant by means of gas chromatograpl:y. The investigations were cerried out with respect to a fresh crude drus, and after prior drying it for one week followed by five months storage. The loss of essential oil during storage reached 8.5°/o. Art essential oil investigated con- sists of pinene, phPllandrene, eucalyptol, limonene, carvone and unidentified compo- nent X. It was figured out that the concentration of phellandrene, pinene and com- Fonent X is enhanced during flowering whereas the content of carvone and euca- Iyptol is maintained on the same level and is only increased after coming out of bloom. The content of carvone and component X is lowered whereas the content of limonene, phellandrene and pinene is raised during five months storage. ~--. , PISMIENNICTWO . (4) S t r a t e w i c z W. J. - Dojrzaldtc wegetatywna jako biologiczny czynnik zmlennolci surowc8w farmakognostycznych Warszawa 1950. (5) R o s m u s s e n K. E., so sf) u sMe nq., 3 a eo h e.1 7tnB w [7td s e n A. - Sci Pha rm. 39, 159, 1971. prott dr Z. Olszewski mgr J. Pluta flerba. Pol. 20 (3);47-2~2(197~~ dr enan szewski ro ICierowniR' l. p e 2, fC3rsiewski, Janusz`P1uta, JantS'zyriiczak EXAMINATION OF ESSENTIAL OIL OF A MINT ~it 0RISPdj• DURING ~•r DIFFERENT VEGETATION SEASO.ISi/O HAT PLANZr Z. Olszewski, J. Pluta and J. SzymcZak .................__...- ,(1) B o r k o w s k i B., G a w r o n J. - Acta Polon. pharm. 13, 161, 1956. (2) B(I t h n e r St - Farm. Pol. 9, 325, 1952. (3) K o 1 o d z i e j s k i J., G i 11 S., t4ru1< A., Surewiez-Szewczyk H. - Acta Polon. pharm. 20. 269, 1963. ....~_ s c~..,......w
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50253 7830 I UnJ3 %X0060 U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service MINT FARMING, by U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service; and Purdue University, Agricultural Experiment Station. (U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Information Bulletin No. 212). Feb. 1963 29 p. Washington . o•3 oo0 0 ao7 3 9
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50253 7840 ~, • limthol~Ith-,~Pto~2e~ Aaron, Harold IS IT "SAFE" TO SMOKE NOW? THE PRESENT STATUS OF MEDICAL RESEARCH LINKING SMOKING WITH VARIOUS DISEASES. Photostat from: Consumer Reports 25 (No. 1) 16-17 (January , 1960; published December 15, 1959) 0.3 n0 n A 3 0 7 4 S
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50253 7838 0•34Q~14:30743 _....,..._..~ .. ~.. ~..:.~,., _ , Rivera, Jose A, Cilia, ciliated epithelium and ciliary activity, Oxford, Now York, Pergamon Press, 1962, 167 p. illus. 24 cm, (International series o° monographs on pure and Applied biology. Division: Modern trends in phsyiolcgical sciencas, v. 15) RC 261 R ._.~ .. __ ..._...,s„ _..._~...,.~T-
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50253 7839 ' III Me2 ke ~io~ ~sr#va~tve~{ ~Zfent ~~. .:...~...,~:.,8.~ R. J. Raynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division MENTHOL AND MENTHOL DERIVATIVES - PATENTS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 photostats Winston-Salem, N. C. 0_30 0on 3 o744
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50253 7834 4 ..._ _,.r .......~._: ._..~- <r ~.:.~:~,d ~.~. ... _, r4 fl 271 T ~.'4'a.l~:3.:.S~i~flrv-..f..C~. . :~. -....,x-...,... ~.._..... .- ...., ta~rAgh~@ ~+nalysier~ ~lentt~o~--i~ccxna T;ut2ra E. Z:M K ILi I 1953 2 ^5 po ?::wasa Ltd, ' . . . . . . , I 0•3 n 0 n n 3 0.7-3 9 I
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. ._., _ _ 50253 7813 . CHEMISTRY, ORU:IIC--SYN'I'IiESIS) goey;llK! CHCrttI AMY. SOC. cMa. pO[ orotava 411,1249 (ll77) 73 III Se. - SYNTHESIS AND KEDt;CTIOV OF (-~)1,2-EYOXY-CIS-p•Si~~wT~~`~ear,r_-~ . t . by Dorota SF,DZIK-HIB-NER, Hal;na WEINERT-ORLIK, and Zenon CHABUDZ1tiSKI . I Department of Or?anic Chemistry, Institute of Chemistry and Technolopy of Medicfnal Products, School of Medicine, Nroctaw Opisano prosta I dogodnal metode syntezy (+)1,2-epoksy-cis-p-mentanu. Zbadano przestrzenny przebieg redukcji tego epoksydu za pomoc4 litu ~ ~ w etyloatninie oraz LiA]H4. OtalCaB ttpOCTOt•f tt y;XoSHbdt %teTO;t Cst8Te3a (+)1,2-3noRcH-t;uc-n-xeHTa- Sa. Heca:eAofia:t cre;,eoxaxa'{ecxHH xoZ Aoccrasos::ex5tR rroro 2noscs+,7a ' tiptt noatown nsirstx a srsfsau;txe, a raxRCe LiA1F:.. ' The simple and convenient method of synthesis of (+)1,2-epoxy-c;.s-p- -meathane is d°scribed. The stereochemistry of reduction process of this , • . epoxide by means of lithiu.^n in e:hylarnine as well as by Lid1H, has beea
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50 253 7836 i,.•..-...»...~ .~ •...,..- w_,a,,.~~.....~..~..--..-...,. •.....~ ~.•..~-~..~..~-..-..+--~--r~-,...........'..• . . • I , TRANSLATION RJR CLASS NO. TRANSLATION ~ Kobashi, Y.; Yamashita, Y.• *(no affil.)* ~ STUDIES ON MENTHOL CIGARETTES. II. THERMAL ANALYSIS OF MEN'FHOLe3AND , MENTHOL DERIVATIVES. ~' Nippon Senbai Kosha Chuo Kenkyusho Kenkyu Hokoku 107, 295-8 (1965) (in Japanese - complete English translation available) •t ftAI1A:P *a* 0. 3~t~~t13074 ti
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.._..,.. ;..__ .; 50253 7831 - ~~...-._~.. .>_. ` . III Mte;04 s.r. " PB-223 815 '~~ i ERATULOG I C' EVALUAT I ON OF FDA 71-57 t1~1EPtTNt?b P~ATURAL - _0 ...._._._., ,~~:~ .. .. . .___. .~UNE 1973 BRAZILIA~~) ~ Perfozrsing Organization Name and.Address Sponsoring Organization Name and Address Food and Drug Research Laboratories, Inc U.S. Food and DruR Administration 60 Evergreen Place 200 "C" Street, S.W. East Orange, New Jersev n7n18 Washington, D.C. 2f12O4 --- ---_-...,._. Teratological test results in four (4) species of,animals (rats, hamsters, and rabbits). , mice, Distributed by: U. S. DEPARTMENT OF CO~L*4ERCE, NATIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION SEttVICE. ,W On the basis of the data presented herein, the fo1lowin4 iclusion appearo,to be_ 03 000 0 3 0 Y-3 '6,
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~ - - . - • - -~ 50253 7816 ~ _. . . ...~.-t-...,._.,-.-..•.-_-....-,,.-.--,..:~ .r - - .,- .- . . . 4--«.•. . ..~.. ,:,.,-.. .•... - . . _, r.r...-,,,..,. PJR CLlw"S N0. P.ti'I1LET 71 XI Re l Reynolds, R. J. Tobacco Co-unrany, Winston-Salem, tI. C., U. S. ~ 7 tfF;vTIO:V R. J. P.EY'v0L0.S,-l;:F1 YOU T2a:vK.OF. THE NATIOPJ'S LEAllING TOBACCO QOi;PANY, RIGHT? - THINl: SO':G ~"M:'=-:`AT`VERTISES:1:'iT4- '4 , Reynolds, R. J. Tobacco Co., News F.elease, Winston-Salem, N. C. (1971) : (in F.nglish) •• '•7 _ " *Abstr. in: Wall St. Jour. 178 (No. 71) 22 (Oct. 11, 1971)* Mentions Sea-Land Service,`Inc.; RJR Foods, Inc.; Aminoil; RJR Archer, Inc.; and R. J. peynolds Tobacco Co. i *1911, No. 19, 'ld 8465* *1:n'` ~ Tobacco econoraics: 0•30,.-0t103072 I •"
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50253 7820 , Di'rz~8co ..Lz CNI? aM.7;OL. (Pepp°zuTint snd Mantbol.) 133 p. Fiol zi.~.tnden, Switzerlsnd 0 0 3 0 0 n 0 ao7 2 s
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50253 7843 RS 165 G Givaudan-Delawanna, Inc. SYNTHETIC MENTHOL. A Collection of the Literature Concerning its Pharmaceutical Properties and its Uses. 1944 238 p. Givaudan-Delawanna, Inc. 330 West 42nd St. New York 18, N. Y. . . . a 3 n 0 n 0 3 0 7 4 8
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-j 50253 7044 x Ra -- .~ ~. - thd'~~`=2~~C3~ni~-'=~!l~~~~"~~d ptesaure~ ;:.~ Rakieten, Nathan THE EFFECT OF 1-MENTHOL ON THE SYSTEMIC BLOOD PRESSURE, by Nathan Rakieten and Morris L. Rakieten. Photostat from: J. Amer. Pharm. Assoc. 46 83-85 (1957) 0•3n0no30 749
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50253 7825 (1975 t1= 2 A 14 0 111) Hiroyuki NOHIRA and Hisao I1t1URA Departt»ent of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Seience anJ E„gineerinB, Saitama Unii•ersity ; SL•iono-okuDo, Urawa-shi 338 Japan A new method of optical resolution of (±)-menthol is proposed. ( t-)- or (-) N Ikns:oyl- tra,Is-2-aminocyclohexanecarboxylic acid (1) was converted into corro••I«-II:Iise,; ,: i1.hl„riJe (2). The reaction of.(2) with (#:) -menthol gave diastereoisomcric r.trr 3 . fra:tiunal crystallization and successive hydrolysis of (3) gave pure (+)- and (-) uIrnth•.1 in 7;i-7:,?0 yields. - - ~_/-} I P^NVJ~~'7l ~tftCG li ~~w. 0.3t10 t1030730 Y:' .. « it qt !Ot U 1075 No.B (-f')--X :-"P F - JI. 0D x.•'~. Z ~ (H*{tT!Ot;,,~, 1975, (6), p.1122 1123) -7.1'S.p . ~.,~l, ,~~, ~; 1 Jt'Je 11 ~
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. 50253 7845 - RS 165 G, s Givaudan-Delawanna, Inc. SYNTHETIC MENTHOL. A Collection of the Literature Concerning its Pharmaceutical Properties and its Uses. 1944 238 p. Givaudan-Delawanna, Inc. 330 West 42nd St. New Yor1c,18, N. Y. 0 .3 n 0 n 0 3o7 9 n
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F. r l:" RG.'it# 1 ll G Fali 1i / i.I:F:,1~ID$--{.'+~'+LYSISIF.SSr:IICES Ahn IrS+iI~a4TIhL OIT,S--A:'~.YST:i! YLALORAidi::----AIVALYSIS/I'L,ti4'.,, .^rDZt:Z:S.'~LiT~F:PEi~>'i--UFTEFUfiT1<TI~:F/ QD MICROSCOPE AND ' CF'faS(;t}~^Y1 p • . 117 St , ~E~ilat~(s1s by 1973 ~: A Practical Supplement to Pharrnacopoeias . This book i- a trenslation of CltR4M1.TCX:RAPHISCHE C*tD ~ .t i HIF:R0SEf~P~IoS SFa~~AJlor'ON. DROGEI3 Ci'STAV FISCHER VERLACZ, Stuttgart 1970 First Engl_*.sh Language Printing 1973 A celkbonafoe +t:rdry 6p: S Dr>ro.T 11. Jon+c. Lj. l:n.vs. K.-E. Ron^uct; P. j. Scxct,v, and E. SrAHt. eith •12 color t~~ ttrs, .SS ~ cu ~s and 1°:c),lzn ~-Si ann amor sCle~a`~iE: PUBLISHE^S'NC. P.O. OOX ta2S * At<H Af.oOR, fAiQ4GAN talt6 0 PHONE: J13/761-5010
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~ COMrUTERS AND BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH 14, 91-102 (1981) 50253 7806 I Me -81 SSP. A Convenient Computer Program for Estimation of Enzyme and Metabolite Concentrations in Multienzyme Systems 'i" XANTEAW MICHAEL C. KOHN, AND DAVID GARFINKEL .. ,. ~::t : . . .. _... &parrntent of Contpurer and G{ibrmation Sciences, Moore School of Electrical ftlneering/DI. University of Penntylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Received May 19, 1980 A computer program, DEMOS (for Decomposition Mode Solution), has been written to estimate the chemical concentrations and rate constants in a computer modd of a muhienzyme system such that it accurately reproduces the instantaneous kinetic state of the system. The entire system is defined in the BIOSSIM simulatioo language as a set of chemical equations with associated concentrations and rate constants, and the language paerates all necessary FORTRAN subroutines automatically. DEMOS estimates the parameter values in a metabolic model by formal opimiration subject to user-supplied constraints and weighting. The definitions of the kinetic state to be matched by the computer model and the unknown concentrations to be estimated are expressed in the DEMOS input by a simple and natural syntax. The program includes provision for input, output, gnphical display, and a simple but highly flexible procedure for interactively altering the values of rate constants or concentrations and redefining the optimization problem. DEMOS is a "friendly' program which does not require computer expertise, and it is inexpensive to use. 0.30 0n-03071 1
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O as b58t fSZOS
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UdhaWa": 50253 7851 VIII Wi ~""l~enthpt;`--3obu~ i............ Widera, Tadeuss METODA ILOSCIOWEGO OZNACZANIA MENTOLU W AROMATYZOWANYM TYTONIU. (Quantitative determination of menthol in aromatized tobacco.) Prace Instytutow I Laboratoriow Badawczych Przemyslu Rolnego I Spozywczego 7(No. 1) 67-75 (1957) - In Polish with French summary. 0- 3 Q 0 ~ 0 3 0 7 5 6
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50253 7860 III Me2-82 S.P. MENTHOL DETERMINA ON BY GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY a CA references. iterature search by the RJR Management Information Library. February 1982 a3ooo o3 0 r6 s
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. 50253 7e47 * RJR CLASS NO. FAt•1PHLET 71 VI To "%''% Ricla, T. F. ; Shociaey, L. L. ; Reynolds, M. L. (Erown I;il:iamson Tobacco Corp., Res. Develop. Dep., Louisville, Ky., U. ;. ?'IENi'iiE?L• TRA~'VSFERi _ f " Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 25th, paper, Louisville, Ky. (Oct. 6-8, 1971) >(in En-lish) *Keyc:ords:* menthol, tobacco, additive; j nicotii,e, cured, constituent. ; *1971, No. 20, W 8977* *d* Tobacco che.istry: * ~, - . .. .. . . . ~ . tu.~.:...a.»i...~ ~...~.;.a`+...-.:..:..~........~«i.~..1:..:..,~..:.:.m~:a:.:.A.3....«:.+:ra.~~sS~..:.7t.J3.'y°--~ ::.U+.b...~.•..•.-:.vro.,...w:-.... .a... . a 3 E~.o ~~~ 3.0.7 ~ Z •
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1967 _j 50253 7846 '- ~- ~6t% ~-Menthol and Menthol-containing External Remedies Use, Mode of Effect and Tolerance in Children Intcrnational Symposium, Paris, April 1966 Proccedings • Comptes Rendus • Verhandlungen Edited by Prof. Dr. F. H. Dost, GieBen 0.3 0 6 n 0 3 0 7~f. Dr `- . B' Pro. Leiber, Frankfurt/M.
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TP 958 D ~n61 Dy'n;*,crco MEFM 'iiy'LOEIaI: MU3 N'i«iTFIO'L. (Pegps mint and Meathol. ) 133 p. Do1zmf.ndea, Svi_tgrrland , 0-3 n 0 n 03 0 7•9 4 50253 7849 ~ _ ~ . . .., .
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50253 7826 * Acla Pxtlitttr .1 c•und 69. 3~:~r=!~tO /' , III Me2-8A /-~HE RISK OF JAUNDICE IN GLUCOSE-6-PHOSPHA'FE DEHYDROGENASE DEFICIENT BABIES EXPOSED TUWENTHOL' (=G . RA(?. Olowe. S. A. ond Raasome-Kwl, O. Ukpsrtouwt of Rxdialrio. College d bledkine of the llnirersitY of Lagos. Lagos. NiXeriat. The ri.k u(jaundice in Rlucusa-4p-phos• Nuto deh)drugenaae babies etpu+ed to menthol. Act. Puediatr Jcand. 6Y:341, 19MU.1-A -maJor canse of neonatal murbidit,, and awrtelitr in L.Koh. \igeria. is severe neunatal jaun- Ate t+eea in G-6-P[) defirient babies. 1'he ubaerrstiua Ih+t the jauwdice is more re.ere ia uut- #NieM tbaa in inpatient babies suggests that its cause is eruKeaws.. "Menthuiatrd" powder wbW Is communly used in many clinics iwd.t home to dress umbi/ical curds Ma! wspe.ted to be tbe ofkndinx agent. A cuntrolled .tudr of the etTects of une.f tbe.ie puwders was carried 4ttt M tW eunYeculire G-6-PI) defieieat babies. la 30 of them the.asMticyl curds were dreased da111 wilb the puader while the remainiaK ba/f who were untreated ser.ed as controls. The O ed b' rr t~ ih Xnitireat jaundice tbaw the controls. Inability of s. A. OLOWE and 01 RANSOM KUTI ~ f'ront tAt Department ojPatdlatrks, Cv/feXe of Afedicine ojthe Uairersitr of Lagos. LaiiAi, Nigeria (-z5fOqe')
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TS 2240 Gu 1972 . 4C , p.D~ L I ~~Ct101 ~.AR0MA1 TS--TOEACCO/,~,N~ FLAVORAh 1 TOBACCO--FLAVORI\GS/ PATEN'TS/ TOBACCO--PATEN'TS/ ' ' ' 50 2 5 3 78S2 BIBLIOGRAPHY--TOBACCO/ FLAVORANTS--BIBLIOGPAPHY Tobacco Flavoring Substances . and Methods .i97z Sidney Gutcho Twenty-Four Dollars ~ NOYES DATA CORPORATION N'oties E0cinj Park Ricy , New Jersey 07656, U.S.A.
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50253 7856 - - - RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 IX Te-75 Tennessee Eastman Kodak Company, Kintsport, Tenn., U. S. EFFECT OF CERTAIN LIQUID FILTER ADDITIVES ON 4pmOE pE~l~ ~~. ~ ;',,.. Tennessee EastmanazKo~dak Co., KingsportA, Tenn., F`TR:-40,:t~ 5 p. (1975) 4 in English) • *Keywords:* triacetin, filter, additive; triethylene glycol diacetate, filter, additive; 1,2-propanediol, filter, additive; cellulose acetate, filter, additive; menthol, tobacco, additive: *1975, No. 12,.W 4268* *d* Tobacco chemistry: ` • ~~~OQ•/..30T6 1
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. _._ - . . - ~ .. . . . . . - . ... . .. ~ _ ~. ' . .. . ... . ~ _ ~~ ~~ `r/ , ' . ".r~/~ Indian Per£waers 18(Part 'II)2-T(1974) ~ s a -- ~~ : . -~. i Exp rlmental Cuttivat.~on and Composition of Oil ~ t -- -.~' ' ~ .. - jof Btack Pippermint (Menthwgiperit&L») at Jorhat. sy . s.~ ' D. N. Upadbyay, S. D. Bhagat, K. K. Stngh and D. Gangnty f/ • Regional Research Laboratory. Jorhat, Assarn. tv ; The essential oil distilled from the aerial • 1970). Preliminary observations at Jorbat ~` ;`parts of Mentha Qiperita L. is recognised in indicated that Mentha pi~isrita L. can be culti-. commerce as the oil of peperaiint.- The oil vated as an annual yielding two harvests and finds wide uses in'the industries for flavouring the oil produced was acceptable to the indust- ~:tuuthnastes„ cavv. chewina Qum and medicines.._. ries (Sinah et al. 1973). The results of spacing~ 0.-3oon o~cor~ ~ .,F . . . . . . . . . . .. . ~.M . . . ~~ 1. i . . . .
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.• ~ 50253 7833 FOOD--ADDITI`JES--DICTI0IVARIES/ NATtJRAL PRODUCTS--DICTIONARIES/`MM MM DICTIONARIES--BIOLOGY/ t. QD 415 Le 1980 ENCYCLOPEDIA ..' OF COMMON ,NATURAL INGREDIENTS USED IN FOOD, DRUGS. AND COSMETICS ALeERT V. LEUNG CMwlue4 N+lwal htidwcN 61ee R«k, Ner ko+•t A WIUY-INT[RSCHNCt -UsIKATKIN 1OHN WIIEY i Sem, Nev Tork • CMcAesler • 9rbAaee • Towoele I . . , c , "G l/ n o3 *o7 3 a
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50253 7819 . y, . . ~ ~ .> i . . ''x"n3 Ce1!i'or,lis Sts Va D3t,ert.mont of Mvc.itfon and too Gi13fornia Polyt,~chnfo School, ^2n Luiv G'nispo • FrtCCL27,DIYGS Gk' Ct.JriFERENCE CY 'ME Ct'LTrIA- iYOiT OF D::UG AND 4SSCCI.IiLU ECONL'':4IC I'LA?iTS :ZI CALIFCMIA. F•}±ovostatod paC3s: 12, 2C-21, e6-27, 30-31, ,8-39, 49-50, 66, 64-84, 127, 131-33, 136-37, 191<•93, 198-199s 205, 2C3. i5 :~ - Decp.Tlber 2 and 3, 1947 3$' p. Ca2i.i'. Stata Dapt. of ~i. and tho Co1if. Polq- toc'~nic Schonl, S~n L'; ,,~/ubispa Los Anr;alea, Ca3..
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50253 7864 Me ~::..., .. ~. , 2SBNTH6L; AND ~ 1~II.~NTHOL DER~VAY`~V~~ 2 :: OTMER PD~LICAW R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Inforaation Division MENTHOL AND MENTHOL DERIVATIVES - PATENTS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS, b)t R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 photostats Winston-Salem, N. C. 0•3 O0003 076 9
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8 91 09 0 u 0 0 t -O ~t-OrCt ~''~ ~~ ~~ aorr~a ~-sUVWM va1VroK4M at ~ "Ut7~ wm .E98L ESZOS
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~ 50253 7855 ' TP 958 G Aldet1yaes#i w 3y ~ I Gi 1c_-.cn5:istc:r, tduard DIF~: F>''Y.ERLSCi~c.t~ OLE [vo:~3 -. Gil~...~~i~rter [Lnd] Fre F:nf; framt~ 4., v3:l i;; neu t,;:ar4. Au£1. hrsg. von h:+_li:eim 'rr:'sbs, unGer M±i•a.'b<it von F., G~.:.LZ (et &1.] B°xlii:, Ai:: dewt;,y Vc:rl~,;; v• lt.lus. 25 Gmo
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50253 7950 - _ ._ C"$~~~b'~'~ddlti'~*...~~~~ #~ • Rakieten, Nathan THE EFFECT OF 1-MENTtiOL ON THE SYSTEMIC BLOOD PRESSURE, by Nathan Rakieten and Morris L. Rakieten. PHotostat from: J. Amer. Pharn. Assoc. 46 83-85 (1957) 0-300 t1030755 1
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50253 7865 III Me2 79 S.P. U.S. BIOASSAY OF d1=~ftdt "'0 .1 FOR''POSSI$MCARCINOGSNICI<TY:- ot 0 P.ublic Health Service National Institutes of Health J` •'DHEW Publication No. (NIH) 79-1348 Carcinogenesis Testing Program Division of Caacer Cause and Prevention National Cancer Institute National Institutes of Health Bethesda, Maryland 20014 Sunnnary: It is concluded that under the conditions of this bioassay, dl-menthol was not carcinogenic for either Fischer 344 rats or B6C3F1 n • ft o.3 oAn 43 oTy4 ;
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50253 7858 ../ ~.•MIN .a•c~..... ..y...^-r-.x+.-.+.-~-. -._ . . , . . ~ . . ~ • . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . ^ -r. i , YI To-73 ' • RJR CLASS i:0. PA:a•F1'LET ;-- Leffin~;:~e11, J. C.; Shackelford, R. E. 1 (R. J. Reyi:olds Tobacco Co., Winston-Salcrc, N. C., U. S.) . . . _ . . _ ... . , _ . -. •-' , S}.:dTti1:S1S 01~ LN:VO-:.l`~:"a10L BSfKt>UUft. . { f Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 27th, pc:;:et, Vinston-Sa1e:., N. C. (Oct. 1(,73) (in r::i;lish) *tiote author and affiliation} *1973, No. 1.3, 1•i 725~' :•d* 3 0 7
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!' G ~ ~..~1 /_.. , #, ' 9M 50253 7841 Menthol and Menthol-containing External Remedies Use, Mode of Effect and Tolerance in Children International Symposit:m, Paris, April 1966 Proceedings • Comptes Rendus - Verhandlutrgen 0- 3 (). 0 (1 0 3 () ~ir&. br. B. Leiber, Frankfurt/M. Edited by Prof. Dr. F. H. Dost, Giel3en
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50253 7859 Contact !)er^tatitti; 4 (3)1 4Q-7A(197g) Menthol dermatitis from etgaretteal III Me2 7$ S.P. 0. Ca*uteas& atro A. At.oirutt Hospital de San Pablo, Av. San Antonio Ma. Claret 167, Barcelona 25, Spain A 26-year-old female typist consulted us be- cause she was suffering from a mild scaly ery- thema with irregular edges. It had been recur- rent for 2 years and it affected the upper lip, the perioral area and the dorsal aspect of the central fingers of both hands. She often had intermittent outbreaks of erythema and intense facial itching. In her past history she was in- tolerant of all types of adhesive tape. It was diagnosed as seborrhoea. treated with lotions and quickly improved. Due to the frequency of her relapses and'to the sporadic nature of the outbreaks of erythe- ma and facial itFhing, she was sent to the con- ta.t dermatitis clinic. Patch -tests with the AI-Test and Trolab stan- darJ series showed . O3n 0n-o307~4 Test PPD Cobalt chloride Nickel sulphate Colophony Carbamix Wood tar Rest of standard series Concen- Result tration 196 pct. +++ x% pet. ++ S".E• pet. +++ _ 20 % pet. + + + 3% pet. +++ 12 % pet. ++ (IR) negative The patient was informed and advised scrupul- ously to avoid the large number of products •and objects of common use in her home. in her work and in her personal care that could con- tain the reactive substances. Although the patient improved, she returned F
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~ 50253 786Z ~f:,u~ ~ M~ e~~t~yo1- ~.~~~.- , : .. Mer-IthUl-conta~In.Lg - ExtemalRelnedies=.- Use, Mode of Effect and Tolerance in Childrtn International Symposi:;m, Paris, April 1966 Proccedings • Comptc's Rendus • V'erhandlungcn Ed,tea by Prof. Dr. F. H. Dost, Giefaen o 3 no n Q3 0 -Yro-7. Dr. B. Leiber, Frankfurt/ ~,1.
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:,.._.~._ ' u .•/ 50253 7832 iC t; ~ . ~YISTIt$TI4+~~.. .. . TO N BAC~01 ON~ GAIZ TE TOAA~t3BST~TUTE ET S; ~~ 74 X Ha RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 74 X Ha ~ -Hagers Handbuch Pharmazeutischen Praxis "MEDICIt.'AL" CIGARETTES. *(Zigaretten.)* Hagers Handbucb Pharmazeutischen Praxis, 4th. ed., Vol. 7, p. 1015 ~ (1971) (in German) ' ; *Keywords:* V1ladonna, miscellaneous, additive; stramonium, miscellaneous, additive; lftgitalis, miscellaneous, additive; miscellaneous, additive; T~mphor , ° _~,1*91ko miscellaneous, additive. Abstract: Tobaccoless cigarettes which are or were available in Germany are described. This includes, for example,~ cigarettes made from medicinal plants such as belladonna, stramonium, and digitalis-,-for use against asthma, as well as camphor cigarettes corisisting of a paper tube containing grains of . camphor which are not Lighted, and menthol cigarettes having a paoer tube stuffed with filter paper~which has been impreRnated with a menthol solution. . . . . . . 7' • o.'3 '(•onor~37: . .
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SLL0£UuUU£•p (99ao OIL ~, trtMo:3* i A j oit ~. ~~=~`~r~ .~~~~~1i11:74R~ 3$1~S' : :.11I,~!''~~'.' X t OLBL fSZ05 ¢-------- _ - _ - ~ - - _ . _ _ _ _ d _ _
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S0253 787, x Mo5 :.- ZlS~~[QI,ATSD C~Y ~GAaBT1~ Modern Medicine MENTHOLATED CIGARETTES. Modern Medicine 1938, 70 (October 1938) 0.3 0 0 0 0 3 0 7 7 6
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III Me2-78 S.P.~ Chrisman, B. B. *(no affil.)* 50253 7857 RJR CLAS S,N0 . PAMPtILET ~7, _ 7~i MENTHOL AND DERMATITIS- Lettdr. * Arch. Dermatol. 114, p. 286 (Feb. 1978) '(in English) One case history (female) of dermatitis from smoking mentholated cigarettes. *To thc Editur.-A 25-ycar-old •%~oman , was recently seen with a chronic dermatitis of the upper lip, which had ibeen treated previously in several + a•ays. I suggested she chan fie her ~ toothpaste and temporarily discon- tinuc the many types of citrus fruit contact that she had. I recently read ` of a patient who had been found to have chronic urticaria due to the , menthol in his cigarettes. I suggested 1 to the tienitha{`she also di`BCOn' 1 tinue her menthol cigarettes tempo- rarily rarily as a trial. She did this, and her dermatitis immediatel}• cleared. After ~ several weeks, she performed a chal- ~ lenge test by resuming the menthol cigarettes, and immediately the der- : matitis recurred. Since discontinuing ~ the offending cigarettes again, her condition has remained completely clear. ;r..,
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III rte 2- 72 r S.F. _ r.~.....~.~.... .. 50253 7872 CHROMA?'OGRE`.FHIC ANALYSIS Oe MIXTURES OF STEREOZSOrigRIC ~S~AIID~-2~NT~!©NE9r: ;~, By Godunova, L. F.; E. I. Klabunovskii, and A. A. Balandin Iw. Akad. Nauk SSSR, Khim, Ser. 1967 (No. 5) X013-16 (1967) The analysis of mixture products (isomeric menthols, menthones, manthenes, thymol) resulting from the catalytic conversion of menthol is extremely difficult. Only recently was it possible to analyze partially such a mixture by gas-liquid and adsorption chromatography. We attempt to examine some of the data concerning the separation and isolation of inenthols and menthones from natural and synthetic mixtures by adsorption chromatoP:aphy and their analysis. by_ gas-liquid ch xomato~~_.,,_,..- . 03~00 n 30)77
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J 50253 7873 . • 1 . PL.'1.'~TS, MEDICINAL/BOTANY, MEDICAL/MINT/ ~M ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS--PLANTS/ ' QK 99 At 1977 . CULTIVATION & UTILISATION OF AIEDICINAL AND AROMATIC PLANTS Edited by C. K. ATAL & B. M. KAPUR REGIONAL RESEARCH LABORATORY JAMMU-TAWI 0 3 n 0 A 0 3 0 7 7 $
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50253 7878 81 III Ma2PPP;4 it W .td/- .Z/4 (J*,- . /!t/) Explosion treatment of Phormium tenax (New Zealand Flax) HEIKKI MAMERS•, DAVID N:,i. MEN2t• and JOHN P. YURITTA••• SUMMARY Explosion pretreatment to shatter the green Phormium tenax leaves prior to soda pulping approximately halved the chemicals demand and significantly improved the yield relative to untrepted Ieaf.,, " Soda pulping of the pretreated leaf by both conventional and explosion pulping techniques gave pulps of remarkably high tearing strength. Thus, one pulp of Kappa no. 33.6 had an unbeaten tear Index of 61.1 at 640 CSF. Blending trials with eucalypt soda pulp indicated that Phoimfum tenax soda pulp could readily substitute for softwood kraft pulp as a means of improving sheet properties. ~,. A O A jre o~yralHpsu su~esiShe need for further studies to determine the potential of Phor- ~ m/Ijn taiax 1/ a f' re ct7p foillsouth eastern Australia.
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72 IX Te-73 FILTER-TIP CIGARETTES-=PIP MATERIALS--FZLTERING EFFECIENCY/ A}!sl.q..r,.~V Frq ., ..r ' ~'k ".!'3'^ /,.._ TOBACCO-=MEAT}}OL/ I*-. i~H4b:M~6RAT'I~a,:FtZ0:4 T}iE T4BACC0-_ TQ.. t'a 1CET.1'iFa t CONCr':TRATION, A::D STORAC-E TT.SE ON: t atl1;'pLk ~~ARf,'i"FLw s RJR CLASS NO. PAtiPH}.I:T 72 IX Te-73 Curr.ln, J. G. (Tennessee Eastman Co., Res. Lab., Kin-sport, Tenn., U. S.) THF EFFI:CT OF FILTER SURFACE AREA, FILTE3 WEIG}?T, PLASTICI2EP.S, PLASTICL.'.':: Tenn. Eastr..ar. Co., Kir.gsport, Tenn., FTR-21, 5 p. (1973) (in English) *Keyn:ords:* cellulose acetal:e, filter, additive; estrobond, filtnr, additive; renthol, tobacco, additive. , , . t .u U a v r / "f ~
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11 I ReBI-80 S.P. • drinc 00'-~ ~af...r. ot 0-3 0 0 tt•0 3 0 7a 5.' _ _.~, _. .. .~ ~. . S • • 50253 7880 , ...~.:. 1 -l%VtW*P *M'l$'W .40i ct - fre5 i ~c5~rc.~„ ~ DAIRY RESEARCH INC. Status Reports 1979-80 Dairy Research Inc.div. of UDI~ North River Road, - Rosemont, Illinois 60018 ,
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7?.1xTa y , t~Citi 'TO?ACCC1--Sa0:;c"'gII,TR4TI0NI Ti)D?CL. " ~ • ~ r1.RE0N 2•.OAOX7DE..Tt3TACC0 S':QIiE ?Y;'•ROIE.%/ C~;I LtT1AcE AC.~T~1TE--CIG~? FcETTE FILTEFw/ TtOBl+CC s~TO~ C~ SMon/ pg;N0•w--rOBA.CCO av~KE/ CERM&TCw P!iPPiIC ANA A ~=i6 IALT>IS--CAS CKG.. ^' '"OGF~ P~iIC A' GIGa50253 7853 . IT ,. ~rcTCaI PrC~I"~:Y.'iI~S/ ~~'AyZY~: RID ~ .r/ ., . +er-~ t4' T 14 . • R?R CLASS `0. PA:'.PHL£T i 2 IX Te c Kir~s'~ort, Tezn-, J. S. ~ Te~ness=e E3stctan C~rpanv+ RPSearch Laboratariea, ~ SShG OF ESTFt) : CIGARETTE FILTER TO'•~, :`~SEARCII A".:D DEV£LOP'~~T, ~ Y~CE . •.= q' $'2EED. r ~ a ed (1971) r CUST•?`SEEVICE ~~D CLSTO:.~ xingsport, Tenn•, var_ous17 p 8 Tenn. East~an Co., P.cs. Lab., (in F::glish) c ~ ' ._.....~._~_.. . i 0.- 3 t1 0 r1 0' 3 07" 5 8 _ .. ._ . ,
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~.-....«.::..~~.i:a..,.«~-f.c...._.:.e.....-.. ti.........:...a~.........r.,....~r~....~..a.,:v.ya' ~ ...r.: r.lf•:;tia:a:S.~.t_.~~~ VII Re6 (1970) S.P. U. S. TOBACCO INDUSTP,Y, INDUSTRIAL JOINT COMITTFF. ON PESTICIpES/C. I. LEWIS . ~ R. J. Raynolds Tobacco Co., Research tnd lPrc:Wct Davalopcaent Deparmenta, Scfctttwa ZnkTormsCios Div:EvJ.an PESTICII3rS, A COMECilOtd OP XNFQR".lITZON 1970 A Col2cction of infosmation Winston-Salen, N. C. -. r _. 4 .. . . ,.,_..~.,..,.. „' ~.~. ., ~-~ .. ..... -.- ~.... .,,~,-~.,.r ,..~.~, ~.. 4•.3 a 0 n o3 0 7 8 6 --;~~--, --~- --~,
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50253 7883 ;VII ~ me (1969) 4 ~.:.W.Wa..,. _-..~ ~....J~_.r...t. .w~. Ma=;: Wuum FkR:IFI;S' P~..'~ENSpS IN GItOWIt.C TOBACCO C^CL 'f's,'.R AC", BLtti 1600 POf31M YIELD Ar:U 26Oti EOJ'N~D YIELD March, 1963 7 Peges Narth Carali.:.a A;3ricul.tural Ra}.eiSh, North Extenai4a Servica Carolina I 043 o0 n0 3 0 7 8 8
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50253 7848 . s UNITED NATIONS FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION - ~ WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION/ TOBACCO- -ADDITIVES --MENTHOL/ ~ SWEETENERS/ I ENTHO4 -~-PHA=ACOLO`Z;YP FLAVORANTS--TOXICITY/ TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ CYCLAMATES/SACCHARIN/ 4 XX UnG6-76 TOXiCOLOGtCAL EVALUATION ' OF SOME FLAVOURING SUBSTANCES AND Geneva, 21-28 August, 1967 NON-NUTRfTIVE SWEETENING AGENTS FAO Nutrition Meetings Report Series No. 44A k'H0/Food Add./68.33 i .. 0.3 ~'MENTHOL--TOXICITY SEE MENTHOL--PHARMACOLOGY/ ~~ FLAVORING ESSENCES- SEE AVOW T • - ~'~:`. 0 3 0 7 s~ C r~) n
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~ 50253 7876 j~ ! 73 II Re-77 lran-M icl)el Servant, Energy Dispersion Quantitative X-Ray Microanalysis , S . P . Ll,tt,`tCrfIt"ft" and Michcl C'hampibny on a Scanning Electron Microscope* I Service de Reclrcrches A!c%tallurgiyuc•s .1 ppliquces /kpbrtcnleirt de Tc'chrruk,gie C'entrr J'L•'tndes Nrtclcaires de Saclay France Abs/r.tct X-Ray SpUctrumclry, 1975, Vol. 4, pp. 99 tu 107. Received 6 December 1974 Accepted 14 February 1975 Irevised) In Ihis wurk quantitative mcaxurcmcnts performed b~ I:DX' on Sf.&t. and by wUX on EI'AtA are compared. The commercial SI:M has been improved by the addition ol' •r beam regulatiun and an anticuntaminatiun device. The .pLctra are detected by a Sill.i) detector tl'1YIIM = I8tleV) and digitalized by an nnahh-•1o-diLital ronvcrter.'Ihe xpcrlra obtained arc treated by an un-line minicumputcr 1'I)p 11/05 included in a NS 880 ayrtcm. A tenninal built-in magnetic tape caxxette functiens 0 1. I r ments are usually not very well known, it would have been pessimistic to make a definitive judgement rcgarc the true value of the method from these results. In this work we present quantitative analyses per- formed with EDX on a SEM, and compare the results with WDX on EPN1A.3 The purpose was to realize measurements in the usual operating conditions of thc . SEM. i.e. with a specirnen current of the order of , - -
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50253 7882 xx MaE8 (1970) DESSERT ON A STICK, YATF :T ^.EPEREaCt,S 1970 A Co11ection of 1'ate.nt Reforencc R. J. Faynolds Winston-Salem, N. C. MacCo Co. , , 1 0-3 0 0 n 0 3 0 7. 8 7
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50253 7886 XX MeA , •:-M..Menz,-Willias W.3, ' jt ^autb 7 ~~ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division AEROSOL CANS, PATENTS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Department, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 Xerox Copies Winston-Salem, N. C. O~n~ nn 30791
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. 5Q253 7893 xx , ... Me 7 , , . R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division ASBPTIC.CANNING, PATENTS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1967 Looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0-3 0 0 n 03 0 7 9 8
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: - , Iodian Perfumer 15 (Pt.II) : A5-47(1971). ~ -l~entj~fc~.~,~os~n ~~t~~:0~~a~~~3~~ter~~~r~, ~xverlsrs . .4• . •. ;• M. f.. Sbarma,•O..&.•Slsurma "d v. M.-S:r.gb .,. r i soa53 2 - : iest \4entlu,l ts larae,lv used in co,npoundingIn Indian markcts the n~enthol produced - cif a number of pharmaeentical prcparatior,s,for indisenottsly is eonsidered inferior in quality - than the menthol cominp Crom other enuntricsi flavouring of candies, che.cing gums, tooth i pa.stcx, mouthwashes and other prci•arationc'•i. •1'herefore, the imported ntenthol is pnfcrrcd `l7tic is also uscd for flavouring ches.•in; tobacco, over the indigenous mcntl:ol. With the view ~ pan masalaa and in preparation of inenthoh•sed to liltd out the facts, im•est;sations wcre ur•dcr- r ` .€ ,. cigarettcs• ' The main producing countries of tnken at this Institute by cotnparin; the Menthol arc Japan, China, Farmosa and Brazil. indigenously produced ntenthol of • Japancse In India too its production is beingdonc for origin. Thc studiCs have shost•n that iha • mcn- ttboitt 10 ;•can, tho'.s of hoth the origin arr idcntical and there --4-r:..-....... _ R, , ~ ... . is no diflercncc hetwccn them. . , . .: `• , .. , nn3076 6
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" 50253 7867 : i w . :. ~ MI '~ . ~ `. W=ffi0L*,+T=C11'%# SEE MENTHOL--PHARMACOLOGY/ FLAVORING ESSENCES- SEE V0~1T jA'X;t4AA_t~ 0. 31 n ft Al n 3 0 7 7 2 ~'•`e"`I i /~ . UNITED NATIONS FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION f WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION/ TOBACCO--ADDITIVES--MENTHOL/ i SWEETENERS/ MENTHOL--PHARMACOLOGY/ FLAVORANTS--TOXICITY/ TOXICOLOGY-ACUTE TORICITIES/ CYCLANATES/SACCHARIN/ XX UnGb 76 TOXICOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF SOME FLAVOURING SUBSTANCES AND NON-NUTRITlVE SWEETENING AGENTS FAO Nutrition Meetings Report Series No. 44A WHO/Food Add./68.33 Geneva, 21-28 August, 1967
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50253 7892 7IX MeC7 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 A Collection df Material Winston-Salem, N. C. i 0-3o An o30797
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50253 7894 xx MeC10 W. (Jt. Author) (1968) S.P. R. 3...Rcyvolds Tobacco Corrpany, Research and Product Pe•reloc;nF.nr L•epartrmen4-3, Sciencn Irformation DiviSicn MkbTS--A COLLECTION OF IaFIMOLM0:I, '5y R. J. P.eynol:ls Tobacco Gompar.y, Rcc.csr_ch aca Prw::~:ct DweiopMe.^.t Depaz*_nenta, Scicnca InCoi=aa;.ion Div., and 1lillism W. Mcax 1968 W3natoa-Ss1ea, N. C. , a-3 0 On 0 3 0 7'qq
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jc.P. ~ ;. .T. 2iP}'DoldB Tobacon Ce,apar.y, P -IQaa:ch and ~ F'Lt'-d.1!'Z l:u-raiopm=t Dapartmeata, SCir.naa i i:.x~a::ut~u~c I:3.+iaion P:;JC:SS, A YATE.3P 5hl:Rw`•I, by ft. J. :eynolda To~a.:co Cmpsny, Re.:c;a..ca and i=xo~:,act L::volopmcnt DcpIIgWeats, ScicaCu PiviuSon, .r.d Ki12.f.F;;n 3i. Men% ..._,~ N. C. COIL4/..rY1V:J oY
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50253 7891 ftrYtt Wi t l iar++ aNlt. : ' R. J. Reynold3 Tobacco Co., RaseaYCh ead Det•o1c;.xA-St Pe-lcrtmants, Scicnce Infoxcas-• tyo-a nLZ i:.~i .•a A LIST OF U. S. h<S'ff,i:T t'ii'nTsr:PS ? hw R. .T, R++nno14q Tob,aec;o (~.o., R:.SC'1:.i.e'.il %.lu',t. ,~i.3Siiiioi+.Li:T2b D$pislC"".~:a1L`8, Scisuce Infnrrestion Divioioa, and Willirm W. ~, 1969 A co22cctim of R. 3. tto,-nalds Tobacco iufqrmat ~' iCn Co. Kinston--Sa2em,
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~ R 50253 7842 i•{Gn{u}3~71•- .~~t~.~.5>~3~~w~~ rca«' ~` ~,,:°krgt.1d0 ti :.m:.~d}t1, ,., t; ' - ]~I it3T; S'•.-":Q. w w ' r rz *~m':~lfi~ zc~'J t:_.:5. .1 S1JvY t~? lr,,.i. A:D sYM 1.4 aml Lason A. GxOt:,0cc-rZ. ~areh. cs~~~r..~• s 713--`ala (3.Q.:Z) 0--3 n A n t) 3 0 7 4 7 I . .. . , __
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- ...._._ _._ _ .~ . .- ..._ : __.. .. _ _ ._ . _ . _..._ _... 50253 7895 .,~.avWC"r:. MeA ! (1968) Re~Ar~c:z ae~~ ~ w ".clw i_w.3 13. :a~' .; .: ..~ .:i '*abacco C~,~Bny, t DogWttiApat©, Scrcu~~s Csf • A• Y r 1'iavaja LL1C~ tt~~~ a iC.iE'.nt.`e 0.~~ono3o$At1
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50253 7904 ' xx Me 2 -.-~--.~...n..,,...-..~~.. _w....-,.._.._..~__, Men~c,X R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division CEREAL PUFFING -- A COLLECTION OF PAPERS AND PATENTS,ON, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1966 Looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0-30o n 030a 09
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50253 7897 Me10 Menz,, Wilifrm (1969) R. J. Fevr.oLds Tobacco Co., : Ps2a,,-ch Dept., SciQ:ice Ir.forcaatl.os D{visiun S..u,.S£~C'rI, 8. rT. R~.ryiYolda Tobacca Co., T:ee t.rch Dept., SciNr.ee Iugo:.matic+a Div;s3.ou and Wi3.licm ' W. lia73$ 1969 R. J. Rmynolda Tobeaco Co. Winston-Sa1ea, N. C. 0--3 n o n o 3 o s n a. r.
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, 50253 7868 ~ f , III Me2-81 S.P. Jour. Polymer Sci. (Poly.Che!n. Ed.) 18(10) 2933-40 (1980) - A Molecular Approa& to Flavor Synthesis. l. '- ~ ~Mentbol Esters of Varying Size and Polarity'j H. JABLOIVEIt and B. L DUNBAR, Hercules Incorporated, Research Center, Wilmington, Delaware 19899, and A. J. HOPFINGER, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio 44106 8ynopsis Far a.eriea ad meatbol estes of toereasing sise and pol.rjty, "mintynesa" decreased rapidly as molecular wMht incrensd. For molecular weiots above about 700, the oo®puumd...en tasteless to a.itni6ant proportion of tbe taste panaL As polarity increa.ed, the "sweet minty" ta.te of bqe dropboDie mentbd esten bacame ioezeasiWy bttt.r, until watet.oiubie menehol esters were ttraqly bitter. Bitterness wn rtiD apparent in quite bigb-moisailar-wsiot water-adub3e eatem a ditreront reosptoa may be involved for bitterness than for mint. An overall hypothesis selatift flavot to molecular solubility parameters is propoaed. M 300t1n30773 .:_r_
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C) •3 •!i `~,;`t £2!Tl"i ..•~- .. .... i' .Y 1' a1 2'•-'••-'.. v-?.' V7 113 Lf) ( a.' ?~C L';E : ~ s~ ; ~St~ t • $ +Lt~ t at?tjt^_a'!Za ''?Q 0, -7a "` EJzsz?"f 1:C.1lt:a la V .~•• 6J a.RcLl aJ c w ' .ale#'idaoF" £a11 XI i I S99L ESZOS
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50253 - 7fl87 ., xx MeB3 0:k ~: _~ ~ .. <,. :....~...: R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division. AEROSOLS: PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION DATA by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1967 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0.3 0 0 0 0 3 0) 9 2 .. . . . . ..
