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50331 0003 dWAKla`+*1+iD1tEST- FERiOI3ICAL-,441QLDI4GSc•
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; 50331 0004 - ~ QIC 787 Nuclear reactors for industry and universities. Pitts- y bur9h, Instruments 1'ub. Co. ~1J51t ~ f)1 p. tllus. 21 cm. 1. Nuclear reactors. _t QC'rs-mv`& 0 *a3J.73 541.2 54-4793 Z Library of Congress 155f5l 1 7
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50331 0002 \ y~~,!; e^,e. PB°.!(lili.ChLS itiu~+ LI B^UI:Y. . Senti:r,ber 1961 3 p. C,. n.. o .-!l - n._oI 9.. - I.s
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50331 0007 . i . • V I Ta3 ='fT r i .,Wa hilip Morris, New York, N. Y., U. S.) _ A REVIEW OF PUBLISHED AND UNPUBLISHED STUDIES CARRIED OUT AT PHILIP MORRIS, INVOLVING THE USE OF RADIO ISOTOPES IN CIGARETTE RESEARCH. *(Neue Radiochemische Untersuchunge von Cigaretten.)* - Tabak Kolloquium, paper, 21 p. (June 6-10, 1977) (in German) 2 n ..Y.._. , RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI Ta3-77
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MEDICINE--DICTIONARIES/DICTIOI~TARIES--MEDICINE/ RQEF THE FABER 11975a MEDICAL DICTIONARY edited by ..S.IR,._CECIL : W_AKELEY; ' Bt. now revised by J. G. BATE, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.Path. J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY Philadelphia Toronto 0 c, R tl tt (') 0 1 9 2 f)
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50331 00U8 ' IX Un -77 • 2 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET IX Un2 77 s.p. S.P. Wakehatrt,' H! - (Philip Morris, Inc., New York, N. Y., U. S.) SALES WEIGHTED AVERAGE "TAR" DELIVERIES OF U. S. CIGARETTES FROM 1957 TO PRESENT. - Chart. , Morris, Philip (Wakeham, H.) Private Comumunication (1976) (in English) ' . .t_. •. n..-__.. • -C t.t....l...S....... til..1...... V.....•... f% .,....,... ~ ~. .. .b ..........~, » ... .~, .. .,_ .._~.. ..-r- -•- -----o~ ..... -.. ------s ;~ No. 3., Geneva, Switz., Apr. 12-16, 1976 Report i * "' * tuent. Keywords: tar, smoke, const The attached curves are private couIInunications.by Dr. Wakehasa of Philip Morris to the International Union Against Cancer and Dr. Wynder. V t7 ;) n ~~ ~l U 1 7 r ' j . a• I
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50331 0(310 76 XI Re-78 S•p• " RJR CLASS P,O. P!L'1PHLET 76 XI Re-73 s.p. ~'r~ .~3`, ~~ (~Piiilip f;orris, fichinond, Va., U.S.) DR. fiCLt•,UT I:AKEHAhi OF PHILIP ti(?RRIS, P.IC{'t'0"JD, VA., GIVES SCIE';TIFIC LECTURE AT CEtdTRAL UNIVEf:SITY OF VEf1EZUELA I?: CARACAS O~d TNE "CCtlTROL" OF TAR AtID PIICOTIttE IIi CIGARETTES AND St:OY.E CilEi'ISTRY RESEARCH AT P1IILIP MORRIS. *(Tecriicas de Control de Nicotina y Alquitran en los Cigatillos.)* Helrrut Wakeham (Philip tlorris), news release, Caracas, Venezuela (Mar. 1978) - in Spanish *Abstr. in: Universal 1978, n.p. (,Mar. 19, 1978) and Panora;ia 1973, n.p. (;1ar. 19, 1978)* *Y,eyvords:* ~ticotine, smoke, Mlstituent; tar, smoke, constituent. 1 Q~0 0 0 n 0 ! 9 02 3
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' ' m' thor. Vicl:ery, H. B. C1iFwiICAL Ii,Vi ;'TIGATIuriS OF T V. Chunces that occur dtu inG growth, lr,~ Vickery, GeorCe T•l, 1'ucher, Charles S. Leaven- worth and Alfred J. l•Iakeraan, New Haven, Connecticut Agricultural a-nerir,,ent Station, 1935. p. 5 57-620. 23rm. Bull. 374.
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50331 0005 75 X Kn t TOSA(C^•O--ShOKItiG--PSYCEIOLOCY/S*10KIN(: NAF,ITS--DOCTOF.S/ _- SMOKItdG NABITS--GP.EAT ,t~RiTAIN/ LjA CLASS NO. Pe1ACt'HLET 75-3 iini Knop:, (Univ. Hosp. S. Manchester, Dep..Soc. Res.', Manchester, Gt. L'rit.; Christie Hosp., Holt Radium. .Iiist., Manchester,.Gt. Brit.) EFFECT OF MEDICAL EDUCATION 0:; SMOKING BEHAVIOUP.. Brit. Jour. Prev. Soc. Med. 28, 246-51 (1974) (in English) *1975, No. 5, W 1443* *d* Tobacco medicine:
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10331 0011 76 XI Re-78 S.P. PJR CLASS NO. PAIiPHLET 76 XI Re-13 s.p. ~ , t•'akehan. !I. ~ (Philip t.orris, F:ichmond, Va., U.S.) ~ SC1E`lTIFIC LECTttRE"-Al'~CCNTIZAC"tfr#fVERSITIr` OF' VEfr'EZ(?~L11''t~~ CARP,CAS n;~ TNE' "COPlTR()L-~OF TAR A';f)' <AlICOT•I!'J&>ItI-, CIGAR€T7ESyA,^10- St10KE..CI;",I5,RY FE5,~P1RCki.-.AT.PNILIP P(ORRIS'. *(Tecnicas de Control do Nicotina y Alquitran en los Ciqatillos.)* Helmut 4-lakeham (Philip Morris), news release, Caracas, Venezuela (hiar. 1978) - in Spanish *Abstr. in: Universal 1978, n.p. (Mar. 19, 1978) and Panorara 1973, n.p. (;1ar. 19, .1978)* *Key%•:ords:* "licotine, smoke, constituent; tar, sr7oke, constituent.
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50331 0023 QR 82 u 'wMa-TUMM,`• Guido to the classification and identification of the actina mycetes and their antibiotics, by Selman A. Waksman and Hubert A. Lechevalier. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1953. vll, 240 p. 24 cm. Bibliography: p. 237-239. 1. Actinomycea. 2. Antlbiot(csm x. Lechevalier, Iiubert A., jolnt author. QR82.A35W3 589.953 53-11919 Library of Congress t153 ,~_ tl ~ n`_ a CS ! y~ 6
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~ 50331 0026 1198 -/,Z o S' Bulletin of the JS:~1E, Vol. 24, -No. 193, July 1981 _ 81 III Wal 621.436.068 An Experimental Study on theltxhaust Smoke of a iesel Engine with Variable Angle Swirler*1 / Paper No. 193-14 by ~~~', Shinsuke ONO*' Hiroyuki KIDD*` and Koji TAKASAKI*S To clarify in more details the effect of swirl on the engine per- formance, a continuous alteration of swirl characteristics was made during the operation of engine by making use of the "variable angle swirler" installed around the scavenging ports of a uniflow scavenging engine. On the basis of the results obtained from the steady flow measurements in the cylinder, the effect of the swirl was mainly dis- cussed in relation to the fuel distribution characteristics by in- specting it through the fuel consumption and the exhaust smoke. As the result of experiments, the difference between the optimum swirls for the exhaust smoke and for the fuel consumption, the relation between the geometrical configuration of injection jets and the swirling motion of"air, the effects of the load and the shape of the combustion chamber on the optimum swirl, etc. were clarified. 11 0;') a o 0-4 0 1 9 3 9
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50331 0029 FOOD--TA NUTRITIO INTERNAT TASTE PR QP 141 Wa 1981 TE-TESTING/TASTE--PSYCHOLOGICAL PRINCIPLE/SENSORY EVALUATION/ --CONGRESSES/EVOLUTION (HUMAN)/FOOD PREFERENCES/ ONAL ORGANIZATION FOR THE STUDY OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT/ FERENCES--ONTOGENESIS~GENETICS--BEHAVIORAL/DIET & DISEASE/ Food, Nutntion and Evolution Food as an Environmental Factor in the Genesis of Human Variability Edited by WR, M. D. Professor Emeritus The College of Human Development The Pennsylvania State University University Park, Pennsylvania Currently The Indiana State Board of Health (nd ia na polis. In d ia na NORMAN KRETCHMER, M.D., Ph.D. Director. The Natlonal Institute otChild Health and Human Development Dethesda. Maryland 6 0 6 WM%SSON I}ub?shin~ USA, Inc. New York 0 Paris 0 Barcelona 0 Mi1a • Mexico Citv . Rio de lanPirr, e
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50331 0014 VI .1. Vi Vicl:ery, I-I, B, C'ri"1ilC:LI, liNE:YiIGA'?'IOIIS OF Tii]; ;013°.CCO rLti_i, VIII. The effect upoin tho cor.irx)sition of tl,e Tobacco plant of the foi:n in which :litro~~n is sup; J.ied, U-- H, B. Vickery, George i•l. Nzcher, Alfred J. blakeman and Charles S. Leavo:iwortn, New Haven, Connecticut Agricultural R,::')erinent Sta., 1940. p. 65-119. 23 cLn. () Bull. 442. E? b.r3 (~ ~ ~~ u l.~.? 7.
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COMPUTERS--PROGRAMMING/MINICOMPUTERS/ QA Wa 1981 2 C. MICROCOMPUYER ARCHITECTURE AND PROGRIlMMIf.G . ~.1w 4~~ Stanford University JOHN WILEY & SONS, New York • Chichester • Brisbane • Toronto . All
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50331 0035 a 73 IX Gr2-81 NV; Doll, R. ; Copeland, G. A A5WW tICRF Cancer Epidemiol. Clin. Trials Unit, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, Gt. Brit.) TRENDS IN TAR, NICOTINE, AND CARBON MONOXIDE YIELDS OF UK CIGARETTES MANUFACTURED SINCE 1934. British Med. Jour. 282, No. 6266, 763-65 (Mar. 7, 1981) (in English) *Keywords:* carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent; tar, smoke, constituent. The tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide yields of cigarettes manufacutred in the United Kingdom between 1934 and 1979 were studied. Over this period the average tar yield decreased by 49%, the nicotine yield by 31%, the carbon monoxide yield by 11%, all estimated on a sales-weighted basis....
