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1~.:m~ss~~~~ elt~ . 50257 0002 ~E>l: `."T~4FirARE1?'~~~BQSCOPg. ~ , •. .• Kendall, David Nelson, ed. Applied infrared spectroscopy, edited by David N. Sen- da1L New York, Reinhold Pub. Corp. [19661 F ]rv, :f6o y. 111ns. ?.1 cm. ~ Includes bibliographies. - 1 Spectrum, Infra-red. i. Title. I F , QC457.K4 535.842 65-29169 l . Ltbrary of Congcess ,&TI4I C~ i t~ 0 tlti~'i 0~ 2 9 6
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I , ~ , . . ' . ; L INTERNATIOtiAL COLL'OOi1IUM ON GAS CHRO!TATOGRAPT•TV/ CHROIriATOCRAPHIC ANAT.YSIS--GAS CHRn*lATOGRAPHY/ QD • 271 Ko 1977 ?. C. HEYDEN Pericin-Etme. 8odenseevMerk, CbKlinacn. FRG Edited by Bruno Kolb - -__------ - ~:, 50257 ,0001 . ,Appftedoo >~eadspace . ~ C~aS~ %,Chromatographayl <.ONOON • fN/IADELPN1A • NNEINE 4 1, J'LM.A•
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/ 50257 0005 a c. QA ! 276 ' Ne ~ 1974 ; r - ~pptied~_Linear- , tatistrcal-Mode s, vS 3 egr sion, Analysis of ariance, and xperimental Designs l John Neter u,wr.rsRy oa G.c.yia .nd ~ William Wasserman Syncun univasiey 1974 RICHARD D. IRWIN, INC. Mom.woua, mnois eo43o IRWIN-DORSEY UMfTED Gwrp.town, Ontario L7G 483 v'i~ =i L: _ , . ( 010010009) 299) ~ r
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50257 0004 , . ~ 41PLIEM"gn=W7'J4W qYMCOi1TeA`LV•, ~iDTSB~iiNG, Symposi= on Applic3 i:inatics Sponaored by Industrial and Eaginoesring Chemistry of the dmericsn Che~aicnl Society, Vashingtoa, D. C. June 13,14, and 15, 1966 1967 224 Pages Jlsarican r,.•.micsl Soaimty Wuhington, D. C. 0 ~ npn.y~o ~2 9a. , i
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bistitute 6f Pr:zoiecun, Lwdo& Applied mas3 spectrometry; report of a oonferenoe organ- ized by the aiase Spectrometry Panel of the Institute of Petroleum and hela in Loadon, 29-.31 October 18li3. Lao,- dw4 19K v% 3aa p. rilus. disRa, bWaR 22 em. Iad.aa. mLitaQapbk.. o~0 0 0 '0 0 9 3 a'-o
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50257 0003 Hillebrand, William Francis, 1853-1M. Applied inorbanio analysis; with special reference to the analysis of metals, minerals, and rocks, by W. F. Hillebrand and G. E. F. LundzIl. 2d ed., rev. by G. E. F. LuudeL, H. .i. Bright iand, J. I. Hoffman. New Yori:, Wiley 11953, 2034 p. iilus. 24 cm. 1. CHemistry, Anaiyttc. 2. Rocks-Analysis. r. Lundell, Gustav Ernst Fredrick,1881-likro, joint authoc u, Title. ui. Title : Iuur.aaic analysia j QD131.H55 1953 "D 543.7 53-7599 = Library of Congress ta3d 104 r.: . . .. .. . . y-•.... , . ~ f . 7297
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50257 0007 QA Sherwood, Thomas liilgore,1903- ~ 303 ... Applied mathematics in chemical sngineering, by , g Thomas K. Sherwood ... and Charles E. Reed ... 1sL ed. : New York and London, McGraw-Hill book company, ina, zl, 403 p. inns., dlatrs. 23} cm. (Cbemical ensineerlng aeries) ± i L Cbemlcal engtneerlng. 2 Calenhi. 3, DifferentlaI eqnattoos.L Reed, Charles EU,1913- joint author. u. Titie. ~ TP14O.S5 660 39-" Library of Congresss c53Jij 4 ,
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50257 0009 Applied,"rtct2iod'*F ~o t. 3, ? t. 11 .~.-.Y ,~ ~K_r. ., $j T+ " 1 iicr~r~ I' tJl~t~Ls L. . .. I V . A:dr 4r:w Yar% 0 1 0 0 n a 09 3 0 3 ,
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50257,,0013 QA 276 Da 1978 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ . Houghton Mifflin Company Boston Dallas Geneva, Illinois Hopewell, New Jersey Palo Alto London 0 1 Q0e009 307•
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, --_ __ - ---. 50257 0008 COMPUTERS/ AtPIll LIK $°1P~'T~A?3tS~A1~1D'CryMFiTTAT10I~~e~r~~~ of"~Fonographss ; Tractbookss__ *~eit~erks = Series Editor : Robert Kalaba 2Qi6 Pattern Recognition PI'iric.ipjeS To JULIUS T. TOU 1974 Ccnicr for Information R.scurch Univcnity of Fhorida. Gaincsrilk RAI'AE.I. C. GONZALEZ Dcpartmcnt of lilcctrical Engin.tiring Uni.crsny of TcnncssLc. Kno«•illc V~+ 1974 Addison-11'cslry 1'ubli.hing Cor.ipany Advanccd Liuuk Pruormi Itcading. Ma.~a:hu.rtU London • AntacrJant • Don mil1.. Uniarin • S)dnry • Tu{.%,) r 0 1 o anoo93o~~;~
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. 1RkI- .V- , 50257 0015 / TS 141) Ro 1475 AT:CIIL'p Packaging of 1 ~armaceuticals ~ . ~*A'PPtt6d'PackaqIn9A Editor: J. H. Briston, B.Sc., A.R.1.C., F.P.L, F.Inst.Pkg. This series is a co-operative venture between the publishers and the lostitute of Packaging, and brings together into 2a convenient set of reference book: information on specific products such as chemicals, cosmetics, fresh, s1c frozen foods, pharmaceuticals, and processed food. . ~ . . . C. F. Ross London Newnes-Butterworths ., . ..W ,.._ ._. _ d VQ i ~t10 0930 9 < " ,
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~' 50257-0016 QD 281 A~ ' 1965, 44, G&'-,7/ Inter3cierce ;~iley) Hew York 0 n 10 A 0 0 9 3 1 0
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BIOASSAY/CARCINOGENS/ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING/MUTAGENICITY/ AMES TYPE TESTING/ ~i~~OI~N ~NOOLOG~G APP= volnre 3~ .• QH 465 Wi 1980 ,THE PREDICTIVE VALUE OF SHO)RT-TERM SCREENING TFSTS IMCARCINOGFIVICTTY EVALUATTON Workshop on the Predictive Value of in viao Short-Term Screening Tests in the Evaluation of Carcinogenicity held in Dalen, The Netherlands on April 28-29,1980. i9so Organized under the auspices of the Scientific Council of The Netherlands Cancer Society (Koningin Wilhelmina Fonds). ELSEVIER/NORTH-HOLLAND BIOMEDICAL PRESS AMSTERDAM - NEW YORK • OXFORD Edirors G.M. Williams R Kroes H.W. Waaijers and K W. van de Poll otaooaoy3 0 q
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50257 0011. III MeA2-78 S.P. t . MANGANESE/ SOILS--NUTRIENTS/ CoMUN. YN SOIL ECIL•'tiCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS, 9(4), 317-333 (1978) ,AI'WEDW ='EXTRACIB)~Slf',f 4MM8'i HOAS' CO~R?f.~1TCD~' ^MPt~CO~fIRATIONSrI~;,Stl4GBL~'w~.F.AC~TISSt1E.O~t A`~Q1ftilitSYi$'!c`.SOF~~ KEY Y~ORT)S: Double Acid, 0.1N H3P04, DTPA, Small Exchange, pH L. M. Shumanl, D. 0. Wilsonl, F. C. Boswelll, M. B. Parker2, and K. Ohkil University of Georgia Georgia Station Experiment, Georgia 30212 and Coastal Plain Station Tifton, Georgia 31794 o,~o0nn0~3 os
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• , QP 141 Wa 1973 S~ci-A? A ~ h ~ ' 774 'COWCAc.! MQC'FICE"i Edited by MICHAEL WALCZAK, M.D. a(/ _ RICHARD P. HUEt.iER, M.D. G Selcctcd papcrs and discussions from thc 13th Annual Symposiam of 1hc lLnternational Collegc of Applied Nutrition, Pasadena, California. I .x o IC)- 4; ', , ;;;"a V-\Tl:kcc)N'•INEINT;, M1'1)ICAt. 13c)ol: C:c11it - :SI I'ail. Avea)uc Swillt, Ncw 1"mk. New Yurlc 10016 and I.u.)do 0 9 3~ ~ $ , ~' , , .
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50257 0017. QD 281 Ap 1972 for AWhesivcs Bonded Structures Ncl1 at Stcrena ('.cnter, Stevens Inctituce of TccSnobgy, llobokcn, New Jcrxy. August 23-A IS.! .....------ Sponsorcd by • ~ Picntinny Atser.al, Sterewr lrwliluk of Tadnotopy ' Editor AlicLacl J. Iiwlnae . • • Picotinnr Ancwl IN"TERSCII:ICR PUBLISHERS : /yy.t a d'irision of JOHN WILEY & SONS h'M1 YORI: • LONDON - SYDNEY • TORONTO © 1~ V3 () nc) l7 t)-? I'1
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i 50257,0023 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QA 276 Dr 1981 Draper,N.R.;Sr+ith,H,; .,... ,......_ ~.. ,. A ..__,Ai~ALYSIS,. . _ _--a- ~ ~+A _.'" .~E.GRESSI0 N1, 5 c. John Wiley & Sons, Inc..New York, NY.81.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 1584 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 3 1 7
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" 50257 0021. QD 281 Bo 1974 Archer / ~1'~111~C~~~"''~i0 °.~94~t_. ~' Tecluiolobical Asi~ects of the Mecbanical Behavior _,,.. 1'1'itco Aa u•d Symposium Iiouorinb Dr. Turner Alfrcy, 1-Icld at Detroit, 1]icliiran, May 2, l)73 Sponsored by The Amcrican Chcmical Socicly Edi tor Ttaymolid F. Boycr Tlic Dow Chemicul Company 117idlauid, j11ieltiqan •l8G10 PobrW.ed by JOHN WILEY & SONS NEW YORK • LONDON • SYDNEY • TORONTO a 1~ 0 ~i0 0 i of ~olylllel'S 3 1 5 . ,. ; 1
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AGEMBATT/ ACS AUDIO COURSES/ CREATIVE THINKING/ 50257 00 22 IT RD 69 Am 1977 PDDL 1977, The4erican Chemical Society ~ . ~ ~1/ r i1r' ~wt 1i/ L~~r! Y~~i. Package includes: , 9 6 cassette tapes; aboveXitle; / booklet entitled, "TdEYCREATIVE PROCESS, by Angelo M.~Biondi )0&.-41c/ 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 3 1 6
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50257 0025 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ QA ~Series: QUANTITATIVE APPLICATIONS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES, V. 19, 276 20, 21, 22 twlls Series editor= John L. Sullivan 1980 Vol. 19 DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS By William R. Klecka Vol. 20. LOG-LINEAR MODELS By David Knoke, Peter J.Burke Vol. 21. INTERRUPTED TIME SERIES ANALYSIS By David McDowall; Richard McCleary; ErEo1,.E. Meidinger; Richard A. qay, Jr. Vol. 22. APPLIED',REGRESSION - AN INTRODUCTION By Michael S. Lewis-Beck -~ .2~• SAGE PUBLICATIONS/ Beverly Hills/ London ( 0 1 0010009) 31 9~ ) )
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50257 0026 ' .1 .A I uC Scott, Du~ene 'd., ~d. ' Applied research` in the United States. Re- port of the National Acadery of Sc; encEr-- National Rerearch Council to the ;•,utual Se- curit;r Agency, Na-ch 1, 195". t:ashington, D. C., rTational Academy of Sciences--ratior.al Research Council, 195<. 90 p. 23 cm. 0 t a 0 n , 4 Q,) 3 1 0
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FABRICS/TEXTILE FIBEF.S/FIEERS/ QD 281 Ap 1973 t 50257 0019 -KPPF:IED'gd. ,=7S'*1I2Q'S~~~ ~ . ah-2len1 ~e~:•z~zi~•e and f ~ ~ { la~~e-~ esistai~.t ~'~.bei•~ Y y Editors: ~~ Held at Ncw York Z City, New York J. Preston ~ ~ - . August 47 ~ C/Kmslrand Rrsrarrh Crnl.r, i Sponsored bl The.lmerican Ch.emicnlSocicly Durham, .\'orlk Carolina E ~~ i~ an Interscience'" Publication published by JOHN WILEY & SONS NEW YOlil: • LONDO\ . SYDNEY . TORONTO conom. J. The CarGorundum Conymnqr I /`iapara Falls, New York t~ jb 0 jo 9 ~ i
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lik'. -`'- ~---- - -- _ --, 50257 0024 -._._.._.._ _ - - ...~~~..._.._ STATISTICAL ANAL'YSIS/ QA 276 K1 1978 FApplisslvRegression-Anaf ysis and otheWulUva,La?le ;,M eth.q:.~s DAVID G. KLEINBAUM S LAWRENCE L KUPPER ~ Q TM [Inlvorsltr ofNoith Caiolla. .t Chapd tWl DUIaURY /RESf NoRb iohaeft. Mess.cAupeet oi 1 , ~1. ~~ .. , ). I
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. 50257 0027 . LUNGS-"PHYSIOLOGY/RESPIRATORY TRACT--PHYSIOLOGY/ANESTHESIA/ 2nd Edition (1978 J. F. 1\?UNN ' Nu 1977 ° ~ RC ~~ 756 AfTedq, ~- M.D.. Ph.D.. F.F.A.. R.C.S. (Eng.) Head of Division of Anaesthesia, Medical Research Council Clinical Research Centre: Honorary Consultant Anaesthetist. A'ortnwick Park Hospital, Middlesex. Formerly Professor of Anaesthesia, University ojLeeds. BUTTERWORTHS LONDON-BOSTON SYdncy-Wdiington-Durban-Tor; onw :r i 0 1 a 0n a0 9 3:z1 I
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:7?: C -'i!it:e,i. ,. , •; Qn Tli:r*S, PULYMER/ LA?•tINATES/POLYMERS AIdD NOi.Ytl'ER1Zi1TI0N--DL•'GR;4JA'CIV::/ 281 Ap I "RADATION, MICROBIAL/ 1973 ~ r C Polymeric Materials for Unusual Service Conditions Held at Ames Research Center, 'NASA, 3loffett Field, California, November 29. 30. and December 1. 19;2 Sponsored Jointly by :\"alional Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Reseatch Center, and the L`nirersily ojCalijornia, San Diego Editors published by JOHN WILEY & SONS Dlorton A. Golub NEW 1'OIII: • LONDON • SYDNEY Ames Research Center, NASA Moffell Field, California TO ' • TORON John A. Parker Ames 1 1esearch Center, NASA , ' A1o,(jelt Field, California o j aor~~o~~~a 50257 0020
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_....:~.~ .~_ _. _. . ~_.., ,.. _ _..:...:~._. , .._ .._.,:- ---- ::,:A- ~ -.:w.--- - -- 50257 0018 POLYMERS AND POL1^IERIZATION--FIL24S/ POLYMEF.S AND POL1TtERI7.ATI0N--FfELTING/FILMS,. FORMATION/ POLYSTYRENR/ ' QD 2>;i. A . . 1973P A-` Seminar :.~.~. 1 ~ _ ~ ~~ F.j' Ut and RI-1-Zacolo)o-v , }sditors llcl,t al Tlno Criivcr:ity (,f Tenncsseei l:no..•ille, l)urlald C. 7:uinuc and ut CaIlinburg,'L'cnurmcc, August _"3-=6, 1972 The iTrrircni/y of 7•tvurc.sec Spuuwrcd jointlv by 77it r1'a/ionalSricncc Fourrdalion (U.S.A.) i\l i•az.~ 1'a~nnn~oio and '/•!ro.lapan Soc.icly jur the Promotion oJScierrce (Jupan) lt,~~4.i~r'(r4~p,l+lun (inirersily 1.. \C hir,• cFBle •• ~ an Intcrscicnc•c'~ 1'uLlication ,1 ~ I lp T5 fral y ( rnrr lll c • ... ~~ pulpli.~hcJ by JOll\ W1L1:Y & SONS \ew YOItl: • LO\t)t)\ TORONTO :~l ~....~ • .~ .,.~ ..;~.,....~. . ~ ,.. ~ ,
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50257 0031. I , WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND MA1HE.*.S/1TICAL STATISTICS/ STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ /VARIANCE/REGRESSION/ QA 276 Du 1974 , ae- . PDbj- i c. OLIVE JEAN DUNN Professor of Biostatistics University of California, Los'Angeles and VIRGINIA A. CLARK Associate Professor of Biostatistics University of California, Los Angeles 2 S JOIiN WILEY & SONS New York • Chichester * Brisbane
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50257 0033 X- 16 vnYING ItARITS--RELT?'niTZSI1INr /TORACCO--S MnKINI',--AtPfI-SMKI\r CA?MAICN/ TOT:ACCO--SMOKINrr--PSYCITnLor.Y/S1+nP.INr, ANn ITEAT.TT'/TOBACCO-SAfOKIN('.--ITEABT P'ZOBLE.''~i BEHAVTnRAL SCIENCE/1IEART--DISEASES/ 1 RC ' 682 ~ En ~ ' 1975 r r PROCEEDINGS OF A CONFERENCE Seattle, Washington June 17-19, 1974 Edited by AI n J. Enelow, M.D. and J ith B. Henderson, Ph.D. rican HeaR Associatbn, Inc. 1975 o n o o~ 3 z 711 - . 'l
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Im' CHE.*QSTRY, ORGANIC--IDENTIFICATION PROCESS/MASS SPECTROMETRY--ORGANIC COA`pOt3NDS/ INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY-ORGANIC COMPOiJNDS/NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONAP:CE SPECTROSCOPY/ ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY-ORGANIC COMPOtINDS/OPTICAL ROTARY DISPERSION/ ^~ RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY/ ° ' QA ~pecti'oscopic ~.' 117Br, N 2974 1 Methods of ldentif ication of Microquantities of Organic Materials . . 6.M. AYUX Depo.tneent oI the Ennironment of ehe State Cooenwr.reat of Tatnwaia Avurolia ; . Edited by Edward Gzame, Jr. z97d MARCEL DEKKER,INC.,NewYock A' I t
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, .50a57 0032 0 t I Ad -81 5 P- , 78 X 29 16-18 (Oct.965) . . ;. _ P1~j'~,, ~' `~r~~1 ~ LEONARD KUD/StH ' 1~ Adverrising*Sales~Relatiow..hi~ ~Modelqo~~'roduct~Fields ~`~ A a n The amount spent on ad- vertising a brand, its "mo- mentum" in the product field, and the effectiveness of its advertising are three important factors that can now be measured. Can their relative influence on sales-share change be meas- irrdb --q-. 4-x b --- The President of Schwerin Research reports how this -has been done in a broad mathematical model. He believes that the knowledge thus gained -wil) have in- creasing importance in mak- ing realistic decisions in specific brand sifuafions.
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50257 0046 0. Doa S sradecre,•t riusfr-c98 Library A GUIDS TO :1,'1?aGL; zaT SERVZCE,S 29bt3 260 Page9 ThoOas Y. Cro+yell Ca. vew York 0 0 n ;0 0 9 34 2 - , . I
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50257 0045 I AYPRAISA~`0 : F'~CHEM~CALS"~'YDf~'OOI~S, ..:~•..,~ _s o zaa 'saociLa~n of Food and Dr•~g 0_1 ....az unitQd i,Ppim::S~i. 0: 'liiS S.',.iTY 0: CHr,'.:IChLS FL'4DS, DKCSS, ?-ND CO5:w.TICS 1465 107 gs„2a The Aasociatica of cood snci D:.:g Gaicials of tha 1J:.Lts'd .°i%44~.4sS iOESt;jiB, Z.S.T15ay ,
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TOBACCO--TAR--CHF.MICAL FRACTIONATION/ CONDENSATE. / 1977 AN APPRAISAL OF VARIOUS APPROACHES TO THE FACTIONATION OF TOBACCO'S'SIO0 TS •. RJR CLASS NO. 2?40 . Whitehead, J: K. To .(Tobacco Res. Counc., London, Ct. Brit.) Tobacco Res. Coun., Res. Paper 13, 56 p. (1977) (in English) *I:_eywords:* smoke, condensate, smoke, const!tuent. ~Substances are present in whole- smoke condensate which when. . f , ,01-0~0, 0009 341 \ •tested by two stage carcinogenesis bioassay act as tunour- initiators, tunour-promoters or anticarcinogens. Although there is recent_evidence that_substances_w•h_i_ch show promoting activity do not necessarily act as co-carcinol;ens and vice versa, experiments with condensed fractions have mostly : . / i f
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S0ZS7. 003a Marcuse, Sophie APPLYING COtyTRGL Cii.SRT i•i.'TW-US TO TASTE i'ESTIIrG. From: Food Industries 92: 316-18 (1947). AN APPLICATII::i OF THE COh`TRU CHaR'r MaPiiDD TO THE TESTIirG Lz wRICETIIVG OF. F00Da. A paper presented at the 10th annual meeting of Vie American Statistical Associarion, WashingLon, D. C. Dec. 20, 1944. Washington, 1945. 3 p. 26 cm. 0 1 3 2~ 0
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I*t~• -V' - 50257,0041 . i RA 576 I , Un Seruice P*blic flealt S k U E , . . . . ~ Apprais::l of air pollution in Tennessee; report of a coop- erative survey by.~ the U. S. Public Health Service and the State of Tennessee Dept. of Public Health, December 1fl36- July 1957. jByjPau1 A.. Kenline, senior assistant sanitary engineer. Cincinnati, U. S. Dept. of Health, Education, and ~~. Welfare, Public Health Service, Robert L Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, 1957. .j Y, 85 D. maps, diagra., tablea• 28 cm. i L Alr Pollution-Tennessee. i. Tenneaese. Dept. of Public Health. rr. Senline, Paul A. uz. Tttle. C i TD883.U537 ~ 628.52 57-60866 ~ Iibrary of Congress t5Jc21 C) 1 0 0 n 0 0 9 3 3 's
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Tg 7lant Engineering Library 7870 , Pl ELECTRICAL - VOLUME 1- 352 Pages Cont.ins 8 books - consisting of: 05.1,JApplication and Specification of Industrial Electric Motors 05-Z. yOperetion and Maintenance of Industrial Electric Motors 05-3,jogetting the Most from Your Electric Power System 05•{.'StWbyStep Analysis for Troubleshooting Industrial ' Controls O5s,toflectrical Estimating for the Plant Engineer 054.y(}tdustrial Electrical Control 05-7-/ifttence of Plant Utilities Control 05•B.WLnning and Designing Industrial Lighting Systems PLUS ... An attraetive. h.avydutY. embossed vinyl binder Plant Engineering, Reprint Dept. , 1301 South Grove Avenue, Barrington, Illinois / , . 50257. 0035 ELECTRICAL - VOLUME t( - Contains&~ooks -consisting of: 05A.JAppfying Etcetricaf Equ`rpnieMr7ArOMt~ 05-10;)4,~ustrial Elcctric Motors 0.ri-11 j yWustrial Lighting ANSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Book No. 85•1. pplying tnstruments. : and Controls-all phases of controls sys- • tems, from the basics to applying sys- , tems to analyzing the results are covered. A pro and con treatment of instruments = for measuring density of slurries and the outline of a course for instrument repsir- _ ~ mNl are included. 29 pages Price: $4.00 Book No. 85•2.4-11pplyiny Instruments and Controls, Volume Il-reviews a variety of subjects: recording instru-„ ments, ultrasonics, pressure gages, build• ing a detector, lease or rental considera- tions, liquid and gas-flow rotameters, clampon ammeters, and building a solid state control circuit with func- tion modulee. 0 t A 0 0 0 09 3 2 9 I'r
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50257 0036 TK ~/ lant Engineering Library 7870 P1 ELECTRICAL - VOLUME 1- 352 Pages ARCHER Contains 8 books - consisting of: ' 05-1.fi4ppl•ication and Specification of Industrial Electric Motors 05-2. y0peration and Maintenance of Indust(ial Electric Motors 05-3, y9etting the Most from Your Electric Power System p~. sstq).bystep Analysis for Troubleshooting Industrial ' Controls Or6.4lectrical Estimating for the Plant EnaineK 054 ,i~ stnae Electrical Control 05-7. Knce of Plant Utilities Control 05.8.ning and Designing Industrial Lighting Systems PLUS ... An attractiw. heavyduty. embossed vinyl binder Plant Engineering, Reprint Dept. 0 1301 South Grove Avenue, Barrington, Illinois e1A40r 16~e_2C_ o ~ ~O~~O ~~330 ,' ELECTRICAL - VOLUME II - . Contains.fbooks -consistinp of: 05-9.JApplying f.lcctrical Equipment Protectir 05-10i~ c)ustrial Etrctric Motors 0Si-11~ustrial Lightiig ANSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS I ~ \ Book No. 85•1. pphMg InsuuntlM-4l!• ,and ControWall phases of controls sys- tents, from the basics to applying sys- tems to analyzing the results are covered. A pro and con treatment of instruments for measuring density of slurries and the outline of a course for instrument repair. men am included. 29 pages Price: $4.00 Book No. 85•2.C*Applying Instruments and Controls, Volume It-reviews a variety of subiects: recording instru-•. ments, ultrasonics, pressure gages, build- ing a detector, lease or rental considera- tions. liquid and gas-flow rotameters, clamp-on ammeters, and building a solid state control circuit with func- tion modules.
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(Evalv"t.o-l oF ic;a.cco q::al,t7 • Ta;,Cc s^aatfr.oa burai2:; ?=c-axtie3 r.r:d oCi:cr of tua Lea:, Ch~.lcai C=?o-!ticn c: tr,c 'a'a5acco ,'eaf saL Tobacco Smoice, Q1aa2tty X.tdzxes) ASXon. Tr Oj>. (~O,^~CA~~SL•~ Zn T ` 55S• II `07 (I1+.4) -. ir c:each wity En3ZiPb eL=ary. 0~ o 0 O'G 0 1 3 4;5 t
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50257,0043 .S•P• CARDIAC EFFECTS OF IiALOCE~ATED HYDRQC:1F.80N'S IiI Du2-73 Appxaisal,}~a~o~~TY~Ca~'~rea:x~~'g~rfs~if~ag Agerits;''Proc. • Willard S. Harris tiBSTPJ.CT University of Illinois College of Medicine Ziis brief review demonstrates that, contrary to their widespread reputation as inert, the fluoroaikane, gases, or Freons, that are used as aerosol propellants are rapidly-acting and potent cardiac toxins. This ' discovery, first reported in mice, has been confirmed during adequate oxygenation, either in vitro or in vivo, in rats, cats, dogs, monkeys _ and man. The fluorocarbons, or Freons, that propel aerosols are toxic to the mouse heart, sensitizing it to the early appearance of sinus bradycardia and atrioventricular'block during a subsequent partial as- ptryxic challezge. Qur studies have also shown that these gases enter the arterial blood in sonkeys, cats and dogs after inhalation And des- pritn adnq.--• - cf ~'`i: :~^~en...i:^, _zpidly -- y ~'j ..: ...=_:~e cc ~ ~O - ... _ .. ~! seconds ventricular prc::aturebeats, ventricular bifenin;•, and ventricular tachycardia c:ihen breathed by awake or :utesthetized rontceys, lower 1rtcrial pressure and peripheral resistancP in several species, and, a Poi:it for are direetlv toxic to vcr,tricular :-yoc;irdi::-, k
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soas:? ooaz. : i , i. i • III: Du„-?3 ,~oXICCtiIAC: Cz ?Yrc~.'.YSI S.YSIS FRGDLCTS oF . ` . I:~.i.C1Gc ~.i: _ED 1:C1.:TS ! : . Y 5 , . James D. Mac::ven ~!. f 7 ~ ~t 1lM/~+'At.~1JL~L j Sys!:eMed Co:;:oration The tux:ci.ty of a candidate fire extir.guaaaat aud its pyro:ysis products dre.:::art.rs of considerable importance in the selection of t suitablc firc-:i~,hting agcnts. Zhis is partfcuiarly'true of the ha2o- geuated agent:s -chich are chemica:ly changed in the process of putting , out a fire. l.itho::Sh adequate 9.nforWation is available for comparison ; , of the acute inI:alation tex;.city of u•.ost halogcnated fire extinguishants to rod^nts, tne :+vaiiable data on the toxicity of r.yrolysis products are meager and difficult to compare. T'ney are difficult to compare because : ' uniforra methods liave not been used in obtaining the daza and also be- ' cause r3riati.or.s in te.*nper.aturc, fi*.el burned and available oxybcn result ' : in lar,e differences in the amount cf halogenated agcnC.pyroiyzed and ~ the chemical t; ecies f.ormed. 0 10 0 n 0 0 4 3 3 6
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50257 0038 78 III Col CIiROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/ Edward C. Conrzd/Appli;atior~s & Marketing Speciaiist Waters Associates A \fO.N;C THE major tasks currently facin.,,,, food chern- is:s is the nutrient ar.al.,es required in support of nutrient labeling, requirements of FDA and USDA. In- ---ued emphasis on nutr.tion and nutrient labeling has ~ed tremendous pressure on both large and small food trms. NIost are finding it di$icult to comply w;th these re- quirements. :lit::ouah current analvsis metl:ods are re- viewed constantlv thaou~h collabo'rative cesting (1,?), many are still failv non-srecizc (3), Sme-corss•ni :;, and t:ot ;Wted to analyzinz multiole samples. Nfore often, it is difficult to obtain reliab'.e assavs, par:ic•.1aav at the low potcncy levels freauentlv encountered in uniorri~ed foods. ld_allv, we must develoo r: pid and reliable muIti-assati•s that dire:tlv deter:nine~utr;gsits,.~n ~ds. .d,eeds. ~ 3-iijh j4'jssia li~idl hr3.hato~~,.aeilv ~iP ) is par- ticu:arlv well suited to the rapid separation of vitamins and 1`nccoccnc ...-......i..-....-_. Inc. /Milford, Mass. reprinjed from taail I11tll1llct Ve~~2ioumz~i` September, 1975 :utows actermming uoCA ra: Uctc. ..aLac-av8uu1 the same colun.n. Figure 1 denncs the ms;or coaiponents of sure liquid cluomato;raohic s:•s;_rn, which i: vent resen•oir, luch pressure Fu.::p, injectoc umn, and some means of cetection. Two st: tors in use to<lav are the ultnav:olet svst;;c fixed or variable :vavelenath ( (:\'-vis) or t:ie versal detector, the di:erential ret:actorr.etc int:odLced detector (~Vat; rs •~~-a~l ~.~n ~ .
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50257 0044 fre ""Ex'~ti~ngs ing ASeritS;`Yroc: • :~(197~) 135 47 III IIu2-73 TOaICOLOGIC:L RrSPONSES TO PALOGRdATED IiYDROCARBONS ,' . : . S,P.• Travis B. Griffin, James L. Byard and Frederick Coulstoa " Albany Z.edical College of Union University - Halogenated hydrocarbons are widely used in industry With the fluorinated methanes and ethanes having found important uses as dielec- I trics, refrigerants, propellants, organic solvents and fire e::tinguishers and suppressants. These conpounds (termed fluorocarbons since the pro- perties are largely governed by the fluorine moiety) are coernanding an . increasing market in consumer products such as food toppings, h air sprays, deodorants, etc., from their use as propcllants. Althou_vh the interest - been addressed to the study of candidate fire extinCuishers and fire suppressants. 1`nc list of cor,.pounds investigated incorporates 11 differ- ent halogenated hydrocarbons, including the anestheLic halothanc (Table 1), but most attention has been directed to studies of bromotrifluorore:hane (tlaloT'i 1.1'.?:) and he7.:,f1L7Crocthlac (I•r:'Oi: 116). So;.li: detui.lEd "u~t~ntiGu has also been given to 1i2-dihremotet.r,r-tluoroc,tthane (i!alon 7.4U3), di- chl :o~},~f:roethe e( r~~~ d oct,~fluorocycinbutane (Frenn C-318). ,. s~. . t - L .. U Y~~U ~ . ~ ., .~ _ ~ .. of this laboratory in fluorocarbons is broadbased, attention has largely i ~ :
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50257 0055, 3 (1968) Tammea, A. R. iti A.'~PR04CH TO SPIECIFICI':R IN GLUt'.QSE DETER4iINA- ., i :,. ~ZaNS, by A. 8. Ta-aas and C. D. hordschow ~ t=. Jour. Clin. Patlhol. 49 (tJo. 5) 613-621 (tisy,1968) .,..., . 3 4 9
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~-~ 50257 0053 ; The Statistician, Vol. 13, No. l/c3-16 . ..` ..'~f~ 78 XI AdI -$1 A~~~.~v ~~1'dver~is~ng' l^ MM~ S.PW. :~,~ TIMOTHY JOYCE,t a O 9 TxM are, broadly! speaking, two types of advertising research. In the first case, which is usually appropriate to a situation where the advertising has' not appeared in the press, on the air or on the hoardings, an attempt is made to assess the probable effects of the advertising when it will actually be used, by simulating the proccss of exposure to advertising and observing the effects. This is what is conventionally known as "pre-testing." It has certain advantages. Experimental designs can be employed which ensure that matched samples of the population in question (normally the target group for the advertising campaign) are exposed either to one or other of two _ or more different advertising approaches, or to no advertising approach. We can, as a result, be reasonably sure that our experi- mental and control groups do not significantly differ in their past experience of advertising for the brand and its competitors. How- ever, the method also has obvious disadvantages. First, the process ~ of mure to the advertisement must to some extent be artificial _
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-~- 50257 0056 ~ .... ~ Ref . ~nsw aio A RS 141 • Un U. S. De fartment of ftealth, F:duc4tion and i+Tslfare, Office of the Secretary, Task Force on Prescription Druga TASK FOP,CE Oli °ItESCRZPTZ(3N D?;UCS, :,ppro:ct:cs :o Drug Zcwur:w" Lesiy,n. 1969 95 DaRes U. S. Dept. Realth, Education, idelfare, WashinF;ton, D. C. Q
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50257 0062 I -- -- - ~..,. • - r VII Iimbress, E. jM Approximate equivalents'of Russian and American tobacco leaf griad+es'according to position oP!stalk: l p.. 1)'ped, 1956 • ' o~ ~ o nC3
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~-~ TOXICOLOGY/INDUSTRIAL TOXICOLOGY/SAFETY MEASURES/TERATULUUr/ ,50 25 T 0058. BEHAVIORAL TESTING/AMES TYPE TESTI.NG/ RA American Chemical Society 1981 copyright 1195 -APPROACHES''f0"°SOLiIINGt-IfOUSTRIAr4TOXICALQGI;PNOBLEMS# Am 8 cassette tapes: •' , 1981 .•USING ACUTE TESTS TO DEFINE THE PROBLEM ; .. ,. ASPECTS OF REPRODUCTION, TERATOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL TESTING EMERGING AREAS IN TOXICOLOGY. o~ n 0 n 0 0 9 35 2 • ':_ 2. USING SUBACUTE TESTS TO EVALUATE SAFETY ' _.: I 3. APPLHING TOXICITY DATA TO WORKPLACE PROBLEMS '4.. MANAGING TOXICOLOGY INFORMATION - 5.. ASPECTS OF CANCER TESTING
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`- 5~257 0050 Su.•iul lfeh.1riar and Pcrsonality, 7 (2): 223•233 (1979) ~'LL © Society for Pcnonality Rcxarch (Inc.) , l . . % F /Z~97/s4y- APPR~1CHrAtif_t?IDANCE-~EIHA~IORS-.-AS-A~ UNCTl0e 0~PLEASA11f~'~1iESS-=AND=AROUSIN 80 II E~y-8Q " ' ~NDi1FJDUA S.A. QUALITY.O ,, F, 1NGS.~ "fflN~ ~ DI TIM.IILUS~.SCREENiN~ii~ . . . . ,.w~... .w...-• ,-, ~ V MELISSA HINES ~AL$ERT MEH)iAB1AN University of Cali/ornia, Los Angcles Pre/erence, aJJiliation, and wurk, three intercorrelatcd aspects u/ approach- avoidance to everyday environmcnJs, were investigated using slide stimuli. The slides were selected front a sampl¢ of 360 portruying a variety of indoar and outdoor settings, each o/ which had been rated by groups a/ subjec•ts on pleasantness•unplcawntness and arousing quality. The 72 slides used represented a 3 Plcusantnass•Unplcasanusess x 3 Arousing Quality X 8 Rcplicutions design. Written responaes o/ subjects to the slides were obtaincd using standardired measures o/ approach•avuidunce: desire to seek, stay in, and c•aplorc thc setting (pr.•/.•reiiccl. desire to interact soc•iully in the setting (a,Qiliativn). und desire tu work in the setting (work). All three approach behaviors were monotonirally J••--•-°•- -' • .? '~ '~ Q ~o.o o`~ 1 ) A r 4
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50,25.7 0051 ? , ~ A pr ,P5mpam#iV6-'- ~creening~'ofJbe1~6 Yit~Qnien;O1 ~ v . F._t . . . 1 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORINCl pESTICIDESf s'n avaQ~Gh~t<S - • _ ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY 3, tµ-1I79) a . -JL -. - D.•FREI''AG, 11. (•iEYF.R, W. KLEIN. A. G. KRAUS, '2E. LAHANIATIS, AND F. KORTE . , I-l aI fur Q1WJA ischr Ckyufr dc•r (irc~_~ItiCJiy(l1fi~r Strphlr~twn~i! UntN rh ~~rs~ I ng' Y' ( mbH AJiin~yj J)-tf042„ Newllerherl,I J wr,l-tirrnren.. 3 , / / Receired A M mst 16. 1978 The test system of the ecotoxicological profile analysis, including experimental details of the tests such as sct-up. duration, and spccies as well as type of mcas- urcd data, wcrc published by Kortc rt ul. (1978). The concept (Table 1) which is followed in this system is to assess the ecotaxi- calogical potential of a chemical rrtntpurutil•e to other chemical products. •1'hcre- fore. during thc course of investigation no significant changes in methodology arc possible in ordcr to obtain comparative data from standardizcd prucedures. This concept includes the facility of cvaluating individual chcmicals relative to cpvirpimy/ltal~ ac~rt;4lc 5fcrrncc cumpuun~t.. 'I*hc usc of thi. trst .ystcm aim. a~'ttth cst:`~~~1i.hmcnt of priority lists of chcmicals in gcncral, based on a set of expcrintrntul data. __
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..} 50257 0057 TOBACCO--SMOKE--PHENOLS/TOBACCO--SMOKE--APIDS/ ! ~ 76 IX Wa TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSISI •. _. . • • . . „z' . . . • . • . . . .(U."' S. Dept•: Abr., Agr.* Res. Serv•, Athens, Ga.; Univ. Ga•, Athcns, Ca•, , . . , PJR CLASS NO. ?AMPIILET 76 IX Wa Lialtcrs, ~ D. B• ; Davenport, •II• 'K. ; Nill, R. K. ~` ~PPRbACEiES~TO'?HE'~YDE:~FZCATIO:T"OIryPHECJ01,iC`ACIDS'IN-TOBACCO S.htOKE• ~ ... Bull. G.:. Acad• Sci. 33 (No. 2) 64 (1975) (in English) *Kd*holiidoktitt cywors: penc acs, sme, consuen.. . 0 1 6 0 P 0 0 9 35 1 I
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. - .~•..-, ft r 1. i 50Z57 0065 ) , f THERMAL ANALYSIS/HEATING RATE/ . XI Col-80 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAXPII.ET ZI Col-80 s.p. Ta~aStan, A. J. hilip Morris Research Center, Richmond, Virginia) ,qAii - APP$OZIPlATIOB= 3n - Z88 LINEAR HEATING itATE -IN NON-ISOTHBUAL- ICniBTIC# Jour. of Thermal Analysis 18 199-200 (1980) (in English) A near-linear representation of the linear heatinj rate is presented which con.erts ': - the exponential intejral into an integrable form and allows a simpk determination i of the activation energ,y to high accuracy. G f 40 ti~093~9 I
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Il1l• _.- - 77 II Re-80 S.P. . 50257 0060., /il ''A~? ....z..,.. J. L. Epler, W. Winton, A. A. Eiardigrce and F. l•t. Larirar 3iology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Rid3e, TN 37330 , ~^s,ch 1ointly s;~o»-or^d L~ , C.YVi~~,~,:r1t.. P t^.cttrG 1` : r~.nly ~- r~~ ~ (I~. rcy ~.;; I .t tl,: 0+ /.ir, ::;~ar ~ !. tit i:.::~:..r•~~~, -;~~ •~tii• C1i:~' .. ~, Uil41'~:ct. • / r . • Gy/ CCC`~~c~{:CC of this d1'tlcl??, the p'jZ i'.:~lol' (~r t'.~C~j)i~:•l t C~j)i~:•lt t.;z U.S. ri;a~ to ratain a r;;,,i,)xcZusiv.!, lic;:n°•e in znd tJ :.n;,/ ~J;)yt•i;;+1C Covaring tf1a r.rticlc. n0 n o 0 9 3S4,
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50257 0063 PAWAUMARQU~,., Pa3 IIY ~P'Rtf7~Y!~'A'~~fAT~`~ ~?1!??~.k~ .• Parsoaa, M. L.~ APP80RL'SATE HALF-I2 '^ISITY WIDTHS OF A NL'i43E8 Of ATGaIC SP3CTaAL L_,.r.S ilJr.D IN ATO.`''SC-Fi`iISSICa AND AT3.KIC-.LSC?3:IJti PW1E SPE==TS7, by M. L. Parscas; W. J. McCarthy aaa J. D. Win.fordasr App1. Spectry. 20 (No. 4) 223-30 (1366) a 1 1) 0 n " o 09 331) 7
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ti . ,, .. \•., . 78 III Re2-78 Technometrics 7(1)71-2(1q65) t-dnApproximntion to'Studcnt's t* * 50257 0066 DOYALD A. CARDIrCF.a AHD IlARnARA Fj.onrs IjONBAY Latbcnratics Division; Uak Itidge Nutional LaLoratory It has been the practice at eome establishmente to use ehort computing formulas to approxi- mato criticnl values of the Student's t distribution rather than to intorpolato from incomplete ~ tablca. For example, the formula ; t~ 1.9fif + 0.27 i - 1.03 bae been used as an approximation to tlro .975 quantile of Student's l with f> 3 degrees of • [ found in the populnr stntiaic:rl literature. Cut:coni (2J hss publi;hccl two short formulas in an fn:cdom.' For statrstical computatrons, the use of a formula of this typo is oonsidcred prefer- able to storing a t,ablo in a roaclrine. However, this typo of nanintcfiral rcpre-sent.atiun is not Italian journnl. Ilis rapcr is nbstractcd by Colombo in [1] where the authors learned ubout it. Gluconi'e formulae (in our notation) are l m 1.OG00//(f' - 2.43/ + 1.G9G)f, J> 1 for tho .U7b quantilo and -Z.5Yb84 - 3.1S5/ + 4 .212)i, f > 2 for tho .995 quantile. 0
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50257 0059 . Refereeyee Information TH£ ECOaOlt:ICS OF THE COT;GLO.NEAATE FIR71 Project No. 9.26.007 I IaiiOPLSX: A NEW COD,iCEPT IN DATABASE tlAitlCXNE[tT TECEfNOLOGY Project No. .9.26.002 t ~ DETEiCtINING, T_0$, MAi•1GE.MENT INFORMATION NEEQS: CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTOA METSiC: . .-1 : ~ f.IS.061 Project No. ' . . , , .~ I SPEECi CO.KM.tJDfIGST;ON project No. 9.15.030 Evlt,tuSlOtt 0F UrIER!¢DUtt iGa0KK.0t;T . ~ • Project No. 9.15.0:3 INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM 76 1n.-7v T,itssachusctts Institutc of Technolopr ~kct ~• 9.32.005 Directory of Current Research ~ Project ~k~ ~, ' f.1S.020 Imp10laC P1XtYISG : Project No. 9. 23. 919 . CAYPTOGtAPBY Project roject No. 9.13.003 IiATURAL IJINGUAGE OUERY 0F DATA DICTIONARY Project No. 9.13.018 COtJPttTER PRIVACY N1dD SECURITY Project No. 9 ti61 ~1 , . . RDMVEI<!AL Ti,O PER50!f INTERACtIOlt AND ( AaD COZITIVE STATZ CKANCES Project No. ~ 9.05.005 I ItAiURAi. U1aG0A6E o n 4.1+ro4t 905.001 ( IMAGC UNDfRSTAMIN6 A.W CoiQtR[R YISION
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, ' 50257 0072 TP 958 'Apricot=-Volatile Components' Ta' Taa$, Chung-Shib STUDIES 02i CEST$Iri VOLATILE Ca'SP05MKTS 0T 1!.°RTCOT, Pa*.,^P3S t.~?Mn-IA.CA (IIaivsraity of Calitoroia, Daria, ft.D.) 1967 58 PCLes Univarsity Microfilaa, Iat. Am Arbor, Miah.',gaa s . + G 9 3 6 6 ..
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,Vk. -`' ' i w1~ 50257 0071• 7IX MeF-E-410-7 ~ UMTED NATIONS FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION . WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION _ Joint FAO i WHO Food Standards Programme CODEX ALIMENTARIUS COMMISSION CAC/RS 44-1971 RECOMMENDED 1NTERNATlONAL STANDARD C01,, PEACH AND PEAR NECTARS FOR A' ' PRESERVED EX"CLUSIVELY ., Y 1 ~) r~ rr J 1-7 ~r ( BY PHYSICAL M EANS C:.~~ss..~..~ • . Q 6 S
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AcvrinVa4cA n+64.., YV4 .., 6.... ., . -.....,..... --• - likI•_v-- 50257 0064 . x m 't'~est`fory 0utliers ir~~ Lne r -`M'odels~ ~I~PP 78 III Rei':-78 P. Prescott• gsY WoRCs . 1cle University ot Southampton Unftr - Department of Mathematics ge$re+ni°j` anrlysir HiQhfietd, Southampton Raidwla England S09 5NH Outliets A tert statistic for detecting outliers in linear models involving residuals Mtandardised by their individual standard deviations is considered and it in nur%ested that its critical values are adsquately appnmimated by npper bounds fur the critical vahiep of a dimilar teut statistic involving rexiduaLr btandardized by a wiwtrnt standard deviation. The test procedure ia applicable to any linear model and does not r.qui.-e a rewnslyyiu with the suspected outlier omitted or treated ae a missing value. Two regression analyaes are given to illu3trate the procedure. t1 t AQ 0 Gt1~3s 8 They ehow the "ballooning" efFect uf the atandard deviations of the residualy from a first order model and consider configurations of the X matrix which give rise to large variation.sL in these standard deviations. It• is suggested that if the variances of thP residumN varied a creat deal it would be worth-
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' . .a .' Q . . A .. .. .-- ~- -----~ _ . ,• 50257 0076 .+~ xx . ~ `Apricots'-v ~ Un ;~ 7 U. S. Dept:_ of Agric„ Agric Res. Serv., Western Utilization Res. and Develop. Div. RESEARCH FOR BETTER QUALITY IN DRIED-FRUITS_ -Arxiwib. . - r' 0 1 0 0 ~~ 09 3 7 0
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. . ,-~ sozs7.oo7a - - _ .~ - ---~ -- . / t FRUIT--DISEASES AND PESTS--CAtiTROL/ ' ' r ' PLAIvTS--DYSEASES..AND PESTS/._... JCx r,aP-C-224-73 Nectar;ines; Agriculture Handbook No. 414 Ot - Marliet Diseases of Stone Fruits: Cherries, Peaches, and Plums , 0 ;0 e ilNT1'EU STA:ES UIEY:U:TNtLNT OF AGttICL'LTLRE Waar3el<ton, D.C. _ twued EkeemLer 1972 1or u14l1 t0. TvornntenGcnt or tJOrurnen.i., v.5. l:.ner+tn..nt PrN4r.~ OQio. WZMtywn4 D.(:. c.n4 a:ors w.l,.r asoauts 8y JOYIi U. jIAaYtY, WII.SOK V_ Sylr2H, JL, amd JACOa KA{JFHAN Ageieulitural Rc•earch Service i t t
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50257 0077 . TP 247 La 1976 C11~1I1111'Jri,i` 1, lrYl hNMci0riS SOJA 'rIATS Edited I,y J. J. LAGOWSKI IW:PART/6.NT Of CIIENIS'[RY TNL IUtilVLRSqY Or Tl.KAS AT AUSTIN AUSTIN, TLXAS , Volume IV SOLUTION PHT•.:~OMi:\'A ANINAPIiOTIC SOLVE.'TSr 1976 AC AD)'s ;lIC PRrS$ N<:w York S;In Francisco London A SuWiJiary of Harcourt ISracc Jovano.•ich, Publi.hcn h~ L ~ jjtj 0 0 0no09 3 ?! I 4
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50257 Q085 J 0 i 0 0n '0 0y3 79
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RcducinF llmoridc in indusaial t%astcwater ..........................................89 Cakium prwipitatwn is the igwst H nkly usrd meilwd te rtJuce tl4.ui.k•wm cmrrntnlw•m but tt+ae an wM jxmt*.y that can nJu.c tlwM Ars etrn fwtlxr. i~- 50257 0052 .I CoA-78 A Statement on National Policy by tKResearch and Policy Committee rorirauucm.l cng;nccrinF renicep .. .. .... . :0W 1 nde& of aAve ti.crs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210 Reader wnice lwacaed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 293 d~f.crY ,1.~Iknpa N++~ Jwnpy 1. ~Lw.e r ~ t+' FM of thei ommittee for Economic Development 0 0 0'0- 093.4 ..~Mw.,pl dam n~~~~m~nr 1 C177
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50257 007.3. ,_...:: . . ... ~• . ' ?P . . ./~.''I /'.. 1 'iS /tif ~•?Nq ~ ~ . / s / e >•s/ rcai ~ i Tt r{ S.*GNSI ~~Ltit Nc ! / F4- . Prn / /'~~icc~7~S~ ~oQ~j ~~tM~~{ ~~ The 13;M~whemist I l _ Fruits c,t~'.:~~. ~J.~ehi 1' trred:.ietS y *7-f FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ~..~. A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS Eana;.i Ho.rt 0. .. fnlvA7lr • c. 0. cWciQSmt a a. okcuvia • t A. L Hoac.w .._ _.. . . I ..,. : F. A. C. HUr.AiE - Bditcd by _ AR.C Food Res:arch Inaitute, Norwich, EngTaad VOLUJL'i Z '~ ' =97t ~_ . .. _._ . .... . . ... . ., • _. ~ . :: ACADE?,iTC PRESS London and Ncw'i'orSc o I r~ o r~ ~ u~ 3 6 7
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50257 0088 TAXONOMY/BIOLOGY, ENVIRONrIENTAL/ALGAE/WATER--POLLUTION/ QL KEYS TO WATER QUALITY INDICATIVE ORGANISMS 345 Pa 1975 OF THE Edited by v v Environmental Monitoring & Support Laboratory BIOLOGICAL METHODS BRANCH Fred K. Parrish SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES ; Georgia State College Atlanta, Georgia (Second Edition) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research & Development Q.QUATICgBIOLOGY SECTION tINCINNATI, OHIO 45268 o i 00n 009 3 $2
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50257 ,0082 `jlqn, - '5'~ - y.ria lA Ln :~c Ci.i cJ S'D+ 1952- Sa3 ~i~t3o;t, Iuc t. . i t].~.....,. .:e. to o ~ o0 n -6 0 a3 76
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' 50257. 0080 1-MENTHOL/SWEETENERS/FQOD_--.FLAVDRANTS/FLAVORANTS--MEASUR~iENTS/ TASTE--TESTING--FLAVOR/ WESTVIEW SPECIAL STUDIES IN SCXENCE AND TECHNOLOGY/ TI' 958 Ap 1978 FLAVOR: Its ~L~~mi~~;l, i~~ha~,~6®~~l, / armk LCZ MMC ~'aS ~.~CtS Proeeedins of the Arthur Q. LittIe, Inc., Ciavar dymposiumt 7977 edited by D Apt;i westviecv specialocrudies _1 t ,. , ;. , : . i ; l% .nd Tec:'r:neiogY t~ 1 fl 0 n 3 0jn ;re7Allc4
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1 :50257,0078 ...d --.:.- - ' ~i F..Las~ua~QADG~ 1 ; ~!~''iT ~ ~ ~ PRO~ ~ . ~ AM Lobo, Viguera i APRO4ZMU?tZE*tT0 IRDJSYRI.IL DE IAS SU3- PRODT?G'rl?S DEI. ~!LDy^'. Z7. .°,IZ.^SA L'ZZ LA ^a..'A; by L'iSu: .a L;.bi;.; B. LaFuente Yerriols a«d E. Primo YuferjR (Indu3trial utflization of by-nroducts of rice. IV. Xylose from the tr-wh (straw).) Analeg reAl eoO, esnan. fl.s. y qu*_rs ^!adrir; 4t?R, 901-10 (1952) o t rj0ji 9 372: I
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50257 0079 .~.+~...ti:~..~.=• ..r. _ OXYGEN CO:FOUDIDS, RING--NATURALLY OCCURRING/CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--SYNT:3ESIS/ SYNTIiESIS, OitCA:JIC/CARBOAYDRATES.--SY.IaiESIS/PROSTACj..NNDI\S/..A.ITTIBIOTICS/-. 1-'-j'IGMENTS--SY`TaESIS/PYRRtSLES 'ANTDERIVATIVES/I3UCLF:IC ACIDS-SYNTHESIS/ ! 1 QD 1 261 1973~ . 1 PDDL THE TOTAL SYNTHESIS OF ~TUI'.AL PRODUCTS U::c.~ ~y ~0HNVrKr;S:MoF-"~ VOLLTME 1~,Z, De"artmtet of Cbcaustry C.rletoa llaircrsiry, Ot/ana «'ILEY-INTERSCIENCE, a Division of John 1Viley & Sons, Inc. New York • London • Sydney • Toronto .,... r - _ ~.........-.-.., r.,. ~.,. , ,. ~.-... e. r n..-,. ~ . ~ Q 1 ~ 0 n 0 O~ 3 7 3
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s - r FISH--FARMING/SHRIMP/ SH 135 Ba 1972 Th~.fwmingwanc~H~sbandD~ 7oP Freshwate~~. ..'and,A4arineOrganisms -N. _ _ A N7LEY-INTERSCI£NCGPUBUCATIOh JOHN WILEY & SONS New York • Chicbester • Brisbane • Toranto , 0 a4 0 0 9 37 7 50257 0083 - - -- John E. Bardach Hawaii Jrnti4ute of Marine Biolo,ql John H. Ryther Woods Hole OcranoRraphir In..fihdtir - and William O. A1cLarney, ' oods Hole OrranoQraphir Irrstitutia
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I . 0 1 5025T 0081 vSour •e Sampling ' forvParticulate Pollutants Student Manual 7. ANTNOR/S) G. J. Aldina and J. A. Jahnke . PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND AODREES Northrop Services, ?nc. P. 0. Box 12313 Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME ANO AOORESS U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Manpower and Technical Information Branch Research Triangle Park, NC 27711 M. ~aR !ATION R(IORt '{ EPA 450 2•79-0Oi DuwMw 1979 10. PROGRAM ELEM NT N . B18A2C 11. N RA / AN 68-02-2374 13. TY,E O. REOORT AND PER1OO tOVEr Student Manual 14. SPONSORING AGENCY COOE 16. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES EPA Project Officer for this manual is R. E. Townsend, EPA, ERC, NC (F10-17) 16. ABSTRACT • This manual is used in conjunction with Course #450, "Source Sampling for Particul Pollutants", as designed and presented by the EPA Air Pollution Training Institute '(APTI). The manual supplements the course lecture material, presenting detailed discussions in an introductory manner on the following topics: I Basic Definitions for Source Sampling Report 1•lriting Basic Concepts of Gases Error Analysis .~ .. ~ 0+n 0 'o ,9 3 7~ S~f, . i
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50257 0086 ` .• , 6try .~f QD blitcheIl, John, 1913- 11r2 Aquametry, application of the Karl Fischer reagent to M; quantitative analyses involving water ~hy, John Mitchell, Jr., and Donald NIilton Smith. New York, Interscience Pub- lishers,1948. zt, 444 p. tllus. 24 cm. (Chemical analyda, Y. G) Bibliographical footnotea. L Water-Analysls. L Smith, Donald Milton, 1902- jotnt , author. u.Title. (Ser1^-1 QD142.D158 845.6 4$-7164• ISbrary of ConRress i151 a i ~On:ntj`~3$Q
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, .. VI Aq ~---- ~--=--~ 50257 0004 "IS TFiERE A SAFEP. WAY i0 TiCERE IS. .. di.~tD HSRC' S AUTHOHITATIVE ?:*fl: "- ADVr3.TIMChT'T. Charlo:te (?) Observer 1966, 4B (J;.:.e 8, 1966) (D ..,...-...- -~ ~- . .---~- - . . ' 0 9 3 ~~
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MOISTURE--DETERMINATION/TOBACCO---*IOISTURE--DE*ir:KMlNAitual 50257 0087 WATER--ANALYSIS/TOBACCO--ANALYSIS/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC/ ' I /qyo-,Pc, A Treatise on Methods for the Determination of Water Second Edition JOHN MITCHELL, Jr. E. /L du Pont de Nemours & Company Wilmirtgton• Ddaware Winefordner DONALD MILTON SMITH Waquoit, 6lassachusetts A K7LEY-INTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION JOHN WILEY & SONS S New York / London / Sydney / Toronto /i CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS ON ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND ITS APPLICATIONS, VOL. 5. Ser. ed.-P.. J: Elving & J. D. Mi Partl ' QD Aqtxa.-nletr)~* 142 1977 ~
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- 50257 0090 ~ AQUATIC ANIMALS, EFFECT OF WATER POLLUTION ON/ VETERNARY ONCOLOGY--CONGRESSES/CARCINOGENS/ WATER --POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 61 AQUATIC POLLUTANTS AND i OGIC Ne EFFECTS WITH EMPHASIS ON ~EOPLASIA >» Volume 298 / Edited by H. F. Kraybill C. J. Dawe. J. C. Harshbarger, and R. G. Tardiff The%AVew York Academy of Sciences New York. New York 1977 (I a '0 n 3 8~ 4
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i Compiled by Approved Methods Committer . GEREAL-4CHEMISTs4 American Association of Cereal Chemists, Inc. !l e t: ~>6 ~~.uco.~ qLO4 10 C ti ~ ~ BA1::XC/&ivYIrLS/ STARCE/Si1GArs /CITA."fnSI F4t?L--ANALYSIS/FLOUR--AIvALYSIS/CEREAi./ 50257 00611. i HOi7S~` AcE~P~.ROMED'hM X3 ASsocIATIoN--oF J4-A=G Wilbtu C. Schaefer Chairman jtevised atud oepriatea October. 1969 PubtisheQ by . AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CEREAL CHEMISTS, INC. 1821 Univeaity Avenue SL Paal, Mfinnesota $5104 U.S.A. ~ I n Q ~ fI 0 ~~
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50257 0089 • . ' .. . FISHES--DISEASES AND P2STS/Iv'EOPLASPiS--CONGRESSES/CANCER--CAUSATION--ENVIROh^'ENThI. FACTORS EWIRON*tENTAL CARCIi]OGENS/[dATER--POLLLTTION/BENZO(a) PYRENE/AAtINES ,AROMATIC/ AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/HYDROCARBONS,POLYCYCLIC--CARCINOCENESIS BY/ RC 267 Iio 1976 . P~robress in Experlmental Tumor Research • Vo1. 20 Series Editor: F. noMnnttGEx, Cambridge, Mass. ~ Tumors in- &uaticAnirnals ._Papcn prncnted at thZilympcxium on Turaors in Aquatic Miro;iFs, Cork, October 1974, and other oiiginal papcrs in this ficld _ Volume Editors: CLYDE l. DAwF, P.cthcsda, Md., DANrE G. ScAxPEtaa, and SEFTON R. Wt:1.LINGs, D1Vis, C811C S. Kargcr • Bascl • Munchcn • Paris • London • New York • Sydney 0 E f) Q t1
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50257 0054 HEADSPACE TECHNIQUES/CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY, = ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING/WASTE WATER--ANALYSIS/' - ' y..., ,3ouq~. -'rnai. pr Etwim mnental Sciettcc and Ht~th E~~~G N tu~W 1.4 9 sit W -•-. . ? 'e i •• y~. _ I t , -.. s- y7 ~~,~Spec~t! jutlt on Pro jress (li Ptlority Potl,aaut r+a su _ _ _Y...•---- ~ - - -. ..s.•~' ~ ... . . . 1 MARCEL DEKKER. INC. New York and Easel t) 0 i~l ~~0 qCoS ritwiorgto this journal are published free of cltarge An Evaluation of Factors Affecpug the Mkroext-ract'ar•r of Benzene, Toluene, Echylbenzene artd o-X,ykne ato PeRtane ...... . . . . . . . . ~ ~ . . r. .-". y . ~ '. . ~+. ~ .~. . Tknrn, IC. E. Simmo»t, and !. E. Oberbdtser Application of Current Methods for Metals Determbtation ` in Wastewaters from the OrSanica/Ptsstics Industsy -,, C. S Monteitb and J. E. GebAart Analytical Problem Solving with Verifcation Samples Experimental Application of Gas Chromatographic 1 Intaference Reduction Opt'ans ; , , , , , , , , , , , , , Headapace Analysis to Priority Pollutants ......... .~ C. Jaclison, R, Pavbek, H. Scholtr, a,nd D. R. Rruhrteck G. R. Umbreit and R. L. Grob - :r-'--~'S-:.~. ',~ . "~ppeo.~L to Q.atitr Aswr.wes/Qw1it~! Cv* aol~tie=:. Priority Pollutant Analyses of Industrial Nasta.ratest >htdttsCrrYottltor'~y ~sm '~.-sc. . . Using a Microextraction Approach ...... . . . . ,~. .' W. Holtscfaw and lll. D. Neptune ' J. W. Rhoades and C. P. ; ti Laboratory. )/tinspemeat in Methods Development .. J. H. Taylor, C Jackson, A Jliller, and D. R, RusAnec~ Estimated Application of Gas Chromatopraphk jieadspace Analysis to Priority Pollutants ......... I W. f. Cown and R. K. eayees ~
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------ ---- - - :~ 50257 0093 L`RNCER ~ AQUATIC ANIMALS, EFFECT OF WATER POLLUTION ON/ VETERNARY ONCOLOGY--CONGRESSES/CARCINOGENS/ WATER --POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/E-NVIRONMENTAL'HEALTH/ ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 1 RC 61 Ne 77 Volume 298 / r 'AQIiATfiG'.7--~-U TAN_TS*AND'0I0(OGI C °; 3 _ _ -- EFFECTS'~WITH ~EMPHAS I S~.-.._ _ ~EMPHASIS '~WITH 0NA0PLASIA4...~~ . Edited by H. F. Kraybill C. J. Dawe. J. C. Harshbarger, and R. G. Tardiff The%~ew York Academy of Scienqes New York. New York 1977
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50257 0094 Food Science and Technology Abstracts(FSTA)/CASIN~system/ Zentralstell fur maschinelle Dokumentation(ZMD)/ Computer Aided Subject INdex system/ INDEXINq AND ABSTRACTING--AUTOMATIC/ AGRINDEX/AQUATIC SCIENCE AND'FISHERIES-ABSTRACTS(ASFA)/:'' Z , !- 699 Sc ~ 1976 Computer aided ~U ~J ~aCT I N~'Ed X S.f< ST8Ed M. f or the Lif e Sciences by Klaus Schneider Verlag Dokumentation , ; hlunchen 0 1 0 o 0 no 9 3 a a
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50257 0096 ....,,..... _ WEEDS--CONTROL/HERBICIDES/ ~ ' ; 6 .:2 .:W ~ . G 1 n 0 n t~ O t~ 3 9 O 1 77 II Un ~y r1/.~~. ~/ ~ Y~ ~t Nh .~c. ct a ~ DuPucar:- ~ UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 0 AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE C:RCULAR 219 0 Gainesville, Florida 0 JANUARY 1962 D. S. HARRISON
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0 50257 .0092 r CGIIvCilfRd ~eXCIt1SiYW-O~~fh9:. SSpa '4"~~~aCQBe Wl7a QK Sparrow, Frederick Broeber, 1903- 621 Aquatic Phyooniycetes exclusive of the Saproleyniaceae S and Pythium, by Frederick K. Sparrow, jr. Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan press; London, H. Milford, Oxford university press, 1943. ztZ, 785 p. iroc1t. ( ports. ) Ubis. 24 cm. ( flalJ-titJe: i; nlversitS of Micblgan studies. MeutiSc eerles, vol. xv) Bibllogrnphy: D. ~T23-T6Q L PDycomscetes, z. Tltle. LDrary of CongrCSS •. j QS821.A1S6! 43-52613 . 150g11 589.25 r .~.~s~w.!~,.....~.-......~..~......~•~ ,~. • -. ... ~ . . • - . L
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50257 0098 II La2 (1967) w ....~.... ~.. .r...... .. . .. . . . n~ Z,~gluaa, ?irgii T. •QO'ATIC WED C8NT80L Li LOTJI3LMd Lwaioiaaa Coasarvatioaist .1.100. 11JI2) 2, 19-23 (1966) ~ frj 0 Il i~ 4 i> s~ Z
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i i F ! Guide to World Science RQ 143 Cu 1976 Consulting cditor: Trcvor I. WiIharns, MA, BSc. DPhil, FRIC 50257 0103 Volume,12 + Greece;Z/urkey, Volume 15 South-east and the 4ab States Editors : Lditor : S. C. Fullcr, BA Greece and Turkey : Stclla E. L. Whcclcr ~ / Arab State/Khawaja T. Shah, BSc, MSc Volume 17 VJap?-n Volume 14,rChina,l~In;'ia, and Central Asia Editor: D. B. Forbes Editors : China : Alan Winter, BSc, PhD, MA India and Central Asia : Antor.y Karnm, MA Bangladesh : M. N. G. A. Khan FRANCIS HODGSON Sdrnric PAluhc>s since l68I G!;i 0a El 0V 3 9 7 0 r
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50257 0107 QD FOOD TECHNOLOGY REVIEIJ NO. 36/ARAT3IVOGAT.ACTAN/GALACTOMAN;`L~, 4I9 SWEETENERS/PECTIN/ALGISATES/DF,SSERTS/CARRAGEENANS/- La XANTHOMONAS ITYDROPIfILIC COLLOID/POLYSACCIIARIDES, MICROBIAL/ 1976 ARTHOBACTER *tICR00RGANISMS/FOOD--ADDITIVES/ v NATURAL /GUMS FOR EDIBLE PURPOSC L.S Andrew A. Lawrence ' NOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridye, New Jersey. U.S.A. 1976 / I ;a 1 0 0 n .0 0 94 0 1
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SB 611 Ha 197 SHEET . ... t~~~IS/PS=77/ 4. Title and Sobtitle HERBICIDCS/ ~ 5. Report Date ' ~ Se tember, 1977 ~ori~x'ol ~ , A:qt~t z 6. (A f3ihliorrra h 'tiiith Abstracts) 7, t or: 8. Performing Orgaoizatioa Re Elizabeth A. Harrison No. 9. PerforminK Organrzation Name and Address 10. Ptojeet/Task/Work Unit N National Technical Information Service $285 Port Royal Road 11. Contract/Grant No. Springfield, Virginia 22161 12. Spoasoring Organization Name and Addreas 13. Type of Report Qt Petiod Covered Same 1964 - Sept.,_ 197' Supersedes NTIS/PS-76/0704 and NTIS/PS-75/581 16. Abstracts The selected citations cover herbicide and biological weed control. The effect: on water quality and ecology are discussed, as is the harvesting of these weeds All types of weeds are covered including algae blooms. (This updated bibli- o,~ ra hy contains 148 abstracts, 39 of which are new entries to the previous '1 u j 9 1 ~ (1 ia ~Aiti n.~ 0 50257 0097
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POLYOMA T ANTIGENS/HERPESISIMPLEX VIRUS/CANCER-- IROLOGY/ 50257 0110 ARACHIDONIC ACID TRANSFORMATION & TUI~JOR PRODUCTI~N/ MAMMALIAN TUMORS/ ' RC 267 ADVANCES IN 1981 CANCER RESEARCH Volume 35-1981 Edited by GEORGE KLEIN i Department of Tumor Biology Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Sweden SIDNEY WEINHOUSE Fels Research Institute , Temple University Medical School Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ACADEMIC PRESS A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. F i New York London Toronto Sydnt _,i ,i1' (ji1, . , 0 t ~ tl 0 n 0 9 4 0 4
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50257 0108 81 VI Mo TOBACCO--TISSUE CULTURE/TOBACCO--CARBOHYDRATES/ TOBACCO--SUGARS/ RJR CIASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VI Mo 'Mori, M.; Kato, K. (Japan Tobacco Salt Pub. Corp., Cent. Res. Inst., Yokohama, Jap.) e'AN'ABABINOCLUCURONOM&NNA~~FROM --SIISPENSION-CULTUREA` CELLS . OF`=NICOTIANA%' ~TABAC . ;"::* Carbohydrate Res. 91, 49-58 (1981) (in English) *Keywords:* arabinoglucuronomannan, green, constituent. From the soluble polysaccharides of suspension-cultured, tobacco cells (Nicotiana tabacum), arabinoglucuronomannan (A GM) was isolated from the extract with phosphate buffer. Application of1partiall~ydrolysis with acid, carboxyl reduction, methylation analysis, and H- and C-n.m.r. spectroscopy indicated AQM to consist of the tetrasaccharide repeating-unit. 0 1 ~ 0 0 0 09 4 0 2
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50257 0105 _. N i DICTIONARIES--TECH'70LOGY--POLYGLnT/NORi•?EGIAN LANGUAGE--DICTIONARTES--PDLYGLOT/ GERMAN LANGUAGE--DICTIONARIF.S--POLY(.'LOT/DA".TS11 LA"~G1TAGE--nICTIOP+ARIES--POLYGT.OT/ DUTCH LA.^1GUAGE--DICTIONARIES--POLYGLOT/*iOP•T?EGIAN LA;:,GUAGE--DICTIONAP,IES--POLYt;T.OT/ s'wedish languagc--Dictionaries--Polyglot/rRE2vCu LAidGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--POLYI:LOT ITALIAN LANGUAGE--DICTIO"JARIES--POLYCLOT/SPANISH LA:N , GUAGE--DT CTI ONARI ES --POLYGLOT/ RUSSIAN LANIGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--POLY(:LOT/CZECH LA.*?GITAGE--DICTIOi :kP.IES--POLYGLOT/ POLISH LANGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--POLYGLOT/SERBO CROATIAN LANGUAGE--DICTIONAPIES--POLYGLO' ARABIC LANGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--POLYGLOT-/FIhfi'ISH LANGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--POLYC.LOT/ 210 Pa 1976 1 OF TERi6s USED IN Yta(L1LI'IY M%TROL 1 ?ouzth Edition 1976 , -- -- - -- - EXECUTIYE EDITOR I . 1 19 4 LUA0 . ~~ ~ C) Ar~ t 1 L81\~~++ rr nccecv C. E. POLLINGTON COMPILATION CO-ORDINATOR EVELYN HEYSTEK-BELL 457 Terms with English Definitions and Equivalents in .3 German Danish Dutch Norwegian Swl~yii sh-'] Fz~c 7h Italian . / Spanish Russian Czech Polish Serbo-Croatian Arabic Finnish
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50257 0101 CIiEMISTR:, QD 541 Fr 1976 ORG,~,.`IC--TABLES/Cl:E::ISTRY, IT;Oc^.GANIC--TAi.LES/ Prricr , kuif f;url nGucaus ,o In.L:dt. iu,::X. 1. Solulon I. Titlc. Q{)~d1.173 ;~l'. i'1')?12 Isati 3-11-"Men-3 (,,-O 7i-ti1201 t:~O Data foi 111o1 ~a111C and Olr~a~z~-c C/P-Kurcli7rluv,pulu,i,• lrr D: ula, li,•n HJNordrl; 4a /~ _ j.1.. •' C O~•y~ n[~ I 7~~ ~-! S (--- "FSSrii~ ~~~'117~~ 1,~ t~JF`vrar•~ !~1~ s l~ r~ Ayu:.>u• I.usun;_n. VuL I. D"t.t L,r mom.,r•ic :,n•I .~i cuac vomk un.l. = Dntcn lui anorE.ir.~~.i-•a ia.f Vcrb,rdutZcni fSitN 3-11-UOtS27-3 0 itol 0 I-A C; a 9 3 9 S Daten fui . ' 1 A1i or~~.IJ.1sCile und Orga.1l~-ehe ~'er~i n du,, n .
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5025? 0106 79 V. Mol '1tESCARCH-NOTR - l/ TASTE INTE\SJTY :+,5 A FUNCTION OF STIMULUS CONCENTRATION AND SOLVENT VISCOSITY~/ z = // H6VF-ARD R. MOSKOW1TZ% " Pionerring Rcs.•arch laburaron U.~.trmy Natick Labaratoritr. llarick, .11ass.. U.S.A. sod Laboratory of Psychophpic.r; Ilarrord Gniversirp. Co+ub..dgc, Mass., fi.S.A. Abstraet. The rr.cthod of macnitude estimation ..as used to dcterminc how eisccsitics impa:;ai by sodium earboc>ricthylccilulose affect the taite ir.tenzities of.arious cor,.e.^,tra:ior.s of elucuse..itric t acid, sodium chloride and quininc sulfate. For almost all lc.cl> of conxntracion across t`e f, ur substances, an increase in the viscosity of thc aqueous solvcnt produced d.:r:ases in qste inteasir.. A yower function .cith a neaapve slo;e Nas chosen to dacribe tf.e rela:ion te::.ctin th.e a; ^arent viscosity (Y, in centipoises) and ehc taste intensity fT): T~kt''•. %.here n caneP ubueeo 0.05 and 0.20. The relation betNecn the concentration of the sapid chentical ar.E tite taste in;ensity, in moit instances, also eonformed to a porn.r- futution, although some de.iations octurred at low stimulus , lcvtas. tl i~ i? ~ t~ Q9 fi 0 0
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i 6 0. i 50257 0117 72 VI Re-77 , ~ Iionda, P ' . S. *(?lo.affil.)* STUDIES ON THE LEAVES. 1. SURVEY OF IRON, (VAR. MC) FROM 1973 CROPS. .EnElish . Okayama Tabako summary) *Keywords:* RJR CLASS N0. PA."L'iiLET 72 VI F.e-71 s.p. N ; CONTENTS OF MICRO METAL ELEMENTS IN FLUE-CURED TOBACCO MANGANESE AND ZINC CONTENTS OF FLUE-CURED TOBACCO LEAVES Shikenjo Hokoku 36, 33-41 (1976) (in Japanese with iron, cured, constituent; manganese, cured, constituent; zinc, cured, constituent. 4 1 1
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j Y L L 50257 0112 .r+wr ' f.~~..a ~.Q.. ~ 6.~~.Y~rr ~•' UJo. 103 4,-49 E1?6a: - !.a~ 0 t (7~ 4Qu
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1IN.'.V, ' 50257 0111, ,,. Planta Med: 30(3)237-241(1976) , ~ Depto. de Quimica, Lutituto Ten:ologico 7 de Estudios Superiores de ~~»nerrey, Mouterrey, N. L., Mexicoi / - Escircla Superior de Agricult:o•a „Arrtouio Narro", Saltillo, Coah., Mcxico- ~ Departmeut of Chemistry, Texas Chrhtiax University, Fort Worth, Texas, USA3 . 73 XV Re- , MEXICAN MEDICINAL PLANTS XXIX THREE NEW DITERPENE QUINONES FROM SALVIA 13ALLOTAEFLOIZ. X. A. DOAtINGUEZi, HI. GONZALEZ F', R"'ARAGON=, M. GUTILRREZI, J. S. MARROQUiN° and W. WATSO:vg Abstract From the aereal part of Salvia ba!lotae/lora, Be:~°rti (Iantiaceae) thre new ditcrpcne quinoncs were isolated, all tuith an abiet.rite skeleton. One of them romulogarzone is an o r t h o-qtti,tone, the other two, conacytone aud icetz.rou, are para-quinones, their structures were elucidated on cbemkal and physica ' ~ data. t The Salvia ballotaeflora BENTH. (Lamiaceae) is a very conimon blue Elowerei ` Ul.{(III:_I11CdIC111 + • . ; t
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50257 01115 i 81 II Na -v5- CHANGES IN THE CHA CTERISTTC IMPEDANCE OF MAIN LMONARY ARTERY DURING 100% - 02 INHALATION AND ERGOMETER EXERCISE Toshivuki Nakaiima_ Takashi Hnneda, Kunio Shirato, Yoshiro Koiva,'To"'!ri1, 19asaharu Kanazawa, Ken Ishikava, Masatoshi Ohe, Hitoshi Kanda, Ryoichi Hashiguchi, Tomofumi lYimata and Tamotsu Takishima The First Dep. of Internal Nedlicine, Tohoku Univ. School of Medicine, Sendai Although the characteristic impedance(Zo) in pulmonary artery(PA) has been thought to reflect the physical properties of PA, little is known about the acute alterations by interventions during exercises. Main PA pressure and flow were measured with a .ultisensor catheter in 17 patients aged from 14 to 54 y.o.(mean 35), and analysed with Fourier method. The Zo of PA was calculated from the average of the impedance modulus between 2 and 10 Hz. Hemodynamic values and plasmal norepinephrine levels(NE) were measurled during pure 02 inhalation(02) in 8 patientsiand 50 watt ergometer exercise(Ergo) in 9 patientls. Results below are expressed in uean±lSD(*p<0.05 vhe c red bef re) 0 iJ ~ ~ 0AJ 7 Ergo O / Q O e`I before 10min before Smin Zo(dvn•sec/cros) _73'-33 53'30*_ 47'-2I5 62±38*
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XX MeC7-80 S.P. 50257 0113 ~` rEFFECTS OF SODIUM SACCHARIN A\D/AFFEI\1: QN THE L'RI\AR1' BL.1Dll1:R OF RATS TREATED WITH I\-BU"I'1'L-`-(4-H1'llRO11'BUT1'L)\17'R<>S:\\11\I:!' Keisuke NAI:ANiISHI,f ' Masao HIROSE,•2 Tadashi OGtso,•2 Ryohei HASEGA..•A,•' 2/'*Ilfm-iltlo6iol.fd67vjLT;''%and Nobuyuki ITo'2 ` First Dapartment of Pathology, Nagoya City Unirnsitr Medical Sc/mol,1z and D~1 of Pathoj gj, Fujila- ' ; Gakuen UnirxrsityrCILLage of A a"Qntg Alcd al Tichno! g.),*s The effects of sodium saccharin and caffeine on uriwlry bladder carcinogenesis in Wistar strain rats treated with N-buty1-N-(4-hvdroxvbutyl)nitrosaminc (BBN) were studied. Animals were given 0.01 °,o BB\ as an initiator for 4 weeks and then sodium saccharin andhr ca(Tcine as promoters for 32 weeks (I:xperimcnt I), or were treated simultaneously with 0.001 °o BBN, sodium saccharin and;or caff•cine for 40 weeks (Experimcnt II). The urinary bladdcrs were then rcmoved and examincd by light and clectron microscopy. Sequential administration of sodium saccharin after BBN significantly en- hanced the induction of hyperplasias compared with administration of BB\ alone (Exppriment I), and simultaneous administration of sodium saccharin with BBN significantly enhanced the induction of hyperplasias and papillomas compared with BI31 alone (Experiment II). [Gann, 71, 490- 500; August, 19801 Q n
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TOBACCO--COMBUSTION/TOBACCO--PHYSICAL PROPERTIES/ 81 VI Ar TOBACCO--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION--QUALITY/ I S N= 50 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VI Ar e~y ~ ~ : ; , _e- t Tobacc'o"Research Institute, Hungary; ) COMBUSTIBILITY OF TOBACCO AS A FUNCTION OF ITS CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS . ,Acta AliMentaire. 10, No. 3, 167-174. 81. (IN : ENG.) CoMbustibility of cigarettes is iMportant not only froM the point of view of a sensoryvalue but also froM the health aspect. CoMbustibility depends on the quality of the tobacco used and the cigarette paper. The coMbustibility of tobacco is affected by the variety, cheMical coMposition, physical characteristics and growth conditions of the tobacco. The burning capacity of tobacco generally cultivated in Hungary and taken froM different ~ w~a s~s ;~ i a~s f nc io}~ Q~ its cheMical coMposition. are t __Pos~'`tiJe ~fid"neatYve~co~reat'ion's were established by linear
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50257 0109 + hrachi3on.ic acid--Biosynthesis. Steintr-z,F, Cn;rth-jr ~i1L 1:~if+~: .F.Ma (7 Ta:: ~~.::L~1L r^AiTY ACID3. 1u^_r 19:6 245 pe .acrac'i lm Ph.D. i .c=i3 tTui.versitJ oil '',;a;.i,~'orni aa;.i,~'ornia Los An;c1c,3 13ib.Lograpl:~et n. 10.1 .'~~., 23.7 29a 52, 69, 70, C6, 95: 126s :?_7, 2-; 6'~., 140 ~ r, ~1 ti~ A a 3 fl 1 ~ 0 n..o
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I 50257 0116 '• 72 VI. Re~77 S.P. • .~~.... . - _. TOBACCO-ANALYTICAL METHODS/ . RJR CLASS NO. PArTHLE 7.9 Z;i,-, *(no affil.)* ~~ COTSPARISO*I OF THE PREPJALRATION OF SA2•TLE SOLUTION FROM CURED LEAF TOBACCO ON THE ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTF.OPHOTO:ETRY. . Okayama T:.bako Shikenjo Hokoku 36, 79-82 (1976) (in Japanese with ` English summary) *Keywords:* potassium, cured, constituent; • calcium, cured, constituent; magnesium, cured, constituent; phosphorus, cured, constituent; manganese, cured, constituent; zinc, cured, constituent; 1 iron, cured, constituent. ~ Comparative analyses were performed between two preparation methods, the wet diges- tion and the dry ashing, for mineral assay of cured tobacco samples on the ato•mic absorption = spectrometry. \' No significant difference in precision was found between the two methods for determining ~- K, Ca, hig, P. Mn and Zn. However the value of Fe determination by the dry ashing was f> ,ignjf~car`~y IcMer tFjan ~at ty t}~ we, di)tion. The loss of Fe by the dry ashing may v `possibly be' due to the preparation procedure involving F3 extraction from asbed samples. .
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l~ • -ti~- - . J. Coord Chcnt 1975, Vol. 4, pp. 1327A1 ~ Pnnlcd m Great IIrttatn AO, ' ; V£OUS-EQUILIBRIA OI{''-COI'I'l:R(II):;-tilti'D NICKI:L(II)-:..- fAQ '~` (~ r }gten stry Dc rlment, I)Texas/A dc il~nil~enityl ~nlle~e Station,- Tcza. ~7343; U.~`.~lV (o / - _.-- s ,_ ~_ ~/. j-. ,A,V A. KANEDA and A. E. DSARTELLt . . ~ 71r1~t ~~V~ ~ v ~ , (Received A'ovenrbu 8, 1974) ~ / Magnetic susceptibility measurements, new potentiometric data, optical spectra, and a new statistical method of atculatan are combined in the formulation of an aluilibrium scheme defining the dilute solution interactions of nickel(II) and copper(11) ions willt diglycine, triglycine, and tetraglycine as a function of pFt. At low ptl appreciable concentrations of a previously unrepe,rtcd complex, At11L" (IIL - polyglycine ligands) are shown to be prescnt in all nickel(II)-polyElycine systems and in the copper(ll)-triFlycinc system. This new protonated species is assigned a strueturc in which the mctat ion is coordinated to the terminal carboxylate and to the adjacent pcptidc carbonyl oxygen with the proton residing on the terminal amino group. As thc pli is raised in the 1:1 systems• NIN_IL, MFl_2L- and M11_ 1L2` arc formed in succession depending on the number of peptidc linkages in the ligands,1f L. The concentration of the monodeprotonated intermedi;ttc species hiil_IL never exceeds 10% of the total metal ion concentration in the triglycinc case and is ahvays less tl>an 0.5%whcn tetraglycine is thc ligand. 7he didcprotonated intermediate Nil]_2L" reaches a maximum of 385"r of the total metal concentration in the 1:1 Ni-tetraglycine system. An explanation is preunt.J for this negative deviation from the predictions based on statistical grounds..* vrhirh inrlnile the new nrotonatcd complexes are presented 'Jnd are sozs7o1oo w / O Gorddn and Ilrcach Science Publishers Ltd. . ., ` 1' L + ~ ~ • YCINZ~tI ~POLYGT
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50257 0114 T(1RACCO--MANUFACTUP.F, ANP TPAnF.--TECIiNnLOrY/ CIGARETTES--QUALITY CONTROL/ ~ TOIiACCO--MOISTURE--DETER*tI:IATION/ TORACCO--ANALYTICAL MF.TI-IODS/ ~' VTII Fu RJR CLASS NO. PAt-:I'1+L'r.T M.; :lirose, T.; T.; Oshina, Y,.; 1!ta#~;r:~ (Cc:nt. Rea, I:,tit., 3:ip. T-!-).;c:co 1~n1t Pu!,. Corp., Magwwt.r.-,a ., 'roJ:;•o S1ti;b:,ur:a El. c:tir Co., ?.td., }:at.n •;nki, Jap,) OF TIiF. MSTL'1:E C0:4":'l:'JT OF TO;:." ,CCO l i BY I 1GR131JAVE. Jour. FSicrowave Poc:er _ll (No. 2) 196 (1976) (in Fn,;l is't) ~_ xl:eywords:* r•toisture, cured, consti tt:ent. _. ~ Amiaowavcsigna1,9375MHzinfrcquency,istransmittedfromthcklystrontothe ! dctcctor through the attcnuators, thc shreds cell and the other wa.ctuidc parts. i 1 Approximately 80 g tobacco shrcds wcre filled into the c)•lindrical ccll, ¢imensions of ; ~ xfiichar.:53.3 mm inncrdiametcrand 161.5mminlcngth.Transmittrdthroughthcecll, ' ! ~ the microv ave signal is absorbed in the tobacco shreds. The attenuation of the ccll filleA •as • ~ with shre~ds, the moisture content of which w•as calibrated bya standard method,,A ; ~ mcasurrd by the substitution of the attcnuator. As the mechanism of microwave ~ absorptioninthcshrcdsµasmainlyductothcrrlativcl}•hibhlossfactorofthcwater,the moisturt content was determined by the qzicrowave attenuation. _ I ., 0 t ~ 0 ~ c~ 0 y 4 0 8
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50257 0119 , ; 5'^Aui r ' aU s- A.~i.iLi'S:S Ci' .1IR FOL1.G:MIS KY WAS OMO''4ATOG•• RhPh'Y, by S:u-c1 Arax3 azt3 Tatsuo ; ataa. Bunaa¢skl KaEAb-u 11, 533•53 (1962) • In Jaga.^Aze with En;Zisn a- at,d tebEes and ft~uscs. 3-
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50257 0102 'Sci. Ind, 9, 1 & 2, pp. 72 to 79 (1972). - ~XX MeF-F-M-74 acu PROCESS EVALUATION FOR LOW-~'~CID _~`~ t CANNED VEGEZ'ABLES~/ ( ~ t PCSIR Laborafories, Pes/fan•ar I ' Hcat prnetcation studics trerc tarried out on spinach putec, pontocs, suauna ! tqwsls, bitrcc gourd and OKra in bncst. 5cctt:izin;; valucs a-crc dctcrrnincd for _ ~ nch TcRctabic ac aso°F. or z,o'1-, fnr a« r:ara pcr,od of umc, on chc basrs ot mcst bcat resnnnt organism hsviag r.Ir:cs. Fat at n7o`F-. and znte. From suca d.:>, kngth of proccss Fur stetii,z n; ra!vc t haz b~co c3lcui_ccd. ?Lis .aiue has tccI bzcd fot rcectablcs u-d:t srudy-.ritit a ric.c to avoid si cilaee duc to thcrconhtLc organisms, unich hacc iu.-ouc.zclc cord:cior.s for thcic grow:n ac high stora9c tca- . SAMIULLAH, (MIS S) SURRLrYA AND (MISS) HUSWItiA A:~ ypentures durirG summcr. Jntlcenee oi tnici.[ tempmr.jre, crtort tcr.lperahlre ar.d peed of totatinn on rrrtc I;nSt:ti of rr•xcss has bccn stud,,:d. Lcr:^:n of proccss short- J encd, cF.en these ccectlbics u-cre eookcd at hign iniual and retoa cc n?uature A[any .arieties of poca:o:s &s,nte¢rare- rrhen proeessed at z4o'F, for ehe rcnui:ed time. CaIciumenlorrdctrcatcd poratoesdoaotdainte~;racecrcnatzso'Ftctorttcn- pcnture. Sumn:cr squas4 and U::r.t c.ra:acd rh::r tcawrc cniy nr r-Icium cr:Loridc treatrnent, durinG the proeess. \:'it'.t canned smnaeh puree and canned .cg:tabica in brinc, ptocess shorrcncd whcn the cans s,rcre cotatcd at 6-ta rotacions(miaute, eoa- toqucadJ colour, flacour and nutricicc calue itnprorcd. 1.7ttlrod¢ction . Canocries which have rapidly increased during the p;~st fcwyears are facing problemsas reZards proper presenation of their procesacd fcods. Du.-to t:ck ot - icchn:cal know-how, an appr:cizblc portion of their products is wzstcd throul;h spoilaee. , Canneries preserti•e many types of foods includinr a pH value baow 4.5 as well as thosc at nhove th:s levcl. SpCCialities st:c;i as chicken hiryini ac a o•':crAp~ I t.-L...a 9 3 9 3 .
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81 II Re-81 S;P. , Research and Development EPA-600/S1-81-003 Mar. 1981 y/United States - 50257 0121, Health Effects Research Environmental Protection Laboratory Agency Research Triangle Park NC 27711 Project Summary 5..,~ . a Effect of Industrial Particulate • Samples on Alveolar 0 Macrophages Toxic ranking of the <3 pm size fraction of particulate sampies in in vitro rabbit alveolar macrophage assay showed generaity low to intermsdiate cytotoxicity for sampies obtained from a steel foundry, an eiectric arc furnace steel plant and from four coal- fired power plants. Particutates ob- tained from an aluminum and from a -- n.oa oa 9 A 15 -~a.~n~,~,r,~ ; This Project Sui»mary was devNop- ed by EPA's Health Effects Research Laboratoryl, Research Triangle PailE, NC, to announce key findings of the research project which is fully docu- mented in a separate report of the same title (see Project Report ordering information at back).
