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50254.7502 PHYSIOLOGY/HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY/ r f - Chairman and Professor of the Department of PAyaiolopy and Biophysies. University of Mississippi, School of Medicine : I W. B. SAUNDERS COMPANY Philadelphia London . t-% .''t11- 6A~Vj TEXTBOOK OF MEDICAL PHYSIOLOGY Toronto N J I , !
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. t . v. . I IX Rt=2-78 S.P. • 50254 7504 •' Cl/nlrol Science nnd Molrcular AfrdicJnr (1976) 51, 495-501. Carbon monoxide in alveolar air as an index of exposure to cigarette smoke* R. G. RAWBONE, CATHERINE A. COPP(N Atvd!rn' -;y Drporlment of Afcdiclne, Charing Cro.u lloapllol Medical School, London (~Receicvd 29 March 1976) . Summary 0 . 1. A rapid method for the analysis of CO in cxpircd air has Ix:cn ctcvclorcd, which is suitablc for usc in studics of smoking.- .-• . -• - • . . 2. The liohr equation has been used to calculate thc nican alveolar CO partial pressure (PA,co). 3. The vafucs of Pn,co obtaincd arc highly corrclatcd with direct mcasurcnicnts of vcnous 3rarll~xyOmcQob(j(r 80 94). S 1 7 4.Thc nuthod will distinguish bctwccn populations or smnkerc and nnn-cmnkrrc nnd an aIlnw thP fingcr•prick blood (Commins & Lawthcr, 1965), but thcsc arc more ditlicult to pcrform. These technical problems and the nccd for blood samples prohibit the measurement of IIbCO"/, in any lart;c-scalc cpidcmiotogical study, and this led to the question whether a simple analysis of CO in cxpircd air would pcrmit thc deduction of vcnous I IbCO"/,. Thc partial pressure of CO in alveolar air (PA,co) was first shown to correlate with 1ibCO"/, by Jones, Ellicott, Cadigan & Gacnslcr (1958). If a rapid and simplc measurement of PA,co could be niadc, this might l ,
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50254 7508 TOBACCO--SMOKING--CARBON MONOXIDE CONTENT OF BLOOD/CAF.BON MONOXIDE--DETEFMINATION/ -76 Clin. Sc. *iol. 50(2)(1976) p. 11 IX Re 2 S.P. /30. A SIMPLE METHOD FOR THE ESTIMATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE IN ALVEOLAR AIR AND ITS APPLICATION IN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES IN SMOKING R. G. RAWBONE, CATHERIt.'E A. CC'1'P1N an "t~ Deparlment ojllledicLte, Charing Cross Hospital Medical School, j.ondon Measurements of COHb as an Indicator of exposure to cigarette sinoke are not considered saticfactory for epi- dcmiological studics, and a rapid method for analysis of CO in cxpircd air has therefore been developed. An infra- red analyscr with a 90% response time of I mirn and a discrimination of 1 ppm (Hartmann and Braun), has been used. The Bohr equation has been used to cal:ulatc mean alveolar CO (PA,co). rhe results compare closely with a simultaneous direct measurement of vcnous HbCO;; (r = 0•96). The method distinguishes betwecn smokers and non-smokers (P<0•001). Two subjects were studi:d throughout a 12 h period, measurements of PA,co b:ing taken before and after each cigaretto. Average vlucs for PA,co at the start of the day wera in the range 0•004- 0•008 mmlig, and rose over the course of the day, with 'smoking, to averages of 0•0'_2-0•026 mmHg. The method takes less than S min, and is ideally suited for large epi- demiological surveys. • 03 Q 0 tl Q 0 1 !J 2! - .t... .,-"
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TOBACCO--GER'AM/ . 76 YT Gv TOBACCO--SMOI:ING--PASSIVE/ s ,i Soa .Sa 7510 ~ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 aI Gv RESULT OF -READERS I'~QUIRY REGARDING h'HETHER OR NOT S`tOKING SHOULD BE ~_ PER?•iITTED IN DINNING R00:tS AND OTIiER EATING FACIY,ZTIES, OF HOSPITALS, CONVALESCENT HOMES AND SIMILAR INSTITUTIONS IN GER?-IANY, GV - Praxis 1976, 1 p. (Apr, 1976) (in German) The inquiry also dealth with sale of tobacco products and smoke . restrictions within these institutions in general. • - .J I
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~ 5025t1. 7503 ~_-----_. . IX Re2-$1 Jour, of *Environmental Health 41(3) 1978 pp 145--149 S.P. 0 ThL'l~ Itt1~lIIClifl011s of : I LarryG.Hurshmari 8arry S. ~' Brown, --- S1clesh'ef1111 Ct nrette S»>oke ., ~~ for_Cnrcliovasculnr Hcaltlil t ~_ 0 ~ Th e rclotion rhip l,cluvcn xideareom ciga rMte amnke and the physinlnpi- cnl lx,romclcrn of u•ork i•alw,rirv, hcarl ralc, bl,xKl prcxxure, and hl(Mxl c•nrhon mnnuxidc lccrlr tccredch•rniincd jr,r:l2 u•omcn rnregnri2cd inlr, j,ur xmol,•inggroupc: nnnxninkcr,;, lipht, rn,Klcrcrtc nnd hcnt;v arnukcrx. ,Six'lc,:tx per rcuhjcct u•erc roncluclcd, utili:ing three smoke cxlx,,:urex I:.~0l,pm COt and three nnnexlx,xure xes•rinnx during I5 minule,c nf treadmill exercise. D„rinp,cmoke exlweurr, heart rule incrcorcd ar rest, xix ond nine minutes of t:rcrcixr.. Nun-atn~,kcrx_ c.y/xvic.fircd xil,n~ iTcrtnth• ~~rea~tcr bhxxJ pre~csure r,~- xlx,n,.r Ihnn xnor,Rcrx during xtnukc cxlx,.urc. l.ight xraukcrr and nrnixnuik- rr,: huJ a larger n.rygcn c•unxumpti„n during rccntrry end the nnnxrnnkcra gaincd an atrrug ,- uj1,5 !x-r,vnl Cnllh,luring e.rpr,.ure xcxsinnx rnmhnrcd a-ilh a nmKrn h,•r: of l !x•rcrnl CUllh f,r all xni„kerx. Work cnlx,cil,t• u•ax ~croccchr~e pirerpfl olxidsrrr=m eiilnrtttt exposure.
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( 1. 73 VII Bu TOFACCO--BItEEDTNG/~ ; 50254 7516 ~ RJR CLASS- NO. PA~:PIiLET 73 VII Bul Burk, L. `G. ;. __ Chaplin, J. F. (U. S. Pep. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv., Plant Sci. Res. Div.,,Oxford, N. C., U. S.) DIPLOIDIZED HAPLOIDS FROM ASEPTICALLY CULTURED ANTHERS OF NICOTIANA TABACUK. A COLCHICI::E :•:ETIIOD APPLICABLE TO PLANT BREEDING. Jour. liered. 63 (No. 6) 355-360 (Nov.-Dec. 1972) (in English) \
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f ~ 50254 7515 i Mfln$" r~ I, TAR AkVEWPMEN7 OF plSEASR>RESXSTANT]` TLUC. CVRI,D ToBACCA VME4YCS NC 73 ANn ftG ?Is. IKI 1-:t'q -rt.'."x:.qD ry 2s .G N.L...S iW..+C 2; ltovY.:: CLiS i?l~xa .rJk.?,to ti:'~i~ r'n !1s~.t.1~. • n . . " ~ , „r a ti~ f . 0 ~~ 0 0 n 0 0 1 5 2$•'- :~+n..~•~+.e.>~.+.-. ~ _ r
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l 50254 7517 ~'°""` W:iY - AVJ..~ fTv,'i= Ct.h2tACYKR IN TOP.ACCO, by Cxj: u, 0. F'.. ¢rd 7. J. Metta. (Ncrth CarQliua $tate ef the VrAv. cf t2arth Garc+linm r.t k42e lSh, iobacco RapriAt SErios ; 34lry"Ca $cis 91 2/-20 lut W;J!ccn (t1. S.) 260 ("o. 4) 30-33 (Jaa. 221, Ivri s) - F'.c;n= itnt. 0 • • L--R+.-3.~w--~.•,,•, r • ~-`= r -~}r-,-.-.,< . -,~-s....---'.-i+ar~r....n'.-t,r ;~.~..~.,rF. ~ ?0 3 Q a ~ 0 0' t s 3 0 , -~-.-
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SMOKING HABITS--GREAT BRITAIN/SMOKING AND HEALTH/ i 5025a 7506 TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/TOBACCO--SMOKING--SURVEY/ . . -,, . . • 78 xR$ RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 78 X Ra1 Raw3bone, R. G.; Keeling, C. A.; Jenkins, A.; (Charing Cross Hosp. Med. Sch., Dep. Med. Computer Unit.) CIGARETTE S"IOKING AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOLCHILDREN IN 1975 (NEAR LONDO:V, ENGLAND) Jour.rEpi_demiol. Commun. Health 32, 53-58 (1978)_(in English)_ __ _. .~A qucstionnairc relating to smoking habits, respiratory symptoms, and hcalth attitudes was administered to 10.495 secondary schoalchildren in 1975. The results reported in this ~ paper indicatc that children who smoke rcgularly have a hii;hcr prc~•alence of upper respiratory 1 Iract infcctious and a hiiher incidence of the respiratory symptoms, cough, rhlegm production 1with a cold, and shortncss of brcath, compared with non-snnol:crs. Children erc awarc of the risi:s of lung cancer whcn smol:ing, bu: lcsc aware of the other morc immcdiate health riskc, and 'this is parli;ularly so in thc I•ounbcr ar;c rroups. 1t is sur•;cacd that health education should be directcd towards younger children and that more use sliould be made of the fact that srnol:ing .clcarly mnkes them less hcalthy. -- s
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50254 7511 "~=-----'..-- - -P 1 -2'c.. • 9G a ~i~J !1 _ !( ~ I l~~~ 76 III Re3 77 APPAT2ATUS FOR CONTINUOUS DRYING OF TRIN MATERIALS IN INERT FLUIDIZED BEDS. By wAwwv1b*dft-E4- [Discusses the operation of an apparatus designed and manufactured by British Tufting Machinery Ltd, for drying materials in the chemical industry, fibers, paper and textiles.) WTaIIOLi{Ii 'An,'I IieIIPC;Pb:BH01-1 CyiUI{Ii TOHI{NX nzaTepliaROB , B NHCpTIION: IICCBROO.ItI~i}IfeHHOM CJIO@ - V. D. (> VozDE1~ . B xnaw4ecKoi! tt ap)•rHx orpacnAx npoMbiluaeHtto- ~ CiN npH c~•wKe TOHKHx rtareptitanoB (TKaltert, npoaH- ~ T2BHbix ca101a\iH. i~H6pw, ue.imlwow, 6y.xtarH, xaon• V.LT06yMaNali.lx TKaHeli 11 T. ;t•) B Ka4eCTBe TCnaonoctt- TeIeit o664HO ncnonh3ywT Bo3,1yx, nap, Boaty, napa- !tHH, BOCK, a1i:CAa w1It pacn.iaaaenHbte 1.1eT:f9lbt. It3- r a:CTHO. 4TO 6o:IbwltncTBO 9THx TenJlonOCnTCacil nmseeT ~ kKoro He:iocraTKOB. C)•Iite:TBPo:ltNe CYw11.lbHble YCTa- o:KHacalot.;ero areHTa, ero Te>lncpaTypt-t, pas>icpa t:3- err,u, KOnCTpyK11HN alVlapaTa H T. a. [2j-(4J. Ilpouecc- TCnJlonepe'.ta41t OT nceB;tooil:n)KeHHOrO C.1oR K Wasepa• 8:1y AB:ISICTCA i•1HOr041a311W\t H• B t1aCTOAUlee BpC.%tA. H3)•4eH •HeAOCTaT04HO. B CBA3H C 9THM B MB8H0BCKOai xHmtlfl:o-TexnOaOr114CCKON HHCTItTyTC npoBO.11l1HCb HC- cae;tonaHnn yToro npouccca Ha r.a6oparopHO/ ycra- HOBKe. cxel,ta KOTODnA nnP-irraaaoua us ALvs~ I t'...w•. 0 3 n an oa t s24 , , 1 , i i-
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XX MeF- -556-76 COMPARED TO SINGLE WALL PLASTIC-PACKAGES GAS AND VAPOR PERMEAt3I L I TY OF THE DOUBLE WALL by ~ School of Packaging Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan 48824 March 1971 0 3 6*0 n 0 0-1 S 3:8 . . i 50254: 7525 :. r r __. .~ 11 ,.~..~ .
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~ 502S4.7./01 ! XX NcBg-.?3 ,10[ili:~AL GF' APPLIED hJL~"a:Ca SC:F'~Ch: 1'oL. ~'I, I.•E NO. i~J, PAGF:•S SurIa L' oraci;~tion ~licrmique cIu Cilloi•ure tIc Poly~=i~lj•Ie: ° - IL Etudt:s Cinctiqucs sous Atmosphere Inerte ' M RML DEGRADATION nF TOLY VIIZYL CHLQRIDE .- II. KIhTTIC STUDIES IN'.AN.IKEP.T • ' . ' . =A'FNOSPIIERE . _ PtJEA\-PAL1L BEXEvJSE et YYF., Tim]iBODZE • Inelilut de Rechcrct,cs strr la Calalyre, Lyon, Frattet Synopsis Lt prlsent tra.-ail a potu but de prEciser, dans la •suno du possiblc, rt par etttde cinetiqt:e, les iscs et lcs mFcani..•cs de ]a d4'radation thcr- quc du chlorure dc F-s:}-v'snyle (Ct'V). Le com- satE des phEuomL._-z irr"pliau6s a conduit ics :eursl operer dar.s K-_ conditions expErimentales p,'Zts a:mplcs: sot:: atmospr;re inurte d'azotc :M et avec un p3uit conamercial dEbsrasA a-Asimutn de: imp=:ttis c;u'iI pouvait contenir. For a coramerrsl po!)-viay1 chloride (P1'C), polymerized in susNnsun, decornposit ion kinetics were studied in a n itro- gen at"noaphtre and isothermal conditions, from 150,to 350 = C., by mcaauring simuttancrusly lo,=a of h}•drochloric acid and loss of weight. Below 20J°C., M•drochloric acid is the only volatile product freed; res^tiori is zero order and activation cncrfy is 30 kcal./mo!c IICI. Active cer.tcrs are m:unly end chsins of t:n-;aturateJ strt:ctures. The reaction is terminated bymutu:ildestn"ctionofrsdicsls,creatin;crosilinks. Above 2U0°C., when the digree or dehydrochtorination ia high cnough, a migor diRcr:ncc is oh:erved bctw•ecn losa of weight and bydrxhSoric acid ioss. The reaction is autosccelerated tnd can be c".acAFed as a dcgirmcrated branching chain re- nction. It is u"(coe~stcd that activation of irregular ftruc- 10;-1 i0 C 1Gb., ' 'SS!~i.* -t'.'.!ta-;I'J'•.'T= r"?-~.o'~ f~"+^~i7~-j e ~ t+~Ff''+ ~T+* 'r!3rRSA ~I jtc=YS~!.? ssw. vel~et'+w'2PT_t!OR* K; 't°~ ~ "" ' _ ~ ~. . i. . r ..~, . . . . .:. - Y= ... 4~1`. '~.rt . . t~:` . ' . . - . . °- .. . • _ _ ~ • __ . . .. • . . . •- - . . ~ - . . . _ . . ..-. - a . . . . _ . ~ - , . _ . f - r . . .. , -. / F•
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r ~ 50254 7522 To-.7-2 _ TOBACCO--FLUE-CURED--HARVESTI:3G/ ^w ~ ..r~.. ....a.h..~b ~^I•.~++.... . _.Y . TUBAFCO--FLUE-CURED--CtIEMICAL COMPOSITION/ " ' F..iR CLASS ANJ. rA`1r•riLbT VI To 1972 . I (U. S. Dep. Agr., Oxford Tobacco Res. Sta., Oxford, N. C., U. S.) VAF,IETAL °WS°O::SE TO D.FFF.P.G::T SYSTE:SS OF PnODQCTION AND HARVESTING IV F[.UE-CUItwD :03..CCD. i CO?i.STA/TCc^.C Joint Ccnf., Symp., Paper, ti:illiamsburg, Va., 16 p. (Oct. 2Z- ` 28, 1972) (in Lagli<<0 ~ . ~ 493, M• (a1,(1? S0670 *lL* S 3 s Tobacco at;ricult~ire:_ __~ I ~
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' 50254 7514 1 /~9_a,~ pc f Cr f. P.JP, CLASS NO. P&MQ'IILF.T %'I To 79 s.p. ~ r Sevc>j;ln, F. F.; 1!cTiuffic, 1:. I..; Arrendalc, It. F.; Chortyk, 0. T.; _~ Chaplin, J. F.; ?a1c:o, J. D. VI To-79 tu,°'S ;)ep. A;;r., SEA-AR, Tob.lcco llealth Lab., Athens, f:a.; Oxford, ;;, C. ~ S•p• Ga. Coastal Plai;.s Exp. Sta., Tifton, (:a., U. S.) 711E C0:•5'Ai ISn.`J OF CUTICULAR CI:T?IISTRY OF I:Orr1Ah AD1D I:1SI:CT RRSISTA?:T TO-11l.CCOS. = , ~ Tobacco Chen. Res. Conf., 33rd, tape, Lexington, ~ (in Engl_ish) ~ _.-_.....a-aa. _ _ . .d....~._ -..__..._..-_ ~:r.-.. .. jI Scientists (Oxford, NC) havc found a tobacco introductlon (TI 1112) that consls- tancc to the tobacco budvora. Unlike normal tobaccos, trl- l h s e high res 'teatly shovs e'vhieh have leaf hairs vith a sticky exudate produced by the gland on t thc leaves of TI 1112 are hairy but gland- ehoses or hairs on the leaf surface, less. Since the insect resistance of TI 1112 may be due to ita glandless eharactet, the leaf surtace chemicaieavesofromoTl 11121acr sses of TIg1112 eand tobaccos vas studied. Young green normal glanded tobaccos vfre washed with methylene chlorlde to remove the The leaf vanhes were subjected eor a normal,lipid analys s . °: surface waxes. procedure. I Ky. (Oct. 29-31, `. . 0 30 1~•n.,QO •. t ./. 5 2 7 . - , , J 1979) - ,
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I ~ 5a254_ 7524 tl..'RtlTIQIN lH t 245? ~5l1 pa;aa D. qF+GI t70AC`..a ?.'.'Ss7ru3Li%At W..T• !
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5025q 7507 IX Re2-79 S.P. Clin. Sci. Mol. Med. 54(2) 10 p(1978) . t C!L•?11r LOWER ENn OF Tlrr /IUhrAN CARnOXY:; 11Af.M(XiLUUIN fl;pllb) DISS:)CL%71()N CURVir • TAsu I K. B. A1u+r r an+100M . lkpnrrnrrnr oj Alydirint, Crinri,,,; Crosl llospirni A/edital School. London Prevrrws u-nrk (I)nuft~s er oL, ~o~rr.al njphrsinlotr, 1912,1•/, 2s7-~al: Jncl% A rurh /• /. A• •.,.... ;(o . 1 ' 77) has dchnctt,c shrpc n.• the huoralr C()Ilh t6ss.icrauon curs•e above a saluralinn or 2A'i.. 11c1oN• Ihis rninl, the shape of Ihe curst has mN beeo defined. This Irwer e.d of Ihe curte is of pntenlial clinical inqrortance sinte sav-kcrs may h.ive calues as high as 16"o saluraluro. Rourhton(1971)~:rmt-lt A'rir rnrk Arndnar ejSrirnrrt• 174, 7 Ik ~1. has mcawrcd two IwTnli m the~=1:. iaiige. We have tried In drfine .i,e cur%e hctow 2(^6 C()fib saluratinn by eQuilibrating Wnod ra an 1.t,. 217 IonomeNer at )7•C. in the tiark, and at a Pnr, or 5.32 kt`a. lhe p1I was tneasureJ, and the rewhs ublain,d were eorrc;tcU to a pil 7.4 . Ooels & Pugh 19tR). I•3 nrt c+f r;nnus hha-d frnm a aingk 1 subject .as used for all mc equdihratrnns and lhese took t anywhere het.een.3 and 8 h. The COflh":..as measured using r _ g•1 er:r•s:nTno the speceroplKqnmetrie techninue of Ticti I'rrreck (1973. .jenulc n/ Clinirel rrwd /r.b...n~.r.r . ,;,.,, , r, •• _ _t. 1he rau tT tomc3~art -"T w ui 7 aaic1. ~ Poi6; 0•OOt Ps Por. 19•9SkPs o COl l P b ± I so PCo CO11b 1150 c (Pa) K) (Pa) C-11") 2-93 1.2 4 ! 0•1 3•14 1•90 3 0-1 S.lt3 S 4 2 •. 0! S•79 S•26 t 0• t 7 12 ' 12•4 0 ~ 0•2 680 7•76 ! 0.2 16•49 63•0 10.4 16-49 31•0 ± 0•S The ewve is ripmoid aver the 0• I Y't• ranfe. IfeMrw 6~ saturalinn nrygen in the crnrCcn•ratinn used has roimmal clfecl nn the curve. wlule alrrre k'i% saturalinn. the curse is shdtcJ to the righl. This Litler observatnm had prtrinusly becn nade by Douglas er oL (1914 .1 i
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~ ~ so.2sa..7510 ~.~ PAM YL'C.TZ-'d TOBACCOS AND THEiR UMZDS 4J1.Ti! FL'JN-CMMED TOMSYCO, by G. P.. Gwr=, J. P. eh4pn in end L. G. L•ark (t7. C. itu.'.vereitp at 3'.alcieh. TabM-co Seriee No. 327) P•.epr:.nted frc3az Tobacco Sai.vars 14 121--7~.3 (1970) o~\lO~oQ 1 S•7 I/ - ~....E..-..s
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ACUPUNCTURE/MOXIBUSTION/ CELLti'1'IAL LATNCErI'S A 1 I 1S'1'O 1Z1" A \ ll ltO\A LE Or ACUPUNCTURE AND Mo1a uv I 1 ••111:~ 1-IYI• 1••M.1 \•11\MI\\ 11/•/••N1 . 1 f• 1/\./ /INM\N\ . \\IFM11•~1 .•INI )li:l{1'll • ,.14F11••.1 ' • , . t i\IUKIUC.E ' - LOVU(1N VE\\' YUMK \EW RbtIlEl.l.l- . AIFLWOI•RXF. FYDVrY l':1>IisK1Ut:1i'l'111'IiK1!'1'1' l'KI:1S 1 . 7 11 ~ sz:s 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 , l i~! {i. 50254. 7512 This is a study of two of the most ancient therapeutic techniques of Chinese medicine: acupuncture and moxibustion. Acupuncture is the implantation of very thin needles into subcutaneous connective tissue and muscle at a great number of different points on the body's surface: moxibustion is the burning of Artemisia t.inder (moza) either directly on the skin or just above it. For 2Soo years the Chinese have used both techniques to relieve pain and to heal. a wide variety of illnesses and malfunctions. Dr Lu and Dr Needham, in this preview of an important section of Science and Cicilisation in China, give a full historical account of acupuncture and moxibustion in the theoretical structure of Chinese medicine, and combine this with a rationale of the two techniques in the light of modern scientific knowledge. The book is in no sense a clinical manual: rather is it a contribution, judicious and enlightened, to that oecumcnical medicine which will eventually combine al! the true powers discovered in China and Lurol'+c. r k , 1
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1 IX Re2-77 Carbon monoxide in alveolar air as an Liclex... S.p. of exposure to Clgarell:e smoke 50254 7505 R. G. RAWBONI?, CATIIG1tINE A. COPPIN Atro 4"-U-~ Dtpartnicttr of Afrdicine, CluuGrg Cross !lospita! Rledical SchooJ, Lonrlun t (Received 29 lttarcll 1976) .J . P I 1 summnry 1. A r:,pid mcthod for thc analysis of CO in expired air has becn decclop.--cf, which is suitable for use in studies of smoking. 2. The llohr equation has been used to calculate the mean alveolar CO pattial pressure (PA,co). 3. The values of PA,co obtained arc p highly correlated with direct n:casuremcnts of 'venous carboxyhacmoglobin (r = 0.9G). •._ ,. 4.Thc method %%ill distinguish between populations of sniokers and non-smok-crs, and can allow the ehangcs of CO in a smoker throughout a 12 h period ~ bc~fpllo~de u proxidcs~,~t n;c,~surc of the dose of ciEarct)c s ok~1 ~va~~ur ~iasel th4i re+ts Sont smoking a sinsle cigarctte. finr,cr-prick blood (Commins & Lawthcr, 1965), but these arc more di(licult to pcrform. Thesc: technical problems and the need for blood sam; Ics prohibit the mcasurcmcnt of 11bCO% in any larbe-scalc cpidcmiotoSiral study, and this led to the qucstion whcthcr a simple analysis of CO in expired air would pcrmit the deduction of venous I1bCO%. The partial pressure of CO in ah•colair air (/'A,co) sv:u f;rst shown to corrclalc with HbCO% by Jones, l:llicou, Cadigan & Cacnslcr (1955). If a rapid and simple incasurcmcnt of PA,co could be made, this might prove an acceptable substitutc for the well-cstab- lishcd nxasurcmcnt of venous HbCO; as an index of exposure to CO.
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50254 7523 . QK _ w~; ll;~ (F~~a se r) 603 is~o- : i; c s Thts strticture R derelt>1mlent of i.l:e I%vngi, by H. C. l. GwS tine-Vnu;;han ... and B. Barnes ... :?d ed. Cambr:dbe tEnb.l The i;nirersity press, 1937. xvi, 4•30 p. Dtcl. front., illus. -22 cm. "Scmnd edition, revised and enlr.t•ged 1:M:" "Ltst of Itterature" : p. t 353,-J33. 1. Fungi: t. Barnes, I3ertte Frank, 13SS- Joint authnr. QI:GO3.Gk 193i Ltbrary of Coii;ress ~- 0 3 o Q n o 0 1 5 3 b . ;~~
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50254 7529 II DU2 77 S.P. ;. Comparison between Total Ozone as'Measured by Nimbus 3'and That 3puted from.a Numerical Model r Force Canbridge Research Labs L G Hanscom Pield Mass -(011800) THOR: Berkofsky, 204A4 FLD: 4A, 55E OSGRDR7221 72 7p PT NO: AFCRL-72-0488 OJECT: AF-8604 . ; SK: 860410 1ITOR: 18 ailability: Pub. in Space Research XII, p645-650 1972. J;ST)RACT: Instruments aboard Nimbus 3 measured total ozone contents 'er the globe for two• eight-day periods during April and July 1969. ie zonally averaged eight-day mean profiles show latitudinal _stributions similar to those obtained from earlier measurPmpnts. ang a zonally averaged model of the atmosphere including xotochemical effects, numerical 'integrations have been carried out )r periods of one year, starting with the autumnal equinox. The mode1 3produces the Nimbus 3 observaticns reasonably well, provided eddy iffusion is Cjns nA edpas~a~tra~nsport process. (Author) " =*~- „ ! /
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IV , EARTOShUK t" 1 50254 7526 RapeoQue*E by NATIONAL 7ECNNICAL INFORMATION SERVICE sprhy+..w. Va. :11so ALTERATION OF TASTE QUALITIES THROUGH NATURAL PRODUCTS LINDA M. Bt.RTOSHUK U.S: ARMY tJATICK LABORATORIES . NATICK, MASSACHUSETTS 0 '1 ~ee&n~ o mfiittrySfo~ e costs some 2 billion dollars a year;~the economic~nzportance of~~e~arch devoted to maintaining the sensory qualities, the highest nutritional standards, and wholesome- i ..
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50254 . 7536 ~ - ~ 3 , + QP 801 ~ - . G Vitnmin n;ethods. New York, Academic Press, 2 v. 111us. 24 cro. ~ Includes biblio^ranht?s. ~ 1. Vltaintris. G. . . QP301.~- 612.015072 50-5407 re. I Lltornry of Coa ~rc~ss C ~ ~ ~ ~r511.10- . 03(l0(1pA i 54 9 ~ ~
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~, '/ Tal Gro"I bp' '' _ ~~50254 7531 ~ (1970) = ro 7 .~ ~ .:~ NIAt~ttpACTURE 0V G10MiSO MRMEAMp FcSK PASTE). it- ?Ae Ckew,ical Cbanges of Che Pxah Meat Prote::n Duri.ep 0e A{pening oI Gyomfeal b7 E. ?anikaaa, M.'E1Kiba eod S. Akiha i FE ("'L S~ s0 ~ ~0 3 ~oC~Q0' 1 S44
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$0254 7509 <-- -- - - AMLICATION OF COMFUTERS IN PROCESSING OF NiYSICCICHEMICGAL AND ANALYTICAL DATA ROT11MlW W w. KONFJJ4jIfCIL 3 .~..-~ +..-.w-..rit'L- . i Cu STO M E R'S c~Q A' COM,r LIES WiTN COPYFlIbZT "VeCNE~. I C A L A B S T R A C T SEFiV.CL. \ INTEGRATED _NMR-1R-jLLIC•C41iPNS~A fYtTfiM FOR AUTOMATED IDENTIFICATION OF CHEMICAL STRUCTURES yle 7.0 s. D,"J- gu.n < o 1. tutusi:wia T.ctolwi UeivErwtr-ef- Rzarba. lOtyqdd- ~~ ~ Llueidation of chemical structure is an lmportant tep in reseacca 78 III Co -81 S.P. 3 on synthesis and properties of new substances apart from its cogniti- ve significance veryroften it is the controllinq'factor the overal: direction of the experiment. DesiZes traditior.al aethcds of seekir.g after derivatives of an uakno•+n substance or executing the decc:nposi- tion of~a solecule to the determinable or predicted fragments. struc- ture elucidation is usually perforRed by instrumental alethods. !tcs: frequently, suss spectrometry /MS/, infrared spectroscopy /IR/. anc- 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 15 2 2 , t ,
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50254. 7537 -- -• -- VITA?iLNS--DETERMINATION/ BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY--COLLECTED k'ORKS/ QP BIOLOGICAL ASSAY/ T„rzE T T.,rT.~a, ,,~I~~„TS ~~D--VIBI~O~ 801 S ~ ~/ ~ ~~/~ CHEMISTRY/ e VITAMINS--BIOGENESIS/ 1967 1971 _'VOLM I- Chemistry, Physiology, Pathology, Diethocls Editors! SECOND EDITION ;7.H. SERRr%L, JR. A*'D ROBERT S. HARRIS rYOLL'"tE III- 1972---VOLIINE V - " - ~~ 1967-r'r'yOLC"~(E VI- PAWt3YORGW-AND W.N. PEARSON 1967--'VQLU"iE VII- n r n .i:. -' _s 0 Published by ACADEMIC PRESS-NEW YORK AND LONDON
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., I f • 50254 7528 ' ot n..o.n . 0 . .. ~, . _ ... .. ._.. _._.~ Air Force Cainbridge Research Laboratories (LYD) L'nv'as: if:e•d I.. C. Ilanscorn Ficld 13cdford, !•'.assachusctlg U1730 1 Rl-O-1 llill A NUA1F.ItICAL.MCDEL FOR INVESTIGATION OF OZONE TRANSPORT IN THF. AT,\IO5YH1:kE t O[Stw.-Nw[rottt lr)se.Jrp-Iwl.K4uw4aul Scicnti[ic. Int~rim. ~ •YtMOMISIII/l1.TV,r.Nit.rod,/..•.ov/ Louis 13crkofskv 5~I 111-09'Aft-- a•(.O-1 n•tr 24 June 1971 1t. 10146 60 or .tcti 43 1 .o. Of, 811M 24 at. t0«11.aCt O- i.Ar1 O. tt. 0INS6Mt1Ow•11 -V011r MY..{qfll a .aor.cr.TAia•.Oam YwITMot. 8604-10-01 AFCRL-71-0367 0 2F S. 000919-9MT 611 ,a o,..a•} [.o~.. SI/AqwtAa rwlr...4aws~M ~ IA~1~.1f` VY~ I(~O/ ~ ooosV.ucwt.T 681300 ERP, No. 358 O. O~NO..u/wr 1ttTCr[st 1-This ducumcnt' has b:en approved for public'release and sa1e; its distribution is Lnlimited. 14 W-iit0l.a. rOlq li Y0wLLw,%6 2.16.111Aar • .vI • Air Force CambridRe Fcsearch Laboratories (LYD) TECN, OTHER L. G. lianscom Field Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 V.Y.I7 $ ..q.l ; ---~.--•--~ -
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50254,7545 ~ TS i 2240 )C ~_:....c. :.A.:TIKUa P0 TERF.!dOLOGZYA HA T:Y"i' M1A I J. I L 1-'JS;G VL tE 3..7. T!E:.1YA. (,,-;%fiacso'rk for induetr:.ai high celic-a1 .a tize 9'eLhnfcex, anaiS4#,csl, cind quali.3 c.o:>-- trol mtiicdc of t:,ba::co F+.id tob-!-cco pr-c I ! ,^ .. aarJ nu_:i1i3r, r:.» oatcris3s) , by !'vuzelev, '.. ; S. Ceor,v,i.ev and T. Drachev. P1c!v:d, Tulgaria 199 p. 1964 Lal.darian with (S,7Tc prepared) ccmplcte rng1i.,tl tfl~2e of cc,Tte;tts. ' ~ 3.6 Q 0 0 0 ~ ,
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::5Q254, 7547 ~' 171 IIX Gy --- MeMr~."'.'-" . SI1JDY ON Zh7LUZi1CE OF CERTAIN C"t?FPiICAL SUBS1'AhCES ON SMO!~IhG A.I•:Iy PHYSICAL PRQPEp.TIE:S OF TCBACCO, by L. Gyux! lcv, S. Georxiev, and M. Buhr.r.ova. ?touch. Tr. Vissh. Inst. lOtranit. V'.cusova P:•om. Plovdiv 13 (i:o. 1) 117-29 (1966) - in BulSarUn with English abstract -~......-,,a--.. ....... ~-.,.,.-, ;,~.,. ~ 0~ 0 0 0 0 4 1 S 6 0'.* I
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~ 50254 7541 .-v -..~.~ __........r.. «....~»f~.._..._ ...-r •.""_I' ~Y: 0:`•-.-.:~ Ulimantt, Fritz, 1675- ed. Encykloriidig dEr technischen Cheinie. 3., v6lligneu g-c- stnltete AuflA in Gerneinschaft rnit S. Balke iet al.l h:s:~. :oa Wilhelm Fotirst. Diunchen, Urban & Schwar:.enberfi, 1961- v. illuQ., dfagrs. 28 em. CoNreyta.--1. Pd. Chemischer Apparatebau und V•: fbhraistt~_riak. 1. Chc•rnlsh•y, Techntcat---Dtetlonarl,-s--Gennan. 1. F.nrat, tVIt- helm. 18:)3- ed. ir. Tftl,,•. TP9.UG14 ) 52--25:1T6 L1bntry of Congr"s ` i54g'-, +J Q \t 0 ( ' S 5 4 ,
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(. 5Q254. 7548 ~ ir.:n~l~tion "~ . CTIYZ QUAL. SSTANV~I? :3 r'G. G.r' iu FiI:i^?~'LJ (S;:i.z.'~:.!'. ~~ i cs 02 1-1:.+1',GaRMi3 ?(7?3l.GC4. Tmns2.al,5on fk p-m: Tiu].garo:ci T•tyjm ~ (i'o. 1) 33-49 V~:~sl) A 0 n o 0' t s 6
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50254 7534 ~ pap~r ~~~e ~~~c n A STRIP CASTER WITH UNIVERSAL CHARACTERISTICS , by A. M. Odok, _: G. Hertwich h, TMS-AIME 1.lentbers $1.50 Non-Members $3.00 The Metallurgical Society and American Institute of Minln`. MetatlurEical, and Petroleum Enaineue are not responsible for statements or opinions in this publication. Papers delivered before meelin¢s of The Metallurgical Society of AItAE become the property of the Society. and are not to be Oublished without written Society permission. Paraphrasing is permitted in eddo.iat rt vie.v, provided credit is e.tended to The Metallurgical Society ol AIME. In such review, verbatim abstracts up to one-tenth total content are permitted without permission. , ~ . THE METALLURGICAL SOCIETY OF AIME 345 EAST 47th STREET, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10017 APQPj RNO. 53 ' ---f.~---~. J
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. 50254 7542 Cr ' "~ifi. ~:.~ nr.~. Prc>>,enttsbeliR,i oi-i;unischer Verbindunoen. Tables c: pe±•centane com~ -iiion of organic compounds. C•l1-il, UH-N, C-H-O-":, (`..-H, C-H-S, C-H-O-S, C-i1-N-S, C-H-O-'.'`T-S. Basel, Dirkhauser,1951. uf! p., (x37 p. of tab]ea 25 cm. Tltle nLmo In French. Text In Cirrraan, Sngltab, and French. 1. Che-,nfatry, Grganle-Tab2PS, etc. r. Tltle. m Title: Per`,zu- ttge coriposiaoQ of organic compouads. QD291.A Ufi NAr.ars2 rnf.. 7.lbrary 0' for Library of Cong:ese [Sit ~3 a a a a 0! 5 5 5: A L'2-$Q01 . -. -s-.-..t•0 °,-V.rwLY' ,
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(-50254.,7555 ~----- _._...:._._.__. Fisaher, F'rnot >;FFM OF NICOTINE AND TOBACCd ON MUSCLE FUNCTION~ by );mst Fi Sche+'i HC.cber. t Si1veE{.ej _P. SR :Gacseo) and Ff. B. Heag. PhotoatQt fror.na Ayt. J& of Phy a'S.ta]. Med. ~Q, 63-77 (•4pri l. lgdU) ~ . .,..-r,. .... ~•.-..,. ~..,,. q.-.. ~ --. n..,---• - 0 3 tlQ0 0 0
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.5025a 7535 __--~ 1 s s: - tSU 11 ty-tS l J. N. Delinqueney - ~ NON-SOCIAL PERSON.4LITY. DieasozialePersllnlichlcek Medicina, Budapest 1967. 215 S. (ungarnsch).^ - '' Zentrale Thematik ist die Jugendkriminalitdt. Die Autorin meidet bewusst den Ausdruck tKriminelle, und betont das asoziale Verhalten des Deliquenten. Anhand von 25 Falibesprechungen werden Ursachen, Mechanismen und Phasen der asozialen Per- sbnlichkeitsentwicklungdargestelit. Die Ursachen derasozialen Entwicklung sind nicht ` genetisch determiniert, vielmehr auf sch8dliche Umweiteinflttase zurUckzufirhren. Die Umweltsch8den sind physilcalisch; psychosozial, vor allem aber durch negative Erzie- hungsmethoden bedingt. Ge[ilhlsk9lte, Brutalitgt und Gewaltanwendung der Eltern bevvitkt Trotzreaktionen und Aufiehnung gegen die Eltern. Die Veriegung (Displace- ment) der aggressiven lmpulse auf die Aussenwelt ftlhrt zum manifesten asozialen Verhalten. Tiefenpsychologisch wird das Bild einer infantilen, archaischen Persbnlich- keit mit estbrten lch-Funkti ne r ichtli I d h Tri b lt d i i di l l ~, ...._. ~-_-, g o n e s c n er we . e ont ert n e ora -ana e ~ Phase. Die tOr den asozialen Zustand typische Vereinigung sexueller und aggressiver Triebe fUhrt zur Perversion. Die HandlunAenRtm asozialen Zustand sind zwanghafte , ~ _.j . ~. .. _ _ .. ... . .. . - ~ - - = . ~ . .._. . __ ... - ,...:'h: ._~~.. , .. . .. . '1- r . .. _.._._ -.._. . - _ .. / }
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50254 7564 . .--:_----- - HOW 5Ar-E 15 DUR jFOUP? ,: U•.5. Depar+rnent d-f ttea-, th,. ~cJucat~c n erd 1Jelfarg,, Food V-r,cl jDrug ,4dn,inists'atron• }'ubli,cation No. " v:a 0 0 .j tj C3 !"'1 7 0
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~ 5o25v. 75aa i . J 0 3. 0 Q n 0 a C£l!rcs, Z. PF.FMI2ATIaU AND I!N!'STIGATTON OF 1.EWLS-.'•.CID CC;w'i.:?:ES. IL'. PRE:'AItqTIO.t l.:.D Ih'yES"CT.G :T'i0IN Or T[3E 1'IT!MM-I TtiT-nl..^.i?i.O:IDL 1121D TZrI Tlsn,kCElL:3'.•:I1:E C'J:iP:.F:.1:3 0P 1'r!F. ISTri-S OF CYCLOtEE}:ANE DIOLS A::D GF' I:c?:10- A.t-*J CLIG'JSAC.^.dAI'.IDES,by Z. CRuros, Gy. Cect:, I. Cyu:kovics, S. ifolly, M. HcraszLtiy-Yz.FP'e A. To=ok' F'.AL•1Ar, aad E. Zr+_rh-1Cacziaa Pericdiea Po:tyLechaica Chem. I;ng. 12 (No. 2) 1.47-3.59 (196d) ~ ":.,, .,~,~'c~ar~ :~;
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~, 50250, 7559 ii:,,aop ~,1:Td H. LC37`e,=y io So 5CE FFFECTS (1h J?xC01TIt1S A;D S1:Cs:4: ~ CO:I 1+~.M'rA~OLiEr' a1T Pe S. L't2~?Gza i4 B. CI!,n. r's7L'=-a-i0l. , T1eYapo ,- ~~'a3a 1) --. ., e-r >.,•,r 7 -+.. S 7 1 '. L ~-tiYoE: 4 r} ~.
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50254 7565 DATA--PROCESSING/CO' IiPUTERS--PROGRAILMING/, HAYDEN CO:tPUTER PROGRAI21tING SERIES FJatn-E3: IN': -iiaag;`-Cori 1ting Editor i o a o o n QA 76. Co i97r I'DDL 9coJ\J~Cn1GG ,~I3La~[1C APPLICATIONS AND l~E~O~3LCfU~S JAMES S. COAN Cornmttnrty Co»>pr~tcr Cornc~ration Gcrnurntotis~n Fricrrds S(huo! HAYDEN BOOK COMPANY, INC. Rocheile Park, New Jersey 7 ~ (.c~.+~• ~/J•/1 0
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50254,7561 Larsen, Paii? Sta,LCy, 1507- Tobacco: cNl>et•iniental :ind ciinical sb?:?ivs; a ecmprclicn- sive account of the world liter,iture ibyi P. S. Lzrso:; . 1;:, l1 7laam iand, II. Sil.•ette, li:.ltimo:r. A'i]li..,»s & '':';?l.iry Co., 1061. zii, 932 p. lilus. 21) cm. Bibliog; aph}• : p. 512-021. /~. 1. Tobacco--Nh,rsiological ?fTact QP931.TliL3 - ,~ 615.7 C1-5~57 Library of Congress ~-y L31 ..~_ ...,~..~-•~ ! S73.` ~
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50254 7568 CANCER--BREAST/MAMMOGRAPHY/ RC • 280 BREAST 1981 CARCINOMA ; 6 c; 0 0 0 1S a U Risk and Detection -0~1!~1~C~~,faa*ns@n, M.D. Prolsssor Emeritus o1 Chn ul Surgery College of Physicians and Surgeons Columbia University Naw York, New York Carol Bodian, M.S. Instructor. Division of Biostatistics Columbia University . School of Public Health Columbia Univenity New York, New York Darrow E. Haagensen, Jr., M.D., Ph.D. Senior Research Associate Mallory Institute of Pathology Visiting Assistant Professor o1 Surgery Harvard Medical School Boston. Massachusetts 1981 w B. SAUNDERS COMPANY Phllaoelchla loneon Toronto MEZICo CItY Sydney Tokyo
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l., 5Q254 7549 _.~._..~....r.....:~..._ .~ ~%~ -4e-~. - .ti~.~, . R3R CLASS NO. M1'i'HLET 72 IX Gy Ceorgiev, S.; Boarova, M. vF.r FECT OF SOM: CHEMICALS ON THE SMOKING AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF . 108:'1CC0. nuGARIA\ 0'r:'_LNT: J ~ Nauch. Tr. Vissh Inst. Khranit. %'l:usova Prom. Plovdiv 13 (No. 1) 117-127 (1966) (in Enrli.sh) *19. 2, No. 4, W 1435* *im* ~~oti •c0 c*ni0trfi 0 I S b_. 2 , C C O d?i*al c G .
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50254 7575 Y1S IPM94_81 ~HbR CONTAC7R2 8me~ GmbH / 9s, i (?) -? sf IFp- .
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50254 7577 Y11I Me4-81 tiHaamanff.&'Reimer-_,-GmbH~ H&R CONTACT 2 8. / 95' / (7) --)sf rp• 0 3 , ()
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50254 7573 AROMA AND TASTE SUBSTANCES/ ,~ Geruch- und Geschmaclcstoffe Dr 1975 _ymposium aus Anlaig pJ)PL Internationalest,5 ~ FOOD--FkApORANTS/ODOR/CITRUS FBUITS/ ~ . t.••- PHEROMn'VF,S/ COFFEE/TEA7BRANUY/Br:vr:xnvEs/ ~ des inhundertjahrigen Bestehens der Firma aarmann & Reimer GmbH, Holzminden ' 2. bis 4. Oktober 1974, Bad Pvrmont 1-ierausgegcben von Prof. Dr. F. Drawert ' Technische Universitat Munchen VERLAG HANS CARL NCJRNBERG 1975 0 :~o o-,') A' - kx-a-zw i ~, ,
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50254 7569 CANCER--BREASTfMAMMOGRAPHY/ s RC = 280 Ha 1981 U•~ 0 0 ll i 1 C'i 1~£S BREAST CARCINOMA Risk and Detection Cushman D. Haagensen, M.D. Professor Emeritus of Giiniul Surgery College of Physicians and Surgeons Columbia University New York. New York Carol Bodlan, M.S. Instructor. Oirision of Biostatistics Columbia University School of Public Health Columbia University N.w York. New York D3iW*M`H099en*K-,,~ M.D., Ph.D. Senlor Aesearch Associate Mallory Institute of Pathology Visiting Assistant Professor of Surgery Harvard Medical School Boston, MassachusNts 1961 W. B. SAUNDERS COMPANY Pt,tude+vnta Lonoon Toronto Mexico CItY SVOneV tokyo
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50254 7578 VIII Me -81 S.P. ~ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VIII Me4-81 s.p. -"11oYzWnden,MGer. HiR PRODUCT. Haar.an Reimer GmbH Holzminden, Ger., brochure, (1981) (in English) *Additives too numerous to list* With the aid of this brochure, H&R would like to familiarize you with a small selection of our numerous products available specifically for the tobacco industry. Kany years of research and development in cooperation with the internal tobacco industry now enable tis to offer you products for a wide range of applications. . 0 3 0 b n 0 0 1S 9 0
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5025q. 7562 H f- - C~11 t e of V aooo.,.Ovo-~ '~I ~ g n i~a, Ri ch-notxl~ V: i_rS i r a~ P1+AAMAC'AI:'PGY UF T0C3qCCCi) C}IAi?ACTER- ISTICS OF` ! CIGARRTTE Si7URE, Photostat',fr.ort; S+ournal et the American s. •.. _ ,. . i-• '..• .. . -., .. .~-.~,,,,,~..-.~--Y---~••~----~-~ O'3~Q~~t~ f 574;° X
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50254 7581 QC 451 Br 1976 2 C. NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RF.SPNAT'CEE% CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--NLCLF.AR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY/ ATr[.aS PUMM ®laVa = E. Breitrnaier ~G. !-~aas'~ W.Voelter Chemical Institute, University of Tubingen " Tubingen,Germany iF I/ PLE-FMe..JM NEW YORK • WASHINGTON • LONDON < ~ c.lc w 2.
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.50254 'i5T9 ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS--SYNTHESIS/FLAVORANTS--CHEMISTRY/ ANETHOLE/SYNTHESIS, ORGANIC/TERPENES--BIOSYNTHESISJ TP 958 Cr 1980 , ~2~ g., ;~m~ium. ~ ~~.~ ,..~ on: F~a ra ~ (New Products, Processes and Aspects of Product Safety) Edited by Rodney Croteau ~ Washington State University September 24-25, 1979 Institute of Biological Chemistry S', ; ' ~~ ~ . New York City Jand Biochemistry/Biophysics Program ,),,~~~ " P ll W h' 99164 D&PS.(Yerhg, 30)7f;itte>;~en i~ W'Gerfian~ 9 ( u man, as mgton , I Fragrance and Flavor Substances Proceedings of the Second International 1980
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50254 7576 VIII Me4-81 S.P. tJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VIII Me4 81 s.p. Haarmann Reimer GmbH Holsminden, Ger. ~ M• v ~P Hit"~tODmcT.4! Haarsan Reimer GmbH 8olsminden, Ger., brochure, (1981) (in English) *Additives too numerous to list* With the aid of this brochure, H6R would like to familiarize you vith a stiall selection of our numerous products available specifically for the tobacco industry. Many years of research and development in cooperation with the internal tobacco industry now enable us to offer you products for a wide range of applications. ` . a 3 nnn0 0 1 S as
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i . . VI Ta3-76 STUDY FOR T1iE ESTA};1.ISH:•ll:2rT OF TIiE RELATION BrT1.'EE'`7 tiOISTURE IN CIG:IRETTrF . ' 50254 7592 CIGAR.ETTF.S--POI STL'RE CIGARETTF.S--TASTE/ RJR CLASS NO. PA;•1PIILET VI Ta3-76 Boetzl:es, P.; DarwaTeh, A. S.;qWWWPrW (Fabriques Tahac Renies SA, Neuchatel, Switz.) AND TASTE. *'(Eine Untersuchung zur Feststellung der BezieihunB z:.ischen ZiSaretten- Feuclitil;keit und Ceschmack.)* ; Tabak l:olloquim, 18th, paper, 21 p., *Ieuchatel, Switz. (i•fay 1976) (in German )- Previous reference - abstract only - complete German original availa',)lc now. *l:eywords:* mositure, cured, constituecit. Yuch pro;ress has bccm madc in recent years by the cigarette inclustry: 4 in the stiidy of the optimal physical properties of ciparettes. The corepanies spared; ,no expense to achicve this Foal. At thc same time, much has been published in the () .l i 1I I1 1j 0 j
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50254 7588 I Wi-76 S.P. PLASTICS--DIRFCTORIRS/DIRRCTORIFS/PIANUFACTL'RLRS/ NORT.H' CAROLINA `0mPI 1eO °Y HaP ry C: Iqeaxma . , Plastics Engineering PLASTICS Extensfon Specialist - Processors ~ Prodzccers 713 PUBLISHED BY -7~9'- THE INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION SERVICE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY `~- AT RALEIGH !~J 05 Cl'..9..(i7t,~ BOX 5506 27607 .... PHONE 919 737-2358 7/ ~-/~ o a 0 '() n 6 0 - i :"') U o l\ I
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50254 7570 Q ... -.._ ~ III Me9-81 i Lunc(1981)159:145_ISI . .... . ,~ ~' Bronchial Hyperreactivity to Inhaled Histamine in ~ Patients with FarmeA Lung~` ,.1 _ f_:: 6/ ~MbnkBre',k~is htcla,', M. Iko ~', and L. A. La' inen= Q ~ND C/N ' D~ rtment of,Pytlrt>jonary ~ ases,lj,u,1 H2c tal 55330^Tiuruniem/aod Research Unit of Naval Medicine. Central Mtlttary7iospital l, Mannerhaminue 164. SF-00280 Helsinki 28, Finland Abstract. Eighty-two patients with farmer s lung were given a bronchial chal- lenge with histamine. In 22 of them, a positive reaction occurred during the acute phase of the disease. None of these subjects had asthma or chronic bron- chitis. In 16 of the 20 positive reactors who were re-challenged the result was negative after 1-2 months. Our results suggest the existence of a subgroup of pa- tients with bronchial hyperreactivity to inhaled histamine. This may reflect the individual location of the inflammatory process in patients with allergic bron- chioloalveolitis. Key words: Farmer s lung- Bronchial reactivity lJ 211 \ N k
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50254 7584 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK E{F 30 Ha 1980 -~.'s=s, RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN PCRSQNALITY AND RESA IRATORY BEHAVIOR : AN EXPLORATORY STUDY. Doctoral dissertations, City University of New York. 1980 University MicrofilMs International.Ann Arbor, PiI..80. ISN - 4140 0- s () 0 n0 0 1 S, 9 6 - - - - - - - - - - ---- -------- ----------- ---
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F^i.:,: TtVAi701, OI•' T;AfiERIA2.S/:,IF:'.?'.I:1LS/ 73 I In tnformatton 2(tios.1-2, Pt. 2)(1973) 1-lo,li-~5. I EMER( GENCY PROCEDURES FOR SAL1i.1G1NG FLOOD OR S)VATFF;-DA1v1AGED LIBRARY `h,LA TERIA 1S by Pete: Waters, Restoration Officer, Office of the Assistant Qirector of NrLservation, The Library of Congress ey.~~3~Qh ~ 50254 7585 PREPARATION OF DETAIi..ED SPECIFICA-TIONS FOR A NAT1ONAL SYSTEM FOR THE PRF_SF.RVATIC1N OF LIf3RARY iU1ATERlA LS by. W-arrern Association of Research Libraries Final Rcport Project No. 0-500•1 Contract No. OGG-3-70-C0w1 (50G) Februarv 1972 6 .7f 0 i ~: i tr.,'+ j j ~.t %
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XXII MeB9-80 S.P. J. Occup. Med. 21, 607-13(1979) 50254 7583 Risks to the Offspring from Parental Occupational- Exposures M.D., and David Schotlenfeld, M.D. Risks to the offspring of workers with occupational position to neoplasia. Agents which alter the rate of chemical exposures may derive from mutagenic, terato- growth of the fetus or are Irrthaf to the fetus without pro- genie or carcinogenie effects of industrial agents to which ducing specific anatomic or functional anomalies are bet- the parents are exposed. Evidence for impaired pregnan- ter termed developmcntal toxins than teratogens. cies and hazards to the offspring of working populations Cancer in the offspring of individuals exposed to a car- with chemical exposures is, however, very limited. Perhaps cinogen may theoretically be the result of any of three the best documented example is increased spontaneous types of exposure: prezygotic, by alteration of parental abortion rates in female operating room personnel who germ cells; transplicental, by passage of carcinogenic have first trimester exposure to waste anesthetic gases. Evi- substances across the placental barrier; or postnatal, by dence is reviettied for hazards to the offspring resulting contamination of the environment with carcinogenic sub- from parental occupational exposure to vinyl chloride, Stances, primarily through ingestion (including sub~'tances benzene, chloroprene, radiation and petroleum-derived excreted in human breast milk) and through inhalation. hydrocarbons. It is essential in investigating the role of Evidence for risks to the offspring of humans occupa- occupational factors that other environmental and behav- tionally exposed to powntialfy hazardous substances is .~corCp bfa' reviewed in the present s.ork. The term trans generauonal ioral facYors wjth crjajo('Vffeps orjprefpanjy o& accounted for. These include smoking, alcohol, and drug carcinogenesis is used to describe the occurrence of exposures. An approach to surveillance fcr chromosomal cancers in the offspring which can br! attributed to paren- "' ' tr-rm ic nronnsF't! to-encorTtoasS riQt.or1-_ \
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50254 7574 sr editlons Mcrko/ s Brookcr, Bakkcr•Arkema RUITS AND VEGETA[iLES, y 2ND EDITION Smith / r odroo/ wr•snd Rippen 1 r'eterson \ SympoSlDg'A: POSTHARVES T BIOLOGY bE«D HAPRINS 0 F R ~R U- 'ITS ~~N' D 1f"Ft,-- G E T A 0 L E S Edited by:'~ Mf)'Rfi11A~~-'.''`" A7xR1~¢~' ^T = Associate Professor of Food Scicnce, Rutgers-The State University. New Brunswick, New Jersey i Tp' 370 lia 1975 ARCll&R Francis and Ch~.t•..+_._ ~ ss~.~ ~ I 0 \ .y i) f! n U l7 ~ J 8 6 D. K. SALUNKHE Professor of Nufrition arld Food Science, Utnh State University. Logan, Utah WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT THE AVI PU[3LfSH1NG COA4PANY, INC. 1975
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50254 7597 SOCIAL SCIENCES--STATISTICAL METHODS/ STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ QA 276 Ha 0 ; SHT~~~~ It:AM-4~1,0L1~N rj (1.\71Y RSIIY IrF I Illr 0.0 flllr ILrI. ll.l I \ OJi { I Analysis of Qualitative Data Volume I IA'"IRUI)UCTOI?Y Tni'ICS ..1973 VOLUME 2- NEW DEVELOPMENTS -1979 ACADEMIC PRESS NcM' York S.rn Francisco LouJou 197R A Sb.~Lnr W Hara.wur 6rare Jov.uu.i.h, PubL.hcn 1. 9 ; . .,
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50254 7595 `1G1fi:1'I>i:C i:1P1' rdll:d1: 11'iSCl::lft.i Zi!`c '!- ;.L . m; stelt.,tll:.cll und I1~'ll l J["' ii, vUil (i tlie.r I€acns.,li ~~' • , .raela. IiaLe,•kalni;. Dici.ioli.:t-; o, u..:- cultcre. :+fi;r,t hc•I1, 13LI' Ve:'lags,-c;,e:lx;)a{t 2si.,6rfly. :?'rGU. Added t. p. fu French and ;~pr.ni.h. I i 1. Agrfcultur~--Dfctionarie.q--1:•2,:r,,::n. 2. Gc:.:!an lanb•ucrc I';c- tl0'111'iQ'S-I'q1fg10t. I. IlatL•rkawp, ~;lsela, Joint A::.Lor. ]I. 1liP S411.1126 1959r 630.3 6C-4;iG: ~; Library ef Cnr.trPCs ~
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50254 7594 ~ 7 N TOBACCO--SMOK(N.G.- -ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN/ . RJR CLASS NO. TfiA*JSLATION .Raher, H.- ±~ *(no affil.)* A WORP WITHOU6,SMOKERS IN TWENTY YEARS. *j'y'.,.{Zwanzig Jahren eine Welt ohne Raucher. )* nternational Union Against Cancer, meeting, paper (1977) (Tn German - _ complete EngTi"sh translation available.) *Abstr. in: Express, 1977, p. 2 (Sept. 21, 1977)* 7here will not be any s7nokers in the entire world in 20 years. ~At least, I l.i11.5 1--j LuV 1UCeL1 VVill 1V1- lYillC;ll I.UG 1t:aullir, l:cLl~.Gl 1vJ~cil~.11c1J V1 wlv- ` , entire world are striving.~ li ,~ _(~ .~ t 1 ( i U 1 0 -i ,
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FOOD--RI.SFAP.CH/r00D--FLAhORANTS/ TP 370 Me 1974 -PftD1;-' 50254 7589 PRINCIPLES AND PROGRESS OF FOOD RESI'.",P.CII, VOL. 2 SPICES , BOTANICAL AND C1IE2•tIG:L I:vVrSTIGATIONS G ENJ 0 RZ E liotanisdic und dlcmisdic Untcrsudiung / ~ b.'r~~~CLt~;it 3~t von i . Dr. HANS MEl.CN10R Dr. I IAvs KAsrNER Direlwr .m Eeunuden Grnrn ond rsokum, Cbrr.Aeefr~.t Fef der Landuum!r fc,r Drrf+n-Dahlem,..D.,Hennr.r-Profenor Lebrmmiurl-, A,rnrun;,u1- nd trriA.,llde u der Tedmi.de. lJ.i.rr.ira Srdin Chrmlr 2erP ma1mL xat4'°tl N I)° CO R'T` Scf11L i'TT'E*-1,- =' N'SMtl'TFCL1iVT} (z~[)C13~NG'"`-"' Hertuigrgrbrn von Dr. JoSFF SCHORMULLLR Dr. HANS TIELCHIOR emer. o. Profrecnr Honorar-Profes,or aa der Tedmisdsrn Univcr.isit Balin an der Tedsnisdsen Univrrsitit Berlin - J ~1 J 17 ~ ~ Dr. FRILDRICII KIERNfEIER o. Professor Lehrstuhl fiir RTildsrissensdsaft der Tedsnisdsen Univers;tit \lundsen, I'r asing-Weil:cnstephan VERLAG. PAUL PAREY • BERLIN UND HAh1BURG ("J 1 ii 0 1 -
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50254 7605 S t 1977 Get..7hem ,*,.•Why- We Keep:..,Them: ,.. How-We Kick,Them 0 by Richard Stiller ELSCVILR/NE(SON BOOKS New York F3F W 'tr A SMOKING IiABI'fS---:1D')ICTIM7/ 13E1111VIORAL SCIENCE/ TOBACCO--S'4CKI":R-.-PSYC110LOCY/ 335 ,~.r1 ..- /--~, ` : „~ ,~ ~, ' •. I i 0 .1 1) 6 n C10 1ti 1 7 j/
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•IIZ Du2-75 The $ciences.14(10)214z (1974) ..._:}.s _ 50254 7593 , Less ozone in the stratosphere, more radiation on Earth • f . .. - c. . _ by Ceoip Habei :. TNtEtvTY YEARS ago, the United States exploded an experimental thermonuclear device on a coral reef in the Marshall islands. Expected to have the power of about eight million tons of 7•I3T, the blast was actually equivalent to 15 million 'tons; it showered radioactive fallout over an unexpectedly vast range, in- 'cluding a Japanese fishing boat 40 miles outside the pre-announced test.area. US. officials responded byannouncin€ that the area of the united in the conviction that certain twentieth century technological "advances" are the cause. These in- •elude, in addition to nuclear bombs, the high-flying supersonic trans- port and the lowly aerosol spray. Ozone, a minor but critically im- portant component of the at- mosphere, exists to some degree at virtually -every altitude. Mostly, however, it is found as a "layer" in the stratosphere between 18 and 50 kilometers, peaking in concentra- evolutionary path," according to at- mospheric researchers Michael [3. McElroy and others of the Cen!e: for Earth and Planetary Physics of Harvard University, writing in tne Journal of the Atniospheric Sciences for January, 1974. In f.~ct. some scientists believe that life would not have evolved on the <ea= and on the land if the ozene layer had not evolved above them. Relatively little attention titi•rs paid to man's effect on this laycr ' danger zone had b¢en expanded tion around 20 to 25 kilometers. because it was generally assur••~r:f f1- __ There, mo~t ot -the.$un's relatively had none. Then, in 1970-~ 1, i:? l +
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50254 7604 '~.' ,. , ..;..C()RUNARt l+LAR D1 :t S#:•^TV ~ r R1lM.~ 1J* JAf~ V A : ~y a:'. 0 a9i6 ? 3 ri::~Y~ + Wash:ngtons l), C, ci 3 ' ~ 0 Ci
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1 CONSUMER POLICY/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--: 50254 7606 RISKS/' 7-9XI-Unii;sl - :iR1- Mov I S" LEGISLATION/ C~'~O6 ~'~R R CLASS NO. PAIYIPHLET 79 XI Un,-81 uowara, v. w. (Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Ma., U. S.) -= SAaITS; RISKS AND RBSPONSIBILITIESs- A PHTZOSOPHICAL 'OVERVIEW. ' Analysis Consumer Policy, conf., paper,,Giv. Pa., Wharton Appl. Res. Cent., Philadelphia, Pa.,16 p. (Hay 18-19, 1981) ( n ng s Smoking mentioned. In arguing for degrees of wluntariness, I concluded that we are often at a loss to establish when or to what extent certain habits and practices are voluntary. Whereas, Dr. Wagner 4s arguing that the creation of any law establishes accountability to the extent of its enforcement.... 0 3 0 0 n G 11) 1 'a 1 11 .
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5025q 7607 . TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOi,f)GY/SMOKING HABiTS/PSYCHOi.OGY/ TORAf:rn--AI,.COHiIL--pFLATIONSHIP/ RFHAVTnRAt, SOIF*ICF./PF.RSOVALTTY/ NICOTINR--PHARMACOT.OGY/ BF 335 . Ni 1977' why do you do mrhat, :: 0 N . john nicholson Printed in Great Rrit3in ~ ~ Billing & Sons Ltd. London 0~s u 1;i 19 . , . .