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50331 0021 r. --- ~"' ~ braham,~1SS~,.~ Tlie actinom~ cetes: their nature, occurrence, activities, an~i Qit importance. 11'altham, Mass., Clu•onica. 13ot.znice. Co., 1950. C-01+ xviii, 230 p. tlius. 24 cm. (Annales cryptogamici ct pbytopatLo- ~l 1os1el, v. 0) Bibliography: p. 113Ji-221. 1. Actinomyces. i. Title. (Series) QIi604.1I C~ 589.953 50-$045 Library of Congress . _ i201 . • o• 0 0 n-o Q I ~ ti 4
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50331 0024 -- - - .. ......_..•... _ - - QR ~Y raltara;~1888~e ~ 111 Soil microbiology. New 1 ork,.)Viley t1J5'?l W 350 p. Illus. 24 cm. Based on the author's two previous volumes, Principles of soil microbiology and The soil and the microbe. Includes bibliography. 1. Soil micro-organisms. i. Title. (Z.IZ111.11'la j J~ 031.46 52-0905 ~ Library of Congress ~ t;3q101 a S 0 CI 0.. G. ..1. .9 :4 7 :. .• . .,
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50331 0030 QP 141 Wa 1973 / ~ . s"`~ - -- - ~ : OI I.ul. I1Vrnu; INrw 1 uik. \cw 1oi,. 0 h 0 n n~ 0 ~4 3 1~11CNAEt~1YA1CZAtd;'~;~j'~~1 RICHARD P HUEI2.Eft ~ .a ~zP b:4- 117 D [ .`M V.a~1+rf 0! U Yc (r-SG.i Editcd [3v . 11 , Sclcctcd l,ahcrs and discussions froii) thc 13111 ~lnnual Symposiiini of tlic fntcrn:,ti0nal CollCt:e of Applicd I~'utritiun, 1'asadc»~, Califurr~ia. ;. ~. l'OIt.1'1'If)\ 100 1(, und I .ondrw a
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Trials 50331 0034 73 X t.*al lOBACCO--Sl:OKIN~--:~EP.LTiI F.FFI:CT~ T03~,^,C0 --S11C::i--Cl:^TiC?~ Staith, P. G..- RJR CLASS NO. (i2adcliffe, Infirmary, Dep. Health Soc. Unit, Dep. Regius, Oxford, Gt. Brit.) SMOKING TALLES FOR CARBON MONOXIDE? 73 X Wal Sec., Cancer Epidemiol. Clin. Lancet 197311 (No. 7834) 907-05.(Oct. 20,.1973) (in *Keywords:* carbon monoxide,.smoke, constituent. 7 English) I
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50331 0043 Gruebe, Carl, 1841-1927. Geschichte der organischen chemie ... von Carl Graebe. Berlin, J. Springer, 1920-•!l dv. diagrs. 251°. Bibliographical foot-notes. 1. Chemistry, Organlc-Iitst. r. iWalden, Paul, IS133-- ~ II. S. Dept. of ngr. Library F_',\ 86£G75 for Library of Congress ~ QD248.G7 ia44r37e1jf . ,' .. . . . . . . ~ ~ .. . . . Abr 22-70Q ----- '--=~ ------- -- ~ ----~.. --- -
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50331 0039 81 X Wal TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ CIGARETTES--AIR DILUTIONJ SMOKING HABITS--MEN/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--CARBON MONOXIDE CONTENT OF BLOOD, , RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 X Wal ~; Idle, M.; Boreham; J.; Bailey, A. (ICRF Cancer Epidemiol. Clin. Trials Unit, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford; BUPA Med. Cent., London, Gt. Brit. INHALING HABITS AMONG SMOKERS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF CIGARTTE. Thorax 35, 925-928 (1980) (in English) Inhaling habits were studied in 1316 men who freely smoked their usual brands of cigarette. An index of inhaling was calculated for each person by dividing the estimated increase In carboxyhaemoglobin level from a standard number of cigarettes by the carbon monoxide yield of the cigartte smoked. Smokers of ventilated filter cigarettes inhaled 82% more than smokers of plain cigarettes, and those who smoked unventilated filter cigarettes inhaled 36X more. Cigarette consumption was similar among smokers of each type of cigarette. Assuming that the intake of tar and nicotine is proportional to 0 6 c7 n nn 0 !9 5 2
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50331 0020 QR 82 w RWaksmftwt ,.4elm[mti A brahatm;>188&. -, '1'ho act inomycetes. ]3altimore,ll'illialns & lti"ilkins,1959- 3 v. illus., dL•i;rs., tables. 27 cin: 13ibliograpby : v. 1, p. 278-318. CONTENTS.-v.1. Nature, occurrence, and activities. v, 2, Class3.fic4tion., identification und descrip- tions of genera and species. v. 3. Anti- biotics of <.ctincmiycetes. L Actinomycetales. ~,1R82.A351Y28 Library of Conbress 589.92 59 -1962 ~ ~ jo1k10, iJ.
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SMOKING AABITS--GREAT BRITAIN/TOBACCO-SMOKING--SURVEY/ TOBACCO-GREAT BRITAIN/ 50331 0038 " 77 X Mel RJR CLASS NO. PAMI'}iLET 77 X Hel Meade, T. W.;-Wald, N. J.~ (l:RC-D1iSS F.pidemiol. Pied. Care Unit, NorthWick Pk. :11osp., ltarow, Middlesex, Gt.Brit.) CIGARETTE Sl•;OKING PATTERNS (IN LONDON) DURING THE hbR};ING DAY. Brit. Jour. Prevent. Soc. t•fed. 31, 25-29 (1977) (in English) t SUMMARY The rates at M•hich people smoke cigarettes during difierent periods of the day were ; ~ obtained from three occupational groups. Group I consisted of those working at the main London ; production site of a food processing factory, Group 2 consisted of those in the administrative offices ( of the same company; there arc smoking restrictions at both. Group 3 consisted of workers in the offices of a London borouch where there are no smoking restrictions. Replies Here received from ' 3174 people, or SS % of those approached. Therc was a hipher propatliun of non•smokcrs (over j 1 70%) among the two groups of office workers than among the food processing w:,-rkcrs (about 55%). ( ; Smokers in Group 3 recorded somewhat hi.pher average cigarette constnnption than those in Groups ; ~ I and 2. During different periods of the day, the maximum hourly rate of ciFarette smoking w•as { about three times the minimum rate. For Groups I and 2 the m&ximum rate was consistently durin `g ~ the interval between leaving work and going to bed. In contrast, the maximum rate for Group 3 was consistently during the afternoon, while at work, and the rate between leaving tvork and going ; 'to bed was similar to the rate for the day as a whole. Results will help in deciding the time of da iy Sat Which blood for carboxyhaemoglobin estimations should be taken. .\ ) i ) ~ n \ f Er' / • . / ' • a • q
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DiS;:ASI:S--CAUSi.S A:~I) T1II:orII:S OF CAIi:; ;'fTO\'/R:SPIMTGr,Y ORC~:,~S--11ISlr:SI',S/ i.AIiCI:f:--CAt:SATIO:;---P,Y F?:VJRO'.;*tEINTAl, FACTO£.S/V.TATER---POLLilTION--IiEALTH ?EFFEC9:/ CAD 1IlJM/SELENIl41/CAPC0i1 PSO::OXIDE/S?fOI:ING Ai:D I1I:ALTII/PESTICIDrS- -\TOXICOLOCY/ RA 576 1da 1973 ~ IIEALTi: EFFECTS OF E;1VIfiON`ILIITAL POLLUTA.,'TS By "''~EC122G'~S~-f.:!"tYAY;11MbT't's M. D. The C.V. MOSBY C0r0'ANY St. Louis 1973 316 PP. .., .,.-~ 0 6 rz n n`. n 0 1 50331 0040
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50331 0049 71S w 'lla3: CC1;•ti Lx-:T2 19.14 479 p. Dcubiedsp G CU., "t.:ic. h4et+ 'r'crl: a ~ tr n f1 n, Ca 0 t-9 -~, 2
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50331 0031 n~' < J ~ '.~~ ~= lo - fWa"I ~~ QA Sequential analysis, by Abraham 11'ald ... \e%v York, 276 J. Wiley cC sons, ino,; London, Chahman & IIal1, ltd. (19171 j,f zii, 212 1). diagrs. 231 cm. t\Viley matl3eunatical statistics serics, h'Mathematical statistics. i. Title. 6,1A27G.W2fl, ( ` ) 311.23 4i-12~7 Library of Congress (53m22I a j~,t~ ~ Q d• i~ n R.:n 0
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50331 0048 . knli~i~L:~+~ i f"~. rIrsYp• Tje".M.l.T2', C~t~f':`11ii Pis}' bjT {'~.LaSQ~ Joha Ig. # c-rd L. Chen. xod. 65, zdu-Cs (loew-) C7
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50331 0055 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK RB 57 Wa 1977 ;Vickerstaff,L. ; INTIMATIONS OF QUALITY. ANTE-MORTEM AND POST-MORTEM DIAGNOSES, Nuffield Provincial Hospitals Trust.London, Gt. Brit, ,77.(:I:N ; ENG.) ISN = 640 06 n 0 n 0 U 1 9A R
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50331 0058 a 18 XI Ad1-81 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF S.P. e PHARMACEUTICAL PROMOTION sr • RosEer FEx"A Research Professor of Ewnomics Univeraity of Illinois wNu Pro etsot oi Marleting niveru of Illino' (table of contents an sumr`~ary on'~y) Published 1958 oi5 no h__.rjU.t y71
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50331 0033 TORACC,n--S*10KINf;--CARBON MONOXIDE CO`V'!'FNT OF THF RLOOD/ SMOKING & HEALTH/TnBACCO--$MOKING--HF,AT,TH EFFECT/ 78 X Wa ` RJ.R CLASS NO. PANPHLET 78 X Wa ZVi~or Idle, M. ; Bailey, A. . : : ~ Clin. Trials Univ., Dep. ~• '~tadcliffe Infirmary, DHSS Cancer Epidemiol. Reguius Prof. Med., Oxford; BUPA Med. Cent., London, Gt. Brit.) CARBOXYHAEMOGLOBIN LEVELS AND INHALING HABITS IN CIGARETTE S*tOKERS. 4 ~-- _-- _;-L}>t. In 52U mcn whu curruntly smnkcd only ciprcltcs, carboxyhacntu;lohin (CUI Ib) Icsrls ss•cre mcasurcd as a mcthuil of cstinr.iting thc Thorax 33, 201-206 (1978) (in English) .*Keywords:* carbon monoxide,rsmoke, constituent.-______-_"__ cxtcnt tu whtch cigarcttc cmnkc wcis tnhaled anJ thr rc.ults wcre cotnpareJ with thr.nwkcrs own acscssnunt of thcir inhaling hahits. Thc mean C'011b lcvcl aflcr stand:udising for the nrimb.r of cigarcttcs smol :d bcforc thc blood Icst on the day of Ihc Ic.t ss•as 4-0 % in ~ 1 sclf-dcscribcd non-inhalcrs. This was much hitthcr than the nican Ics•cl of U•7'/. in 1891 similar non-anokcrs, but not %•cry dillcrcut from thc.tiniLtrdi•cd rncaut Irvcls of 5•2%, Sv%, ~ and 5'6'/, in mcn ssho said thcy inhalcd sli_hlly. mo; cratcly, or deeply. reshcclis cly. Thc + increasing trend in the COI Ib levels of men in the fuur >clf-dc.eribed inhalin; eatcgorics (nil to dccp) was srnall but slatistically hi;:hly .ignilicant.'1'he d:,ta from this study may K!lp to cxplain ~ sonic of thc anuinalc,us cpidcniiolu„ical results rc•garding thc rclationship bctseccn sclt-dcscribcd itdialinL habits and the tlcvck,Pmcnt of di~cutics asx.ciatcd with smoking. such as ~ coronary hcart discasc and lung cancer. ~ _- I
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50331 0053 III , Sh4 ~ Shaw, A. C. Yfi1d~.~, I2I.~,I2I l~i~!L1~I5 t~?SD OJJIJR M'ALt~AT'COa TY GAS r's1r0aAT0^vfil:: H'd, by n. C. Shaw nna i;. T. WaJc'acf:. -~a:.,L rLtl-ri ~;.g. C~.r.~a:.l,L ~; . ~ r~ g.C~, (:;.>. ..-_..,--..~-.,.__.. _ Cl • 0_ 1.9 f-) 6 -;:;.-,~~,-.. .. . .. . ,.. .. ....~.... ~. _.,.