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, i . ^^ 50253 7902 .. ~ .. ~ _... _.:._...., -::~..~,.z:.- XI ,,,-Menzp 4Ti]liarr, W. kJt. !`.utti~~~- ~ - Me7 lC,-6f3 R, 3. Reynolds Tobacco C=pany, REaearch and Yrod;:ct Deveiopment Departments, Scie.aee zufor-datic:1 Uiviaion CARBOXYM1ziYLCELLULOSE, A COLLECTIOit OF RE^EUNCES, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Ccrnenny, Research and Product Deve'! cp:eFnt D::tpartroents, Science Information Diviaion, - ai:d Willivn FJ. 34zna 1963 txinston-Sa1em, N.C. 0 O~ M •• A '1 0 3 0 y- 0 7
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50253 7907 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division COANDA EFFECT -- COLLECTION OF PAPERS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division, an d William W. Mena 1966 •-- • • -- - looseleaf ..Winston-Salem, N. C. 0•3n On p308 12 _,y___-,
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50253 7900 II- . ~ ;ie9 Men&,. Wiliiaa•W. (JE:- Rvthor.)' ~, (1968) :; J. Fcyr+o'.ds Tobacco Co., ~search DAp$xtm~t, Kr_~nce I^fc~L.atic+n Dicizion CA3'SxCU.d 9e`AiL1ZT7BS - A COLLECTION OF L1TSI.'t3;,LE by R. J. Reyna1cts Tobacco Co., Resrarr.h '4^n::ctta2nt, Scienee Ic.formatiou D4visiqn end ;?f1lirJn W. I,.anz i.rivPi V8rto1.18 j)&V';33 t:iFI;,tOa-Sair.w, 'North Caro3.ina i 4.3nonn 3 Q8AS '
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50253 7903 .L..:.a...sa.~....r.~ a..........~...a~...w..4..~~~sr.:LL:OC.i . a~1aa~...wl,..-Y~. ..I ,.a, ..as+.+uu w ..a..~ ..~_ Me (1 : Men2 LIiIIiam W. fJr ' Acrkha-'a 10 , . 968) , S.P. ;z, ;, z;cynol4a Tobacco Cwpany, Reaearch and Product L ;~.~la,r,asnt i:epartmenta, Scieace Znformat±on Di;isiott Cc?TAL£t?SY, tK1TATQNIA-C:[..~.""aICAT.LY INDUCED, A Lx*drature Skiarch by R. J. Rsyr.olds 'icbacco Company, acsearch and Prcduct Deve2opmyat DeparKmQnts Sci.:uce Irsfaruation Division and 4lill.iaz t•i. Meua I9u8 A Collaceion of ReteLences Winat:on-Saaem, N. C. I
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50253 7896 R. •l. Peqna2:~s 7obA_ca C.,, , r:,a. and u~:~~;e1ap. ~ 1967 ~a~:~., ~ci. ~n~. i~iv. II Me4 Prc~ Bd r tt~ 's 1 R. J. Rcyno? sts Tobacco Co., Re3. ~ Ti.T:A! 3i'@lo7. T3i::ptQ., $Ci. ItOg. DiY. b22d H. W. ::attx. 1967 A collcction of materia2 tdinston--3aZesn, Pt. C. 0-3 0 0 n0 3 0 8 0 1 I
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50253 7911 i W31ia11 `i: IMM' (Jt. Authot), V.. R. J. (teynolda Tobc.: _o Comp.z;:y, 'tc,i,eazLh and ProdUct Develvp:ient Lepar..`mt=nr, s, Science Intormaticn '.)ivlattn , CONSUt•tER PRF:F$F.ENCES (INL'I•U::I:: ; SP?aNDING) by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Compar.j, ?:--A.%; rch and Product DeveloFmtat Depari.sf.•nir, Scier,ca information Divi.aion, and Williuro W. Mzn.*. 4
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50253 7906 .,,: , XI MeA3 (1969) menrl Nittidps w.rit. 1ut., e R. J. Rrynol.ds Tobacco Co., Rpaearch and Developmetnt vQnartuEnta, Science xAforMatioa Diviaion CHNxN3 CITA iTiTH TOAACCU TAST}?, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacc.o Co. , Resc=a;:zii and Developcuent Dup-wrtmantr., ;Icf.ence Ync`o-m-atiou Division end Wislf.am «'. Me-ox. 1969 A collection of Matierial R. J. Royaolc?a Tobacclo .J;o. Wina ton--Sa1cm ,N .C. 4' 0-3~AR0308- 1 i
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0 _--. - . ~ . - Thdco•ntribution of olf action XX MeF-D-316-79 '_;7"" • to taste diserimination/ Bu!lerin..f rhelsrchonomfcSncier} ._, 1979. Vol. Il /b/..t Si' 50253 7874 (> •~ - -• ,~ (~a " • ~~ --- ~_ ARNOLD HYMAN 'I~10A'CA~'1'il(~.?~~ and~LEO CALDERONE . ' Q~ Unirr ssiywjN~flaven,/tYrxr•v~•nj6aUUw-4x;u! U63I6 ~ ~ 3J c.J , rz,~ To assess the contribution that odor makes to tasting, subjects made forced-choice dis• 7~• S was concluded that the contribution of odorr to tasting is related to the intensity of the odor. . criminations of orange juice. vinegar, and chocolate syrup using taste and smell combined, taste alone, or smell alone. The taste-alone group perfornrr•d more poorly than the taste-smell group on two of the three substances at low concentrations on the detection task. On vinegar the smell-alone group performed ciose to chance levels and the tuste•only 6•roup was comparable to the taste-smell group. On the recognition task, all three groups discriminated poorly compared to detection performance except for the taste-smell group on chocolate syrup. It 0 and smell alone. The smell-alone condition was included since it seemui likely that the eztcnt to which the odor of a substance contributes to its flavor is dependent on the intensity of the odor. The stimuli were presented at low concentrations so that the trigeminal effect could be avoided and psychophysical functions could be obtained. /`_..~I__.,__ e The interrelationship of the senses of taste and smell has been a topic of some interest ever since Bri;llat- Savarin's early observation (1825/1971, p.39) that the flavor of food is largely influenced by its aroma. lt is also likely that tactile and tcmperature sensations contribute significantly to the tasting experience (Rubin, 1936). The. taste-smslJ. ~teraction has most often been studied by obscrvatioi of subjects who havc become anosmic through injury to the brain or olfactory nerves. These studies have roduced mixed findings witlt satne autQcs Sill9ndd 9.A S0nciSr, (~6~coraucl~ that anosmia pruduces sizahle gustatury deficits and others (Clark, 1968, Clark S,. Dodl;c, ;1955a,=1955b; METHOD Subjects Tlrc subjr.ts wete 64 maks and 26 femates, mostly collcte students, between the aprs of 9 and 31 )-ran. Only one subject was less Iha 17 ycrrs uf age and six wrr: niorc than 2S )rars -of at.~c•. The
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50253 7922 II Me 7 '-Manzj-- WflliaaWw-r.-.jMek a-UM R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division ESPARTO GRASS, A COLLECTION OF LITERATURE, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 Winston-Salem, N. C. 0•30 0n0 3482 7
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50253 7910 I Me5 -~r.MQnptx.;.williset: ii: `~. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division COMPUTERS - LITERATURE, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1966 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0~•'~~Qn C1.'308i 'Jr
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50253 7908 i ~in ~ Mz:A10 -• Ne.nAi- WA 12lan W. (.It,. Autisos) . ~ (1969) R„ J. Azywi3.:34 Tobacco Co., Rasezrch Dept., Sr.#.srs:e IcEorn-ritiaa Divioion CC., ':`v' ;IX-3.C'sx OF FlUIS, fs C'JL1.ECT?O:I 07 P.cu:22b'.iICES, by lI. J. P.esr.olds Macc* Lea.~ R•,•J6savth 7Je,ZL., Sr-fiet'.'!e ii11CIrmaMit.n i)ivieian aad 41i7.iism W. t•iana 1569 R. J. a~yn~lsi~ Tobacco Co. kiast3r,-salsfa, M. C. (> --~-•-r--r-,..-~----~a,-.-^~-+^~--- .1 0-3t)An 0308 1 :;
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7" 50253 7898 I MeA 3 '~i:" AYM~ai ~"fC, Meis, ~~ ~ 1 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division BYLINSKY FILE, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division, and William W. Menz. 1967 xerox copies Winston-Salem, N. C. 0-3 n 0 0 n 3 0 8 0 3
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50253 7913 I MeA6 a.r•ro-sr,.~ N ~",~"°~ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division COPYRIGHTS AND COPYRIGHT LAWS, by R. J. ReyriQlds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 A collection of material Winston-Salem, N. C. 0-3A00030818
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50253 7928 ' Me06 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division FOOD ADDITIVES - RULES AND REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO - A COLLECTION OF LITERATURE, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 Leaflets -~13naton-Salem, N. C. o.3 oAnQ3 0 8 3 3
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50253 7912 I f . XXII Me l Hena,. 6FfYli~m- X: ' (J~~ E:ttt~r) , R. J. iteyuolds Tobacco Co., Rasearch and J'rodyct Ucvalapment Departsent0, Sciance Yn:ornati,.ra Division WN^l:I:?r..~;S, SS;-Lr'.•:A _. A COLLECTbCtt 0F .'.t:D Pr"~TE; :' FM0c.,^•.Zi3CES, by R. J. y na ica 'wur:cuo l:o., l:c:aen: ch and PruCuct Dia'dj'3..<<!n$:1t DL'1Aa'*n:.^~Y:t3, .Sciuac0 XOiOiCa~.`iOil Ij4. w3uina uad w i12iKa i:. :iensc r-r+-- r,- -: } ?4:'0 ';€nnton-Sa2.ea, M, C. 0 .3 in 0 n o30 8 -1 7 Fariausly psgEd ,
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 0 50253 7877 0 VI Re - 81 ~Nint..lrn~,Arrf.ir:DI)anrx.•oa.IM.,~:rar..t~,.a,rr/.t~~a 9 1:"-rikM r NAU w Ikr /hwwal rs ir 1..a .1nw•rio•a and njaintr.l lw tvrrnoi-i~on.d Ihr.,yoyriq;M o.anr.. s.p. Remote sensing of NO using a differential absorption lidar 2r;WAMiiA~*0. K. Kitrmger, ana W. E. oeFeo A lCitytM-qnkrd emw~tF *rminit tttrawarnnrntx sdatnw.l4.rir NO h..r h.wn eudr tminK dirGerntial al.rorlr tiw af fttqunw-y4adArd pul.rd /YI_ kues radiatinn hack.•attrrrd fnMe uK.igraphir tar>cMw lietnrn,% oeR.dNained rnaw /arytMa at rattg.w raM tu 1.4 ktn, and .ignifirant K(1 t.wwrntratinm ah.wr arnhieot wwe afa.nt•d sw rr a path w•hinc vn.wd a lrarfN• nwdway at a ranKr @XUU% knt In virw af tlr.e+rrr atm~.y~hrri. ttiler %-.q.. ahwwMism in Ihr "iral rrKiun ranlaininK thr titl a1n.oaryNism h.ed. thr r~drp...hti.r oa 1/tr lidar Muma w•ao ah+r ta,rm.nnd in.K+lrr to drtrrminr thr dirrrrrntial a1n.w1Niun d thr amlwtiu atm.. .iRnifiranth fnra tb.r t.rnpUeb fnwe atnM.yotwrir tram.tn"rt data tapx •
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50253 791a xx MeB 4 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division DRUGS AND TOILETRIES: PRODUCTIONA AND CONSUMPTION DATA by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Devleopment Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 ldoseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0 -3 0 onn3 osa.3
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50253 7924 _,o;.:-.0 I~ea~,~~11V ;,l R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division FILMCO CORPORATION AND OHIO CORPORATION - MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Development Depts., Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1967 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0«~3~On a3os2 , 9
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50253 7888 , ._.. .._.4~ ~~....._ _~_~_.~_.._._v._ __~;~u.._..- .. _.... ._.~.. xx MeE9 (1970) I#4nbjr WLl1M,W,---.,- .., LC;;d t.':^'!'TNG D;i'4'iCrS i,'UR C,1::S, i:T: . , :•A ? i::T F '.;tE:'C 1733 A i.o:.iectAiC,il ai r~iccasa ~.. .j. ra^_S'LtAld.3 TbyF.Cc.U C.o. w.1:si:011-.C,r$LE-, N. C. 0-30 0 dQ3 47`89 ,
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50253 7920 I I IX i Me9 ~(1969) S.P. R. J. Reynosdg Tob&cco Co., ResaaYah D~,-t., Scienaa Info.nat3.cn riivistaa ELECTItICE: CL':lftiCE aF CIri1.°.E1'T8 SM 4::.E- Reftcsancsa, by R. J. Rcyr.olds Tob&cco Co., Rczr,srch Dept., SaienGS In:ormation Li4iaioa and tJi12iam W. ti•-aa 1969 R. J. Reyaaldo Tobacco Co. Ninstoz-12a1em, N. C. 0 0.3 nerf0 30 82 9
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50253 7929 xx MeC 2 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division FOOD ADDITIVES - TRADE LITERATURE - A COLLECTION OF LITERATURE, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division, and William W. Menz. Leaflets Winston-Salem, N. C. 0•300 0 0 308 3 4
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50253 7921 .i Metus;.-wi2-Ytaw fti: lEtlEhav)-r--- ; 6 ~ (1968) ,- ?,R. J. Roynolcts Tobacco Cozpsny, Research and ~~ Produ+ct Dzveiop:a:.•ut DaputM.uto, Sciencs In;oi-mation Uiuis~on FL:CT:OSxATIC t:c3ATI.IG QX CO:SDUCTQR STr IFS, A Liternts;ca Search, by R. J. Reynolds Tcbaaco Cvz:arny, :te.,=ch and Product Development D::I,art*aents, Science Information Division, and Ki.~~itatn III ~MeA 1968 Various Pages :33r_ston-U1en, Dt. C. - P•3 0 0 4/,I3Ma 26
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1 - - . ~_. _ ..:;....~. A+sstw~).~ . Menz,, Wlllizui,._V,, Wr* f. J. P.eyaolde Tobacco Co., Risearch sud r: cd~:ct Devo?.ap :crnt napuru:enta, Scic:.c: co I iS'orc:Nti.cn ririsiun CAR'RC.i r:;3:;L`XXOE ItJ TQ3As,e^.0 S:iCXE, A ::OULCT iOii ni' LITFALAKGiiE Mil PA^s h:`T R}:%ER$Pic:OS, by R. J. Fey-ioIds Tobacco Co., P,eaaArrh and Product EaVelopueint DHpaYGraento, Sciecace Lniornatiou pii.vision ezr.cl Wi1lim W. t:EaN :.'in3ton-valem, N. C. .1910 GaYfoasly paged
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50253 7927 III Me5 YM .,YV I1,#"- E:9 a am &- 1&.,, # R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division FLUOROCARBON SURFACE - ACTIVE AGENTS, A COLLECTION OF LITERATURE REFERENCES, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1967 Winston-Salem, N. C. 0.3 0 0 c1 h 3 0 8 3 2
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50253 7923 MeA9 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division EXTRUSION OF MEATS -- PATENTS OF , by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1967 Xerox copies Winston-Salem, N. C. 0•300 n03fl82 a
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~ 50253 7914 f . ..-- - -- ---- -..,..._..._.~..s,._:...._.._._......La........_.__~.~..._,~.1-, - - ~.~.".. - -,6_ ~ • • At+tliot tel) ~ (i9G8 ~ t J Iteae3rch en9 Product nQlc4s Tobacco Com an Rc~ g y, y .... . Deti•alopmeat Dep-art;ncnts, Science Iaforw:at3oa 13ivi.-,ion COr:TAGE CHEESE AItD SAi.r10NELT.A : L•Y:.~.Tu'Mi.R SWCH, by R. .T. Reynalde Tobacco Cowpany, Reae_aYch and Product Dcvc3lcp-meat Departxaec:ta, Science Yn:"orcaation Dtvieion end William W. ?icax 19018 A Collection of Articlea Winatoa-Saleia, H. C. 0 Q_3 n 0 n 0 3 0a 1 9
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7_3 50253 7933 xx MeB5 Menz,- Wi3.3.l.a. V.. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division FOOD--PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION DATA bjr R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 Winston-Salem, N. C. 0..3 0 A ~ 03 0 83 8
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50253 7g» , ...s..r,..,..~~-.~.r-.....<....a......'.."°..,. _.._.a...~..-.._..~...~.~ ,..+....-.s... - -..s~....r...~:._..-.. ._' _.' _ I Mw&vWiuj&*wl Mr Mthor*V ",. K. J. Raynolds T.^.bacco Ccopany, RoE3arGtk and ~;cdi~ct Deatl,aW~at Depart.ents, Scz.cnce Xnfo!^ria.tt o:n r{ vi9ioa Dl:P1tAT.'O'ULS , A G'JLLEGCZ4M OF I1.7orl-iATICN, by R. J. ftynolds aobacco Corapany, Re-search attd Pi nduct Dopartaer.to, Sc{ oiicE Y;i=ornation Aivioioa and tdilJ.iza W. tfsaz MA9 U'=toa-Salta, N. C. 0 [ ,
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50253 7926 iaX ' j MeE6 _u........~_.....~,.r~_~~.:.i...+::.....~.-.~.._.~w~ y -- ..:::..,. ~..:' -` Menz, Witliacrt W. (Jt., Author)-A- R. J. paynclla Tobacco Co., Resea2rch . ud ProdEct D:rrelopman: DepArtmanta, Science Ir;forc.atioa MVision A R'f~IfVvAN~.v~ ~'OOD ANm OnlE~tw~56 - J~1 Cot,MMU cF LzTMtl= REMRFucErS ANO P"'i1,, t.y R. J. ApynoJ.d:: Tcb_icco Co., iRoecarnh .,^z3 FrcN','di:i D,~sn1oj7:1afti L::(2;.1't."'..C'JC9, :iCiEnca DAvi,icn Er.3 WS.3llr.rs W. 'ians :37Q ~~aziouoly paged "'na:en-SM1-;4x, N. C. 0-3 0 0 n 0 30 8- 3 1 , ~
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,50253 7936 xx Ge 2 . .... r I. Menz, ~..W:L ~.~ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division GELATIN DESSERTS, FORMULATION COMBINATION -. LITERATURE REFERENCES, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division, And William W. Menz. Winston-Salem, N. C. i 0 3 ~ o 0 n3 0 8 4 1
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50253-7931 7IX Me 4 3 Menz; a1YYtaa~ A: jt. aut~ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Divieion FOOD--FREEZE DRYING - A COLLECTION OF PAPERS bjr R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1967 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0•30 0 0 0 3 083 6
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50253 7915 xx MeD2 -!knL~ VY1lioM W. ~#. "h0r) (1963) R. J. Raynolcia Tobacco Co., Rosearrh and L'avolopment De,.:.rtmoat. aci(:r.ca Info!rWat:ton vivis'!on t. c:OL,T,ECTIOY OF LIaL.,LATUR8 RE: &"'Y;::tiUS, by U. J. keynoi4ss 'f:ob3cco Co., R;:search aw Lr;wo1op„-,ant llf,o~:stmcmt, Sciencs Information Divisioa and WiI.l.iL-3. 3;. ;!:.^»a 19C.13 Qcrioug Pagea l,im.-ton-Sa2ea, North Cnrolir3 0 4~3n0 nn 3a 8:). Il
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,50253 7940 I Hu2 Menz, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division HUDSON, PERRY B. - COLLECTION OF BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION AND/OR PAPERS PUBLISHED,,by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0•3000o3084S
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50253 7941 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division ICE CREAM AND FROZEN DESSERTS. THE INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF ICE CREAM, AND SWEETENERS USED IN THE PREPARATION OF ICE CREAM by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Development Depts., Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1966 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0 3•o0no3o846
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` ~ _50253 7866 ~ III Me2- 73 ~ S. P. ~-~ ~ N111 ~ ~ Gavern T Walker Mf g.- Chcm. -Aerosol Iye~as~ 38 /(3).Z967) SZ--,53: C _--r-~-- . t 5r .~r. .: . . . I Pcoperties,-usAs and. some: .methods.of manufacture . ~ MenUrot Is one of the most important and interesting of the neoisomenihof. (a) neoisomenthoL Mignat'and Porsch! in j Urpeoe aicohols, and rbout one thousand tons per year is their .ucetlent review of inenthols. report the following data for i produced. It finds use in the cosmetic industry and in aromatics the isomers: ' ~ and medicine: it is the cNef constituent of the essential oil of isomm Meiting point Boiling point Density ~ peppermint, ". at present. a!arge pan of the annual production Z0/` of tnenthol is derived from this source. However, due to the ever (-) awnthol 41-42'C 218'C . 0.904 inaersing demand for menthol throughout the world. eonsider- (,) mianthol 38 216 0.904 ~ able attention is now being directed towards purely synthetic (+) neontenthol -22 212 • 0.8995 methods of production, utilising as raw materia!s substances (~ ) Momcnthol 53 212 0.903 - wlrich are cheap and easily available. The ditfrculty is that the (+) isomenthol 82.5-83.5 219 - -- ~ menUwls are isomeric in character, and the isomer which is in (1) isomenthol 53.5 219 : qreatest demand is the laevo (-) menthol. The other isomers are (+) neoisomenthol - 8 215 0.9110 ' of relatively little intcrest. being vastly inferior to the (-) menthol (;) ~somenth .* 14 215 ~ 0.913 in odour, taste and cooling effects. Hence. any synthetic route to ,4 otent#rof must lead. u!timate!y. to the taevo isomer; the problem is Of irterest is lhe fact that the racemie menthol exists In two ': lhusstereochemical in nature. . crystalline forms, melting at 28'C and 38'C, respect:vely. ;~ Naeual menthol, known also as peppermint camphor. Is Data for menthol tabulated in various world pharmacopoeias 4 obtained from pepperrr.ini oil, either by ufoling tlie latter to the • refer only to the (-) menthob since, as has already been em- = poist M which menthol will crystallize, or by fractional distillation phasised, this particular isomer is the only one which is, at ; of ehe al. Chinese peppermint oil, obtained from the mentha present, of therapeutic interest t arvaesis vat. giatirata• and Japar.:;: oiiL obtained from mentha All isomacs respond to the following two identifieation tests: enaisis var. piperascens, are the usuat sou:ces: they are richer (1) The production of an orange-yeltow eolour on addition of _;,,_.,_in tAe_tU r•,{prnr,.alcoh 1 than is the American va.iety, o~tained from I cc of a solutior• of vanillin in sulphuric acid to 10 mg of _,_ T. _.....,. , 3 ~ ._~....~... _, ...s_...:.~..~r...............:...~..-_ D -- -n- n-- 3 . 0-- -T-_ 7
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_ . . __. _.._ _ . .. __~ 50253 7951 xx MeC rtea:; WilJAaiaxii...-: jt., an,t. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division MAPLE SYRUP AND RELATED SUBJECTS, COLLECTION OF PAPERS., by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 Winston-Salem, N. C. _- .._.'j, , 0-30 0003 0 856
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50253 7946 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division LIBRARY FILE (NEW EQUIPMENT, ETC.) COLLECTION OF, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz Looseleaf 0.3 n 0 n 0 3 Q 8 9 3
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50253 7938 . _~ .e._._ _. _ ..~ ~. . _.. ~,.. ~ ~~.~ '- .. -.. ... ~ XXr ttianz, Wil liam V.-, jt. aut. . ' Me R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research r.nd P-.1-t- Deveiopment Dapartment; Science Informrition Divis ion CLl3COSE-;`F.L'CTOSE CONVZ'P,SION DXXZF.4SE ISO:wRI2ATI0N, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., l:esearch and Development Departmenta, Science Information Division and 1Jilliam 47. M3aa 1967 Collection of l:aterial Winaton-Salcm, N. C. n 0•3 0 0 0 ti~0843
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50253 7932 0 on 0 3os.3 7 ttu. WL11.ian W. I S'PQ. J. ftapualds Tobacco ComAeniy, Ravea+rch and Pdro4114'a Uavala~!:»t De?a:tments, Scic;r_" xn::c=at3.cU KAVigioa FC3Ot1 I':ZTrEi;7.::G A21 DX3?ENSZNG MACEiYnS, A P?u''oT SF.1~~:LH, b7 R. 1. r.eqr.9Tda Tcsbacco CompanY, MnEarch =d Pr4l;act Euve].c:r m:at Ba;»rtcwnte, Sci¢nce Zrafor.tia'Gi.zn Divieios, and Wi11ism W. tiens. xx MeD7 (1969) ilinstun-Salcm, N. C. 1969 A Collectian of Matetrlal .,...,._---_.-~.:.. - :.._.~•..,..R..~..~.,....~,~.•~s,,.
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50253 7934 f x MeD 9 ~ (1969) S.P. lunYt Wtiitnn w. GTt:- AaOar)i R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Cf:mnany, P.esearch PYCdLct i).melep::,GnC ^;:nartar:er.L't3, Scle,:,ce A Ca;.i.ECTIG?1 OF RA~+FRML;:B, 5y R. J. .cyr.olda Tob2cco Cw; any, RorY=Wch An4 P4oduct P.wal.op-m¢n. !):~P~,;~~a«L-a, Eeien:a 2nZctLantion DivisAsn sad tif -2.3m N. I',.oa.: 1S69 Wington-SeIe3, H. C. v«~3o0 n 0 3 0 8 3 9 4 I
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a 50253 7953 ' Ix Me Mims*:..: Vtl11az Au# R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division MAX B8NDIG AND BENZPYRENE REDUCTION IN TOBACCO SMOKE, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1967 Looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. . A collection of worksheets and/or correspondence in regard to the reduction of 0,. 3 0 Q(! 0 3 0 beizffre* in tobacco smoke and background fnfoAr+nfj'o„ of MA x 4e n d~ ,
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50253 7942 I Id Me "'s.4ftkItssyit. , ~.~ snLh~ : <. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division IDEATION AND CREATIVE THINKING--COLLECTION OF PAPERS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division, and William W. Menz Winston-Salem, N. C. 0_3 0 0 n 0 3 0 8 4 7 t
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_ - - ., ------j 50253 7950 XR _ Me8 r Menz )- Hi11iai R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research & Product Development Depts., Science Information Division MEAT PROCESSING - COLLECTION OF PATENTS AND PUBLICATIONS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division and William W. Menz. 1967 photostats Winston-Salem, N. C. 0.3 0 o n 0 3 0 S S 9
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50253 7944 ' xx Me3 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division INSTITUTIONAL FOOD SERVICES, A COLLECTION OF PAPERS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1966 Looseleaf •Winston-Saleip, N. C. 0-300n 030849
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50253 7957 III ReA2 v~+e~-• e.._ ~.. .~-..~,..,....~ ~... ... ~ ,.., no.~. • . a~ ~ R.; J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division a-METHYL FATTY ACIDS. A LITERATURE SEARCH, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and Gilel Melamed 1967 A Collection of Material Winston-Salem, N. C. .,. 2 o•3oQcfo3os6
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S.P. R. J. R*yu7lds Tobacco Co; pany, Rc3euich and P: aQuet ScsieG,a Xh~c W~41c;n ~:1,:3oi~n GIii:.rl`;G RCOaS, 2HMIR USE VZTH Tc:Z.?CCc? iN al".Z OF CIGA.F.kiaES, A CGLLECTLO:'i . Cr I3TMiTti^:. F.:.-Mr..'.iCr S, by t3. J. Rcl re.idct Tobacco C::pnnv, Re-earch nnd Prad~ott L'cvci~ ~:~at D:.partra3uts, Sciencs Incormation Divition, and W,L12im Y. F:Lna 19it $ Wi*neston-Sale3, N. C. 0 ' •- Q3-~40a.3 08q2
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-~J 50253 7959 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division MILK SYNTHETIC - LITERATURE REFERENCES by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz U 3 A 0 n 0 3 0 8 6 4
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.•.=:. 50253- 795 ~ XI ~ rieA2 _ Menz,.. William W. ,.. Jt. aut.. ; , ~ (1969) R. J. fiaynolds Tobacco Co., Research ard Dcvelcrrant Capr_•rtraents, Science Informabion Divij;isn *(.tiRKr*?CS Q!i CzGnTRnmS, k CoLL'?C^T_n:I J? PAa. "r;T by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., RecEafch and Dav4lopccnt Departments, Sct:u:ce lnfo:c,.ation Divieicn, ead WiI2icm W. Men%. 1969 A Collection of Pa.nnt Referenecn R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Winston-S alem, N.C. _,_.. _ ,,.~,,__._..~..,....5.,~....~..... .,-, 0 3~ 0 R 0 3 0 8 5 7
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_ • 50253 7962 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division MYCOTOXIN - A COLLECTION OF REFERENCES AND PAPERS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1966 leaflets Winston-Salem, N. C. a 3 n o n o 3 0 8 6 7
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50253 7945 ~ i s. ~ . --. . ~ ' i!!,-A4 jp+~ Nf.lttgion ai C1't. Aathor) ' (1963) ii. 3. P.@ynolds Tobacco Ccmpany, Reacar,;,-:h and ?!•e?rIilci. IS::iialOp:+:EI1t D:'~'i31' :m2a.tB, SC4C:::C x :fto^x.nri^*•1 Pi„i gion pUa!VXr;G, IidC%UJ:NG m-UF!?T.A13 Qi+ i:at'C1'Y3L:-LZST OF REiRR.L::dC:.S AND h ae; r.o2cta TcSacco Carapany, Resea.cH end P_r1 4ct scLcr~ce Inzovns:tion llivi.ior, rt•~~t ts311itrD N. H=3aZ i9a3 A Collection of Naterf a1 Wireg4:en-Sa1Rrn, N. C. O .•<.... -....,..r.__, ,;,~ ~..-.,~....-"R o~oooo.3 o~SQ
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50253 'I955 III Me3 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division MELTING POINTS OF CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Developmen Depts., Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 xerox copies Winston-Salem, N. C. . . , 0•30000308 6 n
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50253 7964 { ~y, ~. Gsi~cc26E. 1'w ~'J71S$3LNl.~ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division NEWS RELEASES - GENERAL INFORMATION, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division, and William W. Menz. 1967 Xerox copies Winston-Salem, N. C. 0•30Qn p3086 9
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50253 7946 ~ "nse, IiilitseaW (R. Authorb R. J. Reynol.ds To'bacao Co., Dssearch ax.d Dcvalog.^_ana Depictmeat, ac9.mce Info_` st:.oa Divicitm xt;:'LM.T SUC".?.S, A L'DLLF'.C'xx0a OP PATEP7S E;.*1D T,ITL' ,.:JP.S SZtut:y.::S, by R. J. Reynolda 3'cb:.aao Co., r.._ • .. "'. ' ;a.C.3 lLL"d DriYi4lQp.'~.lvAt D'.'.n3ItL".a.a~`., Xfss-pi;s'.f!r.i.oA Divi.; xon and WiL'.f.4ne kl. rts~.z lS -'•3 Varioua Pagea Nxvc---cn-Sal.em, North Carolina ~ I 0•3 0 0 0 0 3 0 8 S 1
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50253 7916 ' R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Rsaserch & Prod. DevQ2.oFnsnt Dep, rtzen.te, Scicncs XAfoxcnatir,n Division D32IYD:'A'iIOa OF I'CCD, by R. J. P.:jnolds Tobacco Cc:apany, Research and Product Development napartmencs, SciencQ xnfosmdtion Division and William W. N4na 1961 Xorox Copies tfineton-Sr1.em, N.C._ 0-30 ottQ30 a 2 1
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50253 7950 I M.A7 *A:,.W.4liam,y ll r.~ . auti~ t.~~:..,.~ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division MANAGEMENT LITERATURE, A COLLECTION OF PAPERS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 Looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. I 0 •3oAn 03085 5
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50253 7943 ......... ..~,.a~.rs~.. .v...).~.._ .....~ o...w.•.......~.r.alr._a.i~.....~+~•+....v~ _ _ - _ s:...rti. a...a. ...~... ~. j VIII '. MeA4 ~ (1910) Meus~, Wilti~ ot~: '" (J1t. Author)- R. J. P_eyr_olds Tobacco Co., P.ese.axch sr.l Develop:,;ent Deparrr:enta, Science Infottiiation Division IWACTIGri OF 1+xfLOSCL PA.~iTICLES - A LC t.L't•i1WtLGJ, Uy JR. j. ileyltultl~ Tobacco Co., Research and Development Dwpartrrerts, Science Information Divialon and Wi1lia-u u. Menz 1970 _Va.r.ioual.y paged winstoa-Sa1em, N. C. ~3 3 0 0 n 0 3 0 8 4 f3
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division MENTHOL AND MENTHOL DERIVATIVES - PATENTS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 photostats Winston-Salem, N. C. 0 3 n 0 n o 3 0 86 1
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division OILS, FRYING, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1967 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C.
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I 502S3 7958 VIII Me R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division MICROWAVE. TREATMENT OF TOBACCO, PAPERS AND PATENTS, A COLLECTION OF, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1966 variously paged '" Winston-Salem, N. C. 0 3 n 0 n 0 3 0 8 6 3
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Mtdzt Wi lii.m W. Ut. Fat1"> ,::* (1968) (t. J. Rcyooicss Tobacco t:omppi~y, Rssearch Departrc.;at, ScIcr:;:e Infoz,4zt-icn Div3cica GitG-M'S D4ItXi3;'v~ila:I PRuL.SS, by R. J., P.eyr.olds Tobacco Cwnpany, P.eyoarch Degartment, Scicnce YnCcrn;aLicn Oivision aac3 Idiliia.m W. t.cn:. 1958 Various guges wintston-8a1em, 2torLh C,aro? ina o3AOt1~3 0 a44
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50253 7963 I Me4 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division NEW PRODUCTS AND IDEAS - LITERATURE by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1966 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0-3 n OAA3086a
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50253 7961 , ~ R. J. Reyno:!ds Tobacco Co., Research aud DevelopvsaC Dapartments, Scienca 2nforwction Division h -0:10SCDItf:1 GY.TfiA.`1ATw, A COX.LPCTIG"3 0F HATERIAL, b? R. J, Pe;--oZde Tobac^_o Co., P•cs¢ar.:h ta:d Developuent Dcpartmentg, Science ZnLarmarion Division, and William W. I~218. fl.nt~ w tttan w., ~~ aab:-. = ;~s 2969 A Collection of Mataritil R. J. Reynolds robacco r. Winston-SnLrsm, N,C, 086 6
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U V 8 Q£ U U V U£0 '0 'H :^~f cat^.a snaTspA 69~~I =rifTii PuT `zd'rsTn3Q coT3vL'.YO;ux v:.w.d-p5 'qu3?vI • 1"u A9 `.SttCiiL :W 'JH7SSz1:i., d 'lYI7SdS j:0 S :Mt, i:':~ ~ :xt '44 t10T.3"):3Pr0"1 V •S:'D:Lt!S Ct::i ri:i».. Y.1j . 4:~:.~~sed ' d~adwo0 ao~syay s~~~ur:ail • t' '~i ' (6961) (4c!4*Y '.~4 'M asY1T~I1 ~st~a~q : pT SE6L fSZOS T--
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I MeAS R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division PATENTS - MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL ON THE AVAILABILITY OF PATENTS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division, and William W. Menz. Looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0 3~l 0 A 0 3 0 8 7 8
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__j 50253 7971 I me 6 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division PATENT CLASSES AND SUBCLASSES NUMERICAL LISTINGS PATENT CLASSES 139, 260, 156, 131, and 127, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1967 looseleaf Winbton-Salem, N. C. 0 3• t) 4 n b 3 0 8 7 6
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$9901: o u 0 0•20, I saTToxV:) q3soh 'acaYvS-Vo•---JTii ir03ed etitoT.zslt vi6T acrH •N, c:<:t'[TfN ATm UOafljATQ uoxzesuopi }UV q.w1.YVdG*'d 2003 Q;Id sJi3Ss';a fi0 IZ0Lm'~''J'':c:3 v os RozW. Vsx p wav 'sn-aYS rt-n.-MLOTA t ~Ivl'.%TQ tiot3t't=o}ux BouaTOg ~u~s'oT~t.30 ~a q;;zcaszld ' •CO ooacqoy spTouAng •r •g .(P9GT) (sc~h»Y. -~C~. 'R1 +#u.ti3I4 .,snsw 50E. IIIA 096L ESZOS ,;
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50253 7947 A... V Meaz, Ffi riam' A;`° fr: .author R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division LACTONES, PATENTS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 Xerox:.Copies Winston-Sa~aa, N. C. 0.3•000 030852 .
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50253 7978 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division PERIODICALS ON MICROFILM, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, A" William W. Menz 1967 A Collection of Material Winston - Salem, N. C.
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N-EP__"_ --A 50253 7974 R: J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division PATIO FOODS, INC., by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 A Collection Material Winston-Salem, N. C. 0 3 0 0 n 0 3 0 8 7 9
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_...... ~~. .. 50253 7965 M"), Wtll.ta%Wti_ (4't. .Authot~ R. J. P.esno3.:je Tdbacco Cr,-,pP.ay, t;esearch `end ~ P:odc:et 17^welorrleez Dep$rttcents, Sciencn Infolcaut:4.ort L:.ori.:ion ;.0-B:.SU :.'.:., P1sa::;NT SEARCH, by R. J. T:eyaoltSs Tobacs:o Ccxnpai:y, P.cze.irch end Practuct Devt.icgment Depa:tments, acienca Ynformation Division xad Wi11i.s,Q W. tienz 1969 A Collection of Inx'orm&ticn tiiins;&:~~n--Salem, IJ. C. ; 0_3 ~ 0 n n 3 0 8 7 A
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lYXII 50253 7969 Re _ ..Henz;- tlillfam-W:--(3t...Author) 1(1968) ~Z.y1;.lrSS 4~.~'iaLro (~.G vp:.~:1~/, L•.4J~~.-~'.CLl ~:ud Dert^rrmantia, Scirn--a inFo;:wllLJLon Bi°s:: iLa by Ft. J. P.oygo? cs Tobacco C,^,:?pnny, ri.i ;PJ ~45~ 3''id A 4ilSet't'eaA of i.'.7tes''.ZBl :::, :-i: -on-:JCS -i C:3, N. Ci. ~ 4.10400 3087q
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__.,. - _..._....._.,.~ - - ___..~ t H r+ XI Me6 _.r...~.~.~ - - Menz; William W. (Jt. Author)' ~ 50253 -7968 it. J. Kcynolds Tobacco Co.,:teacarch Science Yrfornntic.n D{vis'lcn Os:YCIELL1' L~`sSE, A C4LLZr.:TICa C? FA.PERS AND 1'AIt.~~"!'S T0!G%rL'f;4; WIT'i QUOTED d'As!c`T?`S 0:d :Y::T:{2:TLC 108d,i:u0, by R. J. F:eyuai4s Touacco 4~iaOi..: e'~~Qn c0. ,::c-:s=,*ch Ze?nYi:.:C`.•at, sa;z~'Wce Vi.-r1^Lon, and :4i11ica W. Men-r--Stored on Third Level in Grey iioxes with Bound Copies of Food 1.'S7 i'r.rioss 1'tgea Teciinolosy. Narth '0? ±r„~ O~OOn O3 0 ~73 ..._..~„_....~.r..
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XR MeB ~S _W. 7 50253• 7982 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division POLYVINYL CHLORIDE AND POLYVINYLIDENE CHLORIDE -PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION DATA by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0~•~Qn030887
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50253 7925 .'I (.it: Author) i (1963" 1 R. J. Rc7vol~is ^sabHcco C+:--pany, 8saearch and prtduct Dwolo."ent De; .n:tmcuts, Scteaca Icstorvstion Division t YIRCl, E0BSF.T H., A CQLLECTLOK 07 Li3;'c?MM.T.O.t by R. J. Il::y:.o2ds Tob$ccc +C=pany, Rcsesrca and Product I?orslcMnant Dapartw;ants, Scier.ce In.foraation Division =d Ni1liza W. Menz 1968 WLtisto+a Su1m, 2i. C. n _ ... ----3-~
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50253 7984 xx MeB2 ~i. =':3~" +ntt~~ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION DATA: MISCELLANEOUS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 Looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0-3 0 o tl 0 3 0 8 8 9
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. 50253 7930 }CX MeC9 Msa:, i,ti 11 t a,. `i. "~ ;f t,. aat• v R. J. Z?eynClC+'eT. TObM.=:ca Co. s M~-'c.3o and 1?rad. U~av. , -~c1.. In9v. Div. F()OJ.? P: 3!.'r 21"LATEDPRtaDi1C'I'3s .LiTTIAT k•'~S SEAfttiM.13, by R. S. 11synolds 'Fod;Fcyo Co. en:'i i'iiil.; n:3 W. M3t2'T+. 1963 u colloctio;a of mafi~ria1 Winvton-aalem, N. C. 4.30A0 0 3 083 5
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Me2 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division PUFF FREQUENCY VERSUS CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF TOBACCO SMOKE, A COLLECTION OF PAPERS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz . -1967.,. Various pagings Winston-Salem, N. C. 0.3n 0 +nn 3 o8 9 z
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50253 7972 , ~ te B4 4~ wf. r ~~, a R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and - Product D.yvelooment Departments, Science Inf_ormation Division PATR:iTS AND PATENT APPLICATIOYS OF ALL R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., RESF.ARC}? A".zD PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT DF.P. ARTMENTS STAFF' MEMBF.32S - A LISTING, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and Idilliam W. Itienz. P 0 3.0 0 n0 3 0 $7T 1968 various pages Winszon-Salem, N. C.
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64(A S"~':. •?. lm'.~TTM rue uc,e;1T0 uaTZtMao3uy oO: Sy;,S PuI q.~2VC-r::4 '/.Vrd=) oaas.,oy bpIou.{^,j •r •U fo r'.J 2:OXT~::3: ~~d u?; ~ ; ~~rQ tsoxa~:uoYux sonars •szrPUaa:.dc-a 3um3oZa4r:a qaIebti7®N •im--dmo:) ooonqO,l spZor,~Qs 'l 'g (6961) 8 ali IIIA 9L6L ESZOS
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50253 7993 I MeA9 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division RESEARCH OF AMERICAN INDUSTRIES, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz Looseleaf For individual titles of papers sea pamphlet 03•0o n n 3 0848
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-j 50253 7995 e.M ~.r.. enz, ,.......,.~:- R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division RESPIRATORY STIMULANTS AND ANALEPTICS by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments,• Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 photocopies Winston-Salem, N. C. 0 3 0 0 n 0 3 0 9 0 0
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50253 7985 ' I :..~ ..,. ..~..._..___.._ __~ Ni keft+c. wtil3ar+. li& t7`+t. Authot} j ~te8 ~ (1968) R. J. Rapnolc':s Tobacco Co., Rcaoarcb snd Pror]tact Drvelooscnt 1Departcsszzts, Sciertce Ing.ornation Division YUaL1C I4i,nPHU`?'I4:1 ON TOnACCO hND TOi3AC;A S;,,^„u; CC;dSTYTU;uST3, A COLLEC~.`I(?:S OF MFF.TuRiAL, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., ItcgQarch ~nnd Product Devalopxent Depts., Science Iniorncction Dieifaca sad W£1liran W. ricnz. 1969 Winston-Sa:1em, N. C. ~ 0•~ ~ A n A3 0 8- 9 o
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949 I MeA2 KitySJ ' WilItmmV. , w R, J. '.'.ay:.o3.ris Tobacco Cawpsny, Rese.nrch au3 P,zcauct Uava1o; ~ cut Dapzrtaer.tti, Sciencc In:ciw:~.{fln hiv:.::3on Si1~CIIES h7 R. J. Raynalda ~ TQb:.cca Cm---ra,1q, napearcil an i ?roz3e:ct Divoic*man: Upparmaats, Scienca InformAtic•n D.iv:aicsz, and 'dilliam W. Mcas 196? FJiuc _cu-Salcm, N. C. 0-34An a 3 0854
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50253 7983 I Me7 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division POPULATION FIGURES FOR ALL COUNTRIES THE WORLD OVER, by R. J. Reynolds Tobltcco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1967 various booklets Winston-Salem, N. C. 0`3n 0n 43088a
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4253 7989 ' xx MeA 5 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division QUICK COOKING RICE, METHODS AND APPARATUS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. o-3nano3o89q
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_j 50253 8002 Ms 5 ~ Menz, William W: ` je : an~ n R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division SEQUESTERING AGENTS FOR FOOD, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. 0-3tl0 n0 3 0 90 7
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50253 7997 XI me 4 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research aind Product Development Departments, Science Information Division R~ J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, RESEARCH AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENTS, - EMPLOYMENT ADVERTISEMENTS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz .Vasiously paged Winston-Salem, N. C. 0'~~0I1C)3 0 9''0~
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50253 7986 I rP.-.., Kenz; Ri11ia~ Wr. j. at~~ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division PUBLICATION AND PERIODICAL SUBSCRIPTIONS INFORMATION, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 A Collection of Material Winston-Salem, N. C. U 3 0 Q n 0 3 0 $ 9 1 0
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It. J. Reynoldn Tobacco Co., Resaarch Pnd Developmr:nt Departments, Science Information .Diviaion INOZSE IN I111D;SSTT.Y, A Cfl3.i.FCTION 0-7 e.~r.•~rt.nn_• by •.~.~rati..rwV, l/~ ~.. Y. 11~r-'J~JU SVY~..CVV VYI, tt~:fsearch and 13c;re].opment lla~pertments, Science Info=atica -Divi9ion and Will.i= W. r:3:u 1969 A Collection of Fefexence$ It. J. Reynolcto Tobacco Co. Winaton-Sale:d, N. C.
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50253 8001. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division SELENIUM--TOBACCO, SELENIUM TOXICITY, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. ~ 3 o 0 n 0 3 0 9 0 6
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50253 8005 - L =''Meax, William W. (Jt. Author) - ° R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., R=search and Devalop:nent DeYartments, Science Informatioa D', viS1%oN Sta,rF, A COId.ECTION OF PA3ERS, PATFNTS AND R8P1s::.a:CES, b-: R. J. Reynol:s Tobacco Co., ttesearch ar.d L•eve3op+aent Depr,rtmoncs, Sci.enca Inforaation Division and William W. :.enz 1970 Variously paged Winaton-Sale:a, N. C. 0) t 0 --3 aon() 3 o9 1 A
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50253 8004 XI ~: Menz, [Yi11iar» Gl. - .its aut.- , 3i:, ~. ". ,,.-, ;. . , _,.... _"'~~ :ia .:1i~3 1hOKSNG AMD DRINK2H6 RF,L,AI'LQ.NSHZP. llts4i 1}e~~.Alial \i~•~tl~%J.~• 0 .3 0 0 n tI- 3 09 0 9
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50253 8011 i ~ xx s MeE10 ~ienz, Willf.rrm 14. (Jt. Aatthor.) (1970k. J. Reynolda Tobacco Co., Research and Development Depautraents, Science Information Diviaion SiY~aR CANE JUICE PREP~4ATI0IN3 - A COLLECTION OF REFERENCES, by R. J. KBynold8 Tobacco Co., Research r,.ca.d Develnp:xent Dapartments, Science Informatioa Division and Williran W. Mena 1970 Variously pAged Winston-Salem, N. C. 0-3 n AnA3 491 6
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50253 8016 -Maai, Wi113asi aat. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division TOBACCO, CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION FIGURES OF MOST OF THE COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1967 looseleaf Winston-Salem, N. C. o3oaoa3 0 9 2 1 t ,
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50253 7992 rkSf!t4 Wi.lifLtrA W.- Q*t..•• AUtMYJ : -• tt. J. Rayr.olde Tcbac..o Cc., f',esearch &a3 Dcve3upn:ent Dsa•r.rtments, Science I111Arr1!Stion 1?'i.': iSion M.OVIst 0h TOMCCO , t ^O,Mt ZCS FR4M iCiiacCO ' A:ii) I:]A:33 OF M:,T.ECTATt3:1 ."Nil SEPARATToN; b;t tt. J. Sey~old3 :idhac.:o Go. , ResAarch znd' Dtivelap:Leat De;;art.,nents, Science YnEuraation D: v3uitrn afid t;iilians 41. M3a:. ~ VIII ~ MeA3 (1970) 1970 Variously paZed Win;iton-Sa7:cm, N. C. 0 .~.~-.>. , a-3 0 0 t1 0 30 8 9 7
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50253 8025 ' XX me 10 @ Mena,: . William W..,t J,t., authat R. J. Reynolds Tobacco., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division THE TOXICITY OF XYLOSE -- A LITERATURE SURVEY, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Developments Depts., Science Information Divi6ion, and William W. Menz 1967 various material Winston-Salem, N. C. 0- 30 00 0 309.1 0
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50253 8017 VIII `-;Menz,..William W. ) R..J: Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division TOBACCO FLAVORANTS - A COLLECTION OF ARTICLES, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 Winston-Salem, N. C. . , 0•30o~a3oq22
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w 50253 8021 Xx MeA4 Meris,~ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division TOXICANTS OCCURRING IN FOOD, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Developments Departments, Science Information Division and William W. Menz 1967 Xerox Copies Winston-Saleip, N. C. 0-3 0 0 n o 3 0 92 6 ~ -- --- --
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3 50253 8027 Nena Willi~aw W, j~: Aiu" R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division TRAVEL EXPENSES, COURT DECISION, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, •and William W. Menz 1967 Xerox Copies Winston-Salem, N. C. 0•3 n 0 n a3 0 93 2
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50253 8029 I MeA$ Wi~~ismA:~ y"- . i~4 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division U. S. CHEMICAL COMPANY EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION FORMS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz Looseleaf a3 ~ ~n n 3 0 9 3 4
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50253 7988 Niesy twtlEiam W. V!'.. Attthae'1 R. J. Reynolda Tobacco Co., Receatch D;:pt., Scitanco Infomation llLvir,iit PiJLMW1z.1:\i (.'.IITML bIl•17 AND MOSx.IV G:' TNtir"Z,.?D .Eii:.7G svY+S "Fi°•CIAL!.°a TOBI!:CCia ;: R4;'F°.`'IMES, by 8. J. Reyuoicts Tabaccu Co., Rases:zch Uept., Scicnce Yo-fot~jatiaa 8±vi3:.r,n and William ti. L'.anz 1969 B. J. Raynolds TeUatccofpz WinscoA-Sslxa, S. C. .~:..~-.w.-~..,. _ ~-.,e-.~.-.....:...,.._._,,,. 0-3 0 0 nn 3 0 8 9 3
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50253 8028 I Heb War, :jlillia. autho~ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division U. S. CHEMICAL COMPANIES RESEARCH BROCHURE FOLDERS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz Looseleaf { p'30Qt1c13 043 3 k t
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50253 8033 xI Me5 (1970) .Menz, William 14. (Jt. Author) R. J. Reynolds Tobacco., r.esearch and Product Derelo,r:.cnt Degartments, Scicuce Information Dl sision WATEYR k:hn VFiTI'sR P01.LtJTT(St1, by R. J. q.....+..1 ~.. T..L..~~~ I., n. _..~ L . f._. a..+3.~vA.40 ~VV6.~.VV VV., ~~~.:J4c~LV.• C1~1L! CLUta~`L Cevc:lop:ncnt Oepartuenta, Sc:ience I2iFo:Tlaiaon Division aad Wi11ian W. henz Glinaton-Sa].cm, N. C. 0 i 19,37 A collection oi material . 0- 3a pn 0 3 0 93 8
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50253 8030 - 1- Mens, William 114. (Jt. Author) I MeA R. 3. F.e; n,lda Tobacco Ca.,&c3oar .h r.ad :aS,~resre+~^ ~Oivisiou V • :i • a: 'ii '.ila:-P'itiJ. Oi Ai tiSiV:i7.1tt.:YF. ~M'T?VITZf:S - A CCZ'..L$.^.aIOa 07 I'e.i'."::ia, by kt.'J« Repiolcs inb:cco Co., }tcso.zrch arsi 2r•a~;uc OaveZopaaat Lapartmr:,nts, ;Gience Z:~~o~-* atioo Aivision, aad Wi21+.,arr W. i£+3AL 1967 A Coliection of Material kU.atou-S31c:a, N. C. ' ~ I 0'.J 00n 030935
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" --' TOBACCO--SMOKE--FREE RADICALS/ . 76 IX Mei 76. RJR CLASS N0. PAMPIILET 76 IX Mel ~ - - . • tMen.ze1E: $I~tW«•~ vincent, R. R.; Wasson, J. R. j '(Univ'. Ky., Dep. Chem., Lexington, Ky., U. S.) DIPOLAR IIROADENING OF ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE LINES OF FREE RADICALS: SPIN-TRAPPING STUDIES:OF FREE RADICALS,IN CIGARETTE SaOKE. ~: Jour. Magnetic''Resonance 21, 321-30 (1976) (in English) • *Keywords:* free radicals, smoke, constituent. ••:.. -• .- _ . .. .. . , . . • .• .. _ • ' ' '•. ¢30 0n 0•3-09q~1'
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50253 8034 . I S ~ Antioxidants vs Lung Disease . y i I • Arch. Intern. Med. 128(1)88-93(1971) .Jeffery N. Roc}im, PhD; John G. Hadley; and Dah44 8. bieosel, PhD, RAland, Wash Oxidation of fatty acid methyl esters was markedly increased by trace quantities (1.5 ppm) of nitrogen dioxide or ozone. Nitro- gen dioxide-catalyzed oxidation occurred through conventional peroxidation mecha• nisms. Ozone reacted in thin films by di- rectly attacking the double bond. Phenolic antioxidants retarded NO -but not O,-oxidation. In aqueous media. 0,-oxida- tion occurred by direct attack and per- oxidation; NO,-oxidation by conventional • peroxidetion.• Bdh were retarded by phe- The photochemical air pollutants, ~ nitrogen dioxide and ozone, are 0 ~ 3 no nd 3 aiti~lar% t.5t 0y are both strong :.. . . .~.~:_ .. .nrtn nolic antioxidants. Exposure of rits to 10. ppm N0, for four weeks resulted in reduc- tion of polyunsaturated fatty acids in tFe vitamin E-depleted group. Exposure to 1.0 ppm ozone resulted in death from putmo nary edema of all animals within 22 days. Lethal time for 50% of the poputaticn (LT,.) was t3.2 days for vitamin E•depleted animals, and '18.5 days for those receivins vitamin E. Vitamin E appears to protect against the biological effects of photo chemical air pollutants. tive antioxidant, on the effects oi ozone and NO,. • I Experiment
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M"Wtt.s N.a+arloh, I896'- , . liolthoff, Izaalc :Jaurits, 1894- Volumetric nnalysis, by I. 'M. IioltLotl ... tandt V. :i Stenger ... 2d rev. ed. ... New York, \. Y., 1nters:,ienc publi5aers, inc., l:!-h- ?s~y ,j c. tables, dlt+y;rs. 23} cm. °Ur!ginally puLlished In the German In 19`37, with the coole:r- tion of Prof. H. M:tizel ... trnnslnte9 into English by Prof. N. I~. Furman."-I'ref. 13ibliogrnphical f:>ot notes. CoNTeNra.-E. Tbc4n•etlcal funclamentals.-tI. T;tratlun. `Iethoca : ncld-b:u3e, precipltr.tion, and comp!ez-forniatiou reactions. 1. \'olumetrle annlysle. T. Men7ei, Helerlch, 1S:).",- ii. Fur- man, \athauiel Howell, 1892- tr. rii. 5teuaer, \'erncru lrthur, ifl03- QI)111.IC6I2 42-1.4G1 i 53 ~Jb=2 ` 7 Library oL Gonl;ress t r-} j d
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50253 8042 ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY/METALS--ANALYSIS/PROTEINS--ANALYSIS/ AIR--PO UTION--ANALYSIS/CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--INSTRUMENTS/ASBESTOS(analysis), X-RAY DI FRACTION/AMINES--CHROMATOGRAPHY/AMINES, AROMATIC/ CHROMATO APHIC ANALYSIS--HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/ HYDROCAR NS, POLYNUCLEAR--DETERMINATION/SOLVENTS--ANALYSIS/MERCAPTANSA Ao Analytical Techniques in 1980 Occupational Health Chemistry Based on a symposium sponsored by the Division of Chemical Health and Safety at the 176th Meeting of the American _ Cbemical Souetyr l a, Miami Beach, Florid Donald D.. Dollberg, EDITOR National In.rtitute f or Occupational Saf ety and Health Allen W. Verstuyft, EDrrOR Chevron Rerearch Company A C S S Y M P O S I U tAMEIICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY M S E R 1 E S12O ,•:. C. 1~~0
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-6" 50253 8053 tIQt.GBO4T, RjR Archer, Inc. / INDUSTRIES NEWS, R.J. Reynolds Industries, Inc./ , ~ARAVAN, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Comvany/MERCH{lNDISEAR'R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company/ fSEANOTES,'Sea-Land Service, Inc./ ON TARGET, 1tJR..ARCfiER,Inc./. 74 RI Re PUBLICATIONS OF R. J. REYNOLDS INDUSTRIES AND SUBSIDIARIES. Sop, 2 A Collection of Material.
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50253 8050 I I The outputs and particle size diatrtbuttuns of several nebuli;ers and atomizers are summarized. The former are expressed in tenns of uscful aerosol produced; the latter fn terrru of the dtsfribution of aerosol mass with respect to particle size. 72 III Re-76 S.P. • ' OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS OF SEVERAL COMMERCIAL NEBULIZERS 61D". at&~~ ~3 396 19G5 ~. R ~ . j ' . ~ T.. T•. MERCER; A.D. R. F. GODDARD, M.D., F.A.C.A.• R. L. FLORES OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS OF THREE 4 U L TRAaONIC~ LTRAaONIC NEBULIZERS T. T. l\TERCER, Ph.D., R. F. GODDARD,.NI.D., F.A.C.A., and R. L. FLORES i . _ . . . . ' .[ZN EARLIER report' gave defiails new ultrasonic nebulizers were studied ' e u`t 6~ hz • ct~ st! g of a and additionil tests were run on a shelf ~43A~~t~~ .. .. _.. # I
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50253 8051 P 10 73 Arch Intern Med/Vol l3., law 1973 Aerosol Productioa/Sfercer s , . Production and Characterizatio of Aerosols jb*M"'T,'Mereer; PbD, Rochester. NY n . The product:on and characterization of aerosois are essential processes In e:peri- tnental studies of the toxicity ot inhaled par- ticks. Certain methods for producing monoa 1 dspersy aerosols are especially useful for studying the mechanics of deposition and slrort-terar clearance from the lung and for taiibration of sampling instrurnentation. Polydisperse aerosois are encountered in practical studies of inhatation toxicity and in anedicai appfications of aerosols. The aeroo- dynamic properties of particles are espe- etanY significant ib bringing aboect their deposition in the respiratory tract. They can be eneasuxed directly with appropriate in• strurnentation. 39 ~4 .~~... r. 0. 3 0 0 n t) 3 0 9 5 6
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.. ._ .. . . . . . .. ... . . . . . . ~... . . . .. .... . . ..- ... . . .~L• •. . . .. .rl.4>r r w. .... . .. " ORGAMMTALLIC CKEMISTRY/ j. ---_ 50253 8040 1~ 7 s b 1973) • ' " O Elsevier Seouois S.A., Lausanne-printcd in The lhetherlands rSILYL~ITIO`' DE LA htETH~'LBi3TE\ONE, DE LA CARVONE ET DE L'a IOl~'O~tE P~R LE SYSTEii1E ~Ie3SiC1/Li/THF . SILYLATIOtt OF I~TEiYLBUTENONE . CARVONE ANDO*-LO.NONE BY Me3SiC1-Lf-?RF •SYSTEM. R. CALAS,.1. DU\OGUtS, A. EKOUYA; (i.1~iERAULI'~t N. DUFFAUT* ' Iaboratoirt de Chimie Orgarsrque et Laboratoire des Composis Organiques du Siliciunt et de , l'ttain associi cu C.~'RS. Uniuersits de Bordeaus 1, 33405 Talence (France) Summary . . . • • •. • ' . . . The reactions carried out by action of the 11e3SiC1/Li/THF system on .' methylbuter.one, carvone and a-ionone constitute the first ~xamples of direct • Gsdylation from chlorosilane, of a-ethylenic ketones when the -CaC --C • _ ` ~ : . > . . . .. ~ sequence is not cornplementarily conjugated.
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50253 8052 TP . 370 Ra 1974 PDDL C0. :i Ink, nluc,,us "n-lillan t Hot-Gas t. O~ Vcbet~ ~~es Environmental Protection Technology Series ' Dr. Jack W. Rall.s Nr::- Wal ter- 'k. Mercer . l Project Officer Mr. Harold W. Thompson Pacific Northwest Environmental Research Laboratory National Environmental Research Center Corvallis, Oregon 97330 NatiC'na! rwironmental Rcsearch Center Office cf Re:carch and Devetopment U.S. E.,eironmental Pro'ection k+•ncy Conallis, Oregon 97330 December 1974 0`3 0 0 0 0 3 0 9 5 7 r
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Translation _ iR.rcter, a. r A author. . Lederer, E. ON TR CONSTITUEDITS OF AMER GR4Y. II. AMBREINE AND COPROSTANONE, by E. Lederer, F. Marx, D. Mercier and C. Perot. Translation from: Helvetica Chemica Acta M I, 1354 (1946). 0 0
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50253 8064 TS i V Fr Merck & Co., Inc.s, Merck Chen~ical Division ;1ER'Tt151~, ',lEt~i HORIZO:VS. „ 1966 5p. ttahway, Nev Jersey Tr 0'3 UOtlU~09:b.9
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50253 8062 Micro- film No. 84 kercier; °'Jacqt~a~11 '"'""" DETERMINATION DE 1' ACCOUTUMANCE EXPERIMENTALE PAR UNE METHODE PSYCHO- PHYSIOLOGIQUE (IVe MEMOIRE). ETUDE DE QUELQUES DROGUES SYMPATHICOMIMETIQUES, DE LA NICOTINE ET DE LA COCAINE (Determination of experimental adaptation by, a psychophysiological method. IV. Study of Several Sympathomimetic drugs, nicotine and cocaine.), by Jacques Mercier and Suzanne Dessaigne. 'Pharmac. France 18, 502-18 (1960) o.~oona3o9b 7
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2.~ X X ~Anchor Stor 6e ~rchar:dis'sng THE NEW ~' GENERAL AelERCHAN®1~~ ~~ USaw G~,`A.Ih ) ;`~~t e4'73/"`13_ ya (Fa. 127s nI Dzi a~ ad ~~ n Q- lnrr The more than 5,000 "big't store general merchanc;isprs are doing everythinq imaginable . tA E1AASt "want" buvinq. A,,.t thPCP camo- ceorc a:hn arP incf 0•3t100 03 0 9 S 9 - Most economy analysts are project- ing a return to single-digit inflation for the balance of the decade. Best guesses are in the 6% to 9ryo range, with a com- pounded inflationary factor hovering near 45% ->?6o (..-- e . .J U "1 ~ ~. Q. . _t...`J kX /yLtzl - 7s' s~. stores' merchandise mix-in tune'with consumer need. On the following pages, Chain Store Age introduces the third major profile of the New General Merchandise In- dustry. It blends the present-day con- rtifinn nf tt:a mvrrhanrliu• miv with a 50253 8054' .rr'
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.i ISTRY/ALKALOII~S--BIOCHE' MISTRY/ BOT!1.r'ICAL CIIEIII_S TRY/PLAi7TS--BIOCI' E," ENZYPfES--KINETICS/PLA~'VT CELLS AND TISSt?ES---STRUCTUttE/PIIOTOSY1JTIiLSIS/ PLANTS---RESP IRATION/CARBOIIYDRATES--PiY,TABOLISAi/LI P T DS--MF.TAI;OLISri/ NITROGEN PIETABOLIS2•I--PLANTS/NUCLEIC ACIDS/TI:RPEi`iI.S--PLANTS/ PORPHYRIN AND POP.PIiYRIAI C02•B'OUNDS/FLAVOPdOIDS/ Unfyersitv ot Licernool ! ~:T ' lt~Wed Joiat Chairmcrt oj the Ilonorarr I:ditorial Advisory Board G G , SIRRODL•RT ROIIINSOY, O.M., F.R.S., LONDON ^ . 0_ s nA n Q ': ' (I . WATy&TIqSTAN Sl'ILIiAUS, DtiNNESOTA • Senior Lecturer in The Departnlent ojl3ioclrenristry and Agricultural l;iochemistry, _ Unu:ersity College of II'ales, Aberysnvytb PERGAMON PRESS !• oxronD • NEW YORK I j TORONTO • SYUNL•Y • BRAUNSCIi1VL•IG • - - THE COA1~40N1VI:ALTH AND INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY f ,4 ~,2JJ • }' , IISOCIlEN11STitY DIVISION ~ --.•~..•.-...~ . , . ~...,~ .-. . I I QK 861 Go 1972 2 C. ._. . . . . . . . .~;, . T. W. Goodj•rilii Johnston Professor ojdiochemistry, ,~. ... ~r a MCt 1i 0 ~ Biocheiisfry r
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50253 8046 f I i t,a. Ind. lKyg. Aesoc. Jour. 26, 122-31 (Harch-April 1965) tT~.QAn 0 3 09S.~ Ho2 (1966) heunene, R. 8. THE CASCADE CE.TR..*Ph'TERt A DMC3 FOR . DETERAiINI?'G TidS CtiNCE<rTRATICN AIvD SIZE DYSTRIBUTION OF AEROSOLS, by Haunam, R. F. end R. J, Sherwood
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50253 B06T " ' RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK RS 79 Me Ref. RS 79 Me Merck & Co..Rahway, NJ.Berkow,R. (ed.); THE MERCK MANUAL OF 1SYAGNOSI3" "AND THERAPY! - 11th ed. (RS 79 Me 1966) -2 c.; 14th ed. (RS 79 Me 1982) - 1 c.; 14th ed. (Ref. RS 79 Me 1982) - I c. Merck & Co..Rahway, NJ.(IN : ENG.) .. . ISN = 2787 0•3 0 o4o3 0 q7 2
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;1 LMt)h,4FY 54~t+ ~~'P.~=OLS--Pnt3"_'ICL=:S--L'G:Tr',F:IINAT ~b'% DISc.ASES! ._ ^'UP;~?'_Tilt: t~CAI~~CLR-s 4'~'SAT; 0i~~ 1972 C:"•a.R-•e1IR PrJL.L(I:'I7:J/ AIk--?OLIdJ'CI^a/ AS°FSTDS/D~f3TS•-,'tviLaY10N/ GOAh/ FILTERS AND FI LTRA:'I ON/ JF.T FLU>a/ t : .a , - ASSEJ SMEleIT OF AIRBORNE PAWMLE 5 -- FG:damc.i:tals,Aprilications, . ' a::d Iraplications to rC}J:!!•t,t'.t o l, i)it1~ :I n(t hi0plb iyaiCS k11alAtiolt ! oxlcity . i4iP:RCF.R--• , l l~c. ~:i : cr sity nf PAUL E. MORROIV y mYork Iti'ERhER STUBEIZ t 1 , . A !'roc+xdingx 1'uhlit:.ttion of the Third~;chc~teF L~!ernltiona! (:onfere:ace on Ei«•irc~nine~ual Toziri ® lt h A I e~t a/tR _a ~~A CHARLES C THOIfAS • PU1tLISH ria~etd • Illiuuis • US ' S if • F . . 50253 6046
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50253 8063 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK RS 79 Me Ref. RS 79 Me ~~'i&.Rahway, NJ.Herkow,R. (ed.); THE MERCK MANUAL OF DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPY. 11th ed. (RS 79 Me 1966) -P- c.; 14th ed. (RS 79 Me 1982) - I c;; 14th ed. '(ltef. RS 79 Me 1982) - I c. Merck & Co..Rahway, NJ.(IN : ENG.) lh ISN = 2787 0-3t10A030968
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.50253 8056 ...I...PiR ~ . . .. L=. CRWEEL W&I'sur l:. 1?. 02 TIIv IT:?'waM9I.Suw MPj(r',r.:: =3 IT, MT.c cr,1:cm sTATxsTzcs. AavorEis3na l.gel, KV 302, 1960 - roprUt I o
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50253 8065 f y.S.... ~~.. .....w.r...ww~. ~..._.r.~. --_..r...+~ a.rs. . ~ ~- AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CHEMICALS AND DRUGS :;. EiGHTH EDITION / 9-l", ed. Paul G. Stecher, Editor Martha \Vindhoiz, Associate Editor Do!orcs S. Le:ahy, Assistant Edilor Davic1 M. Bolton, M.D., Mcdical Uses i.calie G. Eaton, D.V.M., Veterinarv !l.ce.c Puhlished by MERCK & CO., IYc. RAHWA Y, h. J., U.S. A. O~3 0 0 n 0 30 970 1968
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50253 8057 M~ btereRant D.n.(i JeaepI4 192i- Handbook of cxll and organ culture, by Donald J. brer- chant, Raymond H. Kahn (and, William H. Murphy, Jr. Minneapolis, Burgess Pub. Co. (1960j 138 p, llluL 28 cm. ; Includes blbltogiaphy. 1. Tlssue cultnre. t Tltle : Cell and organ culture. QP88.M55 p4"%, 612.018 60-fi074 j Library of Congeees Cz ~- t10, . r,{ ~ . . _ .. -- : , . . . ._ . .:. .. ,
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50253 8047 I ~ ~. _ ~......~.,.....~..~ ._.^.-a.. i~.r...........a_...~ar_..«. in 'Maza:rd Z'valn, atzon . QD I AIR--POLI.UTIO:J--M1•:ASI?RI•*tENT/ Ii1ffALATIOI`T/PARTICLE SIZE MEASURP:MENT/ 549 LUr+GS--INHALED PARTICULAT£5/ 1973 ':,L.,i7 .Qr(~ r'lA'GRICAN IAL HYCIvNE ASSGClATIOiJ ~i' ere~q, sol (~ ~•, ~,. e~w.y„ c1, ~ ~, ~,,,,s ~'~r t'ei~ tv ~. '.~ ~;;, ~ and U S ATO AIIC ENERCY COM2IISSION ACADEAtIC PRESS New York and London 1973 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishcrs . . . . (Office of Information Services) ~ MONOGRAPH SERIES ON INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE WILLIAM E. MCCORMICK, Matraging Editor AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE ASSOCIATION Prepared under the direction of the American Industrial Hygiene Association for The Office of Information Services, United States Atomie Energy Commission ~ TH QMA9-7T :-MMMI Deportment of Radiation Biology and Biophysics The Unieersiry of Rochester Rochester, New York o'3Qonn3 Q9,S z 11
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' 50253 8060 [ ~ F. PUNCCLET, K. M(1sSANt)A H . FUUASSIN (1) an ' (Laboratoire de 13ioroxic•ologie. Gcole de Phal•macie, U.C'.L.- Ur'~ 73.69, Uniccrsife (le Lourailr, 7.1, Arenue F,. Alou/ricr, R-1200 O~. BI•uCe'le•A f~l~\ rn~.n.n~..:rw I' A....l....w 1 l1wNHn'wC Al:irnc IC_. Uiticersi,t.t/LQ~, ••r(ScGmaT• ~. !!t.`'uC Liege) • j/O 11•iutagcnic study of same polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons present In smoked fishes from AfricV 77 II Re-79 IS.Y. ~.. Smoked fishes are one of the main sources of dietary proteins for a large number of people living in central Africa. Therefore. those people continuously ingest polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons • (PAH) present in the smoke produced during the wood combustion of the smoking process. The frequency of the stomach cancer in . Island and in Baltic countries has been related to the high consump- tion of smoked fishes (13AILGY & DUNJAL, 1958). Moreover, it was reported (MASUDA & KuliATSUNt:, 1971) that fishcs smoked by the wood process were more contaminated by PAH than the products fashioned industrially. ' Fifteen PAH were identified in the prescot smoked fishes. The mutagenic activity of 6 of them was unknown and was investigated r .~~ by using the Ames test with Su1nlo,rella trphinmrirull (A.,,tts et ul., 1975) and the bacterial fluctuation test of GReEN e1 u1. (1977); Q~ 4 3~ere-are~• c oncne, triphenytene, fluoranthene, 3-4-benzolluoran- en~7, bE41zo~,h,i) pcrylene, 2,3-O-phenylene pyrcnc. i • . r .- .....,.:......~...~, wrre • TA98. TA 100.