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50257 0127 81 XI Ar CIGARETTES--PACKAGING/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 XI Ar 44~~ns' c~iaft~nformati~ THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF CIGARETTE PACKAGE DESIGN. *(Grosse psychologische Wirkung.)* Thurgauer Zeitung p. not given (Dec. 18, 1980) (in German) e 1 n A n o 0 9 4 2 1
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50257 0126 ._....~.~...~-•- ~"fteitsgemeinsch:.ft fiie Forschung des Landes Norarhein- Westfalen. Die Arbeitsgeineinschaft fiir Forschung des Landes \'ord- rhein-lVestfalen irn Echo der Tagespresse 1950-1954. Ki;hy Westdeutscher Verla ; t 1354, 232 p. 24 cm. A 53-G713 Illinois. Cniv. Library for Library of Cone eaq 13, p 1 ~ o n o 0 9 4 2 0
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._. _..JE.. . . ., --~ TOBACCO--RESEARCH--GERMANY/TOBACCO--AGRICULTII.RE--GERMAb'Y/ 79 vii sc RJR CLASS1JO. PAMPHLET 79 VII Sc Schmidt, J. A. (Landesanstalt fur Pf]-anzenbau und Tabakforschunq, Forchheim, Germar.yi ~ WORK C01lDUCTED AT THE STATE AGRI CULTURAL STATION FOR PLANT GROWTH AND TOBACCO RESEARCH IN FOP.CHHEII-1, WEST GERMANY, FOR THE IMPRQVEMENT OF TOBACCO GROWING AND TOBACCO QUALITY BY CONTINUOUS Ai1D PLAINNED RESEARCH. A REVIEW. ~~~ _*(Die:YArbeiter~:'cfer~tandesan~stalt:~~f~e+r Pflanzenbau und Tabakforschung Forch~ieiin-_zuolc~es'se.r~~es~ ~aas"V~t~`r~'a#~aicqt~a~at°~crrch,aufende'urtd` gepl ante"~forchung . ) * Verband der Ziqarettenindustrie, Ausschuss Tabakforschunq, meeting, ,i paper, l8pp, Hamburg, Ger. (Apr. 17, 1979) - in German with English surrmary. .I A comprehensive review of German agricultural tobacco research in th, past 25 years. . . o I j-I .o t1 G 0 9 4 18 *
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TOBACCO--NICOTINE--DETERMINATIO:v/TOBACCO--NORNICOTINE/ 50257 0118 TOBACCO --ANALYTICAL METHODS/NORNICOTINE--DETERMINATION/ NICOTINE--DETERMINaTION/ ~ . • . , . . y :. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 VI Ar • f 79 VI Ar.. . . . d71T8~Wa N.; Maekawa, M. F - . . *(no affil.3* .: .. = - . A RAPID GAS CHROjyfATOGRAPHIC DETERMINATION OF NICOTINE AND NORNICOTINE IZ TaBACCO. ~"- '" - ' Morioka Tabako Shikenjo Hokaku 13, 69-74 (1978) (in Japanese with -.; ~. ~' English summary) , *Keywords:* nicotine, cured, constituent; ,. , ' cured, constituent: nornicotine , ~~~ conc. :4OH and ch!oroform to that mixture. An aliquot of chloroform layer was analysed by gas A rapid gas chromatographic determination of n otine and nornicotine was develpe3. A powder sarple was mixed with 0.5 N HCI solution containing isoquinoline as an internal standard and stand for about 20 minutes with occasional shaking. Tobacco alkaloids were obtained as chloroform solution filtered through silicone treated filter paper (NN'batman IPS) by an addition of chror.iatocraph. ~ 1 t~ 0 ~ C`j a~4 1 2 . t ~ ,
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50257 0125 I W®m:SL`hw Ac:(°.:P ARBEZZEM WIN D"i. Bs. ACL'LF (Ca111ac",,ei ,.aieraYific tt3 To3acco Gh=iv~ ta. Wsr•usch j 3 4oh. - raotas•Lz'4. Yienaat hust-amia o i 0 0 n t= ri 0 9 4 1 9
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50257 0123 Add ~~~r,~DL^~~~SGEBUNDHEIT~iT~'E~E7~11~"~~ 71 ,TdBlKZZTSATZSTOFFEN 'AUF~ GRLRND . VIII ~ UWWR;Yf:GLYSEPBUDiT~TE" ` .E t K 23 or, --,; r_ ro A1ZGL• ITEa AtfS DE.K SU'DESGLSU~IDilEITS&4T ~ Eia BSITP.F.G ZUR aEURTEILIItiv V;~;i TAIlAKZUSATZS'a?iFI:3 AUP CRihIL` ItIRM PYI:OLYS c..j.'ROL'iJ~.TE (Evs3vat:cn of Tcbacco 11ad; tives 3ased on th.^.i: j:cly.±i3 au.: [u:v.SFii'w"/i Sorbat¢, Soc;icam 3enxoate, p-slydrosybeozoic Acid 'c'thyl cster, GlyoXa2. P_Tpe=iat aad S.alad Leaves) L'unoessaauaaheitsalatt 13 (No. 23) 321-323 (1970) 0 Q ~ ~ Q n t~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 7
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50257 0129 VII "Arbeitstagung"6eber Arznei=-`und "s Cu fttipflanzen Kultur in Wageningez'(Holland) Sept. 9-11, 1957. Cuzin, J. L' Ir'FLUENCE DES FACTEURS EX'PrRh'ES SUR LE CONTENU EN PRI'NCIPFS ACTIFS DES TABACS INLUST3IELS. (Influence of external factors on the content of the active principle in industrial tobaccos.) Photostat from: Pharmaceutisch k•eekblad 9? (No. 22) 775-81 (November 2, 1957) - In French . . 0. 1 0 0 0 9 4 2~
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YI Ot1967 AQUATI~~ED , .y -,t Otto, N. E. AQDATZC ~:'LED CO:"TRt3L STUDIES, A Water &esourcca 7fecuh?csl Fcblicution, by N. E. Otto ac3~ T. R. Batrtlep (tJ. S. Bcot. of the Inter3or, Buroan of 8cclu=tion, Reaeatch Report 2) 1966 40 pages Waahin; ton G 1 (10 n:: cJo9393 ,
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. 1%k1 - _•=, VI Re -77 Environrtental Health Perspectives 16(Aug. 1976)ltw-12f1 S.P. 9 SCanninb Elcctron Microscopy of Alveolar 111acrophaf;es aftcr lixf)osurc to Oxy~;cn, Nitrogen Dioxide, and Ozone. CATHERII\tE~ ARANYI;! JAMES FENTERS, an.d ; RICIiARD ERHLICH, IIT Research In- stitute, Chicago, Illinois, and DONALD GARDNER, Environmental Protection Agency, National Einvironmental Research Center, Research Triangle 'Parl,:, North Carolina 27711. Alveolar macrophages (AAI) obtained by tracheobronchial lavage from mice or rabbits exposed to filtered air or various levels of 0,. N0, and 0, were examined by scanning electron . microscopy. After exposure of mice to 60% O, for 2 weeks o% 100% 0, for 48 hr, the intricate surface structure of normal` AM (Fig. lil ), consisting of fine. rufflelike membrane projee- tions.showed distinct alterations which ranged from moderate ' disruption of membrane extensions to severe damage including • erosion of the surface and formation of numerous blebs and fenestrae (Fig. 1B). This correlated with increased mortality in these influel7apvii{iss g~oup1„~ftcr~nfc~t}on yrjth .{Zy pncqmor~ae ~ 50257 0122_ I;xamination ot tne enects ot NO, on the surface structure o! AM showed no changes after continuous exposure of mice fo[ 4.12, and 24 weeks to 0.5 ppm of ti0, or 0.1 ppm of S0, with a hr peaks at I ppm for 5 days/week. Macrophages from mic~ continuously exposed to 2 ppm of N0, or 0.5 ppm of ti0, with l•hr peaks of 2 ppm NO; for 5 days/week showed distinct mor4 phologic alterations in bothh treatment groups after 21 wecks that included loss of surface processes, bleb formation, appcara ance of fenestrae, totally denuded surface areas, and occasion: ally complete deterioration of the cells IFig. 1('). After contin4 uous exposure for 28 or 33 weeks, structural changes were still' observed in the 0.5 to 2.0 ppm exposure group. In general.: these observations could be correlated with a significant decrezse in in satro phagocytic activity and increase in suscep-: tibility to infection. 'When mice were exposed to 0.5 ppm of 0,, 2.5 ppm of N0, or. the mixture of the two gases 3 hr daily 5 days; week for periods of I day. 1. 4. or 12 wceks, no altcrat ions in the surfacc mor• phology or significant changes in the in vitn, phagocytic activi-' tyof their AM were found. Examination of ADI obtained from rabbits after a single 3•hr' exposure to a much higher concentration of 3 ppm 0, showed moderate to severe structural altcrations, including bleb fur-~ mation and excessive fenestration•IFig. 11J1. ;
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~0257 0130. FArbeitstasung ueber-:Arznei--und " ' t;,Nutzpflanzen~ Kultur In S+'agenirgerit (Holland) Sept. 9-11, 1957 ON THE PARTICIPATION OF NICOTINE IN BIOLOGICAL METHY~ATION. I1'in, C. S. Photostat from: ~haraeaceutisch Weekblad.92 (No. 22) 811-16 (~ovember 2, 1957) ,• - ~ti~..s..a.-- . -C `i~ y - ~._ .`_ .....~.,~......... - ..~.. - - 4 0! 0 0 0 -in G9 4 2 4
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i T.w:.3r'3ST 1~F.SO:.Vib`i~ BUSII::.~SS 7:SPu:~~S. 'Yii£ Pl)1'-^'•ii-LiLu VC wa-fia.,ia`yLAl ?atSS ?0 3 p . ~ i~ Q~i -:[l t3 } 4 2 b :
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- . . ~ .------ - '• _ - 50257 ,07 31 ; ~ . . . GEI~ETICS/ 6 8 Current Topics in 4icro1~iolog3' : 1979 andAmyuunology 85 Editcd by 'VY:~`-p'rbc!'f I3asle•S. Falkow. Scattlc•W. Henle. Philadelphia P.H. Hofschnridcr. Martinsricd•J.11. Ilumphrcy. London•J. Klein. Tubingcn • P. I:oWovsky. D`usseWorf • 11. Kopro%%ski. Philadelphia 0. Maaloc. Copcnhagcn-F. Mclchers. f3asle• f.. Rott. GicBcn il.G. Schwcigcr. Ladcnburg/licidclbcrg• L. Syrui-ck. Prague P.K. Vogt. Los Angclcs Shri nger-Vcrlag Berlin Heidelberg New York 1979 With 41 Figures L a~~i a ~ o9 4 2 5
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" -50257 0134 0 TP ~ 370 A= ~ 1966 4G3 p- Ir w AVI Pubi3 sY'•ing Co. tI u0 a 4 2 8 ~ Westport, Conn,,--cticut
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50257 0133 LAWS & LEGISLATION/POLLUTION CONlROL/WATER--POLLUTION--LAWS/ AIR--POLLUTION--LAWS, ~' 'NOISE/SOLID WASTE/ I " WASTE DISPOSAL/PESTICIDES--LAWS 4r~EGISLATION--FEDERAL & STATE~ ENVIRONMENTAL LAW HAND3OOI,:~ Fifth Edition, C. ) a=j MICHAEL A. JAMES MARSHALL LEE MILLER THOMAS F.P. SULLIVAN THOMAS C. WATSON Government fnstitutes,lnc. U t a0 t.iG 0 ~~2 7
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"Verbraucher Rundschau 1,,Q (no.1) 16 pages 50257, Oi 28 79 I Ye ACTIVITIES FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE CONSUMER :8undesrepublick Deutschland/ f ..Forschungsverbund Bundesgesundheitsamt, Berlin/ .-Arbait*geme'in`sc'fi~if"t"a"er"Verbrauciet-~q'i.V~, Bonn/ ' DAS :BL'NDF.SGESUi1DHEITSA*rT, Berlin/ ERFORSCHUNG VON INFEKTIO'.+1SKRANKHEITEN ,.-Robert-Koch-Institut, Berlin VERMINDERUNG VON U*iWELTRISIKEN (Reduction of Environmental Risizs) .-Institut fur Wasser-, Boden- und Lufthygiene, Berlin GESUNDHEITLICHER VERBRAUCHERSCHUTZ (Protection of Consumers) .Nax-von-P,ettenkofer-Institut, Berlin ERFORSCHUNG VON ZIVILISATIONSKRA'dIQiEITEN (Res. on Common Disease) ,Institut fur Sozialmedizin und F.pidemiologie, Berlin/ VERHUTUNG VON STRAHLENRISIKEN (Protection against Radiation Risks .-Tnstitut fur Strahlenhygiene VETERINARMEDIZINISCHE FORSCHUNG (Research in Veterinary Medicine)' .-Institut fur Veterinarmedizin, Berlin ERHOHWG DER ARZNEIMITTELSICHERHEIT (Raising the Security of Drug Vinstitut fur Arzneimittel, Berlin/ rno,.V, -4~~ o ~ c~onG o, Er
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0 , i-----'------- -- .50257 0137 Hyasr, Bohdan S. (ad.) AMSZC.IL~I RiFERENCE t1QOKS AMIIL_ 1970, Vol. 1,2 1970 2 Voln. Lib=wriaa Unliaited Inc. Little:ton, Colozado 0 0 (1, 0 v9 4 i! .
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. .r----- ------~ - .- ' 50257 0142 FOOD--LIT::P.ATliRE/ 73 I Ar SLPIALS HOLDINGS LIST RESEARCH LIBRARY' September 1, 1973 ~A~z'cher~anie~3 Midl~nd' Co pan~i,r~"'Decatur, Illinois w,. . . . .........-•------~-----~-~-------- . .. i---••-~----~-^-~--. ~ C1r,':± b 0 1[~ 06 ir. ti 4 43
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50257 0143 ; .- ~:Arch,a~c~Js~nr~, jt aU . ,. ; Lydenberg, Harry' Miller,1874- ~ T'ne care and repair of books, by Harry bliller Lydenberg ' and John Archer. New York, The R. R. Bowker company, : 1945. 1 4p.L,3-123p.,1L apL 20}cm. ~ "Third and revlsed edition:" *A Iiat of refereacea" : P. 96-116. ; 1. Books--Con..ervation and restorattoa 2. Bookbinding--Reyair- inS. z Archer, John, joint author. iL Title. Z701.L98 1945 ;,~j 025.7 45-5524 J~ Library of Congress L54ez2,
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50257 0139 1 • L- j F ~~ .~~z..~ _ ~:: ~: ~=~-'s~ ~ ~' Areher A~yo+tirn~ao- t Co~ ~ ARCNER ALUt'iTNUM SALES DEP/4RTRE.NZ NE%5... 'y ZET2F,R. :~ Valme 13 Na. 21 Januaty 12., 1959; Na. 2.p wy 11 1959~ ao.~. Y'6• y, ~`'EO 1959 Axcher AZuPninua+, Sales Depaxr*t.ant i/instoxn- Sslem
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. J~,, ~ -.-,. i i..:~.~...,:_......,.. ~,~li±iS'S~/~ ~-- ~+ e ~~ • - - a~ o: ,~rR rs~o,E~ ~~.vy/rL d ya~* bs M~t~ZICE PI NTA ~ j,yfRA-~~D ~J06tTiQI~y6T/~ ~ . ~ w ' ~ V., , 0 '' (,~~ 1 Yl 0 ~ }ti 0 DETECTIQN and DETERMINATION of TRACE ELEMENTS Absorption Spectrorhoto»7etry 0 0 0 0 0 9 4 Xn&sion Shectroscop},
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_ / ~Archer;-.~,~ jt. aut. Rcsi, D. A POSSIBLE ~tETAgOLIC BASIS F0~ TgE SCHISTOSO.''fICID.a,L ACTIiI:"y Cy :,T~.~lS~.v ~ N-(3~-CHi.DEO-4_?'~Th'i':.PH::r:L)_ PIPE^: ?INE, by D. Rosi; A. J. I:ercla, and S. Archer Life Sci. 6, 1433-1437, (1967) . © 1 ll ~ CI:.i7 u'~ 4 4 U.
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50257 0153 RJR CLASS NO. PA2THLET 75 XI Rel-75 s.p. Archer, RJR, IncorRorated, Winston-Sa1em, N. C., U. S. ~, . Journal 1975, p. G"{Aug."T2, 1975) (in English) *1975, No. 15, W 5557* *d* Tobacco economics: 0 i ~ 0 4 0 09 4 4 7
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I A W1LEY-fNTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION JOHN WILEY & SONS, New York • London • Sydney • Toronto • i T 6 1 . . . .a INDUSTRIAL MAIVAGEMEA'T/ `-RUSSQa:D.!7ARCHi BALD' Bendix Corporation 50257 0155 76 Managing High-Technology Programs and Projects 0' 1 c~ 0 c1 o 0 9 4 4 9
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• 4 , 50257 0145 ---.-.~.--___--- ~ ~ Chem.•Biol. Intcractions, 20 (1978) 43-54 _ ti Elsevier/Nurth-liollpnd Scicntific Publishers I.Ed: - r P[' ~.; VT Re -78 r~ NITROSAMINE CARCINOGENICITY: A QUANTTI'ATIVE ~ S`p ` ' HANSCH'TAh'1' STItUCI'UKL•AC!'IVITY ItELATIONSIIIP ~, . ~ JOHN S. WISHNOK, MICHAEL-C.'ARC}iER,.ANDREW S. EDF,LMAN and WILLIAM M. RAND Department of Nutrition and Food Science. Massachusetts Insililute of Technology, Cambridge, bfassachusctts 02139 (U.S.A.) (Received May 4th, 1977) (Revision received October 5th, 1977) Statistically significant correlations have been demonstrated betweE carcinogenic aetivity,, water-hexane partition coefficients and electron factors for an extensive series of N-nitroso compounds. Electronic facto were :,xpressed by the Taft o* values of substituents on the carbon aton alpha to the N-nitroso group. Such correlations indicate that transport i the carcinogen to its active site has an important effect on its potency. TI correlations also implicate reactivity at the a-carbon in the determination i 11 ~j jgarcviiog4ic;jcti)¢ty and point out various structural types which do n, follow the general rule.
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.50257 0157 Q 123 Am 1973 AARCHER k 1- . f+~ _ ~ ~ l7• ' CJ' lJ \_ J"1_J i'\v~ 0. ::`-~" ~ .~~"N A LRY A _C1 I t..1 .~ ~ VOL. 1, VOL. 2 A 1973 :' THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS .U-E. L;Pe1~~ . r.. _ ~...... ~ _.,....-..------.. t~ ~ ~~ 0 n~ O~ 4~ 1
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50257 0152 - 75 XI Re -77 1 RJR CLASS N0. PA'>PHLET 75 XI Rel-77 s.p. t Archer, R. J. Reynolds, Incorporated, Winstnn-Salem, N. C., U. S. 1 (in ARCHEK"TARGET : " CONTI"IUOVSrq=-1I+(#. ~ Archer, R. J. Reynolds,~ Inc., News Release, English) *Abstr, in: ~2JR Archer Tcc. t/us we 1.•: enterea a c:ew pn... ~~ in its oogo- ~ In; Frogram to build a wider.. place in the sun for itself in the ~ field of aluminum te-chr.ology -:. +speuGca ty continuous strip: ps6n .:. ._..;_.~.:.. . - ~ . Winston-Salem, N. 1-2 (2iar. 11, 1977)* ~ . s,.. . .,._...= - American Metal Mkt. 1977, p. u 0.,9: 4 4 6 , C. (1977).
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,50251 0135. TP 370 Ar 1972 40• wo 1.c. ; DESSERTS, FROZEN/MILK nODUCTS/DAIRY $RODUCTS/ t by ' ~ ?. ~ ; '~ ~ji; - Pro essor Dcporl.n ~~ ~~.. i -Ei ~`.~.:alt'~=t1 V~ t cnt of Dairy Scienc `~.. . - L! ~-_ . _ V Uniucrsity of Maryland ' . -n Colfegc Par,1:, Ma0 Second Edition 1HESTPORT, CONNECTICUT THE AVE PUBL@5HENIG CtgMPANY, 1972 • ~ , ~1 iCiwJ f~ 1 ~ 0 f~ 0 y 2 9
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50257 0154 aut, ) , Markowitz, Jacob, 1901- ' Experimenta3 sicrgerr, including surgical pi:Saio2ugy, by J. Markowitz, J. Arcl2ibaid jand, H. G. Downie. 5t4 ed. Baltimore, Willranls & WIlkins Co.,1964. zi, 658 p. titus. (part cot.) :6 cm. Includes bibiioeraph.ea. L Surgery, Ezperimenta]. RD29.M3 1964 ~ 617.4'72 64-IIQ33 Library of Congress 94 4,8
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. 81 V Ar TASTE/ . Physiological Psychotogy 1981. Vol. 9 (1). 102-108 Environment-dependent taste-aversion extinction: A question of stimulus novelty at conditioning. : d PER-OLOW SJODEN Uppsala University, Uppsala, S-7S106, Uppsala, Sweden ot In Experiment 1, four groups of rats were exposed to two saccharin(SacYlithium chloride(Lf 7' pairings in a novel animal compartment. In subsequent daily extinction trials, Sac (two grou} . or water (H,O) (two groups) was presented either in the same (as conditioning) or a differer ~ compartment. There was no evidence that the presence or absence of the conditioning compart- -- ment influenced the amounts of Sac or H,O drunk. Postextinction preference tests (Sac vs. H,O), performed in the conditioning compartment, showed a compartment-dependent extinction effect: There was a significantly stronger aversion in the group drinking Sac during extinction in a dif- i ferent (from conditioning) compartment than in the group drinking Sac in the conditioning com- I partment. In Experiment 2, four groups were given two Sac-LiCl trials in a novel (2 groups) or I a familiar (2 groups) compartment. One "novel compartment" group and one "familiar" group were offered Sac during daily Sac-aversion extinction trials in the conditioning compartment, and I the remaining groups drank Sac in a different compartment. Again, intercompartment gen- i eralization of the Sac aversion was demonstrated: There was no evidence that the particular I ' compartment present influenced the strength of aversion during extinction. Postextinction preference tests showed the previously observed compartment-dependent extinction effect only in the case of the "nov co p ent" groups. Thus, in view of previously reported data, the O 0 n~be~'pf coditOnin~tri ahe novelty of the conditioning compartment were shown to ~ be ~tical to compartment-dependent taste-aversion extinction. ~
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TD 897 Mo 1978 i~ 0- /D 14, WATEEt--POLLUTION/PESTICIDES--ENVIORNMENTAL FACTORS/POLLUTION CONTROL/ ' a 3. 'IP(( T~.~~V 1R. A/G~r ..lOj1 Nfi. EPA-600 2~78-004q _ _ ~ f~„a/.' ~y'.~~ ANOSUIfTITLE '~ ~ ' ' ' A• TiTLE pmen Sour ce Asse., s t: • ~ Pz ior zt zation of ~ HEPOri U , " '• Jul 1978 . Water Pollution S u s ti onary o rce ta PE FORM R 6. ING ORGANIZATION CODE 7. AUTNORIS) R. B. Re7nilc,E. C. Eirnutis,J. L. Del.aney,. • PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT I , J. C.Ochsncr, W. R. McCurley, and T. W. MRC-DA-710 _Hughes 9. PEHFORMING OROANIZATION NAME AND ADORESS Monsanto Research Corporation 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. IAB0i5; ROAP 21AXM-071 1515 Nicholas Road • 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO. Dayton, Ohio 45407 68-02-1874 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS EPA, Office of Research and Development 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOO COVER Task rinali 8/7 6-1117 7 Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE Research Triangle Park, NC 27711 EPA/600/13 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES IERL-RTP task officer is Dale A. Denny, Mail Drop 62, 919/54] 2547. Similar previous reports are in EPA-600/2-76-032 and -77-107 series. 16. ABSTRAGT The,report gives priority lists to aid in selecting specific sources of w~for offl„s>.T,le fnr eiAtailnrl nq Yt ci- co>~cmant rihac t} a 1 l i iti _ arPnpra Lva Pr nr nr 7.a~n o o t a4at~o~4 4 ,,
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. ,r~,,~. 0 II MeA1 80 S.P. w ." " , 50257 ;Ot 48 1. REFORT NO. 3. . ~ REC7FlENT5 ACCESSION NO. EPA-600 2-79-210c 4. TITLE ANO SUETITLE ~ . REPORT DATE December 1979 issuing dat Status Aasessment of Toxic ChemicalS: Asbestoa r PERFORMlNG ORGANlZAT1ONCODE 7. AUTNORIS FERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. T. R. Blackwood, . PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEM N N Monsanto Research Corp 1AB604 1515 Nichols Road A f"N• Dayton, Ohio 45407 68-03-2550 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 12. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOO COVERED Task Final 11/77 - 12/77 Industrial Environmental Research Lab. - Cinn, 0H 14,SPONSORING AGENCY CODE Office of Research and Development EpA/600/12 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency i P 15.SUPPLEMENTARr NOTES , IERIrCi project leader for this report is Dr. Charles Frank, 513-68L-LL81. . 1E. AEi A . . This report'outlines the mining, milling, uses, and health effects of asbestoa. Its major applications are in asbestos cement products, floor tiles, electrical equipment, brake linings, and flame resistant compositions. Impaired human health from industrial exposure to asbestos is vell known. Additional information is needed on the effects of low level asbestos concentrations in air and water. Present control technologies, regulations, ma~ and or sources of pollution are reported and areas where information is O +~ ar n ~~~iat~ ~ - 4 :
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~- - 50257,,.01.58.._ . , :bth ed. of the late authors: ? CHARLES G. RAMSEY AND HAROLD R. SLEEPER ! , I ~ , CHAIRMAN, EDITORIAL ADVISORY COMVIITTEE ` HAR.OLD D. HAUF, FAIA JOHN WILEY' & SONS,. INC. -- NEW YORK EDITOR, JOSEPH N. BOA,Z, AIA c, r ~ i aonG 0 -y4 5 2 r
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LC Scl~~~ce Tracer ,~},~~~~,- 50257 0,~9 . Reference Section, Science and Technology Division Library of Congress, 10 First Street, S.E., Washington, D.C. 20540 V Arc.k; j-d' _ 78 I Un2 TB 75-15 ENERGY CONSERVATION INLBUILDING DESIGN Compiled by Diana Niskern ISSN 0090-5232 November 1975 SCOPE: Mainly references to literaturee dealing with physical design alternatives--site orientation, shape, materials, etc.--with some attention to alternative power sources and to energy- conserving modifications in existing buildings. Introductions to the topic appear in: Clark, Wilson. Energy for survival; the alternative to extin:- tion. Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Press, 1974. p. 181-205. 0 } 0 0 0 0 0 9 4 5 3 TJ 153 . C 53 *
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I j 50257 0162 Q 210 Archive Cerminology---Dictionaries--Polyglot.i I Internat{onal Council of Arcnive3 ELSiVZBE L=-^C~.. L5. L=ZCO.F CF A.RCHZ7E TEItt4Ii`IOL(3GY, FRENCH, EtiGLISTa, GE:t2UN, SPAi`ISH, ITALIAN, DUTCH. 19054 83 p. Elsevier Publishing Co. New Yorrc 0 11 0 ~ 4 5 6 '
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j ! 50257 0164. .ArclilVes -o - f`Interaa2"Hedicine:- Kilburn, Kaye fl. (ed.) PULt:OP1ARY RESPO'ZS?S TO INHALED 1`YATERIALS: AN EVALUATION OF MaDEL SYSTEMS. Arch. Intera. Med. 126 (No. 3) 415-511 (September 1970) I 0 1 a 0 (1 :ii ~~ 45 8
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j- ~..V. _ 50257 01 65 CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/IATROGENIC DISEASES/CANCER--CAUSATION BY DRUGS/ -~. -----~:*^- SMOKI NG & HEALTH/ Quantitative Aspects RC 261 C1 1980 of Risk Assessment in Chemical Carcinogenesis Symposium held in Rome/Italy, Apri13-6, 1979 Edited by J. Clemmesen D. M..Conning D. Henschler F. Oesch Technical Editing by A. Waring Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York 1980 ~...,~.,~..~ a r n o n 0 0 9 4!"1 9
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50257 0144 . .-• , i 0 E5.11.78 VI Re9-79 S.P. spceiatia " : Ittttibition of rat hcpatic ditttcthylrnitrosaruiuc dcntcthy(:sc by cyclic amincst F~ 1SOs-~-- • - _1/_ and acyclic nitros•rmines and secondary Irene Y. Chau an ' L~ Departntent of Nutriti-un cnd Food Science, Massachtrsetts Insliture of Technology, Camnhridge (Massuchusetts 02139. USA), 22 March 1978 Summary. Inhibition of hepatic dimethylnitrosaminc (DMN) metabolitim by a variety of cyclic and acyclic nitrosamines %asdemonstrated. Nitrosoprolinc. a noncarcinogcnic nitrosamine, behaved differently from the carcinogenic nitrosamines asan inhibitor for D\iN-demcthylasc. Secondary amincs corresponding to the nitrosamincs inhibited DN1N-dcmcthylase in a manncr similar to the nitrosamincs. 'i1e carcinogen dimethylnitrosaminc (DLiN) is metabo- Iized to an active form by the hep:~tic microsomal mixed- function oxidase system in the rat-. In vitro cxperiments with liver fractions show that the mcthyl groups of DNSN are quantitatively couctrted into formaldchydc and rnetha- nol3. Friedman and Couch' and Cottrell et al.s have shown that formaldehyde production from DNiN in rat liver post- mitochondrial supernatant is inhibited by nitrososarcosine and nitrosopyrrolidine. Recently, -:e showed that micro- somal DL1N-demcthvlasc is inhibited by diethylnitrosa- nun a6 4deYjibe0thAetjVd ~zyraf kiy~ticii;of ~is proc ss . In the present study. we have investi:ated the inhibition of tlN4N-dcnrthv!3se hv s number of cvclic and acvclic pH 7.4 prior to addition). After 30 min. reactions were stopped by the addition of 1 ml 15% -LnSO, and 1 mI saturated I3a(Oti),, and the :ot:les were rapidly cooted in an ice bath. The extent of oxidative dcmethylation of D%1N was determined by mcasuring formaldchydc formation by the method of Chrastil and \Vilsony. Quantitation of formaldehyde was based on the recovery of a known amount of formaldehyde added to a complete incubation mixlure in the absence of D`iN. In these control incubat- ions, recovery of formaldehyde was always ctose to 10&!*. Formaldehyde production in the incubation mixtures was linear up to 30 min. All reactions were performed in duplicate. Enzyme activity was expressed as nmoles formakJchvde Produccd/mc microsoma! orot:in.%min.
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.-,.,._ .-..~_.s..r..... ..~ . . . • ' . . ~'-'--------. - . • . .-.- 50257 0138 XS MeC10 75 S.P. ..Econoinic Eotany 19 358-368(1965) . . A~~~t§~Ya~A .LJ2CU~'3~a~OftTectrrieriean =-Rhasedus4-13eans)~*. LtLWRE:NCE 1i11PLAN2 . . The grnu3 Phaaeolrrs coropriscs about 160 -~3 ~Jspeeies (Willis, 1951). Because of extensive M~ ~y#1, synanyny in the genus, particularly in the ~ Old World speciiK, it is likely that the num- ~ ber is considerably less. On the basis of ., Piper•s monoornph of the American rep- resent=tires (1926), about SO species are , nati.e to the New'World. ' Many of the Ncw World species are peren- niais.- Flowers are white, or, more often, piomected with red to purple anthocyanins. Yellow is uncommon. Pods of the cultivated apecies are medium. to large, cylindrical or broad. Many of the Old World species have yellow 8on•ers, and all have morpholoo cal features of the flowers that contrast with IIoraI structure of the American beans. Six Tnis is the iuost widcly grown of all food Fieans. In tropical indiocnous American aa- riculture, comtnon beans are groR a on ncu- tral to slightly alkaline soils from sea level - to over ?000 meters. P. acatijolins Gray var. lati/oli«s Free- man, tepary, escoeuite. At the present time, this bean is not cultivated on a commercial scale, although some field stations have been lnvltitlaatln^ its potential as a dry land seed or forage crop. The secds are smaller than those of other cultivated Amcrican beans, but they cverlap in size the smaller-seedcd coni- mou bean varictics. Collections made a few decades ago show the tepary to have been comnion in markets alono the Pacific coast of northern -llexico. In 1934 it was infre- , Asian-African species, including the grams, quent in that rcoion. The disjunct ranoe nrds, swng, and rice beans, are .+•idelv cul- f th' b h S d t ^ion e a , o is ean, t e onoran - e.ci r o ;.: ~. ..
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50257`0156 ~ A~cca. MAL AK AIr:6'.Teti V sWUx. s0c. 36 cy~s)c~~~S) I IlOUTIiIl.Ll•:S YI ASTI()UIiS EN Y.Y.C. 333 .~ XJK // MA, ---'G Occupational diseases in conncction ~ , 9 with the manufacture of plastic bottles ~ S• pr in polyvinyl chloride (P.V.C.). (PyC J "° / Part x: Observations in factories. ......~+ by J. DUPORT, P. ANDLAUER, M. GATTELET, 1. CHALABREYSSE, -a~ 7~,F. TEULON and R. BERTRAND L~~ The manu(aclure o j polyoiruyl chloride bnllles causes dcrmaliles and haematological abnormalities churacleri.ed by a leucocylosis ivi1h relative lfrnphncylnsis. The collecting oj,(umes must be achieved taking possible bretikdoruns into consideration. Occupational diseases in connection with the inanufacture of plastic bottles in polyvinyl cblor idc. Part z: Interventions in factories. © by 'J. DUPORT, P. ANDLAUER, M. GATTELET, J. CHALABREYSSE, M. ARCHIMBAUD, F. TEULON. R. BERTRAND. A. CICOLELLA and C. MONCELON The fti~pothesis lhat aromatic hydrocarbons (ben:enc,.loluene, xylene) mighl be U implicated in intu.ricnlions irnas investigated bul cou!d not bc -^tninrd. -yts~ rnu~ r o~ (a~+ lhe,_~y hJ;~rucarboiys, hnue not been renraled in the air al worh- ~ plAC'es c~?:e ~fcA ir~EracF•~uncZnlrtfionc?.-1 A*rmal degradnlion studg of vinyl cumpounds showed that at exbusion tenzprralures there ina., no hydroriu•hon formation. .`
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. IvkI ' . v- _ Saccomanno, G. LUNG C.AivCER OF URANII3M MiNERS JN TRE COLOR!-.DO PLATEAU. By G. Sar_conanuo; V. E. Archer; R. P. Saunders; Lynn A. James and Patricia A. Bzckler. Health Physics 10 (No. 12) 1195-1201 (1964) 0 1 Q Q t~ ~ ~ 9-4 4 S
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~ TS 2240 D Sn?S'f Ot 63 ~, Dawsoa,, R... F .,, THE BIOSUNT 1 ; f :~ CHEMICAL AND RADIOCHEtffC,AL YIELDS, by R, -F. -Dawson, '~ -D. R. Christman*, M`. I. Solr -and A; P. Woff • HESIS OF NOCOTINE FROM NICOTINIC ACID:= Reprint from; Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics' 91. No, 1- 144-150 (November 1960) 4 1' S U f CI 0 t~ 0 0 '~ 4 3 7
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50257 0166 - l CFIMII= t;JUi.TIO\ 0? CANCE.Q STRUCTURAL BA"°S AlM BIOLOGICAL 2f::MAXISXS, Vol. 1 Sy J. C. Arcos, M. F. Argcss $ad G. Wolf 1968 491 Paaes Ac:deraic Press New York 0 1(l 0ntI 0 9 4
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50257 0168 r 4xctaade=; -S:eff®n" PE'SFUPO; A-'D Fi.A80R CtiMCALS ~ (Aroaa Chemicals) I, II ~ ~ I9b9 Z Qola. ( Steffda ArctarA4s tiontclair, N. J. TP ~ ~ ~ 983 1 Ar ' I ~ I ~c. , ; --- .~ . . •. . . -. . ~ ~ t il 0 t1 ~3 ~~ 4~i :~ I
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50257 0160 78 VII Ag-80 '~~-' S.P. G~ 7Struaute, light rclations and phot.r~ hrsu rf tot+acco canorics(; A. 1 8002 KL6d2 P 4 • *M 1 T DM ~^ A 1,ST J PLANT F A r rchitcetu>FC~of lndrl%idunl. f'lants >tr»~ Fieid=gro.*"4I'obacco "Cro~ ~ ~~ l l~ ~ S!/SOq -D 3.Sf ,5 l). .11. 1/ ltiffirld `° curd 1). J. Conntu' « School of Agricghur e'Lca~ ro Univc~.' y,~un.lc>c?ra, Vic. 3083~ Present addre,.[ T .~ ~ Re. arch S uor{"1)citment of Aculture, 1 Victoria Myrtlcford Vi.^37i/U 7 l6 p , ~ $Tt, Ah.,rrwrr The three-dimcnsional display of each leaf of a number of adjacent plants was mcasured with a i spatial coordinate apparatus on five occasions during the gro%%th of a tobacco crop. Several architectural characteristics of the foliage display were estimated from these data. 0 E n 0 n o 0 4 4 a4 .~,.•... ,
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50257 0161. REF AWARt)S/tJHn'S Ws in/rmRFT, PRI7.F, WThMFRS/PRT7ES/nLYMpTC CA*tF. WT>`~?FnS/ Q PiTT,IT?F.R PRT?F. t•7T!vpTF.RS/ARCHTTFr,T[!RR A*m PT,Ar,ININC ~WARn WINNRRS''/ 151 ART--AwAR11 WTWRRS/RnnTrS---P,tdARn WTT,TT\'c:/RAT)I0 BRnAnr.4STTNr--A1•%A^n T?TSNFRS/ St TFT.F.VTSTnv--PRT-!F. !-7TNTNERS/COtJRnYS t TrmTAMS/nANr.F/FASHTnN/SPnRTS--.4tJARn WINNEi 1977 ATJTnMnATLF RArTVr--AW.ARn 1•?TVvFRS/'`tT1STC--.A4iARn WTNNERS/MIT.TTARY--r,~a.4Rn WT*^!rRSj NnTTnN PTCTi1RFS /pHOTOC;RAPHY /POETP.Y /SCIF.*tCF--AWATrn WT*!*!F.RS /tJO'KEN Stuart, Sandra Lee WHO WnN T•IHAT WHF.N . A RECORD BOOK OF [JINNERS. Lyle Stuart Inc. Secaucus, N. J. 1977 o ~ 0 o0 0 0 9 4 ss
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I, 50257.0770, III Ar ti . TTIE ;.:'-A-L'I'LM: OF S%)~ifi Ah*ILS T-TZTfi A" IU`YC ANIMM\IU':, hv 8. T. Arda-shev and Z. r. Mlar:ccv:. .r ~ ) 21 l~sh Trart:~I USSR (*? Ct G , . ii~ ~~m, en. ,: Jeur. ~ 1645-47 I ©.1 a 0 n.0 0 "j 4 6 4
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?t00-1. -•'- - . . -~ . 50257 0171 TP 897 ,~ Ar - 2c.~.'~cd~ii;~`g`'"~ . . h:'~TEA ?'iT^aIF1UTZ03'`EY 10.4 17.~'+iGE. 1968 1Q!+ gacges Pl=m Pr.:ss New York, N. Y. ~ 0 0 ~1 C"i 0 9 4 b5
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111141<'_v-.. . VI Re9-80 50257 0167 S.P. INTERACTION OF THE TOBACCO-SPECIFIC• NITROSAMINES, METHY LETHY LNITROSAMINE AND N-NITROSONORNICOTINE, WITH DNA AND GUANOSINE VOL28, NO.1 ~ APRIL 1980 David Y. Lai, and Mary F. Argus ~ Seamen's Memorial Research Laboratiry, US Public Health Service Hospital, 210 State Street, New Orleans, LA 70118; and Department • of Medicine, Tulane University Medical Center, New Orleans ~ In vitro binding of the tobacco-specific nitrosarnines, methyleth- ylnitrosamine (MEN) and nitrosonornicotine (NNN), to exogenous DNA and guanosine was studied in a rat liver microsome-catalyzed system. :., d. MEN (N- [ethyl-1-14C ]) binds covalently to calf thymus DNA whereas '~ 1QNN (N'-[pyrrolidine-2-14C]) binds only to guanosine but not to DNA. ~ Pretreatment of the rats with either phenobarbital (PB) or 3-methyl- cholanthrene eholanthrene (MC) greatly diminishes the binding of 14C-MEN to DNA. Both MEN-demethylase and -deethylase activities are stimulated by `- PB pretreatment and inhibited by MC pretreatment, but the degree of stimulation and inhibition of the two dealkylases are not the same. Addition of cytosol to the incubation system does not enhance but sup- 0 resses the binding of 14C-MEN to DNA. Inclusion of mitochondria in P 0 34 ,
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50257 0173 Naves, Yves-Rerie ! MATMER. ZXXVII. STUDIES ON VOLATILE VEGETABLE ON ZfiE DIHYDR£~IONONES, by Yves-Rene Naves and Pierre Ardizioi Translation from: Helvetica Chemica Acta 32_ Z 206 (1949). 0 ~~1 0 n in Q9 4 67
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! 50257 0175 4 Printer's Ink (Wooten, H. M.) Cigarette outtiut in the United States by brand and companies, 1953-56, 57, 5g, 47, 48, 59, 60, 61. From: Printer's InIc. .
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9 9~ F o~ U U t, (a9st) 9Z-ZZl (£ •oa) 8£:•toTS •tea •sror u2Tm-alag •g uof Pus nvoS •z trqor 'T:,ATPs0 g3T8 •li Aq' 'hoZn'd 83=z(ad ., .'~i[1.L ~~ It .-l .3 .....t.1'.~~V...~,.S.1L71 ~ . h ...._T1 ....~ .l11 'J • -.-.. ._.....,_..-- r I L9 ztco tszos
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- 50257 0178 81 XI Ch TOBACCO--MARKETING/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 XI Ch ' Chain Store Age/Supermarkets 'rfR-E-~CIGARE?TES7NOVING 7IN-LINEA Chain Store Age/Supermarkets, p. 63 (Feb. 1981) (in English) That's because when the dust eventually settled, the multi-billion- dollar cigarette category always managed to generate a healthy chunk of a store's operating income. Thin8thaven't changed. Only lately high-volume operators find them-selves embroiled in a war of their own: combating the problem of excess inventory that's beginning to chip away at the bottom line.... 0 1 0 0 o a v9 4 7 2
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50257 0181. ~ x.ussell3 loiaar, t D,. ARE HEALTEi EOVc.VoR9 "NARRZOAS AGA.iNST PLEASUR&"'? 3. Scb.oo2 Wealth 14~~ M-04 (May 1463) 0 t Q tl E'i ~ C~ y4 7 5
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tL vU.ou~~ 'd'S U3 TPV iX $L .L'3'Iilcl;iVci SS:''IJ `.lfd 1 ~ LL Lo tszos 0
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50257 0182 76 XI RP-7R S.P. PJP CLASS 1:0. PA'•TiiLET 70' XI Re-7.". s.p. l:alaysian Fusiness ARE-,,TIt!.L{•.YSIi";S~ STILL°' '-''-0i!T;IG?" Malaysian Cusiness 1977, 53-55 (:lov. 1977) - in English *Note date* I,AE Government has done it. On to dissuade wouldde snaken? ~ every pack of ciyarettes. the Govern- It seems that quite a substantial ~ ment besieges yar to take heud: Portion of the Malaysian popul.tion smoking erdangers health. (The full is already haoked. ~ text being: Amaran ol-h Kerajaan ~ 'Mal.ysia: N4rokok merbahayakan ~ kesihatanJ Will it have any effect on smokers. I ot fot that matter. will it even serve a 1 D 0 n 0 0 9 4 7 6
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50257 0187 ~ DIRECTORIES--U. S./ REF ~97 6 ~ V . 144 , Ry •-O MAiL ORDER EN7ERPRIShS, INC. JULY, 1977. PPUBLISHED BY: . 9 t~/ ,a C~ak Run E3usiness Center 0 ~ n Q'~ ~'~' 91A3•C Red Branch Road , Mn g1o45
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1 50257 0t88 iAreaF'Reports: Domestic, v. III ;1. S. Dapa_tmsat of tha Iaterior, Bus::va --f Maab I:ii:-smL3 'L3oZ. ZZ;, IV _'.0155, 65 2 V613. U. S. Dept. of tha IaZszloz k'sshin3toa, D. C.
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50257 0190 U. S. DepErtaeaic of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics ARiA WlZ:: SMESf, VA::ZOLtS DZSTUCTS w m1 ... 11: CC A& ~ .7. 1970 various paSes W-nshir.gtoa, D. C. G 1 0 0 11 =,,0 0 ~) 48 4. ,
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.,._... ~. ---- 50257 :.01$9... . Area-',~Beport:i: International, v. IV % 7. S. Dppsztmaat of tha Iatesioz, 3uxam CE t1snes r:I:ismx.S TunBrC::, Va3.. IIz, IV 'M6, 65 2 ?o2.-C. ?. S. Dept. of the Iotesior Wash:n;ton, D. C.
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PERSONALITY/ASTHMA/SMOKING AND HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ 5025 7.01 2 HEART--DISEASES--PSYCHOSOMATIC ASPECTS/RDIDIRMMQlSDKXZIDi CANCER--PERSONALITY ASPECTS/ ~ ~ RC : 49 ; Ar 1980 , : 2 C. TYPES THE CRITICAL LINK BETWEEN YOUR PERSONALITY AND YOUR HEALTH ell p 9) 4 A'-- 6 Lfpli~l c~0-01,1144 )
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Jour. Advertising Res. 5(2)15-20 (June 1965) •' ~ 50257 0179. = • ~ _'g~ 78 XI Ad -79 S.P. 1 JULIAN L. S1110-x University of Illinois T'his review of the literature gives no conclusive an- swer, but indicates that the first ad is the most effi- cient, and additional repetitions do less and less wotk. T IlE PURI'O5E OF Tlils PAYER is to survey the evl- dence ou the efficiency of advertising at vari- ous levels of advertising expenditures. 11'~a~thc( tlic~c ~c cQ0n0lnies of s~~alc~~n~l%•e - tisin~ua(lctts cjtlr c{~liccllio>{)of Aitr i~Eonfihty.Jsu economics of scale could be an inihort;int force ~D -a inb of several products,•b) joint use of a common brand name for several lrroducts, c) store distribu- tion induccd by adVertisin~, or d) lllulu-produet purchases of advcrtisinb media. , Coilcel)tually, ire are interestccl in the total effect of a bi.•en advertising cxhen(liture, over tlie entire • ---...... ... .t- ....cr;t nf I clic- .
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50257 018q 78 XI Adl 79 S.P. Jour. Adv. Res. 1962 34 -6 (June, 1962) + ~ ~ ~ o-rtvv-i:sfzranu 3ou liverast iKep g , ~Refiable~-,-a~d,;,X-,,alici?:,i ARTHUR D. KIRSCIi, PHILIP K. BERGEIt and R. J. BELFORD, n American Research Bureaul Yes and no. For eight of nine products, reports were over 90 per cent consistent in two telephone interviews. For only four products; however, were similar proportions of the reported brands later found in the home. 0 P URCHASES ARE OFTEN MEASURED by asking the ity of answers to this question. We sought i i respondent which brand she bought last. Little out whether respondents would report th~ ris kQwAjhoQe.•cj'# ab&t f)e rigialitygnd v2lid- brand(s) bought last in two different teleph; ~ t
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. r 50257 0183 M.cbr.l:indcnccil{.. 1_4. 74%- 7u1( I r17h1 IV 1 V0 1 fJIJJ%.rr1 Kinderhei rJ bY SDrerptr•Varla Zur Frage der Schadlichkcit sogcnanntcr Maillard-Produkte in der Sauglinbsnahrunb H.H.Chelius, W.Hu[3stedt und E.Ruppin Frauenklinik dcr Mcdizini.chcn Hochschulc Lubcck (Lcitcr dcr Ahtcilung I und It: ProL Dr. mcd. E. Obcrhcuscr) Krankcnhaus des Krciscs Hamein-Pyrmont (Lciter: P.D. Dr. mcd. H.H.Chclius) ~~ ~ /,f~/Y~ -77 ~ /"'Are Products of the Maillard-Reaction in 13abyfooo G • . V Toxic tor:thc Nc%vborn'- * 0 0 0 t; Q~4 7. 7 Summary. It was investigated, whether during the whole course of pregnancy in guinea pigs there is a materno-fetal transfer of epilon-fructoselysin, the most important product of the so-called Maillard-reaction. Several authors accused Maillard-products in ter- minal sterilized babyfood as a dangerous agent, which has been shown, to hamper fetal development in rats. Exlxrimcntallv. Ct`-labclled eDsilon-fructose-Ivsin 0 I lard-Produktc in enccblichcn Mcngen zu sic' wird geschlossen, da[i Maillard-Produktd mcnschliche Fctalcntwicklung und cntsprc, das Neugeborene unbedenklich sind. Schlusschwortcr: Maillard-Reaktionsprodu centa-Passage, Epsilon-Fructose-Lysin. Spatestens mit der Nutzung des Feucrs zu sciner Nahrung nimmt der Mcnsch sogenar
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~r . .. . - ' ' . 50257 0191 / 4 Xc _ Me 4 . (1969) i AT,et;' CSYOGENIC FREEZING OF FOODS Can. Food Ind. 39 (No. 2) 20-24 (Februsry, 1968) o f o 0 o t~ 0 9 4 1
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i , 50257 0193 r As^em , `..38y M: 6EPaRT FrtGH '1RE DUKE U'NZVERSM POISON CtlNT1tCL CE.NTER.-f:ICOT~'~E. North CatoIi:.a ):pad, .7. ~ (t~o. 9) 397-98 (S~cpt. 1962) Q 1 i CI f1=:,~1 C! 1 H`cA' 7 r-- ~-~.~.- ~-~ --- -,.r------r-- -----
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5025,7.-017a .... ..-r-...i~ . ..~~..~..- . ' ..~-~. . .. _ .. . -...-_..~_.- ..-...nY~~..__».~.al~. /~11> ~~7-aXl.(Iel 7~, .~t.oi~= ~- ~ Sind Acrosole einc Gefal~r? - Tatsachcn und Hypothcscn II* Von IL IK ii G l c r`• Die Geschidstc der Acrosolpadcung wird aufsczcigt, und die fAre Aerosols Dangerous? - Facts and Hypotheses It Erfahrungcn uber ihre Sidherhr.it werdcn dargclct;t. Die lledeu-1: tung dieser Spezialverpackung wird zum Ausdruck gcbradit durcfi die Aufzahlung ihrer besonde.en l:igenschaften und durch die Produktionszahlen fiir Dcutsdiland, Eurupa und der f;esam- ten Welt. Fruhere Angriffe gegen die Aerosolpackung werden besc3rriebcn, und auf die durdr vicle Untersudiungen er.viesene Ungefahrlidikcit der Fluorkohlemvasserstoffe avird hingcwicsen. Auf Grund von Computc:rberecfinungen wurde ]874 auf einc urogliche Reaktion dirser Treibmittel, .vcl(ire diemisch sehr stabil sind, mit dcm Ozon aufinerksam gcrnacht. Dabei wurden scchs Ilypothesen angenommcn• zu denen auf Grund der der- zeitigcn Y.cnr.tnissc kritisch Stellung genommen wird. Um die aufgetretcncn Problemc kl°aren zu konnen, ist ein groltes For- sdrungsprogramm angelaufen, das einen Zeitraum von min- destcns drei Jahre br.notigen wird. Die Aerosolindustrie ist intensiv bemiiht, die Wahrheit zu finden. und sic ist zuvcrsicht- _ History of aerosol packaging and the experience eoneernil its safety are outlined. Significance of this special padcat;ii is emphasized, based on its specific properties and productii figures for Germany. Europe and the whole world. Earll criticisms on aerosol packaging are described and the safe of fluorinated hydrocarbons, as evident from many inves, gations, is indicated. In 1974, based on computer calculatioq attention was drawn on a possible reaction of these chen cally very stable substances with ozone. Six hypotheses we assumed in these calculations, which are critically discuss, on the basis of present knowledge. In order to clarify certa problems, a big research project has been started, which w require a period of at least three years to complete. The aer sol industry is giving intensive efforts to find the truth ai ~ ~1 ~ ~ 0 13 n U ~~ 4 8
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. rk'. -V- _ 50257 0180 • ~t~ceos~ ~tjo, ~ (9,~3y-S3 (/97(~ III D~t~ ~~7 Cefa"hrcictt die FKti1d's 2 Are Ft3Cs4hr catiosthe~ Les hydrocarbures fluores sent-i!s une menace pour fa couche d'ozone? s.p. J die Ozontschicht? Qwne*-knyer? < 1 I , Der clenenwiirtige ~ ! Stand der Ozon- Theorie Theorie ( I 4 w •Thepree,nt:state.... Etat actuel cie la ottteorie sur 1'ozone , • 1974 veroffcntlichten die amerikani- Rowland and Molina (1), two Ameri- • schen Umweltforscher Rowland und can environmental researchers, in ~ Molina (1) eine Arbcit, in der fol- 1974 published a paper setting forth flende Theorio vertreten wurde: the following theory: r Fiuorkohlcnwasserstolle - Insbe- sondere die Typen FKW 11 (CFCh) und FKK 1~(CF~b) Q galjnge{j ' ~i I htf~ie Olbns cht`dnse r ErJo u d'n 4 Dr. J. Massonne K•II-NAwmlw An En 1974, tes Ccologistcs am6ricains' Rowland et Molina (1) pubrhaient une Etudo.dans laquelle ils d6tondalont ta thborie suivante: Les hydrocarburesfluorbs - en par- ticulier !cs types 11 (CFCh) et 12 (CFzCI,) - parviennent dans ta couche d'ozono entouran! notro
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I 50257 0197 r II Arl (1968) r. Axens;` Jsmes- F. METHpXYPLURMB AND EgINEP8RIN8 ADliINISTERED SIM11i.TANEOUSLY Anasthesis Analgesia lj7 (No. 4) 391-394 (July-A ug., 1968) .a. ~ j Cl 0 f? -: ~ t) 9 A 9 1
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® ../0ZS7, O1V./ IX Re2-79 S.P. 12-rd, C10,9c. %' (3) /~ (/979 ) " RawFcher f~r p Ilb,"L-2-7.1i6hen 'EllerGiod pra -a' c-'s I i ni a r? Inwieweit ist die Behauptung fundiert, daB Raucher fur den plotzlichen Herztod „pradesti- niert" sind? Zu den ganz wichtigen Risikofak- i.>rcn von Herz-Krcislaufkrankheiten gch ort das Rauchen. Die \t7ahr- einen l ierzinfarkt zu cr/cidcn, ist fiir cincn starken Raucher r. 1'. d1cimal so grofi wie fur den r!c'`h'!un Nichtraucher. Einen };crztod erleiden Rau- .' c: ! aifcua. ~u h;iufib wic Nichtrau= .'cc. J1. ,0tl Q tl .~_ . ~ . . . - ~ - . Was maclit das Rauchen so gcf:ihr- lich fur das Herz? Zunachst fiel der Verdacht auf das Nikotin. 3,1ittlcr- weile ist abcr klar, dafi auch das beim Rauchen cntstchende und ein-catmc- tc iCohlcnmonoxid Hcrz und itreis- lauf stark schadibt. Der Zigaretten- rauch enthalt bis zu 4 Prozcnt dicses farb- und genichlosen Gases. Kohlenmonoxid verdrangt den Sauerstoff vom roten Blutfarbstoff Hamoglobin.. Die Affinitat des l:uh- lemnonoxids : zum Hanwglobin ist 4 4S4al gr-f qr; als die von S:,ucrstoff. Prof. Dr. H. Hollm_eisfcr, Inst. f. Sozial- mein und Epidemiologie des Bun- desgesundheitsamtes. Thielallee 88-92, D-1000 Berlin 33.
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Guide to vaxid eciraca. ZQ6S- (Guernscyl -vr=c:3 Hcd-coc ltd. 0 0 9 4 9 8
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50257 0202, Whits, C. E. FLUO.~SC£it?CE 'wnYSIS, A PuCZ"SCAL dPPRCACi, by C. E;. iiintte and R. 3. AryauY:r 1970 389 Pa;as Marcel Da3dr.a7C. Iad. Ncw York 0 9 4 9 6: '
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,- ~Arens;'Al€rei '(Jt. Author) I Sch.mi.dt, Delf D. PROINSJLIN VOM RIND. ISDIERU:IG, EIGE:tSCdAPTM UND SEV-iZ l1dTZYMU2iG DUBCH TP,YPSM. (Proinsutia irum Cattle. Zso3atioa, Properties, and Its Activatioa Through Trypr3ns), by DeU D. Sc3midt and Alfred Areas Hopps-Saylar's Zoitschr. Physiol. Chan. 349 (bo. 9) 2357-2Z68 (Sept., 1968) ri G! (; ~ C 0 9 4 8 q
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50257 0194 . TOBACCO--SrIOKE--POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS/ CANCER--REVIEWS/CANCF.R--RESEARCH/CANCER--CONIGRESSES/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CM fICALS/ BENZO(a)PYRENE/HYDROCARBONS,POLYCYCLIC--CARCINOGENESIS BY/CANCER--ENZYMES/FL.AVONES/ TOXICOLOGY/CANCER--BIOCfIEMISTRY/TOBACCO--SMOKF.--BIOLOGICAL TESTING/ ARENE~pXIDES/ NUCLEIC ACID--CARCINOGENIC ACTIVITY/AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACIDS/. . RC 261 Ts 1974 The Biochemistry of Disease A Molecular Approach to Cell Pathology A Series of Xlonopraphs Volume 4 Scries Editor Emmanuel Farber Temple Unisersity Philadelphia. Pennysloania Chemical Carcinobenesis ~ (in two parts) Part A Selected Paperx Frescntcd at the . World Symposium on Alodcl S:ndics in Chemical Carei.¢oyencsis flefd al The Johns Hopkina 3/cdical Inctitution,r, I3altimur., blaryLcnd OttobEr Sl-Noecmber J. 1.472 i I ., t TJos2ph A. DiPaolo National Canccr In.rtitute Betheada,SlaryGand MARCEL -DEKKER, INC. New York 1974 ~-nv +..G ) V • .~ •l ~ I ~ ~~ ~I V Edited by Paul O. P. Ts'O and The Jol,ns NoNkin. tJniccrsity Baltimore, dlaryland
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, 50257 0176 ~ ~ . . . ..,:_ .. a.... .. , . .. . _.r ., . • .:, .,».. . . .y:c"% . , . . ~ _...•..- _ - - .• _ C~a ) 39d_ 99G (~ /9 7G~ -•-'~ '"' , 1 • r.wo' . . ..~.~.,..:~,.. ..:..:..::.:_..:...~.~...::._..:.~'.;.::_....:.:a<~_:~ T T T ri.. _n 7 , ~ . ,.S.P. ` • ' • ~ ~ . . . . , ,. .... . . _ _ ... Luttchemie • • ,.. .. =i . I' 0 4 . Sind die anthropogenen Stickoxide eine Gefahr fur die Ozonschicht? a Stratosphire / Stickoxide / Dungemittel / Ha/ogenrer0indun9en / Chlorthror- .J/,ZA,7 f er9c_/T : metAane I W-Strahlung / HautkreAs -----'-' ~ ..l V wT~7 ' Utaratw: Dr. Jurgen Hahn. r 1. Scnutr, K.; Junq.. C.; Becr. R.: AlDrecht. B.: Max-PlanCk-Institut fur Chemie Apsrt from low molecular weight halocarboM, C Studies o1 atmospheric N~O. J. Geophys. (Otto-Hahn-Institut), nitriC Oaide ii thought to destroy the itrato- t pes. 75 11970) S. 2230 bis 2246. spheric Ozone. Nitrous o:ide appears to be the y. Jun s, C.; Bocknoq, B.; Scnuti, K.; Beck. Abteitufng Chemie der Atmosphare und main source of slratospher,c nitric oside. Bs- q Physikatische Chemie der lsotope A.: N.O measurements in air and sea water MaiN • cause nitrous oxide is a product of microDiat r over the Atlantic. Meteor-FOrschunqser- , denitrirication in soil and water, Lhere is malor qeonisse. B 6(197t) 5. t-tt. eoncern that inCreaxd use ot nrtroqen /srtilr ~ g, Hann, J.: The North Attantic as a source of ' -- zers witt endanger the stratospheric o:one la- I atmospheric NO. Tetlus 26 (1974) •^ . m' I S.160-168. r' Dun ~ gemitteln, derars i 4. Hahn, 1.: N:O measurements in the North. r NO+O~-~ NOa4Oa we~..,....,._ _ steht eine solche Getahr tatsachlich,~w east Atlantic ocean. - Meteor-For_chunfls• 91 NOa+O--NO+Oa n j)eine,4Qdttefpislen kOnn~n? erqebnisse A 16 (t975) S_ t-tc. iJ ~~~~ LV] .__4 _7-0
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50257 0208 76 XI Re-82 S.P. ISN = 110 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 XI Re-82 s.p. El Caribe Santo DoMingo Repub. Dorh. - - ,.... ... . . . ~. . '4ARGENTIN , "HAS"'LARGEST""NUMEcER~OFv''SMOKERS'`~IN' SOUTH AMERICA":'17E1 Caribe Santo DoMingo Repub. DoMinicana.rnot given. 81. (IN : SPA . > Wea 14 ~~.~s k•/.asG (Argentina es en SudaMerica El Paise de Mas Fumadores) . 0 1 n 0 ~~ U~ ~ ~ 2. ~
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50257. 0209 76 XI Re-82 S.P. ISN = 110 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 XI Re-82 s.p. El Caribe Santo Domingo Repub. Dom. ARGENTINA HAS LARGEST NUMBER OF SMOKERS IN SOUTH AMERICA . El Caribe Santo Domingo Repub. DoMinicana.rnot given. 81. (IN : SPA . ) _ nrea /6 udiner~~c~a~,,.P~a]se tle n s~':Fu adores)W-m o t o 0 0 0 o 9 5 03
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t UgCIItililA" / I " 50257, 0205 Rnu, $Gn91,d C. Uyt+'L.Tr: Til.1i:Id [WS2A==V l:.ar'. r.u Vi `TIQN Yfi'~""^ji USE 4:p TOSaCCO r-V'O!ra.c~ t~~"w i~A~~i ~:~ ~C : L'AC% CQMNMw IN 4.nlZ!«S :Tr AR'R .(`C,::STDL}1YW., ,T.iF. FOSS?Br:s.ZTY 0: CiwApFMa ._9a0 A Co13w.tion c2 tilius:.oL-Sal=, N. C. Q! F~ Q~ t3 0 9 A 9-9
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. - Il!4-~ 50257 0166, ~ ~ ~ . AreS-ca11edSuccessf ul~Adve-~-ti~sir~;s Garripaig~~s~~:eally~SuccessfuI?~ 78 XI Adl-79 S.P. Jour. Adv. Res. 9r(2)3-9 (1969) STEUART HENDEIiSON BRITT . Northweatern Univenity ' This analysis of "proofs of success" for 135 campaigns by 40 advertis- ing agencies shows that ilmost none of the agencies really knew, or even could know, whether or not their campaigns were successful. T o wrtAT extent do advertising agencies know whether their advertising campaigns are suc- cessful? Even more to the point, to what extent do agencies really set specific objcctives for their cam- paigns? And in attemt)tine to iudre the %v.re•« fl l 4 Q i l C`i 0 9 4$ 0 objectives" and also the "proofs of success:' knowledge of what is said about both of these v~ ables is essential in order to evaluate objectively criteria by which each agency determines the s I "I
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lkl. - ,,•. , t ~ . Ia nicotine dans le tahac; les facteurs r , , Pbtaphlet ~~oudls =~D t syr~n..Wz~o i A~ .n_.,~o. ~ o~: ev~:e aes ~a..acs ~c_:lyeniQjjes %os. i?ra-s, 1934•; e oroduction de tabacs IeUers, IIdicoti^3 i^ t;.Q toa.cco, zie factor in the ,..~ ~1= f ]i,;. + 12, 1, 2-1934. Deuxier.. ~edition. In Greek with F`cench stur,~ :ary and t.p. .• 0 t C1 A ~: 0 0 7 50 4
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.~i.{~,t,v a t.t/.'b4.~...+y /t- I'~~7 6;&X WH O' S WH :J 1yys- --..3"/ 7/ ~9'd'°"~I N T,A T I 14' A M E R I C A A BiographicaJ Dicticnary of Notable Living lden and Women of Latin America Mexico Central Amcrica and Panama Cuba. Duminican RepublSc, and Haiti Colombia. Ecucdor. and Venezuela Brazil Bolivia. Chi1e, and Peru JLrqeatina. Paraguay. and Uruguay Third Edition Eduoa bp . RONALD~IiILTON IG,P,••e Ar«&.. S~.ew. s.de.d 0«....n
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50257 0207; ~ _ -- - - ~ ;!b,rgentina--'~u~ iiternturs° setrcas. r.o ~ Cc=. it;:3a or. "ra.7 irLfo --_ticn 03,--eaz L4T;7ll'al ', ou 1'r_-as So:.;rc-.~5, Ann P.la^msc.ai :.-,c-Lic.Z, Divias.icn of ;'..g " Jr Faotost,t fro*ir .=:mer. J'oL=a asrl-"e ~ `}:: ^ 2-i0 1';57); 5i-•c; (rac,rtzsry i?;'!j: 95 ICr 1c,57}.l 7%8--:31 3.~<-.1o k J'.1.I7 -9`'j 11 - 303r lni7t;l:s/t (O:.;..Jb~3r 6 . . " ~ ~.'. . ~ 1 , I l1 l! s.,J U 7 5 0
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50257 0211 • , . 41 \ ^, . ZC Cr: o ~ oan~.t~t~~~~5 2240 4:ghyroua;s;<: ':: 5•:~z sarts of tobacco With I low nicotine conta nt obtained in Greece. a
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The cd; -ke3 i.p PauI D. ^oati ,:r, Hcnry ~~ i:ar7. ~; r :acl.co ?_d ~3., coapletel,q rev. Ncw ier:: Ac: deaic Pre;; . I979-~~ Q! t3 0 tl ~:i t~ ~ iv.illus. 2;,c.^:. Includes bibliograp4, ... . . . . ~
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50257: 0215 B03 '`Arginine--Nicotinn biosynthesis MidA Bose, --B . C. . Studies on boigenesis of nicotine alkaloids i tobacco plants. Part I. Effect of inorganic nitr genOus compounds and of different amino acids on thi in vitro synthesis of nicotime by leaves, stems and rfaots of nicotiana tabacum, by B. C. Bose, H. N.,FDi I. H. Dalal and.Sultaa,Mahammad. January, 1956 Photostat form;_.EInd)Lin J. Mad. Research 44 1, r . I
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~x r . ~ . . . . _ . _ . . , . .,-.: . ...,.:-. . . --_ . . . ..._....~. ..__~..~.•. L-l4SPAKAGINASE/ARvININE/IiOXOKINEISES /UREA--BIOSYNTHES IS /A*ff DOTRA.'vSFERASES/ SEODANESE/ ! GLUTA,`tATE--DF.HYDSnGENASES/ - - ; QP 601 Ad 1973 ADVANCES xN ENZY51CLOGY AND RELATED AREAS OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY • Founded by E. F. NORD ' - - - ' Edited by ALTOY 3IEISTI:I. COItrE.LL UNIVERSITY SIEDICAL COLLEGE, tiEW YORK . 19:3 h ~ ~ S r AN 1NTERSCIENCE ® PUBLICATION JOHN WILEY & SONS .Nc«• Y ork • Loncion • Sydney • Toronto VOLUNIE 39 , ' _ l~ r 50257 0213 , / p f n 0 t~ CI u'1 ~ i~ ~
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. y.......~.. - -.~.. _..+.,..- - ---- - - - • r. - -- --o:..~s1v11 50257 0214 HEMOGLOBIN S/POLYNUCLEOTIDES/POLYELECTROLYTES/ARGININE-•-BIOSYNTHESIS'/ AMINOACYL-tRNA TRANSFERASES/AMINOACYL-r.RNA SYNTHETASES/YEAST MAIvTNANS/ -' QP NEUROPHYSINS/ K 0 ac- 601 Ad ADVANCES IN ENZYMOLOGY AND REL4TED AREAS OF iIIOLECUL.tl: BIOLOGY Founded by *F. F. NORD ~ ALTON X1I:ISTER Edid t b y e ODRAELL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL COLLEGE, NEW YORK ~ AN L\'TERSCIENCE © PUBLICATION ~ ~ i JOHN WILEY & SONS New Y ork • London • Sydney • Toronto 0 t r~ o o f~ a~S a s VOLUME 40 1974 : :
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.:rw:.ir.......~' - III Du2-73 S.P. 50257 0150 anlr7srt ataD(ut Itxrx.ws. 29 sc.^rr>:.v.eex 1973 (r,f `~f8a. )6 9(0 / • By VIt'TOR~:°'~A'1tCM 'in.-- ?~_ +~ Tcopensnc a Factor io Asdsaa Deaths? . ' Sttt,-Ia ssq:ces:at; eauses of tlte recent epidcat:c of Gcaas ar:xwn¢ asthautics both rouc kadr.ts anick (25 \oWrra"cr 1972, p. i+3) an,l HcraE.cia+cr' have o•.'crla-.cd the sUor p~ssr~:f::r tla: che qtope;Tan: swed in aesoed eans fot• d.•spensir4 taed:rasieo rruy bavc Ecca a aoasnbutot. Some of ttiese aerosol D:c~; e'l:n s tnse bee imvaea:ed i.-t suc.sd.v d^a:hs Jue to "zea+sol sa:?inq ,"' a and one aen..c1 pmfuet (hcr:aasin) has t'-en banned in tlr Cra sd Srato :-ouse cf asso.- eiatctl suJJen 4-raths. Vativ.7s ha.bteaa:cd pydaoea:hxss (ta>stllaexs), vu:wune, pro- pane, sincI e-%(or dc, ani ac!rr a:ents have been uscd as t:r.7oe!lanrs ia aeroeol ans.r r Fsobab(y nrx atl, but s_-ueral of sacm have been o-ed in pre-,lorations Jor in:u!r.im'by asthmatics Sr.ae of. t.'tcx-a;c•.s, r.4+tablv sorne of ds: haloalane., luse hcn shown to be associated r•::A csrdix arrhnh:nia and s+cacric-slar ftl•raa:a:n as w•dl as o•.I.cr cC.•zts in snin:als.4-0 fo one S.azn averlr.lent, prtnu:v:e strtsl and vrn•sx.i.r centrx::oas were nn:ed aftcc wloilirane av~: isuvrote:enol a1u(atioa.^ In satx of z!:cx r- ~:t rsnn, it me heart to anoca or to exo;enous sdren- ergie aqcnts,iD but su'axqt7.nt ex,xriments have s.1ow-o tardiae esecv ..ithout e:trcr anox:a or ecu-cnotts adrenerqie agrnts.c t'tt In add:tion, 'aerosel sniffint:" deatls hace oeerirreJ fcom aetosots eontaining no adren- ergie a;ents.= Both anozia and ad:energie agcnts, lovre.-rr, eatunce the eard:r.o.icity of t.tu ha{oal:ancs.'s tt u Stolley fecused attention on the hich eoncentration of iso- p:cnali.-e in somc of the areparations for as:hrna:ics. and aho..cd that e.cesc a•thm-, dcaths on+rreJ in tho.e countries ttiat had used th. "hipa concrncruion" ptcparations!' Hershrima p+ir.ted out that iwprenaline is not eardroeaxte, and r inted out some d,screpaneies in the d,s•.ribuuon of e¢cess luhma deaths which StoNcy's htipoc:.csrs =ar;c.f to eaV:ain.' }le wcnt on to atttit•ute t.~e C'tce%s datha to iradepuate me.3ieal nanaCerier.t as othera had June." Cnfnr- tunarc(g. this M;vo•.esis is aven Icss s.fequate tlan Stolky's in ea;:.:a:n;, die d.unbutwn of escess astt.ma deaths. It urtcrly fails to ac.oant for the nx ra asthna dutfa ,a.onnz the trme PR" ~hich acanmpanad the rr.rr-iucuon of the presvnceJ acr-ol r•rAna Cr'..noons in En_laeJ.'•'a and rhe iail m rhv:c Jc.t%s atut an ortc:at warmr.g aM~t 'Au af Oreswnaed tnedreaewn bv a.rumanes ~ asthmatic aerawl prepanrions .re safe when ixv- paiy uscd."s t' ra tt ap; can hkclv that in scmtttve andiaJusis, a cvmomatron of ovcruse, hyposia, a,rencrtie a;cnts and eertain aerosol 9.opcUant% a.uld ptoducc carduc arrhi thmias and sentrteul.r tiDr.llan.an. (nereases in atker h.•rosia or conccntrau.•n of ad:cr.crgic aFcnts w.7ut1 probably ir.crease the 6Lchhood of ventt¢eutar 5bnllatwn from thcsc pceparaqons. The sssoeiations noted by Stolkytt ma7 have been with a oreparacion which accidcntally eomb:ncd Aigh eoncencrations of adrenereie 3;cnt with the most esrd:e:oxie of the prcpellants. Other eombir.ations of ent acrosol proNc!:ant and adrener;;:c a- could readily aceount for the sootty distci- bucion of excess deachs noted by lieetleicncr. ~I am, etc.. V1CTWt E. AROCFtt 0 aa Nac.an.l Inawurc for O.o.pa:or..l Safcty snd -Hn~rn. U.S. Deparunent ef 1liea:d.. E.tuotioa so.l fTdf.ce. S+lt htc Gts. Urah. USA. t Hrnhr:mtr. tl.. a..ritb MeJ:rd 7orn.d. 1972. 4.795. : y.., a.. 7orr..ar of de Arwc.irw Mahrd A noo_,.e... 1v:9. :17. :J7 s. a 6.~ru. R. C.. a,J Ln.rt. R. It., 7wrwr of ro•.+aic Snrw.u. IwJ. 1). l07. .•as :ftva7." t Rr~ehar~t. C F.. A.ar. A.. Ma.6r!J. kt. F. H_. -r-' Uuti r. 1... 5 . .e..h.avr ./ ' utrestigators ha+re aiiue.l that I971. 22. •65. fas rlfo•.t-;?tt .'fa• tbe a[e.^.; sensiti~:d Akh•w+r1 se•cral --..~-......--+-:-.-....~.-......--. .. • ~._ .Y. S . 1••~^d el ..,_.~ . ...--_ -__ ..._.. -~,.~-.,.-_.a,...-...,..-- ^^ . o ~ oo~r~n9 4 44 I
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50257 0221 . Gosman, A. L. THF~.tii6DYNA.'~iIC PB.GPERiIES OF A?C-0N P^GM THE TRIPLE POIPi'T TO 300 '~ AT PP.ESSDP.ES TO iC00 Al-e1GSPFiEF,LS, by A. L. Gos::.an, R. D. HcCar.y --nd J. G. tiunc (U. S. National Bureau of Stanc!ards, Nacionsl Stanaard Reference Data Series 27) 21"M 146 Pages U. S. Dept. of Ca~caerce i,Tashington, D. C. .
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. TA 417 Ar 1975 /DF.FOiL`".liTIGNS(MECHANICS) / CONSTITUTIVE EQUATIONS IN PLASTICITY Edited 50257 0223 i The MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England 0~ 0 0-0 0 0 > S 1 7
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S0257 0216 ANTIBIOTICS--RIOSYNTHESIS/OCCUPATIO.:TAL DISEASES/ENDOTOXINS/ -ARGININE 'CATABOLIS?4 rY'M CROORGAP3ISyiS/POLYSACCHARInES--BIOSYI'THFSIS/ ANTIVIRAL AGF.h"TS, SEARCH F(l;t/LIPOPnLYSACCiiARInES,/ MACROPHACE PLAS'lA :•iLMBRA:vE/ OLIGOTROPHIC 3ACTERIA/.'_- ACTINOPLANES ANTIBInTICS/WIATER--POLLUTION--VIRUSES/VIRUSES/ OR 1 An 1979 ANNUAL REVIEW OF MICROBIOLOGY MORTIMER P. STARR, Editor University of California, Davis JOHN L. INGRAHAM, Associate Editor University of California, Davis SIDNEY RAFFEL, Associate Editor Le Stanford University YOLUME 33 1979 _ 0 1 Q, 0 f1ANN-vA:.&VIE9+s lS- , 41sUI. cAbcnvo wAY ~ PwLO Al.ro. cwuFORNrA 4a306
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/ -Ann.• *4ath. Stat. 30, 1Q72-R1 (1949) 50257 0196, 78 117 Re2-78 OPTIMAL SPACING IN' REGRESSION ANALYSISt ~ lir I I. :1. .ll.+vt u.~. . Virginia Po1yb•cluiic 1rw.fihile 1. Introduction and summary. When a rr-p>one (or dcix•nd,•nt) rariaLle y .= can !xx uL.-c•n•ed for a continuous rrugc of valucy of the indcl-pcndeut t•sriable x, wI,iah i%:,t the cuutrul of the expcrinuntcr, the qucstiuu arises as to how ugircn numlxr of ubs-enatiuug -hould t)c t-h iced. It will be a.surnrd that x is mea,ur.rble without crrur :u,d th:,t y di(f,•r, fnim the true re•slx,nse functiuu J(x) by a random terru z with mean zero and cuu-tant vari:)uce o=.1\'e suppos; tLat the uim of the experimenter i~: ti) estiur.ite f(x), or pussiLly the mean re--ponse f(r), on the basis of n uLstrv:,tiuus (x. , J,). Various as)x•cts of this problem of optimal sp;,cino have Lreu studicd for the - rr>e whcrc f(y) is known up:rrt from wme par.rmetrrs (.,cc e.g. E• lfviug 1.31, Chc•ruuff (1], de la Carz:r (_'J. and liirfrr and \\'ul:uwitz (S1). However, the func- tiuna) form of f(x) is uftrn unknowt, or on1yuppruxiuuttly knuwu. In the sb.-4-nce of a rpi•cific model to the cuntrary, IN)l)•uunUal appruximation, to f(r) provide a convenient appruarh. Section 2 Jeali briefly with the non-statiz-;ticul c:t~e a = 0~~'hcu the problem of ch,xriu{; n aLsci~~,e in order to appru.im it~: tR) f(x) ' Ly a Iwl.numial of dchrcti n- I'reduccs to onc of optimum iutrrpolstiun and • ' . that of 111t1'{,T;Itlil^, f(z) reduces to Gaussian quadrature. For a fuller sccount of this part x,: IlilJcLr:u,d [S] or I:op:,l IGI. If the res)x,u_c coutain.; a random element, a poh•w),ni:,l of degree n- 1 or n.o o w u4• Ld~itt~i tu tl,e n ul)~:rvstiut,s by least ~lu:,re~. The error of appruxint:r- _.- t.itm w;It nnw tw• dnP in nnnnr.l rvdl. tn ~..•.1..... ........ ..a •1.~ ....~..f Y,I in(-q)rmcb 1
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Argoa, S::ppi:"' 8th ed.=v: 1"` r Gmelin, Leopold, 1788-1853 +Gsa=Zina Handbuch der a..*~organischen r.hemie. 8. aufl. Hrag. von der BeutAChen rhPafAci.vn oPRP1.LRr}lAfr yba_r1?. von R. 3. M.^.yar, uater berateuder aitwirbcung von Franz Peters ...Leipzig-Berlin, Verlag Chemie g.m.b.h., 1924- 9'o /y9 v. diagra. 26 1/2 cm. I `~ .3 a 0.~ ~) A tl . G 4
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rx, '..'-, .-- 50257;0218 i Jour. Clinical Investigation 52 2340-2352(Sept. 1973) ;~ 81 I I Ro } Development and Clinical,Application of a 1~TqW.Method for thevRadioimmunoassay ~ ofi/Arsinine Vasopressin,rjn Human Plasma Cwxr L $osExTSOx, F.xamaxnA A. Mmoe, Sswiim Arxwa, and Tusx" Snvxw ~ From the Department of Medicine, Indiana University Medical Center and the Veterans Administration Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202 and Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine and Veterans Adnunislration, West Side Hospital, Chicago, Illinois 60680 0 .. eloped a~ A s S T R A C T A radioinnmunoassay has been ded i that permits reliable measurements of plasma arginine ~ 0 OvakwreQn (XVtj a4 eol2Fntrations as low as 0.5 pg/ml in sample volumes of 1 nil or less. Nonhormonal . .._ . .. ... _ _ , _ . .,.. _ .,. r ~ a
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Nk I 50257 0201 , i ~ Prog. Wat. Tech. Vol. 9, pp. 397-409, Pergamon P;ess, 1977. Printcd in Creat Sritaid II Me5-78 rCCOMPItEHENSIVE TEMPERATURE R'tODE~ S.P. / FOR AERATED [3IOLOGICAL SYSTEMS .-~ J '. ~-- Y_crachrr~i:~ and Carl E. Adams, Jr. ~ rh~c/ ItiNr iurJair Kr~uur, < i~ir~~irrrn.1iltl 'u~lnrlR li•nn,'.v.rc U.J.A. ( r ':/uut I NTRODUCT t011 In designing aerated biological treatment systems, i.e., activated sludge and aerated lagoons, it is essential to predict the equilibrium aeration basin temperatures under bpth cold and warm w.ather cenditions. Accurate prediction of these ,emperatures is required in order to determine the substrate rearwai rates or to d:sign aeration detention times under cold weather conditions and to • de~rmiLe t~ ongeagrec~irc'~nt5 which are controlled by ~,•arm weather conditions. 0 ~ ~iln rtufnjate y, therre is no practicat publishcd inet.liod t.iat allows consideration ,
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REF QD 151 Sn 1973 \ - - . . - - --~ . 50257 0219 - tIYDROGEN /1-iELIi1il-1 /NEON /l:P•C0:1 /KP,YFTO`d /XENON /RAD0:3'/LITHIiTM/ SOhI UM/ POTAS S I Ut i/ RiJE I DI tTa/ CF.S I Lfi1 /FRAN CI LTM/ STP,nNTI ZJM/BARIL'hi / RADI iP.N J BF.RYLLIL'if /t:AGNES IL~: i/CALCIITM/BOP.OPl /ALUISIAiUAi/GALLIUM/ INDIUM/ CARBON/ THALLItM/SILICOr1/ GASES /t.fETALS/ C 0 M Av R E1-1 E N S1VE _ INORGANIC CrIE MISTRY Yolunie 1. H, Noble Gascs, Group IA. Group IIA, Group IiIB. C and Se H He,Nc,Ar,I:r,Xe,Rn Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs, Fr Be, Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba, Ra B, Al, Ga, In, Tl C,Si Editorial Board: J.C. Bailar,Jr.,.Urbana; 1I.J. Emelcus, Cambridge; Sir Ronllc Nyholm, London; A.F. Trotman-Dickenson, Cardiff. Published by PERGAM0:1 PRESS /973 Exclusive Distributoro in the Western }Icmisphere, COPTEhDIUM PUBLISHERS ~~ n 0 (1 () 0.9 5 1 3
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See II. S. Atomic Energy Commission. Argonne National Laboratory. ~~ 0 0 n::.c~ 0 9 a 1 9
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ys'- ?11 (ii)\ y c' Ha Endocrinolo , Radioimmunoassay of, Monkey Plasma . 50257 -0217 , y 98, 975-981. (1976 ) rginine Vasopressin in •Rhesus JAMES N. HAYWARD, KANOK PAVASUTHIPAISIT,' FAUSTINO R. PEREZ-LOPEZ,= AND rIItHAEL V. SOFRONIEW" Department of Neurology, Reed Neurological Los Angeles, Calif. 90024 ABSTRACT. Using a new antiserum, an enzymatic radioiodination of arginine vasopressin (AVP), and the methodology of Robertson et al. (1,2), we have developed a sensitive and specific radioim- munoassay for plasma AVP in the monkey. The sensi- tivity of the assay is 0.5 µU/ml, the cross reaction with oxytocin (O7'), minimal. We used this assay to study the effects that variations in blood osmolality have in regulating AVP secretion in unanesthetized, chair-restrained, chamber-isolated, adult female rhesus monkeys. Under water ad lib conditions, plasma AVP and osmolality were relatively oon- stant, averaging 1.7 s 0.6 (sD) µU/ml and 298 : 3 mosmoLkg, respectively. Water loading decreased Research Center, UCLA School of Medicine, plasma AVP and osmolality to 0.6 ± 0.2 µU/m1 and 282 s 6 mosmol/kg, respectively. When fluid re- striction increased ocmolality, plasma AVP rose progressively to twice the baseline after 1 day, and to 6 times the baseline after 3 days. The rise in plasma AVP was linearly correlated with the rise in osmo- lality (r = 0.93; P < 0.001). Intravenous infusions of hypertonic saline produced significant rises in plasma osmolality and `plasma AVP. There was a dose-related rise in plasma AVP that declined later at the expected rate with the infusion of physiologi- cal amounts of synthetic AVF. (Endocrinology 98: 975, 1976) C ' 0 + a oa oa9,3 i
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50257 0226 Jvst. Aser. Water Vorks Assoc. 70(8)465-8(Aug. 1978) II Me5-79 % S,P. EXAMINATION OF DRINKING WATER FOR MIITAGENIC ACTIVITY, ' Bonita A. Glati, Colin D. Chriswell, =?Wicl"rcl 'el~~~rguelld; Harry J. Svec, •-?)James S. Fritz; Sandra M. Grimm, and ; .%) Mark A. Thomson Preliminary results of a study sponsored In part by the AWWA Research Foundation outline an easy, quick, and inexpensive test for screening organic material for carcinogenic potential. Chemical analysis has shown that the drinking water in US cities typically contains small amounts of organic chemicals. By 1975 more than 400 different urganic chemicals had been identified in various raw waters B.A. GLATZ ET AL 46k - 0 ~ 00 00 U 9 5 2Q
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t 'us'gy s"LhGA=s Et 3 ThE P©~ST_'+Y 6F PAPER TO AIR, by - Lhor.aaa Et Argy and P. Bard Pulp Papar Caa. 33 177-179 (1932) .4
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0 78 XI Ad1-8A S.P. .~.~a~;~MA M- rA?'PIII.,ET 73 Yi Adl aA AF:L CICAi: :T'r:•'. APS TOO 5:::;i ? Argus, 1=, PP, 10,11, (Sept. 209 197R)' - in English. ~4 t:r,7 r c - r-L . p 1 tl 0' E1 t3t3 :
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. li1'._v-, riENTAL HYGIENE/EKERCISE/ t 4: 50257 0237 RA 781 Aa~a~"'Inst~'tut~' (Oscar Ichazo) a. ~...:. Ar PSYCIIOCALISTHENICS. 1976 (The Arica Institute's original program of exercise & meditation) ARCIIE.R Copyright ©1976 by Aric:: Institute. Inc. AO rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form Published by Simon and Schuster A Gulf+ Westem Company Rockefeller Center. 630 Fifth Avenue New York, New York 10020 Manufactured in the UNrai+ cro... -. A....+.:- 0 t 0 o n 0 a1 5 3 1 I .
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r Ar=os, 3. C. C1dMaC•AI. Z.iDGC1'ZON OF CAiCEi uM:CTC :s,I. Bt%aZS 1X,T:.t7 3SlC.rOGIv'. MCQUA:.u$, V.73.. a. 4y J. C. Arcoa, M. P. 6raua aa© G. Wo2f 39u$ 491 Pas.1s -%cstemfc Prass Hew 3crk 0229 .~:.~,..~., a~ss-'•a,GT-n .. 50257 ~ RC 262 ~ Ar °Argus, :f . YF 1 (Jt. Author) .4 J t~ 1 t~ Q0 .0 ~~~~ 3
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. VI Re9-80 ~ " 50257 0230 S.P. INTERACTION OF THE TOBACCO-SPECIFIC• NITROSAMINES, METHYLETHYLN:TROSAMINE AND N-NITROSONORNICOTINE, WITH DNA AND GUANOSINE YOL.28, NO.1 MRIL 1980 David Y. Lai, Joseph C. Arcos4. and~„~#~~ ~ Seamen's Memorial Research Laborat-3ry, US Public Health Service Hospital, 210 State Street, New Orleans, LA 70118; and Department of Medicine, Tulane University Medical Center, New Orleans • In vitro binding of the tobacco-specific nitrosamines, methyleth- ylnitrosamine (MEN) and nitrosonornicotine (NNN), to exogenous DNA and guanosine was studied in a rat liver microsome-catalyzed system. MEN (N-[ethyl-1-14C])binds covalently to calf thymus DNA whereas ANN (N'-[pyrrolidine-2-14C]) binds only to guanosine but not to DNA. Pretreatment of the rats with either phenobarbital (PB) or 3-methyl- cholanthrene eholanthrene (ViC) greatly diminishes the binding of 14C-MEN to DNA. Both MEN-demethylase and -deethylase activities are stimulated by '• PB pretreatment and inhibited by MC pretreatment, but the degree of stimulation and inhibition of the two dealkylases are not the same. Addition of cytosol to the incubation system does not enhance but sup- 4 resses the binding of 14C-MEN to DNA. Inclusion of mitochondria in „ . . A) 0 9 ~ 2 4 , f~^ ,
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50257 0224 • '?67// go, - ATqo7 dpettroc2dmlcu Aatn, Vol. 308. pp. 300 to 334. Pergamon Prese 1075. Printcd In I`orthern Ircland ., .. _-' Studies of an inductively-coupled high-frequency 4rgon ,JsIasm~ for o,~~, emisson spectro II. Compromise conditions for slniultaneous multi- element analysis* "a& war ~'V Ma`.i`" P. W. J. DI. Bovainxs and F. J. DE BOER Philips Research Laboratories, Eindhovcn, The Netherlands (Received 15 February 1974. Rcvised 17 Dccember 1974) Abstraet-This paper deals with the experimental selection of conditions under which a low- power inductively-coupled plasma (ICP) can bo operated so as to achieve a good compromise for simultaneous multi-element analysis. With the expcrimmtal facilities employed by the authors such conditions were found at a power of 0-7 kN'%T, a carrier gas flow of 1•31/min of argon, and an observation height of 15 mm. An outstanding detection power with detection limits below 1 ng/ml for 27 out of 32 representative elements and satisfactory suppression of ionization interference effects were simultaneously achieved. Modifications of a previously described ultrasonic nebulizer led to a higher rate of sample injection into the plasma, an improved ovorall roliability of the sample introduction device, and V-- ,a.,rML,o:hil;tv nf Fruretral-line intensities (1•0-1-2 % at concentrations 100 times tho U 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 5 I 8
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50257 0238 ~~ 2G1 Pr 1'robret.-s ::i ,,a::caI rancer. s. 1~ a 1`Ie~r I'or,K. G:::re C StrNtton tl`i6,5-/1b (6 ~ v. il:cs. 27 c.n. Edito: : v. 1- I. :L Ar'ei. 1. C.ancer--Coileccad works. i. A.rir.l, Ir::: gM., 23. BC261.P73 ' ~ 616.994082 Ltbrars' of ConSresi 11-1= 6'x-2-17 93 a ~~i a n a o 'j !; 3 2
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r- 50257 0234 - ., -- ~ AZgqr3R: . :. ~ IlE'1'E:cMLSC:'AT. CC'cfPE`TEIti£ ANt: Q?tCANI7.A.TICNAL CF?ECiZ.~+'~'+IEyS by Chzis Arg,vr; saad P.aaer Ssrrisoa 0 n t'"I () i) ;~ 2-8
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50257 0240 t ! Chemical enbineerii:n co:,c estimation ;ky] P.obert S. .1ri(.s and 7:oik-rt 1). \ewto n. \Nw Tork, C:.en:ononiics, 11),-)0j 1(1~~ p. dia6rs. _'S em. }3ibli0aro?phy : p. IUFr10J. 1 Chemical engineerinr--G,w-ts. " Chemical industries. I \e~.•- y ~ r ton, }.ob2rt Ti., joivt cutLor. i p A 51-816i Michigan. Univ. Ltbr. ° ~ for Librnry of Congress ~ L52k31 0 I~~ t~ n~U 953 3 4
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x._%11 - - v- , 50257 0231 80. 11 Ey-81 S:P. B..3. soc. din. Psychol. (tq~ro). 9' PP. 222-231 res Printed in Great Britain The Communication of Inferior and Superior Attitudes by Verbal and Non-verbal Signals* Bl VERONIC A S ALTER, HILARY \ICHOLSON, NIARYLIN WILLIAN[S AND PHILIP BL: RGESS Institute of Eaperintental Psychology, Oxford t niversitti• Ratings were made by ito subjects of i8 xideo-tapes in whidt verbal and non-verbal cue for Inferior, Equal and Superior were varied and combined in a 3 x 3 design. The rvpc messages (verbal alone) were rated by further subjects, as were video-tapes of a perfortne reading numbers (non-verbal alone) ; the two sets oEates alone bad identical efiects on rating In combination, both 1on& of cue had a reduced effect, but it was found that non-verbs cues now had 4-3 titnes the effect of verbal cues on shifts of ratinXs, and accounted for zo• times as most ; ariance ; verbal cues were only able to act as multipliers of consistent nor, verbal cues. There was little evidence of doablc-bind effects. Aaahsis of individual difference showed that females a-ae relatively more responsive to mn-verbal compared with vcrhs cues, and that more neurotic subjects found the combamation of Superior (non-verbal) w it Inferior (verbal) unplearunt, and responded taore to verbal cues for Inferioc-Superior. 0 0 o o 9 5 2 5 ,
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50257 02.39 4 °*fole;cniar psi:zi`:cscoloo -: the mode of action of bio2ogi- ctay Lccive coznpauncis, ..~aced by E. .1. Arians. New York, Acat3einic Prrnss, 196-1-. .2 v. iilus. 24 cim. (Medicinal chemistry, v. S1Pf i*;a Includes Libilo5raphies. 1. I'harmaco'nu. 2. Chemistry. 11!cdica'_ and pharmaceutical. z. Tit)e. t5r.:.70 QPar*.A-6 63-16716 Library of (ba_reS-,~ 53 3 ~ _..
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it;*"•-ti-- .------~- ----~ 50257:0244. (Japan Tobacco Salt Pub. Corp., Cent. Res. Inst., Yokohama, Kanagawa; Daicel Chem. Ind., Ltd., Tobacco Smoke Filter Res. Cent., Sukai, Osaka, Jap. ~ DEVELOPMENT OF NEW APPARATUS FOR MEASURING VENTILATION-RATE OF VENTILATED CIGARETTES. Beitr. Tabakforsch., confidential manuscript submitted for publication, 11+ p. (1981) (in English) 81 VIII Te CIGARETTES--AIR DILUTION--MEASUREMENT/ CIGARETTES--FILTERS--POROSITY/ RJR CLASS'NO. PAMPHLET 81 VIII Te Terahara, A.; Takeda, K.; Maeda, K.4p+'" A new apparatus "Ventilation Meter" for measuring ventilation-rate of the ventilated cigarette has been designed and constructed to avoid difficulties inherent in some of the commonly used device. This apparatus is equipped with a separable sample holder, three mass-flow meters, a differential pressure transmitter and a micro computer. To study the performance of this apparatus several experiments were o t i1 0() 0 0 9 53 a
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ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY--DISSERTATIONS See DISSERTATIONS-ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY 50257-0248 o ~ n Q n a t~ 95 4 2
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50257 0242. ~ EnvQo»mental Technology Letters, VoL 2, pp. 28•5-292 - 0 Science and Technolosy Letters.1981 J$IOCHF,MICAL ASPECTS OF WATER II Me -81QUA TY CRITERIA: THE CASE OF S . P5 IAMMONIA POLLUTION (°) Ap .AAMA C. Alargiocco. F. Mdodia, P. Measi, G. Scbenone • . lstituto di ZooloYia den'Univeraita - Via Balbi S - 16126 Genova, Italy (Recdved 2 )une 1981; iccepted 19 )une 1981) I 0 ABSTRACT. The biochemical effects of ammonia pq2lution on different' tissues oF Salmo gairdneri are described. Results show that in fish the ammonia toxicity mechanism is very similar to the one:proposed for mam- mals. Moreover, many biochemical parameters are altered in trout exposed to a concentration (20 pgN/1 un-ionized ammonia) approaching the current maximum acceptable toxicant concentration for fish. Eviderice is put- nfoj3ar4nfo(j a &vi1jZLor&f .3at6 quality criteria for salmonid fish.
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50257 0247 , DISSERTATIONS--A:;IZONA STATE UNIVF.R.SITY/. - CHROIiATOGRAPHIC AtIAL'YSIS--LIQUID CHROYATOGRAPNY/ INSTRUIENTS AND IPdSTRUIHENTATION/ I 75-6335 QD , N7ti'~', Ric3k,rd Allen, 1938- ~ 'IYA ~„L-~'SITIYE P==f;S FQR LI(7JID Cf'.W:a-MCvA?IiY-- _ f 117 MO TI3E'IZA*; :AUCSOL DFTU.TOI'i A-`U) ME SPREIY DISP:= ; 1974 DEMMI. Arizona State University, Ph.D., 1976 (husaistry, analy-tical Xerox University Microfilms, AnnArpor,MicDlyant0106
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Q 141 ni 1975 Archer DIRECIORY OF 50257 0253 MANUFACTURERS A,~R-KANSAS::-~ 1975 EDITION prepared by ARKANSAS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOP\fENT FOUNDATION FRANK D. WxITE, Director P.O. Box 1784 - I.ittle Rock, Arkansas 72203 •(501) 371-2302 0 O9 5 4 7
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It, .. 50257 0236 . r . ~ .~: ..v. idr! . . f ~:. ~ ... . . ~ . 1L. ?Q~ SS ~. . ... . z ~ LUAIGS--DISEASES--NOMENCLATURE & DEFINITIONS/ • MEDICINE--DICTIONARIES/DICTIONAREES--MEDICINE/ t REF Q 123 World Health Organization/ NOMENCLATURE AND DEF1N)TIONS IN RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY AND CLINICAL ASPECTS OF CHRONIC LUNG DISEASES I Wo 1975 H. Denolin/M-.--~rhirfi r ~...-.. _. ltuunclctl by its Constitution (I) t lo establish and revise ax ncccssary intcrnatiunal numrnclaturcl of di.rascs, of causcs of death and uf public i 0 i hralth practice ., the Wurkl I Icalth Or)aniration tried, since its crratiun, to asurc a broad accrptstncc by all the physicians (antl, where aprropriatr, tithcr catrgurics of hcalth p:rsonnrl) of terms an.l Jclinitiuns a,,rccd ufx,n by gruup% of experts. tn the lirld of chronic lung di,cascs, a limitcd number of trrms and their corresponding drlinitions havc hcctt proposed and a,-rrc.l ufx)n either by thr mcmhrrs of an l:xp`rt ('animittcc atrrtin- in 1960 (''), or by a Sympo- siunt c0nvrnr.l by the Regional Olficc for Europe in 1962 (3). It scems, however. from the analysis of the reported data on mortality from respiratory diseases in Europcan countries (4, 5) that part of the dispa- rilics observed between coantries with othetwisc similar conJitions, could be due to thc differences in terminology and/or in the usage of terms. u _ ~" - T U-••9 S.. 3
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XI Co 1-75 50257 0246 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XZ Col 75 s. : . S.P. i . PRF:rIIER INDIAN ART E}CiIEZTIGN. TtiE FEAD MUSEUM-PHOENIX. Arizona Highways, 1975, p. 11-15 (Jan. 1975)'(in English) Sponsored in part by Philip :;orri,~s. . . •.,.... ~~ .. ......;.:. -: *1974, No. 24, W 9651* *d* Tobacco history: ~_ _+ ...,... ~..... :r.ti..~ _ . _....- _.,~.. - . - :.,_ - :.. s -- --- ~•..~.. ..:,...:... .. .::... . ~ . . ! . , sr.yCA..-w-v~.r,: I o ~ ~on . ~ .