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50331 0018 .- . a V i Ta3•-75 T03ACC0--MJISTURC--nnTRRiIINATIC~N/ RJ:2 .;LASS NO. PU VI Ts3-7b `! hjlio Mary z`Inc., R-i_clinond, Va., U. S.) --' AU'i0~•L1~f13:0;:AVL'' J•`.EASliI:I'iG Ar.'1`.t<A't'US :'~)R THE U:TI:RIsI;ti,TIO 1 OF 2:OISTl1~:'.: IiJ TOBACCO. *(L'lhcr cin rmto;natisches Afikro~:rl3en;,css~~~rar• zur s- mcssunS.)* paper Tahak Kol] oquiwol, 1Sth,/22 ,p. ,, ^Ieucl;citel, Swi tz. (l.tay 1976) (in Cer,nan) Previou:, Refercncc: - abstract on1y - co;aplete Germ~n orir,inal a•aait:.>.':.)le noW. '17:e oven drying metliud in the moiat+-11:r- deterTuination uf cut toUacco usu.-Illy ~produces hiEher values than the Karl Fischer method, -~as cliro.aatoFrayhic '^icthod :.nd nuclear mat;netic resonauce method. Because of tlae cfirr; ].icated an•1 i~ti:r.C-con:'uming o1wrations involvcd irL these metiiods, an atte,spt wns n~;de to ctetermine the possibi].ity of applica;:ion of tLe micruw;:ve oven drying mrthcd i for• this purpose znd see whether tl;:.s nethod is moro ra,•id LzS pro,luce:: rcre -*Kcywords t kmoi ~,ture, cured, consti•t uent. 4 i~ f~ 0 1 9:~ 0~I n
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50331 0054 2•:cAr t~iuro C:iarleo ?:3}: PSfC:iGfd'.~TI 0r- ~"=..`•::T:'G~ Y~;~t Ch~:rle3 T/-,Arth,myn Ll2ran Waldron, ar.d Juh-ni W.cis:'ar•o^e Fhoioa'cat front Journall of Atnonra2 ani So33ai Pcycnoleg7 2b7-275 (i:~rch, 1.95C) i 0 ~,~..~.., t ~ , _ . . t .. • 4 t,• (i n(1 6 l`1
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50331 0051 9sraur-Iw") T:,~ ENCYC?.0TPEOZA 0F COO::ri'M.. 2 VOLS. 1967 MacM3.12.^a Co. New York 0 ^ fl n : ..0 o ! 9 A .4
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50331 0037 ' TOBACCO--SMOKING--CARBON MONOXIDE CO:v'TENT OF BLOOD/ SMOKING HABITS--GREAT BRITAIN/ 77 X Me RJR CLASS NO. ~. ~1cade, T. W. ; Ia;""~. ~._. (?1RC-llI1SS 1'pidemiol. Med. Care Unit, Northwick rk. Hosp., liarrnw, -Middlesex, Gt. Brit.) CIGARETTE S?10KING PATTERNS DURING THE l•:ORKING DAY. Brit. Jour. Prevent. Soc. Med. 31,•25-29 (1977) (in English) The rr,ics :+t trhich pwpfc s+nokc ciL;ucUcs dmin; dilPcrcnt pcriods of file day +•:crc obtaincd fronm thicc necupatinnal froupa. Group 1 er:nislcd of Ihose +corlan~ :jt Ihc main I.ondon produclion sitc of a rc+nd pto.css.inp ractury. Group 2 cansistcd ofthose in tLr: dininistrati+c ofiucs of file samc cump:u+y; tl+ctc aic smnking restrictions ::I hotlr. G+oup 3 consistcd of worl:crs iii the _ utficcs of a Londoa Lojouch s+hcrc tJicrc :+re no smol.in~ tcr,triciions. Rcplics s•.crc rccciscd from 3174 pcoplc, or !'S'/, of thusc apl+ioachcd. 'fl crc uas a hinccr pioportion of nnn-!awt:cis (o%cr _70%J among dic two , roul+s of oflicc +eoi kcrs tban amonr thc food proccm.iug v:nrl.cr. (jI,uut 55 ~,',). Smokers in Group 3 tccordcJ wmc+~ha1 hi,,hcr arcrarc c iratcttc con:umraion th:,n tho'c in Ganups I and 2. Durin: di(fcrcnt hcriods uf thc day, file masiniwn hourly ralc of ci,,ircitc sn+ol.ing +cas ~ about Ihrcc limcs file minimutn ratc. For Groups I and 2 file mazimu+m ratc svas c0cxistcntly during tht interval bchcccn Ic:rcinr. work and ,r••oing to hcd. In couh;+st, the rnaximum iatc for Gioup 3 was consistcntly dutinz file aftcrnonn, s+hilc at tvorlc, and file ratc bctv:ccn Icaving work and goinb to bed a•as similar to file r:+tc for file d0y a; a whole. ltcsults nill hclp ir, c)cciding th+. timc of d:+y at which blood for carboxyhacmotlobin cstimatic•,rs should bc takcn._~____~_~ --- 0
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50331 0036 Thorax. 1981. 3§. 366-369 . 1 \ s[+' ~ ~ _ ,AX Re2-81 s.p. Carbon monoxide in breath 'in relation to smoking a~d carboxyhaemoglobin levels/ ~ ~ ,iY)Q _'t -.,X /~)~,0,4J~1 RIANNE 1DLE, JILLIAN BOREHAM, AND ALAN BAILEY From ICRF Cancer Epidemiology and Clinical Trials Unit, Radelide Infirmary, Oxford, and BUPA Medical Centre. London ~ 3~~~o~s. ~uSiRxc~ arboxyhaemoglobin (COHb)•levels were studied in 11 249 men. The distributior among the 2613 men who smokcd cigarettes was well separated from (hat in 6641 non-smoker: (including ex-smokers). The distribution for 2005 cigar and pipe smokers was intermediate though some of the highest COHb levels occurred in cigar smokers. Using a COHb cut-off level of 2%, 81% of cigarette smokers, 35% of cigar and pipe smokers, and 1•0°; of non-smokcr, had raised COHb levels. In a subsidiar) experiment alveolar air samples were collected from 16" smokers and 25 non-smokers using a simple breath sampling technique. Carbon monoxide co- centrations in alveolar breath were highly correlated with COHb levels (r=0-97) indicating tl- COHb levels can be estimated reliably by measuring the concentration of carbon monoxid. breath. Alveolar carbon monoxide mezsurement is thus a simple method of estimating whe a person is likely to be a smoker. o 6 n 0 n n U 1 9 4 9 9
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50331 0061 ~ Ref. z 688 ~ lti a ~ 1966 ,alfoxd,PAlloezt~.,l4~h~a Guide to reference material. 2nd ed. Edited by A. J. Walford. London, Library Association, 19GG-y:,;,' Q,v. 25; cm. V. 1: f 5(75/- to merubers) ( v.1: 13 G6-S315 ) Cox-I-erTS.--v. 1.-Science and technology; assistant editors K. R. Rider and F. R. Taylor. 1. Reference boolcs-IlIb1. i. Library Absociation. rc. Title. w. Title : lteference material. Z1033.1N'252 011.02 GG-71G03 Library of Co~~gresg ~ -) i51 . ,.:.•- • . .
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50331 0047 I 9 I Q rs n n'n o o 1 9 & n. PREPR1tdT UCRL• 79485 ASTRONOMICAL TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO POLLUTION PFTECTION: 2. CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS OY VISIBLE EXTINCTION '• Terry R. Galloway i, Mfph`. Wl di-,* ! .; Wiiliam H. Porch ~~ October 1977 . . This paper was prepared for presentation at the 4th Joint Conference on Sensing of Environmntal Pollutants, New Orleans, LA, Nov. 6-11, 1977. ncr ~~ • ia~ &A
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50331 0059 9 82 II Ya F into TVF. The aim ut between the electrograms i cats. The electrocardio- 3urier transform (FFT) from 10 cats during 26 )isodes of TVF. All cats :FT of the ECG showed •quency spectrum: SVF band of 7.6 to 11.4 I°i2 .ak power at a band of are in accordance with on electrical potentials e of left ventricle. The early-defined differences results showed that the inate between TVF and ' --ngthen our hypothesis onization of the electri- ;heart determines its VF z ~ n _.....~. r hli~Q ISR4EL I. MED. SCI. I7 ~~f l J, y ) 1rtNDOCRINOLOGY ~ ~(q Relationship beh.eenKhyroid metabolism and smok e from cooking fires in Bedouin women. R. Yattil. t,S:'<Wslfish.. Y. Abu-Rabiya and Z. Etzion, Ben- Gurion University of the Negev, Beersheba. Medical reports have showed that young Bedouin women suffer from the "Bedouin lung disease," en- larged or local growths on the thyroids and miscel- laneous lung complaints. The only common factor among these women was that they were the age- group that were confined to the cooking area, where wood was the source of fuel. A study was under- taken on laboratory rats to examine the possibility that the smoke of the fire in an enclosed space could account for the fact that it was mainly the women that were affected. One group of rats was placed in the cooking area in a Bedouin encampment, while another group was maintained under standard labo- , raWy conditions. After two months, the animals / wete killed. When compared with control animals the smoke animals were significantly smaller in size.