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J 50253 8035 VIRe979 S.P. Med. Trib. 19(17)1978 (p. 1 b 23) Dr :..~ Sobranski D. H. Donovan and M. V~~~E. {t ~lEt ~~ I±..• u it-i i'~.t1 C 4~ ~Is ,! E:e .i Id . (Duke University, Dent. MW~'~use Lun ~ in P an5 1 u 'd Ala' PharmacoloRY ~ 'fedictne) Nejm +r riA.ne Re'l+M , many big cities. I)r. ~lrnrcl.•rid that his Iindin ANAHEtt<1, CAuF.-Yitamin E•ecros to When latxsratury mice were given the have a protective effect againkt the lung equivslent of t(Xt units of vftamin E. then prntnpted hisn tn incrca.c ltis u~~ of S~nlhclic ~it,unin E acetate damaFe that normally occurs in laboratory cxlx)•cd tt~aircontauunl: thc (xdlut;,nt, the unitcst da~: hut he e~~~phasircd th animals which have been cxres.rtl to nitro• anuount of lung rJcma that accurrcd wac ~ Fen diuxide, a major pollutant in the air uf %igniticanth less than that which occurred in micc that rdcrivcd no vitamin 1: or the -- --- "'"- ryuivalent of,the aver;tce: human dietary fur inhahitantS o not yet atl~•ucatinl; large scale of ~itan~in E ecprci•alh• tu cldrr(~ people lung daata~e. K1lh smu~^~• air. llis cautiun intake of 10 units. Similar rc•wlt% have ~cith previously been nb.crvcd in laMer:,tury "It't ~•cr?• im{~c~rtant for people rats. according tie Dr. Daniel B. ~lcnicl. af sufl~r frcxn ~h.tructi~•t lung the Depanmcnta c~f Nh:irmaculogy and Medicine at the Duke l!ni~•crxity Mkdica) ready ta understand that thcy'rc• not ~uint Center in Durh:~m. hanh Carolina. The lung damage oh.crvcd in tlx mice ex(xned tn the artificially Ixillutcd sur wa. "very much similar to w~hat nccurs in the early stages of human emph~••ctna." Dr. 5t Pnatiunal m~•cting of 1 •nt~ wl th1. Q`3 0 0 A~ tlti Ar111•ri~~i mk'd Scscict~• here. lie stressed that the ••itrmin Eseemed tuplay a ' . Pp! "t/YR ~ l;c h: n int:. !a : at h. t~lfbli~ f citi upplit knuit who a di.ci• ; to cc
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50253 8076 *RURAjNICKEL/TIN/ ~ III Me -82 ; S. P. 9 ! MARC: Monitoring & Assessment Research Centre ~ GEMS: Global Environmental Monitoring System Exposure commitment assessments of environmental pollutants Volume 1, Number 2 Summary exposure assessments for mercury, nickel, tin MARC REPORT NO. 25 by B. G. Bennett A Technical Report (1981) Prepared by: Monitoring and Assessment Research Centre Chelsea College. University of London With the support of: United'.Vations Environment Programme and The Rockefeller Foundation o_3 a on a3 0 9at
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50253 8079 TP 897 Bu 1974 2c. /WATER--ANALYSIS/ WATER--POLLUTION/ SILVER/ ARSENIC/ /CAD%mIUMf MERCURA/ LEAD/ SELENIUM/ ZINC/ Atomic Spectrometic Analysis of H~eavy-Metal Pollutants in I/later DAVID C. BURRELL, PhD Institute of Marine Science University of Alaska Fairbanks. Alaska 0 ann arbor science PUBLISHERS INC. POST OFFICE BOX 1025 0 ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN 46106 0' 3 o0n0 3 09A4
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50253 8071 LUNGS--CANCER--METALS/ENVIRONMENTAL HFALTH/OCCUPATIONAL. DISEASES/ - •~-- •NUTRIENT INTERACTIONS WITH TOXIC ELEMF:NTS/CdIVCER--CAUSATION BY METALS/ TRACE ELEMENTS--TOKICQT4qC.YLMERCilRiAL COMPOUNDS, M8TABOLiSM, ` TRACE ELEMENTS--TOXICOLOCY/MERCURIAL COPpOUNDS, METAROI.IS?t & TOXICITY \` LEAD/METALS--TOXICOLOGY/ARSENIC--TOXICOLnGY fr BIOCHEMISTRY/COPPER/ NICKEL--TOXICITY/V ADIUM/SELENIUM--TOXICITY/TELLURIUM/TOBACCO--ARSENIC/ RA dv.anees in ' Modem Toxicology . 4 I 1231 VOLUME 2 G0 1977 PDDLC' /T0XICOL0GY 1.C• OF TRACE ELEMENTS ~ EDlTCD BY HEMISPHERE ROBERT A. GOYER PUBLISIf ING CORPORATION UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO Washington London MYRON A. MEHLMAN NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF NEALTH 03a on o:309 7 6 / 1 A HALSTED PRESS BOOK r /// )OI-IN IVILEY & SONS
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50253 9066 ~ ziT. 110 1 u. 24 cin. ~ sions. (;th ed. Rah«3yl N. J., Aierclr, 105 2),,, ,~; -?g for thfl ch.eniitr, pharmacist, pl:ywician, and allied profe:•. 1 1 M ° 1'ho.3~~rtk~~o~ cwauic~.~uic~- and druga,; an encyc'opc•+a RSS56:M524 1952 y~ 615.103 62--81?8 ~. . Llbrary of Congreas ' PgsA
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. -- - - - - ----- SHORT C01!\/UNIC.tT(O\S ;7,A Colour Reactton c)f r\itrite. \s•1th 85 and 300,o at 0••fJt and 0•2ZI ccr.cFn!ration levcls, :.•.~ :~ .Y T-:ttetraptc>wbaio~.; K•hich are :lie -rc•spc•ctive o;itim31 cencentrations. ,~srr~t:~:ar Coprt•r sulphate, n: :nganew- cliluridt,, cobalt chlcridc, ' D. V. SIrcH !. P. P. NIt•HHt:elLt: Central Ite:car•_1t J.aboratnr\• Antibiotics PJ.:nt. \'irbitadra. Ria;il-csh JIfRKtrsto ifl rreeittd IS l)tcrur6er 1971 : Pftrj.lyd /;•r, p:iWitatiou 3 Sepisunber 1972 Nitrite forms a red colour complex v-ith 2-mer- captoethanol in acidic condition. Tlte colour complex is light sensiti\•e. and ether extractable and shows absorption maxima at 550 mp. Beer`s law is obeyed in the range 100-1000 ttg in 3-0 ml of the reaction mixture. Of the compounds tested for their eflecti\•e- tpess in enhancing the colour int;nsit,v, magnesium chloride and t-tyrosine v\•ere found to increase the colour inteusity by 65 and 30°; respectively at their optimal concentrations. ftrric chlorldt•, 1X,tasilum i^tli;b:, uuca. L-tr'•pto;~l~an and L-histidine c\ ere all inliil•ita: t• to colnur pro, tluction, while prolinc had no c•ffrct. The pigment could be casilr c•xtracted with etlter in the cold. It was decomposed by light. Further u•or.l• i: in- progress to elucidate the nzture of the l•:gment. The authors art: grateful to Dr B. S. Bajaj, Chief Cor.trollc:, Rt•scareh & D~~el~:,;~incnt, for t•acoit- ragemcnt and :o Dr R. S. liris'uiiln, Sr Sctellti:t, for going through the manuscril>t and making v~zlu- ablc sug;\:.tic•i~s. The technical ziisis:ancc of Shri S. Ii. \Ia!:andiratta is ackilotrlq~dged. References 1. IaARKLR, C. A.. .'tita/Yst, 74 (1949). 112. 2. SUM.\N-0, .1. Q II:Rosrit, A., Xep. scrtne. Res. Inst.. Tokyo, 30 (1934). 329. '" 3. .^.i-.un:R. H. -lr nl1l Chsnr 151 (1936) 258 . , . . ., . THE detcrmination of r_itrite by cLfferent methods. 4. BL.VDSCH%EIDEk. x. QC ROBt~sG\, R. J.. J. ura.. Res.. ..- i¢ VArv \t•.'II 'l~Artimnnl...11-10 4 of (} 3' n 6 n Q3 0 9 4 $ 50253 8043
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50253 8041 • TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCIIOLOGY/SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHINC/ 79 'X B1 ' -Behavior Therapy 9, 553-61 (1978) (in English) , . _ .._._~..~____.~.__._....,r...._..~..._._....,.. • _ . __ _ This study invcstit;cdcJ the thcrapcutic fc:+eihility of coZnitive sclLcontrut ma- nipulatian ut sm+ikinF hchavior. II was prcdicatcd that a thcrapcutic approach, which emphasizes a cugnitivc stagc that c.1aiili.hcs and reinfurccs a self-control + belief zyxtem and atw includes a tr.~ining stage in spccifc self-control procedures '(aimu)us contro)), will bc more cffcctivc in maintaining a rcduction in srnuking than a treatment approach solely cuncerned «ith training in stimulus control. The ~ study consi.lcJ uf thrrc bruups with 18 smukcrs in each (kibbutz members). The i groups were initially matched on rclevant variables. In one Froup, expectation for i inner cantrol ability was created prior tr: the execution of the actual perfonnance ~' of sclf cuntrn) hchnviur. The second g: oup wiJcrwcnt the tr:,ining in the actual pcrfurmancc of >cIf-contrul behavior. f hr third group served :,t a control Froup. i The resott show.•x that the Cognitive Setf•Cuntrol group ~ as siFnific:,h0y more 1 cRcctive in maintaining a rcJuctiun in sInuking in almost :,11 of the follow-up ~pcrioda and, after 14 muntht, a•us unyue%tionably superior to the Stimu)us• " ( ('antrt~! orvLp. ~ • RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 X B1 Blittner,M. ; Goldbert, " J. ; A` `""` ;::'~,~.~ : .(Bar-Ilan Univ.; Univ. Haifa, Israel) COGNITIVE .SELF-CONTROL FACTORS IN T)iE REDUCTION OF SMOKING BEHAVIOR. V t
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50253 80k9 .. through a vent were also deterrrtined. 0 i Operating Characteristics of Soine Coiupressed- ./v. . .; Introducl iotr - ' XT 7IlEN A CO\iPRESSEU-A1R \E13U- '0-3oo0 0 30 954 . . Department of Radiation Biology and Biophysici, Uniaertity of Rochetter, Rochrrrer, New York, ~ . Air Nchulizers ~,'>l';11£RCER, ph.DJ Af. i. TILLERY,f and H. Y. CHOW• and The Louc/ace Foundation /or .4ledical F.ducalion and Ruearch, Albuquerque, Neu, Mexico ~ The outputs atid tttass median droplet diameters of usdul aerosols and the etLeet of solvent ev.+poration on the concentration of nebulieer solutions have been meuured for four nebulizers of desiFns which have been employed for inhalation studies. Outputs ranging from 2.3 to 30.4 tnicroliters off col:,tioo per liter of jet air were observed, ..ith corre+ponding mass tnedi:,n droplet divneten of 1.4 to 5.4 ' microns. For jet premure drops of 2.5 to 30 psi, from 7 to 10 microliters of solvent (water), in excess of that associated ..itb the aerosol, was carried away prr litcr of jet air. Ilte effects of baffling and vt augutenting the jet air with additional (low tYStrietions on nebu:izcr c'.c•sit,•n. Although a wide raticty of ncbu)i•icrs havc bccn dc• , ;
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50253 8072 LUNGS--CANCER--METALS/ENVIRONMENTAL HF.AL3Ti/OCCUPATInNAL- DISEASES/ •- NUTRIENT INTERACTIONS WITH TOXIC"ELEMFNTSlC~LNCER--CAUSATION BY METALS/. . 1231 Go 1977 :.,,, -TRACE _ ELEMENTS--TOXICOLOCY/ME1URIAL COMPOUNDS, • !QiTABOLISM 1~ tRACE. ---- e.., . ELFMEPITS--TOXICOLO~Y RCURIAL C0.`PO UDIDS, ~tETA80LISM 5~ TOXICITY% •-LE,'~D/METALS--TOXICOLOGY/AR~MEENIC--TOXICOI1fGY i RIOCHEMISTRY/COPPF,R/ NICKEL--TOXICITY/V~ ADIUM/SELENIUM--TOXTEITY/TELLURIUM/TOBACCO--ARSENIC/ RA dvanees in'Modern Toxicology ~/A 2 C. PDDL I C. 0 4 VOLt]t1E 2 /TOXICOLOGY OF TRACE MEMENTS HEMISPHERE EDITED BY ROBERT A. GOYER PUBLISHING CORPORATION UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO Washington London MYRON A. MEHLMAN NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTIt . ' l J A HALSTED PRESS BOOK ( / JOHN WILEY & SONS ~~ 3 d 0 n0 3 0 9 7 7 New York London Sydney To .
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50253 8055 - ...- . , ~ eRar.4Tiaa TwiaiYlnt Resjam n G NlAr'94Jo roN ya~ - Yine ti~'.king, 2nd Edition } ta;;,d_ ?0_et aho I istn I Food Engineering, ,n9 6tiOn of Food Preservetion, +ology in Food. Agriy ts io lo9y rnwl Environment itritron ood Processing f Fo^_d Engineering ind Milk Products. 'f Food Processing 0 Fvoo•• fire.ae.4f1cs/`o~o- ~Nfhv ~RIDkGTS .~C rj ru IL ("(4~ L~!- IsZi 0 A r;11 ?"p 370 P ~ ~0PC 1) 19 71 a c. D ~V ~l:~r rd I C~Eli rsr by NORMAN W. DESROSIER, Ph.D. InOustry, 3rd Edition Director of Research, i -~v~.caa.ny, rrcx7uG7 . s 1VA DrC/-A U......_r.i l+~...~ a,l1YlillVV aaGJG4/{.!i VGl~KJ, I Operations. Vols. 1, pricl Des:gn 0' 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 9ew wn, Wew Jersey 4 puallty Contro/, 3rd rr hr.>•cad ~ .. . ,- antr. JOHN N. DC.VR';.Clr'R
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50253 8073 f-=- 76 XI Re-78 S.P. SMOKING HABITS--WOMEN/ ~- 1 r IN CHILE. r r.'s~.....-...a.~s-.-.- . RJR CLASS-NQ. PAIIPHLET 76 XI Re-78 s.p. 4i0eevvir, Santiago, Chile ia:•ISPAPER STREET INQUIRY ON St•10:It1G HABITS, ESPECIALLY OF WOMEN, *(Fumar en la calle.)* * :'crcurio 1977, n.p. (Dec. 18, 1977) - in Spanish *.;ote date* .0•30 0.n 030978
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Wll":' AMIK, R1 J 50253 8039 72 III Re-74 Jour.Chemical Physics 18(1) (January, 1950) p. 1-12 S•p• Diffusional Boundary Value Problems Invotving Moving Boundaries, Connected with the Growth of Colloidal Particles t i - - . . . . . F: • BON UtD RLISS* ATin OSt`rOS E. Tdl Mfi2 '~L - ?ti~/~. ' ' `~ - -' eoasity, h Cois,.bia lls eas Yorl 27, N~+ Ya.! . _ ..~--.--•----- ::: .:::.s. (lgeceived Isay 12, 2%9) A method b suggested for treating problems otdiQmioa wbich depiet the rate of growth of sulfur bydrosols, therefore lendin6 inrdve moving boundaries. This method is app4nWe when tb< support to the idea that the particles grow by means of a simple fui of material through any surface in the difmsoo 6e1d is con- di$usioes mechanism rather than by a surface catalyzed deposi- ' siderably greater than the rate of -ehanae of conceatrstion on that tion. The critical supersaturation concentration for sulfur in surface. The method is applied to two problems dealing with the aqueous solution is - ' • growth of monodispersed aerosols and bpdrosols. - • te- 4.TX 10"4 E/atom/Liter, Tne solution of the first of these problems india0es that, In agW the diffustcn eoe8'ideat of Sr is mpbtbalene=.dce aerosol system growing by tueans oi the diHusioe of.apor towar3sinks (nudei) which cannot support supersatura- D=ZXiO's em'/sea tioa, spontaneous nucleation will i.ot oeav if the number density IMew values are In reasonable agreement with those estimated by of nndei exceeds 100/cc. . • independent means, although the diffusion coefficient seems to Tbe so:at;on of the second problem permits tLe seproduction have about one-balf the expected value. This indicates that a from t.tieory of several curves due to Zaiser and Ia aier which . anit 1arger than S, may be diffusing, e.g., a polythionate. . - L INTRODUCTION ` pbenomena, and if we slxcialixe our considcrations to a,•,FWr.4,.thra 4 94. ~ • :`
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~ CIU:MISTRY, ANALYTICJI%'ATI:R--ASTM STANDARDS/CIIEMISTRY, INORGANIC--ANALYSIS/ LEAD/ WATER--ANALYSIS/ASBESTOS/SULF1JR COMPOtRIDS/JlZQI~/METALS--ANALYSIS/?INC/CADrtIUrt/ SIJLFATES--ANALYSIS/TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/FLUORIDF./I:LECTRON MICROSCOPY/OIL SPILLS/ NITRO(;EN-- fJETERAIINATION/PESTICIDES--DT:TERMINATION/PESTICIDES--F.ESIDUF.S/T(1XICOLOGY/ ORtiANOPHOSPHORUS CO"iPOUNDS/ORGANOCHLORINE COMF'OUNDS/POLYCHLORINATED BIPIIENYLS/ CtIROMATOGRAPIIIC ANALYSIS/HYDROCARBONS, POLYCYCLIC--DETERAfINATION/ TD 897 Am 1975 .?G. of the Chemical Institute of Canada Burlington, Ontario, Canada, 19-21 November 1973 WATER QU-ALITY PARAM ETERS A symposium cosponsored ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 573 by the Canada Centre for Silvio Barabas, general chairman Inland Waters and the List price $29.50 Analytical Chemistry Division 04-573000-16 APAERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 , ~~"u' ~~ ) ,0•3t10n 030987 0 .
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C:~eO.~tt `~ 4el.e ~ , ~._ . . ~ ' 50253 8075 A Cazula.~ ~ •~~' -~ / . ~~ Ari:iorican National Standard Allowable C©x7 ::eatrafixon- of R ~cr6ury-- -s i,w.. ApProved January G, 1943 American National Standards Institute, Tnc AnsI Z37.8-1943 Reaifirroed 1971 030 Q.0o34qAQ
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50253 8088 i ~ i ; MANGANESE--TOXICOLOGY/COAL/SMOKING b HEALTH/BIRTHUEIGHT/ i CANCER--GASTRIC/COAL/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ZINC--METABOLISM/ , RADIATION, IONIZING(in drinking water)/DRINKING WATER QUALITY/ 1 MAGNESIUM/CADMIUM/COPPER/GALLIUM/MAGNESIUM/• ~ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC/MERCURY%ARSENICAL HERBICIDE/PERSONAL MONITORS/ NITROGEN OXIDES/ METALS--ANALYSIS/TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/ RA TRACE SUBSTANCES IN 445 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-XV ! 1981' " Proceedings of Univer;ity of Missouri's 15th Annual Conference on Trace Substances in Environmental Health Sponsored by University of Missouri Environmental Trace Substances Research Center and Extension Division Edited by Delbert 0. Hemphili Held at j. Memorial Union University of Missouri-Columbia ' Columbia, Missouri 1 June 1, 2, 3, and 4. 1981 I I O-~0 -On ad0q93
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50253 807• Advances i.a iaorgaaic chemietrq and rad:.ochemistry.- v• 1-~ ~ 1954- ~ f:~ re~G~He-+ York Acedemic Prnss. v.11 illus. 24 m. m .~. ~i v 3, 0 9 7. 9 I
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50253 8077 - - ,- - . 4 TRACE F1.PtE'VTS- -A"ALYSiS/ m'4Tr AT%502D'rTnv qpErTRmA~rTRY/ALrMTNTr4/ CNRMTSTRY, ANAT.YTTC--ATOrtTC AT4SnRPTION SPF.CTRWIF.TRY/ ANT1-AINY/:1SSF.`rtC/RARtM/rERYT.LiTT't/ TIAPT1At/"FRYL1.iT?f/ ^ TS`f1iT1T/RnR(lr!/f7ATI`f Tjt`' CTtR(1`-ttLrt/f!nRAT.T/CnPPI:R/CnT.!)/ tRn"J/T,P.AI)/LTT1TTt^t/`iANTrA`1FSF/"RRrI,m%I MnLYgOF.'~t!'-i/NICKET./PAT.T.AnTiT*!/PT.ATt':UN/St•.LE"'ITT`t/!ZTLTr(1,1/STT.VFR/TI\/ TELLURIU`t/'r1iALLI1r.t/TtTANTU'!/VA`JAnIL'`t/7.T`Jr/ ZIRCnNaTI'+/ IKETAL S--ANALY S I S/ ME TAL S--TOX I C OL O GY / / . ' 'LT?C--ATAMTC Aaennfl•nTA • an -eFna.r-../*bw RA , 1231 Be ~ 1980 I ~ LONDON • PFIILADELPHIA • RHEINE ~ HEYDEN INTERNATIONAL TOPICS IN• Editor: L. C. Thomas TOXIC METALS AND THEIR ANALYSIS ELEANOR BERMAN Cook County Hospital Chicago, Illinois . ~~ ~ . 0`3~t~0-A309~Z i
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50253 8087 ' r 1 ECOLOGY/ATMOSPHERE/OCEAN/CARBON CYCLE/SULFUR'CYCLE/NITROGEN CYCLE/ • PHOSPHOROUS CYCLE/TRACE ELEt1ENTSANZMCMWLEAll/MANGANESE/DDT/PETROLEhM/ ENERGY/POLLUTION/ RA 445 Ga 975 w g obal ~~~~gronment 41;1 1-) assessing human influences WILLIAM KAUFMANN, INC. One First Street, Los Altos, California 94022 _. . _ . . ~., ....~~ ,~. . ,_... .~. ~..;~.- . ._ 0.3 o O n 0 3 Robert I~R Garrefs Fred T. t~9ackenzie Cynthia Nunt W }
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50253 8081 " RA 576 Co 1974 er: /AIR--POLLUTIO4--ANALYSIS/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC/ ; SURVEY OF MANUAL METHODS OF . MEASUREMENTS OF #SBESTOS, DERYLLIUM, IAD, CADMlUM, S€LENIUM, AND MERCURY` IN STATIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS DALE M. CDULSON, DANIEL L HAYNES. MARJORIE K. BALAZS. and MICHAEL P. DOLDER Stanford Research Institute ~ Final Report Covering the Perlod June 29, 1971 through September 30, 1973 Prepued Ior: THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 27711 Attention: RODNEY MIDGETT ' METHODS STANDARDIZATION BRANCH AD-787 .742 RePOeuete ey NATIONAL TECHyiCAL INFORMATION SERVICE U S OtpaRmenf of Com'erq SprMeri.10 VA =2at 0 •3oo0 0 3o9ab
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II He -72 S.P. S . ~~rOMIUrn. !SIN% aa, r~ercury:=. : :. Ccmaim, q l. Apfen2ry account for water pollu~ti on ._ ;_.= . ..Part 1-Occurrence, toxicity and detection - ~. . ~ _ By Paul N. Chercmisinoff and Yousuf H. Habib*• ~- Considerable interest is currently being shown in heavy metals concentration in the -nation's surface waters, and particularly as they occur in water sources and waste ef- fluents. (See Water & Sewage Works, pp 174-175, June 1971). In a U.S. Geological Survey Report mandatory maximum concentrations for public water supplies were determined for seven metals (mercury, arsenic, cadmium, lead, chromium, cobalt, zinc). According to the report, small amounts of these metals are widely distributed in streams and lakes - throughout the United States. For four of these metals (cadmium, chromium, lead and mercury), four of the seven metals in the report are particuharly significant because of widespread industrial use, possible frequent occurrence in waste stream effluents and their toxicity. A plenary ac- count of these four metals, cadmium, chromium, lead and mercury, in respect to water pol- ...~ o•3 tlon o3o98S `
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50253 8092 RJR CLASS NO. PA2YII'HLET 75 VI In Institut Fresenius Gmbli, Chemische Biologische Laboratorien Gmblt, AMOUNTS OF LEAD, CAI)MIUM, ARSENIC, AND EMGQR TiiIN ~RRIKA~T T0$A C 0 BLENDS. ab le . ~s7/ S ~1 ~ '~+b.:r:ea ir3.s~ess #wlp Inst. Fresenius GmbH, Chem. Biol. Lab. GmbH, Ger., 1 p. - Confidential' V adressed to German Cigarette Industry Trade Association (1975) (in German) *Keywords:* lead, cured, constituent; cadmium, cured, constituent; arsenic, cured,*constituent; mercury, cured, constituent; i . 0.3 n 0 n 03 0 9 9 7
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~..{l..'r. _ .....4 ~.:..G~.'..:. .. ~ ~.w .. ._.{~«.~w. a..r.Y-'...:.. a ., . .. .. 50253 8085 II N'eAl-73 S,P. C4N3'ROL TT' HhtIQ UES FOR^M,9,FtC1JR-.V ~:,iilk J[SSION..'j , . . . ~+ROIrl EXTRACTION AND CH~.O~.-AL~,.~.I PLANTS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Office of Air and Water Programs Office of Air Qualitv Pianning and Standards Research Triairgle Park. North Carolina 27711 February 1973 V s © _.... . - • , . . ~ .` . 03 0 9 9 p : ~ ... ~
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. _ _: . .:- ~ a. . . . . yaluminum,Yantimony, •arsenic, ebarium beryllium, •bisrr.uth,.cadmium, ,chromium,.cobalt rcopper,ygermanium,•indium,--lead,,mercur.0-molybdenum,+silver,.-tellurium,,.thalliuM, ,vtin;..titanium,.tungsten,:uranium, and„zinc. f WNVIRONMENTAL HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH SERIES/ rMETpLS--TOXICOLOGY/ T 55 Fr Ls» EPA-600/1-17-022 ______l. TOXICOLOGY OF METALS - Volume II 7. AUTHOR(S) Lars Friberg, Chairman 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADORESS Subcommittee on the'Toxico}~ogy of MetalsPermanent Corrmission and~.l'nternational Association o Occupational Health ~ 12. SPONSORING AGENCY Health Effects Research laboratory HERL,RTP. Of?ice of Research and Development- . U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Resea Prepared in cooperation.w.i_th.the.;Swedish.av-ironmeuata3:-Protection-8oard,-and the 1B.SUPPL&EfJ7AR()NO]jS 0 () ;5 v 9 9 ' i I aro1'i.ns?cA_Ins=utQ,
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50253 6084 LEAD/ VERC11RO CADMI M/ NUTRITION/PLANTS--LEAD/PLANTS=-MERCURY/ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PLANTS--CADMIUM/ROOTS--LEAD/ROOTS--MF.RCURY/ROOTS--CADMIUM/ S SOILS--SCIENCE/AGRIC LTURAL SCIENCE/TRACE ELEMENTS--SOILS/POLLUTION/ 589 Di 1972 i Manag/ng Editor PJ I eC F-- a®rul U 7 R-11 E VITS _ 1Pi . ~ AG R fC ULT U "13 E RICHARD C. DINAUER 1 Prooeedir,9s of a symposium held at Muscle Shoals, Alabama, April 20-22. 1971, and cosponsored by the Ten- nessee Valley Authority and the Soil C,;enr.n_ See_iety of Ame_rica. Soil Science SQciety of America, tnc. Madison, Wisconsin USA 1972 Assistant Editors VONDA S. CLARK PATRICIA EITH 0 3• 0 0 n 0310 9 8 9 Editorial CommiUee J. J. MORTVEDT, chairman P. M. GIORDANO W. L LINDSAY
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50253 8093 ANTIDIONY/ARSENIC,C$1?RYL~ IUPi/CAD1dILT,4/C?IR(1MIU`t/CORALT/LF,AD/?iA.NC;ANF.SE/ PIERCUAY~TOLYBnENtTH/NICKEL/VANAD tM/SELENIiJM/TRACE ELEMENTS/ METALS--pNALYSIS/ . ~ alysis of:~ etroleum for Trace QD An 132 110 ~ 1976 ;: ~ Metals ADVANCESTIN• C EMISTRYJ SEiR1ES /~~ ~- / AIYIERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY WA3HINOTON. D. C. 19~~ A~ ~Jfst! ~`l ~~~~ 0•3 00 Robert A. Hofstader, Editor Oscar I. Milner, Editor Jolaii H. Runnels, Editor AvsYmposium cosponsored by the Divisions of Analytical Chemistry and Petroleum " Chemistry at the 169th hfeeting ~~ 0~ ~ 9 9$of the American Chemical a . - . ., .rr.ta.ar, raAiiauc.araiai a a.,
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' 50253 8038 IX Re2-18 Clinical Research 26(No. 2) 136A (1978) S.P. THE EFFECT OF STATIC PUL.*tONARY CAPILLARY BLOOD ON DIFFUSION OF CARBON MONOXIDE. • • Ur n!•Lw+t /s ••t.•f Ir ia l••t rnirr•e..ry •:1 /11 u I••• , Ih.• w; 1 rtr of r..r-Lnn r+n..Pl.(•.u) .rnl rlly 1"Ir~ri •.hvld dr.1. t••r •.•t tir• 1••r,rvb.rn; (•1•In In•rrn•.•: :.! I rL rtv .••urr f. r!1!}.• Im :••1•rs. Trm t...nln•r Ihts rl•Lal. t.n• •..! ;n. n7 f•• ri••rit•.! rrln.nrry arHrv a•.1•r •7•t,•••1. ryl.rl.• rrp/d f. at~nn . r•~1.•r {.'.r•rt••.. r•..r, .1 .rd Ib• .il lul / n lL•r r aT• u1- I.•n rl llt ) tlth i r.•s •p!tln•••t.r. .Ir:~•r••1 ttr urlr,• r':t1ra: Ir•.1•Irrti•n .u•.} 6tr.tth 1:•ldlr•: ai•1 ttlt•.I+v! :'1/~7 ti r.ur f.:tntly .I. ,rrILtd trt!•r.i.~r• rf•6 w•tf.•rrnt rl thr V1: fr••r• Iho I-r••rth rq••..thtrl•:. •Vt• bityr •hvh••.a a prr t.rnt nf trntt..l at .11 In v••i•r• +t ?'~': •r.L.rlr4 r'Iral •lr.tc.••td anly ..nl1r:htly (I?.1•FJ) L••1 •.l 7i? t•I ub..r••) .•. t!•a• decr•:as•• taut rrr•rtrt (S~.t'11•777 p!0•t:'1)- ~•f••rr 1!'i'J••r Ih.rv .•.•+ an /n•.ir••//lr.uet Ail/.•rrn. a• In :rlrt, L•.ri'r•n /It•:t ru! I/fl/, Pt.-•tt!•v. Pwrlrqt 11'tJA• tl.r d/llrrr:.•r 1••t•n•n I:nt •wd flllh Atr.rn•~• vr• •.linlfi.~t/•at .ttl w•hr.~•••. t!w• dlfla•r.n:e UL:'Y.bY d/fl- trer+r) v.ts Rrewttr 11.n .t n/ t•.4.Itd ';r, 11rrs, a:rtly .I•. t-f d'nirC rt!•.tall••n tllh a ra; t.! fra•onst CO r.-t.•r sl•••:rr tlatt th•- rfl •t t•f prJ •a.rry vt•r rrrloslrn 1, a• •••.tn.rtr•1 at Ine 11•v •l(ft.r•uto. Im:!t.r ..r al v.rrir.n 1•r.r v.•l~ . Anr/nr •fY t't raj- l:rlur•I 1•: a:yu•'.inr:•rlyIu: of Ln.r, nnlts. 7blv Inl••rrrti••u Is n••t ••bt•rinrA h•r .t.rnl.n•! biCn r••.:•ut•- r..nl>. /•M1 •.In±l•• htr a!r Iqt.Y. rurlL•rtn•rr, .Ln1••; TISI•1 rit.n tlr- t.ra•rsrd sr~urntlaly rlt'• m•1l1;•It• hrrtlb•., rn;r.l(yin.; t:tn :d-otnrllty. Cc surt;•••.l t••.rt thls nrr I••t.r ty (rvlp dtU•l st.rtlr }a1-••r.tly EI••.wt• ' nr I I/1•:t f•r STAt rr, rI'/•t.::•:•:t' t ArlnRtr r}r'th n•: h111rSt••: al' rArr r•t { al'1 I: 11r/rha• 1,•'!•!;, l•. ti••ni.•1lf,/. . ' ! 0•3n A t1.0 30943
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50253 8101 FOOD--CONTAMINANTS f TQBACCO--GF iiivt.'1::'i j 72 Vi Re-76 RJR CLASS N0, Yt1Mi';tLET 72 VI Rc-76.s.p. S.P. Oclschlaeger, W. 4(Verband Zigarettenindustrie, Hamburg, Cer.) It,ilOUNTS OF• ARSENIC, +LEAD, CADMIUM ANDA3H'KCtTRtJOCCUR tlATL'RALLY AND THRQUGMd CO23TAMINATIOy iN FOOD PRODUCTS, TOBACCO, ETC. *(Uber (lie Kontamination von Futtermitteln und Nahrungsmitteln mit Cadmium.)* Cerman) 0 Verband 7.igarettenind., Ir.t. Rept. 6 p. (llamburg, Ger. (1976) (in *Keywordst* arsenic, cured, constituent; lead, cured, constituent; . . cadmium, cured, constituent; • . mercury, eured, constituent. A- 4~0 4' ~03 1 0nb
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, .......... .. . .... r tHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--METALS/TF.RATOC~TT~CIINARY TOXICOLOGY/ COPPER/MOLYBDENUM/l~i1~t~ CADMIUM/ R _./METALS--TnXICOLOGY/LEAD--TOXICITY/SELENIUM--TOXICITY/ HAL~RDOUS AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES, A SERIES OF REFERENCE BOOKS & TEXXBOOKS / t Series editor: Seymour S. Biock* RA TOAlICITy OF 123L• Oe, HEAVY mETL"'ILS i THE ENVIRONMENT 197~1 IN IN TWO PARTS Part l EDRED BY Frederick W. Oehme Comparatiue Tozico/ogy Loboratory Kansas State Uniuersity Manhattan, Kansas MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York and Base( I a•~oono3 1 1 oS
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50253 0104 III Me9-82 P S . . MARC: Monitoring & Ass ssment Yesearch Centre GEMS: Global Environ ntal Mgr(itoring System Health effects of inethylri'fetciur-4 MARC REPORT NO. 24 by Jerzy K. Piotrowski§ and Michael J. Inskipt A Technical Report (1981) Prepared by: Monitoring and Assessment Research Centre, Chelsea College, University of London With the support of: A ~! O Qn pUnft~d I~ Th atioQEn&ori~ent Programme and V' ~7 ~ 'o'f2oc~Cefeller Foundation
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50253 8099 ~~ . REF _. 2514 Me AiETHODLl\T DER - 1974 ORGANISCHEN CHEMIE (HOUI3EN-WEIrL.) YIEP.TE,YbLLIG NEU GESTALTETE AUFLAGE i:LUSO=osax .oR O. BAYER ss~sacossa I[.MEERWEIN t • ICZIEGLER t sssasiTa 1px $'.P.ZELLER Ii.LEDITSCIfKE TBstaasa soscgss 19 W~ ~~ T 4 : GEORG TItjF.AtE YERLAG STUTTGART BAND YIII/2b METALLORGANISCHE VERBINDUNGEN Hg
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, 50253 8098 -72-VI S.P. • RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 VI In-74 s.p. +`. Maruyama, Y. ; KoQiya, K.. Jap.) 78* *d* ` *1974, No. 21, W 80 (analysis Tobacco chemistry_ (Musashi Inst. Technol., Atom. Res. Lab., Ozenji; Tamaku Kawasaki-shi, DETERMINATION OF QQPPER, AP.VNIC AND RCURY+tiIN TOBACCO LEAVES. Radioisotopes 22 ''+jo. 10) 4372-4 (1973~ (in Japanese with English summesry) *Keywords:* aercury, cured, constituent; arsenic, cured, constituent; copper, cured, constituent. 3 \. 0 • f ' \J .. 3 ): • . • ~ . . . . • . ' . . • . • ~ • . . .
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50253 8096 ,, CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--TRACE ELEMEISTS--DETERPMI:IATIOY/ TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/MERCtIRF'/SELENIUM/IODIaE/ a.TR TRANSLATION • DECOiPOSITION OF BIOLOCICAL MATERIALS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF EXTREMELY LOW COPITE."1TS OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN LIMITED A!•fOUb'TS WITH QIITRIC ACID UNDER PRESSURE IN A TEFLON TOBE. ..: .. ... • • . . . . . . . .. • - . - .. .. ~~.~a . . ~ ~•. ~ • . .. . teitachr. Anal. Chem. 260 (No. 3) 207-209 (1972) By: Kotz, L.; Kaiaer, G.; Tschopel, P.; Tolg, G. SUN.1rtARY • For the determination of trace elements - (< 10-a%) In biological materials (e.g. tissue, food, sewage muds) in samples < 300 mg a pressure decocspasi- tion with nitric acid or a mixture of nitric and h}•droduoric acid in a teflon tube is described. The recos cries for the volatile elements, e.g. Hg. Se and I, in the ng•range were investigated by the tracer method and were • ~ !'ouod to be > 98%. 0
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50253 8097 : .....,,..,....:_ liazuyama, Yoshiaki DETER.'iIhATIOa OP COPPER, AiLSE:'IC Atip MEi2(:URY IN CIt3ARLTTES 6Y :BUT= ACTIVATIQ'.t AYAI:tSIS, by Yashiaki ?iasuyama, lCextshide 40dya ana Teruo ?tanri Radioieotopea 19_ (ao. 5) 250-252 ,~ . ~ . . G(dg 1970) ~
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50253 8083 72 VI Re-74 S.P. RJR CLASS KO-. PAMPHLET 72 VI Re-74 s. p. ~ Diehl, J. F. '*(no affil.)* ~~ REPORT ON A S. OSI(1M IN KARLSRU~iE, GcR.`ilL`.4Y, ON TRACE ELEI~NTS IN ~~ , ETC. IN FOOD PRODUCTS (I:~CLUDING ~ApNIUM,L_EAD, A tC, ~CKEL, GIROaIUK •~ TOBACCO) . ' t *(Toxische Spurenelemente in Lebensmitteln. Berichte uber ein Symposi=)i ~ Verbraucherdienst 19 (No. 1) 1-4 (Jan. 1974) (in German) i *1Geyword3:* mercury, cured, constituent; lead, cured, constituent; cadmium, cured, constituent; ;~ arsenic, cured, constituent; nickel, cured, constituent; `.~ chromium, cured, constituent. -i ~ -.~ *1974, No. 9, W 3263* *d*
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`` S.PelO 74 50253 8059 ~ . ` -Tvlo Pattorns for Bronchiat Darnage from Inhaled Ch 6 S 4 3', 4 . . ( ) 61-62 (1974) Ratenalv est l eyr H.1Cr'c7,urn,llf.D.; A. R"Hudson, .Il.D.; C. St. 8alprin, Al.D.; , )V.1ti b1clCe--ic, al.D.; anii"Wemddsia- ! I ' t r)"tj h: distal airways of less ihan I mm in diameter have ing that quercetin also produced leukc+~y c rei r""u: mnt.s i~ Jl recently bccome the focus of increased attention in Perhans the most intcrc,ting ficiding a•at that sulfur d;oC- 0 cru'tment throughout the air.vav.= Appreciating thd aerosols failed to recruit leukocytes, but when adsorbed lacicofe ;xrimenthl niodcls foi small ait.-av dise=te,•this--- on silica particles recruited leukocytes avidly. Si!ic:i tmdcntanding human d'uease, particularly m}~iratory ide, adsorbed on carbon or given simultancously .eith car- fae~ur~. Our own interest was directed to small airways bon, recruited leui:ocytes when the sulfur dioxide (SO:) during studics of the prevalence of byssinosis in which level was 40 ppm? Five times the dosage, or 200 pp:n; cotton dust exposure and cigarette smoke were found to was required for leukocyte recruitment when filtered air Itave a strong positive interaction in producing func- was the carrier without carbon particles. Subsequent- tional loss measured by forced ccpiratory @ow in one ly, certain iefincd products extracted from cotton con• second (FEV,) and symptoms of brouchitis_1 During taining polyphenolic polymers were found to be recruic- expcriments to determine which agents in cotton dust ers of leukocytes in this system. \ionohydroxybenzene caused chronic bronchitis -we subjccted, hamsters and (phcnol) and a series of polyhydroxyl phenols from 1? gv,nea pigs to dust exposure and noted' lculoocyKe re- di-hydroxybenzene to chtorogenic acid when given as I :,R,-~+~~~•*~.an,iwaecus.tn:uirsu~ ihG plShDrenesi~Q(~unt:,~,~11f1P~iled to recr~it leu.loc~tc~s ars~~id other pttr~e ._ . . . ' . l . i o•3 n o n, n 3. 0_ 96 -- 4 - ~
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I RA 1231 50253 8105 ARSENIC--DF.TERMINATION/BERYLLIUM/CADMIUM/CHROMIUM/CYANIDE/LEAD/ '1WtClIRtjPOLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS/ Ro 1. REPORT NO. - T 1975 EPA 560/7-75-001-1 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Compilation of State Data for Eight -Selected Tokic Substances 7.AUTHOR(S) E. Roberts, R, Spewak, S. Stryker, S. Tracey 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS j The MITRE Corporation Westgate Research Park McLean, Virginia 22101 3. RECIPIENTS ACCESSION'NO. 6. REPORT DATE .S eptember, 1975 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE j 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO_ . 75-52 Volume I 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 2LA328 11. N AC AN"~ 68-01-2933 0 ! • 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. T iE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED Office of Toxic Substances Frinal U:S. Environmental Protection Agency 14.SPONSORING AGENCY COOE Washington, D.C. 20460 In June 1974, the Office of Toxic Substances, EPA, contracted with MITRE to colle a1~' anal,yze toxic substances datain the U.S. In the next 14 months*; • MITRE~o'nt~c~d ~gellid iJ 2d keg siatQ and collected and analyzed their monitoring data.- This report describes that effort and discusses the amount, type and useful- toxic substances monitoring capabilities of the state ~`~
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50253 8091 ENVIRONMENTALEMONITORING%POLLUTION;PI~RfyGUCATFYI~IA~P~gh~IC--BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS, AIR--POLLUTION-HEALTH EFFECTS/METALS--TOXICOLOGY/SELENIUM/LEAD/ MERCURYA RA TRACE SUBSTANCES INT CORONARY HEART DISEASE/ 445 ENVIRONME,l,rA~ HEALTH -:_XIII H~ v 1979 ~dinQs of~U versity of Mis.oitri.~ Memorial Union ~ 13th Annual Conference on ~;j~, $;, ~; University of MiswurbColumbl Trace Sub.tance@ in Environmental Bealtb ~ Columbia, Missouri S n~ red b po y o yq, ~• e• o University of Missouri ~ t,,,4 ~ e.na12 aua.. a i ' Environmental irace Substances Re.earqhCeStes and Extension Division and Directorate for Applied Science aid Re.earch A Bcations , . M (XIII) June 2,3,4 & 5, 1980 (XIV) National Science Foundation : « . .. . . . ~ . .. , :: . s _ Edited by Delbert D. Hempbill' 0•3nO11 0 3 0 996
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50253 8068 i:._ ~s4lwnr~cs ..Ra 1•... TY' ptasmiafi.0AfOr 370 T any Me pDDL YOtIa CTS'I'OMER13 4MELYTOS ABOijT 2V., T: 10.4 AND rGe'. D• A Mr•''.CK :0i~ R. J• P.~`'''ZSOLDS TaBAACCO COMPP.NY. 1957 ~ ~Q. . Rst,way, :a.J. ~+terak and Comp Y, 0
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50253 8094 QD -TREATISE ON AN ALYTICAL CIIEMISTRY 81 Ko 1961 ~ PAR'lII I:ditalbyl.m.I{OLTHOhF ANALYTICAL CIi.URTISTRY ScAoot of Chasrittry, Unioersity of Alinnrsom p F T H E E L E bi ENT S and PIIILIP J. I:LVING SECTION A .4 of Michigan Systetnatla A.mlytical Cheanistry of the Deyarlment oJChernislry, Uniaersit- 1?Ea:nents with the assiitance of EICNF.ST B. SANDELL SeAool of Cl~.entiatry, Unirersity of 9tinnescta i VOLUDi E 3: t CAD111U1li vCOPPER . 1-iFIACIVESIUM N~~3l1 ° • rJI'IN • k:gI h'C INTBRSCIENCL PUBLISIiERS AU'fi[ORS OF VOLUME 3 a diois»n of John Wiley & Sons, New York-Loru3on'skd%+EY ALt.A1 lt. C.11ti.SOS J. F. COcCZl:E W. CHARLE$ COOI'Elt HENRY F1tEt8Ett JA]tE3 tt. I:A\ZtL:.i81'ER JOSEPH PEKOLA ( MAR1E FAriKSWORTH QUI.YTIIti DERYANfiO PAUL F. CEIGLER OLEYY II. p'ExCERT ~ 0•30 0o0 30 499
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0 ~6 6-UluU£~n °~~9z °s,z~s~p •~ `'7~6'~' `•~t°q°~~u 8TM7LID 2VTrLaQ guTZjO9-VT2G'TOI o . a s.ze.4ad 2rzus3 uoa 2ureN.zTM4Tm sapua:iv.zec; °:-,~t~t;~sTtOOa~ uuk*zrazqa ueuD82nau . .N:+P UOA •2S.Ifi °j;itL' a$ °3TplO40 D. M:;. - -j.U-UVaau-O z3p qonap:11~8- suTTaMO tSt o p f o .xo;,un IzaAE;-j °p •g UCA •q.zEaq j"yqZL F LOCtOOr j uTIE~ Qt! t ~R~~~ • ~~ iA 0600 FSZOS
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03c~Qno~ i a22 . Landolt, Hans Heinrich, 1831-1910. Zahlenwerte und Fnnktionen au9 Pbysik, Chernie, nomie, Geophysik und Technik; in Gemein:chlft mit tels let al.l und unter Vorbereitender DZitwirkung D'Ans tet al.l hrsg. von Arnold Eucken. 6. AuO. er 1950- rin S , g p .r 1 1 aiagra tables 2s cm . .,. At head of title: Landolt-E3rnateln. Previously published under title: PhysibliachchemiscLl~ Includes bibliographi 1es. CONT6iQT`J.-1.J.-1. Bd. Atom- und Jiolekularphysik. 1. T. .~ti IOnen. 1. Physics-Tables, etG 2 Chemi9try-Tables, etc. ; 1913. tr. Title. stein, Richard, 1832- ' QC61.L33 541.9 Library of Congress `-~ j51q15j
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50253 8106 ~ •..~...~ . ~ ~ TOXI COLOGY / AL POLLUTI ON CONTP.OL / INDUSTRI AIR--i'OLLUTION--HAhDB00K~ AND 2IANUALS/[dATER--PU1tIFICt.TION/ WASTES, 1NDUSTRIAL/ OIL/ LEAD/PLASTICS/SELENIUM/ CARBON 2,~: ^XIUE/CADt1IL'Ai/:+LUciI .: l~1~ POLLUTANT REMOVAL _ HANDBOOK
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b 1© i~ U U U U~: 0 • . I' t 15T ' MO3 -:orn~ .1:•t:.I~ I 3~t1 30 ~u;i:7.i :19L0 3d.1J.7.11'L° ,S a•r atwe , I sa..!r!~Iy.v poo,{ v•: a•1rj11iSiillvJ yt~t;.3 1.L6[ TT1AY T C-tl 'SA3ua0 l?4;.11~:11'3 1« r.I :.rli 1o wo Li)I hioiat-;;C SOS 'oII 5CIM5 1•3Od3'd 'IVnRIo3I. Om 'IS 'o\ SaM3S :21^.d:ii: S`1.:I13~.+ tv~I?1I'.^~: 0'la I:+i T'- ^ : J .~!~l' ' QZ'3'I ~ ~}1l131S3rS S'_l.YNI•.•!::!!0D ::H.L Q2,Y 5.::.i1QQY QUn:: NJt'.L2;3:r 30 1:O:.LQT:'A3 EL-9.^.1-1t1 xx 609 ESZOS
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50253 8103 RJR CLASS NO. PAMII'HLET 72 VI Re-76 s.p. ; Pelo'si, P.; Galoppini, C. (Univ. Pisa, Ist. Ind. Agrarie, Pisa, Italy) ORGANOI%#'Ei3,4OMP0UNDS IN LEAVES OF TOBACCO PLANTS. • *(Sulla-natura dei composti mercurio-organici nelle foglie di tabacco.)* Atti Soc. Toac. Sci. Nat.•, Mem.; Serie A 80, 215-220 (1973) (in Italian with English abstract) ± *Keyvords:* mercury vapor, tobacco, additive; organomercury compounds, green, constituent; cysteine, green, constituent; ~.' glutamic acid, green, constituent;; glycine, green, constituent. ft 0-3o0n03.1 00~ . .~
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50253 A11Q FOOD--ADDITt 6'F.S--TOXIrOLOGY/. FOOD--CONTAP1.f;1X3TS /F.NVI P,ONPSENTAL li:;ALTIi i FAO Kutrition :IeetinEs Report Series No. 51A XX UnG -73 ~'---- . . -_•.. 6 - UNITED NATIONS FOOD AND I.GMICULTURG ORG/:NIZATlON ; ROME, 1973 . ~ .EVALUATTG'iA Ot~- CA D:01tUM ~ " Ar\1r) T4-!F COC)D ADDITfVES ANZARANTH, vEFTtiYLPYBC•'.:ARBOivATi:, AND OCt'YL GALLATE 'Ihc evaluations contained in tla s docuiaent wcre prepared by the Joint FAO/1.110 Expert Cocuaittce on Food Additives which cet in Ceneva, 4-12 Apri! 1972 1/ 1J Sixteenth Report of the Joint FA0/6110 Expert CoamittPe on i ` Food additi.•c,, Gld Hltd OrG. T.:chn. Ren. Ser., 1972, ,,o. 505,; ' 72, No, 51. FAO Nutrition t!eetinFs Fcport Sciies, 19 .r--- -- --- `~"
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50253 8108 TOXICITY--TR'1CE ELEt*.ENTS/ IF,ON /COPPER/?tOLY13DEAlP.'t/CORALT/*SICI;EL/ *4ANCANESE/ Z INC / CAA?tit'M/ C}?P.OMII?M/ TODIt?F. / SET.ENItTM/ FT.TT(1R INF. /?tF.RCUR,,ftjo VAPIADIt'Dt/SILICOtI/LI;AD/AP,SF.NIC/SHOY.It1r, AtID HEALTH/TOLACCO--S'TOKF--NICKEL/ TOT3ACC0--S*'OKINr,--I:EALTH EFFECT/ 1 8 4p 534 Un 1977 6 Trace Elements ~in Human and Animal7 Nutrition Fourth Edition ERIC J. UNDERWOOD Depattmeat of Animal Seience and Production instltute oLAgticuttun Untvstdty of Western Australia Medtandt, Western Australia ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Ffaneisco London A4 tt0aidlaty of Bueourt ltao. Jovano.idt, Put4lsAai . 1977 1 0•3op-n b31013
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AdcrFnaes in nnalytiaal chemistry and instrumentation. v. 1-9 Nev York, In _eracience Publiahers, 1960jG'/-G$ a'. , 9 v. f.11us.,diAgra. 24 cm.
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50253 8113 72 VI Re-76 TOBACCO--GERMANY/ RJR CLASS NO. Yl:.'WHLET 72 VI Rc-76 _ S•p• . -.Verband Zigarettenindustria, ftariburg, Ger. RESULTS OF DgTER.`4INATION BY FZVE DIFFERENT LAP,ORATORIES OF FOUR (WIDENTIFTEU) GERMAN CICAt2ETTE BMNDS AS TO TiIGIR COaTENr IN •ARSENIC, ;LEAD, AND ~RGURVa* . *(Besti=ung von SchNermetalien in Tabak.)* Confidential Report and Attachments, 9 p., Hamburg, (in German) " ; *Keywords:* arsenic, cured, constituent; ~ lead, cured, constituent; cadmium, cured, constituent; raerctiry. cured constituent. Determination of arsenic, cadmiurn, -lead and mercurp in various. ~-~-" ~tobacco samples and con:nercial cigarettes of Vest Germany. The ~ a,r.ounts of arsenic in tobacco varied 0.39 - 0.63 ppm, cadmi•um 1. 22-1.90 ppm, lead 2.63-6.46 ppm and riercury 0.03-0,O1i ppm. The amount ~ of lead in commercial cigarettes was about ', 5 pp:n and ecid~niurn ~ about 1.32 ppm. The methods used for the ('.•r.ermination of the ~ individual compounds are discussed,
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50253 8122 Y. tllus. 24 cm. Bibliographical Lootnotes. ~ Conranse.-V. 1. Principles of atomic and molecaIar etructure, by W. N. Lipscomb. Theoretical and applied nuclear chemistry, by P. Ii. O'Connor. The actlnide series, by Ci. T. Seaborg ~. L Chemistry, Inorganic. 2. Chemistry, Physical and theoretical. L Title i QD151.SG9 ~ 546 5&-8775 Library of Congress 1560101 0.30 0 0 n 31Q.27 Sneed, Mayce Csnnon,1886- ed. QD Comprehensive inorganic chemistry iedited by, 3i. Canncn 151 Sneed, J. Lewis Maynard tandj Robert C. Brasted. New S •York, Van Nostrand i1953- 4 .
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50253 8095 QD 1.17 Ko 1976 ~siewCtti ~ Derivatives • ' .~rice .~ ~ l~ans 7immer Academic Press • New York • London ~ San Francisco 1976 COPP1?1:/SILVrR/r.OLD/?.Ir*C/CAD~tIir~!/MERCUItV/SCANDTUM/YTTRIU*f/1.ANTIIANIDi:SI%CTINTnES/ :, TITANIUM/ZIRCONIUtf/IIAF NIUM/VANADIUtd/NIOBIUM/TANTALUM/CIIROMIUM/MOLYBDENLRYI/TUNGSTEN/ ' MANGANESE/TECT'.?'ETIUM/R1-IENILRM/IRON~ /RUTFIENIUM/OSMIIIM%COBALT/RIIODIUM/IRIDIU~m/NICKEL/ ' PALLADILTi/PLATINUM/ METALS/SYNTIIESES/FERROCENE/ . METHODICUM CHIMICUM. A Critical Survey of Proven Methods Editor-in-Chief • and Their Application in Chemistry,-- • Natural Science, and Medicine • Frledhelm Korte • _ Volume 8P~'~ a~'~~~0~1 of Edited by ~ fTrans~t, ,lon . 1!/~eta~.: Kurt Niedenzu ~ : G~ rg ~hie~m ~ Paub~l~is iers0 ~ u~ gart
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.. . - -~~ 50253 8078 Qucclc.~ilhcr]~c:,timnulii~;c:u in Fiscllca iuld T'iscll;crzctl-nissclt uliter ~ Anwcudtln~; der KolUcn~-crbrcnnull~:~nicr,liodc von Sclliini~cr Kurt Bcc3;+. Cbomi.cho und Lcbcosmittcl'uutcrsuchus+Fs:•snatalt Ilamburg (J3RD)4• s Jauuar Z. 14bcnsm. Untcn.-hornch. 155, 209-215 (1rJ74, Einecgingcnatn9 . ~ by J. h. Jlcrgmaiut, i!Jiinchcn 1974 74 III Bo ~ l ~r.. Compotuul.s in Fish and I~ish Products by 1lfeans of tho Detcrmination ofl ~ ~ Schonig;cr Method F , .. • Burxmary. Tlto mcthod for detormination of n:c:curv described combincY the coJnbnstion In a closcd sy:4ctn, initiatcd by Kvhi;nigc•r, tcith tl:b Qn:nclca atomic aL-sorpti,n smr.trop'.:oto- mctry. ilomog:rai:.cd aad dried slrnrlcs of tislr and Gs!t products arc burned «•ith p»ro o.v;;cn in a crPrabustion f:ask and the combusUon productq arc dE~,oh•cd in dilutc 1«•dreri~lor:c acid ..it!i addition of ~ta~.rum ;krnta:~Gsnuto to ovcrcon:o reducing.grrts. :lftrr raluctien to tix: ct~~n,cnt :~ the merarry vapor is tiircct.ly draN rc by sn air strcam into an absorption ccli arr: nocd in the lign'c bcatnof an r.twnic abrorpt ion spcst:n!sl:otomctcr. To incrcasc s%•rsitieity tLo •rcrcary i, c:ctr :rtcd firstby• dithizcne, rcastrncted in strong hydrochloric acid, amal,ama,cid on a silver c•i:v and th;;a rolatiliee4 by tdcctric:illy hcating, foi'cwc-i immcdiatcly by :LA:i mc:uurcrent. AIl analytica! rtcps arro controllcd with r.,diomcrcury as tracer. l,ue:rnrKCn/as:nny. Die beschricbcnc lrctl:odo der Quccksilbcrlr-stimmimg vcreiniji. iac Yorbrefnrnng in stcm ron Schcnil,a•r cin~,,.fuLrtcn, gcscl:!osenrn S.•st^tn n:it der tlatn:nct::.rsc.t ' Atoniabaotf-tion-uspcktrcpl.ototnctric. 11iu hor.:o;cni+icrtcn und corl;ctrcxkncten Yrobeu von Fiscbexi und FMhcr..cupissen perdcn in einc:n-\'erb:c.u:unosknlbvn in rcinran 5aurrhtotF e,•r- u i k i l : Z P b d ' d S r usltz von ern:a:~a:ats :anat u ta nver zs cure mit cincro , liu.~.,..: n dio errenuurpprca A~~£h4SdtG. [islyu~4:5;'its,~. , "• = ~ . . • - . . . . . - _ - . . _.. ' ~ ,. - .~ . . . _ .Y .