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50254 7602 l ':^~_ ~ _. - }- ~ ~. J.. ;• Noskr,IsE};i, VV1Rdzi7iiert, I.S~J3- `?!fU '1'N• 1,4 L'' f t } c, )aceo qnokinr. 1,01iclnn, Stal,les Pre s; ]. Tobacc.i habtt. Y. Tillc. rc5o7XG 19~15 Lihrary of Oon^re?s t;Cb ~ hv ~iis:t~L~uted »t U. S. A.. by J. do Graff' \eNv orl: ac, 2:ol! p. 23 cin- 0 -'~ n ri r, i 11 i i) 1 4
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50254 7599 II Mes-72 J ~ .P.- 7 ~~~. ?~7) s'1~~`,t/~y~y~ -~.:. f`+r6Ai 1 Iil.ai 1 6, ~a ~1 6i i ~1~~4 0 t~ 1rsC:d, rnaailrt..ul yc ; . ... A ' pEsnar~f ~ccou:~ t ~~or ~r~~ ~~~ ~ ~.~~allt,i ta~~ . • . .Parf 1- Occurrence, toxicity and detection By Paul N. Chercmisinoft and Yousuf N.- Hcbib•; Considerable interest is currently being shown in heavy metals concentration in the tiatiori's surfc:ce 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 particularly 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- _ .IoX- '
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Joly, D. J. 50254 7603 RJR CL.1SS NO.PAMP}iLET 75 IX Jol *(no affil.)* CIGARETTE SMOKING IN,I.ATIN-AMCI:ICA.: AN INVESTIGATION IN EIGHT CITIES. *.(El:BabiEo"de_Fumar`Ct~arrilYt~s-ed America.Latintt una.Encuesta en Bol. Of. Sanit. Panam. 79 (No. 2) 93y11L;(1975) (in Spanish with English summary) *1975, No..22, W 7875* *d* Tobacco economics: . a
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50254 7612 +4+.~. .~ . . . -_ 4n ISalcteJnla--ist'h;s '1':tsrlieilb"Ir•li. liearl,. Von J3or:± a y. 1G rm. 1. L,actert~~lu~,r-'1ecltnt lue. r. Ilnbs, Ilorsi, 1^02- c-d. Q1;65.1;3 i \ L:brary of Coligrc;s ~. -_n~.~ ~r..-l . ~ : ~; 1 i~ 2
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50254 7611 ~- a1oloRICal P~crhiarn. Vol. 15, ~ti'o. 3, /9R0 4 1 / 80 II Ey-80 S.P. ~+.-N Nabituation o~Phy..sioluRical Responses in Anxiety / J 1'. Challopadhyay,"'/F;, Cooke.' B. Toone,' anz.m. Lader /' Rece, ved July 2, 1979; revised February 4. 1980 !In the first studv, 20 ma/e and 20 female volunteers were studied under threat-qj-shock and no-threat conditions with respect to anxiety levels, skin conductance, EEG auditory evoked response, and alpha-blockinR variables. Thc• thrc•ut-oj-shork increased un.riew levc•l.r, skin conductance levc•l, and fluctuations. The P,a, component of the AER was greater in anxious indi viduals and habituation of the alpha-blocking response was retarded. In the second studv, 12 anxious patients Nrre compared with 12 normal subjects under threat-of-shock and 12 normal subjects under no-threat. Anxiety was associated with increased skin conductanceJluctuations, larger P,,. A ER components, and impaired habituation of the alpha response. 0 3 n 0 n0 0 16 2 :3
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50254 7614 QD. 271 Ha 1977 aC. POLYt4ERS AND POLYMERIZATION--ANALYSIS/C13E`1ISTRY, ANALYTIC Cf:ROMATOGP.APHIC ANALYSIS--GAS C.HRJ*'ATOGRAPHY/vinyl chloride/ MILK,~--ANALYS ~FLAVORANTSe-ANALYSIS/,, , `lJ: ~~~ `r./~liil rlL~~~l Horst I-£achcnber Vg and Adolf P. Schmidt !locelrst A.G., I•'rcnkf,•rrt am Main. Fcderal Rrpnblie ojGcrmany 1 Translatcd by D. Vcrdin London • New York • Rheine ---~ _ U s n 0 rI (; .-- .~ . : ,
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6 i, S i .i•.. ...~1 ~~- ~i.j ... ,.. .. .. , .. . t . . . .. ,. : u.tdl'[~ra?1b"~ ~0 '~~N~IJ1 ~JN~1S `!1l'JIt,LiHdo :ii Qhtf S-4i.t'tl7dQ'dd Itt.II al 9JN11.'d132i S'AFItf1YS 3WOS .~....~..~__ LL9L hSZOS
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. i 50254 7615 ... - ~L: CHROMATOI:RAPHIC ANALYSIS--nAS CHROMAT(1CRAPt'Y/TRACE F.LE'tFNTS--ANALYSIS/ GASES--AIIALYSIS P'It?YL C11LORIDE/POLY*TP.S & POLY`11?RIZATION--A`?ALYSIS/ HYDROCARn,ONS--ANAi.YSIS / Qn 272 Ha 1973 Industrial Gas Chromatographic Tracc Analysis Horst HachenbergF Arwlytical Chemistry Section. Farbwerke Hoechst A.G. t7rankjurt am Main, Federal Republic ojGermany New York • Rheine c.! - ` )U.4.t~ t~ jl ~7 E1 I G:1 0 a 7 -----,r-r ~
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_L:1'A_-600_ /;3-77-012_ 1dA'IEI:--POLL'J'rl0n/ 4. iI1lL ANUSUIiTITIE - GROUND-WATER POLLUTIO.7 PROBLEMS IN THE SOUTIIEASTERN UNITED STATES 7. AUTf10f:/S) John C. Miller, Pau1_.S.-.-Hackenberryr,, and Frank A. DeLuca _ _ _ 9 PENFORMING ORGANIZA7ION NAME AND AOOREaS ~ Geraghty & Miller, Inc. Port Washington, New York 11050 50254 7618 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME ANU ADOHESS ~ Robert S. Kerr Environ. Research Lab.-Ada, Office of Research & Development U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Ada, Oklahoma 74820 15. SUPPIEMENTA/iY NUTES 1 I 5. REPORT DATE _Januar.y 1977 _issuing ciat.- G. PEHPORMING ORi;11NIZATION CODE OK U. PERFORMING OHGANIZATION REPORT NO. 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 1IIA609 11. CONTHACT/GRA4T NO. 68-03-2193 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PEHIOD COYEREO _~l.ris~t 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE EPA/600/15
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. r.l 01% R• .er i;p, V. 77. No. S. 414-4S0 80 II Ey-81 S.P. ,$ - -_`14ABffUATIO w-K DUAL-PROMS:`THEORY k. y PHILIP M. GROVES s ANn RICHARD F. THOti1PSON Deporhnrxe of Ptythobioloyy, Ut<ive>•rily of CaliJornio, Jrvine 0 o' 3 nn n;oo 50254 7608 A dual-proclss theory of response plasticity to repcatcd stimulation is pre- sented. Two hypothetiral processrs, one decremental (habituation) and one incremental (sensitization) are assumed to develop independently in the cen- tral nervous system and interact to yield the final behavioral outcome. Be- havioral experiments are presented, using both the hindlimb flexion reflex of acute spinal cat and the acoustic startle response of intact rat, which are consistent with this theory. Neurophysiological experiments provide support- ing evidence that the two processes have separate and distinct neuronal sub- L rate. T~e d~l-process theory and other current theories of response brt ~n 1tre gluated in terms of these and other recent 5ndings. I
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To 16-acc,o o K.: K' Pr,-~, oA::t -- Cc+'" e t4-/ GUAs,~ 1 '_ ., J RJR CLASS :CO. PAPSPllLET 75 X S tI 75k S~ Stuart, B. 0.; Filipy, R. E.; Palmer, R. F.; Ragan, H. A.; Hackett,a 3!: L f (Battelle Mem. Inst., Pacific Northwest Lab., Biol. Dep., Richland, Wash., U. S.) THE BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF INHALED ~DON DAUGHTERS WITH URANIU?i ORr AND CIGARETTE SMOKING IN BEAGLE DOGS. 4AS Health Phys. 27 (No. 6) 628-9 (1974) (in English) *1975, No. 5, W 1815* *d* Tobacco medicine:
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50254 7609 ./ AL+.wd Lx~ts -~` ~_ 19Vol. 15. No. 2, 1i9-191 HABITUATION- fiO-A` LOUD SOUND AS~'A FUNCTION ' .. 80 I I Ey-81 S.P. OF-MANI~~,$T ANXIETP SEYMOUR EPSTEIN a aro WALTER D. FENZ Usivasity of Ysssecbrsetts Uaivessity of Wetatoo Forty Ss were subdivided on each of several scales of a specially devised test of manifest anxiety. They- were presented with 10 trials of a 11S-db. noise. GSR and basal skin conductanle were monitored continuously. Tbe babitua- tion curve of the CSR was a typical negatively decelerated habituation curve. Tbe habituation curve of basal- conductance rose in the first few trials and then gradually declined, resembling a giant GSR. 11'bile there were no differences in curve form for Ss divided on the total scale, differences emerged when Ss were divided on subscales of Striated Muscle Tension and Autonomic Arousal. 03 n 0 (1 [l it 1 ti : 2 1- `'
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50254 7596 j I h J Journal ojTlrermuf A"(1lrsCc, li0f.__1_? (1977)_So-6S •--- --------- - - - 75 III Re -78 , TIiODS OP QUANTITATIVG E~ALUATION OF DTA CURVES ~ }>!. AI.DLR50`', W. (3rSC11 Scefiorr ojChrrnisrr}• ojrhe Ernsl ,lforir_ ArncA Unirrrsil}•, Gr;if.ruwhf, 22 Greilisrnld, GUR (Rcccivcd October 7. 1976) The imestication givcs a comparison of the bcst-knuwn kinetic evaluation rncthoAs for D7 A curvts. With rc-ard to accurac.• and crror-comper»ntion, the mrthodt of Borchardt and Daniels. Coats and Rcdfcrn and Sata% a and Skvara in particular are to be recommended if simple irreversible reactions arc to be cvaluated on the ba;is of hotnotenenus kinetics. The complctc exponcntial integral method i; dcscribrd %%Lich totally eliminates the approrimative character of the practical pru~•cdurc of Coats and Redfern. Hence, it becomes theoretically ex;ut again. N In an cstimation of the accuracies and sensitivities of well-known methods of evaluating di(lcrcntial thcrmal analysis (DTA) or dilTcrcnti,tl thcrmcgravin:ctric (DTG) curves, it is necessar~• to comlr,tre these procedures usinp ccfinecl curve shapcs. It :s obvious to apply sNnthcsizcd model curves, as will fie <irnwnstratcd very precisely under defined premiscs by mcans of a computer. Other sub;ect, of compnrison, such as sclcctcd experimental DTA or DTG and EGA curvcs, rc- , shcctivc~1 „tr~; intlu~nccd by unl:nown error st~urccs a hrit~ri. Cuch cfl~ccts Ic;,~d to l~ •~ :~ ~J It l1 tj i G ~i ~i 1 I\VCSTIGATION A!3OUT114C i
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50254 7623 SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHING/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ 76 X Ha RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 X Ha2 2 Hackett, C.; Horan, J. J. (Pennsylvania St. Univ., Dep. Counselor Educ., Pa., U. S.) BEHAVIORAL CONTROL OF CIG1tF.ETTE SMOt:ING. A CO:iPRE1:ENSIVE PROCRA.*i. , Jour. Drug Educ. 7 (No. 1) 71-79 (1977) (in English) Cigarelte snioking hac been a behavioral eniEma. Single treatment techniques. when succct+ful, are u.ualty pligucd by high rccidivicm ratcs and "practical" in+ignifir:,nte. i Two rcccnt dcvelopmcnts, rapid >moking and comprchcnsivc behavioral probraminincg hold promise for Ihe eventual behavioral control of smoking. This study describes one such probram and prcecnts.ume preliminary findings. . 0 t 4
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50254 7610 ~ pfti..Y,uL or aawtctt i. rwo.N..urY 7, 189-1aS (1973) tiHabluatlon.+~*~it. ......, .~ ,S!'Memory....., J'.-,~.:--:,-_ , and the Evaluative 80 I I E -81 • `, ' ~ ''" " Y D/nienilon of.: Meaning - S.P. JOSEPH E. GRCSH,1 \ficitA>:z. G. H. Col.Es, APSii. Y. FEacrsov, Aaro JoYce McGEE L'rticeraily of Illinois, Champaiqn, Illinois Two groups of subjects were exposed to a series of 20 either positively evaluated words (E' group) or negatively evaluated words (E' group). On the twenty-first trial, half the subjects in E• group (the E•' group) received a negatively evaluated word while the other half of the subjects received a further poativel.- evaluated word (E" group). A similar subdivision was made with the E' group to yield E" and E" groups. Skin conductance responses to all stimulus words were measured. The responses of the E•' and E- groups were compared to those of their oootrol groups (E" and E-) for stimulus words 21 and 22. Ibe results of these analyses, and the data concerning responses prior to stimulus word 21, indicated that subjects habituated to semantic stimuli of the same evaluative meaning. Memory for the .rorda was aaseesid poste:perimentally and its relationship to the orient- ing response is discus.ed. U a A ~ a Q , ,
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50254 7622 ~_ .... ; . . . . . .. . . TOBACCO--GRQiLTli-FACTORS/,TOB.ICCQ--LFAyES/TCBACCO---AGRICULTURE/ ~ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 VII Ha rSAtMtE';. E. ; Rawson, H. M. (Commo~ikealth Sci. Ind. Res. Orl;., Div. Land Use Res., Canberra City, At:s: AN EXPORATION OF T'IIE CARBON rCONO*ft OF THE TOBACCO PLANT. II. PATTI:F~.S OF LEAF GROVTH A.*ID DI:Y MATTER PARTITIONItiG. Aust. Jour. Plant Physiol. 1974 (No. 1) 271-81 (June 1974) (in English) *1974, No. 17, W 7159k *d* Tobacco agriculture: ~~q..... w . . ~....~a.n+~..v+.sl+a. ..~..-....~-..w.r.~-....~...--:;,~:~...r-.>..e..-~-..~-.r-.+•~,-.- ..._~..~ . ~-. - ...,,a.a.~... . . h -. . . _-'~ . . -. . • , - . . ; • . . - . . . 1 ~ . :
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50254 7625 1919, V. 3, No. 30 Pcrsunuliry and Sociul Psycholugy Bullcrin `"`" 401- v The Effect of Perceived Smoking Status on Attractiveness S.P. j Janet Polivy,'Ritk Hackett; and Peter Bycio University of Toronto Austract. tne antt-smoKing campaign appears to tnttuence at- titudes toward smokers but previous research suggests the effect j_ d k P l to nonsmo sycho ogual attr,tctiveness find- ts restnete ers. ings predict that smokers would find other smokers attractive while nonsmokers would prefer nonsmokers. The present study tested smoker and nonsmoker attitudes toward smoking and nonsmoking targets. As predicted, smokers preferred smokers and nonsmokers preferred nonsmokers, although smokers in general were rated less attractive. Physical attractiveness ratings were not influenced by status. Since cigarette smoking became identified as a health hazard, substan!ial re- sources have been directed toward persuading people not to smoke. Campaigns by such as the American Cancer Society have depicted smokers as caring more for their cigarettes than for their health, children, or self esteem, and in general as less attractive than nonsrttokers. Despite all the public attention to the issue of smoking, little research has been done on attitudes toward smoking and smokers. What data exist indicate that nonsmokers are )east favorable toward smoking, followed by ex-smokers with light smokers and heavy smokers most favorable. Perception of the dangers of smoking follow the same order (Bacr, 1966; Rosenblatt, Rosen, & Allcn, 1967). Thus, attitudes toward smokers should, for the reasons suggested above, tend to 0 (j bqQegajive.~J'he %~cia~psychological literature, however, would predict that such
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50254 7613 : VI Re~-i31 I' S.t' '. 1th IM1tR„ArlON11L IItL?lN0 DN ANAL9SIS AND t'OR1V1rloN or N-NIrsOSO CONFOl/NDS Tokyo. Japan Sept. 28 - Oct. 1, 19l1 poss-Rasponse Study on the Carclnoy.nlcttY of N-Nitroso- dL*thanolawlne /NDCIA) In /ul• Spraeu.-Davl.y Rats. R. Ofwas.ann;t'~~.ll~ D. Schsyhl and 0. Lis.nbrand Inatitut• of Toxlcoloqy and Ch.xoth.rapy, Car.an Cancer t.s.atch Center. D-6900 Nuldslb.rq, f.J.ral R.)wbllc of carmany Introductlon M-Nltrosodi.thanola.in (NDL1A1 has been ld.nti[l.d as anvlron- a~tntal carcinogen and found as contanin.nt In synth.tlc cuttlna 0 I~ fluids In eonc.ntratlons up to It Ifan •t a1., 1977a. Spleq.l- 1 haldar at al., 1901). ln v.rtaln cosnatics (ran at al., 1977b, 1; 'ipt.q.lhald.r •t al., 1951/. !n psstlcld.a (Iwiq at a1., 19801 , and In lob.cco ISeh..ts at al., 1977). Such hu.an .xposur• .ust be eonatd.red a potontial h.alth risk. Althouqh no data !n hu.ana are availabl.. MDL1A is careinoq.nlc In exporlrntal anl.ala. tarly axp~~tr 1.~ywt s in rats (Druckrsy at al., 19671 and ha.stars l/,~ '/UI1jr1cVa.Y.. 1970) s.s..d to Indicate rathar vsak car- elnoqanlc potency. Nowvar, only high dosa had b.en used !n 40
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50254 7616 Nachr. Chem. Tech. Lab. 26(6)357-62(1978) (translated by G.K.) III Du2-78 CHEMISTRY OF THE ATMOSPHERE (CflEMIE IN DER ATMOSPHARE) S.P. BY REINHARD ZELLNER. Abstracts of papers presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the German Bunsen Society of Physical Chemistry in Konstanr, May 4-6, 1978 oenu&c& The following authors contributed; C.E.JUNGE/ D.H.EHHALT~ VOLZ/ ~ / KHEDIM}' KLIPPEL I MOORTGATI SLEMRf SEILER/ SCHMIDT,U FINKI KLAISIHEIL / OESER: KELKER/ H. I. SCHIFFI GRAB ~~ KORTE ILL$NBERGER~ HEUNE."SANN~ ~ BAUMGAERTFLj H. . SCHIFF/'.: B. A. THRUSH~ .~AAC~ DONOVAN// . HANDWERK~ ZELLNER,,~ IERNANN j ZETZSCH ~ STUHL/ TROE l ZELL:VER/ kirchne 1 vettermann~ FILBY~ GUERTEN ~ HOYERMANN/. SIEVERT STAUFF~ . JACSCHKE 1TONKERIKANN/ROEDEL/LEID~iER/E. WEISE/H. W. GEOR~II/PEICHL/ ~ REITER/SLALICOVIC/POETZL/ U :3 -41 0 r, (; G 1 f> 2 6
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/a a )LY McF-:;--Ea-73 50254 7620 'f Amer.. Jour.. Clin. :Jutr. *I f24-29 (1959) , Food Patterns of the SouthN>>Test }., .1ir.. ~. fi.s., M.A.* nkn I;r.r3nTOR r). u.nt fi x rltts day of rapid transportation, tclevi- ,~ sion and radio co.nr-aunication, wicl.ly separated groups of people know nnd nse foods and dishes prcviously considerc•d typical of cer- tssin regional ;;roups. Thus, there cease to be "typical" diets cxcVpt for those in u1ore iso- lalcd areas with limitcd shopping facilitics. . The earlicst scttlcmcnts in the Soulliv:est Wcre Inade by colonists fronn Spaiii and \ic•xico. Thev found the nomadic tribcs of Indians get- tirg their fond suppiy from Nvild p'ants o nd ani_-- t~ . .'. `~ " ~1 il l1 i the lypic; l foods anul thcir prcparation, tlie adcyuacy of ibe dict and to sho» how it may be modified to meet the principles of ccrtaia thcrapc>>tic ciicts, yet rctain as many as possible of the foods desired by this group of people. TYPICAI. TooDS 4KD 'I'l![lR 1'RCP/.R/.TIOIN' Foods which have Lccn used for Cc>>cr: tions and, tl)ercfore, may be considered tyl;iul of the Southwest are tortillas, tamalcs, pinto
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50254 7629 _..-.. _, ~~t~~~b'1'~`~'C~r~r~ A ct1E:1?i,al lliitl(ttlal'1',COlli:lllllli~ the 1\'C1'ds ,L,'t•IlelallV l!~4'a. i' 1:1f(4 :;.. 7n Cil('P.!lstry, a^.nL ::1any Gf tl!i tel'!lls USQiI ill the ences of physics, nstrophp,ics, mincralo;*}', hl::lrr.vlcv, vid biology, witl: their pronnnci:ltions, based ol: ru:•Itt cll^::lical litcrature, by Ingo W. P. ITnc?.h ... Nvith el::bor-lte diagrams, portlaits, and rncuny other illustratiot.;;. Phi?ad:;- J;hin, P.131nkiston's son & co., inc. t`?N911 vl[, i:a0 p. Ilhis. ((nci. porta.) t)taFra. 251 cm. 1. CLemistry-fllctionnrle9. 2J-24M 1Jbrary of Congress ~ QD3.I13 149.f:1 C-; :~ 0 t', 4 1
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T'iP9_ ~~ . s~ ~ 90024 and S. D. LEE, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, Ohio 45268. Ozone and nitrogen dioxide are the major oxidants of photo- chemical smog. Most of the early studies with experimental animals have dealt with rather large concentrations of these pollutants. In recent years, however, attention is being directed toward the low-level ox?d'ant elfects. In this study we have investigated the biochemical altera- tfons in lung tissue after exposure of 2-month-old rats to 0, at <1 ppm (simulating ambient conditions in photochcmical smog) and to N0, at 5 ppm (Threshold Limit Value). The metabolic parameters studied include 0, consumption, glucose utiliza- tion, pyruvate and lactate production, and protein and lipid biosynthesis in tissue slices; substrate utilization in -1,o- mogenate; and marker enzyme activities in subccllular frac- tions (viz.; mitochondrial -uccinate oxidase, succinate-cyto- ehrome e`ttduM'dse;( unicAomajiN.o11- ppd I~1Ul'1~•eyt = thronie c reductases; and cytosolic Flurose•6•phosphate de1i~- drogenace, glulathione reductase, disultide reductase, gluta- -' ~ =1- - -d~-luLh.ithioric_disuili.k _ tra-s4ydro- ~ --.. ... Effects of 4zone and Nitrofien Dioxide Exposure on Lung 1lctaholisrn:lll. G. b1USTAFA, J. J. OSPITAL, and A. D.. HACKER, University of California, Los Angeles, California '- ;;'A -. , Oxygen consumption' 21 (p>0.05) 31 (p<0.05) Succinate oxidation • 15 (p>0.05 51 (p<0.01) ~ Glycerol•1•P oxidation • 10 (p>0.05) 34 (p<0.05) Glucose-6-P dehydrogenase- 45 (p<0.05) 85 (p<0.01) a Glutathionc pcroxidase' 26 (p<0.05) 70 (p<0.01) ~ • Expressed per lung. ' Tissue slices. • Homogenate. • Cytosol. ties in lung tissue toward control values a few days after ter- mination of 0, exposure may be ascribed to a cessatiun of in- jury and a relative completion of the reparative process. Biochemical changes in the lung resulting from low-level oxi- dant exposure are therefore reversible. Expcrimental Studies on Iluman Hcalth Effects of Ocone. J. D. HACKNEY, W. S. LINN, It. D. BUCKLEY, and H. J. IiISLOP, Environ- mental llealth Service, Ra7lcho Los Amiyos Ilospital, Dotuncy, California 90242. I Development of tolcrance in laboratory animals exposed re- ~ 11 ~ticn; of ~Zunc 1(1,) and
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Y 50254 7634 vI Re -78- ,' FFtn ~`~' 't 77 S.P. 9 ~;~F'4-d:~ '.:~ EVF•~Ct ~,r^ QteItl"• 1 ~.1li ~(~ ~ yY i :..GJ tF{'vi~ t':ie~T Qttiir'.i:a~. C4. ~~t2l1: ~rtu LilE GGR E:iFlEilV~I L1ti:.i f a F.~f. 75 FOR THE• C0t111Ui1NIATINM RLSEi;(iCN CCUi'XIL, 1i,'~C. AP19AC CAPM-21-74 ' ~ ; , u ~ ° THE PROf=t=SSIONl+L STAFF ASSOCIA1lON OF THE ` r~ RANCHO LOS AM!GOS hOSPITAL, INC. t) 7413 Golondiin;~ ,$UCet Y ~ll rl iri ~1 1 l) 4 N Projcct Dircctor William S. Linn, M.A. Projcct Coordinator Downey, Cohforn,a 50242 \
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50254 7628 ~L ; - - - . . h~ t;helni+:a: c+i -: iona! v, :1mer;can and i3r:t i:-h (•ut: - li tl~i;~il; tl:. wo,c1: ~~.n:_rally Itsucl in clicl;,i-iry. Z~~0 nT tlle tcrins ucd in the related scicr.ccs of pl:~-ics, a;trr, 1)h.ti::ICs., nlinCrQlOgy, pharmacy. :1;,'rlcUlttlrc, 1.1,40~7y, I1IP;i?- ciize, enr:neerinl;, etc.; based on recent c?:~::+1=r; 1 litet:!ilcn•. 3cl ed., conlpletely rev. and edited by Juliu:; (;r:int. 1)rllltl!i-f- \\')tll changes and RCldlt?Ollsl P11i1^.(ie1p11i;1, t ol l(io. 11 950, •`I 91.1.1 xii, 2^_5 p. tllus., ports. 25 :m. 1, Chemistry-Dictionalries. , QD:i.II3 1950 Library of Co,:, ress ,- . 51.0.3 151 51-4 t
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' 50254 7638 ±bC L'ae.•'~ N_'v; YOY:: •~ ~) ll i-, i l Cj i S U
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50254 7621 78 III Ca2 Acta. Crystalloaraphica 34(Part 4)1215-80(1978) Acta Crysi. (1978). 1334, 1275-12S0 BY W. M. CARSON Ai.r I Department ojChemistry, Clarton Fourtdation Biochentical Institute, The Uitiuersit), of Texas, A usti~t, T exas 78712, USA (Rcccir~cd 9 Atrgust 1977; accepted 27 October 1977) Thc tripcptidc t.-tyrosyl-£lycyl-E!ycinc. the N-tcrminal portion of cndogcnous pcntapcptidcs with opiatc activity (the cnkcphalins), crystalli7cs from acetic acid/isepropanol solutions as the hydrate (C„F1 ,- N,Os.lirO). Crystals of the tripcptidc arc orthorhombic, a = 9.549 (2). b= 18•405 (5), c= 8•012 (i) space group r2,2,2,, vvith Z= 4. Data were collccted on a four-circle di(1'ractometcr and the structure a•;is solved by direct methods (R = 0•029). The molecule exists in the crystal as a zwittcrion with extcnsivc intcr- molccular hydrogcn bonding. Although no intramolccular hydrogen bonds arc prcscnt, the mo~cculc as~umcs a eonformation (Vi == 81 °, N= = 12°) similar to that of a left-handed n-hclix (tO = 57°, yr = 4S°). The avcraf.: C4 -CR, r is 3•R0 (2) A. Introdtrction crcat deal of interest. These substanccs, dcsi^nntr~f ~ Crystal Structure oft,~'yrosyl-biycyl-Flycine i~~lanohydrate, the IV-Terl~iini3l ''ripepti~e of the Enkephalins 0 S i1 o 1-1 ci U I .~ .y
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50254 7635 I II MeA -80 HEALTH EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION: S.P. 1 • t,UidTROLLED STUDIES IN HUMANS 7ick` D, tiackney;_ William S. Linn, Karl A. Bell and Rbmon D. Buckley Rancho Los Amigos Hospital Campus University of Southern California School of Medicine Downey, California 90242 INTRODUCTION I Controlled laboratory studies of humans exposed to air pollutants are relatively new. Before tac 1970s, information on health hazards of in- haled substances came mostly from toxicological studies of laboratory animals or from epidcniiological observations of people exposed to pollu- tants in the course of their normal activities. !Vthoush their scope is strictly limited by etlucal considerations, controlled Iwntan studies have come to prominence in response to growing recognition of the need for better pollution control efforts guided by reliable scientific information , . . ~ J u I il i
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50254 7631 71 X Ca-77 S.P. rate, Res. RJK CLASS N0. P112dPliLET 71 X Ca-77 s.p. «(Canada Health Welfare, Health Protection Br., ':on-Med. Use Drugs Directo- =liackl~~i~a Res. Bur., Can.) SMOKING 1LA)3ITS OF CANADIANS. 1965-1974. Br., ~ survcys cac ycar. Sc.cnty-fivc thou.and C:rna- dians in arprosimatcly 30.000 houscholds across s the country arc questionncd. Inmatcs of inatitu- 1 tions, members of thc armed scn•iccs. Indians ~ living on rcxrvcs, and residcnts of'thc Yukon Can. Health Welf., Health Prot. Br., ?Jon-Med. Use Drugs Directorate, Technical Report Series, No. 1, 24 p. (Jan. 1976) (in English and French) 'Inic following report is' h:ricd on d:na ~ obtained front Ihc C:rnadi:rn Smnking 1labits Survcys. Thck servcys arc .nnductcd annually ~ by Stati+tits Canada on bch:df nf thc Dcpart- ~ ment of Natumal 11c:dth :rnd 11'c!farc in con- ljunaion with the Labour Furcc Survcy. Thc ~ ~ Labour Force Survcy is carried out on a monthly ~ basis. Since 1965 the Survcy has included itcros 3 pertaining to smoking hch:rviour (.cc atr:rched ~ questionnaire) in one of thc rcrular monthly h t ~ ('J .~ (1 0 f1 _ 1, r ' and KnrrhwI cst Tcrrir•~rici arc nut ncludcd in ; r the s:unplc rurpularion '/. r . Data obtained from the Can:rdian Smok- ~ ing H7birs Survey arc analyi.•d according to) / smoking habit (rcbular cig:ucnc .mokcr. occa- I r sional cigarcnc smokcr,pilx andlur ug.r I ( smoker. and non-smokcr). scx. aec ( fivc-~car f 1 . agc categories 6ficcn years of igc and over) and ! regional di.irihurion (Atlantic rrgion. Quchrc.l ~ Ontario. Prairie region. Briti•h Coluinhia, and' ~ Canada). A brcak-doM•n of thc rcgular smoking population by the number nf cirarcrtcs smokcd per day (1-10. 11-25. and over 25) is also ljivcn1 ..___ ._,..t~.. _ . 0
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The Use of MOSUMS•for Quality CQntrol 78 III Re2-79 _ • ~ . , Peter Bauer lnstitvte of Medicol Ssosistia and Documentotion - I ---r+-- 'Jni,,ersiy of Vienna TECIfNOMETRICS ©, VOL. 20, NO. 4. NOVEMBER 1978 Vienna, Austria 50254 7630 and Institute of StotFstics and Mathr.motics for Social Sciences University of Economics, Vienna 1190, Franz KleirGcsse 1 Vienna, Avstr'.a The use of moving sums (A10SUT1S) of recursivcly calculated residuals (Nackl 1911 is demonsttatcd for testing the constancy of the expcdcd value of a serics of T indc f'cnden! observations normally distributed with equal variances. The cases of knoMn or r:r,lno+n eaf+ected value are treated separatcl,v; in the situation of unknown variance the recursi.t estimation of the variance is suggestcd in the course of the sequential application of the test procedure. Conservative probability limits are constructed and an assessment of the c(Tecti.t error probabilities and the poMcr of the method is gi%en in simulation studics. Finally the use of the procedure is demonstrated in in example. KEYWORDS r n - . •-- `~tternr~ive felidualy . ~} (~} O 6 4 procedures is given by Nackl [8J. All of them are bascd on one of the following principles: I flu0rfirtinn u~hirh rnnc:gre in • L.-
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50254 7642 F.C 267 Ad 1972 ADVANCES I N CANCER RESEARCH SIDNEY WEINHOUSE GEORGE KLEIN Edited by Deportment of Tumor 6io'oc~y Pels ,e:earch Institute Volumc 16 Karolinska Institutet Temple Univers~ty Medi:cl School Stockholn, Sweden Philadclphia, Pennsylvania Consulting l:ditor • - ,AtER'9O,- tRYWMLv* Chester Beotty Research lnstitute Institute of Cancer R.!search __ iJ-1•1---S--_i. 1: Royal Cancer fiosp,tal London, England ACADEMIC PRESS New York and London 1972
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50254 7648 CI~~ ~r: ; '1T' C.Ii1a..rl.r1 .-• 19 6'i '.~~~a~±ct.1 Inz. 1 ii F :i C~
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5025u 7643 RC 267 Ad 1975 /LU23i>•S--TUI4rJRS/ CLLLS--GR7t1yTi'./ TISSULS/ riUTAGi:idSIS/ /CAI3CER--CAUSATIOAT BY CIiG?'.ICALS/ Ct..'~CER---CAUSATION BY AIR POLLUTION/ /C?.NCER--CAUSATIO.\' BY TOBACCO/ ADVANCES iN CANCER RESEARCH Volume 21 - 1975 Edifed by GEORGE KLEIN DeporLnent of T un•or eioloy/ Korolfmlo Inp;n,tcl Stoc6t.alrn, Ss.edcn SIDNEY WEINHOUSE /el, Ce,eorrh In,r{,~te lempte Un~•c•ury A•.ed~aal S<hool PAllodelph~o, Penn.yl.onin Consulfing Editor EXAI~1DEl!°: HAD6bW'" : a ~;.._.. CAesrer 6enlry Resemah In,ritare Insrl/~h ol Canaer Rcseo.<h foyol Concer Ho,p~rol london,Enplond ACADEMIC PRESSt New York Son Franc;s!o london A>r.bNwry el Nenw•r t•we le.ewo.~rA. 1.binA.n N i r
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- 50254 7645 CANCER-GENETICS/LUNGS--CANCER--GENETICS/ QUINOLINE, 4-NITRO-I-OXIDE/ADENOVIRUSES/ RC 267 Ad 1976 ADVANCES IN CANCER RESEARCH Edited by GEORGE KLEIN D.portment of Tumor bioloqy Korolinsko Institutef Stockholm, Sweden SIDNEY WEINHOUSE frels Research Institute Temple University Medicol ScF f hiladelphio, Pennsylvonia Q .S 40 0 n () L) - Consulting Editor °ALEXANDER HADDOW ' Chester 6eatty Research Inslilute Institute of Cancer Research Royol Concer Hospital London, England Volume 23 -1976 (ao ACADEMIC PRESS New York A S.dsidi..v.t Horc..A Ms H.e..vkM, hNisA.rn ~h ~ . v ty "I, Son Francisco London
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50254 7626 P Naf Acad 'M USA ~ FOREST PRODUCTS LABORATORY IMadiaon, wie. S)705) ar r . . . Vo1. 72. No. 7, pµ 2515-2519, July 1975 Biaclmmistry FOREST SERVICF., U.S. DLPARTMFNT OF AGRICULTURE Approved Teclmical Article 76 12~741'051-~ r4 A C S kleeting N. Y. April 4-9, 1976 Preparation and microbial decomposition of synthetic [14C]li,nins (IjAnin biodegradation/w•Qod dccay/dehydrugenati.e polymerizate) k ' T. K. KIRK,a W. J. CQONNORS,a R. D. l3LEAMt, W.' F~' HACKETTt, AND J. G. ZEIKUSt eFore+l Products Laboratory, U.S.D A., t.fadiwn, W isconsin 53705; and r Deparlment of 13aneriology. Uni.enity of Wironsin. Madison. W isc. 53706 I 4 Communfcated bv Ellis B. Cowling. Afarch 28,1975 ABSTRACT A definilive assav for microbiological and biochemical researc'.r on the bio?ctzradatinn of lienin ..as de- veloped using rodioactive synthetic li¢nins spccificallv la- beled in the side ctrains, aromatic rines or in the mcthuzyl groups. The lt'Cllir:nins wcre prepar.•a br oxidatice polymer- ization with pcro.idasc and H.n: n(.pecifica)ly labeled con- iferyl alcohol (4-h)-drocy-:f-metho.)rinnamyl alcoboll. The synlhetic polymers wcre shown by sa.~ctroscopic and chemi- cal mNhodi to contain the same intennonooner linkages found in.natural li>;nins. Incubation of the l1iC;I t nins pvith known IiRnin<Icgrading fungi and with a forest soil recuitcd in t4C(z evolution. Lignin is a major structural component of vascular plants an&makcs up a large fraction of the carlM-)n in th.: biosphere. ~____77urine the ococt 30 vears thA atr»rtnrv enri i,irr.•~ rt n<ar cf. . () •~ () o f i I ('.oniferaldehyde .vas reduced to conifervl alcohol (la) at room temperature with NaGNi in 50 0(v.v) aqucrous etha- noL Extraction and work-up gave a crystailine produ;t in quantitalive yield, the purity of which .v:rs eblabushcnl by thin-layer chromatography, gas chromatugraphy, and F\(li Recrystallizatiou from 1,2-dichioroethanc providcd white needles of melting point 74.5-75' (corrected ); i ref. lQ, : J- 6°). Analysis: calculated OCH3, 1 7.2o; found. 17.Vi. The YN1R spectrum agrced with puhlislied data (1!). L'ltra.iolet (UV) spectrum in 9.i``o ethanol 292 r.m, E- 5.8.5 X 1W; 263 nm,e=1.35X 104. Coniferyl alcohol J 1.7 g(9.45 mmul)l and 80 mg of peros- idase (EC 1.11.1.7. Type 11, SiKma, St. Lnuis, \So.) wrre dis- ,._cnlvPA in SI1t1 ml nf ris.nc`c.+.4 ....4-.-. rt--'-#.._t ,ffc.:nnt N ,
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50254 7639 G Cli1tOMATOC;'PAPIIIC ANIsLYSIS---LIQUID CHP.Gi iATOGRAPiiY / 1 . Fred Baumann Fred 11facDonald Miner Munk Robert Stevenson Dennis Gere Frank Zan:aruni Ronald dfajors U.**-, 1') C'i 1-1 ~, rr. i BASIC Li(1UlJ CHROMATOGRAPHY ~ All Rights Reserved This book or any part thereof may not be reptoduced in any form, including photostatic or microfilm foim, without written permission from the publishers. Printed in thc U. S. A. Copyright ©1971 by Varian Aerogiaph ~
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I MeAI-80 S.P. . SHEET C>;c-:.PSUC cArM-31-79 50254 7633 4. Tirie and Sabutle Effects of rosols. Oxides of Nitrogen, and Oxidants on Human HPalth -e .. nee,j.eee'• .'aecesa.oa No. !. l%e;or{ ;).ee i ~ .. I. 1'estors'e& 016611.8 .. N .t.oe he:r e Michael T. xleinrian, Williaa+ S. Lir•.n =Ja~E"$~K`rfvic~ 1. Perfocsu{ Otleartatroa Name saQ Adasess 10. Proiect T..t siz. L'au \o. The Professional Staff Association of The RanCho Los Amigos Hospital, Inc. 11. Coeaect..,rser No. 7413 Golondrinas Street lvvney, California 90242 Spoesotras Or1as+zetroa \s.e ead Udress 13. 1yK or Repon t 1'eroo, Co.erea Cocrdinating 1+rsearch Council, Inc. , 219 Perimeter Center Paikway , Atlanta, Georgia 30346 1d• Rancho Los A•aigos Hospital carried out four separate tasks under this Frolect, each taskl inde}endent of the others. In 2ask.i, Exposures to A.:~oniu.a ~icretc, voluntecrs in nor- mal health and vcluntecrs with ast`t,a .+ere exposed to polydislerse a.-aonir-m nitrate acro-+ sol under conditions sinulating -vorst-case' aabicnt exivsures. In Task Il. Exposures ta Mixed Ozone, Sulfur'Oioxide, and Sulfuric Acid, norral woluntcers expcsed to 0.37 }En ozone plus 0.37 p;.o sulfur dioxide plus 100 ug/m3 polydisperse sulfuric acid aerosol (which was partly neutralized by a-cuonia during exFosure) under sicwlated a..-+bicnt condi- tions shove.d saall statistically significant decrements in forced expiratory function. Task III, Exposures to Ambient Air, vas intcnCcd to determine v: eth.•r responses to ,tmbicr photochemical s« og exposure in a mobile laboratory accurately re:reseirtrd rrsYonses which would occur outdoors. Task IV, Ozone Exposure and J+ttPrial iilood Cx}•g.r.ation, sam pled hemoglobin saturation repeatedly with a Hevlett-Packard ear oxineter during exF•osurv 1. Authorts) of vqluncVer);~ to ozope under siuula~teyd~aT,bitnt conditio:.s. -U 6 ~t / t~ Ii ` IV
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50254 7644 RNA TT.frtOR vIT:LSI:S/I:IDNF.Y./I'.T;NAT, CA1:CI'N0GL'NESIS/ CANCEK--IrL"dUNOLOGY/CANl:FY,---vIROiAGY / 267 Volurne 22-1975 ADVANLS ~i~ Ad - 1975 CANCER MESE.. i'"'! 1\O1 Edited by GEORGE KLEIN SIDNEY WEINHOUSE Department of Tumor Biology Fels Research In_tiTutc Kcrclinska Institutet Temple University Medical School Stockholm, Sweden Philadelphia, P,:nnsylvanii Consulting Editor n ro ACADEMIC PRESS New York A Svbiidiory of Horcourf Brace lovonovich, Publisher. I f) G! a S 0" A C EXAtJ I?f - R:.: . I-i A UDC W Chester Beotty Research Instilufe Institute of Cancer Resuorch Royal Cancer Hospital London, England ,
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50254 7653 x This book is in the ADDISON-li'ESLEY SERIES IN MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS--ANALYSIS/ QA 329 Ha 1961 I LINEAR %TLGEBRA ~ Univer.ity of Chicago and Uniaerrity of the Andes oi n c,!nc,o I ADDISON-WESLEY PUBLISHING COMPANY 6 `REA[ANG. MASSACHUSETTS - MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA LONDON - AMSTERDAM - DON MILLS, ONTARIO • SYDNEY k
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CiiEttISTP.Y, : 34ALY'.IC--I2JST'RU?!:a.TS/ I(VSTRLT`SI:~'TS A'ID INS•:I:UMth:1TI0a/ SPECTROJ'1ETP.Y/CHROMATOGRAPHIC AI:ALYSIS/ EL'r'CTROCaI.I!ISTR1'/AIR--POLLUTION--t13~ASU:Z^*!ENT/ C3EkISTRY--COPiPUTrRS/COriPUTERS/LASGR°/Fll('nIER TR ~P'SFOP.?f INSTRUME:7TATI0N/ NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESO.:ANCE/IP:]'I:.1RED SPT:^'"~~OS(APY--IIN'STRUAIENTS/1•'.ASS SPECTRO:fETRY/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC MALYSIS--LIQIiID CHROr1_T~~(: ~iPtIY/1+_ASS SPECTROMETRY/ ' ' COUN:ER CURRENT CHROMATOGRAPaY/ELECTRJN MICROSCOPY/ HADAMARD-TRA.'~SFORM SPECTROMETRY/ An ACS Re"C Co!lee6ion QD . ~ ~ e~ ~ ~ 117 Am Ht ~~~lS 7 li L1~~i~El'o~~1G"AF~ 1973 2 1, , ~" r. ~ ., w' ~s Articies from Volumes 41 44 of ~~~ ~L~€~ ANALI'TICAL CHEMISTRY / "UNNER21 ~~,YG~i~° Cofiected by Alan J. Senzel, Associate Editor of ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY American Chemical Society Washington, D.C. 1973 ,
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50254 7650 aAo".~j~-~"-~-, UQi) azy- 71(iv7y) Comoosition and Structure of some comp. ononis ~ s.//~~//~~'' I ~.. ~ . _ ~-. . .r~ of the Bu!arian gOil-Cauaring Nse Abso'ute ~ . ,. . . . B. STOIANOVA-IVANOT'A - P. •HADJIEVA (*) - K. UBIK (++) - A. TZUTZULOV 4(*++) (+) Department of Chemistry, University of Sofia - Sofia (Bulgaria) (++) Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry at Czechoslovak Academy of Science - Praga (Czechoslovakia) (+++) Institute of Chemistry and Pharmacy, « Pharmachim n• Sofia (Bulgaria) !~, n G 0 r, (`I 0
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50254 7649 b r - .. _..,.._ _._.._..._. ..-~.. -•=f- .~ ^ _• .:_ . 1 1~ ~~, 7b Jloxnaabr EonrapcKon ati-a'JewfH HayK ~ Comptes rendus de 1'AcadEmie hulosre des Sciences Tome 24. N' 6. 1971 ~, COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURE OF POLYCYCLIC COMPOUNDS IN T11E ' FLOWERS OF THE BULGARIAN OIL-BEARING !',aSE . . r B. Stoyanova-Ivanova, -P. Hadjieva, S. Popov ~¢ (Submillea by Academician D. /venov on A'ovemLer 30, 1970) ::. When subjecting ether and alcohol frzctions, obtained by column chroma• ~~ tography of nons3ponified wax from the concrete of the Bulgarian rose blossom ~: (Rosa dcmnscena Mill), to thin-layer chromatography, spots were obtained for o substances whose Rf-value differs from that of the hitherto establi~h:d compo- nents of that wax : hydrocarbons ['], alcohols - primary and secondary [2], acids['], ketones[•], all with an open carbon chain. A detailcd study was made 7 of the conloositiJn of :he wax frnrn tiu• MSP hlnc<nrrf- nn thn nrin nsnil h._ - - -- 0:~ e,~ Q C1 t/ t~ 1 0+7
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50254 7651 T_o 7~ Z . ~~+ --l / ~C~y~~ ~ c~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ -. .~.~ ., - .,, ~ On the coxn os~ "iO1 t~li'' 2~n. -~ S~ l . alcohols ln xQse .flower :. , .~ ... ~ ~ and 1~ .. ~c~_ w p rose ua.~es from -- . . ~. . . . . . the same planfs B. STOIANOVA-IVANOVA.:P. HADJIEVA AND S. GEROVA Department of Chemistry, The Kliment Ochridski University, Sofia 0 .S l l ! i l i ii r iI
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50254 7592 XI CO -81 S.P. 1 r o a o e. unnp the pat Ih~e yeara, R.J. Myn- .1 MBjOE Af@8s Of S11QPOt~ : ' SCHOOL Edft ' N1•D ' Seitz, RJR s b+omedicd research consuitant, expraina . e Cancer.' the scope and direction of the RJR proQranr. e Immunological lrre9uIa rliy• svv.~VMWII~I~H~~~V/l.~ _ _ ! than S2?.a million to 13 Nadiny tJ.S. mMlcal rsearcA ' T~ group ot maJor desenerative diseases beins i lnstitutions In an effort to promote the understandinp of " Investigated at present within the grants program is as i human depenaafiw diseases . . ,_ iollowa : The following repoA was presented Sept 10 to the " e High blood pressure. particularly as fntiuenced by " ~ Contributions Committae of the board of directors of the complex biochemical (hormonal) interactions be- RJ. Reynolds Industriq by Dr. fr~•ode~ich~ e,t,. tormer tween kidneys, heart and lungs. president of The Rockefeller University ana Iwsix years e Meriosctarosis. president of the National Academy of Sciences. Dr, e Lung diseae and necroits :- _ _- - ' n 0 ~ t~ o M e Adu1t diaDetee. 0 3 0 0 ~3 • e The effects of diet and stre~ssi upon health. .r ~ e Oeiayed Infectious diseases of the aped. •-'•'= '" tT0A54•r'FLAR,jCSQNr:~BQMO'lAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICIN~ (WAKE FOREST UNIY.'~ kfSSELLrROSS;I4NIY. OF WASHINGTON/DR. STANLEY B.vtsRUSINER, UIoIY. CALIF.(San Francisco)/ 4OUTHWES FOUNDA,TION FOR RESEARCH & EBUCATION, SAN ANTONID/ / KENNETN ER:yONIV. CAL VORNIA,0 SAN DIEGO/DR. JOSEPHrOOST:v/CEW YORK UNIV. MEDICAL SCHQ1 CLIFFORD ARG 3 YliABER;AARVARD UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL/ Management Advisoh (Special suppl) 2 (19) Oct. 16, 1981 RJR S PPORT OFrBIOMEDICAL RESEARCH DR. FREDER K•SEITZ: (THONY/CERAMI;yROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY/ GRANTS/ OQ.DONALD,R .yC00 R:/MEDICAL COLLEGE OF PENNSYLVANIAJ . FRANZOMATSCHINSKY NIVERSITY OF PENNSYL THEODORERUCK: LEANOR ROOSEVELT CANCER CENTBR, DENVER VANIA MEDiCAL
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73 III Re -74 2 P.JR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 73 I?I Re2-74 s.p. S'P_aeberer,~ A..F.; Chortyk, 0. T. (U. S. Dep. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv., Richard B. Russell Agr. Res. Cent., Athens, Ga., U. S.) ANALYSIS OF VOLATILE pYROLYSIS PRODUCTS OF TOBACCO COYSTITUENTS. ' U. S. Dep. Agr., Agr: Res. Serv., Richard B. Russell Agr. Res. Cent., Athens, Ga., 12 p. (1973) (in English) *Keywords:* stearic acid, cured, constituent; stearic acid, smoke, constituent. G *19_74, No. 9, Sd 3624* *d* ToLacco cLcnistry. . . . . . . _ , . - ..~._ . i , 0 1 + f1 d 0 ci S'
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50254 7654 0 QA ;76 t COMPUTERS--PROGRAMMING/ !ADDISON-WESLEY SERIES IN INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMEttT/ f , Ha 962 I -- _ _ ----------~....-.__. U a[1 C1 n 1"i U LINEAR PROGRAMMING by Uniuereity of Chicago ADDISON-WESLEY PUBLISHING COMPANY Reading, Massachusetts - Menlo Park, California London •, Amsterdam - Don Mills, Ontario - Sydney
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50254 7655 a .i Arch. Intern. *ted. 128(1)88-93(1971) OZ o Antioxidants vs Lung Disease s.~. . , .Jeffery N. Roclim, PhD; John (3. 'HAdlpy; ~ and Daniel B. btcnzel, PhD, Richland, Wash Oxidation of fatty acid methyl esters was nwryedly 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• rectty attacking the double bond. Phenolic antioxidants retarded NOj y but not 0,-oxidation. In aqueous media. 0,•oxida• tion occurred by direct attack and per- oxidation; NO,=oxidation by conventional peroxidation. Both were retarded by phe• The photochemical air pollutants, ~ nitrogen dioxide and ozone, are ~ .~ t/ () () j'j (`j sinjilar& tty t t)icy are hoth strong nolic antioxidants. Exposure of rats to ppm N0, for four weeks resulted in reduc tion of polyunsaturated fatty acids-in er_ vitamin E-depleted group. Exposure to 1.0 ppm ozone resulted in death from pulrr,* nary edema of all animals within 22 days Lethal time for 50% of the popuiatwn (LT.) was 8.2 days for vitamin E•deplcted animals, and 18.5 days for those receivir; i vitamin E. Vitamin E appears to protecl ; against the biological effects of photo ` chemical air pollutants. tive antioxidant, on the effects of ozone and NO,. Expcriment
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50254 7660 L'Il; 'L•ICAiIJ~:;7r l;i,S ri:• a Sourcc of C,:iioa ..... ~~• i
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50254 7662 f uP ~ " ~ 6Oi I3;o: 'um:ce dur G::ru::gen unte.r IKsmider?r H ];ur.n der Hefe, fiir Stuc?ierenc?o dpr und drr Giiiun~,*s~ewerbe, TechniLcr, G-irar.gsbio13;;czi u.ici Chcini'cer. Ikr]in.l.'. da Gri.ytel,, 1~5:'.. 4sA p. 1lius. z5cm. 1. Fer:uentation• r. Title. Qi?60LIi? ~"~ 52-23~ ~ j ~ Library of Go:,gres; . t~ .S ;('j fi ~ 0 1 i a
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50254 7661 1}.~ . . ` --«.- i-cy C. O:~Y(!u AS PI.j'.-l;vi: ArLTii FQa 0, r:,1'I:';: .:'_":.IC1lTF0:.S, I5 y JaF,n C. Lef: int t e'- ~~af 1-.'JUib .l. 11.:C~ItC1V. 11 Y 1 1?70 ~. .1. ~ A Collection ot Pat^r.L^ }Zt\'tlOlci3 Tobr:cco Co. , 'WinSL-O!i.--.ciFiiC: I i # ~ 1 ~ I . i ~
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50254 7663 tift~~: ~tt~, Davc1optucllt sc1:ed)ilr~ or new uru.; ])ro:I:ict:. \ov: V„r -., 1:. Pierson, iG1.J. Iv, 1`_'1 p. 26 cm. Ineludc•s "WorL• shects" and "Flow cb::rt.,s." 1CiDllograptiy: ti. 5J-1i0. 1. 1'hurmaceuttcal researc! .^. Drud tr:ule. z. '1'it!c. I;S1Ul.ll-1 61u.1072 .10_ a 1 Libr:u•y of Cuubrc,s .~,..••.
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50254 7647 SNUFF/CIG S/PIPE S!r'OKING/TOBACCO--POETRY/TORACCO--SMOKING--FAVORAPL1: LITT:RATURE/ TObACCO- DVF.RTISING/TOBACCO--}IISTORY--ENGLAND/ TO}iACCO--14F.DICINAL UST:S/ REF amer , TS i3`HE AOKER' S TEXTBOOK: (A COLLECTION OF 14 PAMPi1LETS in A CO'0iON BINDER) 2240 / (1889, Liverpool, Published at the Office of "Copes Tobacco Plant") }}a ~/COPE' S SMOKE ROOM }300KLETS : 1890 No. 1 THE S'dOY,ER's TEXTBOOK , Liverpool, 1890 No. No. 2 THE''S" ER'S GARLAND, PART I, Liverpool, 1890 3 James homson: Selections from his contributions to Cope's Tobacc, No. No. No. N0. Plant 4 Charles amb: NPEFT}LS ,-Liverpool 1890 5 Thom:~ ,arlyle: ABLF. TALK, Liverpool, 1g90 6 T E•/S~tOKERS GaPLA`ID, PART IT,;iverpool, 1889 M.i'B}:R: ALL ABOUT IT by.J.- Ga/'?addo~%f, Liverpool, 1892 7 No. ~ 8 ('E' S MIXTURE SELECTE~"'TROJd iITS"TOAACCO PLANT, Liverpool, 1893 No. 9 v~,IPES L`riEERSC}L1UM,, PART III AMERICAN PIPi:S~-_Part.I, 1895, Liverpool No.11 THE'SMOKER'S GARLAND, PART III No.12 PIPES & ERSCHAUM, PART II PIP, : ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN, Liverpool, 1896 No.13 John skin: N)II~iSELF & THINGS IN GENERAL, Liverpool, 1893 No r14 TH$ TORY A SIR [J.4LTER RALEIGH AND A DAY IN A TOBACCO FACTORY ~j l' ~$y tJos~h attaon;i Uj/erpool, 1393
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50254 7659 k.JI: C3.Pti:;S :JU. PA Si'ISLI:I' •HatbAsch; !!. (tlnivcrsid ade Sao ?au1o, Ii,:;tituto l3io-Medico, Departon,ento F3siolugia Farroacolooia, Sao Pau1o, :.rasil) Tf[;: CIG~ ;;;':'TE AS A SOU:C.". OF CA^.COti Y.01SOXID'c. *(i)ie : 1F.3rettc .z1s ::oh:cr.r.:o::ox;;dquolle.)* Arch. Toxikol. 26, 251-^61 (1970) (in Gerinan with Fnglish surs:Oary) *Kcywords: * carbon mo::oxide, sroke, constituent. *1971, No. 20, W 8906* *Im* Tobacco medicine(chemistry): G~ .~ i i o n i i CJ 1 6 7 1
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50254 7666 i ; 11 11: (i966) 1 i i 6 a,-i ("i n t i G i -1 mw - rN ;a=. .Y+.o:. Cl ::P:I:; il:l;1 xe:T C•:1 :V$ CC:'~Tf?iSL':f r useo cnd ic ch r,o1 c- .) a:':SC:: Fri!its (t'2rJ5) F i ~
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50254 7664 ~-~kEae+r~~~"` PERtODLCALS IN TIFE FIELD OF U55PlBC.:N 'ON P1AN3 !~REEDING lK i96:1.
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50254 7669 .__.. 'R;>Ck'; PE;t{X:~~:`'Lr1: AI. 3;t?~..,1967,~ ~ ..h . . . ,. . ..- -,.. ....r. ~ u Q fj ~~ i, Al.ec Jorden Associates; '.n,_- :1.AFNSEI. RECEIVES PERK:[N KKAA'L F{)2 Ei I
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50254 7665 - - - C ' ~tS:~CDUl,~, i i n~n.~~~~ti'r ~., .. cF;, by t9l:)t 1 1) r'J LL~! ys~;~:~ L+L4.v k
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. 50254 7667 ~. _ ,......,:; .^. . . :.~,~i'i .. ~'t:.._. .. ~. - :._ ._... . _.
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50254 7658 ® Advances in NUCLEAR PLAGNCTIC RESONANCE./ EDITED BY MAGNETIC RESONANCE JOHN S. WAUGH 4Qi HIGH RESOLUTION NMR Ha p -476 IN SOLIDS t, .. SELECTIVE AVERAGING SUPPLEMENT 1 Advances in Magnetic Resonance I -3AX-PLANCK.-1NSTr71'T FUR MEDIZINISCHE FORSCHUNO HEIDELBF'tO, GERMANY 1976 ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London A Subsidiary of Harcourt Bracz )ovanovich, Publishers ~ n r, , c; t~, i 7 u
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50254 7652 P...c a,~ Q-~,~Ctr• `Gc 7) 11V . ~ nA A ~ a ~., rfpu ~' ~ ~' i I~ `J ~ 1 U .. I y - w _ dw . ~I r~. _ . ~~ ~ -' ~~ ~ OC~~P ~u~i~P~Vy - B. Stoianova-Iv...uva, P. Hadjieva and K. Mladcnova . Univezsity of Sofia - Department of Organic Chemistry Our earlier IR-spectroscopic investigations (I) esta- chiefly symmetric kctones have b:en found in plant blished the presence of significant amounts of a car- ~ waxes. bonyl compound in the fractions, cluted with benzene- Palmitone has bxn found in wax from Sandalum .ether, as well as in the first ether-elutcd fractions, album (5). 15-nonacosanone has been isolated from G.i i i U(i i i uI .J 6 4
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50254 7671 2 L1.~ itiJS.!}r111 4c " ~k~t~.it~ . :~ ~_ctl_tests ot' tr:eor-.c: on 1un~; cFlieer etiuioL:y. Frclc; U::iversit;,~r cf North Kculina :;;: .:c::;un. on lA1TiF; C;,rlcer ::nd ;=lauicin6, Gi&,jel hii2, 4Ti.l W, 1955. () s 10 0 ('1 .
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lerror.d of AppticA P>>•cboJoty 1971, Vol. $S, Xo. 6, $70-979 PRICE, BRA\I~ \~~\TE, AND PRODUCT '' CO\~TPOSITIOV ~ 78 XI Ad -79LI-T:IRACTrRISTICS AS D1:TEI:\I INANTS OI~ S rP' \LITY t 1 YEI:CEI~'I:l~ QIT : S.P. JACOB JACOIt1',1 JERIZ]' C. OLSON, A\D RAT:(ft-"X"IiADDOCI:;; --__~ _ I',nd„c [%ui:crairy _..- - -- i .. r 11'hile price and brand image have both been found to be determiners of product quality pereeption, the potency of thr•se two cues has never been direetly compared. Moreover, those studies which found price to be a dctcrmincr of pcrccivrd r)uality manipulated only price information, without permitting actual eompo5ition characteristics to vary• across brands. A 2 X 2 X 2 X 3 factorial cspcrimcnt, using 136 adult male htrr drinkers, and four test bccrs, cxamincd the c!Tccts of price, composition rliffcrrnees, and hr,rnd imagc cues on the pcrecption of beer quality. I'ricc was furmd to scrvc as an indicant of pttxluct qnality whcn it was the only cue availal,lc hut not when cmbcrldcd in a multicuc sctting. Brand ima;;c had ra stronger effect uhnn quality pcrccption, particularly for brands with -.trung positive images. In addition, it was found that neither pricc nor brand name had sil;niticant effects on I)crcr•ivcd quality e~crtst when pruduct composition charactcr- istid were allowed to vary betwcen prr,duct slmplcs. L:rst, in contrast to earlier findings, . the data sur gt•st that bccr drinkers possess at least some ability to distinguish among diilcrcnt brands of hccr on the I,asis of composition (i.e., taste and aroma) cues alone. As the literature on perceived risk (cf. Coe, ence. Of these cues, greatest attention thus 1967) dearh• dcmonslratcs, consumcr rurchasc far has been directed toward hricr. Shapiro r . .1........1.. .....1... .......l:.C..... /1(V.C\ .M...1 /t..f "-i,•n :o •. ......... -r () 0 tl 0 C 1t1, 52 50254 7640 L- I
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50254 7672 ~ ,. in t.h, :% :.tli, . ~.1 :. }%. F.i1C! t.~ i . Cc2~- .;r; i.. ~.`.-; '-U;21tsd :~Mr i! to to-rriFlt :~o. 1~: 'S c~ ~. . f:ect1tht `rc3uc~t.{U: t tsr~ `•'~' iC:?1 ~i9S~lsl :,. Ce \_ _ .! () . "~ i"j (} ~
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50254 7673 . . _.- --_. _ ._ . _ ._..._.. .__- _ . .. .._..._ _•~.. .. .r_ .. ......_ _.. .. __... _.:__... ... _.._~_._..... SMOKING IiAP,ITS--STATISTICS/ ?'OSACCf1--S`'c?r:INt.--PSYCiIOLOGX/ 1'.EI.AI`OI:IAL SCIENCE/ /STATISTICS--Pti•:DICIPvL/ I'unLlc Hr:•Ar_•riI 1loNocr,chll No. 77 . . , ~, ~,-~ 73 X Ta3 ~~T_`ic1:1~011 Xl~l t.~lC,' ~.J ~J~it~.'C,C ~kaCr...'`.' ilre ili:alysis of Residence Ilistort:es Karl E. T<<cuher YJ.S. DEPATiTMrhT 'or l,c•.oilzrd Clliaz•r.c' Jr. I ' ' ' HI LTIi Z;nUCAT IO~ d l~ 1LhAIIL :,' an J. PIIL'1.IC Yl1:AL2'II SERVICE ii .) j C1 ~/ i) ti ~ ty J
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; ( ] :-i :) C; ;, 50254 7680 ~:- t.:. i`~` •. ~ ~....s C~rr~:I Scl. Tctd~~v 4 (?r ~. 5; 3-S' -I64; :C5 .
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50254 7677 ~~`~~ ~ ~ ` ~ ~. ~:;.f ` -~ ~i i~ ,'k f i~ L.. j' :~ i~. ) D! 75 VIII .e-~79 f'.1`:' ., } EC~'' • 4 0"~' ("^ 'i')!: ~' • t t7 ~.1~~~tr I A- S.P. L- &WT%°.R'#?d for.t*~ l. ; c r: h 3:, i 97 p C. H. Yuill t {- 1: I:'!'i}I{.~. f }~3 f'r'':' cr ^J for .•. , , l). (•. {; 1: r ,- : :;Aid Ol U,i +• fi n Ci C1 1 a 2i 9
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TRI.hSLATICN RLZIN--TOBACCO/CHLOROGF.NIC ACIDS-TOBACCO/ 50254 7676 TOBACCQ--AI{L YTIC.~;•_I~THODS/...._ - - -----~--- ~.... _,,.. - .~ RJR CLASS ::Q. TRAiCSLE`TION fi~" flaeusernunn;:.',i: ; Waltz, P. (Ve:einigte Ta:iakfabriken AG., heucha*_cl-Serrier=s, Switz.) A Rr,.vlr+ Sc.r-CTR LPt:OTO~WTRIC ::i:TE10D FOR THE DET£:~~tMZTIO`I OF CHLOROGENIC ACID E:D R~*I•I:; I:: TOBACCO. *(Eine ~~e!arc-::~to~etrisr.he Schnell^ctho3e zur Bestic=ung von Chloro- gensaure und F.utin im Tabalk.)* Beitr. Tabat:fc;rsc::. 1962_ (_do. 7) 275-54 (Nov. 1962) (in Germ:.n with Con-?lete English Translazion) '/---;973. 3, L; fit}a* *lrt:*
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k!ailtfu;^.. V. 13. 1 i i V4 .~ I'• t'S. t4(-fi. S
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50254 7686 !1_U uilmant:, Fritz, 1Sii:- ed. Eneyic1ul;:id:c drr teohnisci;en Ciien,ie. 3., ti•olli~ 1:eU gz stalt:fe :1nfi. ;n G':nieinschaft lnit S. Bra;:e tet nl.l n::;rn rol• Wilhelm Fc~-rst. 'Mliinchen, Urban & Schwarzenherg, 1931 - r c. lllu.., dintirs. 28 cm. (;ovre:.Ts.--1. Bd. Chena.cher Apnaratebau und ~'ertlhcer.st:rhn;s. 1. ChemIstry, Tr•chnfcel-Dt.tIor.arlek-Gan::anh t. Fc_:xt, V.'ll- heirn, lbit3-• 2d. t[.'!1'tle. 'I'PJ.UGj~ - ~'~ 1 52- -253"6 Lihriuy of Ccrhrv:3 I :4 L,'21 :j .3 i () C [, u 1 %~ 9 £;
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50254 7668 sys!ematisch und n1p?eabrtiscl., von Gii;i- tho, i:a~zzsch liuldj Gisc•iai 1-Iuberkump. Dictiunar,f of n;ri- cuautr. :1fiEnchen, 13LN Vrr)ugscr.Gei) ;cltaft t19:;9j :.'2 Cm. Added t. l). lo French aml Spanlab. i ." 1. Agrirutturr-Dlctionarlea--German. 2. German lanoJa;i- Li~= ttonaries--I'ulyglot. i. Flat:erk•a_mp, Gisela, jotnt author. r_. S4t1.TI--2F> 1959a ' ~ 630.3 6t>-~30r(t '•. /. Ltbrary of C:oneress t£~ - T----- ~j •) 0 tl i~ a iJ ~ ~ i~ EJ I
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50254 7674 80 XI Te TOBACCO--SWITZERLAND/ DR. ARTHO/ _DR.n_AEUSER_AANN/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 XI Te Television Suisse Romande "SHOULD TOBACCO CONSUMPTION BE REDUCED" IN SWITZERLAND. Swiss TV Round Table, 32 p. (Apr. 20, 1980) (in French with Complete English translation) Tt•' qU-titi•ititi ,j1~~:Utiti~?lt includr-cl ttlt? F.TT)ICin:! atn(f tV•alth contro\Y'I:i!:. ec•otKxnic•.s •,f tht• T(,l,acro Industrl• in Stcit.•r•r1ancl. tlcivtrrt i-,int;, (•t.c. T)r. :,r1.it•) r•f thi? '1'uh,,cco !.I:un1f11vturtrrs asu,ciation and. I1r. Ifao•userr~:,nn i)f' i~hilip ~k>rri:,-Europc., repm.sent#Al tt;:• cn•iss Tobacir•o Indust2~: in +.hat 6•h,ltt'. ci I C-A n a cj I .,
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50254 7687 U :i GRIGNARD REACTION/GUMS/HAFNIUM AND HAFNIUM COMPOUNDS/ HAIR PREPARATIONS/HARDNESS/HEAT EXCHANGE/HELIUM/HERBICIDES/ HIGH PRESSURE TECHNOLOGY/HISTAMINE/HOLOGRAPHY/HORMONES/HYDRAZINE/ HYDROGEN/HYDROCARBONS/ EDRORIAL BOARD FfAMAN F. MARK REF TP 9 En 1980 rmf"cd.* wui a~t oa rr.. rwn DONIAID F. OTHfNER roM.ddr wawe ad Mn. ra W.wiy M C4l/mi+. M+Wef KIRK-OTHMER ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY CHARLES 4 OVERRERCfR u-"*Y a1W-hg'° A WIEY41MRSCIENCE FtJRl1CAT1ON afnN T, SEAeoRC John Wiley & Sons EXECLITIVE EDITOR MARTW CRAYSON PEW YORK . OROwSTER - mISRME E: Ci R c;svaAu 4WaRa THIRD EDITION VOLUME 12 . TOROfYTO GRAVITY CONCENTRATION TO HYDROGEN ENERGY DAVD ECKROTH
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50254 7690 ..; ~.:~~ . ..... . ... . _:. .} 0 1' . „ : ~ , RbON ... .. . . .a....R.v..:..~-.. ua., wi.~u..• .•. ~ . .-. ~~a ~'v .a..~... -~ . , .,. _. _ . . i.e ....._.......~., 0 3 0 o nci 0 I 7~7 2 , ~
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50254 7679 U- A ~- ?..crxa •G/'f . 6~j [/ 13438 DECEMBER 1977 -7j' EE6 • II Mes-78 S.P, POLI'bfl:R COAGULATION OF I-IUMIC___;P ACID WATERS By James K. Edzwald,r M. ASCE; Jamcs~. Hait ~!A. M. ASCE, and James W. Doak3 The bulk of the organic matter in soils and natural waters consists of material known as humic substances. For streams and lake waters the humic material is largely allochthonous and is the cause of the yellow or brown color imparted to many of these waters. In the past this color has been removed from water supplies primarily for esthetic reasons; however, the National Organics Rccon- naissance Survey involving an examination of 80 watcr supplies in the United Statcs revealed the presence of trihalomcthancs in chlorinated drinking waters (I5). This study indicated that trihalomcthane concentrations were rclatcJ to the organic content of the water when sufficient chlorine was added to produce y a chlorine residual. Evidencc that humic substances are precursors to halofo 'rm production in chlorinated dr'inking waters has been shown by Rook (11,12) and Stevens, ct al. (14). For public health reasons as well as esthetic, there is a need to reexamine conventional water trcatment processes used for the removal of humic substances or color. This paper deals with one of these prpcesses-coagulation. Specifically. he coagu latiory of humic acid using polymers and alum-polymer combinations as i~ves igatc~i. T:ie objectives of the research included: (I) Determination of the extent of chemical interaction between humic acid and various synthctic ~
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i. : Y2 L'-C-24 ~j Rre. tnt. Ceoi;.. (RIC.)?7 (7~'2) ~. ~>:~t 50254 7656 ,,,s„ ,,a •,, ,,,, , a• ~, s E~..:,:,r ~~:~ c~.t..tn.ina~~on in c,~ocala~e by cas chrcrnatosiap,ly Cempartson between the ctavcical sernt mterobufyrtc ertd value and two gaseAnomatograahy rte ftoda • By OspfllqrCii.rand K. Zi,rctKr. From Ma Crn:ral laboratory of We Swiss Co4wtatf.e, 8as1a. For many decades notiv. food chemis:s hare had to cope with eific for m8t fat, the presence of other fats and otts can gie the problem ot estimating mdK fat in mutures of f3ts or in choto- spurious rest:hs giving high milk fat contents. • tates. A Mhole series of constants was developed for this pur- Some time ago we introduced a new gas ehromato:•a;h;c pose and more recenay methods cf gas Chromatography have method (20) aceording to which the fat was saponified, t,+e also been used to determine muk fat 14e will briefly discuss fatty acids isorated and the free far.y acids then separated tron r the nost usual me:hod:. A gas chromatographic method which a earbowax 20 M TFA column. By using an internal stardarG t are devc:oped, was tried on a number of chocolate products. (vaterie acid) the butyric acid can be determined accu2!e'y. 'The re:u'ts we:e compared with other methods and they are and hence one can calculate the proportion of mi;K fat Unfor- d'scvssed below. , . tunatety it vrss found in practice, that other laboratories did nct get satisfactory results with this method. We have recently w: rr- 1. Conventional methods (Constants) ed out a gas ehromatographic method (21) where the fa:ty ac,d In t!'.a earlier years chocolate cnemists tended to estimate the methyl esters from Cj to C_r are clearly separated. The b::ryr:c milK iat by means of the Reichert-Neissl value and the Potenske acid content 'a determined accurate!y by means of an interna1 value (1,?) or the Fsrchert-Meissl value in corabinotion with the standard and the fatty acid distribution is calculated for tr.e saponification value (3). i he Kirschner value (4) and the /:lagne- remaining f" acids. Since butyric acid is specific for m-ik fa: sium valu^ (5). the Co;per v::lue (6) and the Caprylic acid value and since the buty+ic acid content of the milk fat rs tairl! con- (7) were also reconroendedfurtt.ispurpose.Since then and for stant, this method should be vary suitable for determinin3 cze some years now the butync acid value introduced by Kuhtmann milk fat in ehocotate products. This paper describes the mrt.UJ and GroLfcld (8) had virtually bccome the standard method. in a form modified for the examination of ehocotate. The method for d^termir;ng A ano B values (9. 10. 11) was less useful for chocrlate and it required an inordinate amount of 3. Principteand advantages of the new method L'ene, reagent and material for testir.g (20g fat). One meets unexpected difficulties in the quantitative gas cnrr. All the a',ove values sre hssed in princip'e on tho lower fatty matograohie determination of t+utyrie artd canroic ac Cs ty CJ ~ C) CI ~ tI ::, 1 6 0, f;
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50254 7683 , 151 Gmel i n, Leopotd, 17$8-1853. :~`~ Gme 1 i ns Handbuch der znorgani Schen ~ c.hV miQ. 8. auLf.l. }+rsg. vun dsr ~ De Lxtschen chemi ,sehen 9e se1 1 schaft, I bearb. von R. 7f Meyer, unter ~ beraterulQ.r rnitNi rkti.ng ven V-ranz y i~et~rs : >z,er~ i n) Ver1a8 Chem~e ~ ¢ . m. b . h. T9P4 - ~ j v . drs,. 2G~crr. L.i I: 0 t1 i,i C1 i6 9 S ~
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50254 7689 TOBACCO--HISTORY --REVIEW/SMOKING AND HEALTH/'_ TOBACCO--SMOKING--LEGISLATION/TOBACCO--ECONOMICS/ 76 XI_Ha _, RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 XI Ha (Univ. Houston, Houston, Tex., U. S.) SCIENTIFIC FINDINGS AND TkIE MAKING OF PUBLIC POLICY IN THE SALE OF CIGARETS. Policy St. Jour. 4 (No. 1) 36-44 (1975) (in English) 0 J 0 0 6 0 0 1 7 0 1
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50254 7691 t . . i . . , u. J. r' crnafordl, SCi elk+fiC luhucG Cunqrci.N. [. ,: iN7r-RnqT)DhA:. SCIENT1r1C TObACCC. COhaRESS FIRSt ~t'rem~ar CcryressSCien};•f",QuP lrttinZ*iorvl .' T ` c- nu.~ Y~~LUkiFS. 1~15 ~x f' `~3 PaBQS ~n f'ronce ond in Errol ({oris 6er ~ercY . 0 3 (1 0 il n 0 1 7 0 3
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50254 7678 1..,..r .l rns..alU, .,d s.Ar r,yrb.r.ls rot. li. Na. 4. 3a7-SV~ Ps }~chometric, Diurnal, and Electrophysiological 80 II Ey-80 Correlates of Activation S. P. Paul R. Clemeats.l(Wj#rD:`Hafera and Mary E. Vermillion Ittinoes Institute of Technoloey Several studies were performed using Tbayer's Actisation-Deacth•ation Adjec- tive Check List (AD-ACL). Factor analysis of college students' scores identi- Sed a single activation factor representing a continuum ranging from aleep through wakefulness. Ne:t, changes over the diurnal cycle in activation factor scores were demonstrated. One-week test-retest reliability was also investizated. Finally, activation scores were related to pulse rate, respiration rate, and skus resistance level under passive and active conditions. Correlations between factor scores and electropbysiological measures were higher than were inter- eorielations of ekctrophysiological measures, indicating that scores on this re4ised activation factor represent a valid measure of phenomeno!ojical bodily acuivation kr•el. A review of the history and development of ti.ity (Harris & Levine, 1965), novelty seek- scientific psycbology reveal, numerous at- ing (Zuckerman, 1972), and wakefulness tempts to establish the relationship between (Magoun, 1963). behariora!-personality characteristics and Refinement of techniques of electropbysio- G th~ir ~tadertfi~•ing~ •~hyqologycal4ene{ie tiledi-(1 lovical recordinQ, computer technology, meth-
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50254 7684 COPPEI:/ SII,VI:R/C(!L*1/'l.I';C!CAP,":IiR•iJ*iGRCURY/rCAt7DTPM./YTTFTt"•t/1.ANTliANIDr`7,1CTINInF.S/ TITANIUM/ZIRCO`lILTi/BAFNIL'NIi/VANADIU`i/NInRI1TM1/TA?dTALUAi%C1:R0?[IUtiJA~OLY]3Dr.NiTt/T11tiG5'iE ld/ MANGP.NESE/TEC''..'.T.TIiiM/Rlll:?1IU*i/IRnN• /P•PT11rr:Ilrt/oSr'Ii~tiCORt~LT/l'110DI111t/IRIAIL'1/idICl;)rL/ PALLADILTt/PLATINU'i/ HF.TAI.S/SYNTIIF:SI:S/FrRROCENE/ MET1ICllICtTM CIIIMICUM A Critical Survey of Proven Methods Editor-in-Chief and Their Application in Cliemistry, T" ~ , Natural Science, and Medicine . ti riedhelIi1 Korte . ; Volume 8 -'I~' -~'j')a~`~~gonof Edited by ~" K~.~rt ~.~rt . N1e, C~enzU : ~°a`'lis.tl .on. Metal +,~~ . - Derivatives ri.ans /_.Immer 2 imewcti, .: .lrrcA Academic Press • New York - London - San Francisco 1976 Georg Thienie Pubiishers Stuttgart i: a ~ n~"3 i~ {i t6 t1 0
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50254 7591 III T)u2-7R ~ Seifen-0le-Fette-tdachs.~-10'i. .1r,.- Nr.2n/1q77 S.P. ~/VFRPACY.U?I(: l1NT) TRANSPORT, VFRPAr:KtI*,:CS?tASr11T*IEN,- MATFRTAT.,-MTTTF.T, AEROSOL TECIINOLOGIE. 11 FF.A-AF.R 1SOT,SC(1NOP.F.R UN?) 7. FRA-AT:ROS01.:11iSSTFT.T!1l,:G in Brussel, 20. bis 23. Sent. 14777 Ei/5wirkung von Chforftuormethan auf dfe Ozonechlcht a~ S r tratospharo . rof. U. 1l. lih1mJr. Dir. d. chcm 1n.titutc.d K f h . rrn ur.c ungsanlage . Julich (Iitmdc;tcpubhk Deubchland) Zucrst wurde die Ozonschicht, drrcn I'nt.tchunp, sa.cic +lercn schr variicrcndcr Aufbau bcsprochcn urnl auf c i I mc ct++a gc tcduktion der stratosrh;irischcn Ozonxhicht cinccgan9cn, wckhh hr+iinct durch Emissioncn, .on Sti;{,ocidcn dcr Abcax I>,xhflicgcndrr I Iuvcuge duekt in die Stratucpl+,re, von C'hlmflus +rmcth:urrn, dic al: Trcihmittcl fur Spriihdoscn dicnen und durch die .thuhtc f:mi..iun von Distick- stoffoxid durch Dwicum; an der lirdul.crllachr m+igliih ist. Die I-K1V- Messungcn in der Atmospharc wurdcn als ulkr.in.rimrrtcnd mit den erzeugten Dtengen bezetchnet. was nicht aimmt, d.+ cs noch nicht gcklarte Senken fiir die FKWs cibt. Dir I'racen nach tier Anzahl. der an den Rcakrioncn bc;etlictcn Sub,tanccn, dcs 1'ran.ir+rtcs dcrsclben, den photochemischen Reaktiunen und die nicht gcnju bckannten Rcaktionskonstanten fur dic S1odcllfrrcchnun,cn sintl offcn. Dahcr sind die not..endiecn \Icscunccn schr schwicri,_. ctkn.o wic die Eich- vorganse. Prof. L7Jialr sprach auch von moclichcn lrrtumcrn und von dcr Vcrschicdenhcit der cercchnctcn Oconabnahmcn. Dahci wird z- Z. bei der Reaktion NO + 110, = NO= + Oif cinc eroftcre Ge- se~s+indickeit als truher ancenommen, wodurch gcgeniiher dem NAS- port (a~rosol repor%, 13,~~2~1, 1976) sich cin zwcimal star3 .ererr ~z J~ onabbatt~rreatinet. Ptof. Ekhahlstclitttcst4Rifi cinoch tu friill is1~ m etwas Endgultiges sa€en und entschcidcn zu konnen. Natier Aerosole Einwirkungen t::rt die Gesundhelt..;. , des MenschenT_; • Prof. Dr. J. J. Sciarra, Brooklyn Coll. of Pharmacy, Long Island University Brooklyn (USA) Die wcitctc Entx+icklunc auf dcm Acrosoigcbict ist +vcFcn dcr Ozon- theoric schwicrig. Doch miiascn nach ++'ic vor die Iscst:mdtcilc eme! Sprays ausreichend toxikoloeuch gcpruft sein. wotki auf Sch.ider durch Inhalatiun oder auf dcr liuut, bcsondcn auch bei tcchni.chct Pr5paratcn, zu acluen ist. Prof. Sciarra sprach von den 1'.tuikclchct tincs Acrusoic, ++cl:he in eincr Groltcnordnune sun 05 bis 5 Sfii:roi in der Lun;;e hancen bleibcn kiinnen. 136 aUcn 1'nrmui;crungcn sowcit essich nicht um phannvcutischc Inhahtionss;,r:»s handc!t, so d:trauf Rucksi.ht ccnommcn +ccrdcn, dai3 ai!c i'rtikckhcn dcs Sprav Fro[kr als 10 Mikron srnd, ++as sich auch auf gcrins toxuchc Sub~!ar zen tsczieht. Dic Bchauptung. daf3 die stciccndc 1lautkrcbsrote in viclcn Tciltn dt Welt auf den Ozonal,bau durch die FKVV's zuruckcufuhrca sci, i faisch, dcnn sie ist auf die veriindcrten Lclxn•l'c++'ohnhciten zi tuckzufuhrcn. Prof. Sciarra env:.ihnte das PAqua.ul-Ventdk (acros report 16, 233 und .5:. 1977) und ncmntc cs cinc cwcllcntc Losat cr auf diverse lntu.ikationcn cin, d dcs Otonpruhkntc. Dann ging jeduch stcts auf vollie i.tl:chc Atmendung oder haupts:ichlich a absichtlichcn hfiltt•r-.wch zuriickzufuhrcn warcn. AbschliclScnd richtc Prof. Sciarra an die ge:imte Aerosolindustrie dcn Appcll, noch eng zusammcnzuarbcitcn.
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50254 7646 nera o t m tontact w ~' ^ ' ~ ~ / [[ I:NVIP.ONhfEIiTAL 11E: ~LTH ~ „/,,,A L` ''y%C /d- ; M mulaspinncrs' canccr ". Cancer--CAUSATIOti: E.Y, .C11EP1ZCpLS/rOAL : TAE// AII thrsc phenomena were the results of undcsigncd and ~ unpredictable " natural " experiments on a grand scale-the British Med. Bull. 4(5].G)314-325(1946/19'47) u~oresccn outcome of one or other aspect of thc current 76 X Ha ~ . . •Cl~o 1~bctcc•o) . CIIEMIST~tY OF CAI2CINOGENIC COMPOUNDS ALEXANDEIt~lEIADDOtM;~-M.D., D.Sc., Ph.D. G. A. R. KON, 1~LA., D.Sc., F.R.S. 'C3.rtts Btalrj Rasmd. IartituKr, Iiqdl Cseur Na,pital (Fra), Loitdo~. I Nature of the carcinogenic ageot ia coaltat and pitch • 2 Benzanthracene homologucs 3 Chrysenes and bcnzphcn;tnthrer.p 4 Possible implicatiens for the spoctancous origin of cancer 3 Oestrogcns and cancer a Nitrogen- and sulphur-containing analo¢uq; 2-ataioo derivatives of oaphthalcna, aathraceno and duoreaa . 7 Azo compounds f Derivatives of 4aminostilbeae 9 Miscellaneous substances : radioactive elemtats, arsenie, . urethane References . il used in lubrication-the so-called i i l h industrialization. I-iow frequent such cnvirotur.ontal cxpcri- ments have been and still arc, and how fascinating in their variety, may be judgcd from Dr. Hcnry's (1947) accountt of cutaneous cancer attributable to chemicals in industry• T`ue next stage was clearly that of systematic inquiry, and the first essential lay in the reproduction of the disease at will. One of the earlicst attempts was made by Hanau in 1SS9. Inspucd by von Volkmann's paper, he tried to induce cancer in rats rnicn with1kn ethereal extraCL and dogs by painting the skin " mit Hallcnser I3raunkohlca- theer ". but without result. Success proved tardy, just eluding Bayon in Britain in 1912, but was finally acaievcd by • Yamabiw-a & Ichikawa in 1915, when they produced undoubted malignant cpithclial tumours by application of coaltar to the ears of rabbits. In 1918 Tsutsui (a pupil of Yamagiwa) showed the advantage of painting the skin of miee as a method of biolot•,i•ca1 testing of carcinogenic tars- a simple technical variation which was nevertheless to have a profound influence upon all later developments. In 1922. strict proof of the carcinogenicity of soot was obtained whea Passcy produced malignant growths by painting tho skin o: 6 : ,
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50254 7692 - - - ---_.....'"""'108ACCO-WEidZY?-tF.S/- -TOBACCo- ..NITR&M-!iL...._- , 73 VI Da2 RJR CLASS N'0. PA~'HLET 73 VI Da2 `• Dalling, M. J. ; Tolbert, N. E. ;- Hagemsm;l,-R.--ti.- lchi,rsan S tate Univ., Dep. Biochem., East Lansing, `iich. ; Univ. I1? ., Dep. l.gror.., Urbana, Ill., U. S.) It;TP.nCELLL:LAR LOCATION OF NITRATi: REDUCTASE AND NITRITE REDCCTASE. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 283 (No. 3) 505-12 (1972) (in English) *i:eywords:* nitrate reduct3se, green, constituent; nitrite reductase, green, constituent. *1973, :;o. 7, iJ 2807'. *1m* Tobacco 3,-.riculture: U.~ () Q' n fi 0 f/ 0 4
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50254 7697 +.`. 1 <<' ~~'r ~ . . -. . . . .. . . . , _. f ~. r•Jc C_. !,<::; r;o. rAM?, Ii,~:, ~~,^.,r ~ s-- !T=?.iic=l,ur,~~ Acta7 r.tyd Csrbon Cc , F?ttsburs,h, Pa, U. S) I::;3 O~, ~ TJ~r. " :', t• ':Tt! f.,, `.,.;.t;L:1P. CAD1.'~ ~ 1 V FII.ii:i~.. 1 T s ~._ „~ .,.• .. .. .. } t .; ; .., tnYi.f: ~954, !. p. (cc~. 19~~~~tJ (i~. Ln;,li:,h! .~ . . Totio^_cC. I1CiL i:antio^ed. y f-1??3, ?:o. 14, 11 SS45* *'2m* , iobacco ci. cr.~ i ~t1';•(r.i::nufacturo (i s+, a n i, i? 1 7 i 9
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50254 7696 U ~ CHI:MISTRY, INORCANIC-Vols. 1-24; 26-27 rrn~;a;t;u. r,o.kttt) ~ ~Comim-chcasive Inoigcinic Chcmistt•y J. c.fr~u.ttt JK., uiL"ta 0iPI•'.P.G~MON TEXTS IN INOfiGANIC CIlFMSTfiY, Vols. 1-24; ;26-27 REF QD 151 Sn 1973 NQ1T-STQICI-IIaMa.ETRIC COMPOUNDS D. J. A7. Bevan TUNC~STEN BRONZES, VANADIUM BRONZES AND ~ RELATED COMPOUNDS ~C~/9i`~ ~'E ~/ur L~1~ /y~J C(ICY~ N.CiiEL4GG !i?1 ~ ;P: ~aSCnDnlile~ . Chapters 49 and SO or Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry # 1/'q', SL PERGAAION PRESS OXFORD NEW YORK . TORONTO SYDNEY . PARIS . BRAUNSCHWEIG
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50254 7699 , *1974, ido. 16, W 6545* *di. u.~ n o n.ci o 1 7 74 X Is SMOKING AND IIEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKINC--IIEALTH EFFECT/HEt:OGL0EII1/ RJR CLASS NO. PAT`1PHLE'1' 74 X Is ; ' Is(GenaF,er,tr, oft He. ~ !iosp., Med. Dep., CoPenhaBen/llelleruP, Denmark; Glostrup, Hosp., :'.ied. Dep., Conenhar,en/Glostrup, Denmark) R:-:L.1TI0`:SHIP BETt-IEIiv CIGA:tETTE S;tOKI1'C AND HIGH PACKED CELI. VOLI.':•:[' AND I(l4-:'.•'.OGLO/iIN Lj;Vi:LS. Scand. Jour. Iiacmatol. 8, 241-244 (1971) (in English)
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50254 7675 TOBACCO---SMOKE--A.'~pJ. MCAL METliODS / • RJR TRpNSLATION TOBACCO--SMOKE--CHEttICAL COMPOSITION/ ~r ~s-+.ur+x-t *+...,~s.*r.rr ~-•~[~*.r,rr•_w rar _ , R~•!crw~ . r.r+c-:xmr'~" ^^~~ s mK+^~~- • '~ ~ RJR CLASS N0. TRANSLATION t . . Waltz, P.; -Haevseteiann, `i.; Krull, A (Vereinigte Tabakfabriken AG, Neuchatel-Serrieres, Switz.) •#tt PETHOD F0: THE QL:.':.+TITATIVE D:TER.`tISATIO` OF C:'sTEICEOL IN CIGARETTE Si:OKE. *(Methoden der Quantitativen Bestic--mung des Brenzcatechins i= ~ Cigarettenrauch.)* ; Beitr. Tabakforsch. 3 (No. 4) 263-77 (Oct. 1965) (in German - Coaplete ~ English translatioa available) ~ ~ ,-,. *Keywords:* catechol s oke constituent . i 7 . ~ . i 1 . . 1 y 1 - 3 ~ *1974, No. 6, W 2322* *d* ~ I ~ Tobacco chemistry: ) ~ . f
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Q7 151 Sr. 1y73 I ( "'}.N !'IA;•: ;At:i':,r/: :Cil'vl:'r?UM/Iall `JTT-'.t/II'0N ',i,A~Ii;:I/:1::ill':;!iP.i i)?t1"I/I'I,l~TI1L't9/ CKI:L'IRJTII IIUt/1;1tr;!)III,'./ CO lti J? I ~ !.!~i'` Si ~4FE INORGEti_i~ik~, ~~i~~~ t~~~~.1 C A A u u, ~, Volume 3. Group 13, Group 1113, Gioup 1IlA, Group IVA, Group VA, Group VlA Z~1, CCI, I i~ , Group VL~A, Groun VIII . Sc, Y, La EDITORiAL BOARD • ',Ti, Zr, I-ir ~ V, N b, Ta C F3AILA Rjp J U b i o . -, . r ana fy.blis ,ed + y _ Cr, M o, W H. J. EME-LEUS, F_RRS., Can:bridge PERGA ti1ONT PRESS rv1n,Tc, Rc London Fe, CO, Ni SIP, RONALD NYHOLM F.R.S. . , Erclusi:e Dis:ribut•xs ir :~.c fi'este.~s Hrm:RU, IZII, Z'C~ A. F. TROT~iAt~-DICiCE\SO\' Card~ OS Ir Pt S ' ' ' ti! Pl;•f3LTSHER (Executive Eiiiror) ' CO\iPE\D:l i 4 % r 1) .~ i ) (} ' il ( i U 1 4 9 4 4
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--•--- 50254 7698 .__~.~,,....r.,.,.,rIGAP.LTTES.--`tEDICI'1. J_....- IG~TTFS.-DRUf 'f ;:I5'' .f.9'IQ'i i !~ . . /C~GAR~TTES, NO'~~TOBACC 74 X Ha A)EACCO--SI'!',STITG"TES RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 X Fla Hagers't~~i(d'~u-C:i'`~'harri~zeatischen Praxi~ "MEDICINAL" CIGARETTES. *(Zigaretten.)* (1971) Hagers Ilandbuch Pharmazeutischen Praxis, 4th. ed., Vol. 7, p. 1015 (in Ge mian) ' *Keywords:* belladonna, miscellaneous, additive; stramonium, miscellaneous, additive; `digitalis, miscellaneous, additive; amphor, miscellaneous, additive; ~menthol, miscellaneous, additive. Abstract: Tobaccoless cigarettes which are or were available in Germany are described. This includes, for exampley cigarettes made from medicinal plants such as belladonna, stramonium, and digitalis,-for use against asthma, as well as camphor cigarettes consisting of a paper tube containing grains of • camphor which are not Lighted, and menthol cigarettes having a paver tube stuffed with filter paper~which has been imnregnated with a menthol solution. 4 ~
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rI:F CI[I''vta Ui'!Iif; TiJN. _' : TL''!1l 50254 7685 !~ ~-~ T \ l~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ !.~ C \ r~' \ 4 ~ ~ • '~~ ~r ~ ~ i ~ (~l 251 Iii? T~f_~1r~~L~ii :~~T ~) ~il .~ 1 11t i:~Y~L~~~~~Ti?.~ 4w~~/3~L1 ORGANJSCHEN C if E Mf I ~~ VERBINDUNGE N (! I O'JI3 !:n' PIF.RTI',VuLl.lC Ii11U CI:SfALTb:TN7 ALIFLACE IIrRAU6OlvOEDLN VON I'L, Ti, Zr, II[, V, 1\!/, Ta, Cr, Ato, W DYACDRITrT VON EL'G1;N h1t1LLrR TOhINOCN VNTRE DC7OKLLBSR>[ITWIICUNO VON 0. IIhlilt t E. LANCEIt A. BF.GNITZ LCDNIOCUA}'YN LCD.170311/.)'61/ 0. BAYER LaVERKaesN II. bfE}:r•lYEIN t• K. %IF.GLER t i.~r1N('D X1II/7 N`.F:I'AUARGANISCIIE \'EI(RINDUNCI:N 1'b,1ti,Zr,ll(, V,K6,9's,(} bfo, IY Gf:OIiC '!'f11F:N11: VFR1.:1C 5•('L"I"M.IItT ><IT 0 A6DILD•JNO6A UND 68 TADtLLRN
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50254 7304 TA 419 H C~n Su ~r~ of Ncood. New York, Academic Press, 1951. r, t1:i1 p. illus. 24 cm. Translated by Peter Oesper. "A new, revlsed Lngllch edItion of 'Holzchemle."' Includes bibliographles. L Wood. 2. Wood--Chemtstry. • F'ull name: Erik Karl Jfauritz M;gl+ind. TA41fl.1M3 620.12 - 51--VAO Library of Congres9 43 1) 0 0 0 0 1 7 16 , ~
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.50254 7705 j•(1968) '."EVzalar, a, :icbeito EI~.: "f ril:TlC CAir'VI;R-5I+J:1 0F D-GF.t3CO38 TO G-i7;'JCTOSE. PAI:T VIE1. :'1ZOPl.G!'.TXON OF STE.'BPxO`i:CaS IN THF. PP.F.SCaC3 OF CCCu";LTGJS IV:i, By hoLtiro TsuaLra, Mattakatua l:egi, ar.d Tumotaro Ssto 1 ~JC~ ASr. Enr.i B3o].as;i~:.al Cb~~ 3e'! (1io. 6) 502--90? U , t ~~._...~ -
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~ 50254 7709 TH SIS RESEARCH 21; 493-502. t98T ~ 0049-3848/81/040493-10$02.00/0 r n-33''n t e USA. All rights reserved. Copyright (c) 1981 Pergamon Press Ltd BEPARIN AEROSOL - EFFECT ON BLOOD COAGULATION AND PULMONARY FUNCTION -' 81 II He Kargareta Hellgren, _ nd Margareta Blcmbllck, Departments of Blood Coagulation Disorders, Clinical Thoracic Physiology and Anaesthe- siology, Karolinska Hospital, 104 01 Stockholm, Sweden. (Received 10.9.1980; in revised form 11,12.1980. Accepted by Editor U. Abildgaard. Received in final form by Executive Editorial Offire 16.3.1981) Heparin was administrated as en aerosol in amounts of 700, 1 300 . and 2 000 IU per kg body weight to 16 volunteers on 24 occasions. The concentration of heparin was registered with a chromogenic sub- strate methoo. An absorption of heparin via the lung was noted and the concentration of heparin vas increased (> 0.02 IU/ml) for 2-3 weeks after 15 inhalations. There was a wide variability in response with regard to concentration of heparin, thrombin time and activated partial thromboplastin time. No dose-response relation- shi va foµ dd e evel of antithrombin and platelet count were ~ Q ~ai~y ~chige ,N~untoward effects or changes in pulmonary func- tion were seen. i ,
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~. 50254.. 7.7.1.0_ ~ i.. _~ ~~.~7 1G Administrative Sci. Quarterly 9(3)241-263(1964) , s Traditional and Modern ~ /° ; ~ Forms of S cientific Teamwork ';Yfa~.,~0, rQrr~, . . ~ Traditional forms of scientific teamwork consist of freely eollaborat- j ing professional plers and of teachers and their students. The primary ' problems concern the deployability of professionals, tension between ~ the tcaching and the research•assistance aspect of the professor•student relation, and difliculty of combining tcams of professional peers with student•teacher teams. Economic and technological changes in research have stimulatcd thc development of ncw forms of teamwork involving ~% greater depcndchcc of s;,icntists on external authorities, grcater een- tralization of authority in rescarch organizations, and a complex division of labor involving professiona! technicians and professionals from various disciplines.-The distinctive problem of modern forms of. teamwork concerns the selection of research goals. Although modern.' forms of teamwork have tended to displace traditional forms in such #' helds as nuclear physics and space science, it seems unlikely that $tr dit' ial„forrr,~s h~ve jeen , or ~ ill be abandoned for most basie Q 4`~ lJ ll tl U 2 ,;Z . _ , t ~ , ~
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50254 7718 i .. , C;t,:der, Leon, ea. J,=;,irr of tha lung; perspectives; tho tzntii Ii:.iulo-ar.w s3~:~pa~:iiali. .lssocinto editor: John JL Dloyer. Nevc :'ork, Gri:1u; S- Strntton (1S)fr41 zll, lr, 1 y. Illus. 26 cm. Includes bibliooraphies. ~ 1. Lunl*e-.+,glug. i. IIabncmaim Medical G.'llege end Rrsptipa of PhlladelPhia, n. Title. QP121.C28 0 612.215 04--18SEA Library of Cu[:g-ress i7-11 ~ ~ o (1 Q 0 1 !:3 0 , , ,~
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• 50254 7719 j RC 6L'2 14th. ~ Dr D~i fus : Leonard S. te~. ) ' , i.'a,3iATt1~MS AND T?frl;!!FY 0' C:A:ZIVIPr„ . s. _=i. ~:i~.i;:... l....._.~,'. .~ uL i.:.C Ct i i!'..'. .^.l~ 0 3n 0n 0 Q ! 1 3 1 ~
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2ZE F . z 675 Ha 1973 7 50254 7717 GUiDE TO THE ` LITERATURE FOR THE r„ I+UDUS-CRIAL MICROBIOLOGlST CompilEd by vft 00>1-MY t IFI/PLENUM • NEW YORK-WASHINGTON-LONDON IyD -~- ----~---- 03 n 0 n0.-0 1 -7 2 9 ~ 1/111' 1
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50254. 771 2 73 X Hta 1(VnA,~I:O--SMOKISG--STATISTZCS/SMt^E:ING FiA ITS---RELIi:Jt;/ ,..._... ..._... ~_ ........ ..._.r..r........_....._. ~ RJR CLASS ;:0. rAX-PHLF.'P 73 X Ha ( x(nu a:fi1.)* PSYCHOL('C;ICFiL ASFECTS OF NICOTINE ABUSE. *(PF}choiarische Asaekete des Nikotinabusu:3.)* In: "Car.cen fur den Rauciier?", Hohcr,ec::-L°_riaR Grabli, ha~~=/Westf., Cer., pp. 8-22 (1970) - in Ctrman with EnSiish abstx3ct. Re~.l : ~S; /59/ J1 *1973, No. 9, W 4011)* *jt* Tobacco me:Iicine: , . . _ . . • . ~ . .saw. , . ;, 0'-3-0 0~~ 0 1 7 2.:4 I
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50254 7711 '3''dS: C.00::IX6 OF CIiII~', AND P.ECIPES: TtIB CG,T:In G OF CF1IN_4, by ETi! r tIsha and t'. v &litcrw of ilL.a-13fe Boo;cs 1S6a ! 2 Vo2a. Tfwe-Lifa Socktr Nev York ._.....-.•~.-:-Liv ,.....,.~.,T,,.T_„_,_,.q..•~... _ ~ _. . t Q ; S aQ tltl'o I 7 :2 3
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~ 50254 7713 ,. Y(Di-7) Biological ~Ejj~e~cts /,nhaled s'"Pwo= fn Beagle Dogs. B. A. MUOGENBURO', J. A. ME- w-HINNEY' ANt~. Lovelace Inhalation Toxicology Researc nstitute, .. Box 5890, Albuquerque. NM 87115. The biological effects of inhaled ="PuO= were studied in Beagle dogs. Seventy-two 1-year-old dogs, equal numbers of males and females, were exposed by inhalation to monodisperse aerosols. 1.5 Mm AD particles or 3.0 vm AD particles, of 21"PyOJ. The dogs were exposed to graded activity levels to obtain dose-response relationships. The initial lung burdens, which ranged.from 0.0002 to 2.6 pCi/kg body weight, were determined by cotinting gamma emission from "'Yb, a tag incorporated into the plutonium particles. The retention and distribution of the plutonium was obtained by radiochemical analysis of excreta and tissues from dogs that died. The 24 control dogs were exposed to the nebulizer solution without plutonium. Early biological effects observed were leukopenia and lymphopenia. Six dogs died of radiation pneumonitis between 500 and 2000 days after exposure. Twelve dogs have died with lung tumors. Of these dogs. 10 dogs had bone tumors in addition to the primary lung tumors. There were 46 dogs altogether which had one or more bone tumors at death. One dog died with a primary liver tumor. Three control dgs died by,) did not have neoplasia or diseases involving lung, bone or liver. ~evey-sioxpood dy~s ap~ 21ontrol dogs survived to 1600 to 2500 days after exposure. There appears to be three organs at risk to inhaled "`PuOi with primary concern focused on the skeleton. (Research performed under U. S. DOE Contract Number DE-AC04-76EV0I01?.) 1 8176 M~194 P 447. MUGG eA O 1~T ABSTRACTS RES ~447 I \
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L:?257 0a.707 ------ --- - ------74-Ilergy 1980, 35, 617-622 III Du2-81 S. ~ P. A New Inhalation Technique for Freon Aerosols C Terbutaline Aerosol with a Tube Extension in a 2-Day Cross-Over Comparison with Salbutamol Aerosol N. E. ERttcssox nd K. G. HIDINGER Dept. of Medicine, Larusjukhuset, Halmstad and AB Draco•, Medical Department, Lund. Sweden 0 3 ~ Q a a 4 In a double-blind. cross-o%er. 2-da% study 32 adult asthmatic patient, compared the bronchodilating effect of0.5 mg terbutaline sulphate aerosol. administered .ia a 10 cm tube extension ~ttached to the actuator of a pressurized aerosol, with that of 0.2 mg salbutamol sulphatet administered by a conventional pressurized aerm)l. New instntctions for the inhalation technique were given for the terbutaline aerosol. di%iding the actuation of the aerosol and the slow inhalation into two steps. The salbutamol aerosol was to be taken according to the instructions enclosed. i.e. coordinating the actuation of the aerosol and the inhalation. The improcement in peak expiraton flow rate PEFR valuen was similar for the two treatments. Subjecti%e a:aessments by the patients showed no differences between the (two fslEimelc. 9 i ,
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1 50 2 54 7706 \ ._ _.... . . . . _ Tsur,ura, Noba~o } Is.l'G',fi'f.4.TtC COWERSION OF D-f:*.d/COSE TO D-FFitJCTOSP.. PART xX. :?rh^:DRATIO:V AND PiJ:SERVP,TIOa 0F ?.'ILE CEY.L AS EI':.ME SQJfiSE, by :lobuzo T.wntura, MaeakaCcu HsEi, and Tora,.:It~.Iro Sato Agr. and Bio?ogical CheA~ 1.1 (No. 8) 508-91.0 (1;'67) : 0 3 () 0 0 0 0 1 7 1 8 , 7 i
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.......- II MeAl-78 S.P. . ;. CHARACTERIZATION OF ORGANIC PARTICULATE &MATTER (Contract No. ARB 5-682) California Air Resources Board Research Section P. 0. Box 2815 Sacramento, CA 95812 Final Report July 1977 ,50254 7723 ' CA/DOH/.".Il!L/SP• Y : . P8 279 20 by B. R. Appel, E. M. Hoffer,4100300 S. M. Wall, E. L. Kothny, R. L. Knights* and J. J. Wesolowski 0 3 ooooo 1 .7 3 s Air and Industrial Hygiene haboratory Laboratory Services Branch California Departinent of Health 2151 Berkeley l7ay
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50254 7700 , , A Prcliminary Study of tLe Etfcct o! Phos-' pltorus Fertilixcrs on tho Ycild of Ajowan ]F'ruits and on their Volatile Oil Content. " II Be2-79 S.P. 24 'l 4 aitd S. Il. Xlilal I'Irarmacoonos'y Dcp1., I•'aculry of Pharmacy, Cairo Universily, Cairo, ;'g)pl. ~ :~ rr . 15'v 2Uf (197) ~ .~ r 0 A cTUnt wascarricd out on thccffect of pho>phoruc fcrtilircr (catcit:m, supcrpho.rhatc), applied in diffcrcnt levels (zcro, 1(x) kr'fcrddan. 50 ),r,lfrJJ:m + 500 1(2%) foliar spray, and 1000 1('_',;;) G.liar spra)) on ihoyirf.i of ajo~ti:ui fruits and on thcit volatilc oil corrtcnt. It was found tLat tinder the conditious of thc statistically dcsi,,cJ exNri- mcnt, neither the )iclJ of ajowan fruits nor thcir volatilc oil contrnt ( both daulity and quantity), wcrc singificantly affected by any of' the fcrtilizcr treat,ncut: studicJ. 0 3 n 0 f; 0 0 I
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50254 7726 L'h`Ct.%'t'AY.hTY 1N REc£AKGh, H-A.hAG3EtENTO AND A'LI1 PRODUCT DEMQpN~>~•i~.', by R. H. Hainer, S. Kingobury, er.d T.=vvf.d B. Gleicher 1967 ?34 FAeaa Reiahold Ne',r York 7 3 8 ;
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A . 0 1 0 ~ , 50254 7708 . /<z, /9//.~, iy~-aa9 (/9-2a) Hellsrrr «.f., Pbyslotoj)rd,e rnd to+ikoloauclie Asrekie eon Zpk/unans 195 C.CQi+-ct Q G(~p>• ~ ' • Lt,a ~ p/ Lt,c - 101 9 ~1°-~- . • . . Aws der P~b/ysiologisd4n Abteilung des Paratelsrs-lnstituts Bad Hall (C}sterreioli) - . Zyklamate, physiologische und toxikologische Aspekte einer Verwendung Von H. Hellawer, E. Gottinger y~ ~ad Hall) D'Mit b Abbildungen a~nd S" Tabellen ltabbits after a 1 month daily intake of 1,2 gr. eyclamatell000 gr. body weight sho.w a eonsiderable fall of the blood coagulation factors: Quidc value, factor VII and platelet factor 3. The r- and k-time of the chrombelastogram extends. After a pretreatment with Harcoumar^,9 rabbits answer by a decrease of the Quidt value even when 0.3 gr. eycla- aute1l000 gr. body weight are given per os daily. Thus cyclamate is regarded to be a true bepstotoxin for guinea pigs and rabbits. EssaminatinR 13 organs of the bilaterally nephrectomizcd rat the distribution of intra- venously injected eyclamate varies greatly with che applied quantity. These findings show together with concomitant ones the existence of a highdt intruellular enridtment iu the liver. Compared with the taste of sucrose the well known 30 to 40fold sweemess of eycla- O ~au~tv~urol'quc t8 be 'v)lid f~y f~ concentrations up to 0,1 8/e. Exceeding 0,1 Ole and `~Fina~l 1 JIJ4he s~ «cnEss of he su plied tea decrcas.-s at first relatively and then even absolutely. Moreover the flavour of 1'/. cyclamate and of 7,SVe sucrose respectively is found to be different for many people. 4 ~``~a.z '-J ,
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RJR TRANSLAMN Zschr. psychosom. ed., 26:246-258, 1980 L5025h1 7722 .._.- COF SS-INDUCED BLOOD GLUCOSE AND LOOD LIPID CH.ANGES E R. Cervinka, M. Koller,anda-MR-I/ From the Institute for Environmental Hygiene, Vienna University (Head: Prof. Dr. M. Haider) S ummzry Conditioning of Stress Induced Blood Glucose and Blood Lipid Changes The evidence for acute metabolic changes following intensive stress arises from a number of e:perimentai studies. In our investigations we could differentiate these re- suits. as we demonstrated that there exist pronounced differences in the metaboik chantes after singie, multiple and repeated stress and that furthermore neutral signal stirnuli - after a series of sirrmultaneous presentations with the stTessor stimuli (- condi- tioning phase) may induct conditioned changes in blood glucose and some blood lipid frsctions. According to our hypothesis thes4 learned ("conditioned") stress reactions may ptay an important role in the development and maintainance of various psychoso- tnatic disturb.ncies. . . ..._....._,~-._-,.-.r,,.- • k l *) N \
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50254 7720 , I DICTIONARIES--`tF.DICIRE--POLYGLOT/`tF.DIC2NE--flIf:TIO%ARI ES--POLYCi.OT/ ENCLISP LA.tiGUlL6E--DICTIONARIES--:•tEDICIP:E/FRENCH LANCUAGE--DICTIn:1ARIES--'!F.DICIYF. GER•"tAN, LANCUAG£--LICTIOaARIES-= iEDICIhE/1IUNGAi:IAN LANGUAGE--nICTInt.ARIES--yrnICI: POLISH LA.YGUAGE--DICTIO:C'IRIIS--"tEDICINE/RUSSL*i~.V LAVGUAGF.--DICTIO\ARIES--`tEr1ICINE, SPANISH LAhCUAGE--DICTIO:.ARIES--!{EDICINE/SLAYIC LA.~iGUAGE--IIICTIO:7ARIES--`SF.DICIYE. I . Q 210 Al 1978 Eirrh$-Le nguaae • DLctLonaln.Lr of Me a'!ic and Te chn®le gy Containing approximately 8000 technical terms English Spanish . ~ German Polish French Hungarian _ .. .. ... . . ,, Russian Slovak i ~ Edited by Roald Albert and Pergamon Press . , Oxford • New York - Toronto • Sydney 0 0 : ' 7 47 c2 Paris • Frankfurt VEB Verlag Tcchnik 1 Berlin _ . -- Fli-- - t t \
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1,50254 7727 WIZ'Efc8 u`aT~-:v.SJCFtJaCli: UBE.°. DIE Y,CRO~,lNS!1TI0:1 ViY.; C?IJ.U?.O; : UN'f? GLiJCCSE MIT hrO~S~:TIyCI'::.N c' ..l. x..wY•"A.a:u , °Si nSTOI'FEN bq. Aie n F.. I:cin; : n<~~3 2iiCheol - ~taJ v<t".iGi.aI R:.1LEs'lrch on the Cp11u1oaE t'tad Glucose witr ArcmF.tic moio iram: . Hakromole. Cr.c:u. 80 iG--a4, (1S-b4) , .",:-~..., .....~~..-.r....~,-,.......:+a._._.._.-t--~+r.',...-.a.,r...-ew.....n.,...~. . . . -=.~.-+'-.. : Q 3 4 0 0 4 tl t?3 ~
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.~Y. ,~ 50254- 7714 ~~. Trar.s:a=ion a^.GTz:aj~rs'1TIO21 Gfi ti4tsvESZIM. ZI::C, Ai,iqai'L"j EaM t:CFPr^B, by Fr3 edrich L. Ha:za vn3 Escic-,i %;srZe.eb. Z7rr-n--a&.r.1s, ft-c-mas ze eAs1. G'heme a, 225. 23`a (i::7) .~ . ~ . Q ~ ~_ ..__..._. ... ~ ~.. _~9 ... ~ .._..~.± 0~ 0 4 ~ 4 4 1 7 2- 6 t ~
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773S ~ __ ; 50254 ` - 79 X Ha SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHING/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ - PJR CL.'!SS ItQ. PAi+PNLET 79 X Na, Tel egraPh Sundav Ifagaz i ne 0:lE LAST CIG^•RETTE? TelegraPh-SUnday Maa. 1979, n.p. (Jan. 7, 1979) - in English ,
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75 X Ha4 NICOTINE--METABOLISM--HU?-IAIv BODY/- iNG --~c~ci~'ne;s Yr,~ NICOTINE--DETERMINATION/TOBACCO--St:OKE--BIOLOGICAL TESTING/ 50250 7729 . •_--- •-- RJR CL&S-S NO. PA.*tPHLET 75 X lla[, Mahajan, D. K.; Miljkovic, D.; *iiljkovic, M.; Yessell, E. S. - ,. (Pennsylvania St. Univ. Coll. Med., Dep. Pharmacol.,.Obstet. Gynecol., Biochem., Hershey, Pa., U. S.) , RADIOIPLi1Ul`OASSAY OF ~I1*tA NICOTINE IN HABITUATED AND NAIVE SMOKERS. Clin: Pharmacol. Therap. 16 (ro.. 6) 1083-89 (1974) (in .L.'nglish) *1975, ao. #', 1J 1369* *d* ' Tobacco chemistry (medicine) : 0 3 n Q t1 t~ E~ 1 T q 1 .