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50331 0062 t ..__.,... ___,_..:.~....._.._~..__.~.,....z.~~_...._ . . Lasnmers, B. A STUDY OF BY'SSIHOS:S, CHRO,IIC RESPI'rL4TORY STXPTQ+iS, A'VI) VE2ITIL?1TOY,Y CAPACITY IN r2;CLI5iI Arr~ GU'TCH COTTON Svb3;}:,'RS, WITH SPECIAL RFrr1;I::.CE TO A'I:-lOSF'nF:IC FCLLUsI0t7. By B. Ln7^e::s; R.S,F. Schillirtg 4nd Josn Walford; Susan Mzr,do,4s; S.A. Roaoli; D. Wn den Iloven v3n Cenderen; Y.C. Van der Veen snd C.H. Wood Brit. Jour, Ind. Med. 21 124-34 (Zg6-4) fl & t~ n f~: 0 0 t . 9
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. ..... __.._~...._.::.~._ ,_.~ ..~ .. .~... ~._ ... . PAPERM3ING AND T4ADF.--nIRFCTORIFt WALDE! ABC GUIDE and paper production yearbook 9 73 d 1 c iticn Established in 1807 by Charles Carroll Walden . _ wHden, Jrd ' Prnident-Chartes Cd Editoe--kichael G. BaWan Ad.er6s;ng Mgr.-Airred S. Watder% Jr. "The Colnplete Paper Directory" $25.00 a copy WPIC'i1~='~R"~'~~~Afit~1~I pub~ishers 475 KINDERK:lMCK F.D., ORII';ELL, K J. 07649 Kea Jersetr (201) 261-2:3J r:e« rork (2121966-1770 50331 0044 ~ Vdrtstern Sstcs Cif rr: ' SY.1 Pmntap! Ro~O hoM~f~e~i, Ill;n~i SCA93 (312) M-5220 AL.o Py6fiaAerr or PRINTING 4fAGA21fiE • TNE PAPER CATALOG a 9 (i E, r7 n In o ~ cr
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50 331 005'1 Z 688 .~AfflftttR,% IItargh Wa , A bnsic bibliography on marketing research, comQiled by 1963 Fiugh G. Wales and Robert Ferber. tChicahol American 3 `' • Diarketing AssociaLion, 1956: i *:. 'f 164 p. 24 cm. (AMA bibliography serlcs, no. 2) 1 3L 1. Marketing research-Bib). r. Ferber, Itobert, joint author. lr. Title. (4eries) Z7164.DI1Slti'3 56--4765 ~`j •016.65883 016.6558072 Library of Conrrega A (1 ~,• to n t1 ,: n ~ p~' 7 0
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50331 0063 " , ~ '~ TS OF NATURAL STIZUCTURE AND BIOCHEMISTRY ~ ' ~ " pOIv'"F:rS A??D POL"T'nI.'.ATinV/pLA*.T CET.L; ANn TtFSiiT'S/r'F.T,T,!iLnSP/ j'LA!dTS- -l1ISFASI:S AN!n PESTS----RrSTS^'A\,"rE/ „., x''nL"q1rr,,r•~oTT)rc / CI:LLUL~ST -rTnr>,~~rSrS/ ~~iTnrun*;n^,I 1/i *i7,'.T~S T,*•; 'V'N,1VTnn 1L SvSTF• o 1 BIOLOGICAL SYST~r~rs 1079 ~ Proceedings of the iiird . ~ Philip,~i~/Iorris Science~ _ ymposi..m Richmond, Virginia tsl ~ November 9, 1978 ~ qJJ ~'' ~ Edid b E1~~N Y~ tey,.,.•WALIC( r" ')0 l y C1 ~i t1 •(1 n (l il 1 97 ~
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. •? o f 50331 0027 ..fz':~ ._•~u ~ FJI'. CI,A:S N0. P/`.';F13I.E7.' VJ"Ib ~l it::~ (r.•,~, Sif;rrenfabric}:c;i ?'.V., I:t.:c?, ~:eth.) 0:' C)?.GNIC :.C1 OS CIl>'+, '!'O:'?,CCO. 3 `1) j":) G':'i'I j (21i vw 0 rds.~~ c<:hroi.c .•c.id, citric ,:t:(', r.nr.d, i:u%:aric nc:i -], curc•I:, coi::,titl2:~ia; tir:ljc aci.c:, :tzred, cc:n~.? j.ii~cnL; i:,n..cnic n ci<:, ctly cd, cc,r::t_tucnt or.:_).ic cu!•C.d, c:0:t:,t f.tuent; r,t.rcinic cu!'ed, cr?,lctituc•;:t; t~ rtror:i.c .:cic_, c:::'c•c., cc~r:stitc~c;~t; 72 IX l _ ~ i y ;_ 4;; t1 (1 n t:t U I~it .1 0
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50331 0060 Z fy ~. ..i r i 1~ ~'.~''1~ . • L~1 . 1973 cdired hv ~,`SCIL'• P: CE ~~ T xC i: t~i7LO GY ~~ii; . -THE LIlIRAI:Y ASSOCIATION 1973 () ) 11 r) n fi o 1 9 7.1
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50331 0075 77 VII Wa TOBACCO--AGRICLTLTt'RE--CANADA/TORACCO--CANADA/TOBACCO--SHEETS/ TOBACCO--PRODUCTION/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 VII Wa Walker, E. Kk. (Research Sta., Delhi, Ont., Can.) COSTS OF FLUE-CURED TOBACCO PRODUCTION: DENSE POPULATION FOR SHEET PRO- CESSING VS. NORMAL POPULATION FOR CONVENTIONAL PROCESSING. Agr. Can., Delhi Res. Sta., Can., 11 p. (1977) (in English) ffrestsof e ulthis study show conclusively that a dense population of L lue-cured tobacco grown specifically for sheet processing can be produced at ri.t of about 52C/lb, or aphroximately 40C/lb lcss than a normal population i f)rown for . conventional processinci._ ~'
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L L b .~..~ ~. - c~ a c~ o c[~• ~? ,, . PTZ~76C (T •oF!) zcl( (9961) ••j <q ••~u IJt -l...L CIa il ItI ,'I:T Q.1 .':J;Ui: t1I S~CSOiI i'T0:?01.;I L:^,;..`:,~L1 :i0 HJ.V1i t.O1,T,ISOd3Q 'A1k`.; SZOSOo~V :c1 S I~Ci;t,i,~ ii~~I a ~ . . = _ th900 LE£OS
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50331 0080 RJR CLASS NO. T1=XTBUGK QA '/01 Wa - 19ii'i_ ''_' INDUSTRIAL HEAT EXCHANGERS: A BASIC GUIDE. Hemisphere Publishing (:,orp..New York, New York 100;3b.B?. ISN = 6097 0~~ c? 0 n 0 0 1 9 9 :3
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I xx 50331 0072 MeCl ~'.. (1969) , Chr'lidan, R. C,. DA?RY FM~NTATIO:+I pit4d;T:,i°F..r., by R. C. Chan;lan, 3. 8. Cordon aad :). A. Wol'r.ar . Proceea Bioc!-enlgtry k(No. 2) 13-22 (1969) ~---,--o..-..---_ r .
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50331 0067 , . 11.1 nu -77 s.r. ''•1?i.15 01(SLIOGRAPHIC DATA 1. Keport No. 2. ' Iteeipicnt's Aecesaon \u. SH E E T NOAA-74 013108 -3 nn~^. ; ~4 -/ / - e._ ~ 4. Title and iubtttle S. Report li.tle Meridional Atmosnheric Teleconnections Over the North Pacific Nov 1973 From 1950- to 1972 6. 7. Author(s) 8. F'er(orming UrR:,niziuon Kept. W. B. R'hite and Av E. Walker h°' 9. Yerforminy Url,aoizatlon \ame anu AJdtess 10. Proiect/I'askPiork (:nu No. University of California at San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography 11. contract/c,ra•,t No. La Jolla, Calif. N000-14-69-A-0200-6043 12. SponsotinF Organization Name and Address 13. Type o( `.tcport & 1'enoJ Office of Naval Research and Covered National Science Foundation : .. 11. 1S. Supplementary Notes Monthly Weather Review 101(11):817-822, November 1973. 16. Abstr3ct: Throu,nout the two decades from 1950 to 1972, tiie intensity of the suotropi- cal ridge and of the Aleutian Low were significantly correlated with ondanother as werc the absolute magnitudes of their associate d wind systems, t..e westerlies and norti:east trades. Only during 1G64-72 however was correlated the intensity of the Aleutian Low , , TI,+-- indicates that the C n ~ . i
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50331 0082 - - RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Wa 1984 SSELF-AWARENESS AND CIGARETTE SMOKING: THE INTERACTION OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DETERMINANTS. Doctoral dissertation. University of Florida. 1981 University MicrofilMs International,Ann Arbor, MI.64 p..81.(IN ; ENG. ) ISN = 2094 0+i i) (l rl 0 tl !Y 9S
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50331 0081 77 II S.P. I ( MOLECULAR PRINCIPLES UNDERLYING ?'HE• ES SALMONELLA/MICROSOME TEST / 'i_r~ ~"` .~' 't';~:' ~. Department of Biology INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM 8-15-80 - MASSACHUSETTS INSTI UTE OF TECHNOLOGY Re-80 C, G. Walker / DISTRIBUTED FOR INTERNAL USE BY MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY. MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED. 0k n o~ n o i 9 9~4 ' 1 ` I
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50331 0073 OD 291 P.1 4111Kalkar-,:.:vona3d.: E: i,. 3t:..Rut:' Ref. QD f: P91 .,~: c~~.:i- ~~; I:':. .'r=; .,• • .. . y, ~.•. ~,..., • , ~....-. 1-:'iG;.......i"3 1 . ; ~, " I G« C.:I ( .1-ce O 0 1.201 1) II n il o 1 9 ri C)
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50331 0074 Cl1?:CF.B--]:LSCARCH/CAJ~CCR--C(i~~i,F.I?S;'r.5,% COD--TO\i^ANTS/__ ,:ITROSAPti?:ES--FOOn/FOOD--A11"J.YSISjCt]E`?ISTRY, ANA].YTIC/ TOBACCO--SaOKti--NI TROS1V1 iI?ICS /NIT!~OSA11INrS--TOBACCO--S1`fOICI: / jWORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER t, GGtiGt~. t ~. , 7~^ N-NITROSO COMPOUNDS ANALYSIS AND FORMATION Proceedings of a Working Cunference held at the Deutsches Krebsjorsc/nrngszentrurn, Heidelberg, Federal Republic of Germany, 13 - 15 October 1971 FDITORS P. BOGOVSKI R. PREUSSMANN AM&AWWALIG ER: IARC Scientific Publications No. 3. INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER LYON /~~7G 1972 ~ .v . - ~ . .. . , , a u a c~ 0 n n ti I~~ 7
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_- 50331 0077 rx a..~-.,. - - -__.-- - `r~ z TOBACCO--SMOKE--TAZ RE^i;CTION/ 1 73 VII Re-73 TOBACCO--SEti'ESCENCE/TC?RACCO--CI:FMICAL COXPOSITIOti--AGRONOMY/ ,,,,R.......TDBACGQ~~~QDC~~~ma1~o~.;CC~~~--SI EETS/ _ r . RJR CLASS :y0. PA`iPHLET . ~,. <WalEcer;,' E'Y'~K~~~~ ~. -- z (Canada Dep. Agr., Delhi, Ont. Can.) PRELI'•tI: A1:Y STUDIES 111711 CHOPPED TOBACCO FOR P:ZODtCI::G NO':OGE'NiI: 1:'J TOIiACC.0 SIIF,ET. ~~._= Tobacco l-:or}:ers Confcreace, 25th, paper, Hz;milton, Oat. , Can. 7-9, 1973) (in English) . ..^ ~+.,+.~~^.:w+,_-~..-.w....r~~..e .+.~~....Y.-.-.y....._ ~ ku" ~ ~' ~ C, 73 VII Re-73 s.n
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. U E~ :~ ~; ~? ! t l.~ 0 a (6961) 8-££t Q 'on) fc • _omal pQOJ wt3Id 'sa3ltcM -il 'H Purtt Vaditm.taA "I 'fI {4 `:G4d aaJl a0 AQOa Ual riYi{jIil tiIXO1 'W:lI'In7,CU ff :1z;;H7.OZQV2i .U) 33.Y3 yt?I ..j .II %aAituIaA XX Lg00 LEEOS