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- - . _ , III Meg-80 S•P, MMCURWLEAD/ ~ 50253 8102 ~ OtijL10GRAPMIC OATA 1. ISHEET N ItH/N 1 EHS - 77/047 w -!. Title and absitle C.Y/. l"jL V:'C / Y.l /z~L,~ ~ ;ERVOUS SYSTE±•1 !%, 7. At,:?,or(s) George W. Paulson 9. Perto:ming Organizatioa lane and Address Second Task Force for Research Plannin.g in Environmental Health Sciences, Dr. Norton Nelson, Chairman Institute of Environmental Medicine Ncw York University 12. SponsorinS O:6anization \ane and Address National. Institute of Environutental Health Sciences P. 0. Box 12233 Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709 15. Suppletaencary \oss 0 PS 2I 3 2'-{•.C. S. Report Date I December 1976 8. Performing Ordanization ReDc. \ o. 10. Project/Tss!:!w'nrl• tinit No. 11. Contract/Grant No. 1-R13-ES 01470-01 13. Type of Report & Period Covered Fina1 14. 16. Abstracts The central nervous system is designed for appropriate response o, an is peculiarly vulnerable to many influences found in, the environaent. Unfortunately, mars of the influences on the CNS are hard to isolate, or toxic agents produce changes in 0'.~~Ot1Q3 1 ~0 7
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50253 8119 I i j ' II MeAl I2 - ~ _ S.P. POLLUTION--AIF/ - MERCURY AND AIR POLLUTION: BLIOGRAI'HY WITH ABSTRACTS _ ~ . .. 9i l rv~nonr.u~umar ovnmvrmtn*r e~runv Lg% I 1"VO\M La\AAY  A%Vicayi9V&t AYUl\V• Office of Air Programs Research Triangle Park, North Carolina October 1972 Air Pollution Technical ~ ' Intocmation Center
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50253 8112 •72-'VI Re-76 TOBACCO--GERMANY/ RJR CLASS NO.-PAMPHLET 72 VI Re-76 s.p. ~. Verband Cigarettenindustrie, Wissenschaftliche Abteilung, Hamburg, Ger, RESULTS TO DATE OF A FRELIMINARY STUDY OF ARSENIC, LEAD, CADMIUM, AND ' MERCtJIt~IN FOUR UNIDENTIFIED GERMAN CIGARETTE BRANDS. *(Bisherige Ergebnisse der 5-fach-Bestimsnungen an 4 Cigarettenmarken ~ nach Prufung auf Reste von Arsen, Blei, Cadmium und Quecksilber.)* ( Verband Cigarettenindustrie, Wissenschaftliche Abteilung, t~ Confidential manuscript, 1 p..(May 20, 1976) (in German) }: ' *Keywords:* arsenic, cured, constituent; lead, cured, constituent; lAbstr: Results are given of the data obtained by four cadmium, cured, constituent; • ,.mercury,_.cured, cons t ituent . l- : different German commercial laboratories based on five ~ , determinations for each.- /Or arsenic; for lead,results f 1 rmm nno 2l1nM5+AM.I ....t t, : i ..s.i .. r_._ _ _j_r.-_ .t.+v.aHV1 j vn1y aI C avaI I auI ri I Vr- Gauulnufl1, ~ two laboratories; for mercury, 3 laboratories,'There _: ~i.s. a rather wide 'discrepancy of results. 0 3 Q o 0 0~ ~~1 7' .
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soas3- ette -- -• -~ f: , t` •. T ~ ...n hA i} , T AIR- POs,LliTION .~i_.RC:T.=Y TOXICOI'JO'~Y~"11_~`:.Atir.~--,,, 1z ~ E.tv~ ,y:~''~'7^r 55 Fr CAtlSl1^;'TON/ PULL,TTI'T0."T--'lATFR/ I9'72 FR'ri~torr:~aTAL Tt~;AI:TF;~ FO~~A•~ Ct~M'i ?h7N1MPS~ ~ATT?-~A'~:zl V ~I;/• +, . , _- MERCITRY AND Dr RIVATIVW? T~ ~e~~c~-~ -f,~ lV.LL Jl. Q,~.~. y ~TABOLIStIJ ` MERC RY- ~ - U • the ,Laviroinnent :r..~ An 1~pidemiological aud Toxicological Appraisal Editon: Lan Fnbcrt, M.D. Jarostar Vostat, M.D., Ph.D. Departrnert of Envlronmental Hyper.e lkpartment of Pharmacology and Toxicology The Karolinska Institute ard the School of btedic;ne and Daautry National Environment Protection Board University of Rochester Stoekholm, Sweden , Rochester, New York ... ... ( pubbAW br• Y l.f- L.1L1L7~CJ *•c ctsF_P[aCAL RtiHHER ca 18101 Crrnwsd h•Ywtq • tlrnbrA Ot;. 44121 0-7
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50253 8127 .1 Andren, A. 1•'.; lllrXlss, R. C. { l~,.p. Oceanol;., Tallahassee, Tla., U. S.) (Florida State , ~nw•, pCURY>CoN'TZaT.-OR4iCn:AGCU~l" (1971) (in Fnglish) ;:nviron. Lett. ~- (;.~'~ "~ o:atitu~:nt. d }LTR CLASS NO. PA''HLET 72 VI Re S.P. , c ¢f:cy~~ords: * marcury, cur~: ~oooo3 1:o . 1
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50253 8115 TOP•AC.CO--S'40KE--CARHON MONOXIDE/TOB:ICCO--SrtOKE--NITROS~utINnS/ TOEACCO--S.f0KE--AIR '.'OLLUTIO*I/ ~ CAtL'?ON ;t0i?OXIDE/I:ISECTS/RODENI'S/L"tI:•SALS/110USING/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASF.S/ CLIrt.1TE/1'I:.tivSPORTATI0:1/~tI.:ITAL liY0;1£'.vE/TOXIC SUBS'PAPdCES/ARSENIC/CAD:4IUM: / •LEADr--o1FfASBESTOS/CI+RRO\' rf(?N'0`;IDE/NITP.O(.E:V OXIDES/FLUORIDES/OZO,1E/ NITPATES/NITRITF.S/DDT/I:ISc:C'ILCI,')ES--TOXICOLOGY/POLYCIILORIItATED BIPIIENYLS/ TERATOGENS/1:OISE/LA~•:S AND LEGISI,nTIf7N/CHRO~!OSn:T ABERRATIO!1S/SARITAT_IO+I/ ENVIRONaENTAL f~F.ALTH/TUS~:CCO=--SitOiCIN^~--HEALTII EFFECT~ AIR--POLLUTION--NF.ALTN EFF::CT/PO).LUTIOti'--WATER/ NITR SA:•SI;:LS/ E I FOOD --CONTA.,%tINATION/CA:\CER---CAUSATION--BY ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS/ DISEASES--CAUSES AND THEORIES OF CAUSATION/ I RA 445 wb 1972 2 C. P.DDi. 1 C. WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION G VA HEALTH HA.ZARDS . ~ OF ~ Prepared by 100 specialists THE H JMAN ENVIRONNIENT in 15 countries .~ , ~ .._. ~.CiliL.SotV~-~`~ brql ra...7.....T..r+e~+~..Maerr.w.w~!~.'.r.~.S.~C.a..l.....~...w~~V!~:1!A _0..~-3 0,0 ~ ~~ 1 0 ?. 0
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T 55 Fr 1972 : . Invironment -the ~ ATR--?OLTtfTION'- i•iit:RCiIrY/ T0:'iCOi S.A:70N AN"1 CA~)SA?~ ~7t;~ POL?~J'? i(,yi--11-:T~.F/ YOI Y iT PTU'~--s:4T`R/ ;•rA'rE~R--r JLL'.1T, oil/ F:rP), IROe.tiT AL li4:Ai:?E, ~ F'iYJ:.i•+' CO`~"' 1!~T11.4M015 ~ -AIR-seltv.'r~''I. S~ i. 1 • ~ ' ~ .; .-. .".'. . MERCURY AND 1~ ~;&CUn^Y«.~JwA I3 ~1 S 1Drh7~:?•x4r,$f .: rr t ~J~, ~~~. ~;&CUn^Y«.~JwAI3~1S 1 ^Y«.~JwAI3~1S1 . ~.IL +v h..+l.l fi I~`f0E1kY~+*~Si~Y'A Nt ~ . An Tatidemiological and ToxicologicalAppraisal Editoa: Lan t•riberg. M.D. Department of Eovironmental Hygene The ICarolinska Institute and the National Environrrent Protection Board Stockholm,Sweden . Iaioslar Vostal, M.D., Ph.D. Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology School of Medicine and Dentistry. , University of Rochester Rochester, New York • . prblirhed by:V\sri~"- ~LJ~ U<]~~~ • ' srt CH1ElelxCJb.L ItVBHZ:R ce. . 1/1B1 Cr&i*wd hAw.r . Cirwl.w< Obia 41121 . vK 0 3 0 0 n 0 3 t 02 3 50253 8118 ~~, .. . -..-.r - -_ z
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. __-. . ___ _: - '__.._.___:_.. __;_ :.,.a ., . . . ..._...'_. ...::: - ._ .. _.- _..`.-i___~-.._ . 50253.8120 . ~ METALS--ANALYSIS/CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--TRACE ELEMENTS/TRACE ELEMENTS---ANALYSIS/ FoOD--ANAL S/ ; xx 'UnG6-79 C DMIUM S.P. ; 4EAD • ~ MERCURY AND MET ERCURY COMPOUNDS A Review of Methods of Trace Analysis and Sampling xi~ ! with Special Reference to Food j NATIONS FQaD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATIO 1N '~ ROME, 1976 ; . ~ by -----,_ _ Pieter L. Schuller Harold Egan , ki'ks instituut voor de v lic ~" • Laboratory of the Government Chemtst . ~ ' o sgtzonancu London SEI 9NQ, England $ilthoven, Ncthcrlands ~• ~~ and 4 3 ~ Q n A 3 t 0 2 S ;.
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50253 8131-' fOXIC SUBSTANCES/ENVIRUNMFNTAL IiEALTH/ r British Med. YOuT:. Vol. 31. Number 3, Sent. 1975 4. 'Chernicals in ' Food and Environment ~ INTRODUCiION ' THE ACCEPTANCE OF RISK t,'HEMICAL HAZARDS IN THE HOME ASSESSMENT OF HAZARDS FROM LOW DOSES OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES ANALttT1CAL SURVEYS OF FOOD OCCURRENCE OF NATURAL TOXINS IN FOOD ESSENTIAL FOOD PRESERVATIVES TOXICOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF NEW FOODS ~ TOXINS EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES LEAD: ENVIRONMENT AND EXPERlMENTAL WORK AV& CADMIUM .~ A. Neuberger E. E. Pochtn Roy Goulding J. M. Barnes Harold Egan & A. W. Hubbard R. F. Cianrpton & Frances A. Charlesirorrlr WATER SUPPLIES AND RECYCLING OF DRINKING-WATER '~ CARBON MONOXIDE a 1000031 0 3 6 BOOK REVIEWS Alun C. Lloyd & !a•. •es !. P. Drake A. Spicer P. K. C. Austwick I. T. T. Higgins Barbara E. Clayton L. Magos M. Webb A. E. Martin P:l. Lawther Scr~'c~t~e Editor_• M. {Vebb
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. kNVIRO::: c:::,iL CC:.TAMI::A:.TS AS JRIGItiS OF GISORDEPED BEfL:7IM ~J~ ..: - ..VVA~f..~:% III MeQ-80- S,P. Eernazd 7reiss, Ph:D. Departrent of ?.adiati-:n BioloEy sr.d biophysics and Environnental Health Sciences Crnter Uaivcrs:t;• of Rochester M.:c:ical Ccnter R,oches:er, r:eti. York Behavioral toxicolo, studies the behavioral effects o` contcsrir.an;s, such as heavy retals, :n enviror.r~--n:al and oc:cu?ational set;ings. A classic .examplc :.f r.ctal poisoning is Pink Discasc, or a;rod;•nia. It was nari:cd by t,ridh: pink 0.:scolorc:ion of the child's face arid hancs. Other sy.:.p:o:.s ineludtd wLining, i:c::ing„ :it:u: slc:•p and -cretsl distc:rba-ces. It ::as not ~;2 l9y't t'~atAthe~soacc'was~dis'co:Cred to be siercu:ous chleridr in :eethint ,
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50253 8136 CORPC HD 2741 Br • 1981 ARCHER A Contemporary Perspective for the Manager 0 3 0 0 4 0 3 1 0' 4 1 CONSOLIDATION AND MERGER- 0F CORPORkTIONS/ -- ~ TIONS--MERGERS/MANAGEMENT--P,LANNING/ AC , , James W. Bradley q uiS ~ t ~ o n Donatd H. Korn Arthur D. Little, Inc. and Corporate t Development A/rthurD. LittleBook LexingtonBooks D.C. Heath and Company Lexington, Massachusetts Toronto r
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Grf,rawold, John A. A GDIDR fOR tuXL1LrZING MERGER PROPOSALS Pirancial ExeEutiva 3T (No. 5) 54-72, ls- s~ C::~., . .^~°)
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50253 6126 _.. - ~~.......~ :.:. -- e. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 VI Re-77 s.p. Suzuki, T.; Shishido, S.; Urushiyama, K. (Tohoku Univ. Sch. Med., Dep. Pub. Health, Sendai, Jap.) ttERCURY IN CIGARETTES. Tohoku Jour. Exp. Med. 119, 353-56 (1976) (in English) *Keywordst* mercury, cure&, constituent; mercury, smoke, constituent. ,r~--- 111arcury in rignrcttcs of donuytio t ~ 'and foecign producla wua tncusuretl by DTaboy mc4hal, and tl~o siuuple of a I domestie brand was burned by a smoking mnchino and the smoke was collccte !d l for the mcasurcincnt of mercury. ln tobncL-o leaf and paiwr, only inorganic • I mercury w.u found in both domestic and fureign producta. lts amount in tobacco leaf and paper of a piaco of cibnrctte wna about G0 ug in do1nestic products and 4 jahout 30 ng in furci.n pnxlucts. By burning, the unit length of a cigarettu rclcnsed about : i n;; of im•rcury into ynwkc, iucrcury; cigurettus; rntoking. __ _ ' J ' . { o~~on on:v . I
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,__ I 50253 81,30 xi An (1969) 1969 vsrioualy psged t t3 .~ S 0; 3o Q n 03
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MERGERy/CONSOLIDATION AND MERGER OF CORPORATIONS--U. S.// CORPORATIONS--MERGERS/MANAGEMENT--PLANNING/ HD 2741 JOINT VENTURES. Yo 1977 ARCHER PLANNING & ACTION ".- 'Artiiuir D Aw ittle, Inc. by 0. Richard Young Vice President Management Counseling
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MANAGEMENT/ L-` 50253 8142 ~ Acquisitions, v~~~Sales ~ 2741 Sc / 1971 (1979 and Takeovers: CHARLES A. SCHARF reprint) , ARCHER A Handbook With Forms Englcwood Cliffs, N.J. • •. 0 3 o 0 na 3 1 0 4;P - ~ ~ .;.: ~ .,. ., ~~~•~J
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~ ., 1.,3shington, D. C., U. S. ) SMOKING MACHINE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF CARBON . , 32nd, paper, Montreal, Quebec, Can. (Nov. i+1_ *Keywords:* carbon monoxide, Tobacco Chem. Res; Conf English) smoke, constituent. When the Federal Trade Cortmission decided to determine carbon monoxide levels tn cigarettes, all available machines were'evaluated and all lacked the j ability to analyze simultaneously for C 0"Tar", and nicotine on a large scale, .puff by puff basis. With these parameters In mind, a new hydraulically driven,piston operated, sequential machine, was designed that delivers the filtered gas phase alternately to two Beckman Modei 864 NOIR Spectrophometers. This enables the user to measure C 0 on a puff by puff basis for 20 differ- ent cigarettes at the same time. A puff Is taken on port 1 and the syringe ~ rests for one second at the bottom of the stroke to allow the gas phase to thoroughly mix and then exhausts the gas by mcans of small diameter tubing and a miniature manifold into the IR. There is a pause to allow the pressures to ~ eqDaliie; and then the C 0, in percentage, is read directly. Once the read- I ing is made a valve opens allowing pressurized air to sMrep out the IR cell 50253 8t•35 ' VI To-78 U. S. FEDERAL TRADE COP4IISSION/ s'P• TOBACCO--SMOKE--CARBON MONOXIDE--DETERMINATIO,t/1, RJR CLASS NO. PA.1- tPHLET VI To-78 s.n. Pillsburv, H. C. ; "Wt' (U. S. Fed. Trade Com A 20-PORT SEQUENTIAL MONOXIDE IN CIGARETTE SMOKE.
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50253 8143 ' S XI Coi 79 S.P. E . a 0 4 s ~.~~------•----~_-.._--- ~...,W: ,.:~ .... ~ -ft..,.,.,. _ -.d.-. . - 2 10 CLASS N0 PAMPr1LET XI Co -79 s l . .p. U. S. News World Repor.t 7he rash of corporate taiccovers has federal antitrust ~ officiais worried. Their fear: too much economic power TRUSTBUSTERS TAKE AIM AT 'SURGE OF U.- S. News World Rept.•1979, p. 4~ct. 23, 1978) (in English) Mentions RJR and Del Monte. i . in the hands of fewer and fewer companies. _ -~-
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50253 8t29 s 72 VI Re-7f3 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPNLET 72 VI Re-7R Pelosi, P.; Galoppini, C.; Fiorentini, R. (Istituto Industrie Agrarie Univ. Pisa, Italy) MERCURY IN TOBACCO SMOKE. I Agr. Ital. 105 (31ns.) 305-9 (1976) (in English) *Keywords:* mercury, cured, constituent; mercury, smoke, constituent. The presence of rnercury in tobacco smoke has been investiLatcd with ,resreel to its distribution as well as to its ehemical nature. Samples of tobacco with 2,120, GS0 and 55 ppm of mercury wcrc buined in va- rious conditions and the concentration of inercury in the ashes, smoke and butt was dctermined by atomic absorption tf,cc.trometry. 'Chc results show that all the incrcury, bound to cysteinc residues in toUacco, is reduccd to mctal and transferred into the smoke. Q~ n 0 0 0~ t 0 3 4
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D4sun S Sradstrast buainess Library A CUIDR TO : WMAGE+Mrr SERVICk:S 1968 260 Pagsa Thoraas Y. CxoWel.l Co. New York
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50253 8128- T 5> `'`r 1972 C A: iSA^•. T CN/ PQLLIJTT CIi--Ws TTR/ PC?i .Lti'1'? ~jN-- nAT ,'R/ ::.I;--POLtd; -'T CN/ EIV TRo?yi•fENTAL 1NAI:THf Fuc)D•w . C~iT~f[:~AIwPS/ ,A'tl:-•A.1~1L'i9IS~,a:, ,'- MFRC!T RY AND DERIVATITj;S/• : : -- v M3s]?CUi?Y-•ANltIS;IS~ An ~ idcn~iolobical aud Toxicological Appraisal . 2;P . - Ed3 publistro0 by: tot:. Las Friberg, M.D. Dep:rrment of Environmenta! Hygiene The Korolinska Institute and the National Environmcnt Protection Board Stockholm, Sweden . luoslar Vostal, M.D., Ph.D. Department of Pharmacology and Toaicolegy School of Stedicine and Dentistry University of Rochester
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ATR--PO*.LUrIc~N-=~:RC~1RY~ 'I'7ti?^OI!}^I~llI"~I,S~^--,"~j^ ~,7 '^h:~n~7rc C~_.' arr9 /ATER--POLL1;'"TGw~ CA')SA'C'TON/ P0T~L1J'CT0?Z--;/a't'-Fj PULLT,'TTO'N--'s:4TWV FN'IIPGWmEt1TAL 3BALTV Fa')D•4 OQ,'IT,4WNAfy'°S/ •ATR-+AN.kL-YSIS/-•-• Me~."CuiT ~ ~ t~RCi)RY--;+f~TABCJLISt ....T y ,. . _An E idemiological and Toxicological Appraisal { Edi larostar Vostaf, M.D.. Pfi.D. Dcpartment of Pharmacology and Toxicology School of l.tedic:ne and Dentistry Unircrsity of Rixhester Rochester. New York ..t CH~MtCAL RVI92l7ER co. , 18101 Crwwtl hd.c.p . qn.laA Ohit 44121 ....•- ...- . . - .- .. ._ ,.. ~-. -. --...•~e-.s«--v...-.~.r...-.,«-r--..,--.,--..,.- ... .-.-. . .... tas: l.ars Fnbtra. M.D. Department of Environrnental Hygiene 7Tie Karolinska Institute and the ' Nat(onal Environnunt Protection Board . Stoekholm, Sweden . prttMad by: a3t~a~0 3 1 0 2$
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~ v~•~v.•rs~ _~ ~ ~. . LEAD/ZINC/NRW=ArADMIUtf-14ETABOLI314/CADMIUM--ANALYSI3/ EPA-600/1-78-035 4. TITLE AND SU9T1TLE The Distribution of Cadmium and Other Metals in Human Tissues 7. AUTMOR(5) D. Johnson, X.J. Prevost, J. Tillery and R. Thomas 9. PERFGnA1.NG OP i:.h12ATiON NAME AND ADDRESS Southwest Res•_arch Institute P.O. Drawer 18510 San Antonio, :X 78254 12. SiOhSOa1N4 AGF NCY NAME AND ADDRESS Health F:£fects Research Laboratory U.S. Envir::=_ental Protection Agency EPA 600/11 Offics =' :- gearch and Development ResJar^n Tr'anqle Park. N-c-771ii---- burdcns and .zge in five different autopsy tissues. Approxirlately 30 autopsy cases in each of five age groups were studied. Autopsy cases were from sudden or acci3en- tal c;eath victims living in the same metroFiolitan area (Dallas, Texas). Histories 14. SPONSORING AGENCY COOE •_ . T'r.is :.ts3y investigates the relationship between cadmium, lead, zinc and mercury, cadmium lead 50253 8089 '1. REPOM u 223700 _ MaT_1978 _ P. -ERFORMINQ ORGANIZATION CODE I. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. 10. PROGRAM ELEMEt`T N 1AA601 zinc 11. ' AA AANT NO mercury 68-02-1725 tissues (biology) epidemiology TYPE OF REPORT AND of RiOD COVE RED R,j,PNc -..._-. _- " se9" o ul3tior. - with
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50253 8141 Y . aNER6ERSVACQUISITIONS/TOBACCO COMPANIES/ REF CORPORATIONS--MERGERS/CORPORATIONS--U. S./ . Affiliations Corporate, 141 pirecto Na ~ 1982 of 1982 / 0 ~tlO t1A3 1 0 4b 'who Owns whom' Published in Jaroory Oy National Register Publishing Co,lnc:, A Wcmii Wti Inc. tananr Eaeeudv» HesdQuarten and EdltorAal 0/fica S201 Old Orchard Rd, SkokieIR. 60071 T.1.: 3124743100
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. i. 50253 8t51 op VIRUS RESEARCH/ Journal of Infectious Diseases, Vol. 133, Suppl. June 1976, pp. A1--A285 77 X Jo ANTIVIRALS WITH CLINICAL POTENTIAL A Symposium at Stanford University Stanford, California. August 26-29, 1975 Guest Editor. „Tb,Qtnas ~: 'M~tig~n ~ 0 3 0 0 n 03 1 0 S 6. I Editorial Assistants: Carole L. Ju and Elizabeth C. Krome -A---.--.~.~°-
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50253 8138 ; 'M i•.:i.r.r.~a+sw+i ~ . ~ ~... TA Barkas, Wilfred W . 419 Mechanical properties of wood and paper, by W. W. B Barkas, R. F. S. Hearmon, and H. F. Rance. Edited by ~{ R. Meredith. Amsterdam, North-Holland Pub. Co.; New York, Interscience Publishers,19b3- Iv. iIlua 24 cm. (Deformation and Aow; monographs the rbeological behaviour of natural and synthetic products) I 1. Wood. 2. Paper. & Rheology. L Meredith, Reginald, ed. a. Ttue . TA418.B87 Q 620.12 Library of Congress i13) o~(~ o o A 3 t.a 3 9 a .. -
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ENVIRON?Pi`t1TA1. tTEA2.TitOAIR--POLLpl'Int:/t!ATER--PCLLUTION/WA.STE TRiAT.`qENT, VOLS:I--XVI/BIBLI04RAPHY,VOL.XVI/ WASTE DISPOSAL. VOLS.I--XVI/POLLUTION CONTROL,VOLS. I--XVI/WASTE,INDUSTRIAL,VOLS.I--XVI/REVERSE OSMOSIS,VOL,IV/ y k'ATER TREAT`SF.Tv'T, VOL. IV/TOXICOLOCY--ACUTE TOXICITIES,VOLS.II,V--XIII/TOXIC SUBSTANCES,VdLS.ZI,V--XIII '/ ~ ~ RF.CO!^MNDED MCTHODS OF REDUCTION, NEUTRALIZATION, RECOVERY, OR DISPOSAL 897 Un OF HAZARDOUS WASTE. Prepared for 1,(,~S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY. ! 1973 By R.S.OTTINGER et al. AuRust 1973 ~ Vo1s.I-XVI Distributed by: U.S.DEPARTMENT OF CO!4tERCE, National Technical Inform. Serv. PB-224581-PB-224595 VOL. I. SUMMARY REPORT. Vol.11. TOXICOLOGIC:. SUMMARY VOL.111. DISPOSAL PROCESS DESCRIPTIQNS, ULTIMATE DISPOSAL, INCINERATION, AND PYROLYSIS PROCESSES : VOL.IV. DISPOSAL PROCESS DESCRIPTIONS, BIOLOGICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE TREATMENT PROCESSES. VOL. V. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CAi7DIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, PESTICIDES i AND CYANIDE COMPOUNDS. VOL.VI. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CNADIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, HERCUR, i ARSENIC, CHF.OMIUM, AND CADMItM COMPOUNDS. ;w ,' VOL.VII. rNATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, PROPELLANTS, EXPLOSIVES AND .WARFARE MATERIlIL. , VOL.VIII. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREA.~i CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, ~ MISCELLANEOUS INORGANIC AND ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. VOL. IX. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, ~ RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS. ; , VOLS• X. IND!(STRIAL AND MUNICIPAL DISPOSAL CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, . & XI. ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. ~III VOLS.XII. INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL DISPOSAL CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, & XIII. INORGAVIC COMPQUNDS . j .VOL.XIV. SY&Y OF WASTE ORIGINS, FORM3., AND QUANTITIES. VOL. XV. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PLANS. VOL.XVI. REFERENCES. • . i 0 3 ; n, t~ n q 3 I. 0 1 f~ ` 50253 8111 :
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50253 8152 0 IX Re2-80 S.P. BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS s74s OF CARBON MONOXIDE ON ANIMALS AND MAN1 Victor G. Laties and Willte»i A lferigdnl Environmental Health Sciences Center and Department of Radiation Biology and Biophysics, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, New York 14642 INTRODUCTION Even though experimental observations of the behavioral effects of carbon monoxide (CO) date back to J. S. Haldane (35) in 1895, until recently there had not been enough literature on this subject to warrant an entire Annual Review chapter. Haldane, in order to ascertain the relationship between the carboxyhemoglobin (COHb) level and symptomatology, exposed himself to the gas and recQrded ts¢~n~ ha1i]pr. He descrribed deficiences in vision, QOdit~i t,li~an.R t~int~ndavritf4tg at COHb levels ranging from 25 to
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50253 8159 FLUID MECHANICS/'. HEAT TRANSFF.R/PSYCHOMETRICq ELECTRICITY/VECTORS/ENGINEERING/ TA 147 Me 1974 PDDL 1 1 ,. , BASIC ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES °~ Q0 n o~ 1 p b q by VMf9k'.yMCRKEL; PEr.Cjt Associate Professor Agricull urol Engineering Universif y o/ Efaryland College Park. Maryland l WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT THE AVI PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. : 1974
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r•on (~uecksilbcr ~i ti unui B tit ti ln b cs Vcn a 50253 8125 qusai ; in biologischcm Matcrial - , ~ : i . . , " ; . . 74 ~II , - . ~ - E ~ i r IL Untcnu:]iun ;en nber Aufschhi[i und Bcstimmuna mittels Atomabsorption in der Gasphasc• 's Herbeit \j'oidich und 1Verner Pfannhsuscr Foracbungsinatitut der Ern3hrungswirtechaft, tiVicn (Ostcrrcich) 1• Z. Lebensm. LTr.t^rs.-1'orsch. 155, 27I-271i (19i•f). Eiogcgangcn am 28. Januar 1074 ® by J. F. l3crgmann, Mimchen 1074 WO Contdbution to tho Quantitativo AnalSsis of .arcrcitry in Biolooical 3Laterial?~ j j " 'hy e1:1S in the Vapor Phaso It. Invcstigations on Digcstion and Detcrniination Skmmary. A routine method for traces of mercury prescat in fish and mussel prescree:i in Or: nanogram rango is dcscribed. The sources of errors in tho diccstion stcp and the di;turbanco in determininsi tncreury by A:1S in the valx)r phnso oro discu.i2ed. Yer-or•cry ra'.o was JJ.:iIn the ranga of 0.5 p; m the standsrd deviation aniounts to 9.95°Jo. A survey on the mercury contcnt of preserves dea!c1 in Austris ia Ziven. Zxaanimceja.9sweg. ?ar d3o Brsstimmung von Qucclcsilbcrsgnren inn `anogrammbcreicL n•ird eina ln dcr P.oietincuntersu::hun; bexiiarto 3lcthodu beschricf,en. llio hi[uiigaccn Ful:icrRuellcn und Storuno_mL,-lici+i;citcn der alontaFisurption in dar C:ngphaso sowie ciui~;c Aui: clilu0mr.~l:odca u•erden disnvterrt. llie lt'icdcrfinduuigsrnto 6-trugdio bciamte :Inal)•ac wci;t im ]3rmicL• von 0.5 pF!cu cino Stan:!arvabu-cichung von Ian /ibcrblick iibcr Analy-scn von in Ostcr- re:ch int 3ia•i.lcl crluiltliehen 1•isch- und 3luschclkonscrven wird gegeben.
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j,TEEDS--COivTROL/ Gr tiMP1AT,0:l' ~ T8t :'G'1~5~__ 73 1I Wa YOST-E:41atCEidCE W£.ED CONT. ROL BY USE OF UHF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS. 50253 8163 By J. R. Wayland, F. S. Davis, R. M. Meng,es, C. Robinson and M. G. Merk2e: • Departments of $hysics, Range Science, Soil and Crop Sciences Texas AbM University, College-Station, Texas.
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.t a f~~ . .. . . . . . , `~ l~M~~-tiod+ci~} Nan~aX ; empi lar EZ.SBVIER' S LEXICON OF PLAN-Y PESTS AND DISEASES. LRtin/English/French/Italian/ Spaniab and CPar.an, compiicd by i,ar.ucl Mprincs--Rodriguea 1966 351 p. Elsevier Publ. Co. Amsterdanm i+
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Ancslhcsioloity V 42. Yo 3. \(ar 1475 s 3 3sl ls s - Laboratory ]E~eport Biotransformation and Elimination of 14C- ~chlorofluoromethane (FC-11) and 14C--Di hlorodifluoromethane ~ (FC-12) in Man ~~`i ltlO YM: AfQtgneF;,V. D.,' David A. Blake, Ph. D., t Martin Ne/rich, M. D. $ 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 5 1
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_...a..- . 50253 0144 R~1:~tENT DEPARTMENTS ~tt;S Vditors ktr•FtTH Enicritus, School of Interna- ~rmcr Dircctor, Lcgislative Ref- and author of Tlre American 'rn Government in Action ' ELSdREE iticil Scicnce, Dartmouth Col- cun Political Science Review; : Scrvice, Library of Congress O+p,•,rR T7sirRAAC/ e dOr,4fWAe,P 0 0/ .Sp,t:* Aa MAD0 Q hV.of Ird' /D~t/G i q*,t s rre s-. ,qvrERTi ii,V6fC,a0rRar4rZ S,/•.y,4.r.WfAdrH.Pe srwi jR A D90-000p -•/wAH ~PA & O.v1'N,nt,t tt.h~ K,S. --1-R/DHtTA ~'~ ND G ~ kJa wNjf,EJ-5,a -ASA e Ala Fedt~~ ~ ~ 'O~r ~..ib ~~~ .i. ~l./ ~ Commission Susan Wagner 030 0;003 1 049
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NASA CR-2756 ' 4 TITLE AND SUBTITLE 6. REPORT DATE October 1976 Products of the Reaction of Chlorine Atoms and Ozone 6. PERFORMING ORGANtZATiON CGDE 2-77 S.P. 7, AUTNOR{S) H. Hall, r., W. er. , S. Bhatia, B.PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPDR( I W. A. Cuillor * and J. N. Ga les M-186 9. PERFORMlNG ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS /0. WORK UNIT NO. Department of Chemistry „ : , >.. .. . ,. . ~1t1J0%°-'00i SI Morehouse College • Atlanta, Georgia 30314 1!. TYPE OF REPOR Y & PERIOD COVERED 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS National'Aeronautics and Space Administration Contractor Washington, D. C. 20546 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE 15. SUPPLEMENTAAY. NOTES Prepared under the technical monitorship of Dr. J. B. Stephens, Aerospace Environment Division, Space Sciences Laboratory, MSFC; and Drs. James King and William DeNfore, Physics Section, Jet Propulsion Laboratory. * P ent Address: D t of Ch mi t Un' i IS. ABSTRACT Preliminary matrix-isolation infrared spectroscopic studies of the gas-phase reaction of chlorine atoms and ozone are reported. The major product of the reaction Is found to be, the4ymSettc lO-rad}~al,hiie vpry ttlepf the asymmetric C100 radical is produced. It is also found at fh'e p'Ytese ce bf C~en nA the OC1O production and that C1OO Is the rimar . product in the rear4ioa "L atwxws.arxl pure Qz. _ The radical C1O is also observed A
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GERMINATION INHIHITORS/ 73 II Va THERMAL AND NON-THER'KAL EFFECTS OF UHF FIELDS ON PLANTS AND SEEDS OF MESQUITE AND BEANS. J. R. Wayland, F. S. Davis, L. W. Yovng, M«~t~ Narae28.. . Departments of Physics, Range Science, Soil and Crop Sciences Texas A & M University College Station, Texas 77843-
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50253 8150 111 nu -77 s.r. OIBLIOGRAPHlC DATA 1. iteport No. 2. ' Kceipient's Aeeession ~u. SHEET NOAA-74013108•3 _j O S/~%.C. -~/ -!_ ~ 1. Title and Aubtnle S. Itepon Uate Meridional Atcsasphcric~, - Te3econnectfons Owea.ths. North Pacifirc rfov 1973 Flroo 14i@#z t!!' 19M 6. ~, Aatbot{s/ 8. Perlorming UrRaniz.ruon Kept. W. B. W'hite and A. E. Walker No. 9. Perfoes+ing Ursaoizatioo \.me aad A.ldress 10. Pcoject/Task/Y'ork l:oit No. University of California at San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography tl. contract/crant No. La Jolla, Calif. N000-14-69-A-0200-6043 1L Sponsoring Organizatioo.% ame and Addres+ 13. Type o/ Repore s 1'etiod Office of Naval Research and eo.ered National Science Foundation . .._ .. _ . _. _ t~. 1S. Supplemeotary tioces Monthly Weather Review 101(11):81y-822, November 1973. 16. Abscracts Throughog the two decades from 1950 to 1972, tiie intensity of the subtropi- cal ridge and of the.Aleutian'Low were significantly correlated with onqanother as were the absolute magnitudes of their associated wind systems, t.:e westerlies and northeast in 1964-72, howe~;er was the ~intensity of the Alcutia.n Low correlated ~ trades. Oniy d t o O , s b (~ O 1 ' 0 's q 'i'ti4 c ;ndi catps that the 0
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50253 8167 _.._. _ _ _.~ . _.. ~....~._ . __ _ _ . _ ..... _ ___ .. __._ _ _ _- ._....._.. - - .... ~ r ._.. ~ f+'EEDS--CONTROL/GERMINATION INHIBITORS/ 73 II Wa ULTRAHIGH-FREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS FOR WEED CONTROL: PHTTOTOXICITY AND SELECTIVITY. F. S. Davis; J. R. Wayland; 14w.G. K*r.kl.K. Reprinted from : SCIENCE, 6 August 1971, Vol. 173, pp.535-537. 0300 n 0 3-1 07 P.
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I Bestell-Nr. ZH 1/409 Ausgabe: 9.1978 /ct &n - ,DOJO~t a ~1urc•G,'~~cex LA " Lc~r~". ~ Nlerkblatt.fur`den Umgang ~ mit Ftuorkohtenwasserstoffert (FKW-Merkblatt) ' Carl Heymanns Verlag Ka. GereonstraBe 18-32. 5000 KSIn 1 ~ gewerblichen Berufsgenossenschaften Hauptverband der Zentralstelie filr Unfallverhutung und Arbeitsmedizin ~ Langwartweg 103, 5300 Bonn 1 Fachausschu0 „Textii und Bekleidung" FKW-Merkbiatt Q Nachdrudc verboten 11)0(0)11785
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1 0 . . . .. ` .. _. ~ 19173 i4 f~YcYj ` f slr` ' . .. . ~.. . _ . ~~.....~....•r•~>-'.:i.-"^" '-"'~..•'r'.".,.-.:.......~r.. . ._ / .. _ . .. . a~~. (~. q. q.. • 50253 8139 t 1 ~ : VICTOR HAROLD. . . ~ PILOT BOOKS 6 NEW YORK :_ .. _ ._.._ •v....... - _:..~.:..~.:_......~.,. .___ . ;_ CtUSIt1ESS T.NTF.LLIGURCl:f& 74 I lla cc. n ~r~~~ L l~; ~~ ~ c~ by.
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50253 8133 . ,ri 1s8 DECEMBER 1977 SLUDGE PROCESS' Discussion by Edward W. Craig,1 MT;-07 ~ere~RO Members, ASCE, and Andrew C. Middicton,4 A. M. ASCE 00 Sp 5 ,IMPLIEIED UPTIMIZATiON OF ACTIVATED The author has presented an interesting application of dynamic programming in solving the cost optimization problem of an activated sludge wastewater treatment system that considers the effects of unit process interactions on costs. However, the writers contend that the author has presented an incomplete formulation of the problem and that the dynamic programming solution to that formulation can be simplified. . In formulating the optimization problem, the author initially lists primary settling tank efficiency, solids retention time (SRT), mixed liquor suspended solids concentration (MLSS), and recycle ratio (a) as the independent or decision I variables. Immediately, SRT is fixed in value for the design and is dropped as a decision variable to simplify the problem. The author does not explain o w w t 12 e chosen so as to com letely describe the feasible re i ion ~ ~( p g D~ s>bn v~tiables. Middleton and Lawrence (21,22,23) have presented Q.7 helt oltdeci 3 ~pro~ede.trsmineAbaboundaries of thafeasible region based on constraints
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_ AMI.NQ~ACIDS=-CHROMATOGRAQHY(HP~.C~/ ' soZS3 e~s~ ~ 81 111 Na v ,rav aunNr•naRn.e.aa.w a.uwum ~ ~ .~ ...~~, ~w~. ~. ~,/,~-I,,41A . / yV -0) 47s USING OF HIGH PERFORMAIICE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY ANO MASS SPECTROMETRY OF ITH j AMINO ACIDS FOR SEQUENCE ANALYSIS OF PROTEINS. ~j I.V.NASIMOV, N.S.LEVINA, V.V.SHEMYAKIN, •.V.ROSYNOV, I.A.lOGDANOVA, W . M.M.SHEMYAKIN INSTITUTE OF Ol00RGANIC CHEMISTRY, ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. Stparation of 1TN asiino acids by HPLC was undertaken with the ain of increas- in0 tM sensitivity of dir.ct automatic seau.nce d.t.rmination. Standard mixture of 20 ITN amino acids was separated into 17 conponants within 18 minites with separation factor R5•1,0=j,6. The r.lative standard deviation of retention times ws about 1:, the limit sensitivity of W detection ws S pprolss. 03 0000 3 t 059
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- ---------ORGAN-C 50253 8160 EM3RYOL RJ 250 Ne 1981 LTURE/CELLS--CULTURE/ABNORMALITIESf SM4KIN6 &VALTH/ GY/TERATOGENS/BIRTH DEFECTS/TISSUE CULTURE (animal)/ Culture Techniques Applicability for Studies on Prenatal Differentiation and Toxicity Fifth Symposium on Prenatal Development May,1981, Berlin Edited by D. Neubert and F#.A:Metk9r,: With the assistance of J. Klein-Friedrich and R. Kreft Walter de G ruyter • Berlin • New York 1981
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50253 8169 M!lk.avs, Ar Mi.- -_ .., CANCER CF T:E LI7:?GS A23D St#KIIlu. RE"1:E W OF 1HE Sa,il:.TZCA7. D:1'A Ly Tag IwF.EYsN LZT::',AT1'RE. ZYualation f.:cms Voprosy On::o2agii, ?.kninErad .~ Ij 1C3W13r, (: ~: ~ ) t~3c~000~ 1-074 g . I
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Mi.L d0 JAMS YAZ2ktff.'•t3J V 'i alls1in S,""1"? (696t ~att) 6c-0~9i (tt '~t) 59 q3t~t •I4nd •t 'itowJ 6aosMa3 astxlsvQ Po* 'R3iP=v.j 'd 'ttY '3»fm8 ';1 =xaqo2 wo3otva 'S pSoiT 'saau;cd °3 asaqo-rY 'g dII-sw 'gImo'I 'R usioz '2love'1 •t OVI'£LZ;I A: 'muS v+~?~,"m H.Lxor, s.-TIu gA mdn xmoaTaud Y `SS'b3SYU S'@'d3d kb'L'ttaZVJrj :a Jfaf}-mn3CC1n .~8
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eibik, E. Z. SL£CTRDPHORLTxC M4gYLM MI'li INTFRAc;'i'?4t+1 OF PARTICL£S, by g, 8, Bxbtk, Y. S. Lavxnv and 0. H. Har?cushev Xclloiaayi Zhesr. 30 (No. 4) 494-495 (July-A,tg. , 1953)--Ia 8ussien with English Scumary
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-_ 50253 816• •-, __ -__ WEEDS--CONTROL/PLANTS--GERMINATION INHIBITORS/ 0 73 II Wa SOME FACTORS AFFECTING DIFFERENTIAL PHYTOTORICITY OF A UdF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD. J. R. Wayland, F. S. Davis, 1a%*4nAW#=g, N. (3': M'erk2d; C, itil. rPob: wson/, Departments of Physics, Range Science, Soil and Crop Sciences Texas A & M University College Station, Texas 77843- , t _~_ 030ot1,o31 0 ~49
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• 50253 8147 , ..~ . ~ - POLLUTION CONTROL/ • ~ ~:. Management and Control of Heavy etals in the Environment f ,;. II Mes-79 S.P. Chemische Rundschau 32. JahrRang 21. November•'1979 Nummer 47 m '1 a Dr. E. Meriant Therwil Bericht uber die Internationale Konferenz «Management and Control ofNe the EnvironmentN vom 18. bis 21. September 1979 am Imperial College in United Kingdom. Gegenuber fruheren Veranstaltungen lag der Schwer• sorptionsspektrome unkt der iConferenz vern~ehrt bei der Umweitchemie-w0 tuny der Probert erf P mit verdi•inntcr 8ai . , Quellen undTranSportvorgange 4~: O ie~ n~u~r~enntnissevoriiegen - und weniger bel en urins durch Lbs~fr.Q e nd{hc' ic en(ii/iicudben auf PAenschen und Tiere nur ' 40 Vortrage oder etwa ein_ Viertei) - wo es offenbar viel
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. XX MeC7-78 S. P. ffects of Temperature and Concentration le Relative 3v/ ` Sweetness of Fructose, Glucose and Xylitol/ .316 ' - -14. A 4) • y Z L •.,. Lea Nyvdnen, Rakd Kurkcla, Pekka Koivlstoincn an t a ~ G 1 De rtment of Fo~ Chcro stry-and Tecluud ay, Univ nity of I ldsink i•F-007101idsink~71 finl n, d, i (Received February 1, 1977,• Accepted February 26, 1977,• lwt 467) ' The effect ojtemperatrrre on the sweetness ojstrcrose and on the relative sweetness ojjructose• glucose and xylitol compared to S, 10 and 20% sucrose references were determined bv an e.rpericnced taste panel using a forced-choice paired comparison metlruJ The e,(f'ect ojconcentration on the relative sweetness of the sweeteners was also estirnated The sweetness ojsucrose was about 10% lower at rejrigerator temperature (S °C) and about 10% higher at 30 °C as compared to the sweetness at 22 • C Temperature had a noticeable influence on the relative sweetness ojjructose. The effect ojconcentrution K•as not signijicaru. T he relative sweetness ojglucose diffcred only slightly with the temperature, but the relati ve sweetness ujglucose at higher concentra- rions was significantly greater than at the lower concentration. Af S• and 22 •C the sweetness oj.r,ylitol,at lower concenuuriynt H as near that ajsucrose. At tlrc higher tcmpernnoes (37 • arrd 30 ° C) the relatir•e sweetness ojxYlitol was somewhat sntaller. T!re relative sweetness ojxylitol was also dreatcr at higher concentrations than at 3% kvel at every rcmperature studier4 0 3 0 0n .0 3 1 0 9 8
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50253 8157 HICkOFILH 131 . -.IStr3ft,, xlftt' . c13PM1CAj STULrZES OF naLmMGRY R'DUill, MIMllti :`i'Tr°,I,LY INDUCED (Docto:a.1 Diss3rtc.tion Setica, Publication No.: 15,148) 1935 Cnivsraity Hicrofi2css Ann Arbor, :fich. 0 o.3 oo~o~ t o~z
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Soas3 8168 WEEDS--CC~MITROL/ 73 II Wa UMF FIELDS FOR VEGETATION CONTROL--A SURVEY OF CURRENT PROGRESS. . -- ----• F. • S. Davis, J. R. WayLand and X. C. ::er3c1e - • Vice-p.asicent ?nytox Co.pora;.ioa, ' . _ :;~:. • ''. Assisi.allt ?:GfCssoY and Professor • • - - Texas A: X University '' • _ ' • College Station, Texas . _ ,.= . , . • • ~ ---.~----~-__-__ __.______ . .~~.,~,,, _ • ..~,_,~ • a 3 n 0 n 0 3 t 0 7 3 .~.
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JWWUGN" Morris, Philip Incorporated, Richmond, Va., U. S. - IMERIZ k. Aat-' IDEALR CIGARETTB?- - PHILIp HORRIS CLAIMS~ NEW HR~IIID IS BRF.AK1' • Morris, Philip Inc., News Release, Richmond, Va. (1976) (In English) j eAbstr. int Winston-Salem Sentinel, 1976, p. 6, (May 19, 1976)* 1'hil'ip Aturris and other com• + p•rilcs are heavily promoting their' luvr4ar brands. not only tu make money ta I per cent slwre of Ahe market means , sates uf $75 million) but. ~ perhaps inure importantly,.to; ~ grt uff the defensive. "ivhere they've been since the U.S. I O•urgcun general's. report in 1964 linking cigarettes 'cancY~r and other diseases,~o J
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i a~ a.-x 40ap ~~/(~' - -,z) tr .' ~-Z t~L '' l~ rsC[/~Cj •LL~ +C!"~ o~J 4L¢~(j i, e~ / oe~ i'n o~w.P1+y , l.f ~C AiGR-~ lstc ~'c ~i.Gtt C!/_~-~t..•'f Y'' • SOURCL•' 1300K ul houiivc 7h~• aUorney s rurclc w:ELU. inrorma lion. cxJvrls, aad ronsuh:tnr. ,, . -- ~ LAWYEIZS' , Q . - /,,I ! . 4Z~1c co . T`'~ - - ~ 1 l ~,, - - ~'..~G,.,z~;., ~ ~.~ ale-4~ ' ' ~~~ ~ ~ f~ i x~~ ~ hs Ro-v Mtt.t tai \'QLL:N1 [i 2 f If _ ~ . 1971
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S 50253 8148 t'' `~ ,;--- -1i+rkrC I ('. R. .1cad, tic. I':tri., 1. 285 (17 cirtuhrc 1977)P)O -7 J'7 -7 297 78 III Gh AN EFFECT OF THE PARTICLE SIZE OF LATINUM SUPPORTED ON INORGANIC OXIDE ' CARRIERS ON THE CHEMISORPTION OF ITRIC OXIDE. (;ATALAs'. -/:%Ji•I c%• ln luillc• clctv parlic•u/c•s clc• plcrlrac• .~rq,pc,ryr /,cn• /c•.r r,.Fi clr.~ urinc1ran c mrr/u c•hinti.cr.r/,liT,rr dtrnrnnrr.vrJc• r_l'a_ule. Nott: (*) tle,Vrtlclh:uttid (:horbcl. Can I It>am~-~•:tn, • . .. . ~~rltttsldt~te~~t Stanislas Jcttn Tcichncr, transmisc par M. Adolphe I'acault. I I Un coniact pralungc cntrc Ic monoxydc d'azwe ct des c:ctal)•.curs au platinc suppurt:, tincmcnt dicpersF& conduit 'a ta funn:ttion d'un complcxc paramagnctiquc. prohablcmcnt de la Inrnic Pt,/ 0 N, NO Crcomptcw nc scmble >c rormcr que stir des pctits criaallitcs mctalliqucx d'un Jiamitrc de IS 5 20 A cn.•irun. Cc 0-sullat constituc ainsi un cxcmple dc chimisorption scnsiblc ii la structurc. a I Lcs mctaux noblcs (hlatinc, rhocliunt, ...) suppurtcs par Ics ux)•clcs min&aux sont aPlklcs a juucr un rcilc imlxortant dans Icdutnaincdc la Iuttc contrc la hulrutiunl dunt un des uhjcctifs cu I'climinatiott des oxydes cl'azotr des gaz d'cehaplntncnt. II c,t tiunr r:rticulicrcmcnt intcres•,tnt de caractcriser I'6at de NO acJsorM: :i trmh&.uureambictntc sur Irs mctaux de 0 3.,i.omira dt(rla oc. 3 _ ~ 0 , A/npg rrntraer hrlu-rrn nirrir e.ridr aur/ /inrlt' Ji.cprr.rrrl .arppurtrd plruinrru, c•urulems /rw/.c rn the . 0 jnrnwrirwr qf a/raranruqnrlir runrplrx. prrmnrnuh/r n/' rhr (urn, i't/ 7 hi.c r nmplr.r srrrrrs n, hr ~f`U fUINNYI ,.n/r aa .amll plruinuru rrr.clallir,•s n% a Jirani•:,•r nf 1hr rrrdrr nj 15-20 A. ITris rr.c,rlr is rhus an fNanl/rlr PI a srrtllAlrr d~7JSiliPC' r/N7N7SOr/NIiNr. ~ ~ .•
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~ _<..._. . .. .- - T ~~ T5 aatnor "" 2240 E Endemsmt, W. DF't TAA»,.y: ANEis.U U.:D TK^t;i{.*I'J`JG IN DEF: DL'UTSCHEZI DEriJM%TISCifFN R.'?Pl?BLIX, by W. Endemer.n, J. Merker, C. Wa.ide«an,n and P. Serger. (Tobacco - A Rev.ew of the GrcWing aad Curing Methods in tbe German Bemocratic Republie (East Germany). ) 1963 128 p. iT$8 Deutseber LEndsrirtscraft3vicerlag Eerlin
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--- -ft 50253 ele6 78 XI Ad -81 S.P. lMri ",S RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 78 XI Adl-81 s.p. ~. (Stan Merritt Advertising) THERE, THEY'VE SAID IT ACA IN. Magazine Age p. 14, 16, 18, 21 (Oct. 1981) (in English) Advertising has one basic function: to move a brand off the shelf. Product advertising that runs without its very own positioning and a strong selling proposition will be lost in the clutter. Twenty million dollars' worth of advertising that simply glorifies a package or mirrors 'another brand's identity is an expensive extravagance.... 03oan 03 t:091 - 0
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OP CHEMICAL KINL•TIC3, VOL. VII, 39-44 (1975) Hydroben Abstraction by Fluorine Atoms Under Conditions of Thermal Initiation: Hydrocarbons and Fluorinated Hydrocarbons v RONALD G. MANNING,* EDWARD R. GRANT,• NORRIS J. PARKS,t and JOHN W. ROOT# Dcpartmtnl of Clumislry and Crocka Nuclear Laboralory, University of CaliJorrtia, • Davis, CotiJornia 95616 . Abstract
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74 X Fr TOBACCO--S*tOKINf:-=PSYCfi0L0GY/ 50253 8172. RJR CLASS NO. PrMFHLFT 74 X Fr-. Fracchia, J. ; Sheppard, C. ; Me.X1.3s-i 3j (Central Islip State, Demographic Special Studies Unit, Res. Div., 1 Cent. Islep, N. Y., U. S.) EARLY CIGARETTE SMOKING ANi) A~JG USE: SOME C0:•LMCNTS, DATA A.ti•D THROUGHTS. Psycholog. Rept. 1974 (No. 34) 371-74 (1974) (in English) *1974, No. 12, 114819* *d* Tobacco medicine: .
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50253 8180 • Q Nxio3As A. ~ - A L"OaCISE E2iCYCIAP.AEDIA OF MBTALLI3RGY 1965 1173 pages MacDonald ead Evaaa, Ltd. London ~K- s7"71-.E:aT t~ a "a 3
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. 50253 8175 ~ ~ M'1-' ~.0 Meiory, Juseph. ~ bc ~~•lr4~h Food ffiworings: composition, mAnufacture, I rad uF Westport, Conn., Avi Pub. Co.,13f0(?c-); y,-tr l9M (/Q~ ' fIpL) !, sal p. 151us. 24 cm.~ $ p. ` Inclndea bibliogreyhr.
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--- HerMll, Annabe2 L. 9 jt, aut. " 1Si~ , ~2lt±, B^a2'11iCB K. CO!MrGiATIC'i OF Fi}tv"75 - RAW* PRQCF.S8ED9 IREPAMD;, by F3ornics K. wstt and annsbel L. r:arrtll. U. S. Dept. "g:ic. , Agric. Res, Sa^°~r. , Conaw.a~- aM Food F: an, ass, Di., sA3ria, Heindbenk No, 8. Dec. 1963 190 p. warb.ingtan, D. C.
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• s0as3 e166 ' 73 II Wa • ......-l: .. ~ ... _.. . .. • _- .. , - ~ ?/ ~ , F. S. Davis ~ and '?:: • C. -?Ierk1e J. R. t.'ayland? Depertments` of Physii.,a Ran Sr i . • , ge c ence, Soill and Crop Sciences -. .-.. : Texas A&M University; •. College Station, Texas .77843 0 3 0 0 t1 0 3: 1 0 7" 1 GEMINATION INHIBITORS/ TOXICITY OF'A U1HF DEVICE TO PLANT-SEEDS IN SOIL. 0
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PROTEINS--STRUCTURE,;PT.A/FLAVORANTS--ANALYSIS, PT.A/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--MASS SPECTROMETRY PT.A & B/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--MASS SPECTROM~TRY, PT.a/' HYDROCARBONS, POLYCYCLIC--DETERMINATION, PT. 0/ QC 451 Me PRACTICAL SPECTROSCOPY ASER/fSI ,,eQ,3, Artg rars a [m...e c. e.wn.. .w. Ewtonw. Ch.m7aNt D.p..tm.nt Eao.•1m.ntM St.c+on E. I. pu tiont d. PMmows.nA Co.. Inc. WiMninywn• D.4war. ! Mass Spectrometry edited by Ch1K'I0- /.ii c.oo Scr~cs uoaaw, U S A.Mt N.uek /4waIcn.n0 pwoopTe•. •_oTTr~ •~ . U S psD+nwwlf 01 A 14TKb MaN~~sirr: Charles N. McEwen 6NmN R~Cn.nO 00.0 a V.^^... E.Y.nm.nu+ Staoo•• EI du hMt n. M.ewws.na ce Mc w.nn.npon. oN..a..