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50257 0249 VIII Me.-77 S.P. A SS 2J0 PAMPtn LET VIII Mc -77 s . . L J . 2 .~• R C R Ar3ay~~er Cc:rp6ratior;:=iJinston-salea,'.~I.~:~,.U: S.~ • C-13C (COINPACT) PROCESS INFOIOSATION. Arjay Equip. Corp., pamphlet, variously paged (Mar. 1977) (in English) `~ /The G-13C Process brings about expansion of tobacco cells by first impreg- ~nating the tobacco with a volatile organic compound, then suddenly contacting the tobacco with a heated gas, causing the compound to volatilize, resulting ~ in "flash expansion" of the tobacco. Subsequent steps recover the organic d l ' , compoun for ater re-use. ., c1 -0 n t; c~ yS 4~ f 1
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50257 0232 Pulp & Paper, Canada 33, 177-9(1932) 78 III-Ar The Porosity- of ,: aper to Air : _ BY -^~-L~iOlt!II'~LE"~1''ARG`Y`~ND P. BARD P OROSITl' or fx•rmrability to air is a highly imlxtrtant prolxrty, which must be accurately known for a number of ap- plicatitms of paper speci:dtiea and similar products: insulating p:tpers, coroictucr pa- pcrs, paper for the manufacture of bags for lime, plaster, cement, flour, etc., wrappings for perishablc goods, such as viscose, ecUo- phanc or ecllulusc acetate shcets, ctc. Dur- ing the last few years the technology of paper has been developed with a view to obtaining either highly impervious papers (condenser and other insulating papers, impregnating papcrs) or highly porous pa- pcrs (such as arc used for very large bags). In the course of a few tests on impreg- natino papers, which had been carried out ~1ji thotj anjf)pccf), ca(c) an¢jon t]sinol s.implc of each p:qur, withmut nutui, the hv t:rometrie conditions or allowinz the sam- '!'his article. specially translatrd for us from La Prpeterie, Vol. 54. pp. 1a38- 1iq5, i)ec. 10, 1931, by A. Papineau. Coutnre, gives the results of experiments that eu.l,Gsh the accuracy of an inaru- meat not Xenerally familiar to our read- 50 mm. of water (exceptionally, with high- 1}' impcn•ixts samplcs, such as cnndenscr paper, the tests were carried out under a head of 100 mm. of water). 5 2 b Thc instrument contprius a coa wcightcd cylinder partly immersed in ter. The top of the cylinder is close the test piece, clamped between two, fully machined rings. The cylinderii pendcd by means of a perfectly f/< ribbon passing around a large pulley v is mounted on very setuitive ball beat The counterweight at the other end o ribbon not only balances the weight o cylinder, but in addition can raise a col of water of a given predetermined h inside the cylinder, thus producing ii the cylinder a partial vacuum equivalei this culuutn of water. As air p through the paper into the eylinder~ latter rises. Since the eounterwcibht 1 the height of the column of liquid utsidi eylindcr constant, thc 6eight through v the latter rises gives an emct measui
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5025 7 • M0 RJI; CLASS NO. YAMFti?,I:T 75 VIII Ar ~!1'r~ay^~Bqafpaierit" N: °C: INTRODUCING CATE (CIGliF.iiTTY. AUTO:-!ATIC' 7ESTI?IG UQUUMILNT). Arjay Equip. Corp., iJinston-Salcm, N. 7 p. (1975)(in En-lish) *1975, No. 9, W 2931* *d* Tobacco analysis: 0 1 c~ p~~'i U 9~~ 4
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50257 0259 REF ~ Q `74rmaic~omipany .k 147 CHEMICALS FOR INDUSTRY Ar 1980 a t il 0~o 0 9 s s 3
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50257 0251 S RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VIII _ „ Me 1-76 . ~ R. J. ,Reynolds Tobacco Company;v-!l~~qa~J;p~Corporatioa, Wi:~ston-Salem , N. C. , U. S. , , .. INTRODUCING G-~3 PROCESS FOR EXPANDING TOBACCO. ~~''.. . R. J. ReynoliJs Tobacco Co.; Arjay Eqiiipment Corp., 6 p. (1975) (in English) _-.__ ----------- --- ----.. ~- ------ - --- .. _---- --- --- -..._- _- - ~' R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company has developed a process for expanding tobacco . to the approximate size and structure it had before harvesting, curing and storage. The result is a considerable increase in filling capacity of this processed tobacco, , with a proportionate reduction in cigarette weight and manufacturing costs. The process has been thoroughly proven and is now in commercial production. Varying amounts of any type of tobacco used in a cigarette blend can be treated to give the finished product the characteristics needed for consumer acceptance. -._ -_.-•;- _ .. - Worldwide patents have been filed, with several about to issue. i R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. has authorized its subsidiary, Arjay Equipment Corporation, to offer the expanding process to the tobacco industry on a license . . hacis. .. . . . _. 0 t~ Q ~ a C~ 9 S 4S
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-i. D;reCtory Oi Pubtiskedby Z1}O.RGAN-R'OGDS PU81.iSifINC, C,11 ~ 1C3 QUAPA~Y lOK'k:K i. ~~ 11'1~ 1~t S+1 3=i1 =- L~ Roclc, AnxANSAs .l Rsonhr irc^.f • ..-,.• Y~. N~F~:CIYRFr.~ r.i 1S. Ii W.{ 3 E. F;Uf;c~c ST. C:-IIGAGO, i.L. 6JC.11 Pgcmcs ('oi?1 ~57-10~ i•.di!or ... N:'i1lis:n 1f. Sce'er Acsocilte Editor . . . ll(,:).)rah L. Stro::d Pruductiou Coordinator ... J.uces J. HaWl:ins Pu.•lishin;; Coor,iinatcr . . . Chris Allen Cover design - Sidn.y Core -'r aulkrer & A-1sociates oinanno9 S 4 8
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50257 0256 1 i j Ar ba1r's of ! i 2.4 Pe '1' ( Yn h~i~sisr.) • fY nh `'jL o•L'~11/L{1.(%J.i]l :... I U 1 ~ Q~ G 0~ S S 0
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. : . .. . i. : .~50257 :0243 . ~ ~ :,• ~tYi• iu1N•r~ •~tYi•iu1N•r 1!Hi!! _'•`t•rta>Il.1lluAr.tn.t•.S ~ 4.at>fl1>tr.iS ulz(l M•l.rli4 >.(i`I)',ej„ beEwteIr ti1rIIeEIIIr. / 77 III La 2-Nilro~~ nii~iaz~>tlr• 1)crivulivcs 0 unit Activity of G. C. LANCtirI, I•:. I.A7.Y.AHI,X.'Ai(ord,-~-TU 1'. BIF:LLAN! /lrwrvurb /rdK.nrlori.a, l.rlx[il R.p..l., hls7an, llnlu Iteuiord Fchrvany 17,1969 .~ ._ f ,. ..~ ~: A nnmhcr of Ipf•Ili t11bt.iIIIIMI 2-ntlrl,InUtI97.1,I(-, h1ri ln.rn %Ynt.hc.izMi by,lilz„Liim tion and (:nl l.crmmnn rrartini on the rnrrc.(w,u,liul;'3-auiinuiniidrvul,s prcparitil fr„m iunin,r n,Yelslv nr a0n,in,) L•rclnn,~. '1'h,•ir hnl.itrirlxNiK,n:w au'tiviky nnd aeute oral lmic•iLy iii mire have IH•vrn deL•rroined. Gmtiruri.un with uther serir; uf uilruirnid:u,de xhnw:v Ihat 1,:r4lialkyl rumlxnmd.r nm morc n~ Live and la<s t„xirn in rrvlxcaof manoalkyl „r I,,i-di::ikyl drrivntivem whercl•t their activity is similar 1.) that of "1'he influcurc of slcric clTct•L-4 iuwl ~f partition coct6cicntx i.+ cna.iilcrcmL Tftc c/Tcct ~,f funrl iotsnl sul~t•iU~en6~ is aL~u di.cu.rcd. • M . 0 0 t~ l~ i3 ~ .7 I
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V;kI -V- _ 50257 0258 ; QA 276 Ar Adaw' Herbert, 100fi-- ; Tabtes for statisticians iby, Herbert Arkin and Raymond I R. Colton. 2d ed. New York, I3arnes & aoute t19G31 ~ 16S p. t1lus. 22 cm. (Co?Iege out]ieP ser:f-z) F I 1. Statstlcs--Charts, tables, etc. L Colton, Itaymond RooseveIt, ~ joint author. ri. Title. ~ + HA4S. 4T 1963 311.23053 fi3-112T2 ; i Library of Congress ~ 151 j -- ---- - ---------- -- - -- --- - -
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. t _. 50257 0255 ~ : TOBACCO--SMOKING--A2iTI-SMCKING CAMPAIGN/ 76 XI Wa-77 S P RJR CLASS NO. PA?IP1iLET 76 XI Wa-77 s.p. ;Arkansas'.Lung'Association,.Ark., U. S.f At1TISP10t;ING PROGRA2'I IS PLA2v'2QED IN SCHOOLS. Arkansas Lung Assoc., News Release, Ark. (1977) (in English) *Abstr. in: Arkansas Gazette 1977, p. not given (June 26, 1977)* , 1~ri:anstv Lung Ascsoaation mernbers, ructing Friday at the ITollday Inn at 617 Broadway, voted to c.;taLlisn a syte- ride pror,rr,m to teach elementary scr,ool cidldren about the ~ danSers of s:r.al:1mg. ---`"-- " The prcgram is 4n outLrowth of ~ a a pilct project, s;a rted by the As- ~ `sociation last fall, in rhich hi,,;hf. l school students Yccre trainei t.o teach younger children about ~smokiv,;r aurds. n ~ n oo 9. ~ 4..9•' . 0 . i; .
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50257 0241: VII 12%9;~"~•'..77~and '.:onroe C. Kidder: Ca "Production of ':hy-mol from California ?sy _=ree Oil." The Calirorniz; Sta~a ;3eoartment of alucation and the California Polytechnic School, San Luis Obisoo PROCR=.llINGS OF CGiFEit~'idCE 011 THE CULTIVATiO.: OF DRUG AND ASSOCTII':D ECJiiO1•:IC ?'Lhi•:TS IN CrLIFO RI:1'•r",. Cal. 205, 208, 218-262 Decebber 2 and 3, 1947 385 0. Calif. State Dept. of Educ. and the Calif. Pol;- technic School, San t". 'I Luis Obis po Los rngeles, Photostated nages: 12, 20-21, 26-27, 30-31, 38-3a, 49-50, 66, 68--84, 127, 131-33, 136-37, 191-93, 1°~-`.' ~ 1 CIQ t1 o09.4'-'A'3S
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1 200 Azmare ' 50257 0260 i Pe ~ Ff y0_~,*~ zCt* ; t. ai:thor Perzir., Dou>;las Dalzeii. Plit•i!iraticm of lAi)m-atolw clielllli:tiis, ln 1S'. L. I~- -~lnlare^~~> :uid [)a~~ ii I:. Per! in, fo;m. %etir ~ ork. I'erramon Pt•e!ss 11960, I), I). Perrin, tlst ed.l Ox- ~ Viii. = p. 24 cni. ~ Inclttdes biblIo;raphies ~ ~ . l,~7 yo - a4-d. A-.p ! s , ~ l. ,'hernicnls-I'urific+ition. r. Armarego, W. T.. F., jnint author. ic. I'errin, hawn It., joint author. ru. Title. ~ t. ~ Library of Congres.4 , - tla__i Vil-?J3 l J 0 1 n Q~ a~~~ s 4
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50257 0263 ~~.P 7,/S, e,;,4 ~ I o talQ n a o 9 5 BY RACHEL HOGROGIAN ILLIJ.STRATED BY NONNY HOGROGIA / ~N ATHENEUM / NEW YORK / 1971
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50257 0265 ~ i I I r ~ _?caAe~tf`wj ti: -a u f NoA ? , , Iscan.cz, 3. :`. by J. :?. .";clr:n .r.d A. W. Azrv?r.tt 1965 37 p'crrs -Cicai-ln£;nc•us a ',.es :.:::c::I:settQ 5 9
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50257 0262. IX Re -81 S,P, Q03011q1 Proj ect Title: Studies on the Evaluation of Problems associated with the measurement of low concentrations of carboxyhemoglobin. CRC-APRAC Project No. CAPM-26-75. Name and Address of Organization: ogy" Washington, D.C. 20306 Responsible Investigator: Leo R. Goldbaum, Ph.D. Co-Principal Investigator: F. Lee Rodkey, Ph.D. Biochemist, U.S. Naval Medical Researcr. C',lief, Research Toxicologist• Bethesda, Maryland 20014 Armed Forces Institute of Pathology 2 Institute Washington, D.C. 2030 -. () i (1 0 -n -.Q .._ ...~-~ ~. b
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50257 0264 I_ ~ THE ART OF . ..r~Ze~z~an Cooking ROSL BABOIAN
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111 50257 0266 h2 Knm-TZ=- 4t. acL. 8 (1969) ,' by T::!'-3 S c'C'. emC'S. 4. AL c:fi . Cn.JoL 7 (::n. 3) 355--3%2 (1559) , , . ~.. ~.._._-~--.. G i c~ G n G G~~6 0
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50257: 0267 . . . CHEMISTRY- --COMPUTERS/ . Biotechnoloyy and Bloengineering Symposium ~ No. 9 QR 151 I In 1978 C mpufer fipplica#ions in rmentation TechnoiogY Proceedings of the Second international Conference on Computer Applications in Fermentation Technology Held at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 28-30, 1978 Sponsored by The National Science Foundation and the University of Pennsylvania BioChem Technoloat, 1-rc t o t r~0;n 0 0 9 5 6 1 . ~~ Editor ' an Interscicncc' Publication .. published by John Wiley & Sons
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~....~,.aw:....r....«.- , .... j -Y • ~~ .._. + -~ -4 ~ 1..~ . }. . . L~ II! Me-74 S.Y. AccL- F'oe 5a-t,1~lc r 1. Intro3uction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 IL Agricultural eomrnodi:iesfrom plant sources .. ..... 15 t) Contamirs: t.iaa levels in oil seeds and nuts .......,15 b) Contaminzt:cn levels in o ains . . . . . . . . . . 21 e) Contamiaation kve's other cro s . . . . 24 Contents , lII. Afiatoi3cosis and tissue residues in p.ro ucts from economicaniraals . 25 a) Poultry . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 t . . 35 i . . . . IV. Residues in processed fcvd3 , .-.. .. _.~_-, . ? 0261 Yesidue Revievs 41, 13-54 (1972) 5025 Aflatoxin residucs in food and fccd dcri}-cd from plant nnd . animal sourccs By b) S.vine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 e) Sheep . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 d ) Gttle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3;I e) Fish . . . . • . . • • • •
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~~ !50257 0277 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK Ref. T 55 Ar 1982 4~~lv*4#4*;Browne,L. M. ;Weir,G. L. ; HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS: INFORMATION AND DISPOSAL GUIDE. TerocheM Laboratories Ltd..EdMonton, Alberta CANADA TbH4P1.82. ISN = 3590 01 000 00y571
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I X 50257 0269 Ar 5 Lat-.s., v+ ...: _...r, ~ i,,*.,_..v~_.:_ ._ . ..... . ~. t ._, . .7 t ,Jvz• =h.°1:na:Cai. O 0/ C~ tl ~'I Gl 0 9 s a, 3
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50257 0276 : A,raoitage, P, % AN OY&RGaP PCtoB4EM ARa:S±NG IN PARTiC].E LflUNI'.iNG. Dlametrike 316. ?P-6~ (Y449? . 0 I t; ~ t1 G G~ 5 7 0
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50257 oZ75 Arl A'Y[:AS QF TKE GaWU=PAPL;_ 0 ~ j ff
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. Ilkl- -V-- .-Z_ 72 IX Re1-77 S.P. RJR CLASS.NO. PAMPHLET 72 IX Re -77 s.p. Armitage~__' .; Dollery, C. T.; Houseraan, T. H.; Kohner, E. M1; Lewis, P. J.; Turner, D. M. • ; (MRC Clin. Pharraacol. Res. Group, Royal Postgrad. Med..Sch., London; Hazleton Lab. Europe, Harrogate, Ct. nrit.) NICOTINE--ABSORPTION/ TnBACCO--S'k~iOKING--PI?YSTOLOGY/ ABSORPTION OF NICOTINE BY PLl1N DURING CICAR SMOKING. Proc. B.P.S., Jan. 5-7, 1977 (in English) *Abstr. in: Brit. Jour. Pharm. 59 (No. 3) : 493P (1977) * ~~Nicotine in cigar smoke is thought to be absorbed 1 mainly from the buccal mucosa, facilitated by the ~ j alkaline pH of the smoke (Armitage & Turner, 1970). This process is much less rapid than alveolar ~ ! absorption following inhalation of smoke into the lung. t Cigar smoke is more irritant than cigarett*c smoke and ~ is thought to be inhaled only rarely. The lower ~ mortality of exclusive cigar smokers comparcd with I 0 n 0 09 565 cigarette smokers suppurts this supposition I (Hammond, 1966). However, the rapidity and completeness of nicotine absorption observed in the present study raises the possibility that some smokers can inhale cigar smoke. If habituated cigarette smokers retain the habit of inhaling smoke when they ; switch to smoking cigars then they may be at particular health risk since even small cigars contain ' mpre r.icotine and tar than the strongest cigarette. -- -F_----_-- - 50257 0271.
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50257 0227 What Advertising Does 78 XI Adl 79 S.P. Jour. Adv..Res. 6 (4)2-3 (Dec.,1966) I ~ No.oubirik ~~ In a Russian textile store sales were increased 30 times by a coordinated advertising campaign costing only 0.1-0.15 per cent of the sales volume. P ><opt.E wrrlt tNrrtAnvE, energy, and attentive- ness work in the No. 12 Textile store in Novosi- bink. The store's director Maria lvanovna Khod- zinskaya is a good. staunch friend and adviser to her customers. She tries to do everything to help them to buy the goods they want with maximum of convenience and the least expenditure of time. Some time ago. Maria lvanovna began to notice that more and more linen cloth and items made from linen were accunutlating in the store er•en. thou& Rps.eio lion Ar,l iirtn0na4 ftjn 0 ar4 fine products. What was the matter? True. some tumnlr hnnuht. hist c:tlee r:umr in.. nniv !M(1•9)n in the sales area. The walls of the improvised rooms were made of light wooden frames three by four meters in size covered with linen cloth. The windows in each room were show windows whic.h were hung with lineli curtain cloth. On the table there were tablecloths and napkins made of linen. And there was also a female mannequin draped with linen cloth. Every day duriny the advertising period the cloth and the items in these rooms were changed. To make a more eye-catching display of suit and dress cloth, 15 dresses were made in new arvlna_.....i t.•.~... .t:rr.,....... 1.:...1.. ..t t:.._.. ,.t...t. -Tt...
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.= , , 50257 0280 ARi,I,OUZr Armour.Research Foundation ARMOUR RESEARCH FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT FOR-1958. 51 p. 1958 Armour. Research Fdundation, Chi,c.ago,..Illinios . ~ . ~, ..-,.,..-~....~. 0 1 n 0 0 0 0 y' S 7 4
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50257 0279 1 Xi T : "r t ~ 9 a i i ARMOUR RESEARCH FOUNDARION ANNUAL'REPORT FOR BtYlOZ 1958 51 p. 1958 Armour Research Foundation Chicago, Illinois .......,.,.-~.~,._..~* tI 1(1 0 0 0 U' ) !i 7 3
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0 i. I 50257 0272 t : 77 X Ni s TOBACCO--SMOKIN(',--HLOOD/ . : COTININE/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--BIOLOGICAL TESTINC/. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPIiLET 77 X Ni . *(no affil.)* „~. BLOOD LEVELS OF NICOTINE AND;COTININE•ATTAI2dED DURING SMOKING: , Nicotine Workshop; Stockholm, Swed., paper, 24 p.'(Nov. 1974) (in English) (Previous reference - abstr. only - complete paper available now) 1~044.t4r J~Now that methods for measurirg these levels are avail- ~able CONb, nicotine and nicotine metabolites should be ceasured routinely. ~ ' . ~ = I have not answered the question whether non-in•ha~ing cigar smakers really ~. • . • . • I h' k th t'f inhale our ci arette smoke ~ ou t t k f . ~ ~ y y g in a ine" or nico ing are smo jt iis such an efficient uray of self-ad;ministering nicotine that it must ' be one of the reasons for smoking. One of our subjects clearly was a 'not7 ~- -- -_non-inhaling cigar smoker and ti~e could~neasure any ni.cot~ne or any_.c.oti~nine in his-blood. 6 6
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IC vv!N1-74 50257 0273 ~ RJR CLASS NC. °iiLET IX 1dh1-74 s.p. Armitage, A. K.; Houseaan, T. H.; Turner, D. `i.; Wilson, D. A. (Tobacco Res. Cour.c., Lab., F?arrcgate, Yo:kshire, Ct. Brit.) THE EVALi.:ATZO:: OF A :4ACHI':° FOR I::TRODL'CING TOBACCO S::OKE I\'TO T'dE LUSGS OF AtiAESTHETIZED tL+I:IALS DL'RI::G SP.?:•:Ti:::EOj:S RESPIRATION. Quart. Jour. Exp. Physiol. 59., 43-54 (1974) (in English) *1974, Yo. 5, W 1512* w-d* \ Tobacco medicine: ~ 1 ~ 0 n o o 9 5. b 7
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.. . 50257 0270.. NICOTINE--METABOLISM=-IiiRiAN BODY/NICOTINE--PIIARNACOLOGY/^?ICOTINE--ABSOP•.PTION/ 77 X Arl RJR CLASS NO. PA.'fPHLET 77 X Arl Dollery, C. T.; George, C. F.; Houseman, T. Ii.; Lewis, P. J.; Turner, D. M. ' .a r, (Royal Postgrad. Med. SCh., Clin. Pharmacol. REs. Gr., London, Gt. Brit.; Tobacco Res. Counc., Lab., Harrogate, Gt. Brit.) t •-ABSORPTION AND METABOLISM OF NICOTINE BY MAN DURING CIGARETTE SMOKING.. Brit. Jour. Clin. Pharmacol. 1(No. 2) 180-81 (1974) (in EnBlish)- *Keywords:* nicotine,.smoke, constituent. 1 The central pharmacoloEical effccts of nicotinc are ~ thought to play an important role in the tobacco smoking habit (Armitaoe, Hall & Morrison, 19GS). ; Using cigarettes similar to commercially available brands but labelled with (r4CI-nicotinc, we have ~ attempted to draw up an accurate balancc shcct of ~ the rate of nicotine absorption during normal ~ smof ing, by the collection and aisay of nicutinc in the main and sidcstream smoke of the cigarette; in the butt and ash, in the exhaled air and in the blood, urine and faeccs of the smoker. Artcrial ~ blood concentrations of nicotine and cotinine were measured since thcse most closely rcllect ~ levels within the brain, an organ with a high blood now.-'
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/ GS%'_G:;1`(:CU--S?•Si)::~:--Icai~\L:ti i.i}; :F--'U3SG: 50257 0274 tivIPfALS/;.ICOTI' :JICOTIr E LA',ELLED/;:ICOTItiE-- . . , X Pie -74 . :. 10 RJR CLASS ::0,• PA.'yL°ELE T7 u i , S.I, . House*~ann, T. II.; Turner,' D. id. 3 (Tobacco Res. Counc. Lab., HarroSate, Yorkshire, Gt. Brit.) TRANSFER OF ENDOGENOUS AND E:{OGE::OLS RADIOISOTOPICALLY L~'1BELLED NICOTINE •c. ~ TO MAINSTR°,'1:•i CIGLUTTi: S:SOKE X:D ITS P3S0IlPTIOa INTO THE BLOOD OF t1SAEST:IETIZcD CATS. Quart. Jour. Exp. Physiol. 59, 55-61 (197V) (in English) ; *1974, No. 5, W 1659* *d* ~ Tobacco medicine: : ,. . /. 1 p I r: 0 1 n 0 0 9 S 10
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1 r 50257 028.1 1 Ar2 As~+c+ur . l~~ar~r-3~'oie~t~s~i~s ~£v 3xli~aiu Zr.:,tf:stc az ,T~c~::~Ia?y AF'.~ „-. F;,7.-: 7,-er 1^S7 , var{s~u~'sy g?:sd Ch:c,:Z;O, T;1. o i 0o 0 0 09 5 7 5
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!50257 0268 Ulm ABOSF.,PTION OF NICOTINE FROM S``uALL1rCIGARS, Clin, Pharmacol. Ther, 23 (No. 2) 143-51 (1978) (in English) *Keywords:* nicotine, cured, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent; _ nicotine,_smoke, side-stream, const3t_uent, Tlir rrhsurptiun of niCntinr frnm c•i~urs na.c n:crtsurcd in 7 nrulr st~bjrcts ts hn cuclr .vnn~rd !i ~ ir sinl;lr snnill ci,Sur cnntuiring "C-r•.icn;inr. The pruj+urtiun of nic'ntiar in the ntain.ttrcurn ! ~ stt:nkt delit•crrd to the .ann[rr's n:nutlt tras grrutrr tLun thnt ob.ccrrtd fur cil;urrttrs, but ~ the rraj~nninn r,f nic ntinc in the cignr smrJ.c a•hirlt +~•us rct.unrd b} the smr,l.cr tras ubuut t tlu sanu. The tntul do.tc of nirr,tinr rr:uinrd t•orird_1,cr.rccn J und 4.5 u+g. Artcriul ( plasma cr,nccntrnticros of ticntinc +,•rrc as lugh rrs tl;osc achict•cJ Ly cig.uct:r stnc+king ( i1 Hazleton Lab. Europe, Ltd,) (hnct. Qbx~,t : Gynecol. ~ T,ova1 PcFtrr<'. "ied. Sch., Clin, Pharm.icol. Turner, D. % , :Ak?,Otd MONOXIDE CONTENT OF BLOOD/ TOBACCO--SM2KE--NICOTINE,C14/ N:COTINE,CI4--ABSORPTION/ NICOTINE,C --METABOLISM--HUV.AN BODY/COTININE,C14--METABOLISM/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--INHALATION/TOBACCO=-SMOKING--HEART, EFFECT ON/ 79 X Ar RJR CLASS NO. PA%iPHLET 79 F. Ar r Doll~~rv, C. ; Houscr.:an, T., Kohnt•r, E. ; Leuis, P. J. ; snm.:kc into the 1unFs and somr_bt' buccnl absurhaon. but rose umre .clott•h•. Sr,mr nrcot,r•.c fronr smu11 rrgrtrs ts uGsorbrd b)• u:)raluttun uf t rt f I 0 I t10~0a9 5 6 2 ~ :,
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L ~ QH 91 Ar 1~46 PDDL t . OCEANOGRAPHY/ _ . . 50257 0285 ' RAW JI MATERfIALS . . ~ FR O M TH E SE.A.. _ '-AND - . L ATACI:ENZIE MIALL 1946 CHEMICAL PliBLISHI\'G CO., IIKC. B ROOI:LYN . w Y By E:'FRANKLA\D ARAiSTKO'XG~~-- o~ ~ o n ~ o~Z5 7 9
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50257 0282 .x 0 a x v.,,~~~--~-- ~~'~~J~~i'S°~iir't~ . Fai~:~~tlon os i2?.IMls I:''3tI tJte Gj~ A ac:.i:?s..?gy Anr li.`l-7:-+,,.L FUBLItriT1G''.^f$ FA>i-,JAL. tSov`*Qr Ifo7 rariaus3y naa-eci Ch2caQa, ZII. ..-_..-_-• ---~- - Q 1 ~ Q~~ Q9 S 7 6
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_. ~....-~. _~ 1ri..r....., .t.............._~ ..~ ~..._. ~.+.: S.a..'~__..... _._...- 50257 0283 Arm~ -bnd Ac;m!initior.; _visctrft Ta.kie; sfsieei'~ . 4., . Re£. , ~ HJ Ca0~4`~ i. .r?}~OXi.~ I1a vv`OCr3 ~.i^.^..25 .°.rCe To; ~, i ~ 6081 Sc.hed. 7, v. 4. ~ Un iinited S-&t&a +aria oa Su:zx.i,'}.I?:.~', 0? A:iD V_T'3Pi7 lmsutu."•.TIO:., It;tZ:'A..°s:.J LN Gc Tir:. ,'LD7?'F ::4"'`:ZID;31Ej Vav .. L'.. ..T r:.D,:T xa7`• ~ ~TSUSj.Sc~'csd.1, 4oi3. '`. r:.D : ,_r~ ~ Sch:^.d. 3, V31s. S~.SN9d. 2, :~c~Irs. ; Sc3:cd. 4, Vo3.a. SchPJ. 5, Co3E. Sched. 6, VoJ.s. Sched. 7, Vo1s. 1966 ~'o?s. t,'asain~~ou, D. C. o I 0 0 n~, 0~~ 7 7
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502570284 76XRu S?SOKIN G' AABITS--RELINQIIISIIING/TOB ~CCO---SM(1KING--PSYCNLLOGY/ .. ..i
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TOBACCO---SI•10KE--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION/ 50257 0288 76 _IX Ar • RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET *(no affil.)* CARBONIC OXIDE IN TOBACCO SAAKE. Brit. Med. Jour. 1922, 992-93 (June 24, 1922) (in English) *b:eywords:* carbon dioxide, smoke, constituent; _ . carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent; oXygen,smoKe, consultuent.": *Note date* • . • . ~` ' ~ R G GiQ r4i44/ ~ I 0 0 n G 09 53 2 :
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50257,0287 73 1TII Ar TCRALCO--CHEMICAL CCIv:POS2iI0,i--AGRON0~11'--RELATIONStiIY/ TOBACCO--SCOPOLETI:;/TOBAC.O--CfiLORQGENTC ACID/ ~._..........r .- ... • ! (University Okla., Dep. Bot., *ficrobiol., Dep. Chen., Norran, Okla., U. S.) =. PP,iLI:~[INARY STUDIE9 ON THE EFFECT OF DEFICIENCY IN POTASSIiI:f OR tiAGVESIU.%i ; R3R CLASS NO. PA`T'riLET 73 VII Ar Arrsstr'onfi;,"C: 4m*; Rohrbaugh, L. M. ; Rice, E. L. ; Wender, S. H. ;iO:V OF CFiLOPOGt:`1C ACID aS CONCEN:I:' 'L:D SCO.'OLINI IN TOBACCO e ~ . y Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 1971 (No. 51) 41-43 (1971) (in English Et) *Y.eyaords:* chlorobenic acid, green, constituent; scopolin, green, constituent. . ~ ~ C 1 t~ A n~ t3 :: ~.~ 1 ..
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. 50257 0293 , .. - FCRECASTING; MANAGE*fERiT--PLAN!IING/ AQStNESS F0REr.ASTINr;/ HB LONG-RANGE FORECASTING 3730 From Crystal Ball to Computer Ar 1978 1 2 C. ; ~ ~4~MSfiROtVt Whairton School . University of Pennsylvania I . A WILEY-INTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION JOHN WILEY & SONS. New York • Chichcster • Brisbane • Toronto 0" 1 00 n -0 0 9 S8 7
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.s . V1l •_•-- 50257 0290 Lj . , . RJR CLASS NO. PAI•iY2iLET VI I Re6-76 s. p. : VII Re6-76 j•'o1fe,,H. R.; Staiff, D. C.; Comer, S. W. S.P. (U,_S. Environ. Prot. Ag., Pest. Toxic Sub. Effect Lab., Field Studies Sect., Wenatchee, Wash., U. S.) ..~ i GH CO'TTA '~1I%iATI01 OF ROJ ~l:eywords:~ parathion, tobacco, additi.ve. ~ - The purpose of the prescnt paper is to detcrnine patcntial parathion contaaination of eiEarettes by ..pray drift, to deter-~ '~ cdne cont vaination throu,-h contact w,ith hands d••ring pesticide lnpplication or fruit thinning activities, and to dctennine the fff effect of washing h3nds on cirarette cont:viinacion. ~ 1 - POTENTIAL EXPOSURE OF WORKERS TO PARA~.iIOPI Tii CIGt.RETTT:S. Bull. Environ: - Contam. Toxicol. 13 (No. 3) 369-76 (1975) a n o na u9 G 8 4 ' (in English)
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.. . 'jk'•_•-, . 50257 0286 / . • , .:.;. . . . ,_..,_. . . • • . .. ;. , ~ 9azar1 biol. Ass. U.fG (t967) 47. 23-3i . ed in Great Britain 77 III Wo •DETERMINATION OF NITRATE IN SEA WATER BY CADMIUM-COPPER ~ REDUCTION TO NITRITE* By E. D. WooDt, F: A J: AnMSncotic~ie.tim F. A. Ricx~nsi 1 Department of Oceanography, Unicessity of Washington, Seattle s The Plymouth Laboratory, En~and J (Tcst figs. 1z) An accurate, dependabk determination of o-6o E~g-at./1. of NO;-I~' in sea water has becn developed. The s2mple is treated with tetrasodium ethylcnediamine- tetraacetate solution and passed through a coh~n of copperized cadmium filings. A nearly quantitative reduction of nitrate to nitrite results. l~it_rite is then determined by a diazotization method. Neither sulphide nor hi~h nitrite con- eentrations interferes. Approximately eieht samples per hour per column can be ~ r,pnal,p¢ed~vith~~ sta~ard dcviation of o i2 ~Cg-at./L at the Zo ~b at./L level.
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50257 0296 . .___ ._.. _.. ,...~:. Research Report CCS 229 78 III Re2-79 A COMPARISON OF T:'0 ALGORIT.'!S S.P. FOR ABSOLUTE DEVIATIu\ CURVE FI::'ING by &1-tP,"•1YX*-r*stton&-A - E. L. Frofie. April. 1975 This research was partly supported by Project No. NR 047-021, ONR Contract N00014-75-C-0569 with the Center for Cybernetic Studies, The University of Texas.' Reproduction in whole or in part is permitted for any purpose of the United States Government. . CENTER FOR CYBERNETIC STUDIES ~ . ~harnes, Directcr ~ 1 ~ Q ~Bu ne_ s- ccnom ' :--s Build '.no, 512 Tiie Univcr_:ity of Tcxas
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i PB 279 4~. 0 186 , Ar 1977 PDDL 7 i ,e,T,., , OPERATIONS 50257 0289 REroaT oxUMtNTATwN h"'~'/R'9;,770439 ~ A PAr. E a T~. w w~..~ ies for Cond h cti e olo As Strate t ` December 1977 u ng n qy sessmen g c s, ` Final Report W.W. Harman M... .M AMm. , il ~rMK~R.M/M.w {M~ M Stanford University Department of Engineering-Economic Systems u e.,m«o..o..«ol.» Stanford, California 94305 ~ ERS 75227°B _ _ la~ 1 1L /</.M..~-V o7.wlulM MMw. .M 111l.w. 11 TIA d M...1 4 L~... C.wM Applied Science and Research Applications (ASRA) Final Report National Science Foundation, 1800 G Street, N.W. ~• gashin ton 6.C. 20550 lL S./pNwwR.ry MMw - ' ~C:rro-~/~u w C ! N. As.t..d IlM-R !oo w.wl This report attempts to synthesize from a sample of accumulated experience over the past ten years a guiding strategyito aid an interdisciplinary teaa in the conduct of a tech- nology assessment. The resulting sequential strateqy consists of three main functienal elements apportioned into ei;ht subelenents and supDierertea by six cross-cutting con- cerns. An array of operations, techniques, and procedures iave been assembled from theory and practice as candidates for the conduct of each of the fourteen identifieo tasks. Following the presentation of the basic stratecy, four ways of categorizing technology assessments were 'identified and their effect on emphasis within the basic i strategy was noted. Q i •! Q n a tJ ~ ~ t7 wi
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50257 0278 i s J ..-;} !a , A Sc2.CCtc d ~d .PhY y Su d LiiChu? :-s ~ d . s ~ P:~;c:: ' v'i1C:1~Gc~.~ CiA. 'ii~Sn ig$ustxtrs : . . - - .. - . . - < - -^ ' ' ... . . , q i ooor~o 3a72
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50257 0299 jt au TS Bauer, Oswald, 187G- b92 Chromium platine7 with special reference to its use in the B automobile industry, by Prof. Dr.-Ing. e. h. O. BaLer, l'iof. H. Arndt and Dr.-Infi. «'. Krause, Staatliches materialpru- funh amt, Berlin-Dahlem. Translation from the German by E. «'. Parker ... With introductory chapter: Eiectroplatinfg, practice and the properties of chromium and nickel coatings, by A. W. Hothersall ... London, E. Arnold & co. i1J35] vfi, 286 p. incl. Illus., tables, 6fagrs. 2i°. 0 -(-mttuued on next card) 36-i 1910 c44k2l 0 1 0 a~~o•~5 9 3
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r; r . . .. . 50257 0295 ,._ . c " G~j~uii., r % S' M !,s'harni. Pl+arular., 1972, 24, 13-19 f" Received May 19, 1971 ~ Akv ~ The inilu.ence of the moisture content of the fibrous suPpo_r.t of anasai inhller upon the concentlatioiz of drug in the air stream ,A. P,' A.. IN'. ARaf.STRONG, J. F. CARI-F_SS AND R. P. E*1GYER Deparhuer.t cJ Pharmacy, Chelsea College, University of London, London, S.ti'.3, U.K. ~_..1-... .-. .. ._ _7 _ .a_..._ ..~..-.., ~. .,... . _ ~i. ...• , .l r..l....a:~:.....•.C.a~pinr.. Thce moiswrc ce.sitents of ccllulosc acetate andpap.r fibrous support matcrials used in aasal-inhalcrs have been dctcrmi:ied by infrared 0 1 0 0 0 0 a 9 S. 8 9 I
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.. VK~• _v-- ------ 50257 0292 78 XI Ad1-79 S.P. Jour. Adv. Res. 10(5) 2fr-32(1976) is enhanced? Is it possible to predict the David B. Montgomery and What happens af ter a brand's credibility ~ ----------:~::.:~ Brand Trial After a Credibility Change characteristics of consumers who respond? These and other questions are anstivered in this case study about Crest tooth paste. In most frequently purchased, branded product markcts, the consumer has little to choose from in terms of sig- nificantly differentiated products. The staggering array of manufacturcrs' daims and counter claims of brand superiority secros to leave consumers somewhat bewildered or cynical. What would happen if the crcdibil- ity of hc ppc~ s nj+~de o, bc~half~Q f one andl shddld ~ddlttiy ~c M- hanccd 1- - -• brand appeal by the A.D.A. was a dramatic gain in market share for Crest from about 12 per cent in July 1960 to about 35 per cent in the period after the endorsement. This gain came at the cxpensc of virtually every brand, and it came in spitc of heavy dealing activity by othcr brands. 1bus, the dentifricc market during the period prowjdes ~a case cxamplc of consumer 9bcl~iof~ln 5~tiarlcct undergoing sub- aspects of consumer behavior a which was adniinistcred to nearly 4,0 housewives in biRCA's NationaI Cc sumer Pancl about three months pri to the A.D.A. endorsement. This qu, tionnaire gathered data on buyc self-designated interest and opini leadership on a rather broad range , topics. It also asked the buyer to , scss her likely response to seven h)•l thetical, but plausible, new rrodtil ~ t ti
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....v..~.a.hx-'.a, ....,__............... l . - _- 5~257 - 3 .r...»-...-.........__...--. .. ~ .....~r..r~...~.....+:~~.-',...~....._~~ ._ __. ..+.~.~......._~...»_~...~_: .'- ... . . . . , 72 III Re-73 .P . . A", l. Pbmui. Paanirac., 1973, 25, 35-41 The effect of po,re size of the inhaler support l upon the concentration of volatile drug -; emerging in the air stream from a nasal inhaler* ~: p~^ t J. E. CARLESS AIJD R ~.. , . P. E'I'FVF~ Department of Pharmacy, Chelsea College, University of Lur.don, Manresa London, S.iir.3, U.X ;L4 L n `- ~-- The effect that the pore size of the inhaler support has upon the "'v concentration of methylamphetamine emerging in the airstream from a nasal inhaler has becn investigatcd over a range of ter.iperatures : using a series of sintered -lass plugs of differing porosity. The results showed that there was a reduction in the drug concentration ; .uit}. ~.PV1.~,cP.in~nnre.ci7~_[lf.the...I]TA~C~_an_attemot.R'3s JnaC~~_t0 ~ ~ ; 0 1 0 0 n6 0 9 5 8S
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lIkI.-V` _ r 50257 0305 Die \Yclitahat;.v-irtscliaft. Kie1.195R. ' vi, 73 p. illu.s. 24 cm. (Kieler 5tudien; horschungsbc:richte des Instituts ftir Weltwirtschaft an der Universittit Iiiel, 45) BiblioEraphicalfootnotes. 1. Tubacco manufacture and trade. i. Title. (Scries) J"G.J4J 11D9130.5.A8 ~, . Library of Con;ress t59c1l Q~ ~ 4~ 0 0 9 S.9 9.
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50257 0301. '.a....n..:.i-~..d+.~1:. +.l'..~..^.-'.~_c~ } '•C T a ~ ~ I : i -~ ~s . , 6 ~' f`i flf°" ~Cl~--Gigca°RTIeRF i 5£~3RCCH, Ywc~tC:~T~i,~L -- ~ocu A CHEMICAL INFORMATION CENTER FXPERIMENTAL STATION , r....,.._...~..~._~_. Pittsbureh University Pitts burg::, Penns ylvania 31. March 1971 . \W /99 ~77/ o lnOn G 0 9 5 9 s
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llkl•-%:-- I s e ~ 50257 0308 Arnold, ` D; $ ,. INFORMAtI.ON -RE'CRZEYI{Lt A PRAMR7IC A P['WAQE . o tAo t~U Q~ bQ:z
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e I 1 j• 143 JDIRECTORIES, INTERRATIONYIL/BIOLOGX/-BOTANY/Z00LOGY/•--- --~ -' ENTOMOLOGY/ ~ i Founded 1877 100th Anniversary Edition ,; - ! REF THE NATURALISTS' DIRECTORY . , . / .-~.. i 1978 Ar AND ALMANAC (INTEPIVATIONAL) Compiled and'•Ediced:by jR., Ph.D., A.R.P.E +a,RQSS'I.*~'.ARN 43rd Edition Prufessor of Biology (Cumpkcic Edition) (1979-1980) Siena College, Loudonville, New York 0 ' WORLD NATURAL I-IISTORY•.1'UBLICATIQNS •.. :. - ' re, bID,21228 USA .•• ~• }3,i0,Dillon Hcights A.•enue ~. Baltinio . ~ .,. . , . ..~ • ~ ~. . • ~l i 4QVA0959$
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50257 0302 RESEARCfi--LI.TERA'fCRE INFORMATI0:3/ INFOR*fA.TION SCIENCF./LITERATURE SEA$CIiING, ylACHINE/ INFOR:1fATI0N STORAGE AND RETRIEVAT.:. SYSTEMS-- COMP UTERI ZED/ ~ CIIEMISTRY--COMPUTERS'/AUTOMATION/'.i. ~ cOMPUTEP-13ASED !~'J ~ CHEli/'i~CAL INFORMATION Edited by •Edward-McCrArnett and A(len Kent ;QOKS iN LIBRARY AND INFORMATiON SCIENCE Series of Monographs and 7extbooks EDtTOR i ALLEN KENT Director, Ollice o/ Communications Programs ~ University of Pittsburgh 1 Pittsburgh, ?ennsylvania MARCEL DEKKER, lNC., NewYork 1973 < . . . . . •,,...,,,,.,,.n..~.,e,..+. . .,~...w~...re~.,~.~,~e.~,.....,....,.,-, ID 1 0 0 0 6 0 9- 5 .9 6
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50257 0310 ASSOCIATION S?TISSE DES FARRTr,AtiTS DE CIGARF.TTES/ ~ KRAMER, PIERRE/MUST,F.R, EDOUARD/A1%MMM-VW'R'6/ART'?o t &NTOIXE f HAUSE.~*tAIVI. MAX/ 78 XI Ad -80 S.P. 1 St•JISS TV RGU"MTArLE rl°!;e1TF. ON S'tOKtr'G A*T HF.AM, ADVERTISING, SOCIAL COST. April 2n, 1980 (in French) Q 0 n t3 09 6 0 4 ~ 9.l'. LLtJ~
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! 50257 0307 TOBACCO--IPIDUSTRY/TOBACCO--IIISTORY/TOrACCO--VIRGINIA/ RJR CLASS NO. PA;•iP1ILET 73 YIar 0rd"~13' ':`-';~r::"' (';c,^.abe'3 Univ. Scli. , R?.chniond, V3., U. S.) H)_S'IU;1Y 0: ?"ti:: TOBACCO I`::;;:S1'I;Y IN V:iI:GI:IIA F RC:•1 1360 TO 1894. Johns I:oi)ti.sis Press, L'alti,ire; :Id. $5 p. (1897) `(in English) Johnson i;ej ri.nt Corp., New York, (1973) ;'Xotc co,,;•ri~;'~t date. • i -~.~ . ,-....-...._,.,.,,.,...~..._..,,... _ ._. .--~ ~. .,_.._-.._ _ _..__.__ . - . -- .~...~ ,. ._ s .. ; t s ~ J ~ a l~ A~ Ci 0 '3 6 0 1
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50257 0315 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QA 76 Ar 1979 , SIMPLIFIED DIGITAL AUTOMATION Wa"I'H MICROPROCESSORS. AcadeMic Press, Inc..New York, New York.79. ISN = 4156 o~o0 0 0 0 9 bo9 :
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TOBACCO--HISTORY/TOBACCO--MANUFACTURE i r TS t , AMERICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY, NO. 1-2/ JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY STUDIES IN AR_NOLD, `B. W.;`JR./' : 2240 Ad t~ 1897 . i ' '~.. At tobacco industry in Virginia since the civil war, viewmg it ' from the standpoint both of the planter and of the manu- ~ facturer. Improvements in methods of culture, new inven- tions, tions, and the technicalities of manufacture form no essential , part of the subject-matter, and therefore have received but = little mention. Markets, prices, distribution of profits, i h d f l d l t d d me o s o sa e an re ate subjects have been mvest~gate , j and these only have been treated at any length. The 1 review has been made in an impartial spirit, and conclusions reached are based upon the historical facts presented. Adams, H. B. *(no affil.)* & TRADE--VIR6INIA/ 50257 0306 ' HISTORICAL i•POLITICAL SCIENCE, ' RJR CLASS NO. 15th SERIES/ TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Ad 1897 HISTORY OF THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY IN WIRGINIA FROM 1860 TO Johns Hopkins_Pressa_ 86_p. (1897)._(in inglis_h) _ ~~The purpose of this paper is to give a fair account of the ..i 1894.
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, CAt:VU ! l Y tJ/ l°wlrHlutMltt1 I/ -. i , . ---- - , Ilk" - - `'' 50257 0313 HF 5500 Ar 1981 iARCHER Shooting the Executive Rapids The First Crucial Year of a New Assignment J0h%c~~.AE~iold!~~ FIIIcGraw-HiU Book Company New York St. Louis San Francisco Auckland Bogutj Hamburg Johannesburg London Madrid Mexico Montreal Ncw Delhi Panama Paris S3o Paulo Singapore Sydney Tokyo Toronto 0 1 a 0 n0 0 9 6-a 7
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50257 0311 Sp,Lt;ONELL~/ FOOD--BAOT ERI0L0GY / I . QR 115 Ho 1974 2 C. PDDL 1 C. { Food iwilcisoninj~ an~ d~ ~d FoodT6 ~i, y g i Vc ~e ~ Betty C. ! ;o~bs O.St.J., D.Sc., Ph.D., F.1it.C.Path., Dip.Bact., F.R.S.H. Food Hygiene Laboratory Central Public Health Ljaborato.y London Third Edition EDW . ._ . ~, ~ `, .. 41 s' a~ ~.0 Q 0 0 .9 6 t~ •S
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lik'• -V. - XI T0B2-78 S.P. abstract) 11 50257 0309 RJR CLASS NO. ?'AMPHLET XI ToB2-78 s. *(no affil.)* , . ' FIGHT AGAIN5T SMOKING IN SWITZERLAND. *(La lutte contr le TabaRisnie en Suisse.)* Scand. Jour. Resp. Dis. 1978 (S102) 152-3 (1978) (in French with Eng]isl ltln Switzerland until now, most hcalth-pro- ' KWith the aim of chansing these regula:ions, I ' tnuting measures have been' of private t h~0~o> le a ticma~ c3inJ; the have n ~ ~ origin. 1 1 Pr hibition of j The "Association T::bagisme A.T." was i ptil>licity associated u•ith tobacco. A natio- 1 foundr•d in 1973 by thrre private assucia- Ii nai ref~•tendum is now to be taken on this // _, _ -- - - matter "' ...---------- - --- tions. _ C U 1 a 0 n a 09 5 03
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.50257 0312. _ TP 986 ` Ma ; 1974 ° ARCHE4 .. ; The role of additives'.in ~ lastics L. MASCIA Lecturer in plastics technology, University of Aston in Birmingham 110 /Y esx a e j ~ L. . .. _ : o ~ ~aa.-ao6 : •=~~ a . I;.:
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xx Ari (iy70):A E:'_1Rt!;1TL:: u' r n LC~ -.a i, t7 ov ~- -. ~. Proc. :LoWa Acad. S .~.~.~F ... . . - --._.-~.~.....~.~~ 50257 0316 SY'Iat`.:I OIL WIiif Vtl;isC~:i~ Sci. • 5...". a~ ~ Q n 0 0 9 6 1 0
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1Vk1 . .:• , 50257 0298 I XX MeRq-7R S.P. (1KT?nTrAT. FTT.F) Thnrax 3"l., 19-25(Fph. 1Q74) Polyvinyl chloride pneumoconiosisl , 1=11'NA1;16, P. POMMIER DE SANTI, L. GARBE; H. PAYAN, AND J. CIiARPIN From the Clinique de Pneumo-phtisiologie. IItS,oital Sainte Afarguerite, Marscillc and the Laboratoire dAnatomie Pathologique. Ilupital de la Conception,ltlarseille. France u Arnaud, A., Pommier de Santi, P., Garbe, L., Payan, H., and Charpin, J. (1978). Thorax, 33, 19-25. Polyvinyl chloride pneurnoconiosis. A 53-year-old man, who had been exposed for 23 years to polyvinyl chloride (PVC) in the bagging area of a vinyl chloride polymerisation plant, presented with a diffuse micronodular infiltrate on his chest radio~raph. Li~ht microscopy of lung obtained by drill biopsy showed a diffuse infiltration with histiocytes and multinucleated giant cells, with some colla, en formation. Ultrastructural studies showed foreign particles in the macrophages, which were identical with PVC powder viewed under the electron microscope. Incubation of PVC powder with human lung macrophagcs in vitro showed that the macrophages engulfed the powder to give a similar ultrastructural appearance. Pneumoconiosis due to potyv;nyl chloride (PVC) was first described by Szende et al. (1970). S=veral epidcmiolooical studies have since been made, which tend to demonstrate that PVC or vinyl chloride (VC) inhalation may be responsible for abnormalities of pulmonary function and chest radiograp;• (Lilis et al., 1975, 1976; Miller ct al., 1975; Suciu et al., 1975). Ilowever, histopatho- 1~ica escFiptions oI this_aisc e a inf quent. ~l'l d~ribc thicretone luchlcaseInd ~siuof the ;:Itrastructure of a lung biopsy specimen. tuberculin skin test was weakly positive. Sputum examination for Mycobactcrium tuberculosis on three spccimens was negative. The red blood cell count was: 4•19X10'/1; haemoglobin 13-2 g/dl; leucocyte count 6•6X 10'/1 with 40% lymphocytcs and 60% neutrophils; platelets 294X10'/1; erythrocyte sedimcntation rate 6 and 20 mm/h; cholcstcrol 2•11 0/1; total bilirubin 6 mg/1; serum all:alir.e phosphatase 53 U/1; SGOT 25 U/l; SGPT 39 U/1. Pulmonary function te-ts showed fnrred vital canacits• I•R! ie
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? Ads 50257 0318 171 iXXI ~ MeA S IS.P. ~ i aIia:i0 SE 4wY1r . ' ;! (>:fl. 3? 84 (1971) ~ , o t~oncjo=~~tz
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lk, 50257 0317 F00D--ACIDULANTS/BEVERAGES/CONFECTIONERY/SOFT DRINKS/CEREAL/ FRUITS/ TP 370 Ar 1975 AC1l DtlJ Jf_.r 1-A NTS FOR FOODS AND .11.D .C I V JtJ 1i.1L ty. G.L_:I S rv1 w ~'t;ti G~ ~J ~aL 01975 LONDON FOOD TRADF. PRESS LTD 7 Garrick Strcet, London WC2E gAT , o 00 009b 1 arm bi.f.f3ioc. , C~~rs~
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50257 0320 HF 5386 Ar 2f'!GZ.^. PC:7GR OF :'',.°P2'Z2:G :SyLP OVER ;:12Ii :. G.'LE, by S1.»nley A=old end Ray .3oa--pha. i9G2 237 pages Ps:.ntice--h;.3i, Znc. EngIc-aood CS.iifa, N. J. ~ CJ t:) ~ ~ C 0 a J 1 4
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-V- ' 50257 0323 CI.K 711 A 6m 4~191C- ALmual review of pla nt physiology. V. ~/ - 1950-/ Stanforcl, CitIif., ;tur.ua,l Reviews. X v. '.,3 cm. Editor: 19,50- D. L Arnon. ed 1. Botany-Pbysiology-Yearbooks. z. Arnon, vaniel :sracl, 1910- ed. Minnesota. IIniv. L1br. for Library of Congress L51k15j 0 1 t~ 4 ~ 0 Cl ~ 4 I/ A 51-1GG0
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Arcwa, v. 8 50257 0327 ct~_•M'.3try a•:.d 1.~tf3LYtS1,8T1Lc'i~3.0f1. ~i . Z-"r r:e-,a Ya7rit, iuzezsc~ence t'%:0l1:3iZLtd, 3.9h:)]; q V. illus.,diagrs. 24 cm. I
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50257,0324 DIET AND DISEASE/ NE')PLASMS/-CAtJCER--NUTRITION/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY DIET/CANCER--ETIOL•OGY/ZINC/TUMORSTTRESEARCkI/ ~ CAt4CER--BLADDER(RAT)/SELENIUM/CANCER--PREVENTION(SELENIUM)/ The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute at Houston 34th Annual Symposium on Fundamental Cancer Research RC 261 Ar Mo 1982 Edited by ~otC- Ph.D. Jan van Eys, M.D., Ph.D. Yeu-Ming Wang, Ph.I Department of Carcinogenetics Department ojPediatrics _ Department ojPediatrics The University of Texas The University of Texas The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Hospital M. D. Anderson Hospital M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute at Houston and Tumor Institute at Houston and Tumor Institute at Houston Houston. Texas Houston, Texas 0 1 n C~a~6C0rlqs 'I Aw IYA ecular Interrelations utrition and Cancer Houston, Texas I
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PATENT LA1aS AND LECZSLATZO;I--U.S.IyATE,•iS--L'1CETlSING ; TtZAM.MLAccx.~,---j.LuA,, PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS AND i.i T ERARY PROPERTY " Course Handbook Series Number 44 ~ T 215 Ar ; 0 : ~i a '`.~J ~ '.~ ~ 9 ~ r 1 ~,~1' t7 ~~~ j~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ii S . ~t ~ PRO r:JAY . 1973 ~ 1 " - In House In Commerce ~~ In Court 40 YEARS OF CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR PRACTISING LAWYERS 1933-1973 ~.~TOWARfit©Lfl Chairman G4-2666 PRACT1SfNG LAW INSTITUTE New York City 3 ~~
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50257.0325 • 72 VII Ar TUD aCC0-W: LJb°•:aL~l\:+J'°.3A&.'ETI;tC/ T0B4CC0°-MAry' " ~C'''(17~: 41`'D ^ R~a`tL Z--+::~rcLD~ r~:.~r ,,P,~ Tv$ACCU-•B'JP,~:.~ c RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 VII Ar Arnould, J. Y. (Icstttut Poch. Ag-on. Trop. Cult. tivrieres, Paris, Fr.) WORLD :L-~RP:ET FOF F:.T.'E-CJF-D PvD bIIRL°Y TOB:+CCOS. ~ *(Ia aar:he Mondial des Tabacs FIu^_-Cured et Burley.)* Iast. Rach.•Agron. Trop. Cult. Vivries, Paris, Fr., 45 p. (Aug. 1969) (in French) 0 0 1 t1 Q n 0 Q~~/l 9
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50257 0328 CORRELATION/ DATA--INTERPRETATION AND CORRELATION/, FOOD--SENSORY EVALUATION/ SENSES AND SENSATION/SMELL/ARO'.KA/TASTE--TESTING--STATISTICAL ZIETHOD, FLAVORANTS--SENSORY EVALUATION/STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ 458 ~,CORRELATl~lG SENSORY 1976 OBJECTIVE ~~~EASUREi1/JEI~TS- 2 c. NEW METHODS FOR ANSWERING OLD PROBLEMS A symposium sponsored by ASTM Committee E-18 on Sensory Evaluation of Materials and Products AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR 1'abacco TESTING AND MATERIALS , Philadelpia, Pa., 11-12 Nov. 1974 A§TM SPECIAL TECHP•!ICAL PD ., ,E3LICATION 594 _. J. J._Powers and H. R. Moskowitz, editors . _. __.__..., AMERICAN SOC!ETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS n 01916~Rav S~ree, Philadelphia, Pa.19103 ;~
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50257 0334 ?AROMA/FLAVORANTS/ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ TP 983 Do 1977 iYAYNL E. DORLA.ND and JAA1E s A. ROGERS, Jr d rui,iitnrd h, WAYNE E. DOKLAND COMPANY Box 261, Altndham. New JtrstY 1977 i Jizd2csby t3 C t ~ 0 n t~ 09 62 4
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litc), lri:4-,Y%z~tu, Clu)c&o1v, 90 Cg-) aA o~=E aa Gt l'3- F7•. C_'Q r 1) t : F 1'X ' 7~ 3 r -D- e 03- -~1ie~:surerneni of Pyrrole and Furan Aldehydes in `~y ;~ Cocoa Beans and Chocolate ?roducLs P. t,. Ks`rrey,;G:_& A6U1Nft.jand J. G. Pcrsocs /tr~Ier . DhE.Son of Food Sc3ence and isidustrY, 8ortand LeSoreto:y When an aqueous extract of roasted cocoa beans was re- acted with 2-thiot•arbdunc acid (TBa). a yeVew, ppigment was formed hav,r•,g an absorphon maxiT;,m at 437 mu. Absorbance at 437 tn,4 increased a; the exposura t.me in me roaster for cocoa beans was ler.;thene9 or as rcastng t,.r+perature was raised. TLC analyses snowed triat Severat compounds contrr buted to tt:e TE3A reaction; txo•never, asproxim:de,y a0':% of ths total .:bsorbanco was traced to a:.r;:e conponent, for- ttyl-2-pynole. Data suggest that f2rmentaccn is important in t!>• tormation of ttw precursors of the pyrrote aldehyde. iTe PennaTr:vants State Un(verstty, L'niversity, ( artc Pa 1FR02 added. The tube was stoppered and inverted 20 timcs. The bottom laver was s phoned out of tho lube ar.d S.:tered tnrougn Whatman No. 1 paper to remove suspenced mater:al. OA- sorcance of the yellow pigment was oecerm.•+ed at 437 nu. Various soivent comornations were triea ~n an at:crnyt to tind an extracting mea.um tnat wo i:d retnovs tr.e T uA ::yment without carrying w;tn it naturaily occurrnng cocoa oaan p,g• ments. Tnis resulted in the selec:icn of the cn!orntorn{:nxare combination. Usually, the T3A pigment rerained staote for Several hours, but occasionally the solution became cloudy on stsndinq. This haze problem was minimaed by usunfl recently tedfstilled dicxane. letroduct(on . Source of bean samples and roasting method (n an investigstion of flavor cEte;ioratwn in nonfat milk Accra. Arnba. and Bahia beans were sua:.uea by memoer povrder Keenev and tiassette (1553 developed a thiobaroituric eomaanies cf tna Chocolate tvtanutacturers Assocuaewn 01 the . ~ . . . ~ . - .. - . . . 0~ t~ 0 n e1 G{3 ~ 3` 4
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- niLuilNE--DETERMINATION/ ,_ -- CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--NICOTINE/ 50257 0326 77 XII Re-81 JOURNAL OF LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY, 3(7), 1087-1093 {1980) . $ . P •_ . REVERSED-PHASE HIC-U PERFO ID QU HIC DEl~BNATICN QF NIOOTII~ IN ESTICIDE FQWUiATIQQS / Alan R. Hank.s, Ieonard R. Schronk, and -' l~ik~" A~l1ak°S Department of Agricultural Analytical Services, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas 77843 A sinple and rapid reversed-pha.9e high-performance liquid chrcmatographic procedure is described for the detexminati,n¢i of nicotine in liquid formulations. Samples are diluted with methanol, and naphthalene is added as the internal standard. Peak he.ight ratios obtainefl frrm injec- tions of standard and sample filtrates are used for quanti- tat10R1. An eluting solvent of 0.05m (NH4) 2 HPOQ (pH 7.5) - methanol (40/60, v/v) at a flow of 2 mI,/min gives retention U~ n 0 ~ Q G y o2 0 ~
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50257 0330 I ~ .,._ .. _ . 28 Mie t,'alttueg 241 198Q 21- s 81 111 Ba Institute of Food and Nutrition, Warsaw (Poland), and TyFhnical Research Center of Finland, Helsinki ' (Finland) RQMI.NG REACTIOPi/ hSensorS• characteristic of someVroma compounds appearing as products of amino acid ---,~,svfar reactions, ~L'S N&ueruco-Ptem~a, H. Tt~ and E. Pt>au~x ~ v L, : a Diacetyl, mcthional and dimethyl sulfide as characteristic volatiles formed during nonenzymic browning vactions between sugars and amino acids in the presence of sulfur compounds have been examined sen- sorically. Concentration cfkds on aroma intensity, hedonic response and similarity have been tcstcd in order to determine the intluance of one component within two or three component model systems. There were individual diftcrences between test people as weU as a high dependence on the sensory testing method. 0 I ~ 0 0 a 0 9 6 2 4. .
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'-- - - ~ COCOA/7%1EAT/S0Y PROTEIN/AROMAMEADSPACE ANALYSIS/ ORANGE JUICE/FLA'JORANTS--F^OD/FLAVORANTS--ANALYSIS/ 50257 0332 F00D--AROMA/FOOD--FLAVORA.iTS/nnORS/FbOD--ANALYSIS/ Proceedings of a conference sponscy~ed by the Agricultural and Food Chemistry Division of the y~merican Chemical Society, held in Athens, Greece, June 27-29, 1978 0 TP 370 Ch 1978 ~ ~ F L/I a~~0 E' ®F F 0" 0% D'S A ~~ ~ ~ EVE R, Au`-~'ES Chemistry and Technology EDITED BY GEORGE CtiARALAMB0US 4'GEORG: E. lNGLETT Technical Center U.S. Department of Agriculture Anheuser Eusch, in^ Federal Research, North Central Region ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1978 A Subsid~iary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers 0 1 n 0 0 c3 0 9 6 2 6
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FLAVORANTS--TOBACCO /MFI3T3iOL--TOBAC CO / .>' -• TOBACCO--FLAVORL~IGS/ PATE.~'TS / TOBACCO--PATEh'TS/ BIBLIOGR4PHY--TOBACCO/ Fi.AVORANTS--BIBLIOGRAPHY .I972 Tobacco Flavoring Substances Sidney Gutcho Twenty-Faur Dollars NOYES DATA CORPORATION Noyes Eu;lcing* F-.rk Ricye, New Jersey 070:.0, U.S.A. . ,, I T :'" .~.-~-~-- 0 1 00 0 6 0 9 6 3Q,
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TOBACCO--FLAVOR AND ODOR/FOOD--FLAVORANTS/ 50257 0329 RJR CLASS NO.;'PAMPHLET V~(7TMe[,-79 s.p. f . ! RaltP c- W . . . ' (Institut Lebensmittelchemie Tech. Univ., Berliti) c KUAST ARU;lAS. A BEVIEW-- : l- ~ ~ . * (P.os taromen. ) * ~ ' lete : Deut. Lebe sm. R 2-7 (1979) (in Germa - com d h 75 b 1) un p n sc au . n ~ English translation available.) ~ ; - A.compreherisive review of _romaubstances formed in roasted coffee, 1meat and other food products involving -fhe?~iaillard reaction betweeri reduced sugars . i and amines and the'more widespread Strecker"aldehyde degradation reaction between i amino-acids and a-dicarbonyl compounds. Much progress has'been made in'recent years 'I on the identification of numerous aroma compounds resulting from roasting of food r•. ~.proaucts, including pyrazines, pyidines, pyrroles, oxazoles, quinoxalines, thiopnenes,_ :t'_trithianes, furans, mercaptans, aldehydes and may other heterocyclic compounds..... •. . . • . . . - . ..- . - . . - - . . , . .. . . ' .. . . . . . . . . .. . ~ . . _ . ... . .. . -. . i.~. • . .. ' . . . . . . `t . .. • - .. o ~ non n 0 9 s2 3
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FOOD--CIIEMICAL CO1fPOSITION/,AR0:1A/FRUITS/VEGETAI3LES--ESSENCES AND E.`-SE`:i1:.T. C1ILS/ SPICES/BREAD/MILK PRODUCTS/EGGS AND POULTRY/MEAT/'rIS1I/BEVERAGES/PINEAPPLES/PAPAYA/ PASSION FRUIT/CITRUS FRUITS/POPCORN/COCOA/IIONEY/PEaNUTS/NUTS/SOYBEAN/ . ' ---•-----• ~r•. . • : ~ ~ ., CENTRAAL INSTITUUT VOOR VOEDfNGSONDERZOEK ,~.., : CENTRAL INSTTN7E FOR NUTRIT7ON AND FOOD RESEARCH t , Utrechtseweg 48 INSryjUT CENTRAL DE LA NUTRTION ET GE L'ALIMENTAIION 4 Zeist ~ZEN7RAUNS7ITUT FOR ERNAHRUNGSFORSCHUNG RAPPORT NR. R 4030 s LISTS OF VOLATILE COMPOUNDS IN FOOD. ~ Drs. S van StrEtea . June 19'(3 . (third e5ition) ' i :iss Flora de Vrijer : first edition 1963 Report R 1687 • I second edition 1969 Report R 1687 0 Gehe(e of gedeelcelljke publikxie van dit rapport Is zonder schrHtelijke toestemming vcrboden. Toql or parfl+l publication of this report without written assent is not allowed. •+..'w!Mn o ~ o o n._c 0 9 6 2 '5
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I 50257 0335 79 III Dul PRi:SENTATUATION RF.GARDING TIIE COMPOSITION OF THEvARO*1A OF LITTLE KMOIdN t.T'ROPICAI. FRUITS. I V l1upu rll .Nulh/....... I=ruits - vol. 33, n° 6, 1978 ~;~ '';i :J 3 l 1'rrrrnl .Nia~w~r~ rr.l'urrlrr~c !/rr tnrn/~n.rnnrt / Nu• urrun,r n/ INr/r 1 r~.rnn ~. ' ............. . Mise au point sur la cQmpo'siti©rn de I'aro^mc des fm'l'vts tropicaux peu connus ) P. DU?RAIGNi, * ' 1611SE AU POINT SUR LA COMPOSITION DE L'AROME Of:S FRUITS TKOI'lCAUX PEU CONNUS P. DUPAIGtiL: fiufrr. juin 1978, vol. 33, n° 6, p. 413-423 - 0 1 n a ~ f~ tl C~ 6 z 9 kESUh4E Certains fruits tropicaux ont un arome intense et caracteristique, mais pcu connu au pnint dc vue composition chimique. Pour la ..._ ... ... 4.. .....w...r:u. A.... b:nn .b.d:. nn .vnn.11, u
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• 7P37o 3;~ ~~ : _~- m /~?o ~ o f ~ N ~ . 71-11,177 JOH.tiSON, Bobby Ray, 19u1- CkEIiICAL CtiARA:.'TF.RIZATION OF ROASTEDJ;ANUt Oklahoma State ttaiversity, Pn.D., 1970 Food Technology Michigan Univcrsity Microfilms. A l(FRO?CCompany . Ann Arbor f/..IP.Q~~ A
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.. IVXI--`- ' 74 X Ar I • 50257 0322 TOBACCO--SMOY.TNG--PERSO:IALITY/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ " S SOt: Ib3 I " '' L . ~t' B-~~I :~rT~I/~4BACC0-~s~lii?;It~-~iIL 7l [.~fl ~ . r. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 X Ar l. e . , 1 n..c e , c aeeelera:ed :•,net:en bet•.ce! : aar~btes o' r.eurehe:sm (,^. ,ct nsor a;ie f *1974, .:o. 13, W 5440* *d* d•uard•rs tr.eiuded) :ad d:'ierest r:ouns of sr^okers. str~n~ ~ rr. a ..~.A_.......zt f..-...~.-..._.-. ._... smr:rrs~cMro tt:aYn hi;'cr scr'res In t`^5_~rarL,b_. :n-r-ss.•d „., t . ._i._-..... t.v a. .r. t•.n a~.. ., ~c•_:-c.. Z ALL titi F=lC iiuL r ic i'.o 1'.' ~i(11: i -;1. sumrn.j--A ewn-lcaear reLi:rn, accs: ea:. ex•s:s betv.•ee^ var:nhies of i extracersi~n and rate of ci ~rectes cor.su:-ea, A steep :ncreaie oi t!:e ~' extraversian scores w•as ea•cdent fron nat•.-sr^••ckers to sltint sr..ckers: a Ga:.Re s^a1I increase occt:rred ia the .•,ed:L^: sr^r_t:ers, u•1tle i Eeary sr..dcers showed a d~;cerc There +as n a v, !^ Zeitschr. Klin. Psychol. Psychother. 21 (No. 1) 72-80 (1973) (in Getman with English abstract) 69G55. ARKOLD-}Q2tFCER, :: aRIE-AG\ES. (i!. Med. r,inic,rAZttt, iiatv: '<ra^ke: hacses, \;artinis:. :3 :`a v. 23, D-.'000 HaR.b:uz- ` Eppendrot, W. Ger.) ZLr Ptra e::icF.f rctl~r.y-er maenn!acher F.accher: + L Rauehea, £xtraa-erscol una ot :•`r~' ! - *(Zur Personlichkeit junger Iaannlicher Raucher: 1. Rauchen, Extraversion.s und :Ieurotizis;:us.)* NEUROTICISM. a:rnoi.crr-i:rugsr, M. 'A1 (Univ. Krankenhauses, Med. Univ. Klin., IIa-'tbure-Eppend=of, West Ger.) ON THE PEF.SONALITY OF YOUNG MALE SMOKERS : I. S`iOKI:r'G, EXTRAVERSION A.\D
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. W I-- ~. . 5p25T 0337 r for Gas Chromat-ov raplay.oi w Fragraw- Components A :~ ?:mp~.~oved Collect-ion System V. H£ROUT,' M. S7REIQL,' M. HOLASOVAt Rcccntly onc of thc• prescnt authors (V.H.) publishcd a mct ' f r obtaini san ~Ics ~f f~.•+{'.rant~ con~+ owxi~ of' plar~iid ithcr{dri i~resll~~L~ss7ms.~dlnihi35 of ` spiccs aid othcr fragrant mmcriah) using absorption to a thin film of nc,nvolatiic liquid fL,,cd on a carrier, hcncc in a systcrn volatilc compounds which u.ually in a complcz charactcrize natural fragrancicc, in conccntrations su(fir_icnt for dacction in a GLC detector. Fra,:rant compounds from natural sourccs usually dificr con:iJcrabiy in their boilir.- roints and in their volalihtics. In a^rcc+ncnt s+';tit t!,c ihcar.•' t!:r
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., . • f ~ 50257 0345 . , DEPMTMENIT CF FOOD SCIENCE RAIEIGii 1980 _ o t~ Q~ nG 0 9-0 3 9 DISSERTATIONS--NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY AT RALEIGH/ PEANUTS/SENSORY EVALUATION/TASTE--TESTING/AROMA/IEKAYBR1CmIS FLAVORANTS--TASTE-TESTING/ RELATIOUSHIP OF CHEMICAL MIG ORGANOLEPTIC MEASUREM.EKTS OF RAiI AN0 ROASTED PEµINTS ejr ... CHIIITANA OUPADISSAlC00q ~ A thesis submittea to the Graduate Faculty of North Carolina State Universit)r at Raleigh in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Ooctor of Philosophy n1l
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50257 0341 i 770 44% RA • K* k r; • 4a: ~IJt~; CR= T-,53i~ 19754-: . ~ [J: Tcrment. Trchnol., Vol. 53, No. 1l, p. 770-779, 1975) ' ~!hc Rclationship ltctwcen the Ability to Reduce 2,3,5-Triphenyl T~c.trazolium Chloridc and ~~p,na Formation in Various Strains of Sake Yeast Takeo Koizumi, Masahartl"`Suzula; and \Ieiji Suzuki Dcpartmcnt of Fermentation, Tokyo University of Agriculture 1-1-1 Sakuragaoka,Sctagaya-ku, Tokyo Twenty-three strains of yeast were isolated from fcrmcntcd saki-mash in small scale trials at four sakb factories and our laboratory, of which 19 strains were recognized as sake yeast from their morphological and physiological properties. Those ycasts were classified into tlucc groups by 2,3,5-u•iphenyl tetrazolium chloride over lay method. \1'e obtained 6 red colony yeasts, 12 pink colony yeasts (5 reddish pink, 3 pink and 4 pinkdish white) and 1wl.ite colony yeast. The relations between the ability to reduce 2,3,5-triphenyl tetrazolium chloride and aroma forming property were as follows: (1) Alcohol formation in red colony yeasts was slightly greater than in pink colony yeasts. (2) There were wide differences in aroma producing ability between test yeasts. 1Vithout exception, red colony yeasts were considerably stronger than pink colony yeasts. The order was: red colony yeasts>reddish pink colony ycasts>pink colony . . yeasts>pinkdish white colony yeasts. (3) Pink colony yeasts had the strongest ability to produce organic acids, especially 0 t 0 0 0 0 0 9 6 3 5
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FLAVOR--eLiALYSIS/- • - - I N - -,f ~~ FLAiVgP;ANTS==SENS01tYEVALTJATION/ATtO*fA/TASTE--TEST Jour. Ind. Brew. 80(2)164-73(1974) 74 V C1 .'. • PROFILLMIC M,"'~'SIS AND TLAYOUI: DISCRIDiINUTION ~= -a " •~ ' ' ~ `' 1 ' ' ' ~ ~ N j : rcwi~t~ In atry ~areh ~irdatio~t~ .\ srt ield l~ .197R jJilsir.td 7?1S /tltsusC . ' The relative merits of profile tasting and difference tasting are discussed. a± Profile anafysis can reveal and characterize flavour differences that are not ~: revealed by difference tasting using the triangular or three-glass test, even ; though the same people carry out both types of test. A multiple con~pari;.on test is used'in conjunction %,vith profile an_alyais to reveal the size as t:ve1l as the •;iti ~ nature of perceived differences in flavour. This is e:ernplified by studies of .: the effect of adding increasing amounts of diacetyl to three different types of beere lt may be necessary to consider not just the presence oT individual flavour 1 C notes but also their duration and order of perception in order to explain the ef:ccts of flavour potentiators, such as guanosino 5'-monopho-phoric acid. 't '9i N 6 Key vrords: ale, arousa, flavour, lager, cannot detect any differences by instru- melhod. mental analyses, but a difference in flavour is revca.cd by a diffcrcncc tast e-:cLt. Thc ' INTR( wcTSON whole invc•stig.tion is rcncatcd.:•ith ti;e san!e . . - . . • . a I" I It 0 C~ ~ 0 9 " b. 2 ~
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__ -1~.. .....- ~. .. 50257 0339 ~~-~ . V` .,~ . y~ ^ ~S 249 - ? The Examina.lon of some F~uit Juicc Volatiles by Use of n the Flame-lonisation Detector Margaret E. 16teser and A. ?,Allard Juices Section, AGricultural Research Station, University of Bristol, Lung Ashton (England) The increasing volume of work puhlt.hed on vulatile fruit arumav has made it evident that these fractions include a wide rant;e of aliphatic cnmlx,unds uf rclatively low molecular weight (e. y;. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5). They include alcohols. aldi hydes, ketones, •aeids and esters derived frum them: many are common to the juices of different truttR,abut the relative amounts differ from one fruit to another. There arc, in addi- liua, uther components uften of higher mulecular weight more slxciCically assucialed with certain fruits such as vtrawtx•rry (6) or xmmc tfrapc varnclies (7, 8, 9). o t c~ 0 n' 0 0~6 .3 3 3
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50257 0340 Neuere Entwicktur.gen auf dem Gebiet der G eruclis- und Aromastoffe Von Erich Kiein• Aus den Forschungslaboratorien der Dragoco, HolzmPnden Es wird cine UGersicht gegeben u' er dBe sturr-.usche:c Fortschritte der Che .r-,ie der Ge- ruchs- und Aromaslolie in den letzten 10 Johren. Besondcre Ben:cns:ci:jgung tancerr da- bei die sehr tvichtigcn, crst in allerneucsler Zeit erziclten Ergebnisse cut dem Gebretc der heterocyclischen Aromastotfe. A review of the rapid progress of the chemistry of flavor and fragrance ma:erials during the lost tcn years is given. Particular consideration were taken oi the highly important results in the lieid ol heterocyclic tlavor-materials which have been achieved in very recent times. ` i. L•intcltung . gen Johrhunderts, die atherisctien rJie, Biuten- Lnd 0 1 t~ Q.n ~ a y 63 Q Gewurzextrakte sowie einige anirnalisuhe Absonde- . - . • .- -_1 rya.,rf. 7war inrt.
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50257 0346 ; _. .. 11 STUDY OF THE Af;;OMA-FORM1NG SUBSTANCES IN CtfAMPAGNEJ " f~ A. K..ROQOPULO. T. A. KORhfAKOVA. I. A. EGOROV !e7 ~ % Bakh Jruiitute of Biochemistry, USSR Academy of Sciences Samples of the Soviet bottle-fermented and bulk process champagne prepared' at d;~' ferent wineries as well as samples of the French champagne Reims and Aila were exam. ned by gas-liquid chromatography. The chan:parne quality depends on the quantitati1e• eontent of components of fusel oils; it is also closely associated with high boilers-cis• and trans•farnesene and esters Ethyl linoleate imparts a sunflower flavour to the cham- pagne. Volatile substances present in small quantities are responsible for the general fla- vour which enhances specific nuances. These investigations have shown that h~gh quality champagne contains substances located in the tail part of the gas chromatogram. The number and size of the tail peaks are greater, the better the champagne is. The Reims champagne displays the high:st number and size of the tail peaks as compared with othec O ehampagnes. . ~.~ .- y~ 6~7 0 0 0 0 0 9 6 4 0 3i- .~
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50257 0347 Die Na'srung x,o , 3 + 1976 I 2 81 -v86 I 50 11 it 41 Zentrp.linstitut fUr Ernahrung in Potsdam-RchbrGcke (Dircktor: Prof. Dr. H. F:wE:.>LL), FI AVORANTS--FOOD/• Forschuygszentrum for \Zolekularbiologie und Jfedizin, Akademie der Wissenschaften der DDR . FOOD--INGREDIENTS1Benierkungen zur Molmasse von Xromastoffen ad. Rorss und za. SPECxr t ./ TES ABOUT MOLECULAR z~IEIGIiTS OF ATtO.SA (.OMPOUNDS . 2 P Summary -7'' aI. RorHE and dI. SrscaT: -Notes about molecular weights of aroma compounds Classification of 2000 food aroma compounds as to their molecular weight sho.t^s an accumulation in the range of 135 to 155, and an upper limit of 310. Molecular masses of substances with high aroma effectiveness are belo.v :oo• As aroma compounds are composed only of the elements C, 11. O, N and S, even numbers of molecular masses predominate among these substances. A periodicity with , an interval of 7 units of molecular mass observed seems to be caused by the presence of completa- homoluguous series of compounds within the range of low molecular masses. ' Pcawrtc 176 I't.I Ro N ~ < O I AT. FOT^_ tt b1. 1lincsT: l1piltil`.4aiia)t OTiIOLIlTC:IL1t0 ~IG:1P1 )'JI!IJICUCQ nCCa :11)ONIBTOB Y.. AC StOTRC1Itt 2O~l~) 11~SCCT1;L!X p'11)O~1C1TOlt. CO;j?1)ii:1LLt{IXl'fi i2 a)UIYi'nidX l~ 1Ct'n•i~on.C+~ .,~. ...•~n ~.~. ..~. .. ~ . ........ ........... .. .---- - •- - - ... _ . . _ _
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0 0 79 III Os ` o~ro ar~ RO-%!A • SUBSTA.'JCES*. - * ;1- Ctcw~`li lM~flS1 ~~ ® Drs. J. P. Ostendorf') Viele organische Verbindungen kon- nen unterEinfluf3 des Luftsauerstoffs Veranderungen erleiden. Ole und Fette werden ranzig, Gummi und Kunststoff briichig, Farbstoffe verbleichen, und, Riech-_ und Geschmacksstoffe verlieren ihre spezifische organoleptische Quali- tat Der fiir diese Veranderun,~en Qntwbrtticle (,~'ro.~lf3 ~`Jst (.k~Ist^~ 7 Autoxydation bekannt. Urn einen (ihf+fhlirk iihor .i:.+ 94•.n....k....... ... , ~Z493:;~, Die Autoxydation wird also das H-Atom angreifen, das am wenigsten an das R (Substrat)-Molekul gebunden ist. Aus nebenstehender Tabelle ist ersichtlich, welche Konfigurationen den geringsten Widerstand gegen Autoxydation bieten. Am empfindtichsten sind also die orga- nischen Verbindungen mit einer pop- 143IbiqmcAber auch Aldehyde. Ather und Stoffe mit einc;m tertiiren Kohlen- etnff nnhrirnn nirht 71* r1nn 50257 0344 konnen leicht zerfatlen, beispielswei nach folgendem Schema: ROOH -y RO.+.OH RO.+RH --• R.+ROH .OH+RH --• R.+H20 Neben diesem Kettenreaktions-N chanismus finden wir hier also eine j Schneeballsystem vor. Aus den Pi oxyden bilden sich wieder R. Radika die jedes fur sich wiederum eine K• tenreaktion verursachen konnen. 1st die Reaktion erst efnmat richtig Gange, dann nimmt die Reaktionst schleunigung zu. In der Praxis ist die Eigenschatt deutlich wahrzunehmt Nach einem zogemden Antang, der duktionsperiode, tritt mehr oder we ger plotzlich eine Reaktionsbeschleu, gung auf. Glucklicherweise sorgt ( , Natur fiir eine naturliche Bremse. Ra; kale konnen namlich miteinander ru gieren und wieder neutrale Motel. - .,._........., r
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~ INDUSTRIES 7 'g .B.E. THE B~ITISH FOOD MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES ~. " RESEARCH ASSOCIATION SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SURVEYS ~ Number 61 December, 1969 A Survey of the Chemistry of Amino Acid- Reducing Reducing Sugar Reactions in Relation to Aroma Production T. F. Stewart, A.R.LC. .o 0 CONTENTS . .. .. .. .. .. .. Page • iNTRODUCTION .. . 3 _ 0 a~_9 _._~,~ _q . _9.. _
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j ~ e+ l .. ~ ti f~.L Ilk. -`' ' ' --- -- $0257 0343 , ............. ........ . ...... ............ . •... •tr'ry~ra. a.: t.rtncL..•I:en,cLal1a•n .~u NY1r/teY1/1/cLrUGa'p ., ... t6J • • on der Re; nulda•Zah7 ner Heuheit in Abhan$i$keit ~ IOrmera. ifN'3i li (IAG6) Xr.3, S. I06;d. , . . -- - _ - 1. EL + . ~ FLAVOIRANTS--SENSORY EVALUATION/ i 76 V No I' f4./, 7 6 Despite a tremendous amou;it of The flavor of a food is a function of t the taste and mouthfeel as well as its j reseaich in tne field of olfaction, the A aroma. However, with th: possible mechanism by which we detect the ,~ exception of products such as sweet odoran. is poorly ttndcrstood. The ,~~ ~ ~- syrups, sour dill pickles or salted mechanism by w•hich a component or !"d~~~®~~i~ ~l~ pretzels, the aroma of a food is the mixture of componen!st elicits a / most important and distinctive specific response-fresh,y baked ~Aroma 'aspect of its flavor. bread, barbecued steak, a rose, a ~ Odor is perceived when volatile skunk-is still a mystery. As components come into contact with summarized by FIt~rr~stein and Ann C. Noble the olfactory region in the upper Terani,hi (1), many eler,ant theories Univ. of California nasal passages. The sensitive area, of olfaction have been prc/posid. The Davis, CA which is hca: tiiy pigmented, is !ca temptation to postulate basic odor than 2.5 cm2. In response to the odor qualities similar to the :i>ur basic. :)latile stimulus, a drop in the potential of taste qualities has led many h•tucal the receptor cell is produce:3 ~+ftich researchers to look for chemical or by tilc )erlp ^ herally trlZ•'.='r1 the nerve CcPYri9htv"197GAmerlcanA::soriation M Cereal The ~ impulse which is sent to the cort~:x. Chemi;ts. Inc.. 3340 Pilot Kr•.w Road. St. Yaul, od is •.,,,,...,,., ...,. . MN 55121. All rtghts reserved. tt C r e y l " o l) 0
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~~• _. , 50257 0348 7.. Lcbensm. Unt.crs.-Tormch. 153, :1;1-3G0 (IU75) y.. 1crbnul~'m, 1 unc icn 70 ~~~~ l. D I' ~ S ,~ 10ber die Biosynthcse von Arolnasto(1'cii durch Miklfro,organismen , , I. Bildung von N-Acetyl-aminen durch Sacchuromyces cererisiae* Peter Schreier, h'ricdrich Drawert und Albreclit Junker Institut fur Lcbensmittcltecluiologic uncl .lnalytischc Chemic der TU Zlunchen. l.chrstuhl fiir • Chemisch-technische Analyse und chemischc l.cbcnsmittcltcchnologic, Preisin.-lveihcnstcphan • (BRD) Eingegangcn am 29. Januar 1975 he Biosynthesis of ,~-oma Compounds by \licrooraanisms I. Formation of _V-Acet}'1-amines by Suecharomyces cercrisiae Sumtnary. Only primary amines were transformcd to sccondary acetamides by Saccharon:yces eeraisiae in anaerobic model fermentations. Secondary amines and t-cunino acids don't form N-acetyl-amincs. Maximal rates of acetylation were obtsined with 2- and 3-methvl-butylaminc as acceptors of the postulatcd aminacetylam-rcaction. The rate of acctylation of 2-phenylethylamine , amounted to 12%; u-hcptyl- and n-octvlauninc.vere transformed only in traces. At the example of 2-methyl-butylamine the kinetics of the reaction and the influence of the pll-value, of different N-sources and different concentrations of _.4-dinitrophenol on the rate of acetylation have been - examined. The identification and the determination of the inicrobiologically formed volatile compounds have been realiscd by means of the gasclu•omato.graphy, concerning the qualitative • exporiments under mass-spcctrometrical control. l ~ 1 ~ 0 f1 0 Q~~ 4:Z
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50257 0353 , ; Complex Nature of Coffee :!?Nronia:L • ~'•...-..1 M. L. SItANKARANAMAYANA, B. IZA03LAVAN, K. 0. ABRA}iALt ANII C. P. IZATAFA)AN" Iatrodcction COFFC•.I; has been one of the most popular bevcrages throughout the world for many ccn- ttuics.. It is used both for stimulating and refresh• ing pnrposcs. The chief rrason for its high a+ecep- tability is duo to the characteristic flavor present in the bevcrage prepared from roast and ground eoriee. The crern rnPl'... .t.,.. .,.,. .,...._.. . _.. and can differentiate good coffee from bad one, yet we cannot adcquatciy express, dcGn" or explain our taste and arncll scnsations. Tlte pcrception of flavor is a complex phenomenon involvir..~ olfactory, gnstatory and tactual sensations, mouth feel and temperature. The olfactory component deals with thc srnell (odor, aroma) ::•hcrcas the gustatory and tactual components are concerned with the taste, 0 1 n 0 n G 09 6 4 7
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50257 0342 APPARATUS FOR THE CONTINOOUS EXTRACTION OFrAROMAJC0MP0UNDS USING LIQUID GAS. 80 III Ko Id.-wr.... -T.dr.a.- 11. av-w111yMq - Apparatur zur kontinuierlichen Extraktion von Aromastoffen mit verflussigten Gasen °. O -~ U YYrD. AuUcr • ~~~~ / )jV-';-'_ • t Bundcsfarschl,Lqsamt•dt iir [=rn5hrung In.t' ut fur Lebrn<mittekhcni • o~L ~) ! l>-7Sp11 Katl.ruil< l l(~~'cst{;rtn+:u+v) ~ , j , !' ~ : . (Eingtgang # r 2S.luli 1979; Angcn ~ runen 18. Augrrsr 1974 • ln•t b17tj '~ Et w'ird tint Apparatur beschritben• diets enniiglicht; lnlur/tsstoffe trus w•assrigen Losungen mit Flilft von verJliis.%igten Gasen zu extrahierrn. Yorarnut;ung ist, duu das verfliissiqte Gas in 11'asser rnrliislirh Euaud einr nitdrigcre Dicluc uls dicses besira. tilit der bescloiclx•nen Appartuur kiinn.•n hri Zirmncrttntptruturrn praktiuh li;jiangsrninelfrric t.ttraktc erltuhen werdrn. Als Bei- s(~~iel u itc/ dic Extru[tion t uu 4 Tcstsuhuwtren aus w ossri~~er [ iiarutg neit 1,1-Di/hrwurlurn II: P- I 1,7 °C)bcschriebtn 1\'f Apparatuc for the cmttinuous e%traction of aroma rnmpoundt asing liryuid xas An apparatus ic dcu•rilh•d ulluw•iug cionuiturnt. tu la• rrtructcd frarn ayuruus ud i.ucs bv rnruns uf liqnrficd Sav. /t is nccessary, however, that the liquid gu+ is in.whddc in NWer and that its density is lu„•cr rluur th.• drrccitt• of (lie aqueous snlution. Using tlu apparatus describerl practically snkrnt-frte extraexs caa he obtained at rotHn rrnrprruurre. The extraction of 4 test substances Jrwrt an ayueora solution using 1,l,difluorrxllurn (B1`- 24.7C) is dcscrib.til.s uir exarnple. ~ ~ ~ p n .t'j 0 9 6 3 6
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50257 0349 J6 I rot , ' Ctiem. MikrobioLTcchgol. Lebenxm.3, t54--160 (1n7~$ Gaschromatograpni5cn-massenspektromctrischc Untersuchung fliichtiger Inhaltsstoffe des Weines V Mitt il I ~r,~,~, P. SCHRE(ER und F. DRAWERT lnstitut fur Chemisch-technisdie Analyse und chemische Lebensmittellechnologie . c ung JG ~ uG Alkohole, Hydroxy-Ester, Lactone und andere polare -.3 Komponenten des Weinaromas* der TU Mundien, Freising-Weihenstephan (Eingcgangcn am t. 3. 19741 GLC-Mass-Spectrometrical Jnvestigation of volatile constituents of w•ine V. Alcohols, hydroxy-esters, lactones and other polar compounds of wine-flavour Summary, '&.9ma compounds obtained t; liquid-liquid eatrectwn of wines of the varieties Riesling. liulander• Trominer and Scheurebe have been fractioned on silicagel by means of the column-chromatography. After separation of the nonpolar compounds by pentane 84 aroma substances have been separated and identified by means of the combination gaschromatorraphy-mass-spectromotry in the polar fractions of the pentane- ether-, ether- and methanol-elutions. Among these components we found 33 alcohols, 16 polar esters. 6 lactones. 6 secondary amides. 0 volatile phenolic compounds and 7 constituents of furanoic or pyranuic structure. Moreover the sulphur containing compounds have been identified by means of an attached flame photometric detector. Regarding to the flavour of various wines the specifities of the varieties are essentially determined by quantitattve differences of the aroma comp,.unds. Those aroma substances descending from the grapes• particularly the terpen-alcohols and the furanoic and pyranoic derivates are very important. The mass spectro- metrical data of 25 aroma compounds• identified for Ine first time in wines are reported. G 0- 9 a? 4 3
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50257 0351 ~~ i1 4cy nROMa/ '~ -- ). Schreier, F. Drawert und A. Junker ft ~i _ .. ~ -1i~ch~~ge Schwe~e~ver~~~d~z~ae~~t~e~ver~~~d~z~ae~~ des Bleraromas/ ~ Schreier. P.. Drawert. F., and Junker, A: Volatile sulphuric compounds of beer flavour-. - Brauwissenschaft 27. Nr. 8. 205-207, ] 974 • „ $C 3G1 Sulphur, sulphuric compciunds • Subsi-quent to the extractive enrichntent`of'tieer the follow= ing compounds were found for the first time in beer and ldeniified by gas chromatography using a flame color detector for sulphur response: 3-(methylthio)-propionic r.cid, 3-(methy)thio)-Prop'sonic acid ethyl ester, 3-(methylthio)- propanal (methionah, 3-(methylthio)-1-propanol (methionol), acetic- acid-3-(niethylrhio)-prupyl ester nnd 2-methyl-tetra- hydrothiophene-3-one. Except for methional the identity of the other sulphuric compounds wus confirmed by mass spectronietry. The identified sulphur contuining compounds represent genuine aroma substances and constitute the main part of the.volatile S-containicig compounds in beer. 0 1 0 0 0 a 0 9. 6 4 51
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75 III Sc . . ntcra.-Fort ch. ]:i i 93--~J9 {1974) t) by J. F. I3crgruann; ~IunXcn .• 50257 03.50. . Kurze Orirginalmitteiluneen , Zdcntif zierun ; von 3,7-Dimcthyl-.1-,5,7-octatricn-3-ol als fliichtii;c Ko]nponcntc des Trauben- und Weinaroinas Peter Schrcicr, Friedrich Drawcrt und Albreci:t Junker* Institut fur Chemisch-tcchnische Analy se und chemische Lcben9mittcltcchnoloaie . der TU 3lunchen, Freising-Weihenstephan (BRD) Eingegangen am 27. Januar 1974 Identification of 3,7-Dimcthy1-1,5,7-octat,i-icn~„3-o1 as a Volatile Component of the Grapc= anJ'~~'ine _roma- / Srmnrnry. Another monoterpen alcohol, 3.7-Dimethyl-],5,7-octatrien-3-ol (Ho-tricnol) ius 2 a ~/ ssun In Aroma xt aht n aus 1Peintraubcn und ~Fcinen der Sorten ?icslin mn e n c r c bec.n identified by iueans of the combination saschromatoorapLy-mass-spectrornetry in aroma estracts obtaincd from grapes and wincs of the carictics Itiesling, 2'rainincr, Rulwuicr, Jiuller- 19lurgau, Schcurcbl, Op:i,na and !?ies:aner. The concentration of the aroma componcnL dcpends on the varieties. Aromatic varieties show the hioliest valuea r r . g. 7. Trominer, I:utundcr, lSluller-3'durqau, Schturebt, Op:ima und I:ieslnn!r.rurde ein neiterer Terpen- 7-Dimr 7-ocLltricn-3-ol (Ho- tiwl-] s S metrisch als 3 5 n t )l~is ktr lk h l •h L - l , . , gasc rnr onr -masscn ,x a o a c o o trienol) idcntifiziert. Die VerbinJun~ lieot sortenabh:in~i- in unterschiedlicher honxcntration vor, wobei in aromabetonten Sorten die huchstrn Gchalte gcfunden wurden. 0 1 Cs0 (1 cj o9 0' 4 4
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xX Me, ~ 6- 71" S..~ • The Detection and Char~acter3sation of Trace.d~.&ompounds In Foods and Beverages Q9=3P By O. G. Tucxxorr (Cider and Fruil Juices Secfion, Long Ashloxi Research Slalion, Ilrislol, BS18 9A.F) Tar_ detection and identification of trace aroma compounds, particularly those responsible for the characteristic flavour of specific foodstuffs or for taints, is becoming increasingly important in the food and beverage industry. Unfortunately, although advances in analytical techniques have permitted the isolation and identification of many flavour compounds, the human olfactory systenl is capable of detecting some odours at levels far below present instru- mental detection limits. The approximate threshold levels for some compounds are given in Table I, these values depending to son.e extent on the medium in which they are determined. TABLE I THRESHOLII LEVELS Approximate Compound tbreshotd, p.p.m. Ethanol 600 ~1 tl 0 t} 0 0 9 6 G 2
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50257.0356 , - CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAW.E LR796 p 72_7rr 81 III Stl GARTENBAUrISSENSCHA ~~ - ' Vereinfachte Methode zur schnellen gaschromato- graphischen Bestimmung von fluchtigen, Aromastoffen j; A Simplified Method for.Rapid Gaschromatographic Determination o r-- roma Volatiles ~ 0 If81) J•.'Streif (Versuchsstation fur Intensivkulturen und Agrarokoiogie der UnivArsitat Hohenheim, Ravensburg-Bavendorf) ~ i - t , _ .. . .. .. _ Einleitung Fur die Beurteilung des Geschmadcs und der inneren Qualitat von Friidlten hat neben sensorischen Tests und der Bestimmung von Zuckern und Sauren die Unter- sudlul~g vop Ar,Q~ofFet~zut~hm~qde B~edet~cung..BeP sondehl utt~ gexl)tmak~lid~iei VdrYnd6~ing~ dE~ Fr~lt infolge versdhiedener Behandlungs- und Lagerungsver- kohle, Porapak Q, Tenax'). .A1lerdings entstchcn bei Verwendung dieser Methode oft Schwierigkeiten durdl das Anfallen grofierer Mengen von Wasser oder es sind langere Adsorptionszeiten erforderlich z. T. uber mehrere Tage (z. B. STRACKENBROCK 1961, JAKOB et al. 1969, PAILLARD et al. 1970, TRESSEL und JENNINGS 1972, SHATAT et al. 1978). Eine kurzfristige Anderung in der - A -- ~ --R' . . . . I I • • . .