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~ 0201 S.P. 'iWIkFALL ELQ=::KT OOi'ITEhT AND ACI -FRAM 4/30/76 T0 2/17/78, ATHEtIS, EORGIAI . V. Nabholz, S. DuBots2 ,4k`5025a. 7728 DOE/Ek'-0?~wI-~? Institute of Ecology lhi i ve rs i ty o f 6cory 1 a Atfiens, 6eorgi a 30602 . • .~ t' . . •'i . Date Pc.'S11shcc.- Aupst 1, 193'1 .. Prepared for tha D•partsant of Enerv wrr~r..r...aawiw~ro.+..wu...~s.~-..+ ~I w M./ ta O~4~M ~m r-W ~ ~ .1 I So ~.~. ..w w .ra . ~ .. ••.. rrs . rrr~ r w as+a .rWw imm.45 d w Mn...w ..~ hr4L .vft. Ar.+ . .ww M4b a/ -A 1 Yyv ~- w ~I rt"' - I-"W ~'~1l N~.1 ~'~ b.w M w1.~.. r ...~~ amt &. v ti% a ~.a .~.wryr. ~ loo" M w .~I •rrrr~ r~r• ..rws.w.w.rwurl/~i.++.w.wiVVDwM. ' Under Contract DE-fS09-?E-Eh'00641 0 3 o o n o 0 1 !4 o
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.. , ....,j i3SE 1't"OrE~`.b1S, by lt&-intz Ar= tlistcezi Gremn E~LcA~h ~c1T . ef Ad31.ction 65 ft?o. 4) (1970) - 7731 ~ 5- -0254 - - - t-.- -
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80 II Ey-80 S.P. 50254 7730 E 214. ULTRASONIC MEASUREMENT OF AXIAL MOVEMENTS OF THE EYE. K.P. O'Connor and (Chichester, England). r A ptezoetectric ultrasound transducer generates waves in air by means of the flexurai motion of Its plezoelectric element. The same piezoelectric element also responds to reflected air waves and thls effect has been used by one of the authors (J.H.) to develop a non-contacting method for measuring small axial movements of the eye. Axial eye tremor results from an oscillatory reflex response of the extra ocular muscles, and is modulated by a continuously variable feedback system regulating postural tone of these muscles. Loop parameters affecting tremor have been hypo- thesized but not Investigated owing to the dif- ficulty of accurate measurement with avbilable systems. ! f Axial oscillation of each eye was monitored in 10 subjects by means of the non-contacting ultrasonic transducer system, during three con dltIons: eyes closed resting, and eyes open fixating on clear and blurred imag,•s. Waveform parameters of till• uscillation. as qua tified by cross-, and auto-corretatlon analysi were significantly associated with the extent vision defect as measured by, visual acuity. amplltude of accommodation,and astigmatism. Waveform parameters were also highly consisten within subjects over a one minute recording Interval. Degree of similarity between oscilla tions of the two eyes as measured by cross-cor relation techniques also showed a high within subject consistency. This suggested to the authors a perlon-speclfic "eye-print" componen! of eyes tremor. The ophthalmological usefuiness, of the system and methods described here, was explored by quantifying axial eye oscillation In patients with deficiency of oculomotor regulation, and glaucoma. ~ Preliminary results and turihrr applicalltw+s ` are discussed. t -::.~t...,_...._:.
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. .. .a ; • ' ' --- ~ 502,5n 771 6 - . ---- . _'---_ - - i _ , ' )u~II MeB9 76 S.P. ; Expfori mour° 'er.-! Toximl-logy of Pyrolysis and • r p ro~tntc~ttn! Ilrallh Pc Enviro~tntc~ttn!Yol.vill,pp.J91-19C,19y5 # by I~or~3ert H. Cornis~i,* .~ 3 * * and f~ary L Qarth ,. - Data are presenled on the acute toxicity (mortality only) of lhe thernial degradation products uf pul.tncrs ahhtincd by t~~•u tuclhu,ls of dct;radalion. One sy:slcm utilized a slowly iucrca•in{; It•mpc•r:~tttre (:~°C/miu) :utd ur•ulual d.•~;radation of thc pol~•tr,cr with the rats being t•xpu~ed to d~•l;radatiun pruclucts a% the~• t~~cre ctoh•et1. Lt this .~••tem (he nture toxic polymers includcd tsuol, pulytu•o;~.~1.•nc, poly(vinyl chloride)• and urethane foant. The second s}~stcnt utilizt•d concti(iuii~ uf rapid cumbu;tiun and cxpo~urr of rats to (lie tutal pruclucts of cumhustion (or a prriocl t~f 4 hr. )n this s~•stcnt Ihe tnure toxic matorials includcd recl oak, eot(on, :rrrplwtiUilc-bulatlicnt-~Icrcnc (Al1S), and %t~•rent~- acry•lonilrilc. ]t i.> af iulerest to n~~le that the natur:tl product wool is among Ihe L 7a toxic under Ihe.e rapid cumhtiti(iun ctmcliliuns aud among Ihe mosl lozic undcr slow p~•ruly>•is eon- diliuns. (1(ht•r tnatcrialx also %:try in the cumparatite toxicity of their thcrtnal dc~;rada• lion pruclucts, clcpcn~lint; upon the eonditi~~ns of dc~;rad:~tiun aud unimstl c\pu.ure. re. ''he two t•apcrimcntctl Irch:~iyucti prc.cutcd here ma~• tcrsl rt•prcscnt th~• t~~o t•xIrc:ac cun. ditions of r:t(~id eotnl uslit n~•t;r.us elut~• ~t•tol.~is. Inlcrutcdialc tcpc• ~~f firc .itaatiuns ~~l;hole ~pet~pd /~i rc.~tll i~re~ivt•~culc lu.icitics rnutettherc hetN~rcn thcst• two catrcutt•s. 1'his report dc•al. %ti(lt acutc tu~icit~• on thc hasi, of mortality data unl~• and dn~~ •rapeelrvca i _f ......._-
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50254 ?7va II Me -81 S.P,S Cost of Land Treatment Systems ~ by Sherwood• C. Reed EPA-43019-75-003 Ronald W. Crites Richard E. Thomas Technical Report 0 September 1979 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water Program Operations Municipal Construction Division Washington, DC 20460 0 3 n 0 O Q 01 7 5 6 ,
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( 50254 7.7a4 GRIGNARD REACTION/GUMS/HAFNIUM AND HAFNIUM COMPOUNDS/ HAIR PREPARATIONS/HARDNESS/HEAT EXCHANGE/HELIUM/HERBICIDES/ HIGH PRESSURE TECHNOLOGY/HISTAMINE/HOLOGRAPHY/HORMONES/HYDRAZINE/ HYDROGEN/HYDROCARBONS/ 1. EDITORIAL 6OARD FERAMN F. A/ARK REF TP 9 En 1980 r.hwa.ar tiw.w of Nr. rs DONAID F. OTHtiER fom«h* b.ww M w.m r.w C11AR1ES G. OVERMGER LW, •~+hh r MkhiM GtEMI T. STAiORG lAiroINf .f c+rodL 4A.Mt KIRK-OTHMER ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY A WIfY-hlTERSClENCE FLOICATION John Wiley & Sons NEW YORK • CHOfSTER • OR59W EXECLTIVE EDROR MARTN GRAYSON 0~ n o n C~~ ~op7 s 2 DAYD ECIQOTM THIRD EDITION , VOLUME 12 ~ . TOROPRO GRAVITY CONCENTRATION TO HYDROGEN ENERGY 1
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. I • -- - _ b-?/~._. ~ S.P. TOBACCO--PESTICIDES---•RESIDUF.S/ Sheets, T. J.; Domansl:i, J. J.; . /. . ' 50254 . 7742 RlR CLASS N0. Pt-d°HLET VII Re6-74 s.p. (N. C. State Univ., Raleigh, N. -d. ; Jackson, M. D. PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN T013ACC0, TOBACCO PRODUCTS AND MAINSTREAM SMOKE. N. C. State Univ., report, 59 p. (1974) (in English) *Key%aords:* D7T, tobacco, additive; - TDE, tobacco, additive; toxaphene, tobacco, additive; endosulfan, tobacco, additive; endrin, tobacco, additive; maleic hydrazide, tobacco, additive; monocrotophos, tobacco, additive. *1974, No. 9, W 3292* *d* Tobacco chemistry•: ..- . . . - . . ,•~ ~.. . \ \
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50254 7730 F.XYERLKF.N^. S IN .4AJ IM~~. IiL'HAQZCiUR ~.Srb7 206 Pages St. M.arrin'4 Press, Y:uc. N" York 1 0 0 ! 7 4 6 11 1 .` i `~ '
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I I PieA -80 S . P . viitt t ~:u _ _E,PA.-Ef10L1-1f;7,037a_. J tlllr nhu5UDi1T _SMOKIl7G. HARITS/ ~ TECHNICAL REPORT DATA . (Ph'OSf rCYa/ ItiLUY[YIUtiS flrl 1111` rCVCISC hPf(rIC ramplrlin.0 12. 9. F.!'CI fyt1MJU1 SCALWfU,1IR: AN ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE INDEX FOR P/;CE ELENVIT-S. I. Fifteen Trace Element s in ~J faf ~i York,f1.Y. (1971-72) _ / At;~~Il7RiS~ ._ . John P. Creason, Thomas A. Hinners, Joseph E. Buingarne _ and Ce_cil_P_ink_e_rt_on _ •~ Pl Nt UH4t~Ni, ONL;ANI2ATION NAMC AND ADDRESS 1lealth Effects Research Laboratory and Environmental f•Sonitoring and Support Laboratory Office of Research and Development Research Triancle Park, N.C. 27711 T /?. ;PUN.'OAIt1G A„LNCY NAA1E AND ADDRESS Health Effects Research Laboratory RTP,NC Office of Research and Development U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park N C 2j711 iS, SUPPLI:MI NTAIIY NOTES.- , been found also in some populations living in regions where metallurgic processes . . . r•~ ~ ( ~. 50254 7736 -6la~-q 78 6. PE O IN.r^, ORGANIZATION CODE 8. PERFORMING OPGANIZATION REPORT N 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 1AA601 ii: Z6N1 t"i nC1icTiFnNTW-O. 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOO COVE RE 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE EPA 600/11 R R~ev~ usr,st~fie,~ hUe rev1~ tkt hair trace element concentrations can reTleC ek~os~lrei~n ~as of f an po oning and deficiency. Correlations have 10. ARSTRACI c
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-.Y BEETLES/ I MeA2-81 S.P. 50254 7743 V[.iterature Search No. 7166 0.IWfUff dwlt I(RJR-26) table of contents: I. CAB Abstracts (1972--June, 1981) II. BIOSIS (1969--Sept., Prepared by Mary Jane Pugh August 17, 1981 1981) Search s ateg • 0264 A• iry (w~'fungus yphaea stercorea North Carolina Science & Technology Research Center J;= Research Triangel Park;, N. C. 27709 An Industrial Applications Center for the National Aeronautics and Space AdrniNstration
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. .a . 50254- 7745 _ i. II Mes 77 SYSTEM ALTERNATIVES IN OXYGEN ACTIVATED SLUDGE : S.P. 1 --_ ____J By John B. Stamberg, Dolloff F. Bishop, Stephen H. Bennett U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Environmental Services Government of the District of Columbia • Contract No. 68-01-0162 Project 11010 EYH Program Element 1BB043 Project Officer Dolloff F. Bishop - Advanced Waste Treatment Research Laboratory ; National Environmental Research Center Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 EPA-670/2-75-008 NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH CENTER April ~,Q751 'j 5 7 U.SFIENVIRONMENTALNP OTECTIONOAGEhCY (~ (J + ' • CINCINNATI, 01110 45268 X l
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50254 7746 ~_. Ha:ek, K. flI~1T.0~`:~,PILl' OF P~~'Et; I..'dD :,"EiXtl--Z.l+VER E:fR0Kt.Ttk~ `:kr.IIY 1461-1S b5 A'r.D SLiI'.W:7 OF ' APPLXCf%XG;:S, br K. NK:+;wk, 2. H. IIidA, J. Kopecky _ad J. Caapa+rie. (Jonri2a1 of Chrcaaato2rephr, Suppl. Yo1. 19Sc) 1cl, 65 1041 PrSea Elafsvwtc;r Yeb3.i8hiuS Co. New York 7 S ~ '~ 0 3~~ Q ~ 0 0
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50254 7754 73 IX Re2-81 S.P. CELLULOSE--PYROLYSIS/ MIT Industrial Liaison Program Distributed for Internal Use e p o rt by Member Companies Only. C-51-81 May Not be Reproduced. ^ MlT PRODUCT COt-1POSITIONS AND KINETICS FOR RAPID PYRDLSYS OF CELLULOSE W. A. PETERS, J. B. HOWARD AND J. P. LONGWELL ENERGY LABORATORY AND DEPARTlrLNT OF C9rMICAL ENGINE'yRING 0300 A00 1 7 66 . t I-
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L 0 ~ III Du2-80 S.P. ? Pf3RFORATION OF THE STOMACH DUE TO TRICHLOROFLUORONtETHANE (FREON-11 ) 1N-GESTlON1 0 C-~~ 6) Z. BURS'fC:IN. E. HORN and B. STAN1LER ' ~D~ rIrtmcnt of Sur •ry. N hari a ior rnmrnt lluc tal, lahariy:,~lsrac 161 IJ , • Af3STRACT. Accidental ingestion of trichlorufluoromethane (Freon 11) by a healthy adult male resulted in necrosis and multiplc perforations of the stomach. ~;The patient recovered after surgical intervention. the excision of necrotic tissue and the reestablishment of gastrointestinal crntinuity. The freecing action of Freon 1 I is postulated as the cause of tissue necrosis. Isr ! A1eJ Sci 16: 392-394. 19S0 0 3 4 f! 6 5 1.5025q 7753 . ~ . . . , , ` . ~l.l.~.A4w~M /A e- ~ . i! ~~ ? r~-~ (191o) .)
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5025111 7721 TIZIL:S[JE'.MIUtd ELEFfi.NTS/NEP1'UNIUhf/PLUTONIU'f/A.*iEF.ICIUtf/CURIUl-f/ BER}:EL I UAi/ CALI FORNIU?t / EI NSTEI N I U2d / FERi•fI UM/MENDELF.V I tIM/ NOB E LI L'1•f / --~F-~ LALTP.ENCIUDf/RUTHERFORDIUM/Kl.'RCHATOVIUM/IIAHNI(fs$/NIELSBOHRIUM/ QD Gmeii, ts Hat !d!./ tJf t„i t 1 - - BEGRONDET VON Leopold GmeSin 151 Ctn 1973 der anQraanischert Chernie E Ergflneungswerk zur achten Auflage Band 7a : Transurane Tei! A 1, 1: Die Elemente - von Gunter Koch BEARBEt1Ek DIEStS BAt4DES Earl K. ffyde, Glenn T. Scaborg flEDAKTEUR DIESES CANDES Y.arl-Christ;an Buschbeck, Grnelin•Institut (Frankfurt am Main) In 2usammenarbeit mit dem Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe, wit Unterstutzung durch den Fonds der Chomie VERLAG CHEMIE-GMBH-WEINIIEIM/BERGSTRASSE-197 3 c. : p:n o 0 17 .3.~ z . :.
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50254 7737 EhiVIP.OhMENTAL MOIrITORIIvC/HAIR/ENVIRON"tENTAL HEALTH/ IATROGENIC DISEASES/CANCF.R--CAUSATION BY DRUGS/DRUGS--TOXICOLOGY/ SMOKING liND HEALTH/FOOD --CONTAMINANTS/ . Ef~VIROi' ~i`i~NT AND MAN VOL.UIVE SEVEN N, 1h ~(a z Q I. V "D n ~~ a n ~ I Dvllu a III at a V c"n, Generol Edilors 445 Le ~F-A(~ ~ Mr ~~l ~d U 6 1978 John Lenihan B.Sc.. Ph.D.. F.L.S. F.I.Biol.. F.R.S.E. 0 B E.. M.Sc., Ph.D.. C.Eng. F.I.E.E.. F.Inst P.. F.R.S.E. Professor of Biology and Past Dean of the School of Biological Scien Dnector of the Department of Chnical Physics and Bio-fnyineerinp. West of University of $trathclyde: Chairman of the Scottish Branch of the Inst Scotland Health Boards. Prolessor of Clinical Physics. University of Glasgow. of Biology: President of the Botanica/ Society of [dinburgh. 1978 1 . ACADEr.;IC PUSS •NE VJ 1'ORK & SAt! FRANCISCO .-.. .. A Subsldiary o( Hareourt Broc. Jovanovieh,Pubiishers . © 0 0 0.-0 0 1 7.q and William W Fletcher
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, 50254 7715 . .. . : :a:. ... ..t...._ _ . ;.: . .. •.: .. ••r. r .•.-, ~ . . r., . , . 2/niac.`v. 76 ~ , .. . _ . /, „ . . &.e, Vu 4 Tr~' ~ Luftchemie . ~ . r , _. .,_ Sind die anthropogenen Stickoxide eine Gefahr fiir die Ozonschicht? e Stratosphire / Stk;koride / Dun9emittel / HalopenverOindun9en / Chfortluor- v methane / W-Strahluny / HautkreDs sunl/Mrr r Apart hom bw molecutar weipht hatocsrbontt, L nitric o.lde is thought lo dcstroy the strato- t spheric ozone. Nitrous oaide appears to be the main source of stratospheric nitric oaide. Be- tause nitrous oside is a prod..ct of mrcrobial r denitrihcation In soil and water, there is major toncern that Atcreased us. of nitrogen tert4: : pr. JurQen Hahn, Max-PlanCk-Institut 14( Chemie (ptto-Hahn-In Stitut), Abteiluny Chem)e der Atmosphire und Physika)ische Chemie der I Mains NO+Oa-• NOa+Oa NOa+0--+NO+Oa , . . ters wi4 endan9er the etratospherK oSOM Ia- I atmospheric NaO. Tetlus 26 (1974) •m' 1 • S.160-166. ^ Dunpemftte/n, der ars w.~..,, ..-. _! 4. Hahn. J.: N,O meawnmeMS in the North- r ~ ~ sjlht tir~ so/che Gefahr tatsachfich, uf east Anantic ocesn. - Meteor-ForschunQs- y rir)e Adle spNen kbInenl 7 ry sypebnisse A 16 (1975) S. 1-1e. '" ' '. ~ 4 i tJteretllr: 1. SchOri• K.; Junpe, C.; Beck, R.: Alorecht, B.: Studies of atmospheric N=O. J. Geophys. ~ Res. 75 (1970) S. 2230 bis 2246. 2. JunQe, C.; Bockhort, B.; Schiuu, K.; Beck. , A.: NzO measurements in air and sea water over the Atlantic. Meteor-FOrschun9serr pebnisse. B 6(1971) S. 1-11. : 1 he North Atlantic as a source OP Hahn J 3
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(- 50254 7747 WWOed. Iiand.buch der Pnpierchroma.torrAPhio. Hi-S". son T. 3f. Hais und 1'.. Diacek. tAus dem Tschech6chen iibers. ion J. Licbsler. 1. t1 usg.y Jenn. G. h'ischer,19o8- v. ll1us. 25 c[u. Inciudes bibliographies. 1. 1'aper cbroroatoo aphy. t, Macek, Karcl, Joint ed. ti. Titic. QD271.II315 Library of Coneress ~ 3 t1 Q t~ Q 0 1 7 S 9 bD-40;:01 iGOb1i -~-~_
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N ~ %~,%~;:,~~. ~P~,~ / / lY ~ % ~ S"~ i yys ~ . f ~s?1 A Bioqraphical Dicti~nary of Notable Living fdcn and Women of Latin America =IfN 4Lj,,ATIN'AMERiCA 0 vol•1 Mexico , Central America and Panama Cuba. Dviainican Republic. and Haiti Colombia. Ecuodor. and Venezuela Brazil Bolivia. Chile. and Peru Argenlina.Paraguay.and Uruguay Third Edition o s o o n o o 1 76 , __...._..._ .~_.,. _._....~.....:..,.~.a _ ~__, , .. , `~ .jyho's- WHO ~ Cdtted bT ROPdALDPL'fON pnd„.e w.e•w• An..k" si,a». s:.daa oa..,.+r
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, sp254 7758. THE EFFECT OF A RAPID 4% CARBOXYHEMOGLOBIN SATURATION INCREASE ON ZIAXIMAL TREADMILL EXERCISE IX Re2-79 S.P. By , R. D. Stewart, M.D., F.A.C.P. P. E. Newton, M.S. J. Kaufman, M.D., F.A.C.P. H. V. Forster, Ph.D. J. P. Klein, M.S. M. H. Keelen, Jr., M.D., F.A.C.P. D. J. Stewart, M.D., F.A.C.P. A. Wu, Ph.D. • ~~1§0M Ph: D. 8700 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226 College of Wisconsin and the Milwaukee County Medical Complex, From the Division of Environmental and Occupational Medicine, The Medical Report No.: CRC-APRAC-CAPM-22-75 MCOW-ENVM-CO-78-2~ o tr d ~Q n~ cq C~''A~~ Pro ect No. CAPM-22-75, from the o~i~ti~ R~se~rcH Cduncil, inc. 3 .
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IX Re2-80 A S P. L50254 7757 CAR[lOXYHEhiOGLOBIN TREND IN Ci[ICACO BLOOD DONORS, 1970-1974 By Richard D. Stewart, M. D. , M. P.II. t ,. Ph.D. U Anthony Wu, Ph.D. Thomas A. Stewart John ri. Kalbfleisch, Ph.D. From the Department of Environmental Medicine, The Medical College of Wisconsin, Allen-Bradley Medical Science Laboratory, Milwaukee. ~ Reprint requests to Richard D. Stewart, M.D., The Medical College of _ ,.... - ~. _ ... . -,-; Wisconsin, Allen-14radley Medical Science Laboratory, 8700 W. Wisconsin ` Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53226. ` ( /f14 ) 0 3 n d 0 0 0 1 7 6 9 . tT• ,\
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f ,, 50254 7765 HB 3730 ^!e 1979 f I AA1•'JALS OF 2HFlNEN' YORK ACADEAlY OF SCIENCES • Voaurt 731 Science and Technolo Perspecfives ~ POlicy: for fhe 1980s HERBERT 1, Edired by FUSFELD .nd~ THE ~ypR1~~~~ ORK ~CIENCES ww
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'~Q$'37 MT SIV:;=.l.'ZON C1*arwoo Aa sxSIXIM:lr MI:t tix livVII-:T3-ICIA 09LL"bSZOS ~ .
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5025a 77p8 ~ O;~tI~0U0 t:acESws I;. ..rd Io 14. Pxiu STNTI0ITARY P.VA5£ IN PAPi:R AND Y'itiIil9-LAY.ER CF1a0MA7UbRA'PHY. Vm1; on;;r.c,s, L{blice, Jema I0-I2, I9-~~o &YO 3S+J V. £1~ ~~cr ~<sb12E~~.~ . 14r^~tttr~ ~..,.~
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t e 50254 7738 Tac ALMIc&w JoveNaL or CuIYIca. NcTerrww • Vol. 23. No. 2, NRrcI., 1070, pp. 261-2!W • . ees 7rJl"/Pe - 77 . 1 __.1 _- _ _-7inc is-nntrhmirrcl ic not L•nn.v,x- ---.d y;.....r u....... 1 ;w ..rw ~ s 44M lt m " ~ .I;F r.' ' L>~stat: M. KI.F.vAY,= M.D, S.D. IN IlI'G. 1 t TIIAT TIIF. ZINC CONTENT of hair is rclitte(1 bctwccn tTtc zinc content of hair and thc 1 to the zinc contcnt of the dict has been physiological factors of sul,jcct aoe, sex, t shown for avaricty of animal spccics (1-5). and prcgn:lncy-lslctation wcrc cxatninctl. ~~ A k:cscr amotutt of silnilar cvitlcncc is available for man (6). 1Vhctlicr changes 11tATk:RtAIS AND rtt•:rnous ~ iit the physiulogic nccd for zinc c:ut in/lu- •1'his swdy .aas ahpcndccl to the 1967 rutn- : cncc the zinc content of hair «hen dietary tiott Survcy or thc Republic of Palmnla spou- + 0 0:S 0 0-n A 0A 7 5•0 , i ~ -1 % k . , :,,• .. . . , I
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EL00D--CARRO:I MONOXIDE CONTENT/TOBACCO--SMOXING--CAkBON MONOXIDE CONTENT OF BLOOD/ CARBON MONOXIDE--BLOOD/ ' '. \ k 2240 St ~ RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 St 1973 . o% ? 1973 Stevart, R. D.; Baretta, E. D.; Platte, L. R.; Stewart, E. B.; in ~ H $t ~ J y K lbf l i h e• ~ Dodd, R. C. ; Donohoo, K. K. ; Graf, f, S. . ; r~ ~~ sc . a a e , A. ; ~~ Yserloo, B. V.; 3imm, A. A.; Newton, P. E. (Medical Coll. Wisc., Dep. Environ. Med., Milwaukee, Wisc., U. S.) N f j "IiORMAL" rARBOXYHE`.OGLO6IN LEVELS OF BLOOD DONORS IN THE U:IITED STATES. ,°n ~ Envir. Med: *iCW CRC-COHb-73-1, report. variously paged (May 1973) ~t (in English) :-1 ,--~ . ..~ ~1974, No. 10, H' 3985* *d* Tobacco medicine: .,,,,, .. , ~. t~... ~.+.e
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025a 7741 ! 5 : . .. tii .DkL_ 7,~5 ~, . .~ . . -iu -1e ~; ~'~ .~r %H~a~,li>w RETICULOENDOTEIOSIS~P^U'L~1~iONAR POk INIIALACION DE AERO. OL DRCs• JORGE A. DOYLE, MARTIN GOLONBEK y MARIA R. DE RAMIREZ The pathological findings obtained in a guinea pig obliged to breathe a loaded arnbient of hair spray during three whole months, are refered in this paper. , . . The most remarkable facts have been: the constant presence of PAS posi- tivc particles in every sector of the lungs, the reaction of the R.E.S., that in sonie microscopical fields proliferated like granulomatous formation and the phagocitosis of the particles by the macrophages., RIRInf:neFI. ~ '. Ar CAPILAR (~'IIA1R SPRAYI • Estudio expcrimental. (Nota Previa) o3n o nt1o 1 '153 , , r
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_-- ~ -82 To:rcorory. 21 (1981(1981) 87-4s Y I Re ; 50254. 7? 63 ~ 9 • S• P•. 4' evia ort o&n ciea i fic Publishers Ltd. ~' --- - ~ MODIFICATION OF LUNG TIJMOR DEVELOPMENT IIr• A/J MICE+ i H.P. WITSCHI. and J.P. KEHRER'e•t , i Biology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridpe, TN 37830 (U.S.A.) (Received February 12th, 1981) (Accepted April 24th,1981) Strain A mice were injected . with urethan, S-methylcholanthrene or dirnethylnitrosamine and given repeated injections of butylated hydroxy- toluene (BHT). This treatment significantly increased multiplicity of lung tumors induced by all 3 carcinogens. Two other antiozidants, butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) or o-tocopherol (vitamin E) did not enhance tumor formation, nor did methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl (MMT), an agent capable of producing cell proliferation in lung. Lungs were more susceptib)e to the carcinogenic action of urethan 2 weeks following BHT- induced injury, but not during the phase of acute cell proliferation in lung. It is concluded that the effects of BHT on lung tumor development in mice are not related to its properties as an antioxidant or to its capability to produce extensive cell proliferation in lung. ~ 3 ~ Q n p 0 1 7 7 5 , a
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liLt,F^1J/J~IjSTi:ALIA/li):f.ZIL/] 1I'1'ISIi Cl?IAivIAL TEItlt]TOP.lES/IsUI*]UDA/CA?•tBODIii•/CA`iADA/Cr.Yl..t)]i/C];ll,i ~ ICUi;~i(CULU:!~3IA/CO'~'G0, PEOPLE' S REPUBLIC OF/CHINA, ]'EOPLE' S REPUBLIC OF/COS?'A I'.ICA/ LCl)..L)UR/ECYPT/EL SAf•VADOR/F.THIOPIA/FRTa1CH OVERSCAS POSSL•SSIONS/ri]Ar]A/GUATE]•1ALA/('t':?;F'A/ RAITI/HO:~OURr1S/1tillI~f INIk123ESIA/IRA:/IP.~.(~/IiR.'~I L/3AFi'i/::Or^.;:A, DF:•iOCRATIC PEOPLL:'S RI:F'iTi3L1C C LAOS/LEBr4N0:7/LIBERIA/LIBYA/MEXICO/MOROCCO/N]'siI ZEJ'.LAND/NICAFAGUA/I:IGEP.IA/PAyISTI+s',/P.A.;JA'SA/ PAP,AGUAY/1'HILIPPINES/PORTUGUESE OVERSEAS PROVINCES /PUERTO RICO/%]IOllESIA/ SAUDI ARABIA/ SOUTH AFRICA/SYRIA/TAIWAN(REPUBLIC OF CHINA)/THAILAND/UNITED STATES EXTERNAL TERRITORIES/ URUGUAY/VEI.E'LUELA/4.'EST INDIES ASSOCIATED STt1T:,'S/ . TYiR EUROPA YEAR BOOK ....V OLUAIR II ~ ~ REF . 1978 AAf i . ~ , }4 r ca, The Americas, Asia, Australasia . .. .. .~ ..:•:, ..... . . ; ~ 173 Eu . .. . _ . A WORLD SURVEY ~ ~ 1973 EUROPA PUBLICATIONS LIMITED 18 13EDFORD SQUARE LOI`DON WCIB BJ:V . .e
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.•vr rr yui.nr r r l V I11V1L I J 1 J--UGL l.flPlul•w l uufwrn l/ 7766 CHROMATOGRAPH.IC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/ .~-NYDROCARBONS--ANALYSIS/ 5025~1 CHEMISTRY ANALYTIC ORGANIC/CHEMI$TRY ORGANIC ANALYTIC/ , MASS SPECTROMETRY/INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY/NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONACE/) P+, B QD "ri/sooiadW'ls°°•' - CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--LIQUID . 75 `- COMPREHENSIVEANALYI7CALCHEMISTRY CHROMATOGRAPHY/ Wi _ ZdAW ti 1981 O. SVEHLA, PH.D.. D.SC.. F.R.S-C. ~ Itm.A+i..rb.krlC*wtr" , Thr Qw.'s U.fanhr d 4b6W VOLUME XIII AMSTERDAM OXFORD NEW YORK IMI ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX HYDROCARBON MIXTURES PartA SEPARATION METHODS -ow by MECISLAV KURAS MILAN POPL .v C .JeJ T.rLn4fr. l.raN+. CysrM~M..kY ~Mw dQn~lc.f Tid.eirr. lr~w. CS.rAvdwrk4 E15EV1ER SClENTIFIC PUBLISHING OOMPANY Part B 'aROUP ANALYSIS AND DETAILED ANALYSIS f by SLAVOI HALA MECISLAV KURAS MIIAN POPL L
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50254 •. 7769 a . CIGARETTES- PAPER ---PFR-4EABILITY/ VI Ta3-80 ' RTR CLASS NO. PAt•if'HLET VI Ta3 S0 Lorenz, li.-lJ, (B.A.T. Cigaretten-Fabriken, Itarr.burg, Germany) SE'!I-AiTO:•L1TIC APPARATUS FOR 1•ItiASUIiIf:G TEiE PEFJM-N;ILITY OF 1'A.PER. ' t+loA- .. , Tabrk Kolloquium, 21st, Berlin (June 11-16, 1979) - in Gera-an. Abstr. in: Tabak lColloquiur~, 1979, p. 8 Kurzprotokoll. _ o3~An•pA , t
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o:~nQ VI Re -79 ) S.P. 9 . . / 50254 7762 / •./-.... . S. •r EPfi I £A-I70 4. I NIt . ..1 }.Iwnlt . f. M.~.r. Ua. REACTIONS OF NITROGEN OXIDES OZONE AND SEPTEMBER 1976 , . SULFUR IN POWER PLANT PLUMES ~. 1. A..}wd.) ! t. 1'.d«w.y ti.~aw...r.ww I•N. N.A. Kornber~, MKS t. 1'.rlenwrw~ 14pa....n.. N.• .wa AJ•b... Air P ll ~•r N.. Cloud and AerosolResearch Group o ution Air Qualit M d li RP572-3, RD330-1 Atmospheric Sciences Dept. y o e ng Nitrogen Oxides 11. t....... ic•r,.r Nw. University of Washington Sulfur Oxides Seattle, Washington 96195 020ne 1~. SMw..ri. Ur awu.r.w. N..wr .wJ AdJn.. 17. 1 Electric Power Research Institute . C... r.J inal (572-3)/Interm 3412 Nillvicw Ave. - Palo Alto, California 94304 1~ Continuing Research on Interim Report (RP330-1) 1~ A}"'•"' Industrial plumes, particularly those of power plants, have bee studied for a considerable period of time.nt Qajority of these studies, however, have concentrat~d cxlusively on either the dynamics or the chem- istry of such plumes. The number of studies dealing with the interaction of plume dynamics and chemistry is relatively sna11. In this study. (RPS72-3.and RP330-1), an account is given of investigations carried out on several power plant plumes with particular emphasis on the interaction of the dynamics and chemical kinetics of the plures. Before describing th specific aspects of the problem which will be addressed, a vary brief review is given of previous work on plume dynamics and the relevant plume chemistry. n-~0 ! 7~4 ~ , ., -.<_-~. ~......-. ~.-..
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-•+--- 1-~....._s- -........._.._..~....~.i., _ ,:a....<w:-._._...-.-,.-.:..._..'~a..,_....s~..~....:....a.!:~-s:~s1..•a..• - ->....:~.-.~.s-...._ .~+~.. '- . ~ 50254 7760 ~.. - -- CHROi•1ATOCRAPIIIC ANALYSIS--LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/ SILICA GEL--ADSOILPTION ON/ SILICATES--DERIVATIVES/ STATIONARE PHASEN MIT mSi-Na BINDUNG FiIR DIE FLUSSIG- P.JR TRANSLATION REITSCfiROR9ATOGRAPHIE ' 'cSi-N- BONDED STATIONARY PHASES FOR LIQUID CHRO'.•IATOGRAPHY •• i Jour. Chromatog. 83, 15-24 (1973) By: 'O.E. Brust, I. Sebestian andin TU preparation of Ei Si-N= bonded stationary phases for high-pressure Willow liquid cbromatography on the surface of silica with a specific surface area of 370 m=;g is described. The organic part of the stationary phase has a monomeric structure. In d "dif"hliit tqidl ftil goups orer tomoy te seectvyo a reure vaue, one or moreunconar, such as --COOH, -SO,H, -NH,, -CN or -NO2, are introduced into the aliphatic chain. The spatial requirement of the organic "bristles" varies between 55 and aoo A=, ' . Peak broadening, capacity ratios and mass transfer terms were determined in thC linear velocity range 0.5-1dcm/sec with n-heptane. methanol and water as eluents. The change in the relative retention as a function of the eluent and of the functional groups is discussed. : _. . . -r..~ .-~-.~ r L -'e i `\ I _...f._...~
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50254 7767 TOBqCCO--tiERBICIDESj Mywr, J. ,V.je. set., 14: 34s-3s4, IM , Diphenamid 50W - A Promising Weedicide For VFC TOBACCO 78 VII Ag-81 S.P. S. N. VA7RANASHAIAH,411NJjf0MXF" P. K. KESHAVA PRASAD, S. C. WARAD, R. RAVI ~ H. MALUKAR)tJNAIAH AND K. B. VRlRAPPA Agricultural Research Station (Tobaoco), Navile, Shimoga 377 201 AaSTRACT Experiments carried out at the Tobacco Researcb Station, Shimoga in Karnataka on the use of Diphenamid for control of weeds in Tobacco susiests that it is both economic and labour saving as against hand weeding. . ' RAISING of tobacco crop is fraught with tpo problems of weed, diseases and pests. The practice of tabbing is claimed to provide weed control and also control of nematodes in the nursery. Dipbenamid 50 W (N, N- Dimethyl-2, 2-diphenylactedamide) has been tried for control of weeds in mung be n(Qno 1978}tand obadco~iurt. ry ,~ (M~rdti. 'ieva~et ltl•, 'l97Rf '15ip1SenatStd _„I>~..t~• tt1Wl i~ ~iSn,auM_ slohe fnr- weeA 0.5 ml and (6) 1.0 ml, (7 Amibcn 1.5 ml (8) 3.0 ml per bed, ?9) Dipbenamid 50 w 0.5 g and (10) 1.0 g per bed. The chemicals were applied, to seed beds measuring I m' five days before sowing, by drenching. Rabbing was done before seeding. Based on the observations of the first set, ,._thr cMnnA r....ri,,...nt .s.,n. ...._.1....._~ .•
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80 11. Ey-81 S. P. Eauc~noK~ srm psrcNOLocacAL trtE,+svaFwsrrr 198 t, 41(,~~ RESPONSE AGREEMENT: A FORTRAN PROGRAM TO COMPUTE AN AGREEMENT MATRIX FOR EVENTUAL PATTERN ANALYSIS Pennsylvania State Univmaity . 4 A program to compute a response agreement matrix is described. Such a matrix may then be used as input into factor analytic pro- grams of the user': choice in order to provide a pattern analysis of test results, symptom checklists, or any other dichotomously scored variables. The program currently prints the agreement matrix and punches cards which may be used as input for the two frequently available package factor analytic programs. Such information should be valuable to persons involved in either basic or applied re- search. 0~o'Ond4 t 790 _~
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iH ~ 50254 7775 The biuc,?ieinistr}' of I,~c;~etios. Landan, A]?ei: .C Ulitrin i19KIj 144 p. dizers., tAbles. 23' cra. "I:ased on leetures gtvei, In the Ucpartwetd of Biachcmist:•y, Uni- versih Cullc~e, London, in 1950 and 7S3l,liogral•hy: p. 02?j-13U. 1. Ileredity. 2: I'hysiological,chetnistry. x. Title. Q11431.IL428 ,~ 574.19 54-2140 Libra:y ot Congress ~ r' t54o7t ~ .7 lJ ll l, l1 Q ' / ~1 I ---•--~'-.°°- "
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50254 7777 - : k v/07 ~ C iy8o\ ~.. ~ y 81 II Kl THE ASTHMATIC AIRWAY RESPONSE TO INHALED ANTIGEN WILLIAM B. KLAUSTERMEYER, M.D., F.A.C.A., EDMUND J. PRESCOTT, Ph.D., SILVERIO M. $ANTIAGO M.D. J ES L. KINNEY, Ph.D., an IC£~$.S. The airway response to inhaled antigen was measured in asthmatic patients at S, 10 and 20 minutes following bronchial challenges. The over-all frequency of positive responses in the 26 individual challenges was 27%. There were no signiftcant differences between the 5-. 10- or 20-minute responses. Patients with positive responses to bronchial challenge maniJested high grade skin reactivity by intradermal tests. Positlve responses to bronchial challenge occurred only at 1 x 1011 weight/volume (w/v) concentration of inhaled antigen. Although the degree of methacholine reactivity was related to positive antigen challenge. two subjects with a positive challenge had minimal methacholine reactivity:
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f 50254 7755 ~~-- ----- ..--- -• . J 7 u213 DECEMBER 197! EES " JOURNAL OF :IS,pes-80 THE ENVIRONMENTAL ~ - ENGINEERING IVISION ~6i.2•v• /y78 ~ PROJECIING URBAN RUNOFF FLOWS AND LOADS Dy1pqffHaj_as,' David B. BoW,' Aian J. Shockrow,' and Rafael G. Quimpo irt~ooucrar During recent years, the potential effects of urban stormwater on water quality lave become increasingly apparent. Numerous studies have shown that rain picks up pollutants from the air, buiiding surfaces, paved areas, and open areas (e.g., parks and vacant iands). As water begins to run off these surfaces, it may carry dust, dirt, street Iitter; de-icing chemicals, herbicides, pesticides, fertilizers, eroded matera's. animal w'astes. a=d vehicular exhaust products. The qtsaty of this nuto[f varies cons:3erab.L with respect to the concentration of pollutants such as Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD), suspended solids, total phosphorus, total nitrogen, heavy metais, and bacteria. In turn, such concentrations depend on site characteristics (e.g., laad use) as well as storm e} ara~risti~u (e.a., duration and intensity). Thus, determination of storutwater t~to ~mp dn s4(am6dejWnds on numerous factors requiring detailed site-soecifie data and analysis.
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•74 }CXII Re-712-76 PYROLYSIS/ 9, 99)-1001 !. Ol! Col. CAnn. Auot. 1966, 4 50254 7761 • / 1/~p / y~2.;, ~~ • Gas chromcatography--its appDocati®ni and p®tential in the anadyscs'®f c®atang materia9s# Byar'MrHakaltziMm- - . C i Department of Polymer Science, University of New South Wales, Kensington, N.S.W., Australia. • Summary The acceptance of gas chromatography in the analysis of coating materials is discussed and the potential of the technique is reviewed. Applications include the examination for purity of volatile materials such as solvents, fatty acids and polyols, together with the identification of such materials available in the free $tate or chemically combined in oils, alkyds and the like. • The identification of polymcrs by gas chromatography of pyrolysis products is an example of the way in which the techniques may be extended by combination with other procedures. Interesting developments include ionisation detectors for liquid-liquid chromatography which will allow examination of less volatile materials after separation by column chroma- tography, separation of glycerides and the resolution of, geometric isomers of fatty esters which wn11 be of value in elucidating the mcchansim of oil oxidation and film formation. 0 3 fl -A 0 fI 0•1 773 1\ t 0 ~
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50254 7776 0 __ ~J....a.M.«... - .._.l..a~. ~.e..........\..a~1L~1.a..1~..~.. . •r.....w. ~........~. ~~.. ~•.~.....a...YL..~ .~.~..-..1.wiA/w......i~...~..~::~.a+..KrIbJS\-...r•...-...... RJP. CLASS NO. PA."SPIiLLT 72 VI Na ::adkarr.i, ?t. A.; fl(I»stitute Sci., Inorg. Nuclear Ctre;i. Lab., Bombay, India) SL'aIN.'fh\EO`JS D:TGjtMUNATIOS OI'G.Ll?0`IIU?1 AND ZINC BY \GG(TP.O:. ACTIVATION ANALYSIS. r I:adiochr::. Frsdioanal.. Lett. 8(No. 4) 233-40 (1971) (in English) 'A E:C•V%`OrdS: ~ tobl+ccA, . . _._ ', a chromitr:~, g,reeh, constituent; zinc, f;zc:crl, ccmst:ituc•nt. o n n fi 0 1 78 $ y. t .~.-_ _ ...~
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F . ..:~:~.:r::..... ~...~..:~ .. 50254, 7781 ' • 234 Ha . 1974 RRICHMOND. A Pictorial History from the Valentine ;Museum and Dementi Collections. Compiled, edited and Published by Narrative by Louis H. Manarin
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50254 7764 ; jiiili:~~ ~~ `~~~~I~T Ann;~ls u[ 41iniral lttst:u'ch 9- 31•l-3I:~_ lt~2T _~ t L~ QS ~/ I f ~'f.vT, ~ d •v`' ~ ~ 1 ~w, /• IX Re,~-78., I;ITECT OF GRADUALLY INCREASING CARBOXYIIAEMOGLOBIN S. p~ "~ ~ ' ' SATURATION ON VISUAL PLRCLP 1 ION AND PSYCIiOMOTOR - PERFORMANCE OF SMOKING AND NONSiVIOKING SUBJBCTS/ A. SEPPAy EN, 'CYAJOCTNEM- and IVI. TENKKU T r O~t T EY~ RThtN ItF i A F T ` J .. ~ ... . . ) ~!Z J 10IJ a F CAG P~L1S OGY AhD DE.PART*IF.Nf OF NEUROLOGY, CF\ tAL 'C i / ItOSP PA . OF ~t~F.11E ~AhtPF.RE FINf.AND . T ~~ .~/~~~e-v,c.., ~ - , ~ ~/&STRACT \' / ~ l 2~p'~'I 'r he effect of t:ra~luallY )ncrcasit a CU![b saturation on human visuonrrcentual mnd nsvcbomntnr performance was studied In 22 nousmokcrs and 22 smokers. Each subJcct pcrfonncd two scssions In ranJotulzcd order, ona during uir lrccathing nuul lhc other during CO breathing on two separate days. Tcxting and COi1h saturation measurement were repeated six times during cach session. Cass brcathing was bcta•crn the test pcriods. • , The Increase of Ct)liG saturation uu to 12-13 per cent units had po effect (p > 0.0i) on pcr- ecptual shccd and accuracy as tncasurcd by the ttuurdon-1~'icrsuna test..Gingcr t;~pping +pccd was n ayo ": *~tct~~'iyt}~1 rcctjtiannc:iirc6«•ith rritical flickcr frequency ((:1'I•') was scnsiti~c to V (~ ' lhc ad 1 i>Slrea, in COI b s:t uration ca•iscd a lincar decrease tn CFF in Uie both groups. Mn Increase of onc per crnt unit in C'Uiib saturation causcd significant decrease in Ct'1' (p <_ 0.QQ!!~ whon intrintlul
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. XX MeC7-78 S.F. . OF MOLECULAR SIZE - t Guy /i. Crosby,* Grant E. DuBoiE, .Steve* C. L1aZtadr.y, Rebecca A. Stephenson, Patricia C. Wang, and { 50254.7779 ~--...-~-- - NEW -DIMENSIONS IN SYNTHETIC SWEETENERS, AW.ATO14ICAL COMPARTMENTALIZATION BY ADJUSTMENT' Robert E. Wingard, Jr. * A Contribution to the Conference on "Sweeteners and Dental Caries" Sponsored by the National Institute of Dental Research and the Iiarvar.d School of Dental Medicine from the Chen13•cal Synthesis Laboratories, DYNAPOL '" • Palo'Alto; - Caliiornia, 94304 O~ ~ Q n 0 A i~ 9 i 0 i
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~ 50254 7788 (New Smoking t!.aterials Ltd., Ct. T3rit.) WHY 1,L'1tIUFACTUREI'.S ARE INTF.R .STla3 IN IN`J:d-T7'.'sACCO Si•lO1:I.NG M:1TI:!:IA1.S. ,, .. World Tobacco Sy>,nr. , paper, London, p. (rf4y=_".'.z~`; • 1975) (in T:ngl.ish) t *1975, No. 14, W 4619* *d* ToLacco manufatture (econotni.cs): s a 0 o - 11-Itz- .f: - . -~~.
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PuIrnona D sCunction inK:ocaine Smokers r3 5 ~• it/o• i10~ B1' ROGER D. WEISS, M.D.. PAUL D. GOLDEIHEIM, M.D., STE~~Eh M. MIRPN, M.D. ~~ M.D., A.1D JACK H. MENDELSON. M.D. The authors report another complication offreebase cocaFne begun intranasal use (snorting) of cocaine several times smoking. They found a signficant reduction in the carbon week at smoking age 20. cocaine Two freebase, months which before her she admission prepared by she begE usir monoxide d~using capacity in the lungs of tN o patienrss buffered ammonia as the alkali, 6 to 10 times a day. Ms. A' This suggests that inhalation ojthe jreebase ojcocaine may previous drug use had included daily marijuana smoking ft damage the pulmonary gas exchange surface. several months when she was 16 years old. Since then. sh This section cnntains /) neu• research findings, including preliminary data Jrum pilot studies, either clinical 0 laboratory; 2) irvrtlnrlrile replication studies; 3) case reports that describe a truly nesr syndrome or cast nei• liglu on established ones; and 4) case reports that indicate a new therapetctic• procedure ujpc~tential rahce ur cal attention to adverse eJj`ects ujdrugs.or prewunsly unreported complicatic~ns of therapeutic inter~~entic~ns. Pro gram descriptions and literature re~•ieirs cannot be printed in this section. Criteria for furmat are listed it "Irlfr,rmatiun jur Contribrrturs" in each issue; papers that do not adhere to these criteria u•ill be returned to thc author. f ...w ..a~s. . . 81 II'We DRUG AI3USE/ _ -~..5025~ 7783, Am 2 Pkychiarry 138:8, Augrrsr 1981 ~_...~..~.~.r~--..
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sozsa »73 3 ....._.....-_.i ,,. Sfatistical theory, witlt enbiticeri,iF; -u;',l>>;cations. \ew Yfti . 1 ol'k,,`' ]le.y 1 1 9J12l 276 iS3 p. Illus. :{3 ciu. (Wtleyhuhllcntfcns in yt.•itlstics) H A translat:nn and exhanatou oi Statisiisl:e mFtoder. Statistical tab.es :tnd forsurlss, \ew York, Wile} t 195~1 (\Vlle ubllcnilons in statistics) :2J cm 97 y p . r. QA270.11314 .14uplil. -3. 'Mathematical statisttcs. y Tit1e. Q-U76.H-34t C~, 311,2 5~.--11~6 ; Librars of C~~nbress ~ t:wxl0t r .\ \ ; r
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50254 7790 ~ Reprint 11 Ha1ev_ n. F_. i+ g.,+`- Jensen, C. 0. S;IJ DIES 0;; TNE NICOTINE CONTENT OF CIGARF,1';x. .q•:CKE, by C. 0. Jensen and D. E. Ha].Fy. Reprint fror.:s Journal of Agricultural P.e. earch 51 (No. 3) ^467-76 (August 1, 1935). o~ ~ 4 ~ p o 1 a 0 2
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76 II Rei 76 S.P. Pl.ntfd Csll Phrsiol. 15: $41-549 (1974) The effect of growth regulators on the growth and pigmentation of "Baccara" rose Sowersj N.CZieslin, I. (iran Battd Aft.Tei"- F" / t?- - Department of Ornamental Horticulture, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel "Baccara" rose buds were treated with various growth regulators during late titages of bud development. The effect of these substances on growth and pigmentation were determined. Growth regulators were applied by spray or injection or as a lano{in paste, also in the nutrient media on which petals were cultured in vitro. Injection of GA into the base of the receptacle caused elongation of the bud whereas IAA, K, ABA, AMO-1618, CCC, and SADH had little or no effect. CCC and hleCa-F did aot reduce the elongation caused by GA. GA treatments also enhanced flower weight and petal pigmentation and vIeCJ-F decreased the gibberellin effect on pigmentation. GA treatments oC ihtact flowers and excised petals cultured in vitro, were only effective at low temperatures. Gibberellin treatments increased the size of petah, the receptacle and the pedicel -- -- -~ :e -_+:r. ..: r.t.. .., tt.o ror.,,rar4. Treatments at IoM•qr pacitions on the (lower- a _" N \
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: __ 50254 7792 ItJR CLASS NO. PAIMff'HLET 71 XI To Tobacco Tax Council, Richmond, Va., U. S. Tobacco Tax Counc., News Release, Richnond, Va. (1971) (in }:nglish) *Abstr. in: Winston-Salem Jour. 1971 (Yo. 213) 14 (Dec.8, 1971)* *1971, No. 24, Z-7 10665* *lm* Tobacco econonics: 0 3 n 4 n 0 0 18 0 4 i
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(., 50259 7789 -~r;ij 4.ow•no0 5'5 -] 9 -25 L1qli3) 6. ! 78 VTT An•-78 S.P. THE BEARING OF POTASSIUM ON THE QUALITY OF TOBACCO jjj6MW;j-AND J. J. R1;ID The Pennsytsania State Collepe RK.ived for puAlieatioe Eeptember 10. 14/7 The production of tobacco of high quality is influenced by many factors, among which are the absorption and the utilization of nitrogen and potassium. That thcso two nutrients profoundly affect the charactcr of growth has long been known, but their role in the production of higll-yielding, disease-resistant tobacco of excellent quality is frequently misunderstood. Many investigators bavc attributed the la.ck of resistance to leaf spot diseases in tobacco to excessive nitrogen uptake, but some of the most seriously diseased • samples examined in these laboratories have been found to contain considerably less than the normal nitrogen content of the variety. Disease-free tobacco grovm on adjacent plots has been found, on the other hand, to possess as a rule ~ the normal nitrogen content of the type. Certain investigators have attributed discase resistance to adequate potassium o~~o~ooi~Q _
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-{- t hrihian~ Rrxa.~~h. ~ 291-700 (~981) ~. ' 80 II Ey-81 S.P. , __ 50254. 7771 . . eviefiRon -To1Gn"'wdie 4caTpress , - t-- --- . . . . . ..__ . . ~elative Insulin Insensitivity and Cortisol Secretion in = - • t Depressed Patients~ O xr5~7.z-~~ 'r ~JSami• athan Edward.J. Sachar, Gregory M. Asnis anFrie a . Halpem Received December 26, 1980; revised version rectivtd February 28, 1981; accepted March 2. Yt~..7 ~ ' 1981. '~..'..~.....>. _. 'Abstract. Relative insulin insensitivity occurs in a substantial portion of patients with majoi endogenous depressions, and about half such cases also hypersecrete cortisol in the afternoon and evening. This study assessed the relation between these two abnormalities in 16 patients with major endogenous depression. Over several days, insulin tolerance tests (17Ts) were performed in the morning and evening, and measures of cortisol secretion taken: plasma cortisol at 0800, 1600, and 2300 hours, both before and after dexamethasone; baseline cortisol before ITTs; and mean 24-hour plasma cortisol concentrations (in 10 cases). After clinical recovery, some of these patients had repeat ITTs (n = I0)and repeat predexameth- asone and postdexamethasone cortisol assessments (n = 9). Additionally two control groups of IS normal subjects and of 12 schizophrenic patients received morning ITTs. None of the control subjects manifested insulin insensitivity. How- 0 grvn 7s'ktr~"ir~::.c,.: -. . ~ ..._- .. .._ . -_-... ._ I J. • 1...+ ,..,J . : i.: i'. . . n. .. _ ~ l., . -.. . A? • i f
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( 50254, 7793 4 by St-~nley 2~. M~ldrett. Arnal s of the, New jYork a^ademy ~ of Sciences ~? (I'o. 5) Arril' 15, 1 , i ---r-~--{~~ -- ~
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---~~------:..~- eawoazoi ld anu'zave lM 9£SZ IQY •3onx ua;aa311smnaoj •w, spra"r"0 •a 'Ynya Fav •sou~ior •~ s~ea'I ~~as~ag •.T ZioX'['t3 ~R ~ fiN~ ~;LIlJSY h"I'~:`~iZilQ 1H2~~I . 9;;t?ISdT~t3:~'ti~`J liTV Q:i'd MIllItIA T,i0 : do •:nY " - ~ ,, ...-. / ZBLL tSZOS
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50254 7794 ., , TS ~. 240 ~.~ 0 S, ,, 2 E ~~~~ ~ . Ha 1?$ From Ashes to Roses in Seven Sure Steps 1 ~ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/S-4OKING HARITS--RELINQUISNING/ by- -- ti EI-_aHA- F`ay0-1; :3t ~ Translated from the German by ! Nadia Fowler ., ._ THORSONS PUBLISHERS LIMITED Wellingborough, Northamptonshire / l L .
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i International Workshop on Psychosocial Stress & Coronary Heart Disease, 4th , Klinik Hohenried, 1979 This book U vol. 4 i;n the series, "PSYCHOSOZIALER STRESS UND KORONARE HERZKRANKHEIT" JSMOKING AND HEALTH/ HEART--DISEASES--STRESS/STRESS/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEART, EFFECT ON/ 685 MYocardialInfarction 198; an d . v~sychosocial isks t:dited by J. Siegrist and jSpuinger-Verlag , B4rlin Heidelberg New York 1981 . ------- ___ -------_--- Special emphasis is placed on the results of sociological and epidemiological studies linking work stress, chronic and acute conflict, lack of social support and risk attitudes and behaviors (TYPE A behavior) to the onset of myocardial ••infarction. Psychosocial and psychophysiological q on~~i¢uti~ans4oiat vt theanec~t~an~sms by which stress can lead to cardio- as.t'ul~~}~ ldam e, fl . 50254 7796
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,. s025a 7784 78 x Re2 79 l ._ _ • .. . . . S.P. . / () 3 () e () . ~. Aaro~r NO. r...w w .. ..,... .. . .r 7. . w. 3. nIC1hINT1 ACCI4.310/.NO. EPA-450/3-76-022 a.TITIaANo3Y.T/Tis APDA? D.Tt Date o A'.1pjova S02 oxieation in plun:ae/ A Aeviev and Assessment ee ter_•- 976 of Aelevant mechaniltic and Aate SLudies raArDRMINOORGAN1jAT/0NCO0{ /. AYTM rl / A. ~.evy (Battelle. Colucbus Laboratories). Orewes a A 0 . ranrO/1MIN0 OAOA.e1ZAT10N AarOAT NO. `--~ r , . . n4~ [! ./a~rO~MINOOAO%NIZAT/ONNAMEANDAOYRI33 1. VAOC AM l M A Battelle, Pacific Northwest Laboratories 2AC 129 Battelle eoulevard • . Richland, Washington 99352 68-02-1982i ~ . 1yePON30nIN0AGfNCTNAMIANDADORlI3 MTtr! /r1IrO/1TAND1.R10DCOYanlO Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards , Environmental Protection Agency lectrio Tover Planq Aesearch Triangle Park, North Carolina 17711 lteactlon 1Cinetles sul:ur Dioxide l d is.sY.rLaMINTAeT Nortl e s ltathematical Nn , A n i • The scientific literature pertaining to the oxidation of SO= in power piant pluees is reviewed. Aqueous phase, hoDageneous gas phase, and heteroger.eous q! phase e,echanisms are considered, es are actual plune studies. Tha reported r`es vary ovet a wide range, vhich le not totally unexpeeted due to the highly ecxplex neture of the oxildation process, and sosw general conclusions can be dravn3 11 ' Recent pluma studies, !n genaral, indlcate lD•rer rates than earlier onee, and :. also suggest a coincidence between the reappearance of ozone in the pluae and oxidation of So2. _~ Gas phase studies indicate homngeneous reaction of f0= with OH radicals and heterogeneous reactions estalysed by lead and iron to be perhaps the sast significant processes. 7) '~n LA*,aqueous phasa, tha reaction !s saet effectively eatalyted by 13ron d• g^•. ~ d anr,Dnia plays an iwpostanC role in proaatin9 the oxidation ~ l eem~ , an ~r ~ Y 9 ` 9 p n hi h B. e+a ntat p w....... w ... . . .. .
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50254 7780 CIGARS--WRAPPER/TORACCO--TO3Ar,CO--r,URI?tG--r,HEFiICAL CHANCE/ TOBACCO--PROTEINS/TORACCO--NITROGC'.Q/ RJP. CLASS ?:0. PA.`IPi1LT:T VI To 79 S. P. ' Cartvright, l!. ; Cnrnell, A. ; Eertinuson, T. ; Molloy, {•a dna r . VI To-79 (:onsc?1icated 96 ar Co., Glastonbury, Ct. , U. S. ) S.P. . ASSI:SS::::iT 0}MCAP, i•'P.API'EF. LEAF CURE A•*.D SUiSF:QI.T.:IT 1•i:RAL:P7TATI0:J 1'Y M0`:1TOI:I::C PI:OTEIN/:dITI:OCEIv LEV::LS. Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 33rd, tape, Lexington, Ky (nct. 29-31, 1°7:) (in I:c:r,1i :h) :lreviously, an evaluation of an experinental tobacco barn, a controlled environ- . ~'.ent room (CER), was described. The efficacy of the eure for cigar wrapper leaf . ,vas monitored by determining protein and total nitrogen levels. The resµlts ;indicsted a non-uniform cure and a correlation between the distribution of ;protein levels and probable air flov. Consequently, the CER vas modified and a. :nev study conducted. To accomplish the objective of assessing the curing eevironment, representative samples were taken throughout the CER for each of •tvo separate primings. Cross curing environment was monitored by recording -te.perature/humidity gautes. Data from individual sample positions indicated that the uniformity of cure was improved over the earlier study. For second and sixth primings, respectively, protein/total nitrogen averaged 1.16/3.47: and 1.29/3.73Z, slightly lover than conventional bara-cured cigar leaf. Fersmnta- tion produced only a slight enhancement in cure uniformity as well as protein nittogen and total nitrogen percentages. The soluble nitrogen/protein (SN/FN) ratio decreased slightly. 2 7 9 --- ,;~ : e `"-44t; _
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50754 7787 . I - . . : IttrWsf,c itl.l'onalt•llt:-, of'i'l:rt•c (:ururttit; .... PLlt.~.ZA 86(1) (1969} 59-76 g 183 ~-- - - - by TrcaUllt•lIt with I:thrcl, ~ , an Tthc]ent; l:clcu.,i.ia Con-Ii)~,unrl rtk%•lcne-mlcaiing compound, to monaccious cul!irars of cucumlicr wnd aquash aecf an ancirorr.onncc•ious cult icar of muskmelon. caused a shift toK-ard.r femalenem in a11 three -Aix•cie:. The incrcase in femak•nesa manifested iviclf in sereral xt mptoms: a decrca+c in tLc number of staminnte (male) flowcrs, an increase in the number cf plAillate (fcmale) or hermaphrodite (perfect) flowers, and a change in flowering pattcrn, namcl.•, formntion of female flowers at lower nodes in cucumber and sqnash, and formation of hermaphrodite flowers cn the main axis ct muskmelon Srtea+ary. The application of Ethrel (2-chlorocthane phoaphonic acid), an : . • . . • , :.-, , . . .~ . . , . . .e J Rl1DICHA ~',An(1 N. KEDAR The Hebrew Cni.•ercit., Faculty of Agriculturc, Reho.-ot, Lsrsct :. Received January 13, 1969 .-hcre notmnlls only malc flowers are formed in this eulticar. vv rvnric5i(ln itn cucurLits has been induced both . . - ..~..-.:.:- .- .:.r.t••. _ f - Introauction , I () n a 4 1 7 g q- ~~r i ,k
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/ 76 I Ma-79 IN ETHERS. 50254 7802 THE MECHANISM OF• FOFtMAION OF GRIGNARD REAf.3tNTS. CORROSION OF METALLIC 1AGNESIUM BY ALKYL V4ALIDES Craig L. Hill, John B. Vander Sande, and George M. Whitesides t Department of Chemistry.arld the Center for Materials Science and Engineering 11-28-78 MASSACHUSETTS ~t~S ~~Tug~ ~. TECHNOl INTRISTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM ., , . . ~c.. 0 3 n 0 tI 0 0 ~ 8 1 4 DISTRIBUTED F MEMBER COMPi
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4 TOBACCO--CF.RAtANY / 1 .•50254: 7795- L ~L,al.a '~ ~L - ---~- ` - - SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHINC:/TOBACCO--SMOKIN(',--•PSYCHOLOGY/ TS RJR CLASS N0. 'i'EXTBOOK TS 2240. Ha, 2240 Ha ` *(no affil.)* 1976 CONVERSION FROM SMOKER TO NON-SMOKER. A 7 STEP PROGRAM FOR LIBERATION FROM SMOKING. *(Von raucher zum Nichtraucher. Das 7-Stufen-j'rogramm zur Befreiung vom Rauchem.)* Graefe Unzer Verlag, Munich, Ger:, 94 p. (1976) (in German with English summary) . . A popular].y written booklet recommeding a method developed by the suthor on hel in smok r ki • t t p g e op smo s o s ng. . • ~ .. • , . .. . . ~ ~ ~ - . . . . . . . . •. , : -- -. . . o3Ao0 •q•0 e
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v "L Jowrrol of Zrperiwunlul IJofany, T'ol. 25, No. 87. pp. 632-7. Aaou.e 1974 + Journal of Er1xrimental Ilotany, Vol. 25, No. 87, pp. 62#-31. AuQuit 1974 ;'6 II xe l 76 S.P. Factors I~etermiuiing Petal Colour of Baccara Roses { . . . . . . ' ' . . -- • . ~ ' II. THE EFFECT OF PIODIENT CONCENTRATION ~ IIL EFFECT OF THE BATIO IsETWEEN CYANIN AND PELARGONIN ~ • .. . .. . . I. BIRAN, Di. ROBINSON, AND A":`HALEVY-1-''• - • : : Department of Ornamental Horticulture, The Hebrew tlniversity of Jerusalem, t I I ' h d ABSTRACT • - - • 'Blueing' in young'and senescing petals was compared in the red rose cv. Baccara. Tbe 'blueing' of sonescing flowers is accompanied by a bathochromic shift in tho light reflectance • curve, a rise in the pH value and a decrease in the malic acid concentration of the petal tissue. These factors indicate that a complex with a co-pigment is produced. Similar changes were not found in the `blueing' of young flowers, where a decrease was found in pigment concentra- tion per unit weight as well as per unit area of petal. A similar `blueing' was achieved by diluting a solution of crystalline cyanin. The phenomenon of 'blueing' by dilution is discussed In the light of Bougeur's law. , ' • • . . . • .. . ~ . . - ._..,~, , 030 '0 n 0* 0 . i 7 9 8
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. i 50254 7807 SALIVA jZIOUTH/ 76 II Re R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.i. Research and Product Development S~ Departments, Science Information Division Includes articles on chemistry of saliva, physiology and anatomy of the m3yth, orai artiseptics and mouthwashes, antibacterial agents, instrumental technique for the evaluation~of odiferous volatiles from saliva and breath, etc.) 1976 Winston-Salem, N. C.. •. , / 8 .t 9.
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25q 7805 ' Q' ~ 50 : ; I~alides,~°S~ntht.~,is~s Rad{oi s~ctcpea. v.2 ' 11:urras, Arthar, 1913- OrgA*tic s;nthescKs with if:otopes tbo, Artbur biurray, mr, ar.d D. Lloys: "'i11iarns. New York, Inters;.i;;nce Puhlishers, 1958- v. 24 cm. LrrAta sltp inserted. Inctudps Libliographtcal referencen. 1. Chcaris*,ry, Organtc--Sfntl,esis. 2. Isotoyie. Dacid Llosd, Joint author. n. Tit1e. ~ ~raUca~s!, QD271.1,i97 547 58 -9219 Library of Congress 17) Q n p o Ia 1 7 1 1 _ . ~3.._....~~ _
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. 50254 7774 : : ~ . ..: .... ..~ - -~ ----._ _...... _.. _ : ' r tOC • 6reas\i-q C,6yWQ.r~ IL1 C~~'1, ~~~~ SN 70~ ~ ~ V , 7 S"- SIR. 373 r},11_ 'li\'G .1NU BREWING CXPLRIA9El\'TS W1TH OCIIRATOXIN nND ITKf \' I'J a .....r- P. CIER 7 SI:1v and t:. btYKCN Rcscnreh /.oboroiory, Carlsbcrg Brcw•crics, United Brew•eries, Copcnhcge:r fDcsunorkJ, and , S'.f:ROGflandewhime /r•uiture oJI/yxic/rc oetd Alicrobiology, Royal Veierirmry and Agricullueal (lnit•asity, Copenhogen (I3tansorkJ • INTRODUCTION 0".3 iJ A n Q 0! 7 8 .6 . t~20 ^~3 70 Denmark and described by Larsen 1 in 1928, but also in other cnuntr;Pc rt~c.SC......c__:;. _,. ..•.. ?dycotoxins are toxic compounds produced by microscopic filamentous fungi and pcrform their toxicity in man and in animals by alimentary uptake. Mycotoxic damage of kidneys in pigs caused by rnouldy grain'ti•as observed in
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., • CHEIIISTRY, TEi3ii]ICAL-•MCTIn`.ARIES ~'OLS.1--6/NATURAL C:%S/TAP./HYilZOCA(.FiONS/ ~ PETROLX(T-M/4'EFINI:RY FP,OCESSF.S, PF:1'RnLLU"1/HYDROCARBO\S, CHLOF:INATED/EXT:ASIVGS/ ~ FLUORIKE C0,!POuP:nS/Rr0*tIKE C(1?-IPOtT;ZDS/IGDINE CO>tPOti;iDS/ALCOHOLS/F.T?1ERS/OXIDES/ ~, ALDEHYDES/!.(:ETALS/I:ETONES/Ja:TENES/QI)Ir:OPIES/CARBOXYLIC ACIDS /ESTERS /DYES/ ~ NITKO;,F.N COM.POU*IDS;0RQANIC/SUJ.FL'R CO"tPOUNDS, URGANIC/ORGANOMETAt.i,IC COMPOUNDS/ o. SOLN'F1T C rANIC/PHENOLS/HALIDES/A,'1JiYDP.Ii)ES/PERGXIDES, ORCANIC/PERACIDSiESTFRS/ ~HALE~pH~~11 PITCft/ REF CHEf;ICAL TECIINOLOGY:AN ENCYCLOPEDIC TREATMENT. TP . The Econonic Application of Nodern Technological Developments Based upon 9 a work originally devised by the late Dr. J. F. van Oss. Ch General Editor -117T7- VOLUME 4: ~TROL£C:~i, ORA~tIC Cl?E'tICALS A.'JD PLASTICS- 1972 T.J.W. van Thoor t ..-.~ ~--°--- "" - 0•3 n• 4~1 t~:0 t 8 ,` 3 11 I li.+~~,1t i Rl: gARN ES d; tvOBLE BOOKS (a Jivision of Harper & Row Publishers, inc.) . .._..~
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50254,7809 •. . 73 VII Ba TOBACCO--CELLS/ TOBACCo--AGRTCULTURE/ RJR CIASS `0. PA``?HLET 73 VII Ba Ba3ur, P. S. ;':a C. V. ;-- _'• Scholes, V. £. ) (North iex. S_. Dep. B.oi. Sci., Denton, Tex., U.S.( Baur & Stholes);. NASA :'. c::ed S-:i.;.c:aft Cc.^.t., t'.S. Dep. Acr., Forest Serv. Prev. ",ed. Div., Fouston, l'.S. (:•'al.:fcshau); Tex. AbM Univ., Dep. Plant Sci., Coll. Sta., Tex., U.S. (!'~lli~:e?2).) OF NICO: 7.'`:A CELLS C^Q?:'V IN CO:VT/:CT i,'I TH LUNAR MATERIAL. Can. Jour. Bot. 51 (::o. 1) 151-56 (1973) (in English) t . Z7a . .~} ~ S~p* ~~~~ 8 2 I ~ :ac, a . ,rtcul"_. .
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~ 5025q 7808 'r 76 11 Re-76 , t . ~ Drug Ther. Bull 7 , 79-80 (1969) . ; r MfflM&M ~,&M£ N31 ~ ialitosis (foul smelling breath) is a common complaint which, unlike most Aher symptoms, may affect the patient's associates before the patient is even .ware of it. l,,iost adults wake with bad breathi which disappears after eating . ir brushing the teeth. About one person in two2-3 has bad breath during the '•ay, especially when hungry. Smokers, alcohol drinkers and garlic takers .11 have their own characteristic halitosis. ' As inspired air passes.to the alveoli it collects odours emanating from lie mouth, nose and naso-pharynx. In the alveoli it is in equilibrium with he blood which contains aromatic compounds. Exhaled air always 'contains :ome aromatic compounds, but the concentrations frequently do not reach the =lfactory thresholds.Z The stomach contributes little to halitosis as'the )esophagus allows gas to pass upwards only during eructation. ' :~ Oral Odotos prot`ab(V 4ufrs t1& 4lii&si~i iQ9C'01o of cascs,2 The smells ~ ome either from food and tobacco, or more commonly from bacterial digestion ~ • iG,.~I +~z
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szA tI 0 U- 0 U~ t~ I i (5y&T) SV°Ty 8t 'Iauqaay Poc+3 Puv xZT'>i TT2H '!9 '0 pu8 x2T1PaH 'I •y 'uVc.»I3t•, ',d 'Q Aq 'SNI`J%a-SY3'JV D::ICS'::1-J4`?cW ti CG_t !ui I.SINVC'tiOMIN SNIECS-1S: i ..0 :;3^._'.,I1US '1; •a `u:n.ptaFi s tet oszos `
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` 50254 . 7812 s 'k 1970; I .; 4 1 .f ~ ~ i ~t~ ~ ,i.bUn,.~rl: t:;Cd0V :CAP~YS?5 PJPUL~:xI02vS 1"a f'F:rN1T.~:~ n3:£h.S, loy I1. R. ~icJ~a-n, T. --•. '.~.•_- - r.d C. N. tiaZ: !. A j: - r. N.ilE: ur:d F'oc+d T3chr.oZ. 27 245--2 :1 (1964) ~ '..^.`sY` - , . . . . . . Q 3 - - ._..._..._..