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50253 8161 *(Ein Beitrag ztir chemischen Geiztriebheminung nach dem Kopfen des Tabaks. bct•u ttwvI in ILr l..1).It. lu rrohuv th:• }lrotrllt of {;r;t•.a rnt Lt%vt:x. h+t,< provos I tn 1N• tt good DTitlzitl 36. a ap^u urpu-mnx t•nittlxion of llirthituoluntittt•-ttut1t•ir: h~ ~hytxiQr• ahivlt r+o fnr httx II vnt•iun tvttri Kivrn iu tTtr• t:.U.K.. L nuu:r•x in tolnut•o wi11 IM• 16•t;uliz:+l nn t•sr•r•Ltliun'tl Ih rt::ia~iutt for tltu ume in tut,:tccu ettlli- 1rs I11ut„ Q •. ti(tU hhu rlrrupy) iuuta.li;tN•ty n'tt•r tt:ltltiny;; tu1til HiII•r+ ltit••tolu- Itt 1977 \Ltllill :111 ..•u% tti•Ir ur~rl ft+r •urkr•r inltilti:irnt in tnlHtrti•ct culhtn;v nt t1ue rntv of or cveu vnry gilrNl itihit,ittsr uf t/IINIW'A xtlPkt•r y;rc:ttth. inc0 .1Iz 6 u rvels•mir murkrr r•untrul ut;rnt thwn• utv nn tliffit•ulliex in tui•eluuazetl trrnl ttu:utx. additive. In firltl tt•Ml:c 14001 tu1N:«rr rur•k.•r rotttrol agrntrr curric tI out from 1971 to 1977 following f °' *Ke4words:*'malzid 30 (diethaaolamine-maleic:hydrazide tobacco, -- - -i:~_..._• ---_ VII Re-79 " S.P. . . .;.. :. •. ~ , .. • .~. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VII Re-79 s.p. ~~ Stortzer, T. : : : ... ,.j '• \Y'I1'AG~+A~.~LALL11\.l~G 1'li(.aLUGiVGL ~/iY i.UUOnRVII{.VL, YLa:.'~ua....~ VGL.J - j ~ JING TOPPING OF TOBACCO ? t CH17UICAL SUCKER CONTROL F01 L07 ~~~•Trist. Tabakforscli. 1977/78 (No. 24/25) 5-37 (1977/78) (in German with English summary) ; . , yttltx u~•n •• ubtitnu•d: n•
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..~-a:cl:,i.>n~..Y'f-~Or~..~.:..x:~sa.:~ .h I I Mem]A,' A,* j., j C. aut .• Ro Rosi, D. A POSSIBLE METABOLIC BASIS POR 1'fi$ SC$ISTOSOHICIDAL ACTIpIIq OP MIRASA,V Ah'D N- (3-C2:LOB0-4-3'iE'`l'YLPHE2JXL)- , PIPERAZINi, by D. Roei; A. J. Merola, and S. Archer Life Sci. ¢, i433-1437, (1967) o3~~nc~3 0 7 9
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1 50253 8197 k. f J'- _.~_-.. . INFANTS/BIRTH WEIGHT/PREGNANCY/SMOKING AND HEALTH/ ~TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ RJ 1 250 Fetal Growth ~. Mi in Humans : 1979 Q 3 o Q e 4. 3 1 0 Herbert C. Miller, M.D. Professor uf Pediatrics University of I:unsa. Medical Center. College of Ilcalth Sciences and Hu.pital I:an+rs City, tiansa. i ::T: Altorr. IlAerritt,I M. D. I . ~ Ac.i.tant 1'rufc%.~~r nf 1'ediatrit and of Ob.tctric• and C;%nrcol. 101 University of Kochr.tcr SchooI I It ~ \ledicine and Drnti+trv flnchc.tcr. New lorl. YEAR BOOK MEDICAL PUBLISHERS, INC. CHICAGO • LONOON F*. I .....~.,.~~.~~... ._ _ __ - ,
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50253 8193 . R. Aiiey, Robert L. REPLICAYXOK UECTROtt MICROSCOPY OF aELLULOSB ACQ'!'As'E 0;'iOTIC ME.'~tURANES, 'ely Robert L. Riley. Ulrich tdertea a0d J. 0. Garduer
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-. -~-~= 50253 8190 ~ . BIBLIOGRAPHY--MF.DICTNI-:/MEDICINE--BIBLIOGRAP1iY/ DIEDICINE-PERIODI CALS / . I - i. I -h . A.~MANUAL ON ~~.~~it~~ QAV/DA KRONICK MEDICAL LITERATURE LFSUE w. sHERIDAN FOR 1L4W 1riBl\t'1RIA1 V.7. A Handbook & Annotated Bibliography VmauW by / y7s QCEAIYA lUBLtCA?iONS, ING fOR GLANVILLE lUB11Si1fJtS. UVG DOESS FYRRY, NEW YORK 1l73 , 0 _.....,..-..,...~.-,. ...._ _ .. ..~- _- _. _ -._ ____.-_._-._...... _,--- ..--.-...~ ----- t 0 3 0 0 n 0 3 1 0 9 5
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PHOTOMECHANICS AND PRINTING ,_..- ~ ~ fiL 'Ch R i , ,,_.....,04.•..,.a -..-~ .. 117 .1. S. l:i;l::1a Ai.iA CiO::d :23 V_.;;ai l,40L1..~ PuL7A.1J.:A.:~ Co. Chi.^.F.Ca,
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• TP 156 ae 3 ~ lkste,e.v. Ultic3. (.dJ3 } f D!., L DESALINATION BY REVERSE OSMOSIS. 11 1966 289 pages The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambsidge, Mass 03n0n~~i.d97
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.. -7...:r~.^.-.,.+1-., YL •.v-'e,s w4~ _.• •a:; n::r. :W"r':'s-•._..c te Rfi+rY•. ,.., 3: .s r.n ;e<.n.:.:...k.....~. ,w,~~ rence -~er~eiey~ Laaoratory ~. W - ,, d,`. '&~tpA.=g?'k ~ ; 1! -,°~ et ~ s , ..~ . -r,.: , # t = ORN A I I
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50253 8197 * , Qp !' MertB, Edwin Tbeodoie. 514 Plant and nninial biochemistry, by E.W. Mertz ]4 and J.Y. Porter. Miuneapolis, Minn., Burgess, 1949. 0 3 n 4 nn3 t. v, 198 p. 28 cm.
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: `Lehrer,~ J.; Richmond, J.; ~78.XI Ad-79. S.P. 1. ':. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XI Ad-79 s.p. ~ -- .. . . - `l - . Y . " . '. \ .. ~- . . S. Surgeon General; Tobacco Inst., Washington, D. C., U. S.) - (U.• " ; . "'THE MACNEIL/LEH1tER REPORT. "SMOKING: FIFTEEN YEARS LATER 9) (in _ one progran~Jan. 11, 191 1979, Televisi R t l/Leh e c _ . ep ., rer N i Ma ..ThP avi r~c+nnp i c r~ncv nveiwnelmin2 that English)~ r.--- -:there is a conriect3on tiatween sm. okin- - - -g and several deadly diseases, par- `"Iticularly cancer and heart disease. That was the major conclusion of h 'evidence is still not conclusive, and accused the government, particular- .11particularly to the dangers of smoking to women, teenagers, and even the junborn children of smoking mothers, among others. It also laments the fact that no universally successful method has yet been found to help ~people quit smoking. The tobacco industry attacked the report immedi- ately, before it was even issued, in fact, claiming that the scientific I of that original Surgeon General's report which first warned of the 'health hazards of smoking. The new 1,200-page report sounds the alarm ann versary _..la new Surgeon General s report issued today, the fifteent lif f `" ' ano,a stag ly Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Joseph Ca ':ing a publicity stunt. Tonight, with the Surgeon General and a tobacco 'industry spokesman, the new report and a flavor of the debate about it. ~Robert MacNeil is on assiEnment; Charlayne Hunter-Gault is_in New York. _Charlayne? , . - -.•, • .. 0 3Q' 0003149a.
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50253 8204 RM 300 MORPHINE AND MORPHINE SUBSTITUTES/OPIATES/BARBITURATES/ . DRUG ABUSE/CANNABINOIDS/ CAFFEINE/NICOTINE--PHAR%fACOLOGY/'. . . . 1976 COCAINE/MARIHUANA/LYSERGIC.' ACID DIETHYLAMINlI t -- DRUGS--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/' i. : DRUGS--METABOLISM/AMPHETAMINES/MESCALINE/~ Fhys6oEogyc Disposa~~on of Drugs of Abuse Louis Lemberger, M.D., Ph.D. • S P Books Division of SPECTRUM PUBLICATIONS. INC. ; ond Ncw York 1)istributed by. I lalstcd Press Alan Rubin, Ph.D. A I)ivision of John Wiley & km. both of the Ncw York Toronto London Sydncv lLilly Laboratory for Clinical Research Vishard Memorial Hospital - w 0r 3 n a,d ' e Ir!liiarGUn0ersi~ Sclool Af MAicir~ ~ Indianapolis, Indiana s .._-~_. ~.,..~,,....-r.~.n.~.
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50253 8201 r 1 . , __- . . - ~ ~ . . . . ~ VII 2•iel ' ~ATS~i~lQ de ; fts ~.~cR..,~~xo: ~~xo:~ (r,r:M".:r~cN) CV PROSPHOW3 ArID Qrlim lInTMAL 2Lt.~`wi~~S BY Lr^rAVEa IIID)E2t THE INT`L1JEe1ICE OF R~ r-i, So. AfMcaa 1, of uci. 12 (No. ?) 16742 (FecMA7 19-M) i ?^q`tll9F . • . p 3 ~ A n 0 3 t l A 4 9
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--- . • . ' _ .... _ .. . . .- .. .. . . .•.. ~...:~: <-,~:.. .~~ ..;.~...... 7 3 ; g.l£ COtiPIJTERS jC:ATA F'.t')CESSY"IG SYSTLy;S1 50253 B179 ' INFORNSATIUN STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS--CO,1PUTERIZED/ A novct consputcr-soarchablc rc7ic•ec».ation for tllc Ci,runun. AC`% 16(!~t*)21 hQ-8? (Y.1.q1'3three basic pictorial fcatures, contour maps, rcnisris j~ ~,.~ r~ J~,~~ +~{ ~~~ ~ f coverage, and line struclures, Is ucscribed. The ' ~ ~ ' t, L representation, which has practical storage rcquircmeni ~a~~~ur~ and provides a rapid means of searclsin;; large Gles for dat.i associated with geometric position as well as aith ~ t -~ ~~ a:iiui::.: Zn::i.'~..: : «rp~icatior: of tf::- r.°Pr!`stLt'.:tio.^.,i, R~'i~l_Q11S ~.or EffiCi~lt"handlinR terrain information illustrates its utility. T(ri S~Y1 {- ` ~ ~ afgebrxic properties of the data structure make it ~111pu l.vr S~~-t rCli/ computationally easy to determine nhcthcr a point li~s K•iqrn a closed boundary; compute the area ~ ~ contained by a closed boundary; generate the - Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory closed boundary representing the union or intersecttath 0 tK•o-dimensional patterns, computer graphics, prarhic display C 32! 3'3 379 635 able structurc, t;raphic data rctrict:tl, graphic iart:guar of two closcd boundarscs; and dctcrrr.mc the ~ neighboring bdundariFs to a point and the minim:r.q ' distattccs between them and tfic point. Key Wordc and I'hrases: contour map rcpreseata- tion, region boundary rcprescntstion, computcr-scarch-
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50253 8146 76 I H,a-80 , -•; . 2-39-80 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ON MAR2CET TIMIIJG AND/INVESTMENT PERFOIiMANCE PART I s AN EQUILIBRIUM THEORY OP VALUE FORI/?vlARKET FORECASTS ~ :...,.:... -- - Alfred P. Sloan School of Management INDUSTRIAL LIALSOV PROGRe1ti1 , 0 3 0.a n o-$ I lot 0
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75 VII He TOBACCO--CHROMOSOMES/ 50253 8180 •R.1R CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 VI: Me ?ieftitt,r'i7: PR. ; Burns, J. A. (Univ. N. C. Wilmington, Biol. Dep., Wilmington, N. C., U. S.) CHROMOSOME BANDING IN-NICOTIANA OTOPHORA WITHOUT DENATURATION AND RENATURATION. . µiv, Tobacco Reprint Series No. 461, 1974) Jour. Hcred ty 65 (No. 2) 101-103 (Mar./Apr. 1974) (in En$lish). *1975, No. 3, W 965* *d* Tobacco agriculture: 0 3 OO~iI3 1 089
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- - a'; ~----- ....~-''--'..~...u i ~ I• 50253 8183 ~ I I I. 74 Z7CII Re-74 ' Bf S d t d J 716ureau oanarsour, of Resegrch 10 ' TUs rsper is in response to numerous inquiries for details of the method d By ceoe"44--' MacftV.a= ~ 4t~'Z~4u: • '- Year ???)' ' 5975( RPS1 S 111Z- IIN'I'f.RFERENCE METHOD OF MEASURING THER- MAL FJXPANSION •., „,kV*a st this bureau and dcscribcd in Scientific Papers Nos. 393 and 955, and #,„l..1 s;tielcs in outside publicat:ons. It is intended as a rnanual for the u:n #f ekce a•ho aish to tne.uure tt-crmai ecpansions by tre intc:feroinctric method. ts i.eh. a more co:nricte description of the apilaratus end methods developed taw be iacludcd than would be tn order in a pr.pcr dealing primarily with the s.e„tts uf a µkrticular fet of n,casurements. Thc ahparatus, method of mnkinF s,,ic'rasn.", forms for laliog data, and computation of dsta, each is the Fubjcct .f & sarefut ezposttioa. An appendix contains tables ard special calculations. : CONTENTS ~ ' • ' ' ' ' • • ' . - • ' Y.[. - f. Introductioo.--------•-•-----------•----------= --- 59 iL Construction 61 . 1. TNefurnace------------------------------------------ 61 2. Tcrnpcr.wtre rricasurinc cpplrAtus---------------------- 61 ~ 3. The tllurcinatirm vict:ing apparatus ....................... 64 ~ • tiL YrLparation and adjust;u:nt of the specimon -------------------- 66 1 I. lypcs of samplc-------------------------------------- 66 F . 2. ~lcthods of preparation.-.--.-----.----.----•-- .--- 3. Adjust:ncnt------------------------------------ ...... 66 67 4. Introducing the specimen into the furnaco ............... 68 111. Observations to be made bcforc startinc the run-------- --_ 68 I I
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50253 8203 NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/ ANALGESICS/PEN'lMAREITAL/PENTAZOCIN~/T.F,A "IING;HiJlfAN/ 3~ Drug Discriminaon Ho and 1978 State Dependent Learni~g ' PSYCHOPHARMACOT.OGY/SENSORY DISCR I~*-QNATION/PHARMACOT.OGY/~ STIMULANTS/AMPHETAMI;*1ES/I~SCALIN~/SEROTONIN/ETHANOL/ DEPRESSANTS/CANNAAINOIDS,J-..: .- .:/ANTAGO*TISTS/ ACADEMiC• PRESS Ncw York San Francisco London A SMbsidtwy oJ HOKOYrt Brace Jovonovtc/Y. Publishern, . . ...~ 1 0 3 A p R 0 3 1 0 8 EDITED BY 4 BENG T. HO Tcaa Research lintitwe of Menta! Sciences .nd The Univtrsity oJ Texas BedtAScience Center at Ilonston DANIEL W. RICHARDS, III /loaalow Coeemunity College DOUGLAS L. CHUTE Usiwnity oJ Houston
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I Mel ~~ X", (1969) 50253 8200 Yoes, 1m il... ~...... TriE OB.TECTI6E ASSBSSMaIT OF HONEY AROMA BY GAS CHF.UMATOGf;t.PtiY Jour. of Agriculture Resaarch 2(ho. 1) 55-61 (196z) 0 ~' O ~r7 l! ~ 1 7 O O.
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Merck & Ca., Inc. , Merck ChenicPl Divisfen jL^:Q1A3xZ, NV HOftIZONS. 1966 :pp pAhwav, hev ,7ersey
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taa~d •a una axT"aaTj • n iq • (am-;.,_aonu 30 van~a~a .~ryr aup nc aoqzzeaaG;; P.Q hOI.LVOI?IBVA . y'T $il$ szY".'c"it''.T..IML3'Ldld.?~ S'dTT.7a`i31i.3e(H (6961) , hgaH xx ~ ~ 60t8_FSZOS . ...~
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0 50253 8173 I . O 1980 EHeviedNorth-Moll.nd liomedical Press -~ ' . The Prcdictirs Value of Short•Term Scrcenind Tests in 77 ~ ~fl Carcinogenkity Eraluadon, G.M. Williams et al. eds. 81 II R ; = 7 7 e~ THE BALNDNELLI MUTAGENICITY AND THE E. COLI P0L A+/P0L A1- REPAIR ASSAYS: 0 Department of Microbiology, New York Medical College, Valhalla, N.Y. 10595 Joseph C. Wilson Center for Technology, Xerox Corporation Rochester, N.Y. 14644 (U.S.A.) Microbial assays for predicting carcinogenicity have been in use for . several years.now and although they are continuously being improved, the data base currently being developed will allow an assessment of the pre- dictive value of these assays. Indeed several international programs rr tly nd ay ill probably put the final touches on various validatior+ 0 3 ~ - ` ~-.-a~~: i EVALUATION OF RELEVANCE TO CARCINOGENESIS
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IMMOBILIZED ENZYMES FOR a INDUSTRIAL REACTORS Fundamental Life Sciences Applied Chemistry and Biology Technical Staffs Division Corning Gloss Works Sullivan Park Corning, New York Academic Press NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO LONDON 1975 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers . 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 1 12 2
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50253 8202 <<~ 1 ~14 . _____, s I:,K 300 Fo I 1~ ~~ .~, i`;-o;`j Fortschritte der Arsaeimittelforschuag. Prugregs in drug reaearch. Progres des recherches pharmaceutiquee. v. 1- Basel, Birkhauser, 1959- illus. 25cad. Editort 1959s S. Juc'ae= 1 I 1 i I
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50253 e a I 1 1974 , ~ 117 Ni H CaEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--INSTRU:fENTS/CtIFMICAL APPARATUS/ELECTRONICS/ ULTRAVIOLET ABSORPTION SPECTRA/VISIBLE ABSORPT,*ON SPECTRA/ FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY/PHOSPHORESCENCE/I`IFRARED SPECTROSCOPY/ RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY/NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY/ 11 ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE/R-RAYS--SPECTROMETRY/RADIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS/ . FLAME EMISSION SPECTOMETRY/ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY/REFRACTOMETR?. EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY/INTERFEROMETRY/POLARIMETRY/MASS SPECTROMETRY/ OPTICAL ROTATORY DISPERSION/THERMAL ANALYSIS/GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS-GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/POTENTIOMETRIC ANALYSIS/,., pH DETERAQNATION/POLAROGRAPH AND POLAROGRAPHY/ELECTROLYSIS/ COULOMETRIC ANALYSIS/AMPEROMETRIC TITRATIONS/CONDUCTIMETRIC A.*1ALYSIS/`:~ 5 i t . mra . MEWMd W&Ta0DT ©T i h f em C AqD pirofssc• Em.ritus o Z- 1lpgppT H. y1RU,stry C LV%W4, iWR1AtfT,j,jF*~ Professaw of Chemistry hdiani Un'wersiry JOHN A. Dt?IW Protessor of Chemisulr 1Jnivwrsity of Tennessee at KnoxviUe 0. VAN NOSTRAND COMPANY wr. r«! cineMiw raa~u L odo~ MM Univenitr of Mid~qan 0 Oei.e. • i - - '~; &, U °UIiU Fift Editiow r
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•t t t 1 / ; TS 555 So 1976 ARCHER AFML-TR-76-128 4. TITLF. (and SuEt/(l.) RESEARCH ON CHARACT,ERIZATION OF • SOLID SURFACES ANDSdURFACE INTERACTION % PHENOMENA 7. AUTNOR(.) J. S. Solomon, -J:,A:. Me`scher, T. J. Wild, T. P. Graham, and R. G. Keil !. PERiORMING ORGANIZATtON NAME AND ADDRESS University of Dayton Research Institute. 300 College Park Avenue Dayton, Ohio 45469 11. CONTROLLING OFFICE NAME AND ADDRESS Air Force Materials Laboratory (AFIti:L/MBM) Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories Air Force Systems Command Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Ohio 45433 14. MONITORING AGENCY NAME 6 ADDRF.SS(I( d1Rer.nt (rom Conrrol/ing O((te.) kL 50253 8205 • f. TYPE OF REPORT • PERIOD COVERED Final Report ? 1 Mar 73 -'29 Feb 76 6. PERFORMING ORG. REPORT UDRI-TR-7F,-25 NUMBER S. CONTRACT OR GRANT NUMBER(.) F33615-73-C- 5099 1 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT.P?O)ECT, TASK AREA 6 WORK UNIT NUMBERS ' 73400217 12. REPORT DATE J ,jlv_ 197_6__ 13. NUMBER OF PAGES 255 15. SECURITY CLASS. (o( thla report) Unclassified 15.. DECLASSIFICATICN/DOWNGRADING SCNEDU~.E 16. D:STRIBUTION STATEMENT (o( tAl. R.porl) -• Distribution limited to U.S. Government agencies only; (test and evaluation)'. A1y n] 970 Qthej r4iuelts tor(lais document must be referred to the Air < Force Materials Laboratory, Nonmetallic Materials Division, AFML/MB, wYi ohk-Fatt+~~Retk~s ~st~~.-Il•aser Ohin ~5433-.- _
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50253 8214 Coh.:n, R. M J°Y AI1D Pl'!!CTICE OF THE ANAI.YTICAL .,, TFjFL'yATICN OF AN AC'1'IVE SIIBST°,ATE- C" ffiiZYlu3 CO:~.'LEX, by Cohen, R. ; B. Giraud and A. hyssiFh. I
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~ Eurepe/Frar.ce/Great eritaln/M'es: Germanv/ltaiv/Sweden/ 50253 8188 a x t 1 d I sj l a/ s i i/~t f i I n t 1 t t ct..er an s w. zer n r+t st ca . anu actur nR at oaa .+ 7 institute of Economlc and Social Research, Creat Sritain/ Bureau d'Tnforc.ations et de Previsions Econcniques, France? Centre de Recherches et de Documentation sur la Consonrmation. France/Institut fur Wirtschaftsforschung, West Germany/ Deutsches Institut fur Wirtschaftsfarschung, West Germany/ Ministero del Bi1ancSo--e--dti,22a-ProEramnazione Economics, Italy/ National~tdic'Development1Jffite,~Great~tain/ ~'` w ' 3 ~ ~'C~:1 St..~...~L~:.'"~aW'C.•.c:~:• O ~1 O /~ n Ir 'ZLOi RAb-:, SERVICE 4,-.-i ~ By: Emif'= 3~E?Ihi~srid"Th'3`m~'~'~. ertriCt~ _,,j '[1.'iJ'CM :0) OC~`1 Sut::;E:'~ L=:~ oiN.'~Wew Stanford Research Institute
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Hiatt, H. H., WAtson,,J. D., Winsten, J. A. 1977. ORIGINS OF HUMAN CANCER, ' Book. C. IHUMAN -RISK ASSESSMENT (Cold Spring Harbor Conferences on Cell Proliferation, vol. 4)Cold Spring,Harbor Labor•a4ory: . 77 11 I Re-78 ' S.P. y he Sa/mone/la/Microsomc~ Mutagenicity Test: PrerJictivo r m~ e P. Moteau and IL Dcvorct y ` m, i n e s +'~~ E. Ilubcrtnan Compans ns of Carcinocdenic and Mutagenic Potency ~te Transformation of Numan•Diploid Cells by Chemical and I<. ftus;oil ~~ Carcinogens V Identification of Carcinogens by Mutagen Testing In T. Kakunafla Drosophila: The Relative fieliability for the Kinds of Genetic I~omparison of Tects for Mutagenicity or Carcinogenicity Damago Measured _„ Using Assays for Sperm Abnormalities, Formation of E. vogcl Micronuclei, and Mutations in Salmonella VUnschedused DNA Synthesis of Human Cells as a Short-lerm J• A• Heddle and Y/• n. aruco Loct by Melabolically Activated Carcinogeme Polycyclic ot Prophage A in Escherichia coli K12 tl droc~rbons in Cultur d Ma f'a C II ' `/ f'otential Carcittogens Tested by Induction and Mulagenesis J~ ~1cCann aud D• N• Amcs / iral Antigen Induction and Mutability of Different Genetic Value for Animal Carcinogenicity Ass')y/for Chemical Carcinogens tl• ~~Stich,ji. tiA san, P. LA , J. Koropatnlck; and i Lo v ~ \, lA/ VA ~'7! 1 1. Oncogenic Trans'ormation of Rodent Cell Lines b Chemical Carcinogens C• Ioidclbcrgcr
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50253 8218 p D11iOBIL:ZED R.NAase BY ADSORPTION ON POROUS GLASS . !DY .y.RALPId'A. M ES31N-G (Ra. and Dr.•r.:oDnunt Lal.oretc.rits. Corning Glass il'orks, Cornr+jg. New )'o.k t 4534, L'SA ) (r%itb ] fig.) Introduction The immobilization of enzymest-1G has enhanced the potential applications of these labile biocatah•sts in processing and for sensors. Tbe three rr.aior a6•antages of this technique are: (a) immobiiized enzymes do not contaminate the product; (b) the reaction tnay be terminated irnmediatelv by the removal O~nOAQ3 t. ! 2~
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I .-11 ~,- r Advances in _ ~;~~OIfi~C COTlf'AiIN~ THIENOTHIOPHENES/TkiIOPHENES/.,2,3-TRIAZINES/ QD 400 Ad 1976 I ' CHEMISTRY . 50253 8209 ' + HETEROCYCLIC Academic Press • . New York A. R. KATRITZKY :! A. J. BOULTON Volume 19 Edited by San Francisc A$ubaidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovicb, Publishors 0 3 ~ o n o 3 t I~ 4 School of Chemicel Sciences University ofEatt Anglia Nonu'uh, England
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50253 8213 ~~- -. I I 'a-ftesalf; c: B::RrSOHOpF-SALVIA (sALVIA HorimJM). (Saly3a Phot~o3tat Fioae ScaweSza 8S6neri Ztg. Ms 5g3 (Dsoa 1959) 43npnt~3 1 -t t ~
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50253 8210 ,bJj Vnl.. $1. NU. 34 /1A 0 III Du2 77 S.P. JOURNAL Oh_(iEOPHYSICAL R(:SL'ARCII i Mesospheric Ozone Measured From Ground-Based ,Millirneter Wave Observations H. pENFIEI.D, M. M. L.ITVAK, C. A. CiOTTIJEB, ANI) A. E. LILLEY Ctnttr for Astrnphrfics. Narcnrd Colltgt Obsert+atory• and SnrltAsonlan Astrophysical Obsert.~arory. Cambridge. Massachusetts 02118 Nighttime to daytime variation of the mesospheric ozone abundance was measured by means or the 110.g-GFiz O, rotational line during February 1975 with a ground-bascd radio tclescope located at 31'N, 10i'W. The-daytime and nighttime frequency profiles were treated by a numerical inversion mcthod to obtain the altitude distributions of the ozone mixing ratio. The dawn mcsospheric 03 decay was observcd to occur during a 50-min interval during sunrise. The early -daytime reduction of O, column density is approximately 3.4 X ItY` cm'' above 60 km and is 1.0 X 10'• em-' above 50 km, both being a reduction by a factor of about 2 over tre nighttime column densities. , I INTRODUCriri>v - tude. dependence of the volume mixing ratio of the O,, while This paper reports ohscrvations of or-onc self-emission dur•• the contributions from above 72 km all lic within a resolution- ing day and night. the derived distributions for day and night, limited Doppler profile which only yields the column density and a com uison with previously detcrntincd ozone distribu- of O, above this altitude, except for a reasonable estimate of lions. f're~us3illi retetvavoob~ vat° ns 4f thfl lin by ,1",ythe mixing ratio by extrapolation from below 72 km to about : Shrntahukuro and Wilson (1973J and Shinraukuro er al. (1~75J' 80 km. DECl:M81:R 1,1 9-ib. _ ------ --- and of 2 similar one by Catan-et_gj,,(~6$],~t~.jqsy(jciGDt . _. EQUIPMENT--_
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AIR--POLLUTION--T08ACC0:..MONITOR/ ' VL Ta~-79 •/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI Ta3-79 ' Kuhn, M.; Papke 0. • (H. F. PH. F. eemtsma, Cer.) METHOD FOR THE EVALUATION OF EXHAUST AIR IN TOBACCO PROCESSING. ,. *(MeBmethode zur,Beurteilung der ;.Brudenabiuft b-6i der. Tabakaufbereitun#. ) Tabak Kolloquium, 21st, paper, 16 p.,Berlin (1979) (in German with English summary) A gas chromatographic•using an FID detector for the continuous determina- tion of emissions in t!*,air of tobacco processing plant. The method measures total rorganic carbon emission expressed in mg/m3. The accuracy of the results has been - verified by coupled GC-Ms analysis.
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, __ . . . . ..2... .._ ,_r'`-... , t. . . .•_ ,. 8221.. GERMAPi i.AIvGUAGE--DICTIONE'.RIES--EHGLISf{/DICTIONARIES, LAl\GUAGE/ DICTIONARIES--E*LiGLISH-GCR,"4AN/ DICTIO:VARIES--GEEW.AN-ENGL..LSH/ • EjTGLISH LANGtifE--DICTIOiVARIES--GERMAN/ i Q 210 Me 1967 i LANGENSCHEIDTS . HANDWORTE-RBUCH ' k ENGLISCH T4 I 'Englisch-Deutsch Teil II - Deutsch-English Waaw Rudenbag _ _,. . : LANGENSCHEIDT ~ 4 _~ DE1tLiN - MONCHEN • ZQRICH
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IGOR J. KARASSIK WILLIAM C. KRUTZSCH WARREN H. FRASER w~~o. ar JOSEPH P. MESSINA ; n6& s.rri. akc" ma Ga co.pmyr Al.m J....y rmouwe of r.ejwobslr NdMtAw•Miu .ooa oorPAnr •, 'N:r: York !f. louis !.n FnnNaea /Welil.ne soeotj* , oua~ loA.nnseurs London wdrw wxim Maib" Nm OdM hnnna hris S.o hulo I SMppom "My TMqo Toaanto
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7sLU Suz, M Messung er onzentration vonr o,o-Dimethyl -2,2-dichlorvinylphosphaL.,(DDVP).. ' SUVAf in Luft Abt. Unfallverhutiing, Chemielabor 24. Mai 1971 03Q0 n p3 1 1 3 3
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1.._~y - t4'-. 81 y 0~ 3 Jour. Adverti si ng _V(2 ) 33-36 ( 1980) A NEW ROLE FOla1'SYCHOGRAPHICS 50253 8199 unovcrruC t!t CFAR('N/ ,,,,,.,......... ..___... - , ~ IN MEDIA SELECTION M4Mt weiia nrktiyiom prnhktins iavalvc,owe kbd of autcItina betwea aelia mKlien-Y and tarstrt mukrl membenhip. As a ruk, this mwrhin4 is tkmc indirectiy. taintt dLnKytraphk% as dediatins variables. Recent Nu- dirz have suMc,trd that puy%:IwWsphi% misht alw be used for this par. Irwc. 7'his study evatuates thvpcrformsnm of a standard set of p:ychoRa. phir variables as m-ttisiarK of the media-market reiationship. It then dir ! cwsxn the imt+iiratKms uf this perfarmanre for media xlection theory.
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L SC.IENCES--RESEARCH/STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ 276 G1 1981 502S3 8234 META-RNAlY51S IN SOCIAL RESEARCH Gene V Glass, Barry fflcGciw ,and mory Ih.ee Smith ~ n 0 3~ ~; a4Ca'Q PUBLICATIONS Beverly Hills London _>~..:_x-----~----~-- --
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INSOLU$LE I'.4PA?N PREPARED BY ADSORPTION ON POROUS GLhSS oc~ ~w~ ~ (Res. asrd DereJoprner.t LaLerotoriss, Cornint Glass A'orlks, Corning, ~eu-,Yo*A 74830, U.S.A.) (v%'itD .^2 figs.) (~--II-1968) Introduction A.•ariety of techniques has been used to prepare insoluble enzymes for the purposes of recovery and reuse: KArctuLsssl'7 prepared his eaz%-mes br eopoh-merization and coaplir~g to organic polymers. Repetitive-use enzymes have been prepared ky coupling to ce2lulose deriratiti•ess, by cross-linl:ing in a collodion matrix6, by -immob'ziza:ion in star.chf, br. irar:Zoba.ization in acrn•1a--nide geIlo•i1, and by coup'.ing tocross-Iinked dextran'2. In aodition',fcL.&rE.N13•Ii 03~0- 0 0 3 1 1 2 q
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41 '~ ' _ . . . . . Y . i. _ _ _ . . ~ . . . III MES'f`ECHNISCHE GRIJIdDLAGErd AUF BF.1~{ GBBIETE Br M ' MESSUPIC STA,UBFORMIGER LUFTYERL~:?1t$INIG 1966) `' ( BrQuex, HaaA NE,;rET::Ii2JISCHE GtL13A'BLACEt4 tiUF DL•M GLDIE,. DEIZ Z:ESSI:NG STAL'SPORMIGER (Sampl.irg cond3tions in raPard to the measurenents of dust 2a1:Q air Gontamin4nts) Staub (D!:,z;tJ.,:orf) 25 (No. 9) ~3ODt~~~ t i 30
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. .~~~...~ ~. , - . ~.,~~....~......_a -. _~:.y:....,' .K d-. . t_ •t ,~~.*!~tui~ r I t' l''} 1 t 2 G~ t br ~ti icntrcinuc1~,i+ct~~ I ul ~ r 50253 8216 . 1 . ~17 , 3>.r. > r XX MeF-A--3,a-73 SENSI''L SPT:CTROPIIOTO.MLL:'RIC DETERMINATION OF FRUCTOSE, S.;;CROS1:, AND INULIN WITHOUT INTERFERENCE I ~' FRO.Nt ALDOHLXOSI:S, ALDOPENTOSES, AND KF•TOPL•'NTOSI;S :*~LUlf,i;`3biC.l5SI1G0 A~n EDWARD NIUSARRA Department of Biolotzy and Hralth Sciences and Chemistry, Clevcland Statc University, Ctcvcland, Ohio g.}t tg, U.S.A. (Rraieed a87cly, 1972) ABSTRACT t. Two spectrophotometric methods for the dctermination of fructose, sucrose, fructosc „ phosphatcs, acid itwlin as a t-inction of fructose content are prt•sented. 2. Cystcine i«.drochloridc in tits--7o pcr ccntahk.•olume) suiphunc acid is the reacent for thc formatir,n of a tirccn chromophorc (X _}t3 nm ); tryptnphan, indole, and some of their dcrivuti.•e5 compicx with this chromophorc to form another pink chromo- phore O. .„ _ ; 18 nm. )• g. Thc cy5tc!fic I,~~drochloriJe-tn•ptoph-p method is twice as sensitive as cysteine 0 h rcwnri~ +i~y' ~c tti Q . oI VClOSe caft I)C Cleterrnlqe(1• ~ BMh rf+l~tf:r~ arFlbctt~ ti~n p~~sio.,uihods, bccaube :hey arc spcci6c, quick, . and the ciiromr-i•:iores are st.ti,ie.
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• 77 -XII Re NICOTINE--ENZYME It7HiBITSbR/ RJR CLASS NO. PAmPHLET 77 XII Re RFCve, H. C.; Messne , L.;t;Decker, K. (Univ. FreiburF, l3 cher.t. Inst., Ger.) INDUCTION OF D-6 YDi;OXY:IICOTI:JE OXIf)ASE IN RESTING CELLS OF ARTHRO?3ACTER OXIDANS. Arch. I!ticrobinl. 111, 111-15 (1976) (in EnElish) ~ Abitract. Resting cell suspensions of Arthiobacter oxidans wvre shown to synthcsize the inducible en- ~ antiozyme, D-6-hydroxynicotine oxidase, in the pres- encc of o-nicotine or D-6-hydroxynicotine. The cor- responding responding t.-enantiomcrs, as well as y-methylamino- ~ propyl-(6-OH-pyridyl-3)-kctone, which is the prod- uct of the rcaction catalyzed by the enzyme, were 1 inefl'cctive as inducers. t.-6-liydroxynicotine inhi- ~ bited induction by o-nicotine:+nd n-6-hydroxynicotine ~ ~ while L-nicotine inhibited induction by o-6-h}-droay-- : nicotine and had no efTect on induction by o-nicotine. Enzyme induction was also found to be inhibitcd by glucose. 2-dcoxy-u-glucose and by several interme- diates of the tricarboxylic acid cycle.•,An absolute requirement for protein synthesis and for oxygen was ~ also demonstrated to be necessary for the rcictions involved in the covalent attachment of flavin adenine ~ dinucleotide to pre-existing precursor protein to yield the catalytically active o`6-hydroxynicotine oxidase.
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0253 822,9 5 UTT Re -81 S.P.6 TORACCO--PESTICIDES--RESIDUES/ BJR CIASS NO. PAMPHLET_ ° li.Ottosi; -v Iiles, S. ; Tourte, J. ; Caqpo, M. (Laboratoire Chis. applique 1•expertise Faculte Pharracie Montpellier) ETHYLENETHIOUREA WAS FOUND IN T8E SMOEE OF TOBACCO CDNTAINING ETHYLENE EIS DITHIOCARBOMATE PESTICIDE RESIDUES. , *(Presence d•ethylene thiouree dans la fumee de tabac renfermant des residua d•ethylene bis dithiocarbamates.)* Travaux Societe Pharmacie Montpellier 40, NO.'2, 9-13 (1980) (in French) *Leyvords:* bis dithiocarbamate, tobacco, additive; ethylene thio urea, smoke, constituent. 0 30-o cTO3 1 1 34 V
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LUNGS--CONGRESSES/LUNGS--METABOLISM/ RC 756 Ci 1980 MetabOlic Activities of the Lung 1980 , Excerpta Medica : Amsterdam • Oxford • New York Ciba Foundation Symposium 78 (new series) 0 3 n 0 n 03 t i 42 ,
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- " ' S0253 8220 17a .• ,j.,. REL.4TIONSHIP OF PORE SIZE AND St'RFACE AREA TO Qi 4\TITY OF ST_4BILIZED E\ZI'ME BOUND TO GLASS i ~ ri970 1a (Bio-Orl•nnir Tcchuolo;ti•, Conoing Glass Works, Cornine, Ncrr Yo.k 14,830, t•.s.a.) (x3--?iII--19G9)) Iatroductioa ' Molecular inclusion (adsorption).studiesl vith porous glass in- dicated that proteins were removed from solution and included in the pores of the expq---d glass. Funoc-al of all of the protein in-, cluded in the pore.c could be accomplist,ed only uath urea andJor extreme pH conditions. It •cas subseq,uentlr noted that enztZnes=•s incltjd(•d in the gla.ts pores were remarl:ablr stable over an extended r period of ti.-ne after an initial leaching oi the excess enat-me. The quantities of stabaizc-d residual er.zyzne actirit}• after leaching were ratber loer i.n prexiouzz invest:gations. Thisreport relates the quantity ,.~-- of atJ,:-m..5to tiic efierti~-ebonding(adwrntion).,~It~~^^. n n n t~ ~3 c_~_ - -F _ -~ . - ,,,r,,. _a-
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TOBACC6--ENzYrtr•.s/ RJR CLASS NO. PArPHLET 76 VI Br- Bruhmuller, M. ; Schmiz, A. ; Nhehberi.:I.. ; Decker, K. (Biochemische Inst. Univ. Freiburg, Freiburgo Ger.) ~, COVALENTLY BOUND FAD IN D-6-HYDROXYNICOTINE OXIDASE. Jour. Biol. Chem. 250. (No. 19) 7747-51 (Oct. 10, 1975) (in English) I I IMMUNOLOGICAL STUDIES ON D- AND i.-6-HYDROXYNICOTINE OXIDASE: EVIDENCE FOR A' D-ENZYME PRECURSOR* Antisera prepared against both enantiozymes, D- and t-6-hydroxynicotine oxidase, formed precipitins in double diffusion tests with their respective antigens only. A mixture of the two antisera caused spur formation of the two precipitin lines obtained with the pure enzymes. Antiserum to L-apoprotein reacted with native L-enzyme and L-apoprotein but not with the n-specific enzyme. n-6-hydroxynicotine oxidase activity was inhibited by the anti-n-antiserum, leaving the L-enzyme fully active, while anti-L-antiserum inhibited the L- but not the n-specific activity~ The delayed induction of n-6-hydroxynicotine oxidase as compared to the other activities of the nicotine-degrading sequence and the differential immunochemical behavior of the enantiozymes allowed the search for a D-enzyme precursor. In cells harvested 3 hours after the addition of DL-nicotine, the L-enzyme activity was present, whereas no n-enzyme activity could be detected. However, an extract of these cells did form an immunoprecipitin line with anti-n-antiserum. L-6-Hydroxynicotine oxidase, but no o-6-hydroxynicotine oxidase activity, could also be induced in Arthrobacter oxidans grown in a medium with a high glucose content and DL-nicotine as the sole nitrogen source. An extract of these i-induced cells produced the specific immunoprecipitation with anti-D- antiserum. A pulse-chase ezperiment with cells grown first on glucose and DL-nicotine in the presence of ["CJleucine and then in an.unlabeied medium which induces n-6-hydrozynicotine oxidase activity re- sulted in a radioactive D-enzyme-immunoprecipitin line. From these experiments it is concluded that a precursor of the active o-enzyme is induced simul- enegslydth6e o r `~S~ ' oti defadi9g erz'' m . ~~ ~ ~.~.
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50253 8236 82 II Se BENZO(A)PYRENE/. SPECIES VARIA:ICE IN THE METABOLIC ACTIVATIO:I OF OLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS* i ~ , Running Title: lf,atabolia~lt~ctivatioa of olycyclic Carcinogens ! l J ~ ~ ~Tit ~ Ja=es K. Selkirk, `[ichael C. MacLeod, Cynthia J. Moore, Betty K. Mansfield, anae Nikbakht and Kris Dearatone , - Ja=eS K. Selkirk Senior Author I r Biology Division an1 The University of Tcnnessee-0ak Ridge Graduate School . J 3 Ae National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 37830 dI BibaeeicdR ~Ycte ~Oa S,. an s, 1, i Q _ . r _---4 ...... x.._..~,. ,
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50253 8240 i ~QbIG ~ ,p S pg FppD SAFh1 Y Roe, Francis J. C. (ad.) !{ETA1zOLIC ASPECTS UF FOOD SAFETY 1970 612 Pages Blackvell Scientific England Publications 430 00 0.3.1, 1 4 TP 370
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19a4- ~t au. ~ Qp Tobolsky, Arthur Victor. 258 Organic peroaictes: their chemistry, decomposition, and T role in polymerization iby, Arthur V. Tobolsky and Robert B. DTesroLinn, New York, Interscience Publishers, 19GC 197 y, f IUIa. 24 m 1. Perozides. 2. C6emtstry, Organtc. 3. Polymera and polymerj tion. r. Mesroblan, Robert B., IJ24-- jolnt author. II. Title. : 1 QD181.O1T6 r 546.21 54-I234 Library of Consress t20I
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50253 8226 . 76'VI~Sc'_.-TOBACCO--BIOCHEMISTRY` TOBACCO--CARBON DIOaIDE/ . : ~ RJR CLASS NO. PA:dPHLET 76 VI Sc ~ J Schmidt, J. A. (Landesanstalt Tabakbau Tabakforsch. Forchheim, Reinstetten F:arlsruhe, ~ Ger.) DETERMINATION OF THE ASSIMILATION ACTIVITY OF TOBACCO. ~- *(1Kessung~ der Assimi2ationskativitat bei Tabak-.~* - Tabak I:olloquim, 18th, paper, 16 p. (May 1976) (in German) Previous reference - abstc'act only - complete German original available now with English abstact. _ ~ ;Three methods have been used for determining the assimilation, activity of tobacco. The methods involve the determination of the assimilation activity by 1) the determination of stdreh.foraad in the photosynthesis, 2) measuring the assimilation of CO2 in the so-called leaf-cuvette mpthod and 3) measuring the assimilation of 'C02 in the commonly used URAS method. The results obtained in these methods can be applied for the rapid determination of the assimilation capacity in plant breeding, ' dtermination of the expected yield of plants grown under controlled conditions, ; ' ~determination of the effect of soil and fertilizers, determination of the development ~ ~• 3;-~pl~~e s~ d ermnatXn 4 the eff.ect of herbicides on the growth of plants.
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50253 8212 •L~'. . ` •• .. • . : . . ... .;...-._,... • •~......~•; •. ~ /) / ~qtMia ~~-Lex~ , 3_ ~l~ IICC.IEAOBAIIIIfI B !Vl]IJIACTII `C- IIBCIIj%iA'fETPIILII-ihIl OPI'jiIIIiLII:CKIil a-OItIiCCiI. - IiOII~EIICAIXIifI AJIKIIJII'~rlliijliJ~IITL~IAJI0II0BbIY 3~IIPOB ' C 2,3-AIIYJI01'TETPAI'II,rjPOthS'P.VIO.1[, 3TIiJIEIivIOPI'IIgPIiII0m a~3; 9 0'KatlCTnT/oTn T/o a iK .nrnurur,~rlTarnaononiax a4tnpoa a YcrnpoxxRopNCrold :yrnepoAO D rIp11CyTCTDlIIr xaopucToro qrwKa o 2,3-Anxrtoprerparuzpoltypanox 0,h l-y-I3-\llO -Z TCT drll lt ua nn) 2- r ~ f p jtp p crurcT -19K l o p:+xoranllc>t ~ npoTClcacT c0 yp •87oKCnKapUOrrlrn-•r•vyrnrlo:rll~toll. lrl+U O•NfIIA{Vl2CIIb{Yi.1i ,.~uupylnnrra,vrrverrra scnpoD cornnenxnopn+;lp:luosl oGpaayioTcs 2 asr.nn-~i-('l-xnapoTn~or.crulrruaj- Z-DTOKCIIKA}1GOI111;1-i-GyT 1!r07111,11J, a TaKA:o Gluulr:nuvecr:nc npOjt)•KTId, linT4p6rC DOjiSCprlIyTIJ I1tCJ/& `r11Wly rHppU7n:ry N JlCr:apGflr:fUAlfpqIIanr110. }~CFlla~un anKnn- .=. a TDCXXJIOr11rCTM3r ftMCl~}rpN M 1t(rHCyTCTDi1rr XlrO- 7 I1 TPEX7~JIOPIICTbIt11 ~OCfi0P0~t ' : .'lfecponxic, ir{. T . EauK: r:, 3_-T4-HapanemRH, kbxzRx ""H ^-4' t-U's. Jlcnora.soiearnllct. irepaa-
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__.,..._.,,..,.:.,. .._.:r _------ Q~ Inwww"AAW. . y , ; "urnbull_and E. $.. b t3 . T,c};©nn_s, Jr. , ~.. $. • , American Chemic3i Society, Tobacco Symposiwn, 5outhsALstern :° Ji.cnc.l Nseti n,rr,, govemb3r 1957.
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T Me6 -78 s'P• Automated indexing of source document microfiichc ROY i:: 1l4ERWFX, B.S., STAFF SYSTEMS ANA LYST, NUS CORPORATION, ROCKVI LLE, MARYLAN) Jour. Microgr. 11(3)128-34 (1978) ; The cost of indcxinR a page of fu11 text quiremcnts of micrographic and index- such as quality assurance crluipmcnt, i" documentation using conventional ing systems addrexscd in this article: necessary to a successful total systcm, methods is currently scvcral times more Figure 4 illustrates an ccnnnmii a~l expcnsivc than the filming cost itself. • Provide adaptability to meet fu- simple index station approach using k y Pressing indexing nccds in industry and ture rcquircments. to diskette data entry. Diskette data ca~: federal and state government applica- • Provide ability to automatically then bc transfcrred to magnctic tape ar~c:, tions present a challenge to auuomatc produce special dircctories, reports, sort merge functions performed in f: indexing to reduce costs if possiblc and mailing labcls. etc. mainframe computer. Magnetic ta{}~ to providc a better method of insuring • Provide capsulc (abstract) data • and printer pcriphcrals can be addcd 1~ that all documcnt pages have bccn of full tcxt, along with location of full complete the systcm, or these function, filmed and that all pages or similar text. can be performed in a mainframe cotth• g-rotrps:+f-pagcs-havc-t3c-c-n-i-ndexcd-iatto ~ Rcducc--ccrst -of--dcli-v-cring puter. the systcm. information to othcrs, such as the pub- Figure 5 illustrates a multiple termi- In dcscribu+rmcthods to indi.:, an lic. (ln some systems thcre is a need for nal system utiliiing key entry todisk an( intclligcnt tcrmin;tl is used fqr kc), data enoufih infcTmation to he contained in to mafinctic tape. This approach is mot+ cntry, and the hnospccts f~r simulta= thc abstract to answer many inquiries compatible with high-production re acous automatic indexing while lilminfi ' without referring to the full-tcxt quircmcnts. The CR"I static,ns can als: arc discusscd. A filc ccrics +d caulx+r:uicm informaticrn on fiche.) be used tu retrieve index d:+ta for tlr rccords in a Secretary of Statc's office • Produce proper audit and vcr- abstract or-lecation of full-text infcn-nu and a file byFVrnpq~ +cr},(c ir ~ n clcaj~ +cayun ta. •~ tion. ; faci(ityarcusc•ilJf~~ralNustFl~tivurccU ' 1 ~.) Microfiche output from sotirr+ Hoti.•cvcr, the clcmcnts and complexity First approach documcnts is illustratcd i4lFigurc G. Th, of a filmingand indcxingsystcnm dcpcnd ~ TQ i~L~/Wt,~,,lhzGrt~t a{~+ri~:+ch, the fi+l--. computcr-tuy~iut microfilnii•r can Ix~ i ~ J- -- _r- " 1 .. <
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50Z53,_8239.,~ RC 681 Me 1981 r METABOLIC "ASPEETS" CARQIOYASC~AR BISEA3O-IM7 tA HEART--DISEASES--TEXTBOOK/ L ipop o teins, A therosclerosis and _oronary Heart Disease ~ Edited by !:J ' Gv~ ,-- N.E. MILLER and B. LEWI S Department of Chemical Pathology and Metabolic Disorders, St. Thomas' Hospital Medical School, London (Great Britain) 1981 ELSEVIER/NORTH-HOLLAND BIOMEDICAL PRESS ~ AMSTERDAM / NEW YORK / OXFORD ~/ .. 03 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 4 4
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50253 6250 QP 171 W WatAon, P. G. Metabolic integrations. Cambridge, Heffer, 1954. 12 p. 26 cm.
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50253 8230 ) S . VII.Reb 7& 1) `11~Mst;Zel-,_ S. Illes, C1 Espinoza et Ch. Cheval.li.er --~ P •.- -%. Travaux de la Societe de Pharmacie de Montpellier ,34 (1974) 255. ) 2) Y.H. Atall h, H.W. Dorough, and J.H. Thorstenson Nature an ate of Insecticide Residues Inhaled by Rats in garette Smoke Drug eta olism and Disposition 1975) 513. . , Recherche et Dosage de Residus de Pesticides dans les Tabac s(STUDIES OF THE AMOUNT OF PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN TOBACCO) 0 3 0~~Q~ ~ I 35- --.,
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- -- -- ----- - _IGann. 72. 113 - 122 : February. 19811 ~ ° METABOLIC FATE OF N-BUTYI.!N-(4-HYDROXYBUTYL)NITROSAMIRL ~ HOMOLOGS IN THE RAT, IN RELATION TO-THEIR ORGANOTROPI~I~ CARCINOGENICITY TO THE URINARY BLADDERa' ~ - Emako Svzvxt, Minoru IrYOSxt, and Masashi OKADA Tokyo Biochemical Research Institak*: The metabolic fate of alkyl homologs (alkyl=methyl, ethyl, propyl, pentyl, and tat-butyl) of N-butyl-I1~'-(4-hydroxybutyl)nitrosamine (BBN), a potent bladder carcinogen, was investigated in the rat, in order to elucidate any possible correlation of structure and metabolism with organospecific carcinogenicity to the urinary bladder of these N-nitrosamines. They were extensively metabolized in the rat, no unchanged compounds being found in the urine. The metabolic pattern of these alkyl homologs of BBN was essentially similar to that of BBN. Their principal urinary metabolite was the corresponding N-alkyl-N-(3-carboxy- propyl)nitrosamine except in the case of the pentyl homolog. Minor metabolites characterized were subsequent transformation products of the principal metabo- lite by' P-oxidation according to the Knoop mechanism (i.e., N-alkyl-N-(2- hydroxy-3-carboxypropyl)nitrosamine, N-alkyl-Iv'- (carboxymethyl)nitrosamine 11
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L_ ; wVI Ta3-80 CIGARETTES--PHYSICAL PROPERTIES. ,' RJR CLASS NO. PAbWIILET VI Ta3 80' Couck, W.; Koster, H. J. (Tabacofina N. V., Merksem, Gerciany; Ed. Laurens b.v., 1k'n Haag, Ger. MEASURING CF TIIE "COLLAPSITY" OF CIGARETTES DURING SD'.OItING. (Die Messung der "Collapsity"-''on Cigaretten w8ehrend-dea AbraucheWi i Tabak l:olloquiun, 21St, Eerlin (June 11-1G, 1919) - in German. . Abstr. in: Tabak Kolloquium, 1979, p. 8 Kurzprotokoll. I to n~ox av.:I-:.....~ra.~»..'.-.+...... ..i-i---i-.•i-.•*.__."-. ~.: ...r..-..L..rr.i:.w....:...:.i.r:.Wa~t..v..~.:...:..~.-..•.... .. ~ii . :. //._. O~ - -" -~-- w .,.,. ._._ : __
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50253 8245 'I Int Arch Occup Environ ltealth 46, 7t-77 (19M) Metabolic Fate of rit"ric Oxide Key words: 'sN labeled nitric oxide (NO) - NO distribution - NO biotrans- , VI, Re9-80 formation S•.P • Katsumi Yoshida, Kazuo Kasama, Masayoshi Kitabatake, • Midori Okuda, and Masayuki 1mai, Department of Public Health, Mic University Medical School, Edobashi 2-174, Tsu-city 514, Japan ~ h ~ Summary. The metabolic pathway of inhaled NO in rats was investigated with • tsNO. After "NO exposure, the content of the'sN (atom % excess) in blood, . red cells, serum, each organ tissue (perfused with saline solution) and urine were estimated. The contents of "N in the samples of blood, serum, red cells, and urine were relatively high and those of lung, trachea, liver, kidney, and muscle were low. The rat blood samples I h after "NO combined blood injection were analyzed. Greater parts of tte"N in the serum were in a fraction of the ultra- ~_ ~ Gltrate and the amounts of NOi in the serum were remarkably elevated compared with mose of the control rats.
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50253 8243 ~ r . RENS4DI CAL `wrA80E"r PACpTOR.z-SN 4lRMC C'JNTRAGTliM. Annals of the PIeW Yor~ .lcademy of Sciences 29 (No. 12) February 6, 1959. 0300t1031.1 48 -~...-. ~-+a..m%vl - - r.o , :.
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k CAawCER--CAUSATtON RY POLYNUCLEAR AROrtATiC ttYDROCARnr)NS/ "DROCARBONS, POLYNUCLEAR/ArN7.0(a)PYRI:NE/ RC 268 Ts 979 '~ff /yt © V L fC-A ~,.- R!VA 1.... 1,01i ORTOLYILEAR AROMA.TIQ - dHYQROCARBONS. .~ ~ BY WING - SUM TSANG Department of Chemistry. University of New Orleans, N!w Orleans, Louisiana 701?2, U.S.A. ind GARY W. GRIFFIN Department of Chemistry, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana 70122, U.S.A. I PERGAMON PRESS OXFORD • NEW YORK • TORONTO • SYDNEY • PARIS • FRANKFURT
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50253 8248 , , LUNGS/PULMONARY CIRCULATION/ LUNG BIOLOGY IN HEALTH AND DTSEASE, VOLUME 4/ Claude Lenfant, editor . . RC 756 . Le 1977 Pv"l ETAB 0 L I G rtaF"t J N ( ',""r, 10 N S ~ \/  ~' ~ye~~~ , U Ser!!v I MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York and 6asel --<;, tZ~;~I ~ -N , , ~ 30 Q n A3 f t S3 ------ - €dited-by- .Y.S. Bakhle Institute of Basic Medical Sciences Royal College of Surgeons of England London, England .John R.Vane Wellcome Research Laboratories Langley Court Beckenham, Kent, England
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QP 521 U XQh-~,~ Umbreit, Wayne William, 1918- Metabolic maps. Miruieapolis, Burgess Pub. Co. i19521 439 p. diagrs. 29 cm. Includes bibllograpbie®. 1. Biological cbemistry. 2. Metabolism. r. Title. QP521.U55 ; ;. 612.015 Library of Congress L;i3q7j ,, ~`:
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50253 0249 TOBACCO--NORNICOTINE, NITROSO-/NICOTINE--NORNICOTINE,NITROSO/ • 81 X Ne U. S.) Jour. Med. Chem. 23, 1175-78 (1980) (in English) RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 X He Hecht, S. S.; Chen, C. B.; Hoffmann, D. (American Health Found., Naylor Dana Inst. Dis. Prev., Valhalla, N. Y., "~i?l1EDhIC'. P-UYDROXYLA?IOIt. AM : *-OXIDiL?iOW ' bP Mf-NITROSONO1WItA"!I - t 3'-Hydroxy-N'-nitrosonornicotine 11 (2),4'-hydroxy-N'-nitrosonornicotine (3), and N'-nitroeonornicotine 1-N-oxide (4) Were synthesized and identified as metabolites in the F-344 rat of the tobacco-specific carcinogen N'-nitrosonornicotine(1)...• r-,.--~--,~.- 0 30 00 03 1 '1 5 q ~,~:..~,., .. .- ... . _-
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I 50253 8242 ;. 1r• : F ~7~`l'xdC~;C ,~1~0~~11~o~/ttNs pHV~1~wQY l87 r Te Tepperma.n, Jay. Metabolic and endocrine physiology; an introductory teat., 2d ed. Chicago, Year Book Medical Publishers (1968, .50 p. Illum. 2T cm. Includes bibliographiea 1. F.ndocrinolo". i. Title. ~ QP187.T42 1968 ,K~ 596'.01'4 67-30683i Library of Congress N:;;,! A 1
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i i X _. 50253 8247 ~ PH1~11DLIC •-THf. AWAIX= ~EC!'i.' Qp Br,Vmrp Lt:i.yUs t'HT, fiEUDIO',%v FA'rE 0F SC!3$ FHEI3l)LYC Ca~.T•G€TmiS' -Y{`i Ti*:.F''E w. 1(,160 71 p. TMaeD. Tbac;s Va3"rsitt of G,`•4lahaaa tb=Aa a~o0nn3
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50253 8259 Advances in enzymology and related subjects of biochemistry. v.1- New York, Interscience Publishers, 1941- z. illue. 24 cm. Title varies: v. 1-2, Advances tn enzymology and related subjects. Editors: v. 1- F. F. Nord (with C. H. Werkman, v. 1-5) Begiuning with v. 2, each volume Includes Index cumulative from v 1.