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50331 0079 .. ~...~.~/ rsZ2v 0Ar~ / 4? 4.7 THE CONSUIViERS UNION REPORT ON AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST By Ruth and Bdcoard Brecl2er Arthur Herz.ol;, Waltcr Goodman, Ger`a7~~1`'~Yirlkc'r'- and the Editors of Consumer Rcports ~? (1 rt r1 t) I 9 9 2
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50331 0069 VIZ Re -73 S.P, i . U , Ar~..a. Toailol. 30, i? (1972) ~ bY Spr ingcr-Yer'.ag 1072 An Inhalationxl Toxicity Study Kith DicLlorvos# Aeli:-TvWalS:er; D. Blair, D. E. Stevenson, 3nd P. L. Charsbe:s" Shell }:esearch Ltd. Tunsta:! Laboratn-.v, CittinAourcc, Iie:.t, England 4eceived 1ap 1. 1?72 ~ Abslraet. Dogs, cats and rabbits Fere contin,ionslc erposed for ei,ht a-eels to dichlorso3 atmospheres ~e: cra.c~i from iniPr-r^nated poi}Tiayt chlorido eL-ips. Concxntrations of ciichlerros in air were produced in the range 1D.05 to 0.3.1;! f. No effects were found on the ceneral heaith, bc'iacio;ir, p:a.srna and cnth:rocy:,u eholineaterase activities and eiectroencephalogrsi.tiic patterns of the azimals. Sey uvrds: Dic}.lorvoa - Inhalational Toxicity. Introdaction Dichtorros (DDIT, 0.0-dintcthct-2,2-dicb;ororiut-1 1-phosphat~e) is a volatile orgnnopiioshhate insecticide which, when ine<Jrpo:-at ed into a matcrial such as polyti:.~sl chloride (PVC), is Jocv1y released, th" proriclino <v method of continuous control ovcr a period of hbout three months .(_lt_ifield and Webster, 196G). The toxicology of dicl:]orros by both c,rai and. inhabti;n: r:ute, of esn.,,ntte ?-:3s b^w re-i~-XP3 r1`,tt)i I i n ti l~ ! t~ i~ I~ s. 0 n
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50331 0084 E. 1 XI Me -77 s•P• ~ :- . . *(no affil.)* . a RJR CLASS NO. PA:•fPNLET XI/':c - TOBACCO: 1965-69, 1970-74, 1975-80. Va. Agr. Econ. 1976 (.Nlo. 280) 10-11 (1976) (in -- A recent publication of the USDA ~analyzes three significant periods for our domestic tobacco econoiny j, t? b 0 0 0 0 U 1 9 9 7 . English)
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50331 0093 Na ~ 901 tlationsl Fluid Power Association . FLUIDICS CO:IFE.'ti:CL, ict, Ch2cs ;o, 19653, pr:; oss 1-6, 10, 11. 13, by tisEicsnJ31 F7.cid Powar Ascociation, Fluid Po%--r Socicty r.tid :i.i.tiuaGte 1r,lusts'y 1968 A Colacction of I'amnhlats :luid hmplifier Aasociateu . ~~.,•..;--- -•--~~------•- - , . (~ ;~• fl f~ !1 f~ U~ C? Q t~
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50331 0098 CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/ - CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/THIN-LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY/ MASS SPECTROMETRY/ 9 QD CHROMATOGRAPHIC SYSTEMS- 271 PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS Wa 1979 GC, LC, TLC, GC/MS, Derivatization 3. c. (filed by: Andyticat Chemiatry b McDonnell Douglas Corporation St. louMt, MimuN 63316 o61.1o tl n v2t3 1 I PRESTOP/ PueuCAT1OTIS, IN n~ _ ._......... ..r~n . .~..~w..r • r~..~ . ..• .
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50331 0100 Lr0a4kt.L'Ltrazz ~N?FORMA7.X.pN ..,,-e;.u._.i ':; .:., . .... ". ._:..;:", --._ ..:_. .~, _...~_=--- . ..... :........ .•. JV..~ .. .. . !.~..... ` ~:~...-. .. ... J - . .. ,...i~a: ~ U.. ~ ..~. ~. i .i) O•J.) .0
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C1--'1t ,ITX CC!°;., 0.'.I (C '. , • Inr1i;,} P . , , i."~aLFaf'A.'. 50331 0076 1. ... ~ ic: :: ' .-~• . ~ % , ! ; ;' . . ,cl•: 1:~ { : ... :.,.. , ..., ti?~ c n I 0 t) i i 0 I'1 () () -
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i _ If Arch. Toxicol. 35, 281-294 (1976) VII Re6 76 S,P. .a TOXICOLOGY © by Springcr-Vcrlag 1976 DicLiorvos - A 2-Ycar In2talation Carcinogcnesis Study in Rats J I D. Blair, K. A1. Dix, P. F. Hunt, E. Thorpe, D. E. Stc\•cnson•, and ; Shelt Rescarch Ltd.. Tunstall Laboratory, Sitlingbourne, Kent, D1E9 FAG, EG,tland Summary. To determine the effects of dichlorvos vapour on the tutnour inci- dcnce in rats, 5wcck old Car\\orth Farm E strain rats weighing between 94 and 150 g were exposed to 0, 0.05, 0.5 and 5.0 mg/m3 in a 2-year inhalation study. The gromh ratc of all trcatcil rats was depressed, particularly in thc malcs. There was increased survival of the rats exposed to i ntFJm'. There Nvcre no consistent differences in food intakes, organ \\•ci:ts, haematoloLical or blood C!1C! l:St,ry Cclin.ntinncC?:CCt>t in C!20!!nl'$iCr. Cr! ?Ctl\'ltll'f, 8n1(lI1pC1 (hC various groups of rats. No compound rcl; tc.i r''!lcrcnccs were seen in acetylcholinc and choline esti- mations carried out on a smail number of female rats' brain tissues after mo (h~cat5' c~))os(jtc. fihcrq' \\•6F n~ l,;ross or microscopical conihound related changes in thc rats' tis:;ucs. Ultrtslrttctural examination of the respiratory tissucs I
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5033, 0091 1- 71 II Re-73 S.P, . Journal of f3iological Educaiion (1973) 7, 4, 37-42 ~/ti ? 3) Simulated Batch Production of Penicillin A. WHITAKER and Departments of Biological Sciences and Chemical Sciences, Hatf ield Polytechnic 1. Summary A programme for simulating the production of Details are given for the catculation of minin,um penicillin in a batch fcrmcntor is described. production cost. 2. introduction An increasing number of new graduates in Applied 13io!o;y are being employed in the fermentation industries. bre«in,, food processin~~ and biochcmical enginecrin;. We cannot expect these -praduatec to be either Control enginecrs or Production engineers. Tlo,erthcL•ss they have to be intcl!igent users of process cquipmcnt, and know the limitations of the equipment they are 6 t.J o on `l !. Simulation training is a vrry useful aid to familiarize pcop!e %+rit!t manufacturir5 p!ant operations, and how to deal with problems iikcly to be mct %%ith in start-ups, uorm.,l runnia^, shut- downs and emergencies (Anon, 1958. 196S). The oprrators can have practical cxtxrience without fcar of doing the %tirong thing. This is important %%hen de:!!in,, uith hi,~l;ly instrurrmrnted 9
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50331 0102 I ; , _;,~.;x: l. , Thomas G. Cutterld~r;~ I MeA7 -80 S.P. CAnEER PB.AC3W8NG PRACTBCES an ARIA survey rep®vt ~Jamwg4- W-- Him., qlUUM~ ~ A DIVISION OF AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATIONS ~ c QUU0 I ~ -, Q~~ a 0 ~r 0 c 20, ~. r
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50331 0105 _ TOBACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ TOBACCO'--QUALITY CONTROL/ VI To-80 S'P' E,1i CLASS NO. PANPKLET VI To-80 s.p. $rova Williamson Tobacco Corp., Res. Dev., Louisville, 1Cy., U. S.) B~ QUALITY CONTROL PROCBAM FOR CIGARETTE FLAVORS. Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 34th, paper, Richmond, Va. (Oct. 27-29, 1980) (in Eng-29, 1980) (in English) Our flavor evaluation program consists of three steps: sensory evaluation, physical and che.ical analyses, and formulation verification by gits-liquid chromatography. It ia a combination of complementary sensory and instru.ental analyses.... 1 a i 06 n n n t3 u2 0 1 A
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50331 0092 4 QD W05 Malf'td"">~,`Jost ph F><edcric, 1903~ '' Formaldehyde. 2d ed. New York, Reinhold, 1:153. 575 p. illus. 24 cm. (American Chemical Society. Monograph series, no. 120) tL, •j Includes bibliography. 1. Formaldehyde• QD305Afr1W 11153 vl Iibrary of Congress ` ) Tr - rv+•e , . . *5-17.2 547.5 53-7413 1 1151 1 •0 .,) , 43. .0 9 f) 0 2. 0 t_l
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A Amilusis, 1978. v. 6, n" 10. p. 437 41 440 VY Re9-79 S.P. [denfifica tion des tV-nitros-amirses par spcctrometrie de masse ttude des spectres de {eui-s cierives d'oxyaation M. CASTEGNARO ct y -50331 0066 ~ "i SL ~l ~ i+rc ++aria+trrl dc Rcr•h+ chr sur le Ca+u• i, Service tles CanrFrnee'nrs de l'e+u•iro+ur mrrtr, J 3/ ~ rr,ru iilhc•rl: %Yiom,nr( /' 64i1U,~V Lyun ~ I ,tJ ~F~~c f UA1AfAR }' , fiJ14 49 ' ~]ass spcctrometry anal)sis of ~'-nitrosamincs~C,ntas s,ntass spcc(ra of thcir ox)dation dcriNatises l The mass spectra of oxydation derivatises of seven volatilc 11'-nitrosgmiincs (11'-riitrc"diry.j!hyhmi* ) N-bitro9 s4dicthylamine, Ltminc, r1`-nitrbsnmcthpl- r.en!yI.rmine, ,b'-r.itrosodibutyiamine, A=nitrosopipcridine, RI S'UAtt Ce lrauail presentc les speclres de masse des dcrires de sept N-nitrosamiaes rolaliles (N-nilrosodimellr.t•lami+re, N-uirroso(lirlli}•hutuac, N-uilrosodipropylrtnu+re, N-nilroso 7nrc~f?J,lpcnlylruninc•, N-nilrosudiprup)•lanu+rc, N-nilrosopi,')c- ricliue, N-nilrosop}•rrc+lidi+reJ cornramnreirl rechcrc•hees Jo+ts
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50331 0104 : S. d ~ i :,, . , 1 6 I J. 5ort. ScL (1975) 50, 179-181 Germination of hyb:id tea rose seea ,~. . m. By A. D. McKELVIE and~.1~ R Scbool of Agriculture, Aberdeen In order to achieve reasonable germination of seed from hybrid tea roses in the first year of sowing, hipsLshould be harvested at any stage from light yellow (15-16 vreeks old) to bright orange (19-20 weeks old). Moist storage for ten weeks at 4°C is sufficient to overcome the cold requirement. Treatment of achenes with a zino-hydrochloric acid mixture improved germination in older hips but depressed it in younger hips. Embryo extraction gave good germination at 20°C in seven days but was not feasible on a large scale. The method was however, useful, for testing seed viability. suNfl+UxY a