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` 50254 7791 : ~ -- - - - - - ~ . 7C7CII Me89=76 S.P. VINYL CHLORIDE: Jour. Toxicol. Environ. Health 1(1)47-73(1975) HOW MANY UNKNOWN PROBLEMSI dew/qpreent. Anlnal experir»snts shou;d bf Mrhlated to deterrnlnw the jjtbjlonsh/p of iAoti exposures at hlyh corecrntrotlons or lotv exposures at low coeorsstrctrns to the deMelopr»ant of Ilvrr nwMunct/on end potho/oqy. A phormacok/netic awluotion of both arlt»als and exposed worRers should lndlcate the blotransformosion products M NYe bbod Great eanphasB shopld be p/aud on developnunt of batta, more rapid dl#gnostrk and therapeutie measures Health protection should 1nvoAW government, /taQusOy, ond labor In efforts to protect t/n worker from noxious chewskels. -_ ~1Y TM ebenrstry, blotronsfarnwion, toxkolVy, ond cardnoQenldty d vilny/ chloride A.w Msn revlewvd. There Is little doubt that this chenNca/ produces ang/osarcona In both arOn.o/s and man. Howerer, the conditions for cancer lnduct/on la »an cannot at • tMs point !n time be related to ambient exposure levels. An 1naaQSe bf reported cases of vinyl chlorlde-Induced cases of /tva nallunct/on, anq/osortea+o, Raynaud'1r tryedrorpe, scleroderea, and acroosteolysis should be expected tn the ssear future due to post exposures. The exposure of the general population to Nnyl dMorlde-propelled eetosob end household products may be a contributor to these disease stote& Occupational exposures will probably decrease as VC/PVC pArnes meet the new exposura standard of 1 ppn% However, ep:dunloloqJaol surwys should be continued to- • ascertdn tAe latent period and the degree of exposure Involved in anylosaraoaae Jefferson, Arkansas U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Food and Drug Administration, National Center for Toxicological Research, ~---~.--,,-..-- ., d ".~ .i - ~ I ti
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76 I Ma-79 50254 7803 :I ~ Harold R. Rogers, Craig L. Hill, Yuzo Fujiwara, Randall J. Rogers, H. Lee Mitchell, and George M. Whitesides THE MECHANISM OF*FORMATION OFti~RIG 1~RD REAGENTS: THE KINETICS CF REAC~TION OF AL~YLLIDES IN DIETHYL ETHER WITH ~I'•SAGNESIUM. - Department of Chemistry k ~h~~n~~~''Aul ~~~..~ LIAIISON ~'.~.-~0GRARd MASSACHUSMTS INSTHUTE OF TEGIR01 11-29-78 ra4•t . ~'.~ Z~ ~ . Q 3 t~ Qn ~3 Q 1 8 I S ,
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50254 7814 aw,g aFricult~urnl~en~ineerir.g indox, 1v07-1JG0. Reti•nolds- burfi, Ohio, 14hricultunil G;ia«ltin;; Associutes; order fro!r. la:dH•nrds I3roLhers, A.nn Arloav, 1961. :ta, 13.5 p. 29 cm. Bibliography: p. 127-18't. 1. Agricultural englucering-fertod.--lndares. 2. Agrlc-Otural rnglneer[r.g-Bibl. L Title. 25071.I;UII3 C ~ 01G.G3105 G1-1.~29 Ltbrar3• of Coneress (5j =,... --... • ... . ~. » -,. • , . ,r; .......~ a~ ` I 0 3 0 0 n 0 0 1 8 2 b _...{.......~.-
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50254. 7811 tv.N's ,,~n -SN YATORS~ALNMiAiH.•~/~.ti1'i~X/DAwils~iOSEp~"it ~/QOG~CfdES/,~AINRi"l =X' Ele $e -DR y//~/G A T- 7"RA/va7rA/ PRG&W G O 4.4 7~PY~/?_FR/ iF.P A Y/d4 ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FObD TECHNOLOGY AND FDOD SCIENCE SERIES • YOIUME 1/rDOb 3~e A?d ch i N e ry/ /~lR~Gf,I•A/~/E'RJ•/ / ~q~/ ? Encyclopedia ~ . of ~'ood r .Engineerin- : g 6 3 A. W. FARRALL A. L. R1PPF.N n..r- 1 , 0 /
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50254 7817 ~ ry ;370 tla Milk pasteurization, by Carl IV. Hall atid G. Malcolm Trout. Westport, Coiun., Avi Pub. Co.,14f,8. 1x, 2:14 p. Iliua.i 24 cm. Ine'a:des bibllogrnprles. 1. Diilk-I'usteurizatlon. L Trout, George Malcolm, lfi1G- lotnt auti:or. u. Title. SI~2.~3.IT2G ~-~, 63T.1338 67-15919 i Library of Cotigrec9 43, ~.~_~. .. . - »T . _ . . _ _ . . ~.y..-. . --~------.,--~------~--~,:.~~.., -. ~ $ 2 9 .,
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81 X Ha NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/ Effects of nicotine and tobacco smoke on the electrical activity of the cerebral cortex and olfactory bulb 9 Department of Pharmacology, Tobacco Research Council Laboratories, Aarrogafe 1. Effects of nicotine, cigarette smoke and carbon monoxide have been com- pared in the cat enciphale isole preparation, exhibiting a synchronized electro- corticogram (ECoG) and behavioural sleep. 2. 2 ml samples of smoke, containing approximately 7 µg nicotine (approxi- mately 2 pg nicotine/kg for a 3 kg cat), introduced into the lungs at 30 s intervals from a smoking simulator, caused desynchronization of the ECoG and behavioural arousal. 3. Effects of smoke were matched in the same experiments by intravenous injections of nicotine. 2 pg/kg every 30 s. 4. The use of specific nicotine antagonists, for example mecamylamine, and filters for removing nieotine, indicated the presence in smoke of other agents capable of exerting a pharmacological response. 0.'~ f1 (I n Q Il 1 83 `1 "-ftt-~ ., 50254 7822 Br. J. P/wrnurc. (1970), 38. 271-286. 1 l 1
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~ ~ 50254 7810 a • 425 Ba 1969 ARCHER 1 YROCEED1rGS OF THE SYAU'OS1UM ON RECENT DEV; ;LCPMENTS IN ELLIPS4.N'IETRY ; LINCOLN. NEBRASKA. U-S.A., AUGUST 7-9, 196t '- - 6aesr fi/rrors: N. M. BASHARA Eleeaical dfo, crialr Loborotory• - D. {wrfinent aJ E/Ktrl.'aJ EnpinerrLrj Uaiversitp oJA'rbrucka. LineoG,• Nrbraska A. B. BUCKMAN ELECTRICAL MATERIALS LABORATORY + UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA i --Ekctrir.f hf.+l: rinl.. LaSoro••>n --llrparrnx,u t•I fiKrrica! ErFinealK! Unir.'rsilp oJNeSraska. Lincoln. Nebraska I/obil Rrsearch and Derelopwu•nt Corporarion. Dallas. Tesat 1969 I NORTH-HOLLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY - AMSTERDAM - - _ - , , . ` 0.7 f) 0~n 0 0 ~~. ~. zz j
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..:J'->- - ~'-.i 5ft254 7800 . _ . . .ti.`:. r1 .•: . ... Er RYL1 IUM HALIDESJ N , . . ~ ~ C}IEMISTRY ' N ' ? I ' ' B ' I Q GAN C/ HAIsIDE /SL LF 1~,%151 .UR COMPQUPiDS/ -1912 , S I p '1vITROGEN' CO rIPOL'h'DS, ~-'INaRG!~.YIC /YIC/ Ce - . : AND aIoCHEMISTRY , SULFUR A Van COk POUNDS% '' , . ;~ INaRCAi,JIC Ci-IEMISTRY :: . _ ......_.~:. ~..,.~.... - ' :: YotuM ~ (~9~ ~ ~4 r ~ -1- - . • • H I EMELF.US ) • ? . ' Unlvenft Chemicol [aborato . 1972 ;; . /l. G. SHARPE . Cam6rJdge, England . - ;:• ACADEMIC PRESS 14~V) New York and London S ~1.... . . , : . r 4
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50254 7e19 History of American ijr3,istrial sc:ien2d. \ew '1'ork-, Library Puhlishers t1954, 4C,.°3 p. illus. 23 cYU. Iocludw bibllograpby. 1. U. S.-lndus.-Hlst. 2. Industrlul arta-Ilitt. S. Tecbnologp- H ist. HC103.H1i5 ~ 338 b4-D440 f Lib: ary of Coneress t201 , o~~onq~ I s3 . , ,_,... ,
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77 hoc. Norl. A d. Sct. VsA , CARBON MONOXIDE/CARBOXYIIEr.OCLOBIN/ Vol. 7 .~'o, l~ PP 3113-33;571(October 1976) Chemistry ~ II Co . ~ Nature of 02 and CO binding to,etalloporphyrins and.eme proteins (hemoglobin/infrared vibrational speclra/mctal bound superoxides/distal binding site) • JAMES P. COLLMAN. JO11N 1. I3RAUAIANAjjZQ3j3K-WSP'M , AND KENNETII S. SUSLICK Ik7s,rtnw-nt of C1r•mistry, stan(wJ Uniccnity, 5tanf~xJ, Gtifumia P1~rB ContriLutrdLy Jomes P. Collmon, fuly 12.1976 . ADS'IRkCT The O: vihration of diosygen addncts of Fe and ! ~ J. Co model eomplctes of tr,n,rt,rt-tctrapicalamidnphtn~Ipur• ph)'rin ("pici:ct fenee" porphyrin, Tpisl'P) with 1•mcth% lim- idarole and 1•tritylimida .ulc •as asial bases arc rcTurtcd, ob• fained with sliffcrcnce techniyucs beto ccn t"O., t' O:, i t and NO eilh a Fouricr transfonn infrared speNruusctcr. As• s signments of ru, arc (OaP.rTpis PI'/ 1-u,cthl hmidazulc, 1159 ! em-r in \ujul;(O.)Fi~Tpivl'PI I-tnh•Iimidarulc, 1183 iu bcn- t sene; (0-)Co(TpicPl') 1•mcthplimidarulc, 1150 in \ujol; , i (Os)Co(1'pis•1'1') 1-trit% dimidazole, 11i3.in bcrvene. Cumparisons with other knoNn Fc, Cu, ('r, and Ti dinsyccn enrnplrsei are made, and it is eoncluded that Ihe In'nl diuzygcn Iit;and is best :0 3 viewed as bound supcro.ide, O. . The CO af(initics of % arious hcnroproteins and moalcl systems di stc~ l C~ elat ~~ i h.•t sccoY-c CA stnPun.~ frc- ene~nd ilfbinlf)ti}; cJrlstaot~s dcacribeJ'1'hcli Ya.tically iow'ered a(iinit.' of hrninnrutrin% for ('!) rnr+n.•,•,1 ..;rt, „n- prepared under Inert atmosphere. Separate samples of these solutions were expcKrs( to an atmosphere of CO, NO. O:. and >200 torr r"O: (lxslli 5-Itb and rJ0!': rnrichcd)r. lnfrarcd slrciral data of all sulntiuns were collected fx•tssrcn _O00 cni 1 arwl 750 em't on a DiFilab i`fs 15 D Fuurier transform spectrometer. at I cm't resulution. A nRfC XLO variable pathlcnGth cell fitted wilh NaCI windows and sct toO.J mni was uscsl Differ- ence spectra were computed using th-e stanJard suftwareof the spretrornctrr. (Tfknse dif ference spxrlra are arwlo;ats to sample minus reference abssrLansc six'ctra on a conv.•ntional dual bcatn sre.trotnctcr.)1•he axfficieuts in the difference shcctra were chosen to reduce to bacrline the porphvrin bands at 1695 em't atwl 10l)1 cm'r; small amounts of a nc•at Ix•nzrne spec- trum were tlK•n addrd or subtracteJ, to arruunt for slir~thtMr . ~ 1
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50~5q 7835 RJR CLASS NO. TEXT800K TS 2240 Ha 1964 STUDIES ON THE CONVERSION OF NICOTINE TO NURNICOTINE. Doctoral dissertation. North Carolina State College, Raleigh, NC. 1961 Univ. MicrofilMs International.Ann Arbor, M1.114 p..b1.(IN s ENC,) ISN = 6106 03n 0n 00i847 ,
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-:t-- ---- ~ 502S4 7632 BOTA.IY--ANATOMY/PLANT CELLS AND TISSUES/PLANT CYTOCHEMISTRY/ QK 673 Ha 1978 Electron microscopy and cytochemistry of plant cells EAitor: School oJBiologfeo! Sciences. [/nirersUr o/Susae.r, BrlrlAon, Sussex BNI 9QG, L'niteJ llhspdwm - 1978 ELSEVIER/NORTSi•HOLLATID BIOMC_UICAL PRESS AUISTERDAM - OXFORD- NEW YORK . , ~ 4 4 . .; © . , ~ \
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Ricaey, C B ed. A-ricultural ez;hineers' handbook ibyl C. B. I:ic•hey, rditor-iti-rliief, Paul Jacobson landj Carl 1P. Hall. \tvc York,lllcGraw-Hi11,1DG1. SS0 p. iaua. 24 cm. Includes blbllograpby. 1. Abrlcultural engfneering. 7. Tith SGi5.R5 G31 Gfl-139I2 j Library of Congress 0 Im o~nanoQis~a I
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i QC 457 H ~ 5025a. 7834 lndustri; l applicat.ion: ot iii.ra:rod. 1st ed. :<<.w S'ori:, 11icGraw-I-lill Book Co., x, 201 p. lllus. 2•1 cm. ~ B1blioginpLy: p. 1t13-1flG. Infra•red raya--Industrial ap,lications. 2.. DrSlog spp arntr.s. I 0,C457.1 1~ 535.6 Library of Congress t51ca54 •'- - .12 ~••.; ,; a ~s 4 f 0 3 ~Qnoo I 8 qb:
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I i 50254 7827 ENGINEERING, ELECTRI ML/ COMPUTERS~ ~ __. _ . _..__. . . _. 78 I Bi GENERAL METHODS TO ENABl.E.11OBOTS WI'Tlr ViSfON TO ACQu6-RE, ORIENT AND TRANSPO;,*rr W(lYiL'Wla'''.Ci'.S FOUF;TH REPWIT (Covering Period 1977 August 15 to 1978 July 151 ~ , . . BY J. BIRK, R. KELLEY. L. WILSON, V. BADAPIII, T. BRO:YNELL, N.CHEN, D. DUNCAN,jjMM- H. MARTINS, R. SILVA AND R. TELLA GRANT APR74-13935 PREPARED FOR UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND KINGSTON, RHODE ISLAND 02881 NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION WASHINGTON, D.C. 20550 DR. BERNARD CHERN PRODUCTION RESEAfiCH AND TECHNOLOGY APPLIED SCIENCE AND RESEARCH APPLICATIONS 0 n O 4 3 9 % t
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8 III 9 NASA CR-2756 ' 4 TITLE AND SUBTITLE 6. REPORT DATE October 1976 Products of the Reaction of Chlorine Atoms and Ozone a, PERFORMING ORGANIZATION C(AE 2-77 S.P. - 7, AUTHOR(S) ' I • _ t, C. erl @ , S. Bhatia, B.PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORf R W. A. Guillory and J. N. Ga les M-186 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 10. WORK UNIT NO. Department of Chemistry t169MVY11JOW°-'001 SI Niorehouse College Atlanta, Georgia 30314 13, TYPE OF REPORV 8 PERIOD COVERED 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS National Aeronautics and Space Administration Contractor Washington, D. C. 20546 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE 15. SUPPLEMENTARY. NOTES Piepared under the technical monitorship of Dr. J. B. Stephens, Aerospace Environment Division, Space Sciences Laboratory, MSFC; and Drs. James King and William Derlore, Physics Section, Jet Propulsion Laboratory. * P ent Add ess: Dc t f Ch i t U iv i U 16, 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 theQym&etr;c Q~IOI;ad~al,~hiie vTTy ~ttls,pf the asymmetric C1OO radical is produced. ' It Is also found t}, at the presence of OZ en nC% the OC1O production and that CIOO is the primary product in the reaction of C1 atoms and pure 02. The radical C1O is also observed i / \ 50254 7830
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50254 7833 ,/ .., 1 _ NHERCTAt+•Ca qTiN~ .iN VARY C~~RSTCk~ pF NiC ~ F.i-.JCqTED AMp1f/,P.Ld:CDS~z ~ ~" NoCOT~ ~]'~I~1F e r NA X l :h :o Of .ho Un: ~ " Cay.oa, ; : : ^;.t~ttc ~`,o ~rth `e3 2a.wrr ~ (~. . ~~ ~: •~; ry+ll-? /' ••~ r ~ J`,, O,C"I 8 4 S 1 N k t•
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50254 7836 - .. PRZODUCTWITY MEASUREPOEff !N P%&D:• .I M6B7-7s s:r. • Productivity Measurement Experiment (PROMEX) in Seiected Rc~e6rch and `D6velopment'Programs ` at the f1ationa! Bureau of Standards ~Tn-ra1P= , 7 - Office of the Associate Ditcctor for Administration National liureau of Standards ' -- • ~ Washin6ton, D.C. 20234 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Rogers C. B. Morton, Secretary and James A. Baker, III, Under •Secretary Dr. Betsy Ancker-Johnson, Assisfant Secretary for Scienco and Technology Roger A. Dixon ' NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, Ernest Ambler, Acting Director Institute for Basic Standards National Bureau of Standards Boular, C y lo(ldof V 03t@i 0 rssued December 1975 i . . 1 8 '4 $
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__--- - _.°cas _~. xx rse~-t~ca i 5025t/ 7821 _ __ ~... _._ ..i....._ -..~: .,.~...__...._._ _ - 1972. . TttAXSACt1n\S or -ayrt: ASAE /,r (5) 40r.2.9-,2.r Density and .t'or Sj y~[UHRs_WS11-i ~c~"CQrn During Drying . ... . .,. , . Robert J. Gustlfson and STwE.Yr :1fc..raER ASAE MEasaen ASAE YrI recent years there has been a sig- j t:iRcant interest in detennining (lie physical properties of grains. Much :' information -of `this' 'tt~e is` necdect' iri rclation to grain conditioning and mar- keting. True' and bulk density values can be used to detcirtine the porosity of shelled corn. These physical proper- ties are closely related to value deter- mfnations in our present corn-market- infi s;•stem. Creatrr knowledge ahout the ef)cct of various drving tcrnpcra- tures on the true and bulk densities of i In the vessel. The pycnometer was used mith a helium atmosphere. - " t' - V .. liere ate Iiotli advaniaSes and dis Al 7 advantages -with this system. It is very accurate under closelv controlled c•on- ditions. The use of ~the inert helium 5 as eliminates any reaction between ie unknown product and the atmos- pLere fn which it is being tested. Tl~e disadvantagcs include tlie fact that changes in room temperature during operation are readily apparent in the restrhs obtained. W'itlr this pvcnomc- FIC. 1 lietiuat-a+r pyeaontctcr used for ter, it is also difRcult to obtain a st::h!e ,_AAlcd.ccucLit r1'y_t1~l~~.ar,1a t'Oly.q~.~iqtcntrjitnt'~tyc 1J J t' (~ ~ 1/ t,1 1J I ' i 1 ,`
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, I 50254 7840 VI Re ~-77 .S.P,. ; . a. i . CLINICAL TOXICOLOGY 9(6), pp. 929-936 (1976) Influence of Exposure Pattern on Toxic . Response to Nitrogen Dioxide* K L CAMPBELL, B.S., D.V.M., M.P.H. Environmental Toxicology Division Health Effects Research Laboratory National Environmental Research Center U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnati, Ohio M. S., Ph. D. Environmental Toxicology Division Health Effects Research Laboratory National Environmentat Research Center Research Triangle Park, North Carolina -o -13 p •-ca n' o w:: I a S 2 Cc t :~
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~ 50254.7826 tta„~1 : . ~ FLOWMETERS/ .arm.a ' ~- - -` - ' Sensor/transducer course-Part 5 - ~ " [7` ~ t M ~ - - . - . c .. ~. . . ~... .: . '. -. . monitoring _ ~r . ~ a _ . ....;.._ _ . . . -.. . . aevice :.~ _: A comparison chart, application guide and more help you select the right flowmeter forr your needs. Part 4 of this course, presented lastwmth, covered the_ downstream if the loss due to the friction between the basic sensors and transducers used for pressure mei- . two points Is added Velocity head is the vertical dis- urementtance through which a low viscosity liquid has to fall to This month's installment, Part S, provides a wide oa- obtain a given velocity. Pressure head is the vertical rtety ojtnJormation on flouxneters. The devices covered distance a column of flowing liquid would rise in an rnn- ~'' '- range from a simple orifice g re9uirin8 a DP transmitter open ended tube as a result of static Pressure. The P• *. ;' to a mass flowmeter based on the Coriolis ef~ect. You'll ciple is applied to flow measurement b altering the ve- ~ ..... -....f.~.~ -.... . . ..,-,. r._ W. :.w't-tl-..+`..~ - a ..-'.9.C- »_r<+'S . -.Rx w" ..N+4. .I~ ^ i`.f.~.- . 4.. . ." .. .~~.u:- ;Y° .. . .. r . .~ . . . - . . ... . . ... ... 1 .'..`ctii~ . _ / ~
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50254 7841 . { 370 i}iB Dk i`.:tr"z1"F?:3 Q: FRU.t'i' Ark~ V'EGiTkT;S.I!-S, A (The P:vLt ead Ve~etublu Gen~f.ng tnr ~ick Fres;;fvs F.march Acasc. Techn,'.cALL 1?:aactia E04 9) ~ 1965 35 p. ~ Chf.ppiag Czmpden Glcwce€terchire ~ 0~ a 0~t 0 () I~3 S~ .. W.~-
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5025%. 7823 RA AIR--POLLUTION-- FUELS/FUELS/TRACE ELEMENTS/COAL/ 576 OIBLIOGRAPHIC DATA 1. Report No. b Un SMEET 1;PA- 2-?3-249 1973.. r~e. ~rrre Potential Pollutants in ossil Fuels 7. AwAor(s) °• GRi'_2DJ :?3 E, I%I. Magee and G. M. Varga, Jr. I N ,~ ~Y S^rds .nd h°evn.em AnalYsls. 17°. Ileur.ptors d A d d ~ ; United States. Ttlc~ data are categorized_according to the location of the raw fuels. ress as~e an rlorn~nR Oraan~uuon 1. Pe -' Esso Research and Engineering Co. Air pollution Trace elements ~ P O ~x 8 Fossil fuels Ashes Fluorine Linden. New Jerse 07036 Chemical analysis Lignite Arsenic y Coal Crude oil Selenium 12 Sponsorinit C1it.nizact,.n..rne and Address Oils Manganese Cadmiurr , EPA. Jffice of Research and Monitoring Oil shale Zirconium Mercury ~ j NERC/RTi~, Cor:trcl Systems Laboratory Contaminants Tin Lead '' Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 Sulfur Barium Boron ' Chromium Copper Germanium Nitrogen Beryllium litaniun ~ Cobalt Zinc Molybdenum 1~ b~WirKr.iop<.-~na.d T.r.. Vanadiu: Nickel Gallium Lanthanum --~ Mineral matter )` T e l.Coal analysis ~ por4 p~•.es~n tsp.nd,~na zg~ dat .,...a...... ....~_ ae literature on 2 '. sulIt~r ~it3•bgA ,~~Id MheY potenffal oll[ftants in fossil fuels corsumed in the \ PB 225 939 ~S- epon :1ar: June 1973 1 •- Nerloaeing Qganizarion Rep.
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E 50Z54, 7gZ8 SMOKING 11ARITS--RELIPiQitI S11IPiG/TOP,ACCO--SM(1KThG--PSYCl10L0(:Y/ DENTISTRY/DIETARY PROBLEMS/BEiIAVIORAL SCIENCE/ RC ~ 495 Cr , 1975 ClinicalMypnoses: Principles and h;~plication~ Grune & Stratton A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishcrs New York San Francisco London ~ Harold B. Cr.asiineck, Ph.D. Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology Clinical Associaic Professor of Ancsthcsiotogy V1 I/ _ . .. tl 0 3 n tl tl 0 0 1~ 4 0 0 Clinical Assistant Profcssor of Psychiatry &-sistant Professor of Psychiatry in Obstetrics and Gynecology University of Texas Health Science Center Southwestern Medical School Dallas, Texas i ~i ~
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78 VI Do NICOTINE--DETERMINATION( in Biological fluida)/ ' 50254 7837 Dow, J . ; . . M • , . • • . .PADIPHLE~ . . " . . RJR CLASS NO. T 78 VI Do (Univ. Newcastle upon Tyne, Dep. Pharmacol. Sci. Geol.) ESTIMATION OF PLASMA NICOTINE BY COMBINED CAPILLARY COLUMN GAS CHROMATO- MASS SPECTROMETRY. Proc. B.P.S., July 13-15, 1977 (in English) *Abstr, in: Brit. Jour. Pharmacol:,,-61 .(No.'.1)--159P'(1977)* =- I {r quantitative method for the determination of ~ nicotine by combined capillary column gas chromatography-mass spectrometry hAs been ~ developed. The initial extraction of nicotine, from plasma, used a modification of the method of 1 Feyerabend, Levitt & Russell (1975). This modification allowed the addition of the quinoline tnternal standard direct to the plasma, prior to L extraction. _ 0, 3 n 0 n 0 0 I$ 4 9. . _,L .
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~_- 50254. 7836 _ Annafi di Chinr~ 69. 1979~ 629 I~ CIIh'IQUES Il~i SELECTED t~tON DETECTIONl NE~N•TI: - , i NG [- iiLID l 6 (V I 80 LIIMi~ 7. ~ DAVID S. I111L1.1\GTO\, VICTOR C. f'ARR 1 VG•Orgart?c Ltd., 3, Tudor Road, Altrincham, CLahire, Engiand WA14 5RZ IG r Z„TUDaR~ 3) r~~Cl(E=St!l~E,,'wAAA ~~ ' ~_-- &onrnrary. - The main factor that limits de detection of minor specific components in biological fluids using the method of sclrctcd ion detection with gas chromatography- y6ass spectromrtn• is the cxtent of spurious siz=36 due to interfering compounds eo•cluting from the column. Examples given in this papxx dlustratc how this problem can be ovcr- eonte by incrcasing the specificity of the deteetm. )i doublc-foeussing marnetic-sector t1'pe , mass spcclromcter provides most possibilities br increasing selectivity. In gcncral, in- creasing the resolution is a reliable technique and allows the detection of tetrachlorodi- benzodiozins in, for example, human tissue at tllr parts per trillion level. Specific reaction monitoring at ntctastablc ions is another new teeMniquc of vcry high spccificity, potentially spplicablo to a..ide rangc of biologically imp.ctant compounds. -Exccllcnt results were obtained when this mcthoi was applied to the irtcetion of sterols, dcrivatised as t-butyl- dimcth.•lsilyl ethers. in unpurified cxtracts of beman blood plasma. . . , ~ . i . ~ - 0-3~dn,oo t 8S0 . : rrr '1
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. y , h ~ QD 181 Ha 1972 rT '•-f , 0 - , R . . LEAD AZIDE/ 50254 7846 ~~_ .. . - -- DISSERTATIONS--UNIYERSITY OF DELAWARE/ ~ STUDIES OF ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE AND CHEMICAL INSTABILITY IN LEAD AZIDE.,-- - - , llniversity of Delaware. Ph.D.. 1972 Physiu , solid state University Micro(ilms, A l(ERm(Company, Ann Arbor. Michigan May :972 ~~ A 0 0 b Q i a 5 8
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.15O25$ 7847 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOG3 INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM 1 8-34-79 73 III Rel-79 S.P. ENERGY PRICES, INFLATION, AND RECESSION, 1974-75 Knut A. Mork and -~?~ Energy Laboratory:-, 03000.00 1 8S9
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• • _~I!• ~. 50254 7852 ~s . POLLUTION CONTROL/LAWS .& LEGISLATION/FEDERAL REGISTER/ WASTE DISPOSAL/ ~ . i I?' Q 123 w8 1980 Tom Watson, Jeffrey J. Davidson, and David R. Case GOVERNMENT INSTITUTES INC. t AUGUST 1980 0 03t1A~0Q. RCRAMAZARDOUS WASTE!~ HANDBOOK .fw 8 6 q • , ;
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r (50254 7856 I MeA7-79 W20 WOW) S.P. (Professor of Accounting, CPA, Georgia State Univ., Atlanta) MANAGEMENT CONTROL (2 cassette tapes), presentation made for RJR on September 8, 1976)Research/Dev. Seminar Speaker .0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 6 8 ~ E
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5025t 7839 . 74 111 Ba CARBOHYDRATE RESEARCH 19 49-61(1971) 2 ~IPAO-74fi1: 4-DEOXY-4-FLCORO-D-GLL'COSE: AN IMPROVED 3YNTHESaS AND C;_y~C (~]'4,, /- FLUORIDE DERIVATIVES ~ {`(sJl ~ FLUORINATED CARBOHYDRATES.• 1. /4 7 At t1I BARFORD,' Ael 131 FOSTER jJj HJ WESTwOODJ ry , Treatment of the 2-toluene-p-sutphonate of 3 with base gave 1,6:2,3-.Iiar•,hydro-4 j ~; he.rrar Brntrv Re,a'ch I~ss~:ro, Institvre of Cancer Researde:WI Ca a jyf iphal,-Lnndon ' S. l. 9 (Great BritarN L 1 fit/ +Ii1 IOHVSOV ~nll~~ AND f ~•7Depdrtment ojChemistry,"Unirersrry oJBritish Cotunrbia, Vancourer d,tB. C.. (Canada) % ~ (Received January 26th, 1971; accepted for publication, February 22nd, 1971) ~ 4-Deoxy-4 fluoro-D-glucose (5) has been synthesised by two routes. Treatment ~ of 1,6-anhydro -4-O-tosyl-p-D-glucopyranose (1) or 1,6:3,4-dianhydro-P-D-galacto- pyrano§e (2) with potassium hydrogen fluoride in boiling etbane-l,2-diol affords 1,6-anhydro-4-dcoxy-4-fluoro-p-D-glucopyranose (3). Acid hydrolysis effects the conversion 3- 5. The dianhydride 2 was readily obtained by photolysis of its 2-0- tosyl derivative. N.m.r. data are given for 5 and the 3-fluoro analogue, and for 2,3,6- ~ tri-O-acetyl-4-deoxy-4-fluoro-z- and -P-D-glucopyranosyl fluoride. Numerous long- range-(`J and sJ) F-H and F-F couplings were observed for these compounds. i
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0 QR 115 }la 1975 PDDL i ; i ~ i Second edition 1975 I .._ .,. .. . ... 0 3_0 4.00 0 1 8 S 4 FOOD,FR CLOSTRI, ,L 5oi5v. 7saz Z EN--ItI CROB I OLOC;Y / FOOD--MI CROT3IOLOGY / FOOI)--BACTERI OLOGY / IL~*t BOTULINI2i/BnTItLIS~i/nACTERTnLOl;Y--rtEDIA/ THE$CAMPDEN FOOD PRESERVATION RESEARCH ASSOCIATION CHIPPING CAMPDEN, GLOUCESTERSHIRE A Manual of Methods for -the Bacteriological Examination of Frozen i=oods - - CHIPPING CAMPDEN • GLOUCESTERSHIRE , :i j
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1.5025q 7845 76 I Ma-80 11-t9-80 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLO( ON THE ESTIMATION OF THE MULTINOMIAL PROBIT MODEL Yosef Sheffi et. al. Department of Civil Engineering INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM ~ Y. Sheffi,ijNL1VA1MC. Daqanso j Q 3 -Q..O 8 S 7 DISTRIBUTED FOR INTERNAL U: MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY. MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED. 7~'0_ -0 ~ 2
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t _50254 7844 > _....~_......._.___.. ~~~~._.. ZG. ~ QL i 55 Ha ~ 1.P.ZGai' 5 FEs'!'~^,~:?i~ ~.I.ES~SZ.~ 1'.t3~ 142'~LCr Silt. 1966 /M-U pagea wi11ioams G Wi11:1.us Compeny Salttmoxor ?:d. 8 5 '6.
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50254 7849 I . I SOILS--ANALISIS/ PLANTS--PaISO".OUS/ (1972) 71, s39-S33• ~ ORGANIC rLUORINI? I'\ TROPICAL SOILS ~ BY ~ AB. CAIN• tl ot ~. . 9-4 ~ . ,t ,L11initt~} of r1; Jct~lture, F_ishjrics eind .Food; 4ort'•ultarul IZe:_e7o/aarnt di:d AdZ•isor),, ` M rlrri.• rsily of $trt ice, Kenton 73u ~~'czocnstlc iifina 7 jvrt, a::d / nrl:uera o Ilnliiny; 1 /I 'e:.ecnstle upon % j•i:e ~~ j~ t;: ~:71! u n~ -I (Receired z i October 1971) SUMMARY ~ A number of tropical soils growing taxic plant spccics -which contain cuganically combincd ; orins ha~ bc• •it st~l«lic~~.~itl a v tv t cstablia the rclationship i~chwccn hlan: and soil s3-'~'''._'.~^, ~.nl.~.~l a~r_(~tnt.!! ~,:r.~ide^MuY..Cd . 7 3 /iw 1.t:c I
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1 50254.7855 ~ NYDItOGE\'-I0N CONCENTRATIO\ OF TH l E . R,~4~OT MEDIA IN RELATION TO r~ NS!'IRATION RA1'ES~C ~ ~ ~. ~ R1. 13. Far~roornarrd, L. A. Pcicrson, 1ndAX~Mrjaj#&W 0 3' n 0 n 0 0 1 8 6 7 ~ ~ , COMPLETE ARTICLE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST /ran. Jour. Agric. kes. VoL 2, Ao. 2, ~y ~Y c 1974 ~
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` ~ 50254 7aso . Fd. Sci. Nutr.:Curr. Tssues An4voern 11 Fi-SCf 7A X}( *teC -79 il ~YOD Qi1V~1~DE~~A +®[J fV Y~ S P S A V® A D®aT0V E-S V'~c•e President. Science and TeMno/ogy ; 1tfcCormkk A Company, l.rC ' WHAT ARE FOOD INGREDIENTS AND ADDITIVES? 0 ~~y Q~. N~~~n t i solid form, as opposed to drirrk, which may also contain ~~/ U 1 mbfe of~essurishing materiaLs tenance of the vital processes. 1. Nutritive material absorbed or taken into the body of an organism which serves for purposes of growth, work, or repair and for the main- confused by many. ! ThEdictionary definition of food is straightforward: Effective discussion of food ingredients and additives requires that we first de- fine them. Definition is made both necessary and more difficult by the fact that there are two definitions each for food and food additives-the legal and the practical. Furthermore, these terms are understood by few, feared by some, and
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_ 0254 7825 -._..~. ST3:~liRSI_S:,ORGAtiIC/BI(TLOGICl4L CH6iI6TRY=-LIPIllS/,. . • .~ 5 ~ 7~1 ZZZ C~ 1St Journal oJ Afedicinal CAsmiary, 1.974. Yot 17, No. 2 / S~R -*7 Cycloalkanones. 3. Structure-Activity p Relationsh st of H t ypocholesterolemic Cyclooctanone Derivatives -. .. ,. - ~ a `. C.L. Carlson,flF,9Mall!vG. S. Abernetby.2 and C. Piantadosi• 'r ~::., . ... .. .. . _ . . _ te .•. _ 4 Departmr+u ojMedicinat Chemistry, School ojPharntaq. (Iniuersiry ojNorth Carolina. Chapel Nilt North Carolina 27511. RecriaedAujuat 10. 1973 . . . . . -:..- •-.~ . • . .. I I I . - y stitutcd ketone s)stem is present. Aromatic substitution has been studied in a sticces.dul atteo-at to eliminate the d fi r h I d d' ' 8 b' /4' th •lb n - a m r •1 1 + Tbe structure-activity relationship (SAR) of a series of novel 6ypocholesterolemie a;ents related to 2.8•dibenzylcy- %fuimum loweriae of cholesterol is obtained .•hea an o a'I~r a' dooctanone bas been dettrmined -dibenz disub- npou , .. ~ - e o t e ca eo e estrogen~c si e e ct e y nz. )cqc ooctaaAMne retasns some hypocbolesteto- ( The s atbesis of 32 deriv tro nicit ti littl ti it d h i i d k ib d "•' y y v e es fe a ves c ac y an u .. m s escr e y TM . ' ehaniul stirrir• ar.d a I)rier~',~Orc,{tc1.d.- -+''^^'" -•~`--: . and estrogen~c activtties of a series of denvattves of 2,& all compounds were eonsiutent with the assicned structure. dibenzylcycloc+ctanone (1). Four areas of the parent eota- Z.8-Bis(arylideae)ryclooctaoooes. General Procedure. A so- pound have been tnodiFed: the cyclooctane ring, the ear- lution or 5 g(0.215 saol) of freshly cut Na in 125 ml of absolute bon 1 functio the nethylene side ehain and the ttirornat- . E:OH was prepared ia a 250-m1 three-neck flaak fitted with me- i . n . tension of that work to determine the hypochofesterolemie ~ .~cro a t ~c y element werc eorreet.vithin 10.4%. Infrared and nmr syrctra of The hypocholesterolernic and antifertility activities of a Fsperiateatal Sectiioo ~ series of dibeozylcycloallcanones have been previously re- lyeltin6 pointa were taken on a Mtl-Temp apparatus and were unds re rt.ed here re resent an ez- P~~z The comDo po p corrected Elemental ainal ses (Atlantic %.t• 1 b) ' ted b d• .. V N .• n O n .. .!, ()' S • •I Y 7 It ,~
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. IX Wh -81 S.P~ A CAPABILITIES STATEMENT FOR INHALATION TOXICOLOGY STUDIES USING A NOSE-ONLY LYHALATION SYSTEM Prepared by Carol J. Henry, Ph.D. Ken K. Kanagalingam, Ph.D. V.M.D.. Ph.D. Richard E. Kouri. Ph.D. ficrobiological Associates 5221 River Road Bethesda, Maryland 20016 (301) 654-3400 50254„7858 March 18, 1981
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rr ?4- tr,: Treadwell, Frederick Pearson, 1857-1918. Analytical chemistry; based on the German text of F. P. Treadwell ... translated and revised by William T. Hall ... 9th English ed. \ eR York, J. Wiley & son, ina. ; London, Chapman & Hall, limited,1937--42. 2.. illus., tables, dtagrs. 231 cm. Title varies slightly. CoNSSxra--1. Qualitative analysls.-rt. Quantitative -analysis. ~ 1. Chemistry, Analytic. i. l:Iall, William Thomas, 1874- tr. ~75~'8 ,~937` . 541 87-20527 LI[b)rarytlof Clongress V,.y #53r42tr1I .
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9 0 1 - ed. Annual review of J)h}sioloby. v.\- /~ Stanford University P. O., Calif., 1939-7.. 23 cm. Editors: 1'J3a- J. DL Luck, V. E. Hall. E'ubllahed by American physiological society and Annual reviews, tna,1s>30- 1.. Physlolo+;y-1'earsbooks. r. Luck, James Murray, 18A9- ed. n. Hall, Victor I:rnest, 1901- ed. ii. American physiological s+octety. i.. Annual reviews, Inc. QP1.A535 -:.=: _ 612.058 39--15404 1
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I ,..50254 7861 XX MeC 78 - S,P, 77 NEW DIMENSIONS IN SYNTHETIC SwEETFr.IERS~ i ANATOMICAL COMPARTMENTALIZATION BY ADJUSTMENT . • OF MOLECULAR S I ZE ' Guy A. Crosb,v,,,* Grant E. DuBois, Ron L. BaZe, IF Rebecca A. Stephenson, Patricia C. Wang, and . r . DYNAPOL • Palo~Alto, Caliiornia, 94304 • Robert E. Wingard, Jr. * • A Contribution to the Conference on "Sweeteners and Dental Caries" Sponsored by the National Institute of Dental Research and the IIarvar.d School of Dental Medicine from the Chemical Synthesis Laboratories, 4 3 ~ 4 A 0 0 C. 8 7 3 0
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', 5025q 7848 72 II ,VtJ I'lrt~u!. ( t9i=) 7I, n PLANTS--POISONOQS/ ThiE DISTRIBUTION OI~ ORGA?~'IC I LUORINE I\I ~ SOME TOXIC TROPICAL PLI~NTS / I r A Br [ A~i,risli~~ of ~?~ricu)~urc, Fis_lreries.and 1?00~1; ,.9;ricaltural,,De~elofimeat ' ~-artd llds:isos j; Scq:ice, Got:crnurent 13r1ildrit;s, lientosl Bar, ' ei .~-lNerrcaslle, irposr Tj7u, NEt 2 YA ~ The tissucs of nuntcrous species of toxic plants from Africa, Australia and South America have ; been analysed for organic and inorganic fluorine. Tht preses:ce of organirally combined fluorine was established in most of the specics but %%•as %•cry variable in cuncentration. The stems and ; roots of the African I)ichajictalaccae generally contained much more fluorine than did the' lcal•cs :.nd the rcccrac.d situation %.a.s fnl!nl i.^n thc same tissues of the rlustralian GcsJroloGiurn ~ and Ux~lc,!vruir spccirs and in Ilie I'alicu:uea rnarc,ra;ii. Thc sceds of most of the specimens analyscd cnntaincd largc amounts of organic liuorirce but ...s absent in those of Acocio gcor"inae. None of the plant species examined grew in soils a•hidt were high in fluoro- j mincrals; on the comtrary sumc of thc hlants grctl• in soils containing cxecptioaally lotv levels of , fluorine. Awixy cxuc'atc on the outside of :hc toxic lraves of A.Rcorgiaae eontaincct significant # a~ouo~ o~,.{~ ~r~;.yt~ic 11 anj~ ls h(licv~ toa>c ~of xn cxcrriory mrcllanisrn. Ont~ a small ! }*l~pnsfinnkif tl~Jc~ut>E trlcl.ls i~Fi~tiAl d:14'(1u9oacKatc and there : hpcar to he nthcr fluorinated • ~~'
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I 50254 7$51 - `:F~ ~ i«i.L.l.~tl tav. •'~t',... S Z+4 iH£ C!F Ut'':M., Tit FOOD ...~...,. .., Ix z. ,RASS SuBST~.~c-':z, by r;r_ ' . £ :~i:V i.... P!n11 a-id Dernard L. t?ssz. Food Tech. !.~ (Fo. 2, pt. 2) 151-97 (1:=v'5) ~l ~ fI t3 ~ n'a ~6 b 3 , Z-
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s0isa,, Te&a -, . The use of thin specimens for X-ray microanalysis ! W' .~ e r. 73 II Re-74 S.P. ~~ ©•7ournat oj:Aficroscopy, irol. 09, Pt 2, Moyr»i5.r 177-IR2. f + Reazv. .+,: er 1913; rc:ision rceetved 16 February 1973 ~ _ , ; _ in biology ~ . , , . ~± . by~:x-~r9rLY,H. CLjt;t:t:A*:neRSO:candT.APPLEro~,Ca:~endishLabora- ~. ' . tory, Free S.Irool Lane, Cambridc e CB2 3R _O, Lnglartd, Defartnrcnt of Pctirologv, 4 t State Urrruerstt o 1~ e~u Yo •k 9 0 Cl k 1 j ~ i ng an . I , v a. son ~ venrre, Brookh n, Aew York 11203, ~: U.S.A. and 1'l0-srologica/ Laboratoi7,, Cambridge University, Cambridge CB2 3EG, d E l . SUMMARY t'' The qu:intitative X-ray microanalysis of ultratlun biological sections is excm- f+ , plified by a recent study of the distribution of calcium in mineralizing ca:tilase ~ ; and bone. The determination of calcium mass-fraction in one microarea of a E~ . vesicle within a section of rabbit epiphyseal plate cartilase is presented in detail in ~; f i ' ract ons are obtained G order toi all step of the data. Atass dsplays of the processing , hihdl ;. from an equation v.'hich is appro%imate but wc is aequatey accurate for most ~ cases of interest, specihcally for ultrathin biological sections where the anal}•sed arca consists prr: ominar.tly of organic matrix. \1'e shall e.amine the physical _ assumptions behind the computation, and the extent to which these assumptions . have been verified in the analytical microscope. ,- ..., . . . ...................... ..r"w..--•'9,•.V-!K'-'.n.r,-....•...-.....~....._..-- ....~~+...+t-,~.-,•--~...-...........».,ww.-~--..... . .. . 0 3 ~ a n0 0 1 a 6 6 a
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~ "UjWto the Council for Tobacco Research, New York (Nov. 1967) by A. P. Wehner; W. J. Bair; J. F. Park;m~ ~ and A. C. Case (Battelle Memorial Institute, Pacific Northwest Laboratories, Richland, Wash.) . \
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, a VI Re9-78 C ( 50254 7843 ~Z_.. 0% S•P• _%_ --00'" Jour Pharm S i 67(5)7 2 6 • . c . ( 5- 1.7R) Structure-Activity Studies on Mutagenicity of Nitrosamines Using Molecular Connectivity LEMONT B. KiElt *x, RICIIARD J. SIDIONS #, and Received August 3, 1977, frurn the *I)rpnrfinent of Phnrninceulical Chentistry, Afedico! Cnllrge of Virginio, Virginia Commonr.•ealf/; and A/CV/VC(I Cnnc.•r Ctnlrr, Rirhniond, VA 2J29:2, nnd the tl)eparlment of Chemistry, Eastern Nazarene College, Quincy,.'.IA 02170. Accepted for publication Sep;cmber 1, 1977. Abstract O The structure-activity relationship of a series of nitrusa- mines «•as evahuited for nurtat;enic pmtencv as measured in the Ames test. The structural description was made using molecular connectivity. A good correlation was found. Keyphrases D Nitrosamines, various--mutogcnic potency related to molecular cunnectivity indexes O 111utn;;enicity-variuu.4 nitrosnmines, rehited to molecular connectivity indexes O\loleculnr cunnect ivity in- dexes-variuus uitrocamines, related to mutagenic potency O Struc- lure-acticity relationships-various nitrusamines, mutagenic potency related to molecular conucctivity indexes I I ` .. Q.~O[1.00/8aS . to heteroatoms (l l) make the method ideally suited for a si structure-activity relationships of biologically important m, RESULTS A systematic search of the connectivity indexes for the,i Table I revealed two relationships with nearly equal yujt pressing the activity as the natural hig number of revertam mole, the following equations were found: In R s, 2.ASIR /+0.0321 eY t I N \
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('C96t zsn'°nv) S6"7P£ IR =Ia17flafl • • 1"i, •Z *vowEseS 'x 'Q A `sioubm auv s3zzxti tu i0x3is*a vif1u3S 02N iZ.~OIs'1 1aOH G.[1SS3Hd Q00'IS '3mSIQ x'3Il bHYh'0~.~'J ~ SIra,TaLt'dr ~ao~2S ro . t
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50254 7865 II MeAl-8r) S.P. Dietrich Reimer Verlag ASBESTOS IN THE ENVIRONKENT (GER24AN2 F. Griepentrog,. L.'Laskus, . ~ 3n d n ~ :,o Q 1$ 7 7 • Asbest in der Umwelt Belastung und Bewertung F Griepentrog • H. E. HaRer • L. Laskus16• H. G. MoN • H. Uehleke • U K'osing-Narr Dietrich Reimer Verlag H.G. Mo11, H. Uehleke, U. Wosing-Narr \1
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50254 7BS3 Ss '351 A ... , ... . ~j• _ _.. i.4.-.. New npi,ro:) c•hes to r,rst con~rol Pnd ergdicat.imi; a sympreiiun spoiisored by the Pesticides Subdii-ision of the Diris»n of Agricultural and Food Chr.nlistry at the 142nd n2eatinf of the American Chemical Societs, Atlantic City, N. J., Sep- tenlber 11, 1962. Stanley A. Iia11, sfmiwiuni chairman. Washington, American Chemical Society, 1963. xi. 74 p. 24 c7tt. (Advances in cbemiatry ser;ar, 41) IncladEs bibllographiea. 1. ;nsectlcldes. 2. Ineects. Inlurtous sta b~~e"rinI -Ws-roL T. Hall, Ltaaley Appleton, 19D7- n. Arnertcae Cracli^~~ a:e.et;. lllvlstca of Agrlcuitural and F(,c•d C:1re:uk.try. Pnstict4ee Scbdl4islon. in. Title: Pest control and erad:r--tion. (Series) QD1.A355 no. 41 632.951 Librery of Congre®s ~ 183 --^•-~c-~. Q n 0 a 1 8 b s 63-19.3:r6 t N ,
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! Sn7Sa.7B68 L .~..\._Y..Y. Y._--. RJR CLASS NO. PA.`II'(iLF.T X Me10-75 s.p. Wehner, A. P. ; L'air, Tl. J. Case, A. C. ; (i;attelle, Pae;fic 'orthwest Lab., 13io1. Dep., Richland, Wash., U. S. ) D.i~.PUSITIO:: 01' r^.=~?IU::UCLIDE-LAI;ELEll CICAI`,I:TTE SMOKE I": DOGS. ~ ~,.. ; Jour. A,.pl. Phj~siol. 37 (No. 4) 630-33 (Oct. 1974) (in English; ~*Key:ords:* 42Potassium, tobacco, additive; S':4rocinc, tobacco, additive; 24sodium, tobacco, additive. :do 24 1•? 9345 t *d* - *1974 . , , , . ~' - .r.....,.. .,a:._-, .. . l .- . •~~•.` ~- - . . _ . . - • . ~~~ . _ . ' . w'~.. . . . . ~.. . . - 1 t- " 17!
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l .:5025q, 7870 VI Re9-73 Z. Lebens:ait. 151 (1) 52-53 (1973) S.P. FORMATION OF t.ITROSMItJRS FROM LECITHINE AND NITRITE. Kurze Oribinalmitteilung Bildun- von Nitrosaminen aus Lccithin und Nitrit Ki.EUE.-rie DIoiMEF u ~- Mit.eilung sus'der Deutsehen Forschungsanstalt fur Lebensmittelsbetnie. 31unchen und der Fakultlit fiu Lundwirtschaft und Gartenb?u der Tecun6chen Univcssitiit Jlunchen ia Weilun- atcphan ($P,D) , ..._. .. Eingegsngen am 28. Dezember 157.^, .. Formation of Nitrosamines from Lecithine and Nitrite f ERv-nmarv. Volatile carcino;;enic I~'•nitrosaroines in p.p.m. quantities aee formed by boiling ` lecithine K•it.h nitrite in buffer solctions in the raube of pii 3,5--i. : 0 .S T:be1®1. ln! dut}~voq tiy3inen sus I.ccithin und A'atriumnitrit beim Kochen fn Yuttcrldoungcn~it Ncrocltd.dcr42m pQ 1Vert. Auswertung halbquantitativ nach [1j . .... __,._.~..L:---"...__~ .__ n...._
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50254 7878 x HaA7 i ~ ~ 0~ o 0.0 C1%0 ! 8 9(~ auz. SMOK1M }tJ4B1`1`S ANP D.1S~~F by J;_ C; k,-3 ~,,, p ~ ~N P~NIt5Y41tAN~A a rLEi :' ••" • tr •• ~.°A.^ st:~`C4' a i C1tLi` •~j" t 1J1't) , ~ _ . . . _ . . ~ . . . ~ . ~ - 3
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Da:cc3abichler, M. E. SEEDS AS SOJkCES OF is-[3-(3,-4- DIUYDROXYPHFR"a,) - MAME3, by M. E. Dahaubichier, C. H. VanEtten, E. !! . fra t{.,A~~ F. R. Far2-Q and A. S. Darclay 1970 4 Pagoa, Table & Suppl. U. S. Dopt. of Agriculture Nasbington, D. C.• ,
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~il~tlRW~~~ Bakteriolosische Nahrboden ausgewiihlte vahrbodenre- ~ ~ zepturen fur das medizinisch-bakteriologische Laboratorium. Stuttgart, G. Thieme, 1953. 252 p. Ulua. 2'2 cm. 1. Bacterlology-Culturea and culture medta. 2. Bacteriology, ~ (jbr4 of tCon'es,• t1j DtedlcaL r. Title. QR66.H33 ~ 616.01 53-38536 Y i ,
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BUxs.:.'-UP OF FREE FAT?Y ACID IN NOFtTHEEN NIGERIAN GRUIIND:TUT$ \
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50291• 7872 Chemosvhere, Vol. 10. No. 3, pp 275 - 280, 1981 - t3O01 LK756 P 275 ANDE K 004 ChEMCSPMERE E inted n rea r n 01981 Per mon Press Ltd. SOLID CHEMOSORBENT FOR SAMPLING SUB-PPM LEVELS 0 CROLEIN AN UTARALDEHYDE IN AIR II MeAI-81 S.P. Kurt Andersson', Jan-Olof Levin and Carl-Axel National Board of Occupational Safety and Health Department of Occupational Health in Ume3 Box 6104 S-900 06 Ume3 Sweden ABSTRACT Nilsson• A personal air sampling method using Amberlite XAD-2 coated with 2,4-dinitrophen~lhydrazine has been developed for acrolein and glutaraldehyde. Acrolein in the 0.01 to 1.2 .g/m range or glutaraldehyde in the 0.03 to 3.5 mg/a3 range is easily analysed in a 5 1 air sample. Recoveries oAelyt l d ~,At least for two weeks if stored in the dark until C, Ac7 hfgh (0-101)U R~ 'N~) „and ~mpl~s s~ b1 . r i .,
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S . Radioactive Materials in In-' ~ 589 sect Control. C U. S. Argonne National Laboratary, Chicago. A conference on radioactive isotopes in agriculture; held ; on January 12, 13 and 14, 1056, at Michigan State Univer- sity, East Lansing, Michigan. Sponsored by the Councii of Participating Institutions of Argonne National Labora- tory. Washington, U. S. Atomic Energy Commission t19561 : t vl, 416 p. illua., tables. 26 cm. (U. 8. Atomic Energy Commis- alon. TID 7512) _ Includes biblioirapbtes.. (Reprint available) 1. Iiiological research. 2. Agricultural research. 3. Radioactive tracers. i. Title. tr. Title: Radioactive isotopes in agriculture. ~ ( Serles ) t fz.. RC7t S;O.Liv fo. 7612 ' ~~ 630.72 57-6113S j Ltbrary of Congress 15SI:51 ~ \
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}3pv,rona3, E. C. SMOCIPIG 2i'.B_':S :~.':1 MrS^ASZ- xtd ;:t-.J "v::K SA ,TI; by E. C. F. L•.:vvnd, 1o fi. j. 13, Di.beher, A. a. JIIadGOt3 a;1d 4ls !i$ S t! q#Sl {P.:2'12Y.lC°R CBmer Society, Med. Affaim Depk.: Statls#IO&i US. Semtlon wnd A^y_.;_:n Caz,: ~_ '..::.. Yer'ic Sie#e, i,'~qtcheste: Coe.nt•:. Cta:±:v 2fd. Saffalk ('ounty D3v.~sSar+s) New YorY, St&te, Jour.. 7oed. (~ tNo. 20) 2~57-G1 (ac.+o be r 15, 19 c5) e
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so2sa 7879 ~-~-- - F,EI,;aIO"3SHIP XN I2:1.1C f.~kT .i ti< ~T ;nR ' : l T&Y$ ;SOh ST --Azf• .:M vinc-LCY :vnu Ir•t, Dci-Y Cong• -(Proa.) . Sect. B .1? (w) ~dy66) 0~ n 0 n b 4 ta 9 j / t
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~ Ha~~liic,iioge :a, ---a. .. ~~ 50254 7882 at3;zz,al aEv1eN. Lf plezt p!-tggjoAcep. (70 0 1 v. 23 am. . . ~ - Editor: 195,0- ; 'A. Y: . •-• -; ~..,~,. -I -I ^-%~- MP -M:N .~
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/,5 UO N a* L;,ir.K i.- r,/ 1 50254 7897 TOBACCO--S?10i:IN2 ;--- PSY Ct:OLOGY /TO"tiACCO--MAT rET1ai / , , CIGARET?.7;S--CQ':SUAtEr PREFGRi SCE/SM(1KIhm 1iAEITS--STATISTI- CS/ _ -" R,11t CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 73 X1 Hal U. S:) Wash l~'2sh Seatt- (L'niverv it le ., ., , y /„~„ y~ 164 pdrP.LYSIS OF Tt:E DE~'ELOP~tiT OF. ORIGINAL .BK11~~:D LOYALTY FOR NO::DUs^.ABi.E ~ CONSU:LR PF.OT',UCTS. . , I Univ. Wash., Ph.D. Thesis, 244' p:, Seattle, 6'ash. (1972) (in •English) i ett > ds * gar es. c } .. . ~;eywor : . .
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iII Du2?G S.P. (-E.PA <<50/3_ 75`073 4. 11 TLE ANO SUIITITLC 17 [, ~-Nl. ~, ~7 Hr ~,_ ti ~ 6. REYOR+Ty UAT L•E September 1975 fi. PFRFOIiMING ORGANIZATION COU EI. PC-RfORMING ORGANIZATION REPi R . Elloz r,_)3.._rInc,~r-a - melli~.m ~ R. P. ~ Tschirch 76072-80 9. PERFOkMING DRGANILATION NAt.1E AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. I ~ 5025v.7877 Prelimina"y.Rconomic Impact Assessment of Possible Regulator:; Actioil to Control Atmospheric Emissions ofSe1ec tod )l.alocarbons 7. AVT_IIOR(S) R$ Shimel R Williamg J K 0'Neill f Arthur 6. Little, Inc. VU'S' Acorn Park ~~~'Y`~ Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140 Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 r ;Environmental Protection Agency Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO. 68-02-1349 Task'8 14. SPONSORING AGENCYZV~7E The report identifies relative economic impacts, on affected industries, of possible regulatory action to control atmospheric emissions of selected halo- carbons. Emphasis is placed on five halocarbons: chlorofluorocarbons 11, 12 and 22, and-chlorocarbons,-carbon tetrachloride and methyl chloroform. As backgrcund the report provides information on U.S. and world production, use and atn.os?heric e7issions of fifteen halocarbons. The report also examines alterni.tives for emission abate-ment and the conversion timetables required (for.-pbff eriptn lftna~lyj a~tes~ri~tion of industry structure, including approx:.mate sales an employment evels for affected sectors, is presented. . \
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50254 7880 NICOTINE--PHARMCOLOGY/ VITAMINS.". /HORMONES, THYROID/STEROIDS/ ADRENAL CORTEX HORMONES/ESTROGENS AND PROTESTATIO:JAI. AND CONTRACEPTIVE AGENTS aANDROGENS AND ANABOLIC AGENTS/ANTiINFLAtrMATORY AGENTS/ANTIPYRETICS/ DRUGS, ANTIHYPERTENSIVF./DIURF.TICSrCOAGULANTS/ANTICOAGULANTS/ CARDIAC DRUGS/PLASMA EXPANDERS/NEUROPiIARMACOLOGY/CHOLINERGICS & ANTICHOLINEST COLINERGICS & ANTICHOLINESTERASES/ANESTHETICS/A.'~ALGETICS/HYPNOTICS/SEDATIVES/ anticonvulsants/ANALEPTICS/ANTIDEPRESSANT DRUGS/HALLUCINOGENIC AGENTS/ MUSCLE RELAXANTS/ANTIPARKINSO?7ISM DRUGS/ANTIPASMOnIC AND ANTIULCER DRUGS/ CURARE AND CURAREFOR*I DRUGS/GANGLIONIC STIMULANTS & BLOCKINC AGF•NTS/ ANESTHETICS, LOCAL/HISTAMINE/ANTIALLERGF.NIC AGENTS/DIAGNOSTIC AGENTS/ CATHARTICS & OTHER GASTROINTE'9TINAL DRUGS,CHEMOTHFRAPY/ CHEMISTRY, MF.DICAL AND PHARMCEUTICAL/CHEMISTRY--PHARMACEUTICAL/PHAR*tACOLOGY/ : RS 403 MEDICINAL Bu "ICINAL •1970 ! : C 0 p "r"Ha M I S T THIRD EDI77oN ~0 no d 1 8 V • s.t PART 11 • EDITED BY • VYILEY-INTERSCIENCE s DivLston of Jo4n WHey & Sons - - --1-___ _... CwL.... . Tn.w..lw ' e 1
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502 5q -788 5 DRUG ABUSE/SMOKING HABITS--U. S./ MARIJUANA/ TOBACCO--CONSUMPTION/INHALANTS/HALLUCINOGENS/ I 1 pCP(.PHENQY,CLIDjNE)//qLCpHOL AND CI6ARETTES/ TOBACCO-=ALCOHOL RELATIONSHIP/ * : i ~ r RC NATIONAL SURVEY NOW I tAAch...n.o. 566 R"p~ t Un rnar..n~. 1979 ON DRUG ABUSE: : Main Findings:1979 ,M..r *A*UU . Dr4 N~ ofte of Me" am K*Fkk"LW I ld _-- p 3 ~ Q n o o t~ 9 7 ,.
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..50254 7863 TOBACCO--sMOKING--PSYCt1oLOGY/S*'OKiNG HARITS--RELIh'ni!ISttINr,/ , RJR CLASS N0. PA2•SPHLET 77 X..lta 77X Ha MM Q.FT-47-M ' • , . ;' . (Univ, Idahp,Co11 Bus. Econ., Moscow, Idaho, U. S.) '. .. THE PLEDGE AS AN INSTRUriENT OF BEHAVIORAL CHANGE. Jour.'Soc. Psychol. 98, 147-148 (1976) (in English) ~*Keywords:* cigarette smoking. ~ .. • , .. . . •y~.~....~..~_~__.. '. .'~ the results of this ,.t'ield~expeiimcnt ' sceria-toJconf,rm the : .. .wh,o succeeded to recommend to their, friends the. observance of a"simi]ar hypothesis that the pledge can be used successfully as an instrument to change smokers' behavior and may even possibly result in causing what may be called the "spill-over effect" as demonstrated by the. willingness of those pledge. ~.
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_....~:.r. ~~ 50254 7884 ~..-. _.. . . ALCOHOL/N COTICS/DCPRESSANTS/CAFFEINE/iCICOTINET"ADIDrCTION/ BARBITURA S/HEROIN/TOBACCO--SMOKING ~ -. AEROSOLS/ IUM/LSD/ MARIJUANA/... ' IlASHISH/ FREONS/ LICIT, and by EDWARD Af. BRECHER RR1J~..tJitiLJIJL ..~.:~ : . . and the Edilors of COI~'SUA~iR REPORTS : ~i~~ j~ ~~ , . ~ . .. . . : !~J!:zV ~ L J . . - ; -~ . , ~~ 9''he Consumers Union Report on Narcotics, Stimulants, Depressants, InhaIants, ~IE;x"F3l~w and ~,Vlar4juana - '' including Caffeinc, Nicotine, ond Alcohol 1 . t ._. . ..... .. ./~'~f J `' Jr«•:h,''` ~{ CONSUMERS UNION, AIOUNT VERNON,NEW YORK I
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.; CHlIRAKTF.R DL,t fSLUiAMSDBSTAP?L HETIM0TR0PM NFLUISTsR. (About the Oarwoter of tho Cell w&U Sub- ota=e Sn Hsteratrop'hic P3,ants. ) Pho'Co8t8t f'Yom! BE32'. SC21t73i8 e $Otil.lls G8t}o .U, 155-62 (1949) Q ... s 0
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Ah:YHEI'l3!IRTE`.f P'r.-EN°i.AWYLt'.1'iIl:~ES/ PI,j.W§p ?iEDCCT?'4i,1 i ftblitation Numbcr 826 PSERiCAN L2sCI U^nE S?RIF.SW A 1!tonogioph in 1'he IILtZNT•:R,S1'ONE DIVISION of AAfI•;R]CAN T.ECTUF{:c:S IN T.[VING CIfE?.fISTRY ' Bdi:ed by 1. NEWTON KUGELMASS, 1,S.D., I'h.D•, SaD• !:'l E-4 -11 F. CITHYSTTNE B1iOWN, P.h.D. Awl AssocPote ?'r%ssor o/ Iliocl,ernistq• Iteseoreh Assnciate in P:ychuary I:rein RcaroFcl: /nstitute University of Tennessee Jtlediro! Unit. h' T Cer.c+l:a1•t l. tJu DopoRr,~en/ of Nenlth ond 11e•shito7r emp u, cnr.esaee New York New York ~ CIIATtLES C TIIOUAS • PUI3LISIIrT. , , • • Springfield . Illinois . US..t. 1!'I .00, . ' ~ - ... ~ . . ~ ~ . -. . • . . ~ . . . ~ . ~ . . . '1 0 3 a 0 n o 0! 8 9~ , ti
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50254 7898 CAP.BOIIYDRATES--CIIEh1ISTRY/GLYCOSIDES AND NUCLF.OSIDES/ A1•tINO SUGARS/TtlIO SUGARS/DEOXY~ I,A SUGARS/GLYCOSAMINOGLYCANS/ GLYCOPROTEINS/ ~ '~~ y QD 321 Wh 1976 METHODS IN Carbohydrate Chemistrv EDITORS Roy L. Whistler James N. I3eMiller VOLUME VII General Methods, Glycosaminoglycans, and Glycoproteins Academic Press • New York • San Francisco • London • 1976 A Subsidiary of Harcourt [3ruce Jovanovich, Publishers • . .•••..
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025ll. 7886 -~, ~ TOBACCO--PHAR*tACOLOGY/ •TOBACCO--MEDICINAL USES/ HALLUCINOGENS/~, 77 % Pu Natural History 86, 83-91(March 1977) RITUAL ENEMAS by Peter T. Furst & Michael D. Coe The reexamination of a classic Maya vase has solved an intriguing mystery about this complex society When the Spaniards conquered Mexico in the sixteenth century, they were at once fascinated and repelled by the Indians' widespread use not only of alcoholic beverages but also ' of numerous hallucinogenic plants. From the Spaniards' point of view, however, both served the same pur- pose-to conjure up visions of demons and devils and to take im- bibers from their daily life to super- natural realms. Distillation was unknown in the New World before the conquest, but Mesoamerican Indians were making, as they still do, a variety of intoxicat- ing ritual drinks, principally by fer- menting cactus fruit; agave, or cen- , Q~ 0,40 n 0 0 1 R 9 g tury plant, sap; or maize kernels. Among the vlaya, the ritual beverage was balche, made from fermented honey mixed with a bark extract from the balche tree; Lonchocarpas ton- gistylus. These concoctions were -all taken orally. - But according to a Spanish v.riter known only as the Anonymous Con- queror, the Huastec people of north- ern Veracruz and southern Tamauli- pas had pulque (fermented agave ` , 5
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:: 50254 7889 RM 300 Iv 1975 'LesEie . Le~~~~ L. Ivsesen ~~,~~~~~n Susan D. Iversen o- o. afnWR A PMIo9, 1975 ; New York and Oxford A.*tPIIETAlII23ES/ - °•.. - ~BALLUCIKOMKS/ ../BARBITURATES/OPIATES/TRANQUILIZERS/CANNABIS/ DRUGS--HUMAN RESPONSE/ NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY/ II ® i 20 ~ -:`'`~ ~`'""~ ~ Q~~~~~~' ~ Q ~ .-..
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( ~: 50254 711391 , '- RERAVIORAL SCIEi;CE/1)RL'GS--T,E1fAVI0RAi, EFFECTSM+nI:INh ANA 1TRALTH/ TOrACCO--S"tnY.INr,--PSYC110LOr,Y/ JARVIK, rA1RP.AY E.?11RITZ, ELLTN F./ NICOTINE A*TD TOBACCO/TORACCO--SKOKIN^r--NEALT}1 F.FFECT/IfALLi1CINOGENS/ rC psycno~harmacology 483 in the 1977 practice of medicine ALCOHOLISM/DRUG ADDICTION/MARIJUANA/ f - 1 Edited by APPLETON-CEdJCURY-CROFTS /New York Murray E. Jarvik, M.D., Ph.D. Professor of Psychiatry and Pharmacology University of California, Los Angeles : School. of_Medicine; Chief, Psychopharmacology Unit Brentwood Veterans Administration Hcspital f Los Angeles, California Foreword by leuk Jolyon W.s1, M.D. Professor and Chairman. Department of Psycniatry • and Biobehaviorai Sciences; Director, Neuropsychiatric Institute t i lit i A i U C nge orn rn vvers ty d a. Los es a Los School ee~ ~ Catdiornia 0 3 n Q 0 0 0 L9J0 3 --.._ _--- - - • --- ~ , 0 I \
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. . ~ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/S?tOKING HABITS--U. S./DRUG ABUSE/ COCAINE/ ...50254 7892 ALCOHOLISM/~MARIHUANA/HALLUCIR'OGENS/HEROIN/STIMUTAII'7S/TRANQUILIZERS/ 1 79 II Un3 . DRUG USE AMONG AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 1975-1977 by Lloya D. Johnston, Ph.D. Jerald G. Bachman, Ph.D. Patrick M. O'Malley, Ph.D. National Institute'on Drug Abuse Division of Research 5600 Fishers Lane Rockvitle. Maryland 20857 Institute for Social Research The University of Michigan DHEW Publication 0. (ADPt)78-619 Printed 1977 Reprinted 1978 ~3U;$. LQFjPA,FjTKUNrtjOFIHEALTQ EF$JCATION, AND WELFARE Public Health Service \1 ~-.---~--~ i
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j P yL .-7F s. ~. E 50254 7900 IOGRAf'8/1C DATA 1. Kcpoct No. 2. 3. Reeipient's Accession No. T 1\rl'IS PS -75 387 Ic and Subtitle • S. Report Date i'oxicity of Gaseous IfaUons' • Ma 1975 ;A Bibliography wit 1. 5 racts) ~ 6. chor(s)• 8. Pcr(orming Organization Rept. 'ernell W. Crockett No. ~lorming Urganization Name and Address 10. Projeet/Task/Wotk Unit No. jUonal Technical Information Service ,, . >285 Port Royal Road '~y.r$' #sSyr{eyfidd~rVA ~221SIrce 11. Contract/Grant No. ipringfield, Virginia 22161 ~ onsotinE Organization Name and Address 13. Type of Report & Period Covered >ame 1964 'ADril. 1975 0 3 ~ o n o ~ 1 9 1 2
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1150254 7699 `_,L ~a.<- .. .w ~....- .[ ..:5: L-.: . . ~`_.... . ..I-... . ..' ( v Xiltr -! 2 .: S.P. 10 !L small grccn-scedcd hcan ffom Ohio Agricultural Res-carch and .. ~ southc.l5t Asia, is most suitah!c as Dcvclopmcnt Ccntcr, appointed a • ~ a sourcc of bcan spruutc. Thcsc tstsk force to study cnterprisc op- scrc in great demand for usc in p6rtunitics in horticultural and = Chinese foods. Bcan sprouts arc 1s;onomic crops. A subcomn;ittcc ' 'canncd (Fi ~urc I) or u5cd as an w1s dclcgatcd to look into yield po- ' A n I I I f ~ ~ f } ~ n t i ~ r ) nn or ro~ r r di m: c in„ tential and problcros encountered •' 3- - , .___._-.-.._ .-..•...... .._..~ ..............-~'.~.1...-.1.-f[_t~w~..r.l.t n~~~...a~._._t-..... • / J l- '"IL: _ .:, OHIO REP. RES.UEVELOP. ACR. HOME ECON. NATUR. RESOUR.56 (4)(19i1)SE .. .. .... - . .' ~~'..t;tM -A. F. SCFiMITTHENNER, H. A. J. HOITINK, and M. E. KROETZ j ~ Mung bean, Phajcolut aurcus, a Dr. Roy Kottman, Director of the ~•
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: II 1'w'U_-'/6 . . 50254. 7904 '4 . Environmental Effects of Chlorofluormethane Committee on Impacts of Stratospheric Change .P National Research Council Release--- -; Assembly of Mathematical and Physical Sciences v National Academy of Sciences Washington, D.C. 1976 ~~ n Q f1 (~ A i y t 6 i
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`,50254~7902 , ...r.a ruvslJ./tr i i HALnCART4ONS--Tt1XICOT.OGY/HY')P.OCARRO:VS, HALq(;E",ATED ARO?(ATIC/ flI4KIN/POLYCHLnRI":ATCr) RIPHEt'Y1.S/[dATER--PnLLUTION/ PoLY'3ANNALS% F Tnr~E, NEW YORK ACAOEMYOF SCIENCES Volume 320 '1R hl:Cn.., R+ HEALTH EFFECTS 1242 Ne OF HALOGENATED 1979 AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS o~oIa-o.•pa Edited by William J. Nicholson and John A. Moore y . 4 The New York Academy of Sciences New York, New York 1979 f~l I
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5025v. 7897 QD CHEMICAL ANALYSIS 181 Ha A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS ON 1972 i AI\ALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND ITS APPLICATIONS Editort P. J. ELVING • l. M. KOLTIIOFF VOLUME 37 Analytical Chemistry of I'1losphorus Compounds 1~t-.F.~lired by Tbe We/smann lattitute ojScknce Rehooor, Israel WILE)'-IIVTERSCI EtiCE A DiiisJon of John N'iiey 6 Sons, Int. New 1'otk • London - S)dacr • Toton/o 0i,~~ ~ . . . . , x I I
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- ~ ---- -----~ .s02511 7887 JAFFE, JEROME H./KANZLER, MAUREEh'/ COATESVILLE-JEFFERSON CONFERENCE ON ADDICTION, 1ST, COATESZILLE, VA HOSPITAL, 1977 DRUG ABUSE/ALCOHOLIS"i/HALLUCINOGENS/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ , , - . AddctOn sa Reseavch and Tveatmento . °: ~'. Con~~e~''''~ Teds rnEdited by v~ 0 Edward !.. Gottheil. A. Thomas McLell'an Proceedings of the Keith A. D:•ttrey First Annual Coatesville-Jefferson Arthur I. Altet•nian n~v York • Oxford • Toronto • Sydney • frankfurt • Paris Conference on Addiction Porgamon Press. _' . . ,.: . , (•. i :~LA _ . ~ ..