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.• - 'AROMATCHE~IISTr?Y;' AhALYTIC--QUANII'ATIVE/ 50257 0357 '; • -'---------• CH&OEIATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/ 73 III To Western Util. Res. Dev. Div. USDA, Albany, Calif., Symp. Foods 4th Oregon State Univ. 1965(Pub.1967) 161-81. Roy Teranishi, R E. tundin, and J. R Schcrcr ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES HELPFUL TO AROMA CHEMISTS. 1ATRODCCrlON Aroma resc*ardr requires teamwork lt requires a group cor,si%tino of chemical criairieers to co:rcentrate large quantities of raw m:rtc:rial to cs- senccs and "absolutc" oils, oroanic chemists ( a c l1 vc rscd in micro, anah ti- cal, and natural products chemistry) to separate and purify the constitu- ents of the csscnccs and oils, and ph?-sical chemists to obtain and study the physical proiocrtics of the minute quantities of the pure rnatrrial iso- lated: Furthermore, after the chemical structure is established, thcrn the orgaaolcptic proj crtics of the co:npound must be determined. In every phase of such research, analyses are estrcmcIy unportant. ~ 0 i c~ o c~ c o 9 b 5 1
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- r. .-.. _ ~.. . _ ~ ~ 50257 0354 AROMA/COFFEE/GASES--ABSORPTION/ ; 81 111 Sh2 co(f cotoo Thl, vd. xxv. no 2, owrit-juin 1981 ccovcr of thc aroma of concc during roasting. I Trapping of cmittcJ ascs by condcn~a- -9 _ tion anJ absurption,, ~ RECUPERATION DE L'AROME DE CAFE ;, EN COURS DE TORREFACTtON 'H. K- SHIN••, J. CROUZET••• r Centre de g6oie et teclwoloeie atimentaires Labo ntoire bo ntoire de biochlmie applW"e. UST[. ; 1. Piegeage~ ~ des. emi~ ssions gazeuses 1 par condensation et absorption * . f- ,0 ._ , ~ ~ Les bmissions gazeuses produites au cours de la . Risurnt de I& t}~w de docteur-ingEnieur en sciences ali- ~n torrbfaction du cafE peuvent Ftre classees scion mentaires pr&AtEe par H. K. Shin ii t'USTL, Montpellier, le Sivetz et Foote (1) en trois catEgories : particules ~' solides, atrosols de matitres grasses et composEs fjt ` volatils. ~ Les particules solides proviennent des dEbris de ~; pellicules, leur tailie moyenne est de 3,2 mm, mais ; 5'/, ont un diamttre inferieur A 20 µ, Icur concen- ; tratioa est de 4,58 g/m' (2). T .. 5 novembre 1979 ; la seconde partie de cc rfsumE, traitant de 1'.c tlimination des matibres grasses », ltra dans CalE Cacao Thi, n• 3, 1981. 1f' , IM, •• Adresse actuell : Labemtery~IE22d/T~echnol gy, gy Sfou Ir, C•ere~r- Kl~tus.-ef npeswd Techno , ~,oa:1 #/51 k . ~ ' ~3• •• A qut sera adressbe toute correspondance : placa E. Bataillon. 34060 Montpellier Cbdex. IT~-1~.-__ 1I ~ I/_ y V 5 0 1 ~ Q n 0 09 6 d 8
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~ ~ -TOBACCO--r~LAvux ti,l.. .,......~ ~lIE4i.IGANS/HYDaOXY,CINNAMIC' ACIDS AND RYfJKOSY;:BENZ 4C ACIDS IN PLANTS/ PLANTS-fACIDS/4-YLIDENE~UTENOLIDSS AND 4-YLID~T,TETRONIC ACIDS/COUMARINS PLANTS--CONSTITUTENTS/TERPENES/•AROMA-COMPOUPIDS'`/FLAVOYtANTS--CHEMISTRY//- QD 245 Fo 1978 I FORTSCHRITTE DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER NATURSTOFFE PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS BEGRt7NDET VON • FOUNDED BY L. ZECHMEISTER HERAUSGEGEBEN VON • EDITED BY W. HERZ H. GRISEBACH G. W. KIRBY ~ VOL. 35 . ' ' 1978 ~ 0 WI6NCI 4RjeNSGl~R-VERLAG • NEW YORK 0
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50257 0359 %. 1.cLcnrm. tJntcrg.•Fcrr~ch. lfiri, :NMI-:107 (Ifl7d)_ rgmnttn, . lunchcn 111T4-~- 1ry,11,r.F4 --*7r s.P. Ncu cnt(lccktc Stickstoffllctcrocycicn inl Kafl'cc-Aroma Otto Gcorg Vitzt-hum u. Peter \Vcrkhoff* 11'irwc•nachaftliclro Abulilung der IrAU Akticn{{c•nc•IlRClraft•. ]irnmcn (IIKf)) l:inl;cganRon am C. llai 1074 .It".t.l.cxyctcs itt Collce4&W"fff0~-.. \`ewly 1)i,wvcrtxl \itrohen-(%ottttiitting I e[:ti" !'"iM Sururrrnr~y. titcnnt volatilc•x of ronr.tccl cnfTcc were ra•l.arntcd in bnvic anrl ncutrnl comlK)[1cntx a(tcr cnric•htncnt• on 1'orapnk Q nncl annlyzccl by thc combinntion of y;ln:w cnlriilary l;aH r•hromato- };rapltymawx xi>,•c•tromctry. Forty-thrco hctcroc}•clic coniixnmcly were ncwly iclc•ntifircl in the basic coflia fr,u•tion. Thiazolc wna rlc:eclcd nnci identi;iccl at. a eoaCentrat.ion•lcvcl of approx. 0.1 ppb. l:vcn though the total number of vo!ntilo compounds reported nq prcvc!nt in ros+tccl cofftc is now 4G;i. there is strong evidcnce. that the nubstnncca irlcntificd represent only part of the actull number of cot'icc•componcnta. Pos.gible pathways for tha formation of nikyl• and acyloxnzolci are discussed. Q ~o o n f; 0 9' 6 9 3 ..
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~_ '50257 0352 I ! I •. .a_._•;.. r S!~!~fiF)~SZS, nRGANIC/kYUJru.J,~; .~-ZF~VUXI•'". • . . ..~ • SY2Tli~ETIC COhQERSIO:~ 0F THE 20NONE SERIES'TQ.'.TSE DAMASCO. SF.c~.IES : By: K. H. Schu.Ite-EZte, B. L. Mueller, and G. Ohloff.". = Se3n. Cl-,im. Acta 56 (No. 1) 310-320 (1973) .2 1:~SSx1i~LiSche-~lberganae ron der Joaon- in die Damasconreihe .. von X, R, Scl;ulte-Elte, II. L, tiiuller und Gurzter OhYotf 0 . . " foCc+:.eA by trtaiineni svith aeid: .tesoru !1), ho.cercr, is formed frotit the epoxides oCp-ionor.e isoxazoie,(1•1} b}••lii.ck rcdaction The urusuz.l i..haviour :owards mcta: ii}•drides of titc ct•oton.t gro•ap'ia the'damssr.ones and dan):scenones s described. M.._.... .~..__ , q .5 _ 16. ' Fu•.xtnuh 6. Crt. Forschur.cslaboratorium. Genf ' , p ~nr~ a.y: epar.~ t u es e ~_ . _ e 4 and 9) and i3-damascenone to the ~somcnc damascones (2 .r r v l .o t ro t • ` '" • S a,(1) scar:ing from the readily acces•^.ible sonone isnxazoles [11) a.-e described. y-Daasascone (9) was -w.:=:. preFued from 10 fo!Iox.inR tae B:icki-ticd..ar transforriation i22i, while z- and a-datnzscone ' , ;..~ i.•' - (4 and 21 a.crc-obta:nrd aa the r: d nroductsof Che reactior. seaucncc:13-amiaodtrtasconcs fLtj--. B-kctodibydmJzrsaseones •(2f1 and ~I)-•N-h}droxydih}•drodainnsconcs (24 and 25): jd-Da:nas-
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50257 0362, i .~ . XX P1eF-D-'.~C-7,f L~~nrm: VJi:.. u. 7tcbnol./vol. G(f9:3J No. 3)~'~L• ~~ ~ y~ ~ GQunilla Karlsson-Ekstrom and~Eorir Sydow Swcdish Inst~we for Food Preservation Resoaulr (SIK), S-400 21 Cotcborg 16j~Swedeny (Received Novemb~~ 13, 1972, lwt 177) Sensory data from odour quality assessment analysis have been correlated wilh instnrmental dcta jrom,^as chromotogra- plric analysis oj' 1hc aroma oJ unlreated and~heated hla c.l currar.ts t~ing a psychophysical and stvtistica! approach involrrng contputer techniques. Y'nL Sensary changes 2J t~l ~ aromv of hlack currants tal:ing place on Jieating can be wel! correlated with 1?8 decrease e~terpene hydrocarbons and 61tc~ increase irjdimetlryl sulPe and aliplcaric aldehydes. C:5e c F'jT-t; (1ri121 _l~-. 272 QA par4 -1 -.J. A5 _._~,. _1~3 t~l_!51 ~„},~rhttas-furiher_devclo.ucrl_fo,t.blacfi_eurr.l-n s~.. . The. Arormaf -fflack~.Curr u;-fts,, ~ C VL~Correiations- between-Instrumertal and Se,-11sory L ata r so.3 , r-~ra~rr-~I~~~eated ar.d HeatCd Black Currants i3 S~ Q Q Q ~~ 5~ b
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50257 0374 i *:icro€ilm Ax0.tAKA~:~±~~~~~~:Qr'~~~'~$QY~SAttCF±tif i 181 ~ i , ~ Ye~:o_su<ca, ~ ~ l FLA%'Ot. OP SAPA";:.SE Sdy SAIIOE ~ ~ 7 ~ 1 0 1 o 0n 0 0 1 6 6 6
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50257 0360 76 III Du Fruita - vol. 30, n•12, 1975 ' & W_ ,17 L'areme de, In Tannane. A deux rcprises successives, en avril 1970 et juillet 1971, dans cette revue, nous avons tente de faire Ie point sur les travaux ayant pour objet I'etude de Ia composition des arbmes de la banane (notre article de 1970 n'a ete publie dans une revue italienne qu'en 1972, c'est-a-dire bien tard). En effet, pendant Iongtemps peu de chercheurs se sont intdresses a ce fruit, car I'odeur de banane, ou I'arome-bana- ne, pouvaient etre produits par des melanges artificiels a peu de frais, rendant moins urgente Ia connaissance scienti- fique de la composition des matieres volatiles naturelles. Ce n'est quc tout recemment, a partir des annees 60, que 1'on sait que 1'arome naturel est bien different des mclanges classiques du comrnc. :a, et surtout a partir des anllces 70 que les consommateurs, constatant Ia difference, disent leur preference pour les extraits naturels non renforces artificiellement. Bien entendu, il y a une part d'exagcration dans cette exigence du produit naturel : je pense avoir deja montrd que Ie mot unaturel• dcvrait etre proscrit, tout au moins pQ ur tFs fr}{rts 5l~ !tive,~ (c'r~st d' Itleuj~ Ia Dositign du SerWce d1' la iF2epr~~sionl jdes(grau~s e?~i Fra~&e) .Lrt 4 32 % I ~ P. aUPAYGNE Pour eviter la confusion, au lieu de citer ces articles par ordre alphabetique suivant le nom du premier auteur, ou par ordie chronologique de publication, nous allons les examiner par equipe de chercheurs. Commensons donc par les travaux franSais, peu nom- breux, rnais qui nous apportent cependant des conclusions interessantes. Le laboratoire de Physiologie des Organes vegetaux apres recolte, qui se trouve voisin de la Station experimenta- le du Froid a Mcudon est bien connu de nos lecteurs car ses eherchcurs ont publie souvent des articles sur Ia physiologic et Ia maturation des fruits dans notre revue. Apres avoir etudic surtout fes fruits a pepins des zone, tempcrees et entrepris des travaux qui font autorite dans le monde, sous la direction du Professeu. ULRICH, il s'est interesse aussi aux bananes et a Ieur maturation naturelle ou controlee. Nous avions deja cite en 1971 Ie norn de Nicole PAIL- LARD, appartenant a ce laboratoire et a celui de Physioio- gie vegetale appiiquce de I'Universite de Paris VI, qui avait -... -.. .......• .. ... C rl=Tr1111 IC .H /1 NAATTCI le•
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~kl...•-_ 50257 0367 S 3 2 (1) No. 10 (1978) • 25 hi Vol kk i k hi K G Sh i 78 III Py-78 -rA~oina comFoneatis: o. eat~e iquid~ , a . ogyo a s o u n ppon N I-P . HIROSHI ITO# and MITSUO DEKI** I content of 5-hydro.yn:°thylfurfural. Consequently, with the purpose to produce acceptable liquid sugar, the heat treatment should be stopped when maltol compounds content is reached above 10p;*m, and relative content of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural is reached maximum Icvel. (Received Dcc. 23. 1977) ~. ; I ~ odor, and bitter taste. The above off-flavor compound increased remarkably along the reduction • i ~vylc.tL Aroma components of 501; inverted liquid sugar heated at 120'C for 10 minutes was compared with those heated for 30 minutes at same temperature by GC-b1S. The former aroria consisted of a small mumber of compounds including isomaltol and maltol which gave better flavor than the latter. The latter flavor consisted of many compounds related to burning and stimulating a 1 tK', iCisl"'C' it'i~~o~)1n~k~1~9'rl"l~)s~p4 ~n ~fr iCf;'br#eitiCX~tTrh~)lt~'ff;«lYo(7tz 120'C. 120 *~:. 10 ;C{1tA~"tt,~:,!l.'_ 0 1 t~ 0 ~ 0 t} 9 b b 1 L, 1'- b% v--X1I1T 120C;c 10 SjGilblli -' Ltz& fl l; ' <, 5.3kg 0XI}cci.M. i) av ris, 200g 120'( 30 3501' Q)4 v P 4 I''iiillltil
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50257 0375 TP 370 Sc2 ma, J. L''t`C IN L.r',:iG !\S:3L TT.~,.M ST_rits:,cas in :'cadetuffa), •-- :,~ M1,G7 283 PzgzAs iTarstsz-7: rlag Svf.tzexland ~ 0 0 0 ~1 3~~ y
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. Ilkl- ..-- 0 50257 0377. FLAVORANTS--F()OD/ ; . 7R y y CANNED RCATIONSHIPS•aFs(ROYA'tOMPOUNDS.TO RUIT FLAVOR AMON'SEVERAL PEAR CULTIVARS H. A. i~amme P. B. Marriage Research Station Agriculture Canada Harrow, Ontario Canada HOR 1G0 1 I 4 a: ~ooc~ . ± Abstract Relationsh~s of aroma compasndstocanned fruit flav_or among sev-eral ea r culti~•ar~s. ~----- -cor,pared to aroma (smell) in panels Tlavr (taste) was- conducted on canned fruit harvested from cultivars In the Harrow pear collection (39)in 1972, 27 in 1973 and 1974 each). Close correl- ations were found between aroma ard flavor (1972, r - .66; 1973, r~ .78 and 1974, r- .80) indicating the icportance of volatile aromatics to pear flavor. Bartlett, its sports and HW-602 all had outstanding flavor and arora. Ttese cuitivars and possibly laxton's Progress had a similar aroma that ras different from other cultivars. All cultivars with Bartlett type arcma had higher total levels of decadienoate esters than other cultivars, with the exception of Surecrop, as measured by Jenning's spectrometric method. The moiety of decadienoate esters was further separated and measured by hi hsPeed l,iqui~chro,~atography. Eight to nine esters appeared to be pq~ser~ ontjhe ~romatograr•s of extracts from Bartlett flavor-types and Surecrop. On the basis of the chromatograms, Bartlett appeared to have the same corrplement of esters in relatively the same amounts. . t...n..n.. &.aA aw .1+n.nA .n.....n..~nw• s..A Aii+n.~nw. .n1.4:..n s+n..w+. nf 1 ~'~J
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llkl•_ti'-- ~-------------~ Vitis 17, 274 :-;:2U; (1a'its) 50257 0368 / " ' TJ~c Australiar5 WInS itcsean9+ lnstttutq, Clcn Osmo 4 South Austra~tia e! 1 p+ . ~ l O '" / . . .- _ . ` i ~ XX Me E6- ~ 79 ~~ S.P. ~Aro nI a az~p~~l~d3agrgesa . :~(1ZF2"lAXl~tiOR;'"-"~` Y- 7 7 ~~ M XX ~, ~,.r+,r.lc_ R. F. Siu.so.r t,!•7 y ry Veranderungen des Aromas und d4r stofflichen Zusammensetzung von Wcin durcit Oxidation. Lagcrung und Alterung Introduction ; It is generally accepted that exposure to air is harmful to the aroma and taste (if ; white table wine (Swt.ii um.'and F...u• l!)G9, p. 191). Loss of discernible fruit varic•tal bouquet occurs and excessive oxygen uptake leads to maderization. whereby culour is unfa.•ourably affected (i.e. brownin.- occurs) and cloudiness may develop (C..xi.- Mrui 19G7). Oxidation favours the production of aldehydes and esters 19G7. B..no and Qvuno. C.uus...c:u 1977). which, by their low flavour thresholds, arc able to affect, aroma even at low concentrations in the wine. ~ • Certain white table wines benefit from long-tc•rm cellar storage (2-7 yrar.) In the bottle whcre conditions are cc.entially anaerobic: during this timc the winr. ~ develop deeper colour and richer bouquet (Si.c:A.ro. 1976). Various "quick-abeint;' . 0 1 tl 0 n r 09 o_0#.2
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50257 0376 + \i ; : h ' AROMA°-OF -FDUE-CURED-TQS?,CrO"''°",S=SC3^Y"T::ST-H:G i FOR-DZSi Ri~$ZAIpTZON OF E'ARYEETYES :': J"..ilt.~... ..'~:. D C' 0 ::?I : tL : 0 S t~ a rs, %-j a :0' 7 0
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50257 0372 b lL ~ ~ t~ Itundo>torv.hunl.anaalt fUr ltcbcnzUchtunL CelhvcUcrhot /~~ ; t ) r /~ i Gaschromatographisclle Ulltersudlungen iiUer die Aroma- / i Stoffe von Welnbeeren 3Z9 [• 1 ~ vili+ 1s. (197ti) s••- , , I. Anreicherung und lcapillarchromatographische ~ 1{ Auftrennung 1 /1/ A. RwPr, H. Iinsnuc:n und L. E.cu. .~ t A. Gas chromatographic investigations on the hroma constituents of'grape berries ~. ;..~ • (I? Couccttlratiun and separation by capillary glass columns / S u m m a r y. -' Using long capillary glass columns (approx. 70 m) makes it pos- sible to separate aroma concentrates from grapeberrics into up to 300 peaks during 2 to 3 hs. The destruction of the cells involves enzymatic-oxidative and enzymatic- hydrolytic proce•sses, whereby some components are decomposed (fruit esters) and others newly built up. To determine the initially present aroma components of grapeberries, the enzymes must be inactivated (by homogenizing the grapeberries with 6:i•:o methanol). The aroma components obtaincd in this way are concentrated with Freon 11 (boiling point 23,8 OC) from the water-methanol solution under moderate conditions. Suppression of the enzymatic processes during the destruction of the cells, optimum concentration and good separation of the aroma concentrate including some hundred components are essential for detecting variety-specific compour.ds. Einicitung .._ ~ ....._ ..-L.~:.1:..~..... Rn.-io....,..n (
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.., sri....a ~.e,..ti n. i n....r r:.a c....,n. v.s~: ~.e... ..r u.n st....rw y o+. . ~..:.y e......... r.;..ct... " `-' --- 50257 0361 t.....~ .wt...._i'..:..d./.«t. ita tYy.. s . AX - I X.k~i..ci ._.~ o~fwf-l~aA flreasurzd by.-Odour:Quality-wl ~ ~.~~ss~raer~i zticues ;P." Tsilc von Sydow .nd Guniaa Karlsson Swedish Institute for Food Preservation Rcscarch (SI K), S-400 21 G6tcborg 16 (Swcdcn) (Rcccivcd Jur.c 22. 1971, Iwt 99) , ....,~ - The sensory propcnic•s of hcatcd arJ unl:catccl bL:ck currants h.7rc been investigated in two ways. By o dircct :ensory cvaluation of the bcrric•s• tnrluatcd atd hcatcd vt dilfcrcat tin:c•!c:npYraturC colLlitiorts usirs ar. odo:rr qusii!y uucssmcnt lcchrtiyuc and on c;,aG:ariort of intcrrsi _v c:ud quclity of lhe gcs,ci:ron:at•7grapltic ck:ctcs jrotn nrns ojhccd ;orcc urrcplcs of low-tcnqvratcu•c distil.'atc•s jront urthcatcd arrl stror{ply hcatcd bcrrlrs Six odour qualitics irrcresscd artd cr;Zhl dccrcascd with umcasirtg hcallrcatincnL .. : - • . ... . . . . ' . • . . . -. . . _ .. ~.. . -. . .. - • tttt M.'SStI was ttCat¢4t witlt a DectittOlytie enzyme (ls]n7-ytn- ~1' Ih `.a b
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zv_ -:F..._• ~c. ,; 7s~ f ~4 ~-Je '?` 50257 0370 2..Wirgan; • Aprii 1972 • iieft 4• Sette 101-144 r a    ~ r Re . . ~ .. ~ 1t} t , ' _ - •. : i . y Die Bindung flUch-liger Aremastoffe an ".37«rKe Von H. G. Maier und A. 8aUer',•?AunstedWestf. c The ziadir.g oi volztilz ,~p~+fgeuttSs by ~~rrch. Tl~e sorrtion vj volat;le aliphat:e alcoho!s, alde.:yde>, i r:o nc:, esters, .mires, of some ::rvm•aic and hctero.:-omaae conIpopnds by sta.ch, arn}:'ose, s»+y!vpcctin, dez:rin an;l glucnse was in:.•esaga:ed ;r.its graaimetr.'c, 1R- and UV-spectrvpb;.:ometr:e me:Lnds. Dry st,:rdJ swells with e:blahl and s•vM:yamir, to a great rstc,.t, e::ry! acetste tu s:ry smail or.e, u.itb n-hcxJ+:c r.ct st aa Nr~rrid sarcit sorbs grtater a:n?r4r:ts oj :rom: or tire water co+r:e,zc. Tae most .~o-..: .•-s,cJ o:,r.ds may lre sow:tJ by ltydragcn bor:.is..r.clu:inn ir fo...:•11>y .'.ryir:- u:r.e.• : ie sorbed ~ .. Oi.. 7~ ,~ . r,,=t vcr;_ ...+:1~. •1 ver: is obser:,ed ,` 1.~~
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L r~~? ~` U C? t3 .! 0 puujses jYrsS SQtsas-=fl=ss~s £r,,2ca s~z L9G"i ':: :^'}a exiIoy 'r 4(R uZ F::-j TSL .r `utnos ~~ - -f~`!3Z .T I3iS.I3E LL£0 LSZOS
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~• -) 79 II Br-80 4 50257 0297 n vidence for a functionally distincl Nicotinic acetylcholine recepto n, (myasthenia gravu/suppres"r cdls/cell growth and dcviston) ~v1n P. RtClmaN AND Prac. NotL :k•ad. . c ''4i . V--I. 7ti, NrR ~. pF lr. :~iti. ~:ptemlr•r 11 1A7r tsaur.u'KY Drp+rtnwnt rd ~rnuab.R}-, The Univecsity of Chicvpn_The D' of the tiioMK;ical Scirncrs and The Pritz4r 5etw^-1 af Nkdicinr, 9,i0 East 59th Strrrt. t# T III (~ IMS I uca~o, - Communicated by Eluood V. Jensen. June 21,(61179 ~-7 Ia50/ -~E 3b ABSTRACT The presence of three distinct c nlinergic re- ccptors on huu-an 1ymphocytes was suya;cstcd by hc ef fects of carbamoyIcholine on h-mphoc}tc proliferation in s•itro. The cclls rc+.pondcd to both 0.1 nM and I µM carhamovlcholinc by increased proliferation which was blocked by the muscarinic antagonist atropine. This cffect occurred in both mitogen- stimulatcd cells (masimum effcct at _d hr) and nonstimulatcd cells (maximum effcct at i2 hrh In contrast. 1-10 01 carba- mo}'lcholine produced diminished in vitru proliferation, an effect which was blocked by the nf garotoxin and d-tubocurarinc. S~ ligand solutions were prepared daily with the culture mediur descrllxYl below. Lymphocyte Isolation. Human )x ripheral bloocl h•n:phc c\ tes were isolated f rutn healthy young adult blcxxi dcmors b deserilx-cl tnethneLt (4). 1ie•ft;trinizc~cl blexxl was ct•ntrifuged ove a discontinuous clensih• graclient of Ficoll/11.•paque (%lx•cifi gravitv, 1.07y). The lymphocyte fraction, containing 5-10! monocytes and less than 1~, nc•utrophils. was washed and sui rptinic antaeon u s d_j ntrati<ro of 1 X 1(f cells er ml in the fitia t a cunc i ~7 hct- p a e r onsistin f moclified Fa le's medium s. itl lt In myasthenia gravis and in the animal disease..•hich provides an expcrinuntal model for mya_stheria gravis, both hurnoral and cellular immunity directed against the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor ~cChoR) of the muscle end-plate can be dcmon- .01-0 IiWlotic 20 i4iu6log2 = strated c~sistintlN receptor on human lymphocytes/ g g o ure mec m c cu 20 c hcat i a i.• ted fc~t ~~j tl~ ~erum, gentamicin, and L-gh tamin ~ i>~ ~ oC Lympl~ce C--Iture. I.cmphoc~-tes were cultured in mi crotest pla e•s (Falcon) (0.' ml lx rwell) in quadruplicate, in th presence of various concentrations of the agonist CbmCho, fq ....:..... .....cn,ic nf fimr in a 5 ~ Co., humidified atmosphere; • r-- •
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50257 0373 : ..y~. ~ „ . 1. XX MeF-D-34S-74 . . ~=f U -~~~~t1fA~`-:~Ot'~3S~'i~c~~"~~"`t.~.~ "~'~f~.~-NI `~;3ADsDY ` E. A. CROWELL and J. F. GiJYMON ' Jour. Enol.Viticult. 24(4)159-165(1973) Presented at the Annual Meetir.g ef the American Society of Enologfsts, June 23, 1972, Monierey, Cati'ornia- Ro_saectiveiy Staff F?esearch Ascoci.ae and Pro!essor of Enology. Department of Viticutture and EnoloSy. Urf- tcrsit; of CaNtornia. Davis, California 95516. Fin.:nciat su,^port by the Califomia Prune Advisory Board is gratefully acknowledged. - From a G7.S. th.esis rn Food Science t.y the senior author. l.cceated for pobtication Nover..ber 2, 7973. 'he aroma components of an experimental The constituents of the Fxperimert+ll brandy were ndy produced from California French prunes compared with those of four sa:npies of imported -e concer,trAte:i by soi.ent extraction and isolated plum brandy. Quantitatively, the i_-nported samples gas chromatography. Indi.•idual compounds contained higher levels of benz>-I alcohol. 2-phen- :e identified by infrared spectroscopy and reten- ethyl alcohol, ethyl benzoate, and esh~ncl, but much i data on S=-.'•0 a: d FFAP licuid-substrt.te less of the ethyl esters of f:;ttv acids. Etl;•; l lactate ar.lns. S::bst: nc&s identified inc:uded aliahatic was ?-4 times higher in Frenci: Quetsch and ~Si:'a- VP I () 0 0 0 0 9 °S 0" 7
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. a 50257 0363 --- ~,~,,.~.« fFa.3 S). J~e '~ ~ I G9 - lLK.~.oi.-Lrnno.. awo 01""•. 1 M ~raw. or ~~.ca ~wr.n.~ ' • 1 11 SYG 30`~ VH. The c nfluence of some hrocessino-Parameterc on the Aroma of Black Currants . G¢nlls }:ar'ssomE]:ttri:m and EeiI: Sydow ~ L~. - ,;.' "°` ._~.~r~~ ~ S•redish Institute for Food Presetvation Research (SiK) S-C00 21 Goteborv 16 (Sweden) (Receivcd february 13. 197.?~ 1wt 193J 1!ar, prwes;ing of bLack eurrnt tnash and juice kas tnade in aiaboratory assernblv shr.ilzrto an industri:l vacuum boiler. 7he yoFit,:rs were colkcted ti: a cuLd trap systc,n..i jter heat treatmcr,t the residue was regarded as;u:ce !or rwshl trcat.d bt art cpe,t" systcnz Hal;- oj the condcrsate r.cs added to Jmli o( the residr.e ar.d tl:is was re;.rded as the corr°sponding . tloser!"systr.r_ Co:npari:ani xrre ,r.ade 3p ancl.sur, the head soace gas ol ti,e ra.*,bus s:rr.ples by 3z s chromato^rapJty. T7te li:a::rse oja Juice or a r.:.:sh in an "oacn" svsrcnt c=.ud :n irkr.•ase in the concentration oj d:nrea:vl sulfide and a dermis: in the couccttrr.rrans of all other eomaor:nds, both tkosedis^a~carn:;and those being jor»:ed 5v heatntg_!one. ti:nst of the vntntile tn,nnnunds -ere recovered in the r»ndensy7te. Tre hearing in a"clo<ed" s?•steat cztsrd dec-eases in . dte eene'oYtratior.s of :he rs r enrs and rneresses in the eotueztr_: ions of the other con r cu, ds 77ir changes u: the nolatilG were lar¢cr et l,ai:cr trmnc.•_:ures tharr a lower. Tne ad.:r::on of the condcnsa:e to the residue gve.•tg "c!osed " } rystent sart:Flcs ad.:cd ro,-}: cre,tds cuu: nrtsi•,Q (r^ th ~!c: s2zi and unnle: sm: t odour eueii t: es ~ ^! T , - i ~~ 0 0 0 6 Q 9 6 S. 1
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50257 0378 )a rteF-s)•-104-73 DECHEMA Ttoaogr: -70 -353-o-G6 (.Ia72) . ' - I7e Ietherlands -an,iN . Tedoiogy - : i'ueventron of _q: ~" ~`Z4 . .'' By Prof. dr. ir.-H. A. C. 'Ihi jssen .. ..Laboratory ior Physical Technology, L•indhoven University of ' " ' _~ .. T`lle d:aracteristic flavoitr of foods; including coffee, tea, and fruit juices is caused by a complex mixture of volatile organic compounds. • _ Nearly'aIl these- coniponents, even the high boilers, are at the prevail- g ing concentrations r,:uch more volatile than water-.Due to their high relative volatility, flavour components have the tendency to evapo- rate mudi faster.than -«•atcr. The. loss of the volatile flavour from the ' drying sFecimen is therefore controlled by t'.ie rate at which flavour .. .'. •r .. Summary can diffuse to the liquid-gas or solid-gas interface. The rate of transfer ln sOii..'~S ar•iic iiC~IiiuS :i7:Uai.7ui. In~: ;:. :i C:.': lll: t2Cv` 2- "::°Ctly 't?IOpCr- tional to tr.e diffusion coefficient of the migratinc1*malecules.. 1 0 : 0 (1 6 U•j 6 72
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.• -- , . ° , -- -' Lirl.:r,a..i:;ys.~.._. 50257 0365 III -74 Thomas J• PI°cek Vincent Eliis, ASP president s•Y•Da2 -:Soap Cosmet. 50(6) 1974 p.46-49 ~ : .~Aroma~~~~etnicals~Shortage ~'~o ~•Contim PREDICTION that for the High prices and shortages to continue, 20th annual z.;,, ncar tcrm shortsgcs of aromatic F ~~ chcmicals will continue and sYmPosium of American Society of Per.umers told. 1LO L, Btack Perfume market offers oPPortunltles for both prices will remain high was made ~ during the 20th annual symposium of black and white firms, Chattem brand manager says. _ the American Society of Perfunters by ' Thomas !. Pk+cck. president of Chem- tablished aroma chemicals have gener- ly available because existing manufac- Flcur. Ine.. Newark. NJ. In a discus- ally been too low to permit adequate turers have refused ro expand capacity sion of the `Aroma Chemical In- process improvements and capacity ex- because there was insufficient profit • dustry. Present and Future." Mr. . pansion," Mr. Plocek told the perfum- incentive to do so. Plocek told the April 17 symposium at ers. Furthermore. he obscrved, the im- •'This has led to a number of manu- the New Yodc Hilton Hotel that short- position of rigid controls dealing with facturers making the same low profit ages and begh prices "have already the environment have forced many aroma chemicals," which "creates a stimulated awznufaaurer. to take steps companies to discontinue making vicious cycle," in the words of the designed to increase the supply (of aro- various products. Chem-Fleur president. He remarked matie chemieals)." Besides "examining Also contributing to the present sit- that no one aroma chemical manufac- alternate pcocesses" and expanding uation has been the entry of com- turer has a-suffciently large share ot production upacit., aroma chemical pounders into the manufacture of the market to justify additional invzst- makers ': - are convincing their sup- aroma chemicals in order to have a mcnt for process improvement. Fur- pliers to channel more raw materials supply of products that were not readi- thermore, -companies are reluctant to into our industrlr; klr: Plocek rm Lawrence Janosky, chairman of discontinue manufacturing a pro.tuct . portcd. He called upon users of aro- symposium committee, who pre- and buy it from a competitor who mav ,
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3f~ . . v:C !tcI'-1}-W;-~73 . ' 11, 1970 , ,,Fruits - Yol. 25, n ' -'TE1L"' A!',O*:A. OF i'31N'E11FPi.ES'. .~~ ~ . 50257 0381 L' AROME DE L' A'ANAS ,. par~ P DUPAIGNE lnst~tulrpnlais•de Rtchirckes Jruitiirc s If Outrc-.Sierl! ... • leLtOXI Dt Lelllil3 F. DOPAIOKE (IFAC) lrr{ts, ndw. 1970. •01.25, n' 11, p.793-805. . t RESUHE - Apr3s one courte introduetion montrant que 1'a- rO:ee de 1'ananas esc plus cozGu dans 1e puD11C des pays dEreloppEs par 1'aro-ae des proCuits cor.serv4s pu• par Celut du fruit frals et nur. ur.e preFitrc partlo traite ..des eompositians artlflclelles ra;pelant l'anan&s. cer- talnes 6tant utilis<es dE)3 depvis longtemps. La deuzitr.e partle plus aDendante rappelle tout d'a- Dord les travais relativement aAciens sur.la co.+position _ des natlpres rolatiles ; une llsce d`;A importante avsit EtE ilentifiEe. ,' - ..' 1 nQolJQ9,_t7rs - , de
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50257 0384 FOOD--SENSORY EVALUATION/FOOI)--FLAVORANTS/FLAVORANTS--ANALYSIS/ FLAVORANTS--SENSORY EVALUATION/OnORS--FOOD-~SENSORY EVALUATION/ TASTE--TF.STING--FOOD/ a QP aPcoMA-RESirARCH 458 In . 1975 '' P oceedings of the nternational . . : Sympo4;urn on Aroma Research held at i. Ee Cer,tru~ institute for ' Nutritio~ ~~ and Food Research TNO, Zeist, the Nefterfands, T a ~ may 26-29, 1975 yoy, Editors: H. N.aarse and P.J. Groenen 0 ; () %qe&np~i: v 7 8 Centre for Aaricultural Pziblish'saS and Documentation ..,^I~
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: ~--- -- -~ BREAD/AROMIt I'.EC7VI:R`f AN'L` RETENTION -].N- C(MFHTRATION AND DRYIIVC . OF 50257 0382 ~FRIGERATION/PROTF.IN SINS OF AQUATIC ORIGIN AS FOODS FOR HtP.•iAN CONSt~iI''lIt`~i,/ P00~--PRF.E?I2~G/}?OOD--I'P.1i1:~T~fJ'~~D--- I~~ SERVATION--LOW TEMPERAT:IF.~;/ FOOD--DRYL~/FOOD--ODOR/ `•'>I:AO~FI`ISfFUOD, ,U LAi -FC~CID! , ~ 3;q~~d ADVA.NCE'S I IiI _ VGLUME 20 FOOD RESEARCH Edited by C. O. CHICHESTER E. M. MRAK G. F. STEWART ?1rt Nutrition Foundation. Inc. New York. Ncw York University ojCali jornia Drovis. California University ojCclijorcj i D and JO f, Cnti"Ornip University of Rhode Island Kingston. Rhode Island 1973 ACADEMIC PRESS, Ncw York and London A Subsidtary ot Harcourt brace Jovaao.teh. PublisAe.s 0 b 7 0
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50257,0380 xx McF=dMON 73 f !'ruita • ~'iJJ. _^FJ, tt•:r, : (37, 3 A M RI] i ~ L `A.R C i,~!~E DU fUS DE GRENTA.DIj.~:. 11 E3 ~ t~ 0~1 i; UV b 7 4 R. I I LT E T ; L'ARti}SE DUJUS UF. Gfa:":AUiLLE R.1f UIT (IFAC) lhvits. tnai 19733, voL 28, n•S, p. 39~.401. T.FSOtE • Parmi M: (rui:z trnpieauz IN ricnadllie, PussiJ7om ed' fis f. edu:is ct 1'cm;forc rdulis L/wcirorpa, se di;tlcgur pu !'ir.t~nsitc dc la eoloration o san jus, ur.e forte a:idilc ct le 1•;:isvn'r dc son arome. La compr.itian da la fnction rotatitr du jus de r:•nadille a ftelor di:ars ebrrchcur: drmt Gn ra~sumc lei pubLeations.On pri-„enw ks ti%tt.:s d'anaty:cs tczLs:vs par 1'auRVr sur drs jus ou evenun de dncrses p:osrnz.zct> et ay:ct sabi ditirrs arodcs de st:.bilhahcn. ia ditrrCencr cr.trr ks r~,u1L+.h cst exp!iqui,c on parti; far Ic caroir des n::.ccdrs de (nitecient et d^ &Adlation des Su;. J.rs rons:~:usats suxcptib!cs dr eot:tri4art plus particulicrcmcnt i 1'ori+;inaliti d^ 1'a:onx do Krenadille sont pss en rrovue. r .j / ~
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50257 0389 i TP 958 Dr 1975 PDDL FOOD--FLAyORANTS/ODOR[CITRUS FHUITS/ - PHF.RO'rtn'VF.S / +7.AROMA%AND*-TASTE=S(i85T,ANCES / COFFEE/TE-V BREiNDY/ BEVRKAGES / Geruch- und Geschrnacksfoffe InternationalesV~ymposium aus Anlag des inhundertjahrigen Bestehens der Firma aarmann & Reimer GmbH, Holzminden 1 ~ ~ 2. bis 4. Oktober 1974, Bad Pvrmont ` Technische Universitat Miinchen Herausgegeben von Prof. Dr. F. Drawert VERLAG HANS CARL N17RNBERG 1975 ,_
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50257- 0385 . ~ r 74 VY 12eCIGARETTF.S--NICOTINE LOW/ R3R CLASS h0. PiLfPHLET /4 XI Re ~ Reentscia Cj.~;arettenrabriken Gr.:b~i, Hamburg, Ger. '~ REE:iTS1~1A'S NEW R6 LOa I~ICOTI2:E G::R:L~.~i CIG.1F~:i tE TRIES TO St3EST.TI;TE NICOTINE THROUGH TIIE ADDITION OF TOBACCO AROMA EXTRACTF:J FROM OTHER Td sACCOS . r4 tiep`e~"~' neii~~0eWST ren s~~raeriP~it~t't~ ...1!Os..~~Vi#.~Fw+~.4. ) 't . .. . . . .. ..~ Stern 1974 (No. 17) p. not given (Apr. 18, 1974) (in German) *1.974, No. 9, t•: 3627* *d* Tobacco ccono-mics (manufacture):
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50257 0386 c c im~alinenc..hyg. 69, 516-535 (1973) Received 5 December 1977. Accepted 29 May 1973 , 7b i9t II Re2-79 S.P. ,*nksr ~Arotudy+fof'Essences'R~flion'~AicoholicSa*Dp Oop;aadiCoace.rxtrationo,f.Araq~as;^, h'. Beernaert and J. Gossele Institute for Hygicne.and Epidemiology, Brussels Introduction Our appetite for eating or drinking is mainly influenced by the presence of flavouring substances. \'atural aromas are isolated from vegetable or animal parts by physical processes. The essences isolated are generally cons:itutcd of hundreds of products. Owing to the identification of these compounds, flavour experts have suc- ceeded in composing s}•nthetically various aroma entities. • In order to identify the composition of an aroma complex, thc analyst has to a??l. the most efficient isolation, cor.centration and detection techniques. In direct analysis, the so-calizd -head spaCer tealnlquc: ;ives the con:po5ition of the vapour phase which is in equilibriu:n with the aqueous suspension oi the material main- ta}ned ¢t a.^iv c•~ erp~peraturc. T his technique does not generally give satisfactory rE;ults4or ~IstlRY pk~sentin;; a relatively high boiling point. Furthermore sorption
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50257 0390 I Jo, VI C d I. .~"'xc~`t`i'~"~FS`"r FD,""i"•~'~'LH.,Z;r'`TI~.:3"L'~?':'.f E-, C~L,~C~TQD:,t ~~:H1~ QU~S ... ^OLLL:~T1'ON, t;} Lau:9 :. SQ:,~s .. ~ns:... . ..•~ :..~f• - ----.~ -~ 0 1~ 0 ~~3 u 96 34 c
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X.X. f''/ e, t7G^~,-~ 7S'.. h ef t%=N _M M 11 " .... ~ i.~~' 4 tlr 4 10 :. ! ~ M3 1J5C.5~1"YChaim H. 1Uannheim PhD and Nehama Passy Msc 50257 0383 The aromatic quality of a food is determined by the bouquet and strength of a complex mixture of volatil odorous compounds. During processing many valuable compounds are lost with water vapours. This pap( revievrs the process of preserving or maintaining the typical aromatic bouquet. IN tho process of concentrating or dry- ing of foods, such as fruit and vege- table juices, milk and coffee, many volatile components are removed with the water vapours (Fig. 1). These volatiles, which are present at very low concentration (ic ppm or ppb range)Qconytitu~ey th~ spqc{jfic~~rorQ~ of the ood ~~ hi~Ff is o c~~ra ns }~t quality that distinguishes one food 3. Fortification of the final product with natural or synthetic essences In stabilized form. Aroma recovery processes during con- centration In the conven ional systems for re- 9tov6ng 7voliie flavours, the feed material, which is an aqueous solution containing volatiles, is subjected - heat to vaporize part of it. The :csul Ing vapour fraction, containing wat, vapour, volatile flavour coniponeni , and non-condensable gases, is sepan ted from the residue (the strippe juice) and condensed (Fig. 2). Tt vapour fraction is then passed to ~ system for concentration of the vulati, frnm ar.n:S,..r •.n.a nft..•. r.-.+.,.........- ..,
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. Ilkl'-`-` 0 .~- Forschungsscntrum rur Moickularbiologic und A4cdicin. Akadcmic dcr Wt,c;cr,th~aftcn ~dcir DDR 3~ r ccc ~ wc r~•~ ~~ - • - 33 3 1 ~ C ' _ ~...s/, . ) t ili :.qx dc.Z ~ •~~Mo>ln~a=Optimieningsvcrsuche ~ - C;,r~ ~sa~A,mincsauire~lu~oso-A+~o~elisys-tcmcn, ~ R Sctttt6ottx und G. Wbua % Swnmary , 0 50257 0379 ~ Uie Nahrung 24. 2, 1980, 175-183 - , 80 III Sc Zentralinsutut fur Ernshrund in Potsdam-Rchbruckc (Dircktor: Prof. Dr. El. HAFNet.), 3~-a- --~" R. SenRBDrFR and G. Wik.rt: Studies about optimal conditions foWavour formation in amino acidiglucosc- - model systems ~ The eomlxxition of amino acids has, been evaluated as to the formation of meat-like flavour during hcat trcatment in the prcxen,-c of glucose. Purc aminoacids as well as mixtures being combinrd according to statis- tical plans have been reacted in aqueous medium delivcring products which have been characterized v:nsori- tally as well as by instrumental analysis. Type and quantity of amino acids have been optimized using the sensory impression as an index. . Test results indicated the intlucnce ot'stnglc amino acids _optimal test conditions, and the optimal compo- sition. lbc optiminYf model is charactcri7cd by very high amounts of elutamic acid and high amount. of aspartic acid, arginine. and proline. Already half of the amino acida tcsted formed a product which aasoptimal in aroma and coukd not be improved as to the meatlike quality. 0 i .'~01 n14 0 •) b71 ;S .,
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14" . .,:- _ . 7 e) '~.- . FLAVORANTS--FOOI~FOOD--INGREDIENTS/ A~Y 1~"~y~ues a us~ful concept ?~ e~Q Y..,.~~,f: _, . M. RoTsal . with respect to the practical application, however, can change the natural system and lead to erroneous conclusions. There are not only interactions between aroma substances of sensoric- physiological character which may not be ignored. Physical conditions like lipid content, distri- bution of aroma compounds between aqueous and lipid phase or the sorption of volatile sub- stances to the polymer nutrients in foodstuffs are of influence, too. For this purpose the concept oFaroma values has been discussed which calculates quantitative data in conneetion.vith.aroma effectiveness of the compounds. The simplification of the concept Rapidly increasing knowledge about the high complexity of food aromas requires selection or ranking procedures as to the importance of the particular components for flavour impression. i complexity of food aroma with three different products [i, 2;. Increasing numbers of aroma compounds being identified in particular foodstuffs characterize the rapid development of flavour research within the last two decades. A comparison of the first list Dr. «'E LRa1AN elaborated in 1963 .with those published 10 years later by his colleagues shows that in most foods the number of known aroma components has increased enormously [ij. Figure i demonstrates this raising Q i n 0 0 0 i) 9 6 8. 5 50257 .0391. Central Institute for Nutrition in Potsdam-RehbrGcke (Director: Prof. Dr. H. HesNEL), Research Centre for Molecular Biology and Medicine. 31,cademy of Sciences of GDR C.r .a r ~
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0 6 9 6 a v u ~ sa I; r~. ~. •,'v' (•s-dcn~Czua p~~:~ seava.xs ~o ^°BS~.n~a.~d d~~c..~s•~ ov tir~iaT ~vZ..a~ . . y U 1 0 jnQ ~ 96E0 LSZOS
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.v" .Ja . I .,~y6 .r 50257 0392 : XX MeF-D-M3-74 , • Rev. Agroguim. Technol. Aliment. '(iti Spanish)13(3)455-462(1973) Aportacion ai "estudio del aroma de los vinos blancos* de Rioja M.D. Cabezudo (I), M.C. Gomez-Cordoves (II) y C. Liaguno (I!I) , Instituto de Fermenteciones Industria:es. Madrid RESUM EN t Se han estudizdo los componentes de una muestra dc vino blanco zncjado. de la region de Rioja, mcdiante cromatognfia ps•Iiquido dcl extracto org3nico r;btenido sobrc pentano durante 240 horas. La idcntificacion dc los compucsto: scparados sc rcalixo utilizando cuatro fascs cstacionari3s distintas. cornparando las rctcncioncs ictati.•as dc los componcntes dcl cxtracto con las obtenidas para una scrie de comrucstos puros. en lis rnimas condiciones cromato^_rificas. Sc han idcntifi:ado 59 componcntcs, de los cu3lcs, 17 son alcoholcs y 33 cstcres.
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~------ - ,50257 0a02 , Aro:.catic ccids. see 4rgdnic acids. o i n a t1 0 0 9 6 9 6 1
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1t4k,. _v-, . . 4 50257 0397. DISSERTATIORS--NEW YORit STATE UNSVERSITY/ DIET ATID DISEASE/ CAHCER--CAUSATI0.11 / / RC 261 C1 • ~ 1978 DIETARY INFLUENCES Otft'POLYCYCLIC'•aR0.MA7IC HYDROCAP°AN METABOLISM AtiD G'.RCIt:OGEkESIS BY STEVEN KELLY CLINTON . " B.S., State University of New York. 1974 THESIS 0 , . ' .. ....: ..3~',~„ . ~.. . Urbana, Illinois ~ 1~t t~ n,C3 0 9 b 9 ~. . i Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Nutritional Sciences in the Graduate College of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Chac.paign, 1978
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50257,0387 XX ~F ~~ 75 ta ~~a~a~ ~t33? 1uA. Truct, Vs~ ktIrc~:ti;U , t. l,Ku_j3LAOL r•nj.~ ` { ~ 9 J 1237 / .p . , r~, ~idlatifa6d+00tttt't tOtf.'~ ~f Banev_ B_- Fikiin- A- ` method used, the concn. four.d and the literature s sotucc. HEt rasptxr:y aroma is given, 2:,d ehows the t~•pe of ~ compound, thc cncmird forr :ula. the analytical Nauchni Trudort. Vissh lostitut po I:hranitclna i ~?:uso.u i'rumrshlrnnost 19 (2) 233-245 (1972) (26 ref. Bg, n,, ffj A full list of afl compounds idLntified to date in APOHATfP.t ~•CTIi.1 B I'UA141ifiTE T. 0&30P IlA I{AIMT(5VA11NPAi1tiTF K01.'.T10RF:ETT:i 5. SaNea, A. NxKxH U) r' 9l ,f-tn`~.ee•. r ur;' 1!poua,xctTO net,ecrna tta r.,:o;,uneTe npc:,c.anr,sBt.T c><es^-H r.ou- nnehC oT C'FeJtitiiA,;t;+a, ta:, ZZ pUr.;Mi,a xxsr.q:ta npapc; a. ;'oar,Tc. Ha Fo- R[t Y. 1 ri• !_`q•g7+n';CHi'. :^V:Ra N•^.IizL!?1M tl'A3HoxHo F7-,jC:i IIOc$t'--HTC T:r~.iaCL'i (l 0 (1 C) o 9 0' 8 1 0
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.- 267 In 1973 ~ - - - -, YxC W)NoGRarxS RC 50257 0399 ON 11 ~ I . EVALtVOI7!)N1 OF T:E ~~~FcCIi•:OGF.R'IC R7Sk: OF ChT-24IG4L~'S TO 2~M: So:ne ~ om~.ti.c"anines, hydrazine: and related substances, ~l ~ ni.troso compounds and miscella.neous oallrylating agents !I Volume 4 ihis publication represents the views of the IAP.C Wor'king Group on the Evaluation of the Carcinog~nic Risk of Chemicals to Man which met in Lyon, 18-25 June 1973 International Agency for Research on Cancer AO - 4~ ~ Q(l jj U9 6--9 3 ~ ~ ~ ~ , , :. ~ ., -
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\ N . 50257 0aoo ENVIRONMENTAL °EALTH/ DYES/FOOD--COLORS--CARCINOGENS/ COLORS, DYES/ ~ RC WQRLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION CANCER--RESEARC:H/ 267 INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER In ~ARC MONOGRAPHS ' 1975 ON THE EVALUATION OF CARCINOGENIC RISK • I OF CHEMICALS TO MAN ublication represents the views of an IARC Working Groi;- (This lc P p . 2 1974) ""' hih i L Nember 26December wc metnvon.ov--, Some aromatic azo compounas 'kAe& ~ 342. VOLUME S INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER S,ty ~ ~ . LYON 1975 0 1 t~ 0 c1 0 0 9 6 9 4'
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6 6 9 6 o o U o L~ a --__..- f • satir+uy aes . • 5au ,rmal aYI.r=sd, V f SOhO LSZOS I
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TOBACCO--SMOKE--POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS--LABORATORY METHODS/ 76 IX Sii-78 R.JR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 IX Sn-78 Snook, M. E.; Severson, R. F.; Arrendale, R. F.; Hig,man, H. C.; Chortyk, 0. T. (U, S. Dep, Agr.,/ fobacco Lab , Sci. Educ. Adm „ Athens, Ca., U. S.) MULTI-ALi(YLATED yPOLYNUCLEAR '04~AyTI,~ HYDROCARBONS OF TOBACCO SMOKE: l SEPARATION AND IDENTIFICATION. Confidential manuscript, submitted for publication in Beitr. Tabakforsi 51 p. (Feb. 20, 1978) (in English) list* • *Constituents too numerous to _ . We. now complete the total characterization of ~ the PAH of tobacco smoke by presenting the identification of the PAH in gel I fractions 36-40. Since CSC is very rich in alkylated PAH [much more so than ~ ; polluted air for example (9)], the described methodology should be useful in ~ characterizing PAH mixtures in other environmental samples/ -~4t~r309o9S
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\ so2s7 0398 1 ~~ i x..Fr . r.- c~A~ ~, -..,;;;~~ ; ~•,~ Y/ ~ CNROlTA1CC.':AI'i:7C A+.tl:.S1S--C.lS-~.I~~~ iD ClIROaATOGTJIPl.Y/.11F--Al~ALYSIS- RJR CLASS J+7. PAMP!lLET 75 1JC Fr Frci, R. H. ; Beali, K. ; Cassidy, R. M. (Atomic Energy Canada, Cen. Chem. Sect., Chalk River, Ont., Can.) DETF.RIMIaA7 ION OF 0-0:'"ROCE\ liF.TERuCYCLES IN AIR SA'.iPLES BY HICti-SPEED LIQUID C!lRO:1ATOCRA.~iiY. Hikrochim. Acta 1974, 859-69 (1974) (in English) *Ke3words:* cigarette smoke. ~1975, NO. 1, u 79* *d* TZ/vacco cheRistry2 . . . . ... . . .-~- - _ _ . - ... . ... . _ a :..... . ~.~ ~...... ~ . - 0 1 A 0(1 0 0,- 9 b 9 2 ~
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80 VI Ha • . --- - 50257 0388 . , - TOBACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/TOBACCO--ESSENCES & ESSENTIAL OILS/ RJR CLASS NO.,`PAtiPHLET 80 VI Ha Hamashima, Tsugio *(no affil.) E$$ErWrllr"OfL' NSTITITMTS~'rZK1`T~1 . . . . . . --• r ~ ' / '/L f S II ww..tr tt1 tb..nu. Yet t..a..f 1\.....t... S.O~-..Vt.Y tl..~{fy O.\tltNlll• .f ~(N.6\t N\aV y(•IIA .\K\ .ft. ry~6f. l. ' . . Y.M..[. YM.-y.a•&t.l aO Y..•14fIKY.. \/ ...Yf1 tO. .... ..Alll.t ~/ sYt.L..t.(f\.\) • .Nf1 IM 61L.. fJO./)Y/ WCOT OI.t•tl. ' -. C:..t ,mt. .f 41 s.aut.nr. .a. .NU..d .a n.nr r..a...w u .1l t\. ..stN... h.. : .n. pu.. d W pMU....f\ .. Yta YO0. ..n ...." ra a .. .r..rtrt. ..Iw .1. .b . N.. fM. .11 tb pa.wtt...u ..n n.urM. tN .a1.. .f sU1M .. t\. ar.aN.t..u.t Mbsee. 6m.tp ar 1... IW L7 .f .M \.awt .u61... ..1... (/.f.]) RINo t\e rl.n.d a . w..utre.q fnw tf. O.w. ..a.tM. IN ..1.. .f vqln .. a\. uwrCda<~q. t.\m aA.p .r ..I/ ]:% N t\. U.(IL.1 .\IN. Y\ tM ..lw .( Yt0.1- .\ t\. Mm.-Y... t.Om . t[w.& r.ai.A L.^3 .I U.t. (/1...) fas tY .r.a.-Wa. au. .f , \. ..aN.. t1...d . ..o.Lr - ' fets.7 t. tte 11.0114 d...wf MN. tl.r io w.u.t..a. ..r_ a...N...\ to it .yo/... ue aM..N un. ef s...a. M..". l.u\.. :. w/.. 6e.\ Y.. C. t\. \.6MN .S..sot... Nsasq t...r .cvtNtus t. IM P..e\w..f {..1.t1 .f !S...qplw. (fi6.6) . Tle a...W 3 p.as e...d.na a b:.. Ir:..4 P..t .n.t.ua .11.." .L.N .. 1 Q b. Okayama Tabako Shikenjo Hokoku 39 43-9 (1978) (in Japanese'w/English eusaway . () 1 tl .0 (1 0 0() 6 43 2*
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0403 50257 ~ RJR CLASS NO. PA`TIiI_ET 72 XII Del ~ 1 } (L'ziversitat I::~;titut P!;zr: -'.:olo3ie To::ikologie "edizinischen F3ku1tJt lu_oslavia) ~ . , i I *(Spojevi ni?'.oz_r.: s kiselir.;-:o.)* ti T;.:n. Ci.:stn. 1.7, 39-5 - 7 (i9=•3) (in Scroo-Cxoatirs, uith (:err..:n surr:zry) ' *::ote dzte. * l t ! . . .. 1 ~ ~--- fr-..~--~
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73 v STiLLi./ 50257 0393 Grasas y Accites 23(5).351-58(1972) Cu 71IE "PWFILFtr Eti'OLUtIG`\ OF fiH •..`" :A=,AT;p ntO?.L'CIM DEL PER.^IL DE LOS AKOrL'LCRAM.ES DUMNTF, . LA OXIDACION DE LOS AiEITES DE OLIXTA. Poc ~. Gz:!:drrc: Go: zSlcz-Uui;ano, M. 11erf3 Cola!:oa?u y J. Czbre:a N;nriin Inuiruto dc la Gra.a y ius Dcriva3ot. Dc?artar.;rs to.2c Cu;mi:a y lticro3iolo~la.-SrvtcL4 voc.?3. Eosc-5(19721 G(M,5ct5 C{ tiCrs#Zo a3 G.ci~ 3S(-S~i ~,i47c:~ SUMMARY • ~ . ,.- . ~ _ 11C *FlOGIC CYOa:ItoR of LhG trorGHFr8R1T diShLa the oX1da- CLOD of t~i~G G1:S. < ~ yG A s:udy of the arcmatic comgourda of two virqin otlve otfs from tho Ayvalik a:.d Havren rc;ions o! Turkey. oxlda:oo i-y :.ie uccelera::d A. O. M. n:ethoQ. is mado. ih.. sampfes efe zivec; to aa orGanolcpilc --~ par,el ior their o!~;ective punc::ratioa an,S t:,efr aromaprsr.s o5:ained o: 4ifferer.t oxi[otion timc8 until "et rp:vCay. - : Tho evo1aKion of the aum cf cl:oma:<.praptilc paok arcas Is ralatio- ncQ to the ox:5a,•vv stete ar.d org.r,ofeptlc punc:uatwa<s piven by .tt:a - ~--_.'.. ,. ~"-,...,-.-....~.....r.r_ a I n•0 o 0 0 9 6 8 7
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- 50257 0408 I , Ara^^„c-Lic com-fo•.u:ds sea ulso 7 ~ Isam~ tic h drocarbons f ~ y . Polycyclic uromtic corpouncis ~ ~ ~ f ~ ~ i I o t; o n o o~~ 7 0 2
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50257 0407 Curr. Top. Plant Sci. 1969, 24-25(1969) II Re2 76 Aromatic 8iosyntl3esis:in Plants*, r .P. (~ l.eonard H. Weiitstein and Henry J. Laurencot, Jr. Studies on the chemical changes associated with aging in cut roses re- YF:1Tt'a uwi tne aommant nonvolatile organic acid of petal and leaf tissues was quinic acid and that it constituted as much as 10% of the dry weight of young leaves (Wcinstein et al., 19`8). This massive accumulation, which was greater than that reported for any other plant, naturally led to speculations about its metabolic role in this species. The level of quinic acid was found to incrcase ir. the developing rose until the bloom was at about half-maturity, after which it decreased (Weinstein et a/., 1959a). This result suggested that quinic acid was meiabolized in the rose. Similar results were also obtained in rose stem tissue cultures at various ages (Wcinstein et al., 1962). Randomly'+C-labeled quinic acid, and the related shikimic acid, were hiosvntheSi7ed bv suonlvin_ vounv_ rose n!ants in the.liehLwith1eCn._. o ~ ~ot~ao9 7 0 t,
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CHEMISTRY--COMPUTERS/ 50257' 0314 QA American Chemical Society, Sy osium Sept. 9-11, 1974 76 CHOOSING A LABORATORY COMP ER SYSTEM , Am LAB PROFESSIONALS SERIES ~COMPUTERS IN THE LAB) , 1974 (11 cassette tapes & 11 docutients with individual authors) - ~. PERSONAL COMPLRERS IN THE LAD G.S Owen. Atl.nk Umenity. APpk u m~aocanputer syuem 40•/ar dau acqurimn.nd • NETWORKS AND LANGUAGES . .aducoon.Sy.kmrmkr/nedb.ever.l~nsbvmenes.e~Merpy.nRS•732{.c.dMta(acea R.E. Deuy. Vng~rua Pdytechnc Iromutr.nJ Slar Uruvervty. TAe ndukaurc. phywul , Ey an !-0a.n.lo6 t.o d~pW cawerter. APP{e.yWem r coopved to 151-11 b~.nd aomputv bkrconnM and becal mlercw~nect br , smali camputer netwacl~ baaed oa mrn.unpolen .yMem witA ..me W.umenb. 9 lYrNn6a.. ~ communr.o b one or more hast cump kn n de.a~Eed. FORTH.. stracmred .. ~DESIRAtLEPROPERTIESOFREAL-TIMELASLANGUAGES .. P•mmr~g~angw6etlwcadescor~.eiyandeaacuksr.polyw.r.ri.loonMtwaww,. .. T.H.Rd6r+.y.UmwerlydCoinMa.AdetadedproowtwnonR.d-TaeYb. 1 a y`c'd. ~9Absm.ha.. ~~i4 MINICOMPUTER BASED LAB DATA SYSTEMS nquuemena. elc. 31 Chwk~ L. Wilk~ro. Umvenny d Netnas/..-L.nculn. A4ncampukn veraus taticrooo.potafs: . ~ DEVELOPMENT OF A DISTRIBUTED LAB DATA REDUCTION /.cturs br nWun6 tlrc chace, advaro+6es and tradnih 17 1q..n.qua. NETWORK USING DESKTOP COMPLRERS MICROCOMPUTERS AS COMPONENTS FOR INSTRUMENT W.C. Fidter. CIEA-GEK:YCapor.OOn. Netwo.k o/ Hewkn•P.c4.rd 9lW .arks ' •• omt kn dnactl~• mktf.cad bt.bor.~ ~"~t~N.t.vork Arbnoo~t~~ ~yta 1~ CONSTRUCTION ~. ~~t~ Y~ Wr.na.a.. ~M~~~ V.run Aswn.ks. Inc. Eumpks d pwk.gd aucrocampukn m t~e~ d . P~ Proce.rn6 ap,.b3nes to the lab bnrd NM. CRITE1tLA FOR SELECTING A LAB MICROCOMPUTER SYSTEM ,i/'c~r pl~fKO°ngr,;p,~ =~ ~,,,d, ~,~ D"r 'mq M' wMAt'M E.l. Mrdt.nan. k.. Univaaty d Iowa. Cnknm br rkceng.nd devdop/nE a lab wnd.rd~xed cammuncaeon rc mero are w ested 2 ,~. \ . ry 6g ernacvnpukr syMem. Atkntlan ia pven b fatw; dkctln6 tan.Y-o.a goup .vith hartad . ektnonr wpport (.utiua. 7 Ilh~sr.aaanc ~ DATA SYSTEM FOR A SEPARATION S GROUP --@a PLANNING FOR GROWTH IN CHOOSING A LAB COMPUTER SYSTEM P. WWp° Maffrtt.°-la Radhe' Inc. Customwppicdm-Aoucesdtrare/orAandYngdau froa j.c4.on {. So.e6ar. h.. Envuonmentd Saenc: k En~renn~, Inc. Evalu.uon d. ta ~om'bpaph~C equip'nent wMrb As Mru eatended to Indude duPl.yug an OtT and !•~• c~Po pbtter: cArornuopams e.Potemi.Uy or Io6.nMnucaily MtA respect to anr, a dw Ne a(kr .ywm far h+ture demand.. CAeck W indudd 4~e. .kr.6eapw q• .bbpty b wbtraceon d.nother data fJe. and.eu d dvomabgams nametr~ca4y at arry dewed.nsle. • oom.uNnkvntAotAer.yMSls:Mwmb.rdenputPorb.Pnatsop.Wwa..l.epew~MMd :~~' Al.oaprogaerwM[APermbtlrewerbaPOmveuMep.OO,tP.raeieaeffor/u.ad Psbby . ~ ~ ni P~ F ~ft~• ~a •K • d.rect mkocaan d Me a..r ..itli tAeCRT. ~ LYswtws. yf,, DATA ANALYSIS IN THE CHEMICAL LABORATORY ~/. MICROCOMPUTER SYSTEMS 1N THE LA! Janes R. Ko.Wnen, Umve-y d W.uMn6ton. DQKa amlyra metAods and6nE tramtarm a"iel 1. M.cno. Syracv.e Unvanry Z&LDsed arnocomputm rangn6 hom.yskvr d a thavy. uNwcal analy.r.nd P.tkrn ncoptlaon. 20 YYsn.awt. .~n6k r+Panmental ktAnqre vntA hmkd d.t..Mucbon op.ErY to sener.l p~uernpna...1 . _ - -- •-- •- fj ~ .pp~o.des~xdudcd1seokd. d". -.-wl.eow o.P.b+ty. Earpls o?'YtaN.d.2 - _;~~ ? 0 -~n;D A ~ 9)9 b~ .9
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50257 Araa,:-tic cor,,:nunds, 'v. 5 412 0 (Ji Biochemical Srxictyt London. 345 aympwir.. no. 1-1/, i B Cembridra, Gniversitv Press,1948-.Sy ~ ! I V. lilua. 25 cm. i i 1. Blolog:csl cLemietry--Collected works. ~ ~ ~ i Q,H345.B522 - 612.015 ~ ~ ~ Librarg of Conereis s2l ~ 0~ t~ Q ~ rj fi ~ l~~ fi
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IVXI '_v-, 50257 0411. I I3adgcr, GeaffrmDy IMIAieulm. ,. `Ciie struct~ares ~C raactiuns af tl,c aro:ri7lii:• cOnll G11:?l.a. Cam'vric'.;e i;;nn.j L.ti:ivei•sity i ress,19,ii. 4.`ii, p. ilius. 23 cni. 1. Aramatic campounds& r. Titlc. QD331.B2 ~ 54i .25 5~3317 ~ •Ltbrary of Congress ~- .-l i103 1 , ~ 1 41 a n - t1r 0 9 7 0 5!
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50257 0394 ~, toLt37a 77 III Du r_. I ~ . ~ ..~.,,~) '~ E/-~ .U '• C C: .) CL Lh~l.~~ •. irn . n . " -„• ; . ~_.. • ~s..r a: as:._:3 o ~ , Lcs C*-i w.!G3 C:Z Cii ::C:.:C:°.^.3 .^.CnZ CS C: :.j C~ : i Cn.:1J:~ :S~s il:".2ZC:iCsa: a[•3 Ea lul C:a 9%3 E1 £.J.^.i. Ew ELE.O.i.n./ .r: ..• - ........-7... J CV ~i.....t,~ • •± y ~ ::l i.. C:] f...:C...~.~......~..Z :EC.. :3 1:::3 C. L3 CCi 'u^:?i C~. :7u:::u/ CZ C3::.C:iv :C3 f~': a~.'ii2:.•::i'iL'i C,:i3 S:7 EoE::,:n E?i.r 5 4C.? CJ EC3 CC: C~:i:'u3 i C!o V:3 Iz~........:J ~Ii...~:..':.~CJ. C_ss C Z il ,'} f l ~Li1 /{. .~.~ r^3:' .n C. 'JJ r. /~ r.:.~..~: 1" J C' ~~:::?C^:wS'C.31~ l'.:l C C. .. . ~.:.. ../ .i I hli.. .I r~', ~„ V• v •..a..JN..rJ /•.J ..f f• .•r,~ ..'...-. ~'. ...~ • .. r.n..' .. ~ ~ ` ~....n•...nn ~ •_.. .•.b...1 •...rj.. ~..~...... ....L E~... .......~. E..~':J Er~i jv.:r. E'.Ci.:J t.VCa.J C"...~Ib..2 C-C~i C:.\.V ILI.....~1.I Ev E`ii:~, .tl~ I C'v. ..=C 6..jiC o I~ o n 0 0 9 6 S•8 ai, 93, a5, a; 6C'15) ;-- ~ ,
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IVIX, • - .'- _ 413 J28i Ar=atic -'cOMp.n:nds 50257 0 ' Ce Cezfai;tain, Hans. i ` \Ierhe nistic asrects iri nromztic s;ilfc~natian and da5ulio- it.uion. \e..Torlc, Interscience Publi.s'ners ,1365; 14 p. ilius. 2-1 cm. (Intarscience monobrapLs on organlc cbemis•.r7 ) t ~ Includes bibaooraphiea ~ ~ ~ ~ ]. Sulpbonation. 2. Aromatic compounds. T. Title. ? QD2S1.S7C4 ,..-, 5~T.6 68-22437 ~ Librarp of Con;re-m nio ! Q7
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50257 0416 i ArowaL~C co~.~ ~ncts. : TP ° ssenti.aL O~i.l 1- ~~~ a~:. a a:958 M_: standsrds wad speci::icati.o:x. E _-:6 l. .laaFajs.n{ . Z' C -~, i
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5025?, 0414 QD ~ 399 ~C ~ 4ra7iatic Clar, Erich JLlius, 1J02- Aromatische Iiohleawnscerstoffe, poiycyclische S;vsteme. 2. verb. Aufl., mit einem Geleitwort*von J. `V. Cook. Berlin, Sprin;er,1:152. xiti, 4S1 p. diaers. 24 cm. (Oreanische Chemle in Einzeldar- stellung-en, 2) Ribliozraphit;:l tuotnotes. ~ eD399C , i 1. :Sdrocarbons. i. Title. (Series) r, ~'1~1UG(I2-~1952 5~i.2 Library of Congress - i53d21 52---4J:37 o ~ 0 0 n 0 a~/ a s
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XX Hex-D,4W -73 D E C H E Mtti Monogr..'70 (1972) 301-321. 3y~ ~~mary. By Dr. T. A. Rohan, London In the processing of foodstuffs for human consumption reactions occur which may influence flavour either adversely or favourably. Some processes, particularly those involving heat, are specifically employed to develop characteristic and desirable flavours not present in the raw materials. •-- - - .- J Little is known of the reactions to which these pyrolytic flavours owe their existence, but there has been an increase in interest in this area of flavour chemistry in the past decade which has begun to reveal some interesting and relevant facts. As the application of heat to foodstuffs is possibly the oldest form of food processing, and has extensions in the pasteurisation field a knowledge of the basic chemistry governing these processes is vital to the food industry. ? • 0 ~ : ! A n o a 9 6 f3 '9, .: - .
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,%Ixl• _•-, A.w. oc[ap. Hrp. \'ol. 13. pD• I t-15. 1'ertanwn Preas 1412. Pcietcd in Grcat Bntaia . i . _ .er+ - . VI 1:e9-73 :OT.hTiC ~h1lll~t~~' '" •~ ~ _ ' S.P~ A. 1~ , .,..... ..._ , :,. . i i ' i l3 i Ld f ' A i h R b Z • acturcrs csoc at on ttcc t u anu r s bcr ~ 14clntcr of Hratth Ad~•is^ry Cor~m ~ ....,, Ncalth Tescarch Unit Birmin ham :. . _ t , f_ .. . . . . _ . , . . , ..._ , • y =~:.. .. Escenttally, they arc a etass of comp ounds conta ining a bcnzcne ring to which an THC AttostArlc amincs occupy ;i forcmost position in the study of carcinogencsis. th }adney pclvis to t!e prosiaic urcthra may become aftectcd et<. 0 1.0 0 41 0 0 9 7 0 ,0 . . • - _ . _ .. . . . . • . . . ~ -- - amino group is atta~Wd. All the available evidence to datc points to the bladder as _ h f c tract g the maint rrsan; but any part of the lining ccils of t rom targe renal '
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399 C Aroma tlc`cot*L~cir.2as-. - 50257 0415 Clar, ::rich Julius, 190~?~- Yoh-c3clic hydrpcarbons thy, F. Clar. lVith a cbapter OIl CalT ;IIoa,pne:,;s by Rez ;aa Schacantnl. Londo n, New York, Academic Press, 19frI- v. llius. Z: cm. Includes UlGl/oe apbies. l 4 1. Aromatic compounds. i. TiUe. 1 i QD331.C6 {^j 5-.7.6 63-133.02 , t. ~ Library of Congress L-i-11 ---~--°-- 0 t~Cl Q i t t; 0'1 y fl 9 i
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50257 0419 (~C 459 F ~rou:~~tic cc,L:~.cuuds. Fricdel, Robert A Ultraviolet spectra of aromatic compounds [by] I:obert A. Friedel iand, :1lilton Orchin. New York, Wiley E1951, vi, 52 p. diagrs. 27 cm. _ Includes bibliographical references. 1. Spectrum, Ultra-violet. 2. Spectrum unalysis-Tahles, etc. 3. Chemistry, Organic. i. Orchin, Milton, lAii- ;oint author. is. Title. QC459.F7 535.84 51-8747 Library of Con, ess i J [53o27] 0 i a 0n t; 09 7 1 3
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. 50257 0417 iP 983 Fe ~/~..~"~-.-...~y ~la?IItp(?llA{t5l "~rrC`:11LC1 = LE i r .Lxe.a a~! .ae~•~~^ • :.~ S~Si ~+Zc, ~IZO: ~Ch.L us..'u NdtY1wi~i I rOv ~ r: .. r L 1963 , i.ri,4, page& U;ic,re LT3rico Haepli, Mila~, ILal~ 0 a,.,.....,.._~..'...... ., j1
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.50257 0420 ; - _ ~ ~ , ~ . ., 1 ~ 4 --Fxc~uatic Gerarde, Horace W Z'osicolc~y aiid bzcwhemistr3 of aromatic h.-drocarbons. Amsterdann, \e-.,v York, Elsevier i ub. Co.,196C. 320 p. illus. 20 c3n. (: tsevier monoe apbs on toxic agenta) Includes bibliography. i 1. Hydrocarbons--Tozicology. 2. Aromatic bydrocarbons. RA1r35.G4 r-1.\ 615.35 6(r-165J4 $ ~ Library of Congress i1o1
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- T f FLAVORANTS/GENERALLY RECOGNIZED AS SAFE/ AROMATHC COMPOUNDS% , 50257 0418 TP 9F1 flavor .and _ agrance 29~'. Materials -1J81 WorldwIde reference list of mate~~als used iu compounding flavors and fra~ances Compiled by the Cbemical Sources Association, Washington, D.C. Allured Publishing Corporaflon, Wheaton, IY]3nois, USA , . , - ---- - E_ . %.I 0 1 a 0 n0 0 4 7 1 2
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hkl- •'-, , 50257 0424 QD {ro=iatic c::posnla. k Nigridichiana Yarltkes. ; Oroanie eyntt:esis., Ner York, Reincold Pub. Corp. (195i- v. 2t cn. Includes bibliograFhies. Contents- :ee ::aia :nTry. ~ 1~ 0 t~ v Q9 7 i 8
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50257 0423 QD 117 Ko 1975 NITRO COMPOUNDS/NITROSO COrL°OUNDS/IIYDROXYLAMINES/HYDRAZINES/AZO COMPOUN'DS/ AZOXY COMPOUNDS/AROMATIC COMPOUNDS/AAlINLS. :/.ALIPHATIG' COMPOUNDS/ AZIDO COMPOUPIDS/ORGANIC N-OXIDES/OXI2•;ES/AZIRIDINES, AZETIDINES/ CARBOXYLIC ACIDS,AMINO/A~QfONIUM COrTOUNDS/NITRILES/THIOCYANATES/ CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC-COLLECTED WORKS/ A Critical Survey of Proven Methods. and Their Application in Chemistry. Natural Science, and Rledicine Editor-in-Chief Frieclllelna Korte Vnh~m.. F.i:en.e 01 0 0 a 0 0 9, 7 Volume 6 C-N Compounds Edited by F. Zymalkowski Academic Press NewYork • San Franckco • Londoa 1975 Georg 11iieme Publishers Stuttgart 71
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r. + CARBOIIYDRATES--RFACTIOtr PRODUCTSfARQISATIC~~0~0UNDS/' SUGARS/ 50257 04.25 79 III Rel R. J. Reynolds Tcb3cco Co., P.esearch & Development Departments, S.P. Science Inforlr~ak~o:l Division. RP.ACTIONS OFt~A'f~10:3IA (or AFNOhIU"i SALTS, ETC.) WITH CAI:BOIIYDRATES. A Collection of references & papers. March 22, 1979 I oi0 ona~~lry
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~ 50257 0421 V ...: VOL.11, NO.3 Research Comm *cations in jl;:,Y'i975 Chemical Pathology and harmacotogy AROMATIC COMPOUNDS/ 78 II Ge LIVER REGENERATION A^a I2~LUENCID BY TtiE STRUCTURE OF AROMATIC AND~fiETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS Leon L: Gershbein Northwest Institute for Medical Research, Chicago, Illinois 60634 • ABSTRACT . The effect of aromatic hydrocarbons and derivatives and heterocyclic agents administered s.c. daily for the first 7 days or as dietary supple- ments was ascertained on the extent of liver regeneration in partially ~ hepatectomized male rats over a period of 10 days. The monoalkylbenzenes proved ineffective by injection except for ethylbenzene and possibly n- propylbenzene and the introduction of the double or triple bond in the side-chain as exemplified by styrene and phenylacetylene, led to little change over the respective controls. A number of noncarcinogenic hydro- carbons accelerated the regenerative process but much higher s.c. dosages were required as compared to the carcinogenic hydrocarbons. As tested by ~e d~ ~et y Lut~~ thf o~imua effect among the phenylmethanes was reached I lJ (~th`8ip~~nylmethane, toruene, .ri- and tetraphenylsnethanes and the Sn ar- alog, tin tetraphenyl being inactive. With the diets, carcinogens ac °T - ... fff''
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-- ~ 50257.0427 'Ref Iqll III, ?t. A. 1251 ,~ 'Fco ~ : ~ Rodd, E. H. ad. Chemistry of carbon compounds; a modern ~ comprehensive treatise. Amsterdam, New York, Elsevier Pub. Co., 2nd ed., 1964 -/9&7/<-J.. // ~ v. i11us. 23 cm. C' {:?'1 . tir. /- t~ t, L~ C, ~j F j:,T. rr- c ~ 4 ~ 1~ 0 n 0 0 9 7 2 1
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50257 0429 I p,romaL'ic ~ 5nycfer, J':rna P. (ed.) VoI. 3. A Series of I2~:?a?~F~DUfl) l959 571 r8;;' 3 r'.cadelaic Press- he:~s Yorl: 0 o n o 0 9 7 2 3 f ,
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QD Ilk` ` 50257 0433 ~ 501 ~ Ad ~ ~ i 1 Aro^...3tic ;ca-~pounds--Aj k..iation; v«--.]:0. Ad°awnces :-1 cavl3..:;;s and .:'..ated s~~~ V. 1- 2'exi 1o-zh, .Acz.'o~2_ _ y. a11L:;. ' :';: C-". ~1. Ed~~ors: 19"-3- .... K. 0 727
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: 50257 0K31,-. , L OXIDATIO:J/ARO*tATIC 'C0%f?OIDTL`S'/POLYMERS & POLY`tERIZATION--DEGRAIDATION/ HYDROCAP.BONS--OXIDATI0,1/ , 1 r6RGAhIC CHEPIISTRY, A SERIES OF TtO/.CRAPHS, VnLIME 40 Series editor: 281 `t~~' e NGIL ET ' ® ~ {t G0... N Wa 1979 HARRY H. WASSERMAN Department of Chcmistry Yale University New Haven, Connecticut ROBERT W. MURRAY Department of Chemistry University of Missouri-St. Louis St. Louis, Missouri . ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1979 A Subsidiary of Narcourt Bracc Jovanovich. Publishers A t 0 0 n 0 09 7 25 Harry Ii. Wasserr. 11
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50257 0430 -~.__.~.~.._._.... Ref. HJ 6081 Un Aromaxa.c:.eampounds;~Scheci. -~k,. _~_. United States Tariff Cosmiazsslon SL^.'y::.rcl.~.'S 0; T:ZtiiS A:3D 't'.LF:IFF I.:FAMA.TI 'Jti, PRr.Pl,?,F-o I.1 Tc.:.`tS 0F xl::. VLRIFr sCIIEuL"L::S il7 THL UNITED STATES tiSITS).Sc::ed.1, VOls. Schpct. 2, Vols. Sched. 3, L'oZs. SchEd. 4, Vols. Sched. 5, Vols. Sched. 6, Vola. Sched. 7, Vo1s. 1966 Fc~2s . uasaingtoa, D. C. ; o~~ o~ 0 o ') 7 2 4
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Aramtic: ca:.potuads--Biosi'=~:he4&s. u.> 15 Ad`•ateces in carbohydrate chemistry. v. 1- I:ew Ycrb, N. Y., Academic press ine.,1J45- , v. diagrs. 23} cm. annual. Editors: 1945- NV. W. Pigman, M. L. «'oifrom. 1. Carbonbydrates-Tear-books. i. Pigman, William Ward, 1910- ed. ii. Wolfrom, Melville La.crence, 13G0- ed. QD321.A2 547.3 45-11351 Library of Congress j5Gg2l 0 1~ n n A i~ '~ % 3 i
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i t . REP ~-----_ _-~ . 50257. oa 28 ; . , zsiRo RODD'S CHEM.ISTRY = ~ 1974 QF CARBON COMPOUND S . A modern comprehensive treatise TIO%, 1 SECOND ED I i1 Edited 6t- i, `- ~..._ , ~. ... ~.. . ~ . - ! ~ 41 .i. on a.~~ 7 2. 2 ~ t VOLUME III P~RT BV ,.,~~ ~ AR^OMwTTC Brnzoquinones anrr'fated compounds: Derivatives of mononuclear ben- ztnoid hydrocarbons with nuclear substituents attached through an elen:ent other than the non-metals in Groups V I and-VII ef the P:.riodi: Table ..XLSEVIER SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING COMPANY ' AriSTERDAM LONDO% • NEW YOA[ 1974 , . ...~,._..~.~..~---
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T i' 5~3 Fe Aro<natir. 50257 0445 Fenaroli, Giovanni LE SOSTANZE AROMATICHE, VOLUME PRIMO, SOSTANZE AROMATICHE NATURALI (Aromatic'Compounds,Volume 1. Natural Aromatic Products) 1963 1004 pages Editore Ulrico Hoepli,'Milan, Italy 7 3 y ,
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50257 0438 I .:rce.::-tic coa~par:rad~--~.zosyc~t~esis, v.:_71~~ O 0 i c) 0 () 0 0~~ 3 2
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I 1 .•J ~lroar~t~r::, ccu,pc~~ncis-:-C~rcf.-~.^~enf c-aCLiyity. 262 H .,,. ~/'' •r... ,._ ,~ LLLat41N~~G..n.Yli~~1.. CSf:J ~~ 1 tC t.:C:...a ,iy 7• C. r n.' ,.;p .,.; Lzi:;:lC:3 ~. Th±tr~1~ ~r { t 0 I o i~~ o tl o 0 9 73 6
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50257 0436 ~ Ir .'?'r3 l i[!' CS7 :13i Gl1~'TI~~~113f:3li'":L~e.''~'f.`rS'~.i~fC'j -?. ti ~ti ' i-P Rodd L y; 110.4 1/ , ChemL~try of ca:bnn compounds; a -.nodern cornprehensire treatisE;. A.msterdair:, Ne,.r' I'c,rb, Flsecier Pub. Co., 195I_ v. ulus. 23 cm. Co'rMNxs.-v. 1. pt. A. Gene:aI introduction and ailpratic ro_m- pounds. pt. B. ~11p5atic ccmpounds. Vol. IT A&B. AlicyCllC Compounds Vol. III A&B. Aromatic Compounds 1. Chemistry, Organic. ~ Carbon compounds. QU251.R6 ; ~. 547 51-14658 rev C Library of Congress 1r56z% ~ : f ~ n i tIO Of1#a9730
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. .~i1k,"•.v-- 50257 0434 -ASTM s%andardaa''•t.5~,~ ~'--~ American Society for Tcst~nb Materials. Book ot A. S. T."M. standarus includinb tentatives. 103J- PhiladelPhia. v. in illus., plates, dia„rs. 24 cni. Triermial (1J44 nnd 1f)-itt biennial) with supplements issued In the intervening years. Formed by the unton of Its Book of A. S. T. 3iL standards aad Its Book of A. S. T. M. tentative standards. Title varies slightly. Cover title, 1J3J- : A. S. T. DIX standards. Issued 1J3Jri;5 In 3 pts. a year ; 194&-43 in b p;s. ; 1J13- in 6 pts. 1. Ena neerine Societies, etc. 2. aiateriels--Testing. T A401.:~G33 " N 40-1G~ 1L* Library of Cona ess 'k4/ 1aJr31us10t 0 r ~; o ,, U 0 9 ! .~ ~7
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'-7S0 .YMES/~.BSCTSIC ACTD/GER2~INATIOi~/ •3'LANT CFLLS AND TISSU3sS--CULT~L~P.E/AL'NINS/ ~ GRO~T1I PRO*tOTI'~G SiJBSTANCES /ENZYMES--PLA~V~S /AROMATZC 'COMTOIIN1)S'; :MOSYNi'EiES•~/; ~ FU:dGI/ • 1.- -~ 71QKAn ANI~~,A~L REVIEW O~' VOLU~IEZS ~ RUSSELL L. JONES, Associate Editor : - - University of California, Berkeley ANNUAL REYI&WS IrIC 41" EL CJ1MiNO WAY pALO ALT'0. GLIFOMIA 9U06 i .• ~. t . 1973 WINSLOW R. BRIGGS, Editor - ---- . ~ .. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Stanford, California PAUL B. GREEN, Associate Editor 1974 I Stanford University
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Ilk, -``- I 50257 0447, q1) . 471 S I a J 8 AromptAic Rireitwieser, Andrew, Jr. $ MOLECULAR ORBITAL THIORY FOR ORGANIC CHEMISTS. 1962 4 9 p. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New YorK t r '~ 1 0 1 13 0 0 0 0 `~3 7 4 1
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. . a . v. 50257 0426 1 Rodd, E H ed. ! QD " Chemistry of carbon compounds; a modern comprehensive ~251 tre:ztise. Amsterdam, :v e~w York, .Elsevier Pub. Co., 1951- tR v. illus. 23 cm. CortrracTS.-v. 1. pt. d. General Introduction and alipbat[c com- pounds. p» B. AliphaLlc con:pounds. Vol. II ~.1iCyCZi~ Cor:pounds ~ol. III A&-E~. Aro!ratic Compounds 1. Chemistrf, Organic. 2. Carbon compounds. Q]}351.R8 (-,-\ 547 51-14655 rev . Lfbrars of Cona ess ~~ jr56x%
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50257 0444. HALOCARBOi.S --Y63{ICnL(1CY/ AP.nuATIC ° C(~(P~ithIDS~"~F~IVIROIv'M~IV'I'AL`~~ASPEGTS!~/ POLYT3R0'1INATED F3IPIIL•'NrYLS/:IYDRnCARI;ORS, HALOGENATED ARO`L'1TIC/ ENVIRONMENTAL IiEALTH/PESTICIDES--TQXICOLOCY/?dATER--POLLUTIO.I/ ' '~POLYCIILORI~IATFD BIPIIF.IJYLS/F • DIOXIN(TCDD)/ RA 1242 Ne 1979 11 PERSIST Et 14T POIS®1®TS Chemical Pollutants in the Environment IIET;SICIDES--TOXICOLOCY/ CARC I"roCEt:IC ITY / I, i^fU. iOLCX;Y / Mary-Jane~Schneider, Ph.D. The New York Academy of Sciences New York, New York 1979 o~ o 0 a 0 0 4 73 a - . ._~-- ~,~ •.o.
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50257 0446 ~ ~ Aror~~i.;.c. C'c~~go,ads---Isor~erizztior..:- ?rogtiu-; V A [someriz;ztion of aroiaatic compou.^.ds by, V. A. I:optyug. ?~.~dit(-d by N. N. Z'oro::atsov, Jr. TraiLslated from Russian by L. AfancleL .,Yerusalem, Israsl Program for Scientific Translations. 19,35. , Z, 181 p. 1111:3. 25 Cm. At head of title: Academy of Sciences of the USGB, Siberfan D,,+pt. Labri on t. p.: Publis`,ed. in the U. S. A. by D. Da?ey, Kew Yor::. IndudeQ bibliugraphiea. 1. Isomerization. 2. Aromatic cumpounds. z. Title. Qll313)I.IL613 547.6 Libracy of C;ongres,3 ' t4-11 o i noc~oa9 7 4 o 65-8075
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5,0257 0432 L'~I Ya T•0C A.4,0 fWt RAIACySIs.. C~rrsR7o~'A`RIdy~~7tFq.R~tr6 FiK.~E ~'i`t.r!o i Ij6' TXG .. y wA f~ t ~ ~ p Determination of Organic ~ Coinpounds: Methods ; ; and Procedures FREDLRICK T. WEISS . sk.a Dcnr.,,.,+ c...,.., .CNEMICAL ANALYSIS A .SF.RIFS OF DtONOGWIItS 0:1 ST:AGV77CAL CI:F_16STIiY A\1) {TS APCLl:A2IOX$ ~ ~ ~ r) Q9 7 2-6.... 'OT.Lfi7E 32
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50257.0448 I ~ TP ~ 983 Fe I Aromatic t;ona~ouu~s--Nor.ei~ciztu:e `;o51'I4~rz:; ARo1~+~T~cyE N'.:ti[~'~'•? 1963 a!n A a 0 0 9 7 4 2 I
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ltkl" - ti'- , QD 258 1~ N,Iasa, Paul de, cd. ?1toleciilar rrr.rranrennonts. York, Inter-science Pub- lishers ;3:1G3-6z4 2 v. (aii, 1_'-4-4 p.) aiag^s., ta+~les. 24 cm. Bibliogranhical f<wtnotes. 1. Rearrangements (Chemis'.rv) Q.D25S.Ai ; 1 547.139 ~ Library of ConFr(?a ~r64t5~ 63-8330 rev 01 C) 0 ii Ll G) 'l 4 4
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50257 0441. Chnpter IX The Pooenesis of Aranatic 1 ... ..-.i . .. . 0 fl Substances John IY. Corcoran and F. J. Darby -- 1. lntrodcct;on . , . A. 1hc Shilimic Acid Pahway , . 431 . 432 111. A:ia,:ctl.ncous Btoycnescs . . . IV. Conclusion . . . . . . R. l l.c Pd.ykctidc P.oute . . 435 11. 1 t.c K.aaions of Aronuuc Rir.;, Biosyndx.;is . . 440 A. Aiotutic Conrtrounds .ia St.ikrmic and Chorisruic Acids . . . , . 440 It. 1 he 1•uty4ctide Path to Arornatie Compounds ..t4d xc:crcnces . , , . . 471. . . 475 476 1 { 1. Introduciion . . Two main pat:rways apparcr.tly exist for the biosynthesis of aromatic eorro- rounds: oarr via shikiaic acid, and one via itrai,ta<itam poi;ozo acids or esters. Orly rccently h.rvc tl:esc aiternati.es t•ecn rr:opi:cd and in.estiEatcd by I::bclinc tc:hn,y:rcs. htorc is kno..n about thc si.ik:mic :c;d route in tcrnt: of1%olated Rletatw!iC intcrmediatcs:+nd sWdies on thc actuai enz~irnes irwrnccd. l l.is is not surpri •iur contidenrtr thc m: ny po%!.il•k reaetions and imohcd hr tii• Ita cu.7c riutc. Wh.lc t;,c r.tany coC T: oducts of Q•' 1~'r rt~:r. ,~ wcl•~c'n:Y ten~~. is tntur..rrii:ur. ar: s:~il rac,.,ly
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50257 0453 'A.T4G-wL.? C rpSc:ticns.: Badbe-, Geoffrev Malcolm. '3:'ha strizctl:rrs :C reactions nff the arcmitic compouilas. C:ur:bridne ,l;nr.1 University Pres_,13,:•t. 456 p. i:.Ius. 23 cm. .1 1. Arou:atic compounds. r. Title. QD331.L2 Library of Congressc U ! 0 40 ao9 7 4 7 - , 54 725 ~ 110, 54--3317 Y
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,Vkl•-V-- 5025? .0456 l~l ~Le2 3 !1968? I arcrmatic Co•,apounds•--SyntheLis : 13:~'s.^.-vo.-d, 3. C. 0'rt ,ic..r ,t ~, ~- •} r. r~ lr^t r,.~ti7 ~ C.J.~i ~.t.I1• .-,J lai 1+~ J. C. Undrswo, G, U. G. Le:e4o, C. 0. ta.llits _ c-:~1 Rese^rcn 211, 151--3.v4 (1553) o t rIonoo9750
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50257 0465 t Aresatic compouads--Liitraviolet spsc.trosceny. `u?EkP;, L-7k2'1G' .,, 'I•i:E L.'.= Or 'I',ono2rz;,Ins or,'6r-._:tit 4443 p. M3cP,+f i.lr:a Co. ~' :r ~ozk 0 0 i 0 0 6 0 04 7 59
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-tkl ' -`- ` 50257 0463 fo- ;+'.~o; Murray, Arthur, 1913- Or~ nr.ic synthes.es ~h ith isotopes tby, Arthur Murray, iir, and D. Lloy dWilliams. New York, Interscience Publishers, 1955- v. 24 cm. Frrata slip inserted. Includes bibliographical references. 1. Cheraistry, Organic-Synthesis. 2, Isotopes. iWillianis, David Lloyd, joint author. u. Title. QD271.Di9 7 Library of Congress 5I7 58-9219 ~ Q 1 1~ 4 n t~ ~i ~~ 5 7 171
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QD 2'02 Ax'or,.:tic' Cocupo+s±i-tc.--Bios-.rnthesis-, 50257 0440 SiZ1~k, G, (Gd~.) ExOJi_+:"i.:;: iAIS or A.s:t?:-falIC CrJ.`TGTATDS (3~erat.foa of t;<<ropean LSo~he~z1.cII3. SOcicti.es, 2r.d Mns;tii:.,, Vit;:na, 21-2ri Apsi1 1965, Vol. 3) 1Jv6 142 Nige^ : zrg=oa Prass 6xf ord r~onn~9 73 4
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, 5025T,0a62 L• Ckj pA`' CHLOROGENIG ACID--BIOt Y!`'THESIS/Ft.AVONOIDS--BIOSYN'1'tiB51S/ ENZYMES--RIOSYNTHESIS/ AROMATIC COMP4IINnS--SYNTRESIS/CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--BIOSYNTHF.SIS/ STEROIDS A,ti`D STF.ROLS--BIOSYNTHESIS/CAROTENOIDS/TERPENOIDS/ VITAMINS/ C0*.JMARIN--RIOSYTTTHESIS/_, ENZYMES/ OD 262 We 1980 THE BIOSY?vTHFSIS OF AROMATIC COMPOUNDS - ULRICH WEiSS National Institutes of Health B•thesda. Macyland j. MICHAEL EDWARDS The University of Conaecticut. Stosrs A Wilep_Intezscience Publiactioa JOHN WILEY & SONS. New York • Chichester • Brisbca. • Toronto l - ~ p (.1 0 0 9 7 S 6 . ~-- -
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50257 0469 QD 251 Sp 1974 Arotnatic`and"Heter"oaromatec' Chemis<<y ,_ ~ Valumac 1 A R~view of the Literature Abstracted betvveen July 1971 and June 1972 Vpiume,l_ Afieview of the Literature Abstracted between July 1972 and June 1973 A Specialist Periodical Report The Chemical Society Burlington House, London, W1 V OBN 3 0 0 n c~ o ~ y0
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/ 0 1 I'7d-tiU lu-.3y-tl0 1 50257 0474 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOG' ! PL.UORESCENCE EXCITATION AND'£MISSION SPECTRA OF OLYCYCLIC y71ROd3ATIC HYDROCARBONS IN AN ATMOSPHERIC FLAIME D. S. Coe and J. I. Steinfeld Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Center for Health Effects of Fossil Fuels Utilization, and Energy Laboratory INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM O D. Coe, J. Steinfeld - DISTRIBUTED FOR INTERNAL MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY. MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED. ' 0 1 a 0 na 0 -} 7 6 8
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ALKENES/ALKANES/AItOAfATIC-IiYDROCARBQNSf QC 457 Co 1977 ARCHER 1, ~ HALOGENATED HYDROCARB~NS THE COBLENTZ SOCIETY, INC. ~. CLARA D. CRAVER, EDITOR t ~ A SPECIAL COLLECTION OF~NFP.ARED SPECTRA 50257. 0.473 ~ ./ from ~ witb partial support from THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON ATOMIC & MOLECULAR PHYSICAL DATA and THE NATIONAL STANDARD REFERENCE DATA SYSTEM Cbpyric~ht W77,Whc doble9tz SO:ietf, Inc. f ~I POB 9952, Kirkwood, MO 65122 ! . .. . . ...• . . , •._ SIe e >I .