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50331 0088 XI Mel-78 S.P. .. :. , • • . • RJR CLASS NO. PA?THLET XI Mel-78 s.p. Va. Agr. Econ. 1977 (No. 286) 9-10 (1977) (in English) ~rno affil.)* TOBACCO OUTLOOK. 'i'he future is uncertain for Ameri- can grown tobaccos. Pressures against; ~ i tobacco support programs are increas ling. Support programs have been large- ,l,y self supporting which may have kept the programs alive. The government ac- :tively supports tobacco production on one hand, and, for health reasons, active-, ly opposes consumption of this highly ~ taxed product on the other. `1"nis is the ! dilenna now faced by policy mavers and ~ the in-dustry./ E 'A
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50331 0090 " III Du2 77 Jour. Geophysical Research, Vol. 81,"'o.3, Jan. 1976 S.P. pp. 424 OZONE IN THE RE?•fOTE TROPOSPHF.RE, MIXING VERSUS PHOTOCIiE?fISTRY• REPLY WILLIAm L. CIIAMEIDES S/wce Physics Research Laboratory. trnlcerifq• of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Mfchigan 48105 lAXNPGPG)-: WAtxI!lat- IVadona! Astronomy and Ionosphere Center. Arecibo Observatory. Areclbo, Puerto Rfco 0061! . Theory predicts that the intensity of photochemical produc- tion and destruction of trolwspheric ozone is dependent upon the concentration of NO= (= NO + NO,), with areas of rela- tively high NO, densities exhibiting large diurnal ozone varia- tions (Chmneides and Walker, 1973, 1976J. While our time- dependent photochemical model has been applied to an area of high NO, densities with reasonable success (Chameides and Walker, 19761. there may well be times and places where the concentration of NO, is so low as to make photochemical processes less important for ozone than transport (Chameides and IVolker, 1914). It is probable that sites such as theOlympic Mountains and Adrigole are characterized by very low NO, densities (<0.I ppb) and hence the unphotochemical behavior of ozone in these areas, as discussed by Chaffield and lfarrison 197 . . o tak,~ isssa wi Ji ChRTeld-6d tl}arrit~en's t{1976'J~cort'-~ clusion concerning the North American Ozoncsonde Network ramcters. Clearly, the photochemistry of tropospheric odd oxygen and odd nitrogen is closcly interrelatcd. and the former cannot be properly treated without an understanding of the latter. Thus the general applicability of the photochemical the- ory cannot be rigorously tested until a suitable series of simul- taneous measurements of ozone and NO:. as wcll as CO. H,O, temperature, and insolation are made. Nevertheless, in Re- search Triangle Park. where simultaneous ozone and NO, measurements have been made. photochemical theory has pro- vided reasonable agreement with observation. AcAnoMlydgrnenr. The National Astronomy and Ionosphere Ccn- ter is operatcd by Cornell Uni.ersity under contract with the National Science Foundation. REFERENCES Chameidcs, 1V., and J. C. G. Walker, A photochemical theory of 'I ___---- La:crr_L Gcophrs. Ru..78. 87S1-Si60- 1973. ~ a
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50331 0107 - -'' - ,~ :'t2Ci:OSCUPi A:+i. A _~ 251 Wa . 1971 . ~.,.....-....Y -- . --r•-•.: . . . ~~ ~ AiiCkOSl;ll`r`Y, P't.OfOGRAP"t3lc/ _. Amateur Phoxomicrcgrapl:y ~ , :3VI~,L:WALKEA. . ~~ s'. cl .`~ n FOCAL PRESS Lon3cn and ~i e,.,r York 13isiributed in the U.S.A. by CHILTON BOOK COMPA\ Z ~'1••iladelphia . 1`rcw York . Londcr_ R, -P / 'l / S
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50331 0106 i k~ (i. *: 4t"A ,.. Ballent3•ne, Denfs Williant Georbe, A dictionary of named effects and laws in chemistry, ph)•sics, and mathematics (byl 1).11'. G. l;allent~•ne an<1 L. l•;, Q. 1Valker. New York, ~Iacmil1an,•=N ~t~~ 2d ed.., v, 205 p. f)hts. 23 cm. 1961 1. Chemistry--Dfctlonaries. 2. Yhyslcs-1)ictionarIes. 3. '%fathe- mntlcs-Dictionarfes. I. Walker, l.ouis l:d«~ard Quintrell, joint author. Ir. Title: Named effects and laws !n chewistry, physics, and mathematics. Q123.B3 1959 503 59-iG35J Library of Congress ~' 1401 .._...-.-...-..-.~.•~--:~-.. r~ 0 'T..0 0 2 0-4 9 .
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,0331 0108 ,.. C~- ..~.:.i.._.~a - -~.,..~~.._.~....a....~r..+a_..:.~~.:..-~.c~~ ~ - ~. _ ~..U~.. Dtu-ick, P. S. L•'I'I~ XCMiCY OF Llii33AWlC :k S2EAMi :io?:d (r~ •k..Tsw:3Ll..:.T..,v .11.:.TTA_..T F. S. D.-m:Ic?c nnd H. J. Ihai~:cr ._.L., w Jou.-. Dr.irq Sci. s~„0 97-99 (1967) n .._..~-. c-.•-.•....., _ . ':,. .. ;, . .-.~.-.~-
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~~ c1 G 0 0'_ U u v•t! t~ 0 y..aT, rsam •:)u7 ' za;2 '~;I Z~~~ r{t •({ Z.) £ S9GT •zr `aayjcii ••I dFilitd •Cq di:lTpa 'T `Sci7:Q`a•AQ'/ d0 S3:u3S V `.:U,(.,::v0 d0 S7ZS.L;'.T. (1::i' .<<IT,SI{':~1{0 40 ~ T8T ~ ab 1110 iffOS
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50331 0101 R7CII MeBg 79 Technical Bibliographies Series No.1 S.P. (2nd Editirn 1976) ISSN: 0308-4191 YINYL CHIARIDE AND POLYVT,dYL C,tQORIDE }ffr1LTH RISKS ~ Compiled by #'ifrfiX%AWIki% ,yuch attention has been focussed on the cancer risks and other hazards. .s.ociated with the production and use of PVC. This bibliography lists a ,=ber of general papers published in 1974 and up to July 1975 which may be of interest to the general reader. More specialised papers are also noted cpirately; these span the period 1951 -July 1975. The list is in two parts: ges 1-6 were first issued in November 1974, while Part 2 (beginning on a6e 7) updates and expands the original selection. The items have been separated into a number of broad areas of interest accordiag to their main theme. PART 1 PART 2 1. Preliminary readings 1. Preliminary, readings 2. News and comment 2. News and comment V a
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50331 0096 TOBACCO--%IOISTURE/ TOBACCO--ST1sMS/ TOBACCO--BURLEY--PHYSICAL PROPERTIES/TOBACCO--LEAVES--PHYSICAL PROPERTIES/ •' .76 VII Wa Amer.Spc. Agre Er.g. 19(2)382-384(1976) Elasticity of the Cured Burley Tobacco Miaii Linus R. Walton, J. Hubert Casada, ' MLMUtiR ASSOC. MLMUER SFNIOK MEt.1p1:K . .; ... ~ • T HE handling of burley tobacco without breakave after it is cured dep:nds on the softness and pliability of lhc lcavcs, which vary %0h moisture content. Jeffrey (1940) indicated that leaf moisture content must be in the 20 and 30 percent (dry basis) range when they are to be removed from the stalk and ticd in hands (bundles of leaves that can be conveniently held in the hand) in the conventional man- ner. ASAE ASAE ASAE they are marketed. The modulus of clasticity of the tobacco stalk has bcen determined for application to the design of mcchanical harvesters for both flue cured (Suggs and Splinter 1965 and Young and Supgs 1967) and burley tobacco (Casada ct al. 1969). The modulus of rupture also would be an important paramctcr in all of !hcsc areas, but it would be of particular importance in describing tttn fnrnn o! -1,7..t. :1._ ~-'~..~. . .. insufficient to obtain true rium, ar.d natural variations biology caused actual moisti. tents to differ from the selectc to somc extent; however, a goc tion in moisture contents over tire range was obtained. i'1ie specimens were tested a suhportcd beams. The simn ported bcam equation is gin-c.. 0, c 1 0 n 0 0 2 0 0 9 a
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50331 0070 v . INRS/CADMIUM/LEAD/- '^ .C1iROMIiJM/ III Me9 77 S.P. Jour. Enviroti. Health 38(3)168-9(1975) f! ®xic MaiLs..rials Bn,/~a apQ~ Indicate Usnits Should Be Set 6y Kah-Hock Loe, Ph.D., Chemtet Richard A. Lane, M.S., Bureau Chief t3altus. Walker, Jr., Ph.D., Diroctor Environmental Health Administration. District of Columbia Department of Environmental Services The exposure of children to toxic each element's respective resonance metals. especially lead, is not wavelength. In some cases, further limited to lead-contnminated paint dilution of the filtrate was necessary chips alone. NIany toxic metals are to bring the percent absorbnnce found in hott9e d~tAst ~d ~reeplsu~ r~dit~gs i~ tlt~ call~brated range. face contnminants.' l~ecently an un- Table 1 gives the various con- centration of metals of printing ink samples obtained from the local plants of the Washington Post (tiVi') and the Washington Star News (WSN). Concentrations below 100 parts per million (ppm) of 0.01 of the weight of ink, ait~ough detec- table by the anlytical method used, are omitted from the table. Table 1 indicates that only red and blue ink used in the local production of the two newspapers contain lead, chromium or cad- mium. This is consistent with the fact that in all of the regular news columns, the yellow and green por- tions-excluding the Sunday supplements-contain only minute amounts of the metals. Their con- tents are comparable to that of a blank pi-ce of paper.