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50253 8255 CtR ` 1"~lT1~01.YC ~ATitF[AY~ S~l ~fZGACCatiQANC~3: ` "=`, 4 84 C Cheldelin, Vernon H Metabolic pathways in microorganisms. New Yor1c, Wiley _ t19611 _ 01 p. , 111us. 20 cm. (I+7. R, Squibb lectures on chemistry of microbial products, 1960) Includes bibliography. 1. Mlcrobiology. 2. hfetabollsm. $. Acetobacter. i. Title. QR84.C53 Library of Congress 576
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50253 e256 CARDIOVASCULAR DISEA~E/ISCHEMIC/DIET & DISEASE/ HEART--DISEASES/ RC 681 Ca 1982 - hlttatioW Rtslc'factorsm im Ischeir»ic CardiovascuIar`'r. , Disease ~, • ..L.L- ~-_ . . • Lms A. Carison Bengt Pemow K(nS Crseqf V Research lnstinu Deparrnunt of Cfiniccf Physiology KarolinsRn Xospita! Karolinska Hospital Kaofbasxa lnstinue Karolinska Institute Stockholm, Swtdm Stockholm. Sweden .Raven Press, New York 03 o 0 0 0 3 1 1 6 1
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QP 171 --1fM9OLY'C- P~I~1,Y8,,4 3rd ed. Gr ... Greenberg, David H. MET.+J30L7C pATHWAYS, 3rd ed. Vol. II- Lipids, Steroids, and Carotenoids. Vol. III- Ae,ino Aci_.±a 2Sd Te*_rep;::olss.Vo1.T- ENer~ci-~CS~ " * r TChX/c3eid C/egd Ctbhdf %-xroy,e rya, ,,,,aoyrae5, 2 No18. New York
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50253 8260 r I 711 An Annual reviev of plant physiology. v. 1- 19s0- 7~ St ;nforct, Calif., Aanual 8eviewse j; v. 23 cm. t Editor: 1950- D. I. Amon. ~. - i ~ ~3a0o~3 i.i bs ~:on_ -des+.-..c'-mo'- -
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50253 8257 UI META$0 IC: STUUIL.? WRT}~,.r~~~.. Y~L~LELF~ De h'~, : Oi.kCtT~.E3 ~:~~ :.. ~ ~~. J 8 ~L }'.ETASOLYC firoDxvS VM SPECUZCAY.LT 1A88LF.D XjCQ?10 IOLEMSS by. K. Decker and R. Sammeck rrep'a. aso.-.Mod. app1. Labeled Mo1., 1'roe. ~qs;, Qaaia. M.bA 165-72 (196A)
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(claJt) -9n c Gz-a3 +J ~.~, *.'r: ~',Il? ~~i`a10S~ o~ fw !J.' #f~ a•~!: Bd ~• 1~nK0 a3n ?.L'cC': %P °w '`onA°se J ! Wf1-~ ~ 6Ai0=6rWdSAS . M51 s3r11l?tbtla SRt "tl" V? .zQ . ~9'f SNYd $i3]NMWB. SLN'3WlA~1N ~JQ S~11fl5~1 ~90:,~t1s . . 1:L £EZ6 ESZOS -
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:iCGqA+:-11ILL EtiC1'C1.OE'H;UTA OF SC1C`:CE A:1D TFIOMl:JOLOC:Y, Vol. 1 r t...l.l....« I~..dd..~. t I)i.wAw.. JMH,i:r.• •IM~V M . Guide 1971 17 Vols. McGraw-iti11 Book Co. hew York
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iIZ DuZ-l9 C. R. Acad. Sc. 1'ari.., t. 288 (29 janricr 1979) J60, 00 1- 9 a- Scrie B - 89 STRATOSPHERIC OZONE CONCENTRATION *tEASUREr'tENTS AT SUNRISE A1sD SUNSET. PHYSIQUE ATMOSPHtRIQUC. - Mewtm, dr, Rr rrmt•tmrathm ee oatrK de /u„~. aurqaspln%nk~t Irrrr rt`ute rutr<hre du StdeiltkNote i') de Patrick Aimedicu, Jcan l3arat ct Pkrre Rigaud, priscntic ptlr Edmond A. Brun. Oes mesures ie sinr dr eoncantration d'ozunc uu moyrn d'un ozonumctre stratosphcrique a chimilumi- necencv ttn phux gazcux ant p.rmis d'obxrv.r u 1',. p6m lu variabihtc du milicu. Aux niveaux 19 et 5 nib (26 Ct .16 km) nua mrsurrs nuucnt en eviiknom une stabilit6. A 3.3 mb (42 km). on notr une decruissuncc nppKle d'cnviron 3", su twint du jour. In situ n:rNir mru.rurrmrnt.s u Hb u.uralosphrrir u:ammn•trr wsinx Ras pbusr rhrmiluminrsrrnrr prrmil ~itwlMx a/ tbr ruriuhilitr qy IAr mrdldlM w•khin 1V '. Uur dutn alww Nwt u:onr is ruestant at Nir 19 and 3 n+b krrhr. AM 2.3 nib tbrre i.: - rapid drup sf abaut S",,, at sunrisr. L'Etude iti siiu du transport stratosph6rique turbulent au moyen de 1'ozonom&c dcveloppc par run de nous ( I] utilisc la thC•orie de Kolmogoroff et suppose en particulier que la concen- tration d'ozone est Iocalement stationnaire a I'echelle du temps de la mesure. Diverses r'ractions photochimiqucs pouvant theoriquement faire evolucr legeremcnt ks ooncentrations d'ozone. nous avons cherch6 a faire des mesures a I'aube et au crepuscule, moments Ics plus propices it de telles re•actions. Cette Note apportc det elCments qui acrr6ditent 1'hypothcsc yuc I'ezone cst un traceur pussif de (a bwssc stratosphcre a 1'cchelle de temps du jour. Elle montre ccpendant que, d;uts kz r4dons de roduction. on o, rvc d~ variations r.tpidcs au Icvcr du Soleil. 1~~7
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l~ r.~ . .. . YI Re - International Meeting bn N-Nitroso Compounds, 7th, ~ 8 9.; ~::,. Tokyo, Japan (Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1981) •--`" . .. - - . - • s.f. soeUt. 2. Touet, A. Rissoo, a.W 0. Nottsu. ~~ .. ~t. .~. . ~F. . . . . t . . . Ilyloc Oa" tsatit.ts toc Oisa.e pcovsstio. • at tlw Ms.esNtis 4stl.aelos of tMier.a.octli.iiw ud ~ ,. • ~ . . ~ • .. 'u ' !1'-Neewwsntwtiwt tttseta •t Owtscis s~atitaio~ 0 3 Q tas taseAa.iss of mtatolis aetbatio, of stalia .itcos- wiws such ss r-.ttco.a.octAoliw (MMDt) s.d M'-.ltcosoooc.ieo- ' tiw (Ip4) bsw.wt 1ow eooelosisly sstalliseod. Vsciow lias of s.lOs.es support rArco:ylatios ss a likely initisl oeti.o- tios stq but otlsc miotaDolls pcoess.oi mar bo ia.ol.a1. To lr ass4%at4tb.,3o1srot .1kydijst0ioo, ro have owrscsd tbo ..tr ~eoti..:°4 f wetP..d ~Tjs43:.;tii4alut~~ttuto~0~ sar tAe wtaDotl.. !„o..... :
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f 1 r- ~:.~!/MFi~'!.W QR Q i Gale, Ernest Frederick. ' The chemical activities of bacteria. E3d Pd.l London, tTni-, G versity Tutorial Press 11951j 213 p. 111ue. 19 cm. Includes blbltographlee.
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370 Kr '.c., P-r.Dc- KrauAe, Marie V. 1 Food, nutrition, and diat therapy (by] Marie V. Krause. 4th ed. Philadelphia, Saucadara, 1966, xix, 687 p. illus., map. 27 cm.
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tUoYeOcrFsa •00 PU-J40o9 uvA •Q •d z6zT ll'xpcx tgbt •2u07 'C"fat0 A POITQO '1`OORQHVH pism'sIiOoIs '-'0'41ha 'CWO `auo'1
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50253 9262 . r QP 171 C Carbohydrate r.:etabolism; a syr.»osium on the clinicalaand biochemical aspects of car- bohydrate utilization in health a1d disease. Edited by Victor A. hajjar. Baltimore, M., Johns Ho; ;ins i'ress, 1952. c-~ vi, 134 p. 22 cm.
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50253 0171 74 III Ba EXA.~INATIOP; OF THE INFRARED SPECTRA IN THE SOLID STATE OF A. -• 1 I D SPECTROSCOP~C--ORGANIC CO~tPtIUNDS/ ~ . Ml:iBER OF COMPOUNDS IN THE IMIDAZOLE 'AND SELENAZOLE RINGS. \ ttel uut l l rth r I• LlJ d I I' + G 3 T : n o n erO nx~n reu .r r n e . . .. ._....... . 1 . foactroehlmlea Aeta, 10G5, %01.:1, rls. GoG to r. BASSItl:iANA, C. CiouROSSI, M. CANDII`O alld'4k«.MIritLP- Laboratoiro do 11cchorchcs. I'c•rrnnia S.p.A.,l:orrnnic-.Itnlio Atude des spectres d'absorption dans 1'infrarouge de quelques ' d6rives du cycle imidazolique et selenazolique. ` Examen de Ia liaison C=N _ 7 _ /lbttract-Exnminntion of the infrared sPcctra in tho solid stnto of a number of coml-ound-t in -tbs imidazolo and sclnnazolo ring.4liow-s regularities in tho 1G90-14S0 cm-1 region. Alnqorption bands at I630-1G00 cm 1 and 1585-1500 ctn'1 have been axsignod to tho vibrntiona nri.-s7ng from tho hctcrocyclic ring systam. - INTRODIICTION DANs une pr6c6dento communication (1) nous avons examin6 la vibration C--,\* dea noyaux hcterocycliqucs thilzoliqucs ct oxazoliques, en particulicr les bcnzo- . de<riv6s, on divisant ]a zone d':tbsorption'comprise entre 1690 ct 14S0 cm-3 en trois r6gions c.lractcristiqucs resrcctivclnent: des vibrations tlo valence v(C=N) (Thiazolo 1, Oxazolo I), des vibrations lonSituclin;tlcs C=C dans le plan du noyau ct dcs vibrations du noyau h6t6roct•olicluc rarticulii•remcnt influcnco par lc broupc -\T-== C-X- (X 6tant YhWroatomc cii position 1). On accomplit r,iaintcllant la rechcrcho en cxnminnnt lcs clcrivcts ... ` . ,e.* -r. - : ~-~--- - ; ^,'---i1_ 4 - •• • * ~ t. r .s .+- .. .... ..,....,. .-r..gr.+.rr. - *~ - --~~e r~• , • - . , . • i
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50253 8272 pVy(i{l.g?ld' Sfi' Lor S7• C.1IO Fu~ii~A.'aNlAu AW-2yiTs C' :w iH: 1400 xt's ? 425 p. EloQvi.er Pv.b, Co. Nwu ao:.1: Chart. F3 vj, Saul. Ccl.~ ie1a:--~, vota Uo3a sm.J
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j AAL ,,,' ~tsSb ~ara . . ' - ~ a I Sc 3 (1969) Schoebel, T. SUCROSE HYDROLYSIS AT LIMITED WATER CONCENTRATION, by T. Schoebel, S. R. Tannenbaum and T. P. Labusa. Sept. 1968 12 pages U. S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Medical Division, Brooks Air Force rase, Texas
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Sacks, Jacob, 1901- Isotopic tracers in biochemistry and physiology. lst ed New York, McGraw-Hill, 1953. 8383 P. filu9. 24 cm. L Tracers (Biology) 2 Radioisotopee, r. Title. QH324.S32 574.1072
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•l1qdssaZo;IQlq $$Pnla'rl p,1eA •aui `suoS '4 AalTri U,4af •d 16 1961 °096T •saonpoad tvfqasota 3o A.i3Nf uar-.;a uo se.injoat RqtntvS °g '8) 5AIT't3iIZyd JIz,,-%GS'J3h •u uouutaA 'ulILPIgma ~ *t'8 laa c . E9ZB ESZOS
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tilt718aVe.r hithly produclive mint variety Kabansksyit NOBbIH B6ICOI{OI1p0AYKTEsBHbIH COPT MATb( Ny6aHCIIaR 6 Y m. KAri',le l-a AC• k'odqs~ B. M. KOB11t1EBA, Kaea, c.-x. ttayK A. r. KOAAW, :A- Il. MElI1EPAKOB V1je$hC~rrytKo~~ CtBCQO-l1QBKO3CM0R 30Ii4ADMQA ORbtTMaA CTOMfi1tR BCfC0r03MOtp MAfJKMO•tICCAfO08QTe.1bCKOtO UNCTUTUTQ .ACI:opCTBlllhbi.C paCTfMtlg M ATa nCpe4HaA-OvHO 113 Ha11GO.nee H3BCCTHbIX ap0\taTlltleCK11X paCTeHilfl. npOAyKTW ee ne- pepa6uTKit (JIHCT, 3qIlpnoC klacll0, MeHTOJI) WIIpOKO HCnO.7b3VlOTCA B :CHMHKO•(PapMaueBTH4e- •CKafI• nap4tl0%lepHO-KOCit1CTHtICCK011 H nNluCBolt npOMbl W.1CH HOCTIf. Ex:ero:IHaR norpc6HOCTb crpalll.l B 34HpnOM MaCae MATW cOCraB11AeT npiit•iepno 406 T It );'lOB- JICTBOpRCTI'R nlifulb tia 25-30°,4. B CBA31t C 3T11A1 HCO6XOaH.%IO 31Ja•L1iTe:IbHO yBe.'1i1'iI1Tb VpoN:aii, H •CGOp \IATHOrO Cl.lpbSi B CTpalle. TJOCTI14b 3'rOTO lt1ONC11OA3 C;T ~Cllrl/pe~1}{IS1 'tOl~ AC~ aOtK\'~ b- •Trpoil B~+pal.-Ila. Cetl~o3,{C~'Ib1ITalniA. a'T l: Utrl- ~-.. --~ ~..WW_.~,. yAK 665.527.652/.654.002.3 Be: pSev: }'a.•k. /..n F~ t. 1 n Le9 i P 0 7%` 429- 1 euential oil interspecies I: RY oil/ha. _. . 50253 8207 oova O{,vtn. Sl•rnts.. V-0a. Nanchno•Lsled.`.0- liitt.e; US.1It/. Ma•.hr. %hnr. l4wn-aa. s). A new mint hebrid with a hiKA etrnteni•ul - ind menthu( (1[7U-U7-6j wus obtainr.rf by I1"` bridizatiun. The plant yield. 91-8 kR esxntial,IH ~ YPo)Ka1t. vk-~-. HoM MacAe Hx He npeBbl111aeT 50%. P• YBeJISis111Tb KO.R114eCTB0 MeHTOAa B MSITIIOat MBCAC i•:9)KHO TOJIbKO nyTCb1 BbIBe~Cllilfi Bb1COKU- MeHTO.'IbHblx copTOB. CeBepo-KaBKa3CKaS1 30- HanbHaA onwrnaa craHUH11 Bcecofo3noro HayyHO- 11CC:ImBaTe7bCKoro 11HCTHryra aexapCTBeHHblx paCTC1i11N (BIVnP) B coApyHCecTBe c MHCTHT)'- TOM uHronOrlu1 H reHCT11KH CO AH CCCP c 1965 r. npoao;tnr ce.aexulfoHHVlo pa6ory C Msl- roil iiepetlHOfl, CTPCMSICb BbiBeCTlI BbICOKOnpOAyK- TIIRIIWC COpTa. MCTOAOM MeH:B11jtOBO{t r1t6pI1A113au11H nonytle- .ZHbi rn6pnub1 C BIACOKIIM Couep>+:a1IUCM 3lp1IplIO- ro alacna 1t MeuroAa. OAHaKO 6o7bW1u1CTBO Hx W. )(tt•uv<.a.. Y. I \L;, hai:rsh. A. (..: :1leshnc~rvnkov, A. I•.
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50253 8274 BC 269 Rp Reid, Eric, 1922- N ~' Bi h i l f h t d O d l em ca approac or ew ~ oc .~ s , es o cancer. t st e 'A . York, Pergamon Press j19651 ai, 1fl£s p. tilus• 20 cm. (The Commonwealth and tnternattonai library: Btochemistry dtvtston) h B1bli 183-19L a a Y • R P oB- ' :•~1 -a -~-~_------ --
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. ._ _r_.__ c__... ._._. _-__. . _--__Y_ _.. --._ _ ~._.._.~~ 50253 8251 ~ ~`!a. Sc~ (196tt) 21.1 7. _ . - I METABOLIC INTER-RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CYANIDE, 77 X Re -78 2 THIOCYA~YATE AND VITAMIN B,= I~ S. S.P. SMQKERS.AND NON-SMOKERS1 \ • J. WILSON AND D. M. MATTHEWS JI~I.RG Clurical Genetics Research Unit, Institute of Child Health, and Jnstltute of Neurology, London; and Department of Chemical Pathology, Instltute of Neurology, The National Hospital, London • (~satrtd 12lu/y 1965) ' SUMMARY 1. Plasma cyanide,-thiocyanate and serum B,2 concentrations were estimated in twenty-sevcn healthy subjects of whom seventcen were smokers and ten were non- •. smokers. The proportion of serum 13,2 extractable in the absence of added cyanide was higher in smokers than in non-smokcrs. Q~ ki bo sm kc n on smokcrs togethcr, there was a positive correlation w nidan t u a c concentrations. There was an inverse relationship bc~ d~ I'o~y ~ ~ c~ ~ between the thiocyanate concentration and the ditTcrence between the total- scrum --- _--^ _ ~{' rowous As rn• e~fraciable ttl ttte air~rncs of c snHle ~ p y .
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U S~ nlltc• ti uf y-1)itttc•tit;•l:lttiitic j~t- Itc•n~ lc•; c lclalk~ 1 78 II Me ~ 1'ruliiunaicy as 1'ctlcnli't) . null;cticst . ~ F.•7tf&fi:4 I'e•r/(ICx l:. ILANxjt, Axn Atrrncfl A. 11.t,al•r:r Drjmrhnrnl nj Ilcdirinal Churria(ry, Schoo/ of Phnrnrnry, The I'artrrxi/y nj JCnnur:r, l.arrr, rrre, Iinrrxaa 66044 IrcrAirrd June .30, 1:M,9 s lC3t•. The r•~•n1Uc:.r:; uf trrut~-I rliurrlh~~l:,lninw1-pllen}•1-lyn•(,piur,us~•t•~rlnh~•xauc (1) ulld4(v'-din:rllr~l:~mim:.~rr•} phcu~l _'(a}prul;iuno~~-/rnna,hr;~lin (2) are di-crilrc•J. :t-I)irnethyl:unirro,•ycluht•Nnunut• (4) an>; treated witb C,II;Li to give l,or,a-3 dimclll~lanritlwl-)~hcrr~lr~,luhcs:rnr~) (5). Cunvcrrlnn r,f 5 In 1wa= tllrunt;h Iri•:wnrnt N•illr prnpinuic: auh}•dridc in C:11c\. Cumprnlnd 2 was yrr•p-trrd hy a•irnilar -ccplt•ucc frmn •f-dinlrlh~l7tniu„- Irona-2-rlec:rbmuc. •Uusucc•cs4ul nltc1111)ts 1f,:,yIllllcAzc Ilu• ria nn:rlriy; uf 1 ancl !I(:: )-dirnclhrl:mliu:,-2ic)•phem •I- ?(~}prupiun~~~~-/r,rna-dre~lin are briefly Ji.cu•~iYl. The relative anenlgetic :rclivitii•. 'Iluw lllat 1 Iha• :ul 1•:1);A af G3 tnglkg anJ 2 i5 inactive at 100 Ing/l:gi 111is is compared lu murl,binc hnvin6 nt, la);, of 1.2 urg/kb in Ihis An c.ne 13 , . rtcrc•crchcn • ._-.~-u!~ l huuary 1970 dral uf t•h( ; • rl.•I:Itlal to .,w z-t„lUl\'1O11)CI'1t1111C 811:I1n(•IIcS Sllclt as ' utrpcricline and I,llc Ilronliucs. With few cxccptirm., `. :Uldics on comlimnilil, related to ni(•]lerirlinc., li:1;•c nrttilrlxlralcd a 1,4 cyclic relalionsllip wherein the N is in a ring alul t)lc phcnyl :Incl Ixil:lr fuilclions, an cstcr crr ; l,ctrruc, are substilutc/l cnt (ho "cc•nIr:IP" C scp:u•:Itcrl frunl \ bm~~~•o~lur~: r{'llc~roi ysal~• ]~C••I<~t• :1) '('7~~ fur tL an: ffctict Ic•~ c~ c t%'.•fs Ilc 1~ crr frcnx mrl - pLinc mncl nthar ttuasi-ri~;id mocicls conhining •1 twcl- -, wI.L.< 6A4'"l'c,•rt:N•rtnf.lltint.,a:•r(c. , - cltwc•ribecl for fllc :lllrliliun crf llrim:rrr :Incl ,ccnn(l:uy :Itnincs t•u mcth%•I kctnnl•.• 'l't•catmcnt of 4 a-itll (',,Il,l.i :Ircorrlo tha mrtholl clf %ierin'. olncl Lrc:' :I/Turrl/•rl lran:e-a rlinu th~ I~mino-l- IncCn% •Icvclr,llcx:uu,l (5). The crnrr.alrlwlin~ rie :ltniuu •. :Ilr,rrhol 6 c•rntlcl Irnl Ixc rll•Ir•clccl l,r ;;Itu, ccllumn chru-; 9 nult,,;;rallhy, or c•x:,millati-,n hy Ilc. l:c•:Ictiu:r with "- ('R11,A1JI-1;r :Il,cu r:lc•r unh• 5. The >lrlu•lurt• nf S ~ccls ~,;~; ,•"ntyl. t~t~ tllc• I~;>;i.. uf il, ir r}lc•ct r:l t:alcc•» :It' c•:/rurus,
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50253 8264 f QP 171 C j Conference on Metabolic Interrelations. Transactions. 'l4t- .4 r'^- I%9-- 1,7 New York. ~Y. illus. 23 cm. annuaL Isaue for 1049 has also distinctive title: Ttfetabollc tnterrelattons. Conference sponsored by Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation. 1.,: L Metabollem--Congresses. ~ QP171.C67 612.0153 5"543 Llbrary of Congress tTj 03n00 03 f.l 69
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50253 8265 QF Dorfman, Ralph Isadore, 1911- g01 Metabolism of steroid hormones ;byl 1talph I. Dorfmart D and Frank Ungar. Minneapolis, Burgess Pub. Co. t1J331 170 p. 111us. 29 cm. 4- h I~: ,~- L Sterolds. 2. Hormones. 3. 3fetabolism. L Ungar, Fran14 jotnt author. u. Title. QP551.DG6 ~ 612.0153 b3~374 j Library of Congress `•"/ g121 I 3. t. i; -7 0~ 0 0n, 0
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50253 8275. , I I ~..,~F Ruhhnd, tiYilhelm, 1878- ed. Handbuch der Pflanzenphysiologie, hrsg. von W. Ruhland in Gemeinschaft mit E. Ashby tet 4, Berlin, Springer, 1955-bo 0,,, a, s, y, s?: iF.2. 01 Y v. Illus. 26 cm. Contributlons In German or English; added t. p.: Encyclopedla of plant physiology. Includes bibliographies. CoNTexra.-Bd. 1. (ieneUache (irundlagen phyelologiecher YoF- glinge. Konstltution der Pfianzeuzelle. Bearb. von 1). 0. Catchea!*. et at.; redigtert von 13. Ullricb und 8 J. Bogen. Bd. S. Pflanze nnd Wasser. Bearb. von M. J. Adrianl, et al.; :EdigiStt von 0. Stocker. 1. Plant physiology. r. Title. u. Title: Fncycloj±edia o: plant physiology. QK711.R83 i~ 66-3135 rev Library of Congress ir57g1j 0300003_1.180~: .
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, , , . . . ... ~ 502.53 8268 ~ Greenberg, David Morrts,1895- ed. Chemical pathways of metabolism. New York, Academic Press, 1954- f~ J v. dlagrs. 24 cm. Bibllograpbtcalfootnotea. • L Ph3•slological chemistry. 2 Metabollsm x. Tttle. --+...~.... QP514.G76 Library of Congress 612.015 jr33z10j I
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50253 8279 ' M_ . =~ St~:phenson, Mttr;ory. ~ Bacte.rial metabolirm. 3d ed. London, Longinant, Grzov S t19491 :tv, 898 p. fllna. 28 cta. ElbliograpLy: p. 8Z1--&91 1. 8icteHa. 2 DSetabollsm. ; [(ZRS4•S ] 689.96 A 49--68090 llowa. State Oo1L Llbr. for Llbrary of ConS:ew ~ t4MI , ~ -...Ilww ~ ~--
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St aG. Stulberg, H. P. (ed.) INTERNATIONAL SYMI'OSIUa ENZYMATIC ASPECTS OF lIBTABOLIC LEGULATION, Mexico City, t2exico, •~ November 28 to December 1, 1966 (National Cancer Institute Mono2rnah 27) 1967 343 Pagee 4 U. S. Public Health Servico, Bethesda, W. National Cancet Institute
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50253 8281 : qu, 400 Su 4 -11MAM01 it Sucdbarg, Richard J. TIIE CHBMYSTRY OF INDOLRS (Organic Chanisrry, A Zeries of Monographs-v. 18) 1970 489 pagee Academic Presa New York ~
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.r.:. _ , t ~ . ..'. ~ .._! ~R ' Werkman, Chester Hamlin, 1893- ed. Bacterial physiolog., edited by C. Il•. Werkman and P. W, y Wilson. Now York, Academic Press, 1951. 707 D. [Ana 24 cm. L Bacteria. r. TItIe. QR84.W58 589.95 51--8141 Library of Congress () i20,
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50253 8266 ~ .. f , Finkle, Bernard Joseph, 1921- ed. Phenolic compounds and metabolic regulation, edited by Bernard J. Finkle tandl Victor C. Runeckles. New York, Appleton-Centurq-Crofts,1967. , z, 157 p. illus. 24 cm. "Wrttten under the auspices of the Plant Phenolics (3roup of North America:' ' Based ou papers presented at a symposium held at the Westerd Regional Research Laboratory, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Albxny,. Calif., August 23-25, 1~J6;i. Includes bibliographies. 1. Aietabolism. 2. Plants-bfetabolism. 3. Pbenola. t. Itun- . eckles, Victor C., joint ed. rr. Plant Phenolics Group of North " America. nr. U. S. Agricultural Research :er.•ice. 11'e.,tern Utili ~ zation Research and Development Division. rr. Title. QH521.F5 " , 574.1'3 Gf-294C5 Library of Congress ~ 181 __--... _,,,.._:_..-~~_ - -- . . -
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50253 8261 ' lli~~~r~ _g QU Baldwin, Ernest. 345 Dynamic aspects of biochemistry. 2d ed. Cambridoe' B gEng.l University Press, 1952. zz, 543 p. diagrs. 22 cm. Bibliography: D. j4S151-4ft 1. Biological chemtstry. L Title, t' FYII name: Ernest Hubert Francis Baldwin. ~ QH345.B33 1952 574.19 52-10733 ; , Library of Congress 1151 ; 34b~t~~~! fb I
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....~,:..._..___, ....__ ~ . . /~. 3 - . r. . f - :t 4 ~- 3 - __.A~ -f -. - .- .___ ; 50253 8241 XXI MeAS-73 ' S.P. Kurze Ii1forlllatioIletl intcrnist 14 335-33F (1971) Redigiert von W. Do11e, Tubiugen `~S#Xlnbcr- cr ag 1973 M'TABQLIC.:DISTiTRBA13CES' DUE 1Q:" YNTWE:+Ot3$ 'DOiSLV QF. Ff MC1'p3L'blt. ` SORBLTQV. = .. Stoffivechsclstorunden durch intravenose Gabe von Fructose oder Sorbit Lbsungtn einigcr Monosaccharide werden in der klinischen Medizin viclfaltig zur intraven6sen In- fusionsh^handlung benutzt. Auf3cr Glucnse werden vorwic-cnd Fructose und Sorbit vcrwandt. Fructose wurde seit den grundlcgcndcn Untcrsuchungcn von Leuthardt und seinem Arbcitskreis (Ubcrsicht s. [8]) zum Stotfr.echsel dieser Ketohcxosc in zunchmcndcun Aia(ie fur therapeutische Zwec}x empfohlcn. Ursache fur die gcgcnubcr Glucose. vicliach b.-vo:zugtc Vcr- wendung von Fructose undfoder von Sorb:t, dessen Ahbau in der l..chcr iib:r'1=ructose erfo'.;;t; sind eini~e schleunigt und der Gesamtadeninnucleotidgehalt der Leber nimmt ebenfalls dcutlich ab [4, 13]. Endprodukt des Abbaucs von AMP ist Harnsaure. Die Harncaure- konzentration iri Serum nifnmt unter intravenbser Fructoseinfusion cntsprcchend zu [7, 13]. Die Infusion von Fructose wurdc deshalb als diagnostischer Test fur die Erkennung einer Gicht empfohlen [1]. Die starke ATP-vcrarmung fiihrt zu einer Hemmung energicabhangiber Syntheseleistunfien, wie dcr Pro- tcinsynthese [9) und der RNS-synthese [5), in der Leb.er. ., .. ... .--,.. . - ._..r, . ,.... ._ .. __.. , _ .._.__ r. .~ 0'3~~061 03 ~i46 .
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ANTIBIOTICS--BIOSYNTHESIS/BIOSYNTHESIS/FUNGICIDES/PHYTOTOXINS/ METHANE, BIOGENESTS/1kE7ABOL,ISMbIL SPILLS/PETROLEUM MICROBI®LOGY/ FLAGELLA, BACTERIAL/WATER--POLLUTION/BIOLUMINESCENCE, BACTERIAL/ ANNUAL REVIEW OF MICROBIOLOGY "°`°"", MORTIMER P. STARR, Editor University of California, Davis JOHN L. INGRAHAM, Associate Editor University of California, Davis A. BALOWS, Associate Editor 417! EL CAMINO WAY 1977 FALO ALtO. CALIFORNIA %M6
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50253 8283 .,.,..~~....: ~ ._~ ~. ~_.. _ r.:F-, _ ,..~.,. Qp Umbreit, Wayne William, 1913- 521. Metabolic maps. 1linnenpolis, Burgess Pub. Co. 11952j ~ U - 439 p. diagrs. 29 cm. Includes bibliographies. '•i ii L B[ological chemtstry. 2. Ddetabolism. i. Title. QP521.U55 ~ 612.015 52-403S ~ I Library of Congress °~ L33qT1
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50253 8282 10 11 Y __.~~~Ol~fpq: QP Umbreit, Wayne William, 1913- a$ Manometric techniques and tissue metabolism, by W. W. U Umbreit, R. H. Burris and J. F. Stauffer. Chapters on specialized techniques by P. P. Cohen (and others, and con- tributions by J. A. Bain iand others. 2d ed., Minneapolis, Burgess Pub. Co. 11949, i,! 111, 227 p. inus. 29 cm. ; Includes "Reterences." 1 1. Tissuee. 2. Metabolism. r. Title. ! QP38.II5 1949 612.015072 49-43585' Library of Congress( D i15• 03 000 03 1.1 87 - ,k..'w...,, , .,w _ . .. -
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CADMIUM--TOXICITY/ METABOLISM'k AL HEALTH/ CAUMIU X OGY/ I U M CADM IN THE ENVIRONMENT Part ll: Health Effects Edited by JEROME O. NRIAGU ca.N, p.tu, for w.w w,ws wtl.pu., o.u.b, a.~d. _...~...._.,.-..-,- ... a 3 o e o a~ t ~ r a A MREY•WfER$CIENCE M11L1CATION JOHN WILEY & SONS PNw lf..t * CYeima * 1rYfw • Two.w • Si.V1m V \'Jy~ f -1 I
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50253 9253 Ng'r" RJR CLASS~ N0." PAMPHLET 79 R Ng .,.• Nguyen, T. L. ;. Gruenke, L. D. ; Cas tagnoli, Jour Medicinal Chem 22 (No 3) 259-63 t1979) (in EnRlish) • ~ . :*T'!~!~ . . CH$M2CAtLY ~BAAGT S IIV~p ~"~'~ ~+ ~ 4~XIA~ZIt~ 8~ I~t~~b`t'tNB °'!`~=~'dyEDL TES < ' ~;(Univ,fCalif,, Dep, Pharm, Chem., San Francisco,.Ca1i£., U. S.)- .,, , y ~ tmplicating the in situ yeneratiua o( the N•methyleniminJum speciea durint the course of mctabu6c oxidati.•e v t a was uw K c~ ~ . u s t u Y with~wt prior nitrrgen-carbun bond c1es.•aBe. llnoruicotine appeara to occur at least in part of N-(~anometh ; shuwn to be S'-cyanunia.,titx, a prodioct prev7.wsly ilated from similar microsomat preparations. 71u ucond c~•ano 1 J f N-( •ux.meth "nrnent w•as eunfrn~ed by s~nthts7s Furmatiun iine this structure assi b~MUnit dd h t t d r uns n c ed t L astabhshed by GC k.lA1~ anahxs of the deutcnum-Ialxlcd products o m rom e spe Ka ~ cu e , substrates (S)-niati,tine-S',S'-db (R,SI•nicutina4',S'.S'•da, and (R,S)•nicotine•N-mcthyt-dy Oise cyanu adduct was f . u s. . t c j ave u e t ar0 e ua u e r ~ • t e . t~rled ' •I if It • d t h i ' I StuQms on me melloouSm oa nipxine uy raUUn uver mKrusomar rracuwa rn ane presence vS v.v. n& sw.uu..J...~... r - -I l e The /ocations of the q•ann Yroups ..er / f tw• i ~m r'e c•snunicutine com wnds t r' twM h 1 d t t1 I tf-demethylatiun ot nicotine.
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50253 8285 t tiih itc} q~1['4~sht PRIN"PLLS 0F 81QC.Hp+1ZSYtLY, ~y . ,~cu•u~; Fhiiip 'rIsndler, a4d Emil L. Su,ith 1964 1106 tn. 'AL,'Jk tr•n; . T~_•1 V•~r
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50253 8290 t t QP 171 Ca ~,~n~alist.~+~B~CChamf stt~. Cantarow, Abraham CLINICAL BIUCt1E.1ISTRY, 6th ed., by Abraham Cantarow and Max Trumper. 1962 776 papes W. B. Saur.d.rs Company Phi1ad4'. (Si: ~
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50253 8231 , % . FILTER-TIP MATERIALS/ ! RJR TRANSLATION t Straeten. P. V.; Quintena, G.; Poppe, G. ; (1'abacofina Soc., Vaartkasi) RJR CLASS N0. TRANSLATION DENIER PER FILAMENT MEASUREMENT OF CE, _1JLOSE,,,,_E FIBERS BY MICROSCO1 r - EXAMINATION. . ... - ~ . . ._• _ *(Mesuec,-~,deu,ie~:g~&:f~,~ji~IR~~ ~#hs•!~ e4_:aagtat.~.ds.~ellulqs~ .pax:. ~ examea ait. aicroacope.). i Ann, Direc. Etudes Equip. SEITA 1974 (No. 12) 35-4b (1974) (in French ~ f... ,.~. English translation available). , ,l ... , . . . ..:'• .. . .. • _ . . . _ . t . ~. . . , 1. ..l.. I
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50253 8287 f RADiATiaN/Nur.t.E*R mcpiGiNE/ NE4 PL * S i.!/~f7~"~d ~~~';•l~,._. &OLOGV AND MEDICINE ORAU-113 ! research report IFORTHE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1970 ~ 3 0 0 n 0 • • , Medical Di~.~is:oA Oak Ridge ssor.~Ated G~.i, ~ersities
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GP Nachmansohn, David, 1899- ed. 171 Metabolism 1nd function; a collection of nnpers dedicated N to Otto Meyerhof on the occasion of his 65th birthday. New York, Elsevier Pub. Co., 1950. ' 348 p. ports., dlagrs. 28 cm. Iucludes bibliographies. l. Meyerhof, Otto. 1584- 2 1lfetaboltsm-Addresses, essaye, lectures. 3. Physiological cbemtstry-Addresses, essays, lecturesi QP171.bi38 ~~ 612.0153 50-4416 Library of Congress """ t7,
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STEROIDS & STEROLS--METABQtCiSM-,- V. lICYTqMQME Pt4S0,V.1/ PESTICIDES---- TOXICOLOGYAnGANDIN & THEiBLUTATHIO` E s-TRANSEERASES IN BINDING STEROID METABOLITESt CARCINOGENS & OTHER COMPOUNDS, V.2/ FURAN DEj;IVATIVES, V. 2/( .. : "' ./ACETAMINOPHEN,V.2/ REVIEWS IR IOCHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY, VOL. 1(1979 2 (198Q ~ V^= . . Editors: ERNEST HODGSON i;1 North Carolina State University JOHN R. BEND National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences RICHARD M. PHILPOT National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences ELSEVIE R/NORTH-HOLLAND NEW YORK • AMSTERDAM • OXFORD 6 3 0 0 e 0 3 1 .1 9 7 CHLOROFORM, V.1/TOXICOL Y,V. L,2/METABOLISM--vBIOBIB:tILSTR1~V.1,2/ RA .,._ ~ -- ----~ ._ _
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50253 8296 1 HYDROCARBONS, POLYCYLCIC--CARCINOGENESIS BY/MWAS.%jSj9" ZO COMPOUNDS/ AMINES--CARCINOGENS/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEI4ICAI,S/NITROSAMINES/ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICA,LS/ ENVIR01*tENTAL HEALTH/NITROSAMINES RC ' CHEMICAL CARCINOGENESIS. 267 Br 4 1947 British Medical Bulletin Vol. 4(4/6).1946/1447 . The,British Medical Council,. Medical Dept. - THE BRITISH COUNCIL ' 3 HANOVER STREET LONDON W.1 EDITOR: -N. HOWARD-JONES O.B.E. as.R.C.s. L.R.C.P. ' BMB 798-1011 .0.3' 0 0o0 3 1 20 1-
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50253 8300 TS 2240 U 4 Matabo2isn=-~oots ~tad~oisotopei~ . , . . ~ i~.'_.i'~^I~`~.dh . ... . ... r .......~.u . Kursanov, A. L. THE ROOT SYSTEM AS AN ORGAN OF METAbOY.IS M. UNESCO International Conference on Radio- isotopes in Scientific Research - NS/RIC/128. 12 p. Paris 1957 030 0 0 0 3 1 ao9
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50253 8305 Micro- t ~ .. ~_ ._. „~.--• .. . film No. 85 Metiboliss,,,Ana.robic--Sssences_..,_sipi ~ , .auntial,, qi~ . Burmdister, J. DIE AETHERISCHEN OLE ALS PRODUKT EINES PARTIELL ANAEROBEN STOFFWECHSELS. (Volatile Oil as a Product of Partial Anaerobic Metabolism.) Microfilm from: Planta Med. 8, 1-33 (1960) .,
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50253 8295 MITAWI~1SW-BIQLflGT"RMDS0a/h'UTRIiIO*:--BIOLOGICP.T.. IiANDBr.OK/BLO'JD/ RESPIRATION/BODY IZUIDS/CIRCULATORY SYST;`?i/ Rl;F Q 123 Al . 1974 iology Data B)ook Second Edition VOLUME III CAbPILED AND EDITED DY . Philip L. Altmso and Dorothy S. Dittmcr Federstion of American Societies for Experimental Bio!ogy assamA, wRrs._UVD
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50253 8293 ~ PROTEINS--BIOSYNTHESISiii*i.,- . Qp FATTY ACIDS--BIOSYNTHESIS/NUCLEOTIDES/ S01 Le Short Cc; ~~~~ lII 1973 2 c. BiachemzStry ALBCRT L. LEHNINGER i-HE JOHNS I-r,npL.rn,rc tJ\jIVFACiTY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE WORTH PUBLISHERS, INC. j _WBCLEIC-ACIDS----BIOCHEMTSTRY/VITAMINS-=BrOQqEr!ISTRY/' BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRYJ CARBOHYDRATES--BIOCHF.MISTRY/ BIOSYNTHES IS /ENZYrTES--BI OCHE:[IS TRY /LIP I DS--B IOCIiF.MI ST.4Y/ O VaAj ~'~'~.~;~ • . • . . ' • ' . . .. . • . . . . •. 0 3.~ a o n~ t ~ 9$
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50253 8286 r itle m. L RS110.W5 0 615.3 Library of Congress 148e3j 0 3 ~ 0 A 0 3 1. 1 9 1 Williams, Richard Tecwyn. Detoxicution mechanisms; the metabolism of drugs and allied organic compounds. London, Chapman & HaI1,1947. •tU, 288 p. 23 cm. Bibliography: p. 252-274. l. Chemistry, Ifedical and pharmaceutical. 2. Drugs. 3. MetaW T 118 , 48-27:',34 ~: - ~~~ ..,._ ~ - --a.~, ..
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50253 8297 ; :A i: A. oIda Cantarow, Abraham 171 Ca CLI:ixCAi. BIOCilEMISTRY, 6th ed., by Abraham CantaroW and >•tax `Prumper. 1962 776 pAges W. B. 5aunders Coapany Philadelphia
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- +- - 1tIG~laaInLOGY, INnIJSTItiAL! : . :~ • - .... _ y,. ~ ALKAI,OIDS--BI OSYNTRESIS /BIOSYNTIiES I SY~~ SI ~~ C5'~BIOCR~S~ O V . Editcd by: ZDE~~'O ENZYMES=-S~;ESIS/A.''4INo ACIDS--BI Qtt GENETICS OF~INDUSTRIA . ~£~.~s HoSt~.ER 53 Va NIICROOItGatiISNAIS . . . 1973 4j JOSEF cvniLv - - - --- . . -' . : ' ~ . , _ judtyte of hlicrobioIogy I f , - r---~ - -~-~- A-CTINOaYCETES 9:D• ELSEVIER PUBLISHING COMPANY Atnsterdsm - London - New York 1973 VOLU'ME II . Czechoslovak Academy of Scieaces Prague . 50253 8288
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QH 345 b 1. B!ologlcal chemtatry-Collected works. QH345.B522 612.015 ~- Library of C•ongreas ~ s2l ~ ~-...-•-- Bioche:nical Society, Londan. Symposia. no.1- Cambridse, Univeraity Press,1948-J ~ /;Lv. 111as. 23 cm. -....~....~r.e.~.•, 0
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50253 8291 QF. 514 Co Coan, E. E. QUTLZtMS OF eICCHEMISTttY. 2tiU IiULTIOa, by E. E. Conn, and P. K. Str=P! 1967 468 Pages Vil©7 Nw York, N. ?. ® i 1• 3 0 E} n q3 . 1 19- r
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50253 8307 . NETAAOLiSM; INBnRN1!RRORS nn TORACC.O--SMOKTP7G--HEART,EFFFCT ON/ RR 155 Na 1975 esearch NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES WASHINGTON, D.C. 1975 El Committee for the Study of ~ Inborn Errors of Metabolism _ r 2.n A, ~ 0 D3visin oiecal~cicnccs ~p -~_ Y" Assem ly'o~ Li e Sc~cnces r ~ , ,~~` ' / GENETIC SCREENING Pronams, 4l[~~Bx~enples, and . .,
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50253 8302 A Yacoub, M. L,A rlilt}CYYAlIAxURZ9 DU f'L"4F.Utt (Ttiiqcyanaturia of Srao3ceacs), by H. YAcavb, J. Faura, J. M. 4allion and G. Cau Mod. LoR. Doms. Corpor. 3(:1o. 3) 266-70 (1970) (in French with .Fnglish Abstract) ,
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6 6 1 -1 1! 0 u0 0 V 0 ' I :1-1a1 teapt %0og T'iTH-n2x 'dd goTi 9 961 I 30 S21dS0i1183 b6ZB fSZOS
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50253 8300 HEART••/ GERIATRIC PHARMACOLOGY/ ADVANCES IN ExPERIMENTAL-MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY, VOLUME 97/ CANCER/ ~.~~5lA80LI9kW- GERIATZIC PAARMACO OGY/ RTJGS--AGING/NnTRITION/ PHARMACOLOGI~A Edited b p C y I TERVENTION IN J ay R b~~~ ~ vanis ,; , / and Philadelphia Geriatrk Center . r'wT~ `~'~' •- - , „ . , -- d~ 1 j~~, I/f1~i11 l.i rR V u ES ~~ Richard l.. Aaei ~ n AAn g ;~ PLENUM PRESS • NEW YORK AND LONDON I aFe]e Renareh Inatituta o a.d Phladelphia Ga;atric Centu and Vincent J. Cristof alo Thc wistu Lutf tnte and PWhdelp/iia Geriatrk Center
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Nach.nansohn, David, 1899- Ed. Metabolism and Function; a co].lection' of papora dedicated to Otto Moyerhof on the occasion of his 55th birtizday. New . York, Elsovier Pub. Co., 1950. 348 p. ports., diagrs. 26 cn. c' Includes bibliographias.
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50253 8303 Sa Tro.r~ s u~~~t s-- Bi ~ ~ y P FlP a ct T o se~/ 6-j4u c o s E, twvooe r.g-rallu.ov 5 tl c ROjE M EriosAr itM /,v/ ~3'u 6ir.t 0-AA'4/ SUGAR CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL AND NUTRITIONAL ASPECTS OF SUCROSE ~ T Q Q(1 J®H14 YV14.119 8 QO3a'/ yu / q 7/ JACKJEj2E J.DtigN, --
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Metabolisw aad- fVnctioa iw=nervoua :tishue, v. ~ ca Biochemical Society, London. ' 345 Symposia, no.1- N ~ B Cambridge, University Press,1948- s~t ! /l r. lllu& xf cm. 1 Blotogical chemletry-Collected works. QH345.B522 612.016 61--803? Library of Congrees ' ~2~ .
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n OF A t QC ; k MA}xit.IowBIoACLC'A~ tPF2CTS 795 '- Apfil4c PARYIt`bE. Y?t~£TTT'_F.R,- kOLOtFIi&"i-2I0: R . . Badiation Itaseatxch METABOLISM A2M BIOLOGICAL BFFEC'TS OF AH ALFHA PARTICLE BMITTEtt, POLUNIUM-21J. 1964 442 p. Academic Press Nav Yark
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50253 8309 ~ i ~ ~g ~~ i STUDIES ON THE INFI:JE."I^Y-S 0F SA.LT 0:1 taICa08IAL M..TA30LXSM IV. So re Chamicsl Ob,E=:~r'.+atiana in the Caurse ef Rige::ing af by n .mu ~. ..aq~~~~ 1.... S..i:.....ra , ~,a~i end lat•s, Ye,mc-voto (1970) Nsgssaki, Sustuu l:l...r1• i4a. Jva. rCi. 74r ZrrirJ 20 617-20 (195`10) 0 03n0n0 3 1.2 1 4 . -1
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50253 8316 } r , TH&-ATABIsbIS6! 0F CERTAIN DWGS- AHI+, FOqB( . CuEM1~~q Z.... ., ~".•x.:..s>., .r _._. _ . 'Ji1liw a, R. T. Tti r: .1E~'ASOLI5:d OF C ERTAIN DRUGS AND FOOU C!iMTCASS '[14 LF,r'1 ~ Az,n. a. Y. ACad. of Sci. 179 141--154 (1971) I 0 3n 40 0 3 t 2 2 1
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50253 8311 f ..) `Na 564 F Fogg, Gordon Elliott. The metabolism of algae. London, Methuen; New York, Wiley 11953j 149 p. lUus. 17 cm. (Methuen'a monographs on biological eub• jects) 1. Algae. 2. Plants--lfetaboUsm. L Title. . QK565.F6 0 589.3 53-132-32 Library of Congress 1151 ~~..«w~,....-..,•,.,.e.r,--.....,.-+~..r.-v. -. ,h~.;t'7....._. . . . . -...~.t,4v.7.,.....n....-~.,.,,w7,..~~ 03~1p~d3.f.2 i 6
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Green, John &erbert. 'AAn introduction to human physiology. London, 14ew•York, Oxford University Preas, 1963. 153 p. illus., diagrs., tablss. 24 can. (Oxford medical publications) Includes bibliographies.
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- -- .- --.~.~._------- __1,~. --- Archives lnternationales de Physioingie e/ de EtocGintie, 1971, 79, 665-679 665 I t Resu le 25 novcnibrc 1970. - ~ ,THE METABOLISM OF [2-"C] COUNIARIN id AND 2-"C J-7-IiYDROY~'COU~I~IRIN, .CJ-7-IiYDROY~'COU~I~IRIN IN THE RAT ' ,.a.....~,. . l MY C. F. VAN SUMERE and H. TEUCHY (Laboratoriunj voor Planrenbiocheinie, Rrjksmriversiteir, Gent) Coumarin and its derivatives occur naturally in many plants, seeds and fun.-ispores (BATE-S>IITN, 1959; YAN SUnIEtzE, 1960; HARBOR\•E and SIMMONDS, 1964; AUSTIN and CLARKE, 1966). Um- belliferone (7-hydroxycoumarin) and aesculetin (6,7-dihydroxycou- marin) have been identified in normal and pathological human urine (YAN SUMERE et al, 1959). In addition, the toxic eflccts of the unsubstituted compound on many species of animals have been reported (SHILLiNG er al., 1969). The metabolisn,i of coumarin has further been studied in plants (KOSUGE and CoNN, 1959 and 1961; KOsucr., 1961 ; StVAr el al., 1965; VAN SUMu:Re et aL, 1970), fungi (BocKs, 1967) and bacteria (I.FVV. 1964- 1 rvw and WF.INSTFI'. 1964). and also some reports 0 0 3 1 2 2 4
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--- - RADIOIS©TOPES--BIOLOGICAL APPLICATI(1N/ 50~53 8327 74 VI Va-,75 IOBACCO--SUGARS/SACCfiARIDES--METABOLISM/' RJR CLASS NO. PAMP}iLET 74 VI Ka-75 Kakie, T. (Utsunomiya Tobacco Exp. Sta., Jap. Tobacco Salt Public Corp., Jap.) METAIs+f)4IS.4: Qr.414Q...LA8EI.ED - SiJGARS- S(RVU.j'A-,:TQ -.T4B•hGCO .:LFAVF'iS:.-DURI?W (r!1RTt1G•..(STIIDIES ON. SACCaARIDE WTf.HOLISM _UF TOBACCO LE.AVE9 DURING CURIkG. PART hlb. Nippon Nogei Kagaku Kaishi 48 (No. 7) 389-95 (1974) (in Japanese with English summary) ^ *Keywords:* glucose-14C, tobacco, additive; f ructose-14C, tobacco, additive; sucrose-14C, tobacco, additive.
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75 VI Ka TOkACCO--LEAVES--MATURITY/ TOBACCO- -SUGARS /SUGARS --TOBACCO/. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 V: Ka ' Kakie, T. (Japan Tobacco,..Sa1t Pub. Corp., Utsunomiya Tobacco Exp. Sta., Oyama-Shi, Tochigi, Jap.) METABOLIS:f.:Qii;,=:CLiK~Br, •FA1tCTOSB.' l~1H' StJCB~S~E' IN` TOBACCt~' LEAVES` DURINC Soil Sci. Plant Nutr. 20 (No. 3) 271-78 (1974) (in English) *Keywords:* glucose -14F, tobacco, additive; fructose-14C, tobacco, additive; sucrose-14C, tobacco, additive; malic acid, green, constituent; succinic acid, green, constituent; sugar phosphate, green, constituent; glutamid acid, greed, constituent; aspartic) acid, green, constituent; y-aminobutyric acid, green, constituent; alanine, green, constituent; serine, green, constituent.
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t f~'lf'! AY~ lti&~iLll'A OT T~cc.ta,.Smolr~~Irri.t-ant.3, P. S. Larson. A;~,~t•,.can Chem.tcal Society. Divisiot: oj" A3ricultural and Food Chen.i. stry, Chemistry of Tobacco, a sy^.nposiura presented at the A. C. S. Diamond Jubt--,. meeting. From: Ind. and Eng. Chem. 44: 265-30cw ;
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s Q~. : . K~TWI.IShis / INTK1RltPDL4RY METABOLISM A.V'D PATHtii.OCt p ~ 4b Stcwa7Cd, P. C. , @d. ' PLAIv'T PHYSIOIAGY, A :reatise. V. ia 1959- Academic Press Nev York 0
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50253 8332 ~t~TAeal.rs~r~n ar Nicarl l~ ~c ~aulTStia cararxx~ ouri~~ avtlr~ . s~tu franch and in English) by W. C. Franken9,,rg and e. P. ~ Grimaaeili. , ~ (nt.rnttlontl 8ci.ntific ToDscco Congrasst fl,rot. aqTERAATiONAt SC:£KT'FIV T03ACC0 CONCRE$Si, F/?ST (Prw .i.:- Ccr,g-ra bct.ntifiqus tnt.rration.l du 'aDaa.,) IH 'yJ YOt:~ES. 1953 LXXX Plcs 803 pegaa* in Fr.nch anf la Enpll.h. S. Ee 1, Ts Ao - Paris a4aPgerar 03n0n43 i.237
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50253 8321 June 19.6 345 p. Moroti.'Ua Fh.O, Theais Uni.vorsity ot California Los Ane.'olas 131bliograpby: p. l0j* 118, 23i 29i 52+ 69i 70t 06, 950 1260 ?27i ]34, 340 f ilm No. 69 ~~4. ~T~ PA'~'~~, ~ .citi0i1bcxgv GZJilfifl32` TjTE 1ir~~BOL~i'! CF TIi:~ r 5EaTLiL FATTY ACID3.
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=. s x z r£0 010 a~ o 0 'o:1 t:i:3^.-oEiQ Ptio ~.r.aCTJ GE P.Q1 (w~5t) zoz oc;Z (z .oTl) 7) m;ttoTa :tuo.:v Y~ ~so~.ora (so~ at~~a-~og tq cut.zFI'MoD JO WT7oqe'~o;i sU) °42=UrIOS s.t.1.=4uliiQo mQ Z.::.ai.7 au '::QiS t1C:d us:'n `H "g7c)i 11 OZEB ESZOS
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50253 8313 " f .... ...._. _.. _. __..~._.....__...___. - ' "._. _ ._ ~ . . ___~ . ~ i II~ Ka .• -. ME'fl1BbLIS#f OF' r«?'L%%kt CEuS Y;J'r"ec-Cr,II 'JI'L'ft ; 3 ~uCI~ :1~R I}:I1~.1lIRi]S;:S (1969) 1 Kaplan, Albert S. M8TA430LISH OF AIVIMAL CELLS I~il~"~:CZ'ED HIPt1 NUCLEAR rii?A yIP,USc".S, by Albert S. Kaplaa and Tannar Ben-Porat Ann. Rev. riicroblol. 22, 627-450 (1968) 0 3 oQ n0 3 t 2 t s
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50253 8330 . ' 03 4 A n o 3. I 2 3 S fi7m t':o. 64 M.'A80LISAI OF llIC14."JWTR?EtiT ....v f ~,s u. ~ Iei~/Ji:3C ~•y~ ~ ~ •s.. LYa-1 QF I•i'~'C'~7aL:.i"s:..,~ LL•l.~L~:,_ rj I-'iA"~i'.i. ' 4' I!:i~.'iJ.:L.i'l x Y.~ S u:-C :.• 1^'tG : ~;aZl1oz. :ot;. i . ~'. ' . . .. .. . - s .-lr~ Allm~ - ~ . - . - - I
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~ 50253 8318 '• Y s € ~ r t ; ~ ; i •: ~ f ' O '~', ~ fournni of Jledicim~l nucl Pl~armaccutical II CoAl-78 Chomistry_ S.P. ----,- • ~ ~uxuNy•a7.~:• T1ic Dtct.zT)olisin of [3-"C~~Coumarin Vot~ 3,No. ; 31. Si.ktctrF-n and P. T. WILLIAMS, Departmenl of l3ioclcentistry, St. ilary's Ho•spital Medical r5chooi (iiriiccrsity of Loiutowc), London, ll'.2 In an earlier paper' we gave an account of a qualitative iiiresti- gation of the fate of coumarin in the animal body. 3- and r- Nydroxycoum. rin were proved by isolation to be metabolites of coumarin in rabbits. We also showed by paper chroinatorirarhy that theso two compounds -vrere metabolites.of coumarin in tho ferret, guinea pig, mouse and rat. Furthermore, cviclcnce was obtained that 5- and S-hrdroxycouniarin .v^.re metabolites, albeit mino: ones, in most of these animals. We did not find 4- and G-hydrox. courulrin, G,7-dihrdroxycnumlrin, o-couin:~ric Fcid (o-hydrosy-trans-cinnamic zcid), melilotic acid (o-hydroxy- rl:enthiropionic acid) or salicylic acid in tlie urine of aniinnls a loscd with coiimarin. ` Since the aboce paper was publislied and whilc the present work was.in progress, two papers have appeared on the mctwbo- lym o t,'f co~na~ . ~ Fu~ya= haes~contirmed that 3- and 7-hydroxy- U x ~,.--....~.~.-,.a..~. =~a... _ 3
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50253 8301 RC 46 St ~:.:5.~-.....~.:..:..c.i.~si•~ ~s-~~ - -~s.-.1.:5' _ - . ~'. ~l~t~8e~f sa+~~-~ ~r.~ 'lq STARLING AND LOVATT EVANS PRINCIPLES OF MW PHY3IOI.OCY. Editad by flagb _ Davaon and H. Grace Eggloton 190 1668 Pages J. i A. Churchill Ltd. London ~..,w.v+-.... ,,~t,.....~~t!-~•° ~ ~ r_ --°^--..,. -- ~---c^-= 0 30Q n 0 3 1.20 6
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~,-~.. . ~... _._<_.~. ~y 0 OF NJCOi'rNE 2N THL HUMAN ANO ;XCREryrYj To ___MIDINE-COMPaMS eY S["1GK~A5. EdW~trcl ;a,~ .r;~;:n;r~r, 1958 Lennox H. `lurnbu11 and Herbert McKennis, Jr. ~~ , TOBACCO C}O1ISTS' RF'SrARCH GC r1~iLr'Cu. 1958 October 23-2?t, 1958 Duke Univecsi+:Y, Dsrham, 3. C. Folder contipir:a copids o3 acma of ths paper3 preaented Pt tne 12th 't'obEcco Ch-^nicts' Itenearch Co:zfarence, D,ike Universi t„ h',:rha;a, N. C., 1958. For ].i.st of papers aee pamphlet.
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50253 8299 * t. QP 171 Gr ;. ~oona~..~20 4 w,; Greenberg, David H. MET4ltOLIC PATHWAYS, 3rd ed. Vol. II- Lipids, Steroids, and Carotenoids. Vol. III- At4n4 Acids and Tat_Eryrr'3les.4o1.= TriCRrboxy~'~ Pa,dCye jc) ANd Carbohydratz 1968, 1969 2 Vo7. ,. Academic Press New York ~
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.~"r'rrrrs~ x K~ ° I~TABb2.IS~f fiF' INSECTICIDE RESIDUES. FATE OF Bo ZNH1tLBD6.C14::'M II3 _FABBIT-9:" ~ : g Thwery, T. G. , META230LIS~t~GF INSECTICIDE RESIDUES. FATE ~ -1TDE IN ILABBITS, by Powury, OF INHALED C' T. G, ; P. E. Gstterdasa; F. E, Grsthrie aad R. 1:. Rabb. (N. C. State Univ. at Raleigh, Tobacco Rtpriat Series, No. 191) Repriatcd from: Jour. Agr. Food Ch4w. 13 356-359 (JulyOAugust 1965) + ~,. . . 2 3 o
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50253 8306 h ., TOBACCO--S"10KING--HEALTH EFFECT/LUNCS--CANCER--Gi:NFTICS/ BLOOD/ ENVIRONMENTAL HELATIi /;4UTAGENESIS/BIRTII DEFECTS/VINYL CHLORIDE/A`+P:S TYPE TESTINQ/ GENETICS--DISEASE/1~AHQXTBafs"INBn~- ERRORS"OP/CIIROMOSO`-IE ABERRATIO.JS/ BIRTH WEIGHT/TERATOGENESIS/CANCER--CAUSATION SY GENETIC FACTORS/ CANCER--CAUSATIO*I--3Y ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS/ ~~~CE;--VIROLOGY/ , GENETIC DAMAGE IN MAN CAUSED BY Edited by ENVIRONMENTAL ° E BERG R RB .155 Be 1979 KA AGENTS Profe3sor of Medicine Diredor, Institute of Medical Genetics. University ojOslo. Director, Department of Medical Genetics. City ojOslo, Noixiay flC 6j° -Vu, ~. ~ress ARRANGED BY THE NORWEGIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND LETTERS , and . NORSK HYDRO A/S in collaboration with THE ACADEMIES OF SCIENCES of DENMARK, FINLAND, ICELAND, and SWEDEN, ~I • 3 A A NORDI~IC,Ka[.TURFO% ~ ! ORGANIZING CCMMITTEE C. Overgaard Nielsen. Denmark Diter von tVettstein, Denmark Albert de la Chapclle• Finland Esko Suomalainen, rnland Kdre Berg. Norway Anton Brttgger. Norway Jan Rosenberg, Norway ~ ~~~fff _ . . .. . LMN ~[l/4fNf~IN_ /'YLW oY ` .'
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--- DISSERTATIONS--NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY AT RALEIGH/ 50253 8315 TOBACCO--CHEMISTRY/TOBACCO--CARBOHYDRATES--METABOLISM/ TOBACCO--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION--FLUE-CURED/TOBACCO-CURING--CHEMICAL C TOBACCO--PHENOLS/TOBACCO--PIGMENTS/TOBACCO--ESSEN'CES & ESSENTIAL OILS TS oYlYwic TRANSroM+AT1oMs 2240 OI CHEMICAI CONSTITUENTS OUIIIMC Am fUR•CU1tIMi Of NICOTIANA TIJU/A TA6ACUM l. 1979 1. K~MOl~=11 OE CARlOMrORATE! Af10 rOl'h/KNOtf ~r 1/. WAIOLISN OI NITROiEM01J1 AMO /lttATEO CONiTITUENTs /11. I IOGIENItTRY AMO MITMQIIfM 01 rlAfT10 /1611[NT3 iv. C1RMIST11r Allo 1tTAIOIISM OF TMt EssEMTiAI OIL by AN1EEp MOORt M. A/11N A tA.sis submitted to tho Cradwta Faculty of North Carolina Stat. Univ.rsity at Ra1.iqA te partial fulfilisont of the r.auir.wants for the 0.9r.e of .7 Ooctor or M1losopAy OEIAIITMEMT OF CAOt SCIEMCt
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^~!dlfG'LZsteef #44 v. 17, pt. A. Cotovick, Sidrey P., ed. Matno:.ts in saZyoaology, edited by Si.:nxy P. Calavicic and td^than O. KAp'An, New York, Academic Press, 1955- v. illu$. 24 cm.