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BARIIITURATES / ALCOIIOLISM/ 50254 7888 DRUG ABUSE/11ASRISH/t4ARIHUANA/ NARCOTII:S/NALL~~P ~SA1S~'TS/ ' TOBACCO--SMGKING--PHARAfACOLtJGICAL EFFECT/ RM 300 ' llo 1975 ~ : ©-~ ~- Q n 0 A Man.dboof,; Oaa Dravy a0"vaa1, A le 0 h 0 9 A 5 aaS e The BroneeElieal Aspeets FREDERICK G. HOFMANN ProJessor of Pharmacology and Associate Dean, Columbia University Collcge oJ Physicians and Surgeons in collaboration with ADELE D. HOFMANN Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics New York University School of hledicine; Director, Adolescent Medical Unit, Department oJPediarrics, Bellevue Hospita! New York OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS London Toronto 1975 ~
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-50254- 7905 -76 fu=~`lictw vW&Uamm . S~R~`~~"(Tfi~F PAUL ON ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY COtIMITTEE ON IM?ACTS OF STRATOSPHERIC CHANGE ASSEMBLY OF MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES NATIOf4A.'_ RESEARCH COUNCIL VNAl"IOPdAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES IIASIiIirGTOIJ, D.C. SEF'TEMI3ER, 1976 0 3 n 4 n o 4! g 1 7 I d 1 1 i
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1, 50250. 7903 1242 p OIS®NS Ne 1979 Chemical Pollutants, HALOCARIlOiiS --f©XICOLfK,Y/:1Pn'tATIC COMP0IINDS--FWIRON*iF.`:T.1i. ASPECTS/ . " "OOLYCIILORINATf:D RIPHF.NYLS/F •' DIOXI:1(TCDD) / POLYRROkIINATED RIPIIP^IYLS/:1YDRnCARRO,;S, HALOGENATED ARO'•L1TIC/ ENVIROV:•1EtiTAL I(EALTlI/PL:STICIDI:S--TOXICOLOGY/:JATER--POLLUTIO`7/ RA PERSIESTEENT CARCL"'OCF.NICITY/I tL~ IOLOCY/ in the Environment Mary-Jane`Schneider, Ph.D. The New York Academy of Sciences New York, New York 1979 ! 0 3 ~ b ~ 0 0 1 9 1 5 / i 1% \
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&t30 A ~S N3 ~ 1~ 4t? ll~ nq6iNC . Won: 5.1.'duJc, Ph.D., Chier Krw Y.uk State • / /~a.r*--o40 'C S/ I J-4: r ~~~`~ / 401- 0 7 oN5e;( ~~~.emicai ~6r;.• {.arco6c Addict,on C.ntrol Comrrust!on 7esting and Reuarch iabor3tory Brootlyn, Ncw YotK Henry Eri•.I, 4l.D.. Directar Pdgdm State Ibsptal Wut Brrntwood, New York And Biological :.'Aspects Of ~ Publislx! Ar: . : p~~~~v 7HE CHE MiCAL RUBi3ER CO. 169(M Cr7ANW000 PARK\'/AY, -"r () CL~EU~/p, C(j/O 4'~1)2~ { \
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r - f/. G A cOP..d i'~W/~i,Jf/.~~.'lZ~G~~ ogs/ ..~ f~i s-- F.JR CLASS N0~... PAI~tiLET 75 ~- Sm / Smart, R. G.; Whitehead, P. C. ` e (Addiction Research Foundation) ~ i Tt1E PREVENTION OF,~ UG ABUSE BY LOWERING PER CAPITA CONSU:~'TION: 'VADIAN ADULTS AaiD •BRITISFI UNIVERSITY DISTRIBUTIONS OF CONSUMPTION I[Y-SAMPLES OF ~ ~ U DE NTS.( v~ UDENTS. ~ bull. Narcotics 25 (No'. 4) 49-55 (1973) (in English) *l:eywords:* smoking. *1975, No. 5, W 1816* *d* Tobacco medicine: o~coc~nao , ----Rt u, ., ,
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So25a 7894 -t- - - -- '--~'INOIN/HALLUCINOGENS/MORPRINE/MARIJUANA/CA.ti'NAIIIS/• . oi wa COMr9ITTEE ON PROBLEMS OF DRUG.DEPENDENCE PB-231- 318 r.a.ti,..c.) ---• -~ F'974 .. _ .. . , 'X= Acade.y of Science, National Acadeey of EncineerinS. Nati41na!• 1. 14r/ G a' "nn Nrmc .M AJd.c.+ CMCILL . _ ' ~ts ~tta~i ur~t.~t ~ ) / 2100 Constitution Ave, N. V. • Washington, D. C. 20418 ~ . ~" ss' ""»> Lional Academy of Sciencea, - . * ~ ~' K&Lio nal '~, .SpOa..O(L/ Q MIlYl011 ~' 111aG /111~ A.d ff~•f I / r7I Y I//VVV^f.`s .T/[~aLC~j 4t~lLC,. r+Vt.yi ~Food and Drus Adainiatration - Yashicto-ftn, D: in. ' I Natio~l TectnicallnfoFination Serrice U. S. DEPARTFaENT OF COWERCE .~.. . 1~. A~stna. - _ Papers of a aeetinS of the Committee on Probleovs of Drug Dependence on subjects such as clinical studies, treataient and rehabilitation, opiate receptor and pharmacology, sociology and epideuiolory.. Individual papers will be found on >tethflono analysis, synthetic substitutes for ~ tiorphine, narcotic antaSoniats, heroin addictlon. Vletnaa drug addiction, effect of maternal narcotic addiction, analCeslc'studles is cancer patients, ' and alcoholiso. These payers concern ongoing research and pro3ects only, ~. aad are not meant to be the definitive word on the subjects considered.- ~ .. - . . . . . • _ ' - . - -' . ' • • ~ . . - . ' . . .. . . 0'3 0 0 0 0 q . .9 0 6 ,
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.. 50254 7890 . 76 X Ja - HALLUCINOGENS/NICOTINE--I'HAF.1`IACOLOCY/HARMANJ ' TOBACCO--S*tOKE--CONSTITUENTS OF/TOBACCO--ALKALOIDS--PIiYSIOLOCICAL CHEr1ISTRY, RJR CLASS N0. PAtiPHLET.7•~0_T ~ ~ y Janiger, 0.; Dobkin. M. Univ. . •' , . ' . . _ . . .,..;- • . C_ ( Calif. Sch 1fed Irvine Calif i lif M d A h , . ., , n v a e ..,.. nt ropol Prog., San Francisco, Calif., U. S,) ~ " ~. iuVl in:vn nN 1u1LLUGINUGENT •_ . -.: .. Econ. Bot. 30 (No 2) 149-51 (1976) (i E li h) . n ng s ;.*Keywords:* harr.tan, smoke, constituent; norharman, smoke, constituent; i k n cot ne, smo e, constituent ~_ . ' 4t A i .:'. ::. J~1'l~ e~e have questioncd ' --._..~:...•,~ -: .. '..: . whether species of Nicoti6nQ ran },.. ~,;~t ,,, ~ chemical group, the ~-car6olines, in which possess hallucinoCcnic propcrties because of 1 scvcral closely related mcmtxrs .vitn simuar ' d l Pharmacological propcrtics havc been foun ~' ~ Vrecent findings that harmala nikaloid s- iii d to be hallucinogcnic (harminc: Lc.vin 1928;• _ harman and norharman- havc becn is l t o a e . from cured commercial- tobaccos and their ~ Pennes and lioch 1957; harmaline: tetra- smoke (see Poindcxtcr 1962a. b: Testa anri hydrohannine and 6-mcthoxy harmine, ha- I ~.: ;, Testa 1965; Cuzin 1_ 9G7)_Thcy constitutc a ran'~1967)~~ • . -,.. , - - . . . . . _ , . _ . . ..r -.•....h .-.~.... . . l..r~-..- . ra-:4 ,-,' , .. . ; . . _ .. . . .. . . _ _ .. •,~::~ - ~ } , i
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50254.7910 ~ C -- ---- _ _ . ~ tJ ~ 2h1 _ `,r'ala~au. C4rn~wuiads._-- 1 , i<Iic1_iniloi.nm, VVii:'red Joan. Reacfions of organic compouads. j2d ed.; Lm,don, \:•w York, Longmans, (xreen t1!;431 _, 432 y. i11u4. 23 crv. 1. Chemistry, Orgnnle. 2. Cbemicnl reactions. z. Title. QD' 2,51.1157 1918 517 Library of Congr2ss 1 5Sz1 1 03 ~000'0 1 9 2 :"2 49-25 72* i \ 1`
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ti 50254 7883 AALLUCINOGENS/SMOKING AND REALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING -HEALTH EFFECTI TOXICOLO(;Y/ PREGNANCY/ ~ - -- ~ ANTIrRCROBIAL DRUGS /BIRTH DEFECTS/ SERIES EDITOR lVlonographs on Drugs Vol 2 - Graeme S. Arery, Auckland , . 30 Y rvrs • ~ Av Q~ .~ ~ 1975 o~ ~~,'!~ ;~ ~~~~~ / Iabontoire d'Embryologie, Faculte de Medecine ~ ,, ~ i tV de Pasis et Biologiste des Hopitaux de Paris - Chef de Service .~~~ ~ D~~n F~! ~' k~ H Tu~ hmann _pupleas~s ~ - o ~ ~ A Survey of the Mechanisms and Effects of Drugs on~Embryogenesis and Fetogenesis ISBN 49599827-4-4 (ADIS Press) ISBN 488416-121-8 (Publishing Sciences Gsoup) . n o• 0 ADIS Press, Sydney 1975 Publishing Sciences Group Inc, Acton 1975 r $9s , N I ~
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/ a z~ 1 0 0 u0 1#.20)L mti ` •;)UI Ysaxu;4 CvfiOd +i0C 99ST s~~~nerd qarwS •0 "AZ rl-m ~flg~=Z~~US',j pt2C ~~1T:+; 32~~,Q •j'{ pSs:*.y7j Aq ' alcays{as ' 8s32z(liAo na-m-r.;;~--fi-t ax:tivv:c':l 'M P.I$esa 's•irixml bpurfocJuo•~ aroSaLBK ~ E'I Zt6[ ASZOS -)j:,i
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i_ 50254, 7911 . ; HYnROrARR(tYS--AP7AT.YSTS/ --- ---- - • BEN7.0(a) PYRENE/KETALS--ANALYSI S/SF.i.F.NIUtit/ABSF.NIC/C.AD*tIU`t/T.F.AD/ ATO'•!IC ABSORPTION SPECTRnSCOPY/CHEMISTM, INORGANIC.-•-ANALYSIS/StrLFUR CO!KPOtT"1nS/ RADIOACTIVITY/HALOGEN COMPOUNDS/PARTICULATE MATTER/ACROLEIN/NITROGEN nXIflF.S/ AIR--POLLUTION==ANALYSIS/AIR--ANALYSIS/ I .. RA 576 Ka 1977 i , 1 1 . Publication Office: r nrp&iimgllfiun I ~ ~~ ~ SECOND EDITION ~ MORRIS KATZ, PhD, Editor APHA INTERSOCIETY COMMITTEE r~ American Public Health Association APHA . AIHA APIVA AOAC 1015 Eighteenth Street NW ACS AIChE A6Z;; H?,g Washington. DC 20036 ACGIH APCA ASME ISA SAE •~ Interdisciplinary Books & Pcriodicals 0•4 O QO 0 F* lhV PrRic4onai and the Layman n
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50254 7918 Halogerr ec,"_Founcis~-?Ssss, spcctsum~ try. Itc;•no», joi:n Ilerbert. 11.'Iass spc.rtromettw and its applications to organic chem- istry. Amsterdam, New York, Elsevier Pub. Co., 13G0. 414 p. illus. 25 cm. Includes LlbaogrQpby. 1. D'ass spectrometry. 2. Chemistry, Organic. „llq,5.B4 ~ ~ 547.3533 Library of Con.,ress ~ ~ CA t Q;3 0 0 n a 0 f 9 3 0 \1 G4-::-. G1; r , ~ ,`
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SEPARATION AND FURIFICATIDt4 /SE11T,%iL'N`±•ATItT,C j'C'IttSTALZ:TLATION/FILTRATION/CENTRIFUGATIGti/ GASES/AIR/WATE:R/ICE/REFRIGF.RATI(?N/`.iYJ)ROGf' NRATI(?N/`.iYJ)ROGf'N PEROXIDE/HALOGEN COMPOUNDS/SULFUR COMPOL'NDS/ §ELEtiILStt CO*II'L`UNf1S/TELLL'P.T..UM COMPOUNDS/NITROGEN-PHOSPHOROIJS GROUP/ALKALI rETALS/ ~ A,LKALINE EARTH METALS/METAL COriPOUNDS/BORON-ALUMINUM GROUP/RARF EARTH METALS/ o, CARBON COMPOUNDS/LUMINESCENT MATERIALS/UNIT OPERATIONS/RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES/ REF ~ ~- CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY: AN ENCYCLOPEDIC TREATMENT. N I 9 V The Economic Application of Modern Technological Developments Based upon o a work originally devised by the late Dr. J. F. van Oss. ~ Ch General Editor: T.J.W. van Thoor 1968 . VOLUME 1: AIR, WATER, INORGANIC CHEMICALS AND NUCLEONICS-1968 . Barnes & Noble Books ( A division of Harper & Row Publishers, Inc.) New York x , i I/
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. .t..~ ~ 50254 7906 . ..,~-~ . • .. .. .advarscNs inn inargailii<; ehelaictry FoA raai^:.herr:s!.3•. V. 1-• l:1.'>D-- I'.'etiv York, Academic Yress- v. 111ub. 24 cra. ~ EdRors: 10S'3- 11. J. EnielCus,!,. G. Sbarpe. ( Includes biblioeraphy. 1. Chemistry, Inorganic. 2. Itadiochemistry. x. EwelEue, L'arrs Julius, ed. st. Sharpe, A. G., ed. QD]51.A45 Sf~ A6.082 59--76fr:; ~ l.ibrury of Oingress ~f t83A ~~ n 4 ~ i~ Q t 9 i 8 . - ~ a
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~, 50254 7916 S Halogen eompwnds- -Cbenucax cnnstitu.tion, SchwPbe) Kurt Pb44RUGQAPNIE 1HdD CNMI$CH~ KONSTITGTION ORGAN15CBE2 VMINDUNC9N. Unter Mt tarbe.i t vU.n H. J« 13ar2 G. Diets " 14 Tunuriltr. : er:1 xra< Akad cm;c--Ue.r12$) A'95'74. Y+7 P, . tr,- ~ (n,..._~ ., a - :. 11.,.: c:;._.~:.,,._ .. .,,_. 03 +) 0 o 0 4 1 9 2"' 8
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59254.. 7924 ~ ... . . 505 :` Halogen canpour.ds,. C,~r~anic. U1 2cE11t3ctt, HE:z~xi THw CliEMIS'f'P:: OF Zi::I)OTIL l:l~j~lLz'S. 1968 238 gagr:s P1_E3nttm T'r-F.seLq Wle.:+ Ynrk , 14. Y. o~ n 4 n 0 0 1 93 6
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/ELECTROCHEMISTRY/ C1lIiMISTKY, OKGANIC--SYNTHESIS/ 50254 /EL}:CTROLYTIC SYNTIi].SIS/ HALOGEN COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC/ ~ . 7926 /HETEROCY CLIC C0MPOUNDS--NITROGF.y CONT AIN ING/ /HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUi1DS--SYICTf.ESIS/ POLYM}:RS A1VD POLY.IERIZATION--SYNTfIF.SIS/ QD 453 We 1975 7ECHMQUES OP CHEMISTRY ARNOLD WF.ISSBERGER, Editor TECHNIQUE OF ELECTROORGANIC SYE%-4THES(S ' ~ ~ F.drrcd by -: NORMAN L. VJLINBERG Super%tisor, Research Center Hooker Chemicals & Plastics Corp. _ Grand Island, New York A WlLEY-INTERSCIEAICE PUBLICATION ~ JOHN \VILEY & SONS New York • London • Sydney • Toronto 0 3 nQn q:o:: ~ y 3 $ \ 1 .~•
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, c_ f~ so2sa 7908 -- y&IDATION OF XYDROGEN i%CARBON MONOXIDE/NITROG".(1XIDES 11IYDROGEh/ nXIDATION/ ALDEHYDF.S;--OXIDATION/HYDROCARBONS--OXIDATION/ALCOHOLS--COMBUSTIONiCO'ffsUSTION/ KETONES--OXIDATION/KETENF.S/ESTERS/NITROGEN COMPOUNDS--COPiBUSTION/HALOCEN COrIPUYDS/ PEROXIDES--OXIDATION/FI.UOROCARBONS/ _ • COI\4PREHFNSYVE . CHEMICAL KINJETICS, QD 281 Ba 1•97 7 ; ~• . ! ~ L// , VOLUME 17 JJJ/GAS Pf1ASE COAIDUSTION EDITF.D BY C. H. BAMFORD MA., i'h.D., Sc. D. (Canub.), F.R J.C.. F.R S. Oopben bown Auftaww oflnJutt.iaf CAemurV, (/~l.calry of Urr.poot .' C. F. H. TIPPER rA.D.(Rrhlol). DSC. (fAinbur{A1 . &-nlor LeArn ia Ph)-tkvl Cbeyn6tay, i 1977 % ELSLVIIiR SCIf•N11FIC 1'UISUSIUNG COb1PANY AMSTlRDARf - Oal'OKU - NEW YORE Unirairy of Lk•opxif 0 3 n a n 0 0! 9 a o t _.~._....a -i 1\ ,
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SoaSa 7922 ._ ..av../.:..ti..a,e_ s . .. Or&4tlic k.fgrRl~~: }r A .'onierizatiou of oromatic cotrlpounds tbyl V. A. Koptyug. Eclited by '_ti. A. Vorozhfcov, Jr. Translated from Russian bc L. .'.fandrl. Jerttstaleni, Israel Progran for Scientific Trar,slations, 1M. z, 181 p. Illus. 25 cm. At head of title: Academy of Sclnaces of the USSIi, S:!.erlan T)cpt. lAbel on t. p.: Published In th,? U. S. A. by L). Pacey, New York. Includes bibllographies. 1 1. lsomerization. 2. Aromatic compounds. t. Title. QA33:.K613 % f47.6 fr~Ji 5 . ~M T v Llbrary of Congress `' t4.11 --e:- --:-. t? 3 tl 0 0 0 0 1 9:3 A •--.......,-_-~_......-»..... ~ ~
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F:EF. t 50254 7928 QD 251 Ro 1975 AMSTERDAM 1975 03-0 4n 0 0 1 9 4 0 1 Part A: Hydrocarbons; ~, Part B: Monohydric Alcuhuls, their Ethers and Estcrs; Sulphur Analogues; Nitfogcn Dcrivativc?; Organomcrallic Cmpounds V ' Edited by i' M. F. ANSL:LL Ph.D., D.Sc. (London), F.R.I.C. neparhneut of chcnristry, Queen Alary College, Univcrsity of London (Great Britain) ELSEVIER SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING COMPANY P-,ODD'S CHEMISTRY OF CARBON COMPOUNDS Supplcnrcnts to tbc 2nd Edition Supplenrent to VOLUME I ALIPHATIC COMPOUNDS ~ . - . -
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i 50254,7923 9 U Ha1ogwo., compow:dso Organirj- v. B. ` Utlmarn, Fritz, 1875- ed. 1, "'S- ~ S Encyklopudio dr,r technisehen Chemie. 3., volliK neu be- ~ staltete Aufl. in Gemeinschnft mit S. RalL:o tet al.l hrsfi. von ~ \Vilhelm Foc•rst. Diunchcn, Urban & Schwazzenberb, !~ v. illua., dingrs. 28 cm. Co.re.ra.--1. Bd. CherotscAer Apparat?tI,*:u und ~'.~r:zhr~nstecha;k. 1. Chemistry, Techntcal-Dictlonarles--German. 1. Foerst. NVI1• ' helm, 16ft8- ed. it. Title. I TP9.U614 ~~ ~ Library of Congress 1L4g'lt ` 52-?5SI6 I; i _ . , - . . -..,. . _ _ r~_.. 7-7- 9 3 S
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HBt4iat C4T:ZpoJIt.'IS, Va KAl?1Cy••;;2FSct1 ons. 1 sosnovs'ky, Geor_j,e, k920- 'Fcte radicaY ce ions in preparetive, otga»ic chenv stry. Narr `cork, MacraS.l lan xvi ; 438 p. i1'.~ :. 24 ;_zj. TTI, :..,.. . [.:i'.~ .;~<•:~ f4 .. t196~ ~
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~, 5025% 7920 ATMOSPHERIC CIIF.'•tISTRY/AIR--P0I.LUTInN/TOT,ACCO--S~tf1KINf:--?'ASSIVE/ • 2NORCANIC CO`iP0'I:MS/CAT.?inYYL COy'iPOUNDS/F'YnROCARRONS/ ORGANIC COMPOUNDS/t1ALmEN CnMPnWDS, OPCAtiIC/nRCANOMFT:ILLIC COrmnLnin! NITROCEN COMPnUNDS, (1RCANIC/StILFUR Cn*t!'OMS, nRGANICI QC 879 Gr 1978 CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS IN THE A TMOSPHERE T. E. Graedel Bell Laboratories Murray Hill, New Jersey • ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1978 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace 1ovanovich. Publishers a 3 Q 0 tl 0 Q i 9 3 2
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.., j. 5025n. 7915 . SULFVE2`MiPtiN-73, ORiIA~'IC==THEFi}dUDYN~afIG~ CH)'.MTSThY, OXIAtdIC-THFFMOJYNAtr:TCSj THy FVODYlI.0iICS•--0t`t$At;IC CO?'::'6:Itii1S/ ?HEPuV.OCP.rMISTRY/h'Y^ROCAhBONS--TE'ER!!ODYNAMTCS/tiITROGEN CUMPOUND"/ . HALrJGEN COMPOU?iP I/ GASES--^1Ht:k•tODYIhAtdICS/ _ . .__. ~ THE CH EMICAL ANlcs OF ~',I-JERMoBYN ORGANIC COMPOUNDS John 1% ilcy & Suns, Inc. Nrw York • Lundoil • Sydney • Torontu DANIEf. R. S7U[.[. Tlternial It cscarc/r Laborntvrr Don' Cliavairal Company Midlat+A, ILiichiqon EDGAR t'. W1:STRUM, j:. Projc Yaur of C'l:e-mistr)• Usit:crsity nJAficki; un Ann Arbor, Alirliigart C.EkARD C. SIXl;F. 7Yrervnal l; c.wurclt /.ttboruln. y Dow Chruricul Compon v AlidluerJ, dlichTgan . 0 3 o' 0 0 ao1 9 27 /
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~,5025q.7896 . P3 j (19'7 d ~ . ' 72 III Re-79 S.T. e7-9 • two-stage device collecting two aeresol fractions, a) a cuarse particle fract.o: ' to simulate the coc:bined deposition in the tlu oat, staqges one and two of the 15.1~ I. W~d )) a,{ine.~!•ra~,t3on to simulate that ir, stages three and four of the 0 nM.LII. l1Th upp7 ~$,qc~3is an in)ct throat leadfng to an impingemcr.t chamucr, vith a 1.40cm round jet spaced 0.70cm from a wet g)ass paper 6cm disc. The tl' require complex equipment and/or considerable operation timo, (Bell, 1967= , Bell and others, 1971; Hallworth and cthcrs. 1976 a and b.) For routine aseess:oent of inhalation aerosols for quality control and zLability testing pi:r,•oaes, ~we required a sim;,)e but reproducible device for i^.eaauring the fine particle Lpulmonary) Aer.asol fraction from either metered pree.surised aerosols or powder inhalers. The four-sLage Multistage Liquld tm.pinEer (rf.L.I.) (see above refs.) has proved useful but neceasitates colle;;tior• of deposited drig froz the variouc chambers and the device is delicate, complex in construction '- and difficult to reproduce accurately. Our aim was to develop a simple l~S i t4PLE 1 f1P I P~GER LEV I CE FOR P.4P I D OUAL I TY COtJTROL OF THE t~URTICLE SIZE OF INHAL'i:TIOPJ AEROSOLS DELIVERED BY PP•ESSURISED ICEROSOLS AND F'0t•1DER 1 N!IALE RS/ - ~ . Clough, `iyNewnF.am andAndrews, Allen & Hanburys Research Limited, Irioiy Street, Warc, Hertfordshire, SG12 ODJ J Most of the wethods dcscribed for particle sizing of inhalatton aerosols •- / lo:;cr 'tctr:l trap' stige is a liq:.id swirl iwpingcr, sir:pler ir. construYti.on I ti ` _.__~...,..-~.
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. ~ 50254 7909 ~.._ - ..._ _ a• V.1-6: C[IEIAISTRY, ORCANIC/SYNTHESIS, ORGANIC/ VOL. 1: HYDROCARBONS/.. " "!HALOGEV CO!,fe'Ot1:IDS/AT.CO1tOLS/P1IEVOLS/ETIIF.RS1 PEROXIDES/ALDEHYDES/1:ETONES/QUINONF.S/ ~'•FO`t1TICITY/CAxZBANIOP<S/CARBOCATIOiiS/ VOL. 2 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS/PHOSPHOROUS CO:•iPOUNDS/NITRITES/;JTTROSAMINES/Ir.tINES/NITROtiES -. NITRILES/ISOCYANIDES/AiAINIES/A:`tINO ACIDS/. VOL. 3: SELI;NIUI•1/:'.._ ..-,/ORGA:dO'•iETALLIC COMPOUNDS/SULFUR COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC/ ORGANOSILICON COMPOUNDS/BORON--OR(:A*;IC CHDfISTRY/SILICON ORGANIC CO'-UyOU1:DS/ SELENIU't ORGANIC COXPOUNDS/TELLURIUII ORGANIC CO`4yOU?:DS/ VOL. 4: AZIN: S; "vR TDINES/AZOLES/PYRIDIN>;;S/QL'IT:OLII\`3S/NITROGFN--IIETERCri:YCLIC CO~fP!1UIv'D. OXYGEN--HETEROC7GCLIC COIIPOL"iDS/SULFUR--IIETEROCYCLIC COXPOUNnS/ISn()UIt:OLINES/ VOL. 5: NUCLEIC ACIDS/PROTEINS/A"1QN0 ACIDS/PEPTIDES/CARBOIIYDRATES--CBF:Z•TISTRY/ LIPIDS--CHPIISTRY/LIPIDS--BIOCFTE%IISTRY/BIOSYNTFIESIS/t1L1'.ALOIDS--~InSYI~TRESIS/ VITAMIN B12 /TERPENOIDS--BIOSYNTHESIS//CAP,OTEiJ0IDS---BIOSYNTaESIS VITA*~!I A/N ~nc A.NTIBIOTICS/NUCLEOSIDES/ P0.'tPIiYRI.N1/SHIKI`tIC ACID METABOLITI:S/ ~ (1D Volume 1./Steteochemistry, Hydrocarbons, Fdired by 7. F. SiODDARTir 251 COIM hkriEH7 (`SI VE Hato Compounds, Oxygen Compounds u'T'L"uTMorNano<<° Co V¢iume x Nitrogen Compounds, Carboxyl7c Acids. ' Ediud by 1. O. SlfnlERtAl.D ORGANIC C!-6Ef4rESTRY Phosphorus Compounds ur«vsasrtv o. uaawa. 1979 The S ntflesis 8nd React/ons of Or anicV°lume~ Sulphur, Selcnlurn, Silicon, Boron, ~ O Y rganometailic Compounds Compounds ' Volume ¢ Hetcrocyclic Compounds GHArR%MN M.9, DErV1Y CHAIRMAN OF T11E tit)ryORUL noARD , O. LiRC11: BARTOO F. Q. . 4, Volurrte fr OiologlerII Compounds s A ~)joturde d Forn.ula SubJect Auth teitcd by n. h'EVIt1.t: lOY['.5 / IR.'"RNry er f1oFJn[LO Ed3ud ey r. o. SMWES ' ns cmr uprvv+mr. ia.our~ Fdia.J by E. tUASLJ4Nt:/. tMI4tRinV Of fCVJfIItO . or, H' DAV1D OLUS FRS ~ , .,.. Reaotion, and neagent Indexes EdYed6y C.l. DRAYTON i I • ,EROMPOM Mfs~ WIbRn
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; 50254 . 7930 `-. . . _ Eitors and ~. . R. STUART-TIPSON - - - _ ~.~4.1 B. ~®~.'~lt~.~°~~.,3~'~,~. •~1~~.,3~'~,~.• ~1•~1 DEREK HORTON Volume 28 D£;aYhRA:'IfI'; ttF?AC7'7n?IS Ol }CYl1F.1.OCl:a^ SUC~Af;4;/- - HALt1GEaif1 SUCI.RS/CI14;0*1ATOC'.:APHIC ANALYSIS---CAF.BnI:YAP.ATES /BnI:YAP.ATES/ QD :~UCLL4SIDF PYR()PIiOSPHATT~/ MANNOSIDASE/ .321 Ad .~il ~1.6. VG~1~. ce.7 in ~1. 1973 ° ? Carbohy4rate Chemistry - ~.,,.--- - - A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Publishers I 1 N ` ACADEMIC PRESS New York and London 1973
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50254 7917 148108en cor.paonds----TnfYared s$ecrrs. v. 2. mi].I or o R. Ci. 'J. 1e~~ ) IRS(,v)'!`--ltT7RAfiEfl ~'~'1?L`C?Z1:~AL CORRE- LAiI0N TABLES; COpit.WAT102i TA.53.E:3 1.--6, by Miiler, R. iO. J. and U. A. 34].130. I564-1066 ~ ~%csluRcee Iioydon and Son London i
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50254. 7919 ~:._._ -- --- -- Helogen co"ounds•-Mzeq, spectroLiatry. ; i Bsd%x.:ics.:c::, t!nrt,ett C:.' WASS SPi:CTltA OF ORGA.'iIC t y YL.;icz±t Wdzfk4cwiix. CarX Ljvx:ast~, ettd "id~~.cy Ii> S:ilzt::63, 1964 271 po : Rotds:r:-Iay,, 2nc, San fleanciacc, Cs1,lse 0 a (t 6 0 1 g1. : _..~.._._.~
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~ 5025a: 7921 . 81_VI Je, TOBACCO--SMOKE--SIDESTREAM/ * ' TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYTICAL METHODS/ HALOGEN COMPOUND$;,ORGANIC/.'; Je ins, R. W., Jr.; RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VI Je Newman, R. H.; Lester, G. F.; Frisch, A. P. hilip Morris, Inc., New York, N. Y.; Univ. Va., Dep. Nucl. Eng., Charlottes ville, Va., U. S.) HALOGENS. NEU~TRON ACTIVATION ANALYSIS IN TOBACCO A ND CIGARETTE SMOKE STUDIES: THE Beitr. Tabakforsch. confidential manuscript, 16+ p. (1981) (in Eng. Constituents too numerous to list. In summary, the mass balance for chlorine and bromine in the burning IR1 Kentucky Reference cigarette.has been determined using neutron activation analyses. Gas radiochromatography has been used to measure dynami=ally the amounts of gamma emitting isotopes as they elute from a gas chromatograph. The sidestream and mainstream gas phases which elute from a gas chromatograph appear to be qualitatively identical in their organohalogens, differing only in their qu&ti3atj}re t4alfts{j Tfie rlesu~,~ts,.Vhc3 that a substantial conversion (WIL 217 DOC 14) 1981, t 24, W8243 TC 27 1 i ,x.
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l ALKE?dESALKANES/AROriATIC HYDROCAP.I3ONS/ QC 457 Co 1977 ARCHER x. s A SPECIAL COLLECIION OFvINFRARED SPECTRA e-- G / : + ; S0254 7934 :.i THE COBLENTZ SOCIETY, INC. ~-. .-~ from CLARA D. CRAVER, EDITOR •' with partial support from THE JOINT COMMITTEI! ON ATOMIC d. MOLECULAR PHYSICAL and ~ ~ THE NATIONAL STANDARD REFERENCE DATA SYSTEM t 0. 3-0 0 n a ~ 94 6 Copyright 1977, lhe Co~!ent:. Society, j ~ POQ 9952, Kirkwoad, MO 63122 . _ lla ^ • -r 1 ^ DATA 1 t k
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_ Nitrwan)inc in Lcbcnsmittclu Bcitraac xu tlJialytik, Abbau und Aufbau I. Bestimraunosnicthorlen fur 9fodcltversuctto h;lemcnt Moalcr ur;M I , "IM9,1119=166 Deutsehe Forsehung.urrtalt fJr Lrlons~iitelasmie .l+,itnrbon und Abteilor.g Drorralolo:l.• dcr Fakultat:•ir Landw•irt.cbnft unc3 Cartrr.bju dcr TccbnG.cLon Univcr.itit X3nei:ea vI xe9-74 , S P in tl'cUtcnateplsn•• (BRA) • • Eii^r•an~ca am t9. rltxil 17. Z' ~tien+cs. l%nler.•l~nrw S+. 1:~.. 2t•r+-2iA (f07i) • e . O by J. R$crralwt n. MLinc1.at 1074 '' I Nitrosam3rics in Foode. Cor.tributions to Analysis. Dccompo.Stion nnd Formation I. Dctcrains:Pon a.ctbcds for *Modcl lirpcritr.ihtts Snnntary.Plotomctricrnctnalsaxna:.utl:c:r.ttfortheit:vcyti, tionotmewicJl"Umgar4ing 1!t tor.r..ticn or brt:.t::.Jo.+•n ot rar.ir.o,^eaia nitroitr..inras ia ritrrr or in t•w+4t. 4a a:iy a Cir a-jKOvi.n i+ th, b.:rt ntai,al. F.xtnation of ni:r0A1mi/Ka, enzynaaieally c-At.lrzr.i by r.icro- or;:.nisrr.; dri.rcts ajw•r::Q a :cation. Zr.v..acc/d4.4i4J. ~[U~AtM.L;4`[ill• }Gt!.aicr, atlcin rcichcn ak Tc.t Glr )fa!clirc:a:che tibct Itiidu:,e uad:\lt4tu von. a::ccn~~xn Xitm unincn ut t itro wul in Li:buwntittcln n!cl.t aw. Ia d. r L:e~cl itt ruu ~r~ehroana4r,r+;.t. ,cl e Trennung dio. Mct hodc dcr l1'ahl. Uie ni3:roS'utiogi:eb/ ear.y:nati+r!t t.-atai; si.rtc \itr.+tr.t ubi!duug retaicat lu•utn<:cns Ikac!tt;sng. Eintcaung Da+ rre Interr.a•. das rrltne;L .1cnt \itrn.+.tnti;tprobica enfJrgengrl.rteitt n•!rt*. hat die Zal:1 t•t.n t•cri,!CcntlicLuu,+cn crhei,lir6 anscitarlirn laR;cn. Damit nitnrnt aurlt t:ic aL.alute 7.ah/ an po=iticen I.•far.drn in LLrn•miarln zu. riru F•nreitrrur+; d.-w JhoLJents auf allsw•n+rinr• Um• s-elrfra,-ca ist zu ora:trtcn. \eb~ n dcn anal}•tirc6cn Aatrabcn trrtrn rrnncbrt eJ+nntitntir. Fra;en in rlen h-r Jad..•r ar;;rr.omnxne Iic•rviclr un 10 ;&g,1z (Jri+t.-1Rr.•iritl fur eia ecer.:ut•!iea 1'orkor.+:ncn ron N.:i+Ltit.n earn•rr_encn \icro.•:.uucu:o trird in a,rr;nii:itca 1w•i annSi.crntl Pi),) I'ralM•n (1 t t•on I:rE,+rl:.•nru,•nia-cn t+us rlcut 1t,-nri.•1 (.'clunkcn. Er:.L• u:d 1:oLRUr+tP. IaYM) vnudrt: in UN_: w.d in (:.un,6t in cto•..t n.r7:r a:a a.•r . '- a\. _,-. ' ' . Q 0 ~ d{. 0 1. 8 8a -, , 50254 7871
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50254 7937 AM. Occal• H&t. \ol. 9. pp 199-`01 Perµmon Press Ltd . 1966 PnnteJ in Great inoin , -. . ~•... 80 III L1 0. P. LLEWELLYN British Celanese Ltd., P.O. Box 29, Spondon, Derby TIMsE soLVESrs have been much in the news of late. and two of them-carbon tetrachloride and trichloroethylene-have been the subject of articles in the press. It is, therefore, opportune to marshal our thoughts and the facts regarding these in particular, and then others which are most commonly used. I shall endeavour to give a brief resume of what the literature contains about the physiological effect of these solvents on the human being. It must be rare for anyone giving a lecture to have personal knowledge of every chemical he talks about, and I certainly would not claim this, but I think it fair that I enumerate those with which I am, or have been, most actively concerned. n4n(~a31 vt4~ ) .
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(^ 5025q 7939 ~~ ~ ---- --- - - -- - - ~ .~:,.f . TF 19 IU d -Halogenatson,. v. 8.--: Ulhnann, Fritz, 1875- ed. t'.' ~ ' Encytaopadie cicr techr.ischen Chernie. 3., vu11ig neu ~-7e- staltete Am9. in Gemeinschaft mit S. Balk© tet a.l.l ron 1Filhelm Foerst. Diunchen, Urban R Schs:arzF=zce.rg, iS51- ?v. Illus., dlagrs. 28 cm. . CoNreNrs.-1. Bd. Chemischet Apparntcbxu und Ve:;eLrnru.;-rcunik 1. Chemfsh•y, Techntcal-Dlctlonarles--reru+nnh r. Foere.. Wit- helm. 1808- ed. it. Title. ~ TY9.UG14 (•_)~ Lfbr,iry of Congr": i54g'2i 5:~.--`_'S?iB --^ ..-,~ •-• . ~ . - -- --- - - --~- _ -- -- _ . _-, , ,~ . t Q 3 0 0 n Q A I 9 5 I \ I ~ ~
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50254 7942 ~ 111 ~ ttalogen9w.-tScganiC fi3eYetmineC~oa <.:_. T3clchcr, Rou-:d. Subanicro wethods of organic nnelysie. AmAerdnm, New 1'ori:, Elsevier Pub. Co.,1ltGG. cilt, 1T3 i.. i!lus. 23 cm. Inctudes b:bliozrepbies. 1. 'Utcroclieroistrs. 2. Chemistrs, OrganSC. z. Title. Qn271.1;41 /"~ 574.34832 G,`,-243z4 Library of Cowtress "" ~---•---T,y--~•~ ,--;,. . •-- - • 3 n 0 0 0'A 1~i S q / t
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j I I Ju2-•72 S.P, 50254 7935 L7. /S 7~, .. Reference Literature to Solubility Data bet.%,reen HalogEnate& Tl,dr-o~,ns and Wa tcr A. L. HORVATH 18. Harlow Close. Thelwall. Warrington. WA4 2HD. England Received March 13. 1972 A& ., '. Y~lPra/~~/ References are listed for the sotubility and miscibility between halogenated hydrocar- bons. C+ to Ce. and water. V '/ - 7.,: I Halogenated hydrocarbons are used as solvents, tefrig- The mutual solubilitics are very slight betwcen halogen. ~ crants, propellants, insecticides, anesthetic nents, etc. ated hydrocarbons and water, and, thereiore, the deternti \- ~t~e~r~n~s~.rra! asnrcts.«h^r~ on,the_ sqltihil nation requires a%ery careful technique. A review of the 3 Y 0 3 t1 0' 0 0 0 I9 4-7 *- ~
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j.,J50254 7943 1 98 C I Kzrloliend -tUgassic deterM~ina t3 on. '% C'iark, Stanley John. . Quai,titativee methods of organic microanalysis. I ~ndor., Butterworths Scientific Publications,1956. s53 p. ulus. 23em. 1. Mtcrochemtstry. 2. Chemtstrs, Analstic-QLr.ntitatlv:; 8. Chemistry, Orgonlc. QD98.C57 ~ G44.8 . 5f,4 L1Lrary of Coneress r.0~ . 0 3 0 0 0 U 4 1 9 5 5 k
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III Du2 75 S.P. i.50254 7929 Contribution from Rockctd)ne, - a Divi.sion of Ro.-:kwcll International, Canoga Park, California 91304 ektt'oiis,yritb r1uiorocurbo;;1 HgIid,t's data are given for this new and interesting class of compounds. CARL l. SCHACI:,- DON PILIPOVICH, and KARL O. CNRISTE Inorgonic Chcmistry, Vol. !4 No !, 1975 145 -/SJ - Received March 28. 1974 I Introduction ' Until recently the study of covalent perchlorates was te- strictam to a few derivatives,t,2 mainly inorganic, because of the extreme shock sensitivity of the known hydrocarbon e}e- rivatives. Also the available intermediates for forming covalent perchlorates were quite limited and themselvcs difficult to manipulate. With the discovery of chlorine perchlorate (CIOCIOs or C1204)3 and bromine perchlorate (BrOC1O3 or BrC1Os),j useful reagents becarne available for the synthesis nf n.w n.rrhtnr2f- en.rioe Thic hoc Fuuvn r.otivnA enA hee 0 3 0 0 n 0 Q I 9 4 1 I/Jdq"9- "%-ft ------- The reactions of chlorine perchlorate and bromine perchlorate with numerous fluoroalkyl halides were examined. In the case of fluorocarbon iodides, these reactions were generally found to produce high yields of the novel fluorocarbon perchlorates CF3CIO4, CF3CFzCIO4, n•C7f•1sCIO4, O4CICF.CFzCIOi, and ICF2CF2CIO4. Important insight into the mechanism of formation of these compounds was obtained through the isolation of complex intermediates such as (CF3)2CFI(CI04)z and n-C7Ft51(C104)z. Based on their vibrational spectra, these intermediates have the ionic structure [(Rr)zlJ'[I(ClOi)4j-. Fluorocarbon bromides reacted less readily but sometimes did produce perchlorate derivatives such as (O4CICF.CFBr-)z. CF3CFBrCFzCIOs, and BrCFzCFzCIO4. Neither mono nor di, primary nor secondary chlorine contained in saturated RtCI materials interacted %tiith these halogen perchlorates. These and othcr related reactions are discussed and characteristic recordcd on a Cary Mode183 spectrcrhotomcter using the 4880-A line of an Ar ion laser as the exciting line and a Claasscn filter9 for the elimination of plasma lines. Scaled quartz tubes (-2-'ttrn i.d.) or glass melting point capillaries were used as sample containers in the transverse-,iewing, transverse-excitation technique. Whi!c expesed to the laser beam, the sample tube was kept below -80° in a vacuum-jacketed flow tube by flowing a stream of dry N2 through it. Mass spectra were recorded using a Quad 300 (Electronic As- sociates, Inc.) quadrupole mass spectrometer equipped with a pas- sivatcd all stainless steel inlet system. The 19F nmr spectra were recorded on a Varian Model DA60 snectrometer at 56.4 MHz usine
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SD254 7940 WMOKENYW'Wh7ro1 Z"LOCErto- 32 - - Methes, W. i fRaV'IevSS !=.ihY CArs1a\JCLttl/" by V'. I':othea cnZ Ii. ~ I In=c-ne-f.ems3. Ed. 2 (*:O. 3) 144--9 (196-3) ; ' 0 3 0 A no 'C t q 52 , ~
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, Ral Hsleth~~:c - ;,•. ~ 50254 7949 (1967~~veotaa ~ •{- THE PfVfis.OPMEMr OF }l.RtQ-- }utt:?. I=eSii? 11. :S':d.IC.w.: ~.*~.~,5 OF S",..VL~tj?:G VvL'1 7. sIt d '. •:~ , 'a'.Ei~T}AM.~.~.'.iS9 b v i. Rt:veACoB, aild A. Spf.Al;a = s-qr.hes4er Univ. „ed. School Cze. 37, t a-5G ~., .,.. .~.,.....y. ._ ~..,~.. ~ , ~ ,....... ,_ ... -.-,~, .-. ..,._. 0~ n 0 na a 1 9 b 1 1 k 4
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-iARIHUANA/ ARTEROSCLEROSIS/DIET IN DISEASI:/ENPIIYSEMA/CANCT;R--TREAT"tENT/ -50254..]950 HEAaT--DISE,'iSES/TUI;ERCULOSIS/LUNGS---DISEASF.S/S:iAT.LPOX/ASPIRIN/ 11ALOTIIANE(toxicity) /CANCER--COLON/CA.*ICEFj, _ -AIAOVnSIS/I1nDCKIN' S D-ISEASE/ RC 46 I Controversy innternal vfMedicim 11 In Edited by 1974 1 FRANZ J. INGELrINGER, M.D. EDITOR, TIIE NEW ENCLA\11 JOURNAL OF AfF:IIICINE RICHARD V. EBERT, M.D. PItOFESSOR AND C1iA11111AN OF TI1E DEPARTAiIiNT OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITT OF MINNESOTA AIEDICAL SCIInOL MAXWELL FINLAND, M.D. GEORCE 1lIC1LALitDS MINOT P1lOF1:SSOR OF \IEDICINE, EMERTPGSi IIARVARD LSEDICAL SCIIOOL ARNOLD S. RELMAN, M.D. W. B. SAUNDERS COMPANY • Philadelphia • , 0 3 0 0 t1 0 0 1 9 b 2 r.....
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l...50254 7947 DEATH, SUDDEN--CONGRESSES/'. ../CARDIOL(1GY/HEART--LISEASES/ RC 681 Ad 1978 Advances in Cardiology VOl. 25 `SuddenX9ronary Death 1 4th Paavo Nurmixymposium, Helsinki, September 15--17, 1977/ ; Editors , VESA MWrnnrEN and Helsinki C ! S. Kargcr • Bascl • Munchen • Paris • London • New York • Sydney ~ j 54 figures and 41 tables, 1978 Q~ ~ Q C1 A Q 1 9 S 9 ' ~ ~ .~
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~ ~~~ : 50254 7945 ; * 651 ~ D Hal~ke~ones-- Opt; oa~ = ~r,~i•,~ry~>.cii.saers'Erm°. ~ _s~.. ._ _. . . .:... _. ~. . . _ e _ .. Oril^vftL kD7:i" 'G~{3C D.~S?: ?sTO:i " a 1 i ~ ll,~,'' ,-~ i?1 Sct:iCs in Adcenc.A Cromfofi,ry, :M-',3 293 p. t11%Grn=.Nhi].]. ,sco; Coo# Inca 0 ,---- ~--• ^----~ --~- -.-~-~--.-~. _. -...- -... 4.3 n 4 n 0 Q 1 9 5"'7 ~~
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s ~ t r f ~ Int. Arch.:irbcitmu•rt.:;3, o5I-3t.~ 11973i 50254 7933 - ~._ ® by Springnr-Vcrlag 15171 •b lII Ih12-14 - Documents of Internutional Dleetings S h • + ,+~i~Fd~l International Confcrcncc, IIamhurg, October 2-1-2G, 1973 Conelusiotis nnd ]teconnnendations edited by more rapidly from alveolar soir than their leu.~c snluble counterparts and climi- nated mnre sloa•Iv in brc:ith. Accordingly, lipid soluLilit)•---ahic•h can be ; 1.1.1 Volatile h1logenated hcdrocarbons with high lipid aolubilitt are absorbed elusions to be draw•n: ` 1.1 Investigations rming radioactivc traccr'techniqucs enabled the following , t 0. Lehncrt (Hamburo), A.11organ (Karwell), D. Szadkowski (Hamburg), and R. L. 'Lirlhuis (Amstcrdam) 1. Signifi'catice oJ Lipid Solubility . . i
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50254 7957 TS 1105 Ha 1Q75 3cr 1 tt.i .iE'_..1L MANUFACTURE =Maalp-~ NOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridge. New Jersey London, England 1975 Chemical Technology Review No. 47 db / o~ tl a c1 fl o 1 9 6 9
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5025.4 79+t1 P. lt. O'Cunno:. Tbe actioiflo scrtea, by G. T. Se:.t:nr;;. : Comprehensive inorganic chemistry ledited hyl M. Canna. Sneecl, J. Lewis Maynard lundl Rubert C. Brastecl. \ew 1'i)rk, Van Nostrand t1953--_ ~ v. illus. 24 cnr. B;bliogranhicnl footnote9. CohrrIrs.-v. 1. Prinriples of ntomtc nnd mcte.7tilar st'.•rc'o•re, by W. N. Lipscomb. Tbeoret3(,a1 and npplied nuclear cL!.ni:,ic_, :x The 11a1ageasa, v.3.- Y:a:;}cc? Sneed, hiayce Cannon, 1S°C- e.l. 1. Chemtstry, Inorganic. 2. ChCmistry, 1'b)sicai Lind lLcorc•tl..a. 7. Title. QD151.SG9 546 $3-S7i5 Library of Congress ~ p5:,b9101 0 3 ~ Q n a 4 t 9
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50254 7952 1 i: R.TOR.:Sd48!»1~ ~f~,~l+-~ RN[t~SfHt~~~~ B 13 Block, B. P. A SIrtPLE t.: i1tUD FOR THE EVA:.UAT1n;: OF LUCAL ANI-ESTIIETIC ACTIVI'lY USING EARTNZdOR245, by B. P. Block, D. J. Potts, and R. S. I{. Finney. ! Jour. Pharm. Pharta:!co1. 16 (Suppl.) 1?5T-$8T (19G4) A~ 0 0 t) f~ 0 I 9 bq
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, . . t. . 11 • /.O.11"v1,lAt/r.v AC 11VISr (.;~rps•tr. wufAaI) Sw..i:FOaT iCCafa!• CLASSII~ICA114N DOCI,'e.tEh7 C0:1:':Ot. Ul.T/; • K& U ~ta..•Ify flwl.i/irw;ioe e/ !iN.. l:dr t I wS.•.nt: n..! i:•+...r~.; .•.~rfwrPrn •nr.l ?.• t•.L..d .•Len fPw .reraR t.ner) Is et.n.fll.A1 n, te,r ni n (l• j/ C 'I ~ Q I N/A Aerospace \•ledic~~1 I:esearch La':,cratary, Aerospace Jnclrlssi±ied ?~4edi•cal Division, l::r Force Systr:-:~s Command, \~'ridh.•=&• -NO~o r,c.c , :.sc, n o:.• :. .. ~1. n ton r c ~~~~~'~ IrAUs>;iarP irtMAtvw',~oMFP r-y S 0 ; 4. OCSC/:lntIl•C .+otta (T);.e el reporl.nJ intlu.i.e da/er) ). ElhAl~l•.LardV1fLIS, Lf/.+~~e _IC•~ : • Van Stee, •.t;ajor, i,Sf~ 'i, 1Y7 • James P. F. Murphy ii ;eiinctiti C. [3ick, Ph. D. Dacen•Ibnr 1971 •. hlt•CrNI t•AlC .. .,~ r.. so j 50254,7936 ~' . ; Key words: Continuous exposure Pdtholo7y Toxacological screening Gas chromatography Electron ir.icroscopy Fropellar.t toxicity 0 7~'yis ~;Nat \Os ~c~ntc~d ayth~PrQceer.in~s of the 2nd Annual Conference on Enviroainent~~l To>acola;y, sponsorc;l`~y the S•,•steNied Corporation and held in 1'ainc:/rn, Chio on 31 Au7ust, 1ai:^ 2 Septemiler 1971. lr;ajor technical areas 1\
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TS 1109 Ha 1975 2c. 50254 7958 , NOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridge, New Jersey London, England 1975 Chemical Technology Review No. 41 ! / 41 03 () 0 t1 o 0- 1 9 7 0 PULP MILL PROCESSES Pulping, Bleaehing, Rccycling 4 ~4 4 ~
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50250 7948 He.i opEys3dinus., iiliT1£',ibar,y ".2",` Ll~a ?Y:.'tZLII::, aINi? =l`,.~i DF.t?rVA'T'?.rES,, (Tt2e O1:Q~'WivMi-y o\ Ho4-.rwyx:.LJ L: iampoZ.'.Y.L-0if, vo if.~ - LAox In Vclo 140 0 p~ n o n o 0 t ! i
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,50254-7960 S-- Pt. V. Iscshcs>-•-at Decmpooitiou of Cctls:lova io. Jrcao. Pt. V7. Icotho=nl "caspocttiion of CG11u1oaa in Vccuo, In the Pseacnce of A4rii.tfwF.a; ho 9. tTril~rrtrn sh..t $. Ar.r.~~. xo*acl Jasr. Chc.-a. i(cio. 5) 6i3-633, 685-690 (1969)
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1 tr96T? g69-t69 fS •xno; IQa i.n f.St:Ys7ri4la~;1Fe'Z$ • IT;. 'it.1 _ _+ «0 ass ' ~ P]`a~~F~ t96[ 'AStOS ~
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j., 50254. 7931 ~ Ta: i uElrJ u A t~.+i:t~:rn'~' ti$ III Du -76 S.P. 2 A Biblirrr,rsphy with Abstracts Search period covered 0-Ld ito r: 1964 - May 1975 Perneli ~!' Crnc'•otr j9. Per(~:r ir.~. Uq.niz.arci ::ane cnJ t.ddres. : Itatic.-al Tc.hnica i Inforraticn Service 5285 Port Royal Road Springfield, Virginia 22:6? f - r - I Nelional Technicel Informatian Service U.S. D[PAL'-HtrEidT OF CWAiaERCE Spting(ield. Virginia 22161 12. Sponsorina Organrtarioc :.a^re •r.d Ad~ress IS. Supplemeoury thces i Supersedes \ri IS/I'S-73,/3S7 and CO\i-73-11581 NT 1 S/ oS- 76/04 32 ~Nati ~ al Technical Intormati~n Scr;; L i6. ASscr.crs Subject areas include toxicolonic-1l studies on halogenated hydrocarbon gases used as fire ex*-inguisl;ers, 4nestLe-ics, solvdnts, pesticides, and aerosal pro- pellar.ts. (This updatea hihlio; raI:hy contains SS abstracts, 1R of which are ne«r entries to the previous c.liticin. ) "" -,. . n 0 4/ 9-4 3 0 .~_ --`- ~:'~ . . ... . . .. . . ~~ .~.~ . r t
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L ~- r~-LL' 50254 7946 C oA) 7 , - - 74 III Hal Base-catalysed Deacety ation of . Sugar Acetates in Different ;.. , KAIERVq,HE1NONEN - ASKO VISAPAX * Solvents - . a` (Sokniaselaallilu alkaliuta deaset}•loilurnium eri linolliruissa). ~ SUMMARY TIIVIST$LJ1X : . T he article describes the effect of the molecular structure Artikkelissa k&site113aa solerien per-O-asety.•lijohdan- f ot per (llatetrl dericatices of sngars upon ester h_ydrolSsis naisten molekvi•lirakenteea vait-utusta esterihcdrolcy- .ehen the reaction is acticated by \aOH in organic sot- siin, kun reaktio tapahtuu \aOH:n aktivoimana vesi- sents with a R•ater content at temperatures r.ear 0'C pitoisissa orgaanisissa liuottimfssa. 13.aphtilan oUessa ~ The oourse of deacetTlation was studied bc titrinetry 13he11i 0°C. Deasetrloh-uinisca kulhva seurattiin titri:.et- ~ and paper ehromato;raphy. The deacetylation speeds risesti ja paperikrornatograffsesti. Asetcvlijohdaraaisten Dave been compared by n:ea-•is of the rate constants. deasetyloitumisnoperJsia verrattiin klyttiea mittana The structure of the susar was found to- exercise a nopeusvakioita. Todettiin, ettl solerin rakentecUa on , stotieeabk influ-ace upon the reaction rate. An attempt huomattara vaik-utus reaktionopeuteen. On pyritty sel- is ma3e to clar.fy the differences in the deacetylation %-ittam3an stereomeerisista ja muista rakentecUisista ~ speed and rnecbanisrn indsced b.• stereoisonierism and~scilcQista.inhtu~ ' ^^ T ~ ~ ot)I y ~ 03O VQ ~{ \ ti ~.-
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~ s. `50254 . 7964 AIR--POLLUTION/ EPA-/:JO/1-78-O02 REF G ~ ~Cti ~ r~3~'d ~`~G~:r P®Rudlon 123 Un kE.u~~>4 ~~ ' ~ ~~E~ 1978 n ~•... ~ Q _3 "~ r" , ^ - r_ - mr%' ~V i T"ta Gw : ~ ~ ., d i! ~ l (As .Used_ in the APTIC Data Base) ) Second'Edition by Manpovror and Technic._I Intormation C3ranch Office of Air Quality !'Ic:nninp and Standards U.S. Ef.VIROM4l.NTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ~ Office of Air nnd Waste Mannyement Otficc: of Air Quality Planning and Standards -19 :/ A~3 n 4 ~ 0 0 1 y'7 b. , March 1970 ~ ~.
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(,50254 7967 STUDYING TOXICITY OF INHALED GENERAL ANAESTHETICS III Me -81 S.P.9 The individual and comparative toxicities of the inhalation anaesthetic drugs have been studied almost more extensively than the pharmacology and physiology. Toxicity is now the major de- terminant in the rejection of a new drug or the withdrawal of an established agent. A recent example of the latter is fluroxene, which had been introduced in the 1950's before halothane. It is sometimes difficult to define toxicity be- cause anaesthesia itself can produce a depression of "vital function" which in turn may lead to cellular toxicity. However, this paper will conceqtrate on the adverse effects which arc associated with specific agents rather than those which are a characteristic feature of deep general anaesthesia. Since there are a number of excellent early reviews available (Cohen, 1978) 1 have selected three . aspects which reflect recent research: organ toxi- ~ WTHe'an#ygof inaE~thetlc tdki~it~ap~earsJ~o be Br. ,y'. Anaesth. (1981), S3, 57S concentration of the toxic substance, it may take several days for the steady-state concentrations to build up and the adverse effects to become ap- parent. Thus, methoxyflurane was administered to approximately 12 million patients before its renal toxicity was recognized. This was partly because the adverse effects occurred days after anaesthesia and were not recognized as such. Methoxyflurane toxicity is a result of the free fluoride which is one of the end-products of its biotransformation. Since the toxic agent-in this case fluoride- is stable, it can be distributed from its site of production, principally the liver, and cause cellular damage in the organ most sensitive to its effects-in this case the kidneys. The alter- native type of biotransformation toxicity is caused by highly reactive intermediates in the biodegrad- ation processes which prdduce necrosis at the site of production--the liver. There are three known mechanisms by which these reactive substances y,.
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50254 7962 ~ CELLULOSF.--DECO`TOSITION/ 1 ( -i ~ 74 III lla ~ ~ ti'I?ER:'1.+1L A1lALYSIS/. _ _ .. _....w:•.._. ...._..~ 1SeC%FL )OURVAL OF CHF.,,115TRY Yo1.1, 190. pp.Gii•I:JJ ~" SC111D STATF C:1IC%I151R1' t\ ISR%FL PYROLYTIC REACTIONS OF CARI3OIIYDRATES. PART VI. ISOTIIERMAL DrCU:.:POSITION OF CELLULOSE IN VACUO, IN 'Y'IIE PP.ESEhCE OF ADDITIVES ~~ and S. Patai Deparlnicnl of Orhar.ic Clrclaish-y, The Itebrew Uiliversity of Jerusalem • ACSTRACT The IsotiKrrnal decom? ositiun or cellulose at 2.50 and 275'C has b:en invutil;ated in the pscs^nce of neutrat. acidic. and b3sic additives. The composition of the volatile L•actioru and of the reslduc has bccn studied and the infiuence of the additives on the course of the shermal decomwsitfon Is discussed. Introduction f t,.-- . ..~ ' .• In a previous paper of this series, we described the isothermal decomposition of cellulose in t'acuo (1). Since minor amounts of additives are known to have a strong fatalysing or inhibiting effcct on the decomnosition of cellulose (2), it was decided to study these effectu quLantitatively. The weight loss of the sample, the amounts of various of_ thq-. nhycl, o.^lucosc units (AGU's) remaining and double i . , --• . __.., ._.....__ ...__~_ .~. _.___.._.,_. - }...__........_._T1 -0 .3 n G 4 i 9 7.4 J , i 'N ` r
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_... ;_:.: . . . .-- - :' CELLULOSE--l)EC0~4'OSITI02;/TNEitAtAt . A13A1.YSIS/ 3 74 III. iia ~, 50254 7959 ISk.tl'l;OLri::.RL OF CIG ~~liTr.'f VP1.7, 15b'J. SOI.Ti) STATF CHC1;ii1':tl' ;': lt=,~!L PYROLYTIC REACTIONS OF C1iR130]iYDRATF,S. PART V. ISOTIII.KP,tAL DEMMI'OSITtON OF CL•'LLULOa): IN VACUO Afi"PywtiE anc! S. Patai Dcpartn:ent oJOrganic Chc»tistry, Thc Ncbreto Unit,crsity of Jc.~rt:,:ricin ACSTRACT The tsteemal decornpo;ition of ecllulosc i r, v a c u o at 230?75 and 90J*C. as.tul:cd. lhe ee- eompos(tion pro.tucts appevirg in diffcrcr.: f;actkx.s n•cte analyzadandd~.: pr ~1~: t r::iLa ar diffcrent swges of thc reaetion were dctcirnined. A general schene is pro;.<sed for tFi. . Prxess. Introducticn We are engaEcd in a research program dealing with thermal reactions o! sugars and their derivatives in the solid or molten state (1]. Sincc thv~se processes 1re strongly ierf:uenced by trace alnounts of impurities i: was concidcl•ed that the preser.ce of inorranic salts in the samr]es used irr, !~ prEviou , investigations is a factor which cannot be disregarc!ec: ;2, 31. of inetuv9s lil: itr.d to ccr:::itt difir rcnt s: mples and a variety Morcover ~ , ,-.. -____._- _,__ _ `-r- .:-- .:. . l
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~ ...~.. s.~.......~~.~ ...- .~.ar.r........w..r..vM.:J ILI Du2 i3 S.P° By O.W.VAPI AUKEN ; R.H. IJILSON Naturwissenschaften 60 (5)259 (May 1973) ~ I .;,.;.<......> - r.,..; 50254, 7932 ~ ffeurw7m$aeftm pr-ccdute-.c i g;. Thc iwlattutt tnetlwtn tvr the tnun-, contained 0 ,; \1 mannitnl. t r.tC; tnl ho.•inc scr:•m a1bur^in, 4 nt11 cthck•nt•tliamin;•trrraacrthc acid. S(1 m;1[ tris-tricinc, ptf ;.i. unu! 4 nOt cc,tritnv. Uuna¢ the last cCntrlfutzatsun the O. W. Van Autcn mitK!ionctrna were pa•.c.l throu:h an O.S 11 t~ash la.rr. Departtncnt of Physical and Ilioh:,- :cal Scicnccs, ~ 1'rutcin dct_•rnunatinn< :uid o.y;raph procedures have prc.•i- SoutLwestFe5carchlnsti:ute.Satt:\ntouio,TexasC.S.A.7$3$; ouslv lxendr~cntKd jG'..TheeaneentrationofADP«asdrter- niincd r~ ctr~l hotomctncalh at 2lo nm usinc a mtllintolar R. H. Wilson abwrbanca eix•tficirnt of t j.1. The Frcun was adcted in aliquots Departmrnt of Rntan}'. The University of Teaas, front a saturat.•d mcdiam euntair,in; 12 m; •rnl at 27 4C. Aastin. Trr:a+ C.S.a. 7S712 The result: in Fiz. tshoa• the lrvcls of respiration. respiratory control t-tatc 111 rc:ptr.ttion ratcs.'state W respirarion ratcF.) Halo;enatrl hydrocarbons, in particular the tluoroalkane ;;; and AItI U ratios for nutochondria isolatrd frora the two aases or Ercvr.tiK i,cac:it name lialor.sl arvyidcl~ usrd toc:a~• aurccg of ti~scr::. f3oth aourccs sho.~• that rc.piratory control at retrigvrants, scroiol pnp.t!s~:c:. or;anic sohents and iire .--lues decrca-ed aFen the Freon..as added. 'With rabbit liver extingui.lt:ri bccauw of crrt.an superior chrrnical and ph.sical mitochondr::. a solution containini; 0.1 •. Freon t I.0 m:;:nll ?ropcrtie: ar.d Lw-c.,ase thc-.• are tc•lt to be relativel_v non-toxic produced a3u ••, reduction in respiratory control but no ehanqe (1, 2;. Ho..rcer. recent tn~~c~acatlon~ initiated by indii- in the aUI';O ratios. When the concentration of Freon was e:iminste uv- nf prap,ltant-t%x halozenated hydrocarLons by incVeased to 1o.2°°,-tlte trspiratorn• control rate decreased to ehiJdren tnd yumnt adults, hatc demonstrated that high levela 62% of eontrol values and zUP:C) values dropped from t.4 to of the;e toml-,un,;, can be hc.ttth hazards r"ulti^q in cardiac 1.5. ?1 1.1'° Freon solution showed a eomplrtc laci: of resp:ra- anhythmia aml even rf'•:-th ir. all epecirs studied includins; rat. ton• control (dJta -:at stokc•n). While respirator}' coatrol cat, d.:a and ri..; 'j:. L.iuk i; kno%%n c•.,nc-ruin; thr r'(,-ct4 .•aluea were reduced, the rrtpiration rates.cere not altered by of ti%cw compour.ds on the t.,sic rnetat.oli~;n of ltvin; cells. th: presence of the ['rron even at saturatin; eoncrntrations. This pap,-r rrpor:: !.`.:• cffrct=u° one such compound, Frcnn-2t a•hich indicate that the Freon is not aeting as a classtul (CHCLI', fluor.c!~chl~:.,ir.c;hanct, un tac prucrsa of uxidative uncoun',!c. ` . `~ 0 3 tI 0 0 +D 0 1 , 9 4* 4 1\ .. -...-f°'.., N ~ It
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50254 7953 .. kc 1311 114a Wagmnn, D. n. :~ISLCCl.':D V: LUES OF CIiF.;ilCAb TNEY*:Lf)YP :4."23C PZCFi:'rjBS. Pl:':T Y. TABLES F0R TNE PLRST T'W'F-,:r;-TuI:I:C E""WITS IN il:-2 £TtXD1:P.L Q:;.T13-R OF by D. D. 1•1. H. Lv'an, Y. H3lGit', V. II. Parker, S. M. Bailey, ccd R. H. 5Chu-'...a O.u"... ~. Uepz~::tmF.1:t of Co=erGC, 2Tttion8l Ei1TEb::U of Stc.ada-:~, TaC'lniee2 Nota 2T0--1);at;a 3;~~!=~ 1--1 12/S Pnh~fl U.S. n:.~paxtment of Cor c, National Burcr~u of StLndar4s, Wa~~con, D. C. .-~.,-R ~ 0 3 0 4 n 00 1 9 6-5 l
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~, 50254 7972 VI ToU 9ro .._ r. .. J kny:,3r_: J. 2 {°:'-Ttl~~L.:wL~`L)-EENZT.tfXD:'lZ(3L~: AN f*•'•3inflCdilG b':F[t :2C:'.-'.S^1IiiJTM T0.".t..Ci.0, b•.? fzy::.^,rrd J. l;o~hq. Joacph V. F{zra, N.ixetrd H. Nz1L•o-r, ar.d Bvr~sr d tJ. GrccnFSald FA;.rr p: cnc-_•ntod t;t the 22cxt Tobacco Ch,...::frts Re-,,c:.rCtl CGi3aCrl:."^,s, R±ctr=i0., V,rri,t3.^, OzLc;h~•r 17-19, 1958 24 . .. i _ , . . . . , . . . ~ . . . . Q3 0 0 n 0 0 19 8 4 1 e " .r
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Q r 41 C1 2c. ~.i =:~.~..._._~....~_a~.~. ~...__.~+2Lx.~._......~ ..r.w......~s~.~~.~.. L5o2sa 7975. c1wrk, r. M. *za 2t. 0. tl4Lvorson LATi:rT:A?'OfiY CL'fiLINE Faa G: ;:EP,ItI, P.ACTuRI0L0^'t". 1967 C3 pvgcs P,urgaac t'::`,S.ishinE Co. NinneapoUg, Min7. 1 9~ 7 A i I
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PF.PTIDES--r1A~. SPc.C.Z~'( -_. _ . -~~-- -- .~ 50254 7955 j 74 III Sc The Application of Pyrolysis ~ -Methyiation and Esterification to the AuJr. J. Chent., 1974. 27, 393-7 ' ~ Mass Spectrometric Sequencing of Small Peptides ~"' C.1Lf. Schier and 4MMpNXIM ract • -- s .• The derivatization of peptides for mass spectrometric sequencing involves treatment with trimethyl- anilinium hydroxide and methyl trifluoroacetate. followed by pyrolytic conversion to the eorrespond- " ing TFA-peptide esters in the solid probe tip of a mass speetrometer. The mass spectra of TFA- peptide esters obtained by the pyrolysis procedure are essentially identical to reference spectra obtained from TFA derivatives prepared by conventional esterification procedures. f . -, " Introduction Because of their very low vapour pressure and their susceptibility to thermal decomposition, free peptides are normally subjected to chemical modification before mass spectrometric sequencing is attempted. The direct insertion of samples into the ion source makes it possible to examine .peptide derivatives with intact amide bonds and all recent mass spectrometric sequencing has been done on N-protected peptide esters. The most widely used derivatives for this purpose are the trifluoroacetvl(TFA)- .~-n.-+.±-•r ---.....-..+.-..~.-s~-r-~•sT~--------r•--~- , , . ~I~I ' l . \.. . . . . ~ d n + q b 7 ti 1\ ~-I Department of Chemistry, Wollongor.g Univenity Collegt; Wollongong, N.S.W. 2500. r - Ab d___._...._
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7 j.. so2sa 7968 ~~ -77 A CONSPECTUS OF RESE.A2CH ON v.fINc ~~REQUIREMENTS OF MAN ~y jpm. IAmE:1f . THE JOURNAL OF NUTRITION / Allxrny Nlcdical Collcga AlGany, Ncw York 12203 VOLN'IL 104. r'u*toas 3, scAnac 1974 (:34<,T j. CECIL SMITH, )ll. Traca Elconctit Rcscarch Lal,oratord Vetcranr Adminhtration llospital Washington, D. C. 20•!22 antI ' M. ISABEL IIINVIiv' 1Vutretion Institutc Agriculturol Rcscarch Service . United States Departmceit of Agriculture . Beltsoillc, Dfaryland 20705 a 3 'n o n. n •o , yao (Pages 345-37s)
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CL'.LLhZOf:,E--I?ECO`fPOSI:•ION /THTrPMAT. ANALYSIS/ 5025t1 7963 ~ 74 Aepm•lntcnt of O?'gauic Chcmistry, The IleLrerv University oJJcrusarc.m . _ A6STI2ACT - ._ L The Eeeompos[rian of ecllulote, in the absec:ce and presence or additives, has beei s`tudicd "' " In a eombincd DTA-TGA (dificrcnrial sl:ermal anal)sis- thermogras•in,c.rrie analysis) s.,st:!r., tn w•hich both dea: rminatioect wete carricd out simultar:e•ously ar.d on trr sarse sample• The overall procesi a•as fuund tn be cndotlerrrle in unt;eatcd eeaulo,c and in thc pres<:nce of ae.dic eatalysrs, but ehangcd irto an eaothermal or•.e In the presence of suong,basesg . Introdvction The previous papers (I, 2) dealt with isothermal decomposition of cellulose. Various Eroups carried out either TGA (thermobravirxictric analysis) or DTA (differential thermal analysis) on cellulose with significant differences in experimental results and calculated data. In order to test, whethcr at least part of the discrep,,ncies were caused by using different samples and different apparatuses in the two determinations, and also to obtain additional dat1, it was thought advisable to perform simultaneous DTA-TGA det--rmin^tions on the same sample, both in the presence :.nd absence of t . III lIa PYROL'S. . ~ , TIC I;EE~Cr '. iU„_.,, OF CARl30}illlRATES. PART VII. SIMULTANEOUS DTA-TCA STUDY OFT}II?• TIiLItAi.t,L tucnrL )c~tc~~L ~; ct _~: ~: i DECOA'IPOSITIQ:d OF CLLLULOSL IN VACUO S:1LID STATrU ctirXrli: :': 1'1 1••." nd S. Patai
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4 r j -V1 ~Tv (1968) ~ ~ a SVirL!ikTTf3'lI AS M ANTIAiY(O'SZC RG&: $iR ;_ PXC ctNs. la UTr D T4s?drCO, by p.&,•nond J. r:n;,hq, +~ lioc:ard 11. lislter, and Harry Jacin t' Paper pregcntcd .:r the 22nd Tobacco Coeefuts ResraTch Cor.fercnae, Richraortd, Vi.rginia, ©ctebvx 17-19, 1968 21 YaUcn ;?. .:~ 1 . ~ . .. . . ' . ~ ~~ f :5a25a 7971
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/I Y / 9. L 6 1 0 0 u 0 0 E0 :.__.~~ .~.._._.._..~.~..~~. ~..._~._~.:_... _..a~~_ _~ (Z9Gt aunl) S£-£ (Z/T 'a;3) y asa3jQ •ion ;s:vy oa-cr5oy ': Uu3 m"IZSgdriZ JuIwIib 'JJr, SOZI 'nid MIXy 996L dSZOS ~
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i...50254 7969 ' A`'Z-A& " 77 HUMAN '.tNC llEaFIUU:vCY S , b Dr ., . WAt111![iQTON -- . Ten years ago the clinicul feltures of a nymlro111c fitu(lie(l in ?ran was presented to this Associat.ion.l '1'he salicnt fcuturcK were growth ref 1r(la- tion, ahscut scaual development, iron deficicncy anciuia, and gcol,hnfiia. These features are similar to what is seen in experimental zine deficiency in several species of animals. A colleague, Dr. Ananda Prasld, sug- gested that zinc deficiency might exhlain the failure to grow aiul to de- velOp sexually. filiortly•tllcr(•nfl(,r, at thc U.S. Nuvul 1I(•dical Itcscarch Unit in Cairo, Prasad clclnon.tratccl abnormalities of zinc mcta11o1ism which were consiarnt with that hyhothesis.-•' h'urthcrmore, a treatment program in J:gyht of 22 llutritional dwarfs provided data which were analyzecl by S:(nclstca(1 of VanrlerLilt and showed a markedly 'beneficial 0-:x-n 0n0Q 1 9 aA 0 a I
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50254 7976 4 I 0 3 n A n o' o Spores; a spn•iposiuni held at. Allerion P;irk, ]llinui-~, Octohvt• 11-1•?, 1956 under the nusl>ice~ of the Universitv of ilfiuois and with the support of the Of1Ece of 'NnvaL Research. Washin~ton, .Lmeric~ro lnstit•~tte of Biolobical Sciences, 1957 t`19581 z, 104 p. lilus., diagrs.. tables. 25 cm. (AYUerican Institute c.f Blologicnl ficiences. Publication no. 5) Includes: bibl`obraphles. 1. ItHcterlology--Congresses. 2. Eacteria, Sporeforcatrag. s. Sib;,res (Itotauy) (Series) QR1.)f3 1956 C'\ 589.9 57- 11419 Library of Congress _ ~7 1'59f53 9 a -8 , i
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5025q- 7973 .-~--,~,.~---- 1 S':: D]:ES Q!: ^L:C%-:1 :-.'; D"-Y V-O-:1'XJN ?N ::.7 `,,L\D• 1) .L7..~.-.l20 tLi.:% --s--~^-°.~•-*-~,-_-~.-:~:r.-..~~.~-,. ~~~ Q ~ d A 1 9~ 5 \ e ' `
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50254.7951 . ~yr, Dct., --77 hey words: .. ...............,..-- • .. : .. : :. : Continuous cxpos,:,ie .....,. .. .. . . ~.y._..._.,.._. ,. OOCU:'.FI.T COitiTr OL DATA • R!s. C Patholoay (Srro•hr ri+r /iHr.R.n e( 17ur. 1 nA.r rl rt.ual w+! riwl !.r rr .lrl Toxicological screor.ing ~ .. pNrG1Na :SNSi ..C SIYrI S IIOjcrar ru/hrr) i j• ~ Aerospace \,edical Research hzbor4to:y, Aerospace ' ' t' =~ Gas ctlroi-iiatogra;.}:y Electron microscopy : right ti Medical Division, Air Force Systc;ns Command, \ % ,`•fr Fo:•ce ii.-lrc, Ohio ~s4_ 33. Propellant toxicity 4 i. 1. kEO-4NT lllLE James R. Trudell, Ph. D. . NE/'ORt DATE ~ This report was presented at the Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Conference on Environmental To::icolc-,y, sponsorad by the- Systet,fed Corporation and held in J'airbo:n, Chio on 31 August, 1anc' 2 September l°71. Major technical areas discussed included to::icolo-jical c:aaluaticn of volatile halogenated compbunr?s, protection of the public ag4inst air pollution and toxicological problems with aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles. U -5 ~ .~ n 0 0 ~! q 6 0 I
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f 502 54 ?956 ._.~._s. --,~. ~........ ~ 80 I I Ey-81 S.P, isr~hiarrr Rneorrb. ~ 291-300 (~981) ~. o n ica ress ~ N elative Insulin Insensitivity and Cortisol Secretion in _ ! #' Depressed ®tients~ . © O ~ ~~JSami athan Edward,J. Sachar. Gregory M. Asnis, Uriel Halbreich, ~- , +!n . Received December 26. 1980,• revised version nctived February 28, 1981; accepted March 2. 1981: •Abstract. Relative insulin insensitivity occurs in a substantial portion of patients with majoi endogenous depressions, and about half such cases'also hypersecrete cortisol in the afternoon and evening. This study assessed the relation between these two abnormalities in 16 patients with major endogenous depression. Over several days, insulin tolerance tests (ITTs) were performed in the morning and a evening, and measures of cortisol secretion taken: plasma cortisol at 0800, 1600, and 2300 hours, both before and after dexamethasone; baseline cortisol before ITTs; and mean 24-hour plasma cortisol concentrations (in 10 cases). After clinical recovery, some of these patients had repeat ITTs (n=10)and repeat predexameth- asone and postde~Camethasone cortisol assessments (n = 9). Additionally two control groups of 15 normal subjects and of 12 schizophrenic patients received morning ITTs. None of the control subjects manifested insulin insensitivity. How- ~ r .` . .~.!1.. _~...~.r..~. ~ !
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80 11 Ho / j 502519. 7983 ealt "-Related lfehavior 1 Impact of the Three Mile Island gQuclear Incident Report Submitted to the TMI Advisory Panel On lth Research Studies of - The Pennsylvania Department of Health *The Pennsylvania !~ '.*Peter S. 8outs. Ph.D., Principle :-vestigator PART Iff// *Robert W. Miller, Ph.D. **George K. Tokuhata, Dr. P.R., P`:.:. ** +~ Ph.D. .- ~~_ ~~ State University, ~ollege of ~&e__cine and 0 4 **The Pennsylvania Department of Healta April 8, 1980 . o n~1 or1 9,.9 ~
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50254 7981 . ~.~~y.~.._,_ ...ra ~~. .~... .. ~iSFR. i.C't . , (1970) S. P. R. T. F tvo? cso TobaTcu Gb. , Tcaoearcn ana P=-c3:ect F?:-v-Ar'p-m:x lle;.r rr:mar+tty Sc:iFnce U.{.5i8!.'+41 '.ii s I1L~~Li •.:+)s L1Yl7l...' .'.U.+..vy ~+VM•ljI) 1n,r%Er,tinn.~ .ci7ia'! ttG L!.ti i r,!:!11';'C.EL\T; ~ Yi.r`.tititi 1.' iL. ; IJy R• J. Cu., :tn-j aZ'CeucC --,-UC'.lfirrt:nd Dicrp;ir.a.^^4^'L. l. _Y. f~ ~L'..L r!~ > f'-... n?« f~.l...f I lY7n.~: .'+Yw 'S~ J i=.7l.~. YJYJF.brJil, l+•~.+ l1'Y-7 •i....• ~C.9 i 0 . A .^.tlli,%c:io:a s :F N. C. I a;~ ~ ~ n a Q! 9 93 , I ~__t¢
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rleF-GRZZ3-73 SOIL SCI. SOC. A,lER. PR0C.36(No.5)755-751(1P72) 50254 7974 Eqtulibriuctt Itclatiousiti,)s of til011l CitcI:alt% in II}•ut•ollonic Soltiiiun-s'- wV&M , AT\D W. L LIYZDSAYa . - ABSTRACT Stability-pH diap,rams were developed to describe the equilibrium relationships of metal ions with chclating agents in" nutrient solutions for the fo11owing chelating agents: ECTA, EDW., DTYA, CDTA, and EDDIt& These stability diagrams give the concentration of each chtlated metal species in solu- tion in the pit range of 4 to 9 and provide a reliable means for selecting appropriate cliclating agents for specific purposes. With increased >>li, displacement of Fc3+ froin the follokting clhclating agents by divalent cations is in the order ECTA > EDTA > DTl'A ] CDTA > EDDIiA. Similar developments can be extended to otl:er chelatine agents and to nutrient solu- - liois of diflcrcnt composition. • _ t= a" 3 cl 0..- n'-a A y $ o
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X Me1Q 74 Two- Patterns for aronchial Damac~e from Inha4ed l 50254 .796S . ._- Materials, Chest 65 (4) 61-62 (1974) , „ ~ • • fI ~ ~ • f- tt. f"...'rx.m, Ar.D.; A. filludson,lf.D.k a~pri~, ltt.D; • ,. )V. N'. bfrAinsic, Jl.D.; an.~J: A..tlerclant .~ ~ >he distal airways of less than 1 mm In diameter have ing that querectin also produced leukoQy rc~~ru tment-r ~ J reeerst?Y become the focus of increascd attention in Pcrhaps the most interesting 6ndinE..;r3 that sulfur diox- } d tar a -!e 1 d' t' I~ 1 ' t 'd d s a c ar c e G d b ' I • 1 h ~ •. r r w ng rum , p r an cr n ac s u ..r y resprra ory i s , a or e on car on or grvcn srmu tane.ous }~~ rt car- fae ure. Okz own intercst was directed to small airways bon, recruited leukocytes when the sulfur dioxide (SO;) during stu;ties of the prcatencc of byssinosis in which level was 40 ppm.' Five times tlre dosage, or 200 p prn; eotton dust exposure and cigareae smoke were found to was required for leukocyte recruitment when 6ltered air ?uvc a stiong positive interaction in producing func- was the carrier without carbon plrticles. Subsequent- tional loss measured by forced expiratory Bow in ouc ly, certain tefined products extracted from cotton con- socond (FEV,) and symptoms of bronchitu.' During taining polyphenolic polymers were found to be recruit- cxperinents to determine which aocnts in cotton dust ers of lcukocytes in this system. Monohydrozybenzcnc caused rhronic bronchitis 'wc subjected hamsters and (phcnol) and a series of polyhydroxyl phcnols from guinea pigs to dust exposure and noted' leukocyte rc- di-hydroxybenzene to chlorogenic acid %s•hcn gis•e:r as cruitmcni drroughout the airstiy.z Appreciating the aerosols failed to recruit lcukocytes, but when adso:ircd lack of expcrimental models for small ainvay disease, this on silica particles recruited leukocytcs avidly. Silica T° tes as dicl other [1artic'.es ~~ tn-o'lr:u~al~fAathor,enCsi;f~_n_~,~ ~alArjr,~~iled t,~ er ri,~lcr„ lo ~ ... - . , ~ , . Y 0 1 \ ~~~
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' CASS • CLAY CREAMERY, FARGO, North Dakota, testedtcottage cheese aith textured vegetable protein bits in it for a seven-week period begin- iung in October 1973 with resultss that exceeded the dairy manage- ment's expectations. Quarter-inch cube Bontrae® tex- tured vegetable protein product, by General Mills, was added to Cass aay cottage cheese at a ratio of - - 8% by weight. Distribution was in 12-ounce tubs to the larger super- markets • in the Fargo-Moorhead area. Printing on the lids of the con- tainers was altered to identify the _ i \ 1\ j ~ 50254 7984 I .
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50254 7982 I c,. m~`s~ng bl fd l:w'.ed by George E. Hani. \evc York, Intets.n'-h1.F Publi'i'lers 11961, zv. A19 p. illuH. 24 cn:. (Mg5 poIfiners; s aer:e3 c2 ijonnarupb3 on Oc (h:raint:r. pL•yeics, an4 trchnMog7 of bigh potyrarric enN-tnnces, v.18) °Replacos au eariii•r voion;e !n the Hiph yolywer aer:.;3 Ly T. Aliicy, Jr., ,F. J. t3vhrcr, and Ii. Mark, publls2:ed In W3?." Incinues biblfo:rnpbled. 1. Polyrners and polrn:arizattnn. r. Alfrey. Turner, 1914- CopolywrSzatlon. rr.'lltle. (Series) Ql)231. PG1128 Library of Congress 547.84 C4--17C50 t7-13 9 9 4
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74 ITI ke .-- 5025q• 7978 S.P. Textile Research Jour. 32 971-7 (1962) ' Part VIxL• N.M.R. Ah.corption by Water in "r'4Too1 During ' . . :. ,~ Chanfles of Water Content • ' . . . • . _ '. • G. W. West,' and bi. Feuglielman1 , .: ., t water is quickly removed and thereafter its concentration is small. The eonstant- . j rcgain difrusion cocmcicnt for water in wool at 21° C and 93;'o RH calculated from • ~ wc,61 «•as observed clurir,; uptake and loss of .vater following relative humidity changes " ti:een near zero and 70;'0, 80%, and 93Jc. Exchange of D,O by H30 was also es.i.-.erved at 935"o RH. During both uptake and loss of water the results indicate that line broadening is taking place because of reduced mobility of some protons. It is snggcsted tihat this low mobility follows, at least in part. from a low level of H-bond network forr.iation during the transient state. In desorption most of the more mobile The ehane .vith time of the nuclear magnetic resonar.ce absorption by water in Abst act ' . . . . . . r . . the D=Ci-H_O exclutn;;e experiment was approximately 1.5 X 10•1 em%sec. It appears _ _ th.at the corresponding intrinsic diffusion coefficient lies between conflicting values found • by othcr workers. The exchanoc cun•e, which should be a good approximation to self-diffusion curve, deriated grossly from a Pickian shape after the first minute. found that the n.m.r. sigit:l depended on previous sorption history if the wool i It was ~ 0 3 n 0 t1 t~. 0 t 9 9 0 ~.. I
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Kolloid Z. Z. Polym. 239 (1) 581-6 (1970) 50254 7979 t'rout the ljiri.ion of Trrtile I'hyciu. CSlJN1 Xy.le. Sydm.y (Ar+traliu) . A N':llIt study of the anisotropy of water absorbed by keratin Bg L. J- l.yncG anMAIN D'uJ1 S ji!nvr4 in lS rdda~L A definitive resutt obtained from the use of \Jlft to study macromolecular hmlration is thc evidence for uni,otrohy in the state of m-atcr absorbed by some fibrous matcriala. liroal line uLsort)tion mcasuremcnt; of the Proton magnetic resonance (1'.NIR) and Deuteron magnc-tic resonance (1).NIR) ab- sorption spcctra of m-vtcr and D_O ab.orLcd by coll;iocn (l, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), Rayon (S) and somc forms of D\ A (t), 10) have revealed orientation dependent, tu•o and three line spectra. The P.M. sl)cctnt are indicative of an intranioleculnrh• dominated fiil>ol,ir inter- action and the MIR spectra of an interaction h1~~~Ler~retrr~_ 0 3 A o n ~ A i 9 9 i I\ itor- - (Rrcch•ed March 16. 1970) . .. . probaLility parallel thun perpendicular to the fibre axes (Delal's model). 1be s,rmmetricallr placed central line that occazs ala•ays in thc Y311: spectra but is sontc+tinies absent in the D]IR spectra (c. g. s)x-e4mnt of ll..0 absorbed by colla~en) until receQtl~• has been consi~lcred due to a sep,ntc phase of absorhed .vatcr, in a less ordcred state, «•ith which the oriented m•atcr exctmre~cs. Xo~r, ho~recer, Dehl and Hoere (7) hare produced evidence to suggest that this central line is liiimarih• duc to substrate pratatt.s. Crrahruu, ll'eal and ll'alker (I1) have
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j 5025q 7995 CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/TOBACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ TOBACCO--ESSENCES & ESSENTIAL OILS/ 80 VI HaI RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 VI HaI Koiwai, A. *(no'affi .)* TOBACCO AROMA AND TASTE AND ACIDIC CONSTITUENTS IN THE ESSENTIAL OIL. Okayama Tabako Shi Ho 38, 97-104 (1977) (in Japanese) o~ n o 0 0 o x o o 7 R I , Steam-volatile acidic constituents of various tobacco samples which are Judged as aromatic semi-aromatic and aroma-deficient by sensory test were analyzed by gas-chromatography with the glass capillary WCOT column....