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TOBACCO--SMC u': L FAR HYDROCARBONS/ so2s7'oaba - ` AIR--POLLUTION--PARTICULATE MATTER/ WATER--POLLUTION/TOXICOLOGY/CHEMISTRY, ANALYTICy-ORGANIC/ ENERGY SOURCES 0F PNA/ MUTAGENICITY/CARCINOGENS/ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ HY4~OCARBONS POLYCYCLIC /COAL/ POLYCYLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS ' ' ENVI RONMENTAL HEALTH REVfEW fCRUMATTC'`CbI~tPOUNDS--TOXICOLO~~I ~~2 HEALTH IMPACTS OF Pu l 1981 " POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC - I ~ HYDROCARBONS Edited by A.W. Pucknat NOYES DATA CORPORATION .Mc nido.. N.w d.n.r. USA. 1161 p 1 C1 Q n Q 09 7 5 t3
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1 50257 0477 AIR--POLLUTION--CARCINOCENS/ - _J TOBACCO--SMOKE--FENZO[0]PY_RENE/TOBACCO--SMOKE--PRECURSORS/SYNTHESIS,ORGANIC/' CANCER--CAUSATION BY POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC'IIYDROCARBONSZ CANCER--RESEARCH/ TOBACCO--SMOKINI',--HEALTH EFFECT/ OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH/ COMPUTERS--CIiEMISTKY/ ' HYDROCARBONS,POLYPtL'CT;tAR%TnEACCO--SMOKE--POLYNUCLEAR HYDROCARBO*iS/ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTII/PYROLYSIS/BENZO(a)PYRENE/TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS, SMOKING AND IIEALTII/ • • , Carc~nogenes~s- A Comprehensive Survey Rc Volume 1 261 ~ Fr 1976 Potynuclear:Aromatic Hydrocarbons, , i r Chemistry, Metabolism, and Carcinogenesis Volume Editors , Ralph Freudenthal, Ph.D. Associate Manager Pathology, Pharmacology. Toxicology and Animal Resources Section Battelle Colunbus Laboratories Columbus, Ohio Peter W. Jones, D. Phil. Associate Manager Organic and Struc:ural Chemistiyr Section Battelle Columbus Laboratories Columbus, Ohio .. 0 1 a G a u0 ') % 7 1
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% 50257 0478 TOBACCO--SMOKING--PASSIVE/AIR--POLLUTION--CARCINOGENS/ 78 X Gr '- RJR CLASS NO. PAYPHLET 78 X Gr Grimmer, G:; Bohnke, H.; Har~e, H. P. (Biochemisches Inst. Umwelt rcinogene Ahrensburg, Ger.) - PASSIVE SMOKING INTAKE OF~LYCYCLIC OMATxC'"HYDROCARBONS1 BY BREATHING OF CIGARETTE SMOKE CONTAINING AIR: *(Zum Problem des Passivrauchesn: Aufnahme von volycyclischen aromatischen Kohlenwasserstoffen durch Einatmen von zigarettenrauchhaltiger Luft.)* • Int. Arch. Occup. Environ. Health 40, 93-99 (1977) (in German with English summary) . *Keywords:* polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, smoke, constituent; benzo(a)pyrene, smoke, constituent; carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent. 0
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YWt.l':OLS--CkiRO*iATOGRAP1iIC A.'vALYSIS/CHROMATOGjWi31C A:3l+T_YSIS--GAS CjiROPIATOG::ePIIl/ j ISB:ERAVIOLET AB,S0:2PTION SPECTROPIIOTO:SETK1'/ AIr• -POLLUT'ION--,,,2.YSIS/ .. . __ _.. ._. . ....~ Final Report _ (February, 1969 - December, 1971) 73 111 Rri Rapid Methods of Analysis for Trace Quantities of .~~olynuciear 4%ouk*c3~g;qrn.:atdott~ 2r.d Phenols in ~.1li~to~nobile E~c`iaust, Gasoline, and Crankcase ni ] - ~.'~%: - n 12 68.') - ~ _ .;f CKC-APftAC Prodect CAPE- R. A. L'rown, T. D. S~.*a r 1•, W. H. King, Jr., W. A. Dietz and J. M. Kelliher It Esso Research and Engineering Company , . Linden, New Jersev • P 1 n ': ~.~•-~R73 ~ .:'; ~TE.~~; _ ~i'•UCC::~'r.tlt, y~C:G?1t!; ~ i tf.li, 1'i~, . 0!:~ t3 t1 ~ d~7 6 6
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50257 O+t91 . FISHES--DISEASES AND Pi STS/NEOPLASMS--CONCRESSES/CAINCF.R--CAtJSATION--ENVIRONAtENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL CARCINOGENS/[,IATER--Pt7LLL~TION/BEiv'ZO(a)PYRENE/A*tI`IES,AROMATIC/ AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/HYDROCARBONS,POLYCYCLIC--CARCINOCENESIS BY/ RC Pr* ogress in Experimental 267 Ho 1976 Tumor Research Vol. 20 ~ Series Editor: F. HoMStrxGF.x, Camliridge, Mass. 1 , f Z'L1I11or s lla AqttatlC Animals Papcrs prcscntcd at thi-kmposium on 'fuciors in Aquatic Animals. Cork, Octobcr 1974, and othcr o6ginal papers in this field Yoluntc Editors: CLYDE J. DAwr, f?ctlusda, Md., DANTE G. SCARPeLLI, and Sta-roN R.1\'rt•uNGS, Davis, CaliG S. Kargcr • Bascl • Munchcn • Paris • London • Ncw York • Sydney ai ~1 A n t', 0 I
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, ik" -•- _ 50257 0467 ~ i . . . • • . . . .. ~ ~ ' L: OA • lilr. C1M (JUl i' : ~ +71 I XX w-D-ai3-74 two ~I •3yL Les aro-mes des vins et des efaux-de-vie Leur formation et leur evolution PLAN DE -TRAYAIL ETABLI I A L'DITENTION DES RAPPORTEURS NATIONAUX par P.' RiBEREAU-GAYON , Itrntoaat;rtoN ~ Notions d'aromcs et de bouquets. Les substances odorilhantes. A cotE du css gEnEra1 des vins de table traditionnels, on distinguera difiErents cas particuliers tels qut : tins de cEpages aromatiques (Muscat), vins de types oxydatiFs (Rancio. Mad2re) et vnns oioussetu (Champagne). . ~~l/ :- I~ PARTIE. - MLTRODES EXPiRJMENTALFS D,ETtIDE T. - Siparation du constiluants volatils par cbromaloyrapNe en p/easc faz«ae. 1.Introduction • - 2. Choix dcs colennes ' 3. Injection directe du vin et des eaux-de-vie • 4. Extraction par un gaz inerte , =~ 5. Extraction par un solvant ~;.•`- . .
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FLAVORANTS/ ' ` AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/ ` GRAS(GENERALLY RECOGtlIZED AS SAFE)/!TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/. - _ Scientific Literature Review of Aromatic Hydrocarbons in final report ` 502S7 047 6 . Flavor Usa9e Volume 1. Introduction ond Su.mmary - 192°-1Q's TP . . 983 T.,{,lec ,f rlnfn RI{•~linnr .. .- nn~tv ; Fl -- -: . ., . . . - - - - - b .. 1978 . .,)c.. . . . • Flavor• and..Exiract.Ma.pqfac.turers' Association of th.e- . United States . • . .. . . -•~ • . . ?his monograph contains a collection of data from the published ' literature frou 1920 to date. Unpublished data from private industrY files are also contained in the monograph. TFese data cover the specific •: group of structurally related compounds designated !n the title. Included ~ ~ in this review are data on toxicity and metabolism, usage and natural . ~ occurrence in foods, and coapositional specifications. This•is s 188. page review containing 709 references. • . ~ , . • . . .. . • . a..ovuao ~r NATIONAL TEQiNIG1L NFORMATION SERVICE ILt. cvAfircNT Oi ccrrEC[ W, lnadle. vw 7I1Q ocao~~a~~~~o
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C~°,~ i:'1i(T:iuS: ti, hoyland, ` Dr.J. Cooncr. W. Dontem:i.11, fiC .267 In 197 3 Dr At.D. Cori j..iri2_ Ta]I: Dr B. Terracini. Dr H.L. • e r. • D:1IS 11' 11 r,^. . . . IARC riOIrOGF.l.PI1S ON TtIE EVALtT.1ii0:1 01' TF;I:•CAf;LZi:Cu::~:IC :tISK OF CI.E*1ICA:.S TO `'.Ai+• CERTAIs: POLYCYCLIC AP,O?tATI:, ::YDROCAR1i0i•1S A'+tiD HjTEROCYCT.IC CUMPOU^:DS. VOL. 3 Lyon, 5-11 December 1972 INTEP-NATZONAL AG•:.::CY FOR RESEARCH 0~ CANCER LYO:Y, 1973 • ::OftLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION. This publication is the outcome .of the mecting of the IARC Working Group on the Evaluation of the Carcinogenic Risk of Chemicals to Man, Lyon, 5-11 December 1972 -~-.~;'---- 0 t a o nc, 0 977b
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; NATURAL PRODUCTS, VOL. I & Ii/ 50257 0470 CIIEMISTRY, ORGANIC, VOL. I& II/CARBOHYDRATES, VOL. I/A.*iINO ACIDS, VOL. I/ PROTEINS--CHEAIZSTRY, VOL. I/ALKALOIDS=-CiIEMISTRY, VOL, i/IZICOTIW--CHGMISTRY,. VOL. :' TERPENOIDS VOL. I/HYDROCARBOIvS POLYNUCLEAR Vf'ral. ~ ~ . t v ~ ~~ + , . ~" '. 'JAROMATIC_HYDROCARBONS:I VOL'.-'I/D1ES, VOL.I/_ : . :. './PETROLEliM,VOL.I/ CANCER--CAUShTION BY POLYCYCLIC HYD20CAP.BONS, VOL. I/ PIG*1ENTS, NI:TTJRAL--ORGANI C,V(:L . II/VITAMQNS, VOL.II /STEROYD-, VOL. II /i?ORIKONES , Vol . I: LIPIDS--CIIEMISTP:Y, VOL. II/FURINES, VOL. I & II/PYRAIrIIDINES,VOi.II/ENZ'ftrES,VOL.II/' I ANTIBIOTICS, VOL. II/FERMENTATION, VOL. II/LIGNINS, VOL.II/PECTI.~, VOL. II/ QD ~ URGANIC CHEMISTRY 26]. by Ag , o r tiGaRSV . . -ZkL, ' 1.975 Departmarl ojClremistry PDDL M. M. Post-Graduatc Col:cge, b4odinagar. ?i~IST_`~~.~~ e-4 ~T A 7C j- 37.^., 323, i ' NATU~AL F-P { [For Hoaoun, Post-Graduate and ?dcdic:al S:IiJcnts oi Varions Univcrsities] ~ i , VOL: I & I I • ~~., '•sP ..- ~ „Y~ ~,,~`Td.yT''~ t .ir.i L~ J. Nv~ a.c:v ~e ~~,:~u• ei:~. 1i. S(3BY_P_SI: 3.1.:1iR ;13Ii'RUT-2 (U. P.) o t no nab ~7~i4
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50257 0487 SOLVENTS/HYDROCe'IRBON SOLVENTS/AROMA'fIC HYDROCARBONS/HYDROCARBONS,FLUORINAT] HYDROCARBONS, CHLORINATED/HYDROCARBONS, BROMINATED/NITROPARAFFINS/ SULFUR COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC/METHANOL/ETHYL ALCOHOL/ALCOHOL, MONOHYDRIC/ PROPYL ALCOHOL/ISOPROPYi. ALCOHOL/BUTYL ALCOHOL/' ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL/ ETHYLENE GLYCOL/GLYCOLS/PROPYLENE GLYCOL/GLYCF.ROL/SORBITOL/PHENOLS/ALDEHYDI ETHERS/KETONES/ACIDS/AMINES/ESTERS/ QF 123 Me 1977 IN®U.S t R1AL SOL``JENTE')' 1 fl"6PF:#DE..JVOK Second Edition (bert Mellan yIVOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridge, New Jersey. U.S.A. 1977 V~ ll G 0 00 9~€i 1
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k , ~tYDRO(;AFcTsON5, POLYrIL'CLEAR/ Buil. Org, *iond. Sante, II Mn .. -74 Bull Wld 111th Org J I~70, 43, 479-508 S.P. 5 < ~ .~.~. Polynucicar ;t~~`~ c~•rocaT- 'Onss° in the Water Environment * & MICHAEL J. SUESS, Sc.D. JULiAN B. ANDELMAN, PIt.D. l ' ~ ~ ~ 50257 0471 • I . ~ . t ~ki::av pul)•nuclcar arontatic hydrocarbons (PAII) are known to be carciftogcnic to ~' artierfls and probably to man. 77iis rcvicw is concCrlrcd wilh carcinogc,uc aud Izon-carcinv- gcxic PAN in the tirafcr cttvirofrmcnt, H•ith emphasis on 3,4-hcn:pyrcftc• (!1P) hccausc it fs ul.iquitous, is olu• of the Inost potcut of the carcinoscnic Pn /l and l,as bcc•f+ tividcly studied. iUthoegh PA1I arc formed in eonthustion aful olhcr hislt-lcmpcraturc processes, there is also cvidi•ncc for their cudoccnous formation in plcnts, which Inay cx,.laif: their ubiquity tlurcin. AltLouch the solubility of these coanpouncls if+ pure water is very low, they may be solubili:ccl by such ntatcrials as dclcrgcnts, or thcy may oNtenvisc occur ifr aqueous Jolution associatcd sv%th or adsonced on to a ti•aricty of colloidal matcr%al.c or biota, and thereby be trafrsporlcd through the water cnvirortmetrt. A notable characteristic of PA!! . is tlhcir scnsit%vity 10 ligh1. l u: s0llS_ir - . . . . . . . -fr"„'.-.~. _ v ~ n.o n Gi :o 9 ~
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TOBACCO 1HFALI'Hf'r;F•ECT~i~1nI0ACTIVE SUBSTAr?CES•--T(`XICOLO.^,Y/ W0RM'(EN'S COMPENSATION/ OCCUPAfirOr,1I: 1S75y,AS~F.~S/CA)IiTLMi%CA'MON MONOXIDE/SELENIUM/ IiYDROCARB02:S--TOXICOLOGY/ DUSTS--INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS/ENVIROV~1EIdTAL iEALTII/AI'.OMATIC RYDROCAk3O.L`~5/ TOXICOLOGY/LUNCS--DISEASES/DISI~ASES, OCCUPATIONAL/ARSENIC=--TOXICOLOGY/MYCOTOXINS/ PESTICIDES--TOXICOLOGY/CHEMICALS--TOXICOLOGY/AjETALS/PLASTICS--TOXICOLOGY/ m 579 Ha 1 N~ J '~.J V T1 \. I1 1 ~ ~RD EDITION ', f ,. ! I974 a 4' TOXICOLOGY Alice Hamilton, M.D. Late Assistant Professor E-nerita of Industrial Medicine, Harvard School of Public Health, Bostoa. Ivtassadhusetts Harriet L. Hardy, M.D., F.A.C.P. Acton, Massachusetts Clinicat Professor of Oc+nipational %fedidne. Department of Prevettive _ Me_dirine, Harvard Mledi,:al School, Bos:on, Nfa.ssachusetts • PUBLISHII~TG SCIENCES GROUP, ::`'C. `~ ... .~. 7 ~e~~' . _ .(t.. - .. : .. ,.1+ ~. . .. . C. a subsidiary of CHC Corporation _ ... . r-( .
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50257 0488 . r . FOOD--CARCI?IOGENS/FOOD--ANALYSIS/)?YDROCARRONS,POLYCYCLIC--DETERMI"7ATI0N I ; • 77 ITZ Pa J. ENVIRON. SCI. HEALTH, B11(4), 299-315 (1976) ~ ~--r~--• - DETERMINATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF POLYCYCLIC14OMATIQj HYDROCARBONS1~ IN SMOKED AND CHARCOAL-BROILED FOOD PRODUCTS BY HIGH PRESSURE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY Key Words: AND GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY higti pressure liquid chromatography, ultraviolet, fluorescence, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, PAH's, smoked, charcoal-broiled, ppb T. Panalaks Food Research Laboratories, Health Protection Branch Health and Welfare Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1A :OL2 . 0
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~ Z. Lebensm. Untcra.-For.cch.163, 1•- 311977) 77 III Ja Bestimmun ;~•on 1,2- und 3,4-Benzpyren neben anderen polycyclischcn arolnatischen I:ohlenirasserstoffen in s*eraucherten rleischwaren durch Massenfrabmentographie I 2tritschrih /ur Lebensmittel- Untersuchung und-Forschung © J. F. Bcrcrnann-Verlac 1977 Dicter Jahr und Giintcr Hollcrcr ;, l.tandcsunttrsuehunpanu tur das Gaunstficitswacn Sudbayern, Fachbcrcicn Chemie. Lothstr. 21, D-8000 Munchcn 40 f I Detrrminatio r 1,2- an(,-1-Bcnzpyrene besides Othr Po1ycyclic roma tic Hydrocarbons ~' in Srnoked Icat Products by Mass Frabinento~raphy Summary. In comparison with conventional gas chro- mato-taphic mcthods the combincd -as chromato-ra- phy--mass spcctromctry with monitoring of two char- actcristic ions (mass framen to- rn phy) allows a consid- ertble~ hor cni ~ of~ {lnal rsis ar~ an ncr as in scn4~ti~it~y hc~dct~~irlirt4~tior~of ~ic ~lyc~cli~ aromatic hydrocarbons hcnzfluoranthcnc, 1,2- and
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0 50257 0475 NITROSAMI:vES/CHE4ICALS--CARCINOGENICITY/CHLOROFORM/HYDROC.ARBONS--TOXICOLOGY/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHE'•rlICALS/OCCIIPATTONAL HFAT.TH/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ ALKYLATING A(' NTS/ARO,7A C AYDROCARBO /a ~ ~a:.. -. •. 267;; Potential ndustrial Carcinogens and utagens:•7- FI'.C. • AVTNOR(Y 7 I977 = : .• . ::; = • L M awrence Fishbein 7 : 8. PERFORMINO O(tOANIZATION I:AMF ANO ADDHE:rS National Center for Toxicological Research.1 •.-.: • Jefferson, Arkansas 72079 .. - ~ . . .~.'rr .. . ~7'~' . .....+ • ._ 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND AOORES9.._.' ffice of Toxic Substances ". ' rL LB / 1 P.~2a Agency:~~ 14.SPONSOAINGAGENCYCOOE ~ 4 .S. Environmental Protection Nashington, DC 204b0. ••*. • 'Ninety industrial•chemicals, illustrativeAof16 major classes and 19 structural sub-categories have been reviewed primarily in terms of their reported carcinogenicit} and/or mutagenicity. The compounds were selected based on factors including: their- reported carcinogenicity and/or mutagenicity, their chemical structures and relation- ships to known carcinogens or mutagens, their volume or use characteristics, and su gestedwor estimated pQtenti~ pqpul~tions at risk. ~ F~ditXori~lly~ garmaie ~sp ts~(wh re known) off their synthesis (primarily in terc of the nature of the possible hazardous trace impurities), use patterns', chemical ahd .,.,,, onvir.-immoutal nrrurrence.and metabolic fate have May-,- ._1911 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE pa7_~i9' 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION RkPOAT NO 10. PROGRAM ELE/.1ENT NO. . N A RANT N . EPA-IAt's-D4-0472 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PER/OD COVEREO'
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PkI . -.•- - ~ Summary. Polycyclic aro+natic hydrobarbons (PAH). t~hich are responsible i!or•ntost of the carcino-enic acti.•ity of cigarette nmoke %vcre isoated from smoke condensate by diaribution steps and chromcuographic mrthods. The fractions containing substances in the range fluorene to chryscn were. inccsti- gatcd by g:~schrorrato;rrphy and mass-sp~.~ctrometry•. 150 substa:aces a•ere characierizcd. Unsubstitutcd PAH. all:yl-substitutcd PAH and O-hetc.oc}:Iic' eompounds wcre identified. . _: _ .. 50257.0480 TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS/TOBACCO--T11R POLYCYCLIC ftYDROC/tRBONS/ A ' . ' I7IXa , ; ~~ : H , . : gTg CLASS N0 PPLfDHLET 77 IX H . .a . Harke, H. P.;'Schuller, D.; Klimisch, H. J.; MeiBner -... ,- ' lr, g G bu G ll k H ) V • i nd hu i i t aze amp am r en er en~ . ( rsc ngs garet . e nst tut C .,-,,. INVESTIGATIONS OF POLYCYCLIC\AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. *(Zur Kenntnis der polycyklischen aromatischen Kohlenwasserstoffe ita Zigarettenrauch.)* ~Zeitschr. Lebenstn. IIntersuch..Forsch. 162, 29I397 (1976) (in•~German with English summary) ._ *Constituents to numerous tolist* TOBACCO-•-SMOKE--POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS/
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50257.0492 ~ REF 123 Be 1965 SPECTROSCOPY--FLUORESCENCE/ / HANDBOOK,OF V /F~ U RESCENCE SPECTRA OF / AROMATIC MOLECULEST ISADORE B. BERLMAN ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY ARGONNE, ILLINOIS 1965 ® I ,. . ACADEMIC PRESS New York and London . A'r , - , ~3 1 y~ 0 1l'C 0~l ~ r3 6
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GA`~CcF--CL;.L:;/Cni:C~I'.--I?nltJi:OLOGr/llYi~t:f!C+::I;C%P2S, PCizCli•LLi.--CARCi rL(:t??•:F.SIS i'sY/ ?t1CROPIiP.Ce•:./ASOMATIC IIYDI20CARBCNS/r.A:tiCi:F--%rIRnLOGY/Rt1A TUMOR GIRL'SES/ C:!ivCER--iREATFIE?d'+'/ RC 26 7 Ad 1974 ADVANCES t~~ t:c~ited by ADVANGEOP.GE KLE•sN ( ~ Ocpartment of Tumor Bioleqy ~ /`il `CL•~R -..,. ~A, `v • • KoroGnaio In.tituter ~ ~ ~•• ~•• Stoc: holm, Sweden Volume .20-797•1 SIDNEY WEINHOUSE ACA!)EMIC PRESS N1e•w 5'ark Son Froncisco London Fel` "e'`'Kh Institute 1 M d' 15 h 1 o r U A i.M;::ery ./ /Mee..a..aa. J..e.ewd. P.fISA«. y e~co C o mvtra~ Tcmp e Phifodcfphia, Pcnnsylvonlo , IConsulling FdiPor ALEXANDER HADDOW ~ ~ Chcs'er Beatry desaorcn Institute I:uti2ute of Concer Research ~ Royol Cancer Hosp ol london, [nybnd t I ~ . ~ , • ~ . , _ . .... ~ ~ I ....-;.-.-.-~~...,.~,,,7 . Q t ~ 0 ~`t4 ~~`7 7 8~
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Qethesda, Maryland ~ternational Cancer Research Data Bank lb ALt r~ct< 0 a 9. Pcr(orminY Or~;anizatiun h:cmc and Addressa>~1__ ~National Cancer Insti tute 6. 8. Ycr(orming Ucganiz N o. 10. 1'ro{cct/"fask/worl 11. Concract/Gcant No fhe ~isting contains descriptions of'ongoing projects in selected cancer rcsear areas. The purpose of this listing is to facilitate and promote the exchange o information between cancer scientists by keening them aware of ongoing projects related to their research in other laboratories throughout the world. Research include: Metabolism and molecular mechanism of action of aromatic hydrocarbons effect of aromatic hydrocarbons on cultured cells; effect of aromatic hydrocart bacteria and phage and related carcinogen screening systems; in vivo studies of aromatic hydrocarbons; irmunological aspects of aromatic hydrocarbon carcinoger synthesis, reactions, and molecular structure of polycyclic hydrocarbons and tF, du ivt tia--Q^ 4 9-7_ $ V a i ~(tltiLlOGi;ANttIC'DATA ISIS[ET ~ CANCER--RESEARCH/ ~ 1. Ticic and tiubticlc .7(0 50257 0486 1. 1<<l.0: t :~~,. t•iCI/IC~ Dv/SL-76/35 3. Rccii.ient'•.'Aeeess PB-272 143 5. Kcport n:atc 16 Feb 77 /11 t' N d b 4 ons a c oc X' 1 1' P ' Ce-78 ~ y r ar o ycyc ic rom ~ 7. Author(a)
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50257 0499 ! P.romati.c - subs CltutioiT. - Streitwieser, 1Cndreia, Jr. MOLECULAR ORBITAL THEORY FOR ORGANIC, CHIIMISTS. 1962 489 p. John Wily and;Sons, Inc. New Yorl fl j () 0 n004 793
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. Ilk, -~ ~. n r ~ . 50257 Oa 89 RA 576 Pe 1975 'u* ~ AIR--POLLUTION--ANALYSIS/AIR--POLLU"TION--CARCII.OGENS/CArI:ER--CAUSATION BY AIR POLLUTIO. CHEMISTRY, AhALYTIC--/ AROMI.TIC ?iYDROCA.F.FONS,.'HYDROCARB'SNS, ALIPHATIC/ NITROGEN COMPOUAIDS--POLLUTI0N/ EPA-600/2-75-076 'ITLE AND SUST7TlE , DEVELOPMENT OF ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR MEASURING AMBIENT ATMOSPHERIC CARCINOGENIC VAPORS :UTMOR(S) Edo D. Pellizzari 'ERFORMING ORGAN1ZATtON NAME AND ADDRESS Research Trianqle Institute P. 0. Box 12194 Research Triangle Park, N. C. 27709 SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory Office of Research and Development ~ J; 5 REPO DAT Novem~Ter f975 ti. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 8. PERFORMING (%R(+ANIZATION REPORT NO. ~ i 'I Evaluation *Collecting 'aethods 1O.PROGRAME Air Pollution 1AA010 *Vapors 11. CONTRACT/ '*CarcinoQens 6t3-02-122a Cas Chromatography hlass Spectrometry 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED Final fi/74 - 6/75 14. SPONSORiNG AGENCY CODE EFA-ORD SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES U.S DePt. Comrierce, Nat. Tech. Inform. Serv. Analyti cal0te4hnT4uea afo ii'st&rie~)taXi ofa, 44vel oped duri nq the prev : ous Dntract year, were perfected and evaluated for the collection and analysis of U. S. Environmental Protection Agency j (' '~';/ ) Research Trianale Park, N. C. 27711 ~C f~''-t~"I I . .- ~ ._ ..._. - _-_ .....Z- -.....: .. - ......... __ •- -.m/..n..t _1~ - Th-% ?Mn?c I\f
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, -----~ ; VII 50257 0500 3 ~ Sh . , 1 Shaw, Luttilf:r IAror^atic tobacco--fertility, sgacirr, and trans- plantation stadies. Raleigh, North Carolina State College, 1954. 28 p. Bulletin 386 June 1954 o i ~o ~c:A 3794
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50257 0502 , , DarY_is, Aromatic tob~ccns instructicn for its nro- duction in the sou`,.hegstern "nitad Fi:ates, by . F. 4. I?ar::is a*,C 'obert ?attison. :-urh3^i, 194 7 42 p. 2.£ cm. t7ni vsrsity 7: obe cco No. 1) C "ulietin o r ~oc~~n9Z 9 b
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Itk<• - `- , ~_~~....y,,.,-.ti.r..c.~._,,..,. ~..._ ..~ - - - ,._.....r. . ... - 50257• 0a90 TOBACCO--SMOL:E--POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS/ CANCER--REVIEWS/CANCER--RESEARCH/CANCER--CONGRESSES/CANCER--CAUStiTION BY CFiEWICALS/ BENZO(a)PYRENE/HYDROCAP.BONS,POLYCYCLIC--CARCINOGENESIS BY/CA.*iCER--ENZYMES/FL?.VONES/ TOXICOLOGY/CANCER--BIOCfiEMISTRY/TOBACCO--SMOKE--BIOLOGT CAL TESTING/ ARENE OXIT)ES/ NUCLEIC ACID--CARCINOGENIC ACTIVITY/AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACIDS/. Thc Biochemistry of I)isease . I I Chemical Carcinoffenesis a tun..re, iary l Xeld at The Johne Hopkina ~llcdical Institutiona, B3 !' b' and World SyMPosium on .llodcl Satdies in Chemical Carri,:oyenerie (in two parts) Part A Selected Paycer Prescntcd at the Baltimore, Maryland MARCEL°DEKKER, INC. , Scries Editor Emmanuei A a~o.~ Approach to Ceu Parholo~ Fazber Temple UnirersitY A Series of 3lonoyraplts Pdiladc[pAia, Penriyaicania rt I RC I ; Yoluate 4 261 Ts 1974 3 I • Octobcrsl-Noacmber J, IY7Y I ~ Edited by Paul 0. P. Ts'o and Joseph A. DiPaolo The Jol~ni HoNkinr Unircraity Notioual Canccr In.iti tu ts Ketkerda. LlarylaKd New York 1974 i
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50257 0503 vts Cr ~ ~ Y„ }. Crcuoo, 2. h. ~ 114 ?ItaTFi c 1 r ` P. tiG;i~~1`IC '"CBACCG (:r1?Gi~:-.. r~ ~ by R, R. F3r_:~oit s ., ~-:rr ~e. D, 1,9e ar,d s , Sa ~a; , T-. vl c ~ i ; R " j • I~ort'.: ro2ir.a Stste Co1.le;;o Tobscco,RePrint Sori.oa itc. ?.1. ~ ~ Apri1 1956 ~ t~82 } { R~print of North Coroli.::a A~:"3c~ C~rcc~lsr 375 i i "r,t©73ion S2rvfcep r` ~ zsion (rav.) U 0 i AQ c30Q9 797
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50257 0501 ? 4'II 'Ma2 kr.oolaLie :.a:;1ct-ol- i::~ 1 1 i ,PctT•1~,':11P.ti MettiSoTI, J., R:. duction in Sou :; Ca:roll -,iLO, b7 .:,. :'., rrn ! Chemson Aqx2c!,! i,vr::3 C: , i..- : ,, Pc 2ti K:e 0 0 1 ~a tit103~95
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i 50257 oass 1:~~l+Us ~'1iviSJ~-iI2G~ W lY.Lt~'11..C t~ .~! IPT N7r a ~ tJ ..~. ~ ~ . . yps.aes~ t , .ic G N °' enov . Ts. V. Obretenov; K. Lagarov; _'~.tY(G4q A oniS~tir substsnecx of r.+pLcrrica, 11 .C1Rrai:rtie substanccs ~NIthr .vihl ra•,phrrrir+ huSus id,:cus and C:k • : .: lYi/lunmct( F~.:c~tla \lalliof Drninia .~arirti.•s, t~. .•. t'. Le2IIrov, .: Gcnun•, \• lktulF.l. ~•c+~rh.nt •' Klranir. 1'kaan!•n !'run-st., 1'l,wctv 1972. 1aiJ), ^7i,-9 1l3t:h;). Tho srutn. suLa.utcrv af ra,cph.rrics Ikc!•a.: tdac•u..) f:um e __ tntttural habitnt in ti•c )'i•trukAsn mg!ion 0700 in nltuudcl rud _ troru th¢ ruhivn:cd \1•ill.tmc'tr ond \7aLt.t; pruntia vsnchcs' et:ltivatcd near Beriu..citza /SfnJ in altitudrl w'.•re dctd. hv )as rhrumntug. Aunm~ t!,c ¢un*pds. tuund wcre h.JrucerlKUU,. Ncc t nd kctonc•. C;u.tt. antl qusnt. d•Itcrecurs at•r- ttxind. . ~ , ...... .. .. . .~_ . , J~ Nadtija . ~tno~0 0 4 792 0 1
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'7~.~ ~ .~~o The ,L'{ogenesis of /lromatic- Substances - - John I t: Co.cormr ond F..1. Darby J 1. 1n:rndcction . . , . , , <3I A. 7he Sh,l.imic Acid Pathvay . . . . 432 It. Tt•c Po4Actide Koutc . . . 435 Il. 77e Kca:rfons orAr.x wtic i:ing tliorynthesis . 440 A. Aronutic Cor.,, ounds .w S!, bms and Chorumfc Acids 440 B. 7hcPot)letidcPa:htoAromaticCompounds . {{8 111. Atnutl.ncous IIioycnews . . . , . .17I. IV. Conausion . . . . . . . . !75 Rclcrcnon 476 1.Introdudion . Tw•o m^in pat'twavs appatentlj erist for the hiosynthesis of aromatic cotn- pounds: o:tc via shil.iutic acid, and ot.e %i:i strai, lrt<Laor poiyoao aeids or esters. On!y reecr,tly hese ti:; sc al:ernatices bccn rccnr.nifed and investiFated by isoto;.i; labclinc tc:huirt : s. Atore is knoxn : thout L.c sl,"K,rnic acid route in lenns o"iwla:ed mete! •:•r inte: nudtatcs ar,d swd;es on tce actual enzymes invohcd.'1 his is nnt surj•:r:ac cor•:•idcri::r thc ra: nv po:••,hk rc: ctions and ccn:ip"t,nd; m.c,l%cc1 in ti.; 'Ni cn.:c routc. \'.';,ilc tiic manv crr proJuct: oC • ire s..il r; csaY 50257 0495
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50257 0508 0 -DIAZEPINES/ ~3ENZODIAZEPINES; OXAZOLE/FIETEROAROMATIC r-IMINES/N-;~1IT'ES, Ii1~TEROAROMATIC/ AROMATICITY OF IiETEP,OCYCLES/ -,~ QD 400 Ad 1974 i Advances in : I-IETEROUYCLIG ; GHErvIISTI` "'A' Volume 1 ? Acadcmic Press • New Iork San Francisco • Sub.iJiury ol Haroourt &soe jovanavieh, publ'w,as ~ ~ J~1,OJt . ~ Edited 3y A. R. KATRITZKY A. J. BOULTON &AooM o/ CArmico! &ieaca Uwicarily of Eau dwglis NaroirA, Enp(aad London • 1974 ' -BENi AZEPZ::-"S, I
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50257 0512 I i ~ ~ j i Ciar, Erich Ji;:ius, Aroanatische Iioh?er.vasseiAofie, poiycyclische Systeme. 2. verb. Aull., mkeineni Geleit.wort vun j.1V. Cook. Berlir1, Springer, 1952. 3tii, 481 p, diaors. 24 cm. (Oreanische Chemie In EinLelQar- stellunaen, 2) Bibliographicalfootnotes. 1. Hydrocarbons. x. Title. (S(:ries) . (~?D;41.IT',)CG3 D52 5-1162 52--402' ' Library of Conaress " t53d2l .....~..~,s----. : . o~non0 o9 4 G.b I
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50257 0510 1976) (in English) . • yJ TOBACCO--NITROGEN CO'.KPOUi'DS/TORACCO--OL'ALITY--NITROGF.N/TOAACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ TOy.iCCO--QUALITY--EVALUATION/ RJR CLASS.NO. PAMPHLET VI To-76 sepe VI To-76 iLeffinEwell, J. C. S.P. I (Ax'rpmaties~`tnternstional,' Marietta, Ga., U. S.). NITROGEN COMPONENTS OF LEAF AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO SMOKING QUALITY AND AROMA. - 23 p. - Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf:, 30th, paper,/Nashville, Tenn. (Oct.*13-20, 1% _ Of the more than 2800 knovn tobacco and smoke constLtucnts, approximately 22Z of this number are nitrogenous In nature. lSany of the qualitles of Nlcotiana t+~bacum are attrlbuted directly to at least a portion of these chcmical entltles. In addition, the development of flavor and aroma quality in tobacco is influenced to a large degree by nitrogen components of the leaf which give rise to the formation of both nLtrogen- eontalning and non-nitrogenous flavor and aroma chemicals via Maillard and Strecker type reactlons during curing, aging, processing and smoking stages. Faphasis will be placed In this reviev on the influence that such chemical transformatioas play In the *Constituents to nuraerous to list* C.~ `CZu/ *Note aff iliation* development of tobacco flavor. a t noo':c,0 9 a0 4
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50257 0509 x ~ ' y40a V,.-~ rrL fraQam ti: t?XyG•"5/'~ GeM * r,a ptD r, r ieN/N: tito~EN CoNtpoawo Hr DR O (}EN ia N/J1l.j'l,'.l ISTRY RAPHS Editor ltAaca.,Vew York C~1? Noo /',Q, /991 ~)litiDS. 1964 ~55 ~~ Cj:"tlSTRY, 1965 /RGANIC CHBMISTRY, ti t7RGANO- .i•Ttr,NS.I957 0 CHEMISTRY of the HETEROCYCLIC N-OXIDES A. R. KATRITZKY Unirersit}' of East Anglia Norsti•ich, EnS lana' AND \ J. M. LAGOWSKI Q~Cr7:rGtilii~rsi4,,)jOc,i4s a: Austin Austin, Texas, U. S.A.
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~r... _ cf. .. .. r. .:I; XX „eF-D-;?IM-74 Jq6 ..~,~. . 4N 137q ' '~~RCt':KtiTI'C='COmtt.1 gvVOLfPt'IOi~~;~' 6ctiL#%N 0 31E5`~ANrJ 50257.0506 .~D lbrif- .. : i ~.. ._ TR O.FtMAT'L~30 ~, t'C~~~~, tr t, ~=~-3-~0 ~ ~t~J ~ -RArPor.T AUTP.ICIIIE-N* ~ • ' par Dr. F. PRILLtNGER . • Directeur dc 1'Institut regioneI d'Ensei~nement . • • -. et de Reclie: ches par la .viticultureI et I'ar6oriculture fruitiere, Klostcrncuburq. 1ie p artie : P,'1ctliodes e:cpcrimcntales d'ctudc 1. L'ctudc des substances volatilcs dcs moists, vins et distillats alcoo- ~ _, liqucs n s pris son cssor quc dcpuis 1'appIication dc la chromato;raphic en phase Cazcusc. Cette m4thodc Eacilitc la scparation des diflercnts aromcs. La pluj.art des travaux ont ctc cxccutcs avcc des apparcils munis de r ' - i
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^n 1. PEPOcT NUMidER 271 WHOI-75-22 Ma 1975 50257 0485 L. NV V . .1-1-.. it TITLE (and Suatrrr ~ POI.YCYCLICv$t~i~£~4'-~flRO~f?f#§~ OCCURRENCE AND ANALYSIS - A PARTIAL/3IBLIOGRAPHY . AUTnOR(a) k ~Ann Martin and Max Blumer 9PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND AOORESS Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Woods Hole, VA 02543 11 CJ-ATROLLING OFFtCE NAME ANO AODRESS Office of Naval Research Code 480 1. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons 2. Occurrence 3. Analysis )J •e<~er• ir-,.....,...,........•w •!d• !f e.f •rQ ICwn ..w'Y . 9r_/_A-023 545 5. TYPE OF REPORT 6 PERt00 COVEREO Technical 6. PERFORMING ORG. REPORT NerKeER 6. CON,-RACT OR GRAVT NuMBER(s) N00014-74-C0262; NSF Grant GA-35646 and NSF Grant GES 74-22781 10. PROGRAM EL'ch+EvT.PR7JEC~. TASK AREA 6 rtORK UNIT NUM9ER5 NR 083-004 - 12. REPORT DATE January 1975 13. NUM9ER OF PAGES --J- '~z 6- 1 REPRODUCED BY ~ NATIONAL TFCHNLCAL '. ; 1NFORMATION SERVICE U.S. DEPART:`.tEYT CF COMMEfCE SPRIflGF1ELD. VA. 2::c) tlfy by D)ock numD.r) `D 1 0 0 9 7 7 9
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50257 05.14 7S1J~ 13~ ~--~ ~ , T Ann. TMu:ol, agric., 1973, 22 (2). 53-x63. Research on Fraudulent Ar-onaAA-zation-of Natural Sweet Wines ~and Basis Wines by QCorianer and Elder. '~"~ n. - _ . RTCIIERCHES SUR L'AR0MATISATION FRAUDULEUSE DES VINS DOIJX NATURELS ET DES MISTI~.LLE.S PEiR LE COlIIANDRD (COTiIANDRUb1 SATIVUIIT L.) ET LE SUREAU (`A11IB UC US A'I GI'~ e.) r c. (BAYONOVE This study forms the first step in the pursuit of an anal)•tical protocol to disclose th^ fraud which consists of imitating the aroma characteristic of dl:ascat ..incs. To this cud, coriander seed and cldcr flower are addcd to natural sweet wines and basis.vincs, the pcntanc cxtracts of -.% hich arc thcn analysed by gas chromatoyapht'. Thc method of analysing ; the results obtained takes into account tl,c diffcrcnt variants hossi-. b2c in the addition of aromatizers durino the making of wincs. It stso.vcd four non-identified volatile fractions : t%vo of which arc charactcristic of cldcr, one charactcri::tic of coriandcr and onc omn on to both. 77ic cffcctivcncss of thc ~ cthod co 1d be iucrcascd by the usc of more sclccti~•c ~ i 0 00r~0a~~ .
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. S0257 0496 Prikl. Biolchim. Mikrobiol. 10 (2) 288-294 (1974) ~ r!P!•fK:lA.1i-IaSi F)I10XIIM1•IS( I•i A1MPOt3I-IOJTOi I•ISL' T0ti1 X ~,$lfil •VQi 1974 . . 1_ P.`1 `r Determination of the Volatile Aomatic:,;.- stahcew of Sparkling Ap~1e Win YJZK G63.37 O!]PE,4EJ1Eli HE JIETYLIN:C AI)O.11ATK9ECKLIX Stlll;frCTS ' : SIGJIOLIHOro YIrPLlcTOro sIdHA .t '.i .: .~~ . t: .~. A. C. QEiIEP, A. T. BEFIliEP, Jl. A. JOPrlEP= ~; . _ A. S. Vecher - ' The paper describes a micrornethod of a-roug anal}•sis of volalila sul);tancas J ~Ua3-liquid chromato;:aphy by an illustralion of the pentaiie extract of ap,^.te spar:a:: wine made of Pe?in slfiron. On the total chromatogram I(}3 suba, nee-; --nd 33 coZ- poaads hcton3: ;~ to organic acids (ma inly volatile) ha.c been sludic.d. Fifty c:~i:t sL~- ' s:zrt;es have be::r icentiiied. A computer-aided quarititativc anah•sis has beru ul::po2:Oe rp1(meFiexxe DK:Y P.p11 1'.ccae,^.oBatiH11 aeT)•41M EeITleCTB II H1- cTofu:ee B?e>:F C03:1a ZO OCEOBV a.'1s Tea?o:1or1!9eclcoro ::Oi{Tpo:IS B Btihoae- ' :fi:H. M.:C'2b: I-}K.1 Hcro7D3VtOT JipH 31cC1c,:1LOSaHIi11 NIeTa6o.7it3.N1a FIa=o3, ~ UGc.~:.Y: b~bl::. TKaHefl }: ;NIiiKpOOpi'at?113-,:OB. OwaaNo 60 rbLCi02 I:OaI:Y:CTBO E:Lz-i;B C P,23.:Hji'tibl???t q)YHKaNO1i21bIIbi.%w rp\'r.IIamii 11 pL-37}NHO:! CTpyX= . 0 1 0 0 0 9 7 9 0 .; •. 11 (.-1 Tep>rrw:?e 6. ;.tt inI, rrlorF 6O no:; T-)oa', ricnap;l trc.rl:r)xi( irI 1.S01 3anrc_!. xPt zrt,Irr;csausr tsee ' cr+oiiern u Ko.z::, -Bwu:c rt} T--a cr I:qHriCii rJ.2Ta :! I u:i, r-.)(.':r3co;.:t., :.Ol<nu)• eCt:e;1T~ po:i.lt}•. a u3o- CLilD). Ttxusl c~~c•raasr uixor~ - Ko.1it,ec-s( pasa iin:c ri na TOS nOT2?b k F:I n2c,:eT t:Oal+t. l i) TT•: c:: it r:o.l:)iiS:2X NoG' se~lo:o pe:sn>;:, 2) 3::_Tp;; 6.S-7.9 n cr.eu I hrrx c1:ecir ;1 c. cnoea 30 t:o.10:rKax 4=wr
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. *k1•'`- ` .. _ ~ Vy . . . W 50257 0497 (4173) GASOCHROMATOGRAPHIC •IN- r'A'._3pXPOMA'TOI-PAc1DCKO j~ 1- - VESTIGATION 0(' THE A-P01t ~ . f """-" v Clfc~ E3AH~ HA ~arlCC t aST:a,.c.~ I, ~ A PO ~/t A i rc aP i ~EC-r~q nl~o ~Y ,. ~ The arunla in the sorts P,ed Deli- ~~~bn~~T`-~ cious. t;olden Delicious and Jonatan is characteristic and ~~•ell e.p:essea. , ' The predominant components de• . ; terminin;; the aruma of Red Dcli;i• . , ous are llle isobut%•I•, isoam-r•1- and ' but~•i-acetatcs. tllc rt{l~•1 butirate and - rtllvt-~at.rinatr. In the sort (iuldcn Deiiriolu the aromatic substances a• rtll~l•calcri;latc, bul~~l-prupionatr, i;u• lposaTi.T r uax:eu r aln.•1•alcoEwl. isoamil-, prop~•l- and Tos:o Iclll{nc cc luo.-~-4aua ~olntcuTpupau K0111P1t31T. ronro BipClitKrC upuay:.ru. i;obut~~l-acetates and ettlyl-butirate ne Ic+ucl:oa 1otn..•I{utTCaua oupauc,rra upcza pa:+t:ixucra \ll>:n-lccxara upilpu.: prcdontinated. In :\ieania the aro• n~r. T+1 nnpC3ClR Dp0`~:Ir~l 11 m1tiC substances are scarce a7.a.' (1o OTUOttleww O1co(luuaxTa lul l.u~t paa.ilrum upra- na za ce P:l3rpallz r~l' slivhtlV expressed. The amyl-alcohol u{Itiecslt cT.eanneuux ce tt3no~3~~dar n :iRICO{S A3t03a- rauous:nane upaitu: and saall quanti:ics of isoarr,il- and ~i:n:+:anul pearenru. f-laii-noaxo1xnt. pcare:lr ec oha:+a.ti ra:+r.u.•Iana ul re p-131 butpl•acctatec, ct.ti~•l-butiratc and pro- Ica.ziuicnuxr l:apoo{:ar [81. cac!tsa uT11iI{::TU na I,at1ol prevailed. llpn ana.•uls ua a, u~tartture sculecrxa. OTZa~.{nt oT .~spauca:{:TU n~.psv K >arn.~i;oo rns. ~1cauTU It rapxl+ep [J[ ca ao.ic4n.•ru nurc- a\'wTA. pecxn apo~JaTorpa~lil. nOtW38aut{1 elxal:LA Ra4ecTBeit - eLC7a It3leL: OU u .aAitTe aenlcCTear pa3.l{I411:1 xLT:.t. Il0 pa3aa•IeFI ti0.7114CCTISelt C1CT38. 0~ 0 0 0 0 0 9 7 9 1 ~"r~~.,r ~
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0 50257 0507 V.1-6: CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC/SYNTHESIS, ORGANIC/ ' VOL. 1: HYDROCARBONS/. • " `YlHALOGEy COMPOUdDS/ALCOHOLS/P1iE"iOLS/ETIIEPSJ PEROXIDES/ALDEHYDES/KETONES/QUIN7P.ES/ AR0:3ATICITY/Civ'.ZBANIONS/CARBOCATIONS/, VOL•. 2 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS/PHOSPIIOROUS CO~IPOUNDS/NITRITES/:JTTROSAMINES/I?•1INES/:dITRONES NI TRILES /I SOCYAN IDES /AIdItdES/A*tIPIO ACIDS/: VOL. 3: SELE:VIUIA/f ~._ •.:/ORGA:dOMETALLIC C0aP0UNDS/SULFUR COMi'OUNDS, ORGANIC/ :' ORGANOSILIC0;1 COMPOUNDS/BORON--ORGANIC CHE!tISTRY/SILICON ORGANIC CO'fi.'OUP:DS/ `: SELENIU~t ORGANIC C0:'IPOUA'DS/TELLURIUi•1 ORGANIC CO'4'OUPIDS/ VOL. 4: AZIN.:S/?~TDINES/AZOLES/'?YRIDINE.S/QL'I2:OLIN3S/NITROGF~N-•-IIETERuLYCLIC COMPOUND: • OXYGEN--HETEP.OCYt:LIC COPiPOUNDS/S'JLF'•JR--IIETE:tOCYCLIC CO'~R'OL^•CDS/ISnQUItZOLINES•/ VOL. 5: NUCLEIC ACI.riS/PROTEINS/A.*iSNO ACIDS/PEPTIDES/CAR^OIIYDRATES--CP.Y:~1ISTRY/ LIPIDS--CHE:•lISTRY/LIPIDS--BIOCH'z~4ISTRY/BIOSYVTHESIS/ALY.ALOIhS--3InSYNTHESzS/ VITAPiIN B12 /TERPENOIDS--BIOSYNTHESIS/J~ROTE;lOIDS--BIOSYNTIIESIS/VITA*iIN 'A RCP Ai~ITIBIOTICS/NUCLEOSIDES/ F0.2PIiYRIN/SIiIKI`tIC ACID ?4F:TA30LITES/ - / QD 251 CO CQ6VthREHENSIVE OMCANIIC C{4EIViISSP Y 1979 Volumo 7Atercoehomistry, Hydrocarbons, Edired by J• F. SCODDARTI( Halo Compounds, Oxygen Compounds ul+rva">srY or SHErrar° Volume ,7 Nitrogen Co,npounds, Carboxylic Acids. Phosphorus Compounds The S nihesis and Reactions of Of aniC Volume ~ Sulphur, Selan7um, Sflicon, Boron, y g Organometallic Compounds Compounds Volume ¢~ Heterocyclic Compounds CIrAIR4fAN AKD DFPITIY CIIAIRMAN OF THE EDRORIAr• 80ARD SIR DEREK BARTON, F.R.S. Volumek Diological Compaunds 0 t ~ (11Dvi.LIs.a A;~ _ J1F.R.~rr eajj ~lol~e d Formula, Subjeci, Author. DA~ ' ction. and Reagent Indexes Edited by 1. O. SlJitiF_RLAhC umvr:um or anuroa. Sdi:cd by I). P3FVfL1.G JO.YES ~ uMVCasrTY oI iHFJnfl.o EdOed by P. G. SANtntFS / nfc crnr unrvn.m . v"von/ F.dited by F. 1{ASLANt :~ unwcrzurr or Hurruu) .~. FLiurr by C. J. DRAVCON .uwws. rw_c; oxroao
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50257,0516 TOBACCO--SMOKE--CO:VSTITUENTS OF/ TOBACLO--COhSTITUEI~•TS/ ..._...-rr=•-* •.---: -'"'1'UBACCO-=ADDI'rTVES"==DETER*tINATION J""""'.'"--„_ RJR CLASS NO. TRANSt.AT7M ; . Viart, P. * i *(no affil.)* ~ ~~....."`..~..>.+Y...u....,...~.::.. W.~lM/Mrn.•r...... f 't.?: . ~, . , ~ ~ TCiBACCO•''D. TUt3ACt~~3--~S.~lOKE:- ~.; F ~ previous I Ann. Direc. Etudes Equip. SEITA 1970 (No. 8) 151-63 (1970) (in French - reference - partial English translation available) *Keywords:* coamarin, rehacco, addi*.~ve;. ~ courmarin, dihydro-, tobacco, additive; va.nillin, tobacco, additive; vanillin, ethyl-, tobacco, additive. a . 6 -. ,.-.... . •.-..-.«.~- ... -,i . ..e. _.n ..r_. i ~.. .4 ]i .._ p~-i ~ 0 n Q 0 9 ~ i ~
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50257 0511 XX 24eF-F-504-75 H. tA. Gi: T TFFOSSt FLACORIhG: METtiODOLOGICAL APPROACH. : i.'aromatisa:ion d'une specialite pharmaceu- tique consti;ue une approche delicate dont les r6sultats attendus sont importants ouis- qu'its conditiornent, en partie. 1'acc~epta- tion du rr,edicament par un public deter- mind. Seion I'age des patients concernes, sefon..tes habitudes, I'cricntation de cette aromatisation change ; A. VERnIi`M et M. FOULET (1) ont presente les resuftats d'une enquete faisant mention des prefcrences eliacto-gustatives locales dant ii faut tenir compte seion les pays. Cette orientation etant relativement definie par fe serv;ce - marketing , *le gaicniste bute imniediatement sur un certain nornbre de probiemes : la perception, 1'evatuation du fond de saveur de ia formulation 6tudiee.. -V . . ~971X 00 7 ) 15) ..Oeux cas peuvent afors se presenter : a) te fond de saveur reste znonyme sans dominante du type sale, acicde, sucrd, ou amer_ Ccs cas sont rares. b) Ie fond de saveur est teinte d'une domi- nante, acirie, salee ou arnere. Le masquaye est unc premiere operation a tenter, pour laquelle ta perception, 1'evaluation de cette saveur fondamentale sont requises. Les techniques de masquage proprement dites ont ete commentees deja (2), nous ne trai-, ,- terons pas ici de ce point. t~ 1+~ :M~'s, jwur aromatiser, il taut non seule- -- rfi:s mPlanoe a
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c I 50257 0524 ; 501 i 4 ' QD "Munor4-Sam-ss:.. Tecl-,r:iques oi radiobiochen;'sstry. . Am.f::, Iowa State Co1- 1en Pre_--s (1956; 228 p. iihis. 28 cm. 1 Radioisotopes. 2. Biological chemistry. i. Title: Ttadio- biochemistry. QD466.A7 ^^ ~ 547 66---7374 r Ilbrary of Congress ~ E5t3M 0 t~~ Q rl C1 0 ~~ ~ t~
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j IY - --- - ! Me10 (Jt. A.uthoz) 50257 0523 . ](i9ss) ~ Saisai:.r, Jaaq;;,:~s R. ~ VJ. ~` ~~,_!1 ; J':.!~l~Ja . 1~ ~-.•• P i! ~ 1 TA~.~,•r.~uILLT ~~.~:.i ~.~.~.., u; J:,cqa= R. Bciiaaier, ~ P2._xc Si=an aur Clv,iaiac Ar3a = ! BuYcp~;^.~u Jour. F:a:a-ccol. j (Na. 2) 1c5-:.S1 • ~ ~.:..~ o ~ +~~41 0 aae) 1 7
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• XX ?tcF-D-303r'73 ' 50257 0518 Fruits - Yol. 25, n' 11, 1970 , THE AP.G"iA OF PI;IEA?'PLFS. ~ ~ . . . ~.: ~."~`/-~I~OE'V~E ~~D ~: ~~~:" ~~N,~~5 ~ .~ par tID(.1PP.'GNE ( Ins[t~u[fransaisldt Rcclurthrs Jruiiiires~ Ou[rr-,t1e:, ! h~fi/J~ [L ~~~ 1rIROXS Dl 1f11l113 P. DQPAZGKE (IFAC) 7suti:, eov. 1Q70. roI.25. a' 11, p.79S-905. tESUM£ - Aoras une enurte introenetien nontrint cue 19a- r8me de 1'ananas est plus connu dans 1e puDliC des paYs ~ dLveloppts par 1'aroae des prodults cor.servss Que Da, Celui du frult frals et Rur, i_ne preciZre partle traite Ges eoaposlttor.s artlticielles rappclsnt 1'aaeaes, eer- telncs ltant ut111sses d4ji depuis 10,-,gtemps. La denzl3e+e partle plus aDCndaate rappelle tout d'a- DCrd les travg-;z relattvezen: aaciens sur.la cot:oosition d:s cetiPres •o1at11es ; une iiste d6:! importante de Soapasants avs:t 10 :de.stltlEe. _-.-..-r.-..... .~ . ' . j 0~~ t 2 0 1~~ 0 0 0
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~ XX McF-C-224-73 }ru~Is.~ot.=l1.ttr.lri:3 ; TiIR AROMA OF PASSIOI FRUIT JIIICR. n;.. R. a:l. CJ ET# . L'ARGJTE pU JUS DF GRFNADILLE R. ITUCI' (IFAC) fYuils, mai 1973. .oL 28, n•S, p. 345-401. RESU~TE - Pumi k: fruits tropicaux la Ctc•nadiPe. P4ssdJlortr tdufis f. tdulis et Pc~si~:orc edulrs f. f4x::carpa, se distir.Zuc pat 1int~nsite de 1a toluration d: sna jus, ur.e forte aciditb tt la puisunce de son uome. Ia compnition de la (netio: eotatilc du jus de' r:enadillc a Ete ctudiie Ior dwvrs eLrrcMurc dont on r.~suine ks pubLcations.On prescntc ks resulta:s d'znal~ws rralis.:rs par I'suk•ur sur d~s jus ou c uncr de dlutscs p:osrnantcs ct ayznt subi divors modas dt stGbilisatirn. la di.crrrnoc enttr Ps tcsuttats cst expDqu:e en parlie par k choir des pc:.ccd.i de tra;tement et de di~tiltaGOn des j:r; Lns eonsti;u~.:ats sast.•ptib!rs de coutribuer plus particulicrrment i 1'otigins!itc d^ t'atonw d.• cn:nadille sont prsses en ~ _~,...-_ ~.- ..,......~........_ . i ..r ~
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50257 0525 MUTAGENESIS, CHEMICAL/CARCINOGENESIS/TERATOGF.N$SIS/ SMOKING AND HEALTH/CANCER--EPIDEMIQLOGY/T.UNGS--CANCF.R--CAUSATION TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFEG"P/DRUGS--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/ DRUGS--MF.TABOLISM/DRUGS--TOXICITY/AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ALLERGIES/ Principles of Drug Ac ion: The Basis o Pharmacology ~ SECOND EDITION i 4 AVRAM GOLDSTEIN, M.D. =.LEW(S ARONOW~ Ph.D. SUMNER M. KALMAN, M.D. Professors of Pharmacology Stanford University School of Medicine Stanford, California o~nonooi a . A Wiley Biomedical-Health Publication f QHN WILEY & SONS , ?4ew York London Sydney Toronto ~. z
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50257 0522 .~ ~. 2: .. tl i2L,'i"1 &Ucb~.. dr,. t,' oA .(nC . d U.Ucn ~t-~1-~4-b 3) ~ XX MeE'-D-303-74 AROMATIC COPIPOUNDS OF WINES & BRANDIES} THEIR F01MATIQ'i AND EVOLUTION. L~~~orne~e~i e~~eat~ ~dePv4-- teur~"`°6riicrlron A L'INTENTION DES RAPPORTEURS NATIONAUX par P. RIBE>tEAU-GAYON PLAN DE -TRAVAIL ETABLI It+rcttoDVCrtorr Notions d'aromcs et de bouquets. L.es substances odorifErantes. A cotF du cas tEnfral des vins de table traditionnela, on distinguera diffErenta cas particulicn tels que : .iro de cEpaga aromatiqucs (Muscat). vins de types oxqdatiEs (Rancio. Mad2re) ct vnna snauscus (Champagne). ~l1~4_1 In PARTIL - METHODES EXPiRtMENTALiS D LTUDC L - Separation do constituants oolatila par chromatoyraplue en y/.asc tascrae. 1. Introduction 2. Choix des colonnes 3. Injection directe du vin et des eaux-de-vie 4. Extraction par un gaz inerte 5. Extraction par un solvant _ 7+D I
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,.-..-,r~w.TS.'~`~rc'«r._. - r RJR CLASS 1410. PAaPIILET 71 X Ar ~ Rokaw, S. N. %(no afiil.)* E1 FECT OF S`tOKI:~G-Z`:DGCI;D CARDO:~~itiI::~tOGLOBI:v ON A":GhTA. American Coll. Chest Assoc., meetinn 37th. ann., paper, Philadelphla, Pz (Oct.. 2'+-23, 1971) (in Eublish) *1971, ::o. 21, 11 9071* *d* 0 i i7roGAcO i:QLIi9-nc9 8 24
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50257 0534. XI To3-81 5.f. , AN ANALYSIS OF THE PUBLIC RELATIONS OF THE TOBACCO INSTITUTE - -- - by Ada d fr paper prepared by Miss Aronsohn, George Washington IIniversit, usiness student, in fulfillment of the course requirements for Journalism 145, Principles and Problems of Public Relations, in April 1979.. ReproduceE by The Tobacco Institute with the author's permission. 0 t CI o n Q 09 8 2 8
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-- - ;71 50257 053.1 ;X lAr • I i t.~..~:.t ...F ~,~~n;rs, i.^. Pa3.Ci.E.ar`.•: : 3•t:. t.TiLl-a•1 2'i...:.G.~~ uc 1C_R Ti^^~t11? ;f:x $. t5:'1nS`i'.1, L.a~ t.u , aW r ,rn. Zr:.:~rc~. u~t. ;? , (io. 5) 497-fU2 (~Isy O 1 n 4 c~ 0 0~ 8 2 S
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50257 0538 ~- Fieciron;c circniiry' for insirilmeuts ancl eqt:ip:„ciIt. Pittsburg-h, Inst:"uments Pub. Co. i29531 312p2 iilu:. 21cm. 1. Vacuum-tube circuits. i. Title. Tliib15.AG5 ~1 *C31.343 621.38 33-?O81 j ~ Library of Conaress - t54p10j o 1 a 0 n cU ) 3.)1„ I
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50257 0537 ~ . 1 '~f el) 3 (296f?) ~ ~ :•Araasaft;--..ysp~ ~S~ctaxa . "' .Ci...i l1 7 F ~ISie Q, t•An ~t AC7 • ~...7i1~,. T- u ~i ~~ ti:i. j~. .;~~ ~i....~~~)7 G C~t::a~C. RNA4 '~ i `,~ m T r ~.. S TfA l' "~f~ Tf`n f'nc ~A..~. I•P^s r~tT ~ ~..~ 1 1964 i "<4 ILI 1 ~ 1~ Y (VCi'l:: -.,y G I It 1 0 t1 G 0 9 3 3 1
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._ ~. - ,- , i • 50257.0539 ~. II Mes 78 S.P. QUARTERLY REPORT - EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF LEACHATE •FRON. STORED SOLIDS . June 1, 1977 to January 1, 1978- ~ Cont:ract No. W-7405-eng-26 W. J. Boegly, Jr. a*,H:'s~S`.VArorai0F E. C. Davis R. G. S. Rao H. W. Wilson, Jr. I Environmental Sciences Division Energy Division, Fossil Energy Environmental Pz,'ogram, C. R. Boston, Program Manager January 1978 OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY 0 1 Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 - operated by UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION for the DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY no noo~~s3
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:50257 0S36 -di4(Jt. Author) f Sc..ulztz, E1.1 T:~~ Faa E.Ct.a'^Z3:'il-1:' VS. p m;.. . +` R~. r+~ ra fi:S~,.1~G~~Y,~'~- , A• .,P~S.u....G. ~ .. .::.,. %o:...~._ ~..il? TiIE iZtii?SG 'J:' GJEP_'..Ma aV&SeLt2:i, by E1i ; ch---Qszz r.r3 J. £ich:L:,"' Ar.o::eo:e Nation::1 Tt= Jour. 2L (No. 3) 39J-1-9$ (Sept. 19591) 0 1 a 0 0 i109 830
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. " 77 X Ar2 f 50257 0533 SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHING/TORACCO--.qMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ YOU CAN STOP SIdOKING. Powers Publisher, Inc., S. *(no affil.)* y current Interest in n view of the bl th f t h ' e pro em o e cancer repor s, t ~' habitual smoker merits serious at- tention. tention. This article by a noted ,, hypnosis consultant points up a RJB CLASS NO.. PAFIPHLET 77 X Ar2 Orange, N. J., 9 p. (1964) (in English) ' inethod by mcans of which the tobacco habit can be broken with-', ~ out the use of drugs or will-power. ~ In fact, the whole crux of the method is its complete effortless- ..ness. . _ .,.~ .. .. ..i' ..w.'.:.t• . _' ~ .. ~.. ,. . `~ ~. 0 A. [i 0 2 . 7.. _ .- ._ _ __._ .
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50257 0527 IX Re2-78 Chest 72(No. 3) 392(1977) S.P. •EFFECT OF CARBON MONOXIDE ON EXERICSE PERFORMANCE IN CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE. . :(ic•rt o( (::u1>rur Nfnno\icl: on F.ccrcisc i'cr(orn::•ncc in (:1>ranit• O1»lr,tcti~t• {'t„rr.nu:,rv I)icc:t~t.~ ~ fclrl: / r•r(u>:•; Frr•rlrvir'k (:Irtucc•r; /n in; ,Ya~forrtirt ' _ x h, a dottLl I•li:ul, r:.>>c! nt>iztrl. <ru•.cu\cr stucl}• •:c att•<l the c•:'tccl cd 1•rt: thin~ 100 j>l,:tr o( carlum u: nr>~idc (w) rtr>>p-r•<.r•cl, :tir fnr I hnur r.n c.v•ic•i.c f>CI(tlttn.,:u'(• in 1(1 );!ticuts v:i!i> t•i,>,mi(t~]>ant:ii~( uaty rli.ra.:r ((:(71'D), atl nrtrri:el IV. Lct\%ccn :i5 to TU n>trt llt;• an :trt(ria] 1'co_ <-12 111111 !)c. ur> hi.tor)• of i,c:u1 rl•r- ca•c, orutl un ST-cr•i:uuvt clcluc•«iun cJtcr mrr i.c. 'T1o• n:r:rn artrrictl c:uhrmn:anl>in v :ts 1.IS'I in ti>c CO cr ntt•:1 I>t•- ri<>(1 :,nrl iu:tr•.rsnl from 1.•1:1 to •i.O5'; aftc•r 1,>r•:,:lar.tt (:O (1' < (LU'.ll ). 11,c uic•atr n>tr>ita <:.>>i>t>.)I,cuin_,,L >i>t L•% •1 was ii, tLr• air c:c>n(inl 1>^riod •nutl (kcrca•c•cl I>a:n 1.•1-I to 1.31' :~(trr ]:u>iCr•c] air (1' C(1.Ott1 ). The n>ran cv•,ri•c tinn• tur>t>l In:>rk'c] (tu>n ?I";•;5 ce•t• ir> :i>t• .1`lu 1.If.G .c•v .(Ir•r Lrcathin;t C:O (1, < (:(> crostrc>I 1911i.., >:::.:,. r%r•>c i. • liv„• .. ,. '1') SI wr• in t!• • . ., t>ul ,.r>:I :ri: (1' twt t i1 :>nt ltrc.,tl,i»" tC:) ) ir•n of CO (oc I I:Our •: aucril asit rr,lt,-l, .t i» r>.•:c r.,• ),.•t(c >, W:•;.• iu p.rl>.•>>t> .. ill, ( .(:!'1)• 1 o t ci o n 4 09 d 2
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0 IX Re -79 Chest 76(3)344(1979); S.P.2 .~ ~ .~..~~y cyclci ~-f j Eff.ct of \on-nic.rtinc Cigarcttcs and Carbon Nouoxidc on Angina Pcctori~I3Vlflrcr[S: Rnorrour; lreine, Culi/ornia Thc effect of smoking five non-nicotine cigarettes and of breathing carbon monoxide (CO) 100 pPm to raise tlre carlroxyItcnrot;lolrin lovcl similar to that aftcr smoking the five non-nicutine it rrettrs on c.ercise-irxluced angina was in- ~•cstigatcd in 13 patir•nts on two con.sccutivc ntorniti¢s. Ven- ous carbo.yhcrnoglohin increased from 1.71 to 5.35% aftcr snroking and from 1.73 to 5 37'o after CO '(P<0.001). UprigLt bicycle crgomctcr exercise duration until an- 50257 0.529_ , ~ lsercisc-induced ischcrnic ST-segment depression at an- gina iucreascd from 1.33 to 1.52 mm aftcr smoking and froui 1.31 to 1.50 nmt after CO (1'<0.03S1. Itcaing systolic blcxxl pressure times heart rate "•as not significantly diffcrcnt aftcr smoking or CO. Systolic hkxul ptc>sure tiuics hcart rats at angina decreased fronr 200.4 to 151.9 after smoking and from 200.5 to 163.7 aftcr CO (1'<t).(01). Greater dccrcascs in exercise duration until angina and in systolic blood pres- sure tirucs (tcart rate at au);iua ucrc observed attcr smoking tLan aftcr CO (P<0.001). These data show that tobacco comhoncuts other than niwtinc or CO arc rcsponsible for a small decrease in or.crcisc pcrformaucr until an);ina. ft- gina decreased frorn 243.9 to 13.3.2 seconds aftcr smok- f ing and frour 2•i4.G to 159.0 seconds aftcr CO (1'<0.001). o ~ ~~0 n 0 a9 8 2 3
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.. ~~, `F~_•.V^- . j • By WM.- $."Axosow, M.D., EaRwRn A. STF-a~~ MD., nin'nm.+t.~`r .v~rT a ura'.• Inact nt -toi V. t i.~ .., ... . • Circnlation XLIX(3) 415-17 (1~4) _, IX Re~ 74 Effect of Car~on _~Ionoxic? S_P_ _ • Monoxide Exposure Saz57 -0s2e ` :, on Intermittent Claudication wmm hitt}rwzL 1V_ IsIIyi T - C_P-T_ Additional Inde:cing Words: dztetial disease 5UIVILAKY _ The effect of breathing 50 ppm of carbon mozonde for two hours versus compressed, puriSe3 r• air for two hours on intermittent claudication was e.•aiuated in ten men in a doubletbiind stL3y. The mean venous carboxyhemo;Iobin level irsigris::antly decreased from 1.1? ~ to 0.~ a•~ter breathing compressed, purifcd air but sigr,ificanav increased from 1•0S% to 2. i~~ 'C after breathing carbon mono.ude (P < 0.001). The mean exercise ti,roe until the onset of intermittent claud:ra- toa insignificantly increased from 169 see to I:3 see after breathing compressed, puri; ed air but significantlv decreased from 174 scc to 144 sec after breathing car5on mono~fde (P<0.001). brrathiag 00 ppm of carbon monoxide for 2 hr si:ni£cantly aggravated internnittent c:audicatioa of the calf or thigh due to angiographically documented occlusive arterial disease. . - y . ~ Exercise 1ilteTln2s and .llcthocts . . . _ . _ . . . • -""-T•••+-Ra.r: ,.".o!!?R9P~!_r"~..~............... .11 a i il n n n 0 y 8 22 Atherosderosis
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p 5F ? ( 00 u 0 u I (J331) Te za:7`1tto rr~s;: °ZCg LL:.L'yT!'.) °'1l1 °Z'vLi?.1 p1:'u c:zeqU c^ i.• Y.~~'. rt tns :1 ow`_plrii: e ~ ~ ~ tbSO LSZOS Tay, XT
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, 50257 0526 .. ..,~. TOBACCO--SMOKIN('r--HEART, EFFECT ON/SmOKING AND HEALTH/ CARBON MONOXIDF.--POLLUTION/ TOBACCO--SMOKE. ' --CARBON MONOXIDE/ ' G}~~ MONOXIDF.--TOBACCO SMOKE/ `1 17 t .. : ' RJR CLASS 140, PAt•iPHLET // X Ar ~ 76 X Ar Aronow~' W, S. ; t (Univ. Calif., Irvine, Calif.,'U. S.) . CRITICAL REVIEW: EFFECT OF CIGARETTE S2-:OKING AND OF CARBON MONOXIDE ON CORONARY HEART DISEASE. ' Chest 70 (No. 4) 514-18 (1976) (in English) .` *Keywords:* carbon monoxide, -- sio~riP,r.rnt •a..cKialion bchcccn c•ioarcttc smok- ing and thc incidcncc of anoina cctoris h:u lrcon p ~ dcmonsir,itc•d in somc stuclic•sc•'• but not in other r studics;rt Loss•evcr, cioarcttc smokin, cau.cs pa- tic•nts mrith an••im •ctoris to 1,zvc a dccrcase in ! los•aiicotinc ci~~:uettcs's a~rasatcs cxcrcia in- i duccYl hucina n1orr than docs snkol.iug uun-uicYrtinc , cioarcltcs." Paticuls witL anigiua pcctoris dc.clop ;4 crcrcisc lxifonnancr lxforc tbc onsct of :rnginal pain.""' Snrokino cigarc•ttcs with a LitiL nic•otinc ~ contcnt'r aNr:rvalcs c.crcisc-indnccd angina morc than does smoking cig:urttcs »•ith a 1ow nic•otino ~ eontcyrN' or nan-nic•otioc cigar.•ttcs.'"" Smolaug smoke, constituent. 4 an incrcacc in myoc:udial ischcmia~aftcr sronl.iliq ~ hil;h-nicolinc, lo..•-nicotinc, or nnn-uic•olinc c•i9a- ~ rcttcs.'' 77,is incrmsc in myocardial i.dlcmia is ~grti,ttc+t r ftcr smokino hiolrnicotinc• c•iaarc•ttcs and is lcast :,fter smokinc non-uic•otinc cigarc•ttcs.16 Ya- + ticnls ss•ith an~ina pectoris .vho Stnp suiolauo cv- +pcrioncc fc..•er anginal cpi+odcs and c•:ui pi•i{cmn morc cscrcisc before dc•.~cloping an attac•k of angina ~ pcctoris. ~ i
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, 4 • . .a GERZIAN LANGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--TOBACCOJ DICTIONARIES--TOBACCO/ TS TOBACCO--DICTIONARIES/TOBACCO--HISTORY/SMOKING AND HEALTH/ 2240 Maronde, C. Ma *(no affil.)* 1976 pR0U22D `TOBACCO, A PLEASURABLE PROMENADE FOR THE S210]:ER'S PARADISE TOGEI:TER WITH• SOME. HINTS AS TO A' HEALTHIER ENJOYMENT OF TOBACCO. - *(Rund um den Tabak.)* Fischer Taschenbuch Ver1a, 126 p.(1976) (in German) A series of feuilletonist~c articles on history, of tobacco products, nicotine, the health controversy, tobacco humor and other subjects all of which are treated very lightly - includes short German tobacco glossary. ......T- W 0 1 n 00 00-) 8 ..3 7
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50257 0548 AN Al?RAY' bF;~:"IGER COUNTERg "'F6R' 1MASNR*~uG cNRoM~ ~'oGR R?1S" ~'Y°ATH~ R-~'D1~TR`E13tTrt'fON.~ ~'~~. RAD7oACTNI't7. , -Gilbert, C.-W. AN ARRAY.OF GEIGER COUNTERS FOR MEASURING CHROMATOGRAMS OR OTHER DISTRIBUTIONS OF RADIO- ACTIVITY, by C. W. Gilbert and J. P. Keens. UNESCOInternational Congerence on Radio- isotopes in Scientific Research - NS/RIC/1. 8.p. Paris 1957 0 1 0 0 0 D 0 9 34 2
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50257 0517 . . . ~• •• XX PfeF-D-303-74 CfIANGE OF AROMA IN ORANGE JUICE. III. MODEL EXPERIMF.NT IN ~ RESPECT TO TIIE DECREASE OF LINALOOL AND LIMONENE ON STORAGE. OF. ~ ORANGE JUICE IN,BOTTLES AND CATVS. Af ~- 'L2t~ Institut fiir Frucht-' uud Gemfisetechnologie, Fachbereich Lebensautteltechnoiogie uud Biotechnoiogie, • Tecltnische Uniucrsitut 13erlin -7~ •tii•• r':b A• ':~ -o:t4e~a~~dt,~j~~?~l~ltt~b~e~ ,rP~}~t~fii:riqal~y~tabFtrioncn' er L'agerung Y~ Orangensaf?~ '.•:. ::; .' Von A. Askar, fi. J. 13iclig und 11. Trcptoto •j ;• EinTeitung " ,.. ..:_ Maitrfa7 ur.d•hiethodi . ' T4it den Aromastnf(cn des Oran&nsaftes und 'dcren• . . ; > :: A) Jierstelhinr dcs llodcllsafies: - - , Ycr.nrle-v.^.~cr t• rcttd dcr laf;crun~ bcsr'•::::ibtc.n. , 1050 g Citroncns5ure; 75 g L-Apfclsaurc, 30 g L-Asco.rbin- ,, _. Sich mehrere _Arl;eiten.. KirdmFr und .hIitler t). haben ._~,~re, 3000 g Sacc:+arosr; 1.500 i:'Clucosc und 1500' g FraC-: Stcp Uci v+ren Untcrsuchungcn der Iliichtircn wasscr= tonc a-urdcn iz ?S LitcrA5'asscr t;clust. Dcr pH-~Vcr:.cur- -und "oll'oslichen l.'•cstandtcilcvon.4';,lcncia OranGeiasaft, .-dc.dann.:auf 3,S:mit 1aOlf L'osu:t,; gcbracht• Dicsc.J.c,sunt:. ;, mit .dcr Aromavcr5ndcrunE von frisch pastcurisicr- cntspuda cincm Orangcnsaft ohnc Aroms- ur.d Cc- + f D' ti d I?1attcn-• • l d sGUnacnsstof c• . cr • odcllnaft--w-ur c •=nn, i mm ten tind gelagertcn' Saftcn bcschaftif*t.Sic stcllten fcst, o.t C) 0 0* 0~o 9 a ~•i
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r„ra.r~r~c.r R..k.. 1975, Vol. f7, No. I, 119-199 50257 0544 ~..~' . 80 i i Ey-80 .,, ,_ ._ v S.P. _ __ Arousal; Activation; and Effort in'th Control'o~f Attention ~ ' Karl H. Pribram Diane I<4cCuinncss' Stanford University University Collcse, London, and the Hatfield Polytechnic, Ha.t field, England This review attempts to organize a range of neuropsychological and psycho- physiological data on attention. Three separate, but interacting, neural sys- _ tems are distinguished: One controls arorsal, which is defined in terms of phasic physiological rexponses to input. The arousal control circuits center on the amygdala. A second system controls acli:alion, which is defined in terms of tonic physiological readiness to respond. The readiness circuits center on the basal ganglia of the forebrain. A third system is discerned which coordinates arousal and activation. This coordinating activity is defined as demanding egort. Its circuitry centers on the hippocampus. When arousal, activation, and effort are involved in problem solving, at least two further distinctions can be made. During catrgorisin.n, arousal precedes --at:tivation; during reasoning, activation precedes arousal. Finally, the review addresses the question of whether effort in problem solving is to be attributed solely to peripheral muscular factors or whether, in fact, direct monitoring of changes in brain organization (changes in set, attitude, etc.) can be productive of measurable indicators of effort. r~'I 0 0 i3 09 8 3 8
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50257 OSa7 AROUS'_:1~t;,P WNt-MA-SP.`1l;TM T$AL"':'FAC1IDR""M Sc 10 SMOK.ING AMpN = ..- r i...a. "J -11 (3 1 ;) 0 0 0 C 98 4 1 t
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0 ' ULTRAS0NIC CAVITATION APPLIED TO- THE : RECOVERY. OF NATURAL ' ' AWYfATIC-MATERIALS.' lad. Aliment 86 (6) 826-9(1969) 'Agr . . • Itzp- La cavl4te L ftraso.geYe app:Iclu°e ~• . tj !'indus~Yle des rnGt-s%~-'Bres urwmatIvswcs nat'Urelles - . par Rents 6EttCERON I. • les awhiples possibilitbs ottertes par rappfication do /a - Cette technique possede un vasta champ d'applic,tion esvaatioa i frbquence uttrasonore sont ioin d'etre Epui- dans te traitement du houblon, des cossettes do betterav., ~iea 1s v(eUGssement des .ins et des slcools. • CeRaines sent encore su atada.L expEr{mental, d'sutree ooiwissent un d6but d'eipfoitation, certaines enfin sont ex- • Chaque fols quo les s8tra-sons sont utilisfs, on obt7ant Pioitees depuis des arufles- vne sccEleratfon des reactions ehimiques, un rendement quatitatif et quantitatif fort appreciable, acsompaynili d'un • tie faboratoire experimental des uitraeon,: 6tudie ce gain do temps eonsidfraDls. p.ocEdi i 1'Ecote Kationate Superieurs des Inaenieurs de. !ab at btESere. • : 12II.`.71P"L'lt:a5caie .c2:i.ction= enplied to tba recovery -cf Egatement, A I'Ofiice de Is Recherche Selentifique et satcti-,'=' I3cSZerou; ILc_^.:. ~.:.~ Al:r.:c:a. Teehnique d'Outrcdt~er do tlogent-sur-tdamc, des travaux E'_ri {. (i'r). • Ti3C prin:it'.C~ et •u;:I: so~E= sffech,ts par le Oocteur O4OLENSI:Y et M. ROULLEAU. `=vtta`'czr Crc L='chY outi:zmzd nncl t}:e be:ieti;i::1 c:.:"ts ef t::is wr des vanillcs en gousses, on: dert:onvk que par i'action 'j Gftu• for iuc:l sL'-I yro;:uc;ion t.nd re_.3r'..- o: C:_ tot_2 : c: ~ati; a --rc poir.tcd titiru:i: :u I3raIccr d» e!t^_•scnt, zr. w.e p.a. Tvrte tenenr en vanitiina. ., .,.. .. - ,,..... 14. ,.". -_• ._ fleprizes deux ans pius tard, ces, rechereheo oot confirme des a•omatiques justitie Sa reu;site d'une tecnnique d'avant- !es resuhats sntErieurs. la frequence c lisls,yftaitr e ~ ~ garde, protc,te en ce dor:aine par des brevets d'e.plol- KH{pour ~no Aree~s tr~emeo vant Q 2' ~i0'N tation en France et 0{'etranger.
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TOBACCO--Sti1OKE--•POLY*^TCLEAR FtYDROCARRf)`iS/ TOBACCO -S~t~KE -AN:ALYTICAL METHODS/ 79 IY Ar . i RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 IX Ar Severson, R. F. ; Snook, M. E. - ~ (U. S. Dep. Agr., Agr. Res., Tobacco Health Lab., Athens, Ga., U. S.) THE CHROMATOGRAPHIC QUANTITATION OF;-N_APH-AHALENES FROM TOBACCO SMOKE. .Beitr. Tabakf6gsch., Confidential manuscript submitted for Publication, 6+ p. (1979) (in English) 50257 0549 '*Constituents too numerous to list* ~ Our previously dcveloped methodology for three-ring and larger polynuclear- ~ aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) of cigarette smoke has been modified to allow i quantita.tion of the more volatile PAN. Recovery tests with 1MC-naphthaler.e showed that this most abundant smoke PAH was being lost to a large extent during i very efficient distillation equipment, were developed and tested to quantitatively ~` recover the naphthalenes.. The gas chromatographic profile for the volatile PAH, the usual solvent evaporation steps. Special solvent removal techniques, using . '
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,50257 0558 4 , 78 I-I Ki Jour. Pharmaceutical/Sci. 56(4)511-15(1967) O~TLINE OF DETAILS FOR OFFICIALr'`1ICROBIOL_OGI_CAL ASSAYS OF 1/ANTIBIOTICS BY AMIEL KIRSHB~WIi AND $ERNARD''~'e~R.RL~'^'~ Tables are presenteed listing pertinent data required for 57 differe microbiological assays, including those for all antibiotics approved for human use in the United States. a/ fl 0 t1 0 0 4 8 S 2
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Atl t't C?" , 50257 0557 • Q'7~1.T'•'` : Qa- ~':C.h:Lh . v - ~ U~,:-:D AJN's'IBItlS:TCS, by tmi-_A K;rsh3¢•m~ as+•i L'rrnsr.d ~ rntib'!or9.c.n Ctsenotherap. 9(No, 10) 613-617 (10,59) ~... rm--.Vprw o~ 0 0 ~~ aa ~ 5 1
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50257.05a5 Jour. Consulti,ng & Clinical Psychology ,1971, Vol. 36,386-394 ~ , .. 80 I I Ey-81 p~OL ~~il~'LE~: EL `L~"'REI'RE~~U3~ =:~~D": E\aITIZ~F~~ s . P . y. AS . o$407 R E,t'~:~ - - -~-r-~ ~ :.... STE1'E\ H ~TF:IX = I*tfnuss .dJmi,:irlrJlion Bruok!)•s. A'::. I'urk Repressor: and :rnsitizrrs n•ere :icrr. ': c• :contextua!" ar.,: "contestual" tas1-. with galvanic skin rrpon-e as a mca-_:a of arousal. In ::e contextual situa- tion. Sa µ•ere aware that they would be :r;:iired to cive iae associations which might be seli-revealinF. In the noncor.tez:~;a: situation, Ss were not aware that they would eventually be required to :e= free associa:ions. Results from the noncontestual task showed that rep:e__ors had lower arousal levels than sensitizer: during perception and verbal :iport, but higher durin, free associ- ation. Findings were reversed. howerer. iz the contextual condition. Analogies were drawn to the behavior of repressors by-sterics) and aensitizers (obsessive- eompul.-i.•es) in psychoanalysis: reprea~o:i are more easily aroused by the free association condition. whereas sensitizers are able to use free association to diminLah emotional reactivity. © t r~ o ~~ri () a.3 9
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.. 50257 0552 56 IX Sn TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS--LABORATORY METHODS/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--TAR/ Manuscript submitted for publication in Beitr. Tabakforsch., . }"variously paged (Nov. 22, 1976) (in English) i. ' THE IDENTIFICATION OF HIGH IIOLECULAR VEIGiiT POLYtiUCLEAR ARO;SATIC ~ HYDROCARBO:IS IN A BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE FRACTION OF CIGAR};TTE SI40KE CONDENSATE. TOBACCO--SMOKE--POLYNiiCLF.AR AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/ TOBACCO--TAR--POLYCYLCIC HYDROCARBONS/ RJR CLASS NO. PATENT 76 IX Sn Snook, M. E. ;' Severson, R. F. ; l~~ndale, ` R: F.'; Iiigman, H. C. ; Chortyk, 0. T. ,(U. S. Dep. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv., Tobacco Lab., Athens, Ga., U. S.) ~ *Constituents.to numerous to listx.+ _ ; •, . n n n a a 4 n• 0 I -- i -
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50Z57 0554., TOBACCO--SMOKE--POLYVUCLEAR AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS--LABORATORY METHODS/ . ,.. .; , . .," , . . .. 76 IX Sn-78 RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 76 IX Sn-78 Snook, M. E. ; Severson, R. F..; ~~~d:~t_.~;~EC~`~'s', ; Iiig.man, H. C. ; Chortyk, 0. T. ~.:~-.:_.. . ~ _. ~ . (Ut S. Dep, Agr.,/Tobacco Lab , Sci, Educ. Adm., Athens, Ga., U. S.)MULTI-AUKYLATEDyPOLYNUCLEAR ROMATIC HYDROCARBONS OF TOBACCO SMOKE: SEPARATION AND IDENTIFICATION. Confidential manuscript, submitted for publication in Beitr. Tabakforsc 51 p. (Feb. 20, 1978) (in English) *Constituents too numerous to list* , fractions 36-40. Since CSC is very rich in alkylated PAH [much more so than i . We. now complete the total characterization of ~ the PAH of tobacco smoke by presenting the identification of the PA}i in gel ~ polluted air for exar,ple*(9)], the described methodology should be useful in f characterizing PAH mixtures in other environmental samples,~ - -- ..._ __.------ -._-.--" •----- -~-.~ n-4-n-o o a ~ 4 8
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.• ,Vk.- -.-, ~--- 50257.0546 ~,.rr.,.,: . . ,.,y~.t T.o ~- » ,Y.. T • AROUSAL.-AAD TNE~ RA1GE' OF, CVE'L'TILIZ~dIOX7. 80 II Ey-80 S. P. STEPHEN J. BACO:V s.1 .f Fstartm,,,tst tryct,.r.v law.d Iwdiasa Uairertilv 197~. \d. 102. Aa t. tt-t7 The present experiment explores the e•ffcets of arous:il on the range of stimulus responsiveness in terms of sensitivity and response criterion ehanges, the amount of attention initially focused on the stimulus, and the locus of etfect of arousal. The Ss simultaneously performed a pursuit-rotor tracking task and an auditory signal detection task under different levels of arousal, temporal locus of effect eonditions, and degrees of attention being focused on the auditory cue. Results indicate that arousal narrows the range of cues processed by systematically reducing responsiveness to those aspects of the situation which initially attract a lesser degree of attentional focus. This stimulus loss under arousal represents, independently of any response criterion changes, an actual diminution in the Ss' sensitivity. In addition, it seems that arousal mediates its effect not so much by imlxding the initial sen.ory impression as by affecting the capacity limitations and attentional control processes operating within short-term memory. - Discussions of the effects of em-3tional arousal on the breadth of attention are assuming an increasingly prominent role in accounts of the experiential and be- havioral consequences of arousal (Easter- brook, 1959; Korchin, 1964; Wachtel, 19 7; 1'l'in,e~ 15~1). Th~j ba ~' theoretical f u~tiott• is ro\d~~" "E.lstcrlerook, ously performing a central pursuit-meter tracking task and a peripheral visual de- tection task, aroused Ss evidence consid- erable decrement in responding to the visual stimuli. Perhaps the primary question that can be put to the arousal-reduced cue-utiliza- tion formulation concerns the nature of~
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It"kI'-•: , 50257 .0551 73 III Rez 76 S°p° TOBACCO--SMOKE--POLYNUCLEI:R HYDROCARBONS/ RJR CLASS N0. PIIiLET 73 III F.eZ s,p,_'i(o , ~ ' Severson, R, F.; Schlotzhauer, W, S,;.~e~ds3e;; Snook, M, E.;' ~ ._Higman, H. C. . ~ * ; (U. S. Dep, Agr., Agr. Res, Serv., Tobacco Health Lab., Athens, Ga,, U.S.). ~ CORRELATION OF POLYNUCLE.4.R ARO:SATIC HYDROCARBON FORMATION BETWEEN PYROLYSIS A1VD SMOKING. : Confidential Manuscript submitted for publication in Beitr. Tab akforsch.•„( ' ,. ,. , . . . f ~ varioussy paged ti9idj tln r.ng,iisn) Const?ituents to nunerous to list, "7obacco, its petroleura ether (PE) extract, and the residual extracted ``, Ito9tcco (marc) were pyrolyzed at 650-750•C, 650-e50°C, and 700°C, respectively. / 0 1ol .0 0 0 49 $ 4 5 ' I Analyses of the polynuclear arocatic hydrocarbons.(?Ai{) produced she.ved that Ithe pyrolysis of the tobacco and the PE extract at 700°C produced PA.1i troriles ~ comparaDle to those found in CSC. The data indicated that most of the altyi I --~-.--- t
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' 50257 0556 TOBACCO--ALKALOIDS--DETERMINATIOV/CHRO'tATOCItAPHIC ANALYSIS-TOBACCO ALKALOIDS/ R3R CLASS NO. PAriPHLET VI To 79 s.p..: Severson, R. F. ;^ArY°E~+fid~'~~ -., ..>, ~. ; McDuffie, K. L. ; Chortyk, 0. T. t .(U. S. Dep. Agr., ,SFA-?iR,? Tobacco Health Lab., Athens, Ca., U. S.) : VI To-79 A RAnID CC-2 METHOD FOR TOBACCO ALKALOIDS. " : S•P• Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 33rd, tape, Lexington, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 1979; ~ (in English) A rapid glass capillary-gas chromatographic (gc-2) method for the analysis of +~ tobacco alkaloids, including nicotine, nornicotine, myosmiae, anabasine, anata- • L bine, and 2,3'-dipyridyl, was developed. The use of gc-2 methodology coupled F ~ vith the aitrogen-specifie gc detector provided rapid, unambiguous alkaloid Janalysis. About 25 mg of cured ground tobacco and 1 ml of 0.05N HeOH-K0H (con- '• taining the internal standard, 2.4'-dipyridyl) were placed into a 2-ml auto ! ' injection vial. The vial was capped and placed in an ultrasonic bath for 15 ' 1min. A 1-yl volume was analyzed by gc-2 operating in the split-injection mode on a 15 s x 0.25 mm i.d. wall-coated Suparoa 1*1-4 column. This simple procedure . vill be compared with a•previously reported Soxhlet extraction-packed column gc . method. The application of the method to analysis of alkaloids in various cured and green tobaccos vill be discussed. Ia addition the gc-2 methodology and the 1preparation of the Superox iM-4 vall-wated capillary column will be presented. • ~i 1 fi Q 1I 0V ~7 ~ ~ V
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.- lIkI•-•'-, , procedure. ;,surface waxes. aorsal glaaded tobaccos vere The leaf washes vere sub~ected to ~1- p character, the leaf surface ~ studied. Young green leaves from TI 1112. crosse the vashed with nethylene chloridc to ide tobaeeos vas analysis ` less. Since the insect chemical compositions of g= s of TI 1112 and j 50257 0550 F.JP. CLASS NO. PAMQ'IILF.T VI To 79 s.p. , ~ y o~ D7 `I r uffic,, ,. T.; Scvc~r>n, f:. 'cT~uffic, 1;. L., Cllorty.., O. T., r., . "-' cT ~ Gwynn, C. f:. ; Chaplin, J. F. ; r:ilc::, J. D. VI To-79 (U. S. I)c,. AFr., SEA-AR, Tobacco Ilealth Lab., Athens,' Ga.; Oxford, ::. C.. iS•p• Ga. Coastal Plai:.s Exp. Sta., Tifton, Ca., U. S.) TI:E C0: VAi ISO•'i OF CUTICULAR CfiI::`IISTRY OF i•IOfa`1AL AND INSECT RESISTII2:T TOi.l.CCOS. i Tobacco Chen. Res. Conf., 33rd, tape, Lexington, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 1979) _ (in EngIish) ' -- .. s,is I ~ Seieatists (oxford, NC) have fouiheat obacco exudate budworm. produced t by the Unlikelnol gland rmal on ob the acco tri- ~ . teatly sbovs high resistance to but glaad- ` r vhich have leaf hairs vith a sticky thc leaves of TI 1112 are hai~dless ~ ~ cbomres or hairs oa the 1Tesistanceeof TI 1112 may be due to it~ g 1 ded and non-glanded t. 0 1 s~ 0 0 S 0. 9 8 1/ :.;
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.• . - . -, . 50257 257 .055.5 i ~ TOBACCO--OUALITY--DETF.RNTNATIr)\`--('HEKICAL METTI(1nS/ -•-•----TOBACCO--SMt)KL--A1vALYTICik,lr ricTnJV1's/ 73 IX Re2-78 S.P. = RJR CLASS N0. PA*~IPHLET73 IX Re2-78 s.p. (U. S..Dep. Agr., Tobacco Lab., Sci. Educ. Adm. Fed. Res., Athens, Ga.,U.: PYROLYTIC EVALUATION OF CLOSE-GROWN TOBACCOS. Higman; H. C.; Severson, R. F.; Chortyk„- Beitr, Tabakforsch., confidential manuscript submitted for publication ~ 22 p; : (1978) (in English) : _ . 7 *Constituents too numerous to list* I A pyrolytic method for evaluating the properties of tobacco materials for their potential to produce biologically significant smoke compounds has. 4 been applied to close-groxn tobacco, in comparison to conventionally-cured ~ tobacco. Analyses were performed on the leaf•samples to attempt correlations i betreen the leaf levels of known precursors to a:nounts of biologically impor- ltant smoke components in pyrolyzates. Relative to a standard flue-cured ; tobacco, the elose-groxn tobacco saseples contained lower nicotine, neophyta-
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TO IIACCO--LIPIDS--DETERMINATION/TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS/ 5025 7 TOBACCO--TERPENES/ , . , I 79 VI Ch RJR CLASS NO. PMIPHLET 79 VI Ch i Chortyk, 0. T.; Severson, R. (U. S, Dep..Agr., Tobacco Lab., Athens, Ga., U. S.) ISOLATION AND QUANTITATION OF TERPENOID AND LIPID CONSTITUENTS OF TOBACCO. Lloydia 41 (No. 6) 64748 (1978) (in English) *Constituents too numerous to list* _~ _ Quantitaiive mctl~ods have bcen dcvclopcd for the analyses of the major~tobacco and ~ cigarette smoke lipids, including CZ-Cr, paraffinic hydrocarbons, ncophytadirne, phytol, doco- f ~ sanol, squalcne, a-tocophenol, tR amyrin, cycioarlenol, 24-methytenecycloartanol, palmitic acid,' stcaric acid, the unsaturated Crb acids, cholesterol, stig:r.astcrol, carnpestcrol, sitostcrol, and { solanesol. We have shown that tobacco lipids arc potcnt precursors of the tumorigenic poly- ~ nuelcar aromatic hydrocarbons of cibarctte and thus the reduction of these lipids vrill Irad to " Isafer cigarettes. Short-column, silieie acid chromatography of saponificd lipids from a hexane 1extract of tobacco separated tlrem into non-polar, polar, and tcrpenoid fractions, .vhich were quantitated by gas chromatography with the use of internal standards. The applicability of tne 4 .metbod was demonstratcd in the highly reproducible analyses of a cigarette blrnd and conven- ~tional flue-cured tobaccos. The transfer rates from cigarettcs to rna:nstream smoke were ez- arnined for four popular U.S. cigarettes Avcrage transfer rates for nonfilter and filter cigarettes . , l respcctively, were: hydrocarbons-25 and 15%, fatty acids-15 and 10c;'r„ C=r_=r alcohols--17 ~ and 13%, sterols-16 and 10%, and terpcncs--16 and 10;~~. Quantitati've values are given for cigarette and CSC lipids, and the methodology should be applicable to the analyses of lipids in ~ other natural products, including foodstuffs. a tl a n n 0 9 3 4- 7 _T1 ,
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ARR7•iSTRCO'!-/T;f,:;A:iAS/VAIiII,LA/ PALI::>;':'~C+3:~I1T/TU`S::RIC/ =CAFJ)APin`V:/GINGER/ `- 3. W. PURSEGLOVE Halsted Press Division 3OHN WILEY & SONS, INC. C) ti Q~ 11 0 0 9 8 9 7 TROPIcAL CROPS Monocotyledons I- zc, i97n- ,
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50257 0564 -UBA TOBACCO-DEN1~fARK/TCCO=-MAtIUFACTURE AND TRADE--DE:~T*~tARK/ S.P. . / I I- r RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 73 XI Fol - 76 s.p. Skandinavisk Tohakskomnagni A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark ANNUAL REPORT AND ACCOUIITS FOR 1974-75. *(Arsberetning ogarsregnskab; 1974/75:`)* , .::. ~. Skandinavisk Tobakskompagni A/S, Ann. Rept.; 14 p.,:Copnenhagen, Denmark -,-(1975) - in Danish • : t 0 1 n 0 o
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~•~.~'%~, . T-4-x4& j` ~-4 fl .50257 0532 Activated arbon Fiber and Fabric Achieved by~~rolysis and s Activation of Phenolic Precursors i4. RI= U. S. Army Nu/ick Labvralt,rits, Nalick, 3lassacluueils O1760, G. S. A. ABSTRACT Phenolic textilrs lfiher or fabriel were pyroh'zed in a nitrogen atmoephere.rt 300°C for up to -'r hr. One hour of pyrol}•sis gave optimum carlx,nizuttion based on t%-cig`tt lo:s. The resulting carbon te\,tites were activated at rX10'C in a carix-n dioaide atmosphere for up to 31 hr. The icvct of activity attained was determined routinel}• by carbon tetrachloride vapor sorption. Surface area, pore diameter, and pore volume determinatious were conducted on rcluc5entatice samples. Surface areas as high as about 28(Y) u+z; g were attained. 1•+EYWOfi US ~ • - - -s' x - . _ t'a:t,~« iiIwri___Carbon fabric_ Activated cartan sibers. :lctira tcd 0 1 0.0 0 0.0 9 8 2 6
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pk,• _ti-- __~.-.....TOBACCO--}{hDROGAF30hS--POi.itCYCLIC/ ~ t f ~ 1 73 VI Da1 kW:DLED ~'D'Grrf*b01rV..; Laghi, L. 50257 0560 RJR CLASS NO. PA.'+T1ILET 73 VI Dal Italy) (University Bologna, Ist. Pferceol., Bologna, PP.ESEtiCE OF TOE:ACCO LEI:ES. POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC : abacco 3Lf:eywords :.* * (Yrescn:.a di Verdi e Lavorat::. Qu4d. Merceol. HYDROCARBONS IN GRE£ti AND INDUSTRIALLY Idrecarburi Policiclici Aromatici Nelle Foglie di Ine'jstrialrcnte.)*• 11 (No. 1) 27-32 (1972) (in Italian vitli English su.a r.ary) accn3,:hthene, green, constituent; antl:ra:c*se, greer., constituent; 1,2=ucr.z.;nthr:acer.e, green, constitucnt; 1,2-benzopyrcne, green, constituenC; 3,4-f,enzopyrene, green, constituent; ctirysz~n ey green, constituent; coronene, green, constituer.t; fluo:anti.cuc, grE::n, constitu%~nt; p:~rylene, -grcen, constituent; o t fI 0 0 o 0 9 35 4 f
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~ 1~0 50257 0568 i ~ QUALITY A:'J "iAaI:,I TY OF i P.OZ2:`I c C0 ~ Tilae-Te:r.paraturc Tol...rar.ce ana Its ~ Jj?n; Iic 2nec, by :.'. :I. Van ;csael,'-:ichacl ~ .:. Copl.ey ...;u Rouert L. G1$(jr, y ~ 19G9 384 i'at-es '.7i1ey-Interscience New York 0 1 0
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7w-50257 0535 ." TssE 1.Ew erC1J,:4D JOURNAL or xrEntCzNZ {Fr• 12. 1962 ' Iiu -•I'HESiiVROSi S DUE TO INl•?A.Lt'.TION •C}F1i.A.Irz si'I' ' • , . '1 ti.r1Y'";• . • P.epott of Twelve New Cases,I-icluc:irL `F"nree Rttr.npsir3. .: . ~. - . . ,. . . . MAr.rsx Brssoluws.H; h:.D•,t I. Jr•POKt: Fs.A:vct:, M.D.,tFpsMtz-n'o T. Cxtiz, M.D.,t Ntijrxa ?'.zJ+s(, M.D.,Q' ,-- - '~Kt~~!s',~~aK"N,,:1i.D•,H KAiu A. josst:; M•D.,"_• A1+n H=RuAN T• BL.vMENrxAt, M•D•j't ST. IJDULS, , •1:d 1958, 2 cases of thesaurcfsis, o,r storsge dizease,' it s`Iculd bc }oiated out that in gcneral asacio- 1 f11 t d• hI - fh' d I 1 f }~ 1 f' t l : TAacs 1. Cai.r w;rh Lyrnpn-Nods Bio?ri•i UuIJ - c t ia o ow sn a at~on o a~r spray an pre- mo ecu rs resL t ting ro1n e lw ymu:zzren o vmy sumably caused by its content of rnacromolecular' compounds : nd similar sub5tances eazlnot be rnctaito: 'rtsins were reported.' The well known 'physiologie lized in the body. Although tne slr.alkr rnolecuics that • Gs Jiix• - ?t {! F SeeretsrT 1-2/deT Co..ch (4• Lenxa ek+.r II;lsterst oaduisr Ir+r urd R(KU:a ~ t ~nr ~'•• ' I'it;e. t r*wP'~ h+ e •. • /or 2%. •{quc) pul:nonary it.• irctiaro of rtticulum rclia witb r,r. Y: r.._-icA . , 1' ib =.13a+K~+itr D.;i7 For intrrevrer.t aihtrr.l t1+t.r.1 patJr7 Soettrred.uuc i.t.c! retievlnm Rtieo: r*oppr~ }wt • <eveni in(eetion ralo iw(tluatt eriu eontaining f:rSy.:ii:vtr .rraY: t-n' a;ns t:+.nula• nodc o1-4crwuc tp• ' c:.srrd ....:w..l , • .. . . • ' • . • ~xared nora.al. 6 r~ • ~ -• = s ~•~ f:.saSreaer T3a':}~ None (la. 1•ur•xs c!-~I ~ ir_IY r-.x7u[.r I:ct culwn_ l.r..rr,::a. r. v:•: fo• :^ati at cu.•a.•<9 .: • lloe Sr•Y Oacurr• Ha.-Sr.wV Ruau~o..r - Purstut FA.atooM.MS • .'.Uoscwotar,c~t Arrcut.xct . FotA.owr-.'. '• s.oM U.: Srnnor. • Fn+aw" ru-anos tx • w Su~c.z Cxtxs . I•tar.r: r a.a . - ~ . . . -- 27r. .6hrate: comt =.anubr k s•ra7 6cAn''R ar . i . .. ' . ' . L. lrri7+nV•h- p:-+nacontaini.:rPtiS-res'r 2Pw.:u.m-:ro • aAAc. t+v,.. trsoui:.. c.:licr in 5 t.a... . . . . " ' ' ' . ' 6:rd. , ~ t.~~ toT ~. lucr : tn~is• ul f.(al•niuuun• wry tcr>•- c~ya.or.a. rry r' n _nh• ~ i ,~ . Q t !~) 7~ tMte t'ir.ns a7rsro ecl!a ..izh r•snuC.r ~ _•_. . ..... , _. _._.3~. _ . _.. ,. . . . .. . ,. _ .. .. . .. . ~ -.... _ ~ ._. .. . . . .