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50331 0094 Psresplar.l arrl Motor S4i!/f, 1980, 31, 253-261. © Perceptual and Motor Skills 1980 CHANGES IN EEG RHYTHMS DURING TELEVISION VIEWING: PRELIMINARY COMi'ARISONS WITH RE•ADING AND OTHER TASKS' 80 II Ey-80 S.P. Jq0*V*ft*",: 13randon Unirrrtiry Symmary -The purpose of this study was to provide preliminary data for comparing EEG activity during television viewing with EEG during reading and other tasks commonly used in psychophysiological research. EEG was recorded from left nd right occipital locations in IS subjects and a 2 x 2 x 6 x 5 (sex X site x task x trial) mixed facturial design was used in the analysis of alpha and beta EEG. Significant task effects were obtained for both alpha and beta scores and internal analyses indicated that the highest levels uf beta and the lowest amounts of alpha were asscciared with the two tuks (reading and TV ) which presented participancs with specific patterns of sensory stimulation whereas tasks calling for mental relaxation (eyes open and eyes closed) and tasks re- quiring only mental operations (imagine and counting) were associated with lower beta levels and higher alpha. Although not starstically significant, more beta activity was observed during reading than during TV and more alpha was observed during TV than during reading. No main effects or interaction terms involving sex differences or hemispheric effecu were significant. 0 uP.) 0 r1 0 iI 2 U 0 7 11
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50331 0097 l,! Mab.'t-na-nc0 c-nid i'-raUb-f0Sf7ao,!YJF7j. ~ r-d0HWQ: -W~'°if:~IEW~,. mcdonneu-doug/3s research laGoratory St. Iot/ls, missouri MINOR T. JI-;;.t:SON, JR. monsan to Central research dcpartmen t St. lotJis, missouri JAMES 9. r~'~A1lNA" D ihelf research laboratory, rwood eirrr, illinois ACADEh9IC PRESS NEW YORK AND LONDOI! 1972 r FJ_') rjh~,/ ~l; l ~ . ) ~ f I n 0
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~.50331 0113 QD . 281 Cn 2971 ClilEi~~.ISTR~.'-1~,i~TD PHYSICS OF CARBOi~T Volume 7 -A SERIES OF A D VANCES .Edited by . ' Phifiya~Walkef, Jr. • KATER[ALS SCIENCE DEPARTMENT T!{E rEMNSYLVAN(A STATE UtilVERSRY tINIVERSITY PARK, PEP:NSYLVANLI 1971 MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York r, 0 6 rt t) i.i ~(; :2
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50331 0114 ~ III 1 Prs y,hj,ai,ker jP,. L. ~Jr r,(Jt. Author) ~ ~(1969) ' Froalcnd, A. L. B. PYTWTi.YSIS OF ACST°i'Li:IZE OVER MFTALS, by A. 1:. }3. PresLwrd and P. L. tJalkcr., Sr. Csrbou 7(t:o. 1) 1-(3 (Feb. 1969) <) . . . . . .. •. . . . . .. . .
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50331 0115 80 LI EyT80 rTEST OF ATTENTIONAL AND INTERPERSONAL STYLE by Robert M. Nideffet S.P. distributed by Behavioral Research Applications Group, Inc. Consists of package containing the following: Manual (discussion of test, interpretations & exampler) Test booklets (reusable, packages of 10) Hand-scoring keys (18 templates for manual scoring) Hand-scoring Tally Sheets (package of 25) Profile Sheets ;for Plotting Scores (pkg. of 25) ;,DEEP MUSCLE RELAXATION, AN AID TO DIVING, COACH AND ATHLETE. by Robert M. Nideffer (Coach & Athlete/March, 1971) -'COMPARISON OF SELF-REPORT AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES OF ATTENTION: A SECOND LOOK by Robert M. Nideffer (Perceptual & Motor Skills, 1977, 45,1291-1294; ~roIVING PERFORMANCE AS IT IS CORRELATED WITH AROUSAL AND CONCENTRATION TIME. by Robert:-Walker, Robert Nideffer, & William Boomer (Swimming'Technique, Winter, 1977) 'THE RJ~LTIONSHIP BETWEEN A MEASURE OF PALMAR SWEAT AND SWIMMING PERFORMANCE by Robert M. Nideffer & Thomas J. Yock (Jour. Appl. Psychology, 1976. Vol. 61, No. 3, 376-378) ,RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE TEST OF ATTENTIONAL AND INTERPERSONAL STYLE AND ~ PSYCHIATRIC SUBCLASSIFICATION by Diane M. Depalma & Robert M. Nideffer ~.C?PPARING THE TAIS TO OTHER CONCEPTUAL FRAMIEWORKS ~ ALIDITY, RELIABILITY, AND UTILIT OF THE TEST OF ATTENTIONAL AND INTERPERSONAL STYLE by Robert M. Nideffer, July, 1978 ry L! 0 t') () 7(I f1 2. 0 2
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_ , 50331 0083 ~ " S.P. E '... ~~~ ~ 111 1te 2- ? 3 .a 6-4-0 ~~E~~~~~ rtfg.- Chem. Aerosol Vek~s- 38 /(3) .. (19G7) 51.;53: Propertics, uses and some methods of manufacture Menthol is one of the a,ost imponant and interestinJ of the krpene atcohots• and about one thousand tons per year is produced. It f nds use in the eosmetic industry and in aromatics and medicine; it is the ch:ef const tuent of the essential oil of peppermir.t, and. at vresent- a large part of the annual produeticn of menthol is derived from this source. However, due to the ever inereasing demand for mentaol throughout the vrorld, eonsider- abte attention is now being directed towards purely synthetic methods of productron- utilrsing as raw materials substancPs which are cheap and easily available. The drff culty is that the nenthots are isomeric in character, and the isomer which is in greatest demand is the laevo (-) menthol. The o;her isomers are of relatively I ttte interest, being vastly inferior to the (-) menthol in odour, taste and cooling effects. Hence, any synthetic route to menthol must lead. ultimately, to the taevo isomer; the problem is thus sicrcochemicai in nature. - - - Natural menthol, known also as peppermint eamphor, is obtained from peppermint oil, either by cooling the latter to the • point at which menthol will crystaltize, or by /racGonatdrstdlation of the oil. Chinese peppermint oil, obtained (rom the mentha •rvensis var. glaorata, arid Jaoar.~s:" oi!, obtained from mentha arvensis var. o;oerasccns. are the usual sources: they are richer neoisomenthol, (_) neoisomenthol. Mignat and Norsch', in their excellent review of inenthols, report the following data for the i:oment: Isomer Nlelting point Boiling point Density 20 4 (-) menthol 41-42'C 216'C . / 0.904 (:) menthol 38 216 0.904 (+) neomenthol -22 212 0.6995 (_) neomonthol 53 212 0.903 (+) isomenthol 82.5-83.5 219 - (1) isomenthol 53.5 219 (+) neoisomenthol - 8 215 0.9110 (1) neoisomenthol 14 215 ~ 0.913 Of interest is the fact that the racemie menthol exists in two cryttalfiiS*- forms; melting ar2o \C and Jts'i.,-respectiveiy. Data for menthol tabulated in various world pharmacopoeias refer only to the (-) menthol, since, as has already been em- phasised, this particular isomer is the only one which is, at present, of therapetrtic intere:L All isomi respond to the following two identification tests: (1) The pruducuon of an orange-yellow colour on additicn of in_the terpone alcohol than is the American varictv, ot)tarned Aom Y T 1 Ce of a solution of vanillin iri Sulphurie ecid to 10 mg of 0 6 0 0 n
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50331 0112 TGN- ~/}hYilGr.~c r~:.cf L'a i Ii. _tfcr.'1''""i ` i.;~ ~f~ts1 ~~-w,rC~R 0 dA r GA ~~~orv X r~ cff6~tlr v~prl~/ e~RQOwjAc.rssp/~'}t~so.~~r.o,~~~10~~~ SI,r r~ES/&He. LgisR R,E.1 cToP. S~OX%D/`tT~.0 4~1lc'A DiA T"id/ Ci EMISTRY eo lell:14, AND I9 4.ir PHYSICS OF CARBON A Series of Advances F-drred by PHILIP L:: W.! LKER, JR: DLTARTHFIT Of FIIEL SCIEVCE 77{E tENISYLS•AV1A SIATE UT7VERSITY IJNIVERSRY IPAAr- tEM•KYLVANtA Q 5~ 0n I d U 2 0 7~; VOLLT4E.1 --3
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50331 0086 ' ere Chemistry U VOLUME 46 (MAt 1969 NUMBER )V7.7i 80 II Po S.P. The Microscopic Structure of Popped Cereals' ROGER M. REEVE and afo"~",aiNAiKER;=Jr4 Western Regional Research Laboratory, ARS, USDA, Albany, California ABSTRACT The dos rrtrs of ins ex nded b• in show difierent de rees of ra a ) popp B e en p g g p starch nule latinization In barleY and wheat which do not expand e ra 8 • 8 p•eatly, some starch granules undergo complete gelatinization without ap- i y preciable granule expansion; other gelatinized granules appear to have ex- I p~snded and fused. Localized cell-wall rupturing occurs when the kernels split open; a few intracellular voids or enlarged bubbles oc.ur in the gelatinized starch as a result of popping explosion. Ungelatinized and partly gelatinized starch granules predominate immediately beneath the aleurune ard near the scutellum. Localized cell-wall rupturing also occurs in expanded endo- of popped grain sorghum or milo, popcorn, and dert corn, but the sperms spongy, expanded endosprrms cousist of intact cclls within v%hich the celat- inized starch forms a characteristic "soap-bubble" structure. Gelatinized j. granules expand directly to form the individual bubbles. Expansion is much less pronounced in dent corn than in milo and popcorn, in Which more cell rupturing occurs to form voids. The soap-bubble structure also is less ex- F•; tensively developed in all poorly popped kernels. Some unaltered and partly gelatinized starch is present immediately beneath the aleurone and near the scutellum, even in fully popped kernels. Differences in distribution of horny Dand floury endosperm, and differences in their protein content influence the ~1~•t1~J r ~..g/g ~ ~_ ~"~ _-, ~ l