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NICOTI*tE--NETAEOLISPt--11UPtAN PODY/ 77 X Ni RJR CLASS NO. PAMPNLET 77 X Ni 1 . Boyland, E. *(no affil.)* l METABOLISH ANDvt1IT OSN QFs NICOTi~1E.+c ~ Nicotine Workshop,~ oc o1'm`r,°~wed., paper, 25 p. (Nov. 1974) English) (Previou_s_ reference - abstr, only - complete paper available now) As the nitrosamines are formed in significant quantities in ci9arette smoke and because the smoke.from English cigarettes is more acid than ~ ' other cigarettes, this might account for the high carcinogenic activity i .~ , of these cigarettes. With acidity of smoke, the absorption of nicotine is ; j delayed so that it is easier to inhale. It is argued that the smokers of British cigarettes inhale more than others, but this is very difficult • to•access,..k~stimation of nitrosamines in smoke from British cigarettes 4 (in
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-_ - --• . ~ _ -~'0013•~=ADDT'TIVESi ~ 13'IBLIOR'.PAPIIY/PESTICIDES/STEROIDS/FNZYMES/ ~ 50253 8328 NATtIItAI,PROI)UCTS/ CI:?::1ICALS/TOXICUi.l7GY/ lOiTIlaOLisx . 07 FOREICN COKPOD1aDS : A?l ANpiOTAaED aIELIO.^.RAPnff. BY ANTHONY J. VERRISCAR, Ph.D. TOZICOLOi.Y INFOPMTION RESPONSE CEN1'PR I Itork Supported by the Toxicology Information Program, _ f llfational Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare + ' j pamph2ets: under b1M-AEC Interagency Agreement No. 40-274-71 •.OrtL*i-TIRC 72-QBl-June 30, 1972, 01t.'?rIrTLRC 72-VB2-Sept. 12, 1972 0RlQrTIRC 72-V83-Oct. 1, 1972 pAK RIDGE NATIO•7AL LA30RATORY Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 nperated by .. i - 30 0:3I:rITRC 72-V84-D2c. 29, 1972 DN;ON CARBIDE COR?ORATIO.T ' =L-TERC 73-VB5-Mar. 29, 1973 for the 3 7%L U.S. ATOMIC ENERGY COIr1ISSI0N Bibliography is divided into 12 subject categories: General articles, B,xvievs, and Sooks; Therapeutic Agents; Pesticides; Food Additives; Veterinary Products; Steroids; Natural Products; Industrial and Experimental Chemicals; Interactions Affecting Metabolism; Theory and Mechanisms; !let%9ds and Techniques; Enzymes. ~ ~.._,.-.,r.~.v._, ..:.~..._..,W...,.. .,.... .v.;_...._;,.....t..~~...r.,.~ _ :~::..~.---_.. e i q 3 a 4n 0 3 1 23 3
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50253 8343 . t / btoruic- horm G,P Dorfman, Ralph Isadore, 1911- 801 Metabolism of steroid hormones ;byl Ralph I. Dorfman D and Frank Ungar. Minneapolis, Burgess Pub. Co. ~1953j 170 p. illus. 29 cm. 1. Steroids. 2. Hormones. 3. Metabollsm. 1. Ungar, FrankJ, ioint author. a. Title. QP551.DGG ~ 612.0153 53-437Y j Library of Congress 112j
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50253 8340 RJR CLASS 140. PA";YHLET 75 VI Va ' Vallee, J. C.; Martin, C.; Vansuyt, F.; Prevost, J. (Institut Nat. Rech. Agron. . Sta. TtiY- Siop .arhol. Vc8• . Dijon, Fr.) " TAt ~.1Lr-pFr!C+TQ's~.. *(Aietabolisineti`dc"`r'h z proline chez le Nicotiana tabacum var Xanthi n. c. effeC d'un apport exogene d'acides amines.)* ' Compt.•Rend. Acad. Sci., Ser. D, 279 (No. 6) 485-88 (Aug. 5, 1914)'-~ *Keywords:* proline, tobacco, additive; ji glycine, green, constituent; proline, green, constituent; amino acids, green, constituent. *1975, No. 15, W 5427* *d* Tobacco chemistry (agriculture 030Qt103 I 24S
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50253 8335 , Lovkovs, M. METABOLISM OF NICflLTaE IN TOBACCO. Acta Biol. Hung. 14 (No. 4) 273-9 (1964) ~
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50253 8339 71 II Re•-7 S.P. he Metabolism of One-rarbon Compounds. by Micro-Organisms ~ f J. R. QvAYr.E Acyxirlmcnt oJllfierr,Liol~yjy, Univcrsity of Shefficl!l, ~ ~ ~,,...._ ....-..---- S7~cllicld,l.~:!flund ~ Iiq -ao3 ~ From: ADVANCES IN MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY,nedited by A. H. Rose, & D. W. Tempe 1972, vq1. 7, Academic Press. 13. 1'hotosynthctic Bacteria . . . . . . . 138 ' C. Non-Ph~tosynt!~ctiu AuaeroLic Bactcrin . . . . 140 III. Energ_c• . 143 A. Aerobic Oxidation . . . . . . . . 143 II. Anaerobic DisinutAtion . . . . . . . 161 C. Plhotwnctnbolisin . . . . . . . 168 IV. Carbon Assimilation . . . . . . . . . 169 A. As3imilltion of Carbon Dioxido . . . . . . .169 • 73." Assinnilation of ltcduccd Onc•ilarbon Compounds . . . 177 i V. Ackuo~.•]cdgemcnts . .. . . . . . . . 197 • • ItcCcrcnccs . . . . . . . . . . . 197 03 00t103 1 244 ~---
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Cil1{ e-t.60 (~eiLE5,C5~ ~,t~l!/y~'G,,G+rfRA'C/t J VI Re -7 ~ /Metabv~atri~ otltcyelh~and'E'yc11t~ N=Nitt~odartfirleR by Cultured HumBn Calortt (40294) -S. . y t S.P. 9 HERMAN AUTRUP. CURTIS C. HARRIS, AKn BENJAMIN F. TRUMP ' ~ ~ ~ fN~r7?SS(Jt :/4~L1;,~lc s1, 3~ • ruwis iHN,.a434 1111, vrNtt /Ole /an11I44I.N1 a UNyon.1 %NIU 11lINIIN/. IN.I11 US/IY7t/ . 4• ~" ~I ~ soc. ~tJ~~ L7 .~ s i7riA , r //anral 7itrae S/uJirs SefrHAl. taPerlmentnl PuthuluJ(r Bruneh. ('urrinugene.sis Progranl. National ('une•er Inaitwe. 1' 4 BethesJa. A/arrlund 1tNtM and U./wrtnrenr of PurhuluKr. Srhool of Aledirine. Universin• uf Afurrlanrl. Bulrrmore. ~[ -~ -j ----- - ~------ --- ----- ----- ---- - - --31UIIY(HJd 2iit~ll- ---------------- - - --- - - -- - ~ - -- - - r , ~a 1 ~ ge~nic,,~ctiy,ity,~,8-I T is qu ~em t of N-[oyrrolidine-"C-21 nitrosonornicotine ~dtiv3tlon~u~ in~art.~xp~n the o~ano- (4.10 mCi/mmole). h tro hic carcino enicit of the N-nitrosamines Five explants ner experimental variable in ~= 8 Y N-Nitroso compounds are a major class of ("CJlabeled N-nitrosamines (New England r chemical carcinogens which are candidates to Nuclear, Boston. MA) was added to the cul- cause human cancers (1). N-Nitrosamines ture media to give a concentration of 100 µjtl: have been detected in ambient air over cer- [1'C]Dimethylnitrosamine (35 mCi/mmole: F~ tain urban areas (2), in tobacco smoke (3), prepared on NC1 contract N01-CP-55677 i' ~ food and drinks (4. 5). Furthermore, they can and purified by the method of den Engelse er " be formed in vivo by the reaction of nitrite aF (15); N-('C-I-eth~IJdiethylnitrosamine :` with nitrosable amines under acid conditions, (14.5 mCi/mmole); N-( ~'C-2.6Jnitrosopiperi- ~ such as in the stomach (6). They may also be dine (18.8. mCi/mmole); N-["C-2,5Jnitroso- formed by enteric bacteria e.g. E. coli in sinu pyrrolidine (16.2 mCi/mmole); N-[`H-3,4J- ~% (7). N-Nitrosamines require metabolic acti- nitrosopyrrolidine (5 mCi/mmole). N,N' ~ vation to exert their mutagenic and carcino- ("C(U)Jdinitrosopiperaaine(16.5 mCi/mole); , P l atid fnrthertnvtie ~f~}(i~_1_hree eteri & ti /n ei,.lti^ li rr.
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=~'!~~lWt~ci~ 0~"L'HLOlqb~f~YL~ 3a t#MBR RLAM jij•t SMGR1rittM; AS ONS GF " OOfArt a0MWriSM Shimiz:,, seki 0P 5OM 'rOSAGao 1ARsMU. ; NSTABOLISY t3P CHLC;tG; aj'LJ, IN x~CI?ER PL~i.NTS. IZZ. Fii~'4r~~~'I;.g, AS OilE 0? THE COLOR CG~it Oi`d :.'iT3 OF SC~4F 'i'O?~p CCQ .., ,,,,,.,,. Sy Sexi Sh2rn±zu, Ruri :?c ' ..,..~~.i.FS, aa;aki. tta Aad Eincaiuce Mlag, Tokyo 79. 560-565 (1966) y
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50253 8347 VII Pa 5 Tt1B' MTAWLTWI8Wlt?8jlCC0, -LBAV*&, jN DEPENDENCE.;~o~ TQ . ..>, ....~ ~. .;.. . .. . , Pastyrik, Lodovit THE METABOLISM OF TOBACCO LEAVES IN DEPENDENCE TO SMOKE MICROELEMENTS, by Lodovit Pastyrik and Stanislav Priehradny. Biologicke Prace 12 (No. 11) 3-29 (1956) - "English" translation from the Czech. 0. 3[1Qn 43 1 25 2
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> Jim /~ Rtahaando NiZhGla1, ?.87~ v., VII Ref. r;i..~.haer;I i.n Ge_iein%c`:•'+•s'f: sli'L` ~'.. i.S"fhT ~nft nl., ., r.. s .~ ~~l'aY3S'cY', j..^ . b'oIiG7 ~ u~lTra~ ~(~ t~oC~~1 or .1i. T r~"~ Oi la'f~'~'1~4 =~. ' _. ._ .. ... .. - , a ~
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F f . 4~ tl 0~ Q~.t. 2 'I-...,...,.. ~, ~. _c_TA,".L15i,E Uf,",M!~"MMI,- "I' f''e!aFolian of Frotein Amleo Acids and Free Amino Acic3 in Tobacco 0,rirg Curin31 + (In French) by W. G. Frankenburg, C. F. 3rarnan and. C. P, Crimanelli. ipt.reGllonnl Seientliie Tobacco Con9ra.,1 fiist. iMTERqAVONAI SC:EhT!FIC 708ACCO CONORESS, FiRSj (Prtale! Congre• St!entifiqua Snterrst:onal du Tabee-1) (N 1'MO YO:ifi+:Ss 1955 LXXI plus 003 paflsa. in Fr.rci+ and in Eaylloh. So E. t. Te A. . Per{• =•8aryerea
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: : MBTA8C6MOh f1ICCTfJVB . MO14xYDqI3C"R= ~ ~ i?Wt= 70AGjU SHOWS• " r nuJG?:: T.~'i,`i`A;?Oi,I,';I-f OF tIICOTI:t'E t~1I34h^I~F.OC`~. ,C`.?T~'=: V .ralv3: LL TvCSAliliO .`St7vti2+~, :Z::i12 L'2o JY B3vE1n7 M Oli3* 3} • 194 (Mr~.z 19;0)
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•--_•_-..---- . . - . __.. _ _. .. ~ ~ . . . .. . . _ . . .. _.. ~ PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY, VOL.1, 2,3/ BOTANICAL CHEMISTRY; V:T2,3%PLANTS--CHEMISTRY,V.1,2,3, .1 1 PLANT CELLS AND TISSUES v.7/ PLANTS--METABOLISM, v.2/PLANTS--RESPIRATIOii ,v.2/ TISSUES--CULTURE, v.2/ iTARCH--CHEMISTRY, V.3/STARCH--BIOSYNTHESIS,V.3/. STARCH--DEGRADATION,V.3/CELLULOSE--BIOSYNTHESIS, v.3/GLYCOPROTEINS,V.3; POLYSACCHARIDES--BIOSYNTHESIS,V.3/GLYCOLIPIDS,V.3/PLANTS--CELL WALLS,V:3/ ASCORBIC ACID, V.3/INOSITOL,V.3/SUCROSE, BIOSYNTHESIS & METABOLISM, V.3/ QK THE BIOCHENIISTRY ~. ~ 861 ' , ear*oRSa~ur 1 St OF PLANTS 1980, 4vcaw«uw r A COMPREHENSIVE TREATISE VOL. 1. THE PLANT CELL, by N. E. Tolbert (Ltd.) VOL. 2. METABOLISM AND RESPIRATION, by D. D. Davies (ed.) VOL. 3. CARBOHYDRATES: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION, by J. Preiss (ed.) ACADEMIC PRESS . w+.n1v a...a w.. M..r.Y+. HM+.. N.w Y.rt Iwed.. TwoMr Sydw S.. haaYa
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50253 8348 1 0 i Cancerogenic effects of vinyl chloride Institute of Toxicology, University of Tubingen (') Institute of Occupational and Social Medicine, University of Cologne. R.F.A. INTRODUCTION ..s ._ .._. H.M. BOLT, H. KAPPUS, R. KAUFMANN, K.E. APPEL A. Rl_1CHTER (•) and W. BOLT (*_) have been recently repor- ' fs-Al ;"A iq laboratory animals (S,6)& These findings pro-. A n f 1NSERM SYMP0SIA SER/ES Vol. 52 URCSC/ENT1fICPUBLICAT/ONSM 13 Envirorwnentsl Pollution and Grcinogenie Risb pollution do 1'iiinvironnement et risques ancerogbnes INSERM, 1976, VVol. 52, pp. !5l•16I • XXI-I MeB -77 MEfABOLISM.' OF' /4 C-VIAIYL CHLORIDE S.p. 9. . tN VITRO AND IN- VtVCV i
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50253 8341 xMNrnsto•ricA, 1975, vot.. 5, Hor 7,-389-39s1-- 7f a Re.;2 - 7S"s .? . ~er~ciwa~i~e~es ~~iVAlr dK. i'P.iti.Y GABRII:LLE IIAWKSWORTII' and RONALD R. SCHELINE Department of Pharmacology, School of Medicine, University of Bergen, A1h1-I-llygyet, 5000 llergen, Norway. r ,M, (Received 19 December 1974) I - i, • Vlrt ~)~ ~ b Y 1. The metabolism of several alkyl- and alkoxy-substituted pyrazines in the rat has bcen investigated. 2. Alkyl substituted compounds were oxidized to the corresponding acids which were excreted in the urine as such or as their glycine conjugates. The extent of oxidation was reduced when two adjacent alkyl groups were present. In the latter case ring hydroxylatiun also occurred. Afethoxy-substitutcd pyrazines underwent O-demethylation and r:ng hydroxylation. 3. Iatile oi no biliary excretiuri of the pyrazines or their metabolites occurred. 4. Some preliminary results on the mctabolism of 2-isubutyl-3-rnethoxy- ~..-.._.._.. ~.1... ..-_.__ ..L__....._._.._ n_..-..' --"-.•_-~-- `e ~ _~. .- . - .. .. .. . . 0 3 0 0 n 0 3 1 2 4 b
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~0253 8337 -DISSERTATIONS=-NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY AT RALEIGH/ TOBACCO--CHEMISTRY/TOBACCO--CARBOHYDRATES--METABOLISM/ TOBACCO--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION--FLUE-CURED/TOBACCO--CURING--CHEMICAL C TOBACCO--PHENOLS/TOBACCO--PIGMENTS/TOBACCO--ESSENCES & ESSENTIAL OILS TS orNA/ttC TNNnr014UT1oNs 2240 OI C11E11ICAl CONSTITUENTS DU/IING Am RUR-CIININS OF NICOTIANA TAlACUM l. 1979 . t. f1ETA{OktSll OF CAAOOMYOAATES ANO FOIYIM[NOIs I y _,. ~ _ . . ,.._. . t t. METAOO .I, t 3M OI M t. TIl0~EN0Y: ANO _REUTto COMsT t TtK1RS ~ 111. OIOCNEMIfTRY ANO /tTA/OLISN OF rLAtT10 /ICIIENTs IV. CN;NISTUT ANO IETA006ISN OF TNE ESSENTIAL OIL by AINIEEO NOONt N. ANIN A thesis subwitted to the Cradwte Faculty of North Carolina State University at t1a1e19A In partial fulfilloent of tM ryui rew.nts for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy _ . . _ . _ _ . , . OEIAUTMENT OF C1101 SCIENCt P EI 03o0n431 2 ,.~,.......,. ,..... _ -- . . N + ~
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(ja4Y) £O•6•7Z (9 •o.j) •msq:) •jeYe:.:td •Z tu-=~ PuR T"iu.3 Ult'1 SEWl~i.,^~ F'1SiZ(iT:7.ia:! `Z7.Z 'S::'=h'3 IFIIK-4.; 17va l.Q MUO3IEI 40 RG;.t.y"M:E'J sEiz i;o •x 6.zf:iv^a ; 't.t7AL4 3'i1H "t"RO , - >. FiXM WTGALB t6I1OaW.it. '72= _ uaTasjsue.1Z StiEA ESZOS
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50253 835a -- P.-J;.• .;v; ;•:,;/HYDROCARBONS, CLORINATED/WATER POLLUTION/POLLUTION/+ RA 1235 1Me 1975 c raar+/ ocene~/ o~ogical Toxicolog Ec y Research ~ Effects of Heavy b, , VtWnd Organohalogen Compounds isooeedinp of a NATO Science Committee Conference Edited by A. D. McIntyre _ Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland Abarteen, Scotland and -- -C. F 'Mills Tlte Rowett Research Institute Aberdeen, Scotland Q n Q PbElJU11RPUSg• NEW YORK AND LONDON Publishcd in cooperation with NATO Scientitic Affairs Divisiun'
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50253 8357 ' Advances in organometallic chemistry. v. 1- 19fi•4-- New York, Academic Press. v. diagra., tables. 24 cm. annuaL Editors: 1004- F. O. A. Stone and R. West. 1. Organometalllc cocupounda-Yearbooks. t. Stone, Franci# Gordon Albert, 1923- ed. n. West, Robert, 1828-- ed. i QD411.A35 647 64-1f>034
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50253 8352 QR 155 Pe Pcrlman, D, ADVANC;:S. 1969 909 pafies Acacenic rre .s New York ~. .. .. _ . . .~. . .. ~ . . - _ . 0 3 a 0 0 0 3 1- 2 5 7 -rt•Mnws - ~.--s._
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...r,.,._ Basolo, Fred COORDINATION CHEMISTRY; THE CHEMISTRY OF METAL COMPLEXES, by Fred Basolo and Ronald C. Johnson. 1964 180 p. W. A. Benjamin, Inc. New York
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50253 8353 78 Itt Ga 7`Ril(:F. RT.F•M!°.*'•TS--AMAT.YSTS/ J-lMpOR SCI BPJi.TN w12U) 95-103 (1977) tef - - • ltAClIOliiTLOU AiID 2pACE CONTE.YI 0l A C0MRC T[IC ACID . Oq iWrdst ?raca sietals, bwic acid 1 Alvi. Qatkil2, Jr., la'es T. Eyrd and :Yark S. Shuman Oeyaatvsat ef iaviroumncal Sciences and Ensineerins School of Public Health --Qaiversitp of North Carolina OaOs2 Hill, Kotth Carolina 27514 - Itdclt! Du.ic acid vaa separated into husdo, husdc acid, W fot.te acid. tbesa fractions and the anftactionated huatc satsdal .ers vat diAasted and analTzed for Cu, Cd, Cr, Pa, Mn, ,. • /!. !f a.d Zs by atosdc absotption. Solid sasples and disats maio alse atalpzd for ssnAanssa by neutron acti.ation.
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. 50253 8346 - RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 X Go Gorrod, J. W.; Jenner, P. *(no affil.)* T1iZ,. NET1U30LISbC: GF-.T-QBACC4 /4L.KQLOIDS .-CNAPTER: ~~.: - a Essays Toxicol. 6 35-78 ~1g7~)(in English) *Keywords:* nicotfne, smoke, constituent; nornicotine, smoke, constituent; anabasine,smoke, constituent;:D anatabine, smoke, constituent; nicotyrine, smoke, constituent; myosminer.smoke, constituent; N-methyl anabasine, smoke, constituent; N-methyl anatabine, smoke, constituent; nornicotyrine, smoke, constituent; N-methyl myosmine, smoke, eonstituent; 2.3-Dipyridyl,`smoke, constituent; 0~ 0 0 t! 0 3.1 2 S 1 ..~..-:-., -- ,.:..,.. ,.~..... .~
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50253 8358 ~ .. << Microfiche j III Le7 (1969) LenV.ey, John, III POLYL'Tf1YLENE 3O:JDII4G TO ML'TAL FOR CARLE PE.'`IETRATION 07 PRESSURE iI[SLtrS MD CU:•DiIWj1±:ATIONS APPLICATIONS, by John Lenkey, III and W.,.W. Wyatt 1968 13 Pages Cleariashous,i for Federal, Springfioid, Virginia S.ientific and Technica.. Information ~: -~-"-~r.xss 0t1Q3 1. 2 .. ~...:...._-- ~.-.....~~_ : ~__..~. _ , I
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, no.3antca imicc 4c_t~~ (1q78)~.]• 68 ~• c~ier Sequoia S.A., Lausanne - Printed In Saitzcdand / ~ Preparation andyThermal Stability of Polymeric Chelates with chiff Bases ~ - = = 79 III Sa ' W. SAwODNY, N. RIEDERER, and E. URBANDcpartment ojlnorganic CJremistry, The U>livenily of Ulm, 7900 Ulrtr, BRD Received October 18, 1977 Polymeric brid.qed Schiff base eomple:res of Be2', Zn'', CL'', Ni' ; Pd' ; Pt' ; Co'', Fe=', 4' ; V2', In3; Co3 ; Rh; ;,Fes', CY3 ; 7i ' and U°' have been prepared with S,S =methylene bis-salicylaldehyde and different diamines forming tlre base No such com- plexes could be obtained with aln''. Besides analytic- a/ results, the comF,exes are characterized by magnetic ard fnfmred measurements. Their thermal stability was studied by a dynamic method heating the samples up to 1000 °C in dry air. For the diralent ions, stabilities increase in the order Co=*.<ZR=' < Q Cr" ae' ty ~ Cu < fe2 2' for ,.. (S,S'Sal-TNiD) IIf
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50253 9350 RJR CLASS NO. P1l:iPHLET 75 VI Va ' Vallee, J. C.; Martin, C.; Vansuyt, F.; Prevost, J. (Institut Nat. Rech. Agron., Sta. Physiopattiol. Veg., Dijon, Fr.) ,KQ],INE IN NIC(1TIIINA TAi3ACUM VAR. XANTHI N. C. EFFECT Of METABOLISM OF T AN EXOGENOUS SUPPLY OF AMIN0 ACIDS. . ,c Compt.•Rend. Acad. Sci., Ser. D, 279 (No. 6) 485-88 (Aug. 5, 1974)'~; *Keywords:* proline, tobacco, additive; E' ' glycine, green, constituent; proline, green, constituent; ; • amino acids, green, constituent. *1975, No. 15, W 5427* *d* Tobacco chemistry (agriculture
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°s0jqdvlSojtq.q $aFniauY °qsjiStr.4 uj °d°3 pappu C.qztiTu3 Puu usmao °WD SZ °saYqa3 •°sx8glp eA -t)56T 'sa3ulxds eutisag -° of.gzeZy °A °W [pun] q00yd °x ROA °VM V3Q N.3QaIi,L3a Sid't.r3Q0R °pa -846t `iXV:I `4*t•d 59. ~~~..8 tsFe fstos
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~ ti ~-- - * - ~ ; r y • 1 • ~~al-IcO -s in i y Organic Cllen11s 1t7cth ods and Results VOLUti'IE4 8 Ed itcd bY J,DWARD C. TAl'LOR I I'r~tttrtoe~ Utii~tsity, P•inteton, Nt:a Jtrtty 1972 \Vi1cy-intcrsclcsicc Publishcra division of ohn % Sons, 1na ~cK' York • London • Sydncy • Toronto ~~.~i 25
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79 ;III Br 13y 1). C. li3t,\ut•i:r /` 7ht' ('nirr.rsily uf {S'eslern Urilarin, London, Urtlario 11. 1'm3w,raliuu uf \I,•In) .\Ikuxidi x .................................. A. .\cliun ol' \lelal+ uu .V(•ulwlx . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • • . • . . . . Ii. Artiuo uf Metal I1)•,Irux't,l,•x (n .\I,uhnl+ ..................... C. JIeIIwNh InvolvinK l:M• of Metal ('hloiridon................... I). \li~Y•Il:uur,iix 1(~ Iluulx ...................... ............. F:. I'r•it:ir,.tiwn sd Jlixeni :\i3.uxi,3o+ . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . • • . . - . - . I l i. Clw•tniral l'rrqH•rtie+ of Metal :\Ikuridcx ............ ............. A. ifvclt'uh•rix ............................................... : A. .i1cY,lw1 InturchswKc• (:\Iculwlyrix) ........................... ' ('. I{c:u'liuna witlc Other I1ydruxylic (.'uuq«ounal+................. U. It,-teti„ar with ('arlw,n% •1 ('owlw,uud:4 ........................ F:, ltc-a•liuux with E,terx :uul .\nhy,Irid,......................... F. Iti•arliuny with li:,l:,Ki•n:, nu,l Ilali,l,- ........................ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l:. I)ullhl:• .Ukuxid('a ............ ~' H. ('mordinatiOm (w,tnldc~M•. uf \li tal :\Iku.idux ...... ........... 0 0 ~I. 3n•rt~al S~ ,ili~ uf~ l.tal :\Ikoei:li•+ ........................ 3'ht•ji~al 1'ri11w rrir.+ „1,[, Iar :\Ikuxitli x .......................... A. t7,•u,•rul .................................................. -- ..--,-"-ar,fK~ "M ~ „--__
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_ . . . . . ,.,,. F r . _._.._ ----------- 50253 8371 : QL 151 Pr PROC:;ESS IN IrOP.GA.yIC CMISTRY, VOL. l, edi*.-c'_ by K. Albert Cotton. 1966 472 p. Iateracien=e Publishers (Wiley) New Yorl: P ~ !I . •f {I •. 3 1.2 7 ..~ . . _-_ -
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~ • . . . . . . . - ,_ ~•..a ..• ! X2; MeF-•t:•-223-73 SOIL SCI. SOC. AMER. PROC,36(No.5)755-761~11I3~ 50253 8365 ~ ~ ~ . . • w ia. . .. ~ ~ GcjutUnc•l.u[A l~etdu(il~auli~~ vL tuwar Eiier A. I). HAL\'ORSON AND W. L. LINDSAY2 AIiST1tACT . Stability-pH diagrams were devcloped to describe the equilibrium relationships of metal ions with chelating agents in , nutrient solutions for the following cbelating agents: EGTA, ,. EDTA, DTPA, CDTA, and EDDII A. These stability diagrams =isv the concentration of each chclated metal species in solu- tion in the pII range of 4 to 9 and provide a reliable means for selecting appropriate chelating agents for specific purposes. With increased pH, displacement of Fc3+ from the fotioaing chelating agents by divaknt cations is in the order EGTA > EDTA > DTPA > CDTA > EDDIIA. Similar developments ~ can be extended to other chelating agents and to nuteient solu- t • ~ - Goms oi different composition. 0 3 n~ n 0 s 1 2 7 0 ,
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I St7 50253 8379 Metal Cuttin,g,,,TWOm,ploay.,w-'JL.04z4-AP.:P].atcu~~"$ ,Service: Stanford Research Institute LONG RANGE PLANNING SERVICE - RESEARCH REPORTS. 1964-1966 Bqoklets Menlo Park, California
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50253 8363 ..~.~lr::.. . .,...sN'.i.R.. . ....._ i'. .r...r . ..r. ~>d~ ...rJU:+:..~1.~. p.~_........ti+e..i~.a_......~s-.~-~ AQD 305 We : C. k'ender, Irvnvg ORGANIC SYNTHESIS VIA METAL CAB.BOMYLS, Vol. 1, by Irviag Wender aad Piero Pino. 1968 517 pages Jaateracieace (Wiley) New York 3 o'4nO 3A 2 , _ ~._..~_.~,._ ~~.....,. -
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il--. ' -- 50253 8361 " 74 XXIII Re-74 Metal Bulletin Monthly Tto. 16, p-. 68 (April 1972) 731 BIG NEW BRAZILIAN MILL. Published by Atxtxj&,,WAX?.iU i~ ltili~4?1 46 Wigraore St. London W. 1, England .- ~~~ ~~.~`~
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Stanford Research Institute LONG RANGE PLANNING SERVICE - RESEARCH REPORTS. 1964-1966 Booklets Menlo Park, California 0 i
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, 50253 8377 '~ Meta'L Cehstrsetion taa8 Eritish. iialding .Journs4, 5(12)451-55(Dec.1973) 74 RRIII Re-74 A VISIT TO NOWAY. . 711 Although not a member of the Europeaa Economic Community, Norway is very much part of Europe. That the EEC is of vital imoortance to Norway became obvious to METAL CONSTRUCTION during a visit to that country's metals industry at the invitation of the Norwegian Export Council. , .
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Battista, 0-).anda A. ed. Sj/31ti:ti.iC i.f~'.:::.S in pF3~eamozi:.i1g. Intc:sc:sscs FuLlishzrs [1"5s) xi, 340 p. illus. 24 cm. (Po1yr-$r engine2rlaS znd tachnolu;ry) Incluc'.es biblicnraphies. O
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RESINS AND POLYMERS/SURFACTANTS/SURFACE COATINGS/ REDUCTION PRODUCTS/METAL DERIVATIVES/SUGAR COMPOUNDS/ ETHERS/' ESTERS/ACETALS/OXIDATION PRODUCTS/ 321 In 1970 Sucrose V l ne International . Sugar Research Foundation, In4 Chemlcal s 1970 f ; A critical review of a quarter-century of research by the Sugar Research Foundation
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.,....-_~.~ii~+~i...i~~c~..~r:... _..._.......v>x.:~.r:-....,...~s.ti.J+ METAL C0:(POUNDS--REACTZON MECHANISMS/2492 S/ 1.., I .:1 Jul~~iJ:CAL ANALYSIS Volume XVIII Oiga1zic CoMple.xing Rtagents: Struuureq Behavior, h A SF.RIES OF MONOGRAPHS 0.4 nnd.lpplfcation 10 Inorganic Analysit ANAIATICAL CHEMISTRY AND ITS APPLICATIONS b D D y . . Pcrrln i . ; ORGANIC ~.ONI~.'LEXIi~TG ~ ~ REAU EI~TS: • . Structure, Behavior, and Application to Irlorganic Analysis ~~ D. D. PERRIN 0 I ( ,. ~ ,. DrpartevM o/ h"col Chrmis+ry IRriUwe ojAdvanc.d Surd+n Artnolian NNiooaJ I/eir.riiq. Caebnrt I In"fERSC1E.\CE PUBLISHERS a d'irisioe ojJohn if?Iip dc Soni, Nsri York • London • S}•dney ~ . .. 03A0n 0 3 1 275 .~ ~......_dL, 50253 8370'
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LLZ1"£uuuu£a --- .il.'vi:S *3 •v ~v7i1{ 'X?OA !:0},j 9951 •A •A-I:!£-rr"aU-au7 83i,.:$Z`ad ;o 1CrR..2nS sspttl d~t Xt, •V)VI'WV zo~ 'K"yr m .,....,.e...._.._.a..-.._~..~._...,~ r , ZtE6 ESZOS
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50253 8367 I .4p .,v~- : *Eet QoWkat *m1ug caapcundS,: 151 A Advances in inorganic chemistry and radiochemistry. v. 1- 1959- New YQrk, Academic Press. .. tliue. 24 cm. Editors : 1959- H. J. Emeldus, A. G. Shai ye. ~' Includes bibliography. 1. Chemistry, Inorganic. 2. Radlocheinlstry. t. F.meKus, Sarrt Julius, ed. u. Sharpe, A. G., ed. QD151.A45 f ~ A6.082 5U-"+6:"2 Librnry of Congress 030o n43. .1 272.
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__._ _ ' .~'i..__.._ . ... 50253 8387 ~ QD 261 r: ~.~. ,4 H al hydrides ="duetiou~vfth:; House, Herbert 0. F:ODMI S1(taTIlEl?C R%,kCTIQ'.VS. 1965 309 p. W. A. Bcnjnn±n, Znc. New York
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~ III Me2-81 S.P. rMetabotism of Monoterpenes'*Z Nlant 1'h%.nrl I 14s I IA.~-t,t I I w, Ill/i~-117~~Y'NI hl; Ia14Y 11• <iMI EVIDENCE FOR COMPARTM1:\TATION OF /-ti1T:NTFIOl:,E 2\1ETABOI.IS,1 IN PEPP[:RMINT iMt'.1'T1la P1PL'R11Ai LLAVES lie.cneJ t- puhb.auon (kitAer 31. IYw/ and in re. ueJ iorm I rhrua CNr*RLOTT %1 \RTINKUS A.%tl RODNEr CROTEAU ' lnvrrurc u/'Ruv1ol:ua/ ('hemrttn and Riorllcntil.%tn Ril,phlsirs Prngram. 14a.thin,etun Starc ('nit•t•rwt. Pullntan. It u.%hlngl,ln vv/nd AH.I RACI' Prr.icw. .tudie% ha.e .hown that the awnwitrrpeae tetoae t-/G-'HI- tncnthnne i• reduced to the epimrric akuiNPI. f•nw•nthul and J-nkranenthu) in (eaf di.c% of flowerine pipprrmint 0IrarAu plprrira I..1. and that a portion of,the rnenthol i. comrrted tu taeath.l acrtate whiM the hulh of the aeumentMol i% tran.formed to nromrnth,#l-/i-t~tluco.ide 1Croteau. \tartinlu. IY79 Plant Ph.aol b/: Ib'1-1751. Ille metabolic di.pn.itiom of the epimerk reduction poduct% of the ttetnee. whirh i. a major coa.titueot of peppermint oiL i% hitjhl. .pecific. in that little aeomeath.l acetate and %ariet,. of source.. including tracer tudte% and anrl..c. %hort term and Ioni term %arlltWn in monoterifeCe cori:: .41 Reptd and I+ermanent turnovet of momrttrpcnc% hi .h.rKn to.xcur in tloNenng peppermint piant, 1 til"nrh,, l,; L.). and durtng this Pen.Ki of apparent catabolism. at lea•t ..-n, ' of the otherwise undamaged leaf oti gland% are emptied ot thcl/ contentb 0. 91. Cotnctdent w•tth the de.rea.e in rn.+n.ue;l+cne content of peppermint lea.es is the comer.ton ot the mal.1r monoterpene constituent. !-menthone. to 1-menthol anJ to ie..er 6ttk meathtl Rluco.ide are formoed. Flowe.et, when Fll'lilmenthoi aod 4- quantities of J-menthvl acetate and d-neomenthol (41. Jlmtlat _ /1'H/aeomeotlwl .re ~eparstelt~~adminiaered_to_kaf ducsslat ~'J"'~"~""." _ ~, . .. .
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50253 8388 897 Oh I , Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission. Methods for treating metnl-finishing wastes. tAn evalua- tion of various disposal methods and their applicability to specific waste control conditions, Prepared by the. Dietal- Finishing Industry Action Committee of the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission. lCincinnati, 19a 3~j 72 p. dlagra. 28 cm. Bibllographr : p. 60-69. ~ 1. Factory and trade waste. 2. Metals-Fiuishing. i. Tit1i: Afetal-8n ishi ng wastes. TD897.042 i; ~ 628.54 53-6L4Q6 ., Library of Congress i2l 9~. 0 3 4 0 n•0 3•1 2 8 _ ;,. ..• . ,
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- x . ,~ . _ . -.. . _..:.....~,•.~..:.i, <s.._~:.. _ <. _. ... _ s..:-~ ..•~......_ r ,l~L'!~~'~1'~P.L"~l~II"S1~t9IMSTEii1--COMPLE~t F0.'i.iit;liC COMPOUNDS/ C? I E1i11CAL ANALYSIS Volum@ XVIII t9 ~ Oraan7c Complcxb,g Rtagtnlt: Slrurlurt, Rtharior, A SERIFS OF AIONOGRAPEiS ON and.lpplicationtolljorgnnic.tnal h ys ANALITICAL CIIEmISTRY AND ITS APPLICATIONS by D. D. Perrta ORGANIC C,oMPLE, XI NG REAGEN'I'S : Structure, Behavior, and Application to Irlorganic Analysis ':,~4 D. D. PERRSN Drprhnr~l oJAlydad C7+rn:urr~ Iariirrt oJAdrosrtd Srudier A+rstrello+r Aarioeol l/wir-~r. Coabnrf a c • INTERSCIE\CE PUiiLISHERS a dfoirlon oJJohn IIilty A Sons, Nai York • Londo+r • S}•dnty . 0 3 0 3 Q03 1 280 50253..8375
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Smith., Claude R. METAL-NIC07TNE DOUBLE SULFATES. Reprint from: Journal of the American Chemical Society 71 281,,1, (1949).
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kv&4a"I . WWd*"*WyCUAR luL QD Gay lord, Norman G 262 Reduction n ith complex metal hydrides. New Fork, t•n- G terscience PuUlishery,1956. x.1,1046 p. illue., tables. 24 cm. "This monograph covers the Uterature up to January 1a53." Includes bibliographies. 1. Reductloo, Chemical. 2. Hydrldes. i. Tttle.
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TN e ~,], ~ , 1976 .ia,-~'~~-r,~[:ixfmnr~ ARCHER,it'..1 W . . This is the second issue of Metai Distribution, a publication prepared annually by Metal/Center News as a reference source for the metal service center industry. The contents are chosen to serve as a concise, i practical guide to industry statistics, data, and buying information. Metal Distribution 1976 features seven sections: a review of the ser- vice vice center industry including a write-up on the cost-of-possession j concept, statistical data dealing with the. growing dimensions of the industry, comprehensive in-depth company profiles on three major service centers, andd a. mill-to-metal-user flow chart via the service center route; updated key metal statistics on production and ship- qe~s of steel, aluminum, and copper and brass mill products sho.v- g~'he 1!~A 1995 iquA Jail~le$t tjre time of printing and high- lighting shipments to service cent~ ~--- • , rU,a 1QQka-t wl}aCs new in service
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~. . VA&Mek41betUftf 't!f 3uti%t~- 3c~ lhoepboruaw 113 Ruhlatid, Wilhelm, 1878- ed. ~i~ E~Uo~' EN Handbuch der Pflanzenphysiologie, hrsg. von W. Ruhlnnd in Genieinschaft mit E. Ashby iet 4, Berlin, Springeri 11155-~, 4~~, y, ;, y, s ~.. i/, ~ 7, ) / 3 Ir. Illus. 26 cm. Contributions In German or English; added t. D.: Enc.Yclopedia of plant physiology. Includes bibliographies. Coyzsxre.-Bd. 1. Genetiacbe Grundlagen pbyelologiecher Vor. gAnge. gonatltutlon der PBanzenzelle. Bearb. von D. 0. Catcheslde, et aL ; rediglert ron 11. Ullrich und H. J. Bogen. F 8d. 3. PHanze und Wasser. Bearb. von M. J. Adriani, et al.; redigierl Stocker von O . . L Plant physiology. L Title. ii. Title: Encyclopedla ot plant physiology. s ~ QK711.R83 :~ b"135 reri Ubrary of Congress (r57g11
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Encyclopedia of chemical teclunolouy, edited by Raymond E, I[irk and Donald F. Othmer. Assistant editors: Janet D. Scott and Anthony Standen. New York, Ir.terscienco En- cyclopedia cyclopedizt (1947- . llhte. 27 cm. Inclades bibliographies. CoNIz•:xza.-v.1. A to An*_hrimldes.-v. 2. Anthrone to carbon•arc.r Y. 3. Carbon (cont'd) to cinch3phen.-v. 4. Llneole to dextrose.-v. 3. Di- to esplosives.-v. 6. EaFlusives (cont'd) to furfural.-v. 7. Fu:ti naces to loltte.-v. 8. Iou exchaxnge to metal plating.-v. 9. '.NIetal suf~ face treatment to penicillin.-v. 10. Pentacene tu polyn_iet5lne dyes.-,- V.11. Polyols to rutin. 1 Chemistry, Technlcal-Dictionxries. z. hirk, Raymnnd EP,er. 18a0- ed. TY9.E68 ~ 660.3 48--23-4 re>;' LiOrary ot Congri, ir54d=10j o3at~n 0 3 .r z14.
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PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS i'~ Q/0 . July 6, 1973 Has Toth* got a tiger by the tai{? MFTAL t+VCtCTIN ar.d 4'etr1 r-uet.n MontA{y •le pc'tt.s~.r0 ty Meuf P.oue~ n l.i*ded. I, cc^~snron p~b[,cal~on Ir.dcitral -:.nerab 46 ~DU,/?t•~e 4y sepuate anaacr:pt:ow. Aeeren • . 46 ore Si.. tondon.. Y.1H t3J. rep*r.Rr: 01•06 4141 er: n3:3 etesra+r.s: t.'eWbut london . • L • • -•a • .. • ': . . • . . •. • ' • .i/I'~ ~•`-,-~~r^-~ T THIS N•eckBremar Holdinos. the London merchant bankers, and Applied Aluminum Research Corp. of New Orleans announced plans for the world's first plant for the semi-commercial.production of aluminium by the rcVolutionary new Toth process. developed over the last six years by Hun- garian-born Charles Toth and his associates in'AARC.. • ' in very simple terms the process comprises the chlorination-of clay and the reduction of the resultant aluminium dichloridc by manganese metal pellets. The calcined clay is chlorinated chemically (not by electric smelting as in the rtillborn_AJcan process). the metal chloride stream is purified; manganese is rec)cicd through the system'by oaidisino, manganese chloride and, in turn, reducingmanganesc oxide to manganese mctalin the blast furnace (orrFrha_s-_
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~..:•r+~~.~.•..._ _ ~......•. _..~4....: •- PLSSI:I:TA;.10: S--I?,:ICF.RSITY OF 50253 8385 TA 405 Al PROPACATIOV OF TENSILE AtID FATICUE CRACKS IN NBT*V;wjL~~~: _ 1972 By JOHN A. ALIC ._ . Dissertation submitted to the ?asulLy of tha Graduate School of the Univeraity of Marylend in par•tial fulfillment ARCHER of the require-ents for tt:e degroe of Doctor of Pniloaoyhp 1972 Published by LR7IVERSITY MICROFILMS. 1974, XE:OX L'P:IVEF.SITY TIICP.OFILMS, JWd ARIiOP., :fICHICAN t o~oo-n u312-90 I((
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.F.as. :~b... _. ... 50253 8376 QD 411 S Survey of progress in chemistry. 19G3- Now York, Academic Press. v. Illua. 24 cm. ' Editor :1983- A. F. Scott. 1. C6emistrT-Collected worka, i. 3cott, Arthur Ferdinan 1898- ed. QD1.SS5 ~ ~ Ubrary of Congrmn -..e, -+-»;-ttrrr,•"-.• ~r.sxrRlfic~'!
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AD7AI`CES IN INORGANIC CHDfISTRY AND RADIO- CHEMISTRY. v. 2;'54 !I. J- r^:n1cua sad A. G. Sharpe, eda. Acedemic Presa 1;ew York 0 3 0 0~ A~ 1 2 9 7: ~.~..~.,_...._ :,_.~r~...
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50253 8390 , 403 L* ,qq07, r . ~~'af C..-.. 0. 1 S . . 0 t 1. - pbpsAed by: t .a CSEM=CAL RUL°']91E12 ca 1f001 Grnmod Pukwq%• CtentvA o`io N120 . , g ~-.~ .. ~..~.-......[.~~..,...~,rr,..-»,~-.~,..,~•-,...~._ , .. ----~r~.~,~..-.--.,...._.--...,..._.. _.......--..~.........~:..--- I 7 Q 0 n 0 V li 0 3' F 2 q S, : l.oN s~rctc.~,oK / of / Authors: ~ G T. Lynch • ). P. Kershaw Air Force Dtatcrials L:boratory Ohio ht•Patterson AEl3 Wri
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Stanford Research Institute LONG RANGE PLANNING SERVICE - RESEARCH REPORTS. 1964- Booklets Menlo Park, California
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50253 8362 TN 1976 distribution exUnM ~ i z . ,. . ) ) 97/ 10 This is the second issue ofMetal Distribution, a publication prepared annually by hlctal/E-enter NevKS as a refere nce source for the metal e c Y > > y g • .--y -- p g to indust statisti s data and bu in information ractical uid r service center industry. The contents are chosen to serve as a concise, >- ~ ~ . eta istri uhon eatures se~ en sechons: a review o t e ser- M 1 D' 'b 1976 f ~ f h *41 + ,, O,,Ge.,..;~.- Y`1 f /./ - z , vice center indust includin a write-u on the cost-of- ossession ` ~ {< concept, statistical data dealing with the growing dimensions of the industry, comprehensive in-c.lepth company profiles on three major service centers, and a mill-to-metal-user flow chart via the service G. ~• /.~v~n2o center route; updated key metal statistics on production and ship- of steel, aluminum, and copper and brass mill products show- `fnge%teQ 105 quZ ajail:~le&t t,Re time of printing and high- lighting shipments to servicerc,ent,erse a look at what's new in service
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50253 8378 I I VIBRATIONAL SPECTRA OF,Vol.3/. FLAMES, RAMAN MEASUREMEhTS ON, ,vo1.3/ GLASSES, VIBRATIONAL SPECTRA OF, vol. 2/PLASTIC FILMS--THICKNESS MEASUREMENT, Vol.•2/=SaLIDS--INFRARED DIFFUSION REFLECTANCE ANALYSERS, Vol. 2/ LIQUIDS--INFRARED ANALYZERS FOR, Vol.2/GAS STREAM ANALYSIS, VOL.2/ MBTA~ ~OOItDI:IA'~ION„ COMPOUNDS;~ VIBRATidNAL INFflRMATiON FROM ELECTRONIC ShECT~. Vo1.2f~TRANSITION METAL COORDINATION COMPOUNDS,VOL.2/NON-AOUEOUS SOLUTIONS,~' RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY/INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY/CHEMISTRY--COMPUTERS, VOL. 1/ PROTEINS, VOL. 1/INORGANIC MOLECULES AND IONS, RESONANCE RAMAN SPECTRA OF, Vol. 1/GAS PIL4SF., A3SORPTION INTENSITIES, Vol. 1/POLLUTION, VOL. 2/ QC 454 Cl 1975-Vo1.1 1976-vn1.2 1977^.Vo1.3 AdVahces in infrared and Raman Spectroscopy London • Now York • Rheine ~ 3 0 o 0 0 3 t 2 8 3 VOLUME 1 Edited by R. J. H. CLARK _ Univeisily Colleqe London '
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50253 8389 ' , TA Metals and alloys, by the technical statY of Metal industry. , 459 Brooklyn, Chemical Pub. Co.,1950. M. 214 p. 22 cm. 1. Metala. 2. Alloys. t. The Metal Industry (London) ~ TA459.M4 1950 ~ 669 50-0192- ; Ltbrary of Congress ~51f10~ 0 I 0 3 o 0 ~i 0 3 r2 9 4
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_ __ _ , . 1 QR~ ";.~x p~aaiiu ::caer~o+~c~ 50 53 + 839 2 1 a 1 Ad ADVANCES IN APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY. V. 4-5 ; 7., 1962-63; 1965 Academic Press New York ,
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Ay8 ®(J g D. C. CpNB&NYONS IN SXNTYMwYS. 1QSti 207 pp. 03.baurna Press London 0300n 43.1 30 0 --.~-~----^~-rr~"--~r- -_=.-s--,..,lmm~ _~ -
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50253 8397 Ref. QD 251 g >=.Metel orga~iicy'+~+ponndi~~~'~fieeii~ Schwabe, Kurt POLAROGRAPHIE UND CHEMISCHE KONSTITUTION ORGANISCHER VERBTNDUNGEN. Unter Mitarbeit von H. J. Bar, G. Dietz und R. Tummler. Berlin, Akademie-Verlag, 1957. 447 p. 25 cm. (Scientia chimica, Bd. 8) 0 3 0 0 c1 A 3 1 3 0 2 I
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QD G il ~r` cr"u~,v H HSFuchi ar.d Ma;r 1910(1 ict 6~4 p. Dt:eracivetca Fubl. {'c3w York
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50253 8399 , . 0 ' Ausuut 5. 1974 ?~~.1'~(Ill~~."7f 5.,, STRIPPIhC F1~lD= E F?' ~• ~~ l?~ r'~aT1;L IO?)II; ;° " ' T. H. Earriett T,aborittory Divi sion Oe.4 Rtc:~e Ca3eous Ditilzsion Piant Union C^rbide Corporntic.n, Nuclear Division 0:.k Rid„e, Ter.nescee : .. . 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 1 3 0 4 .._..~~_. ~fr~.y. . -.a.~ ._ .n.v..._
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N 50253 91t12 METALLIC COATINGS/VACUUM TECHNOLOGY/ FINISHES AND TA 491 Ai 1976 Deposition Phsicol yVapor . AIRCO TEMESCAL ( A division of Airco, Inc.) 2850 Seventh Street _ Berkley, Calif. 94710 1976 . 0 30 0 0 0 3 t 3 1 ~ COATINGS/
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50253 8411 woldio, 'Alliam %,:E1'ALLIC COATINC OF FLAST][CS, vblo l, 2 1968,69 !:;1.ectYoche+aical nublications Limited 2 Vols. En;;L~nd 0
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50253 8403 MOLECULAR SIEVES/ALUHINA/SILICA GEL/CLAYS/GLYCOLS/PHOSPHGROUS CGMPOUNDS/ CLYCEROL/TOBACCQ--11U?tECTANTS/ DRYING AGEaTS--PATENTS/ PATENTS--HUMECTANTS/PATENTS--DESICCANTS/MRM.'S1W-Ta* TP 159 Ja 1973 %DESICCANTS AND ~ HUMECTANTS , NOYES DATA CORPORATION S 34, M1c Ridp.. Now J.my London. England il 19-73 Ronald W. James 7 ~ . .Z , , . 0 3 0 0 n 10 3 1 3 o s l3 r„n,,l~ I f f
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SEPARATION AND pL'RIFICATICN%SEDI"rCr'.t"vTr.TIUN/Ck4'STIQ.1tLZATION/FILTRATION)CENTRIFUGATION/ GA.fiES/AIR/kTA'TER/ICE/REFRrGERATION/HYDROGEN PEROXIDE/HALOGM CoMPOUNDS/Stn.FUR COMPOt?NDSi SELENIUM COZTOU*fiS/TELLURYUri COMPOUNDS/NITROGEN-PROSPROROUS t;ROUF/ALKALI METALS/ l,7ZALINE EARTH *iETALS/METAL CO?POUNTZ/BOROtz-ALUMINUM GROIIP/=tAR*? EARTH METALS/ CARBON COMPOUl1DS/LUMINESCENT MATERIALS/UNIT OPERATIONS/RADIOACTIVE SUBBTANCES/ REF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY: AN ENCYCLOPEDIC TREATMENT. 'TP `~P The Economic Application of Modern Technological Developments Based upon 9 a work originally devised by the late Dr. J. F. van Oss. Ch General Editor: T.J.W. van Thoor 1968 , VOLiME 1: AIR, WATER, INORGANIC CHEMICALS AND NVCLEONICS-1968 to%n' t Barnes & Noble Books ( A division of Harper & Row Publisher3, Inc.) New York 0 3 0 0 n 0 3 1 2.7 9 ., 50253 837K
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50253 8406 TP 986 Go 1 ~..r~r.+..~.....'.~aw.a..' I Co1dis, A21inm M'IALLIC COATING OF PLASTICS, Vol. 1, 2 1968,69 2 Vo1s. c lectrocherzical EnAL::nd Publications Limited
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:J'OTlGi7t Sa:2Y6t',J .{"•.:?` ':eEt JVV, },ataI`iaij. ,,co;: of a. S, T.:r!. st.:h.:--As `noiudirs; `a:,t:, t : 'r:,:: , Phila~Alp~~.ta v. {n i.L1ns, 1, Ci sS- 1946 b1e:vi.ai )Wit:a XUpp. ?,. tcFU..d In 'L:.e i-r,t.,orrening yeirs. ica t ,y t:y ',,on ot its ?cok o.; r"~::•~ ,,.r~ z:_. •.•~. i "co ._ n~~a.: :^c~ .-s-c'.. an... '~ n .: ~r of A, S . :,.~. ~
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_ ~ •_ .,.-1- r • 50253 8405 - UidIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON--DISSFtTATIONS see DISSERTATIONS--UNIVERSITY OF WASHIVrTON/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--TRA('F. Rt.F.MF.VPS--flRTFR"dTNATIDN/ TRACE ELFMF.NTS--DA.TERMTNATION/'METALS--A*IALYSTS/ DISSERTATIONS--UNIVF.RSITY OF WASHINGTON/ QD 139 Kn 1976 ~ ~ 77-18,374 , . IQ{UDSOti, Eric Juel, 1942- ` TRACE METAL STUDIES: I.~/ ATO:•!IC ABSORPTION DETER'1IY,ATIOti OF/ YOLATILE N.ETAL NYDRIDES. Il. IttORGAttICrPAItI CHEFIIST2Y. 111. KETAt:. s SPECIATIOII Itl Y:,RIt1E SYSTEMS. s University of Kashington. Ph.D., 1976 Chemistry, analyticai
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,50253 8413 ELECTROPLATING/GOLD PLATING/COPPER/BRASS/SILVER/CADMIUM/ ZINC/LEAD/TIN/LACQUERING & BRONZING/PLASTICS, PLATING Or/ FINISHES & COATINGS/ TS 670 Ca 1978 . "y . e ~ Carirunin PDDLg HallM11bok on t ~ ~ ' ~3 ~ ~~~~, ~~U. Il~~ Including sections on POLISHING : ELECTROPLATING ANODIZING : LACQUERING : BRONZING : HEALTH £t SAFETY : EFFLUENT TREATMENT Published by W. Canning Limited. Gt. Hamptott St., Birmingham B18 6AS 4 3 0 A n 0)is4utefi to t3bojk tr&by E. & F. N. Spon t.td., I I New Fetter Lane, London. E.C.4. 4z--J! I
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PIRA BIBLIOGRAPHY No. 989/' Information Department Bibliography No.989 I ~ METAl;L,.t S 1 NG. PROCESSES AND PRODUCTSA Compiled by A E Trant I The Research Association for the Paper•and Board. Printing and Packaging Industries ~ Randalls Road, Leatherhead, Surrey, England Period covered:September 1976-March 1979 Price• Members £5.00 non-members £8.25 0300~:0 3t33 0
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50253 8423 .p . , ,.,.,. ~.,....k.., ...., METALLY, _ C SURFACE$ .CONGRESS$S~~IL., - POLYMER/FINISHES i COATINGS/ + Characterization of Metal andY6o!ymer Surfaces ~ 4w Volume 2 Polymer Surfaces . ~~ 1977 EDITED BY LIENG-HUANG LEE i ACADEMIC PRESS, INC. New York San Francisco London 1977 w , •• • ) A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 t 3 2 8
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50253 8416 , I Ref. 9p II £ Nstal3.ie coatings-j, ~v,, i111r:.ann, Fri tz, ? °75- ed. Enc -rxic; ar'ie der *r-ehr.i scY an Cb-,1e. v. 1, 3-8 3, nf-u vest3?t...tP tomfl. in f'e- tr,-insc:-: F : :rit 31. a1. ) nrcF-. vo3z :•r`s1:7ei°: ~ ^rr-p 39~1.-K7 V. IlSU3.9 elL•S':'n. 2P c:d. 0 r-^ .. -•+-- - -~---i 7, 0 3 0 Q n b 3 f 3 2 1
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50253 8415 _ Chemical Vapor Deposition CARfiOLI. F. F O«'ELL# r i 0 3 n 4 ~ c~ ~I l3. c~ CI cn~ie.~1 .v:+nc~r-~i~•n~~~> >~~n coatm +' m . t>>o(is were dc~•cl: ~~ed froin
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50253 8381 • votume 8 % '~Preparation of eodicum:.. °. " Chimicum v"erivat'ves'vte[m QD 117 Ko 1976 •1 , t : A Critical Survey of Proven Methods andTheir Application in Chemistry, Natural Sttienoe, and Medicine Editor-in-Chief Edited by Kurt Niedenzu Hans Zimmer L D. W. Kemmitt, O. H. Posner, Bahiewrtr,. teioesta/t:nVand Muyland/USA Volume Editors R. a. Kin~. Athens. H. Rounberr. Wti~t6. ~ Geor~ia/USA Patterson Air Fora B.ip. L KoWit; 9eriin/GDR Ohio,:USA H. Aebi U. Hasserodt K. R. Mtu,otov, e. F. Rahscry. t«;oaoo.~ PlovCiv/Butgaria Kcntucky/USA H. Bataer H. Machteidt . K. S. Muaiya>;ni. WriBht- R. Schm~' c nr s~~ E Baumgartner K. Nicdenzu ~tuson Ait Fora /taw, D. G. Tisky, ura,~tt~ ~c/U~ Indiana/USA K.-H. Buchel G. Ohloff . ). A. Mdteverty, G A. Tsicdino+. Am Areor. 1, Falbe H. Zimmer ~~~ala~ MichiF.n/USA & 1. McCc.mick, Nwstan- R, A. Walton, iarayettn, R. Gompper F. Zymalkowski towt. west Vittinia,USA IndianatUSA h'-'~o Academic Press - New York - London • Jan t:7raTcisco1-976 Georg ?hieme Publishers Stuttgart U.30 0 0 6 3 1 2-9-4-
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py a • 45X "~tfill~~tla~ o£. Pap~r. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Developa:ent Departments, Science Information Division PACKAGING AND RELATED. H 711. ALUMINUM FOIL, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and LeRoy Meek. 1971 A collection of material Winston-Salem, N. C. I3 3 4 3 t1 4. 0 4' 3 1 .. .~.. -,..- - •r+~ - . -..r....a. ~. ~-..,..... . . .-: • - --- 4 ,
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50253 8418 : .. r , ..... - -......7.....>.~-~:a.c 1 TA 2fetalx~°c'Cts~fi.iz~s~-.=-~,~~5 2 l,Ol a.:: 1~8. A American Society for Testing Materials. Book of A. S. T. DL standards including tentatives. 1939- . Philadelphia. v. In lllus., plates, diagrs. 24 cm. Tricnnial (1944 and 1946 biennial) with supplements issued In the lntervening years. Formed by the union of Its Book of A. S. T. M. standards and ltfi Book of A. S.'1. 31. tentative standards. ~ Title varies slightly. Cover title, 193J- : A. S. T. JI. standards. Issued 1930-45 in 3 pts. a year;1946-481n 5 pts. ; 16)19- ta 6 pti. 1. Engineering-Socteties, etc. 2. Jiaterlais-Testing. i TA401.A653 40-1 Library of Congress : o~~on 0 3 .1 32 3 E57r51ca151
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50253 8419 TN 693 Arn 197R ARCHER GLASS Ez"i w Papers presented at a Seminar of the Materials Science Division of the American Society for Metals September 18 and 19, 1976 American Society for Metals Metals Paek, Ohio 44073 t?3A00'0'31324 r A
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I ~ ~ •4r 'uOswLr~t,Eti~ dZ~+SaoS ~Cua;~=." s~~ raa~.--j/ 83$~d tgg LS6t oa au~.3m'~ • ~ a°zcag `;9G~ `9Y-ZL aTv Tt )~T••• T P ^ C Td~xc><:: ~.a ~~..~a:a Kliw .4•~ KCw.JTfC11io Ao Za :uoys?r.Za niil 1(.S oT,it 1O ' t'mj:.' `~. ;s..lt: .7 }:RZS . r P, . . ' a."1 ~~s~c TQb ELFe ESZOS
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50253 8410 . ~ 73 II. RL: METALLIC' CQATUC~0rIN*GNCO1Q1?CCPING MATERIALS FOR FCAICKM G a` • p• JELSCTRON MICROSCQP'Y. ' ~~ 14S.17Sa MetaUicrratin;etnoneonductingmateriatstorseztr `eiag efsctraa miaoscopy. Graseni.k. 1'.; Jakopic. G.; 1\'a1- aingcr, H. (Zeatru«t Elektranenmikrrnk. Graz. Austria! ~.iblarirutr~tsciwi eK t1W, 39(5). 3u_' (Ger). To prcvent elec. eFargiag, ttoncaaiductins temp.-seu.utive s..aiptcs kr scannin= eJectron tnicroscoyy .-ere coated witu -Uo(H.tt•thielc; weli•ad. berinz Au iayers by iou <iwt;.rint in a conv entional devire with a rotatinR pendulum s)stent. ' 0 43t10n 0 3 1 3 i S L 1 i..- Metallbeschichtung nichtieitender Materjslr zur Rasterelektronenmikroskopi. P. 6rasenick, E. Jakopid und H. %\'aitinger . teotront for Ekkttonenmikroskopia, Graz cy
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50253 8398 Andriar.av, K. A. MLTALORwiIC POLn-IFRS (Foiynor Reviews Vol. 8) 1965 371 pages Intcre.ience (Wiley) New York o34o:ao.~ t 3t~~: M~Ti~~ARt3ANlY: POLYM$~ ~ :++.:;..~. ~. _.. __...~. _ s-~.-+. -.a..+. .. s,,.~ . ..