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50257 0567 ~ 370 ~ aa:=.(Jt. Author) Tr 'lrccr's:r, Lanald K. ...,rr+ - i~ rs_r . i,~ OF -, . ~ i' :":.:-.~,...:._•~•..., .:..-,:~?:7.~3.~ ~a;:i.:, .. toi. 2 ~ y rnCT{i:2? f.FFiaJ .^_C1. , hy .^v r1 \. t Z[_:a s~_i:I Vi;I 1F1::8 lZ. V :-n Ersde2, ana Miceiaet J• C.o; lcy, 19E•S' 3:'I Avi Fuhliaaing Co., L: c. 4,'~str~rti, Cona;.ctic;-,t: . i ~ I
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50257.0562 PROCEEDINGS OF AN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TROPICAL FOODS CHEMISTRY AND NUTRITION HELD IN HONOLULU, HAWAII, March 28-30, 1979 PAPAYA/PRICKLY PEAR/CITRUS FRUITS/RICE/PREAD/YAMS/SORGTiUM/ARROWROOT/ TP 370 In 1979 Volume 1 4*1d Ini TROPICAL FOODS~ CI-affiIvIIST'RY AND, I ON GEORGE E. INGLETT4-GEORGE CHARALAMB01 A l U S D . . epartnttnt o/Agriculture Scitnctand Education Administratiorr Northern Regional Research Center ~J Paoria, Illinois n reustr Busch, Inc. Terhnical Ceuter St.louis, Missouri ACADEMIC PRESS • New York San Francisco London 1979 A Suhidiary of Harcourt Brace ]oamarriclr, Publishers .~ J'~~"'' f !~o . 0 0 C1 ~"y" t~ ~i -0 9 8 S 6 "
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50257 0572 III Me9-82 LEAD/CADMIUM/ARSIENIC/ . S'P' MARC: Monitoring & Assessment Research Centre GEMS: Global Environmental Monitoring System Exposure commitment assessments of by B. G. Bennett environmental pollutants Volume 1, Number 1 A Technical Report (1981 Exposure commitment concepts and application; summary exposure assessments for lead, cadmium and arsenic MARC REPORT NO. 23 Prepared by: Monitoring and Assessment Research ~ Centre Chelsea College. University of London With the support of: United Nations Environment Programme and The Rockefeller Foundation 0 1 4,'j 0 nr, 0 9 8 6 o
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I 50257 0561 R.. & TAnyr. Vol 11. trD 2910 242 Ld/1 GI OOOi7%7,10A701O :'9(O:.Mo v rsrpmorrTreO-Cid 19M0. Pn.ud ur Grm tanW. ~ ~.. ~ ~'°~67, 80 • I I Ey-80 S. P. -~ DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGfl, CORRELATES OF THE FEAR SURVEY SCHEDULE (FSS-III) IN A PHOBIC POPULATION: A FACTORIAL DEFINITION OF AGORAPHOBIA* W Academic Hospital. Department of Ainical Psychology, Groningen, The Netherlands (Received 30 October 1979) Snmmary-Thc responses of 703 non-institutionalized phobics to the Fear Survey Schedule (FSS-111) were factor-analyzed utilizing a principal components procedure. Factors previously idrntified in student, adolescent and 'non-phobic patient' populations-{1) Social Anxiety. (111) Fears related to Bodily Injury, Death and Illness. (IV) Fear of Display to Sexual and Aggressive Scenes. (V) Small Animal Fears-were replicated. Additionally, an Agoraphobia (Il) factor, corro- borating recent findings by Hallam and Hafner (1978l, and pointing to the specificity of this fear, emerged. Due to substantially high intercorrelations found, the Social Inadequacy dimension of the Symptom Check:ist (SCL-90) and the Social Anxiety scale (1), on the one hand, and the Agoraphobic dimension of the SCL-90 and the Agoraphobia scale (11~ on the other, could be used interchangeably with phobic populations. A higher-order factor analysis run on psychopath- ology scales employed, including factored FSS scales, yielded three components. (1) Neuroticism, (2) Phobia and (3) Agoraphobia. Opportunity was taken to define the Agoraphobic Syndrome empirically. A specific Somatization dimension was as highly related to Neuroticism, as to the highcr-ordcr Agoraphobic cluster, clearly supporting clinical observations with regard to the Agoraphobic syndrome. Some intcresting-findings are focused upon and discussed. 0 1 ~ Q 6 a 0 9 a h_ 5
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50257 0569 REF. QD 151 Gm 1975 /t>i~~Sr<<o^~~/ ~+.~:S~r~zc/ .~rrrlrtO~Y/ /BlSift1x'rl/ ;• Grne#in He4ndbuch der Anorganischen Chemie Erganzungswerk zur achten Auflage gand 24 Ncw Suppiement Series t?ertfuOrEial®genOrgana-Verbincf ungert aeY Plauptgruppenc:fernente Teif 3 Vcrbindungen von Phosphor,. +~, tirnon und'JV~smut ~ ~y As iM: ~4A Springer-Variag Berlin - Heidelberg • New York 1975 0 1 ff () t1 0 0-) 8 6 3
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50257 TP 0574 /WATER--ANALYSIS/ WATEP.--POLLUTION/VEROABSFDIIC/P /CAD.IIUM/ MERCURY/ LEAD/ SELEtiIUa/ ZINC/ Atomic Spectrometic Analysis 897 Bu 1974 2c. of Heavy-P.7etal Pollutants in Vyater ~ DAV1D C. BURRELL, PhD ' Institute of Marine Science University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska ann arbor science PUBLISHERS INC. POST OFFICE BOX 1425 . ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN 48106 0 i 0 0 0 0~'1 9 8 6 fi
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50257 0570 l:Te .%..v tTZ 'r3o. Gesot;,ae vnct a96G} 4 i ~ G n n o~ o6 4
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50257 0571 VI Ar (1955) ~71.7.1C.r typ , vUE e7 ~TT!BIII~ wxum Or cr-A-- I a'e;if.:,,M C;.d M, 'IEQLiia:.G;,Ic,&L AaD ` F A ~~~~ ~j v...bas~.+IV La.a.~ J.i..t+J, UI t3.~~.z~.:.:a}.~`., E• YFrwl3,Sl:~/wyiN.i~y•:~/wyiN.i~y T. Tf.uchew, =d K. °c~,»sl,evst-`caeV~ DuZstir. i2vtyau 10, 26-30 (195 :)--Eng}.lch tr=r31at;',.cn avallzb1e a a 1+~ a n G Cl 9 $6 5
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VI Re - S.P.9 • Ambio. 6(2-3)96-105(1977) . 50257 0559 ~ Nitrogen- An Essential Life Factor and a Growing E~virohmental Hazard ~ Report from .Nobef Symposium No. 38 Edited by Bert Bolin a11d:trfTlilrl$,'~ :,,;,~.~.... _ .. . ~ Nitral••cn is one of Ihc clcmrnts cx.cnti:d u.cJ fur other prttducl., xurh ac filnrs• fitr Wkiing Ihc cclh af which all living :d.u drlxnch an the nilrol:cn r)'rle. l'he n>:rttcr i% cumlxtccd. It txrur% in Ihc pro- rapid itx•rcaw in Ihc wutld Ixtpulatiun has Icin antlcctOcs w•hich drlrrntinc ccll aharply intcu.ificJ IIw demand for'iwd s[ntclurc cmtd fnnrtit,n, wtd in thu.c sitcz' •anJ lihers. of llrc rnw•kic arul mnlrrulcs v.hich :uc Attxlcrn trchnululty pruvidc% inJu.- reslxm.ihlc rur thr r:ulldid dupli.:tlittn nnd hi:Jly-IixrJ nitny;cn fia' ay;ricultnrr antl Ir.rnsmis.ioo uf inhrtilcd infurmalinn Ithi f~tri.lry. '1•h.• inl,al ul Ihi. niuul;cn a. grnrlir ctNlc nrdrti:tl). 'Ihcti•liar, krliliicr tll lu culliv:drd .uilk atul lu a nilrult.a i% an c..emi:d uuUirnt lm :tll liv- ing trgat nt.. :uty~{ tNhi}~ Ih:tf? x ~ 3 fiN~l. int~vhim:nll~ tlM~ndM1 al~t1 atMll:un niUr);rn. Sut.tc n/ Ihr.c arc ,~. ---. - _- O:dn.cJ lintitcd cxlcnt tn furc.t Wvil% amuuntcrl in 1975 Ilt hC1N•Cl•n 5O:mJ ldl •1-):/)•rar (_') 11 g (tcragram) = 10'= g = I millit,n nwiric tunnc%/. 'I hu. man i. );rc:dly rmKlif) inl; Ihc n:tlutal cyrlc% nul auly Iurally and rrl;- a , itonatly• hul ahtt 4,n .t I:I~tt .d ..:J.. 'I hi. ~lantl~.in ~harl, Ctmll':tA Ar Iht• lignt'. af 6!)'Ip/)rar. ahi.h t.•ptr..•nl. IIK• :mnu:d inla{.c ul• uihu);rn in thr li,nu ul 1»u'cin
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50257 0579 ~ I Rif. Ars^:,J.c, System No. 3.7 i , Gmelin, Leopold, 1788,1853 Gmelins Handbuch der anorganischen': chemie.: 8. aufl-., Hrsg:: von der Deutschen chemischen gesellschaft, bearb: von R. J. Meyer, unter beratender mitwirkung_von Franz Peters Leipzig-Berlin, Verlag.Ghemie m..b. h. 1924-71 v.. dia-rs. 261/2 cm t~ 1 ~~ Q r1 1 (; ) ~ % S
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~ ::.; ~ _:FOnD--CONTAIFINAAITS)- =~ ~~: : .----~_•.- ~._ ~_- -•-_ _. _ __ _ 50257 0575 w ~ _ .~ i A 72 VI Re-74 S.P. Diehl, J. F. *(no affil.)* RJR CLASS NO. PAMPiiLET 72 VI Re-74 , S. p- OSIUM IN KAP,LSP,UHE, GER.u .ANY, ON TRACE ELEMENTS IN r REPORT O' N A S ~ '~RCLi Y, W:1ILZi,LE.&D, '~ T013ACC0). - 1 .i .~~ , nq r;.ICKEL, CFiROaIURIA, ETC. IN FOOD PRODUCTS (INCLUDI;.G *(Toxische Spurenelemente in Lebensmitteln. Eerichte uber ein Verbraucherdienst 19 (No. 1) 1-4 (Jan. 1974) (in German) *I:eyvord3:* mercury, cured, constituent; lead, cured, constituent; cadmium, cured, constituent; arsenic, cured, constituent; - nickel, cured, constituent; chromiurs, cured, constituent. *1971j, No. 9, W 3263* *d* Tobacco chemistry: Symposit=z),
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50257 0565 '~yz i .. = c;~arir,g .io~ ~ ,~~~ y 5u_n ~ c~~ •"otaccc for 2•;ar:ceto V~L ~'.~ _^ ..0 0 1 0 0 a 0 0 4 a 5 9
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50257 0573 TRACE F.LF.'iT'":T5- :A`'AT.YSIS/'1Tn`dTr ATxSn°PTTn`' qpF.rTnn*!,rTpv/1T.TTMI*!TPm/ CHF.MISTRY, AT\AT.YTTr--ATnMIC ABSnRPTInwT SPF.CT'tn?irTRY/ AXT1,4n`~Y/A^SI:?i Il;/R.1RTL^!/RF.RYT,T.TiT'i/RAn TT^t/~F.nYT.T.TT.^i/nTS`f'TT?T/Tinpn~•./rAT)'iTlr CTTRn`tIL^t/rn"A:.T1rnrPP.n /rO1,n/ Inn`/1.F.A~/LTTTITtnr/*t.~~'r.AVFSF/*iFRrT.av/ '`'TnLYRDF":T^T/\IrKET./PAT,LAnTT^!/PT.ATT~'U'-1/SFT.F.."?TT'Nt/!ZTT.Tr'(1`1/STT:'F.R/TI\'/ TEi.LURIU'•t/TiTALT.IIT`-i/TITANIU`T/VA":AT)IL'`t/?T~:r/ T.IRrn•:TT?`*/ i ~RA 1231 Be ~ 1980 { /*bw4PFd"!, HEYDEN INTERNATIONAL TOPICS !N• .. cz-iC~~[~DMF~. Editor: L. C. Thomas ` TOXIC M-ETALS ANn .., ; y 0 rE -1~kl THEIR ANALYSIS LONDON • PHILAUELPHIA - RFiEINE ELEANOR BERMAN r . i . . . ; 0 1 ~ 0 n'0 0 9~3 Y/ ALS--ANALYSIS/METALS--TOXICOLOGY/~ Cook County Hospital • Chicago, Illinois .,
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50257 0578 /I'1f0SPIi0.^,US/ TiRSENTi / ANTIAiO:v'Y/ /BISidUTII/ /' ' REF. QD 151 Gm 1975 G[ ; ~elEn Handbuch der Anorganischen Ch,ernie Erganzungswerk zur achten Auflage Band 24 New Supplement Series t~erf tue~rhatoger~orgarto-0lerbioaungen aler Hauptgruppenegernente Teil 3 Verbindungen von P,hosphor, Arsen, Antimon und Wisrnut rm °~ Springer-Verlag Berlin • Heidelberg • New York 1975 ~ ~~ o:~ ~~) U 72
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., x~` ~ 50257 0580 / ~ ~ ~. ~ lt6't.Gn i~ i":~~Ii 0C tcr F rscr~ic~~9 ~ ~ `sfs ; .~ 111, Soil and ~'J~~cr by ~.fcmEC Atscr~~~on Nevin A. Namrne Q' n IS~wict L)Ywr~, Aapt, USAF Jloftnl~N. Hunter, Capt, USAF
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I ' 50257 0576 T 55 Fr 1977 yaluminum,~antimony,-arsenic; -barium,,beryllitrm, •bissalth,•cadmium, .chromitnn,.cobalt,i rcopper,ygermanium, .indium,-lead,~-mercury,- molybde~;um;-nilver,aellurium,,.thalliu.q, ,.tin;-jtitanium,.tungsten,•uranium, and.zinc. ,.. METALS--TOXICOLOGY/ ( 1, TITIE AND SUdTITLE 5. R EPORT DATE • ~SL LJ77 TOXICOLOGY OF METALS - Volume II . PERFORMING ORGANIZ~T~ON COOE 6. . 7. AU7HOR(S) ' 3. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT Lars Friberg, Chairman • • 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND AOORESS 10. PROGRAM ELtMFNT NO. Subcommi ttee on the'Toxi co~ogy of Metal s 4fi111~~ ~ RA VT N~ T / Permanent Commission and%.International Association of HAC Ca ~ . 11'CON Occupational Health ~ 68-02-12$7 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADORESS COVEF 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD H cts Rese ch L b at lth Eff HERL RTP . , ea e ar a or ory , P ,1,~a. GENCrcooa S + . . Of?ice of Research and Development , ON O •s ~ U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Rese~ 'a R n 1S.SUPPLtMENTAR~NOTES r 0 .j u 7 rl PrepaQed =in `doo9er~iol~ with lthe Swedish :Environmenta], Protection 8oard, and the 'Karol i.nska_Insti~e -- ~ , • v,rENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH EF FECTS RESEARCH SERIES/ ~
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REF QD 151 cta 1974 i ~ , I : t SIT.1r,'•:I:/P}IO:;P1inYpL'S/ARSETIC/t:1TI.•tOP1Y/BISi`NTIi/ Gmrlk.n-lin I-randbuch . C~Pr at'~0~'gGnlsr; hen Actlc vollig neu bearbeitcte Auflage Teil [T 4 50257 0577 BEGRONDET VON Leopoid Gmclin . C h e rr. 'tf~ - ;-, Verbindungen mit Phosphor, Arsen, Antimon, HAUPTREDAKTEUR Wismut und Metailen DIZSER LIEFERUNG Rudolf Keim R~DAKTEURE DIESER LIEFERUNG Anna Bohae-yeuber, Brigitte Heibel, IngeL•arg Hirz, Konrad Holzapfcl, Rudolf Keim, Ernst Kocb, Ludwig Roth. Philipp StieG WISSENSCHAFTLICHE M1TAf~0EITER Ingebcrg flinz, Lore Iwan-Hilterhaus, 1 ~ StieC, Ursula Trob;sch-Raussendorf t Systera-Nummor 61 1 Sprin-,--r-Verlag Bcrlin • HeidelGerg . New York 1974 Dietrich Schneider. PhiliFp . 0 1 n 0 0 Ci 0 9 8 7 1
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267.`~In 1973 r . 50257 0586 ARSENIr/' CHP0i1IU2•i/ NIi.KEL/ IRON/ LEAD COMPOUNDS/ IARC b1G'JGGA.A1'i'S ~ O,ti'T}~ EVAI.UATIOM OF TIE cARCIrDGF-NrC ~. RISK OF C}ff-T9IC;US TO MAN: Some inorganic and organozeta.llic compounds & 4:f Volume 2 This publication is the outcorne of the meeting of two IARC Working Groups on the Evaluation of the Carcinogenic Risk of Chemicals to Man, Lyon, 7 October and 29 November - 4 December 1972 International Agency for Research on Cancer .sp
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0 a. 50257 0581 ANTIMONY/ARSETdIC/,13I:RYLLi1TM/CAnP tIL"!/ C??R(1*tIiM/CnP,ALT/LEADMAN(;ANF.SE/ MERCURY/MOLYBnE1"t/NICI:EL/XTANAn/I,i,N/SELENIU,N1/TRACE ELF.PtENTS/ PtETALS--ANALYSIS/ 132 ~y ,~n.alYsis of>Petroleum for Trace }Io 1{ 1976 ;; !y Metals ;~ ROBERT F. GOtTLD,, Serics e-itor 1~~ ADVANCE j JN CHEMISTRY SERIE !S AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCl:TY WASHINGTON, D. C. 1976 I Robert A. Hofstader, Editor Oscar I. Milner, Editor John H. Runnels, Editor Ai•'~Lrnposium cosponsored by the Divisions of Analytical Chemistry and Petroleum Chemistry at the 169th Meeting of the American Chemical n o a~ a 7 5 Society, Philadelphia, Pa.,
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QD 1400 i We 50257 0588 1 v •r t^ T. Y.'14NY .SaD 1f3 725 CtifCi`: ti 9^.!{ c'r1 . . : iiIC'. Gii.?+.l:i::•C7C.! QL ti?-.:ruG.'fCUC. CG::iT)G:iI?d3, ra $L':ie8 04 M3:L.^.fra'cptl3. V. 1) ~ 1970 716 ra?;es :!iZL'y.~YS3tCrSCiI°'.a'aCfi *Ifal 7OrK U i t~ 0+1 ~ 4 9 8 3 2
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, ; HYnRnrA.°.rnNS--.N*•A•v''•'7, 50257;_,0583 . BF.'.Q?.n (a) PYRENE/?tETALS--ANALYSIS/SEI.FtiIUM/.AZSF.NIF./CAnMTi^i/?.EAD/ ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY/CHEPtISTI3, INORGANIC.--ANAT,YSIS/SI1LrUR CO!NPOiiNT)S/ RADIOACTIVITY/HALOGEN CO*(POUNDS/PARTICULATE MATTER•/ACROLEIN/NITRQGEN (1XIAES/ AIR--POLLUTION---ANALYSIS/AIR--ANALYSIS/ .. . RA 576 Ka 1977 Publication Office: (U) t~11n~1~~t` rQN n~n fill?&1llllIIllll ~~~nn~Il~~nQ SECOND EDITION MORRIS KATZ, PhD, Editor APHA INTERSOCIETY CONIMITTEE American Public Health Association APHA AIHA APWA AOAC 1015 Eighteenth Street NW ACS AIChE A.iZ:: HPS Washington, DC 20036 ACGIH APCA ASZME 'ISA SAE ~ Interdisciplinary Books .C Periodicals O ~or ~c Vofc~sional and the Layman , _.
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' i RA 1231 Na 1977 P i ~;. 50257 0591 Medical and Biolobic Effects of-Envi'ronmcntal PollutaMs NAT1O\'AL ACADFAIY ~' OF sC1l:NCES J WASlIINGTON, ll.C. 1977 s V Cornmittcc on Medical ann113iologic Effcct.F of L• n virolimelttal Po1hr toil ts DIVISION OF MEDICAL SCIENCES ASSFM13LY OP l.IF[i SCIrNCI'S NATIONAL I:ESI:AI:CN COUNCIL
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C % 50257 0590 4ARSMIC/ANTIMONY/BISML*fH/ METALLORGANISCHE METHODEN DER VERBINDUNGEN ORGANISCHEN CHEMIE REF As. Sb,13i QD (HOUB•EN-WEYL) 251 MeV1ERTE,VOLLIG NF.U GESTALTETE AUFLAGg 1978 0 NERAUSOEOEREN VON EUGEN !~4ULLERt •EARAEITET VON SAMIR SAAIAAN NAINZ YNTAR SEfON UF R!R LI IT W IRKUNO YON "~'• `' 0110 BAYER 19 '`%/ 7 tEYYRKUSEN ' _ IL>,1tERWFINt • K. ZtEGLERt - 13AND XI1I/8 METALLORGANISCIIE VERBINDUNGL•N As, Sh, hi GEORG TIiIL•AiE VERLAG STUTTGART r. ,nCRAI~ OF.(it I:N V 4 ~ = Q Q +~ tf ~ IIr:f4Z 1.•);or ~`71 /1 . IIA\IYURO (L I~.~f_ ~'~Z ~
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50257 0584 , VINYL C1iLORIDE/FL•tTOROCARBONS/ARSENIC7ASBESTOS/FREONS/CHEMICALS--TOXICOLOGY/ FIRE RETARDANT CHEPiICALS/PdLLUTION--TOXICOLOGY/• PORT NO. 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSIOhINO. EPA-560/7-75-003 -1 & EP -560/7-75-003-1 TLE AND SUBTITLE ' b. REPORT DATE I December 1975 REF CURRENT AWARENESS SERVICE FOR TOXIC- SUBSTANCE CATS) • 6 PERFORMING ORGAN{ZA?#ON CODE ~ --• Q Cumulative Report No. 1, Parr- 1{ Q~4,Z 123 ~ Li yTMORIS) 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT N~ 1975 C-77355 RFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS r•thur., D. Little Inc. Uorn ParkM~ ~Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO. 68-01-2694 PONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS , 13. TYPE OF RE ORT NND PERIOD COVERE ~ffice of Toxic Substances ,. • Annual Cumulative ~,~ flvironmental Protection Agency 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE •r~} This cumulative report contafns zb current awareness.documcutS preparad biwcc:;ly Ifr.om 26 August 1974 through 11 August 1975, during the first year of a two year project. The purpose of this project was to provide the Office of Toxic Subst,,~nces ~OTS , U.S. Environmental Protection Agency with information on new uses (af 1xis'}ir~ ck^km:Qal4rauc¢'is %Ad Sith information of obvious potential environmental concern for both new and existing chemical products.
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50257 0585 ~ S.P.~ ' ^ TOBACCO--A2dALYTICAL 'fF;TNOPS/ - ' , F•JR CLASS NO.,`'FAMPIILET 1'II Re6-74 s.p. Instj.tut Fresenius, Wiesbadcn, Ger. RESULTS FR0°i ?I•:G DIFFERENT I•fET•30DS OF DETEP.MII~tIVG.:ARSEPIIGt IN GER`Sda •",3: ~ CIGARETTE T0BICCOS. :i . *(Weitere Arsen bestinmungcn in gemahlenen Tabakproblen.)* Institut Freisenius, letter, k'iesbaden, Ger./(Apr. 29, 1974) (in Genzan) *Keywords:* arsenic, cured, constituent. NOTE; The results of the tuo methods .ffer by several hundred percent. For ...~ example, on one sample the result was 2.5 ppm for one method and n: 44 ppm on the other. ~ 4 *197k, No. 10, W 3983* *d* Tobacco cl:enistry: ". __::_._=.,:-.»»~.~: t3 t ~ Q ~1 ~ ~; ~ ~ ? 9
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~y.•..f._..._......_._.. .._72"VI "In= ~ S.P. . '. (Musashi Inst. Technol., Atom. Res. Lab., Ozenji, Tamaku Kawasaki-shi, DETEMINATI0:1 OF CAPPER, ~`lBV.:Ra AND ~ RCURY I:~ TOBACCO LE~IVES. Radioisot:opes 22a(No. 10)'~72-4 (1973j'"~(in Japanese with English sum..-uiry) *Keywords:* mercury, cured, constituent; arsenic, cured, constituent; copper, cured, constituent. 50257 0589 RJR CLASS NO., PAAfPHLET 72 VI In-74 s.p. Maruyama, Y. ; Kor.iiya, K. Jap.) , ~ . .. .. *1974, No. 21, W 8078* *d* Tobacco chemistry (analysis): - - r„ :,v•.." . ..... - - .. . .... ._.;T-.~t....-.--.;...__.__„s_._ . . Y.+ . • . . . .. . . . . - . • . , . . _ a . :. ... . - 7 . . . _ ' . - 1~!*Y."2!'~!1T' ~
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i ; SILICON C1TE*iISTRY/OR(;ANOmFTALT,IC COr'.°OUNDS--RF.ACTIOUS/ , POLYT4ERS AND POLY*1FRIZATZOti'--REACTIONS/ARSENIC/ANTIM0?VY/AIS;±ITTH/ BORANF.S / ANNALS OF THE `NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES) ~ VOLUME 159, ART. 1 PAGES 1-334 ~ une12,1969 ~ Editorial Director J Editor-in-Chief ; ~ PETER D. ALBERTSON MARC KRAUSS ~ ~ Associate Editor Prroduction Editor ~ 1 MARJORIE A. MUSIL KAREN SUSSELL ' QD REDISTRIBUTIONYREACTIONS IN CHEMISTRY' 241 Ne 1969 Conference Cochairmen ~ I } KURT MOEDRITZER AND WILLIAM J. CONSIDINE i CONTENTS Introductory Remarks. By KURT RSoeDRrrzER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Principles of Redistribution Reactions and Equilibria. By JOHN R. VAN WAZER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 • - _ .. . -8 C.. Tnv.r n R lVcvoN. ~ b 0 9 8 8 6. • ,
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.vt_ .ti. 50257 0597 ' II Sc Arsenic ~ # (19b~) i 1 •.1:3~.i7:t .>. . , -- ^;,:, ;.+~ . 0 ~ 0 ©0 00 9 a 9 1
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50257 0593 ' ' (Verband Zigaret_tenindustrie, H:..abury, Ger.) ~lL:i)UfiTS OF ARSFA`IC,- LEAD, AND Z;ERCURY OCCUR NATURALLY 1l'.ID THROUGH COt7TA'.•SI::ATIGa IN FOOD PF.OPU;•TS, TOBACCO, :.TC. *(Uber die Y•ontaznination von Futtermitteln und Nahrungsmitteln mit e S P ` O:4schlaeger, W. FoOn--CbNTA*,r(AINiS/ TOlincco--G.n;,'A.NY/ -I = FJR CLASS • IJO. YA.'~ti'IiLFT 72 \'I Rc-76. s.p. 72 VT R Cadmium.)* German) Verband Zigzrettenired., int. Rept. 6 p. (Hamburg, Ger. (1976) (in *I:e}'words:* arsenic, cured, constituent; lead, cured, constituent; cadmium, cured, ccnstituent; mercury, cured, constituent. A ~ t il 0 o`.a 0 `) oa 7 I
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IVX" •_`-- 50257 0594 r" TOBACCO--GOLD/ ' P ~t 72V. Re-76 R;,r;0, ~ ,,S • N0. PAMPHLET 72 VI Re-76 s. S h D K k Bh attac aryya, . ., ayastha, B. C., Pur (Saha Inst. Nucl. Phys., Calcutta, India) • . DETERMINATION OF GOLD AND ARSENIC IN INDIAN TOBACCO LEAVES. Raciochem. Radioanal. Letters 23 (No.-1) 43-48 (1975) (in English) *Keywords:* gold, cured, constituent; 0 1a 0 c1 a 0 9. 8 a 81 0 0 101
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1*X1 '-'- ' i 50257 0587 0 . ..{ : .. .~. .. Q RESIUUI: RIiVIEIiS, Vol,. 68, 123-149, 1977. F(lK)D--ANAT,YSIS / 78 III° Le2 ! l .• I: PA- G00/J- 77-111 J0Uf1.\AL .1RTICI.E Dctcrnlinatioil o. .trscnic and arsenicals in foods and other biological materials By I;OIIFRT C. 1,F Nt,'iS* Zr•S. .& Jo~ Gya.nut-c a/ - CLOt,ntcnts ~ . - : L Introduction --r----- ----------------------------- ---------------- 123 II. Collrctinn and itoral:c of sampk~s _____________________ ---_--_--- 124 ' IIL Sa:npln prcp:uation 126 ------------------------------------------------ s) For drtr•rmination of total a•s.•nlc contcr.t ------------------------ 1?(f 1. Destruction of I,uaozrcal rnatrix --------- ______________________ t. R.•co.•cty, of arscnic fturtt :uhvd or ciigc>tcd s.tmp lcs ------------ b) Fcr dctc•rn:iinatinn of spcc:fic arsenic corupounAs _.________________ 1V. StlnJ.l:t!s -'--L ---------------------------------------------------- V. NctF.ods of mcasuremrnt ------------------------------------------- a) Colur.rnetr.^ ----------------------------°----*-------•-------- b) Atuaic absurptinn >; neronu•try --------------------------------- 0 Ra<!ioactivadion .In.rlv.s ---------------------------------------- ,0 Othcr spcctrosc•opic rnd5rxls _--_-_--_-- -----------------°------ ej Ch:ornatogr:lphy ---------------------------------------------- f) Ekctroclwrnical m:thods ---------------------------------------- R .4hcncis ------- i-------------------------------------- ------------r-- S 127 1 29 131 132 1•33 133 13-1 137 13S 140 1-ir 143 144
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XK 14cF-D-37C-75 I Re;lztlafad, C. 50257 0595 f~ATURAL CCCURRC~iCE G~=--`aRSE*3~'t4N FOOD PRODUCTS OF PLANT DRIGrN Gives results of analytical investiyatiCr:s carried out in Germany on arsenic in fruits, ve3etables, and wines from Germany and other European coun Lri es .(No i n f ornatii on on tobacco.) N/Iit:eilt:ncsbiatt de; GD Cr-Fac'rlgruppe .; .~ ~.e=0e.,1sM.1t-*-eichem1e uncl ,crtc%richthcne Chvmie Heraus,;eseben von dc: Fach~ruppe Lebensmirtelc!;en,ie und gcriehtliehe Chem.t der Ge.u'aschah Ucus;hcr Chcrnikcr ::ri;nr.o 1974 LCGCJ:3 Z?.(7) 215-230 (1974) 'rleft : - ;~G oin.on#3 o-) a a 9 •
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t 0 b E: 0 0 U U tG 1 p i L090 LSZOS Sng aaaa~. .--, -,
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. ~ lh" • _v-, 50257 0602 TOXICITY--TRACE ELE`tE:~TS/ IF,ON /COPPI:R/?-!OLXIinI:r'iPt/CCFALT/?:ICKEL/ *tAN(:Ai:ESE/ ZINC/ CADMIL?t/ CI?P.O*tI1!M / TCDIP?F./ SELENIiTN'/ FLTInRINF/"cF.P.CURY/ VA?IADIL^*,/ SILICQPi/LEA.n /ARSENIC. / SttOY,INf: AND HEALT1i/TOBACCO--S`1OKE--NICKEL/ TOBACCO--SriOKINr.--HEALTIi EFFECT/ QP 534 Un 1977 ~ Trace Elements %in Human and Animal/Nutr ition Fourth Edition ERIC J. UNDERWOOD Departmcnt of Animal Science and Production Institute oLAgricWture University of Western Australia Nedlands. Western Australia ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1977 A Subsbdiary of ftarcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers p I A o
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50257 0582 6-er•) able. rt;:,ASS :~0. ;'1-.~u'iILET 75 VI In Institut Fresenius GmbH, Chemische i3iolooiscihc T.r~:oratori.er. GmbH, IfOUNTS OF LEAD, CA,U`'IIUI•i, ARSENIC; AND IIERCURY. IN GERi'L~1N TO.;ACCJ BLENDS. V~ k ~r.'i lw. O 'Oe,,D - Inst. Fresenius GmbH, Chem. Biol. Lab. GmbH, Ger., 1 p. - Confidential ~adressed to German Cigarette Industry Trade Association (1975) (in Gertaan) *Keywords:* lead, cured, constituent; cadmium, cured, constituent; arsenic, cured,*constituent; mercury, cured, constituent; 0 1~1 ~ ~l t1 U 1 ti 7 0
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lxsenic--Ciguse tt,ss . , .50257 0609 Hj ern, L,.: ARSENIRHALTEIV `I 'SVENSKA CIGARRETTER.',. ( Arsgni;c : Content 4f ' Swedish -Cigarettes.._. ) Nordisk- Hygienisk; T&dskrift 42,. 27.2-276 (1961); -• In. Swedish wi.th English , siumnery.:, 0 i ~ 0 Cl ~~ ~9 9 0 3
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.. ~---- - 50257 0596 ~.__.. CYCLAPIATF.S/ETIIYl. ALAOIiOL--PH".P.MACOLOGY/FREONS--TOXICITY/FLTTOROCAP.EONS/ Y' FREONS see a].so FLUOROCARBO`:S/r!YCOTOXIP:S/NITRATIPS/NITRITES/NITROSAMINES/ PESTICIDES--TOXICOLO(;Y/VITA.titIN A/ AEROSOLS/FLUOROALI:ANES/ARSENIC/ASLESTOS/ARS::NIC--TO%ICOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY/ BENZO(a)PYRFIV'E/CAD.IIUM/CAFFEIfiE/CANNABIS/CARBON MONRXIDE/ CARCINOGENS, qe~-t r4~C&I~-f1~•AYSATION/AIR--POLLUTION--CARCINOGENS/ • T....1•.. ,~lrrb. Tosikol. 3]. _'i9-3S9 (1974) 0 by Spricb°er-Verlag 1974 75 iI Sc $eview of the Literature Lvcrc ScFa.osszr. 0 i fl 0 tl 0 0 9 a 9 0 0 Thiuc-.iaw of thc litenture, which supplements Vol. 30, includes reports pub- ' lisbed in 7973 on toxic acti.-itv, drug side-e!t•ects, allergy and addiction. Titles are given in the ianguage of publication. ~ All drugs are listed in alphabetical order under non-proprietary, names as approved or proposed by «'HO. These nubstances are so numcrou3 .ust many of them hace been grouped under general medical or chemical descriptions (e.g. anti- eoagulanta; hypoglycemic agents; phenothiazines). A note under the group heading indicates .rhen agents aro also listed individually. Plants are given under their ~ botanical names. The review is preceded by a list of the monographs published in 1973. 1 Monographs I
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50257 0612 c~~ ~ 117 Arseuic---neterr~ina:ion i Be OF i':::'t.'.:X r~':A'i.zSIS i ~ ~- ~ L'1 savi.er Publxchin,^_ Co. k:,sterCam , ~ I I i 0 i tl A n i; ii ~ y~ b
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_ ' 50257 0604 72 VI Re-76 TOBACCO--GERMANY/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 VI Re-76 s.p. Verband Cigarettenindustrie, Wissenschaftliche Abteilung, Hamburg, Ger. M , AND RESULTS TO DATE OF A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF ARSENIC; LEAD, CADMIU MERCURY IN FOUR UNIDENTIFIED GERMA.'~ CIGARETTE BRANDS. ~' *(Bisherige Ergebnisse der S-fach-Bestimmungen an 4 Cigarettenmarken nach Prufung auf Reste von Arsen, Blei, Cadmium und Quecksilber.)* Verband Cigarettenindustrie, Wissenschaftliche Abteilung, Harabur, Ger., ~ Confidential manuscript, 1 p. (:•iay 20, 1976) (in German) *Reywords:* arsenic, cured, constituent; , lead, cured, constituent; cadmium, cured, constituent; ~is a rather wide uiscreFancy of results. y ~from one laboratory only are available; for cadmium, two laboratories; for mercury, 3 laboratories,rthere , 'Abstr: Results are given of the data obtained by four different German commercial laboratories based on five determinations for each, or arsenic; for lead,results mercury,._cu.ed, constituent. 0 1 o0 0 0 0 .9 a 9 a ~
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Arser_ir--Canccr YN--ast, I)3c?;.3»ms V. Ta4eT'R,Ar:a: ) , ;-r:t ia^J L.NaC I:NJ SF.LE.:Ii3;d: A "SYC[lCiiYtLh.IIiG PRJ.iLt-i I:c~ld F,nvicv of Pc:,t Control S (No. 1) 6-28 (1970) 50257 0608 0 : le) n r :i tLI3 9 9 () 2
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.. II-XI• -v- , , 50257 0600 : -- ~" TOBACCO--SMOKF.--ANALYS IS /TOBAC('O---SMOKE--ARSENIC;/TORACCO--SMOKF.--BISYRITR/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--SELENIUM/TOBACCO--SMOKE--TELLURII?M/TORACC4--SMOKE--ANTIM•ONY/ : .ti.• t VI Tp-76 i. RJIt CLASS Ir'O."P1-1•EPIiLET VI To-76 a.p. . S incer, D. -- L(Impcrial Tobacco L ~d., Rrist~ THE ESTIIrIATION OF 1, Gt. ~B~ it.) ~ TIriONY, tARSENIC, yI3IS:iUTH, ~StLENIUM, AND kELLURILfii IN TOBACCO AND CIGARETTE SISOKE 4 ~ , 1 p: Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 30th, paper,/Nashville, Tenn. (Oct. I8-20, ~ (in English) . i *Keywords:*••antiinony, cured, constituent; antimony, smoke, constituent; ~ arsenic, cured, constituent; ' arsenic, smoke,.constituent; bismuth, cured, constituent; bismuth, smoke,.constituent; selenium, cured,constituent; selenium, smoke, constituent; tellurium, cured, constituent; tellurium, smoke, constituent. ~ . 0 1 n o n o 0 9 8 9 4 . ~.~.. 19i
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. ~~•-~-- 50257 0599 , ~__......,..~--- - ~--"-=•--`----- - - .~,_....._. ..._•__......_.._._....... - ~. . _.......~_...~ai.:.>.-.:.:~ .._.......-r,..... ' :iau::.~~.u..~ , P,i'sF CEP.MNIU`i/TIN/LEAD/NITRO(:EN/PHOSPHOROUSIA'RSh"~c'ICrANT1i•tONX /BIS;itim /0}CYGE?:/ QD SULFUR/SELENIUri/TELLURILTMI/POLONILTMi/FLUORINE/C}iLCIZI::E/BROaINr./ IODIBTL'/ 151 Sn ASTAThFE/ 1973 COMPRE, HENSIVE Voiu:.ie 2 IIwQRGANIC" CH. ii MISTRY N P,'As,'Sb, lii 0, S, Se, Te, Po Volume 2. Ge, Sn. Pb, Group VB, Group VI3, Group VIIB F, Cl, Br, I, AL EDITORIAL BOARD PRtbJish,.! bp J. C. F;AILAR jR., Urbana PERGAMON PRESS I-L J. ENiELEL;S, F.R c., Ca»rbridge SIR RO\ALD XYHOLNf, Lorrdor= EX-7IrcSire dir:riburors in the Mc.ct.rn Y.c.nirpiztre A. F. TROTMA1-DICI:E\SO?r, Ccrdiy' GOliPE'N-DIi'M pt-BI-ISIIERS (Erecutivz £.diror) ...,~._.., . ,,,,_.,.... .. .. ...._ . - . _._. -. •_..... , .,-...,,._., a S~0 Q n 6 a^~3 93
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. Inlern.l. Lnt•bon. Anal. Cbrm., 1975. Vot.4, pp.97-108 . r on an rcac Ie uis ers t. Printed in Great Britain TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/ I Emission Spectrog; aphic . 76 IIIjSl~ . t~ `> f 5025T0603 CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--TRACE ELEMENTS--DETERMINATION / Determination of--A,rsenic;-- Antin~ony, ~admiur~, Lead, C.Qpper, ~and Zinc in Airborne Particulates Colle~ted on Glass Fiber Filter AKIYOSHI SUGIMAE containing 10 mcgfml of indium are addcd dropwiso on the discs. After evaporating the solution, the clectrode is subjected to DC arc excitation (current: 15 A, analytic.: l gap: 2 mm, exposure time: 30 sec with no preburn). The precision of the method is consistently Environmental Pollution Control Cen:ei Osaka Piel., 1-chome, Nakamichi, Higashinari-ku, Osaka, Japan KEY WORDS: Analytical method, emission spectrography, boiler cap electrode, trace elemcnts, airborne particulates. A fast, simple, pra;ise, and d:rect emission spectro;raphic method has been devclopcd for the determination of arsenic, antimony, cadmium, lead, copper, and zinc in airborne particulates collected on glass fiber filter. Sample discs, punched out from the glass fiber filter, are packed in a boiler cap electrode. Fifty microliters of an internal star.dard solution ~ O O tte~ tha }t 12f,. S
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.. lk, ..V^~ .50257 0598 +::'BtFaLC' li. 3. Sneed, h:a}•ce Cannon,1SF6-- ed. Cornprehensive inorj:.nic chemishy jedited by, M. Cannon ; 1511 Sm•ed, vy. Lewis. Dfay7ilyd tandj P.obert C. Brasted. 1 York, Van Nostrand i195;T- P. IIIus. 24 cm. New Bibliographical footnotes. CoFrE.'qTS.-v. 1. Principles of atomic and molecular structure, by W. N. Lipscomb. Theoretical and applied nuclear cbemistry, by P. A, O'Connor. The actinide sertes, by G. T. Seaborg. 1. Chemistry, Inorganic. 2. Chemistry, Physical and tbeoretic ai. i. Tit]e. QD151.S69 546 53--8775 Library of Congress - M101 fl~ 4 0 (~ t3 0~l 3 .9 2
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! Qj 50257 0613 1 139 Arsenic--Dete=ii3atica. , jfYaGyD .7• \ie (ede) (svci^e.y :f.: E,n.:zlZ•tica1 CutcsistrYs Rr..slytic.*_1 !!,,~sa 1. il.~ ~t r.,. .! r,. J . 1963 577 p. V. ~Icaer 6 Sons, Ltd. CF=bridna, M=o. , 0 1 tl 0 tl t, 0 9 9 0 7
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Ilkl. .:. , 50257 0615. ~3I + Sc Arser.ic•--Food .~ (1166) i ~ ~ ' i . :chrc _.~^ t Eer.ry A. E!t_:'±i:,i. by Scf,z'c~drr, 3icnry A. and Juseph .t. Ba1assa. K,o-o fz•ain• 3our. L'hrcn. Dis. 19 (aa: !) . o t ~o~r ~~~ ya9
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50257 060S 4 . 72 VI Re-76 TOBACC O---GEMM~4Ie'Y! , , RiR CLASS .ti0. PA%.TtiLET 7,, ~ ~I Re-76 s.p. S.P. .Verband Zigarettenindustrie, Iiar,burR, Ger. RESULTS OF DETERMINATION BY FIVE DIF FLRE?dT LABORATORIES OF FOUR ~ (UNIDENTIFIED) GERMAN CIG .P.ETTE BRANDS AS TO T1iEIR CONTE +T IN •ARSE2IIC; ,T.EAD, C:1J.fIli:•1, AAID .t'(ERCliF.Y. . *(Resti;rsiung von Schwermetallen ir, Tabak.)* Confidential Report and AttachmeFits, 9 p., Hamburg, Cer. (Sept. 10, 1976' (in Gernan) *Keywords:* arsenic, cured, constituent; ~ ,lead, cured, constituent; cadraiun;, cured, constituent; rdercury, cured, constitucnt. _ - ctcrminationof arsenic, cadmium, lead and m~rci~ry in v3rious. ~ U tobseco samples and com.-nercial cig:~rettes of V'est G.:rmany. The 'ainounts of arsenic in tobacco varied 0.39 - 0.63 ppm, cadmium 1.22-1.90 ppcn, lead 2.63-5.45 ppm and rnc~rcuzy -0.03-0.06 ppm. T!he amount ; of lead in coiN:i.:rciil cigarettes was about 4.5 ppm and cad,nium about 1.32 ppn, The methods used for the determination of the ; individusl con.pcLn,as are discuss.-!d. --- I o i 0 0 ~.~ 0 9 6 99
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~ 50257..0006 T0;3ACC0-- S*fO:;F.--C1::.B("~ 1f0%NOXIDE/TOBAC:.O--SMOKE--NITfiOSA`IIaES/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--AI R POLLUTION/ CARBON i.f0;d0:{IDE/INSECTS/RODENTS/A;dI?iALS/HOL'SI\G/OCCLTATIONAI. DISr:ASES/ CLIPiATE/TRANSPOP.TATIO,N/~fE2dTAL IIYGIi?NE/TOXIC SUJiSTANCESt#R-,'LNiC-/CAD:KIITa: / LI:!'.D/:,fI:RCUP.Y/ASBESTOS/CARIiON Pf0\0:(IDE/NITROGEN OX7.DES/FLUORIDES/OZONE/ NITRATES/NITRITES/DDT/INSECTICID"LS--TOXICOLOC:Y/POLYCHLOP.INATED BIPHENYLS/' TERATOGEIIS/P:OISE/LAf~S AND LrGISLAITO`/CIIRO*'OSO;7, ABEP.RATION'S/SAAIITATIO.d/ ENVI ROI,ZIENTAL HEALTH/TOBACCO=-SrfOKI::G--HEALTH LFFECT` AIIt--POLLUTION--HF.ALTII EFFFCT/POLL'u i ION--f•7ATER/ iiZTRUSAS1 FOOD --CONTA*fIr:ATION/CA2vCI:)'--CAUSATION--BY ENVIkO?r1EN'Tp.L FACTOFS,, DISEASES--CAUSES AND THEORIES OF CAI'Sl,TION/ CENEVA ' 1 WORLD HEALTH OP.GANIZATION -• 1972 ' . of 5A ~ 44 kb 111 iI1~ _L l~ 11I1LL-11\ !J U 1972 ~ 2 C. OF Prepared by 100 specialists ~ PDDL ' TT4'E~ ~E jU~ F, AN in 15 countrics , 1 C. 1 J-J 1.i 11 V.~tl ENVIRONIVIENI 7 0 =1 9 0 0
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12. SPONSORiNG AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Office of Toxic Substances U:S. Environmental Protection Agency 14.SPONSORING AGENCY CODE Washington, D.C. 20460 • In June 1974, the Office of Toxic Substances, EPA, contracted with MITRE to collect and analyze toxic substances datain the U.S. In the next 14 months, MITRE,Son~ac d,~ ge.qcig i 20. k~y sXat~s and collected and analyzed their monitorin data. This 9pb~t '~est~i~s t~atyef~flbr~j and discusses the amount, type and useful- : ^o« nf thP data and.the toxic substances monitoring capabilities of the state ~ RA ARSF,NIC--DP.TERMINATION/RERYLLIUM/CADMIUM/CHROHRU:'I/CYANIDE/LEAD/ 1231 MERCURY/POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS/ Ro 1. REPORT NO. 1975 EPA 560/7-75-001-1 2. 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Compilation of State Data for Eight Selected Tokic Substances )i AUTHOR(S) E. Roberts, R, Spewak, S. Stryker, S. Tracey 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS j The MITRE Corporation Westgate Research Park McLean, Virginia 22101 50257 0614 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSIOMNO. 6. REPORT DATE September, 1975 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO 75-52 Volume I 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 2LA328 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO. -1 68-01-2933 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED Final I
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50257 0620 A:'sen:ic--mJb&CcC.-.. , a }. . ' ` Aleksandrob, K. ARSENIC CONTENT IN THE TOBACCO OF BULGAREAN CIGARETTES. Photostat:from': Comptes rendus de 1'Academie; bulgare des Sciences 14 (No.5) 539-542 (1961) 4 i o 0no09 9 1 4
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ENVIRONMT-':TAL 1?EAL'i'f1IS+IR--POLLLTI(lti/WATER--P('T.LCTIO*I/HASTE Ti'.EATME:TT, VOL.S.I--XVI/EIBLIOGRAPHY,VOL.XVI/ WASTP. DISPOSAL, VOLS.I-RVI/POLLUTION CONTROL,VOLS. I--XVI/WASTE,INDUSTRIAL,VOLS.I--XVI/REVERSE OSlSOSIS,VOL.IV/ WATER TREAM-S'.LTI, VO:.. IV/TO7.ICOLOOY--ACUTE TOXICITIES,VOLS.II,V--XIII/TOXIC SI;BSTANCES,VdLS.II,V--XIII/ i , ' 897 TD Un 1973 RECO`CtENDED METHODS OF REDUCTION, NEUTRALIZATION, RECOVERY, OR DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE. Preoared for 1.;.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY. By R.S.OTTINGER et al'. August 1973 tn Vols.I-XVI Distributed by: U.S.DEPARTMENT OF CO*41ERCE, National Technical Inform. Serv. PB-224581-PB-224595 • 0 VOL. I. SUMMJkRY REPORT. Vol.11. TOXICOLOGIC:. SUMMARY P kn VOL.111. DISPOSAL PROCESS DESCRIPTIONS, ULTIMATE DISPOSAL, INCINERATION, AND PYROLYSIS PROCESSES N VOL.IV. DISPOSAL PROCESS DESCRIPTIONS, BIOLOGICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE TREATMENT PROCESSES. 0 to VOL. V. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, PESTICIDES AND CYANIDE COMPOUNDS. NATIVNAL DISPOSAL SITE CNADIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, MERCURY, VOL.VI. ARSENIC,i CHROMIUM, AND CADMIUM COMPOUNDS. ~s VOL.VII. 'NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, PROPELLANTS, EXPLOSIVES AND WARFARE ?tATERIJJL. VOL.VIII. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, . t ~ MISCELLANEOUS INORGANIC AND ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. VOL. IZ. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS. VOLS. X. INMSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL DISPOSAL CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, i & XI. ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. VOLS.XII. INDUSTRIAL AND ML'NICIPAL DISPOSAL CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILB REPORTS, & XIII. INORGANIC COMPOUNDS. VOL.XIV. SUMMARY OF WASTE ORIGINS, FORMS, AND QUANTITIES. VOL. XV. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PLANS. VOL.XVI. REFERENCES. i 0 c1 _o a 0 9 7° : ~..., ..~..,.
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50257 0624 } ! Dirimaiiy . B&. D . . ARSENIC:' CHRONIC HUMAN INTOZICATION: • ~ Photostat from:' J.' Occupational Medicine-,* 2, 137-41. ( 1960) 4 , , ~ E1 1 rl 4 fl 0 0 -y 9 1 a i
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. IVkI - -.-, 50257 0617. Clark, Staitle3• jolkn. Qusntitativt nothocbs o: organic anic microanalysis. London, liuttcrworths Scientific Pub:ications,18; G. °53 p. IItLS. ':3 em. 1 Microchemistry. 2. Chemstry, Anatgtic--Quantltative. 8. Ch::mtstry, Organic. Q,DS8.C57 ^ 1 524.s 56-46i4 Y Library oi Congress 1101 a~ nQ n0 o) y 1 1
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50257 0633 t ! ~ Sc Axsenic---Tob4ccc ~" ~ (1966) , ?' Sc;sxflejcrL ~~( l7I tr`t"1: SS..L~LY~, i:y $~w~..:C .n~ A. a:Id Josep:~ J. LC:LSJJa,.• ' 1 ~C~.„~~ r`;, ~ ?rAto frcm.: 3our. Chron. Bis. _„_9 (2tio. 1; ~~ ~~ ~ 85-106 L.::S~ ~ ~ ~ 9 2 7
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50257 0634 Arseni c"Tobacc:or.'`" 5=:1, I:o Co, Jxo ~ ~tC~"t'd Iii"rC)F 1±~ScL;IC .P:LZZs~ ~'a 3I- ' c~..~ :t,: g ~r ~#~ ~.' ~#~ Ca I; C. MzCaiztso T(3~ ~`S~a ~ ~ ^'"' 2o:aeC« r:~~zi~t Scxiea ~;v ..lw~~. C, ¢~ Ca r,o.70 114. RQprintCc3 fsoMs l4gror.o.,y J. St,o 12g-13S CiS62i O ~ i uo ~f~Q 9 9 28
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50257 0637 ! VI I Ze A: sFn±c--TcL--cco. Zeidler., Fraderick A. S- THE LEAD ANO ARSEN}-C CON7ENT OP CANAA.fAN AOMESTI.C TGBACCOS, by Frederick A, Zezdler and W.i1.t3.am S~ Z.1a8ne~. ~ ~~ o Cl a 0~9 3 1
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}tT. Re„ a A-senic--Tonacco-~-P.ibl iography ""`"-°`tt- 50257 0638 , R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Procuct*Development Depts., Science Information Division BIBLIOGRAPHT OF'REFERENCES ON ARSENIC- Atid-TO$ACCO OR Tg$ACCO PRODUCTS July 30, 1959 6 p... typed .. Winston-Salem, N. C. i
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50257.0643 Arsanic--icL•acca, s:toke. -'. Hollandy Robert H: A',STUDY OF INHAL#,D -ATtSENIC'-74, IN MAN: ;. by Robert H. Holland;:Marq'Bue McCall, and Henry.,C.•Lanz.. Cancer_-Research 19 *No: .11) 1154-56 (Dec.' 1959 ~1---Photos tat'.= :.~ 9 c3 i o o n a c~~ 3 7
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50257 06a5 Arscrnicro'a&cco snoke. Pavlu, Josef' i PRUKAZ A STANOVENT 3,4-BENAPYRENU.A- ARZSNIKU V CIC.ARETOYEM LPIRO? (Eteection and determination of 3,4- benzo- pyrene and arsenic in cigarette smoke.), byvy Josef Pavl:u^ add' Jan= Sula: • Rotostat from; Casopis_ -Lekar~q,CeSkych 96 (Nos. 3r4 ) 10:1s04 (January 22, 19600 ~ o!~ 0 c? a o y 93 9
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50257 0631 e ' P.J?, CLASS \0. P;::PFILET 72 VII Re6 S.P, l:i;,;c:.sch::ftliche Forsc.L:-;,:-stclle Cerh.ir.rl Ci^uru: ten industrie, Hzr.:burb, S.Ll,T_.~:. G: PL:::T CC::i^nL DISC: SSZOti AT C:: L'i:C::~_ Y 7, 1971.. ..scautz £1=:prechu:,g i:. Bur.desG~s;sr.::aeits ~t za 17.1..." t't:;''.;znd Cit;arctc .ntnc:.:stYia, Ha.b,t ~~ o. Ger., S r. (""_c. 13, 1971) (in Gerr:arn c:iCh Go:.:piete English Lr3n.slntion) ,Coatrary to this posittoa (Coaception), the tobacco products are subject to the rc=ulatioas in the na. outline (¢ -S). Sherefvre, the representative of the 2cderal Departr.ent of 'tcalth will subait a request at tho oectinY of Deceober 22, 1971 to postpoao,tha. d.telina of the law in regard to tobacco products to' Janu.ary 1, 1975. If this xqucst is dcnicd, then an acten?t will be rads to i:+:rease t,:a toleratce 2evrls for tobacco in the r.rulatioa and po-3:pone the, datcline to Jan:.ary 1, 197i (1,pec'ix). *'.972. No. 2, W 1U^'t :.tTA s.r~l~ ~(c!icmistry): Tl.a:~co~ U'd f1ri4
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.50257 0626 74 VI Gu CIGARETTLS--APSE?.IC/ TOBACCO--BRO;•IINE/ BROMINF./ARSENIC'--TOT3ACC0/ACTIVATION ANALYSIS/ TOBACCO--AP,ST:NIC--])T:TF.P*1I`.rATIO]vT/TQRACCO--A"7/1U.T;.C¢,L„M .. ._: ~~ r~ - . ~ . .. RJR CLASS ..0. PA~`tPHLET 74 VI Cu . Guntchev C.; Neuburger, M.; Fourcy, A. ~ f. (Institut Protection Plantes, Konstinbrod, Sofia, Bulg.; Centre Grenoble Fr ) Veg ) Biol tale (Lab n ' h Fd , . . , . . erce ona-er. Etudes tiucl., Dep. Rec • d _ ~ DETERMItiATIO;i OF TRACES OF TOXIC CO:~'OL'tiDS IN EUROPEAN, ~1.*ERICAN, AND t FRENCH TOBACCOS BY I`EL'TR0:1 ACTIVATION A?.ALYSIS. *(Recherches de traces toxiques dans des tabacs d'origine europeenne, j americaine et francaise a 1'aide de 1'ar.alyse par activation neutronique.)* .~ Dokl. Sel'skokhoz. Akad. Sofia S(:,Io. 4) 299-303 (1972) (in Frer.ch ' with English abstract) ~t9o1 •S;: llctcrmiaaticn of traces of toxic cnr••ip,runcts in buropc:{n, .'+{nerican, and I'rcnch tcbaceos b.• ncutrol : . *Keywords:* arsenic, cured, t„:aly+is. Gun:hev, 4ihri-to: Ne-ibur:;er. JlicF•el: ; • bromine cured, c FoUr.\', .~narc ;inst. ut;ia. t , St('s1;cd;i:o:. Mr.d., Sn;iu J1472. 5( tl. Y9'3-.',03 (Fri. rl ke ncutron acti.~~ti~~n ,nc'tiuxi ~+i 1:cr and Fcurc~' (1:ZJ).ci.; adap:cd for the dcu{. of (vanirn? (;;2t;-9;-r,) and ai.cv:i; (id10-:;5''J in ~ • tobacco. An:>lication c.f the mc•tnnd to :lmcrican. F:cuch, azd f ~- . } l:urv, can a,cts ;:aw• iir kvc6 of ;t.OS, 71.0, and 135.2 Fi;~r, : i *1974 No. 2 1.1 361* *d* res, ., and As 1.•vcls uf U.26, 0.8, aud O.EG jugr'g, resp., in tite 3 groups of ci;;ar.tsc ~L.._..J,.t..... ... .. ... .__•.,. _. . . . -_ ..~,. Q ~ ~ a 17 l~ ~'~ 9 29 V
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, 50257 0652 x saz ...:%-4.: , Satterlee, Benry S:, THE ARSENIC_POISONING EPIDEMIC OF 1900.. ITS RELATION TO LUNG CANCER IN 1960-AN EX&RCISE IN RETROSPEDTIVE EPIDEMIOLOGY. The New England Journa. of Medicine .1960 6;T¢784.. (October k, 1960) - Photostat.;: - ...,...~ 1 I t3 t f~ 0!l u Q`3 9 4 6
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~ 0 NUTRIENT INTERACTIONS WITH TOXIC"FLT•.MFNTS/CANftR--CAUSATION BY METALS/ TRACE ELEMENTS--TOXICOLOGY/MERCURIAL COMPOUNDS, METABOLISM & TRACE ELEMENTS--TOXICOLOGY/MERCURIAL COMPOUNDS, META80LISM &TOXICITY/ LEAD/METALS--TOXICOLOGY/ARSENIC--TOXICOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY/CO°PER/ NICKEL--TOXICITY/V~ ADIUM/SELENIUM--TOXICITY/TELLURIUM/TOBACCO--ARSENIC/ ~/ Advan res in ' Modern Toxicoloby RA . 50257 • 06 50 LUNGS--CANCER--METALS/ENVIRONMENTAL HFALTH/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/ 1231 VOLUME 2 Go 1977 / 2 c' ,~/TOXICOLOGY ' PDDL 4 1 C•_ OF TRACE ELEMENTS EDITED BY HEMISPHERE ROBERT A. GOYER PUBLISHING CORPORATION UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN OrTARIO Wasl:ington London MYRON A. MEHLMAN NATIONAL INSTITiTfLS OF HL'ALTII I / 1 A HALSTED PRESS BOOK l / JOHN WILEY & SONS New York London Sydney T 0 1 (10 (3 0 o 9y 4 4 .
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Asscnic ccrrounc?s. - 50257 0660 Mann, Krederick George„ The heterocyciic:derivations-of'- phosphorus; arsenic, antimony,..bismtith, and silicon. -.New..YQrk;-Interscience Publishers_, 1950 I ix, 180 P/ 24 cm. ( the Chemistry of Heterocyclil Compounds, a Ser.ies; of monographs)-. Bibliographical footnotes` 0 t~i a a a o~ y s 4
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50257 06.59 . QD 471 D ~ .i ~ Ars~ni'C ca~; ou~ws~:r: Da-pr.t, W E 'Ncnebister.t comrwunds; compounds of low stabitity (byl W. E. L`asent. New York, 211,L De"--er, 1965. ix, 182 p. lllu9. 24 cm. Includes bibltographical references. 1. Chemistry, Physical and theoretical, i. Title. QD271.D33 Library of Congresa 511.225 65-27436 0~t) 0 n 0 u 9 9 S 3
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TOBACCO-THFhL~H~'IslrFi rT~~<~n~~SAt:TIVr StTBSTP.i1CES--TCXICOLOGY/ VORi.~'tEN' S'tEN'S COMPENSATI7\'/ ! ~- OCCUI'ATIO:v~11: 15I5}?1LSF.S%CATl~iIL'~i%G?.~ON MONOXIDE/SELENIUM/ HYDROCARBnNS--TOXICOLOGY/ ~ DUSTS--INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRON~EHTAL ASPF.CTS/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTfl/AROMATIC HYDROCARBO:v'S/ ~ TOXICOLOGY/LUNGS--DISEASES/DISEASES, OCCLr'tATIONATL./ARSENIC -TOXICOLOGY/~nCOTOXINS/ o PESTICIDES--TO.l"ICOLOGY/CIIErtICALS--TOXICOLOGY/P;ETALS/PLASTICS--TOXICOLOGY/ I,- RA in - 579 Ha 0 1974 THIRD EDITION i IIVDU~TRIfCL in .a~ Y .~ :...-~ TOXICOLOGY - A"r ~ ` ' Alice Hamilton M D ~~ . Late Assistant Professor Ernerita of Industrial Medicine, ' ".. '~. C Harvard School of Public Healrh, Boston, Massachusetts ~ ~,.c Harriet L. Hardy, M.D., F.A.C.P. _ . ~~ ~ Cinical Professor of Occupational Medidne, Department of Preventive _ Medicine, Harvard 1-tedical Schooi. Bos:on, Massachusetts PUBLISHING SCILNCES GROUP, INC. Acton, Massachusetts a subsidiary of CHC Corporation tetts .....t..-l.
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50257 0662 ~,~ ; AleKsrx3ro,t~ K, ARSCN?C CQNi'ENT ?.N TKE 708ACC0 OF B(/.LCARIAN C'aG/4RVTtS,. .P.hv-to9tat fror„: Compfes Rendcae c7e I'Ac6l3emie Bu2gaTg cleS Seiences 14, (No. 5) 539-5k2 U961) I Q f~3 0~ n U9 9 5 6
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tiT 50257 0668 ARSEHM IN CIGARCT7ES. d Con~umer Research ; ARSENLC IK CICARCi'.T.ES, I ConsumQr BuLletlln 42 (Na. 3) 24-25 (March 1939) 0 ~ n 4 n:~ ~4 9 6 2
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.fa~.l.• ~..u . .. .Aaj i.~.:. ~. JJ.J.JL.I..~...... rrw...~....'.. ..... ___~ . , I OLLLT7C`v--'TC?:ZCC:.GGY/IrHALATIONi ~a~Da7iJ:i1F~'LJGP.IDES LEAD~ai+iR/DZSEAcES--CA_L'SES A.'~D- T:~ECit~'BS c~F'CZ~.ISATIO~`~~IETEFiIti~'~RY .Dx ~Z'VE/ HYDROCARBONS--TO!{iCOLQGY/OCCUPATION.<:?:, -T2:SEASES/ ; _ i - • AIR POLLi.)TAIN'i'S ~ AFFECTING THE PERFORMANCE OF DU31ES~'IC A1~~I?~I~yLS A''f.iteraiure Ifieview ' . By Roaucr J. Liu.:z, • restorcl. poultry hr&sb.zndman, Animat Seience Research Division . Zl.S. Defof Aq r.. /.-~9%•• ReSR zrz! r-,.cz, ~ o ACriculcure Handbook No. 380 lhis review was supF,iSrted in i+ut by funds from the ":ntional Air Pollution ControI Adminutration, Consumer Proteciion and Environmental Heai.F Service, ' Public Health Servicr, U.S. Department of Health, L'ducation, and li'elfara. _ Agricultsiral Rescarch Scr.-icc UNITED STATES DEPAPM1 1E~tiT -UF AGRICE'L i URE Issued August 1970 SLFLttp te.laed Janua:y :8:_ 0 1 Q 0 0 0 0 9 9 4 3
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50257 0665 ~ VI ; ; -- - _..- ~Srsetii-`a~=~ii~etit~o~''~e~d~~•~~~',, Ftjs= rny L-1 ~,~. ~~~_ ~ .. .- •)'' '~~ rC_j \67V.r.. l~.~. ( ~• ,Cil 0 1 Q 0 ~l t~ U-J 9 ~ 9
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.. ,Vkl.-, •- 0 50257 0653 . CYCLAM:ITES/ETllYL ALA011(1L--PHARNiACOLOGY.IFRE:4NS--TOKICITY/FLi10ROCARBOtiS/ . ~ FREONS see also FT.UOROCAP.BONS/1•11 COTOh'INS/NITI'.ATy-S/NITRITES/?JITROSA*tINES/ PESTICInES---TOXICOLOtT /VITA1iI?d A/ AEROSOLS/FLUOROALKANES/ARSENIC/ASEESTOS/ARSTtiIC--T03ZrOLOGY 14 BIOCHMSTRY/ BENZO(a)PYRENE/CADr1IUM/CAFFEIPiE/CAIvT:AEIS/CARBON Pi0:d0YIDE/ CARCINOGENS, qDZC~,%-liE-A>;1SATI0:3/AIR--PULLUTION--CARCI::OGENS/ • T..~.1-.. • ,~1rch. Tosikoi. 37. ^_79--3:~J (1974) ' o by Sprinoer-Veriag 1974 75 11 Sc Review of thc Literature Lv= Scimossr:.i. Tbig,xsti'leMo tWjl,njure, which supplements Vol. 30, includes reports pub- ' lished in 1973 on toxic activitv, druG side-e~:ects, allergy alid addiction. Ti;,les are ~ given in the langual e o publlcajon. All drugs are listed in alphabetical order under non-proprietary names as approved or proposed by WHO. TL•ese substances are so num<:rous that many of them have been grouped under general medical or chemical descriptions (e.g. anti- ' raagelants; hypoglyceinic agents; phenothiazines). A note under the group headino indicates when agents are also listed indicidually. P:acts are given under their botanical names. - The review is preosded bT a list of the monographs published in 1973. - 11lonoo aphs G t ~0 ~t~c~ ~~9 4 7
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50257:0667 ;n •Zl I AlsksandTov, K. SODkRZANNLe nA AV5£N V D4L6ARSKITE ISIGA.RI. (Ayserutc in Qu.Igaraan ei.Wret..tes.•) 0 f Ci 0 a 33 9 9 6 1
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T ~iRS:~+'~ . . ~ . ~ 50257 0663 ~ ~ly j Gv.~ ; 1 ~ i 1 ~ ~ ~ 1 i i -J..~.~ ~.~rn•....-.._ „ CF CC; ^` ~CK.hL i C:' :GCC.t R i( e~~ ~..~ y r' n . b-,4 C'v tvr ~! l~l (.JJ ~ l~1 w ti Lt iSllvi:i ..f~ e C 9 ~tu QI...L T..} l:C ....::,-~. i ~.S.~b * r ~ S~QG r'.Zi . ~tTQ sd) 19) 2Q•^2 (xO°J :GCO .SClfmCE's c~2-~lj~ II? 1939) 0 U s~ p n 0 0 4 95!
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,Vkl•- v, 50257 0669 GREAT BRITAtN, STATUTARY, INSTRUMENTS 1959. Nr: 831. Arsen in Lebeitsnfttelr: "• (Arsenic in Foods.) Abstracted"in: A. Lebensm-Untersuch..u. Forsch., 112 (No..",3). Gesetze und Verordmungen 80 (May 12, 1960) - Photostat. Cr'? n .3 0 l 0 0 t1 0 C3 9 9 6
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IV,%" - ..'_, 5025.7 0666 ~rs`et3ia~~~a~ot~'"'obai-c&S.--,okow= - , 1 t . ; i 7 t ~ Tcdc.~r~n~,h~ V :. i~X.4 -~'3 : .P. C:OU.1;:::.:~:1uj 14 ` 0, 0 t C~ o n 0 13 9 9 6 0
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50257 0664 +~rys".~iiQ;-,r.Ci4L -T.jh! ~ Lissack,.Sherry E. ARSENIC CONTENT OF COMMERCIAL TOBACCOS,by, Sherry E: Lissack and M. J. Huston:(Faculty of Pharmacy, ` University of Alberta, Edmonton) Photostat"from: Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal, Scientific Section, 92, 89-90 (February, 1959) Q~ 1~1 Q n u U`~ ~ S i3
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~<< s^~o'fe. 50257 0670 r. i. ( h~t%:7`Jy vo i?~ Ca a, ~'~ tn ~ ttor,c AM; J., PubXic Healtk ~ 36-42 (1934)- G o 1 a 0 a 0 o9 9 A4
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- - - - ---_ - - --~ 1 I:~cro- 50257 Q672 ~ fi.lm 2•~0. 72 ~ Covel3o, M, = LIARSpNICOJ YEIENO DI r1JTTS I TEMPI. ~ CAsser+ac., the poison of the ages.) ; Farmaec (Pavia) Ed. Prat. "365- 83 (19Go) 1 1 0 t0 0 G G~ 9 9 6 6
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ARSEN.I.C TOX[CQLQGY AND 8:(OUEMTS'ft~X. :-}• D, L. Vallee, D, D• Uiner; ar~f ~3, L. C. ~rJack.er, ..-c:.'_-h .L`]+. i o ~ ~o naa -) 94$ I
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~--------- ~ ; MANGANESE--TOXICOLOGY/COAL/SMOKING & HEALTH/BIRTHWEIGHT/ 50257 0676 i CANCER--GASTRIC/COAL/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ZINC--METABOLISM/ ~ RADIATION, IONIZING(in drinking water)/DRINKING WATER QUALITY/ I MAGNESIUM/CADMIUM/COPPER/GALLIUM/MAGNESIUM/• ~ 1 CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC/MERCURY/ARSENICAL HERBICIDE/PERSONAL MONITORS/ ` NITRAROGEN OXIDES/ METALS--ANALYSIS/TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/ TRACE SUBSTANCES IN 445 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-XV ; 1981 Proceedings of Univer;ity of Missouri's 15th Annual Conference on Trace Substances in Environmental Health Sponsored by University of Missouri Environmental Trace Substances Research Center and Extension Division Edited by Delbert D. Hemphill Held at Memorial Union University of Missouri-Columbia Columbia, Missouri June 1,2,3, and 4. 1981 oioonao9 97 o
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50257 0673 I FAO FOOD AND NUTRITION PAPER 9 ~' .. „~,~„ XX UnG6 80 '~arsenlG~'and .< in in:~foods: - reviews~of~'comrrmonty~used?~methodsmof ,~Ftal~- .j~s" l pnparad by william horwitz, ph.d' food and drug administration I washington, d.c. 20204, u.s.a. (revised september 1978) I published with the cooperation of the world health organization ~ and the united nations environment programme - ~ FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED TIONS ~ Rome 1979 I 0 1 0 Q 0 0 09 9 b?
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50257 0678 rue-~~- ; , i fij^- No. '!2 ~ i . ~ Cam-;3lZrj ,. j a? .^ .:~.J f).`~r I^=*.~30 a'_' •- ~ J:. . ~ r '.1 2... 0, li Q~ t~ G~9 72 t
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Svenska Tcb;ks h?:, Swed. R.lF. Cl..4SS NO. PAiL'iiLST 73 XI FoI--75 s.p. 50257 0682 A,'vPiUAT RLi OF:T Par. 1974. 19'rJ ~ , Svenska Tobaks AB, 34 p. (1975) (in Swedish with partiai Eaglith sumnary:, *1975, No. 10, W 3876* *d* Tobacco economics (medicine: . 0 1 a O a 0 09 9 7 6
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Ill, . -V-- • 50257 0677 , L RS 403 Bu 1970 STEREOCHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY/DRUGS--METABOLI3M/ DRUGS--BIOLOGICAL RECEPTORS/ENZYME INHIBITION/DRUG DESIGN/. SULFANILAMIDES & OTHER p-A*iPFOBENZOIC ACID ANTAGOVISTS/ ANTIBIOTICS/,$-LACTAM ANTIBIOTICS/ANTIMYCOBACTERIAL Af;ENTS/ AKIMALARIAL S/ '~ANTH ELMI NTIf S f ANTI FUNTC,Ag' 7YCF,NTS"I 'rARSENICALS,/ANTIMONIALS/BISAiUTHIALS/ANTISEPTICS/DISINFECTA.1ITS`/ ' ANTIVIRAL SUBSTANCES/NEOPLASTIC.DISEASES, DRUGS FOR/ IMMUNF. RESPONSE, DRUGS AFFECTING/ ANTLUiE3IC;. AG4iiiS/ ~~ I~ ~ C~~~I~IS'~' THIRD tT.I71ON PART I EDI7ED IIY ALFRED BURGER U a 19 NROFESSOR OF CIILMISTRY. UNIVtRSIfY OF VIRGINIA, CRARIAITESVILLE. VIRGINIA 4 i n a n fl t~ 9 9 7~LLV-irrrEE~sCiLNCE
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ITx 50257 0680 ; sv ~ I ARSEN_Xly.1IAZT-EN~I TQBRKSAOK, ., ., •,.._ 0 1 0 o a 0 o'a9 74
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0 50257 0683 TOBACCO--SWEDEN/TOBACCO--MAI'3UFACTIT ZF ,AM IRAAEY~SkEDtEDj l-. , , , , RJR CLASS NO. PAt•SPHLET 73 XI.Fo1 - i Svenska Tobaks AB, Stockholm, Sweden ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1975. *(-Arsiwedov'f`srrTng~ i 975~*- S.venska Tobaks AQ,.Ann. English summary. V. Rept., 31 p., Stockholm, Sweden (1975) - in Swedish , O .7b s.p,. I
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50257 0671 X~ Sa2 TRE AIRSENJ.C--P(3ISOlJaNG EPIpEMCC OP 1900, ITS R.Ei.A'ra4N TO 7,UkG CATiCER 7N 1960 - AN 7iG.ir.~, ifz- 01 0 0 n G 0 9 9 6 5
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VII Rc6 73 CIGARET'PF.S--ARSRhI C/ 50257 0675 _ f . . . . -.:ti.- 9 ~ P JR CLA SS "0 P "'•1P ' "'^ rT L . % . :L Lr-t V..I KeA--73 s.p. wissenschaftlicLe Forschungsstelle Veroand Cibarett:enindustric, :::Lab:.rE„ Cer. ~ R1:SEA1;CH T:EPJRTS Ft;0;1 EOZ Q7RS O:I Tiir• DETEP.MIXATI4": OF f "" ?+'iss:nschaf t].iche F6rschun$,sstelle Verhand CiRaretteniizdustrie, Iixmburg, Gcr, v: rinscly par;ed (1973) (in Ge_;+.arn) . *Keywords:* ar.senic, cured, coustituent. *_1.973, 18, tti 7;1C?>: rct:: anaa.y ;i.s a : 1
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• 0 REF TP i 370 Un 1975 i 50257 0687. ...~it. . _ _ . FO O DADDITIVES 7CAB LES Compiled by 3~ Food Law Research Centre 3` Institute of European Studies k%) University of Brussels . Editors: E.]. Bigwood, Emeritus Professor of Biochemistry and Nutrition, Brussels University, Director of the Centre; President of the Beloian Institute of Food and Nutrition M. Fondu, Head of the Food Legislation and Dietetic Department, Union S.A., Bclgium . '. W:"Arf" former Chief-Inspector-Director of the Food Inspection Service of the tlealth Department of the Belgian Government _ FI. van Gindertael, Belgian Institute of Food and Nutrition ' ..•..,._. ELSEYILR SCIENTIFIC PU13L1SIHING CO,IPANY O AiMST7~hn~t -~XI~RDG Nb~lv Yb~~: ~ ~ 1975, --
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50257 0688 ~00.~a Ay ~ ~'~~'~~- ,./~~'~ -- ` y+~i~ LJi.I~~I~ L~. V s'4 .if ;r p 71JO* 04 /41/ , ArmeniaTrr k-o.oo xa~` .~...~~~..... ROSE BABOIAN o ~ 0 ooaa a9 a 2
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50257 0681 . . •., ., .. ~ .. 78 VII Sh TOBACCO--FLUE-CURING/ RJR CLASS,.NO. P.'1*iPHLET 78 VII Sh Shaf ik, J. ; (Univ. Sulaimania, Co].1. Agr., Iraq; Tobacco PSonop.Adm., Sul.aimania, FLUE-CURING OF VIRGINIA TOBACCO IN IRAQ. ' Indian Jour. Agr. Sci. 47 (No. 5) 253-7 (May 1977) (in English) t~'IIicks' varicty of Virginia tobacco was curcd by Ouc pipc barn undcr Iraqi ciimatic I conditions in 1973. The tempcrature inside the barn remained more or less unaffectcd. As I Gie primings procccded the curino ;ir•.e incrcased• for ;clloa.~~ir.o and lamina sta;;cs, but fixing 'stage show•cd inverse relation. The suitable temperaturc and relative humidity for ycllow- ;inE stage of curin8 wcre 37'C and 85% respcctivciy. The appropriate starting time for the ;fixing staEc was whcn t:vo-thirds of the lamina for the first and second primino.s and three- fourths of the lamina for the remaining pricnings became yellow. The favourablc eonditions ; for this stage were a gradual increase in tempcraturc 6 1.5-2°C/hr till it reachcd 4S-49'Ct for 5-7 hr and a decrecue in rclati~e humidity within 2-2.5 hr from 85% to 40-45% andi • finally to 30-35%. The suitable conditions for dryinZ-lamina stage wcre a gradual rise ofi ~ tempcrature G 1`C/hr for the first and second primings and 0.5"C/hr for the remaining-f primings till the temperature reached 60°C. For the curing of midrib stage, 65°C was requiredl for the first and second primings and 70-75°C for the remaining primings, with 20% relativc, humidity. The best quality of Virginia tobacco ob!aincd from the first to sixth primin8;~ ,F'as about 50, 60, 80, 90, 80 and 60°, resp-ctivCly. 01 41 4 t~ u^ c.~ 9 9. 7 5
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- 50257 0686 . . . . . :_. REF AWART)S/M)'S 4hIC/*?nRFT, PRTZF. WTR'NFRS/PRT7ES/nLYMpIr CA."F WTN*?FAS/ Q P1TT.TTTF.R PRT7F. WT*Tr1FRS/ARCHTTF.CTTTFF ANn PT.ANNIm[: AWARn WINNRRS"/ 151 ART--AWARM WT*TTIF?S/RM1WS--AWAPI) WT\TNTTN(:/RAT)Tn RRnAT1rASTTNf;--AWAT'T1 *,TTN*!F,RS/ St YFT,'FVTSTnN--PRT7F. *aTNINFRS/CCWRnYS c TNnTA*TS/f)ANrF/FARHTCN/SPnRTS--AWARn WIIgrwJFR; 1977 ATTTnMnATLF RArhIr--AWART) [•?T*TN'*?RS/MRiSTf'--AWAR1) WINNERS/MTLITARY--AWA?tn WT*T?FRS/ NnTTnN PTrTtTRFS/pfinTn(;RAPHY/PnFTP.Y,/SCIF"I('E--ATdARn WT*?*TFRS/WnNfEN Stuart, Sandra Lee WHO WnN TdRAT WHEN. A REC4RD BnoK nF WZNNF.RS . Lyle Stuart Inc. Secaucus, N. T. 1977 ~ 1 0 o 0 Q o~9 a 0
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/ ~ 50257 0685 REWARDS(Prizes, etc. 1CANADA--DIRECTORIES/DIZECTORIESY REF - _' Q 141 Wa 1978 I- ~ IjoNo ~~ 9 R ~ Z ~ C- / oqnizin4 AchieveyYient in Advertisincq and Public Retations, M. •--.- S I 'A/n International p(rectory of Awards and Their ponor~/ Business, Governffient, Finance4cience, Education,fngineering, literotureKechnology, Sports, Religion, Public Affairs, • Radjo and Tele•Vfsion, Politics, Librarianship, Fashion, L.Wedicind.lww, Publishing, International Affairs, Transportation. Architccture, Journalism, Motion , Pictures, Music, Photography. Theatre Votumr-- I and Performing Arts nsso6lote Editor United Stal -~s and Canada JANICE McLEAN Managing Editor Ga1e R~ch Company • Book Tavor • Det FOURTH EDITION In Two volumes PAUL WASSCRMAN r9`18 a~ooa oo~y-7y
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lvo~l • -V- - I QH 345 Ra 1976 PpbL 50257 0690 BIOSYNTHESIS/CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--BIOSYNTIIESIS/ ORGANIC SYNTEiESIS/ SYNTHESIS, GRGANIC/ I r-% I tt I The Synthetic Chemist's Challenge Volume I Darshan Ranganathan Subramania Ranganathan Department of Chemistry Wan Institute of Technology Kanpur Foreword by DNR: 8arton lmperal Coltege. London 'ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London. 1976 A Subsidrary of Harcourt Brace Jovancvrch, Publishers 0 tc~o9~q . ~: A ~ o:f:..L
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50257 0693 )RTH OYSTER A WO L F 0 I () I-of & d. .r . . . . . . / ., irt >> l! lJ V ' ywt'TH~AN INTRODUCTION BY CLIFTON FADIA4AN
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l,`_ • .1 • - 50257 0694 Sp3 Sps che, Teor~e '~. The 3rt of efficie-it readin.^,. Chapter 1. The total act of re-3din7, by ^-ecrne D. Spacne and Paul Conr;d Bera,* o i~ o n o o9 9 a a
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. , Ilk, ._.-.. 50257 0692 i715 I Fill j ai Mztoradoti•ich, 'Milo. Tho art of cookinb with herbs and spices; a handbook of f:avo:s aud, savo:s: ilst ed.j Gardcn City, N. Y., Doubleday, 1J50. xiv, 3w p. .'0 Ctn. I i ~ 3 . ~ 1 1. Cookery. 2. IIerba. 3. Spices. i. Title. TX725.:1Ici1S a Library of Congresa 0 t ~Q Qt~~yy86 fi41.G57 50-$Pr17 i r
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50257 0684 j Sv i 54 LRAWE-~.~S4'- F~;fswc~+f 19:9-A~ i:! p. iEri I•SL•' FJR CAr;nm1 Si,:tai.^,i:"Zt nad Y--r rt•-.:! I ~- •Z fyr( ~:.'~t5-~/~ ~ .~ U tJ ~ ~.4Jt.'1'n~ 4 ..' ir:=. I y_t:.: a0u' i:2t4 Swt:diyil aLt:ts TobacCo ?4onopoly.3 G i a 4n 4 0 9 9- 7 11
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50257 0698 i 5481 ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ; ~ i I ~~.~~~ ...~.. I. hierGaoers, CerHrd fi~ ;ot~.etsn~; ?s}cholo~ical art: of :,CZBi.E'giE.^,s f4Z $A-AI' ; 8dii8Tstageous bazga:.nS li3`... EcS.~ 1.g5g. 24 cm. 0 t a 0 na 0 4 9 9 2
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,Vkl. ..- _ REF TS 2240 Ja 1845 0 1 50257 0695 DENTAL CARIES/PIPES/TOBACCO--MEDICINAL USE/ . l , Jamet, C. A. L. _ !P,VtARl',Dr-.MfEX*DU_~TRA Z'L"bE,S:FUtiFU~S~. DES.~~.IPES; DES DI_FF~REhTS~:~ _ ~... ~.- ... ._ . "1ABAC5",""ET~!)E '~,EUR MODE :AE PREPARATION,_ SUIVI DLSwP.RECEPTES D'HYGIENE'~;~ 7'ET . DL QIJELQUE5. CONSEILS POUR ZLA" CONSERVATION ~ DES DE2TTS.~ ,(Ti?E ART OF SMOKING OR TREATIES ON SMOKE, ON PIPES, ON DIFFERENT TOBACCO AND ON THE METHODS OF PREPARATION FOLLOWED BY HYGENIC FORMULA AND SOME ADVISE ABOUT THE PRESERVATION OF TEETH.) 1845 75 p. H. X. Lorette, Libraiie -editeur. Metz (in French) r 0~ tl Q p 0 09 9 8 9
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CO.MPUTERS--PROGRA.*MING/ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING/ QA -76 Kn 1969-V•1 1973- v3-~-i-- Volume 2/V/Z(af'r;'ginLmerlcaf fAEgorizf-ims-/y69 ~A Ts cs'ErCOND EMF'rFC3F`\1 DONALD E. KNUTIi/ DDISON-47ESLEY SERIES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE & INF ;10 MATION PROCESSING. Volume 1 //FUi-fd;a,:.5,--6eYtta- i/kIgorm-I€'rtS -/993 1973-V, I 2 C. PDDL 1 C. ~ . Volume 3 /vi~-orNnq a:.d' .9-1earchjny - i973 - 3 C. , Iicadiug, 1Ias.sachusetts \Icnlo Park, California • London • Amsterdam • Don 2\fills, Ontario - Sydncy o t n o tI 0 0 9 y 8 s 50257 0691 ~
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50257 0697 !Aa / C' :~ jT R;7 h~: fc:k t CceuLsiny, Inc. Card~= City, E3 1 a 0 (~Q09 99 l
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lkl._v-, 50257 0699 - NITYA ANAND SYNTHESIS, ORGANIC/CIIEMISTRY, OI:GAIIIC--SYNTiiESIS/ QD 262 An' 1970 .2:°,' PDDL I C. ..~.~.. ,.._~,... JASJIT S. BINDRA Ccntral Drug Rcscarch Institutc, Lucknow and SUBRAAIANIA RANGANATHAN Indian Institute of Tcchnology, Kanpur INDIA HOLDEN-DAY, INC. _ SAN FRANCISCO, LONDON, AMSTERDAM 1970 s -.R . . ..~..~.-.~.,.~...~..,.r.._..._. . ...._..-~ . •. - 0 10 0 t~ C) 0 9 9 '4 ~,
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~ t 9 6 6 C 9 0 Q u I S=~atar rx,` `ua:3G7IIi:+ij S3saad ~ZTa. ~A;c~IZ ua2a0u;-~,i sus:rd 67Z T5 6T •~ S~~z: ZS '~~~^d f 6990 LSZ05
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. Ilkl- ..• - 50257 0696 TS 156 Cr 1979 MANAGEMENT--PLANNING/QUALITY ASSURANCL'/ QFIJ~ ~~~~ ' ~J.l.rd~i. 1L , ~. Ph. . ~~p B. Crosby ...111777___~s McGraw-Hill Baok Company NewYork St. Louis San Francisco Auckland &+gota ~,r.~ ~,,, Du`sseldori Johannesburg London Madrid Mexico ,~~ ~~ Montreal New Delhi Panama Paris F Sao Paulo Singapore Sydney Tokyo Toronto „y.txo•a.~- - - .-:v, s.. . -s.».. _ Tft~ ~~a~ing' C~ualitjr Certain- ~ ~ ~~a 9 0 ~/ _ ---
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lkl- - •-- , 50257 0700 WRITING/ ENGLISH LANGUAGE--RHETORIC/ T 11 F1 1962 1978 reprint t '~ + ~ . .;/O :ds m, COLLIER BOOKS d'Dinuion o( Alacmillan Publiuhing Co., Inc. NKW YORK COLLIER MACMILLAAI FUBLISIiERS LONDON i 0 1 noa9 994
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irGANAGEMENT/ HD 69 St 1976 2 C. • 1 ,i 11 f ' 50251 07.02. l.awrenc:e L Steinmetz, Ph.D. }iIGIi YIELD MANAGEMENT, INC. ADDISON-WESLEY PUBLISHING COMPANY READING, MASSACHUSETTS • D4ENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA ' LONDON • AMSTERDAM • DON MILLS, ONTARIO • SYDNEY
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50257 0705 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Re 1957 ReeMtsMa, H.F. & Ph.F..Hamburg, GerMany. h5m ( Kunst und Technik der Cigarettenherstellung. ) Numerous illustrations; some in color ReeMtsMa, H.R. & Ph.F..HaMburg, Germany.58+ p,.57.(IN : GER.) ISN = 6150 0 1 0 Q(l 0 09 9 9 9
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• - --- --- - -- .W~.,: 50257 0701 ~ TP '715 h"(t , Coa k' ficy ~ ~.~~~ i ~ ~~ AINTNTIAi~,~~.1.~~;Fi ~ LIETrOl Dra;vinos by Ed Nuckolis
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76 X Gr5. Papers dated: 1952-1973 50257 0713 HEART--DISEASES/ARTERIOSCLEROSISt STRF.SS/ANXIETY/ Groen, J. J., etal. Univ. Leiden, Oegstgeest, The Netherlands -'.PSYCF10S0*1ATIC RESEARCH. A Icollection of articles by J. J. Groen and.others on psychologicals factors in the causation of MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION, C(1Rn*1ARY HEART DISEASE, DUODENAL ULCER, SERUM CHDLESTEROL, ETC. 0 1 il Q1-1 tI 1 0 0 0 7
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Arterial $r3teiei. 50257 0711. 4 r ., . b.. G. C. ;;. 0 i il 0~~ C, za a: K .;u~ :w K : z.3 1 1569 310 ?a-ps witLle, u_c;:z: aad Ga. I:rs.4tna
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. IVkI._v-, 50257 071,0, - ' ~ TA/s report contains Nx collectlve views , o/an International proup oJerperts and does not necessarily represent the decistons ar Me atated po/kr ol Me WoNd M..ItA aryankaLoa 80 I I Wo I 1 Report of a WHO Expert Committee World Health Organization Technical Report Series 628 World Health Organization Geneva 1978 ~ ~ a 1 tl o"r, ~~0_ U t3 ~
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50257 0704. + x ~TX SR . i •. SZJa riv~.A ILlCe. 1ar_:ti w0 1.J S.1iE ART G^ i+'r::._.A SFI:SO:.'ED ,.Z...~...L . ni.~- .r. u1w.~:) 1 - S1s.J t~"..rD7.1 i::ii.ie;ir:=+p! New Xoxic t9crss 112 C.o. ~~ G5) SGi~: (A.;t9. 6, 1°03) I ~ f tl ~3 i) 7 0 9 9 9$ ...w,..~
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50257 0703 DENTAL CARIES/PIPES/TOBACCO--MEDICINAL USE/ ~ REF TS 2240 Ja 1845 Jamet, C. A. L. ' L'ART DE FUMER OU TRAITE DES FUMEURS, DES.PIPES, DES DIFFERENTS TABACS, ET DE LEUR MODE DE PREPARATION SUIVI DES PRECEPTES D'HYGIENE ET DE QUELQUES_CONSEILS_POUR LA CONSERVATION,DES. _DENTS. .~ ~(THL~"AkT: ~OF: SMOKING OR TREATIES ON SMOKE, 'ON PIPFS.~ DIFFERg . ~Xj CCQ AND; "ON~X'JQnS -VPREPARATION~ FOLLOWEp,,, DY HYGENIC FORMUTAw Si~ME~ADV~S _ : A'80UT' :THE- PR~SERVA`T1ON~O~TEETK. ~) 1845 75 p. H. X. Lorette, Libraite -editeur. Metz (in French) 0 1 a 0 cto d7 997
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. 50257 0712 , ENZYMES OF THE ARTERIAL WALL JOHN ESBEN KIRK Washington University Dirision ojCerontology St. Lonis, Missouri 0 i Q 0 n n 1 0 o A 6 J i ,: rr"~3s.. ~ T'~-`#V),fc/ e9a'tOD lPe-Dts 4y $SSS ..t•S't7~9LtR ~ ~ RL 31 /C,,' t qaj
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TP ; 50257 0706 .v i~.. . ... .. !L ; >. •ri . . F _ DINAIN AMELTY' AY£~'~TSU ' ' GARDZ'.: criY, NEw YoZK ~Jlic~"Blpoy ~1972 RX. ___.~,.,... :.....~..~, , .. _. .. . r .•
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So2~T 0714 , 0 ABIIANDLUNGFN • DER RIIEINISCII-VJESThxLISCIIEiN AKADE,XIIEi DER VJISSENSCIIAI'rI:N ~ RC BAND 63 ~ 692 TOBACCO--SIrInKING--H2:ART,, EFFECT ON/ ARTE't-TiISCLER „ : J Ha 1978 International State of P and Therap ,Symposium revention y in Human 0 n arteriosclerosis and in Animal Models. Unter der Schirmhcrrschaft der Rheinisch-Westfalischen Akademie der Wissenschaften .~..s. .w-ai, i1'l7 Von ' Werner H. Hauss, Robert W. Wisslcr und Rolf Lehmann (I 1 0 0 4VAdcutschcr Vcrlag
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PHYSICAL FIThESS/HEART--DISEASES/ARTERIQ$4'I.EItOSIS~ 50257 0718 AGINC/STP.ESS/ i RC 1220 Ne 1977 I Edited by Paul Milvy The ew York Academy of Sciences ~ New York, New York 1977 00 a I J a 1 2 I VIANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Volume 301 THE MARATHON: PHYS{OLOGICAL, MEDICAL, EPIDEMIOLOGICAL, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES ., r: , , -
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~ ARTEROSCLEROSIS/DIET IN DISEASE/E`TPHYSFMA/CA:r•CER--TREATME:VT/ 50Z57 _0715 HEART--DISI:ASES/TUBF.RCULOSIS/LUNGS--DISEASP.S /S`fALLPOX/ASPIRIN/ IUILOTIIANE(toxicity)/CANCER---COLON/CANCE _ -DIAC'JOSIS/iiODCI;IN'S DISEASE/ MARIHUANA/ RC 46 In 1974 Controversy inJnternal iViedicine LI Edited by FRANZ J. INGELFINGER, M.D. EDITOR,17iE NEW ENCLAND )OURNAL OF AiF.DICINE' I RICHARD V. EBERT, M.D. PROFESSOR AND CHAIRMAN OF TIIE DEP AI1TMIiNT OF MEDICINE, UA'IVERSITS OF AfINNESOTA AfEDICAL SCIiOOL MAXWELL FINLAND, M.D. CEORCE IiICILURDS AfINOT PROFIiSSOR OF NWDIC:INE, EMERITGS, BARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL ARNOLD S. RELMAN, M.D. - W. B. SAUNDERS COMPANY • Philadelphia • 0 I n 0 n n i 0 0 0 9
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~ .__._ - :.._:.....:.~: :~.. - - - -~ ~-- ~ I lEXi? rRss1-4 Ark f? 1,E.C, ~ oIt ID d.RED14 cr~ sos,/f'R~N,r"R-4 sES, . / j ?4' E~ tl yp/? 04 ~4s t L y~ SES ~.S' /}SL~S~4 a r'e` R;O SGILA ~ . ENZYMES OF THE ARTERIAL WALL JOHN ESBEN KIRK Washington Unicersity Dicision of Gerorttology St. Louis, Missouri o1 (1 onG1 oo1 o 50257 0716 J?,L 3I/W t qG t ~
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. M . a. rw _L..._ .._ 502.57,.0721.,- ,. JAPAN ARTERIOSCLEROSIS RESEARCH FOiTNDATION/ARTERIOSCLEROSI'S/ ANNALS OF THE 96W YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES RC 692 Ne 1976 VOLUME 275 ~' ATHEROGENESIS Edited by Rafael A. Camerini-Davalos. Edwin L Bierman. Walter Redisch. and Donald B. Zilversmit The New York Academy of Sciences i , New York. New York 1976 1 U IL~ 0 n A t0 0 i S , ~
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50257 0722 Arte riosc3er4s; a--- le tio:cgy..:.~ S:_h_D;tzcr= ?iZy3j10j0-V s :ond t.:.:.?z:.;:aI Manageraent, S. Bcvd 1969 ' ' 1021) Pa-C.; Tubl-bchir.g Co. New York ' . •.ti ~~. . . . . . . ' . . . 0 I t) Q~~i 1 0 U t b
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.0 50257 0723. ARTUIOS^LEAOSIS--ETIOLOG7C/CANCER--CAUSaTION/ _ QP 752 Sa 1977 CF+OLESTE{20L John R. Sabine Waite AgricuJtura/ Reseorch Institute The University of Adelaide Glen Osmond. South Australia Australia MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York and Basel -0 1 7
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?Rkl-'- - 50257 0724 RC 692 Sc Artericsclerosis--Di-tgriesi.t;. ~- F . t ,ch: iti].^2 , F. G. iI~r.. ~' 1 O'.,, t by 'r.'. G. G't;t:tt, ~,. S. i 01 10 0 t] 0 1 0 0 1 a
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.. ~~ ..- ~. 50257 0707 At ` VEOL , , NESS~IAI~ti't~PT:APIT. 76 II Re2 79 S.P. ~ ~ . BY R. A. EGEUBAEVA / '!J 76a99r ArtcDsisia_1ctFpc_albac ~suavcolcnx, a nccv~ esccntial oil plant. !i•~euharca, l:. ~:I~iA;:ILk:. Afrsr-~ra:\ 17-22 flius). Tisi csscntiai oiT conuni id :T:"tcrrec ~i5or , fuOtYOlfnl N'aS 2a: r,ciI 1.°a nii:i TG) e dtv n:atcriaJ in i,u•is : c3' 1 I:i1: "ti l, i.nni. ntl:nnt (591-0:-f J(13.6%), and hrnnntne 11C-SG-3J p:ur cincolt IJ70-r°-GJ. Thc oil F.^d.tron; lCtRio>tat1C nftinn n^tinst fLartllus s!rb.•ilcs and E:_.~hrii'hen - unsvnn.c, resp. t nc .nt tPprcscnteA an tntcrr5ttng . nurce tor i.sul.iti*sj: pcrfutnc n3trri3l. a., wc•li is rn.•rt:i:unc (t.9-t'p_3J '."fccdin. fann nnima/s. . ~ enli. AItcr undcrxuina hcdrugcnatwa, thc oil may be u;cd fur DLK 598.33(574.52) 0 1 A.Q c~ n 1 o U 0 t
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50257 0719 I QP 752 Mo 1476 DIET IN DISEASE/,ARTsRIOSCHLEROSIS/LIPIDS--EIOCHEr:ISTRY/ SMOKING AND HEAJ.TH/STRESS<ALCOHOLISM/TOBACCO--SMOKING--h"=TH EFFECT/ nrn l~q~ '`~ s~. n r~h Der Standpunkt des Ernahrungswissenschafters CHOLESTEROL NEUROSISi VIEWPOINTS OF FOOD CHEMISTS Hecrmann K®h@er L--- Otto Salle Verlag Frankfurt am Main ~ Berlin • Munchen Verlag Sauerlander Aarau • Frankfurt am Main • Salzburg Q i(I A 11 tI 1 0 0 1 3
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_ RJR CLASS N0. TEXTFt00K RC 692 Un 1981 50257 0729 U.S. Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health. Bethesda, MD. , ~:-.y~._ . 1~AR=TERIOSCLEROSIS 1.98~, VOL. 2. Report of the Working Group on Arteriosclerosis of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute U.S. Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health. Bethesda, MD.81. (IN : ENG. ) ISN = 2962 0 f~ 0 ~ o r o 0 2 3
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50257 0726 P.C 692 Arteriosclerosis--Path:,logy. Sc 5c!:rt1:.'i,?°, F. C. rY . .. <-i ,. [~i-l n ~.a~ Si.i:C•..t:.. a ..:aJ G• J. :A.:,ev; er, Pubz isti-s.;w Co. N--.4 Yori, i -~.-.-...~.~.;..,.~.,,.. 0!tl 0 i ta 1 '.~ 0 2 0
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50257 0725 692 Sc Arreriosclerosis--:Vicot:ne. t ~ i ..:.IiY n +~ 'vLi.4c:.~~'~ ]..~. . u~• C, 1c. ~!~l ) ~ b`/ . . .. ::: y. ~ . ~ .+ ~ 1 ~ ~ 11,69 ~ ~ Elsevia3?' ; vO r ry C 1 f!;?1 -i '. v , . . , i .. . 0'^ .. ~ ~ ` . ~ t t2 t~) 4~l i~ 1 0 0 1 9
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50257 0728 R.C I ; 6°2 Arteriosc2erasis--P7eaentfoa.-~ Sc ~ch~i:;.Ic~r, R. G. :~:..OjO;1~' , a:,-i',:;{•? On y,. G,,V ~ . :`::~.' L. G. JC:r.f?za~•lL:w' t+r..1 Ci. S. L1\'~. r ~i r .. Publishin; Co. Ycrk ~ ~.../
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R'' ~ 692 50257 0727 Artcri oscierasis---Ptiysi~^lcgy:-• i;lsevier Pu3liehing Co. New York 4 I~~ 4 ~~3 1~~ 2 i ,
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69? M ~tK b<:.. ~V.~..la.La........ ?iasP,z, Cain.pbeil. Atl;er.osclerosis; mechanism as PL-ii:,d4lpUia, Lea & Febiger,198'. 2s0r. lBi,s. ?s cm. 1. Arteriosc;erosis. IiC692.1166 616.132 Libna•y 6: Congress 1.'i1 0 1 n0 0 a 1 0 0 1 4 5025? , 072.0 .: a guide to prevention. 63-12351 ;
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~ C~in. Ph15(1) 59-66 (1.971i) III Du2-74 /~ ~QS12'1 s .r . pCtiortft-kf oftvvint C. T. Do(ie,y, Faitn.h1..d'ii!iicros, G. H. O:af.an, G. Wise, w. Sohyoun, s:. W. Pcterson, and"S. R. Walkerf Londonj England , I 1f. R. C."C1iniCal Pha.macolagy nc,carch Croup, Royal Postgraduat_ Jfedical School, and w4 aslhnta Research Council Clinical Pharnucoldgy Jnit, Ins!elu:c of Diseases of th, Ch.;:, _ . o . -_ . I- _ -- - - , J. , , ~ : Btpmpton HosDltaV: The leoels of fiuorocarbon-11 and jluoroearbon-12 (F-11, CCI,F; F-I2, CCI,F,) hacee been measured in arterial blood of 8 csthmatiss after using an aerosol inhaler. P'ollotzing two puffs with a 30 sccond inten:a?, peak arterial plasma lecelr ranged from 0.53 to 3.1 rg per milliliter (F-11) and 0.2 to 3.13 1ug per milliliter (F-I2); folloering a single puff peak Icuels were 0.26 to 2.0 jug per miailiter (&-11) and 0 to 2.3 fig per milliliter (F-12). The peak level uas achieced 10 to 20 seconds after the inhalation, followed by a repid fall in arterial level. The mraswe•a lceels have becn compared with predictcd values us-;r.g a computer model. This model has been used to predict the rr•uocardiel concentration in man from the measured a,terial levels. Except with grossly t•icessice use of an serosol inhalcr in a short period of time, the prcdicted r::yocardi:I conccn:aticns s;f fluorocarbon in , man are muc.. less tl;anr the lrccs shoi:•n to sensitizc the her.rt of taisrious no,mcl cos . to epiiicphri::e. .I I il- a 1 ri 4 n t1 1 0 0 11 :3
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50257 0730 _-----•--- --. __ 81 II Ne2 PB81-874331 ART ER I DSC LEROS i S:~p~TEGT I0K`ANDr'PREVENT IDN# (JAN 72 - AUG 81) (CITATIONS FROM THE INTERNATIONAL AEROSPACE ABSTRACTS DATA BASE) AUG 81 NEW ENGLAND RESEARCH APPLICATION CENTER, STORRS, CT NATIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICE, SPRINGFIELD, VA REPORT PERIOD COVERED: JAN 72 - AUG 81 THIS RETROSPECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY CONTAINS CITATIONS CONCERNING FACTORS RELATED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ARTERIOSCLEROSIS, METHODS OF DETECTION AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE MEASURES. THE ROLE OF DIET, EXERCISE. AGE, STRESS AND HYPERTENSION ARE CONSIDERED. NUMEROUS TEST PROCEDURES INCLUDING CAROTID RESONANCE ELECTROSPHYGMOGRAPHY, ELECTROCARDIOGRAM AND ANGIOGRAPHY ARE DESCRIBED. EMPHASIS IS ON THE PREVENTION AND DETECTION OF • ARTERIOSCLEROSIS IN FLIGHT PERSONNEL. (CONTAINS 126 CITATIONS) L ,
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180 XI Te TOBACCO--SWITZERLAND/ zxP'A=-V TttOODR. HAEUSERMANN/ 50257 0731 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) Th- qu-sti,ms diszi••U."Mi incluck-c3 the-~ -,rukir.g uzct ::-a1th c~~ntror~t:~~ , ectmcxnic :ti ~if th- ":c,l,acr() .y ndutitry in aci,o-rr : ti i ng,, -tr. Dr. Arti1•, t.;f t}Ir' Sc•i-;s Tc,!)a-co !.ir;nufactur-r-, :1.«,(•f:ztion and Dr. llar•user-ann c)f• Nhilip ~k)rri:i-F:urr)pp, rchrcmsr:nted tle. Sxvi.ss Tobacc•C) Industr,.• in that dr-hate. . 0~ t0 U 2...s ^ • ~
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RJR CLASS NO. Burrus, F. J. Cie, Boncourt, Switz. CIGAIG;TTE RESEAP.CH. *(Zibarette Forschung.)* . :. .~., 50257 PAAiPiiLET 75 VI Bu2 F. J. Burrus Cie, 25 pa;es (1975) (in German) - Reviews cigarette research in the above named Swiss cigarette manufacturing company, deals with cigarette smoke composition and analysis for tar, nicotine, and other constituents involving the use of gas chromatography, including glass capillary columns, etc. Also deals with tobacco, cigarette paper, cigarette filters and cigarette filter research, including Burrus' proprietary filter made from charcoal and materials related to meerschaum. *1975, No. 8, W 2862* *d* Tnf.arrn rhemtstrv (analvsis).:_ 0733 \ ~ ~ ~ia~c ~ uoz7
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e ~ • --„drR _~ ~~ TRAIvSLAT~OA 50257 0734 ItJR CLA SS I~O. Tkh..51.AT10iv }:o c:h , F. . 4 (F'. J. lictirrus Co., I'.c.s. I)ch., l:n;icourt, Swi,t•r..) TlI1: llLTE:UlitiATiO,T OF ~}C1:1\1i)E 1:1 C1(:Aiil~:-i 1'' S:tU:;':. Bcitr. Tabalcforsch, 5(ho. 2) 5f;-t;3 (Aug. .19G9) tin G(.rnr,n - corap1•ete English translatioa availaUlc). ~ ~ *1975, No. 7, 1•! 2092%: 0:d;`• ~~ 'ibhacco nna]•y:;i_s (chc;::i.str}': 0 I 1~ Q cl o t l.l 0.G 8
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11 i I 50257 0738 ~ 8LX Ce TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION OF SWITZERLAND--ACTIVITIES 1980-81, INCLUDI ' ACCIDENTAL TOBACCO INTOXICATION. ~ TOBACCO--SWITZERLAND/ TOBACCO--PHARMACOLOGY/ entre suisse d'information toxicologique r / o~nono~ua3*a.