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4 502547970 CiGAT.FTTES--FIIYSICAL PROFERTIES/ TOBACC0--3MOKE --ClIEPtICAL CO;~IPOSITION/ TOBACCO--FREEZE- DRYIhC/ VI To-73 'TO? ACCO--S MO1:E--?II COTI NE /TOBAC CO--SI, SOYE--FHENOLS /TOBACCO-- StSOXE- -TAR/ . - . - A?tERICAti :tAC}tINE & FOUivbRY CO.,INC. / RJR CL.4SS NO. PAMPIILET VI To-72 '~ Ito, T. I. ; F3ore, J. V. ;}:e11y, T. K. ; Slanski, J. a. ~ (&MF Inc., Ricrnon3, Va., U. S. ) CO`'L'AfiISO\ OF LOW DEt:Si21' TOBACCO PRODUCTS: FQAMED, PUFrED, FP.EE2E DRILQ. CORESTA/TCRC Joint Cunf., Symp., paper, tdilliamsburg, Va., 30 p. (Oct. 22-28, 1972) (in English) *.:ey-s;ords:* freon, tobacco, additive; , k tar, snoke, constitue.nt; nicotine, smoke, constituent; nicotine, cured, conrtituent; phenol, smoke, constituent; carbon mono::ide, snat:e, constituent; acrolein, smoke, constituent; acetaldenyde, smokt, constituent. t ~ . ` .~ ~ i . t1973, ho. 20, W 8256* *d* ; .~ Tobacco cbc:r,!istry: : J .... . . .. :~-.. .~"~'~- . .. -. ~ .. . .,. _ ~. . , - . . . _ . . ~ . .. _ . . a i.~ (;~. • t) 0 Q~ i
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n search 219 1981 1-12 Elsevier/Nortb-Holland Bio icaTOUCH/ 3 81 V Ha PERIPHERAL NEURAL BASIS OF TACTILE SENSATIONS IN MAN: I. EFFECT OF FREQUENCY AND PROBE AREA ON SENSATIONS ELICITED BY SINGLE MECHANICAL PULSES ON HAIRY AND GLABROUS SKIN OF THE HAND ~[B1KK3 HXM)UJINI9 and TIMO JARVILEHTO Depa,rment of Payr.bolosr. Experinoental t,oborotorka, Rftarlkmv J, SF-00170 Jleistnkt 17 (Flnland) (Aaoepted January 1st, 1981) Tactile thresholds and sensation magnitudes for single mechanical pulses of varying frequency and pr4be area were studied in order' to provide psychophysical data for correlations of tactile sensations with functional properties of different types of human peripheral nerve fibers. Single mechanical pulses were delivered to the hairy or glabrous skin of the hand by means of a perspex probe (area 0.07.0.7.3.1, or 12.5 sq - mm) fixed to the moving coil of an electromechanical vibrator. The frequency of the single pulse was 20, 60 or 150 Hz. Absolute and touch thresholds were measured with a Q(~ (yne&d Qjpr4ductipn. pr&hreshoid sensations were measured with the method of magnitude estimation (6 predetermined displacement amplitudes ranging from 50 to 9S0 um). ' I , t
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: 81 I I Ka J.P"e C1.c"1&tron Au.aet vot. ,s, Auau,t .9x, p. 9;z Ic 0 3 ORTHOSTATIC DYSREGULATION (NO.1) -POSTURAL CHANGE OF HEMODYNAMICS AND LEFT CARDIAC FUNCTIONS- ken-ichi Ka.•amura,"[Kiwamu Seo,*~ 'lMasako Matoba,'l Katsup' Kato, ' o uyuki Sakato,'1Zenji Nonaka,'1Zuisho Kan '2Takeshi Mori Fuji Municipal General Hospital. Shizuoka •1 Department of pediatrics, jikei University. School of Medicine,Tokyo. *2 Saitama children's Health Center, Saitams Echocardiograms in children with orthostatic dys- requlation (OU) were investiqated. Subjects were L8 hD children (2L men, 2L 4•omen, an average age was 12 years) and 15 controls (10 men, 5women, an average age was 10 years). Echocardioqrams were taken in supine position, im- CHOCARDIOGRAMS IN CHILDREN WITH mediately after rising and 15 minutes after rising. Decreases in LVDd, LVDs, SV, CO, and LADiAoD fqerepj ser~ d irr~ediah)y afler ritjnq i9both.control ~ j,-ou~ /nd 00 R d~ (I , 7r ..--w~r-"'-•-----.'--- .- (.50254 7985 Fifteen minutes after rising, in a control qroup. these recovered to the same or nearly same values as ones in supine position, but in OD group these de- crease continued as such. mVcf and LPEP/LVET were not changed by the pos- tural change (rising) in a control group. In OD qroup, seeming improvement was observed immediately after rising and it also continued 15 minutes after rising. EF was not changed by the postural change (rising) in both a control group and OD group. The evidence that decreases in LVDd, LVDs, SV, CO, and LAD/AoD were observed even 15 minutes after rising, proved that OD children were in the state of hemodvnamicsduetocontinuous decrease in venous re- turn by the change of a posture. e 1 ~,.._.....~.- -
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•:..~.< '1< nf crl~n,orl\' LItrinliPC ihs< 1 il%rarv n( f'r.twrl:c: arlfl /11(< s0zsv 7989 the L~nited States Book Exchange ~ Out-of-Print Periodicals; s a ource o upP y LiGrarian, Catalog Maintenance Department Cornell University Libraries Ithaca, New York --~--- r-r-- = The functions of tLe Uriited States Book Excliange (USBE) are de- fined and its periodicals huldinGs evaluated. It is compared with similar services provided by counnercial dcalrrs and libraiy duplicates ex• chanQe networks and is found to conipleme»t them. The USBE is shown to provide a distinctive service at reasonaLle cost and to supply t__-mntrriaL,/rr~i~ently_.uot. n,-nilaLle, elseu!liere._Thi.s arlicle ecnchudes that .r.=- ~ 0 3~ 0 fl 0 02•0 Q I
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4 , -a 50154. 7996 TOBACCO--SriOKF.--TASTE/TOBACCO--SMOKF,--OnOR/TOBACCO--SMOKE--QUALITY EVALUTTION/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--TOBACCO SMOI:E//TOBACCO--SMOKE--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/ . . .. ... . . .. . .. 77 VI Ha RJR C] 1SS NO PA`+PHI ET 77 VI H l -~~ ; *(no affil.)* CORRELATIpNS AMONG THE EVALUATION VALUES OF TOBACCO SMOKING QUALITY , GAS CIlE:0HATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS, THOSE BY SENSORY TEST AND THE LAAfINA NICOTINE COP:'I' t Okayama Tabako Shikenjo Hokoku 36, 27-32 (1976) (in Japanese with ; *Keywords:* dipentene, smoke, constituent; pyridine, 3-vinyl-,•smoke, constituent; furfural, smoke, constituent; furfural, 5--methyl-, smoke, constituent; furfuryl alcohol, smoke, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent; phytadiene, smoke, constituent; „ phenol, smoke, constituent; cresol, smoke, constituent; m,-pcresol, smoke, constituent; myo's.mine, sn)oke, constituent. g 0 3.~ o n' n 0•Z 0 0 j
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5025q 8002 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK RC 49 Ha 1982 ~~ (ed.); Elliott,G.R. (ed.); Parron,D.L. (ed.); -- HEALTH AND BEHAVIOR. FRONTIERS OF RESEARCH IN THE BIOBEHAVIORAL SCIENCES. 5 c. National AcadeMy Press.Washington, DC.82.(IN ; ENG.) ISN = 1543 i 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 z o 1 q e I
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a X IIs1e 74 S.P. dcposition rates in huaan airways were calculated oonputationaly. Next, depositions of 99m-techne- tium colloid in tronchial models and the human, airways were studied by scintillation camera and vtiolo body counter precisely. These theoretical Fortant prob}cn in ecdicine. For example, air y-rillution or aerosol therapy, should be studied ur.:!cr the synthetic eoncrpts of gas and particle. So aerosol scanning should be reviewed in wider aspects of aerosol science to answer various clinical requircc;onts. First, total,and regicnal gar•es in the respiratory tracts has been very im- F.yoto Univcrsity Scr.oo, of he .cina, iryoto, Jopan. tanji Takahashi. Atortic Energy institute, Kyoto, :Tr.pan. The distribution of inhaled particles and Jour. t:ucl. Med. 15(6)504 (1974) AF.RCSOL PEPOSITI0:2 IN TIIE RESPIRATORI' TRACT. AFi.OSOL DEPOSITION IN THE RESPIRATORY TEL'.CT~Naru- r4 Itoh,'Ya-ushi Ishii:.Toru Mori 11------ - oru F-u..t:o. Cnl.cr..7 iur'.r.ttsu,}.1^}L O.~.. 50254 7988 ~- - . and eicperimcntal studies were useful in under- standing normal distributions of aerosol a:.d Sas in.the scintigran,is. In healthy subjrcts, 111- xenon gas mainely distributed to._•cripheral s:tes. But in aerosol scanning hilar dc,-usitions ver-e not,ignored. This hilar depositicns were due to inpaction to several bronchial bifurcafior.s. : peripheral airways marked deposition occurred sy sedimentation. These differences in depos.tion' nechanisms were thought quite important in cc-- sidering pathogenesis of lung cancer and e?,roaie obstructive lung disease. In aerosol scar.nir.;. generally performed, this phenomonon was usus:ly seen, because our ultra-sonic nehuliter p:cc.:__ed the aerosols of about 2 taicr:%s. Once airway ce- formity occurs,excessive regional sFots and dist- al decrease were seen. These data showed to =e careful about aerocol therapy%to diseased lu.:q. I I / . _. _ - _. . k /`1V
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• 50254. 7990 VI To- 72 TOB_ACCO---CHF.MI_CAL Cf3MPOSITION-: RADING/ ~ -- --- ~,, TOBACCO--FLUF-CURED% -_ . _ ~_ .....,~-....~.~..._,.. ~ ~ .. P.JR CL..SS NO. PAisc-tiY.ET VI To 1972 + ~ (::orthCarolina State Univ., Dep. Statist., Raleigh, N.-C., U. S.) ` UTILIZATION OF MULTIVARIATE . TATISTICS FOP. DISCRIt•3.'vATI:\G A?AaG FLLE-Ct;F.a.D ~ TOBACCO VARIETIES. , .,., .. ,, . COR:.STA/TCRC Joint Conf., Symp., paper, Williamsburg, Va., 57 p. (Oct. 'z-' ~ 28, 1972) (in °:,~1ish) *1972, No. 21, W 97b8* ,*lm* Tobacco agriculture: o3'oQo-0 oloox I . ,
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6..0 0 Z 0 0 0 0 U£ 0 (D 42"ei) 4Z-9r 'J a~-3arnvauo am.zj 4,Bv,aq.ot.j .... ..w. a.i., .:.ss °t'.Ti z cssc: Aszos l
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soZSV 79» 82 III Br e : ]OL'R\AL OF THE OPTI SOCIETY OF AMERICA VOLUME 40. KUMBER 11 I 7 S O NO~'EMBER, t~ .~ .r.- 7 "- ;,, w ight-Scattering Photometer for Determining High olecular Photoelectric Weights - , ' B_ A. BRICE, AT.•D R. $PE1sEltt Eeiter~f Retio~fa! Raearcb Lo oto.y,2 Pbiladdykio, Peeesyloaaio (Received May 22, 1950) I A pbotoelectrie photometer designed for the measurement of absolute turbidity, disaymmetty, and depolatisatioa of dilute aohfdops of high molecular weight materials, aad hence determination of their moletnLt weights, Is desen'bed. The photometer comprises essentially a monochromatic parallel primary bam of radiation, a si:•sided scattering cell for measurements at 0', 45', 90', and 135', a multiplier photo- tube and galvanometer, a standard opal glass diffusor, and removable polarizer and analyzer. Turbidity ia determined in terms of a ratio of deflections for the 90' scattering and for the primary beam reduced in idtensity by neutral 6lters and diBused by an opal glass plate. Working relationships kading to determi- aation of absolute turbidity are developed. These relationships include corrections for refraction and re&RSon effects, aad for [mperfat diffusion by the opal glass. The latter is evaluated by comparison of the opal glass with reEecting diBusors corrected for specular component of reflectance. The response of some multiplier pboto-tubes is shown to be dependent on the ptane of polarization of the incident radiation. Data iUusttating the performance of the photometer include comparison of moleetilar weights of polystyrene fractions, beta-lactoglobulin, bovine serum albumin, lywzyme, sucrose octaacetate, Raleigb's ratio and depolarisation for bentene, turbidity of a "standard" polystyrene, and particle size of a GR-S latex, with data obtained by other methods or other invest;gators. 0 3 0 6 n 0 0 1 9 8 9
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~ - ~~ 50254 7987 ~ ------. ..--- - 81 V Jd 2 SENSES AND SENSATION/ _ Brain Reuarch 219 (198~~ x"'°r/North-Holland Biomedical Press / PERIPHERAL NEURAL BASIS OF TACTILE SENSATIONS IN MAN: II. CHARACTERISTICS OF HUMAN MECHANORECEPTORS IN THE HAIRY SKIN AND CORRELATIONS OF THEIR ACTIVITY WITH TACTILE SENSA- TIONS :. TIMO JxRVILEHTO, and KAISA SOINIIIEN Deportmau oJPryclalojy, Experinmental Laboratorks, Rltarlkarm J, SF-00170 HeltinAci 17 (Finland) (Accepted January Ist, 1981) . _ -- -. _ . Key words: skin mechanoreceptors - touch - msn - neural eodins Properties of the human mechanoreceptors in the hairy skin of the back of the hand were studied by microelectrode, measurements from the radial nerve. Correla- tions of unit activity with sensations elicited by tactile pulses (single cycle sinusoids of 20, 60 and 150 Hz) were examined with simultaneous measurements of unit activity and sensation thresholds aod magnitude. . 1 _,....,....,...,~ `` , I l j
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I ESEARCH AND JNNOVAON 'Ii~ IN THE MMODERN CORPORATION N0 w,;NCOTCo l(V O&P AbY •< rfrCU n K+~' 1l) kK + ~ 1
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~,, 50254 5004 . ,_ ?9 XI Na . TnRACCO--GERMA`dY/ , ._ • . _. _.-.,. . .,-. .. . ., . . , P.JR CLASS N11, PPaPHLF.T 79 XI tIa A P^]EI' ::ISTO;;Y OF S"!);;I;•:C ':ITit SPI:CIAL RFrI:rTNCF. Tn (;ERT-mY. (her F.lntie T)unst) Itanh. tlhcnuh].att, 1979, lirp,, (?f.w 12, 1979)~ - in C,crr+an.
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50254 8007 ~~? A ~IGAZ' ^a ,.. 5liL•::~-i~ .;, c, F~ac~~{:nL fx~~: ??at.r Yor};;:r ;~1 (n;,. ~.:c) 175-:181 (:-7 ~ 0 3 0 0 t1 Q 0 2 0 t:9 ..~.:.-;-,......-
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1C. ,:so2sa 8003 t:JP. CLASS ::1. T:):::'0-%l>; TS ?24) In In:cr.:at?ou11 7nl.j~cco Scientific Ccr:;rcss, H3Mbur;;, Gcr.r,:~-~y PR^vvt'.EL`I''~:: GI' ::1 : FI ilik 10."AC',CO SC2C:ei'i F1C Ga:~Gt:::SS, t}• ,-1:i,`.+,r' E,,L j Q I n . Int. Tobarco Sci. p. (Sept. 14-19, 1970) a.s; i ish ) (in I
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~ 50254 7991 ~.-- 16 Blut.)* Looking for :rlternative proclucts as substitutes for chlorinated i hydrocarbons which aro furln<klen for thc use on farm aninralt, in- secticides of planl uridin are of spr•cial interest. It lherr•krre seem- ~ cd necessary to dcvelop a deternrinatiun mothod for the extremely t pui.nnnus alkalrurl nrculinr•, cnabLng lhc rl1•tcrrnin.rliun of rnilk { hyyienic rclcv.Ince of nicotine residues after control of ectuparasi- : j te>;. 1Vi1h the rnr•Ihod described the milk of the treated irnimal is de- ~ fattcd, the prutc•in is frrc•cipitmlod wrthTCA and,.rtler a<Irling cau- slic sulution, ttre supmnat,rnt ia lrc•.rtr•d with on~nnic solvent. An ~ inlcrmrdiatr clr•anufr with cliluicrl hydruchiuric acid, tronsfrvring I the nicotine into Ihe I,yclrophilic phase, removes the main part of eo-extraclecl iuterfering substances. Aftcrwarcls the nir•ntine is ;Iransformed into a free base, extracted..•ith organic solvent and Idelerniined by cLschromatography, thin-layer chroruatography - ~t 0;3 n 0 n- 0 0 2 0 0 3 . i /tS XII Ka RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XII Ka Bluthgen, A.; Nijhuis, Heeschen, W. (Institut Hyg. Bundesanstalt Milchforschung, Kiel, Ger.) GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF NICOTINE IN •fILK AND - *(Gaschromatographische Methode zur Bestimmung von Nikotin in Milch und Milchwissenschaft 33 (No. 3) 137-41 (1978) (in German with English abstr • i 'and mass spcrlm(Laphyra. I The method ..•as tested in an experiment with four factatir cows with a registered. commercial preparation containiny 0.04 nicotine in an inert support. The results shuw that Ihe application nl 501o 225 mrl nirnlit peronimal10.1 ::)0.45 my~k9bocly weiqht) c.,uscesrc-sirlues in mi ; up to 0.085 mgil. ; These results indicate that insecticides of plant otigin are r without food hygienic risk. It must howevcr, be cmphasized It lhe trial was not appropriate to demonslrate the specncC phrrrm I co-kinetics (n•sorptUon, distribution and elimination frum lhc I ganism), as the active subslancc for reasons of depot cffcct w masked by a support difficult to attack. ~ ~_~.. t
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~..y--- ~---- . / : ,k 73 XI Fo 0 ~' S.P. 1-8 i B N i - . RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 73 XI Fo1-80 s.p. us ness eW MARKET SHARE CHANGES IN"GERMAN CIGARETTE BRANDS DURING 3RD QUARTER OF en te-suc s'! New Busine.ss No. 42,p 2 (Oct. 10, 1980) (in German) 1980. * 0 3 o o> o2 3
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50254 7980 74 III Re Physical Progerties of Wool Fibers at S.p. Textile Res. Jotif. '3 - Various Regains . „- . Part III: Study of the State of Water in Wool by N.M.R. Techniques G.' W. West DY.7S/oH of Tribophysics, C.S.I.R.O., Uni:crsicy of Jlclbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia . MIT °ffalvand bi. Feughelman .' • . . ~. . . . . { S D'r.•isioit of Texrr7e Physics, CS.I.R.O. lf'ool Rc.rcarch Laboratories, Ryde, A'.S.W., Auslralia Abstract Both direct absorption curves and deri.ati.e curves due to proton inagnetie resonance absorption in,wool have been obtained. Peak heights and widths of the absorption lines . were measured for wool samples equilibrated at a number of relative humidities in the - range 0 to 905e. All water protons in wool appear to be less firmly bound than the keratin protons, but less mobile than liquid water. It seems elear that an increment of ; ' absorbed water ehanFes the binding energies of previously absorbed water. No evi- ' ___ . _ _ .__ ._....., .~ .- s...... c.e ....~..:. ~ ~..~....-...~..~....." _ , 0 3~ Q!' 9 9 2 l
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. 0 Pediat. Res. G: aFiB-874 (1972) ~ ;;•„ 5025a 8000 . } ~ :Hsir '-~-aaectkmrntt'^ y--• o z 1-~ b - - eu11a g tM y - . •• - .~ /. -- --- . P ~ ~ . . . ' • Ytritltlfl ! Yt r lfl A i tlt L ~I ~Ii .77 v,xa Low Levels of~ inc in Hair, Anorexia, Poor Growth, and Hypoaeusia in Children K. MICHAEL HAlfetOCEttrt + .~'"WAi~~T'fARCARET JACOBS, At•D J• DAV1D BAUW • Drpanmeni of Pediatria. Univenily of Colorado Medieal (:eoter, Demtr, Cobrado, USA' Concentrations of zinc in hair were determined for 338 apparently normal subjects living in Dcnver with ages ranging from 0110 years. Mean concentrations of zinc in hair .vere: neonates (25) 174 + 8(1 sest); 3 months-1 years (93) 88 f 5; 4-17 . ycan (132) 153 t 5, and 17-40 years (88) 160 f 4. Ten children more than 4 yeats of age had levels of zinc in hair of less than 70 ppm. Seven of these ten children hada history of poor appetite and eight had heights on or below the 10th pcrcentilef the high incidencc of low growth pcrccutiles was not explicable on a familial basis.Y_fa;te^ - ,~4ui ~.as tested in six of these children, and five had evidence of objective hypooettsia. - After supptementing the diet with small quantities of zinc, taste acuity was normalized in each of these children and levels of zinc in hair iuueased. Speculatiwt The correlation between low ltvcls of zinc in hair, anoreria, and low growth prt- eentiles in these children indicates that poor appetite and growth, in addition to tlu nhypefcu;i~, n>~ h~p befn a~but tble to zine rkfcicnq. The low mean concen- tra(ibn ofbtne'`sn h4th ofnfa and childtcn under 4)•ean of age indicates that stores of zinc in the body may be low in this age group. i R
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50254 8005 kUK CLASS NO. PA."iPNLF.T 73 XI Fol-75 s.p Welt TOP MA,yAGER PIANFP.EDjZ1QCE TO LEAVE H&SC '?t $~~ACCO GIANT AT THE END OF THE YEAR. IT'S"SMOKING" AT THE W&~T~~~ANY. *(Top-Manager Manfred Emcke verlaBt Ende des Jahres den Hamburger Tabakriesen.)* ' Welt,(July 30, 1975) (in German - complete English translation available.) . o30 0n0 02 0 1 7 - - w__- _-
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50254,7994 R.]R CLASS 140. PAMI'iILET 75 VI Sa Samejima, I.; Takemasa, K.; Mushiake, F.; --- ~; Honda, N.; Sakuma, H.; Mizukawa, Y.; Kisaki, T. *(no affil.)* EFL'I:CTS OF ME:1T- ~~I:u.ATMEN~ ON TII[: NICOTINE CONTENT AND SMOKING QUALITY ~,....~ ..: OF FLUE-CL'FJ:D TOJ3ACCO. Oklyama Tabake Shikenjo Hokoku 34,,71-80,(1974) (in Japanese with English summary) *Keywords:* nicotine, cured, constituent. 4 I *1975, No. 11, W 3699* *d* ~ Tobacco Chemistr (manufactur ) y e : 0 3 n 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 b e ti
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. 50254 9992 . a : DEUTS~HE LEBE:VSM[TTEtrRUNDSCHAU 176- Jahr<. I Htft t i i!7! VI Re9 -79 NITROSAMINES IN GERMAN DRUG PRODUCTS,. ETC. ' S.P. TAGESGESCHICY3'fE . ..-...:... - • ~ . schriftlichen Fragen des AbgeordnetenjVM41±tf~. . „LJa YCa iJU11uCJ[CSIClYlla' UCICtl[If1a, YifU UCC 1~_~3)/I(IC(11~1= nit-...•.•+:n.ehalt •in einer Tablette des vom Bundesge- sundheitsamt aus dem Verkehr gezogenen Aminophenazon um das 2000fache kleiner ist als die Menge, (lic in elnern Kilogr'amm Fleischwaren, Fisch und Kgse mit dem spe• zifischen TEA-Analyzer nachp,ewiesen wurde, und was gedenkt sie zu tun, urn das Vberhandnehmen von Arznci- mittelRruppen, die auf Grund geringfup,iger Beistoffnien- gen mit dem Verdacht auf Toritat bzw. Cancerogentat ver- boten werden, zu verhindern? Was gedenkt die Bundesregierung zu unternehmen, urn zu verhindern, dat3 aus dern BundesQesundhcitsamt Mit- teilungen iiber gesundheitsschadliche Wirkungen von Arz- neimitteln, Lebensmittcln und Bedarfsgegenst:inden an die Presse gelanRen, die diese in €rofier Aufmachun¢ als neueste Erkenntnisse publiziert, ohne da0 exakt wissen- schaftlich fundierte Ergebnisse und unwiderlegbare Be- weise hierubcr vorliegen. und wie gcdenkt die Bundcs- reg:erung im Fall der GcgenbewcisfiihrunR, d;e den be- tro:'rne Ier ell ~tir en entstandenen, zum Teil erheb- licl:en, fHanz.~lleilSc}~1en(lu OsetOi?"2 0 0 4 beartwortete der p:Irlainrntarische Staatssekretar Zander wie folgt (Gcutscher Ilundl•stag, Rericht ubcr die 164. Sit- doch unter der Nachwclsgrenze von 0,5--0,6 r,pb. Bcstimm- te K:isesorten enthielten bis zu 6 ppb, in der Regel jcdoc` unter 1 ppb DMNA. • Im rinzeUall kann daher durchaus I kg cines Lebens mittels die 2000fache Mcnge DNIIJA einer Tab)ctle Ami nophenazon (0,3 g) enthalten/ je nachdem welche Kon zentration an DMNA man beim Rechenansatz Im Lebens inittel und im Aminophenazon zugrunde legt. • Bcl dcr f01• Empfe1/lungen und Mafinahmen des P.undes gesundheitsamtes erforderlichen gesundhcitlichen Bewer tung des Gehaltes an DMNA wird jr.dodi neben der Ge fahrlic3ikeit des Stoffes und dem jeweiligen Gehalt auc' cine angenommene Verzehrmenge des Lebensmittels odr Arzneimittels beriidcsichtigt Geht man von einem Mittelwert von cl.wa 20 ppb l)MN: In Aminophenazon und elner Verzchnnenge von 1 g(ds. sind rund 3 Tabletten A 0.3 g) aus, so wcrden damit 0.0 Mikrogramm DMNA aufgcnommen. Selbst wenn man bel Fleischerzcul;nIssen, z. B. rci trol: kengepokeltem Schinken, einen DMNA-Gehalt von l.' ppb zubrundelegt, wcrden damit bel einer Verze7irmenF: von 100 g 0,17 Mikrogramm DMNA aufgcnommen. Verglcidisweise werden Im Rauch einer Zisnc ctte ct%% 0,08 biikrrigra:nm aufbenommen. ; i 1
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_ --- t , + . .. ~a ; ; 50254 8001 - . - -- - •" _: Pediat. Res. 6: 8G8-8)i (1972) . ! ~- 4 l ". 'Hatr `'-tnerCk `^ . _ y menn ~ L~•pogeu'sia zinc . a ' , tri i ' ~ u t on » v xa ,, Low Levels of _inc in Hair, ' ~G_ Anorex. ia, Poor Growth, : and Hypogeusia in Children • ~li~fL+oq~j~tl~~l, CARGLYY IIA\/BIDGE, h'fARGARET,AI:oas, AND J. DAND BAt1M •- Drpartmrm of Pcdiatrits. Unircnity or Colorado 1.ledical centn, Dcn.vr, Co.lorado, US/t • in each of these children and Icvcls of zinc in hair increased. Concentrations of zinc in hair were determined for 338 apparently normal subjects li%ing in Denver with ages ranging from 0-40 years. Mean concentrations of zinc in hair were: neonates (25) 174 3: 8(I sest); 3 months-4 years (93) 88 t 5; 4-17 years (132) 153 t 5, and 17-10 years (88) 180 f 4. Ten children more than 4 yeatY or age had levels of zinc in hair of less than 70 ppm. Sn•en of these ten children had a history of poor appetite and cirht had heights on or below the 10th pcrcentile/the high incidence of low growth pcrccntilcs was not csplicable on a familial basis.Vl•'a;t S .~cuit,X%%-as tested in six of these children, and five had evidence of objective hypooeusia. After suppkmenting the diet with small quantities of zinc, taste acuity was normalized Sprcula~ioa • The correlation bet.veen low levels of zinc in hair, anorexia, and low growth pcr- eentiles in these children indicates that poor appetite and growth, in addition to the 3 0 0 nIq~l eu. c m33 ha C•e be¢ t at~utable to zinc deficiency. The low mean concen- t,rat~~o of ainc i hi ~ of lnfanli .ind children under 4 years of age indicates that =:I stores of zinc in the body may be low in this age group. i 1 1
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------~---_.:o- i ~ ` 50254 8010 Li[e Sciences, Vol. 21, pp.1637-1644 Ter~amop Press trinted in the il.S.A. VI Re -79 [FFECT or OZO!!C AND NITRACCN DIO?:I[)E 0!1 TIIC. ACGLUTINA'f ION S.Pr OP RAT M.V!UT AR ?fACIU1P11ACCJ IIY CUNCA;IAVAa.l11 A Bernard D. Coldstein,~~ Cary 1r. falk and Marie A. Amoruso Departments of T.nvironmental Medicine and Medicine ~ New York University Medical Center, New York, Rew York 10016 (Received In final form October 21, 1977) ~ Swmwry In vitro exposure of rat alveolar macrophages to 0.5 ppm ozone for 60 si~ n~ utes results in a 76% decrease in agglutination by con- canavalin A. A decrease in the al;l;lutinat,ility of rat alveolar aacropliages by concanavnlin A was also obscrvcd followinb int:rrla- tion of 0.5 or 1.0 ppm ozonc for two hours. In contradistinction, ~ in vitro exposure of rat alveolar nwcrophaSes to 2.4 ppm nitrogen ox e for 60 minutes produced a 64: increase in agglutination by concanavalin Al and Increased agglutinability was also nuted following inhalation of 12.1 ppur nitrogen dioxide for t.:o huurs. Agglutination was almost completely inhibited by alpha-mcthyl- eannose. heithcr pollutant sil;nificantly altered the binding of SIe-concanavalin A to rat alveolar uwicrol+lraE;es. These two air pollutants, both of which are known to potentiate respiratory tract fp:ec>)ion~ ayQearlto affect the response of the alvcul:rr tJ wac~op}>age~laemblr6ne~[o F•ncanavalin A in a dissimilar f.rshion.
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N, . ~ ~ ~;. -_..5025a 8008 i TM _ , . . . . . .. •: DOWNOGLOBULII3S 1 I . 76•11 Jia : Amer. Sci. 64(2)Mai./Apr. 1976 3R6w~':"Ra-mmbfter-ow- Allergy and the Immune System . New knowledge of the structure and biologic function of immunoglohulin E (IgE) has brought the . study of allergy into the scientific mainstream nnd triay lead to a new therapeutic approach to the treatment of allergic diseases Tts.jsy=n~tem in man is com- human. JqE is the quantitatively. Until that classicaJ experiment, posed' of cooperating cellular and _ smailest mem er of the group: there what we now call the allet~ic rec- htmtoral compor.ents. Ea~`c~ s ron- is, for example, 1/t00,C0(ith the =;nyor atopy, was thought to be an eeiaed•with protecting the integrity amount of hE in the serum as there altered stste of reactivitv, but the and safety of :.he body from invas• is IgG. Although its representation observation of Prausnitz and !{;ist- Jvw organisms, and each plays its may be small. it is potent. One ner (now known as the P-K reac- roJe in its own specialized way. For nanoYram 110'1 eram), or less than tion) made it clear that there was e=ample, the cellular ir~mune,sys- I/10,UOO,000.000th of an ounce, of something in the blood that had tezn is primarily' ncernec3 w IgE can be responsible for a lethal, been transferred, and this some- Xvssion ruxes,,,~ard foreign • whole-body, allergic reaction. Tbe, tliine was termad ..-i.. 't••• ~_ _._~,.: _~ . . . . . .. _ .. . ,. . -. ,.._ .~, -1 o3 a. o t1 n 42 0 1 0 . • /
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50254. 7993 80 VI Ha TOBACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/TCBACCO--ESSENCES & ESSENTIAL OILS/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 VI Ha AROMA AND TASTE OF LEAF TOBACCO AND NEUTRAL CONSTITUENTS IN THE ESSENTIAL OIL trans/o1.Okayama Tabako Shikenjo Hokoku 39 43-9 (1978) (in Japanese'w/English oupa"y - f-..•..buM wv.! ~..pwnn .( t7 .nSlu I.t.an. u..l.. .6u\ .n W"fN w u.aw14. .e.rar..an.e aN .n..~.IKra1 by v.wr1 twl .In aba)/r" !1 I.abn.NNrapli1 ~ . . atl IN .1... tqdlus %'cOt C1rt M.. \f V pY11tN\t. ..r. .fruW n.apr ~..ul...n 4 NI IM wplw. IYt , _. uo nln..f tM w..w...n u.W ...14e •.n .e.eed aa a aa rla/Nt. •at.. .1 It. ~ ~.. a. ~Np ul W ~l ~..r~'.~l. ..n e.wrnd. t~. .alw .I ...Nr ~. e~• r.asMfrr.t ..1as. g.wp .r 4u 1W L'Y .t tN III~Y.1 4e:~1I . . .a1M. (I.t~]) ', N\ 1he n1s1// :4 ' aM.1.tMan In• IN 43 .fe, ft/Oe.... 1b1 •.Iee a ualllf la 14 .rMhC./ieWt LIIaL.. . Inop .....1f ;:~ .f ta. 4Ab.q W... W u. ..1Y..1 u..l- u u. ...ran.e ubaco . ~m. a.r3w( f_`~ .f Oat. (I1..e) f.-s tM woa-IUta .aa..) IN Yaan N...d a..rdw ~ . sfn.et 1. tN n..h. .t vwrl tr1. 11... 14 b.fU/Y0U ..n r.usuwf to a1 .y.d.af o. Y... Ye tYtY tr t..Kn Nlty. /audn :e p.a>t.. Pra Wa7. IM boa..a u. a': t!t ...oln. 1.w.. Lr.r acull.q t. ~ Ita p.rs....f 0.41,17 ./ ep. .4:Hw. (f.8.f) ~ f SM n.pt.t' M.a. -i.r.a 1. 4:.. 1r.1:y p.a a,aW.. W..N Y.wf M. 1 nbtrY u IM .n.a W Ira H th...r~u.. !IV;7.U_. .. ._.~._~.-. .. ....., _ -I . 4 o3 no0 0 0 2 0 0 5-- . L 1 .~......t.Z~ - T
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1 - ,$02 5 4_eo17 ~ 81 X De~ SMOKING HABITS--NEW ZEALAND/TOBACCO--ALCOHOL RELATIONSftPP/ ~ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 X Del n v. Otago Med. Sch., Dep. Prev. Soc. Med., Dunedin, N. Z.) SMOKING IN MILTON: FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SMOKING IN AN ADULT COMMUNITY. Community Health Studies 5, No. 2, 155-64 (1981) (Eng) f. The factors associated with smoking in 80 per cent of an entire adult New Zealand community have been studied on two occasions exactly three years apart and compared with other studies. The smoking habits of a population are dynamic and there is today a very much higher proportion of young adult smokers, particularly women than there was 15 years ago and this proportion is increasing.... (WIL 218 DOC 7) 1982, # 1, W51 Ta(b) (tp) 12 0 3 fI o(l 0 0 2 0 2 9
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t 11 ~ ". Microfiha : ~183 ;,.5025a ._dCl`9~ i JcrwC. D_-: ry 5ci. 26 (Ii:,. 2) 83-168 (1r=~3) U 3 n Q i1 ~ t`i 2 0 3 r
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,.5025y 8024 ) `----.. . - . . Ref 0 '123 Hs 01 STE+,qd6 ELE r~TY COQp'F7CYENTS ~~L~LYTES IN AQIlE0I75 SaCUY'.1pN$ FRQM3 0 TO 2.00 C . ' n y ~' 7 t ~' w ..,, f. ~ . TM+~rv.-.v. ., 0 3 n 0 n Qa 2 tl 3 0
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YuUrsst, Uluda Lea f,2~ Ci0L4ABDI:IOY REAC?'IL~~tS, The Fazms~ticm of asree- aud Tc.vr-Mcmtcrad Heterocycles, b, Liz1da Lea t4ul.ler, and Jan F.sm.r i l~oT 362 Ptieeq Issxs~ ccia;.7ca Fubliabsrs Hacr Ycr:: O o~~on0 0. 2 0 3. s
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50254 e026 I . : 01fl19-- ?'ha technology and chemistry of alkaloils. Ne« Ycrk, 'VanNostrand, 19 1 50. stll, Si8 p. dfagra. 23 cm. Inclndcz blblfcgro~hlea. 1 1. Alk9la.ds. 2. Chewistry, Medical and pharmaceutlcal. r. Tftle. RS42LII3 ~ 615.336 ~0-Q31~ Library of Cor.gre5s 12% 03 n
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1 .,,50zsa 8021 ~ SNUFF/CIG S/PIPE SMOKING/TOBACCO--POETRY/TOBACCO-,SMOY.ING--FAVORABLF. LITERATURE/ TOBACCO- VERTISING/TOBACCO--}}ISTORY--ENGLAND/ TOBACCO--MEDICINAL USES/ REF meX '°' .' a TS HE tOKER' S TEXTBOOK :(A COLLECTION ~ OF 14 PAMPHLETS in A CO'~L~tON BINDER) 2240 (1889, Liverpocl, Publishe~d at the Office of "Copes Tobacco Plant") Ha COPE'S SMOKE ROOM BOOKLETS: 1890 No. 1 THE ~MOKER's TEXTBOOK , Liverpool, 1890 No. 2 THE•~SMqT(ER'S GARLAND, PART I, Liverpool, 1890 No. 3 James4homson: Selections from his contributions to Cope's Tobac Plant ~ No. 4 Charles amb: ~INPEI7iLS •Liverpool 1890 No. 5 Thom~ arlyle: 'ABLE TALY,, Liverpool, 1R90 No. 6 T}d'EVSMOKERS GAFLA"?D, PART II, J.iverpool, 1889 NO. 7~BER: ALL ABOUT IT bv J. G.~iaddow, Liverpool, 1892 0 No. 8 rCoE.'S MIXTURE SET.ECTED FROM HIS TOBACCO PLANT, Liverpool, 1893 No. 9 vPIPES & MEERSCHAUM, PART III , AMERICAN PIPESwPart.I, 1895, Liverpool No.11 THE'SMOKER'S GARLAND, PART III No.12 PIPES &ERSCHAUM, PART II PIP. : ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN, Liverpool, 1896 No.13 John skin: N HIMSELF & THINGS IN GENERAT,, Liverpool, 1893 ~ho•'" §yE s~h ti'dn,~~LiIrpoalEI1893ND A DAY IN A TOBACCO FACTORY
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/ l I ,Y; ~Q25a.P01_8.~..~ T 215 „ ~ e MWAL FOR THE Hr1HDT.It1C OF AP:'LICATIONS FOR PATENTS, DESIGNS ANIJ TFADE MAF.i:S .Tfi~OJCItOU: THE 6i0RLD. 1936 ' Varfcuslq pzted nCi:Zoo:burrau Las En Stigtcr, Anaf Ardan, HOtlond ~3 n 0 ct 0 0 2 0 3 0
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8012 ~ ' Teratology 7 (rb,3) A28 (19 Y3) : .50254 . XX PieE3-73 DA?fAGF. TO THE PITI3ITARY-GO.dADAL A,tIS INDUCED BY FETAL EXPOSliRJs S. P. TO TA:QOSODItM GLUTA:dA1'E (IiSG). ' nd L.X. I Zitters were kept together to permit I 7`£P£ftt~A2t, L., brother-sister nating. Withi. 120 days, 111 ~~~, aronx High School of Sci?cce, 4. price obtained from controls had reated Nev York,N.Y.,Dept. of Bioloyy,City College of t:ew York, and Dept. of Endo- # ~d in turn given birth in _o~c cases ~ t ~~te than 2 litters Only 3 F2 gen- . ` crinology,Vargas Hcapital,Venezuela. : ..~,_ :t erations were obtained from the 20 mice 'A°91'sv "' "" 1: that were exposed to mono=odi•ia nluta- ir.duced by fetal exposure to ::onosodiun s<ate. Hematoxylin aad eosin stained ' glutar7a,e a.SG sections of adult ovaries shcwed cons i- Xdministration of PSG to neonatal derable reduction in number of ovarian mice has been reported to result in fc- follicles in experir.ental aninals co n- -. laale aterility(Olney,Sc.1969). In pared with those of controls. Histolog- this study, 20 mice were injected with ieal sections of adult pituitaries s I w1 of 2oNmonosodit.^a glutar.ate dis- from l;SG treated nice during their fe- solved in 0.9% NaC1 during day 7 and at ; tal life indicated that the latter may , gestational age Controls were given be losing the normal nu>rber of baso- th id ntical schedule of injection of hili 11 e c c S p i e e s. ( upported by G:ant eqvivalent emounts of saline solution. ;$TO1HD00116-06,-01,Natl.Inst.Child Health & Human Development awarded to Dr Nax Hambur h •,.±.,..-.... 9-" r -y
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8020 QD 400 We tii!•..'.iZti3 hYES AM P~"LA;i:D CafFOUIIDs (Tt:3 Cr,em:.Rtry of Hotcror:ycttc Coxpouacls, A ~.zrf-ea c:f ;4ottoRra?ha V. 18) ? f w4 730 Fv;;vi T_nta.acie:.-ce (Wi'cp) Nza York c~ ~.._ _ ~ . ,_ -. r..-.~- ~ .. ... -.._...-...-..~.,_ ... O~~Qnt~t~~p~2
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y ` ri 50254 _ 8037, ` ~ ---. - , • - / ,, ' '~ •tTOBACCO--HISTOP.Y/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/PIPE SMOKIt.G/CIGARS/ J 14~ , REF ,. 2240 ., a ar~; ~,~ Ha ;: 1927 ~G. 0 3 n 0 n14 02 0 4 9• r
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1 ,. . . . . ~ for Ch~ldren Smoothed percentile distributions of body size (weight, iength ~ Birth-18 Years stature, and head circumference) attained at specific chronolog ages from birth to 18 years and body weight for length are pr United States sented and discussed. Height and weight data for adults 18-24 yea are also presented in the tables. l 1 (VITAL & HF.ALTH STATISTICS, SERIES 11, DATA FRO*f THE NATIANAT. HF.AT.T1I SURVEY: (DHEW PURLICATION: (PHS) 7$-165f1) ' WMU448dtb*&/&M/CHILnREN--G?tOtid1BH/GR(1I4'fH (CH-IT.TIRE'.J) / ' j 75 I Un1S-78 HC[iS Growth Curves ~ U.S. DG-FArR~'1'~JfE t-F;=E9HeAft9~t4~ARE • Public Health Service / DHEW Publication No. (PHS) 78-1650 National Center for Health Statistics Hyattsville, Md. November 1977 J . . ._ . o a n o n oo~ Q 4 ~l/.~
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I\ \ ! i i Natiostal Cciitcr for Atsuospbcric Itcsatrcb, Bouldc.r, Cohrsao .;• Ivy htjSrn 4) QL• 4 ~i.r A~~" RrsrsrrL Crutcr• ij(qG~i: 17t1d, Gllfjor~l National Acronauucs and Space Aoministration Scientific and Technical. Intormation Otsice 1979 R 6 DAssochttcc, Arrisst dcl Rey, Grliforuia d.l/ ~Oq r Aisrs .cscarcb Ccu+ r. .Itnffett ricld, Califoraia eo 3 C. S. l:i:in~ Q •a , . . II MeAi 80 S.P. . 0. B. Tcxan i 1 4 NASA Tcchnical Paper 1.363 `Sq25q'8030 ~ The NASA-Ames Research Center Stratos~.z h eric .'Aerosol Model 11. Scnsitivity Studies and Comparison With Observations Amrs ResearcL Crrrter, .1io,(f'rtt Fic1J. GGjorui.i R. P. Turco
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50254.8025 ~ . E RA 576 Un 1979 vf , WATER--ANALYSIS/P(1LYNUCLEAR ORCA.*lIC WITIER/CASES--AWI.YSIS/OILS--ANA/.YSIS/ A11t--ANALYSIS/AIR--POLLUTION--A!:ALYSIS/: ' " "": -• •, HETALS--ANALYSIS/ ENERCY CONVERSION PROCGSSES/ENVIROY'r(EVTAL M0:IITORINC/AEROSOLS/ CllE:-tISTRY,ANALYTIC-•_-ORCA:IIC_/CIIEaISTr,V, I%ORCA.N:IC--ANALYSIS: / 1. RarORT NO. ' 7. ~ - . RlCIII FR`/7uN~~ EPA-t100/7-78-029a ,.T,T.. AND{v.TITL. Emissions Asaessment of Conventional a• Ra1ORT OAT. Stationary Combustion Systems: Methods and Proce- '"" dures Manual for Sampling and Analysis IIRIORMINO OROANI=AT/ON CODa LAYTM R{,.Z.,1yyY '~RlIlIG/C7Y1 D. G. Ackerman, M. M.Ya- IaRIORMINO OROANI2ATION Ra1ORT NO. sm nd ~}C~~Zee,~. Unc,K.T.1~9cGre ~o~r,J.F.CIau- rr±ft iiro, and E L"Moon a.IaRIOi1MIN0 OROANIZATION NAMa AND ADORaaJ 1. R RAM rLM . TRW Systoms Group EHB525 One Space Park • Redondo Beach, California 90278 68-02-2197 12.aPON{O1tINOAOaNCTNAM[ANOADORtaa TVI O ~ RT I RIOOCOV/R{D 67~~' f~97~ V~af Office of Research and Development EPA ~ , Industrial Environmental Researt h Laboratory 14. {.ON.ORINO AoaNCT COOt Research Triangle Par k, NC 27711 EPA/600/13 ,...vr.LaMeNTARY NDTa.IERL-RTP project officer is Ronald A. Venozia, NID-62, 919 541- 2.547. The manual describes a detailed and integrated set of sampling and analy- tical procedures for conventtonal combustion sources which are compatible with th3 intormation requirements of a comprehensive Level 1 environmental assossment. The,purpose of the data to be generated by these tests is to ultimately provide emis- 0 3 00 n 0 0 2 0 3 7
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0 I N•~ ~s f 9- 717 pr' / v A One-Dimensional Model Describing Aerosol Formation and Evoltltion in the III Dy2-79 Stratosphere : I. Physical Processes and Mathematical Analogs S.P. ' R. P. Tbaco R b' D Attociakr, .ltarina Dcl Rey, CaliJornia 90291 ~ 0. B. Toox AND R. C. WairrEZ,v , Aaus Reaearcti Center, NASA, bfqffesl Field, California 940JS C. S. IGaxc' Naliaral Center jor Atauorpluric Rttearclts Boulder, Colorado 8003 (Manuscript received 1511fay 1978, in final form 8 December 1978) ABSTRACT We have developed a time-dependent one-dimensional model of the stratospheric sulfate aerosol layer. In constructing the model, we have incorporated a wide range of basic ph)-6ical and cheniical processes in order to avoid predetermining or biasing the model predictioas. The simulation, which extcnd; from the #urface to an altitude of SS km, indudes the troposphere as a source of gases and condensation nuc!ei • and as a sink for aerosol droplets; however, tropospheric aerosol physics and chemistry are not fully analyzed in the present model. The size distribution of aerosol particles is resolved into 25 discrete size categories covering a range of particle radii from 0.01-2.56 µm with particle volume doubling between categories. In the model, sulfur gases reaching the stratosphere are oxidized by a series of photochemical reactions into sulfuric acid vapor. At certain heights this results in a supersaturated 1f=SO,-11:0 ga.t rturc t~, ~ M Y wi the consequ)nt le~rositian o7_ ;lqueous sulfuric acid solution on the surfaces of condcnc.~tinn U
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.50254 8028 TOHACCO--ANALYTICAL METHOijS/TOBACCO--AT.KALOIDS--DETERttINATION/ 76 VI Mc-78 _ . . .. _ _ ... . . . h4o;41 R?it CLASS NO. PAr!PHLET 76 VI Mc-78 McClure, W. F.; Weeks, W. W. (N. C. tate Univ., Raleigh, N. C., U.S.) RAPID PECT}:OPHOTO~tETRIC ANALYSIS OF THE CHEMICAL C0`iPOSITION OF TOBACCO. PART II. TOTAL AL}:AOIDS. Beitrage Tabakforsch., confidential manuscript submitted for publication. 21 p. (1978) (in English) *Keywords:* alkaloids, total, cured, constituent. ;A conpact, porteble pressure-drop instru::tnt that incorporates coEern clectronic pressure-drop c+easurins techniSues has been designed and built. It includes i built-in lcrinar-flo:: calibration standard. The new design offers virtual independence from external ca2illary standzrds (and the zssociatcd problcms of maintaining c:.?illary eletnli:iess),fast digital readout. potential for autopatic data processing, and a si_ple 0:3 rl 4 n t~ A 2 0 4 0 11
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1 • JOURNAL OF APP IF.D METEOROLOGY 5025q 8033 j9~Q , . VOLUME I9 / / ` ' ./ ~ Stratospheric Aerosol Modification by Supersonic Transport and III Du _80 Space Shuttle Operations-Climate Implications -}--• , S.P, 2 ~L . TuRco R P , . R dc D. Associates, Marina del Rey. CA 90291 O. B. TOON, J. B. POLLACK, R. C. WHITTEN AND I. G. POPPOFF - Ames Research Cenrer, NASA, Mo,Q'ea field, CA 94035 Systems and Applied Sciences Corporation. Hampron, VA 23666 (Manuscript received 10 April 1979, in final form 28 September 1979) ABSTRACT We have estimated the potential effects on stratospheric aerosols of supersonic transport emissions of sulfur dioxide gas and submicron soot granules, and space shuttle rocket emissions of aluminum oxide particulates. Recentl,v, exhaust particles from large aircraft and rocket engines have been characterized experimentally, and we have adopted new da.a where appropriate. We use an interactive particle-gas model of the stratospheric aerosol layer to calculate changes due to exhaust emissions. We also employ an accurate radiation transport model to compute the effect of aerosol changes on the earth-s average surface temperature. Our major conclusions are as follows. The release of large numbers of small par- ticks (soot or aluminum oxide) into the stratosphere should not lead to a corresponding significant in- erease in the concentration of large, optically active aerosols. On the contrary, the increase in large anic s is seve limiSed by thet~tal,tnass of sulfate available to make large particles in siru. and by ~~e id la~>i of~all lSed ~rticlElk vialoagulation. We bnd that a Oeet of several hundred advanced supersonic aircraft operating daily at 20 km. or the launch of one space shuttle rocket per week, could produce roughlY a 20 r increase in the Iarrne-nartiel.• rnnr.nrr.rCt.n nr.1.....-.. ... ~.-- W- 4- +:_ _.u .__
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i A One-Dimensional Model Describing Aerosol Formation and Evolution in the Stratosphere : II. Sensitivity Studies and Comparison with Observations 718- 7~~o JOURNAL OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES Vot.vus3_6 III Du2- 79 S.P. . OwEN B. TooN Space Science Division, NASA-Ar+us Research CeNtss, XejslJ Field, Ca7iJon.ia WJS J R. P. Tusco . R & D Associatsr, Marine Del Rey, CaliJoruia 90201 Sjaca Science Division, NASA-Aaiu Research Center, NojeN Field, Calijontia 9035 C. S. Kuxc' Nationai Cenkr jor Atmospheric Rueareb! Boulder, Colorodo 90303 R. C. WHITTEN Spau Science Dieision, NASA-Ames Research Center, Noldt Fie1B, California W35 (Manuscript received 1S May 1978, in final form 8 December 1978) - ABSTRACT We have performed sensitivity tests on a one-dimensional physical-ehemial model of the unperturbed stratospheric aerosols and have compared model calculations with otiservations. The sensitivity tests and comparisons with observations suggest that coagulation controls the particle number mixing ratio, although the number of condensation nuclei at the tropopause and the diffusion eoet6eient at high altitudes are also © impQrtaqS Th~~lf~ maAandlfrgerti~ nuipter ( 0. 15 ssm) mixio6 ratios are controlled by growth, ...i`.-......~.~,....~5 ... .r.w . 1 t...a.. c_... .; -. .t_ . .... .. r
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1 1 \ r50254.8038 2 Ti) 3Rn Am 1978 .36g . ....---r WAT F. R--P O1.LTJT inM/ WATF.R--fVVAI.YSIS/WASTI°. TRF.ATMF.*7T/ MANUAL ON WATER (Fourth Edition) Sponsored by Committee D-19 on Water AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 442A ~~a~tEtB~ Dow Chemical Company ed~tor ~~ ` ' AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIAI '~ ~ ~ 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 v~c r 1 " ~- 0 3~ Y(1~-~--tl A 2 5 0
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Jour. Dairy Sci. 57(6)659-664(_1974) RESEARCH PAPEftS Large-Scale fractionotion of Whey Protein Concentra!es i 50254.7999 7Z II Re 1 75 E. FotasuM *~w">rFiiEiGt. and 1. H. SIDDIQI S.P. Department of Nutrition. University of Uppsais 8oi 551, S-75122 Uppcata 1. Sweden W ./ Abstract Lvge-sr.Je fractinn.rtinn of whcj• pro- tein camc.ntnitc" was performed Fn• pre- pmatory gel filtrrtir,n. A prototype of a stackal column, F:S -LiU, packed with S:phadc.r't C-:S and crluiLbr.,ted with .1 phosphate W;cr p11 6.3 was uti- lized. Both an ultrafiltrrrd and a gel- 6ltercd whey protein cnncentrate were fractionatcd into thrcc ditierent fract:ons. tJie protein composition of which was evaluated by ekrtrophort+is. amino acid arul)zes, and ' cacein estimatinnc. The nitrogen distribution between the dif- ferrnt frac•tinns a•ac al.n analszcd. B~• lar~e-scale gel fltrstion, •8-lartoglobulin of hiSh punt.' and pnlurationc rich in .rlactatbtvnin could be obtaintd in large quantities. net w•he v obte;„ed a~~no ha d eh.~sc a.u- I have been thuruu-,hly investigated (13). Now- evcr• in seeking new uxrs for cche,v proteins. it is of valuc to be alae to studv nutrititinal and functinnal properties of the scp:,rate whey proteins. Such studies. however, require that sufficient amounts of the proteins can be pre- pared. In tMs paper. Iarge-scak fractionation of a gcl-filtcred as well as an ultraf:ltered %M, by gel filtration on Sc-pha&•r~' C-75. is de- scribed. The protein aompmitior-c of the differ- ent fractions are also given while the nutritinn- ai values of the fractiors are n:Iwrted in a eom- pa'r'.i,pn paper (4). • Materials and Methods ' Gel-filtercd (CF) and Ultrafilternd (ttF) whey protein concentrates were obtaiiicd from Ujoh:a.•r:tralen, St,K7cholm• Ssvedcn. They were both rcpared fnmt ordinary sweet ren- , /ntrodudion fo~h•r..rt, 1 1 \
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! 1\ / } ,.50254.8044 BF 30 Ha 1980 -._. ~ MEMORY/ $EHA'YIORAI. SCIENCE/ PERSON MEMO Y: The Cognitive Basis o cial erception Mi LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1980 Hillsdale, New 1er.ey a Edited by REID HASTIE Harvard Univera/ty THOMAS M. OSTROM Ohio State Un/veraity EBBE B. EBBESEN Unlveraity of California, San Diego ROBERT S. WYER, JR. University of plinoia at Urbana-Champ n van ty o:Itlor~nii, "Santa Barbara DONAL E. CARLSTON University of lowa Ca'4az-~ 03 n 0 0 0 0 2 0 S 6
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• ( . sQaSa._ 7998 79 ii P,r-79 Enkephalin- and somatostatin-lil:e immunoreactivities in human d 1 d 11 d 1 chr moc toma Proc. Nntl. Acarl. Sri. ItSA leu o l n i p c u a a a rcna Il y vrd. 76. No. 8. pp. 4tn9-•t4M, August 1979 (opioid pcptidcs/somatostatin/catecholaminc-synthesizing cnzynscs/chromaffin tissues) Mrdical Scicnces • T JAN M. LUNDRERC•,CER!; MARIANNE SCHULTLIIFRC•, TOMAS IIOKI'ELT*, PER-OLA GRANI3ERCt, $UAD EFENDI(f, LARS TERENIUS§, MENEK GOLDSTEINI, AND ROLF LUrTf ~. aDepartment or ttistology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden; lkpartments of tSurgery and =Endocrinology, Karolinska tt.spital. Sb,cktalm. Sweden; ;Department ot Pharmacology, UFpsala University. Uptnala, Sweden; and SDeparlmcnt of PsycLiatry, New Yosk University Medical Center. New York, New York 10016 Contributed by Rol/ Luft, April 19,1979 ABSTRACT By using the Coons indirect immunofluores- cence technique, enkephalin-like immunoreactivity with a granular localization was observed in human adrenal medullary f land cells and phcochroniocytomas. In two of the tumors and n a few adrenal gland cells, a somatostatin-like peptide could also be identif icd. Catccholamine cell types were visualized on adjacent sections with antisera to the synthesizing enzymes dopamine-ft-hydroxylase IllBII; dopamine )3-monooxygenase; 3,4-dihydroxyphenylethylarrtine,ascorbate:oxygen oxidore- ductase (0h}•drotylating), EC 1.14.17.11 and plienylethanola- rnine-lY-meth)-ltransferase (PNN1T; noradrenalin N-methyl- transferase; S-adenosyl-t: mcthionine:phen)-lethanolamine N-methyItransferase, EC 2.1.1.2S). In the normal adrenal me- dulla more D$li-lhan PNh1T-itnmunoreactive gland cells were observed. In the-adreaa-A phtochsomacytoma-bot#t-DBH--and PNik1T~p sitive ce{(s w~, e sc~t, vs rea~t,,t~hc j o e~ ra-~1 re tumors~onta~edl anlylDBI;JTit~ fitt8in~cor4~lat~1 w~ with plasma catecholamine measurements. Finally, enkephalin itnrnunoreactive fibers and somatostatin immunoreactive cells tinued at least 4 weeks before operation. The fourth adrenal gland was obtained from a patient with renal carcinoma and the fifth from the patient with a malignant pheoclirornocytoma (see below). All surgical patients were premedicated with meperidine. Neuroleptic anesthesia with fentanyl was used. No pathological changes were found in these adrenal glands on routine examination. All patients with pheochromocytoma were pretreated foc about 14 days with the a-receptor blocking drug phenoxy=J benzamine in increasing dosage. Catecholamines were determined in plasma before and during operation by using high-pressure liquid chromatography wtth eleCtroC73f:fPt'2.~11 d°ct°ca^t7vn (w). ` ~ The present study was approved by the Ethical Committee at the Karolinska Hospital. ; Immediately after extirpation, the glands were sliced (about 5 mm thick) and immersed for 4-72 hr in ice-cold 10 0(wt/vol)
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OBACCORl:Si'iRA1--•}tOF1 '(tFG~~F~_I ~~~ ~,j~~~IVE SUBSTANCES--TOXICOLOGY/ WORKMEN'S COMPENSATIOr:/ T 1,}'ifiF•. OCCLTPATYZ'i:~~W"ff5T:AS'FS%CAViILnt/CAVON MONOXIDE/SELF.NIUM/ HYDROCARBONS--TOXICOLOCY/ ' ~ DUSTS--ItdDL'STI;I.A.L AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS/ENVIR0NMF.NTAL HEALTli/ARO?tATIC HYDROCAR60y, TOXICOLOGY/LUtiGS--DISF.ASrS/DISEASES, OCCUPATIONAL/ARSENIC--TOLZCOLOGY/MYCOTOXINS/ PF.STICIDES--TO?CICOLOGY/CEIEr}ICALS--TOXICOLOGY/ IJETALS/PLASTICS--TOXICOLOGY/ ~~ ~ THIRD EDITION H a -~579 i i J.1~i l.../ ~JVTJ. \I1 ~~„s M) 1974 : TOXICOLOGY .--:J.. . . .~ ~ ~ N .• . N ( t-. ~Wit M.D. , . Late Assistant Professor Ernerita of Industrial Medicine, Harvard School of Public Heahh, Boston, Massachusetts Harriet L. Hardy, M.D., F.A.C.P. - •. .. ..~~ v C1inFcal Professor of Occvpational Medicine: Department of Preventime _ _ Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts PUBLISHING SCIENCES GROUP, INC. Adon, Massachusetts a subsidiary of CHC Coryoation ....•~.-t.
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.. . 50254 80091 VI Re9-78 Clinical Research 25(No. 3)416A (1977) E. ...... - S.P. ~ EFFECT OF AIR POLLUTANTS ON THE AGGLUTINATION OF ALVEOLAR MACRanHAGES BY CONCANAVALIN A. VtrrLtT fra AM IYrLLI•Tr :?5 rrr 1Hr. Aria.Ptrr4STlGN a• lt:.ra: t t+.l:l=r:lur.is hY Cf(:r1•!:11•Sl.lt: A. h.L •rilnlil:.L s.•. .r~. ~Li•vcla rf r•tnnw (0~)•nrr/ n(trof,•n diurid•• (::rt•.) ;•r•... r • !n ; •:1) r'r! urb:•nair lr.'hi'rtt 1un,+1•uctc/1••cl.ral t••:1latynn:p-t.•.r:wrn try lr:f.••rilnr.p in 1aLoral••r" r:A p•:tN:;.n ra•. 1+ ua. lunvq Lut r••u•..1 cur•re/vn!•1y tr r'ue Ir• nltrvtd alvv.at' .•,•r (l.i) ee11 Q'.•JIMr't f::n.alr •. t,• FTV•• t!•^ aLil::) tf !:r :tc!r.rd f:.a rats lnhnttng clr.+n elr, 03 ccr !:u7 f••r 2 h•,u:% tu t•o ri:(1ut1r...trJ t.y crncnrrwn/fn l. (C••a !•), a prr.•:-••tar raflrctl:,+ fc•.a:cn, 7t'o- thcal 1a•:af;c cO:n t.rw! lrnctJ••:.ut(•1 0.1 a b~ia•;:c-Cirrll :rn•!;anl' ylcid- !ng)9u:la s•:r/ctr w•rc t6rn Ir;rd•n;.•d fn u,1un, rr Crnr A. A Ocrrri:-c fn t:.:• C••u A 4,.•.luau.,tl••n of :x i.•... r.rt: crpo•ud to 0.5 r!'. or 1 .0 ipm (-S:':) o::ouc .a++c!.r,•r:oJ In ee':drn,t, 1.4 rbtafr,rd fr•.-% rr•s r:a;.n-'eG t•. 1L-:: ;;•-:.Jp r.'r•-d s lnerc•an- ht ri-n A ay~l;lutl:..lt•.n (1•(.uo), S1•,f)n: rr.rAte -r o:cetveJ • 1n tAt L1 t•rlh:?•rl fn vitro tC• Oy or tlf!7. 1Lr t•oi:: ;Jll•.aitn lLe eFf,luttnatL.n r.a a~1c•-ifir- f•:r Coa A n:.J t.:e n.: h..c tn a et•n.,;e 1n t.••e Iws••tr of C••m A bind/nr, alt.a rs l•y etuJira crtny r.cti.yt~,-1.- s,ann.•;•yra:•ncf+e rr.d A. A E:tr.n+o In th•! G•^ .1 r,:; ilne411(ty of 1ryp.^•In/:cJ re! c•als o`r;alncd fron tbt hlc•oJ of rcts •.,u^rJ to 1.0 ppti Osoae for ttiu t^.•:rra uns elar sr.tc'. r•••crcajre In C,•r A a~:;lctfc,i•111ty of thr•. 1rJ e•:11s of rnte rf.rnr;t.:.lly lnjectrl.vhh 11:•rr}::r;,rr,lec or ln.:uLacd•wtti: tai.cr.a?•:;:,dc t.:C:+t thrt ti•a Oy cC::•t r,y b• r.ue to tcc.:•tnn. 14•IJ fererld~iic:r. 7'.: 1•t.._.nt ntv:it~ tl::t b,t`t QJ tn1 A0, efir.;t A•1 ecll r••.1•rra.• tr:•ca^e tn C•.n I•. ._• in ri, r•tte ir :SY rc•/ ~. rre tl:e r. t in O•n A r i: iun t f RY o"tafr,o3 ftc-+ 1•ealthy r•s-k^.ts (Lifc Scf. )6:i1i7, li7t•)• 0:#nnnnn;t02 1
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1 ` f S~2sq 9045 4 FOOD--COMPOSITION/ FOOD-.-NUTRITION/DIET IN DISEASE/ QP ~pn n.~',.riti,.~,,,: VITAMINS/PROTEINS/LIPIDS/ ~~ j ~ , .® 141 1979, Concepts am@.fi Controverses fi Eva_May.-kuMqtley=HprY1_ilt6IfiA ~ Eleanor Noss 1Nhitney '~ West Publishing Company, St. Paul, New Ygrk, Los Angeles, San Francisco r 03n~nc~~.~S7
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Entoma; K directory of ins,.~.^t pe,-tt mntrai listing inst+cticid• : man,:fc:cturersI it,-Mc;ticUes, cie.tniccls uced in insecticide; Iasacticic;a ir.ac,hinrry, e:itomological supplies and equipment ~io?~,ric?2 t^.ding 1lboraturies, consult:ng entomologiits o-, ch°wistt, insect pest control companies, etc. ... iPlainfield N. J.l Fastern branch of the Americarn assor.iation of eco• no:ni .: entomologist.s,1SE5= - -7; ; / rY. IltLN. i ZgJ cID. ~ . IneSudes a4sertiatog matter. S.dttorr 3il<i.`,- 0, C. ThemQton. ~ 1. Ino ttlcSd:a- DSrect. 1. I;amtlton, Clyde Carney,lM-• ed ir. An.ertean aseociatenn of e.ronamlc eatomoloylsta. Eoaterr, brnccA ~/ SII95i.F.55 C-) 632.95105 86--1C6t:11 ' F.Sbrary of Congrese t5:b;l ,..,,. -...- 0 3 G O t1 a 0~ 0~~ ?
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I IIND '~'~ST~D if'i~~R A V`AAI~:~' G~' ~'nj~`IfiI'il' I'3A~~'YC~, by C. 'E. 23ort-ier, J. L. Iiamilton, A. ?S. I;a11a ce. „ 0 son n n a2o63
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! . \ . .. ., y, ~.,,.. ~ . .. -50254 8016 -l=ti-: Y t.i'ri. .'aYi..-f+My^KAYsS X'~~Cfi3CLY~M~Rl4L~01ORlQ; '.^Y'^T.:.•3sw-.4r:,yjseI .a?.-. {.e..`i ;1'.•1:'%'r ~ :- ..-:'b..,.-.-a- - , .v.-' ~ ~:.. : . - ..-.-. ... _ . - .. . . .. . .. . _ l 80 I I Ey-81 S.P. E roence halo h and Clinical Neuro h siolo _ sevier ort- o and cientific Publishere, Ltd. __- y EVALUATION OF A SYNTACTIC PA~TERN RECOGNITION APPROACH TO QUANTITATIVE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS ~ J-R. BOURNE, V. JAGANNATHAN,01IMSt, B.H. JANSEN, J.W. WARD, J.R. HUGHES 2 and C.W. ERWIN 3 School of EngineerinsandSehoolojMedieine, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. 37235 (US.A.) . (Accepted for publication: February 24, 1981) Syntactic pattern recognition techniques are used for analysis of a wide variety of scientific problems, Including such diverse areas as chromosome analysis and crop evalu- ation (Fu 1974; Gonzalez and Thomason 1978). The major advantage of syntactic.pat= p tetg re~~ogrktiorl,is it's ability~ to .orgayrjize~ a~nd eva~ua st4~ct~e i14 af4ttern oV wat+e fb+m. Although the electroencephalogram (EEG) . EEG scoring, we employed a discriminant analysis-based method (Bowling and Bourne 1978; Bourne et al. 1980c). The results of applying this method and the syntactic approach to the same set of EEGs are com- pared. The accuracy of the two computer- lbased approaches is assessed by comparison of the final computer evaluations of each EEG to visual scoring of each paper record.
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i 1 I f --: ,i ; 73 II Re-73 i .S.P. . 50Z5a 8039 ) : " ; ~ ® jarnwf r• f lts,~'~L 1'rl- 99. Pt 1. S•~tE:~1973, pA. 65-6R. Recavc~27 r\'oc•enrh.rr 1972; rtvision rtuived 15 FrAruary 1973 Scanninb electron microscopy of transfer cells: a new mctliod for preparation of plant tissues by T. C. CttAMBERS and , Botany School, Univcr- sity of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, 3052, Australia SUMMARY The xylem transfer cells of the wheat node have been examined in the scanning electron microscope following a preparative procedure of partial embedding in epoxy resin sufficient to prevent delicate structures froua collapse during t polymerization and scanning electro,n microscopy examination. INTRODUCTION The regular occurrence of transfer cells in both the vegetative and spikelet nodes of wheat has been reported by O'Brien & Zce (1971) and Zee & O'Brien (1971) from work based on light and transmission electron microscopy. There are several reports in the l:teraturc of attempts to study transfer cells by scanning electron microscopy. Eriarty (1971) has examined the transfer cells in TriJoliunm root nodules after enzyme digestion and freeze drying, and Idle (1971), using a method of polyethylene glycol substitution, has published a picture of transfer cells in the pctiole of Rubus. J ' . r 1 V 3 •J 0•.l 0 0 ~ 0 5 _....._ ...;
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N 50254 8056~ Low- , R. It. ri1'Ii) Zi't;::'0I2 Fii:t i.'i4RNYTk:Tx0:3 OF N1IMATi: I?t FLFtrT AiiP SOIL kkM.RACf6, by R. A. Lowa 6nd J. L. i:=iltaA. I Tobscco Ct:emists' RYgearch Conterence, 20th, papcr, Winstou-S81eM, N. Co. 17 pp. (t:overlber 1966) 1 . 0 2 0 6.8
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1 -.1 ~,...5025.4. 8.044 . _• J DI SSER T t.1'TOr'S--•'JNIV:.~ fZSITY Or KENTUCKY/ TOIiACCO---BUKLEY--CI3RING/TOBACCO--CUR ING--CMiiCAL CtiANf;F/TOBACCO--PPCTELb'S/ TOBACCO---Eid['.ll1E ACTI'VIl'Y/TOBACCO--AHINO ACIllS/TOI'iACCO--MIONIA/ TOBACCO--ACYDS/TOBACCO--NITRATES/ TOL'ACCC--lIALIC ACID/ TS RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Ha. 1974 2240 Ha (Uaiv,. Ky., Lexington, Ky.j U. S.) 1974 CHANGES DURI:JG CURING OF BURLEY TOBACCO. Univ. Ky., Fh. D. Thesis, Lexington, Ky. 89 p. (1971+) (in English) -*Keywords:* malic acid, cured, constituent; citric acid, cured, constituent; ~ enzymes, hydrolytic, cured, constituent; amino acids, cured, constituent. 0 3 t~ o n(~ 0 2 0 5 8
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! . . I , VI Re -81 S.PP9 .,. . ` _._. ... . . . .. , I REPORT NOMy~~ 2. FPA-60014-81-n24 ~ ~.t.11TLEANDSVBIITLE ~ 50254.8029 EVALUATION OF f40LECULAR SIEVES FOR SAMPLING NOX EMISSIONS AT ELECTRIC UTILITY PLANTS 7. AUTqOPl51 3. iERiORMING ORGANI2AfION NAME AND ADDRESS Southwest Research Institute P.O. Drawer 28510 6220 Culebra Road San Antonios TX 78284 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRkSS Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory 0ffice of Research and Development U.S. Environmental Protection Ayency ; Research Triangle Park. NC 27711 • 16. SuvllE/ALNTARr NOTES oI, ^'•1ENT•S ACCLSSicw a0. PB91 1~ ~_8 ~~_ I S• REPGRT DATE April 1981 16. PERfCRE•ING OPGANiZAT~Q• '. IB. PERiORMING ORGAVISATIC• - 10. iRU3RAM ELEMEAT NO 11• JY RA 'ORANT \O• - ~8 =02= 2489_ 13. VriE OF REPORT AVDiEA:OC Final _ 14. SPr)NSORINi, AGENCY CODE FPA-601/OR l_ To be published as an_ORD Project i:eport. 0 3 e4. fic(if nL,NOIGcolec*on4 , A field study was conducted to evaluate the use of molecular sieves for collection of•N0 (NO + NO ) emissions from utility boilers. It was found that NO could bg collecteg efficiently ( 99`:) at sample flow rates of 1 L/r•.° over 20X to 40-min sampling periods at the 110 levels encountered in modern utility boilers. The removal of the stack gat roisture by use of an impinger train or condenser•ahead of the sample train was shown to be necessary for
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r ,,50254< eoa9 ~ ~ RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 78 XI Adl-79 s.p. .78 XI Adl-79 ` ; S.P. *(no affil.)* - : THE DEMAND rOR CIGARETTES: ADVERTISING, THE HEALTH SCARE, AND THE r. '* * - nects the ci~~arette industry from the Fairness t Note_datc____.-_ ~ .~ : Rev. Econ. Stat. 54, 401-411 (1572)(in English) , CIGARETTE ADVERTISING BAN. 1 Reducing smoking as a public health hazard arette advertis- oal of ihe ci lied ~~• as th im Doctrine, which offered government the most effective and least fiscally expensive channel for promulgating health warnings and reducing smoking. Any future policy action must be either less effective or more expensive. Policvmakers must evaluate policy models carefullv. Action based on wishful thinking seldom is as effective as that based on carefully specified models accurately depicting the forces fl h 1' b d s i p g e '-ing ban. Stronger antismoking health warn- ings, t ings, while proposed continually, ~cere con- sidered sidered second-best to an advertising ban. ~ Cigarctte demand functions cstimated in this ,paper indicate the established order of priori- ties was opposite to the order of relative effec- tiveness. Actions that intensified the health scare would have been a more effective policy ~ ~ i ~n uencung e po ~cy o t Jectives and the con- ; nections between forces and proposed policy ac:ions'. i - ~-----__ _ -- ----^, _ ~~_ -~ .... .. _.. ... ..,~ ........ti ,., ----..~.. _ ... .. than banninj advertisinp,. The ban discon- Q 3 n n n•n n a 6 ~
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G?Gti1!J kITH TH8 SA'y I;?,t'EL C:F FE"''li,~' (Cvsr) HCt~31S7S` RC~pRCH CONti FR%NCt. :~. T08ACCU C {: ~958. ~ ; , 29:- ::= OcLebe~ 23r24 ' . N. G = Duke UnLve6eity, rar}'.ars ' I:'nl,de,r r:n~a i;ts ~nte a ef ~~":3 •. f 4>"r, Pap'1'9 pirefented vt ths 12th 'ic•o3cco ; _. Clta~~sts' :,3ssar~ti Co:~i arsr.ce, :'rute L'p.iSrTL'j.ti,4; r Zx12`l:?mp Tjo Ciot 1l?"4a YO': 3.{.3t of P-I f P7.'.'3 !??:' r9itj.rhl6u. 0 3 n n n n o 1 0 6 2
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50254 :8055 ~ i Tc 1957 $ortr,er, Charles :?. ana l,'cry'_1ton, I,ukver Fotussilam content of To:k.cco ....;.... J-eaf in 1;?54 than in other yearc from WMACCO C:~(1IN1S'~5t M-'.d::,`H ., Corfta:nn aeetrP.ct.G.ef p,zPvre cn' x•Ppr;.nto of paprrN. I
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1 t t THE EFFECT OF CIGARETTE ADVERTISING BANS ON CIGARETTE CONSUMPTION i "" Inis stuay developed statistical er-idence on how cigarette advertising bans have affected per capita cigarette consumption in several countries. The study had • four parts: First, previous studies have indicated that cigarette advertising has ha ~ little effect on cigarette consumption in the United States. Second, for several • 1• other countries advertising bans have not significantly reversed the upward trend in t per capita cigarette consumption. Third, for several countries per capita cigarette eonsumption trends were examined using multivariate statistical methods to dis- cover eover whether broadcast advertisino h..ne ti.A .. I•••• -~-•• •-• , (From• S*iDKi'V(; AND HF.ALTH II. HEALTH CONSRQUE'VCES, FT)UCATIny, EF.SSAT ACTIVITIES, AND GOVF.R.rMENTAL ACTION by National Cancer Tnstit, ; pp. 830--840, 1977) _ ~ __......, .~.. never nad permitted It. The growth of per capita cigarette consumption apparently was not slower in countries that had banned or never had permitted cigarette advertising. A ban of cigarette advertising has not been an effective policy for reducing cigarette smoking. The statistical evidence did reveal that popular awareness of smoking health hazards significantly dampened consumption growth. Rather than committing resources to advocating an advertising ban, advocating an allocation of public funds for smoking educa .- tion programs would be a more productive use of the resources. ~ ~ ' ' . o3Jnon~o2- o54 ~
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J OaDartaat of Lcoaoaics 947" ft.to Ostarsity V+tust, 1113 ta siwrous eouatries gosrmmts 6a.a *roQiittoa sd.orctttas ot eijarottos ta t6s Uro./csst ..dta, tatoadtag to i.ate., tbs pulblic loalc! . 1y r./attag ctµrttto eoasu.9ttoa. Tba traai.o vas tAet, atac• ctprtttea wsa sdartisol asteui.ely sat asp.est.aly, tsis ah.rttttag .ust tr.. %tr a.ojer Ietorulaent af cigarette cuasuaytiea. tw.sr, a.arsl aa.ltos •[ cigarette sa..rtesiag ta t1a IIaita/ icstoa L•a la0iutd csat t1im prtatse was tacortoct. lbet vtetars ks.a etaraetartatl O.f. cigarette aasrtistsg as a conpacitt.a v.ayoa titv 6a.o as.d to lt.ids cLs cigarette a@ te hptaO t.l O.f. por uptta et{arotto coa.wepttoc fi., to [.cc. •... r.cA.r las.e.tc3+e t. acst cigarette a+..rcttta4t attmata. r, 5,0254..8048 j lCsa Ciqarctta Advcrtisiaq ua as a hblio • sealtb tolicYa. °,1CC0 1~anlAMts AttAtt~ribl by
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1 / 5025q 8061 ia. HRmi.ltun tandl ateph.In ir. SiznpsoFi. Stlt ed. New Yoi]c, ~.hicGrf,`v-fIi11,_105-!. I 8&f0 p. illus. 24 cm. 1Interaattunal chomical sertes) First ,ed. Iuitrttslied In 1922 ander title: CaScu`.ations of 4aautita- tive chemical anaiysls. t M~ss~ncy loI'}~ C•i1co1^tions of alltil}'tical cltemistrs tby1 Ia:i.;ester T. 1. ChemNtrT, AnalctLL--GZuaiititatlce. L Saapaor, StepiiPa Gershom, IS:H- jatnt aetLor. j QD101.I-I33 195~ .-: 5-IG b•3-1?CO Library of Congrezs tYa, ~:.. r,~.~.• 0 .3 10) 0 t? 00 2 ti 73
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1 ,._,50254: 80536 ~ , *Coristituents too riumerous to list* . ., . _. Effccts of libht on conccntratirnis of frcc ami ,' no acids in :rLlorophyllous :rncl, ncmchloruphylluus tobacco tissue cultures wcrc cxamincd. LrGht f;tvnrcd accumula!irnn , of arnino acids from a-kf;tu,,lutaratc,'i%*,hcFC;is ilarkuis' favored acciiiiit~lation 'of amino aCi.ds (rcrni pjnivsitcr lt(:'sii{ts of brief rr.d trcatmcnts wcre simil;~r- to thosc ohtainctl with whitc ligbt, and red cffccts .vcre nullificd by far rcd light. Q 3~~0 n o p 2 0 6 5 \ TOBACCO--AMINO-ACIDS/ ' ` . - 78' VI Ka ' " ` ~ - "`' - RJR CLASS _NO. PAMPHLET 78 VI Ka '" ~_ (U. S,Dep. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv.., Dep. Agron., Univ. Ky., Lexington, Ky • U. S.~ i• FREE AMINO ACIDS IN CHLOROPHYLLOUS AND NONCHLOROPHYLLOUS TOBACCO'CALLUS _ .° TISSUE CULTURED IN, LIGHT OR IN DARKNESS . `. Int: Jour: Exp. Bot. 35 (No. 2) i03-8 (1977) (in English). Kasperbauer, M. J., . ~ ; :- - ., ~ :. _ ~ , ,.
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N , ~ VI To-79 ~ S P O m s kn . . . ~ N O h (U. NITROGC`Oi;S C0;•fPOI^:US, Tobacco Chem. Ites. Conf,, 33rd, tape, LexinEton, Ky, (Oct. 29-31, 1979) - (in English) Lxperiments were conducted to detaraine at what stage during curing changes in eoncentration of nitrogenous constitoents occur and how these changes may be ~ altered. Stalk cut burley tobacco was conventionally air cured, primed and air ; cured in a conventional barn and primed and cured in ehambers with oxygen and ~ ethylene treatments. Samples were taken at frequent lntervals (about 3 days) during coaventional curing and daily during accelerated curing. Nitrate con- ! eentration decreased the first day or two of curing, then started to increase. The magnitude of increase and changes during the latter stages of curing was variable depending on stalk position and method of curing. Nost of the decrease in protein occurred during the early stages of curing and was about the saee for all curing eethods. Alkaloid concentration was decreased during accelerated curing procedures. Most of the decrease occurred during the lstter stages of , curing when thn teaperature was increased. iotal nitrogen concentration was higher in cured leaf from accelerated curing than in conventionally cured tobacco....- 0 3 0 An.0 0 2 0 6 6 // TOBACCO-- CU'tING--CHMICAL COAtPOSITION/TOtSACCO--vITZtX;rN COmPOU'1L~S/ . ,~ _ .. _-•- , . -- . . ..,_. ._.._. ._ .... • i RJR CLASS NO. PAA1PElTF.T VI To 79 s, p, ~ lsush, L. S. 1iep, Ar,r., Sl:A-AI:; Univ. Y,y. , I)ep, AFron., Lexinl;ton, Ky,, U, S, ) Ii;FLUEt;CF. OF DIF1•'>;F:ENT CURING I:ECIrtr:S 0N Tlll: FORPNTIO;J OF S01M. ,.: . , •
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Df'.rx.Crrrp P.. B. . WIFE, w''M, :SI'FCrFICr-'Y CV 2aC0~`~-O (f~' S'~i's,,'S W TF' F~ 7..PHERAL Y~..FtVO'Ji SY.c.`:"•iF ) b; IiexlGir~ R. B. ~d J. T. ?:amm1.3.tckn. 1565 7 pp. Bri.t o Sou,.pe Ph:..,aacol. 2.5 206-212 (1965) O a?!
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.. ~.a~. ._..;._.._.a ~..~. w...J~-a.~... ..w i : - -_ so2sa,:eos7 Bnrtner, C.- E. and Ha+n;.lkon, T. L.i AStudy 61 nitrogen uptake by bsarley tobacco w;~lants ancl... Toiaacco Cl,rH si st Re: ea rc h Ca,n*a rence, Tobac.co Lhimtsts' Research ~ntzrerscc,, Ko., tO. Washington, D. C,,; NovQr+ber, T 956y expanded absEracts. os n a n n o 2 o6 9
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ti~l ~50254 8066 ) (1970) a t;tfiJSN: iG1:ri:!W 02 i`ii'ri%I OF TC1,31ACCOt c•}' P. E. iio:uii--o;a, C. 3. t.::Ca:3 ::. E. Zt'£it3*. {rl. C. Stw.e i:'nivex_l'!ty eL Ralcigh, AgrS.cul.tiUra1 E::peri::x;.t St.>ticr:, Tt,,bac_a Rsr-aF'.c`. J rc''3.C-S' ' N7• LyC} . F.ei~::iTtced irc~: ~ppi. tdicrobio:.. lo 4j 0 3il 0 cl 0 0 2 0 7~8
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I ;• 50254 ,8063 Eulloot:, D. H. l•u;ii.IJanL•u w QaV S22S1.i1i-u.:Aun CHr.ESE. By D. Fi. u•:!Iocl:; M. 0. and U. }r. Xr-olne Photo Xocsd in C;:.r_au:: d23 2o-::a (1963) 0 0 3 0 0 n 0 0 2 0 7 S
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/I A'rrwn+IYIlNPNnqI Vd. I, pp. t7sA-tM. PrimLd in thc U.S.A. 2 Effects of Carbon Monoxide on Operant Behavior of Laboratory Rats and Baboons''''3 IX Re =81 s.p. 1. GELLER, V. MENDEZ, 1115WR. J. HARTMANN AND E. GAUSE De'partment ojBehurinral and Enrironntental Sciences. Soathtresl FcuutJutiun jor Research and Editratiu t W. Lrwp 410 at 1Nilitur,v Drit•e, P. O. Box 28147, Sun Antuniu. TX 78284 Received 18 October 1979 GELLER. I.. V. MENDEZ. M. HAMILTON. R. J. HARTMANN. AND E. GAUSE. 9Q'rrrs njrurMpn nttinrtxidr on upr•ruru hrhur•iurofluhuratury rrHs naJl>ethrwtno. NEUROBF.HAV. TOXICOL. 1(3) 179-184. IS/79-Carbon monoside (CO) was evaluated for its effects on the operant behavior of laboratory rats aml juvenile baboonx. For the rat studies the procedures included a 2-min variable interval (2-min VI) or fixed interval (2-min F'I) schedule of reinforcement. a 60:1 fixed tio (6R) sched a multiple f~i~edr9t io, fi~ed t'qterv~ (FR: FI) schedule. Carbon monoaide concentrations of 3l~200 pm Ar 244 ea~sunr~uribds pFdiucEd miM~wl4f9'ecflon Vl aites. Response rates were increased for all animals somewhere in the concentration ranpe of2S-200ppm. Response rates were depresscJ at 300 ppm CO. behavioral effects at 50 ppm CO were not carrrl:npa ..,irt, tii,....+ r•n r.. .r. n..... ... -- -- . •- .. .