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50253 8414 -"--FEDERAL SPECIFICATIOI'S/MILITARY SPFCTFICATIO:VS/~ "-"-'"i` '!IEmL3~'`•'`CaA'!Mlftf PAPER/PACKAGING--AL'HESIVES/ TP 968 Ka 1971 3 C. adhesive mcateria(s THEIR PROPERTIES AND USAGE by IRVING KATZ revised and enlarged by CHARLES V. CAGLE I 4 FOSTER PUBLISHING COMPANY 1602 PautZ Awrtae, Long Beucb, California 90d1S ._:.... " -. _.__..: a
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ORGANOMETALLI(? COMP0i1NT1S/ALKALI MF.TALS/XENON COMPOUNDS/HYDRIDES/CARRITIF.S/ MKTAL NITRIDF.S/BI'RYi.LIU`i CO?iPOUNDS/MAGNESIUM ORCANIC C.0`iPnU'.dDS/STRONTtMt/ CALCI1t•t/RARIUM/BORON CO'iPOUADS/CARRORANF.S/ UMINU?d/GALLIUM/INDIUM/TIiALLIUM/ SILICON OR(;ANIC CO'KPOUNTIS/TIN COMPOUNDS, YNTIIESIS/GFRMANIUM/LF.AA/METALS/ C}IEMISTRY, OkGANIC--METALLIC COMPODNDS/ CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--COLLECTED WORKS/ b ~- [ 1 ~ -_ .r -' .~` "'. rkn I 1 11 d [ I " .~ ~1 Part A Group 0 to IVA Elements and their Compounds Acaderiiic Press • New York • London • San Francisco 1977 Edited by 1 ].7, .. Ko •3 1q77 [iL1 UIUI1 0 0 Fditor-in-Chicf ! ~ Friedhelm Koi~te ~ ~ . i6f Volume 7 Main Group Elements ~ and their Compounds A Critical Survey of Proven Methods and Thcir Application in Chemistry, Natural Science, and Medicine G rAAA P%1iAerJ Sfutt;Lrt9 8 Hans Zimmer Kurt Niedenzu
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50253 8402 . t N . I "L tt$is 1•9'(I47~j+ ol ts 10-a 1 ' Reactions between the rowning Reaction Products frDm. l Gl S d i1 Chem. Soc. 4(1) 15-21(197j) Jour4 Japan ( 77 111 f Ka t _ Studies on the;Ipt protie'ta.Caaple* V. ycine an e uctng ugars an eta s • ~ Gortl KA)rsto•ro, Hiromi Yosalvw and Yukiko TAtceuoRt • • Faculty ot Nutritoo, Kobe Gakuia Univensity (Arlae; Ikawadani, Tarumi-ka, Kobe) . ,......_ . . . . , .. . . . . . t• • . . ..... Among the browning reaction of various foods, the Maillard reaction has been studied extensively and it is known that the reaction products show antioxidative activity. In the previous papers, the +' ) , authors observed that the easy formation of metal-protein complex and iron-fatty acid canplex, and '• those complex thus formed did not promote the rancidity of oil. • In this paper the relation between the binding ability of inelanoidin(Ai)and metal and character-. ~ isties of M-metal complex was investigated. M prepared f{om a mixture of glycine and rrxylose. t by heating at 100'C for 5hr, was fractionated by Sephadex G 25 or thin•layer chromatography (TLC). _ M and fractionation components with Sephadex G 25 and TLC were reacted at 50'C with some Inorganic metals (copper sulfate, ferrous chloride, zinc nitrate and'magnesium chloride). The precipitated complex was separated by centrifugation, and the amount of adduct formed with those materials, and metal conient io those complex, and iR spectrum and TLC of those complex were •'. measured. o'3o.on 0 3 A 3 o.7 I '. . I .i ' I
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50253 8408 Benneit, Harry, 1895-- ed. The chemical formulary; a condensed collection of valu- able, timely, practical formulae for making thousands of products in all fields of industry ... editor-in-chief : H. Ben- nett. Brooklyn, N. Y., The Chemical formulary co., 1933 ~, •. 221 cm. ( "Iteferences consulted": vol. i, p. 491-402. Cumulative index for volumes i- Brooklyn,! N. Y., Chemical publishing co., inc.,1944- ' r. 22 cm. 1 TY151.1W Index 1. Chemirtry, Technical-Bbrmulne, receipts, prescriptions. I. Title. TP151.B35 660.S31 33--:;6aJ8 library of Congress ia:,tk4:i0101 '
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.:.a.~.. .~......~... ; .-. .. . . . _:r.4.. .._..,. ..._.~..:ns...r< . 50253 8417 TA ~Standarcls; - ISt:- ~`~'-~9t~t~ 401~" ~" A Saciet~ 1'0~ `:R"'atc3ria~.s. -B:;oi: op A.'.+. ". ' j-S~=:: inclu:iir_~ tnr.t=~ ~~. : ~= . :. ~'t:i~aCF? phia r, wr. t3.1u4, 1at• ~..•~aers. s~,l' . • tcj th, lin1cr. ~;PP iL^ ::Qoa of A. ~. ~. . ~:.•I.n'.ar.:~a y:si its 3?,.)oY of a.S.T.1%. `..c,nta ,~..~ ~'~' -lw va rios t? 3,~,t:.1: 0 0 1
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. 50253 8428 . . TN d`/ l; Be 1977 ° AR(;HER. E. BERAHA B.Sc. Chemical Engineering, M.Sc. Metallurgy, D.Sc. Materials Engineering B. SHPIGLER B.Sc..Mechanical EngineerinR, M.Sc. Metallurgy M•= 03'o On.o .I a 1~j AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR METALS ~~o METALS PARK, OHIO 44073 3 t 3 3 3 . , ..A. ,. ~ l • ~~J~.tc?c,
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50253 8420 MAGNESIUM OXIDE/ZINC OXIDE/. Int.Arch.Occup.Environ.ttlth 36,29-39 (1975) *Tby Spr nger- er ag 1975 -wt ' Effects, of the Inhalation of Catalytically Active Metallic.Oxide Fumes on Rabbits . . ~ ~ 3 , and AKIRA NUKADA , SHINJI AKASHI TADASHIGE MORI 1Training Institute for Health-Teachers, Okayama University, Okayama 2DeparUnent of Hygiene, Kyoto Profectural Medical University, Kyoto 3Department of Hygiene, School of Midicine, Toho University, Tokyo Received July 18, 1975 / Accepted August 4, 1975 0 3000 03 1 325
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; 50253 8 400 1 .. ~ 4m M$I : pMQis`W:4"'AATX. &Uriaartl9 y . pts • :Z; American Society for Testing lfateriaL,. Book of A. S. T. JI. standards including tentatives. 1939- Philadelphia. v. In lllus., plates, diagrs. 24 cm. Triennlal (1044 and Mia biennial) with supplements issued In tLie intervening years. Formed by the union of its Book of A. S. T. 3f. standards and itsl Book of A. S. T. :1t. tentaUve standards i. Title varies slightly. Cover title, 1J3f)- : A. S. T.11i. standards. Issued 193J-,45 In 3 pt& a year; 1a16-48 !a 5 pts.; 1fl-39- iw 6 pts. 1. F.ngineering-Societier>, etc. 2. alaterials-Testing. TA401.AG53 Library of Congress " 159r51us10j ~.w-n--..-,.. ..s..-..;~-~ . ~:.-T . . . . .. -. :~.......R. ~ . 0 3 0 0 0 03f 3 U S
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50253 8427 CARBON MONOXIDE-ADSO?L°TION ON METAL SURFACESI CARBON MONOXIDE--OXIDATION/NITRIC O:CIDE/METALLOF.NZY'dt: CATALYSif/ GLUTAPIINE SYNTUETASE/ QD' 501' Adi 19791 i i ADVANCES IN CATALYSIS VOLUME 28 1 a D. Ga rnrn uA." LAIwO Oy ItuSAtiM Pn.n n.r..... o+p..r. Pwet. d. Wcm v.w R.,..r. r x000160% c.e.r tn..rd6 ts... t.,..y- G.F- Airw.a Xw/ny # '' Q f i ~ y 1979 ~ r~ ll) ACADEMIC PRESS r• Nra Yak l.wxk>ti 7btunto S)drteP San Francnrm r 030 0 n0 3' 1 332
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50253 8429 S_~....~._-.~,~:~.y~,~ }1f'-.t :~x+...,r..... . .. ~ . u06ra editor) _. .. . ~~`.~'~ Kehl, George Louis. Tho principles of metallographic laboratory practice, by George L. Kehl ... 2d ed. New York and London, \ic- Graw-Hill book company, inc., 1943. zlii, 453 p. lncl. Illus., tables, dtagrs. 23} cm. (Ra1J-titie: Metal` lurgy nnd metallurgical engineering series; R. F. Mehl ... consulting Bibliography at end of each chapter. ( 1. Metallography. 43-2221 Library of Congress E` ) TN69P.K4 - 1943 (49gi) 6G') 0 3 n o no3.1 33 4. _,~~....w..~
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50253 6431 TH *fRT11LLOf,RAPiV/ . 690 Interpretation Ro. , 1977 ARCHER of Metallographic Structures SECOND EDITION WILLIAM ROSTOKER Deparhnent of Materials E• ngineering College of Engineering University of lllinoii at Chicago Circle ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1977 A SvWdiarY. oE Harcourt Brace jovanovich, Publishers ® 0 Chicago, lllinois JAMES R. DVORAK ~. Brunswick Corporation Skokie, llliaois V,
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American Society for Testing i4areria.s BOOK OF A.S.T..M„ ST:.hDARnS IitiCLUD1NG TF.hTATIVFS.• v. In illusa, plates, diagxs.. 24 caa.
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50253 8407 78 II'Wi Chem. Eng. (London) 323, 570-1(1977) Metal Toxicity ~ A. WiIliAms Dr Alex Wi/Itams is Lecttaer in Occupational Medicine at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and Medical Adviser to thi TUC Centenary Institute of Occupa- tional Health. After workiny lor some yeas in Centra/Africa he became involved with the community health problems of the North American Indians, and later spent four years as ` Director of Medica/ Services /or the Canadian Eastern Arctic amongst the Eskimo popula- tion. He returned to London in 1974 to pwJue his interest in the community aspects of occupational medicine. • i Introduction the body attached to the surface of the red Italian Mattioli in the first halt of the 161 . The toxic properties ot metals have cell membrane. Poisoning results in century concerning the miners in Idria. provided occupational medicine with severe abdominal pain, vomiting, anaemia, short working day of six hours was insutut some of its oldest and most recent and disturbances in function of peripheral ed in 1665, and was the first legislauv problems. White and• red lead have been nerves - although the classical wrist drop industrial hygiene measure in histo In use as pigments for well over 2000 is seldom seen in this country today. Apart from mining, one of the maj years. and the carbonate of load, cerussite. Encephalopathy, an acute swelling of the exposures to mercurials came later in th was used by the Egyptians both as•an •--brain, only rarely occurs in adults but is felt hatters trade. Somewhere around th Ingredient in pottery glaze and as a cos- often the dominant feature in a child who middle of the 17th century, mercuri metic. The toxic properties of tead•were has ingested lead-containing material. nitrate came into use in France as familiar to Greek. Roman. and Arabian The synthesis of the haem molecule is valuable method of softening coarse heirw ohvsieians before the Christian era. fundamental to the formation of haemo- thus makinn feitinp easier. The effects th and Ie d powerfully inhibits some liquid had on the workers health have bee It~y as 1 39 at Tanquerel d s glo n . PlaniJfos p~lis~~d ir~ari~'is a~oury~pf I ofj~e ezyrt~ required for tho process toft as a legacy in such phrases as "th " " ' over 1000 cases of lead poisoning. The with a consequent anaemia. Because of hatters shakei and mad as a hatter . i awareness of the problem grew throughout this bfocking effo cL atong tho pathway, Metallic mercury is wirtoly used in 1 , ~ Eu notably in- 8titaPtf whbte- TTlprtfif ~'{Kera~sn Ineroi~r+ exctetien of d..esied _.~.~.+ .~r.~ ~a rb..~......~-...~-.~b.` ~
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50253 8441 efv1 M~~i..~~ -.- NI tt rosc•PC 4
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° r.IG1i"..T.0q1"lj tj'J.IY19Sau ov,,~ o!~ Y~:~,:G;*r} 3o e.m u:,:~.`a-fUavi4 •o:q ICuoT-4-OFoo3r.j lc4aTaoLD si.-.i q ---, ;;ti,3=6co0T e l+.~•-.;.y~i+ c,r.~.a:_,rritS V~t, VCt : ~1-.• ~ 143 n r~','r•. n r r ~. .
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50253 8409 ' . , ' 73 III Grl METALLIC COATING OF *?:OrICONDUCTING MATERIALS FOR SCANNING JLECTRON MICROSCOPY. ` ~ 1{337S lti M t• t t . 03 t10n 03 1 3 1 4 eta s c ng o w neneonduetinan,atcriets(orac.n- p4mflbeschfehtnnfinichtfeftender:lf3ter4lie Rtag electroe miuox.pp. Grase„irl•. F.; Jakopie. E.; 11'a1- ainset, H. (2enuorn k:ektronenmikro•t. Cra:. Austrial. s+prF.asterelektronentnikroskopi. < / ati~lwsrirts,urar es rin, 3J(5). 1'o prevent elee. F. Grasn,ick, E Jakopid und H. \1'al t i n~erer ~ • •ettar~ins, tancondWtinC tein(~.-sensiti~•e e.w,ptcs for sc-Snnin~ - dntron mieroecoyy aere coated ritl, .luu-~-ehiek; uellvd- ZesattymfOrEkkttooenmikraskopic,Geas 6ering Au laren bi iat y•ut:erinjc irr a eonventinrtal device with a rotatin yendahunstem. g n _ . .~ ---» -- ._,-.~..-
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b~£!£ 0 U 0 0£ 0 (C~3Z' ~=,'~'~::~'J !}`~'~.EP:}U !~ ~ •0 OZI sUNQA ! _ AZbB ESZOS
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, 50253 ea30 ,,~~~!lE~G ELECTC0f! fr1lCCCSCC~ Y/~.~~~ ;, Proceedings of the Part I (April 27-29,1971) DURTH ANNUAL SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPE SYMPOSIUM and Pwt n (April 30, 1971) ;" K'ORKSHOP ON FORENSIC APPLICATIONS OF THE ~ ~ SCANNING "EIECTROH 6iICROSCOPE , Part I SPoesored by IIT RESEARCH INSTITUTE ~ ~ l/ RJ Rl O N • `/ert-S "SDnnsnrrd by the IrATIONAI IN3iI•UTE OF LAW ENFORCENENT AND 11 CRININAI JUSTICE (UiLA. U.S. WARTHENT OF JUSTICE), ANO ~ IIT RESEARCH INSFITU:i 
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American Institute fo Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers FLAT ROLLED PRODUCTS: ROLLING AND TREATMENT Vol. 1) ~ ~ ;~ti3lnrg~ca~3~4c~et~~Gotifere~,~r Ni. 1959 . 122 pages Interscience Publishers New York
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5p253 8q38 ,, MERCURY/ REF -• , 251R Me ~I ETI-I O DEN D E R 1974 ORGANISCHEN CHEMIE (HOUI3EN-WEYL) rIERTE,VaLLIG NEU GESTALTETE AUFLAGE assaosososssx.os EUGEN MULLER Tostxass o>t=ssss.oaaasst YITatscnRO Tol O.BAYER usa=o~sx Ii13EERWEIN t • K.ZIEGLER t •~-....... ~.,~.., BAND XIII/2b METALLORGANISCHE VERBINDUNGEPt Hg ss.asaTS: rolt 1 , ILSTRAUB IGP.ZELLER ILLEDITSC1iK'E ~Qsi~as~t :8siaos~ goscesT 19 ~~ ~Vf\~14 GEORG TIIIF.NlE VERLAG STUTTGART
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50253 8447 I . ..,.. .. . , . :. A. V. Vpaiarw (.• R• acdona 1 d .~ : G.-E. Nagel EXTERNAL DIFFUSER DEGASSING DURING MOLTEN•~YUMINUM TRANSFER c. x. Li P. E. Ayien TIVIS t . . ; ~ PAPER SELECTION : : PAPER NO• A72-ai 7HE[~S~ TALtl1RQ~AL BOCtETY of AIME 345 EA$'r 4TtA S7HEEL NEW YORK. N.Y. 10017 0 ~..P3 --1 - 73- --..r; '1-
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He at lik"fxtmtsl+,-o.t ~..:.,~ . ._ .. -. . ~ SiuveUx;"Albert, ISG3-1939. ~ The lnetallograpny anti heat treahnent of iron and steel; bv Albert $auveur... Fourth etiition (nineteenth thousand) 1'ew York and Lor,don, McGraw-Hi11 book company, inc., 1935. zxlt, 531 p. lncl. lllua., tabler, dlag: a. 271 cm. "Temperature convereion tables" on front Hn!nF-pcper. "Reference,r" lncluded 1n Appendix it (p. 435-523) 1. Iron-Metallography. 2. ateei-Metnllography. 3. Iron-Ifete lurgy. 4.9tee!-Dletallurgy. r~ .136--`_'.3n k ~ Y P bit N Ltb . r. ew or u c for Ilbrary of Cungress in.3_'1 S1 " .~--..-: , ..+T....-•--,.-..-..-.,--•1• • - - - :. _' - . . - : . _ -
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50253 8432 PARTICLE SIZE MCASL'RT;t.!E;vT/TEX'riTRF./PATTFRN Rl?CO(;NITI(?N/COMPUTERS/STERPOLnGY/ MICROSCOPE AND MTCROSCOPY/`tORPItOLOGY/*lICRO?-tORP110i.0Gi /Fi.CCTRQN MICROSCOPY/ SURFACE AREA DF.TER?tINATION,IMEMIAfrR"}}~t40RP110MF.TP•Y/ NBS SPECIAL PUBLICATION # 431./.i!eS. NATIONAL BUREAU 0F STANDARDS/ • i QH 211 Un 1976 0 3 f)b Fourth International Congress for StereoIOC,J. y PIKJCI:EDINGS OF THE Fourtlt Intcrnational Cor.gress for Stcrcology HELD AT THE National Bureau of Standards GaithcrsLurg, \Iarylard, U.S.A. ScptemLcr 4-9, 1975 EEDITED BY: Ervin E. Underwood Georgia ln.titute of TecLnologT Atlanta, Georgia 30332 Roland de Wit and Gcorgc A. Moore Institute for Jfatcrials Rceca:c6 National Burcau of Standards Wasllinotun.I).C. 20"3t ' SPONSt)ttED BY ~ lnternatiunal Soriety for Slerrnl.,p. Societe inlernatiunale pnur la jlrrri,L.pie iuternadonate C~-rll-.iia(t (ur ;lerru!ueie TLe National Ilureau of SlanJards end the National Science Fuund.tiun ;,'U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Rogers C. B. htorton, Secrefory lomes A. Baker, III, Under Secretory A `f ~ Dr3atsy f 1ncke3oh4ot, Asfonf Secretary for Science and Technology NAT!ONAI BUREAU Of STANDARDS. Ernest Amb!er, Acting Director
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W. 50253 8apj __- - RA 576 Da 1973 J POLLUTION CONTROL/I:IDUSTRIAL ENGINEERT.N-G/INDUSTRIAL -EQUIPMENT/ = lOSFAf•:LL'RtlC,tE-•INDnSTftY/WATER--TREAT:IENT/ . ENVIROATiENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ffice of Air and WAter Programs Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Research Triangle Park, N. C. 27711 May 1973 AIR POLLUTION E,3GINEERING MANUAL 2nd edition Compiled and edited by JOHN A. DANIELSON w. /1P 3td Air Pollution Control District County of Los Angeles . ~,...,...-_~..~.,.~.r,~,~•--..~.~.~ ~..:....~.~... _-. -. _ --_.- .- ~----- - : .........a ~ 0 •3 1 3-4y
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FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF 4gR . : LLUTION CONTROL FOR METALLURGICAL ENGlNEERS .Rob.ert A. Stoehr- ~ . : : TM5 PAPER NO. A72-75 ' . ~ ..r ~. THEET 4Tth S7R MEt'At~;t~`is1~At` SOCIETY of A/IV1E' 345 EET. NEW YORK. N.Y. 10017 .ti :
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TRIGAS FLUXtNG OF ~UMINUM ALLOYS R: J.'.,,,d2m0 PAPER NO _ ~ C: L. Brooks A72-80 . ; PAPER . SEL.ECT [ON 0 7HE ME7AtLUF1GsCAL.S0CIQTK of` AIME 345 EAT 47th STREET. NEW YORK, N.Y. t001'7
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50253 8455 . 73 III Me , RELATIONSHIP OF HYDROGEN CONTENT TO QX t D E CONTENT I N N.UM ! NUM MELTS . D. A. Wenz PAPER NO. TMS ' ~A72-40 ~r. .~~ SOCIETY SELE`j ~_.IOf V 345 E7~STA 7~EETSNEW YORK. N.Y 10017 PAP`R 1 , . ... . . .. _ -
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--s Ijz6z ~:~ L1 bietiA ild~`"Cor®ra lonmCpa w"• ~ Annotated bibliography on the use of organolithium cr>n3- pounds in organic synthesis; a review of literature publi,ahYi prior to January,1948. biinneapolis,1949.•-?'OL-3 ieq p. 28 cm. SupF 1ea:er. " 1-1 "Tbe abetracts ... deal for tbe most part with the (7rignard type reaction employing 11tIItum alYyla and lltblum aryle." 1. iLithtum organic compounda--Bibl., ( A 50-7687 Chicago. Unly. Idbr. for Library of Congreae 0 c21
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see Organometallic compounds. 0
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50253 8453 , . , 73 III Me 1 0 . -4 THE MANY WORLDS OF "NC ' . TMS ~ ~:~ AI-R~`i . S. F. Radtke ~ =' Pl~ P~ t-s SELEECT1ON! . . PAPER NO.- A72-3 1HE ~ACLUiiGtCAG: SOCIETY ni AIME 345 EaST 47th STREET. NEW YORK. N.Y. 100tt i 0 . I '~.._...._..__._..~~ 0 . I i
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w . . r. • ..- _ .,+.:. GRAIN REFINEMENT IN ALUMINUM ALLOYS L. F. Mondolfo TtV~ ~ -SELEC TlON ~ ~ 7HE MEMttURGICAt SOCtEt1r• ot A1ME 345 EAST 47th STREET. NEW YORK. N.Y, to0p PAPER NO. A72- .4 1
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50253 8435 1 1 8th Edition ARCMR ' VOL 8 Metal/ography, Structures- anaho 123 /lA 1973 Q Phase, Diagrarrrl AMERICAN s- prepared under direction of the ; CIETY FOR METALS ASM HANDBOOK COMMITTEE M.tafa Patic, Ohio 44073 t- .j :i • ~~. . . . • ' ~ O . . , .. . • !A • . _ . • '~-~•a!~.....-....~.1_....T... . •~.a.~,~.•~r . °. . . . . -.i METALS HANDBOOK Taylor Lyman. Editor (dsasasad 8 March 1973) Howard E. Boy.r• Managing Editor ~ William J. Carnas, Chief Copy Editor ~~ Margaret W. Chavaller, Chief Illustrator t3~ntor Edltors: Edward A. Dvrand and Paul M. Untsrwalsar :. Mdt.n4awtonWaldorf r(CI 1'.(L'i , ~ ~ Asatatant Editors: K.Isn V. Bukovles. Craig W. Kirkpatrick and Jack W. Kothsra . ' . . • .. . . . . . .a . . . . - , - ,. ....~.--.v ... t .. F*-~ . . . M . - --v•. . . - . .
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50253 aase * I weetwood, A. R. C. P:AtYIFtO;MAi-SE:iSITIt's bi1:GHi`+IfZCA.L BEfLAYIOR, ProceediuSa of a Gontetence SpoaaoxAd by the H©tallur", ical Society AmoricRa In.?txrute ot M3uing, Meta].iuYgical rsnd Petroleizn Engin3era azd the Lt. S. Aresy Roasercch Orfic®-Daraen and tha Resem:cb Institute for Advacicad Studies (tfartin Comgany) Ba1tlmoro, Maryland, June 7-8, ].SbS, by A. R. C. WestAood ar.d N. S. Stoloff, eds. (t•fatalIurL-acAl Society Confcsxencen
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. TA 405 Am 1976 SURFACE AN.ALYSIS. A•ymposium . , a. 50253 8442 W sponsored by ASTM Subcommittee E02.02 T E C H N I Q U E S F O R Q~Surface Analysis of ASTM Committee E-2 on ~ ,r/Emission Spectroscopy ARCHEF 4 /METAL#,URC~tCA_ AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR a TESTING AND MATERIALS I APPLICATIONS Cleveland, Ohio, 4 March 1976 ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 596 I R. S. Corbonora-and J. R. Cuthilt, editors list Oric. =15.00 01-596000-2i i 0 3. 0 0 0' 0'3 1/ *3 .4 6.*. ' AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 . /, , fk t rA,,._ ..
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50253 8462 , T ,~bvca ~. - Liddell, Donald 3?acy,1879- comp. The metallurgists and chemists' handbook; a reference boo:: of tables and data for the student and metallurgist, compile~l by Donald 3i. Liddell ... 3d ed., rev. and enl. New York ietal McGraw-Hill book company, inc., 1930. rli, 847 p. illus., dtagre. 1800. ~ 1. Dfetallurgy-Tables, calculations, etc. i 3Q-24753 ' Library of Congress TN671.L5 1930 -- Copy 2 `~ ~ .) Copyright A 27-133 ia40f2j VIO
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50253 8460 ' :tef . QD 151 Gm p Slsecrs, Syster s No. 59, supl. 2a, 2b, qnelin, Leopold, 1788-1853. (-%M,.li%,p t{wr0hitrh dwr wnoraanischen cheml e. 8. ~usFl. tiar$g. voi, uar Dautschea chemiachen gesellrcha€t, ba.arb'. von R. J. Iieyer, unter beratender miLWirtmng von Franz Peters ,,, Lcipsig-Berlin, Vetlag Cheaie g.LS.b.h., 1924-(G1 j4L/v. diagra. 26 1l2~cm. I
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50253 saso := ENGINEERING AND COST STUDY OF THE_ PRIMARY ; UMINUM INDUSTRY • ' QAP-ER_ tV0•. REID E. IVERSEN TMS PAPER _ ~. . : SELECTION THE nu uRG* Cae. sOCIETy-ot aIME ° - 345 AST 47th STREET. NEW YORK. N.Y. t0 0t7 a A72-105
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50253 8451 73 III Me TIN- IN THE AMER ICAS OUR ING THE LAST 100 YEARS , . PAPER NO. A?2-2 SELEC'i iO1 V. 345 EAST 47th STREET. (VE1N YORK. N.Y. 10017 Charfes C. Mantell PAPER : W . . • 0-13A0 0 0 3 1 35S .; If
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50253 e03 American Institute of Chemical Lngineers FLUIDIZATION FiJNDAHEIYTALS AND APPLICATION, Edited by iioward Littman, Robert Pfeffer, Jerome Feinman, Bernard S. L.:e, and Norman 1.c3yt tz (Chemical Engineering Progress Symposium Series Vol. 66 (No. 105) 1970) 1970 295 Pages American Institute of New York Chemical Engineers ~ . r. . ~,. . . . . . . . - . - -
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50253 8448 __,._. ' .73 ZIt • Me ~ • e r APPL I CAT I ON OF' AN 1 MPROYEO TELEGAS APPAR'ATUS TO DIRECT MEASUREMENTS . OF THE OOROGEN CONTENT .1 N MOLTEN ALUMINUM ALLOYS , PAPER NO.- J. L. Oassel A72-39- TNE h' AtLUfiC1CAL SOCIETY of AIME ` 345 ST 47th STRFE~ tNcW YORK. N.Y. t0017
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METHODS FOR DETERMINING HYDROGEN 0 I N~,UM I NUM ALLO YS PAPER NO. , Paul 0. Hess - • A12-38 - - -~ TMS PAPER SELECTtO~1 ~ . THE M4TAlyttRGtCAL SOCWTY'of: A1ME ' 345 EAST 47th STREET. NEW YOfiK. N.Y. 10017 .~ .: s 0 0 3 ~ Q n n3 t 3 5 3 ©
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50253 8444 , AIR I1'OLILIUTAN"I' EMISSION FACTORS : ~ (Second Edition) U. S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Gffice of Air aud iti'atcr Pro;rams Office of Air Qunlity Planning and Standards Research Triangle Park, North Carolina ENVIRO:;:!r;:`TAL ill"A~ .`::I ; I'OC!'.--PRC)CESSI?1G PLA:•iTS/ INDUSTKIA]~ PLAPI%SI1~--POLLUTIC+:--CO1.i,c CTLD !•IORKS/PLASTICS/ t S7bR Un AUTOi-i03ILF E liAUSE GAS/ALU:fINUAi.PRODUCTI0:-1+;~~~ _? 1973 (V'1~TPILATIOiv ~~ _ t Apri11973 . - 1 _.__,..~ _..._.~....~ .~..-._ - .~.~,~,..._..._._.._..._......._..__,.._...,~ .0 3400 0 3 1 34 8
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~~ -~ ---.- - r~~ ~ - --- ---METALS--THERMODYNAMIC DATA/METAtLtlRGWINORGANtC CHEMISTRY/ 50253 8466 POLYMERS & POLYMERIZATION--THERMAL ANALYSIS/ POCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTH INTERNATIQNAL CQNFERENCE QN THtRMAL ANALY$Z, July 6-12,; 1980, Bayreuth, Federal Repub1. oP' Geftany , Thermal Analysis Vol. 2• Inorganic Chemistry/Metallurgy Earth Sciences Organic Chemistry/Polymers Biological Sciences/Medicine/Pharmacy Editor. W. Hemminger Institut ftir Werkstoffkunde Universitit Braunschweig Federal Republic of Germany 1980 BirkhRuser Verlag Basel - Boston - Stuttgart
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~ . . _ . . . . . . - _ ~ _.:s. . . --' . TlNG OF • =f CAS -- _., ,#. S 1MUl-TANEOUS +a~c OS ! TES PAPER ~ : , . : LOY COMP : A72-82 . B' ~ nczewsk i ~ . J. • - _ • , . . g ~ -- .: sfREE7. N ''~'', ~'Z~ ~T 4 ~ SELE~j ! 1 LJ' `t; .345 EA ~ ~pCt~Y o! A/ME PAPER EYI YORK• NY 10017 TME a ~~ . .. ~ : : ~ Kramer
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50253 8459 TN 707 An ARCHER American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Enginee FLAT ROLLED PRODUCTS II: SEMIFINISHED AND FINISHED (Metallurgical Society Coinferences, Vol. 6) 1960 150 pages Interscience Publishers New York 0 30 0n 0 3 1 3 6 3
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V xA Ts PROCESS MODI JLI 1\'G 670 A" Funciamentais anc.i 1980 Ar lAicat ions to Nleta ls Proceedings of -American Society for Metals Process Modeling Sessions Materials & Processing Congresses 1978 and 1979 Sponsored by the Process Modeling Activity of the ASH Mechanical Working and Forming Division ,_MATERIAJ.S/METALWORKING TECMOLOGY SERIES American Society for Metals Metals Park, Ohio 44073 6 a `T 1 t 3 - r;.-._~ ...rl
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IRnN/METALS ,NON-FERROUS /!KETALLOtfA1/FINISHES ANT) COATINGS/IriETALS--CORROSION/ CORROSION AND A.'~TI-CORROSIVES/STEEL/CASTING,METALS/COMPOSITE MATERIALS/ REF CHEMICAL TECIINOLOGY:AN ENCYCLOPEDIC TREATMENT. 9 4"The Economic Application of P:odern Technological Developments Based upon ~ a work originally devised by the late Dr. J.' F. van Oss. General Editor /97o VOLUME 3: METALS AND ORES- 1970 _ ftx. T.J.W. van Thoor ,111f01 NEW YORK BkN E3ARNES & NOBLE BOOKS (a divisiun of Harper & Row Publishers, I nc.) !
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50253 8472 { TH 673 In 1978 ARCHER Lki,' f. 4t!e.+C1.F~ . nmg~ndl Procesonng ]'Pr'inciple§ and Technologies Proceedings of the ' v4nternational Conference on Rapid Solidification Processing November 13-16, 1977 Reston, Virginia. U.S.A. Edited by: R. Mehrabian B.H. Kear M. Cohen 0 3 0 4 ~ 0 3 1 3 7 b Baton Rouge Claitor's Publishing Division
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Lyon, Hi11iam S,, Jr. (ed.) CUYDE TO I'.CTIV.ITION ANALYSIS. 1964 186 p. D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc. New Jersey
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r.M. i~.+..+..'-~ i..M.. ~ ST-EEL--ME1'ALLURGY/*P, PWX itc - 673 Mc -TEIE MAKING, SHAPIt:G AND TREATING OF STEEL. Ninth Edition. 1971 PDDL Edited by HAROLD E. McGANNON UNITED STATES STEEL 1971 In n 50253 8474 { _-y
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50253 8456 ~r~.tiN~N~tNj . = 73 IIf •Me RECOVERY OF Al.UES FROM METAL- SK iM . • .. . . . AND PO.TL t N I NGS PAPER tvo. M. M. Wi 1 I iams ' .. A72-64 TMzi . . . ~:. .,SELECi IO11 ~5 NT " t7t-r9=' oROK~ M'Y oon~ . PAPER r . ~ .
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LITERATURE REFERf;:1CES--BIBLIOGRAPHY 50253 8471 QIRECTORIES--I%!FORW,TION SOL'RCES; • 1 iNFORMATI0:1 SOUP..CES--METALS/ GOVERNMENT-LITERATURE INFORMATION/ , ~ A BRIEF GUIDE TO SOURCES OF Z 6678 Hy , 1973 NN~~TALS INFORMATION -by .. Marjorie R. Hyslop INFORDSATION RESOURCES PRESS WASffLVGTON, D.C. lf?i
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50253 8480 , ~ d. Skeggs, Leonard T., Jr.; ed. AUTOaA2IQa Iy ANALYTICAL CIiUfIST1tY, TECHiIM-t SYY.YOSIA 1965 AxD 1966. 1966, 1967 722 Pages Mediad Inc. New York
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.tOU41949:x~ ~Y Stoughton, Bradley, 1873- Engineering metallurgy, a textbook for users of metals, by~ Bradley Stoughton ... and Allison Butts ... 3d ed. New' York and London, McGraw-Hill book company, inc., 1938. iz, 525 p. illus., diagrs. 23} cm. (HalJ-title: Metallurglcal texts) "Literature" at end of most of the chapters. L Metallurgy. i. Butts, Allison, 1890- ioint author. tt. TIt1P.1 38-4477 Ltbrary of Congress T:16135.S88 1938 t50v11 66^ . T• _ . . _. . . ~ .
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50253 8467 CASTING, '•'iF.TALS/ 77-23,558 Tj _ MATHEW. Jacob, 1949- 7 07 SIMULATION OF HEAT FLOW AND THERMAL STRESSES IN CONTINUOUS CASTING: APPLICATION OF THE . M t MODEL TO INTERNAL CRACKING. 1977 ARC}IF.R University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D., 1977 Engineering, metallurgy / I',L Xerox Untversity f,Aicrofilms, An,MO«,MicAi9an4b10d JA A ~ --~_- ~ 0 3 0~n.0 3 1 3 7 1
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Q Metal2urgy--Dfctibnaxi 123 „ M Merricuea, A. D. A COI:CISE F3'CYCLOPA?DIA OF rL?T4LLL'ZGY 1965 1173 pag=a :tar.Dona1d zz:d EvEna, Ltd. London
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50253 8469 r E TS ,: s Va Varlay, P. C. TiiE gIIC;iNOLGWY 0F ALiiMINZUN AND ITS ALiAYS (Newoee Ynte..~atianal Monogrepha oa MataxiaLs Sciaa.l:a RTU1 xnchnnlno;.l . 19,110 161 Pagt3a Naiwacs-Suttererorths London O 030An o 3.1 37:~
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50253 8465 f TN 673 De Dennis, William Herbert, 1904- 1lfetallurgy of the non-ferrous metals. 11954, 647 p. Illus. 23 cm. l-NMdVMsne - e MlIIrgy. i. Tttle. TK758.D44 669 Ltbrary of Congress ~~ L31 03t10n 0 3.1 .36 9. . --y.:-sw- .. •dro.•.OiV . r. - .. London, Pitman 55-55g t
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50253 8485 Faraday Society, Zondon. Discussions. no--1- /y JrJ -1947= ' ' _ - - .: & ~/ London tetc.l .A6tna 142 O v. Illua 25 cm. 1. Chemistry - Societies. 2. Metallurgy - Societies. 3. Eiectro- chemist ry-Societles. QD1.F92 Library of Congress 540.6242 (53h5l
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U. S. Hational Bureau of Staadards ACTIVATI4N D27ALHSIS s A BIBLI(3GRAPHY, Pt. 1,2.Bt1i*.ei by G. J. Lutz, R. J. Boreni, R. 8. M.qddock aud W. W. MAinke r 511 Pages *J. S. Dept. of Commerca "t-thiagtoa, D. C. 1968 0 0 3 0 0 n () 3.1 38 ?,: _ „_ „_.. . _,,I- ....._
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50253 8437 0 . A d. Sct. USA M. 1~ pp• 9.1'13-=74&ober 1976. . ~I . • / . I , ' CARBON MONOXIDE/CARBOXYIIEt'.OCLOBIN/ 77 II Co 1 Nature of 02 and CO binding toidietalIoporpfiyrMs SndXeme proteins (hemoKlobin/in(rared vibrational spectra/metal bound superoxides/distal binding site) JAMES P. COLLMAN. JOHN I. IIRAUt1fAN, THOAfAS R. HAL[3EAT, AND KENNETH S. SUSLICK lkprtnxd oi (2,rmistry, Stantwd Univanisy, SlaniurJ• Glifania 94305 CostrtLu(ed by jonun P. Coflman, Jnly 12,1978 ABSI7NCC The O: vibration of diosyt:cn adducts of Fe and Co model eomplcxes of N n,a,n,R-tctrapivalamid~~plrenylpor- hytin ("pickct fence" porph~~rin, Tpis'1'1') with 1-methylins• a:ole and t-tritylimida~ote as axial bases are rerorted, ob• lained with diffcrcnce techniyucs bet%cen r"U., t`O.. I")-t'0, and NO with a Fourier transfunn infrared spcctrumctcr. As' signments of ru, arc (()•:?I'.yTpisi'1'1 t•urcth% limidazuie, 1159 em't in Nujul;(O_)F'v{•fpivl'P11-eritflimida7ole. 1163 in bcn- tenet (Q)C:o(Tpivi'P) 1-mcthylimidazulc, 1t50 in Nujol; (O:)wpivl'1') l•trihlimid.rtoic, II3;1 in lunzene. Compariwns with other lnosvn Fe. Co. Cr, and Ti diomy{;cn compleses are made, and it is concluded that the bcrN diuxy~en li4and is best viewed as bound supero.ide. U_'. The CO affinities uf s•arrious hcmoproteins and model systenn ' d ssc~ A c/I~ ciat~l~ s bc sccn'~ c C~ slr~I~Iiuw~ frc• nt nd it~ bin2ifir~ cDR.tan is dclCFibcd~i hcr6ra.tically lowered affiaitv of hrmonrotrioc for 01 ,•nnu.,....1 ..i*6 ..... as~....`- preparcd under Inert atmosphere. Separate samples of these solutions were exposed to an atmosphere of CO, NO, O., atxf >2W torr 1iO! (brdh 5•/ e and 90 : enrichcd)1. Infrared six-ctrai data of all sulutiuus were collcctstii h<fivcrn =00(1 cm-t arxi 750 cm-1 on a Digilab FTS 15 ii Fourier transform spectrometer, at I cm'1 resolution. A RI(IC XLO variable p,rthlength cell fitted with \aCi windows and sct to 0.1 mnt was rucd. Differ- ence spectra wcrecomputed using thi standard suftware of the spectrometer. (These diifrrcnce spectra are anaiag,ris to sample minus reference absorbancr six•ctra on a conventional dual bearn spcrtrometer.) The c.rf f icients in the dif forrnce si>,•etra; were c(Mnen to reduce to baeline the porph% rin bands at 1 ti)3 cm"t and 1001 cm-t; small amounts of a neat benzene speo- trum were then adderi or subtracted. to accnirnt for slicht
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Msljrsiir~..~` 4UL,1~Wcgy-.-MttwaLiou U. S. Natioeal Bureau of Standards MODSRN TUNDS IN ACTIVATION A:IALYSIS, Vol. 1, 2-Et4xred by 3aas®a R. DeVoe and Pbilip D. LaFlcus w. .°a. i:otiO::~:i~ u%iscatl vi 'Ousl+ui'tsatti Special Publication 312) 1469 2 Vols. U. S. Dept. of ComcasrCB -W86hiAgtou, D. C.
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S02S3 8473 ---.- - -- -~ _ , QD 133 Lo 1919 CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC/ IfBTAtttJRft~:111;~'~?~ ' TECHNICAL METHODS Op ORE ANALYSIS ALBERT H. LOW, B.S. i ' Gndrafs of Dfui. hrtitrte ef Teckeoloyy; for~nsrly C>tisf Auayer, Unitsd Statse lttwt, UtRrsr; fonntely Cl.~sf (./aMtst, Beitow mw4 Colo.ad. ~..sltixQ lVo+hi, itryo• Ilanber of rt+,e.uas f.lhnwscal Socnrtr; JferNbts f Jocirty of C~eruteol /edr.trs; •lleniber sj 1Ye+terx dilociatio» sf ]'schntcal CAawi+li tawa baaflrryirtr; 8lsM6ss of tir„. oJ Yew Ahrls ot.d Losv DfML'Nete ste , . . . 8lG1ITS EDIIYOY, REVISED AhD EIVLARGED TOTAL ISSUE, ?EN THOiTSAND NMV YORK . JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC. Lor~o.: CHArUaNT & Hzkr.r,, LLuffm , . _ - „~..,. . .... . , . . .......,. ........-~ ,..,.s..~ ....~ .. . , a. . ~ ... _
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Kanegis, James. Chemical and technical stenography; technical Grerrg ~ stenoh •aphy with special outlines and textual matters for the fields of chemistry and metallurgy. Ist ed. 1Vashinarton 11947j v, 88T p. 23 cm. iI 1. Shorthand. 2. Chemtatry-Terminology. S. Ddetallurgy-Termi• ~~ nology. r. Title. Z56.K163 0 653.42 47-7090• Library of Congress 148951 .--...,.... -.- ~-s.- < • . . . _ .
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•- -_ 50253 8434 ~ M-TALLGGIV'~ ?+O.M1~STf~UCTIVE.'IL'STXNG; , '' ~I0ISOtOFES' AIVF1 'F.AD~"f I0N EFF'ECTS; INDUSTkIhl.r CHEFlICA1S;R DIISSION,. ABSORl'TIOL4, 1`.ND MASS'; p EC'M3COPYt PT. 31. " Sr Neerican SoCiety for Testing Matersala I100K OF A.S.T.M. STANDNt3.S INC[.f1DIiiG YEN211TIVES,, v. In illua., plates, diagrs., 24 cm. 0 ....~~.--^-..-.~.~-. ..~ . _ 03.a 0~1Q3 f 339.
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50253 8490 TN 797 Am 1977 ARCHER / ., i METALLURGYMATERlALS EDUCATIONNEARBt?0K . ` ~,, ,,~ • • Published by 1 6t 1 1 E U ~ t ~ on The American Society for Metals Metals Park, Ohio 44073 March 1977 Supervisory Editor EDWARD J. MYERS; ASM . Senior Editor KALI MUKHERJEE, Polytechnic Institute Q 3rbf Q1e*9 YAO I 3 9- 4 _ - _,r~,.. .,..:.,_,. .---..
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50253 9461 QD 151 (IJM 19?? . t • y. . . , . . . ~_ti.. . . . . Gcrkfs •I~Il~;~!~ilil~~l~l.~+~':O.~A der ~ 1l:CS-^.4nsT roil Lcopold Gmain I i . Zatlskh Prgiasw>Q su GmeGaA iSaadbaeh ' ------------••- F F ."t.:a•;.n 50. „F•i.ae Ta1 A, Lfe:e~ 3 bb a t;DtELIN-UURRER P-:?'ALr.L'R'J•t OF tR0lI i " + T •..~ :_.:: ...~:. ' FtliRTE VOLLIG rT•.(i BEARBEIPI:TE AIIFLAC3R . 7oam~ ~txr ros G. TItOlEL axD W. ZISCUB.tLB ~ ... . __-._ _ . . ~• . ..... . .. i .- ... BAND! .:.~.. . . ._ . . _ t. , . IICC3{OF?:Tr3E Eoohoi"pro;.e0. Tuwr.wnmhLogs ssinhn Iiet.i.behedfcgaaa.a aad Ee"bftrgebatnes, 0 3 ,..-".Y',rRZ N.iA-t;uha lfodells and Aatcestioa c~ tL : 'Irt . ~!•~ . .Y~. ... 9+uJ i 4: Fi;a- oM:L :Jph.bet3 ;ia V.rt.•ui•af, der $-"'rcc63'rta u Se.u+chK ara! engl?ehel S,,•.a:,•
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50253 8487 Q 123 S Smithells, Colin J. METALS REFERENCE BOOK. VOLUME 1. 1955 531 p. Butterworths Scientific Publications London 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 1 3 9 1
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, .. . ,.. , • _.re..,k -,,, : .-. .. . . . ...a::..., .. . . . - . _ . . _ _ . -_.. - ~ `~ TTt 673 ~ Sp Special Libraries Association. ,1letals/dlaterials Divisioh. Gtti,lo to inrtalhucbic;tl ii:formation, edited ky Eleanor lit Gib;oit iand1 Elizabeth Ati'. T:ipia. ?d ed. t\ew Tork), Sperial Liln:a!•ioA .\ssn<inti-li, 10G0'. zviii, P23 p, 23cm. ~SLA b[b;b~gr:~ph,r co. 31 I•.%, \Ietala/'M:ItePifli3 Ixvtsion pro.lect:' ~ "First edition. 1061 La project of the Metals Dtviston, was edited by DIm. L•'iizabeth W. Tnpia." 1. Jletaillurtp-Ribl. 2. Jtetath:rgp-Informltton services. 1. GlAson, I•:leanor li., ed. tt. Tapia, Elizabeth W., ed. ttt. Titlei (Series) 1 '/.667S.SG5 1,963 Library of 016.669 t3.
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80 II Ey-81 S, p, The Psychiatric Interview (A Sociophysiologic Study) •-`,L116k'PdD; ](AaCI4M.A., RICHARD W: BOYD, PH.D., MILTON GREENBLATT, M.D., and HARRY C. SOLOMON, M.D. Boston, Massachusetts DISEASES:7F THE NERVOUS SYSTEM VoL. XVI JANUARY 1955 No. 1 ~-9 03t1An Q2Y244 ~:.~_ ... _~.~..
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. The role of add.tives i .n.last .. ~ic ~s ; MASCIA-:--^ i Lccturcr in plasticstcchnology, Univcrsity of Aston in Birmingham V Edward Arnold 0 3 0 0 n. .0 2 1 2 4 3 110
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'.~+- • _ .. ._ . ......w...Y...u - •`w.rrn,p.rrtwi+a.o.a.y:r.r-~: ` 50253 ea22 i`' 1. . /ELECTRON PiICROSCOPY/ .. . " - ' - % cal.., tV0eV*Lu. rp. 41t-NS rerpmo. r.M. r.int.a in Groac [iriuie C 'f 741 II Ev IGROWTH OF FILAMENTARY CARBON ON METALLIC SURFACE3 DURING THE PYROLYSIS OF METHANE AND ACETONE 1 L EVANS,~'. M. THOMAS, . F,tjward Dwies Chemuat Lal~Oratories. '~ersity Cnllege of lLalts! P. A. THROWER and P. L. WALKER %niversitv ~laterial S~nces. Ceilu~ylvania State Lni~~Ersity,P`ark, ~rtmentof I Pa 16802. U.S.A. (Reterved 15 Ata.7 1973) Abstract-Transmission electron microscopic studies have been carried out on iron, nickel and stainless steel surfaces, which have been subjected to gases known to produce deposition of carbon during gas phase pyrolysis. The formation of filamentary carbona- ceous deposits from pyrolysis of methane is dependent on the purity of the gas. A typical contaminant,. such as acetone vapour, can give rise to filamentary deposits at tempera- tures as low as 50°C. The nature of the deposition mechanism is discussed. 1.° INTRODUGTION studies because of their particular relevance The._.r.atalvtir_jnrmation__.of carbon _on_,,_to_.ths_fo11o%-.in¢T discussion. Karuand Bcer- n 0
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_ .___T_...._. . ..._._.__ ._._. .:,. _ . _ _- "2~ eS02 •H SERI I THE FUNDAMENTALS QF ELECTRONIC_- IENCE Consulting Editor James F. Gibbons, Stanford University SIEGMAN An Introduction to Lasers and Masen TK 7870 Si 1971 AN INTRODUCTION LASERS AND 1MASERS McGRAWNTLL BOOK COMPANY v f: a n n 2 y 2 4 7 A. E. SIEGMAN Professor of Electrical Engineering Stanford University NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO ST. LOUI: DOSSELDORF LONDON MEXICO - PANAMA SYDNEY TORONTO
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C'hesosphere vol 629 - 633 - rgamoa Press Ltd. 19 a in Crsat Dritwin ~ II Me5-81 ~ S.P. __-Xs- - 6535/W/1001-0623$n2.oo/0 ORGANICS IN THE WATER COLUMN AND AIR-FiATER INTERFACE SAMPLES O! MISSISSIPPI RIVER WATER R.s. Overton, CWUscare2la& J.A. McFall and J.L. Laseter Center for Bio-Organic Studies University of New Orleans New Orleans, Louisiana 70122 ABSTRACT Organic compounds in Mississippi river water were collected using a teflon disc to obtain surface fila samples and a submerged bottle'to collect water column samples. These organics were analyzed and characterized by high resolu- tion gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. The presence of n-alkanes, polynu- clear aroratics and chlorinated hydrocarbons was established, with the more hydrophobic compounds found in greater quantities at the air-water interface as compared to the sub-surface water column. ,~,,>,, _.-.._ .,.M.......
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50253 8508 :. ftshkovtsav, M. lo. THE BREAKDOWN OF NICOTINE BY THE ROOTS OF THE TOBACCO PLAN'D DURING THE PROCESS OF STARVA- TION METABOLISM, by M. F. Mashkovtsev and A. A. Sirotenko. Photostat from: Fiziologiya Rastenii 3 (No. 1) 79-86 (1956) - English translation from the Russian. 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 7 2 5 3
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50253 8501 .. ....r'L .~ ..... ~~ ~r,.. ~ y _ ~~..,v .._ .._ . r , ". .~ _ ~ ._ ... ~ 1K ~ ~ 78 *~ ~ 70 Pa ~ ~=, ~~r „ ~ . i - ~ ±atck, YaroI. Uecrs. EnBiisb trauslatioa edltc-d h;r V. K. r,s:pton. (Cr:l. and rev. Engtie?: Zd.j '4 C1tveta;ad, CRC Prerta [190671 j 288 p. illus. 22 cm. +s~~!Tw1!CY'+-M1 +~-'s^;.w~,r~'.~.[fT^•-~+t'rs".. s ~!"^!'^'~-f _. _.... ~,, ~.,. ~.~..,. _,.. .~-~.-- ~ o:Stlotl0 2 7 z4b
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Sirotenko, A. A. CHANGES IN THE RATIO OF STRUCTURAL AND l~ STORAGE PROTEINS IN TOBACCO LEAVES DURING THEIR GROWTH AND IN STARVATION METABOLISM. ; (Izmenseniya v sootnoshanii konstitutsionnykh i zapananykh belkov v tabachnom liste vo ; vremya ego rosta i v protsesse golodnogo obmena.), by A. A. Sirotenko and M. F. Mashkovtsev. Tabak (USSR) 21 (No. 1) 54-57 (1960)
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DER EINFLUB DER STICKSTOFFERNAHRUNG AUF DIE NIKOTINSPEICHERUNG IN DER TABAKPFLANZE (Effect of nitrogen nutrition on nicotine storage in tobacco plants), by M. F. Mashkovtsev and A. N. Korzhina. Agrobiologija 114 (No. 6) 84-92 (1958) - German translation of Russian original in: Sowjet- wissenschaft, Naturwiss. Beitrage, Berlin 1959 (No.5) 495-505 (1959). Photostat r
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50253 8503 x'MASrta,A1b`wtS'i,HO'W~'PNILY WiDAK, W!!AS 7870 t1iB!` OOq. ' t 3 r Brotherton, Manfred. Dfasers iand lasers, how they work, what they do. Ihew York, bicGr+,cw-Hill (1964, xvi, 207 p. lllne., dlagre. 21 cm. 1. Dfasere. 2. Laeere. L Title. TK7872.M45BT - ,. 621.381 Library of Wngress 19-1c 0 n Cl 2 "l 2 4 i3 ~.~.._..._ ~~ .µL
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50253 8510 TRANSLATION COLOURIMETRIC METHOD FOR THE QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF NORNICOTINE IN TOBACCO bq j , *!: F. *tao::povtsev and A. A. Sirotenko. Translation from: Tabak (USSR) 22 (No. 4) 48-52 (1961) i 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 ! 2 S S ---- --
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Mi`hkovte THE ABILITY OF CELLS OF TOBACCO PLANTS (NICOTIANA TABACUM) TO SYNTHESIZE NICOTINE, by M. F. Mashkovtsev and A. A. Sirotenko. Koklady Akad. Nauk USSR 79 (No. 3) 487-89 (1951) Complete English translation from the Russians. Photostat
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50253 8484 :t. . „ :o• . .` .~• -. ~ I ..a. . .:~~^.. ~. . D@1tais, il. H. ' }S'dTdLLURGY OF T68 FIOtt-&BROUS IMTALS 1954 6647 Pages S:r Iesac pittman & Soas, Ltd. Lor.don ...t•~ ~.'. ~`T* . •~ •.. ~y.L. / ' • ,
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50253 8500 Brotherton, blanfre<l. , lta ~krs and i,isers, how they work, what thay do. New, York, McGraw-Hill ,1964j xvt, 207 n tllus., dtagre. 21 C[n. , 1. Masera 2. Lasers. L Title. TK7872.Di45B7 621.381 63-23249 `•. .> . . i Library of Cor,gres-3
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lu3hkAVi3eVp M. r. VCLATILE ACIDS AND BASES PRODUCED DUPING FEPY-EhTATI0P1 OF '!CBACCO, by M. F. Yp.shkovtsev; A. A. Sirotenko and V. M. Vasilenko. Translatica from: Tabac jqjj (No. 1) 46-49 Translator: 14,urray Senkus Edited by: G. C. M. Harris n
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r... ......~._._ .,_~ ...__..`-. ~~ - .. ~ 50253 8506 r 73 III Ku CATALYSTS/ - .-- - . --. . . ..- ,:;-- • - - M N. T. Kulishkin Particle size and activity of .- A. V. P•iashkIna E 13uyanova N ~alladium on aluminum oxide . . INT. C11EM. ENG 12 {*Jo4) 707-71 (97 ) A. P. Karftaukhov It is demonstrated 1ttaTt`te surace ac rr,•t y o,~a catalyst in the hydro- 1. D. Ratner L. M. Plyasova geualion of an :uisaluraled sulfone does not depend c-a die particle size of the palladium. ._ _~... __~_..,a.....~.....-.-.-...,...Y 0 3(3 0 h 0 2 7.2 S I i.~~..,.. .......,An....~_.r.~-... ......- .
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RJR CLASS NO. PA.MPHLET 76 XI Re-78 s.p; Excelsinr (Mexico) MORE TH,1t1 19 MILLI&I CIGARETTES ARE CONSUMED DAILY IN MEXICO CITY. •*(Mas de 19 Millones de Cigarros se Consumen en la C. de Mexico.)* Excelsior 1978, n.p. (May 7, 1978) - in Spanish Anti-tobacco discussion mainly alleges effects of smoke on health, with special reference to the special atmospheric conditions in and near Mexico Cit~ 0 3 n 0•0 4. 2 7 2 3 8 . . .~.: .,. ~.. .,~:...~. . _~.~T ..