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11 I 5025 7 0737 ) .. • ASSOCIATION SitISSE DFS FARRTCANTS DE CIGARETTES/ ~ KRA.~tER, PIERRE/MUSTER, EDOL'11RD/AZ`+OLD, ET10i'APD/ HAUSETL`41~1'.'T, MAX/ 78 XZ Adl-8n S.P. SWISS TV ROU`:DTArLE !1°3ATE ON S'tOKTNG A"T HEALT:T, ADVERTISING, SOCIAL CCST. April 20, 1980 (in French) . 0 .1 0001003 . ~.
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soas~ 0717 -- Heart--Transplants/ ~2 IC~~`0-+~~ . Proc.. 3 8 r `l' , He•art Graf . rtrri~selerosis ~ , By J. C. I:osra:. C. B1r_in.n Axu R. H. LO.rTs i .1IC1•ERIt•:S JX VISCERAL A1.L(x:RAF'rS that surx•ivc• luure than a fe%%• n,onths are al[,)t to hc•c•onu progrv,.ivr1y finuc•r and thicker Wallc•d. 11is is the original clefinition of the .curcl "artcrio.cl~ru.is:'' (:ruit artt•rio.ch•no- sis (G:1S ) clc•%-Vlups (Iuitc• ral)idh• in 1im0a hrart tr:ui.plants and is thc• hriijcipal cau.c• of their late failure. In some human hc•art graft.. lipid ac•c•iluiul:ttiotis grc•:tth• acceIc•r- atc it aucl very lnue•h resemble .Ixmtana•uuS athc•rocc•leroxis. 1Vc have observed GAS in ]:S0 c•auiuc ortLotopic• heart tr:utsplants :und 20 human hc art grafts and c•c» np:tn•d t1ivm with spontaneous artcrio.c•lrra.is ( S.+1ti ). Our findings suggest a unifying 11y]xlthc•sis that Woulcl c•xpl:lin their siulilarih•. mu.clc• rclls (\f IC ). Tlu•} differ from th lmyocytcs of nornial arterial media in havin,, much more highly developed Colgi ap h.iratu.. and smooth and --r:tnular endo hlasmic• rc•ticulmui. 5omc MIC show mito, c•honnciri:rl swc•11in;. .ultepha~,;ic and othci vv.ic•h•.. 7ihid dr~~l~l~ ts, dense lx>dir% ant luyclin figures. Similar rllan,rs are visibk in the mvoc•vtes in the mccli:t. and therc are frc•yuc•nt iuterrnptionc in the internal e•la.tic• lanu•lla throu-0i which these cells ;lhhc'au to nii,,rate tcm•ard the intinia. There is also agrac}uul acc•nnml:itiom of acidic Inucolx>h•.arc•hariclc grunn<1 .nha:nic•c• be• twc cn MIC a. wc•11 as innn.lhin• and mature cvll:l•,c•n fibrils tLut tLc y hruduc•c•. Q I 0 0 n 0 1 0 0 1
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I 50257 0739 I '1' IZA ti S:.Ni !_U.S ~ tS`j~fil . . 0 i ~ Q t~ 4 ~ a u~ 3 _,.~NA
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III Du2 77 S.P 50Z57 0708 . Contribution to the Theory of Seasonal Yariation in Atmos pharic Ozone Transemantics, Inc., Washington, D.C. AUTHOR: Aart'emyev-,- k:~4N.,P . C7734F2 FLB: 04H, 55? STAR1419 Jun 76 2Cp REPT 110: NASA-TT-F-15485 COt1TEACT: NASN-2792 CSONITOR: 18 Tran-Transl. Into English from Izv. Akad. Nauk. Sssr, Fiz. AtmoS. Qkeana (Ussr), Vol. i 1, . Nov. 1975 p 1161-1168. ABS?'PACT: Obs:rved variations in atmospheric czone are accounted for by solving the appropriate ncr.stationary problem of ozone distribution hs • affec*.ed by • advection and macroturbulenc~ prccesses and also by photochemical processes, with mcre rigorous treatment of all the basic photochemical reactions involved. Data on the observed amount of ozor.p in the troposphere can be exploited only by considering tropospheric ozone sources and by evalu3tir.g their seasonal in*_Pn.sity as a functior of latitude (vertical distribution of total ozone content by IatitudE various seasons) . The two dimensional nonstatior.ary problem oj; '-- . - • • ~~ 0 0 ~~ (l ~0 U- 0 •2 . . ~t . <<
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50257 0735 ~ V3 :'R~-72 Pt1:TriLi:T iJI T.^3 ?? /k±`thbY," art; }' oC } , , ?: . ;;nczc.(' :t tz.) , 1':FI'.:CT 01' 7.O?':rt: :7 ( '`.5 PIi'~Sf . .~, ); o r . ' trr~urh c. :iii /.n.h,.. ~s,fr,ceit .1.A 'I'ht . r lECi1C1?A?l,g (*. .a:n:S' ~`~-- Ju :c ', .l.97:') (:n (:c:::m<in) itl:e.,tt: , U 1 0 0 0. 0 1 () 0 2 9
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50257 0746 VII I /4rtha;- ~!n torr- 3ti ' Ar Ube-r die pthystkslischen eigenscheften getxockMeter tabakbl atterr r- . . _ ; ~ z _.._ ,.._. • . ~. . I 0 O . `• V l I ~ , 0 0 '•1 O
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~ ViI ~Ar.L So2s7 0743 I Pi:YS3CAL ' ~ :1, S"3F(PL fFI~p PROCgpt1Re;S FoR 1dEASURING aPFC1:P.Jc YOLUME: AND PRACII,ITY, ay A, J, A.xthca, R, 3... ~ Flanroe aed Ja A. F/eyb.rON, j N. C• State of the Un.i.v, of North Ca-ro.3,_ina at Raleigh, Tubacco Rep,ri-r_t Sari.es Ncx.. 162. .r _ ~ ~0 0 1/ CI ~ 0 0 3 7
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. ta.L'vfSlL C:i.L`t4'r . 50257 0740. Alexander.* ',:xrtin. TO SOIL rffCFOF~IO?~GY.
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t ~ r .. ... ~. . J.. .. ..~ .• . .... . .. r -....~a _. ...-_.~...... v ... . .... .. . . . ~.a.. . . ...«~-.--.vY..... a~.. .{.. _.... _ s..a :A.4.. TOBACCG--ORGA;JOLEPTIC PROPERTIES; 50257 0736, . .. _ . _ .. _.. .-.. _. _ .. .. ._._..........:.._.....-. _......~. r....,.~._-~....._.:.•_..:::.:..::,~~.-.~ . _ _. _ VI yTa 73 ~ TOLACCO--SriOI:E--C~IEPSICAL COt;POSITIOa/CIGARI:TTES--TASTE-TE~TI*~~~ / ~/ i 3- fi.;R CLASS ::0. PA'MPIILET VI Tal -73 ~ . ; t::,ch, F.. ~'.y73, No. I;t, W 5355': *1r:* Tobncco (F. J. Burri:: Cie, Bancourt, Sw:tz.) -Ia1id DOES S*C)jl-',CCO SMEi.L? - CwNE?.AL, OR::A,.'riOLEPTIC, AND ANNA.LYTICAL CO:ISIDEF.r.- ~ T IONS. { ;(nle P.icz_ht der I:auc3i? - A11g,eu.einc, orgar.oleptischc und analytische , ~ i~err~chtun~~~~t.)* ~ Tr:.,a::-j:o13.:. ;r: un, i:V-,' r aper, 2 p., ColcEne, Ger. (Mav 21-25, 1973) (in i t;_rr•.3n :+~t'ti C?:^;~lc__ cr.Zlisa Transl.ation) ~ • ) . -..-,,......,-....~-~•: . . -7 a i r~ooo i 0 oa3 0
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Artlicbaci;er. 50257 0749 ~ Chan, E. C,. S,. ~ ON " M B IOTIN, REQUERIIMENT _ 0F ARTHROBACTER GLOBIFORMIS,by e, C.• S. Chan and I."1.. ~ Stevenson. ~ Canadean Jour. Microbiol. 8 A03-05 (1962) ~ - • 0 1 0 ~ J04 3
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hrLhrob3ctc:. 50257 0751 r ~Js . -.eL. ..1 ~.~. . .........r1.......w."l ii1 ~:~:.. ~•1-'..t..~.~.L...._...,..... ... ..,...J. t ~~ :r... ,. ._ :. ~ .._ .. _.: ..... t~`,"... _..._.. i...J"'_.~ ~...v. . 0 1~~t1 t1~ i J04S
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11 Artho:>acc:.r .k r 50257 0752 (1967) ~ ~ ~ 1 t ochhead, k, G. TWO NEW S1'ECIES OF ARTHI2ClSACTER REQUTQING ~ RESP~CT_LVkLy YnAT?.iN A AND THE TERRi:GENS ~ 12 ' 1 f d{t. FAC1 ~ Axch. Mi.krabio1. 3tC 363-70 (1959) ! t a f t1 Q fI (l i 3 t~ 4 6
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"fV.LS~bS ~3.1~H41~b+~~.21~ ~4 aW.~ ;11 a~dll~lO~C~~H-L Wa~~ {l ~~nQ~~~I .LN 3iJJ l d 3N1 ?'7~LL51.y~ N ` OSLO L:SZOS. 0 U 0 U t 0
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50257 0753 ;1I Ar 19t:7 Artr_ca3c-t-e2•. ; i i i i iMcYarland-, Cr. R. A CYTOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION OF TAE. ~ ~ TERMINAL GRANULE IN,AN.INVOLUTION FORM.OF. l ~ ARTHRDBACTER UREAFACI IKS:',by G.- R. 'McFarland and R: N. Doetsch. Exptl. Cell Res. 23, 528.-37., (1961~ ~ ~ ~ e i i. f i
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t A' t}xltzq• 50257 0747 Ta'u:,ft, Johnn .Iarold, -- Gout. New York, Grune & Stratton, 1957. :.1'i~ p. illus. 23 cm. "A complete revision ... of the author's earlier work, 'Gout and_ gouty arthritis."' 1. Gout. 2. ,rthritis. RCG?9.T3 1957 `, *616.46 616.991 57-8361 i C. J Library of Congress •---2---~.- t3 1 c7 0 ~ 0 1 t3 U 4 ~
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50257 0742 ` i .1R T:~.t::TE-I.ATlPN ' P.vdioeen ion concentration. smoke. constittiPnt; The preser:t studies show, tr.at the evaiuation cf the physiological action of various ci,arettes based on the aTnuot of nicotine in tobacco as xell as on Vie totai amount of nicotine in smoke Is hiyhly que:t•onablc. The absorpticn of r.icotine by the smokar is ruinly deternined: 1. 3y the ahysical ard ch<rr.ical behavior of nicotine in smoke %hich i: to a large zxtent influenced by the pH values. 2. By the smoking hatit (inhalatici depth and time (if stay of smoke) NMcti dctermines the degree znd duration of contact betKeern the smoke ard the absurbino surfaces. ~ r The a^ount of available +tiicotine per puff apparentiy 6epends to a large extcrt cn the buLL lenqth eue to the absorption of a suostontlal arwunt of ss:ng smoxe oy tne teoacco aucz. ico a ne from tne p~ . ' 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 6 .
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' f ' A1rtillQtl+xCtei. .d.. ''"I 50257 0754 a .. a- .. n -i ~, ~.f! ~ x'hr. D:.'G~ ~i~)~......s.~x~ J: i:G:";I'Oli:;i1o T,Y -lr:,:CI: St Ly. 0'. V. iI:arJ /~ IY"{. 1'.µQ (G 4 {~6.r4 ~~G! Gsttxzut Sci. tIIaa~ax3ore; _ _, 5L-5y (i9u6) 0 t n 0 n n t U 0 4 8
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Axtiioba:.ter 50257 0756 { StQVenson~ I. L. ~ GROW7H STUDTES ON ARTNR08ACTER GLOOTFORMIB. ~ II. CHANGES IN MACROMOLE'CUl.AR LEYEI.S D1IRLNG ~ G ROWTIA. I Canadian 3ourr. Microblo2. 8, 655-61 (1942) 0!~i 0 n a t~ U S 0
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1XI' .y' - . :~'....~'/iiu[..~._.... ~....aH~'..M-. ... ...._s.w..a.. .. , .. .. . .. . I . ' . ... . _ . . .. . . .. . . . . . . ; .. ... RJR TRANSLATION TOI:AG,^,4--SMOI:E-=0I100^ORS--fiESEAP.C:i/ ~ 50257 0732 =C"IEMICAI."`COrIPO~ITI~Nf- ~CiiROr'.ATOGRAPRIC A:':ALYSIS--TOP,ACCO SNORE/ RJR CLASS NO. TRANSLATION t TORACCO--S'v10I:E--.;A5 CIIROMATOGRAPHY/ ,~lCL t~o';~A3~; Ko ch , ' R. ; + *(no affil.)* ` ; CHARACTERIZATI0:1 OF THE 131~ACTOF,Y PROPE*cTIES OF CIGAP.I:T'TE S;IOI:E CO*SPONENTS Ann. Tabac, SEITA, Sect.`, 1973 (No. 11) 37-43 (1973) (in French - complete English translation available) *Keywords:* acetylene,.sMoke, constituent; , Gas chromatograhhicc procedures ,in.•olvin; glass capillary ruliimn: hrrmil the seharation of the vapoter aud semi-volatile fraction,; of rigarelle ~nwkr into .o~'cr Go~t) cocnl~oncnl>. The charactcriz:~tiai of the olfactory hrop ertic•s of the~.~ compi~nents, %imutlanrously with lhr rccordirig uL' t 1te chromato;zraum, leads to the conclu:~ian thal for most of them, the cuncenlrution in smoke is below the 1hreshoW of olfactory : perception. In the vapour phase, 11 substances of unplra~ant or even irrilating nature have been found, wlurcas ,.the semi-volatile par!_ contains aliout 70 pleasant odours, besides al,out 50 unpleasnnt ones. ' isopentene, siaoke, constituent; =ethyl tlercaptan, smoke, constituent; isoprene, smoke. rorsr{ruent; kI 0 (1 0 1 0 U 2 b , trans-2-hexc:c furan, smoke, constituent; ~ . f ---_ . _._ . .. _.. ..__..__..._~. ._-__ . _- -.....Y- .-- :,:.,~.:.,...._...:_ diethyl ketone, smoke, constituent; crotonaldehyde, smo}:e, constituent;
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i 50257 0757 4I9 La 1976 FOOD TECHNOLOGY REVIEW NO. 36/ARARINOGALACTAN/GAL.ICTOMANiVAN~ SWEF:TR'.VERS/PECTIN/ALGINATF.S /D3?SSFP,TS /CARRAGEENANS /" XANTIIO*fONAS HYDROPHILIC COLLOID/POLYSACCHARIDES, MICROiiIAL/ ARTHOBACTER MICROORGAVISMS/F'OOD--ADDITIVES/ v NATURAL /GUMS FOR EDf BLE PURPOSES Andrew A. Lawrence '' NOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridge. New Jersey, U.S.A. 1976 / l . ~ t t~ 0 rl ~3 i 4 t3 ~ t
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SPF.C, r:nV;._: .A .r;FW-AR'1'HROdACT?''R SPRC IES-TSOLATFD"FRn*" -FnRFST-SOT!:S', Je 50257 0760 I 11 Jensen, Vagn AR'!'HR0BAC'i'`ER RAMQSOS SPEC. NOV. A iJEW ARTRRO©ACTER SPE.Ci'ES 'ISOLATED F724M! TQREST' SOILS, Photocopy 0 1 c~Ott~ i k3~5~
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50257 0759 BACILLUS POPILLIAF,/MICROBIAL POLYSACCHARIDES/POLYSACCHARIT)F.S--BIOSY*7THESi ARTHROBACTF.R POLYSACCHARInF.S/r,ADMIU`t --TOXICITYI _ `/T..!ATER--BACTERIA/ POLYETHYLENE GLYCOLS, BIODEGRADATION OF/YEASTS ANJ MOLD/ - STRAW, MICROBIAL UTILIZATION OF (A review)/ QR Ad 1978 y ADVANCES IN Applied MicrobioVogy Vo,UMEZ3 Edifed by D. PERLMAN , .1 01 ~ AAIVEMIC PRESS, New York San Francisco london Z1 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Publishers ,.4 -.'N't
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MANAGEMENT/ HD 69 Ar 1980 50257 0762 Success Through Assertiveness ARCHER AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATIONS Extenston Institute 9213A o t~ o n o
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50257 0761 Drt:es, Charles T.tiomas, 1S; J- ion or inv-cts; keys to tha livinr and extinct families of insects, and to the livinn families of other terres- trial :cr:hrol;c,ds, by Charles T. Brues, A. L. Atelander, and Frank M. Carpenter. t2d, rev. ed.i Cambridge, 1 he Jfu- CG?ll2T1, 1JJ~. v, 917 p. ilhis. 23 cm. (Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Hr.rvard Colle.ge, v. 108) Includes bibliographies. 1. Arthropoda. 2. Insects-Classiflcation. (Series: Hnrsard University. Museum of Comparative Zoology. Bulleziu, v. 1G3) QL1.I13 vol. lOS A 501-4t717 - Copy 3. , QL4CiS.F.Si 1934 Httrvard Univ. Library for Library of Congress t5Sh5l
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50257 0767 MIRACULIN/GLYCYRRHIZIN/ARTICHOKE SWEETENERS/MONELLIN/JERUSALE"t.ARTICHOKE DIPEPTIDESCHALCONES/MALTOLS/SACCHARIN COMBINATIONS & SPECIAL FORMIJLATIONS BEL'E°.AGES/DESSERTS/BAKERZ/PRODUCTS/JELLIES/FRUITS/C}IEWING CUM/ FOOD TECHNOLOGY REVIEW NO. 40/ TP 370 Pi 1977 , SWEETENERS AND ENHANCERS Nicholas D. Pintauro ANOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridge. New Jersey. U.S.A. 1977 ~ . o t~ 0.n 0 1 0 0 6 t
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Arthur-t_ ia;r~ i~l ~., 3o~nt autaor V 50257 0763 Wagener, Albert M The inachinists' 1nd draftsmen's handbook tby, i Albert M. Waeener ... and Harlan R. Arthur ... New York, D. Van Nostrand company, inc.,19-15. xiii, 6u'2 p. incI. illus., tabiess, diagrs. 20 cm. '"rt:e sections devoted to strength of rnaterials, mechanics, and loga- rithn:s have been reriscd fi•om Yeder Lobben's'Machir.ists' aiid d:rrtts- n:er; s handboo.k,' published in 1a,''3, and reprinted in Ii11O and ; Pref. 1. :.iechan.cal engineering-Eandboolcs, manuals, etc. z Arthur. Harl:.n Ii., jo:nt author. rz. Lobbea, Peder, 18:i8- biachinists' aud draftsmen's handbook. TJ151.W3 ~ ~ 621.02 45-5500 Library of Congress 151x2j O~•• l1 l! Q 1 0 0 :.7 7 - A-.N't
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50257 0773 TP 37 0 Co 1973 2c. PDDL lc. /FLAVORAI%lTS/ FLAVOR,kNTS--TOXICITY/ NATUttAL kLAVnURT`iG SUBSTAI\CIJS, THEIR SOURCIS, AND ADDED :AR'I'IMCI.AL..{ ~. V, FI. 4AWOURING SU33 STANCES COUNCIL OF EUROPE .• PARTIAL AGREEMENP IN TIIE SOCIAL AND PUD>C HEAU7; }StLD SrrtASnoveo 1973
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50257 0771 TRANSLATION RJR CLASS NO. TRt.NSLATION Schonherr, 11. ; Klimisch, 11. J. ; Harket, H. P. (Cigarette Ind., Res. Inst., Hamburg, Ger.) AGIP:G OF CIGARETTE S*;OKF. CONDENSATE QUfuNTI;ATIVE INVESTIGATIONS OF•AUT.Zi•.' .F.1,CT FORMATION bY GAS AND PARTICULATE PHASE REACTIONS. Beitr. Tabakforsch. 7 (No. 1) 18-23 (1973) (in German - complete English translatiorn available) ~ *1975, No. 6, W 1850* Tobacco chemistry: *d* , ......_. o~ n a n o 1 0 0 6 5
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50257 0768 :~.•~--%--y-----~--- . V , '.r ySYi:TIi'r.'TiC St.EETE;'i:^: YRRIiI7.INi SACCII~"i:7i~'/ S1, EF.TE'~ERS / Dr SS1 aj ~/ ~A:iI;P•Y I'ROllTJC;S /BLVP.~.:.`~i./FktJZTS/flIE:'/-tELLItjS Ci14LCC~;~I:j / o:P.TICii~i:~:S / FOOD TECHNOLOGY REVIEW NO. 5 SUGAR SUBS T (T UTES AND FNN?ANC-CR a Rooer Daniels NOYES DATA COR?OFRATiO1d 7 ~ Park Ridga. Now Je'sA" 7973 London, EC~lanc 7c el'~,dt b 0 ._~-~ Q...~..~..j.. v 0 .6 ...?,
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50257 0772 :t I Ro7 :i:LaAF I r ARTT~'~ ON..QuAT.ITY.-DRFrUT..MN.11~TG&AC'Cdw R. J. Reynolds Tobarco Ch,,, Research and Product DeveZapment Depts., Science In4ormat1on Division ARTICLES 00 QUALITY D EFTNZTION OF TODACCD LEAF. 2p, typed. Winston-Salem, N. C. ~ t o t t~ant~ ~ ~o~~~
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50257 0779 BF 30 Al 1981 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE/ROBOTS/SENSES AND SENSATION Brains, Behavior, and Robotics by James S. Albus BYTE Books, Subsidiary of McGraw-Hill, 70 Main St., Peterborough, N.H. 03458 , . _e..-.- _, (d, jm G.'j) 6, o i h o c) o f, 0 0,7 3
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50257 0776 72 VI Chl `tOBACCU--F::R.tifF.NTATIO:v/ TOP,ACCO--AGING/ - ~ - - _ : , n tOBACCO--Cii~':ICAL AsTD YHYSICAI. PIt(.PERTIEo/ • RJR CLASS NO. PA.*:i iiLET 72 VI CUl Chak.aborry, M. 2:.; Ramachandruda, B. S.; :2arasay}•a, K. L. (Cc:;it Yal Tobacco I'.es. Inst., ::ajatt^~undry, India) TABACUM L.) Yn4ian Jour. Agr. Sci. 42 (No, 2) 169-176 (Feb. 1972) (in English) 0 I ~~nn 1.0 0 70
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~ 50257 0775.•~ _ --~= Bul]. Illinois Agr. Exp. Sta. (593) 1-68 (1955) . , , . . .__ . .80 11 Po Artiftcial.•Drying ,,,. .:~and_Rehydration of:Popcorn : S:P. °, and_,.Their:. Effects=on Popping Expansion ° :~ By W. A. HcEtsc% and W. P. $E.utf ~ t HE DL.IIA\'D FOR POPCORN has incrc•a,<•d tremendaush• : Tsince 19-42. Its popularity is due to its relatively low price and to - -- t•he imPro.-ed quality resulting from the introduction oi hybrids. ~ ~ - The popcorn industry, consisting of firms marketing both raw and ~ manufactured (popped) corn, has grown rapidly with practically no ~ background of research on which to base its operations. Consequentl.• - each operator forms his own theories without having many facts on - - " which to build. To add to the difficulty, much of tV information which - is available is either misapplied or erroneous. Suca questionable infor- mation " mation ma.• lead an operator to doubt the quality of a crop and so fr ; reject it, even n-hen the grower holds a written contract. C. 0- 0 6 9
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50257 0777 i I A.. ~ :1 . . _^:.',±^.3) s -
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50257 0781 ' ZC .krtificiul inte.liger.ce. 1 Carne, E B Artificial intellibence techniques (by] E. B. Carne. ingiorL, Spartan Division, Books, inc. t°19G5, vitt, 149 p. lllus. 24 cm. Includ::4 bibliographies. 1. ArtEficial intelligence. Q335.C3 1965 ILibrary of Congress Wash- z. Title. 001.535 65-27043 ~ 4 i4.."11 0 10 0 0 0 1U 0 7 S
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50257 0770 vECfrAaLEs--D~iM~s-lff pE xx MQI•-C_223-i3 f dgricultu?a HaredLvok No. 153 >;r' ~. ~I9 t?1 ' t! :1 ,~ P~ ~ ~ o ~;7 ~ Pli ! ~js of BEETS, trllat.Oii F, E'iDJYE, ESCAROLE 'CLf)BE WRTle- LETTL'C.i j RHUBARB, SPINfiCll, AND "' SWEETPOTATOES ~ , t UNITED STATES DEPART11E.\T OF .1GRIl:ULTLRI; } Agrieultural Murleting Service 15hrlCeting Rcatarch Divisioa ip. 0-1 c~ 0 tl L,~p A 1. f _cT4 ~ .lpril19557 grviwu+ed and upproocd for nprintin; Jlay li6i f
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- CELLiT'..0: C--Cii EMIST.9Y/ 50257 0764 ) POLI,siEt:SCI.:I'AttTC Polymer syx~nosia 72 111 Vy2 1.`0. 37,I'Y.27-46 (1972) ESR STUDY OF INTERACTIONS OF 7-IRRADIATED CELLULOSE : AND CELLULOSE It WITH AINtNfONIA, WA"I'F, •, AND SODIUII HYDROXIDE SOLU TIONS .• OSCAR FiINWOSA, YOSHIO NAKAS:URA#, and JETT C. ARTHUIt, JR. .. . r Southern f:egior,al Research Labor4tory Southern Ilarke:ingand Nutrition Research Division ~ Agricukural Research Service ~ U.S. Department ofAgriculture ,. Xziv Qrleans, L ouisiana 70179 MOPSi9 The types of long-lived free radicals formed in predried eellulose I and cellulose II, after irradiatioo in a nitrogen atmosphere at 25°C by 7-radiation from •OCo, were resolved by te;eetiveiy scavenging some of the radica's and then recording the ESR spectra generated. The effects of anhydrous ammonia (both gas and liquid), water, solutions of sodium bydroxide, and temperature of heatiao on the ESR spectra generated by the irrzdiated celluloses were recorded. Most of the free radicals formed in the irradiated celluloscs are apparently trapped in the amorphous or less ordered regions of the cellulosic structure. About 70% of the radicals formed in irradiated cellulose I and about 90 1j'U of the radicals : formed in irradiated cellulose 11 are szavensed by contacting the samples wit't water. The ESR speetra of the free radicals sca••er.ged by water arc almoa identical for both irradiated eclluloses. Contact of the irradiated cclluloses with ammonia (liquid) scavenged most of the trapped free radiczls. It also appears likely that the long-lived free radical si.es in the luohly ordered regions in both irradiated cclfuloses are the same. As shown by the effects of G 1(1 0 ~ Q t0 0 , S 8
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50257 0765 // REACTIONS BETWEEN ON AND OXYGEN ` ~/81 111 Ar B" , l?ueived zztlk Audusl, =950 > A study has been made of the combustion of two carbons of widely different reactivities in the temperature range 46o-goo-C. nsing a Sow method. POCI, .-apour being added to the oxidizing gas to suppress the formation of CO. from CO. Two reactions are responsible under the conditions used for the gasification of carbon by O8 in the above temperature range. One of them leads to CO, : formation, the other to CO formation Taeir relative rates are given. as a function of temperature, by the equation : ; . CO/CO, - soa' esp (- a,4co/tT)s this eqnatioa applyina to both carbons, Some lonetie propertics of the two reactions are discnssed, and reasons are given for the view that the above equation r represents the relative rates of the two gasification reactions as they occur in the normal (nninhibited) combustion of solid fuels. The low relative value for the temperature independent factor in the reaceon leading to COa formation , from C aad Os is discusseil. The results are compared witn earlier work.
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50257 0778 ZII Pu -77 S.~ ~-^` - ~ Ar.tifi.~i.aL .~.Irer~Eas4s--.~nf,the 'StXatoQxid~~CoA.t$ri.tVW - : ~.vs..sible - Conse.q ue.uses,r,for::•the. ;.AtAospherzc,;Ozone . . . ' ' , Stockhola Univ. (Sveden). Inst. of Meteorology. AUTNOR: Crutzen, P. , C372213 FLD: 4A, 55E STAR1221 11 Feb 74 11p : REPT NO: AP-i5 MONITOB: 18 ' ' ABSTRACT: Theoretical ozone concentrations for different values of stratospheric mixing ratios NO/N02, rangirig from 0 (natural stratosphere) to 10 to the minus 8th power (stratosphere polluted by supersonic aircraft) were calculated. The results were tabulated for both a static atmosphere and an atmosphere in motion. (Author) I DESCRIPTORS: *Atmospheric composition, *Nitrogen oxides, *Ozone, *Stratosphere, *Supzrsoaic aircraft, Air pollution, Atmospheric chemistry, Exhaust gases, oxygen, Photochemical reactions, Turbulent diffusion, Vertical distribution -^-"TTp7RRS: NTISNASA 4 1 ~ Q~'I ~ i u p T 2 . I r
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50257 0783 ARTIFICIAL I?v'fET.LIl:EAICE/CYT3F.rNFTICS/Cn~1T'iJTERS--°RnrnAmMINC/ h OA 76 Wa 1978 PATTERN-DIRECTED INFERENCE SYSTEMS Edited by D. A. WATERMAN FREDERICK HAYES-ROTH The Rand Corporation Santa Monica, Cal{fornia ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1978 A Subsidiary ojh(arcourt Bracc Jovanovich, PubGshers 1 '.J 0 7 7
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HEIIRISTIC SEARCH/ 50257 0782 ~ McGRAW-HILLVCOPJIPUTER SCIENCE SERIES RICHARD W. HAMMING QA NILS J. NILSSON Artif:cial Intelligence Group Bell Telephone Laboratorie! 76 Stanford Research Institute, Menlo Park. California xi- 1971 2 C. PROBLEM-SOLVING ETHODS IN ARTIFICIAL = 1NTELL1 GENCE McGRAWHILL BOOK COMPANY New York San Francisco St. Louis DQsseldorf Johannesburg Kuala Lumpur London Mexico Montreal New Delhi Panama Rio de Janeiro Singapore Sydney Toronto I OZ~f~ 1- ~? . 91AA., 0 I 0 p n-0 1 0 0 7 b EDWARD A. FEIGENBAUM Stanford University Ir i
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50257 0785 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QA 76 Te 1982 Technical Insights, Inc..Fort Lee, NJ. ARTIFiCIAL-INTELLIGENM4--g-4.~+NEWiXQOL:j.F.AR,:;.~J;,~!!F~'~"~~'!L ;T~nfi1S~~ cAND ;-RUS I NESd* Technical Insights, Inc..Fort Lee, NJ.82.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 3750 0 1 ~ 0 CI 0 1 0 0 7 9
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50257 0758 73 XII Kn NICOTINE--BACTERIAI. DEGRADATIG21/ --- _ __..,..,:. _~....,..~..___ ~ I Y.r.ackmuss, H.-.I. ; Bec:: iann, (:;nivers{ty Gottinrcn, Inst. RJR CLASS NO. PAM'ifLF:T 73 XII Vs, W. Mikrobiol. and In;t. :S.%,ro`;ic1. Gesci2schaft .) Strahlen- Ur::elt-forsct:. rii>t?, ':-anic:: t;otcinr,en, C-~r. } THE S1RUCTURE OF \TCOTI::E BLUE FROM AriLZ " Arch. Mik-robiol. 9U, 16i--o9 (1973) - in En~;lisii *1973, No. 10, 443i;vx *jt* Tobacco che:.;istry:
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50257 0786, ; 7405 Ca : 1965 CarnE, E B Artificial intelligence techniques (by; E. B. Ca.ne. Wash- ington, Spartan I)ivision, Books, ir.c. j°1y65i vii1,1SJ p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1. Artificial IntellEgence. i. Title. Q335.C3 1:)65 ~ 001.535 65-270-."s l ~. Library of Congress . ~ j4-11 .. .~ ,....~.~..: ;.~. ~,~ 0 1 n t~ ~ ~ j J c~ 3 0
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50257 0788 ~ 1757 ~ i 1 ; c?r1F;ry;:Pi:~iIT, P 1 •. ...~.i:._. 0 to d+'1 P t a U 3 2
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.wr•v - - - ... •.•-.- L...'.-,.•.- - - __ - .. PICOSECOND SPEi,~ROSCOPY/GAS-SOLID llvTr.c~'iCTIu:'~; `502~ ~7g~ CIiP.O:-tATOGRAPHIC AI3ALYSIS--LIQUID CHFOMATOCP.APIfi1/CRYSTAi.S, LIQUIU/ LIQUID C?iR0_"iATOCR.'1PFiY, IiICII-SPEED/GAS PHASE RrACTI7I51--I:I'.dETICS/ RAMAA SPECTROSCOPY/PIIYSICAL CHEMICAL DATA/CHE'1ICAL DATA, COMPILATION/ LIQUIDS/POLYMERS AND POLYMERIZATION--OPTICAL PROPERTIES/ARTIFICAL INTELLIGEAICE/ POLLUTA.'~T FOR.`IATION IN FL&MES, CIIE.*tISTRY OF/PLANTETS, CHEriISTRY OF/ : MOLECUL#~R COLLISIOJS;_ QUANTL'I•1 DYNA'tI~A-TIiEOR~OF/~II"iPUTER-DYNAl~1ICTj~ - ' D ' ~53 An ANNUAL REV I EW O F - 1973 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A . • . , ssoczate 'Cdilor University of California, Berkeley H. EYRING, Editor University of Utah ~ VOLUME 24 , C. J. CHRISTENSEN, Associate Editor University of Utah 1973 H S JOHrSTUN ADMUAL REVtEWS INC. aDi EL cwMI1W WAY rALO wLTO,GALtFORNiw falo6
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NTIS/PS-79/0002 QA 76 Ca 1979 . COMPUTLRS/ 5Q257 078a .- ~ALtjjic.i;a~:.~r~.G,~_ . ....,. -.~..:.=- --.. Feb -79 Brian Carrigan. National Technical Information Service U.S. Department of Commerce Springfield, Va. 22161 Report period covered: Rept. for 1970-Jaii 79 Supersedes NTIS/PS-78/0024, NTIS/PS-77/0044, NTIS/PS-75/397, and COM-73-11714. Many subfields of artificial intelligence are cited in this bibliography. These include natural language generation by computer, learning machines, question answering systems, theorem proving, and speech understanding. (This updated bibliography contains 177 abstracts, 27 of which are new entries to the previous edition.) ~ ~ ~IQ 1D~ ~r10~M 7 Ntd ," . .'N't
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50257- ~ 0792". xx 7 ~ R~ J, Reynol,ds Tobacco Com;an.y„ Research- . 1 ~ and. -Prdcuc t,:Dov.elo.pments: Depar.tmeri t"s•„ 1; , Science Information Division ; ~ , ARTIFICIAL ®WEETENERS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product ,: ~ Development Departments,-flaience Infromation ; Division, snd Willism W. Menz ~ 1967 A Collectiom.of .Marerial s Winston-Salem, N.q3.. i E~ 1 0 0 n 0 1 0 0 a 0
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..~. ~ •~r - ' ~ . . . . ~ • - ~ •. - - : Water and : Sewage Works •• 121 (b)10n-2 (1974) 11 S.P.~S-74 Le~'s Up~~n~~3S ~~~a-~~~ ~ ~~ . ~ r•?. - " . •. . . _ • -. . . _ - . • _ . . - . - .~• ... . , In !he past several years there has been much tolk obout towever, would be prohibitive and even if one did not know eGminoting or rePlaccing the Standard Methodss five-day - the magnitude of each of the above there is no way to put the tIOD •test as a measure of the oxygen requirements of numbers together to orrive ot the 8OD! In addition, not one of .rastewater. Bots t:r American Society of Testing Materiats . the answers will give any information obout the rate of bio- •. and the Water Qucuty OGceof the Environmental Protection chemical oxygen demond of a particular wostewater. The Agency have tafcem definite positions against the use of the 80D test is the only method of measuring the cumulative ef- tost.x3 fect of oll the characteristics of wostewoter. In spite of the stond, most Federal, State and locat lows Advanta9es-Disedvanta9es Of BOD - governing polllubn control refer to the BOD as the accepted method of determiesing the strength of wastewaier. Test-Dilution Method . : • Present PrincipEe Is Sound , Advontoges: - - Few people .+dt crgue that the principle of the fiOD tess is unsound. The testmokes use ot r•.aturcl biological processes in 1. It is a biochemical test in which results ore dependent of oll of the voricbles stated above. The cctuol BOO at the end of 5 days is dependent on the rote of metabolism (and theretore 0 O` 1i•..•ll / t Arthur Bros Co Inc. side tb r~ kl A R b ~ ,, . n re _ 07 ~; r ury o ert I POna Gu LOC. Vryrscunslo `.
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N ' , 50257 0791 r.:A-- _ ,c -_ _! 11W _ -~..., E.E 1^-iTi 1: 2 i iil-:D . .) \ ..~ ~:.J rrsE..~ 7IX MeC -78 •~ . =I ~:'~~`~"i ;~' S.P.7 t'\ 1 L 1T, V Y~. ~i '. a.~:~. , L-i u.~1 . LINDA H. NASH, B.Sc., M.Sc, A.LInf.Sc. ~,.;r ...;..,~~ FOOD fr~.. ~~.:. .. t-~ .. .,. ~.. t . ._ i '~.~ . _ ,o.l ~..~ ~.... r.~~~ . ; a~~''.r ~.1 ff-.i elrI lE~ .r77 ~ i 0 1 ~ A 0-'0 0 0 8 S i NA
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. 50257 0790 ' , B. Morrison ~ ' Uaiversi ty of "ori ti sn CoI ur.;bi a, ': znce::ver, Canada ~• - • Lld P.Gordon. •.' t•.'eon DaI housi e Uni vzrsi t ty, Ha1 i`2x, i;ova Scoti a; Canada '' 'L.':!. •Chanibers • G. Fodor. ' .• Winsor hamorial Universi ty, St. Jo: ns, i:a:rroundlznd, Canada XX '4eCi-79. . S.P. • • CANADA NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE/ CAXCER--BLIDDEP,/ CANADA DEPART74I:NT OF NATIONAL III:ALTH AND t7ELFP.RE/ SACCIL1RIt;/ - At•I ASSOCIATION 6E'i'EM ~ . . . :ARTIFICIAL•:~,5lrtEETE,iER USE-AhB. HU'•3Ai`l _8E,!+DDER:~-CAriCce. . . • ' . G.R. f-:o:i2 . J.O. Burch A.B. ttiT7er 1` EpidEriotocy U1it, National Cancer Instituta o-IF Canada ,. University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada - * Tnis study was supported by the t:atiorcaI . ~ Cancer Ins ti tu te o-" Canada, and i n part • S under i;at;onal He3I th Research and • Cevelc?ment ?rolect :;o. 61310"3-•30 of V 1 t and l•:e1 Tare Canada. a•d~ I
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1 ..: FDA . ,I 50257 07 ~~ 3 ' b 9 . 7 w,l~l ~} FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION --- 9 U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Public Health Service 5600 Fishers Lane Rockville, Maryland 20857 -- FDA Talk Papers are prepared by the Office of Pub!ic Affairs to guide FDA personnel in responding with consistency and accuracy to questions from the public on subjects of eurrent interest. Talk Papers are subject to change as more information becomes available. Talk Papers are not intended for general distribution outside FDA, but all information in them is public, and full texts are releasable upon request. T79-1 January 8, 1979 ASPARTA*tE/XYLITOL/NEOHESPERIDIN flIHYDROCHALCnNE/ Nancy Glick (202) 245-1144 UPDATE: `-ARTIFICIAL .SWEETENERS » The following is an update on the regulatory status of the major sugar substitutes except saccharin. Cyclamate In 1970, FDA banned cyclamate as an artificial sweetener in foods XX MeC7 80 S.P. after two studies indicated that it caused cancer in animals. Citing new studi~es,~ inE~19'9 AbbAk Labo atotries, Zthe manufacturer, petitioned FDA for
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50257 0795 XI Me2-74 S p• ,,,TR CLASS NO. PAMPl?LET XI Mei-74 Ce, .. la.iesc Corporation, :,cw York, N. Y., U. S. ART IFICI :L• •TOIVXCG Celanese Corp., Ncws Release, New York, :~. Y. (1974) (in F,n;;lish) *hbstr. i;.: tta11 St. Jour. 1974, 1). 18 (Feb. 5, 1974) ; r197[;, ro. 3, W . : 0 1 0 0 11 0 1 0 0 a 9
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50257 0799. Dictionary of biological ecluivalents. CTernian-]:n~1ish. ht• Ernst Artsch~~•a-er ... I3altimore, ''lte Williams .~ «'ilkins company, 1030. ..33 p. incl. 6 pl. ^-1 cm. Descriptive letterpress on versos facin- the piatea. "Referent~e books and redated dictionariea" : p. ?1. .Artscisnager,:i:r=st F;ie3rich. 13S9- M 15 5 i Yl (e/ ~6,,~ 1. Biolugy--Dictiouaries. 2. German langua.Ge-Dlctionaries-Eng- lish. 3. English lanouare--Dictionaries-Gern:an. CLHIi.Ai ~`~ 570.3 LiDrary of CongrPs.s (b4ull :i0--1 ;i° 7t 01 ;)o n o 10093
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4 TOBACCO--F'I:AVOP•ING/TOBACCO--SUBSTITUTES/NATIONAL CANCER FOUNDATION/ . 76 VIII Li.- July 50257 0797 I RJR CLASS NO.PAMPIiLET 76 VIII Li Little,'A. D., IncoYporated ARTIFICIALLY; FLAVORiiD ,.'NEW' :..CIGARETTE _ DL•'VELOP F.D: Little, A. D., Iuc., News Release (1976) (In English) *Abstr. in: Richmond Times Dispatch 1976, Sect. E, p. not given 8, 1976) :t:; _ cicntists sa th y ey nave developed an artificially flavored c}'g,;rette that is far developed MIGIv o thc market. lower intt'ar and nicoti~ than any , 0 1 0 0 n 0 1 0 0 9 1 ~~ Using a techr.ique employeA ~ to make chemically flavored #foods, researchers said, they ~ came up with a cioarette that tastes rood ut is relatively Ltiarmless_ _ I . I . . f
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.50257 0800 COMPUTERS/ d Microcomputer Prentlce-Hall Series in Personal Compudn; Interfacing Podia lseacson, Editor ARIIMCK MicrooornputerIntedaclny HIGGINS Program Design and Construction PresitJsrk SuDbpic Company Urbana, lanols PRENTICE-HALL, INC., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632 a t n 0 n 0 1 0 0 9 4
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50257 0796 + ileF~ltFi7~i~+li:##~LY t~ ltC_~~~1j1(~~~'f~F+Q4i1~ RGA~,T .lii.QT I~ i i:C ~L2i. { J1:3 1_'5n3 u:iG'at .}_1lO +'2:0;..OatFi L ::n;17'ti.~'i:I 6': :? 1'YE::'_cllo World 'i'obccco Cotgn•333 A1: to--d2m 1951 ; 0 t 0 0 a 01 a 0 9 0 __, -'.
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50257 0774 ]80 I I Po i S.P. Artificial _Drying okPopcorn ~ ~ n _Relationt to- Popping_Expansi on r By W. A. HUELSEN and A. E. THOMPSON l3epariment of HorticuIltnre, Uni.ersity of Illinois, Urbana. Illinois (lteprtnied lrom proeeadinpv of tIu 1lmerlcan Societl for Hortlculture Scieaa.) In the northrrn states popcorn is usually harvacted when it contains from 15 to 20 per cent moisture, and then stored in corn cribs. As the winter months are usually unfavor- able, the stored corn does not come into proper popping condition until the following May or June. This is the ofY-season, as market consump- tion is concentrated mainly during the winter months (5). The expense of storing popcorn for long periods has suggested artificial drying as a substitute for cribbing. E!dredge and Lyerly (5) state that corn removed directly from a drier failed to, pop successfully even tion to popping expansion and ctm- clude that a rather wide range ot moisture is permissible. Willier and Brunson (11) found little variation in popping expansion within a mois- ture range of 10.1 and 12.7 per cent. All of their popping expansions, however, were below 20 volumes. Stewart (9) has studied the relation t between moisture and popping ex- ~- pansion more extensively than other ~ investigators. He concludes that the ~ optimum moisture content ranges ~ from 13 to 15 per cent with good popping yields rarely obtainable be- low 12 per cent and above 16 per cent moisture. No attempt was made 1 4.. ----~ ~-.~----: _l,~-
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79 VII Ma TOBACCO--DRYING/ 50257 0801.' ~ RJR CUSS NO. PAMPHLET 79 VII Ma Makzudov; T. M.; Umarov, G. G.;,kArtykov, S.r haftshandels Samarkand, Lehrstuhl t sowjeti chen Genossens tit (I .F u ns % : Warenkunde Industiewaren) i. UTILIZATION OF SOLAR-ENERGY FOR DRYING OF FRUITS'AND*TOBACCO. c von Obst und Tabak.)* cknun T i nn g ro e zur enenerg ~ *(Nutzung der So t Lebensmittelindustrie 26` (No. 5) 209-10 (1979) (in German with English F.. . ,_ ._. _ . .. ~ sumlIDary) - . ; First test results about drytng ot arricultur. - 4 r f G al yroducts, especially ot fruits and tobacco ~ by solar energy are dealt with in this ar ~ ticle. The test values show that sudt yro- '" cesses can be advantageous 1n relation • to traditional methods. . ~ . - ~`_ ... ~ ~...~e 0 1 tl o n o i o 0 9 5 L
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5025,7-,0798 RESEARCH, INnUSTRIAL--~L4NAGEi4E?JT/ZNDUS:RIAL Z;Us:iAGGtKPi1T/ -- RESEARCki, INI)USTRIAL--::El•l PRODUCT IND'JSTRIAL/ I4,'1i~ AGEi fEii-f--CO::I'UTEF•S /Nu%.Nt•.GL:~SEN T--GI:GAIII7.ATIG:~ /:-1,^_'AGEAIF': NT--PLANNING/ MANAC E;tENT--EXECUTIVE POTENTIAL/: Ih^'dot'ATION/ _ A Mc}tinsey Anthology Edited by Roland Mann McGraw-Hill Book Company New York • St. Louis • San Francisco • Mexico • Panama Toronto
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. _...>... ... • . _. . _:.:~: -: _. __. ...._.._,~._._. SAFETY .`"'~--ASUP.ES/IN DUSTRIAL )IYGIF.NE/ , • ' 50257 0789 lnjarmauon Sheet,fonns port of the service to CIS subscribers and is issued by qie °3 4wernaUonal O+ccuPational Safcty and Health Information Centre (CIS) Internauonol Labour Office. Geneva. Switzerland 74 I I JPTERING TANKS AND OTHER ENCLOSED SPACES.(CIS Information Sheet,iibid, 6) PIRCL'LAR 'SA61S. (CIS Information Sheet, Hroz, 7) kLEXIBLE Sh'INC DOORS AND AIR CURTAINS (CIS Information Sheet, I~ac, 8) PSPIRATORY PROTECTIVE EQUIPI°!ENT. (CIS Information Sheet, Tiz, 9) ~~0:10'rfICS OF aACHIhE CUARDING.(CIS Information sheet, Jz Pym Svk, 10) ~RTIFICIAL LCgHTING IN FACTORY AND OFFICE'.! (CIS Information Sheet, Smp, 11) OISE IN INDUSTRY. (C_S Information Sheet. Bik, 17) .[R4AN FACTORS AND SAFETY. (CIS Information Sheet, Puw:sl(056), 15) AGEMENT A.`iD INDUSTRIAL SAFETY ACHIEVEMENT (CIS Information Sheet, Vap Vov, 13) g1IIVING (CIS Information Sheet, Bbg jwam, 20) EAZARDS OF L1~SER BEAMS. (CIS BIBLIOGRAPIiY, Bqh, 8) ' THE~I ST OF OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENTS A_VD DISEASES. TFIE VN0`SICS OF SAFETY AND HEALTH. (CIS BIBLIOGRAPHY, Yom, 7) ~IFTY YEARS OF INTEB.`tATIOaAL COLLABORATION IN OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY A.vD HEAL;H, (CIS Information Sheet, Z: sh(62), 19) 7fC~-A -: ~J M
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I QD j 305 Alry."s 50257 08i1 . -.-_--- j Gi I "iei:, i . T.. .,. :i1.ii~a;::.:5 1 ilL:~~' a by l. and t. . Vi . ts. t tj:~ ~ ifa :G(LB 1oa3C rt,.c' a 0 I n 0 n~ ~ 0 1 0 5
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p;a,d I:..1" C i• Iv:.i. \..1. . .. • ~. 1 L• .. ; 50257' 0805 THE DF:VELl)I'MENT AND EVALUATION OF BEH.a\'IORALL1' j? 80 II Ey-80 BASED RATING SCALES S.P. JOHN P. CAMPBELL I ~ C'ait•tnity of 1(ianr,uta ~ Pfr.ownel D«i.ios, lnc.. .tliawtapolis A diutinctiun is made between criterion measures that assess indi.•idual per- iormance in terms of concrete job functions and those that reflect organiza- tinnal outcomes several steps removed from actual behavior (eg., salary level). It is argued that psychologists should be trying to measure and predict the iormer, and a modincation of the method of scaled expectations is suggested as one technique for doing so. The method was used to develop nine criterion dimensions for department managers in a nationwide retail chain. The result- ine behavior rating scales were compared with a summated ratings technique on a sample of 537 department managers. The behavioral scales yielded less method variance, less balo error, and less leniency error. Additional benefits from the method an: also noted. 4;, IIho99) ' ) MARVIN D. I)C\NF.TTE .+.u RICHARD _ . . .... ... ... -..:Z........... ._._ I Mi:rnicy of .Uiennula and Prr.%un:u! Decisiuin, lnc., llinnrap"li. LOWELL V. HELLERVIK
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Ary1zxLion; 50257 0810 i QD Pesez, A1aurice, 119~1-1- ~ ~ , , ~ i 171 Alethotle, et rea,:tioas c1e 1'riualps.: c,r,•,luique; diterniina- ticns -Jrwralrs ett recllerches fottctiotulelles Ipar] .1L Pesez et P. Poirier. OUi'rA,e pablit'~.,ous 1:1 direction de l.coti Velluz; Pref. cle ('ilarles 1)ufrais;Er. Paris, Mas_oll, 1;);r?-5l. 3 v. illuS. '?6 cm. 1. Chemistry, Analytic. 2. Chemistry, Organic. i Title. QD271.P4 ,F' `, 52-2918 rev j Library of Contress t'~ ir55c11 __._-__-__ ........-...r.4..,.,^~~: +t... 1 04
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III Du2 72 S.~ . ..50257 0804. : - . , SOEBEh'TS A'4D SELECTIOtii OF REhS^:IABLE CO::Di T IO~iS FOR TY.E CHRtJ?".ATc3G?.APEiIC . r ANALYSIS OF FRF.O\S. • Khalod. Tekh. Tekhnol. 1971 (No. 12) 79-83 (1971) Bv: Celler, Siiina._L _3. 52655e Soa.er.ts ard sr!estion et reasonacte coatitiur.s faz Ve ct:cmatc-Fra; 4ic ana!}•sis uf Frcor.s. Gciicr, Z. L; :+rta.u- «ov, Vu. 1.; 5aia1. L. 13. (US51:). lii:o:od. It.~.c. TikK,:a:. , 1971, No. I'_, i0-,-,i (l:uss). Ti:c ncethocls %.•rre stu3icd uIacis • are usecI to sttaJr ;uid e~-orb;znts oa thr ln:sis of the theory of di::usc c:itor.uctn4. band and chru:nato;. srpn. aad cf:icicntY eriteri.a; tLc optiatuai u,nditious..cre srlected ior sep;;. pai:s oi s• Frcons. nhica are ditacu:t to srp. The stuclies w-ere tnade oa J.1,0a. ZnIitc-:.i5, I\"!.-o:1J, artc! .eide-pore C-3 s?ica S;cl. In the therraophysical studies of Freons it is isportant to know'the degree of purity dnd the quantitative coi:position of all impurities.• Since - the industrial Freons comprise a multi-compor.ent mixture of various Freons and since the ataourr<t off iutpuritiesJ often exceeds the standard permissible / 4 1« 4 ~ fi 1~ 0 9a
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. _...,_.._r.=. . s_: . 50257 0809 ~:.,•. ,.... >..-_.- . REF QD 251 Me 1972 . ... ..~'~...~ _._.. CItEMISTRY. ORGAATI C--c Yti Tf:E S: S/ MEIIIODEN DER ORGANiSCHEN CIIEMIE (t~OUBE~\.~YEyT.,) QTRRTE.V6LLIG NEU GESTALTETE AUFLAGE BAND V/lb . I LKE\ E, C~YCLOALKENE, ;~~E~ 3;~ ~'(`MIT ISOLIERTEN C=C-DOPPELBINDUNGEN) GEORG TIiIESIE VERLAG STI:TTGART. a3tan.aalt=7t1 ' . . = EUGEN MULLER tOtl7Yt1 pttaS1.OIat t i L YiitttZ`!K VO7 OQSATEt -1LIlEERWESN t -iZLEi:LER assscc.u n.a~.rsoac 0! 0 3 i I
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50257 0813 ~ I Rucin, der ~ac ~r~csnA~- ~~ b8r3.S19yY 3 87 p. 25 mr.a 0 j c~ p t~ t~ 1~ 1 t~ 7
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50257 0822 AGRICULTURE% TOBACCO--AGRICULTURE/TOBACCO--BRAZIL/ Transferrin echnology for Small-Scal arming ASA-Special ~u ~ blication Number 41~~ Proceedings of a symposium sponsored by Divisions A-4 and A-6 of the American Society of Agronomy in Chicago, Illinois, 3-8 Dec. 1978. 1981 Published by the ' AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRONOMY 677 South Segoe Road Madison, Wisconsin 53711 Editor Noble R. Usherwoo( Editor-in-Chief Matthias Stelly Managing Editor David M. Kral Assistant Editor Mary Kay Cousin
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50257 0816_ CIGARETTES--VENDING MACIIINES/ TOBACCO--GERMANY/ . . . . . , , . . . • • . . , j 73 XI Fo1-79. S.P. RJR CLASS NO. FAMPHLET 73 XI Fol 79 s.p. Badische Tabnkmanufaktur Roth-Handle GmbH Company, Lahr, Ger.; Reeratsma Cigarettenfabriken GmbH, Hamburg, Ger. A SUBSIDIARY OF GER,~SANY'S LARGEST CIGARETTE MANUFACTURER DEVELOPS A CIGARETTE VENDING MACHINE WHICH, FOR THE EQUIVALENTOF ABOUT $1.50 SELLS A PACK OF CIGA1KETTES COMgINED WITH A POCKETBOOK DETECTIVE STORY kttndfg~.)* *vArzte;fo:rdern;$tggp ;der-.TabakweAun• g. Verfa"ss(rngstcizaAe" ~~ft • LfBadische Tabakmanufaktur Roth-Handel GmbH Co., Lahr, Ger., eemtsma Cigarettenfabriken GmbH, News Release; Hamburg,-Ger. 1 p. (1978) (in German) *Abstr. in: Express 1978 (No. 232) 1 p. (Oct. 17, 1978)* , . Q/ A 0 n 0 1 0 t 1 0,
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III Du2 76 S.P. Applied Optics 15(1)261-72(1976) YQrL:vC~o fi.0Stilt~i~:•'.t«G"~ of ,('3r1ri~e: a nea~ ~~th f1:;~ (RIe ctetepm-inaiion usrn4sate::ae measu: iarnenEs nd shrr A nerr method tu determine the vertical distiibution of atmospheric osone over a wide tanoe from thc spec- tral measurement of backscattered solar uv radiatiun is proposed. F.quytions fnr the diffuse rrtltction in an inhotnogeneous atinosnhere are introduced, and some thcoretical app:o.ir.mtiuns are discus.ed. An ir.- vereion equatinn ir furnrulrted in such a way that the chr:nRe of radiance at c^cn wavelenxth, cauced by the minute relative increment ef tnane den>ityat euch alatude, is obtained exactly. The equr.tiuc i, s.,l.rti by an iterative procrdure using the weight function obtained in this work. '1'hc rL-ults of computer siinuia. tion indicala that the ozone distribution fiom the mesap3use to the trupupau%e can be deterinini.d, and that a1tF,ough it is itupossible to sup?est txactly the contplicuted proftle with fine structurt., tite emouthed otorte distribution ard the total content can be de:e'nrined with almost the same accurac-y as the actura- ciea of measurement and the~retical ealcuintion of the t:p ectral iatensity. 1. latroductiott The ozone layer f,lnys an important roTe in the en- ergy input-output ar,d the heat b;tlauce oi the earth. At th•. samu timc it pt:.t;•cts tL•(• creatures ou the er+rth hy tht•nt frona the :.olctr u': radia;iun. h .. .r \. .! I . .._ .. r .. . _ . . 4 t~l G n ti t0 0 9- 4 ed matrix A'1, provided that any two distinct func- tions of x do not lead to the sarae ~;(,~~). !n n:.lilv, the solution of this equation is Ei-eafrc+ily tio til'str.hle thntt there Lre tne!.ho<Is to a:u;d this in;tauiiitv'v': the rIFe oi StaJi~i'ltny con!1t::'.;-1t.c-t ~r iti r:i';vo ritirnc 4.5 . X,
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TOBACCO--ANTI-TnBACCO ORCANI7.ATIONS/ 50257 0818 14 f~,.,... .r... .. ..-., .~.., ...« . .s- , . ~ . - .-.. -~ ~-..... ._ ._:,...-, `._,~. . .... .,..._.. - ~ . . 73 'IX Fp-79 - PJR CLASS NO. Pl.~fi'IILET 79-iff-i4r : Arstllchc~cpArDeiutkr~t~+~Ytuc;ie~. uad C~~crrtdtteii~, Iieidc•I.;Dr.rF, f;errans• -LISTINC OF (GiL'ST) rLP..`V+::Y 1.::TI-SMO::It:G Oi:GANIZATIO.IS lC.D SO;G: OF iIIE: PtJBLICAT.:Ct:S. Arztlicher Aronitskreis I:auchen und Cesunc3hcit, News Pelease, Iieidel- berg, Ccrm~3ay (19- ) (in Ger^:an) *Abstr. in: 'erband CiFarcttenindustrie, 1979, p. 7-9, (July 10, 197, . . ~..::.:~.:-_.,.....~., ~.z._:.y,..__.... .:~:.,.r......_._...__~...~.~x:.. _,..._._l::a..~...~.'.. / o~ 0 0 n~ ~ o t 1 2 . r
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50257 0820 Lung 1»(1) b5-b(1978) ~ ~ ~ i , , . Q VI Re9-78 Early Changes in Airway Defence after Pollution Inhalation S:P. ,,..Ar. vpLn As y . Department of Medicine, University of the Witwatersrand, and NRIOD of the S. A. Medical Research Council, Johannesburg, South Africa The effects of various pollutant gases on the mucociliary defence mechanism of the pulmonary airways has been studied in vitro and in vivo for varying periods of exposure and gas concentrations by many investigators. The effect of low-to-intermediate concentrations of nitrous fumes (NO2) for short periods of time has not been reported. The purpose of this study was to investigate the changes that occur in ciliary function within the first few weeks after exposure. Two groups of specific pathgen-free rats matched for weight and sex were selected. One group was exposed to 20 ppm N02 for 30 min on day 1, and the other group of 9 rats served as the control. Both an exposed as well as a control animal were examined on days 1. 3, 8. 10 and 15. Ciliary beat rates were counted in the lower trachea as well as in the cardiac lobe bronchus, as previously reported (J. Pathol. 106, 81, 1972). The ciliary beat rates in ten metachronal fields were counted in similar and strictly defined areas of the exposed and control animals. A paired t test was then used to compare the similarity of ciliary beat rates in matched exposed and control animals on the test days defined above. The results from the medial cardiac lobe bronchus indicate that there was no ~ 0 fl}ff~enc~c irtyiliAry jreency on days 1 and 3 after exposure, but on days g'an 10 exposed eq enc was significantly higher in the exosed animals
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50257 0812 '" :F12ET RADYCALS%C~~RAF':FS_/NITTFNF'S/CAP.Rn*:iIJ~t ~TOi`IS`/1!R`ITi~'$: ~ . ---- _ _. __.. . ._.. . .----. . . _ _ _. _ . . . . . • . . _ .- . _._ _ _~.... _ ....-. ..__._ _ -=--....._......:~..-~~. y This.is Volume 26.of ` QRGANIC: CI4ERIISTR'f A series of, ni^.uograptis Editors: ALI=RED T. BLO,.IQUIST and HARRY WASSERMAN ~----` ~ (27. P _4 M ~ 1QO___1'304 EDITED BY Samue! P. McManus Oeportmeru of Chemistry , Unirersity of Alo5omoln.Hun1--viJle Huntn-i71e, lJoboma ~ E MT ACADEMIC PRESS New York and London 1973 A Sv.bsidiary ojHarcourt Ilrace Jovanovich, Publiskcrs
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. VI Re9 77 S.P. • '& y Ogyo~y<<ku 36(6)290-305(1975) 50257 0823 ~~. _ t..` ; Recent researches on the high temperature kinetics of the formation and elimina- tion of NO: are reviewed. '6y,;Tt Asaba, H. Ando and M: Koshi (Dep. of Reaction Chemistry, Uniu. of Tokyo, Bunkyoku, Tokyo) , l.tv 86:110521d lFormntion and reaction of nitrogen oxides (NO.) at high tcmpcrntures. Acnb, Tctsuro;,Ando, lliromitsu; Koshi, Mitsuo (Fac. EnR., ~Jniv. T,)kyo, Tokyo. JApan). ; Kosyo (Coyaku 1975, 3G(G), 290-305 (Japun). The mechanism ' o(7urii0,tlbt5'e,tTd reactions o ,in flamcs of fuels, such as hydrocarbons, with air at 1500-3000 K are reviewed. 75 Refs. o r 0 0 0
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4 : TnnACCO--anvFp , 5025 7 0817 ~ TTSTV!`--rF*t xq~!Y/ ~ ---____ -- -- ----------- - --- . _ .. _. _ _.- ~.. . _ _ . . . _- - - . . -- 7R XT Ar ~ RJR CLP,SS ;:('. PI",;PF!LLT 78 XI 1" r CONS7IYt'7iCt::,"•.L OCaECi:C„S /'tGAI,;S7 CICt.RETf E t.UVEE'i ISI';G I': *(Vergassungsbes&.-ierde qeqen dic Zinarcttenreklut::~.)* trztlicher 1'.rbeitskreis Rauchen Gesundheit C.V., 1 p. (July 1973) - in German A radical German "medical" anti-smolcing or~ranizatien plans to lod;e a eomplaint on GQrr,an constitutional grounds anainst allcq inq cicarette ad•.c, tising. (The chance of this srJcceedinq are practically nil. The initiative is to Le considered as a publicity !1ir-.ulick.) _.. - -'`,t
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50257 0827 --IX Wh -77 S.P. Resp.1Circ. (Tokyo) 23(5):411-416, 1975 ACUTE PULMONARY AND CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF TOBACCO SMOKING IN THE RABBIT. 1. DEVELOPMENT OF A CIGARETTE SMOKE RESPIRATOR FOR THE RABBIT AND SOME EX- PERIMENTAL APPLICATIONS OF IT M.. Asano*4 C. Ohkubo, K. Miyazaki and R. Miwa *Department of Physiological Hygiene, National Institute of Public Health Q ~ n.~ R Q { 0 1 i . , .
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50257 0821 .1 78 XI Ad-81 S.P. RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 78 XI Ad-81 s.p. El Siglo De Torreon, Torreon, Mexico "AS OF~;.JAIIUwRY 1981 .>LL-_CIGARETTE.:r ADVERTISING: ISrtPROHIBITED; OI~'. -TELEVISION; IM YENEZUELg.";~~ ' •(Se acabo la publicidad de cigarrilos.en TV venezolana.)• El Siglo De Torreon, Toreon, Mexico, p. not given. (1981) (in Spaniah; o i a 0 n a 1 0 1 1 5
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. UDC 5fil. 51•1.71. 07 : 547. 4-t2. 3.0; Takuichi .lliki, I:cntaru 31iraga, T~Vnxf#ik eaRe~, and Hirototno .11a.uva : \ew 'Synthesis of 2-Substituted : clopen'_a.r.e-=~,3 dior.c.*' ~ (Ckcnnieal Rcsea rele l,aGorniorics. Rescarelr aird Dcrelopnrcnt Dicision, Takeda Cl:entical lnJtrstrics. Lld.'=) 7U- ! 73 ~%!o '! ~ ~ - 2-Methyl. 2-prok%•1 'ar.d ?-p?teneth•> lcvcloper.tSnC-1.3-<i:une (Ip) were prepared by the eatai.•tic hrdrogenatioa of the corre:pinding 2-;n-ethoxr,lkyi'sdrne;oyclolxnt-l-c•ne-/,3-diones, .(]I). which vvere obtnined by the condensation of c}-clo,xn:-i-c-ne-1..'.-dione (I) and cthyl ester of ortho acids. _ . - (Received July S. I_'Vj) Recently, 2-substituted cycioat`nta7lc-1,.'~i-diUneS iire often Ust'd as nce ttartiis?.- ..,,,._..:_~ ~- - -~ • a~naaasoit$
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` I xl iFu 50257 0832 ~ L - ---~- ~`" 1 GL:iP::IZZ~'~S OF St~P 5A€~C~,'. XV. A.~G~'.M cn..,7... r. CC:w.,..,...~, . ; ~ Ni.rvon J^sa kvRkai Zasstlt 62 (Na. 10) t 11C5-17 t1:'U75 ~r 9 , .~ , ~ ~ 0 i Cj ~ t~ 4 t 0 ~ 2 6
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,r...._ .. 'h . . • N - i 50257 0825 .Yl;.-_ . ._.. ' . .1.LL.~.. . .~ Tws Jocow.a o. liaLouca CHaruTar •d• 232, No. 1, rur o u~rmL.•r 10. Vp. 7! !-'lUI2, 1977 Ynn/rd cw T'i.Ti(. IX Re2-78 S°P. Effects of Chemical Modifications of Heme on Kinetics of Carbon Monoxide Binding to Free Heme* (Received for publication. January 24, 1977) MASANORI SONO, .TAA2ES A. MCCRAY, AND - From the Department of Pediatrics and Biochemistry, Children's Hospital o/'Philadelphia and Uniuersity ojPenutsyluania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104, and the Department of Physics and Atmospheric Science, Drexel University, Philadrlphia, Pennsylvania 19104 - The rates of carbon monoxide recombination to six differ- glycol. The *opposite order of the rate of carbon monoxide ent kinds of chemically modified heme with various substit- binding to free hemes to that for myoglobins us a functiun uents at positions 2 and a ha%e been studied in the protein- ,of pK, muy be due either to the tliffrrcnt hcme envirunmcnts free state (free heme) by the lalser flash phutolysis method or. to the difference in electrunic structure of the fifth In a mixture of cthylene glycol and 0.02 N NuUll (s0:'_0, v/%) coordination positiun ligand of heme iron, %% hich is u%%:,tcr (80% ethylene glycol). The carbon munoxide combination molecule for free heme and it proximal hiNlidine for myui:lu- rate constants to the variuus free hcmes uhtuincd in hll% bin. ethylene yc at 1;Z" w c 1 2. 21 3.7,•~ .5, nd 6•1 x .., . 01 `~ (A. t~ t~ t3 ~;l 9 19
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Author) 50257 0833 aal:..'?`.:3i:Kf3y lEx!•,fZ'fi1x Sv° SAUCE 0:L by r'~oi5u YJ;cz~a3:~ ,?.ywuo s'L;:30 Gn3 'ioshice JdPr_.zszae Fet. 23.,753 (Cl. 36 D 14) (1967) 19, st~64j 0 ~ r ~ Q o c~ i~ i2 7
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50257 0829 POLLUTION CONTROL/tdATE:~`.--PO:.LUTIOTI/ TD . ,,..f ~. f<<f ~}~~ r ) ~ 897 Sa` tGGl q r ~t±i: ~~ i " 1976 ,;rl (' ~%da ~f l ~~ `9C r t ~!~ti~ 1.1 ~~ ~ f, (^~~ i ~v ~~i ~k~"~1rl+Y ` • ~~~1I~ Ua':i~im4~4hy i~.~iS+ Ed ited by Robert L. Sanks Professor Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Montana State University Bozeman, Montana Associate Professor Department of Civil and Environmen, Engineering Washington State University Puilman, Washington ANN ARBO. SIOCIr NICC F"..ISl.ISfiERS INC P.O. BOX 1425 e ANN ARBOR. MICli.48106 o~ c~ o n n 1 0
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50257 0834 Atzzz2;__Y:nsvt, (Jt. P:atnor) 1~ ^C .~J3} ~IC~_•~Nf V~( - 1 1 ~ ^ ir ~ Y:.~. ~ n 3c".lr "l'3) I i or0 0 0 0 1 u1 26
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50257 0831 ~7 ~~ , = .k / ~-~- .... / I 1152 DECEMBER 1977 EE6 PROCESS S'PABILITY OF ACI'IVATED SLUU(;E PROCk:SSES' Discussion by John C. Crittenden,= A. INl. ASCE and TalWii Assno,J1 M. ASCE II Me sop. The author is to be commended for presenting additional information on process stability indicators of activated sludge operation. However, both the transient concentrations of microorganisms and Cft7uent substrate given by the author in Eqs. 14 and 15, respectively, are unfortunately untenable. In fact, the transient expressions given by the aforementioned equations arc'not the correct solutions to Eqs. 9 and 11. Under shock loadings, the term, k XO/(K, + S), in Eq. 11 may not remain relatively constant as assumed by the author. Moreover, Eq. 14 states that the microorganism concentration is a function of time during the period of shock loadings, consequently Eq. 15 can not be the correct solution to Eq. 11. The author assumed that the term, rX,/X, in Eq. 9 to be constant in order to derive the nonsteady-statc equation shown in Eq. 14. This is tantamount to assuming steady-state conditions in order to solve the nonstcady-state equation for microorganism concentrations. The discussers would also like to point out the implication of Eqs. 3 and 4; i.e., 1/0, = µ is only valid for the steady-state operation, and the nonlinear character of Eq. 8 cannot be removed by the simple substitution of I/0, into Eq. 8 for g. Referring to Fig. l, one can write a steady-state material balance ~ 0 n 6 >~ (frouid tl9 se~ndary clarifier with n'cnPnt t~ mirmnroon:- +.
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~ r I U 1~? V Q~~ t C? ; _-- as~w=~s~ si - ({6Si 'ST A?"ni' •sddv) (1961 'y2 '4ijts) (5z a 9E 'ID) LE:L'Y,- '4eid ewaw4cr c - .-.~ s.. ;~r0"J A*)S GO JiIU2Z.~.1.ft- t.~.7lt".1~i. a JZICIM nt2a=W g". f:a;,r.;o,; t (zoy:InV ':If) o.3sef'~~ i 5t80 LSZOS
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.. _ ~ .:.r.....:....:,:. - ~ , ... , . - _ : :If il- II Me -74 Jour. Environmental Engineering Division 100 855-67 S (1974) . S.P. ~ ILEACHI\C OF POLLUTANTS FRO'M WOOD-CHIP SLURRY/ (~: 8Y„ sicasld.AtwrrA,' ht. ASCE, Alan L. Towlerton; and Robert L. Sanks; F. ASCE ~ U l _ . ~ . t of solids has been a eom ercial reality for . Ahhough the pipciine transpor . ~~ mp - t j a number of decades, the high costs of labor and maintenance in other ; transportation systems have intensified interest in pipelines in rccent years. f i The chief advantage of this type of transportation is the capability of the i I economical utilization of small diameter timber for pulping processes. Since ~ i 1957, the Pulp and Paper Research Institute of Canada (2) has been investigating : the possibility of using hydraulic pipelines to transport wood chips to processing . t I plants. In 1961. Montana State Univcrsity, in cooperation with the Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station of the U.S. Forest Service in Obdcn. : Utah, began extensive investigations into the feasibility of hydraulic transport of wood chips. ; ; One of tbe major factors affecting the feasibility of hydraulic transport is the effect of substances leached from wood chips into the carrier water during the transit period. The leachability of the substances will affect the economic fy asibilit o( wood-chip_pipelines i~ n se reral w gs~),.rea^ s~ibility of usinq_It~c,,,~,,~,,; n.. o . I . ~ 50257 0830
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, Asbest•:inAeuU mwe{k 50257 osaa - -- -Belasiung..und :Bewertung 6/~ II MeAl-80 S . P . ,1r, Dietrich Reimer Verlag F Griepentrog • H. E Hatier • L. Laskus H. G. Moll • H. Uehleke • U. Wosing-Narr ASBESTOS 1.1 THE ENVIROIa2ENT CGERI4AN) Dietrich Reimsr 1'erlag F. Griepentrog, II.E. Hailer, L.'Laskus, H.G. Moll, H. Uehleke, U. Wosing-Narr ... ~.~,,..~a ~-~:... _.. . • ,: O t n 0~in fl 1 0 3 ~6 ~~ .
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SMOKING AND HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ ,,.10 50257 0841 RC 775 . Be 1980 , Tagungsbericht Asbest ASBESTOS ASBES~~,;~ ,Gesundhelts.gefahr.en A_,~ #AeAl&<64 Sc~fiutzr~af3~ah. _rnen~~~ ~r~~''L ~ Ver.wendudgsbeschrdnkungen :,,Ersatzstoffe~ ~'~ /Veranstaltung*des Hauptverbpfndes der gewerblichen „ge rufsgenossenschaften am 6. und 7. Marz 1980 in der Stadthalle Bonn-Bad Godesberg Schriftenreihe des Hauptverbandes der gewerblichen Berufsgenossenschaften e.V. 0 1 0 0 n 0 iJi3 5
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SMOKING & HEALTH/ASBESTOS/OCCUPATIONAL'DISEASES/RADIATION, IONIZING/ CARCINOGENS/CANCER--U. S./EPIDEMIOLOGY/LEUKEMIA/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/ CANCER--CAUSATION-- BY ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS/ RC 261 Ba 1981 COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY 1981 If.l.p g QUANTIFICATION OF ` Edited by ' OCCUPATI ONAL RICHARD PETO University of Oxford ~ ~ CA ER MARVIN SCHNEIDERMAN i t A - Cl ssoc a es ement 0 1(l 0 +i1 0 t ~ 1 4 0 .'~
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I I MeAl -31 S.p. 50257 0840 Q n Q Stahl Eisen 10~ (17) 5 ASL /V1'ilhelm Muller (19 . 81 IsbcOa c ~ Ernke s-besUOiRremsbelagenq z TH YS_S!N, /~ C-, _T_NL-CNiF.r,R Die Substitution von asbesthaltigen Bremsbelagen ist ein Thema, mit dem man sich auch in der Stahlindustrie be- tal3t. Im folgenden wird der Kenntnisstand zu dieser Fra- ge kurz umrissen. Uber die gesundheitsger hrd,enden Ein/liisse von As- best, insbesondere im Bereich von Arbeitspla"tzen, bedarf es keiner Erlauterung. Behordliche Vorschriften, Verof- fentlichungen und Regeln der Technik geben hieruber eingehenden AufschluB. Im Bereich der Anlagentechnik in Huttenwerken ist eine Reihe von Substitutionsstoffen bekannt, deren Eignung inzwischen experimentell nach- ge,vieso wctderj4st. twa 80% des bisherigen Bedarfes an asbesthaltigen Stof en innerhalb eines Huttenwerkes firmen und nicht von firmen durchgefuhrt. ~ : Grund vor, auf asbest: ; verzichten. Bisher an einem B• : Universitat Berlin dur I bestfreien BremsbelaZ Substitution von Asb s Faktor 2 hohere Star i: zahlen auf; das Rei u Obertlachentemperat . ~ Bremsscheibe zeigt eiT Beharrungstemperatu: '~ turen fallt die Reibunf : halten hatte im Betrieb ` Die hohe Streuung der . wirtschaftlich nicht vert
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50257 0826 75 VIII Rel Kogyo Kagaku Zasshi 63, 899-903 (1960) Complete translation S.P. ..., _ .,. - .... .., - - _. ~ Preparation of ammonium nitrite from liquid nitrogen tri- ozide and aqueous a.zunoni•un carbonate solution. I:ir.ichi' • Uchigasaki and IiSto-•Asazio -(Toaoku Univ., Sendai). Kogyo Kagaku Zasshi 63, 599-903(19ti0).-Pure NH,AiO: contb. no XH,\O, was prepd. by reaction of liquid :~;70z F:th aq. wl:.s. Thr iiquid X=O3 was prcpd. by oxidn. of XHr with air over a Pt catalyst at 750°. H NO, in ' the trioxide was removed with I'.Oa as N.O;. Three sct5 of conditions were used: (1) liquid N,O, (NzO, 90-3%. INOS Kii':A'f (pll 7.7-9.0), WG`•rl 10-17%) and 10 5'0 aq. (\H,)_COa (pH 7.7-9.0), atrn. pres- surc,,0 to -1°; (2) 90 ~ liquid N_U, and 10% aq. CO3 satd. with NO gas at 8.3•-18.4 atm. and 0°. 0 to -1° f~r; -'y 1`~~ir'fu3 (3) liquid X:O, satd. with NO at 0° and 252 attn. and 10% aq. (NH,)_CO, satd. with NO at 0' and 6.8~J.7 atm., 0- ~ T,•0 r1 pL, ffl ~ t.fz 10'0 e' El'lu~ 24° The purity of NH.\O6 was: (1) 91--3, (2) 94-5, (3) 92.7-9.9%. Yutaka Aiiyah ua 93,0, (B) 94-r95,o, (C) 1 #1! r. • . M tiiiYi L' h*-rlj:i•751 T?;?'d4eiM Lii _^1=t'J;~ Z0 Z It."',e A 7.7 3x:7 r.t?.L, -ii'4l:I-e e-.i }'Clrz 4lf3Li: . NO. NOs ifx~~li'(ir~7V4:=~}A7Y.rrirr i tit bZi"u~~ KBrO, yd Nl10-NasS:Oa YP1i:c-i 7~, ~~] L'~#f'~a!~~Jt -- /vz=7~:r:ls.ciJ(~ Nf10-IfiSO. . rr . J.... .~ ..-... +...~-. _..-.. .. . . . . . • . 1 ' . . - _ . oi~ooo~~1 2 0
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w._.,...w__~_.. a;. 74 " . . . •,~~ 4 , 50257 0839 XXIII Rc-74 r~,5~`~ b . -- - ' . 731- - - . . 4{, V S ~ - Iron. Age 162, 72-80 (1948) . • . By J. S. SMART. Jr., and A. A. SMITH. Jr. Sspt. of Copper Deralopmtn., •nd General Svpe, . Rc,peclirsly, Re,tarch Dcpt, • ~AmCrican Smelting d Refining Co., • • Ba.bcr. N. J. Playing an important role in the development of the technology of eon- linuous casting is the work done on the Asarco process by American Smelting & Refning Co. in the production of copper and copper base alloys. Certain features of the Asorco machines were originafly deseribed in THE liiON AGF, Feb. 24. 1914. T!: is present crricle, hovicver, represents the first extensive description of the Asarco units and includes the 5rst pkotograpbs of the machines. It is particularly tiraely in viovi of i.ye great -- . .1 - :,- . '71 interest currently centering on continuous casting.