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1 i CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANAi.YSIS--LIOUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/ qn 271 Ha 1977. .q-C. i hitroducton ]to hh dUrq eo pornice errffrallqud chromatography London 3 CHAPMAN & HALL o, 3 n p n Efndj 2 0 13 0 A Halsted Press Book John Wiley & Sons, New York M A l.'-.~11
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te - • Vg(:~8 of •0• 74 XXIII Re-74 713 k. $qZ54.. 8067~ ALIIMINUM FOIL 2241 West Howard Street, Chicago, Illinois 60645 ri 0 o.3nQnci42 p..7 g. ;: , 21 y
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I ~..._.,Y~..-- 50254 . 8078 ~ MiL' SE.^.03'D CiiAc IMi DISH CCKD: B(}OF T ~ 2'rent-Ace-?3sli, Iaa. t 301 PagQe EagLc:wcu.3 C:3fYR,L1.J. o~oona~:~~9a
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b 8~ r C; o u a v~ 0 1Gif * `.t~GS-GZS Tit 'IC:3GV *Ms'j •I.fA "C:'.ff FII.. 7I1'~,'e •~ p?~2:~-3~i? 7YTM Mrc V NI s'V'Ntr::ZlJ WDINYT; lt%rsYaA.L I ~I 14 ZLo e n s z o s t
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/ . *50254 8060 j . AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/ELECTRIC POWER/FUEL/ENERGY/ N~L 207-3 II MeA1-76 HEALTH* EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION * .S.P. 4 C- TfiEV3i0I,:FDICAL AND E?NIRC;1:•1E:ITAL ASSESSIE:dT:'GqOUP DEPARTi•IEitTS OF A?PLIED SCI:.'iCE AND MurDIC_T:IE r1-P)9G` BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL L:BORATOR? ASSOCIATED UNIVERSITI ES, INC. UPTON, rSEI•1 YORK 11973 under contract no. E(30-1)-16 with•the V . . UNITED STATES ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOP: r:~'Z• AD;~II;~:ISTRATIC`1 *To be published in the ProceEB:ngs of the Conferer,ce cn 'Co:npurer Support of Environment2l Scier.ce'and Analysis Unite.! -•Sta.te ^~n rLy, Resea ch . and Developcient Adr~inis tratio:: ~ S 11 ~ t~ ~i (~ul~ 9t,117 iaS A2buouergue, New '•fexico
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I\ 4 - _~...... _. .. .. _-- :.,~_ _.. 1 - - - ,~ ; 5025,4 ,8069,. ~ TP 370 Kr "!'[IT5/NAT.'AI'i r'.l:IZIC. E':'?T. STA. 1tE5_. REPORT \0. 17£/ 1!A(dA7I ACitiC. M1-. S1'A. -itES. ttEPQRT h0.. _207/ _ F3I1,' LIC~C~-~'-~•i~ ~Y . OF p_l,`~~,~ACr~IJA:.i,IIA ~t` PART 1. -AtI10rIjtdez-RESEA:tCii T.E?ORT 175. PART II. Subject Index •~SEARCN REPORT 207 ~. Beatrice H. Krauss University of Hawaii College of '*ropical-Alriculture liawaii Agricultural Er_Fe:•iment Station. / ~ ~,Sa rty
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\ 50254 8047 ~ : . I TOBACCO--BURLEY--CURING/TOBACCO--CURING--CIIF*11^•AL CiIAVGE/ ' TOBACCO--OUALITY--EFFECT OF CURING METaOD / TOBACCO--CHENtICAL COMPOSITION--POSITInN ON STALK .. =:• RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI To 79 S:P. VI To-79 S.P. •Uusth, L. D1vis, D. L. (L'. S. T1 cp. Apr. SP.A-AP; Univ. Ky.,]kp. Arron., 1.cxinl;ton, Ky., ii, S, ) CHF.MICAL Qt1ALITY OI' EURLIsY TOBACCO mODIFIF.D RY CURING Ri:CI?!E. Tobacco Chep.. Res. Conf., 33rd, tape, LexinFton, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 1979) (in English) pri.ed- Burley tobaceo vna~conventioailly ystalk turd, primed-lsaf aii eured and " leaf accelerated cured with added oxygen or added oxygen plus ethylene. N- aitrosonornicotine (NNN) was detected in mature green leaf and did not increase . significantly during curing until most of the moisture had been removed from the laaina. lJYN levels in accelerated cured leaf were higher than in air-cured : leaf. A consistent effect of stalk position was not observed. Particulate ;_ Matter Index (PHI) of the leaf froai the upper stalk positions tended to be ~ decreased by added 0 2 in accelerated curing. PHI for stalk cured leaf from the ~ upper-half of the stalk averaged 238 mg/g and for the added O treatment ac- , celerated cured leaf PHI average 225 mg/g. There was no treatment effect on leaf PHI from the lower stalk positions. Novever, the lower stalk positions did ; sxl-jit lower PHI values. Selected steam distillable volatile constituents as : measured by capillary gle were increased and others decreased by accelerated ~_ ~ curing with 0 compared to the stalk cured tontrol. Cigarettes manufactured ( from acceleraled cur:d leaf tended to be lighter but firver vith a lower static burn rate. Dry Particulate Matter (DPH) and nicotine per cigarette were not ~ altered by curing regime but nitrogen oxides vere increased aad puff per ciga- rette were lowered by accelerated curing. t n 0' nn 0 2 0 S 9
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/ ~ 502.54 90.74 7'J XII Ha,7~ ; Decker, K. CELL-FREE SYNTHESIS OF 6-Hl(DROXY-D LASS NO. rAMPHLET (Univ. Freiburg, Biochem.- Inst. Med/ Freiburg, Ger.)' GOUND FAD. Hoppe-Seyler Zeitsch. Physiol. Chem. English) ! 6-Hydroxy-D-nicotinc oxidase (EC l .5.3.6) with eovalenily bound FAD is synthesiz.ed in Arrh.obocvru ;oxfdnns during induction by D-nicotine. A riboflavin- L 77 XII Ha,,7.Y ICOTINE OXIDASE CONTAINING COVALE\TL 359 (No. 3) 272 (1978) (in ~ rcquiring mutant vras prepased to s:parate the translation of the apoprotein from the reaction(s) by which the cocnzymc molccule becomcs attached to the apoprotein. 7he maximal lcvel as wel) as the rate of synthesis of the enzyme is depcndent on the concentration of riboflavin. ~ in The medium. ' .. ' . , ` .. 0. 3• 0 0 n C~ 0 2 0 8 b • ~
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1 i ~_.,y..rv...- __ ~. . - . s . .. .. . ?y. ... . . . . ~ . I11 lia C'kiE%iISTRY, AIALYTIC-- UANIT IVE/ - - a sozsa eobs ± + _ • 2 AMINO ACIDS--CHROMATOGRAPHY/ _ _- :'- ION EICIIAti'GE C1;1I0\IA'!'OGIir1YH~ ''OGIir1YH~' OF dl1IIr'O ACIDS-- { MICRODETER\IINATION OF FRLE AMINO ACIDS IN SERUM ~ -. -,N.-Y. Acad. Sci. 102 55-75 J1962) Alfrcd !; du Pont Institute of thc 1Vcmou:s Foundation,ltViln:ington, De?. ' ' . . - -t : . . . . . •~ • • . •• . ..' . .y• . . ~ 'This paper will briefly describe an apparatus for the determination of amino acids by ion exchan;e chromatography. The procedure has a reason- able claim to being automatic, but'lilce all other Procedures thus far de- scribed'-{ it fails to go be;~ond analogue presentation of data. Data pro- ' to the puint of yielding useful digital records has still to be accom- ~ cessin b , c; plishecl. Some tentative steps in that direction are, ?h~~vever, indicated. : 1 This paper also describes the determination - of nmir~Q acids in µg. amounts, and mctlioclology is ;ndicated whereby the free amino acids in _ ; 0.1 ml. of serum or plasnia can be deter.Y~ined. With small quantities of ! j amino acids, an advantage is gained in that the Beer-Lambert law, though 0 3 n 0 c1 0 fl ~ U 7 7:.
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} _ . .!. ti 5o25a e070 ) .. , PSYCHOLOGY/ NICOTIfJE--PHARMACOLOGY/ : ; . , PERSONALITY/ STRESS/ BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PHYSIOLOGY & PSYCHOLOGY/ : Human Stress BF 575 and Ha -. Co g7ZltlQn 1979 An Information Processing Approach 4 I • Edited by -~r DAVIDirI. WARBURTON Oq.wewr.lhyrAofojy a~ o/~us twtw JOHN WILEY & SONS Chicbester • New York • Brisbane • Toronto Q*.3 n•b A 2 p~ 2
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k ` 1 11EART--DISEASES/ 1 IL1 1 : R 77 II Ne-77 ANNALS OF Tf1E NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Volume 147, Article 8 Pages 305-362 July 10, 1968 - - DYSFUNCTION INvOOG AND.h1AN __ COMPARATIVE ASPECTS O ACQUIREDDCARDIAC Authors J.W. Buchanan, D.K. DetweilerThomas Killip, H. Liiginbuhl, D.F. Patterson, Robert R. Pensinger, C. Roger Smith, Bernard M. Wagner. ~ Bditor-in-Chiej 1 0 3 n Q n oo 2 0 a~ward M. Weyer
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.rr.a... RJR CLASS :ZO. P..`3HLET 72 X:fc McFall, R. M. ; , (University Wis., Madison, idis., U. S.) MOTIVATION, STRUCTURE, AND SELF-':ONITORI:v'G: ROLE OF NONSPECIFIC FACT IN S%AKI`G REDUCTION. 0 3 Jour. Consult. Clin. Psychol. 37 (No. 1) 80-86 (1971) (in English) ~2~No~.~ 3~ W 78* * * C"d ~tf'al~!:i,f
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E 77 XII Ha-79 -r ; - 50254 8075 ~ . •. R7R CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 XII Ha-79 . IV-4lMrEt-s: Decker, R. (Biocheinisches ~Institut, Universitat, •Freiburg," Ger.) ' ~ COVALENT FAD ATTACHMENT TO THE NASCENT POLYPEPTIDE CHAIN DURING CELL-FREE ~ ~ SYNTiiESIS OF 6-HYDROXY-DiNICOTINE OXIDASE, 276-7 -(1979) (in Hoppe-Seyler-reitschr. Physidl. Chem. 360 (No. 3) In recent years an increasing numbcr of flavoprotcins both of procaryotic and eucaryotic organisms were . found to contain the cocnzymc bound cova1cn11y to their apoprot cins. 1 n Arlhrobocrer oxidoars, FAD of 6-hydroxy-D-nicotinc oxidasc (EC 1.5.3.6) is covalcntly attached through its 8a-mcthy) group to the N(3) atom I of a hi.lidyl residuc of the aroprotcin. Cell-frcc transla- tion and thc mechadism of the flavin-binding process wcre studied iri vilro. Using poly!omes from DL-nico- line-induced A. oxidons cells and an E. co!! (MRE 600) supernatant fraction, the major translation product was id.ntificd as 6-hydroay-D-nicotine oxidasc by several critcriai I I 0 3 fl 0 t1 - Q 02 08 7,
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Pure 6 App2. Chem., Vol. 49, pp.1655 - 1666. 78Ia Na FOOD--ANALYS _S/ 1 t ~ 3 n 4 // / Pergamon Press, 1977. Printed in Great Britain. .- A2I6LYSIS 0 KE AND ShtOJ¢D FOODS -~~Stu= s Bundosanotnll: fUr Fleiachforschung, Bulmbnch /GFR/ .Abstract - After a review on the chemical classes of compounds present in smoke and smoked foods and on the desirable and un- desirable effects of these compounds, the influence of the smoking technology on the composition and the amount of the fractions of nolycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PA)i) and phenolic comnounds in smoke and smoked foods is briefly described. The importance of profound knowlcd.ge on the composition and the ef- fect of liquid smokes (smoke condensates) and other in.-redients for smoke flavouring is pointed out. The procedures for isola- tion and determination of PA1I present in smoke and smoked foods, particularly in smoked meat products, arc discussed. A new method for the clean up of the PAII fraction, developed by Pott- hast, reduces timc and costs of the assay remarkably. Further- more, procedures for isolation and determination of phenols are discussed. A ncµ' method for the isolation of phenols from smoked t~q 3tt~+yro~']~ cty~1«~ d~el9ued by Potthast; this procedure needs lctss timL" an`t1' is easFer to carry out than the earlier methods. Kow re]iable and timc•-savi.ntc methodr; for isclatinn nnrt i0r•nti-
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T r . , 4__ 76 I Ma-80 . ,5o2sa .80851 .,• le 7 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM/ OfficeAutomatior: Group Memo OAM-012 .. 0 , What istoffice Automation? ,. ~Marvin~S cbu~ ?anuary 1980 Massachusetts Institute of Technology , Laboratory for Computer Science This Is an Internal Memorandum of tlre Office Automation Group. Do not ditlribute wilhout permission. ~3 (n o n n 0 2 0 9 7 ., ? a , ~ ~ . 0
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, 1) , .. 77 XII Ha - 79 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 XII Ha-79 VMjjjtWV% Decker, K. ; *(Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet, Fakultaet ?tedizinische, Biocheraisches ~ Institut, Freiburg, Germany)* ' - FAD IS COYALENTLY ATTACHED TO PEPTIDYL-tRNA DURING CELL-FREE SYNTHESIS OF 6-HYDROXY-DiNICOTIt3E OXIDASE. `•, • The process, by which l'AD is attached covalently to the 6•hydi uxy -D- nicotine o.idase apoprotcin ~ in D-nicotinc-inAuccd cclls of Artlvobncrer oxidnas was studied in rilro. VHJAdcninc-labclled FAD prepared biosynthetically in Clostridium khq-vrri was incorporated into the 6-hydroxy-D-nicotine ~ oxidase molecule during cell-frec translation. FAD rather than FMN or riboflavin was'thus shown + to bc the flavin dcrivative transfcrred to the polypcptidc chain.•ACter short-term protein synthesis on ribosomes from induced A. oxidnns cells in the presence of an Escherichio coli MR['s 400 ~ supcrncitant fraction and (n(kninc-2'HJFAD, the pcptidyl-IRNA fraction was separated from eom- i plctcd polypeptides. Labelled FAD was found to be covalcntly attached to the tRNA-bound poly- peptides. Cleavage of the tRNA-peptide bond released labelled polypeptidcs the largest of which t migrated as authentic 6-hydroxy-D-nicot~ne oxidase during dodecylsulfatejpolyacrylarnide get ~ clectrophoresis. These results strongly sug,gest that FAD is incorporated into the nascent polypeptide j chains of 6-hydroxy-D-nicotine oxidasc during ribosomal translation. Eur. J. Biochem. 92, pp. 449-54 (197Q* (in EnRlish)* :50251t a076
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, 50250 .~ Na of GA R i~i : r,ljc~f~aci tar Arsenic Anafysis / 8 0 9 2 J~%~1~i~ Soil and Watcr by Atomic Absarption •14eain--A.-No nFane. Q -i n o wGana. 2otROCflpt, USAF t ,. L .. " .. - - -- • -
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.00254 8086 SEWAGE DISPOSi'1./[dATER---SUPPLY--ENGINEERING/k'ATER--POLLUTION/ - ...' ~.~. a~:::. .. . f . , TD 897 lia 1975 Water - and WasteWater Technology Professor o j Civil Eng ineering University ojNehraska JOHN WILEY & SONS. INC.. New.York London Sydney Toronto - ;~cx v.,T • 0 3 t~ o n n 4 2 o 9 8
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s....~...-._ I Aerosol Tissue A.cdhesive Spray i~'.'~II!{lhW9 • II. hate of h'xcoiis ~ and Their Acute r'.~ Topical and Systcrni-. Toxicity r . • , . . ., • LTC Tcruv Matsumoto, MC, USA; . ~ C Pani 111D- ICovaric Mi e K LTC Jolut J z f ~,~ U`~c ~atv~~L r.issue-aanc:wive spray acvct- USA; arsd CCI. • )~3 at this Institute and by G. Barr Com- Washinglon, DC - pany, rIiles, Ill, has been used suocessfully in Vieiram for hemostasis of otherwise fatal hemorrhage from liver and kidney woiux3s and for reinforcement of suture lines of vae- M1~ar ranoire en~ rnnnncFr..n{in.~e 0 3 f) 0 n 0 0 2 0 H 3 ~
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50254 8091 C:iE:% PI'Va GaASS Bi~".i:dt1:G, by James E. 3La= £,xd C2afr L. $t0ng 19_3 196 Pa;e$ {d. H . Z'r:::^_c^&1`RT33 CC^nrA7 !a!'11 ~?~f.I:C{~CO, Cct ±L. ~ ,:. . ~I 3 tl Q(1 G 0 a t Q:S ' t i n
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CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--REACTION MECHANISMS/ CHEMICFL REACTION, RATE OF/CHEMICAL KINETICS/ PRINC.IPLES OF CHEMICAL KINETICS a30pnao2_101
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CIIEMISTRY, ORGANIC--F.EACTION AtEC11A.'VIS*iS/ REACTIONS, CIIErQCAL-:-COyDITIOA'S AND i.AWS/ 50254 8090 QD JECHNIQUES OF CHEMISTRY, Vr, 6'• P4• Z 453 N e 0 1974 ARNOLD WEISSBERGER, Editor vOLUaE vt d b Q 1 S 1 E P B C TI ~ A WILEY- NTER C E~ C U L , 1re E y INVESTIGATION OF RATES AND aQI&D0t*P9IW-AWhiES MECHANISMS OF REACTIONS DepartmentofCh.mistry Third Edition Cornell Uni.ersity PART If -- Ithaa, New York INVESTIGATION OF ELEMENTARY REACTION STEPS IN , : 9OLUTION AND VERY FAST REACTIONS - \ I A O~I )OHAS WILEY & SONS New York • London • Sydney • Toronto .
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, .1 QA 76 Ni 1971 2 C. HEURISTIC SF.ARCH/ ` 50254 8095 l-- McGRAWHILLVCOMPUTER SCIENCE SERIES NILS J. NILSSON Artificial Intelligence Group Beil Telephone Le orat e< Stanford Research Institute, Menlo Park. California EDWARD A. FEIGENBAUM Stanford University PROBLEM-SOLVING ETHODS IN INTELLIGENCE MtGRAWHILL BOOK COMPANY New York San Francisco St. Louis D"usseldorf Johannesburg Kuala Lumpur' London Mexico Montreal New tklhl Panama Rio de Jeneiro SinQapore Sydney Toronto 'P,~RTIFICIAL X2~ o3 n0. o_oo2. 1 o7 : e 1 \ w9
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c1c 451 Ha 1972 MASS SPECTROMETRY/ORGpNIC CO*1F'-~',?J:vDS--"•AS5 SPF.C'!'ROPiETRY/ CHEMZSTRY--COMPtTTERS/C0:0?UTERS •/, A•,S025a 0094. ~ INTERPRETATION OF A ; MASS SPECTR . i t. OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS ~. e~.e. cw. au.40.. NORMAN G. FOSTER ~~ pa~+~.rdcw.~es A C A D 6 M f C T R E S S New Yort acd Losdam 1 t9it
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r-+ APOPF.OTEIN. H.-S. Z. Phys1..358 (No. 3) 244 (1977) (in Engl.ish) In Arthro6aclcz oxidans, a 6-hydroxyD•nicotinc oxidase (EC 1.5.3.6) which contains covalcntly bound FADI t I can lic induced. Studies on the mcchanism of the bind- ing bctwccn thc flavin cucnzymc and the apoprotcin rc- ~ quirc the •rvailibility of thc Ialfcr. The following cxpcri- mcnts in vivo wcrc dccibncd to dcfinc conditions of apo- 4 ~cnzyme accumulation. 7 ./ 77 XII Ha RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 77 XII Ha 4W","W:VH/; Decker, K. (Univ. Frciburg, Biochem. Inst. ?Sed. Fak., Her>vann-Herder- raBe, Fciburg, Ger.) IN VIVO STUDIES ON THE FLAVINYLATION OF THE 6-1fYDROXY-D- ICOTII:E OXIDASE 1 `-~..~.~. ... ~, . - ~~. . . ~ o 3 n. o n n o .42" u - 8* • 9 so2sa ,807
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0 V 3 ( i ,.+502521 :13064 Br. J. PrycAol. (1972). 63. 2, pp. 181-189 Printed in Qreat 8ritain i 80 II Ey-80 S.P. 4 I Ir'FOR3IATIO~,' SELECTION, AROUSAL AND ME:IIORY Bi G. R. J. HOCKEYt Medical Research Council, Appiied Paychology Unit, Cambridge Axn J. G. QUINN Departnaent of PayehologJ, University of Stirling V Two experiments were performed to investigate the ef[ects of noise-induced arouwl on immediate recall of visually presented paired-awwciato adjectives. Results of Expt. I suggest that the established finding that high arou.sal during learning impairs immediate recall is probably an artifact produced by the standard expcrimontal technique of randomizing list order fur each anticipation trial. When order is maintained over successive anticipation trials lists are better learned in noise, indicating that order ouei receive heavier weighting in that situation. In a second experiment, which employs an A-B•A retroactive inhibition (RI) paradigm, RI is lese when noise is present during the learning of list A, and greater when noise is present during the learning of list B. The resultA from the two experiments are interprcted as demonstratingitv incre+} dpt ng of input in states of high arousal (aa produced by temporary ch#'gekt~ cr~ronwl•pnt.tlJeti atial).
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55 An 1975 2c. VOC.uaIE 246 January 31, 1975 '1'OXICI'f7; OI.- 1'INYL CIILORIDI:-POLYVINYL CIILORIDE ;'A L•ditors and ConJerenec Chnirrmvr jR\'ItiG J. Sr:L11:OFF AND :.rsc ,... j ,, s0zsa 8100 /VINYL.COMPOUNDS/ VINYL POLYMERS/ TOXICITY--CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS/ ANNALS OF T1IL'• NEW YORK ACADL•MY OF SCIENCES 03 t1 0 t1 0 0 2 1 1 2
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I y )Ain`:E:Tn C. LIK, j. I). WrTT, AND I)rQarlulrnl oJC.lrrurislry-, liausv;r Srarc L'ni:rrsiry, Jlanhaflan, hdnsJs G6)O2 (Received 26 February 1971) p. iitip-s'1 C-0 stretching frequencics for "C"O, "C1°O, and 11C'+O chemisorbed on ailica supported platinum at 25° and 20u' arc used to demonstrate that the bonding to the surface is via the ec,rhon atom. Empirical force constant corrclations suggcst that the best single structure approximation is I't=C=O. I Because the level of development of knowledge in surface chemistry has often lagged behind that of general chemical knowledge, studies in the surface chemistry of mctals have often depended upon analogies with conventional inorganic chemistry.' Consequently, it has gencrally been assumed that, by analogy with the known stntctures of the metal carbonyIs, the chemi- sorption of carhon monoxide on transition metals takes place via the carbon atom. Infrared spectroscopy has mixtures of carbon mono.ide on silica-supported plat- inun: we have obtained data at 25° and 200° for'=C'"O, "C160, and "C'-X) which strongly support the Pt-C-0 structure and thus support the usefulness of analogies aith conventional inorrianic chemistry in studies of surface chemistry. In addition empirical force constant correlations yield estimates of lengths and bond orders for the C-0 and Pt-C bonds. EXPERIMENTAL become a well-establislted technique in the study of The esperimental methods used to obtain the speetra surface species and has led to new inforl ~latioh al~put, of carbon monoxide chernisorbed on silica-supported the str{t~turt's o~sur(Ice loec~ i4tia~tlion'#~ of platint:m arc similar to those reported pre.•iousl."•' and carbon monoxidc chcmisorbed on platinurnl -and iro,^?•s have heen dcscribed in dctail e1scwhcrc.iO A mi.cture of c•ndcr conditions v.fio•re. ,ti u I \ . ..~ TtIE JOI-RNwL OF CHEMICAL PIIYSICS l .-- • - _ 11 --._ s -w...s,. n 50254 8080 S1J t` ,- VOLUME !S, NVAtSER 7 I AUGUST 19111 Structure of Carbon Monoxide Chemisorbed on Platinum* INTRODUCTION
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r l Va 1,50250 8088 , Caspa±•, V. L. STiSOY OF CuiAUtiATED PESTICIDES IN OYST~'~:ZS AM E,ST'JA:ZY.11R rNitlntJ.WORT 0`J THE PiOBxLE bAY A:'.TA, by. •. ~ n ~ - r.h. VJar49Hl, i.t.. V. ~. .ar..~.~...v... v_. J. C. Dup,?, Jr. ind J. I:. Cnlues ] S`~9 47 pages U. S. Dcpt. of Health, Y,ducatton WyshiDAtc+u, ::ad kalfarc h • V . . ..~.. . . . . . ~ . ~ - 0 3 n o n n cz 1 o o
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t~-~- ~= ;:,,50254 8084 ITT ---~- .~•~~..~.+'ii'-aai+':.~•.l.~+tY.Y.S"<V~e.v.irvr - :i'+.~i.•-.-~.i_~~:.yL~:.rF•..~'~.a:.-y4.~.IC"L:s:~Nl...Y1~Ai~.r'~ ~r . Ko7 (1963) Kelbe1, Herbert DIC WitSS.~'.f:CASKOANF,Pc'C;.ERUNG Iq 1'.B'a.RL^:' DEP. FISf}l:.I:-'a'Cc~?SCil-SYh`TCVSE-nIil E.tlS~ :•.GSPJ:;:~ I"JT~ DIE MTiJM=130 TZRWsu:D'I2P. KOiiLMWesSSZ.R.S:CI~'- :'li?': li 5~ f • (tl;.tar Ca3 Co:zvoraion In The Efflueut of tha I'wvlier-T:o~vch SynthsEi.g, A Starti*:2; point fo:: Tha Devclopmrnt of Reiatcd I:ydrocaxbam Sytsthzt_'-,v by 11orbert Kclbsl, and iians Hsr^or IarcAnsto.g-•Chesnio 451.=-,a. I) 2i2-214 U 0 3 0 0 n 0 0 2 0 9 6
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~ Aue.) 50254 810.1 . Au2rbeij-!, OJC~r. .D^F i'5,:~~I~i i'i~,OL`UCE OUCEO ~'f BY CiGltiR: 1:2 SYMZidt;, by OsCar Avp.hnCh; R. Cnyler_ Nr.*~•yond; ns-vid Xir,:mi-;e Pnd La=arcn,:e Garf:a3ce1 Aer:er. ;~ed Ascoc.+ Annual Yeeting, ' ].ISc.S' Pa-ii'i'. 1 i?, C'.:; e-'Ba, T1Ifnol.s (J:a:a 27, 1c-'••-.~~ ) O --....-v.,.-_---T--,.~...~..g.;.~...--•--L-•- i... . . . . ... . ._ -.-,---.r.,,_ _.ri Q3 n Q
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50254 8096 ., . A COAL/SF.AWATER/METALS/NATiIRAL RESOURCES/ SOLID WASTE/ ORE FORMATION, GEOCHEMISTRY OF/MINERAL RESOURCES1 /WOOD AND PLANT MATERIALS/ENERGY RESOURCES/ , Edited by PHILIP H. ABELSON - - - ~. Renewable and Nonrenewable -t~ 3 QC 73 AM 1976 all aterials: esources American Association for the Advancement of Science No. 4 in a series of special SCIENCE Compendia
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~ 50254 5092 aQC MeP-C-22W-75 Mississippi Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 801, l4pp. (May 1974) Production 1 Of Cucumbers Q I ' ' ForJPicklcs B7 >}ifiE~t~ MAFES Associate Horticulturist . * -R. C. Albritton, Superintendent,~~'ortheast Mississippi Branch Station W. A. Brock, Superintendent, C astal Plain Branch Station . S. P. Crockett, Superintendent, ,'orth Mississippi Branch Station B. E. Waggoner, Assistant Superntendent, South Mississippi Branch Station - Mississippi Agriculturai ;and Forestry Experiment Station , i State University May 1974 Y
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\` / • ..- . .' .- ..._ 1.._ _ • -,. ... . i., • . ' ' -. • 50254 81 Q4 LUNCS--CANCER--CAUSATIf1N/SrtOKING AND HF.ALTH/ - ASBESTOSIS/TOIIACCO--S^fOKING--HF.ALTH EFFECT/ - C/LVCER--CAUSATION/nCCUPATInvAi. HEALT11/WATFR--POLLUTIONi ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES I Volume 330 '' I- HEALTH HAZARDS OF ASBESTOS EXPOSURE RC ~ 775 ; Edited by Irving J. Selikoff and E5"WW&-WoN~ Ne ; 1979 37~ The New York Academy of Sciences New York, New York ~~ 1979 . ~ \ 0 3 n'n-n n 0 2 1 1 6 . . . .:
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t \ / SACCILXRIN/EA'VIROVAt~ITAL HF.AT.TFi/MUTAGENICITY/VIh'YL CBLORIDE/ WCER--CAUSATI01\'--BY EWIRONuENTAL PACTORS/AFLATOXIVS/ IiEART--DISEASF.-/CARDIOVASCULAR flISEASE/SMOKINC A.VD IIEALTIT/ TOBACCO--SMOI:IAIS tF TH~NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES ANN VOLUME 329 RA i 566 PUBLIC CONTROL OF ' `'e ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH HAZARDS 1979 Edited by E~_~_ r"_#~1~f.~t8'~i and Irving J. Selikoff The New York Academy of Sciences New York, New York 1979 0~ ~ 0' t1 0 Q a 1 i 8
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x Hat 7 4 3 n A t1 n Q:z 50254 6113 Hommond, E. Cs, - S110KING HA131?5 A1JD D1SEr4SE IN NEtiJ `(OR1; STATE by E. C. Hanvnond) T. H. Van Griethuy5en, J. B- pibeler.i et, M. Sneddon and W. Hal l igan (Amtrit,an CanCer SoeieEy, Med. /4-£fairs Dept., 5tatisEical Res. See.tion ardc Americ.an Cance.c Soc,i.ety, NQw Ynrk SX'd.te, Westche.ster County, RassaLLCounty and Stkffolk County Div;s;.ans) New York State Soor. Meo1. GS (tJo, 20) 25.57-bi (Octode-r t.S"y 1946~'j) 2 S
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i : o.'p.".'1`s1L 50254 81t0) t ~ ~. y er S: `.O2iI WG AIV D D? k7N ;i1A-TEE -W-r-OR T ON F:)c~1Y- FOUR N0.3i}iS OF FOLIA:d-UP OF ZE7,^83 I. Total M.ortaiit,, by E. C»qler N.am.;-ond, and Daniel Horn. Reprint from: Journal of the American Medical Association 165 (No. 10)1150-72 (March 8., ].95r) (ffy ~j a 3 n~ n 0 0 2 1 2 2
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---»-----...- • 1 4,,50254 0099) . .a ' 76 X Na. SMOKING AND IIEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/TAR/ CIGARETTES--NICOTINE LO'.,1/CIGARETTES--TAR.LOt?4 I R.1R CLASS NO. AMPHLET 76 .7C fla~'i'`` ~GarfinkeZ, L.;Seidman, H.; LeW, E. A.. Americancer Soc., Epidemiol. Statist. REs. Dept., New York, N. Y., /. . . . _ • . . ... _ ' .... _ t. Cold Springs Harbor, New York, - •'Cisarcttes with reduced tar and nicotine were not introduced untii the .id 1930's (following the retrospective studies of Wynder and Craham; Doll and 111111 and Levin et al). Almost all of the oale cigarette smokers and the trea msjority of the female cigarette cmokers in our study began smokin6 cigarcttes long before that date. iherefore, the subjects here classified as "low" 7/N cigarette ssakets, vere,,vith fev exceptions, persons who smoked "bigh" di d' i / " " w N e T/N oc T garettes for many years and then svitched to .lov T/M•eisrrcttcs. It appears that by so doing they somewhat reduced the %r: w...'i.~ h_.-k.._.r..- . . . . f o~-i t ~ ..• .1.~ : Qe S.) ;~ ,SOMS RECENT FINDINGS CONCERNING CIGARETTE SMOKING. '' ' . . . . . .._~... . . • f•.
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---~---- -1-~ • t \ f // ) ,:_5o2sa 0149 QD 2r_ F Fritz, James Sherwood, 192-i- Qunntits;ive organic anntfsis tbsl • Jnmes S. Fritz .( George S. IIammond. New York, SFile,- t1D57j 803 p. lllus. 24 cra. i 1. ChemIstry, Analy•.'.c--Quar.'.itatlve 2. Chemistrs, OrgsLic. I. Harumoud, George Slaaro^, 1021- joint aatLor. QD101.FrJGo Nbrary of Cor:gre.as 0 545 , 57-SSS5 j [Z5j - -, '.. ......~.a...--~~r.-.-.-. _...,..,.•~..•-~-----.~- - ..-.-.-..--..--~.-..--.~..... r.• _.. , ., 0 3 0 0 nn 0 2 1 4 1
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\ rar.:, 1)clsa; Orfianic chemistry tbyl Donald J. Cram landl Gearge S. Iiar.iiriond. 2d ed. New York, b:cGraw-1Iill jl1P.E4l x, 84ff p. Illua. (part cot.) 24 cm. lncludes bibAographtcal rePeranees,. I 4 L ChPml3try, Organic. joint author. QI}251.CE9 1934 Ltbrary oi Congress o:~ ~ A n 0 0 2 1 4 0 _. T3rir-iwcnr, Ceorge Stmi~s, ]s21- 5,7 62--223 9T f".-. s _-,. . ~_,~. ......,..._-,..,..~
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i- -_ Add 71 xx MeD S.P. -S02S4 8134 I ixwosi s, Tsr~ot _y : , UxILZZl.TIo;Z OF PItOTLIN I,IGR(:~Y1 ~TCS IN 7;!f: tS. S. t'(3i3t) IklIUSTRY, Pta. ,I, II, by Tiuo=hy m• ij~-i:wads .:nS Buvic: L. CAll 1970 29 Pu€es Carna11 Univeraidy - Ithaca, Nea YO„-L 4 6
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~;,5025a 0135 f,`•' . ~'1-c.' ~ `7- Protein Ingredients - 1980 1:w~f.a~ammcrnd~t~"'R and D. L. Call* *Dr. riamnonds is Assistant Professor of (Q ;~ (? ~r ultura E ono,t ~.i at Oregon State Q Uni~~rs~ty. • D~. Ct~1~is Professor of Food EconontIcs at Cornell Univoraity.
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U'~t~..I ~' `~':0~v 0 ~= P ~.O`1 E~6~ ~J~ G:.~i~~at~ ~~S IN TFIE U. S. FOOD -E NDUSTRY ~ . a,cett 7/ YQP'T i q- The Current Market for Protein Ingredients By . .. ~ . -~~'rmah-ywmll4-wHammQ.n_ds.,,,,, 0 3 n o n o 0 2 aPd4 8 David L. Call
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/ . ` ' 502541,0126 r`.A 576 Fa 2c. ZO !,w1g C:x~cer and Other Ca~aas of' p. 315~- 339. Fc,bor.! Sa Mr ~ l h.'•.: fi J R tlls 131 ii h i ii3. A S i UDY Or :•L1Ii 7iJD ~tlI5 ;EI7~:TiG;l~.iiT y.iiTy by So s'1.. FRrbar e.nti Ro Ho Lo :.son (~,:.~ 1961 l1l,4 pgages Ch.^rles C. Tnsms S, xia,;ftn7-d, Iu.:`.noin -7,~ ;- :.... ....... . 1 . 0 3 0 A(1 0 0 :~ ~ 3~3
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i -1{VC4G -i~LOla% hes . 3a'Jn 3 -275 (Jvne 1973) . • ,• . . ~ - ~C[ }teF-E-403-7~ for - ~~Rl:,~~~~ ~~~t' .A model based on the steps in problem solving, rclated to horncmaker environment; iafor- tarteousty in home and »:arket cnvironments. ' projcct planning, data analysis, and reporting so that cotuurr.ers may bc studied si,nul- ination sources; food consumption at home; ond thc events of product choice, mrn!al evaluations, and purchase in retail mnrkcts, was dcvcloped to orgcn:Zc findings from 13 years of corsumcr behavior research. The model is uffcred for use by other rccearch workcrs in 50254 8093 in Fami1v Food (HOME ECONO.l1JCS RESEARCH fOURN.•!L, June 1973, Vol. 1, No. 4)- 8~`mffltiwn"t~and Mildred S. Van de 1larl:.,•:~ .- to knowlcdgc concerning thc truth claims of instances or kinds. of phenomena (Nlj;r:!bi, is necessary in research if there is to be new ways of or~anizing facts concepti~zlly, sptetc atic compilatiun of facts and additions or it may extend a general thcory to new ~ =:_-'The development of a hypothetical modcl general statements. A model may rcprescnt ...),.P, r%~,. -sA + t~.Ccyya 0 Z~ 1,4 . "-~ -.j .r h ~..t w ;. ~.
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....___ _.~...~..._...:~.,_ ~ 1,502 5a^ 4.144 73 X Sil TOBACCO--SrtOKII3G--RESPIEATORY TRACT/ ~ ~ F. -- ,iA' CLASS NO. PA,'~'.PHLr. T.PHLr.T 73 X SiI S i 1 vu, A. M. T.,¢ ~p.~ll1 ~M~ I tVct::Yae:S AC.~^. HosD., tr'a'tS41iZ2Q,tC+n, i).:..,U.S. ; George 1.,3Shington Univ., i:ashington, D. C., U.S.) EFFECT OF Sti7KI.`:G A STt.Gi.E CIGARETTE 0\ THE "S`tAL1, AIRWAYS". Jour. Appl. Physiol. 34 (No. 3) 3G1-•45 (1973) - in English *1973, No. 10, iJ 4241* *jtt To:)acco MediC ine: p~ n p n 4 0 2 'I 56
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, ,,50254 814~ C1;fford A, . 123 En TIiE E1L'YCLOi LIlIA OP ELEC'TRWREMIST1tY, edited by Clifford A. ItampQl. 19064 1206 p. Reinhold Publ. Corp. New York a 0 3 n 0 n 0 a 2 1 5 7
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N 0 3 Effect of Nicotine on the Development of Fetal and Suckling Rats' ~aiol. NeonatelS: 290-297 (1979) f Dcpartment of Physiology and Biophysics„ Georrctown University Mcdiai School, Washinaton, D.C ' Key Words. Nicotine - Fetus • Newborn • Growth - Nutrition • Dev.lopment 795d. 4s~, Morton R. Simon and Paul Mamosh' -- e Abstract. Nicotine, administered at a dose of 100 ,pg/kg/day from day 14 of gestation, did not affect maternal food intake, weight gain, length of gestation, litter size or fetal development; however, a dat'3y dose of 1 mg/kg led to smaller litter size and higher incidencx of stillbirth. Continued maternal administration of nicotine (100 pg/kg/day) until 12 days post partum did not affect newborn growth (body weight and length and size of heart and lung) during the first week after birth; during the second week, however, the nicotine-treated group lagged behind the controls. Tite stomachs of pyps o3' nicotine-treated rats contained less food than those of controls; this difference increased with age, becoming more than 40% at 12 days. We suggest that lower milk production of nicotine-treated rats interferes with the normal development of the offspring during npeeds pt nw gr&rth?. 1 5 4-
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I _502511 11143J 0 3 81 X HaI Effect of Nicotine on the Development of Fetal and Suckling Rats 1 sio1. Neonate 35: 290-297 (1979) Dcpartment ot Physiology and Biophysics, Geor=ctown University Medical School, Washington, D.C. ' Key Words. Nicotine • Fetus • Newborn - Growth - Nutrition • Ikvelopment Margit Hamosh, Morton R. Simon and f~"~.~."~."y~ ~ Y..t~'~.i~T. ~ Abstract. Nicotine, administered at a dose of 1001eg/kg/day from day 14 of gestation, did not affect maternal food intake, weight gain, length of gestation, litter size or fetal developmcnt; -however, a daily dose of 1 mg/kg led to smaller litter size and higher incidence of stillbirth. Continued maternal administration of nicotine (100 ,ug/kg/day) until 12 days post partum did not affect newborn growth (body weight and length and size of heart and lung) during the first week after birth; during the second week, however, the nicotine-treated group lagged beHnd the controls. Z7ie stomachs of p.yps olnicotine-treated rats contained less food than those of controls; this difference increased with age, becoming more than 40% at 12 days. We suggest that lower milk production of nicotine-treated rats intetferes with the norrnal development of the offspring during S 5 - t)peri9d: q~ ralv# grorth:? I
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I , t 1 Proz,reaa im ex»srimental tmor rnsearch. ParYrr_hs: ttia der P-h-periic.aatelien Fcr-.or- farrctwag. P:agres de la recherehe expzrimin::.it dsa t~r.vrs. L9b0- Phil.d~I1Pi:? i, :.ippi•scott. 0 3 n 4 ~~ ~. 0 2 1 b 8
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1\ 50254 8140 ~ METALS/PESTICIDES/ENVIRONf4ENTAL POLLUTION/BIOLOGICAL DATA/ III Me_-80 S.P. Tt TECHNICALREPORT DATA `-' 1. RE°ORT hJ. E?A-600/1-80-002 4. i1TLE AND SUBTITLE _-. /P(eau read lnsnucnons cn the reversr beiore comatet:nr) i. Levels of Chemical Contaminants in Nonqccupationally Exposed U.S. Residents 7. AvThORIF.1 James W. Holle3an and 9. iERGORMiNG GRGANt2AT{ON NAME AND ADDRESS Info-...at~cn Center Complex, Information Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 i.. SPONSORiNG AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Health Effects Research Laboratory Office of Research and Development - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 O . RE=:PIENT'P...CC6a3sG-% NO. Pfi P n .1 0 3 1 flr, S. REPORT GATE - - ~ i 19'30 , Chem;cal Contaminants Toxic Substances Human-Body Burdens _1Tissue Burdens Multi-Route Pollutants Toxicology : 1HE775 1. N d iG'l%+t: v0. EPA-7 8-D-XC205 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERiG7 CDVERE Final 14. SPONSORiNG a,3ENCY COD6 ' EPA/11 i cal contam'_narts resulting This report is a compilation of information on chemi from environmental pollution and found in nonoccupationally exposed C.S. residents. Listed in tabular form for each of approx1mately 100 elements or compounds are: the tis~e ;e (jom&un'4 w~ ~un2 int t~ ~nge and mean or median of concentra- tion; the number of cases; the analytical methods used for detection, ider.tifica-
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• A 50254 . 8138 VEGETABLES/FRUITS/BEVERAfES/.z,DOeT IFnOD--ANALYSIS/ rfEAT/FISH/POUL.TRY/ TP 370 Dr 1979 1. RfFORT NO. 2. I. RECIFIENT•S ACCESSION NU~' I EPA-560/2-78-007 CAD*iiUM/ FOOD- - • • 4. TITLE AND SUbTITLE . REPORT OATE Cadmium in Foods: A Review of the Idorld`s Literature . PERFORMING ORGANIZATION COOE 7. AVTNOR/S/ /ERFORMING ORGAN/2ATION REPORT NO. John S. Drury and~ 9. IERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT O. Ic~brmation Center Complex, Information Division ak Ridge ::ational Laboratory A AN N• Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 IAG-D7-0151 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND AOORESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT ANO PERIOD COVEREO Office of Toxic Substances Final U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 14.SFONSORING AGFNCVCOOE Washington, D.C. 20460 /5. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES 1.AlSTRAC , .. This study tabulated detailed information for most of the original measure- ments of cadmium in foods published since 1940 and summarizes estimates of dietary intake of cadmium in the L'nited States and foreign countries. Cadmium concentrations are lnAirarAri fnr al.rn,r 1iAA in..d. 14...•A .•.f..>..t.-11.. _...a t.. 1 ..--__ 0 3 fI Q t1 t3 0 x 1 5 0
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% 50254 8154 I RC 267 H 1972 Progress in Experh-nental Tumor Research Symposium on Hatmtcr Pathofogy held at the Museum of Sawcc, Vol. 16 Boston, F1ass., November 1S-:o, 1910 Pathology of the ~ . .. Syrj.an ~` Serics Editor: F. IlwtnuRCtx, Carubridge, Mass. S. Karger - Basei • Muncbco • Paris • London • Ncw York • Sydocy .p. 4 n Q~~ 0' 0 2 6 6
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ENVIRONMENTAL HE71LTH/TOXICOLOGY/I CADNIUM--TOXICII'Y! ;~SQ2S4 8141r ~ 'r TECNNICAI. FIEPORT DATA RA 1231 Ha 1978 (/ lrorr• iro./ buln+r lrn+n url flrr• !r•rria• M•Jrm rnnrydrla+~ ! 1. F1FM~L11 NU. EP11-600/1-7E3-026 . ---_ ._ .._.. .. ..... ... ---• dZ i1tL! A~lL] ~lUUtrTLE ~ Rev11*V3 of the Environmental kffects of Pollutants: IV. Cndmtum Oak Ridge Nat ional Laboratory 10 PROGNAM ELErdENT NO. 1HA616 11.CONTRACI/GNANT NO. ~-auiifuni:; , Jnmci l:dwnrd Huff, Helen M. Draunsteln, . otul .. rury, Cnrnle R. Shriner, Eric B. _l.ewie+, Urndiord_L._ Whitfi_eld,_a_nd LeiRh E.Towi_ll ) PERFU1tMING U/1(iANIZAIIUN NAMt AND AUURESS ^ ~-- Infl~rlnation Center Complex, lnformation Division , Tennensee 37830 1 IAG D-5-U403 Oak Ridge ~12. SPUNtiORING AI;ENCV NAME AND ADDRf SS ' 113. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD CC Health Effects Research Laboratory, Cin-Oli Final._ . ThiR report is a review of the scientific literature on the biological and environmentnl effects of cadmium. Included in the review are a general su^unary and a comprehensive discussion of the following topics as related to cadmium anc specific cndmium compounds: physical and chemical properties; occurrence; ynthe,Vs,~ nd use,•~ a~,aly~~ical mtethodoloRy; biological aspects in microorganisms, plctr~ts, wf~d nd ~domlkti.6 a:~ir.~~a,.~ln da,.~lnd humans; distribution, mobility, and pcratetence !n the environment; assessment of present and potential health and . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cincinnati, Ohio 45219 Office of Research and Development i 1..sPONSORING AGENCr CoDE U.S. F.nvironmental Protection Agency EPA/600/10
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-----,~•, .. i zs....""_.'.."t?~€*~ .. . Il+e.. Pbjv., 3962. t.• 3, pp. atl-;iy - 1 ~ 78 III Si . ; - ' APPLICATION OF~/~lr~!`t ~PI:CTP.OSCOPY IN THE STUDY OF ATOMS A'dD MnLECULES- OF S0] } - ~ - - ~~ ~ M1lMOIRES ORlGINAUX ESCA UNE SPECTROSCOPIE D'PLECTRONS APPLIQUI~E A L'f,-TUDE DE LA STRUCTURE DES ATOMES, ~ DES MOLL`• CULES ET DES CORPS SOLIDES y Pat K. S11:GRAIIN, G NORDLING, A. TAHL-NSAN, R. NORDiiliRG, J. IIIA\fAN, G. )OHANSSnN, T. RI:RG\IARi:, S: F I:ARLSSON (L.ril., er N,aqw dr Plar.riiJi I'l :ppuli) .0 1. L1N()dRI?N :; n. 0(1 •d 0 2 1. .~. &RI:RG . (Ldmw/ 1t tua i. /'I l.im.iN J'l:pp,rl. .t d, nrbr& !r Pbr..ri. A1l, l jpp..li)
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I 1 I I PESTICIDES/ASBESTOS/METALS/BIOLOGICAL DATA/ M0. S . ~ ,.50254 . 8139 TECW41CAL REPORT DATA /Pkau n.d /ncn:.ci. In r ;A rhe reve.u Delore :~enur, /1i1* Ort NO. .P EPA-600/1-80-001 TITLE AND SL+OTITI 4 i. FtE. .. .. _... _ maY 1980 I-- - - --- -- --- 22. I Chemical Contaainants in Nonoccupationally Exposed U.S. Residents ~A~~r+OR13) ~ ~ Ja=es.k'. Hollenan, Michael Ryon, and ~ li. •E w. 00, M /NG OAG+iMILATION NAME AAD AOOR-tsg Information Center Complex, Information Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 12. SrO+rSJPONG AGEhCr NAME ANO AOORESS llealth Effects Research Laboratory Office of Research 2nd Development L'.3. Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 '6. FERFC Checical Contaminants !f Human-Body Burdens e.'EF%FC !iulti-P.oute Pollutants Tissue Burdens Toxic Substances ~o•~R Toxicology :-HE-i 75 ` . N i_. N. I EPA-78-D-.1'0205 33. Tr1.E OF IIEcORT ANO . PERtOO COrE/tEc 14. SPJftS:,wiNG .o3ENCr CCOt EPA 600/11
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\ 72 111 Re- 72 ~.,502.54. 810T ~ S.P. Jour. Cc11.Inter. Sci 1+0(2)(1972) 305-303 Scavenging of Aerosol by a Falling Water Droplet. Effect of Particle Size' '~l~~xn \t. ia:]Zta:R i Uryor(utctif n( f'hwmtxlry rtlid hAifnle .uf Ce:fheid and Skrjare Science, C7arkxoii 0ifJt•ot• uf T•rrhituluYy, 1'olsiluon, \cu• }'urk 1SS76 lteceived \overn}Mr 10, 1tJ"1j Afet•ptotl April 10. 1M3 A watcr droplet with rndiuy ..'st mtn falls frceh•through n tsilvcr chLoride nerosrol euusisting of suhwicnm purticlet 4bf narnoW distrihntiou. The dtuplct nccelerntcd fur a di:<tarcc of •^,0 cm Itritor tio cntcriug the 1:A) crn acrq*ul chautFmr. TFhc cullcctioa etl;cicnc.• w•a3 currclnted by h• - Tli.S R-_'' over the particle radius ruetgc 9.23 to 0.53 X l0'' etn. Wwlwut of the atmtr•pltcric u<•ru-4nl b}• fallittr wz,tr•r druhlct i~ understandable -wLct rain cl~an~c~ the atmm4plterc nnd thc•rt•by one t•utkAidcrs tha t:xttcritnt•tttal ditlivultit•~ enlt;tnrc-~= vi!,ibitit.•, but ir. ;il=o rc.--ttlt- in Tltc furtuation rcpnxluc•ibh• of ac•roruk o --- t ---••==~•L.f~~1u!_* .at1..!l1}1~~~_11?_(it ~'cTtl>C 11M _ ~11:IfU!'Itl >t7.!' and the mthMittellt size ;IIN
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i ~....c.. n, c 6Z --* • ?(19Gw) 2 95 ' 4 - )CX 21eF-D-~-74 Srit.Jour. Explt. Pathol: 25, 1 . THE PHATt3U COLO GY OF PATULIN. . ' ~f/ I ' ' . ~'G W. A. I3ROOlI, -E. Bi7LBRI~G, C. J. CHAP~1.l1.' . . ,, `~-~-- , A.. ri. THOMSON, J. II\GAR, R. WIE\, A:.n G. 1VOOLTE. • • ,. Fro~n the Departmcn.t of Phar,~iacology, L'~iitersity of Oxfcrd. . - Received for publicaticn September 18, 1944. • •PAZCr.ix is the name given by BirkinsL.tia• et al.; 1943, to a substance obtained from Pcrticilliuan patulum, the composition of which is C,li6Oi; the structural forinula bcing :, . . 0.3..:n4n~n~ 1 6- 2
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~k- \ -ws 7;! 50254 81 119 1 1}iCKFNISOV ST RiES ON CC`4TI:~(?nRARY T}i0L'C~1TS TN MA'dACE%iFNT/ HD 69 Ha 1972 2 c. BEHAVIORAL ONCEP1"S IN ANAGCMENT Second Edition California State University, San Diego Dickcnson Publishing Company, Inc., Encino, California, and Belmont, California 0 3 n 4 n 0 0 2 1 6
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- .'. . ~ --- ~ 1 U.S. OI1?T. OF COYM. ~ 1. 1'UItl.l(:ATION uK 1cr.r.m a t..r. ' BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATA ~ SHEET See Item 15 I~ /. 711 LIi AND SUf1TI'fLF: ~ %ia ! Chemistry in the Stratosphere I .a LNo. 7. AUTHOR(S) . D. Garvin, 3. S. Domaiski, and 9. 1'GKh'OkMlf7G OkGANIGATION NAMG ANU AUt>ItliSS D. D. glr.an NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE MASNINGTON, D.C. 23234 12. SpunawinR Oc6anization Name and (:omple'.e Address (Street, City, Sl.te, Z!P) Department of Transportation Climatic Impact Assessment Prograsa Office of Secretary of Transportation :a ~h 3s~ ~tc±nk-DF-Z 4S10 l _..SOZSa atae ~ PB 255 862 'S. P.blicatiun Date Sept. 1975 6. Per(ormint OrAanization (:oJe i. Yer(ormind Orsan. Report No. 10. Project/Task/4'ork Unit No. 3165409 11. Cootracu/(hsat No. 13. Type of Report & 1'eriod Cwrered Final 14. Spoasorina Aaency Code s.s~t LL~n:rtA i No1L~ Chapter 5 in The Natural Stratosphere of 1974, CIAP Monograph 1, A. J. Crobeeker, Ed., Report No. DOT-iM-75-51, 28 pages 16. AIISI KACT (A 2Qaword or leaa lacwal .ummory ol mosf siAni/ieent rnlormstton. /I doeumont includes a s:gnifieanf AiOliagrapRy or lderafure surrey, mentiun it Aere.) This chapter has two objectives. They are (1) to illustrate the problems to be solQd fJ up}av&J,infi(ila7jch(aisQy ck tl2D sklatosphere and (2) to provide tlie quatttitative data ne4ded when chemical reactions are introduced into numerical Toodel inr nf thr• aer~f nenl.nrn Thn rnnf . .1~ .--~ +-• •' • ' Tapt. of Transportation, 41ashington, DC, Sept. 1975).
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50254 8162 e X Me10 73 S.P. Z. Versuchstierk. 14(S) : 271-276 (1972) Ey:PERLMRTAT. STUDIES ON TllE ACCUt•^JL/.TIOX OF It.'tiALED PA.'Z'l.'l.Cj I:S IN Tlil.' LARYNXES OF SYP.IAiI COLD 40N" ~ H.-J. Chevalier and W. Dontenc.•ill With three illustrations (Received on May 5, 1972)
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! 502sa e151 ) I . \ ?brombos. Naemost:n. (Stuttg.), 1975, 39 IR Re2 10 S.p. . "1 Enhancement of Fibrinolysis in Rabbits Exposed to Low and Moderate Levels of Carbon Monoxide ~ Inhibited by Epsilon Amino Caproic Acid Et:xEat V. KALAfAZ, LARRY W; CAA'fER, RORERT L. COLEAIAIY an 104 L From the Oklahoma Afedical Research Foundation, Hematology Research Laboratories, Oklahoma City. Oklahoma 7310-1, and rhe NASA - Lyndon ,13. Jolucsrnr Space Center, Biomedical Research Division, U11-7, Houston, Ttras 77058, U.S.A. The first (control) group of rabbits breathed ambient air ts•hereas the second was exposcil to low level carbon monoxide (CO, 50 ppm M.volume) for 2-3 hr continuously for S wceks. Thc third group was expoccd to 300 ppm CO for 4 weeks. Thc fout-th group was cxposcd to 300 ppm CO for the samc period of time as the third gruup but in addition they werc :lIso givcn % epsilon amino caprctic acid (EACA) or.dh•. and the results compared to Group 111. 1'ercent ox)-hemoglobin (11hO.), per cent hemoglobin (Hh) a nd pcr ccnt carboxyhcmoglobi n(1-1 hCO) M•ere monitored in all groups. Test% of fibrinotysis were monitored and showed acceleration of the wholc blood clot lysis and eu; lnbulin lysis times (ELT). A fibrin plate test confirined the incrcased lysis and serum fibrin and/ur fibrinogen degradation products (FDP) «•eree elc%ated in the CO cxposcd animals. ho ehan~rs a•creobscrved in the same test. in thc rabbits eap~~scd to ambicnt air.7ltc fourth group of animalN recYkind EACA showed inhibition of 1ysis and dc- Q (yrcelc iiaeru~t 1'I~1'. Nph;' '1-antitr) •Itsin and alJth:r2-macro~~lobulin s+ssays in all groups sho%%•ed no changc. ~licnxcoltic c.aminaticm of the largc vessels in these tcct groups shosvea endothclial dcimm~c ahich inclir:rtr.a ttnccihte cimrrr fnr a nl;~cminn rn :~rlivntor rclcase. or
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, 0 . ) ,50254 0163 CIGARETTES--PAPER--BURNING PROPERTIES/ TRANSLATIOK RJR CLASS NO. .,~ -- - FUNCTION OF CIGARETTE PAPER ON THE TREND OF THE QUALITY OF THE END , PRODUCTS. ~ *(A cigarettapapir szerepe a gyartmanyminoseg alakulasaban.)* i D h 1 76 72 o anyipar , 1 9 -4 (1976) (in Hungarian with English abstract) t !. f i... ~A general review of the effect of cigare-tte .paper on the quality of cigarettes. The iporosity of the paper is one of the most important properties affecting the quality of isroke. The author suggests to use the porosity !of paper for the control of burning properties ~of cigarettes. a.3 n () n Q 0 a- t 7- 5 ,~ .
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---------------------------- 50254 8173 RJR CLASf~; iJO. TL":XTBOCIK QA 76 In 1980 f{rowes,A. (ed. ); Carroll,J. (ed. ); HanctFcRys;VQed. ); MAKING COMPUTER CONTROL WORK IN THE PROCESS INDUSTRIES. Institution of Cheroi.cal Engineers, North Western Branch. Menchester, Gt. Brit.,80. (IN : Ei`!G. ) ISN = 7261
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, 1 eckzeh G • Schneider B - S .;~ Dontenwill, W.; Chevallier, H. J.; Harke, H. P.; Lafrenz, U.; ` gA2IST8RS/TOBACCO--SMOKE--9IOLOGICAL TESTINGi CANCE'k'-iANIMAL TES~ING/- V~025k •. 9160 ~ j T 74 X Dol TOBACCO--SMOKING--ANIp1AL EXPEPWEAS NO. PAMPHLET 74 X Do, `• s.:•.:.,.•.:a~ .f. . r. .. S<1mtnary) 3605 Syrtan 6olden amsters were exposed to ctegarette smol.e andfor curctnorentc sub:tanres for (Forschunginstitut Cigaretteinind., Hamburg, Ger.; Institut Biomet. Med. Inform., Ned. Hochschule, Hannover, West Ger.) •GENERALIZED A.*fYLOIDOSjB IN SYRIAN GOLDEN-HAMSTERS IN LONG TER,`t EX- ~ PERIM.ENT WITH CIGARETTE SMOKE. *(Die generalisierte Ar.tyloidose des Syrischen Goldhamsters bei ehronischen Berauchungsversuchen.)* .~ Zeitschr. Versuchstierk. Bd. 16. 65-A4 (tQ74) (in German with I:.•-'- h .~ a their a•hole Lfespan. The dtstributinn of amylotdosts as a•ell as thetr stages a•erc evaluated aith rcgard to age and treatment of animals. Moreover, the influence of the amy loid kidney on cartiiac hypertruptty and the vascular system was studied. Results of experiments show that the amyloidosis is a sponta- neous disease normally developing with inrreasing age in more than 90°o of the animals. An inUucnre of treatment could not be proved. *1974, No. 9, W 3756* *d* Tobacco medicine: _~
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I / \ ,50254 8168~ I =~'= ..~,-._;., ...1 _. ..... ..;> ~::...-. _~.... . COAICEPT AflVERi'ISTNf,, A NkW JApLE- F0t A:aYPRTISIW. YN NEW PRODUCT RWSRhR.e.N ~1N,,l D&YrZtUPh1ENZ' Tb1t COKSUM% AIVD IKDUS:RIlkl. _~ . . 6 j)Z,^ :?t ., _ ..w.. ~~ 0 0n 0 0 2 1 8 0
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1 f i 174 X Le . .; PYRIDINEjTORACCO--PYkIDi*:E/NICOTlNE--PHAR*L1COL0GY/ _50254 8167 ~"° SMOKING ANll HEALTH/ TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITTES/7ODACCO--YNAR.v.ACOLOGY, • RJR CLASS NO. PA?tPHLET 74 X Le ~ Leslie, G. B. Ireson, J. D. ; Sturraan, C. ~ . ~ Pharmacol. Res. Comr.:un. 45 (No. 4) 341-65 (1973) (in English) *Keywords:* nicotine. i. (NorCh East London Polytechnic, Dep. Appl. Biol., Stratford, Ct. IIrit.) SOME PtiAR:%MCOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF PYRIDINE. . f *1974, No. 23, FI 8827* *d* Tobacco uedicincs ... ~:' -. . ''
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50254 9174 , i:N ~;t:FiT3- -1t: tso "igrI fxi7 S'rV J. P. Yb'rrvw;tcaet?r.•i ,nd 1). E. Fiand a JCd I;~3. 2> l77-•7.;S (JL9Et)3
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_~._.,~... 4 2scfev .,, F. 'I'',r; r: LI1_U.'r,Y.• z""~.•-~'s~,,f.~,, A::;a;~ i~S:~^;I~I'n' F~ ; r._ :Y '+.". nr.:7+ t I`i+~ ~ r._...:... P.;~i~ .l::;': p by i Cctober 26~-"5, 156~ r,yo : t4:-nists ,esaaa cs Co::ferescap i.evtzetaa i.a-e'4uz:v --..c-•:;> : -o ~ a o n o ;~
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l I .l Te1 , „` (I97('~renton I:xpsrluvnta1 Wioretory .Aninal Tf:LACO G£iTE CO.TrS'Rb~.?.£t) ;iZO IiIAwtSMS. (?'rrntca EznertrentLl L•sboraCc;.; :t<<_~•~cl Cosapsnq 7nforczation Buliet4n *:a. 2.) :S7C yr L~*~ •Q ~ Rar Tl.arbox, Mp:iaz I ~ 3 ~I V t/ •I 02 1 7 0
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. _~~ ..: ~. 50254 t TERMS Gessner G Hawley ~` Flita; COHDENSED CHEMICAL DICI'IONARY ' Ceeditor, ENCYCWPEDU OF CHEMISTRY .. . - . S ~.I Y -4 '. ww rowc Ca..~a~ ~tr{.wo~ auL~s E~w ® VAN NOSTRAND REINHOLD COMPANY wuwca.oo. . . . . -. . -. . .. . . . .. _ .. . .. - ~ _ . _ _ ` •.} • _ . . _ - .. .. -~-. . a~a6 ~ REF CHEMISTRY--DICTIONARIES/DICTIONARIES--CHEMICAL/ Q DICTIONARIES--SCIENTIFIC/ I 123 Ha GLOSSARY OF - C-mkiag Cb-iml 9 1976 ~ ~ IA CHEMICAL -
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1 1 1 01 .a „_~o25t1 -e157 VI Re -77 parenchyma was observed in the early stages. Later, the alveolar epithelium was sloughed off, and frequent mitosis in- ~ dicated regeneration. Adenomatous areas were also observed in+ which the alveolae were lined by cylindrical cells. In some cases i tsLe bronchial epithelium was atypical. There is no indication ofA carcinogenic activity of nitrogen oxides. CW]G_ J ~ LACK OF CARCINOGENIC ACTION -OF NITROE'sEN OXIDES IN GOLDEN Y1IAMSTERS. Fehlen elner cancerogenetti Wirkung von nitrosen Gasen beim Goldhamster S.P.9 Experientia 24 (1) 55 (1968) . ` t... :n"ctinn.'onlu--tlnriwta in-dsn.LipuoLCCrC) Summary. Continuous exposure of golden hamsters t( ~_ /37531d Lack of carcinogenic action of nitrogen oxides in golden hamsters. W. Ross and D. Hensrhler (Univ. Wuerz- nitrous fumes (40 ppm NOa + 20 ppm NO) for up to 1~ •~ burg, Ger.). Espericntia 24(1), 55(1963)(Ger). Golden ham- months revealed no carcinogenic action of nitrogen oxide i sters (40) were subjected to 40 ppm. AO, + 20 ppm. NO con- in the lung nor in other organs. t tinuously for 16 months. Fresh air was supplied for 1-2 hrs./day during cleaning of the cages. No malignant tumors were ob- W. RossundD. HENSCHLEF served in the lungs or other organs, and the changes were similar to those already observed in mice. After 1 month, massive pathologistAes Institut und Instihd /iir Toxikologie tonm t ngs of ss le nwa7veolarpepit el ao a d tsomet mep•s aalso uxd I'barmahologie der Uniuersitat al'iir:bnrg swollen interstitial cells. Inflammation of the bronchi and (DeutseAland), It. SeptemLer 1967. 0 3 0 0 n 0 0 2 1 6 9
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. ~ ~.~ .. , _,".. .. 11 502Sa 81 S9 74 X I3o TOBACCO--S"tOKE---BIOLOGICAI. TES1`ING/TOBACCO--S~tOf:INC--ANIMAL EXPEP.I~fE`'TS '. f.. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET ':74~ 7X= Do Dontenwill, W.; Chevalier, H. J.;.Harke, H. P.; Lafrenz, 0`;' ; Reckzeh, G.; Schneider, B. ~ 1 (For,schungsinstitut Cigarpttenindustrie e.V., Hamburg, Ger.; Inst. { Biometrie Medizinische Infornatik Med. HSCH Hannover, Wager) - ;+~TAMSTEP.S/.OBACCO--SitOKItJG--CAI',DIOVASCULAR EFFECTS/ - - - - , T ~ :,,. THE EFFECT OF LONG-TER.`t CIGARETTE SMOKE EXPOSURE ON THE CARDIO:'ASCULAR SYSTEM OF SYRIAN-GOLDEN-HAMSTERS. 4"*(Einwirkung der chronischen Berauchung auf das kardiovasculare Systen des Syrischen Goldhazsters.)* t ! , t Virchows Arch. Abt. A Path. Anat. 361, 147-62 (1973) (in German with English summary) ~ - *1974, No. 2, W 515* *d* i' Tob'acco medicine: \ 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 7 1
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! :.c'L. • 50254 8176 ~ ~ ' f !'.J 6 ; t 6U Pi1 Un . 1 YEN Q F 2'i?- A: :Ii'F 5 t, .r;:i:I: S CF i:a: 1:U:2:0 S'SAs::5 i Sc, , ., c2. 2, Sch::;i. 3, ~ 4, j'ol.Lt. :iChCd. -,O, "Ci.^.. ~ 6, 7 k?^~s. , i , gton, P. C. ~
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XXI Me-8A- _ _. {., 5025q 816a ~ S.P - , S~3 Studies on microbial glucose isomerase: 4. Characteristics'of immobilized . ~ whole-cell glucose isomerase from Streptomyces spp. Young H. Park. T. W. Chung and Applied Biochemlary Lboratory, Konra /nstitute oJScienceaid TecJualw, P.O. Bar 131. tbqg Doe blun, Senul. Korev (Received 19 September 1979; revi.ed 26 )anuary 1980) ( IVhok-ceAShrcox bomenrie from a StreptomYat tpp. was Gnmobilised by entrapment in rektin ~ matrices tsoulinked with sbrtanldehyde. The nsrltant pemobilised enzyme preparation had up to I0X recovery yield oJ the activity and showed reldi.ely lond rirbikitiu during storage and the iio- merisinj reaction. The storage halj-d'Je of the pnpantfon was 19 months of S'Cand the half-life ojthe enzyme duni+t operation war 260 dayt in the proaence oJ1 mM Co?'.nd 80 daytln the absence of the metal ion. Optimum pNand temperatNrr were 7.5 and 70-75°C, respectively. The ICm .aluex for glucose and fructose were 0.29 and 0.46 Al, respectively, with a maximum theoretical conversion yield ojS6x. The simulation results based on the nrrertlbk one,rrbrrrate enzyme kinetic modelapeed well with the experimental data obtained from a b.tch reactor. The continuous operation oJpacked ~ bed reactors demonstrated that some effects ojthe external JUm dijfwton redstance were apparent at low flow rates oJthe iubttrate eed iobrtion, whereas the internal pore diffusion resistance was /~cslr~(e rp~ the~det s#e tuln t~y work . , - , a a + •~~' `+j 1
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, 1 /' . $025 4 815 2 ~ s VI To-79 S.P. Many tobacco aroma constituents are C1 nor-urotenoids havina the oegastigmne . carbon skeleton. The biogenesis of t6~se compounds is readily explained by ~ simple oxidative cleavage of the 9,10 double bond of the leaf carotenoids. A large nuaber of C to C13 co:ponents appear to arise from further reactions of : these primary proaucts, 6ut few compounds which might arise from cleavage of the~ 5.6 bond to give acyclic nor-carotenoids have been identified. However, such ~ compounds have been proposed as internediates in the formation of known tobacco ~ components. This, and previous related work, prompted us to examine the acid i catalysed reactions of lonol and danascol epoxidas. a-lonol-4,S-epoxide and 8- ~ ionol-5,6-epoxide were available via the keto epoxides from the tobacco con- stituents, a- and B-ionone. The corresponding a- and 8-damascol expoxides were ; prepared fram a- and B-damaseol, respectively. These alcohol epoxides vere , treated with acid under nild eonditions, the products were analysed by gle/su, !and the aajor products were identified. For example, 6-ionol-5.6-epoxide ltreated at ambient temperature with aqueous sulphuric acid and dioxan (as co- solvent) gave as major products; 6,6-dimethyl-undec-9-en-2,7-dione and eega- stigma-S,8-diene-4-one, which were isolated by column ehrooatograph and charac- tarised by the usual spectroscopic techniques. The meehanisa of this reaction and sisilar.tranaformtions will be discussedL_ •A.. 0 o x 1 6 4 - (in English) . TOBACCO--CAROTTNOInS/TOP.ACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ TOBACCO--CHEMISTRY/ RJR CLA.SS NO. PAMHLET VI To 79 s. p. r^r~erial Tol,rcco Lt .. 'eserrch T)en.. Bristol. Ct. Rrit. ) „ o , A. J. *l. ; I11~; Sadd, J. S. 1'J:1:CTI0:1S OF T0Bl.CCA Y,IiL.1'I•ED P:O*CAI'.OTkaOID EPOXIDES. Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 33rd, tape, Lexington, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 1979) % s a .
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50254 8181 TOBACCO--NICOTINE-1'-N-OXIDE/ • RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 VI Ph ~- Phillipson, J. D. , Handa;":S.' S. -~.~. (Univ. London, Sch. Pharm., Dep. Pharmacog., London, Ct. Brit.) NICOTINE-1'-N-OY,IDE FROM SPECIES OF NIr_<7IANA. Jour. Pharm. Pharmacol. 27 (No. 5) 88 (1975) (in English) *Keywords:* nicotine-1'-N'-oxide, green, constituent.
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. 5025a 8161 ItLSP£RAIORY nRGANS--DISI.A.SrSI ?y-ITROCrN c0`fYOUNns=-?Qt,F UTIO' M IRO~ilfENTAL IICALT}i/UISEASFS--VAUSES A`D TlIF:Ot. ^PS-jDF CA'JSl~`fIQ~1/ MIC.E/ II HeAl-73 }{AMSTFRS/Ci'.I:O:IIU" TRtOY.IDF/NICI;CI. OXIDF:/i7ITP.Q.;EN AICOXIDE/:.: eo , nJt.___t r.....~ ~ -~ -" Report No. ii-1Y.i-Ltl (Final Report) ^ sINTERACTIONS OF VARIOUS QIR POLLUTANTS ? •ic. .7:a •, a~aa.u~iLU L4LA11:11 i11tu J[SI-CS• 1J• I'CnLCrS -024 CAUSATION OF PL'LMIONARY li15k:A5Z ~ ~` ~"t• 'ElvviPb":#~nental Protection Agency Research Triangle Faric = Attention: Dr. David Coffin The report presents a summary of various • studies" on the ef.fect of Texposure to fiitrogen dioxide, chrornium tiior.ide, and nickel oxide oR the resistance of el:peritnental anircals to bacterial and Yiral infcction. The following studies were conducted in tl-.6s research proSram: (1) Long-term exposure of'squirrel monkeys to 110 (2) Interaction of Nickel Oxide and Respi.ratory.•Irifection in Hamsters; (3) Interaction of Chromium Trioxide and Respiratory'infection in t•iice;:and (4) Irtcsune Response in Mice during Lonfi-term NO2 exposure. This last study. ~. ' has not been completed, hovever, all data available to date are sun~narized in the 0 ~ tl 0 n 0 0 x i 73
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~-- . :a--_ > / -- -f so2sa e16s ~ AVI'I.IM'D ANP t:NYntQNNE\TA6 t~tl('Itnl'.IU1./X:Y, Apr.1979.t6711J-7fl7 ~/~~ ~/OT.$7,N0.4 p rrj-2t4u/7r/at•o7a5-oat~ut.lx)/o ~ (/! Extraction of Glucose Isomerase from Streptomyces flauobriseust XXI Me-79 W. . 1'. CH1:N,' A. W. ANT11;ItSON,1' AnnANNUNNOO Dcparlmenl of Jlficrobinlnryt nnd U.S. Ihparhnenf of A{;ricullure, Science and Education Adminisfralion- !'edcral Ifcsc•arcA, bregon S1ulc Unircrxify C.orccrlli., Orcifon 97331 Received for publication 31 January 1979 Cationic detergent (cetyltrimethylammonium bromide or cetylpyridiniurn chlo- ricle) treatment extracted almost the same amount of glucose isomerase frunl cells of S[rcplomi•ces flut•o,;riseus as mechanical disruption (sonic oscillation or abra- sive grinding).'!'he specific activity of the enzyme extracted with cationic deter- gents was approximately 20k• higher than that liberated by mechanical disruption. Microbial enzymes are usually extracted by mechanical disruption (sonic oscillation, abra- sive grincling, holuugenizatiun, or treatment with a French press) of the cell wall. The commonest method used in laboratories for the extraction of glucose isomerase is sonic disruption (2, 7, 10, 11). Abrasive grinding i-c also employed for the enzyme extraction (6, 12). However, mechanical disruption of the cell wall is time consuming and expensive and is not suited to large-scale pro- ~~du~on o(• enz,kme~ µ'easiy~ lit~cratld by au- tolysis. C atiodnriAc detergents such as cetylpvridin- ium f•hlnrirlP nrrartnrvTtrimnrttvL•immnnitrni A strain of S. flacogriscus was isolated from soil and used for this study. The organism was grown at 30°C for 48 h on a medium containing 1.0% straw hemicepulose, 2.51o corn steep liquor, and 0.1% 1v.gSO4-7H,0. The pli of the medium was adjusted to 7.0. Straw hemiccllulose was prepared by the method of Chen et al. (1), and corn steep liquor was provided by Clinton Corn Processing Co. (Clinton, Iowa). After the incubation period, the medium was centrifuged out, and the cell mass, (mycelium) was washed twice with distilled water. The cell mass was resuspended in 0.05 M sodium phos- nt\AIP hnffnr fnN 7 f11 TFtn r-lo;-... rnll c...•..:.n_
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NDENCE/MOTIVATION/PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY/ 50254 8188 BEHAVIORALMSCIENCE/SMOKIONGG&/HEAIDTHjOLOGY/PSYCHOSOMATIC ME i ` BF 30 Ey 1973 (I HANDB OK_OF,;Y ABNORMAL SYCHOLOGY EDITED BY Professor H. J. Eysenck Ph D, D Sc Prol.uor of PiYcholoyy. f/n/wishy of London = Robert R. Knapp, Publlsher San Diego, California 92107 ~.i i) ,) ,1 1) 0 i1 1
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COAL TAR/IIYDROCAREONS, POLYNUCLEAR/ 76 III Pia Bunseki Kagaku (T,ikyo) 21(11), 1471-3 (1972) 50254 8182 AN ANALYTICAL tiET110D FOR PJLYNUCLEAR HYDROCARB0NS IN COAI: TAP.. By liidetsuru Matsushita et al Yoshio Esunii, Akira Suzuki, and TaRas~Fi~ "Iland~t ~ s• S T S INCORPORATED, Scientific Translation Service, Ann Arbor, riich. 0 63 il 0 {1 '-) ij 2 1 9 4
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50254 8177 TOBACCO--ARSENIC--DETER~RNATION/ TOBACCO--ANALYSIS/ 72 VI Re-77 ~ 7 S. P. Narida; A.]-C.; Johri, K. N. RJR CLAS S N0. PAMPHLET 'Ijo2 V1_ Re ~ 7 _ :.-. ;s. .•. (Hindu Coll., Dep.:Chem.,.Maurice Nagar, Delhi;•Univ. Delhi, Dep. Chem., Delhi) " SELECTIVE MICRODETERMINATION OF URANIUM USING V"EISZ RING OVEN TECEINIQUE: S OF ARSENIC IN TOBACCO APPL7CATION TO AN INDIRECT DETERMINATION OF TRACE AMOUNT. ~ , ~ t~*Keywords:* arsenic, cured, constituent. A procedure for the mlcrodctermtnatlon *of uranyl tons fn the presence of a large number of adverse tons , har been described Involving the use of the %S•elss rln¢ //1 oven. The chromorcnle reagent that has been erp. plojycd ls the schllf base of N,V-dimcthyl-p-phcnylene• j dtamLne and sallcylaldchyde whlch, under the spec/Aed ' conditions, gives a red-coloured product with uranyl ~ tons. The visual IdentlAcatlon range has been found to be 0•07-1•d µQ of uranyl Ions prescnt ln the 22 mrn ~ diameter r1nQ. The present procedure for uranyl fons has also bccn extcnded to the trace amount determina~ tloa of arsenlc fn tobacc0. . h) 1976) (in Englis Indian Jour. Chem. 14A, 294-95 (Apr.
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•IIINe-73. Sep. 2 Indian 0i1 ;and Soap Jour. 27 (8)(1962);73-8 • ._Esses~~:k'41 O'sl of d.1entha 1`~.rvensis • ,'3y (Miss) S. Malla = V. S.* SbuL•la ; h,. C. Nignm & 1:: j,.: Haudn`-. (Rcgional Research Laboratory, Jammu) t The Japanese mint introduced in Jammu and Kashmir State through the . courtesy of (JNESCO rrrre-brought.iuto .a....large.-scale cultivation at Chnkrohi (900 ft.) and Katra (3,000 ft.) Tae plants yicld 2 to 3 pcr ccnt of oil (on -dry ~ basis) 'coritaining 70-80 -per. cent of inenthol. The natural oil, on repeated chilling and filtration yiclds on an average 40-50 per cent rnenthol and 50-60 per cent denlentholis'ed oil. After, the seperation of mcrthol the dcmentholised oil still contains 24 per cent of combincd and 45 percent of free rucnthol. , In the present investigation a further quantity of menthol (41.7%) was isolated from the dcmentholiscd oil by preparing its borate ester. The re-denlrntholised oil was "..r,~+ho- rnnctitllCnts prescnt in it. As indicated by the physico-chcmical 41 tj
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Q 123 Na 1976 ARCIIEr ~ l u t. l.a ~ J~ ~~i ~~ 50254 etas ~~~ ~ R 4N ~`~ ~.. ~ )=rJUlR-I-E'-.NTFJ FDITRON Gordon P. MIcKinnon, Editor Keith Tower, Assistant Editor RIA1'IONAL FIRE hciOTECTIOPJ ASSOCIATION Boston, fhzssachusetts __ . ._.,..,.. ~~-.,.~. 7
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50254 8186 Q ,Z%19 Se 1963 PDDL . ~ ENGLISH LA2.GUAGE--GF`cltM.NtAR/ Madeline Sernmelmecer e! Le(..j.,. Cbit.ta I.ilit Stioelr. Fl.uw+: Cti:rro T.a6nt F,rsinr Sr1oo1, RcornJr U.4rv.uh. +1 Naw..! Cal"ir8 el EdC.tMa lod Ilunald O. Bolander ' vM'K/YYI 6~I[rW• C-II/ IaNiqll INSTANT . EI~TCrLISH -4•DBC3On:.: _ An Authoritaave Guide and Reference on GP.A2.SMAR, CORRECT USAGE, and PUNCtUATION Aubtuhai by CAREEF. INSTITUPE SSS F-st Isnge Sueec Dfundelein, Illinois 600GU
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r- 50254 8190 .~:~~?"`!~b°° FiR`',AAr ;.•.' ' t . t Uo. l~,:i;: 1:9821 11,111s. 20Cio. 1. Adhesivez. 62-15~"? ; Libtary of Congeess l~l
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50254 8184 REF. Q 123 Ki 1975 FEDERAL CONSUMER ~ROD~JC~' S.~.L{,~~_~,' t~.~'~' '~` Inchi4dr'ns THE FLDI?RAT, HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ACT '1'IiI: FLABi11ABLi: 1~ ABHICS ACT F,t THE POISON PREVENTION 0 ,'ACKAGIi'G ACT TIIIs' I{I:FRIGEKAi:OR SAFETY ACT ?it/c 3 c 3 HANDBOOK SrRIES ~` By WILLIAM KIMBLE of the Arizona Bar and Adjunct Professor of Law, University of A rizona S1'. I';AUL, MINN. 'PUELISHING CO. 297G
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SrCOND' EDITION L'dited by IRVING SKEIST VAN i`JO 3+IRAND RCiNi-IOLD COMPANY NEWYORK CIN,~tNN1TI ATi.ANTA DALLAS SAN FRANCISCO LOND"JN TORONTO IdEL[iOUl0;E t -. , :, .. . iJ 1 ~i ~~ .~' '~) -l i)
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50254 8195 REF Q 123 Un 1976 Editor TI D-26608 Richard Dennis GCA/Technology Division, GCA Corporation Bedford, Massachusetts Prepared for Division of Biomedical and Environmental Research and Division of Reactor Research and Development U. S. Energy Research and Development Administration Published by Technical Information Center 1976 Office of Public Affairs U. S. Energy Research and Development Administr.ition
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, ;_so2sv e169~_ ._ . ~~ . r )\o. !h ~ 19u7 Ch.m. Pharnrrlt oIL Ul1C 517,91.t)i : 517•VJ.2,07 jlittu,ta;:_1<;r~,ty:u1) 77tc Prc)r,tratiun uf fu;ctl Riu;; rt,r-t'nsaturatcd LactonCs ttsin;; 1-it!riutu 1:1hoxyacctylide• S} nthc,;cs uf ~yil,tidroactinidiulii c and Actinidiolidc, anJ 1'artial ~ynlltc~is of I)iAytlrosccuriuinc a %r:.-tc:nt 1{ovn, 3)as-ttu'ut ITo, )ssn \(tx.txt, Ai.•lsasntr,t'. Y:•sr%ucnt, , j4tttfWVApAo" Jnd TAKl:FL'MI iltoMoSE , . /•:+crrlry of Sairntrt, Osaha Lhut•rrjiryll (lcccri.al I'cLru.iry ?7, 1970) T!,c :yntl,r•;.> or(: )-dd.~.hr~+.aiui.liohdr and nnJ ;o4rlial s}nttu•sis of u.h~•Jrc,~:crinim• • crc rt•:cnlr•.1: i.iliruut tth.txt,acrt)ii fc ptorcriu-e ica+ sl:uwn to Lc it c ctct rrctb"l /r.r tl.c prtl•ira'iou uf 1uad rirr}: r.(t-unaaturatol L:ci.,rrcc. `f7ie u,(3 uusa!ur.ttt•d ;-1;:rtr:n,•; fu<ctl mitlt thc Iwntucyrlic tinl; :y->trm nt•a:c «idcly iit I.I;tnts, b.a (r•.c sy ntltrtic ;tati,~ra~••: i.v thn:r ~,,tl-Ltttcmrlitic ha~:c l.cen rctrtrtctl tatile a largc l.unclxi t-f ),rr., rc!uici I.alc lK:n (lrtehthcd fn:' tL•):c of ltot,-fu rtl rinj .y-;tr•tn•=> In toarr,.:- ~ry ~~r }rx~/t ~Il: 1~ sy~ rti~] tr.lk~rf I;t~ w:r •. a j•r:.ulr trf lactuni.: al!c tlnitic, th~•rc It~; V 1•7 l~en cr6 t tt t~( (•.t e:cl trrn; r,~l-uri,~:uratrd y Ltrt.at:r;
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\'~, . .50254 8171 . , ; . f LRtIORi..O EPA-560/2-75-00 I3 i.lllE! ANDltv40l1lLf ^ III Bu2 7.Environmental Hazard Aseest,nent of One and Two Carbon S,p, ~ Fluorocarbons t r -0.-3 7. AUTMORI 1 P.R. Howard, P.R. Durkin, p. RECIPIENT'a ACCESSIOMNO. S. REPORT DATE I Spnrn nr 1Q](, . PERFO MiNO OROANIZATION CODE PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT !. SURC TR-74-572.1 10. PROGRAM EIEMEN NO. D.PERFORMINO ORGANiZAT1ON NAMt AND AUDRE91 ' Life Sciences Division 'Syracuse Univcrsity Research Corporation Merrill Lane, University Heights S racuee, New York 13210 _ 12. SPONSORINO AGENCY NAME AND AOD/1ESS I Office of Toxic SubetanceH 11U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Washington, D.C. 20460 , vU. S. Dept. Commerce, Na RA O. EPA 68-01-2202 17. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COV E R: pinnl TpGhniL81_Rannr~ 11. SPONSORING AGENCY CO__~O k. Tech. Inform. Serv. ' - -- -- 1`h3e report reviews the potential environmental hazard from the commercial use of large quantities of eaturated, one and two carbon fluorocarbon compounds which are used for the moat part as aerosol propellants, refrigerante, solvents, foaming agents, and fire extinguishing agents. The following seven compounds were of major interest: trichlorofluoromethane, dichlorodifluoromethane, chlorodifluoromethane, trichlorotrifluoroethane, dichlorotetrafluoroethane, chloropentafluoroethane, and ;:owot:i:lu;.rowethane. Information on physical and chemical properties, production methods and quantities, commercial uses and fact~re ~ffeFtireg_ eny~rotlmentpi r,pntcmination as well as information related to il1ealt~ a~h13 bliblo~ a~ef~ect~jar.hreviewed.