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CxI''dISTRY, ANALYTIC/t•~~TER--~+ST`1 STANDAI`.DS/CIIEMISTRY, I~IORGA?IIC--AI~IALYSIS/ LI.AD/ ~ WATER--AI:ALYSIS /ASIIhSTOS/SULFUR COr1P0UNDS /, iT:RCURY/tdRTALS--pNALYSTS/ZINC/CADMILTt/ °D SULFATES--A`IALYSIS/TRACE ELI;~iL'NTS--AIIALYSIS/FT.IT(fRTDE/ELECTAON MICROSCOPY/0IL SPILLS/ ~ NITRO(:EN-- ZJETER*'INATInN/PF.STICIDES--DETERMINATIO'%/PrSTICIDF.S--RTiSIDiIF.S/TOXICOLOC.Y/ ~ ~ ORl1ANOPIIOSPIiORUS COMPOUNDS/ORC:ANOCIILORINE COi-fPOL'"•IDS/POLYCIILOP.INATF.D BIPIiENYLS/ p CHROMATOGRAPIiIC ANALYSIS/HYDROCARBONS, POLYCYCLIC--DETER1IINATION/ '~ $9~ WATER QUALITY PARAMETERS Am A symposium cosponsored ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 573 1975 by the Canada Centre for Si~vio Barabas, general chairman 17 ~ G , I Inland Waters and the List price $29.50 Analytical Chemistry Division of the Chemical Institute 04 57300G 16 of Canada Burlington, Ontario, Canada, 19-21 November 1973 ~ ~ APAERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS , 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 ~ 1~ %; " ~' , ~.1"1LI ~j} ~0 1 c~In no ~ 0 1 3a .
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50257 0836 VI Re9-77 Kogyo Kayaku 36(6)290-305(1975) RECENT RESEARCHES ON THE HIGH TEMPERATURE KINETICS OF THE FORMATION AND ELIMINATION OF N0x are reviewed. ASahr-' 7,77 L (~ CbSI= 1504=K t•;;, 3000'K ~\`~••/i~jy3~!~^iv: II ;5 \OS v7-111-~Za- •.•~ 'C ~:...ST.~.~_-o•.:TL L.:c•.. :~ :5 77 ~r ~7~ ;; _;; ~Premixed 8ames) .- ; '_ 101 b 0 1 0 n J1
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; 71 ~ X Asbestos { Br i 50257 0852 :xiti3h 5Z:.S ; ~ :'i:a.G:1 U!.i ~..a.•...5:.~.T1 i / (N(1. 1. 197-21' 1971 94 PGg2s ~ :;zita.oh Co:an:.il i.ozi'v*.: i : 0 t~z A n 4 !~ 1 4 6 ,. ~,~
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5025? 0843 • /1 l4,j?i At - 7J S. f ' ~ tn,i'Giill~.~t DoCUill: iluat]oIl on Evaluatiou of ~k;c~ut?aiio~~i:~l Exposure to 11ic•llc~ri'~Lsbcstos AIM= ~ %mmm luint ACGIH-A 1N1! Aerosal Flcr;,nrds Evalwr:icuz Commir'tee ,a,-•, , c"/, Gcrv. X...ae. KY~, - Ati..~ . -t.,, qIt-V. c.s-s-.rt . T6is rer•icw prescals background infortna!ion and literature docuntcn!atian to supIacm,rt lLc "Kccou;mcuJcd Procctlures for Samplin;t :uul C'ountin,; :tsh..tos Fi- b;r.: 1'roccdnri•s for filc Evaluation uf Occupational I:xposurc to Airburnc Asbestus° prcpa:.d by thc joint AC(;i1[-AI11A Acrosol ilaz:trds I-',ralua!ion Cumuiittcc. It rc~:ct~s the nature uf thc inLa!atiun hazsrJ .2ssociateti with asbestos fibers, /hc sainidi:;; and anal}tic ntcthods tshicL have becn used, and a ratiunalc fur thc setectiou of tLe ntentbrane filter sampliab-optical phase nticroscupe identification ansI assay tnct!todolu*, which is rccontntcndcd. o t n o n o 10 1 3 7
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SMOKING AND HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ -0-P 50257_ 084 9 - RC , /~'I ~,v~,~hy vy, 75 Tagungsber~cht J Be Asbest 1980 _ AS B EST 914-SA~?`~ Gesundheitsgefahren Schutzmaf3nahmen Verwendungsbeschrankungen P"' - °~ Ersatzstoffe Veranstaltung des Hauptverb ndes der gewerblichen rufsgenossenschaften am 6. und 7. Ma_rz 1980 in der Stadthalle Bonn-Bad Godesberg Schriftenreihe des Hauptverbandes der gewerblichen Berufsgenossenschaften e.V. 0! n 0 a o 1 0 1 4 3
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76 III Rel_ 5. J. Chem. Eng. Japan 7 3 173-8() 1974 50257 0837 =- ~ iSa~~€~~ b.~r~d~sp0N C~= ~3Es ~f~ ~'ACKED BEDS OF F1NE PART[CLES* 7-P ~ MAUsit:,ASiI,EDIR, Motilo NAKANO AND Rtrozo TOEI Department of Chcnuc•al Enginceriirg, Kyoto University, Kyoto niffasion of gases through packed bcds of particles under uniform total pressure is studied analytically by using thc rigorous kiactic theory of gases t%ith the two-sidcd Mam%cllian vclncity eiseributinn functions and '*taxiticii's transport equation. Attention is paid to the solid parts of the packed bcds, although most invcsli2ators have concentrated on lhe space structures to obtain a pore modcl. With some abhrcvia/inns thc present res+dti are quitc similar to those of l:vans et al., t%hich wrre derived from the macroscopie mutticomponenl diffusion equation by considering the particles as giant molccules. But in thc Knudsen ditTusion region their results arc about 2.4 tiwtcs larger than the authnrs' or the experimental rc-iults. The present treatment is con- sidcred to be more adcquatc and general than that of L•'vans ct at. and others. To obtain ex- perimental confirmation of the analytical results a simple method for measurement of the effective difiusivitics and Qow pcrmcabilities of gases through porous media is proposed by using the Kell- knonn relation, -NAINa=(Mn/MA)'%', which is also dcrised from the present treatment. The expcrimentat results by this method are in relatively good agreement with the analytical ones obtained here. This is perhaps the first direct experimental confirmation of the dependency of the puaa effective diffusivities of gases through porous media on composition. In the ritmtv cas model thw
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50257 0854 RADON/RARIX AIR--POLLUTION--PARTICULATE MATTER/LIGHT/TOXIC CHEMICALS/ CARBON MONOXIDE/PESTICIDES--TOXICOLOGY/ODORS/NOISE/LEAD/RADIATION/CONSUMER PRODUCTS/ AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/ASBESTOS/FORMALDEHYDE/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PUBLIC/ CLEAN YOUR ROOM! A , Compendium Describing a Wide Variety of indoor Pollutants and Their Health Effects, and Containing Sage Advice RA 576 to Both Householders and Statespersons in the Matter of Cleaning Up, , 'C& AND INCLUDING •1982 ED1KtJND G. BROWN JR. Governor A List of Experts Who Know What.They're Talking About ALICE A. LYTLE, Secretary State and Consumer Services Agency AS WELL AS . • , . , A Consumer Clean-Up Kit ~ , (l O ~PL~ETEj W~] I A A Rcxlv C'ht+rt F-•_. -RICHARD B. SPOHN, Director pepartment of Consumer Affair: FnF~r~.-„-.. ~ nn1
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50257 0853 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, A WILEY-INTRRSCIENCE SERIES OF TEXTS ~ MONOGRAPHS/INDUSTRIAL TO%ICOLOGY/ WATEIt--STANDARDS/AIR--PaLLL"TION--STAb'RARDS/ •ASBESTOS/SMORING & HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMORING--HEALTH EFFECT/ INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE--STANDARDS/flIGH-RISR GROUPS/ RA 566 Ca 1978 Methodologica,l Approaches to DerivBng4Environmental ancfQcc pationat Heaith tandards Edward J. Calabrese, Ph.D. Division of Public Health University of Massachusetts Amherst, Massachusetts ^ A Wiley-Interscience Publication JOHN WILEY & SONS Chichester Brisbane Toronto
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50257 0856 RA 576 Co 1974 /AIR--POLLUTION--FLNALYSIS/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC/ OF lJIANUAL METHODS OF SURVEY MEASUREMENTS OF -ASQESwTONBEE;YLLIUM, LJAD, CADMIUM, SELENIUM, AND MERCURY IN STATIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS By: DALE M. COULSON. DANIEL L. HAYNES. MARJORIE K. BALAZS. and MICHAEL Stanford Research Institute AD-787.742 ~ Final Report Covering the Perrod June 29, 1971 through Scptember 30, 1973 Pieparerl lor: THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 27711 Attention: RODNEY MIDGETT METHODS STANDARDIZATION BRANCH P. DOLDEf1 a+woeucea Ay - NATIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATIO;J SERVICE U 5 DepaRment of Co•-e2y sprinEt»ta vA 221u1 0 1 a o n O 1 0 1 S 0
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50257 0845 .. .T . AUSTRALIAN BR3~ADCASTI'~G CO~i~tISSIOC (Sydney, Australia' : 5 6 ~A~BESTQ~ .- ; Au ~-ORT~ AS A •1978 ? ` HEALTH HAZARD ~ Published by ( THE AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CONi1tiISSION 145-153 Elizabeth titreet, Sydney, NSW Postal addrms GPO Box 48 7 Sydne,y 2001 in w;sociation with HODI)EIZ & STOUGII'l'ON (AUSTRALIA) Naticmal Library of Australi.i c:rrd number mnd ItiI3N 0 6-12 975:31 0 " Price $3.25 0 1 n ~ n 0 1~ i3 9
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I 50257 0858 RC 261 Ec 1959 /CANCER--PREVENTION AND CONTP.OL/ CANCER--BLADDER/ cancer /CA.wCER--SKIN/ ASBESTOS/ NICI:EL/ Industrial t~~arcinogens aODERN MONOGRAPHS IN INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE 4 Editor in Chief: ANTIIONY J. LANZA, M.D. Cos+sulting Editor: RICHARD lI. ORR, M.D. By R. E. I:CIiARDT, 3I.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.I'. v Director, Medical Research Division, Esso Research ;uid Engineering Company, Linden, N. J.; Associate (aiiiic•til Professor of Industrial Medicine, New York University, Postgraduate Medical School; Instructor in T1edicine, Cornell University, Medical School GRUNE & STRATTON • i Q 1~ 1 5 2 0 1 n Q n 19;9 NEW YORK AND 1.ONl)U,N _,,
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I 0 ., ,~ - 50257 0850 1. REPORT NO. 2. ~ 7. RECIFIENT9 ACCESSION NO. EPA-600 2-79-210c 1-TITLE ANDSUYTITLfi " S. REPORT OATE December 1979 issuing dat Status Assessment of Toxic ChlmiCals: ASbeato5j ~ FERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 7. AYTMOR{S) PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. T.R. Blackvood, S.R. Archer . FERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADORESS 10. PROGRAM ELEN N NO. Monsanto Research Corp 1AB604 1515 Nichols Road NTRAC/ A N. Dayton, Ohio 45407 68-03-2550 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS O t& TYPE OF REPORT AND FERIOD COVERED Task Final 11/77 - 12/77 R Industrial Environmental Research Lab. - Cinn, 14.SFONSORING AGENCY COOE Office of Research and Development EPA/600/12 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES IERIrCi project leader for this report is Dr. Charles Frank, 513-684-4L81. . 1{. ABSTRA This report'outlines the mining, milling, uses, and health effects of asbestos. Its major applications are in asbestos cement products, floor tiles, electrical equip=ent, brake linings, and flame resistant compositions. Impaired huaan health from industrial exposure to asbestos is well known. Additional information is needed on the effects of low level asbestos concentrations in air and water. Present control technologies, regulations, aqd or sQure s of po ution are reported and areas where information is a ~ f ~ n~sded are ndi ate~ 17 __,-•"X,x
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-L . _....r.._,.-.: 50257 0838 Iron Age 164, ,i:-72 (1949) - 74 XXII I Re-74 -4s~ ;~ohtT~rlUOUS.~S;r sx~ES~-SHEIR. :r.fX.'~v1~'ACTLtU , .~ . ... . ...x , 731 SU:tL\IAli2't Detaits are given covering crucible eoostrnetion, graphite die destgn, and cooling and carttag; teehaiqnes aacd a•Ith the Asarco procoss for eoatiaaoasly ca6tiaR tla bronze alloys. This supplements data prevl- ously published In the Issue of Aog. Za, 1040. Tbe aathors also discuss sizes, tolerances, properties and siapes (Inciading tubular forms) In wbich metal can be cast by the process, and also eite varied uses to which such materlal has been put. Featares,wbich lend the process to production of Job-Iot qaaatities are also noted. . By J• S. SMART, Ji,. % $upf: of Copp.r O.r.lopm.nQ ond { A. A. S.liITll, JR. ~ G.n.rof Supt., Ra.orch p,y_ Am.ricon Sm.ltinq & R.finieg :.L Borb.r, N. J. ~ Since the majority of these processes hF~ been designed to produce large tonnages of sta:.:- ard shapes for further processing, the a~er~_rc consumer of mill products normally expects : obtain his requirements from the huge .arie-_ of fabricated end products that eventually res_r from their use. Indeed, cost relationships L.-n such at the present time that continuous c.zs-.::r.- of the ductile and easily worked metals is raS: properly applied to the initial or intermea::; stages of the mill schedule. ero,rress is to be exnccted from the several large . This situation is greatly altered, however D UItIhG the past few years the technology of continuous casting has advanced so rapidly belond the stage of experimental demonstration that it is now Lrmly established as a primary production agency in the field of metaf processing. Today, the bulk of all alu- minum fabricating shapes, large tonnages of brass extrusion billets and cold rolling slabs, and ImporWnt quantities of magnesium shapes, phos- - phorized cupper billets, and oxygen-free wirebars are pmduced by a variety of processes. Further ~: o fi.0 0 1 fz-:~3 2 ~
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II MeAl -81 S.P. SAMPLING AND VENTILATION CONTROL OF /ASBESTOS`DUST IN A MARINITE• SHOP 0655 -' 50257 Ben F. Carlsson Basil C. Bincl,lcy Alumd, In,-. Aluawa Mill Prua~cts, ln. San Mateo, Calitornie Riverside, Ceiifurnic p, 9s s $'c a&' du4 )w•%-) Tt.e devrlopcient of the Hunter continuous sheet caster for aluwinars in the nid-fiftirs required a new system for transferring the molten metal frcm the holding furnace, controlling accurately the head level and intra- ducing the flowing metal between two water-cooled, rotating, steel rolls. The hszards to employees In handling the asbestos containing 1".arinite• board used fcr the transfer system insulation liner were gradually mini- mized by improved vacuuming, ventilation and use of protective equipmer.t during faGrication. These improvements are described in chronological sequence.. More recently, a limitation of the use of Marinite through substitu- tion has been effective in reducing personal exposure levels. Sampling of individuats is discussed and the results over several ~ n ~earlj F, are'pre"nte• andadef{~ed. , .'.~1.
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I AEROSOLS--PARTICLES--DETERMINATIONA ASAY -4vs -" ~ ~_ 77- 1 ~• «t Ne ke .. . slDCtoGRAPH~c t)w:w ~ r 31/EET NIOSH-78-105 _QO td. 1Nie w.l i.s.ak • ~ 1 1 TlHE USE OF LICHT SCATTERIhG FOR THE DETECTION OF FILTER SA?PLES OF FI$ROUS AEROSOLS ~ 7. A.cAe$s! Paul A A•~rnn Ph r1 n blUsionEofsYhvsical Sciences and En>zineerinQ. National Institute Ui an.iat.oe \.me ad Add.ess • 4 l ~ for Occupational Safety and Health, U.S. Department of Health. Education, and Welfare, Cincinnati, Ohio 45226 12. Spons.c:ej 0rsseirataoa \a..e sd Add FIBROU$-AEROSOLS ASBESTOS ' • SAPE AS ABOVE CANCER I3` S.pPkne.uer \«es The use of light scattering from fibrous dusts has.been Investigated. It has been found tb 50257 0847 S. kcpwt l)ate January 1978 4. a. Hette.-.ej, U.Faw.eauon Nei+ N.. 1a Y.e,ect/Tast. +eA enw .a. 11. Ce.uacc/Graa \e. ~ . Type el Fep... S /'ee.eJ C..ered • (CAS 1332-21-4) • RESEARCN-1978 SAWLING 1• PERSONAL-PROTECTTI'E-EOUIPI`Ur\T AI RBORtiE-COr L1lfI41kTS 16. Aesusets * nts of personal exposures to asbestos and other fibrous dusts. ntal information, as well as a proposed instrument, are presented in the report. The proposed instrument would fill a need in'ihdustrial hygiene to'obt:aia rapid, accurate measu fllutzinate only a sma1L, relativt.ly straight, sectibn of the fiber.• Theoretit•al and eaperi e~lectronically. Curved fibers m:y also be detected bylocusing•the light sourc4 so as to straight fibers have a sufficiently distlncitive scatteYing pattern that may be counted . .. .,_ .~ 5 Q o't QY1 L) 1 4~ 1 N -, s (
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I ECHNICAL REPORT DATA II MeA -80 S,P, 50257 0831 (Please ~cad Inrm.crions on the ~•crse bcJocc compleMrxJ I. REPORT NO. EPA-560/6-79-007 2. 3. RECIPIENT•S ACCES tON NO. PB II 11935; 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE ~ Federal R~is Citatians Pertainutig to the 6. REPORT OATE ril 1979 ~,•„~~~~ of ~$, A ~'`-7" 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE ~ . .. ... . ..a _. 7. AUTHORISI 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPOk Jose:ph J. Breen Elizabeth F. Bryan 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. S tm ~ ' 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO. ~ t. t~ hvX I~2. 1. SPONSORING AG~NCY NAME AND ADORESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COv , Fnvironunental Protection Agency ~ g~ Off1Ce of TOX1C SU}7st3IYXS s 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE . 401 M St., S.W. Washingtron,.; D.C. 20460 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES . i f .., . . . . ~ . 16. ABSTRACT , f asbestos and a:~estos o - ~a~~ _rr~nc~ tt-~ p;~oduction and use us their atten ti an an the adverse health to f rr,.,tn i m ncr materi S CCYttlriuE ^~- ~**> ; ~: P-, annreciation of the scope , 0
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I 50257 0857. FNVIROh"'r`.?TAL z1EALTH/CARBON MONOXIDE/TOXICOLOGY--C0M4tERCIAL PRODUCTSTCOIVSU*SERIS'.KJ PESTICIDES--ENVIROh?tE:1TAL FACTORS/DIELDP,IN/NITROSANIKES/LEAD/DDT/TEP.ATOGENS/ MUTAGENS/ASBESTOS/P.ADIOACTIVE SUT3STANCES/PHOSPIi0R0US COr*.POL'b'DS, 0RGANIC/ SULFUR DIOXIDE /NITROGEN OXIDES/INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY/ . ~. 0 .i 0 1 \1 o n o << 3 1974 : FricdFulm Kortc, Munich and S afety ~ 5,6 0 Environmental Quality ~w~~ Frcdcrkk Cou1ston, Albanr, .~ Y. Global Aspects of Chemistry, Toxicology and Technology as Applied to the Environment . 1974 ' Gcorg Thicmc Publishcrs, Stutt9ut Acadcmic Press, Inc, Ncw York,'.~LY. A Subsidiary of Harcourc Brace jovanovich, PubIishcn i I - lk-."N't
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I 50257 0861 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ASBESTOS/VINYL CA;.OR/BISCHL0R0MMYLEER/BE"JZEhE/ ' ` .:/ACRYLONITRILE/SACCHARIN/,,6~E% ORMONES;FEMALE/.RED,~_YES /2 i f 40/ "/FOOD--DYES/SMOKING AND HEALTFi/TOBACCO =SMORING--HEALTS EFFEC CANCER-CAUSATION BY CHEriICALS/CANCER--CAgSATION BY HORMONES/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY NITROSAMINES/CANCER--CAUSATION BY FOOD ADDITIVES & COLOR/ CANCER-CAUSATION BY DIET/CANCER--CAUSATION BY PESTICIHES/ RC ThP Pnlitics 268 Samuel S. Epstern, M.D. 197s Sierra Club Books /'San Francisco Ep of ~a~~e~-
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I 50257 0863 Hcsith S Safcty Comnitssion II MeAl 80 S.P. GREAT BRITAIN HEALTH & SAFETY COMISSION/ Volume 1 :final report of the advisory cod-nkmittee Volume 2 : Papers pre- i ~' pared for the advisory ~.r 3~ committee London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office
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I ~ 50257 0864 FIBERS--ANALYSIS,; V. 1,2,3/ KERATIN, V.2/CELLULOSE,V.2, 3/ - - ~ POLYMERS & POLYMERIZATION--KINETICS, V. 2/ TS 1449. POLYMERS & POLYMERIZATION=-DEGRADATION, V. 2/TEXTILE FIBERS, V.2 FLAMMABILITY OF TEXTILE MATERIALS, V. 2/COTTON CELLULOSE(STRUCTURE),V."/ Ha COLLAGEN/POLYPEPTIDES, V.3/COLLAGENS AND PROCOLLAGENS, V. 3/ ASBESTOS, V.3/ Vol ume 3 --1979 ~ Applied V, olume 1--1978 FYRRF4. Q-rjjR.NTCr Volume 2 --1979 €.. ACADEMIC PRESS '- " I I ~ 1 ' 11 LONDON NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO: I Edited by F. HAPPEY. School oJPostgraduart Studies in Textile Technology, :. >..m__. Uniccrsity of Bradford Bradford• Yorkshire England 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 otss
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I 50257 0862 -~ ` j 1. Assoc. Publ. AnQI sts, 19 19, 21-30 The Identification of Bulk Asbestos and Monitoring of I I MeAI -81 ~ Airborn`e Fibre. S. P• Part I: Identification D. G. Fo"a AxD G. W. WFnre Muter and Hackman, Kennington, London A review is given of the literature on asbestos identification. Methods currently in use in one laboratory are described, results over a period are analysed, and a discussion is given of typical problems encountered in identification. Asbestos mining began in the late nineteenth century, and by about 1920 enough evidence had accumulated to indicate that exposure to asbestos dust could lead to the frequently terminal lung disease now kliown as asbestosis. The Merewether report of 1930 led to the first oflicial, government acknowledge- ment' of the problem in the Asbestos Regulations 1931. It emerged in the 1960s that exposure to asbestos dust was far more dangerous than had been thought, being $ssociated with asbestosis, bronchial carcinoma and meso- thelioma, and more stringent control measures were set by the Asbestos Regulations 1969. More recently, the Health and Safety Commission set up, in 1976, an Advisory Committee on Asbestos, whose work has resulted in two interim re rts',= and a two-volume final re ort' known as the Sim son reP ort ~ , a~. ~n~i P , P 0 ~~n QaftE} it~7chalrm g ike many recommendations of this report were ~ control limits for exposure to dust of 0-2 fibres/ml for crocidolite. 0-5 fibres/ml
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50257 0867 / I Y\IIMr.w.\ \.M 11111vM11I!1 1!v ! L Iv~/ 1M.M.IIr.4.~wa1\.~~la\.~. 1.1:.1Ww.waNk.ia.J Ia3-1a q c /y / ,.ASBESTOS / 7TRANSPORT OF 1NHALED DUST TO 81 II Re-81 EXTRAPULMONARY SITES/ P F. HoLi Department of Chemisnr, The Unirersit,r, Reading RG6 2AD SUMMARY. A histological study of the lungs of guinea-pigs that inhaled carbon, chrysotile asbestos or crocidolite asbestos dust indicated that dust particles in macrophages move through alveolar walls towards the pleura. After some weeks accumulations of dust-filled macrophages were found near to pulmonary .blood vessels. Macrophages that ingested carbon appeared to be much less mobile than those that ingested asbestos. In section3 from the animals that inhaled asbestos, mac- rophages 'were found that were penetrating the wall of blood vessels, some carrying asbestos fibres. It is probable that some inhaled dust is transferred to extrapulmonary sites by mac- Q i ~ O~ n joph;es in tt& blcpd.
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50257 0848 A.ur. ocewp. fl,vy. Vol. 16. pp. 405-408. Pergamon Press/1'973 Printed in Great Bnuin ` 73 II e- P~TICLES/ S.P. THE EVALUATION OF AIRBORNE. _ASBFS?„gS FIBRES USING A SCANNING ELECTRONMICROSCOPE S. T. BE C1:erT Asbestosis Research Foundation, Institute of Occupational Medicine, Edinburgh 'I"r Abslract-As'oestos tibres sampled on Nuclcpore filters can be directly examincd by scanning electron microscor- in much greater detail than is possible using the conventional optical ,1 ~ mieroseope/membrane filter technique. Results obtained by the two methods for fibres > 5jem ~ in length were in eood agreement. The new technique could facilitate the development of F' automatic counting methods for asbestos fibres. 0 I ~ A ~ 0 10 1 4 2
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i:C C1i^Ct4Tu?:/ cyICYILL/ I'.:ON/ LEAD Cu_f? (~J'::F+S; 26? I.n ' IAJ:C MN0GREu'f?S , 19 ~' 50257 0872 '', CN TfiE Fti'AL:!ATION OF 'ill•i; C0.RCINCCi:NiC RISK OF Ctit"4IC;Ai,S TO W,.'1: Some iliorEani:c and organo;netallic compounds r- ~ a~' Vo 1 uT,e 2 This p.:biication is the outco;ile of the mcet ing of two 1 A?C :Vork ing Groups on the Evaluation of the Carcinogenic Risk of Chemicals to Man, Lyon, 7 00.tober and 29 Nbvembet - 4 llecember 1972 I,iternational Agency f.c,r ReseaYch on Cancer n o t n C..~ 6 o i tl 0
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1 50257 0868 RESEARCH-rMEDICAL/MEDICINE--RESEARCH/ASBESTOS/CANCER--EPIDEMIOLQGY/ . k SMOKING APID HEALTH/ DIRECTORIES--RESEARCH/ twoT 500 =a,..3so Interagency t t 11 c 8tA strMt N. W. rWsNVon OC 20207 ' Regulatory Liaison ~ Group ~ EPIDEMIOLOGY RESEARCH-PROJECTS DIRECTORY ~ REF ~' R T 0 ~ 850 An Indexed Directory of Current Research Project Abstracts In ~.«L... MM..apttn I n Epidemiology and Retated Fields ~ ' 1980 - n ftn.d For As Epideodotoqy Work Group otM. cy Regulatory Liaison Group (IR By IrTrtS i C Volume 1 a-i W_ t_ o ; January 1980 . aw nUa+unoa tM+raot « 0 ~...,o„ ........• r..a .., o.... -.. r a....~..~.... o-.•......
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1, REPORT NO. EP.I"%-450 2-77-030 4. TITLE ANO SUBTITL'c 50257 0860 Standards Support Document: Promulaldted Amendments to the National Emission Standard fo4sbestds <. , . ~ ~ . II MeA, 78 S,P_ 7. AS1TiiUH03) 9 Emission Standards and Engineering Division . PENFGRMING OACA:9iZATiC1N Ni.V= AND ADDHESS Office of-Air Quality Planning and Standards Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 12 SPOI.SORI?AG ACcNCY NA%SZ :.av ADDHicss DAA for Officz of Air Quality Planning and Standards Office of Air and tlaste Management U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research.Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 ,{3 RE'~If ~r , G^~ ~r ly(` ~ ~ y H t7'L11S1 un i t , Ju_ne 1 9 78 S. PERFUfIMING ORGANI2A TION CODE a. PEiiFORMING ORGANIZATION REPOAY NC 10. F'AOGRAM Fi I MENT NO, s 1. COrJTflAC'C/GYIANT No. 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVEREL 14. SPONSORING AGctSCY COOS 200/04 The national emission standard for asbestos is being amended. Scientific ~ information indicates that asbestos exposure can cause cancer and other adv'erse '-" health effects. The amendments will reduce asbestos emissions by requiring that' proper work practices be followed during the renovatian..and dezolition ofi buildings where friable asbestos materials are present and by prchibiting the spray application of asbestos materials which would be friable after drying. A brief discussion' . of the ec(pomic ppd(jrw&fo&e*al0imqact,; Asociated with these amie nd,Ments is included ~ i t I X, in this docurAnt.
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50257 0865 A4 ENVIROMfEt' y~*~ T I . ~ --- ICOLCCY/ -J~ 1 3. Recipient's Accession No- v,1 4. Title and Subticle Industrial Factors Nea1 th _ (A Bibliograab_ 7. Author(s) Elizabe th y ' NTL./P.. -75/800 5. Report Uste Hazards Due to Atmospheric [ October, 1975 wi th Abstracts) Harrison A 9. Performing Organization Name and Address . v A . HEALTd/ POLYVI,IIL Ci-tLORIDE/AtR--POLLUTIOh'--BIBT.IOGR!!PHIES/ A$BESTOS/TOXICOLOGY--BIBLIOGP ~' PHIES /P~' ° TT CIDES 1 ~l . .> .. ;.~: l~ ~ , c _.- .,1,-/.\.: , L :L. ::_ .- / Natonal Technical Information Service 5285 Port Royal Road Springfield, Virginia 22161 12. Sponsoring Otganization Name and Address 15. Supplementary Notes Supersedes NTIS/PS-75/022 S. Performing Organization Rept. No. 10. Project/Task/Worl• Unit No. 1. Conuict/Grant No. 1 3. Type of Report & Period Covered 1970 - June 1975 The bibliography contains abstracts of research reports covering' such tcpics as i~dustrial mE•dicine, occupational diseases, health of miners, and t 1:e toxicol.ogicl factors pf varipus pollutants. S me pollutan=s include~ are tmang~~rfese,,/radon,t-.~silicon dioxide, 4aplosives, asbesros,riplatinum,.Y6a11adium, ~polyvinyl chloride, , nicJqel s- andrvar..adium. (Contains ''.202~+ab~t-~ctl)~7 ~"" "'
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502517 0878 RC 261 Ko 1981 German Cancer Research Institute, Heidelburg, Ger./MAMMAGRAPHY/ Heidelburg--German Cancer Research Institute/ TOBACCO--GERMANY/ VERBAND CIGARETTEINDUSTRIE, FORSCHUNGINSTITUT/CANCER--STOMACH/ FORSCHUNGSRAT RAUCHEN UND GESUNDHEIT/ASBESTOS/!-UNG$--CANCER/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/PESTICIDES--TOXICOLOGY/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY RADIATION/ENVIRON19ENTAL HEALTH/ CANCE R-- CAUSATION/ Egmont R. Koch Krankheit als Industrieprodukt Kiepenheuer & Witsch CANCER t•IORLD, AS A PRODUCT OF INDUSTRY.
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I PESTICIDES/ASBESTOS/METALS/BIOL_OGICAL DATA/ 50257 0866 TECt.'4iCAL REPORT DATA •III MeQ-80 S.P. rpkauMOdrnStruc.. Mv ., rhe nve.s.be,at :~.na. ;. PIfoOAt h0. - - -1Z. EPA-600/1-80-001 iS. RE • ••r e ~~Fnes.w ., . •. t1 TLt ANO iNOttTL~ S. AE. ..•.. -... ~ Chemical Contaainants in honoccupationally Exposed `~`!3'r 1980 _ U.S. Residents 'a''E"`C Cr,emical Conta=inants I Human-Hody Burdens At;Tr+OA(S) Jares W. Hollesan, Michae1 Ryon, and anna S. Ha.==.or.s 9. 0't1WOAM1NG ORGatvnZ,ATION NAAeE ANO AOORESS Information Center Complex, Information Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 12. SrGNSJA#NG AGEtiCr NAME ANO AOORESS Health Effects Research Laboratory Office of Research and Development U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research TrianRle Park, North Carolina 27711 oI ;8. PEqfC M+31ti-Route ?ollutants I Tissue Burdens i '_'oxic Substances I'a• Tox1.cGlog"• ~ 1-aE-7' S .'11 ~.V~Nf"iN .i_.. ~~ . I EPA-7 B-D-?C0205 113. Tvi'E Gv r+eo0RT 4nO MER4OO COVEAEI / 14. So0.SGMfr+G A:,ENCY CCQE ttr FTA 600/11 ~ :
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50257 0870 -• TOBACCO--LAW--FRANf'E/TORACCO-- T.AtJ--FI'JLANi)/ -- CANCER--RLADDER/ASRESTnS/S•1OY.T'v'G ATVD IIEALTH/' TOBACCO--SMOKING -HEALTH EFFF.CT/Fnnp. rARCTNOrENSA FOOD--COLORS--CARCI:IOGE:7S /AFLATOXTNS /PF.STICIBF.S--TOXZCOL(>Gy/ 'O'WORLD HEALTH oRGANIZATION ` V INIERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR INSTPIVT NATIONAL DE LA SANTE ' RESEARCH ON CANCER ET DE LA RECHERCHE MEDICALE RC 267 In 1979 0 EDIrORS W. DAVIS & C. ROSENFELD ;/IARC Scicatifie Publications No. 23 &/LBISERM Symposia serics Volume 74 CARCINOGENIC RISKS STRATEGIES FOR INTERVENTION RISQUES CANCEROGENES STRATI~GIES D'INTERVENTION -JProceedLrgs oja'Symposwm organced by lA RG c.n . Institat Nmionat ae la SaA[i et de la Recherche Medica/e (National Institute ojllealth and Medical Research), held at the International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon. France. 30 November -1 December 1977 IMERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER 0!; tl 6 n.:Q ! fl I 64 . .~----. LYON 1979 v
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~ (,/i6, u/ irnn. OeeUp. II.yit. Vol. 11, pp. 1-6. PerBamon Press 1968. Printcd in Great Britain THE METHOD USED ~BX THE U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE FOR ENUMERATION OF ASBESTOS DUSTS ON MEMBRANE FILTERS " . .c• G. H. EnwnFns and J. R. LYN'CH U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Bureau of Disease Prevention and Environmental Control, National Ceutcr for Urban and Industrial Health, Occupa- tional Health Procram. 1014 Broadway. Cincinnati, Ohio Abstract-Samples of air-horne mineral dusts arc collected by JaH•ing air through cellulose ester membrane titters. t'articlcs srnal'cr than nominal pur.: si•r.e are retained. Varying sanlpling rate and fiiter 1»ldler controls t; e distributiou of dust across the filter face. Samples . are mounted on stai;dard microscope slides using a high viscosity solution of inembranc filter material in a mimure of ditthyl oxalatc and dimcthyl p5:hal:;t<; to rcader the fiiter trar,;parcnt. The niount is stable for ZS-.',0 days, but after this period misration of the dust particles causes a loss of arcal conccn:ration. 'flic erain and fiber dtut particlcs, which lic on the surfacc of thc filter, are cvimted with a phaxe contrast m;croscope, :osimg lUX eye-picc.:s and a 4 rr.m "hiQh-dry" objective. The field area is dclineatcd with a Porton graticute. Count daa arc recordcd in a form atloN711g data reduction snd statiqical :,nalysis by clecrronia computcr. 77ha mzthod, althouich not suitable to &-tcrminc wmpliam:•:.cith thc thresholJ limit valua for asbestos that was devclol>cd from a diZercnt enumcration mcthod, is hichly suiicC Gx dcvekoputl; basic data for a rloie precise recomutcudatiun of the liulit for asbestos. 0 1 n 0
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I 50257 0875 © . _ _ ._.___..._._ 3 p 126 ~ . ~ Mc As B1T6 ML_;19 S PJ? 5OC ~ ~u 3o CMQU 148 ) Protection of Workers from the Risks due to Exposur o Chemical, Physical and Biological Agents at Work: sbestos Comments from the Society on a Proposal for a Second EEC Directive The Society welcomes the opportunity to comment on these documents. Explanatory Memorandum Page 2: First paragraph. The definition of'direct' or 'work' exposure should be extended to cover insulation workers, engineers, demolition workers etc., who work with products containing asbestos. The 'indirect' work situation will thus similarly be increased to cover these activities. Page 5: Subsection 1. Medical surveillance during exposure to asbestos may be justified in order to monitor the effective- ness of environmental control measures. After exposure has ceased, medical surveillance can only be justified if positive methods of treatment are available to assist those who may have developed diseases associated with exposure to asbestos. Page 5: Subsection 5. Information could be refused on the grounds that knowledge was nQt'imRrove~' thereby,p~ that it ~as t(o~ al~t a j~lang~', bJt onLy abciLt a~ossidle risk. he wording should be altered to read 'access by workers etc. Page 3: Article 6: Indent 5. As it stands this is non-specific ! and needs to be expounded to provide more precise require- ments. Page 3: Article 6: Indent 6. Definition of'special measures' is required. Page 4: Article 8. It is essential to establish that thesc ! requirements refer to workplaces where employees ar { expected to work without respiratory protection becaus ~ control measures ensure that exposure levels are containet within the prescribed limits. Where it is foreseen tha ~ activities such as demolition or removal of asbestos insulatin 1 materials will create dust concentrations above the 'limiv, } sampling becomes irrelevant as long as all exposed person i are supplied with and required to use adequate persona ~ protective equipment and clothing. Page 4: Article 8: Subsection 4 requires clarification. Is ~ sampling required on every shift? If so, this is impracticable and the subsection needs to be more closely related to Subsection 5. Pv.. d• A.+irl. R• Cnhc-finn R W. c~ioo.cf thaf rntlnhno r+r
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, t AIR-- POLLUTION/TOBACCO--SMOKE--HYDROCARBONS/ PARTICULATE POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/ASBEST MUTAGENESIS/HYDROCARBONS, POLYNUCLEAR/BENZB(a)PYRENE/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--ORGANIC/ v TOBACCO--SMOKE--PRECURSORS /AEROSOLS / SUI,EtTR'lFf-OXIDE/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY POLYCYCl~~UROCARBONS/ RC POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC 261 ~,, ©,~ ~~ ~+ Ca. H~ DR-OC0-ylli~GIVa7 1979 ThirdVnternationalVSyrnposium on Chemisfiry and Biotogy- Sponsored by Carcinogenesis and fOutagenesis Battelle-Columbus Laboratories Edited by and U. Environmental Protection Agency x ttmann-La Roche, Inc. PETER W. JONES PHILIP LEBER Qattelle Memorial Institute, Corporate Technical Development Environmental Assessment Departmes Tozicologist Environmental Affairs De artment i i P R p ower esearch Inst tute Electr c Palo Alto, California PPG Industries, Inc. ANN ARBOR SCIENCE Rttsburgh, Pennsylvania PUQLISHERS INC P.O. BOX 1425 • ANN ARBOR. MICH.46106 ! 0/ : ~`J.}bU .8 50257 0874 4 .
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50257 0879 o, United States Environmental Protection I I MeAl-H r gency S.P. Research and Developmeni Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Cincinnati OH 45268 EPA-600/S7-81-032 May 1981 P oject Summary , ~ 4\sbestos/Asbestiform ' Research in EPA ORD ; Lisa S. Kohn and Michael R. Taylor This report suramarizes the current effects of the EPA Office of Research and Development laboratories to pro- vide state-ot vide the art ese h > rc and „ - ; i ~yy r~te~oprrent~legafidin~asBfstos and ~1 r asbestos-like minerals. the workplace, or from exposure to contaminants in land, air or water) by the sharing of information and the development of consistent regulatory policy. This report is intended to up- date EPA's Isbnrrtnrv .neo---1. ..-•• N,
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50257 0976 ." I 4 ` ,78 III Ju ; ~ t 0 Identification ofIn sbe~t~5 L Fibers by Microscopical Dispersion Stainine Y. JULIAN and W. C. McCRONE McCrone Associates, Inc., Chicago, Illinois, U.S..l. The Chcrkasov focal screening dispersion staining procedure has been successfully applied to the identification of asbcstos. The various types of asbestos can be differentiated by noting the refractive index of the Carsillc liquid giving matching wavelcngths in the region near 550 nm. It is not necessary to use polarized light although the much more definitive data obtained with polarized light may eventually permit identification of the mine from which each asbestos came. Although too fcwsamplcs of amosite and crocidolitehavebeenstudied, it appears that these two types can be differentiated by dispersion staining. In Cargillc liquid n„°c 1-680 the central stop without polars wi11 show colors in the bluc magenta region (X0=550-650 nm) for amositc and in the golden yellow region (XO=400-500 nm) for croci- dolite. Furthermore, with polarized light crocidolite will show lower pireWngqice'~an~~mositc; in terms of 1,.o difference in a given liquid amositc will sfiow'MG0-190 nm and crocidolite i20-140 nni. Finally, viiue of a.,, is observcd for the vibration direction parallel I _, 1 -..* ^^'M'ndicu'ar to the Y r i
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AIR--POLLUTION/ DUSTS/ASBESTOS4ORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION RC 775 In 1980 /FIBERS/ t'In INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR INSTITUT NATIONAL DE LA SAATE RESEARCH ON CANCER ET DE LA RECHERCHE MEDICALE BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF MINERAL FIBRES EFFETS BIOLOGIQUES DES FIBRES MINERALES EDITOR-IN-CHIEF J.C. WAGNER ,50257 0869 TECHNICAL EDITOR FOR IARC W. DAVIS IARC Scientific Publicacions No. 30 INSERM Symposia Series Volume 92 Volume I: IhTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER OpenfnS Remarks - Dau Physia and Clrcmisery of Asbestos-Pathwup ot LYON 1 Asbewos-Related Disease - Experimental Pat)aloSy (In Viro Studies) Related to Asbestas and Other Mineral Fibrcs- Esperimentil Pathob& (ln Viao Studies) 1990 - . t Related to Asbestas and Other Mineral Fibres Prorrediwp oJe Sy-posiu/n orr.wizrd by IARC, flnuiwr Nariona/ dr /o _ Volume 2: ~ er d~ la Rrrhe.che Mldadr (Narbeel lwrriau of Health ru~d Mrdrco! Rrsr Cbowl and Radiological OMervations on Asbewos-Relaed Pathnlop - E-0idemio)p~ and rhr MRC Pwrrntocoaroris Uiut. Pewarrh. UK, held r dtr /ntrrnariona( .- `. - of Asbrstos-Related Disease - Scientific Basis for Emironmental Control of Fibres - for Rexarch an C.~rn. Lyon. France Geoerd Dneusskx~ on Asbestos - Dust PAysics and Chemistry of Other Mineral Fibres- 25-27 Septeinber 1979 CClinical and Radiological Observations on Mmeral-Fibre-Relned Patholog) - EPide-lo{S' of Goups Exposed to Other Mineral Fibres-General Discussion on Other Mineral Fibres 1 y ~ 1 0 0 0 0 1 t~, t ~ 3
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-- ------ 50257 0882 INHALATION TESTING/ ~ - ` -- - `- PHYSIOLOGICAL MEAS.UREMEJVTSJEXERCISE TESTI_NG/ OCCUPATIONAL D SEASES/LUNGS--DISEASES--DIAGNOSIS/ ~ AIR--POLLUTIO --HEALTH EFFECT/ASBESTOS/COAL/ SILICOSIS/ ; PULMONARY FUNC ION/LUNGS--FUNCTION & FUNCTION TESTS/ RADIOOLOGY. ME ICAL/MEDICINE--CLINICAL/ LUNG BIOLOGY IN HEALTH AND DISEASE yYoQ, jS Executive Editor: Claude Lenfant RC 756 Le 1981 MARCEL DEKKER, INC.r JJ OCCUPATIONAL LUNG DISEASES RESEARCH APPROACHES AND METHODS New York • Basel Edited by Hans Weill TLlane Universify School o/ Medicine New Orleans• Louisiana Margaret Turner-Warwick p Cerdiothorecic Institute Brompton Hospital London. England
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50257 0883 POLYVINYL CHLORIDE/INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE/ENVIROhIMENTAL HEALTH/CANCER--BLADDER/ LEUKENIIA/ASBESTOS/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/POLYVINYL CHLORIDE-TOXICOLOGY/ ,. RA 445 Le 1975 I the newomulUnatnna1 - health hazards papers presented at the icf i~n~ternationai occupational heal:h conference, 28-30 october, 1974, Geneva, Switzerland edited by Charles 1evins©n secretary general :..
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50257 0881 ~ CILIA AND CILIARY MOTION/RESPIRATORY ORGANS/IMMUNITY/INHALATION/ PARTICLE DEPOSITION/LUNGS--INHALED PARTICULATES -- CLEARANCEI ----- AIR--POLLUTION--LUNGS/MACROPHAGES (ALVEOLAR)/ PHAGOCYTES/MACROPHAGES (PULMONARY)/ ASBESTOS/SMOKING AND HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ RC LUNG BIOLOGY IN HEALTH AND DISEASE, V, 5 RESPIRATORY DEFENSE 756 MECHANISMS Le Executive Edttov: Claude Lenfant (IN TlMO PARTS) 1977 arectcr. ansion o7 Lun9 aseases National Institutes ol Hea/fh Bethesda. Maryland PART I JI!- Edited by Joseph D. Brain Harvard University School of Public Health Boston. Massachusetts Donald F. Proctor The Johns Hopkins Unrver;iry Schools of Hygiene and Public Health. and Medicine Baltimore. Maryland Lynne M. Reid Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts ( . 0 1 n 0f il t~r 1or MARCEL DEKKER. INC. NewYork and Basel _.~ ~--z- ---T _ l S J/ ~ 7 "7
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AIR--ANALYSIS/!dATER --ANALYSiS/-PRACE ELEMENTS nETERMI:VATInN/ RQ, '~T*fF.NTAL MO NITnRINC/tJATER---PnLT,TrrInV--%fF:ASURE*IF;NT/ 50257 0877 C1IFXISTRY, ANALYTIC--TFLACE ET.Et•1ENTS/4F.RCSnLS --NF.ASTTRE*11:I~PTS/ASAESTAS/ ' ~1 / ' Held September 20-24, 1976 ' `~1 Methods and Standards for EnvironmentalMeasurement r- ~n , . Proceedings of the 8th Materials Research Symposium AIR--PnLLUTIn:~ --mEASUREN[f:KT/()TtGAVC'tF.TALLIC CCmPCUNfiS/ NB$ SP-461 ; qD SHEET ! y, r1! TITLE AND SUBTITLE S. Pubitcanoo D.u i 7. AUTHOR(S) William H. Kirchhoff, Editor November 1977 I. Per(orming Organi:atioa Code L Per(ormiag Organ. Report No. 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS +10. Project/Task/Wo.k Unit No. NATIONAL 6UREAU OF STANDARDS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE MASHINGTON. D.C. 20234 and Water Measurement. 11. Cootract/Gr.ut No. This book presents the Proceedings of the 8th Materials Research Symposium on "Methods and Standards for Environmental Measurement" held at the National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland, on September 20 through September 24, 1976. The Symposium was sponsored by the NBS Institute for Materials Research in conjunction with the Office of Air The volume contains extended abstracts of the invited and contributed papers in topics of concern at the time of the symposium: Accuracy, the analysis of trace organic compounds in water, multielement analysis, the physical and chemical characterization of aerosols, in situ methods for water analysis, the application of laser technology to atmospheric 6monitoring, ambient air quality monitoring, the chemical O.~ ~IL ~ ch~acVeri~zat3on pf Ynoi~anic and organometallic constituents,
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1 1 I ~ > { • 50257 0880 ...... ~ SMEET NIbSH 4. Title and Subtitle USPHS/NIOSH Membrane Filter Method for Evaluating Airborne v Asbestos Fibers ~/ . 7. AutAor(s) Nelson A. Leidel, Stephen C. Bayer, Ralph D.'Zumwalde, 6 DuSch 9. Petfotmina Utaanizatton Name and Address A. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health 4676 Columbia Parkway Cincinnati, Ohio 45226 1 aiw,7rr *;;, S. Re ort Uate FPebruary 1979 6. Ner(orrernR Orjanization Rcpt. No. NIOSH 79-127 10. Pro1cct/Task%Ybrk Unit No. 11. CouuactiGrant No. 16.Abscracts This report describes the equipment an proce ures for co ecting, mount ng, sizing, and counting asbestos fibers on celleulose ester membrane filters for the evaluation of personal samples or airborne asbestos fibers. Procedures for treating random and systematic errors are presented. These include statistical procedures for determining compliance with asbestos exposure standards. An evaluation of five phase contrast microscopes for asbestos counting is also given. The purpose of the method presented is to determine an employee's exposure to airborne asbestos fibers as referenced in the Federal standard on occupational exposure to asbestos (29 CFR 1910.0001, formerly 29 CFR 1910.93a) and the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) air quality standards (30 CFR 55.5-1(b), 56.5-1(b), 57.5-1(b), and 71.202). The method is used by the National It-ititute for-+Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). .117. Key Words and Document Analysis. 17o. Descriptors ~ L.C47 ~ GGj~.~ c) 0 n0 t 0 1 74
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50257 0871 ` SMOKING AND HEALTH /TOBACCO-- SMOKING--HEALTH F.FFECT/ AS?3ESTOS /' . l.UilGS--CANCER--CAUSATIO?d/ CA*ICER--CAUSATION/ Jnternational Agency for Research on Cancer/World Health Organization/ RC 267 In 1977 IArC I'JOGR11t'f1S ON 1111E v'LV11LU11TIQ•7 OF TIIE CARCIf3om- 7IC RISK OF CHI•_'NIICALS TO MN: AA>bestos Volune 14 V S. ~ ; . ~; 7his publication r.epresents thn views of an ~ IhIC tr'orking Qoq? on the ~ ~ Ev~lua+_ i^n of the Cal-cino7e:1i c lti.sk of Ch`rr.4cal s to Ptan '` ~ whi: h rrct in Lyon, 14-17 D`cerlxr 1976 ' 4 Q i n 4 n-Q to I aE; . . ~~ -- ,~;
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, 50257 0889 MICROSCOPE AND MICROSCOPY/ I qx 211 Mc 1980 THE ASBESTOS PARTICLE ATLAS -r- by WALTER C McCRONE Director McCrone Research Institute t]ticago, illinois ®i ~~ANN ARBOR SCIENCE ~ ., r'UBLISHERSINC THE f3UiTEF'.tORTHU'.OUf ~ P.O. fiox 1425 - ANNARB'JR. IJtcti1aAN +e1os ~ 5-4~- ,a--e , . • I; . ,
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50257 0873 • CAt.CF.R--C0b7CRF.SSES,V.I,II,III,IV,X,XI/CANCI:N---V?P,OLOGY,V.I/I,°:'f;1:`fIA,V.I/ CAt:CER--CAUSATIOa BY RAIIIATIO::,V. 1/CANCER--I;RI:AST,(fluoroscopies),V.I/ p. 1rL. ASBESTOS,V,I7:UTAGEVICITY,V.I!CA::C^R--CAUSATION BY CIIF"IICALS " L/ tt~^P"S `~~iB~i~ ~ 1:CF.R--CO:.'TIIOL,V.II/CAI:CER--PRI:VF.::TTOi; AND CO:JTROL,V.II/CA::C~FR--CE^nVI:~,I%:ZI,IIr ANCER--DI AGaOS I S, V. I I/CAi:C:.' ii--$Ri•.AS 1i:, V. I I/CA'.dCF.a--I:PIDE`tIOLOCy, V. I I I J - CAtiCER--F.SOP".IAGqS,V.III/..CANC'.''s2~-CALISATIOt7 T9Y AIT"T,V.III/ CAPICER--CAUSATIO": IiY L'ITROS.\'fI!iIiS,V.III/CAiiCEP~--•GEOCP.APHIC.AL,V.iII/CANCER--CnL , . /OCCUPaTIO:,'AL IIEALT!i,V.III/CANCER--CAUSATIO:i Y.Y :,E:7ETIC FACTOES,VL'' ~ C 261 CAtiCER--BIOLOGY,V.III/CAVCE2--CELLS,V. III/CI,:ICER--EO\E,V.X ./CA"CT:R•--SfiIN,V. ; / CANC'•Z--CHILDRE:d,V.X./C:11\CET:--TRI:AT',T.?IT,V.X<'/T.U';CS--CA:ICER,X /LIR;(S--CA`ICF.R--YP.I:. 'R--YP.I:.' !fG2IT, V. XI /CA.`CET;--OC.AL, V. XI /CA:lCER--PIiARYV:C, tl . XI /CA*,CER--CH:?irlTjUiRAPY , V. X, XI/ CANCER--BLrtDDER,V.XI/CA.:1Crr--?E:OSTATE,V.XI/S'fO::It:G & IIEALTH,V.II,XI/ TOBACCO--S'10I;I;;G--HEAT.TII EFFECT, V.II,XI/ ' VMCES IIY MEDICAL ONCOLOGY BESEAPQi A.'D IDUCATION AD . rProceedings of the 22th'International Cancer Congress, yBuenos Aires,1978 = In 1979 Generol Editors: A. CANONICO.O. ESTEVFZ, R. CHACON and S. BARG, Buenos Aires Volumes and Editors: ICARCINOGEA'ESIS. Fd+'tor: G. P. Margison II/'CANCER CONTROL Editors: A. Smith andGf.Irares / III :~ EPIDEMIOLOGY. Editor. Iiliian :b. Birch IV Y BIOLOGICAL BASIS FOR C.%NCER DIAGNOSIS. Editor. Margaret Fox X CLLN7CAL CANCER -°ItINCIPAL SITES 1. Editor: S. Kumar XI /CLINICAL CANCER-PRINCIPAL SITES 2. E(itor: P. M. Wilkinson () 1 11 0 r) 0 cJ iiY`j ` b 7 PERGAMON PRESS -vn-'cv • PARIS - FRANI:FURT
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50257 0890 l:SBESTOS/ ~; . MICROSCOPE AND MICROSCOPY/ The PARTICLE ATLAS Edition Two An encyclopedia of techniques for small particle identification Volume VI Electron Optical Atlas and Techniques ann arbor scEencE PUBLiSHERS INC. ;~. ... . r ; P.O. BOX 1425 - ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 48106 I__ Wolter C. McCrone, Editor John A. Brown Ian M. Stewart r *' l : ,~ . 0 i 0 o~ n-•o t n~ R 4
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i 50257 0885 4- /1979) Bull. En.ironm. Coatam. TouooL 23,170-1N Detection and Analysis ohAsbestos In Environmental Samples Collected on Membrane-Filters: A Multiple-Choice Procedure I I. MeA 81 Integrating the LNT, the SEM and the EMP 1 - Danielle Losman S• P• Laborstolre de Olochimle, vnlversit` UDre de Bruxell.s, 60, tve F. RooseveK, 1050 Bruxelles, Belgium Visual methods remain the most adequate methods for detecting particu- late pollutants present in trace amounts. Light microscopy (LM) and electron microscopy (EM) are widely used for this purpose, but none of these techniques gives the complete answer to the problem of the detec- tion and identification of environmental asbestos. In addition to a number of problems inherent to asbestos analysis (BEAMAN & FILE 1976), the specific demands of environmental monitoring in terms of costs and statistical relevance have to be taken into account. LM,which is simple and cheap to use and enables the processing of many samples within a short time, is of no avail for the detection of submicronic fibers, and its analytical possibilities are limited. On the other hand, EM, which provides the resolution and analytical power necessary for full asbestos analysis down to elementary fibrils, is very costly in time and money and cannot but examine reduced fractions of samples. ---- ~ 0 i tl 0 n 11 1 0 A 7 9 "N
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INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE/INDUSTRIAL TOXICOLOGY/TOXIC SUBSTANCES COxTROL ACT/ 50257 0891 _ WATER--POLLUTION/SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT/FEDERAL WATER POLLUTIOfi CONTROL ACT/ASBESTOS/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/LAWS & LEGISLATION/ U, " S , --ZAWS & Z-EGISLATION/ TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL SOURCEBOCK. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEAI,TH/ S EDI70R REF Alexander McRae Q The Center for Compliance Information 123 ' Leslie Whelchel Mc The Center for Compliance Information 1978 CONSULTING EDITOR & Q 123 Mc 1978 Howard Rowland The Rowland Company ~ , , , THE CENTER FOR ~ l ~'"`'q COMPL(ANCE INFORMATION AN ASPEN PUEiLICATION j~ i Otn an() 1 oias X,
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TOBACCO--SMOKI"7G--IiEALTII EFFECT/S?fOKI\G AND HEALT'.I/ LUNGS--CAhTCER/ASBESTOSIS/SP10Y.IhG e }{ABITS--RELItiTQUISIIIIvG/ RA 576 Mi 1979 .--~ Asbestos, -.Voiume..:,1:,,~ Properties, Applications, and Hazards Edited by L. Michaels Institute of Laryngology and Otology, University of London I S. S. Chissick Department of Chemistry. University of London King's College A Wiley-lnterscience Publication JOHN WILEY & SONS • -- - ~--- Chichester • New YorK • tsnsoanc Toronto , ot~ooo~ai~a
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50257 0897 DISEASES, OCCUPATIONAL/ASBESTOS/LUNGS--CANCER--CAUSATION/ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ RA 638 Mo 1980 ccupational ipidemiology Author Richard R. Monson, M.D., Sc.D. ~ Department of Epidemiology ~ Harvard University " School of Public Health ~ Boston, Massachusetts ~ CRC Press, Inc. h ' '1 0 (1 ~ ~ 0 1 9 1 Boca Raton/Florida
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I 0 50257 0898 L ASBESTOS/SLOAN KETTERING CANCER LABORATORY/LAETRILE/ VITAMIN C/ UNORTHODOX THERAPIES/ - RC ~ ~~ 263 t -~.~. RA.LPH W. MOSS Mo : ~ , -1980 i C~.~.ncer S~~ome , 0 t 9 2 . Crove Press, Inc./New York .
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I I i AIR--POLLUTJON--CARCINOGENS/AUTO~tOBILE EXP.AUST GAS/CANCER--GEJGRAPHICAL/ LUNGS--CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY/ASBESTOS/CANCER--EPIDEMIOLOGY/ RC 267 In 1977 WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION i , INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER ~ AIR POLLUTION., .'Proceedings of the Second Hanover AN D CAN C E ~ 1' \ lnternatiaza! Carcinogenrsis 1Lleetin I g , 50257 0896 IN MAN held in hlanover, 22-24 October, 1975 ; EDITORS . U. MOHR D. SCHMAHL L. TOMATIS TECHNICAL EDITOR FOR IARC W.DAVIS 1ARC Scientific Publications No. 16 ~ ~ n 0 IIYI'L•ItNA~IOs~VAL#ACi~NCX FOR iZ1:Sl:A1ZCH ON CANCER . ..nwt .
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73 II Re-75 S.P. -r- p ~ ~ • RICAN LABORATORY, APril, 1974 ~ AI~ By Walter C. McCrone and tan M. Stewart pttal tn New York established his position as the Rachcl Carson of the industrial hygiene world. A series of New Yorker articles at that time was based lareely on Dr. I N t.2AY 1968, Dr. Irving J. Seli- koft of the Mount Sinai Hos- ~ Selikofrs experiences in the study of asbestosis, lung and stomach 1~ cancer, mesothelioma, and other ~~ causes of death related to ex- 1TA~' t/ posure to asbestos. His careful analyses of mortslity of industrial ' workers in known asbestos fiber contaminated areas are convinc- ~, ing ar~ un;ns that asbestos is one of the 'most dcsdly industrial hygiene hazards. - ,D_ .. ~... ~ o°ri6 i~`u followed up by the FDA, Depart- rnent of Labor, and other inter- ested parties, most responsible companies are now doing their best to minimize, if not eliminate, asbestos as a health hazard. The microscopist has an im- portant role in this program to control asbestos as a contaminant in the air we breathe, the fluids we drink, and the food we eat. He must be able to identify asbestos fibers and quantify their size and number. There are problems be- cause there are other fibrous sub- stances confusingly siinii2r to as- bestos, and there are several dif- ferent types of asbestos (1'cRle 1), 50257 0888 rint:ed from: ke ~ v _ r.
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II•Me -8n S.P.S 0 1. RE?ORT NO. s: 50257 0895 3• RECI~IEIJ,'SACCEy;IOIjjVl~ ~ ' ' EPA-600/1-79-028 S ~ 4. TITLE ANO SUBTITI.E/ 5. REPORT DATE EXPOSURE TO vd_SBESTCS;Fi'.C;4 nRIiV'r:ING WATER IN Tt-lE Auaust 1979 issuir.g-d: UNITED STATGJ 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION C 7. AUTMOR(S) James R. Millette, Patrick J. Clark, Michael F. 0. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION F Pansing 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAAtE AND ADDRESu 10. PROGRAM ELfiME VT NO. 6148(d) h I ouse n- 11. CONTRACTiGRAN r NO. 12. SPONSGRING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT ANO PERICC Health Effects Research Laboratory-Cincinnati, Ohio Final 9/1/77-2/1/79 Office of Research and Development 14.SPONSORIhGi.G[NCYGOUE U. S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA/600/10 Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES 16. AaSTRACT Over 1500 asbestos analyses of water supplies in 43 states, Puerto Rico a t~ e }s ~ic o£Co ur~b~a t ere evaluated in order to assess the exposure, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ) the Uttite Q S`~at s p pu at~bii o asbestos in drinking water. It was conclu3e, '" ~• ^47 11 C wArPr cnnsumers are not exposed to concentra
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I t 50257 0905. TQSACCO^TSMOKET*INHALATION/DUST/ASBESTOS/.. X Me -80 S.P.10 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research & Product Development Departments, Science Information Div. INHALED AEROSOLS, DEPOSITION OF, IN LUNGS (COMPUTER LITERATURE SEARCH) - ' August 15, 1980
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50257 0900 AIR--POLLUTION--STANDARDS (Air Quality Standards)/ODORS/VENTILATION/ U. S. ENVIkONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY/ NATIONAL AMBIENT AIR QUALITY STANDARDS (NAA S)/ ! TOBACCO--SMOKING--PUBLIC/FORMALDEHYDE/AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/ RADON/ASBESTOS/NITROGEN OXIDES/CARBON MONOXIDE/ Indoor Pollutants Committee on Indoor Pollutants Board on Toxicology and Environmental Health Hazards Assembly of Life Sciences National Research Councii _ ~ NATIONAL ACADEMY PRESS ,
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79 II Lu 50257 0886 5e2n-1o1 REPORT DOCUMENTATION 1_RCrortT No. PAGE I NSF/RA-780469 TKM t+rd f./Ot~tM Immanochemical Assay forVAsbestos in the Envirnnment, Phase 1: Production of Antibody Toward Asbestos, Final Report, (October L 1977 - March 31. 1978) ~ _ 7. AVANr(s) . R. _Lstkettst- 1- hAwemMg O•Lanmtab.n N.n.. and AdQnst+ Instrumentation Research Technology 7650 Convoy Court P. 0. Box 88817 San Diego, California 92138 ' lZ. st+W~swinf Orc.M:.t-oe N.rn..nd Aaanss ~ ~. N.wtN.n/Ot+.+iM.O Tww~s jlmmunochemical assay 27. Oocun.eet Aw.yas .. ,^..K.fot.s iL Com..ettG~ o. G•.~t(W No. Immunology -- ~c'''~719495 Asbestnc Applied Science and Research Applications (ASRA ~vi:onmental effects 0 National Science Foundation 1800 G Street, N.W. ' Washington, D.C. 20550 This reFort describes initial work toward the development of an immunochemical method for the rtete~ination of asbestos in environmental samples. Such a method will be based on an'ibodies toward asbestos, and the present work indicates success in the pr~,ductia•: cf such antibodies. The method relies on the affinity of antibody to asbes- tos fGe u:, :•:bestos in the environmental sample of concern. The results presented the production of antibody to asbestos has been sciccessfully and this crur.ial reagent is now available for tests which will allo•.v the : s~l~c~i=i~ :;:ci sensitivity of the techni ue to be established. • 0 1 r~ 0 j0 1 a 1 8 ~ ~~, Antibody formation Environmental health -_ ~~~ ~ ~ ~ i Mp~r Oaae ~ April 14, 1978 tz I S. /.Aerrnlng OrR.Mtat~wl Q•pt. No. IRT6209-001 30. t.oi•ctlias./Wor. {Nwt Nw r(u I Ftiwt a M.-o0 c..r.rs
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261 Asbestos. I'_a 50257 0901 -.. . .. . - ~ ,,. .. R C. -~ l.I,.:'s~:~~S.;.iy ~ 1.1-1G.j SlfVt. }Jf r. *!. G• ./•~i'. S. ~`_.~',.G:ai.C G:a~:~y' l;.C.R'd21S~::10I1 J~~?~:C5S~11~ ll"'Fxi.: ;:a. 71,' 1970 <•33 Pvo-es EsrC:~~.C `..r Gai: a
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n.•.. .r~...i ~:1T r.--..I1. (..a..1../ oi 7~~~ f w,11n tV1Y, / \.:. 5~:,. T;t F.LU.'IG:~% 4I°-J-iJi.LU':IC~i~T~ CO~L~ FI LTF,RS AND n I LTF.t.T'I -3 I>> JE'T FLO''~ t . ~ .•, ASSETSiJEN~' OF ~,IR~3O.i1tT.~ P's.T~'~~~I :- Fuztduar: ntals,Ap;.lecutions, and IrnpFicatious to • a1lC~ 0~)iiN•$lC5 ~12QlQt2Qi2 •I oxictt1l TIIOM:tS T. IMERCER - . .::i~~)~.,. } ..... . o,L PAUL E. ,`•IORRONY :Cw York «'k.RN}iC S -17UL'Er. ~ ~- a }'roceeiiiu--,-s 1"sihIic.:tic)n oI'the Z ht!'d ~nc7111C5tf'.1- '{-f~ !C1-Il:aipli:i! CljIifCI'C:~CL on Eiil'1:'1112II1t'-l1t:11 TOXIC{t' 1 , '~' .i rc YWR IJ\ .. . _ Cxnr.L-I-S C Txaaras • PUr.z.IS23z Spri:irirald • lliirt.lis • U.S.A.
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50257 0899 ALRO SOiS--Pi:iM(ii?AI:1' Fi:Ti.'•.~7'IOIr' ~ `r'0: j,ti;'"+_!??1/I::hItSTi IAL IIYGI :1I:/ ];,!STS---IIvI:ALATI0:1/TI\-Ti/1j:ATIO~/ASIsi:STOS/AIP.--POLLUI'IOPI--TOFSACCO/ AIP.--POLLUTIO:,/Al.Lr•.RCr•,Y~5/SILICOSIS/R1;SPIRATOICY ORGA:IS--vISI;ASES/ '; DISI:ASES,OCCUPATIONAL/ENVII'~0N^fENTAL IILALTII/M:ROSOLS ; '- . Clinical Aspects of Inhal;,d Particles'icles '< . . ~;: Editerl Ly D. C F. I1I4ir, PhD hiRCP ~; . ~; Htad aJPhysiology hraach, lnslilure of Oyccc,~aii, r.ul ;1lcdicint, F:dinba llo7:. CONGIlQr11 PII fNciQq, City I/ospital, Edinburg/r F. A. DAVIS COMPANY, P.tii'adelphia -~ ~~ . .~ ~: . ~; . Y• . . 2. . . ~ .~•....-..__........_.._....--._._. ....r.~ ~. . S _.~.... r,.._-r......+-.__.........~.......--.-.- . ~._~-.. .-.-...__ , - r. .•.,..._.- .__• _ _. f..,~. . .... ._ .. . --~ ,~..-._ .... .-..-.-_=_._..~ _.. _ a la 0 0 ' 0 1n 1 9 3 .
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50257 0907 CANCER CAUSATION BY CIIEMICALS/HIGH RISK PvFULATIONS/ASBESTOS/ CA:NCER--CAUSATION--BY ENVIRO'v'2ENTAL FACTOP.S/CANCER--CAUSATION BY rICKEL/ VINYL CHLORIDE/POLYVINYL CHLORIDE/ENVIRON;fEPJTAL HEALTH/MEiALS--TOXICOLOGY/ ALUMINUM/LUNGS--CAI~CER--CAUSATION/. : RC 268 Ne. 1976 OGCUPAi I0NfiL CARCINIOGENES1S ANNA! S OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Volume 271 Edited by Umberto Saffiotti and Joseph K. Wagoner ~ The Ncw York Academy of Sciences f~ NewYDrk, NewYork, 1976 , .
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I CANCER--CAUSATION--BY EhVIR0:V1fE'.QTAL FACTORS/AIR--PnLT.UTION--CANCER/ BENZO (A) PYRE?:E/21ITROCEN OXIDES /[dATER--POLLUTION--?IEALTII EFFECT/ASI3ESTAS/ VINYL CIILORIDE(C14)/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY RADIATION/'tUTACENICITY/ INDUSTR,UL IIYCIF.NE/ WORLD HEALTH OR(;ANIZATION/ INTERNATIONAL AGE:ICY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER/ INSTITONATI0:7AL DE LA SANTE ET DE LA RECHERCHE "•iF.nIC,AT.F. 267 ENVIROMMENTAL POLLUTION 1976 AND vCARCHNCCENIC RISKS Edited by Claude Rosenfeld and Walter DAvis/ POLLUTION DE L'EI~VtRCN ~~E ME i~T ET RtSO.UES CANCE-DCGENIES INSERM SYMPOSIA SERIES Volume 52 v1ARC SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS N913 o t ~0~4 ~ U2 0 0
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50257 0904 ~__~.__.... -- ~LtJAIGS--INHALED PARTICULATES/LUNGS--CANCEE-:/DERYLLIOSIS/ASBESTOS/INHALKTION/ SMOKING AItD HEALT'd/SILICOSIS/ Pi'IEUM/JCONIOSIS/ EIVL°11YSEMA/E_._ TOBACCO--S:fOKING--INHALED PARTICLES, EFFECT ON FATE OF/BRONCHITIS, CHRONIC/ RC 776 Pa 1974 OCCUPATIONAL ~., UNG DIS ORDERS . _* W. RAYMOND PARKES M.D., M.R.C.P., D.LH. Aamwwcuwioris Ala6cv! rae.l. Dtpar-u of Health w«I S.nal Secr.ii.. f.a.ba: f/-.vp Clieical Lecirrer. Gr.I-Uw.otic Ie:rirrtt (Braerpton Husp/ral1. L.rrlow v.& . toiwwd y bGaa.arr Tua.Ea-Mw.wmCr 0.M., FLD.. F.R.C.F. c.~ J~. L..1. ~i . . ~ ~ BUTTERWORTHS ~ ~.
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II MeA -7R S,p, GT,4SS FIrERS/ASSESTnS/T*1STTr,ATTr1rT 50257 0887 so=n•)ot 1 .. , REPaRT C:--U:aEP.iTA7Ii.:': 1_MEPORT NO. Z PB 280 474 PAGE AAI-2383/2389-100-TR-2 Zrdkt and subtitl. I 5- 1976 R~~'De taa~s SrAIL I InM=aN 1& _ asbestos, glass fibvrs, insulaticn, textiles 7. Author(s) w r.....rming Organization Rapt. No. Jeram T. Mddczk, Kitty Dzuck and Diane Neff ~ 1. Performing Organization Name and Address AL1E'.Y??aCh Associates, Inc. 121 North Bro:~d Street Philar3elphia, Pennsylvania 19107 10. Projr.t/Task/Work Unit No. 11. Conlract(C) or Grant(G) No. (C) CP:~C-C-76-0067 (G) 12. Sponsoring Organization Name and Address 13. Type of Report & Period Covered Bureau of Bia*md:i -•31 Science Final Mcniograph U.S. Cons=--r Prodiict Safety Comnissial ,_ Washingtan, D.C. 20207 114. Discusses whetlr...r tne tiazards associated with asbestos fiber inhalaticn are present t:pon inhalaticn of naz-asbestos fibers, particularly in naroccupaticnall situations. D.ta is presented an pertinent chemical and physical properties of thr raw material used to make eadz fiber, }cioan properties and rrorphology of tY-- fini.shed lzrer, uses of the fibers and of their deeri'%,ed products, trade natred products and tt,eir zmufacturers, eccncmic factors to evaluate the extent of possi- thods used to acoess fitrrr types and ble • ti~rds~to ~he,~~ ~,1~ ~JS and regu2aticns relating specifically ~s~ ~d~is . ..',-~~^.^ :nfnrmticn. Evidence o pathoogca eecs flilfft Z
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50257 0892 X Me0-72 Mgd. Jour. Aust. 1(17) (7.972) 1 INHALATION OF- LOW CONCENTRATtONS OF ASf3ESTOS.,:. , ~' . INt:K- uses for asbestos in industry are constantly being found with the result that many workers may be exposed to low concentr:::ion:: of asbestos unknown to them or their doctors. The principal risk of asbestosis is asso- cicted M ith mining the raw material, but sittc^ 19G:, vhen proc'-uctici. :ro:n the Western Austrslian deposits , at Wittenoeut ceased, production of asbestos as a mineral in Australia hbs been insi;nifcant. fiowever, sor.ie degree of hasard may be encountered In iudustries such as lnanufr_cture of a;b-_stos textiles, insulation, pipe covering in shipyards xnd manufacture of asbestos cement sheets. Overall, the u:x of asLestos in Australia has risen by between 5rk and 10,10 per onnr:nn over the past 3 years. It ha s been knuwn for 40 years that the inhalation of Ligh concen:ratious of asbebtos dust tuay lead to pufmor.ary ir,terstitial fiL•ro.,is and mesotbelionta. Only more recently hs; the spectrum of hazard been widened to tnclude c higher prevalence of bronchogenic carcicorna „..,and.l,Icuraf calci; a~iun, ;,nd pos: ibly of pulmonary ,uher- 839-40 33 1rPpCF, or over 6 times the recommended threshold level. The . 101 pipe coverers were matched with 94 controls, and a full medical history was taken, and physical examination and radiological and spirometry studies were made on all. The prevaleuce of asbesto!:is radiologically was assessed by the use of a classification similar to the 7nternational Scheme for the Classification of Radiographic Appe:;rances of Pneumoconiosis (\VIiO- ILO). The tinal diagnosis of asbestosis wa; made on a history of exposure to asbestos dust (the pipe coverers had been employed in the shipyard for an ave-aoe of 17 years), radiological evidence consistent with at least moderately advanced asbestosis (Code 5 and C), as well as clinical evidence (breathle,sness on esertion, basal r1les and finber clubbinZ) and avital capacity of S0r', or less of the predicted value. By these criteria, 11 of the 101 pipe coverers had asbestosis, while only one of the 91, controls had pulmonary fibrosis (du^ to aroclce inhalation). F:videuce of obstructive airways di;ease v•as equally as common in the co::trol!i as in the ri.;,e cuverers. Cigarette smoi:i:rg did not appear to prcdispose the pipe coverers to obstructive airM•a;•$ diwase more than the C~ 7 0 +I b~~? i43 o
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50257 0914 t PRODUCT SAFETY/CONSUMERISM/DP,UGS--LAWS/SCIENCE AND STATE/ AS3ESTOS/ENVIRONMEN'!'AL HEALTH/ . f f ANf011QN OF GuINEA PIGS Marshall S. Shapo ~ THE FREE PRESS .! Division oJMatnmillaa Publi-Uhing Co., l*c. Ntw YOR1t Coqier Alacmillan Publishers IAtiDON 0
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;.> a 50257 0909 J JC~(o~,, _/4'0 (3) 430 LUNGS--DISEASES/ 81 i. I. S a l aadograpw t:~arcic 1 q Calcified Interlobar Pleural Pla es Visceral Pleural Involvement Due t~ stost .. E. Nicholas Sargent, M.D., Jean Spencer Felton, M.D., and Leroy Theodore Barnes, M.D. Visceral pleural Involvement, seen as Interlobar thickening and bilateral calcified plaques in the major Interlobar fiss<res, was observed as a result of exposure to asbestos dust. This is in con- trast to the parietat pleural Involvement seen In most cases. wooc,IIws: Asbestosis. 8[oJ.773 • Ple~ra. Interbbar (Pls~ra, calciricatlon. 8[8).810) Radfolopy 140:634, Septembw 1981 A ,~,w I ~lv ~ J119Cy1S~ terlobar pleural thickening accompanying (1, 4-7), and the new ILO classification of ~ (8) has for the first time included a term (i lobar pleural thickening. While recognitic ~ fissural thickening is possible on a single the x-ray beam is tangential to the surfac, ~ interlobar fissural thickening Is und)ubtt ' lateral view, though It may be confirmed : Solomon and Webster (5) have recei t prevalence of thickened fissures shows : to the duration of the asbestos dust expc i may indicate a reaction to inhaled asbe I absence of other pleural or parenchyma' t 0 1 t~ 0 n o 1 0 20 3
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50257 0912 CANCE~--GENETICS/'.°fUTAGENS/ CANCER--NUTRITION/ CANCER--CONGRESSES/CANCER--CHEMOTHERAPY/CANCER--CAUSATION BY METALS/ CANCER--BRF.AST/CANCER--INTESTINAL/JiF.RYLLIUM CARCINOGENESIS/ASF3ESTOS/; NICKEL COMPOUNDS/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/LUNGS--CANCER/METALS--TOXICITY/ G /ADVANC~S IN XPERIMENTAL MEDICINE & BIOLOGY, (/o 1, 9/ ~ 262 NORGANIC AND - .978~UTRITIONkL ASPECTS OF cANCER troacedinp of the Pirst Coukrence of the Iateroational Aa.ociation of Bioi1arpuie Sdentista, 4M hdd in li Jolla, Califocnia, JaIwary 3-5,1977 PLENUM PRESS • NEW YORK AND LONDON Edited by G. N. Schrauzer Univenlty of C,5fumia .t San Die;o i la Jotl., Glifomia (~fl1JGl ! ~ /' 0 n R 1 0 2 0 6 •;
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II MeAl-79 S. P. (Pk•osc read /nrtntctiuns on thc rcvc•rsc bejorc . cvmptctinx) 68-02-2607 0 ~ ~ 0 N hf1 • 1. REPORT NO. 2. Ct;^3 ~ ~ EPA-450/,2-78-01 ./ ~/4 14. TITLE AND SUDXITLE Sprayed%_s4cstoR-Containing Materials in Buildings: A Cuidance Document 7. AUTHOR(S) Robert N. Sawyer, M.D., Yale University Charles M. Spooner, Ph.D., GCA/Technology Division :1. Pl (ll ()IiMING URGAN1ZATION NAME AND ADDRESS . Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards ~~S,Environmental Protection Agency I Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 5. REPORT DATE J anu ry, 1978 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE (B. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT W OAQPS No. 1.2-094 10. PROGRAtd ELEMENT NO. 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO. 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVEREi DAA for Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Final ~ Office of Air and Waste Management 14.SPONSORING AGENCY CODE U.S. rnvironmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 EPA/200/04 This guidance document summarizes the available inrormation on sprayed asbestos-containing materials in.buildings. It describes actions that may be taken when a building owner knows or suspects that friable asbestos materials are present. Application of sealant coats and removal of asbestos materials are discussed. ~ .~~. o t~ on 0 1, 0 210 4
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a ~ 50257 0973 ------- i~. , CANCER--CAUSATION BY CITEMICALS/POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC CARCINOCENS/ ~ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/LUNCS--CANCER--CAUSATION/Ar1INES--CARCINOGF.NS`/ASBF.STOS/ ~ AIR--POLLUTION--IIEALTII EFFECT/BENZO(A)PYRENE/SI!OKING ANn HEALTH/ ~ TOBACCO--SPiOKIhG--I'.EALTH EFFECT/NITROSO COMPOUNDDS/~~IR~LI`ICM~~,/ i I RC 268 Am 1976 ' 2 C.  ns C ' ~ ;V CHARLES E. SEARLE, Editor Department of Cancer Studies The Medical School The University of Birmingham Biriningham B15 2TJ England ,. I S MOfldQ1Oh p173 AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY p.C, 1976 WASHII NGTON.
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. - 50257 09/1 • C.YCLAMATES/IiTIiYL ALAOIIOL--PNAR*tACOLOGY/FF.EONS--TOXICITY/FLIT(1ROCtA T1BONS/ FP,F•.01`IS see also FLUOROCARBONS/2•TYCOTOXINS/PIITRATES/NITRITES/N1TP,OSA2iIPIES/ I'IsSTICInES--TO?:ICOLOGY/VITr1T4IN A/ AEROSO:.S /:'LL'OROALI:A?dF.S/l`RSENIC/ASEESTOS/ARST:NIC--TO%ICOLOGY & F,IOCHEMISTRY/ IiENZO(a) PYRFNL/CADMIU'II/CAFFEI?1E/CANNAP.IS/CARI;ON PtONOXIDl:/ CARCII30GENS q4 ~1C-r-11~'.A;1SATION/AIR--POLLL'T10h'--CARCIPIOGENS/ • ~.._a-.. .&,cb. Tosikol. 31, :.'?9-3S~J ~1974) ' ® by Springer-Verlag 1974 . 75 II Sc Revicw of the Literature Lv= ScFn.ossrj. 1'hiuc%-iew of t e literature, ahich supplements Vol. 30, includes reports pub- ' Iished in 1973 on toxic activitc, .'.rue side-e(Fects, allergy and addiction. Titles are given in tue langual;e o pubhcation. AIl drugs are listed in alphabetical order under non-proprietary names as approved or proposed by WHO. These substances are so numerous that many of them have been grouped under general medical or chemical descriptions (e.g. anti- eoagulants; hypoglycemic agents; phenothiazines). A not© under the group heading indicates when agents are also listed individually. Plants are given under their ~ botanical names. The review is preceded by a list of the monographs publishcd in 1973. ~ . ~ i Dlonoa aphs t• 0 1 0 00 a 1 0 2o5
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i 0 RA 576 Na 1979 / NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA NRCC ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE ON SCiIENTIFIC CRTIERIA FOR VIRONMENTAL QUALITY EFFECTS OF`/CSBESTOS'.IN THE CANADIAN ENVIRONMENT by Stephen Shugari SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEAVIY METALS AND CERTAIN OTHER ELEMENTS . dy~~ 0 1 0 0 0 0 I 0 2 1 I 50157.09,16 ~~r=y.. ~...r.-.~:..,. •. ~ . a~io ncit-Qriada -..`;= :~ +v>r r.su- .-- . . ' nse~l na~io~iat ~ ~.. A. fiecherches ~/w ( ~a n~ai„~a«~.'-'<.. ~. K~dz •.. . • . ,, , i ... _ .-.. _~~.
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EitrTR,/N MICROSCOPY/ASBESTOS/AIR--POLLUTION--ANALYSIS/SERPENTINE/ 50257 0908 RA 57f° Un _ 1978 TCCkCaCAL REP'CStT DATA ^=s n:d lutnr: r:aer a, tlec iranrr bejal+r TITLE AND SUYTITLE . REPORT DATE L.Rfc10RTNO. 2' PB 284 („~C EPA 600/2-78-038 AJ' T rI23G AIM aPTr?=1.2iG II.ECTWX HaCP.DSCOPH ume 1978 TaGa~S FOR CL~.p+BCT-yFf.izLW AIRE=E ASBESTOS I. PERFORWiNG ORGANIZAT{ON C: .V. Sa-dra, F.C. Bock, C.F. Harvood, and J.D. Stockham . AUTNOR(S) . PERFORiffNG OR.iANIZATIGN NAME AND ADDRESS IT Rssesrch Institute 68-02-2251 12. LP.7?4.G4i1NG AGENCY NAi1E AND ADDRESi aviro~,.a:al S:iences Research Laboratory - fiTP, NC ffice of Research aad Developarznt . S. Envirormeo.tal Protection Agency scarch ZYia:gle Park, N. C. 27711 r."M.r S. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION F :i1 1Q PRUGRAfA ELM NT-N--'F-- 2AD712 BA-14 (FY-77) tI. o F:fi'L9i A . 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD ' E Final Repart 6/75-6/7i _ SPONSOFINa A[iEFiCY CODE ~14 . EPA/600/09 13. 0 report c=ple`xats EPA Report 600/2-77-178 entitled "Electron Microscope ccent of Airborne AsLestos Concentrations - A Provisional Methodology Ha.zu. .- . .. _ _ . o a 0 n 1 0 2 02
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50257 0903 , ~ Asbesto:. . ' 01 _ . ~ 02eesYy, :;aM:II2 S. x rc?r:rt~r.cad nl~istsca of t.3ra 5Lc c:ty ~-. : I ~ ; u I2ui:c...oo , (bJ~ oa..tc:z+l S. O' the pIaatxc~ ~~•uuwt~~ inc. , Yo:k, F«:.~:hol~ 01,'?C:SiGy t296=+1 1 26 cn z. viii, fi1-0 af the ~r ~~iT1C9 of t!-ta r:,nual A cendc;ns~~S0•~ oc4e.cd of tczzc rei:~::urc4c~ F2aatics D(~ ~v/5iot1 ~ 4_ ;; •;c i;:+,;y•;ci;:+,;y of t: a Mt tos;ah:z maiericl, 013 Yt3Cjai'•^vC OZ ti:e V, 0 1 40 nf~ i u i 97
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50257 0884 VINYL CItLORIDE/I7.UOROCARBONS/ARSENIC/ASBESinS/:'REONS/CHEPtICALS--TOXICnT.OGY/ FIRE RETARDANT CHE~~IICALS/POLLUTION--TOXICOLOGY/ 1 PORT NO 2. 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSIOhfNO. EPA-560/7-75-003 -1 & EP .-560/7-75-003-1 ~ TLE AND SUBTITLE S. REPORT DATE December 1975 REF , CURRENT AWARENESS SERVICE FOR TOXZC „SUBSr~1N$,..(CATS) • 6. PERFORMING ORGANS2ATION CODE f-~ Q~,x~ Q Cumulative Report No. 1, Part: 123 1 Li 7HOR(S) S. PERFORMING ORGANIZATIOh REPORT, NO. 1975 ~ C-77355 FtFORM(NG ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS rthur.D. Little.,.Inc. .._z SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. ;Acorn Park 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO. 'Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140 68-01-2694 13. TYPE OF RE ORT AND PERIOD COVERED Office of Toxfc Substances Annual Cumulative ,E-..S,~nvironmental Protection Agency ~.... 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE 1This cumulative report contai'ns zb current awareness docume,its prepor.:d biwce1:1y ~ from 26 August 1974 through 11 August 1975, during the first year of a two year fproject. The purpose of this project was to provide the Office of Toxic , Subs ances (OTS), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency with information on new uses~f LxiotiQ cGemfiallpritiucks 7nd&ith information of obvious potential rnne-Prn for both new and existing chemical products.
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llkl. _.., 50257.0915 t1CCLPATIO:+AL SAiET1' AtiI? ACi/SArclr1C t;tILESJ AS.°,ESTis~f ' LAWS [•11`:) POLZL'I'I0'•ti--i;(?iS£/ ~~aF'C;1 ;;Qf;CXILL/DtA~\AGE r;;;I--Pi.r~;~r'ItiCiS?.FZT'. SL^,'iKVISICI./TC:uC Si.'$STANCL•S/ . ' How To th.,el, ~ 'Y T ~-~+ ~ r-A 'r 'r 4 . ~ ~ ~ `s.! s. 1 J Z VV oric li-, ej r .'iandix.poic af tlze W . ;tl~~rti+Sccirer Occtxpar.ior,al Saicty and Health Adminwtvation -.~ DAVID R. SHOWAL'IER i PrKidcnt i 1 Human RL-jcurccs Lonscrv;ncv i Tacc~rna. Z~/:~,hin_,ccn ~ l2~an i~rbor sL;~szc~ rvsLISr,EaS INa;. 'P.O. BOX 1425 . A`N ARBQR, M,CHIGAN <8"OS i ~ , y Q f 0 0 t7 0/ J 2 0 9
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I i ~ ' i 50257 .0920 t t1Shc"Of':l1g7 fV.Iy. • i T~? Ullmann, h ritz, 1S~ 5- ~ o En: yklopadie der technischen Chemie. ^3., vollib neu ge- ; ; U st.altcte Autl. in Gcrr.einschaft mit S. 's3alke tet a1.1 hrsg. von vYilhelm Foe:st. LS~r.cI:en,l7rb;~n S Schaarzenlrrr;,13~1~.; _ ~ v. illus., dtagrs. 28 cm. CoxzExzs. L Bd. Chemischer Apparatebau und Verfahrenstechnik. helm, 1895.- -ed. in. Titie. TP9.U-614 ~ Lihrary of Cone ess J t53g.. 0 1 0 0'0 0 1 1) 2 1 4 1. Cbemistrp,'Techntcal-Dietinnaries--German. z Foerst, Nil- 52--25376
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50257 0917 ! II MeAI-81 S. P. United States Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory Research Triangle Park NC 27711 Research and Development EPA-600/S2-80-200 May 1981 • .. ~~ Proiect Summary _ F asibility Study for an " sbestow Aerosol Monitor Catherine H. Skintik This research project was initiated to determine the feasibility of discrim- inating and coyinting asbestos-fiber aerosol particies by means of their shapes, using a o-de a#rosc~ coia'nte~Th` as mmet~ry optical 3 - prototype was designed, constructed. tested, modified, and retested. The feasibility of counting fibers by means of their optical diffraction patterns, using two detectors, was demon- strated. In the latest version of the 0 1._ fl~0 their optical diffraction patterns dis- de~«. ~e aerosai fibers were aiigned tinguishes fibers from other more " r.n.Jnre
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LUNr,S--CANCER/.ASBESTOS/LAWS _& LE6ISLATION/ -- _ - --- -- --•- - . _ De - t f J tio U S t ---- -- par aea o e us . . r - -~ Iand aad Natural Resonrces Divisoa ~~ P 8 8 2-13 0 b42 . . • e The Attorney Gnera1's Asbestos 1LiabilitYReport ,Pursuant to Section 8 (b) of the Asbestos School Hazard Detection xi Control Act of 1980 i ffnmcID~ to the Con~~s . ; NAnoNAL TECHNICAL ' INFORMATION SERVICE {LS OEPARTMENT Of CpMNERCE - iPWMCflF1A, VA. 22161 September 21, 1981 oi o a n d 1 0 z 1 s
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AIR--POLLUTION--1IEALTH EFFECT/ SILZCON-DIOXIDE/, BEN Z (a)PYRENE/ so272 •,o) t2Ef•CnT D.?:,UhSENi::ftUiJ ~ t~nrrc : r t:O. 2. fAGE tIIQSiI 77-5G-4b7 -~~ --' _~ _~._ _ . . . _--- <. T.tie ao'. ruMalt fE=.LTH }L17.A:v7 EVALUATION D}:TrF^lII:ATIO`: I~Oh'2s-,L•'.:.IJILhE PROa;:C^S CORPOPe~TIOV • t'I1 iS&_k.^,, ~yi.IL'L:.:'.T~_. _ ~ 7. Autt.or(a) . . •. , r:clv'_n T_ Ckawa ai-ld Arvin_G._Agol - I 9. P..forn.in= OrZsm=auo- Nam& and Addnss :3ationzl Institute for Occupational Safety and Health 4676 Cuiulti;ia Parkway Cincinnati, Ohio 45226 ' 12. SponaoNnr Orsaniralion hame and Address , . '. Natior.al In:titute for Occupational Safety and Health... 4676 Colu;::nia harkway , 50257 0902 ~=:ASRVESTAS/ . ~ F'_B _29 "657 S. R.port Lst. _.Feb_ u3:~19J~ ~ . • ti. Perf4rm•ng Orsani:ation Rept. No. _ 10. Pro~a/T.ar/WCrk Umt Na i). t:onu.~trc) or c:anttc) r+o. (a (c) . r. 13. Ty(.e ol R.port L Perod Con.ntd _ j- -- Cincinnati O~tio 45 ~2u ~. . . _ ___.._ . ... . ...• . ....----- ---- !t: iGstract (lin,rt 200 ro.da) An inva.st.lqatlo.ls was made to determine :rhether S1.L•roLs c'jlass. used in the production of asphalt shinglas is toxic in the concentr•ations usea. For p::rloses of completcness. environ, •-,ntal evaluation:; of t:orl:er exposure to so:^c of the other mater.ialf in the %:or};til:,ce such rt:: usbestos cr}-stjlline silica for:rildcahyde a;u: r,sPhalt (per.roic•ta) wr:re :.lzde. The met}:rd:: for the uvaluation of the work e:r.viaon:l.nt vuzi.!cl dependiny u_»n the su}3stance keing,•sar.lpl(:d. No nc3icrtl im•Cstir,ation was madc. L7~;,]<•;'•:a s wo=};ir.c7 ia and around t}.e shinglt: a:a)wfacturin•3 line are not exposed to excessive levels of fiL_•ous glass. The slateman is exposed to potentially t.oxic Ievc:l:: of du:;t co::t:a inir:? crystr.:lin+: ic •~•~~ ~•c te_ n. hc~. at ~I,y r~re c~x os~~d to ~ot•.en.ially l:ic,h levels of CT ~' (7"'~ (!'- ~' ~ rF ~ :~ /" g.. 'i5ir P I ' benz OPyre:)e. 13ap1oyeL.s c~:,~o :ures to asphalt fu-ie . could not be a•?c~qu,:tcly c'r., ractcrizc•
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i CANCER--CAUSATION--BY E*]VIRONMENTAL FACTORS/ 50257 0919 • C[iEAtIChLS--TOXICOLOf:Y/TOXIC SU33SYANCES/POLLUTION CONTROL/w2s"M TOBACCO--SMOKING--HF.ALTH EFFGCT/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ bISEASES--CAUSES A~ND•,TH ORIES OF CAUSATION/N'LCOTINE--PTlA •t OCY/NOISE/ POLLUTION=-NOISE/AIR--P~LLUTIOt1/ -w -vr T .f'1. Ti -% I 445 St 1973 i ' F Jeanne M. Stellman, Ph.D. - Susan M. Daum, M.D. With Contributions by James L. Weeks, bs.s. Steven D. SteilIDan, F H.D. Michael E. Green, pH.D. : IS DANGER4US To YOUR lirEALTH . A Handbook of Health Hazards in the Workplace and What You Can Do About Them VINTAGE BOOKS A Division of Random House. New York , I a
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~---_ _ - 50257 0918 :6• • . /ASBESTOS/TALC/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/SMOKING AND HEALTH LUNGS-CANCER-CAUSATION /BERYLLIUM/ % I R RA 576 So ~ 1979 SroM'orc d Ly: V/`_ACICtY for C:G'!1a3t/OfWt 2rid Ci:Y1TGr:.:C: tntF•t~::::rT n:S.: ~ ; -mdY',.•ith:,dm:pi•z:rticn y U. S. Ds,,;:r:-t:nt cf L:, :or I 1 rE . EddCd by: RiCHAR!: LFf i:N University of ICdncis. School of Put>:ic liea:th, Chr.:ago IL 50680 PA71:aTOk PIOULtStiER5,1H3C. JOiiP! R1. rJiZ:'••CcP1T rik.UOAOSTp.iET UTUVe:sFt: of North Cia7011aa1, $Cho0l of P+uW rau :rsourKaLrM • PuWic Health, Ch3p--l Hill, NC 27514 6wMUSS _ 1979 8 0 ! n oa 0 '1 0 2 1 2
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50257:0925 ~- DIOXIN/AIR--POLLUTION/ASBESTOS/METALS--TOXICOLOGY/., WATER--POLLUTION/ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING/ , , U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research & Dev., 78 I Un-80 EPA 600/9-80-005, January, 1980 RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS 1979 and Recovery Act 57 Water Quality 66 Three Mile Island Emergencies/Assistance 5 Coastal Environment 72 Energy 14 Chesapeake Bay 77 Acid Rain 26 Wastewater 79 Clean Air Monitoring 30 Information Transfer 88 Non-Ionizing Radiation 38 ORD Program Expands 92 Toxics 40 ORD Resources 97 Analytic Techniques 53 The People 99 Resource Conservation 0 1 0 0 ta 0 1 0 2 ! 9
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RA 576 Un M 1978 I so2v: 0924, Proceedings oi vIori;shop onti _s-hes Definitions and Measurement Methods Proceedings of a Workshop on Asbestos held at 2! 10~" .~-r thic:~ the National Bl'rcau of Standards, ~ Gaithcrsburg, Maryland, July 18-20, 1977 Edited by C. C. Gravatt, Philip D. LaFleur, and Kurt F. J. Heinrich Nat;anal Measurement Laboratory National Burcau of Standards Washington, D.C. 20234 `' I . 01 0 Q Ci G 10 2 1
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50257 0923 U. S. CONGRESS, 94th,2nd.sess.,HOUSE OF REPRESENTATItlES, COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN C0:`'EIERCE, SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATIONS CANCER--CAUSATIJN--BY ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/ NITROSAMINES/ASBESTGS/CANCF.R--CAUSATION BY NITROSAMINF.S/ASBESTOS/ U. S. NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR OCIIUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH/ RC 261 ENVIRONMENTAL CAUSES OF CANCER Un. . 1977 -HEARINGS , . . -:. . BEFORE THII MAY 28 AND SEPTEJiBER'20, 1>~6 ~~.~.:,. .. .. _ . . SUBCOMMITTEE ON . • oF TSn Serial No. 94-141 0 a o COME2VrEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE II,OU~E : O + REPRESENTAT~.VES NIN~T -FOURTII CONGRESS SECOND SESSION OArEtSIGHT 'AND INVESTIGATIONS .
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