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50254 8198 -..r.:r.>.......,.,...a....-.....~-_.._ . f.r}: enG h?giI1:) A. f'11.;.;t`c tt't'i3.!.:.Il :ieY-j.C::, 1'UtiJ1 LOB :iO, , _::~a Vttr 0u3i"~ Hf~al[I) Service, ;~u.e ^, ... L):'. .~.~! :311'I \ ~
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TOBACCO--TURKISfi/TOBACCO--FLAVOR & OROR/ 50254 8183 . .. . . i; . . 78 VI Vi RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 VI Vi Vig, 0. P. ; Sharma, S. D. ; Bari, S. S. ; Handa;)4.V:r:,K. fW (Panjab Liniv,, Cl-,ein. Dep., Chandigarh) ' SYNTHESIS OF (+)-3-,%1ETHYL-6-ISOPROPYL-9-OXODECA-2(4/),4(E)-DIEVOIC Indian Jour, Chem. 1SB (No. 1) 89 (Jan. 1977) (in EnRlish) *Keywords:* (+)-3-methyl-6-dsopropvl-9-oxodeca-2 (E),4(E)-dienoic cured,constituent. 5,5.1ahyl.nc.Iinny-?•i.rrprnl.yl•I,cv:rnal (11) ~ on tl~nrlilird \1'iitiQ rcacliun uitll cihyl ( •mrthy:-Jronf- y.rliclh~Ildu»phonncrnlnu:NC fullnwcd by .,cl.ciMitu- ~ tiun :rfTniAs t•tlql ( L)•.l.~r~cihyl-G-lr•n3~t.rpyl•9-nmo- drC l-2(/:),4(/:)-rlirnnalC (1\'). H.ICf (IV) nn :.11ct11itIC~ h)•.Iro1p-iN funti.hcs tlrc Ii1lC :.cid (1). ACID. acid, 9 a
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\ 50254 8203 ,-, ~- ti-~.zAN. :LY~~~ s^f 1 --, >T ; , ..Litallilir~-..>as:.x iilFU'•1'iL~.?, 1rV':~2~ A?:: ( "1 ~ (~.it-,.r... . t
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~ozzaou0 u~o ~ S'IOSO~±'A'r .{O 531:~V.!dO?!d 7.YJT.tdO p;Aed :S ~ - -- ..- r ` ~ E6t8 t~SZOS ~.
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\ t 50254 8201 { Q5 Kn 1979 ;~ Daniel R. Knapp Department ojOharmacoloye. Medical Unirersit,r ojSouth Carolina. Charleston. South Carolina A Wiley-Interscience Publication JOHN WILEY & SONS New York • Chichester • Brisbane • Toronto J
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\ . 50254 8199 AIR-•-I't~LLFTTION--LAIJS/tiIT.--POLLL'TION--TIF.ALTh EF'F'ECT/ ~~ T REF I W-- i23 T~~ ""'V' B a WILFRID BACIi ~ ANDERS DANIEL,S University of Hawaii TIIE OILIENlA.L PUI3LISIIIA'G COMPANY Honolulu, 1975 :J J i! l/ t~ 1 k~ !} 2 1 1
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50254 8204 4 ELECTROCHEMICAL ANALYSIS/ANIONS/ELECTROCHEMISTRY/ QD 115 Wi 1979 Del e Y m- I nat ior~i W John Williams School of Chemistry, University of Bath Butterworths London Boston Sydney Wellington Durban Toronto 6
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50254 8206 ~ REPORT I,'RITING/TECNNICAL WRITING/WP.ITING/ Ref: r~.3 J .)- ,`) t I i I of Papers in American Chemical Society Publications AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY WASHINGTON, :? 141 t ~s D. C. 1978 . ; ! t ~
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50254 8200 RJR CLASS N0 . TFX7Es0UK Ref. Q 123 Me GI 123 Me Q 1 23 Me Archer Meites,L. (ed.); Ref. Q 123 Me - 2 c.; Q 123 Me - I c.; Q 123 Me Archer - I c. The Center for Professional AdvanceMent.East Brunswick, NJ 0881b-0994 . I SN = 3995
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, 50254 8197 TOBACCO--ECOi:O:IIC.S /CIGAP.E2TES--S'.10?:IiIG/CIG/',RI:TTCS--PItODUCTIO::/ TOBl1CC0--LiA.VUFACTUKT, AND TI'.ADI:/ U S Di:PAI:TDfhNT ..J ±123 Un 1, i-A,NL1BOOK i1973 OF AGRICULTURF., F. 1 AGRICULTUR^1. 11A`dDlit)OIC ,;0. 455. ' "- ~~R#~~~ ~;'~~ i~'~' ~~~ , ~ l~% 13). f :. 1 . 1 ~9 . .~ l . : .. :~.. i,;~.w. OCTQDER 1973 For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Covernnient Printing Office Washington, D.C. 20-102 M-0 . . ~ n_..~ ...`i., i i,. .,1 .~ `~. .i~_~_._. _ .
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. 50254 8205 _.,,AxRi:ai.;il.:~":~'::::1;=:"'. .~ L a J Co t'rm-As:r,e, I'!on-;I.ts Maxv-.•c:a. ed. T~~.!i:i~>f)Q~C of ai~lliiull J)ULE°11lS ;~l• ~'Ult _luine, ;~:l.or :., claei; S. ll. ,tuss, nsoctnto edltor. \: w '1'orlc, Mcflrn-w-Hi11 t19C*1; 1 v (vark.,us gnglngm) lllus. 2;, cm. Iti.'iud(-, bibl(ogr:iphies• 1. Enginf-r.rtng lnstccu^;it:., x. Title. TtL1G.J.GCJ t)20 t~l:) •-~.J: Libt•ary (il Gnigress tJ-1)
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50254 8192 OD 549 Sa 1979 ,,. 0 „ Second EditEan 1 PAUL A. SAtSIDEf''S. E= t~`~d. D. . u ' ~ , j Nffl ~ Il Formerly Research Associate Freon® Proda; ts Lab-ratory E IL du Pont d! Nemours & Company Wilmington, Delaware VAN MOSTRAND REINr1OLD CJiVQANY New York Cincinnati Atlanta Gallas San Francisco London Toronto Meltourne f .j 4 , ; ~ , C~. . r.i'A .. • .. . . . i i~
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,z.~ ~43 ; ' Anertc.an Chr•m±cc]. Socicty Publication ts 'IMU;DDOOR'~'t3~t~ JOl3"ct"fa.S w -'?`r''. SOC7CIY 1967 125 Pagos Wzshington, D. C. .,..-.-.-. a-.s. -~ .. -.. _..~,. _ . ~..~_-.-. _... ,., , 50254 8208
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/ I . . ~ , ,50258-8.21 3 ) _ IRef. ( I 123 Ha r;;r.• ,• 1. th pi- CJ~.}l~:!~fIS'I'RY /:rin 1it 1~. . edited hv H. C. Dat^ns P. 1~. recch, an3 A. .T, rc3ldcrrn . I,)•ifi 735 Y+,-vt;eg . 'i'#je Y.,c}r)3 rultli-;hin£ i7o. C1ev^land ,...~.~.•,~-.......-.-.,..,.. 0 3 0 0 A 0 0 2 2 2S
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VIII Me -81 S.P. 4 , I L. D. Kapoor K: Lr?`~~41a ,~ Tej -$ingh Drug Research Laboratory, Jamniu. 30th August 1955. T 50254 8180 ~ A SHORT NOTE ON THE CULTIVATION OF VLYCYRRNIZA GLABRA (LIQUORICE) IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR. I ti Liquorice root of commerce consists of the rhizomes and roots of Glycyrrhisa plabra (Linn.). The plant grows wildly and is also cultivated in Southern Europe, Russia and some Middle East countries. It is reported to be growing in some parts of the Western Frontier districts of Pakis- tan also. The plant does not grow in any appreciable quantities in India, but it has been reported to be growing in the Anda- man islands. The main bulk of the sup- plies of liquorice root in India is import- ed from abroad through the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan. Preparations of liquorice are used as laxative and in the treatment of cough. They are also used as a basis for throat lozenges and for concealing the taste of many nauseating medicines. In view of the large demand for liquorice in India its experimental culti- vation was started in the Agricultural College, Layallpur (now in Pakistan) y rX about two decades ago. After the parti- tion of India its cultivation was taken up on a small scale by the Indian Agricul- tural Research Institute, New Delhi Although experimental cultivation ot liquorice has been tried at a number of places in India its cultivation does not appear to have been attempted on a com- mercial scale. Glycyrrhiza is a perennial plant ani thrives best from root cuttings derivcd from old plants. Propagation from sced• does not give satisfactory results. Once the plant is established it does not require much attention afterwards except that it should be properly weeded. The root cuttings of Gfyc!rrrhisa glabrn (Linn) var. plandulif era Waldst and 0 ptabra var. typica Regal and Herder u•ero procured from the Punjab Agricultural College, Layallpur (Piikistan) and tll.• Indian Aqriculturul Research Institute. New Delhi respectively. The root cut- U
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TD - 897 Un ENVIRONMENTAL `fONITORING/WASTE WATER--A,tiALYSIS/` 1979 QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNIQUES/CHEHQ STRY, ANALYTIC/ EQA-60o/4-79-019 I. TITLE AND SUBTITLE vATEit--NIvALYSIS/ 14. ^cLIr1ENT'S ACCESSIOMNO. , Handbbok,for:Analyt.ical,:~Quality":Contrdl,.,in"~Wate& andN%lastewater:4_'ab0a'tori es P 8. AUTHOR(S) Editor: Robert L. Booth, EMSL-Cincinnati ,. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS SAME AS BELOt•! 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Environmental Monitoring and Support Lab. - Cinn, Office of Research and Development U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES ProjeQt 6ff&0 Rdbert L`! B6o9?-, Ei~1SL`b ncinna 16. AbS7HRG'7 5. REPORT DATE March 1979 issuing date 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT N 1 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 1BD801 :1. CW.'i:.+CTl:4ANT NO. V In house 1:3. TYPE CF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERE Final :.L,':)NSORING AGENCY CODE r-PA/600/06
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50254 8215 i :+ : pl'Cto_', i1Il~::12ii ~ f.d. llnixiirook of JioTt?Ml:al data. 1'rnnere;1 ant?er the di;:c- fion ui thc: :.~UIt1SI t1tPC Oil iL^.:ull?:;«I; c,i :;f ftll(: i::!tIo71Ai :~.CAir:!11v of Seiclic\:s, the ITatiur.al :.:c:x.lrch Cou+l•:i3. 1'biladolphin, .SAUIiCT(`YS ilNAl i rxYvt. fiS1p. illus. 29cn:. 1. Tirk. l1~H310.Si- SG- Z LEbrary of Connress 15~J1c'1501 • I 1 1 1 ! ••1 + ! \ ) ~ ~ / i/~ l
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50254 8214 BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY--HANDBOOKS,MANUALS, F.TC./NOMENCLATURE, BIOLOGICAL/ MOLECUALR BIOLOGY--HANDBOOKS, MANUALS,ETC./PEPTIDES,Sect.A,Vo1.I/ POLYPEPTIDES,SectA,Vo1.I/AMINO ACIDS--HANDBOOKS,Sect.A,Vo1.I/ ALKALOIDS--TABLES,Sect.A,Vo1s.I,II,III/PURINES,Sect. B,Vol.I/ PYRIMIDINES, Sect.B,Vol.I/Nucleoti4es,Sect.B,Vol. I/POLYNUCLEOTIDES,Sect.B,Vol.I/ ENZYMES INVOLVED WITH NUCLEIC ACID FUNCTION,Sect.B,Vo1.II/ GENETICS AND BIOLOGY, Sect. B,Vo1.II/AMINO ACIDS--CHROPiATOGRAPHY,Sect.D,Vo1.II/ CHROMATOGRA.PHIC ANALYSIS-GEL FILTRATION, Sect.D,Vo1.II/ABSORPTION DATA,Sect*.'p, = Vo1.II/BOND ANGLES AND DISTANCES, Sect.D,Vo1.II/ !RVA,Sect.B.,Vo1.I1- ACIDS--IONIZATION CONSTANTS, Sect.D,Vol.I/ACIDS,BASES,Sect. D,Vo1.I/ FLUORESCENCE, Sect.D,Vol.II/FLAVINS, LUMINESCENCE. Sect. D,Vol.II/ T/ DNA VIRAL MOLECULES*'Sect.B,Vol.'I/- REF ul3ADIDB00If~+01JMCCHEMSTRX'-'b~~~MALECL2AK°'BYOL-OGY Editor: Gerald D.4asman ~Q3 Section A:1/PROTEINS, Vol. I(1976), II (1976), III (1976) 3rd editions Ha Section B: Y~tUCLEIC ACIDS, Vol. I(1975 , II (1976) Section C: ~LIPIDS,*XARBOIZYDRATFS AND TEROIDS, VOL. I(1975) Section D:1/¢HYSICAL AND CHEMICAL DATA, Vol. I(1976), II (1976)
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50254 8236 ECONUMIC INDICATOR.S/FORECASTING/:MANjJFA4GTURF--STATISTICS/ INDUSTRY--U: S , --I?CONOMICS/ ~ l . 123 Un ,: 1977 ARCHER --,.~ A Supplernent t BUSINESS CONDITIONS DIGES .~ . U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Juanita M. Kreps, Secretary MAY 19 i; =' Cobrtenay;M. Slater, Chief Economist for ~.~ d. ~ the Department of Commerce •-
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50254 8244 ORCANIC COMPOUNDS--ENVIRO\'MENTAL ASPECTS/ AIR--POLLUTION--IIEALTH EFFECT/ENVIRO:d,4ENTAL HEAT.TH/ WATER--POLLUTION/OllOR/CHEt4ICAL COMPOUNDS--HAhDB00K/ 0 3 1,,%j ~l il =-. i R6F ~~-~ 'i~. Ve 1977 ~ ~ . 1 ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ °~ ~ ~- ~~.~,~~'1.::'~~ ~ ~ Gi! ~ t~ 3t ht~- .:~.U.,L_x= ~ ~ ~~ ~~Imr, Karel Verschueren Environmenial Advisor Louvain University The Netherlands 0 ~/A?4 F4OSTRARD REINHOLD COMPANY NEWYO2K CINCRJ'JATI ATL.At:TA DALLAS SAN FRANCISCO
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~' ; ~°- 50254 8245 GLUCOSE--ISOINtERASE/ ENGINFERING--RIOCIIE"fICAt./ENZYMES--INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION/ FNZY'AS--SYNTHES IS / ENZY?1IiS--PURIFICATI ON/FN7.Y!-fk:S--M'.OL ILI ZED / ~ ROTE~SES / CARBOHYDRAS ES /IiYDRO1. AS ES /OXID(3REDUCTAS ES / Q -X- ~rrd •_ I 601 i Wi ; rA 4- ".f - I 1975 I Editor ALAN «'ISE111AN, Ph.D., F.R.I.C., ~1LL I3IO:,. Department of Biochemistry, University of Surrey, Guitciford // £LLIS llOltll'OOD LIMITED }'ublishcr, Chichester Halstcd Press. a dicision of JOHN 1ti'ILEI' ~ SONS Inc. New York • London • Sydncy • Toronto . i a ~ ~
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} 50254 8238 OXInITIOV-'.ZIaIUCTIOV/ CO*fSUSTION/ CtIlr'.IISTRY, AI:ALYiIC- '(ANUAi.S/TREIL`fAL DFCn?4PnSITION/ EhZY`1F.S--CATALYSIS/REACTIONS/ C?iFMICAL/ZEDUCTIO;d, CIIE'tICAL ~i . mA-;MandbCDok--~:of*. 19;~ f_3ecompasitiow-fifteth-ads. 2 C. '-,~.*,in,-~'iiialytiicat:.-Chem,#gry.,, RUDOLF BOCK formerly Professor of Analytical Chemis:ry University of Mainz 9 e transtated and revised by Dr fain L. Marr Lecturer in Chemistry University of Abcrdecn t A HALSTED PRESS BOOK John Wiley and Sons New York - Toronto I - , ~ .~ l+ 1 I
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J 50254 8243 ;Ai~t7:St);1r, r'VD f.:?':Ubt_S/ ~ P:>T.'.UT1Jt'---.AIR see a]so A3.P.--P0L1.f:-TICi::/ f.2 !f Cia 7 ~"Ir -TOL "VOLU:%-TE I: AIR POLLUTION I COORDU.ATUNG ED:TOR l/Ci.5 Richard Dliecror, Drvisioa of fn vironneea(a! Nea:lh Unileni/v nl Sfinn.u.ri r Richard Prober. Ph.D. daxiare Professor oJEr:gineeriny Case Wesfern Resrr.e Univnsiry Conrad P. Straub, Ph.D. Ikiec(or, 6n vvonmearl! NeCirn QFMV-rI. =. d TiJinir.g Center .•.}.ircn::y vt nlinnasotc A b/Y//IOM OI ~ trs CItEHflCAL aavEitlsrR co. tlfor t.,l.r..d P.rk.qr . tw.tsM. QMe 44128 0 .7 + 1 2
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----------------------- 50254 8263 - RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK ~ Q 123 Un 1982 U.S. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. '4 N0000k'~-W'-f hbAW~~fUAS .~ Enslow Publishers.Hillside, NJ.82. (IN : ENG. ) ISN = 2912
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, .,....,..;~~..~_ . _.~ .-.__ - Y: , 50254 8228 Z. ROBE£.T ~ 5 5 r~ t:~ jf 9?6~`~7 C5? ~;cdr~ I7~ '~ ' _ : i~ ' r R.ward~ Ca•.e6e.e.e Yu..a! f1.+ -CNrlnr:daN/:Khwd.lY lrw+~'~t • •' ` te . . • .'. W7 I Chrn r• ~~rl ~ ~ ~ a . ~ ' +wLi) ..~: = PDGL .`t • ~.~ ,g• a~p a.i*.4-t} .ica1 D+t+ • f~Sra ~ fC?'l lcotChemieal.od Pb;- : 'A g~~y.gefueocs Bo° ,.. , . r'/ fr IM~RfY~ral~w . . itists jn teollaSorstao .a ith . s Y~ number of Prof csi 'oe.: c!:cmi~au um! p 7s :.~~ ~au~ p w'lteac,lSr) iu ehr t~~t of ~~ryM+t coilsboraton .cd in rtieu.ar t.b1n or sacc.ocs i°r°L.d opottectiou witA ~ha P~ .. - : t! prAlisheJky RL•BBF.R CO. ..C II E )i 1 C A L or•ic, 4+tzs, k, z;. - li~ot cr.r:~ t ut..r. .t.~~, ..,, „• . ..
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• " 50254 8261 sc 1979 CI~:E..VEN! F. ca C:H1 A~`~FD, P h.D. ' PDDL Pl'Of c~sot' E[llei'tti6s Urliversity of kA/«s-liingtcjn 1=urn:crly t3irCCtOr of the Cciltcr for StIIdiC's ifl ~~~'ilZt:;~;rcZ~)~? ~'' i~iif~ ~:C(.'`()r,>'~ and Execlitive sCCret.iCy of (11~.` ._. ~1.~sli;iif;tc~:z ~~t<<(r. Cctlst.:s f~cl.~rd A RONALD i'it[:SS f'Uf3LIC.'~.TIOt STATISTICS--GRAPHIC METHODS/ Q .. 123 ~~If1bBf10IC~1F. 6RAPH.IC~'RESEN~'ATI0.x1 2nd edition /ohn 'Alilcy & Soiu / New Yurk S'E-/s [:! TC) N E. Se t: A : e E~, J.D. Chic hestrr I[3ris!3anc I 7t,ronto 7 /lssista rd Vice t'rcsi.iert for Urli:";:rsi!y Rclaii:rns and D; velvpmetlt Urlivc'i tiity c1f Vi/.tihiill;tt)it I u 0 {;
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t;:IST 0r 50254 8265 S NCt•i):LT1Utl/S.1FF•.TY GUIIiES/PEST7.CIDT:S/j'RLTG ARU; F/Fl~;`+7IC::AFTSJGAR~~E.:ii.G;' Ii+SU1:ANCE/fIOUSINC:/CLOTIiIi7G/APPLIn:1 Cr.S/FFOUSr•. FUP,"US1iIPsGS/ . THE t2 73 Ye^R, B OC: =(;raiCU' TURE 21 Un 1973 U. S. Departz7ent of Agriculture 93d ConBress, lst Session House Document a No.93-29
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REF Q 123 Ha 1978 Handbuch Nandbook~ ~ Verbande und )1lorld Guide to der internationalen of Internafron~l Gesellschaften ~Scientific ~~ Dokumentation Documentation;der Wissenschaft ~ ssociatiqns and und Information and Information E`"'"`e'"a"°"a'es"e'Ze"h"`S earned-Societie~ Band 13 Volume 13 2-Ausgabe Verlag Dokumentation Munchen • NewYork 1978 ~G...~. ~~ 2"d Edition
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`~. .., t ~/.h a, E• ap r.'. ^._ _ L~. li ~:e. Archsr la C. t -RMBOOK' OF • INDIISTRIALW'lbXIOQI+OGX c;r:=_ ~' r r,
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J .50254 8271 TS 555 Ke 1980 fi%1 Cf•'t f~ ALUMINUM ALLOYS/ ~~ i:~ !~i~-r!~y1~~ `-r,~__i ,__~, _~.• ~ry 1y?.~~~, •~~ I VOLUME 111 VALUMINUM W. F. Kehler October 1980 Arrangements for the compilation of this book were made by THE ALUMINUM ASSOCtAT1ON INC. 818 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington, D.C. 20006 A Department of Defense lnformation Analysis Cent MCIC-HB-Q9-Vol. 1I I Published by Approvsd for public r.tssse; distribution unlimited ~ METALS AND CERAMICS INFORMATION CENTER BATTELLE jCotumbuslabgrat4t~~es ' 5% King Avenue Corumbus.Ot+in dl?^•
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4- ,( / ;of / [' ~l.' , ` r ./...-- j ` ~ C ~liOf ~~5 'ICi•7J ~ 1`' A9l :•J' ~r+.f --~~ of i T(c(uta!.:1, srJ yc.iaJ 1 ' ,A e 6+: ( n- );i.tc. VJ ,cl~ anlcl ~'a~tt~r~la v j . , ~ • . - by . tLOL6 I(1:LLA\C/. ' 7lIO's1AS I:. I'tii:Ia :nd % Cll:/.-G1:1G)' Co:;a,ss<. ol, r'+ Fcom the Itati:,n hr~.a.F•c ••vrks ur • I'ROt'. DR. GIOVAt:':I FLNAIt7Li j1iIK17/. ~~rik'I fu1 $fri!'fl f'f /..Iap:nl3J7^IKtl ,. l(AIV Ecbrls!.cd ay
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, so2sa 8246 Ha 2L1::DIMliH r-t'i EXPUM."h";ELLZtt MRU .A.~?.nGia. = (ris.~ia:rr~k n: Fx~eri:~cni~t phrttstir.alaYY•~ Vt,L, xrl, r.,k-Rr i: smd 13. WHORIN YcnG ix. 1966 +Fz. 12, 51;.3 y®see; Pc. 13, 234 pages S?rl.r.gsr-Yet:--C f..v York ~ . I U-3 s 0 3 0 0 n 0a 2 2S 8
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50254 8269 i 4:.1 ~_.~i~~. JIiWy`~.b.H'F1 f o3 ;~.., ~+..c a.s • } -~ s . 1 Ri~'.`....- TTf;TAY/):: of }!ldtlrft2.v1 Ctr\1^U14f^'i'~ by ~;, R. ."UT:R7it. il' i Ts' : :'}~; 1.~~'-E;C:~a~ l 1'tl~l. Co., 1: ri). • Hlb;ln.mt;.hy: p. 4-22-431. 1. Iodr-otrial tr:icology. i. ilt'e. 1;!'hl`?13.1'55 f;15.L't~? LEDrarQ of ConKre:-s 66-70-11 tj S "i Ij no I " !i ! 2 .4 1
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50254 8273 REF Handbuch ' Q der internationalen • ~ a3 Dokumentation und Information 1976, Band 14 PEter Wcruirah ya[dQooF;f Anglo-arnerikanisdhe Anglo-Americ an and ottite"tioQGfi-f und deutsche Abkur-'. German Abbreviatior=s 4)ocumontat;on zungen in VVissen- in Sdence and and ltltorrha6on',scfiaft und Technik Technology Volumc 14 1. Ausgabe 1" Edition Vertag Dokumentation !JGnchsoi 1976 Teil 1, A-E Part 1, A-E r- rYt1G-~.:1.L~~.,..-~. .
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50254 8274 DIRECTORIES, IidTER.'IATIO?3AI,/BIP,LIOGRAPIiY/EOOKS--BIELIOGP.AP}iY/ I INFORtSATION..SOURCES/LIBRARY SCIENCE/LITERATURE REFERENCES--BIBLIOGRAPHY/ RQEF Handbuch ~Ha~~dbook-, Fachliteratur International 123 Ha der internationalen ofInternational,zurYi Buch- und Bibliography 1973- pokumentation Documeptatioo Bibliotheks- of the Book Trade ~a ~ I und Information and Informatior. wesen and Librarianship Band 2 Volume 2, j'r-,;.,A+,,10. Ausgabe 1o1h Edition +3; Te111 Part1 . `'l '3. /v Europa Europe 1' _ n - • ,') , 0 u .;. Vcriaq Dokumentation Pullach bei Munchen 1973-7~f- h . 9 2 t.. .. ~ 3 J
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~i,50254":8.260 ~=-- ~--~----.. . . i £ef. /Z~3 Ort~~~t~os~ 3d! t~~R~~g„~~~~n Fec~cru t.epu~ c~: D O stn.'iL'Cti.a T)ErS riL'UTiCI.i.N (t!r~c:;~:,o': ef Cervau Sci?ntific So~zietijps Jre-. Rpsersxcle :natiL:!i.:re und Laa.r ctfILhin the Com:-.an rLd:.:al i;epu},?, -c .} ,4 ..~ .: - 1. .?3x D. I Franz St',:ir.2!r Jerl^g Ca'e3 Hiesbrdfu, Gerum.sa^ , . ,. - .. , t . . . V ~1 •! {./ S •I 0 2 2 .I 2
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50254 8275 UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES--EUROPE--DIRECTORIES/ DIRECTORIES, INTERNATIONAL / PER:.~UN;:EL GERMANY--UNIVERSITfES--PERSONNEL/ALBANIA/IsELGIUM/BULGARIA/DEh'MAP.I:/ FINLAND/FRANCE/GREECE/GREAT BRITAIN/IRISIi REPUBLIC/ICELAND/ITALY/ YUGOSLAVIA/LUXEt•II30URG/tIALTA/NETHERLANDS/NORZJAY/AUSTRIA/POLAND/PORTUGAL/ RO,tANIA/SI-IEDEN/SWIT7.ERLAND/SPAIN/CZECIIOSLOVAKIA/TURKEY/HUNGARY/VATICAN/ RUSSIA--UNIVERSITIES--PERSONNEL/ REF ; Handbuch ,tlandbook .: Q ; der intemationalen of lrtYematiorial l:~__; 123 Ha { Dokumentation Documentation ~ 1975 ~ und Information and information • r . Band 10 Volume 10 . J . . . I . . ,~ . . f _, ^ J .) ~J0 0 si Verlag Dokumentation Miindien 1976 Intemationales World Guide Universitats- to Handbuch Universities Ta1~ ~ VOI f : EAlbaruaen-Osterreich 2^dEd.~tion Part I urope: ~Albania-Austria .a Index 2^° Edrtion Part 1/2 uF'rop'e: Poland-Vatican, f)<<~ , ~;,
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50254 8281 1. aa f,i c~: , J. Ft. , 4!zd Y. Y.. A ~r.a• pnnv '~`7 T.Y ~•rai. `'~:_l Y•r..~qia ) ~~:'~J. +ltS`.'J::oGgl l f~ L.: {~ili,gY! .`.r.alL .rJ..3:'.~.vyoTii: r!k V:'1i;1l:.:1G:n 1 ~ ? Z9F.? 456 Paacs ~ Ar.-arieaic 3'r.csz;a iJaw 3'cxk I 1 , ,55 r.iid Bchaviour of t+ouisut::an Pris,a:c :: , j i\ 2 `~..r~
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50254 8290 - - RJR CLASS NQ. TEXTBOOK BF 30 Sc 1982 Scherer,K.R. (ed.); EkMan,P. (ed.); ~EFA~ta ~RQK~D~~io tHFI~Sa n a t S ON~JE'1 ~ I n t e Ea~c ion, CaMbridge Univ. Press.New York, NY.82.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 5430
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TG3~'.(:C(?--',ti~?iiif'!+.G7)1P.F A.:)) ~'F.PL'E--S T:1T2:~TICS/ LAROk AND E"i'LOY:lEIrT/T0;4ACC0--I^IINS.TRY/TOLACCO 50254 8278 ~ 123 Un XqV t!Z/LL)C ( /N IlfZ) ~ ARCHER U. S. DEPARTdiENT OF. LABOR : Peter J. L'tenRan, Secretary BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS ~ Sca¢%e^~ '^) Julius Jhiskin, Commiuioner TS .7 .7 N 0 u'i . 1974 ~ 9,1 Aj ` tor rule b7 the 8uperlntendent of Documents,'U.9. Oovernment PrfnUot OtIIa J . Wa+hlnyton, D.C. 20402 - Prlte 3.SAo 8toek NumDer W01-01314 0 .1 () ; , ; ' t , t, . Z. 7 t)
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50254 8276 Insti;ute for Personality and Ability Testing ~ with ` ~~ Ivan H. Stheier National Information Center on Volunteerism Bou'der, Colorado and BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ HEART--OISEASES/STRESS/ BF 30 In 1976 -~"IP.A T~AVXt E~ ".::SiCA L E A. by INST(TUTE fOR PERSONALITY AND ABILITY TESTING CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS Samuel E. Krug 3 Raymond B. Cattell University of Hawaii. Honolulu
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50254 8280 REF Q 123 Mo 1970 I`lEDICIYE, CLIt7ICAL- riA::D300F:S,i.`fA,;`-xALS~1 z' VTC. / MEDICAL JUSISPRLTDE:ICE--U.S./ LAW/ _ ~ w of wl - mml " •idic ii Te Alan R. !Nioritz, 3,s.D. Professor of Pathology. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio L ri. Cr1wforCl 'Morris, LL.B. Partner, Arter & Fiadden, Cleveland, Ohio Third edition • Saint Louis The C. V Mosby Company 1VI0
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sT ; , • C' *c'~.zt •' ~= :, : 3i L-c. ~ .VC/J,:41. VLT.t1Sll'ZI.[l t.Z El, cc! ... v-:...?. p U -,0 ~ <axc,}~..:. 1'O _(Ooq:~;d:~[4 S~c11iA,I='S =~I~ii^C.: 't' ZJ.'!STl?:: [Y t-.. ~j O "'1cJl~r ~ r- ~aJL . ~ -.~~....~. - ~ 98t8 f~SZ05 ~.__._........__~....~.T~.
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NUTRITIO:ri/ 5 0254 8266 S . P ; -AIA-N.;'V~uTRITIONAL:FAO Nutritional Studies No. 28 Aeeks Of f ice> ON-HU ~ . ,t WHO M ~ onograph Series No. 6! R~QUI~~11~.RNTS ~~ R. PAssr.toEes Reader in Physiology University" Medical School Edinburgh, Scotland Neoot. Formerly Deputy Director Nutrition Division FAO, Rome, Italy M. NARAYANA RAO Nutrition OtTicer Food Policy and Nutrition Division FAO, Rome. Italv Published by FAO _8nd. WH0 _. ~t ~Vf,~ V`Z . t% ~ ~ / FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE'-UNII'ED NATIONS ROME 1974 ` - d
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50254 8289 rfEDICINE--HANDBOOKS, *tANLtALS, ETC. / REF Q 123 We 1976 HaNDgooK&O ~ EDIcAEL p, NENRY WECHSLER, Ph.D. s ''as-o-oft; BEHAVIORAL PUBLICATIONS INC. ' [ 4~eana ~ . : ~'~`aQrN 72 i/fiH AVEhUE, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10011 ~. . .&i..
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50254 8288 c<?1 and ~]~~:i) ~?flli(1~OL7~: GE ~11EasU3'c'Ii1;J1t ;1nU control, 2!litcrl by if. Z'. i;jimr :n ..:ociatior. wit,i P. i.. Pittsbarrli, Instruments P~:b. Co., 1~;,1- : /v. 111us. 2D cra. ~ 1 1. 1'h}•sical iastru:uents. 2. ?1c1,srrrtion. 3. Auter.ir.tic cvntro'. i. Titie. ~,I:m•,O Fc',iz de \rax p nCJ3.1)1 J30.Is Lttrlrc ot Cur tresa
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50254 8268 h,h1`JIROPdMEr:TAL }rEALTiI/ I::DL'STRIAL TC::ICOLCtGY / NICOTI" }:--P}iAlr'.a.CCiLt~GY/ Rk;F Q 123 P1' HANDBOOK 19 76 V- , niN " vZ3 "I: tca 537 pages 0 1976 o illusfra~ed by At last a rr%ised edition of this unusual book on haz- ards to health in industry. . It is conveniently 2rran;ed for ready spotting of the various chemic-als, drugs, insecticides, and other com- pounds. The entries are listed by their most laini!iar names from Abrin to Zirconium. On each are ;,Il the data that the sceker needs to l:now-synonyrns, all aspects of toxicity, tests, treatrnent, and precautions to be observed. The appenuiucs contain Threshold Linut Values, and an catensive uibliooraphy, making this edition even mure valuable than the previous one. () .i i7 0 1 t-i ii %? 1 2 ILi o E. R. PLUNICETT, AI.n. lndustrfal Health Services Barbcrtoir, Ohio CHEMICAL PUBLISHING CO., INC. New York, N.Y. 1976 ?1
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Un 1979 50254 8277 POLLUTION CONTROL/LAWS AND LEGISLATION/ EPA-600/7-79-175 ' 'PP )10 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE .:A°-H."&-o;6k'of'KejiAFe6e". -a T'ltdt6latiofl~; °A ugust 1979 and,,~,~r rialor~MultimediayEnv~rokn~ent~l Cont ~ 6. PERfORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 7. AUTHOR(S) . PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT N, D. R. Greenwood, G. L. Kingsbury, and J. G. Cleland RTI/1603/18-OIF 9. PERfCRMING CROANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS Research Triangle Institute 30. PROGRAM ELEMEN NO. INE825 0 71 ~ P. O, Box 12194 11. A / AN NO. + Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709 68-02-2612, Task 67 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD CCVERE 6 79 9 78 T k Fi l EPA Office of Research and Development - na as : , Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory 14 SPONSORING AGENCY CODE Research Triangle Park, NC 277ll ' EPA/600/13 1S.SUPPIEMENTARYNOTES IERL-RTP project officer is T. Kelly Janes, Mail Drop 61, 919 541-2851. ~ , ~ 16. ABSTRAC ' . ~ The handbook summarizes major Federal environmental regulations and recomrnen- dations and the legislative acts that authorize them. It summarizes and tabulates quant~ta4ve-lco}~pro; limitsJspecified by ~ederal agencies. It compares the various addressing regulations, standards , and cTiteria. It includes a selected biblio aPhy ~' FO/lOr7 t cn~~.rnn.+.nntal rnnfrnl aetivitiPR .
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50254 8284 . MARKETINr, RESEARCH/ SURVEYS/CONSUMER PSYCHOLOGY/CONSUMER TESTING/ ADVERTISING/STATISTItAL ANALYSIS/ 5415 -Handbook-of Fe 1974 Marketing;'Research ROBERT FERBER Editor-in-Chief Research Profesior of Economics and Marketing Director, Survey Research Laboratory University of Illinois Urbana, Illinois McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY Now Yerk St. Louis Son francisco D'usseldorf Johonnes6ury Kuala Lumpur London Moaico Montroal N.w Delhi Panan+a Rio do Janoiro Singapore Sydn.y Toron/o - 1)
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50254 8295 POLLUTIO*d--WATE R/ WATER, INBUSTRIAL--ANALYSISIL.TASTE WATEFt--A::ALYSIS/ Q ' 123Un 1973 N~iNOB00iGFpR ~c MONITORINQ INDUSTRt/iL.1NASTEUVATER =' - U. S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY • Technology Transfer ~ f August 1973 d s
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t .-t 4ditd. 50254 8292 MICROBIOLOGY--TECHNIQUE/BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY--TECHNIQUE/ ItQNNOCHEMISTRY--TECHNIQUES/CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--BIOLOGICAL NATERIALS QH 345 Re . •1974 2 C. -A ,_.., -. I~anL~s.~~o~{_ of . 'Georg Keleti. PhD. MiC3'E)llethodS William H. Lederer PhD forthe° Biological Sciences _.A ® 0 VAN NOSTRAND REINHOLD COMPANY IVew York Cineinnati Toronto LonCon INetbourne K1.4 f' !~ - 1CJR. , t I {
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50254 8296 `4UTACE*?ES IS/(;F.!IrF:TiCS--TECH'1inUE/CARC I!VnBR*t7CITw/ nH 465 Ki 1977 ) QFi-t~ HANDBOOK MUTAGENICITY TEST~ ,.}R PROCEDURES A Edited by B.J. KILBEY, together with M. LEGATOR W. NICHOLS and C.RAMEL Department o/Genetics, University ojEdinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland Department o/1Nedicine, University ojTexas, Galveston, Tex.. U.S.A. Institute%rAfedical Research. Camden. N.J.. U.S.A. WallenbergLaboratory, University ojStockholm, Sweden ELSEVIER SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING COMPANY AAISTERDAM - NEW YORK - OXFORD 1977 .c-f.4e, /
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t t , , 50254 8293 Q 123 Bu 19 70 ~-- fIRC.y~= ~ r«~- . VICTOR P. BUELL I•:ditor-in-Clticf Auorate Feoleuor of 3/ork;ting Sc1.od oi Breineac Adminfstration, Cn:renity o/ 3Luaochuwte fowura•rly %'i:+ Peerdenl. 3f4.kttinS, An-rican SMruln.d, I.r.:. Fad Ftcridenf. Aaterit.n 3farlcetin1 Asiocialion CARI NETEt Cocrrdinafinp Editct 3/eea,~,cnunt Cou.uel, Nonh.tutt, S'ta York Fotwtnl" Adjunct Frofe.ior. lndudrvil Mor:eting 7Ae Polytxhnic /a+Ntutc of Brooklyn W.GRArt-IOU SOOK COMPANY k:r V" Sr. lo.ic fo. l~ondu. Du.vM.A loe,.o Y..•i.e Lnom6 lllnay lcr.nt. it~rY1''Q ~ :,
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50254 8300 ~ 1 ! ~ G , m~S51Y1 ~O { ~-6 ,_:, _ . : ..: ~. .: .: .. ~..1. .. .....'__ : .~~ .... Mai;, i caFr. IIandaook of new product development. Cl9tTy, N. J., Prentice-Hall 11961, j 2i'3 p. tllua. 29 cra. Inciudes bibliography. 1. New products. I-iDt;J.N 1I-I5 D:,tbrury ot Congress Englewoa 658.t;7 81-143~~ '
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\ 50254 8285 ENCINEERING MATERIALS/. /STANDARDS/ REF 4 1~A1•\ DB ~' LJr I~.~, 1974'14 EDITOR 123 Har1~5 . of Charles T. Lynch, Ph.D. - '` ti R{ ~ rln~t~ ~ ~, ~( (~ .~~•+T'~'~7~"s~^` SeniorScicntist jur lnvirorimrnrAf £jjrcts, =/:~1~t`~. ~,j'~,fi`.~,,f~tjiJk~ ~.y~ j~i ~./j~ dletols ifclac•Krr eranclr. USAF '~ Arr Forcc blatcrials laM+ratorv VOLUIi~1E°`ii °G LNF:I;AL` -PR OPERTI%{r.lght-Pateenorr Air Force Buse. oluu Pa--e• Puer:h.a ey CRC PRF.SS, Inc. 12901 CanwooE t.rkWOy • CI..cLnd,Ohio4l1ld
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-J 50254 8291 'MICROORGA;tISMs / BAi:1RRIA/FI,NGI /ALGAE/PROTOZOA/VI4US ES/ MICROSCOPE AND t4ICROSCOPY---TR('H'':IO'.JE/ ~iui jam; 0, a f -4 ~ voi~ . r~,,~,ou aL ~Ya44_cts ._ Or~'C+r 1::~~i~ ~1.~ t 1 ~,?, 7n U -5l:!. L'UIiORS ABen i. laskin. Ph.D. Cao Rexu.h and l'.rgineeong Q>mprny Lin.kn• hew Jersey . S . Hubert A. Ir.ehetialier, Ph.D. ItiRhtute of bhcrobiol.>Ey Rutgers Univer6ty New B:unswick, New Jersey J tJ , ,~.fir 79 , ' I~l~aC3roololoz• ' tablnAed t•y A nivnpow o• ..a CHZ£MICAL Ft[II3)11:7t Ga~r.d 9u1wq • Ci..ria'J 0+:~ e~t1E 19301 b.-~4
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50254 8287 tPDDL ~ ~ -eaADLk4-'N ' .~ 123 HA~~DBOOK`-;0~ ~9~4 - ATHFM~4~'~''IO"1~IO.F~. ,;PIO 1~S (1972 reprint with corrections) . A~ID` ~viATHEMATICAL`~~,~ Editcd by Milton Abramowitz and Irene A. Stegun DOVER PUBLICATIONS, INC., NEWYORK b . /~• t;'-C'1C~a.Zj v ~ .~s .~ ~ U 0 1 1i ~y •~ •~ i~ ~~ - '
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50254 8301 ' • CHEMIST ac 451 Br 1979 NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTRAL PAItARETERS/ , ORGA:QIC--:dUCLEAR :fAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY/ HBOOj(2Q.F AM-1[9WBAUGE 'xNMRSPEeT?RAk !P.A°R,,7ArME=F•ER S Arranged in three volumes Volume 1 Tables 1- 36 VOLUME .2 Tables 37-77 VOLUME 3 Tables 78--X15 TABULATED HIGH RESOLUTION CHEMICAL SHIFTS AND COUPLING CONSTA FOR ORGANIC COMPOUNDS ACCORDING TO SPIN SYSTEM. COMPILED WERNER BRt1GEL, BASF AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, LUDWIGSHAFEN. GERMd Y LONDON • PHILADELPHIA . RHEINE HEYD~h! ~ 0 3 (1 0 fl t I
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4 50254 8313 GLASS/MF,TALS/PLASTICS/FILMS_-PACKAGINC/ Q HANDBOOK 123 Sa OF 1976 PDDL PACKAGE MATERIALS PACKAGING MATERIALS/PACKACING--ALU'•SINUhi/YAPRR!3OARD/ by STANLEY SACHAROW, B.A.,M.A. Professional Member, Packaging Institute THE AVI PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT , ..., . . . . , ... ..:.r.r . .,~;.~_F~.•~.~...~,..:...- ..._.~..,. . _ . . . It 3 I . .. ~ ' _ .. , .. ~ ' . . "t' . - . if.`•.~ . ' ` .2 5 : j 2 S 03 t~ t~ t1
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\ r 50254 8294 WATER--DETERMINATION/CEIEMISTRY_; ANALYTIC--QUANTITATIVE/ „ 4 123 pa aF HAV99001("OFIFIN~ISTU .N 6 PRINCIPLES, TECHNIQUES, APPLICATIONS ' IN, FOUR VOLUMES ~h'~ byA. Pande " ,Y~ ,~y~ tiMShriram Institute lor lndustria/ Researeh V O L U~~ E l-Y ~11~ ~TP Delhl, India MARCEL DEKKER, INC. NewYork \'S t3 .S I I t'1
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PERCEPTION, V. I--X/HUMAN INFORMATION PROCESSING, V. VIII, IX/ ODOR, V. X/ 50254 8314 360 p~yEHOLOGIS(,IPNYqIQLQGICALI,IYIOI_-X%SENS€SVANDISENSATIONDIVG IHEX/SMELL,IIVIVIA/ Ca TASTE, V xj II /NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF SMELL, V. VIA/ OLFACTION, V. VIA/VISION, V.III,V HEARING,U.III/BIOPHYSICS OF TASTE, Vol. VIA/ TOBACCO--TASTE--TESTING, V. VIA, NOISE V. IV~PAIN V. VIB/TOUCH, V.VIB/LANGUAGE & LANGUAGES, Vol. VII/SPEECH, V.VII/ FLAVOI~ANTS-- ENSOAY EVALUATION, V. X/ =.HA;IDBOOK OF PERCEPTION, V,T-g It EDITORS: Edward C. Carrererte and blorton P. Friedman Department of Psychology Volume I: Historical and Philosophical Roots of Perception. 1974 University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles, California ! , Volume 11: Psychophysical Judgment and Measurement. 1974 1/Volume 111: Biology of Perceptual Systems. 1973 -~ e. Cl°D'W1 c• ~ ` ./Volume IV: Hearing. 1978 rVolume V: Seeing. 1975 , ~ Volume VIA: Tasting and Smelling. 1978 ',/Volume VIB: Feeling and Hurting. 1978 t/Volume VII: Language and Speech. 1976 '' Volume VIII: Perceptual Coding. 1978 i/Volume IX: Perceptual Processing. 1978 ,VVolume X: Perceptual Ecology. 1978 03 n 0 n 0 0 2 3 2 6 0
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50254 8320 • . + , I f HEART--PHYSIDIAGY/ ~ R'C :1-iANDPOOK OF I'IIYSIOLOGY. ~ 681 , ~ Am A critical, comprehensive liresentution ' j of pl ysiological ILnowlcdge apd concepts SECTION 2: The Cardiovascular System , i Volume lidi[or: ROBERT M. BERNE . ! : Formcrly SECTION 2: Circulation Assodate lulitor.• NICK S1'I:Rl:LA1`IS ~ ~ Execactive l:ditor: STEPHI:N I..1.EIGER ; , VOLUME I. fo ! The Ilcart American Pl9's?olo~~ical Socie~!s nrr++tsan, n+n+zvt.nnD, 1979 -.- ! -•-•------------------ I 1979 ~. o~n oo-oa2 s-3
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50254 8336 . . .!il'__ ~i~ ~ .\:~~:. ..... 7~ .. . ~ ... _.. r ~,*,~.t~. . .d.6-.L.:~I~C~~d'~.5..~~• C?iees'cy, &yntuel S .flandbovk of ;•einzorced plustics of th.; Society of thc, Plnatic;; Itultcstry, inc. tby ) Samuel S. Oleesky and J. Gil- bert Mohr. Nen• York, heinhokd t19G41 vIli, 640 p. tiir... 26 cm. A condensattun of the Procee(lings of the suuuRt technical set+ion s of the Reinforced 1'lauacs Division of tte Soctety of the Flaxtt:.s In- dustry, together with additional mrdertal, prejrared !A t'ie resuec,t of the soc'ety. Includes btbliographtes. 1. Retnforced rlisticr. r. `dohr, John aiibert, 1n13- Soiut author. 2t. Society of the P!asttes Industry, irt. Title. TPf1ECU120 i : 668.41 ~ Lthr, ry of C_ouwrARs ~~ t7•-11
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RICE/SORGIIUM/MILLET/MAIZE/BEANS/VEGETABI.ES/CASSAVA/SWEET POTATO/YAMS/TARO/ TOMATOES/PEPPERS/BANANAS/MANGOS/ORANGE`CITRUS FRUITS/COCONUT/COFFEE/CACAO/ TEA/COTTON/JUTE/KENAI!"/.SPICES/SUGARCANFRUBBER/VANILLA/CA.RDAr10M/PEPPERS/ SB 111 Un 1974 2C, ~.. ~ Edited by UNITED NATIONS FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION, Rome, 1974 FAO Agricultural Studies No. 93 '/LRA/- `DXl00K--Vi -'_1 .. PLANT INTRODUCTION IN: TROPICAL CROPS J. Lr6ri PJant Production a 1~Protection Division FOOD ANT) AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THI: UNITED NATIONS ROME 1974 / o3n0~n 0 2 3 3b
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RESEARCH, INDUSTRIAL~ MvANDBOOK OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 50254 8337 T 175 >fORj1lIS AND FORMATS • 1978 by ?. C. pDnL i C. Robert D. Carisen I and James F. McHugh PRENTICE•NAII, INC. Engiewood Ciiffs, N. J. rP t~I ( --- . p~ p p n p p.2 3 4 Si ~*
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~ ..,~ .~;.~ ,. . .... ..... _ , w»,..~.:.+~::~....:~..... t' 50254 6339 '74 II As M" C 1.f. :°t"~ • by (Panlcum, SetorJa and Pennisetuam) W. H. Wright ~~ --- Contribution,,to the Handbook on Seed Testing, prepared by .,~ . the Association of Official Seed Analysts. !~1lAGi •1T•..~.ACy+T'1rY~ ! zc ^~/1rOC~. /~ • .. ' . . . - . .. . .l' . - _ .. - .. ~ . . . . .~
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74 , _ ~EI -LZCi.(,'.^1' .._... . ._._ . , . . _.._... .>......_.. .... ....__..... ,.a..~. +,~~--.. .'. N. .....r:..~..: Y.f.+...i...,.....:«...a; , S , SCEMS OF SILENC AND LYC~-NI ~ ~3 by N. Wright ` - ~ ContributionAto the H, andbook on Seed Testing, 'prepared by ' ! ~ the Association of Officiat Seed Analysts.-• 19~8 ~?07 s~ urlc. .i • lG . 6 3n `0- A 0 d 73 .'53
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50254 8326 PLANTS,POISONOUS/HYDROCARI30NS, TOXICITY/ ,,POISONING--TRI:AT*iENT/POISONS--TOXICOLOGY/nRIiGS--TOXICOLOGY/ NICOTINE--PHAFSIACOLOGY/TOUACCO--NICOTINE/1NSWI-jCIDI:S--TQXLCOLOG'. TOXICOLOGYr -ACUx&_.TAXICI1IESf-TNDtJ4~RIAL TOXICOLOGY/ p...`.-...-.-.... . AIR--POLLUTION -.- .......-..., ,....: REF 123 Dr 1974 123 Dr 1974 PDDL da.oft V4~,a.d!lc4ue" Loc Ncos, GalUomia ( . owd_) (i-t.y.1j.t~ ROBERT H. DREISBACH, MD, NO pfnleal Professor of Enviror,mental /fealth, School of Public Health and Community Medicine. University of Washington, Seattle, and Professor (Emeritus) of Pharniacology, Stanford University School of dledicine, Stanford, California ~.». ' ,~..M.:.-----. _.... _ . _ . ~ ._.,.,...~-.... EIGHTH EDITtON 1974 . . .. . r..ew+qY?~u1~~M"-w.r^!S'.~^~ . , .. . - . . ~a~1r~ . . . . ..a.~y~w , . a.^'!a'+^.a~4a+>^+ 77 . ,.,,,..r.. C~ 3 ~ 0 f~: p q~ 3 38 A
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74 II As ~.....~.,: 11 50254 8351 GLRriINATION/ TETR./~-~ZOLIMA TESTING . HAND BOOK For Agricultural Seeds Coniribution No. 29 to the Handbook -on Seed -Testing. 44 piepared by - ,y1 The Tetrazolium Testing Committee of the ~) Association of Official Seed Analysis Don F. GrAbe,. Editor Published by the Association 1970 a.2.3 6-•
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_,.....~ - _ .w.........~t~~..~i:.l...~.....f.y...w rw.. . ~ c. ~~a's:~'u.fEaww,...J.~+.1~..1.~...~ . • 74 II As 50254 9345 SEEAS/ i TECf-IN6Q~1G OF t~~1RZETY ANALYSIS •. f3y ' Emma F. Sirrine and A. WiniFred Anderson ~ 19.0 - hio. 1 . 00.11 Contribution,,to the I4nndb-ook on Seed Testing, prepared by y~ ,. . the Association of Official Seed Analysts. ILtlOC.J-. Published by Canada Department oF Qgriculture. tC Distributed by the Queen's Printer, Ottawa, Canada. 10 cents G.3 ~0 t1 'ID 5 7 • . c
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-Jm- : Y~.~~.~.. . 74 11 As SEEt)S/ ACCU RACY OF TESTS AND TOL.CRANCCS 502Stt 6344 . . SOURCCS OF r=RROR IN t'UI?ITY ANAhYS(S PURI fY ANALYSIS - SIZC Or SAMPLE- 1949 _ tNo. G ~o y° ,6y C. W. Loggatt ContributionRto the Hundbook on Seed Testing, prepared by w ~. the Association of Official Seed Analysts. Published by Canada Department of Agriculture. Distributed by the Queen's Printer, Ottawa, Canada. % 20 cents . , . . . 1~.. . . K4/o c.,K / G ~ 1 p~ ~ ~ n0 -0 2 3 S 6
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50254 8350 - .3 utL';;4 74 II As ' SEEDS/ REPRINTED JUNE 1967 A Standardized Phenol Method - for .:V_ _ Testing ly-heat Seed for Varie tal Purity by j-jfiltinui i'' Wrllr _ Contribution No. 28 to the Hatulboctk..oit.Secd, Tcstirr.g prepared by ~' . THI•V ASSOCIATION OF OFFICIAL SEED ANALYSTS Published by Canada Dcpartmcnt of Agriculture : Distributed by thc Queen's Printer, Ottawa, Canada - Cat. No. A68-3065 ~ o~ n 4 n a~~ s6 I
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1 TD 380 1. REPORT NO. EP'A-600/1E-76-049 •MO i. TITLE AND SUBTITLE 1976 t1AN1)B00K FOR SAMPLING AND C1F.4d/i'TL' R AND -A?ASTEWATER . AUTNOR(S) J. U. Moser K, R. Huibregtse Office of Research and De.veZopnent KU.S.Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnati, OH 45268 0 SAMPLE PRESERVATION PERFORMING ORG1N/2ATION NAME AND AOURESS V"Etlvirex, Inc., A Rexnord Company EnviYonmental Sciences Division 5103 West Beloit Road Milwaukee, WI 53201 1. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Environmental MonitorinR and Support Laboratory . AHSTH CT ..... i - ...... '%,, .- 50254 8338 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSIUN•lwO. PB-259 946 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION 10. PROCiRAM ELEMENT NZ1. •1ND 621 .CONTh1AG•f/GRANT NO. RE Contract No. 68-03-20 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERtOD Contract - 6/28/74 to 6 14.SPONSORING AGENCY CODE EPA-ORD
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50254 83t17 ......~ SEEDS/ PLANTS--DISEASES AND PESTS/ 74 II As SEED BORNE DISEASES • ASSEMD.L.FD BY ALICE M. ANDERSON EDITED BY A. C. H):J1SI:, CHAIRMAN OF HANDBOOK COJviMIT7.'r_,E Contribution to the Handbook-on'Seed Testing; Prepared by the Association of Official Seed Analysts . .. . ~ 4 - S^Ci"'t~^•u.~+,.w'4P.w:~~..~q.~.,. ~' .. . _ . - ~ J~ ~, . . . _ . . . . . . .. . w `s.ew.w.--.....r. .,.. ........i.+.-...•.,~ ,..«_w . . . . . . ....w...r,~^ew....... •..........^i.np...'..»v. : «r. ~. n. e. ~.... ~.-~... ~....,,. l. 0
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, 50254 ~..,....,.. ..__....._-.:~........ .._..._....-........ .. _.--~----._._: . _ ._ ._-..._;._..._. 8348 , PI~ ~"T~`'~--C,J~. ~ST1FTCA I~O?1~ t:'J; 74 II As t1l~I~~V~r~ ~E~.!'t~~f~OF V`-:ED by A N D C R. C~E- :.~.) ~ ~, Revised 1964 O. L. JuLtico Contributionxto the Nbndbook on Seed T'esting, propared by ' the Association of OFi:icial Seed AnA(ysts. Published by Canada Department oi Apriculture. pistributed by the Queen'a Printer, Ottawa, Canada. •% • 1 ~ Cat. No. A68•2464 / C- ....-,r......*-«t-.-.....~..~_~ ...~...•.. ..._.•. ~.,-.,.._,---•, . _._ . _ .. ~..,:,_ _., ......_~..._.~ _~._.-..._._n.__.. ._..._.~_...-. U3 *11 0' 0 0. 0 2,36 U
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50254 8358 ~ C? ;;t~ of Sv'..c,fs~ts<. . x+a.. SchP4an, I!.eopold, 211.102- The handbool: of solver,ts Ebyl Leopold Scheflan tamlt Aforris R. Jacobs. New York, Van Nostrand L1D53j viif, 728 p. dirgrs. 25 em. Includes bibliographies. I ~ 1 1. Soiceuts. x. JacnUs, 'Morris Boris, 1005- Joint author. TP•147.-'.Sj2 661 G3-4 766 .~ Librnry of Congress [351 3 0 1 0 t1 0 0 ; 2 s 7 0
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• 5025U 8349 • , ~ :EI1S/ , As --- T`~, ~~~~~~.~~~~ Assay ~~c~.l .~~.~~~~~ • of . MAY, 1964 .~. .~. ~..C~ t..~.F..~. V L.F,..~.(c.J . . . ,;; . by 1i2irrtin M, }.:'rtlik and Willard 1: Crorier , Contribution No. 26 to the htrrtsdbook-on 4eed Testing prepared by THE ASSOCIA.TION OF OFFICIAL SEED ANALYSTS . . z.. ^-~, . ....._ .....,,.~....,. Published by Canada Department of Agriculture Distributed by the Queen's Printer, Ottawa, Canada •Q..1 3 b f Cat. No. A68-2864 ~..~. , .-. ......~....,.-. . . I , . •
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:5025a 8361 CHEMISTRY, ANAT.YTIC--QUANTITATIVE/ CASES--ANALYSIS/AIR--POLLUTION--ANALYSIS/ QA =":HANDtiOOK OF 576 ,STACK SAMPLING Po .t>AND ANALYStS 1978 ,13Y Richa rd J. I'o wa ls, I3. S. Lorin J. Zancr, I3.S. Karel F. Sporek, M.A. I r ~~ n 4 n in 0 2 3 7 3 K,A: . 11
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50254 6335 tt..1•'tiLa.i~~:;~~.Y-~/+ 2'xtL'-I:~T:LST~~~`~ t'r:t.v:.r T.r : - r.)":,,c...i;':'i'~,'C';;5 GF K.:FIt1G't;t'.A7.'IOti AN9U~CR:~^CLi JCS '.,/~ ~.l J =-i,Jt.'t~,.LJill~s k'o Woolrich, Wiliis aaytitotidf '15009-- I-Ianciu:iol: of refrigcratiuT enpnemnt;, by W. 11. Wc*oI- rich. -ltt-t ed. West•port, Conn., Avi Pub. Co., 7101,5- - ~_ v. illue. 20 cns. (Avl books on food refrigeratlon) Ineludos btbltodrapl,ies. CoX•rsN'I •L-undauic:ntal8. (~J s . 1. Iiefri;,rer;Rton and ref.rit~eratton machinery. r. Tttte. T1141,12.10? ~~ ; 621.5G 65•--1 hR5;1 : Libt ary of Con;,•re.~g 14-1i 0 3 0 b tl t'j t'1 2 .S 4 7 t
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~ : . . . ~1'' ~ TS TOzIACCO--SHUFF/TOP,ACCO--II I STORY/ r....~...... . .. . ~. 50254 8356 2240 tia 1970) _ .. _. _...~.~,.;1~.._ _...._. .:... ..~.._: y _._ 2240 Ha RJR CLASS N0. T: XTB00K T•.S 19710 Hartel, K. D. *(no affil.)* • }lANDBOOK ON SNUFF TOBACCO:~ - ' *(Das Taschenbuch von Schnupftabak.)* Wilhelm Hcyne Verlang,Munchen, Ger., 124 p(1970) (in German) A collection of information on the art and development of the use of snuff in various countries, -manufacture of snuff, art in the manufacture of snuff containers, teaching of snuff use and enjoyment of snuff use. <.
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.t 50254 8362 RC 261 ' wo ~ 1976 WHO Offset Publication No. 25. WHO HANDBOOI~ FOR WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION CANCER REGISTRIES ~ ~ TANDARDIZED GENEVA 1976 I
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50254 8359 Assoc,.atS.on c;C :%:c<<.LF:'. ''..;ari-v ~~.->z: D~~au~t fcmr•aticifl hc~r?:. ;Ci:.t Im ...... ,n :C:rfcr•„.cl n 1 'u A~0 a2. ~ 7 ~
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._..~;~.. .50254 8357 Nasd:~Sc<wf-.w1~,~4sls., ; . M el;tsn, 11crt. Handbook of solvents. New York, Reinhold Pub. C'ori?. ~1957- v. illus. 2•.1 cm. Includes bibliography. Cq' NTffiNTB.w. 1. Fure hydrocarbons. 1. Solvents. i. Title. , TY247.5.DI3:; . ~ *541.37 541.846 57-£4.0 j i Library of Congress 1201 0 3A 0 tl fl 02 3 6 9
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T. F., Aeree • 3. Atems • J. E. BardacL • L. bI. Bartoshuk (,. X. Beidler - R. A!. Benjamin • 11. M. Br.dley • Z. Bujas 11. Burton - L. P. Co1c • A. I. Farbman • L. Guth • };, Kalmus • Ai. kare • K. Kurihara • D. H.:UeBuruey !t. G.ltlurray • 11I. \achman • C. PfatTmann - b!. Sato R. S. Shatknberger • Y. Zottcrman ;` Sprittrrr-Yerl;to Bertin • Ileidetacr0 • New York 1971 Qp Be 458 1971 . , ~ Editorial Board H. Autrutn • R. jurt; • W. R. I,oewenstein Handbook D. lRi. MacKay • 11. L Teubt:r
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- ~ -•-. 50254 8363 ~ ` QD 321 Br 1912 , } PDDL _ ......:A :... ..... . _. ...... -- .. ~ r.-.. A - H; SUGAR ANALYSIS A PRACTICAL AND DESCRIPTiri'E TREATYSE FOR USE IN RESEARCH, TECHNICAL AND CONTROL LABORATOR.IES . HY C. A. BILOAVIN1:, PII.D plfe/ of the U»tted States Rtrrwu of ClYo:afslry l NEW YORK ., ~ JOHN 71'IL EY & SONS Lortx,v: CHAPJIA\ & IiALL, L»t:rso
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tr!. ;:f ,: Y ~ .y • _:: s~ 50254 9353 FAitorial Board f ~ . • 4 45 4 ~ t~'~ IIn ri.dhooh . Ph~~siol~t~;~r ` erisoiy ~ Vol ti•llle IV H.Aulrum • It,Jtmcr • W:R. Loca•r.nstcin 1).Dl. Alaclaty • 1'1.1.. TcuLcr 'Vcnlicnl5vnse• Part 1 ~,~fa Cit tOlt. By t ttited by Iao)'d Al. Ucidlor Vitk 212 Fi6ara ,/. F. Amoorp • W. C. J• Recte •J. T. Da.iee • T. EnEen ~ J. C.nete.•!t. C. Ceateland - Y. Y. C. Cr.=iedci • K: E• w.i<ding R. A. Koelling • J. Le'.lagnen • P. Mact.ea! • D. C.ltouhon U.11.1iMC11 • D. O•.tnson • T. S. 1'ereone • S. F. TeL.gi D. Tackrr • If. M. R'eeaef 0 ~~ Q n 0 Q2 3 6 Strinncr-1'crlatl Berlin • )Icidclbcrg • New York 1971
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50254 0366 DATA--PRO;f:SSING/MINICOMPUTERS/COMPUTERS/ MICROCOMPUTERS/ Mini- and Microcomputer Control 46 in Industrial Processes Sk 1980 C-Handbook of Systems and Application Strategies Edited by M. Robert Skrokov Control Systems Division Manager Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation New York, New York 0 .3 0 ® © U VAN NOSTRAND REINHOLD COMPANY N,Fi1(V YIFiK ~~INCLONAI'~ aLANTA DALLAS SAN FRANCISCO ~~ lI ~tiddN ~ T!lFiONTO MELBOURNE
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50254 8355 0 .1,/ames Peter Rook 1irmral'rtPrAsxuciatca, Inc. 0 3 n 0 n 0 0 23 6 7 SEPARATION(TECHNQLOGY)/LIQUID-LIQUID SYSTEMS/SOLID-LIQUID MIXTURES/ GAS-SOLID SE?JkRATIONS/GAS(QAPOR) MIXTURES/ REP.:: ~"~and8~.~®oOtO of 123 ^ • se~ ~.ti~.~~i1 a i~"iChi 6iqQ.~9~iS Sc - , .~~ e. 1979 •_tfO~r ,. 1 1eii ii~~~Afl Y..a .1~ 11 ii'GerS ~Y . S / I I l~3 5G ' PHILIP A. SCHWEITZER Editor-in-cAlef Contract ittanager, Chem-Pro Equipment Corp. McGRAWNILL BOOK COMPANY New York St. Louis San Francisco Auckland Bogota Dusseklorf Johannesburg London Madrid Me.ko Montreal New Delhl Panama Par1s Sio Psulo Singapore Sydney Tokyo Toronto
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.. . . . • ;'. St)254 9352 74 II As- THE PLIE~E~~CE ~''h~ R~~r~~~~B~9A SFEAS WV F ON SEED by J. F. Schoon and L. C. Shonbcrc~er Contri bufiion •Es!o. 30 to the Handbook on ~Seeci Testing, Published b the Association of Official Seed Analysts y / ~ kjJa c-dt ~9rs / C +"SN:T!'~r?7, . . p`~ .. , . . ~ . -~ . . "U:~t~~ 0 2 3 6 4 ...•-..z- ~. ~ , . t
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Q 123 Ha 1967. 2 C. PDD ~ Ic HANDBOOK= of tables for ~; O~GANIC.: COMPOUND7.. IDEN`I'IFI CATI ON. THIRD EDITION - lirbllshe4by THE CHEMICAL RUBBER CO. 18901 Cranwood Parkway, Ckveland. Ohio 44128 Comoiled by ZVI RAPPOPORT, Ph.D. Nebrew t/elvernJry oJJenuole+n. Irroel I 19 (o '7 ~pt3 n C,1 t) () -~':I
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50250 9373 ~ ; Q Handburh der technischen ' Internationales 1 1~~72`~a Dokumt:aaticn und Rih!;a ;raphie Verlagsadrei3buch ~ -H2nabook of 'Cechnica! ~ Publishers' International !, .. . Uocwrentation wTei i#3ibliography - Directory ~ Band 7/ Volume 7 5. Ausgabe / 51h Edition 1972 Tell 1/ Part 1 1972 7 Tei11 / Part 1 Europa / Europe Band 7/ Vo!ume 7 5. Ausgabe / 5'" Edition 1972 . ~ Teil 2/ Part 2 V_cr' 7Teil 2/ Part 2 ~ 1972 Afrika•Amerika•Asien • Ozeanien I ' AmQrica•Asia• Ocea i ~~ 1 ~ n a Verlao Dckumentation , b1ur.chen-Pul!ac'i und Geriin ~ Register/InCex ' ` v _ . . .. - .- _ , _...._.-.-- . G -0
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y 50254 6394 RJR CLASS N0. TEXTBOOK Ref TS 2240 Ve 1982 Verlaq Cigarettenindustrie.Haroburg, Ger.. I HANDBOOK OF TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS.. Verlag Cigarettenindustrie.handbook, p. not nuMbered,HaMburg, Ger..This is not the coMplete book. Selected chapters translated froM GerMan to English. CoMplete English translation will be published soMetiMe in the future. 1982.(IN s ENG.) ISN = 5374 0 3 n 0 n o 0 2 4 0 6 A
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50254 8365 Si1GARS--Ah'ALYSIS/ rooD--SUGARS/,rr00D---MANUFhCTUP.F: AND TRME-.•St;CA•.°,S/ Str'FFTF.NERS/ SYRUPS, CORN--USES/SYRUFS., CORN--PR3PER:xES/SUCROSE/ TP SUGAR :(NPUSTRY/ CAtiNING/ 370 jtl r r_ r1M A i"~a vz'. ~ 9 '61i1 t'" 1p2 11 r 1~41 f*1 ' 1973 (T(• • C PDDL FOR ~hs0a~~~~ 6~,~;~. •y+"~ Pe~"', ~ '~,I'~ ` C. ~~ '•~~ :~~ ` 1'~ F:+rmerly, Director of Prodr:ct Development, Teehnical Service Department. California and ffJwatian Sugar Co»:panv, ,lmofcan Afaire•,Froducts Company, San Francisco, California . San Francisco. C:fijornia WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT __ . _.. . ....._ ._ ~_.._...w~, : THE AVE Pf1i:L1SFi1PdG CQt4'fPANl{, INC. 0 3q0 n:002:377 by W. RAY JUNK, BA. and HARRY M. PANCOAST, B.S.
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Eic+~~c+~rah'r 50254 8388 ~ ^4iiaadbOiOx ae Techrrical wr_-.menr_stian ajtd Val.. 8: List of Addrcsses oY th=7nternat f,,::r; ~12s ~i,iuXa~:i~s, ~t. 3, Subjecl' Tnde~:) ?Ha , -rr .... r} ..~ J.;.t~l 0 0 () 3 11 0 n 0 0 2 4 0 U
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0 w 50254 8376 ~Ref 1 Documentation and ~Bibliograpriies Q Vol. 9, International List of Abbreviations for 123 Public Departments, Organizations and Associa~ionsj' Ha Verlag Daku:asntation HANDEUCH DER TECUtUSCHM D0W. NTATION UND BZaLIOCr.APBIE. i1EUtTE,& BAND. 7tt'rE?1;ATIO::4T.F.S CEfCZEICH.tiIS VON ABiCU::ZUMEN VON VERBAWD.'.AI, Bp.-001RDEN [T :"J 0RGANI3.STI0MI. P.A?tT I. (tiandboflk of Technical Docuooautation and Bibliogreaphies. Vol. 9, International List of t.bbrcviationn for Public Depurtments, Orguuization and Associations) 1968 525 Pages VeYing Llokunentation ,~unchen, Germany i C) .S ~ I n n6 0 2 J ty 6 lop
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: 50254 8360 ATOMIC ABSOR?TION SPL•'CTROSCOPY/FL{#*',E Pi10T0AfI:TRY/FLA.`tE SPECTRONETP,Y/ , . QF Handbook of - . S.. ec~;~:.-osca ~::. 123 Ha ~ I 1 ~. ~ FLUOR1aSCENCE SPI.CTROSCOPY/K-P.AY DIFFRACTI(?P;/*tASS SPI:CTRO'-TF.TR: / i SPECTRUSCOPY/'TJCt.rAR MAGNETIC P.i;SONANCI, SPECTROSCOPY/ E~SISSIO,! Sr'1:CTPO:t~_'~P}•,' INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY// ULTRAVIOLET ATrS()RP1'ION SPt?CTRA/ i 1974 ' Nil1 Volume Z ' eA wt,a0nea by: ltt901 Conwood y.rk.ay. C7erelana• OMo 44128 1 1 r 0 3'q p d{~ 0 2 3 I Editor J. W. Robinson Department of CAemistry Louistona State University Baton Rouge, ta •
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w I 50254 8398 f~lf HANDBOOK OF ULTRAVIOLET METHODS Q 12,3 White, Robert Gordon, 192-1-- W~ Hanabook of ultrac•iolet niethods, by New York, Plenum Press, 1963. 365 p. 26 cni. Robert G. White. 1.-&pe^tr~ar-~~traTiotet---fttbL 2. Specttum r•'ltr9.vlolet-At~-_ sbrrtcts. 3. Spectrochem[stry--Isibl. 4. Spectrochemistrs-.4,hstrecti. t. Title. Z552-1.S7311'4 0 016.51-163 61-?:3~~) r Librnry of Congres; 1:-1; ~ U :4 13 0 n(, i , 2 4 1 0 04
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50254 8410 1 REF Q 123 Ha 1976 OV Petcr Wenruich ' Handbuch der intemationalen Dokumentction und InfotTnation Band 14 ' Handbook Anglo-amerikanisdie Anglo-/-lrnerican and of Internation; I und deutsche Abkur-'.- German Abbreviations Documentation zungen in Wssen- in Science and and Inforrnation schaft und Technik Technology Volum, 14 1. Au3gabe 151 Editiai TO 1, A-E Part 1, A-E Verlap Dokurnentation Munohw 1976 ,. t . lop
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50254 8411 ' . ,. ~ REF ; Q ' 123 Ha 1978 Handbuch : der internationalen ~ Dokumentation- ~ und Information i Band 13 Handbook Verbande und Wor1d Guide to of International Geselischaften VScientific / Documentation der Wissenschaft ~ssociations and and Information E'" `"ter"a"°"a'es"e`ze``h"`s vLearnedSocieties Volume 13 2-Ausgabe 2^dEdition Verlag Dokumentation Munchen • New York 1978 0 3n 0 0 0 0 2 4:4 3
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50254 8420 QK 641 Es 1969 H .~_._ ~..._......_~._ TOBACCO--PHYSIOLOGY/NICOTIANA/ PLANTS--ANATOMICAL STRUCTUF PLANTS--PHYSIOLOGY/BOTANY--PHYSIOLOGY/' - ANDBUCH DER PFLAN'LI:NANATOMIr " f•.NCYCLOPF.DIA OF PLANT ANATOMY TRAITI`•. I)'ANATOMI f? Vf.Gf.TAI.Ii MLGRUNDI:T VON K. LINSNAUI.R FORTGrtFL`1IRT VON G. TISCHLER UND A. PASCHER 'Lvcrte, tiilLg neubearbeitetc Auflagc h.rausgcgcbcn ..x Pr..f. Dr. W. 2:1 M M E R 10 A N N, Tubingrn Prof. Dr. P. O7. L N D A, Grennble / Prd. Dr. H. D. WU LFF, Saorbrucken 1961) Hisrdogie BanJ V, Tc0 2 THEdRHLOEM Pnd. 1)r. A'1Tn1(RIN V I:cA ti Vnivs7sioY of l.ddurnia, Santa Bulan M`ith 1(K) figurce, 19 ubks in the tcu anJ IK Clat., GIiHR(;I)IiR BORNTRA/[GER • BFRLIN • NTI'T'It; \R'I 03 0 0 n 0 0'1. 4 3 2 1 ~
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50254 8419 I:;I i,, Iv o :!I eeIIu::_~~:.U I:.:?3 t._1Qj ~iCin VJZ J. 1. Ausg.l Jena, G. T'.sc;-~r, l^;;`; Il'rs. 2:i c;ll. luchlje; 1. Pa:icr c:~:cr~r,lo_rrpLy. ;. Mwce'.:. Sarei, ioiut e.~.l v. Titlc. ~D~71.II315 f ~ u3--•~G:~~1 1.IL:~rv of (;~~, arezs ~f30bi; 0 3 ri o n t3 ci ~~:1 1 lop
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M / 50254 8423 t:! HPrror,ch der Phvsi]:, I,:•sgy. yon S. Ijur9e. S3 1^5t•- " v. iitagrs., tables. 26 c:n. Cerman, Fnglish, and French ; added t.-p. 1E.1:nglieh. Includcs b:LdiodrapL[es. C4\.TEr:T6.--Bd. 1-2. Einthemattsche Dietboden. Ba. 7. T. 1. I.ri,tallph;c-.lk r, V o? . ~ j:cctro ? ~ ~ :.co Ceo: f;l1i. Ir•st cf Tech. L!brary for Lth:•ary of Caugiec: 157 x10, U 3 () 0 n ki-j G~' 43 5 40
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50254 8424 w .dbiNiYV% Aschcnbrew1r:, li:~lr.titttf,. llundboch des Tahaklo>>:de!s, von Tf. 2>=.cht•nbrennt-r GLn'licr :~t-:lll. G. Aufi. O]dlelil:nt'g, l1uuS 5SS p. alus., port., ruaps. : 1 ci~. °Pruclc!uhtrrb-~ rict:tirung" : slip inserted. 1. Te,bnrc,T--~tanet<.:ct±ire nad trade. 2. Tr,bacco, 3. i. Stahl, Giintl:er, jotot ::utLor. it. Title. Ne\c York. I'ublic Lit-r:. ? for Librtu•y of Con^resa ' ,4I
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160 50254 8415 7Un(.b-ach t1e' j\Slto+IChniiC, 11i1:Pr 4ilt:ai},~lt pj Faeblento hr.g. von RuP1an6. E.t1in, Springer, ; v. 111 us. 26c:n. F:acL r;:1. has also spectal t. p. Co:c•rzNrs - i 9, TO. Itioch-mische Grundlagea der Lebensmlt:el'rteChh:!:~*. ;. 1. Aefrll:eratton an3 retrigerating machlnerp. 2. Food, I`rczan. 7. Tltle. T'P992.Y5i5 ; . G;-?!1^i Lfbrary nt rr>ngrc-s -- ~ cl) ~ ~ 0 n 2 4
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11 50254 8429 I4IBl.i(K':F.ApHI:_F, UIE FAC}`1.I'!TRATUR Gti.•S nUUNs ESFLIOTt1EKSw'f.SI:dl, ZWEITER VOL'XI' 2. . .. . . - _ • _ . .-,9 . t. . . ... .. ~_. _~...._.,.... _-.. .. __. .. . . .. . ~.:, ~ uA t'rA. iI' f~ vaf __,_:.. . .` .. •.+:. . t~ 3 n C1 1~ G b2 4 4 f
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50254 8421 11.1;1l.-.`Ll6ih `.ixm:F}PO~ =+f"IcV i.:..ia'1'Ol: 17. 1 t, 11!11 i.-" 17 ;n C=C/rc i?+:4c.lait Init F. ..A41iby le't a'~, R:•r,in, tiiy: it i C;,•atr'iwt:ol:: in Ge.aian cr 1S!:;1:::1~; added t 1>.: j,lent T'>>: =b:)n;r. Includr3 b'.ulic.oraphles. F:nc; cl(,i .d'a :. E~bSslote~l ciic: :'~ : Ca•ireNTS.--Bd. 1. GenetiscLe Gri.udiab L giitt~c. I.on~titutton Cei' P~1an .ct•.~?lle. 2ie,t ~. Yol 1.). G. l>atr: ,--'4• , et al. ; rec:k~iert von H. Ullricl, un3 1t. J. Bogen. 7. Bot in;: . -Physiolog-y. r. Rehi:znd, \4i1o.:he, 747t'>-- cu. ri.'ri:le: Eu(•tclopedia ofplae! 1physio'.o;v. Qi:711ai?~• l.ili) /Try uJ L•?llq:1V33 A
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%v I TS 22A0 Te 1980 W. . b~aad der schveiserischen Tabalrinduetrie 50254 8425 0EdE tion de l'induetrie suiese du Tabac, lIST) • Der eroand echxeizeriacber TsbakhKndle2j.,,,L- 98T8 SWISS TOBACCO DEALERS ASSOCIATIOt - den Verbaad schreiteriecher Zigarettenfabrikant!3 mit Jr 3itt~~ibourg - den ~rband schreizerischer Zigarrenfabrikanto* mit Sits ~YReiuach - denr/Jrein achYeizerischer Rauchtabakfabrikanten)ait ~ SitzVBern - Das ~~ ruppo ticinese induetriale del tabacc /sit Sitz TOBACCO--NISTORY/CIGARS--MANUFACTURE AND TRADE/TOBACCO--SWITZERLAND/ SNUFF/PIPE TOBACCO/TOBACCO--MANUFACTURE 6 TRADE/CHEWING TOBACCO/ _ Cottfired Tesperli, Zurich, Svits., 19T9/80, not paged (1980) (in Ceman) A description of the origin geography and history of tobacco aa rell o agriculture and historical developsent and current saaufactur• of cisar., cigaretes, snuff, chewing tobacco and pipe tobacco (with aos+e special refereoce to Switzerland. Tesperli, C. *(no affil.)* NANDSOOK ON TOBACCO. A MANUAL !OR TOBACCO SPECIALIv'ST. *(MNDdUC/i D!S TAaAKS.)• oaoonoo:za37 RJR CL1SS NO. TEXTDOOK TS 2240 Te 1980 ) i .
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49 It t.' 50254 8426 ; ~ %/andbudh dertechnischen ~ ~ Dokumealativn und BiS,iographis . .- , . . e a u 3 ...f _:..~ k~ar.dbock of Technical j Documentation and 6it;liography' r, Band10/Volume 10 ; TciI3/Pari3, 'rG. 1V f~~Vf If~k) 1971 Vertag Doi;umentation I MOnchen-Pullach und Berlin j i : ..• ynicrnationules ' Universitats-Fiandbuch i. ~ l~orid Guide to l_'niversi'ies Teil '3!Patt :S ~ ~ 1. Ausga be/1" Edition 1971 M, yI a K~,~~d~~ \, ro~i~ ~t ~a3ten, l.atcinamerika AAlriw!Cyn3~~, LTR,cd~Latin Arnarica t Verlag Do!:urnen;ation ; Mimchcn-Puil; ch und F3ertia , 1 i r .l t ;
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'7 50254 8436 I +lifl,}i..~r: vo Har:dbuah Zcr techn:sOn-n Do:umeatstioo und Biblio3YaphiF, 1369- y';/-7E4 pages Yer2sg Dakumentation :'.un:cren-Pu2?•ach, Germany ~:d':::~.i:Ea': JY%2'tllLF$ ~'} r.2,.Av~h:1%.ESSE1TCc;, (ribJ.ish,°=0 InternaCicna'.. Directorc•.) <., ,._ .w,.,..-.. ~.~ n ~n 1! 0 2 44 &
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Y 50254 8440 XI Mel-78 S.P. -1tatidelsblatt .. .. .. . . . . . , . .. RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET XI Mel-78 s.p. CIGARETTE PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION FIGURES FOR 1976. *(Blauer Dunst in Zahlen 1976.)* Handeslblatt, 197 , p. not given abstract) . V A presentation of annual cigarette production number of cigarette smokers, per capita consumption and annual expenditures for cigarettes in West Germany, England, Italy and France. . ~:~na.0.0 c,:i4.6 0 (Feb. 27, 1978) (in German with English