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Feedlot 10 80 II Po S.P. ' NbT bIR GRAIN POPPING ~- E,riro.'s twre: 7Yris article Je- scMbing the concrpr and prarsa of Aof air "ri poppinR r•ar ! preportd bul _ /M~~ 'r aurhors re rDA's Asricudrrof Rrsearch Service a the K'rnrrn Re`ionaf Reseanch Loborororr, A)bany, CGI. L%OR F.CONOINIC SURVIVAL, j` prrttat day feedlot operations muat be ef8cient as possible. Studier have shown that processing gnin to incrrase ita digestibility is an efrec- ove way to ioacase feed e8iciency, but the best way to achieve this result has not beeo clearly demonstrated (1-6). A variety of processes ha.r been proposed. induding grinding (1). aimpiog (steam rolling), and Baking r, ~ Y (steam rolling to extn thin flakes) (2), ' .,-,....,. be done by spraying a small amount of water onto the popped grain prior to t+olling; enough to increase the mois• ture content to about 1 g-20 %. Evap- orative cooling in an air-convc% •or beings the final product back down to a moisture level of 12-13 R. GRAIN POPPER The grain is popped in specifically designed equipment shown diagram- atically in Figure 2. Air is heated hy direct combusrion of natural gas and is then tnixed and delivered by a centrifugal impeller into a surround- iog circular plenum. The discharge frota Ihe plenum is in the form of a narrow circumferential slot through which the air enters the r.dially com- partmentitcd popping chambers. The grain is blown by the incoming air up to the top of the ehamber, falls back down to the Lotton) ..f th~ 10nr partment, slides or rolls down the in- dined s,vface back toward the circumferential air slot, and is then beat requirement is approximateh• 600,000 Btu. per ton of grain. About 70% of the heat input is absorbed bv the grain. Heating the combustion air from ambient temperature to the ex- haust temperature of approximateiy 450'F. accounts for another 12•^c of the total heat input. The rest of the heat is Iost to the surrounding stmos- pbere. The grain moves into and out of the popper in one of two difter.nt wa),. In one design, the partitions forming the popping chambers re.oke around tbe suction duct leading to the cen- trifugal impeller. Grain is fed into the top of the popper at one point. falls into a popping chamber, and is th.n conve.ed around to a discharge chute. The loading and imloading operationm are repeated uquentially from one cornrartment of the popper to the aezt. In the second design. the entire body of popping chambers revohcs 0 6 n 0 n n 0 19 90
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50331 0119 . A'1. L. Ir. Green and P. Posr•ell ~ Chaptcrs 13 and 14 of Comprehensive Inorganic Chcmistry ` J ~ PERGANION PRESS ORGANOMLTALLIC ' CHEMISTRY PBRGAr4ON TEXTS IN INORGANIC CUET1tSTRY, VOL. REF The Chemistry of 151 Sn t CARBON N 1973 A. K. Holliday, G. Hughes and Mr Rx::Walker_ QD E• Bailar, Jr. OXFORD . NEW YORK . TORONTO SYDNEY . PARIS . BRAUNSCHWEIG _,.~~...~ ~. ..: . ~~. • - M ~. 0 6 0 0 rl ll U 2 L:~ :~ . +
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50331 . 0122 ~ ~~~` T~ ~ ~, t: r. s 2. ; .,S'fANIEY:M~ ~Wktkio~-,; Editor & Publisher ~ ;~~ ~::~.~i. s' ~s'l±:i/S. 1F. G. SANDERS Tfasiness nnd l;dilorin! OJJicc: Managing Editor 1716 F.ast Scrolid Strert, P.O. l3ox 279 ~ . &JOWh l'lainx, New jer-,cy 0"r07G 1 Tel. 201-;t??.-82?S t 0 10 0 0 - tl q 0 .?. 03 5
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50331 0123 - , i VI i Tol9e5 C1.hYPS`I'ATiC CLL'.'-1'OICS.'rTS I.21 't`1:E GAS P9AS,a Ci' C1G'1A'~~~`'u 4S',0lMr by w^ t~-rj, 'red R. and Jobn Eo Kiefera Tobftcco Chemists R-:s.arch ConAerencej lgth, Paper; Lexin; tona Kentucly.. (October 226-2$0 1955) 0 11 -=-r;T-,----- -,r~7...-_ 0 6- 0 0 ()t1 0 2 0 ..~ 0
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50331 0110 ~ ~ Jour»al of Dcsircl Rrirarch (1074). 41, 73-80. ~ i, xxIMeF-> 9=74 Formation of snethy1 ketones during ripening ~ • . of Cheddar cheese • R:'nN n A. It. KFLN New Zcaland Dairy Itesearch Inslilule, Pahnerslon Norlh, New Zealand . ' - • (Reccivul 22 .llay 1973) rn` r"V ----~ -~ - - _ i SUINfNHARl. Cheddar cheeses made using single strains A.llf2 and IIP of Slreptococcus cremoris as starter were analysed for meth1•1 ketones during ripenin ; at 7`C. The lwel of odd-numbered C3-CJS methyl l:etoncs increased very slowly in all cllceses and at maturity represented only 15-20 % of the level potentially available from the degradation of csterificd f3-ketoalt:anoic acids of milk fat in cheese. The potential for formation of the methy1 ketones in unripened cluese curd was similar to the sum of free and potentially a,ti•ailable ketones in mature chcese which suaoests that the odd- numbered ketones once formed are not• reduced or otherwise debr^,?rd b;; the normal cheese microliora. Si'gi:i; cant variations Nvere observed in the level of 2-butanone, • which, in sonie cases, far exceeded the quantity which coukl be formed by break- ' down of /l-kctovalcric acid. Orb nolcntic evaluations and comparison of the levels of inethy1 kctones present in mature chcese with published threshold data suogest that while the methyl l:etones may contribute to flour_,t-hc_y_do_.uol;!vtltn, 0 fi 0 f) 1? t1 i1 ?. U~:~
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50331 0131 .1P >»ia11; "',fbepli~"f: ~(trditor)' Sorgluun production and utilization; major fe.ed and food crops in agriculture and food series. Editors: Joseph S. Wall land~ Willi:im M. Ross. 1Yestport., Conn., Avi Pub. Co., 19 7 0. x, 702 p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliographies. . 1. Sorghum. I. Wall, Joseph S., 1923- ed. It. Ross, Willfam M., 1912- ed. S132 35.SG2 633'.174 78-1043-12 S13N s7o55-4GJ-1 ~~ DiARU Lilonry of Congress 70 171
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ii Me, k --2 ,fs.P . ~' SEWAGE SLUDCiES- ....,...,.,_ IE/Ianagement Aspects for ~...,and Application ~ _ RM "?Tr `'iv y:,.OHN M:~:WAI,~iFR J Land utilization for sludge disposal has become necessary because of fuel and fertilizer thortages and the necessity to clcan up and preserve the environntent. Land utilization is cornplicated by the pubiic's psychological objectic,ns; wastewater treatment authorities' and others' unfamiliarity with sludge us: constraints; odor; Heather; cropping systcm; pathogens; and excessive amounts of ritroRen, phosphorus, salh, and trace elements. This paper discusses management o` these lintitinp factors to reduce detrimental and enhance beneficial effects of using sludge. This paper also discusses sludge handling and incorpo- ration techniques inclt!diug irrigation, injection, land sprradinp, trenching, composting, and heat-dryinh, and proposes a balanced system of alternatives for use and disposal. 1\tultilevel guidelines ure suggested for sludge use svhich include cunservative fertilizer rate use on farmland and more liberal soil conditioner fertilizer rate use on ms+rginal lanc (both svith minintal ntonitorin);) and high rate application in trenches or on the soil sur- face on dedicated lands (with considerable monitoring). A procedure is described for a ~ ~~ 0 0 f) () lj ? ll 0 11-A 50331 0095
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50331 0109 XX jiCF-I}-W-74 ' 1 Jou.rut of Dniry Rtsroreh (Ifli1) 41 OG-71 ; • Dincetyl, ncetoin; 2,3-butyleneblycol, 2-butanone and 2-butanol . • concentrations in ripening Cheddar clzeese , BY A. R. KEEN AaD Neto 9•ealand Dairy Research Instihcte, Palnicrslon 1Yorth. Yew Zealand. - ~(ReeciLed 22 May 1973) SvwunY. Diacetyl, acetoin, 2,3-butyleneoh•col, 2-butanone and 2-butanol con- oantrrtions have beeii determined In ripened Cheddar cheese made using Slreptococcus _ diaalilaclis DP,C l orStr. cremoris A3IZ or HP as starter culture. Diacetyl content was found to be initially hioher in the DRC 1 cheese than in the other 2 cheeses, presum- ably because this starter readily ferments citrate. The disappearance of acetoin ti appears to be related to the formation of 2,3-but)•lenealycol in DRC 1 and A3Iz C~20CSCS, b11+• ^nt ;^ :in :uji.cLe. Only traCe P.iuv.;a;ts •of 2-butanone and 2-butanol •rere observed in the 3 cliceses even thouoh the concentration of a postulated pre- _ earsor, 2,3-butS•lencol3-col, was present in considerable concchtration in the DRC i and A312 cheeses. Analysia of a number of mature :1\t, ~1nd HP cheeses selected at random indicated the presence of 2-butanonc in onlt' a few of the .1.lIZ checses. It is ~ u~xtcd th t tl~is com~ncl may _ ~_havc ai;iscn_fr_o_ni tlic pies_encg_o Cz 1m icr0.2L:.1ni {, f l n`1 ~
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50331 0128 ---- .---.. _._ _ -- - _. _._...,.._....4~__~_....,......~_...._..._.___. 73 VII Ba A TOBACCO--CELLS/ , -, ... - :, :... . TOEACCO--AGRICULT.URE/ .. . .. RJ^ CUSS `;(). P,.''?HLET 73 VIT ;a Baut, °. S.; 1;. S.; _ Scholes, V. F.) (`;orth .~x. St. !'•:o1. Sci., D2ntcn,Te::., (:.S.( Bour & Scho:es), • .:AS:? :'.:r.::cd S^.i~~ c_~c:aft Cec:t., U.S. Dcp. ? ~ _:, Forest Se-v. Prev. ,...eul. Div., i'custon, l'.S. r-s~law) ; Tex. A6S C:-,iv. , Dep, Ylatlt Sci., Co Sta., Tex., U.S. (:?011i':•a11).) 11. , `.'.OP.?:?.^.'_i:,^:Y OF :tiIC0.i..':A '::.21:::'..'•! CF.LLS G?:C.•N' tN CCNTLCT ~~IT?i LUNAR A'_yTERI:,L. Can. Jcur. bot. _: (:,o. 1) 151-56 (1973) (i n English) . T__ 43ccA.?;7 i~1? -tt','-A1
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50331 0127 0 S. Wiere Have All the Toxic Chemicals Gone? Reprinted, with permission, by the Office of Solid Waste Management Programs, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, from Tiarch-April 1973, Volume 11, Number 2 issue of Ground Water L~ 6 tl o n 0 U?. o n :~
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50331 0136 ~ 1 0 a California Air Resources Board \-. CHARACTERIZATION OF ORGANIC PARTIC UIJITE :•L1TTER (Contract No. ARB 5-682) Research Section P. 0. Box 2815 Sacramento, CA 95812 Final Report epared for: July 1977 by c II MeA1-78 S.P. CA/DOfI/A11!I,/SI'• . , ~, . P6 279 20 B. R. Appcl, E. M. Hoffer, 1d. Haik, E. L. Kothny, R. L. KniChts* and J. J. Wesolowski Air and Indu;trial Hygiene Laboratory 0 ;Sn O {1,0lJ 2 Laboratory Services Branch California Department of Health 2151 I3erkeley Way a
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`3 X Da CA';Ci:i;--GcO :i IC:AL/TO!;AC:;O---S*+0'.:It;(:----FF,VORA; :.1: LITF1':~'U?.1:~ 50331 SitO:;Ial; AND t1F T 0134 , ~t!~oTs' itle: .U. iI/ Dav:s, D. "^ (liziversit7 College, Lendon, ::aglar_d; V;Prican Eroad:.asting, Conpany, New York, N. Y . ) YC}J A.ti'D TN° YEAR 2000 - Villa Cambo Valley in Ecuador . c ltef. : Note: Arerican Broadcasting Com. pany, Radio ::ews Tane, Veu* York (April 13, 1973) A radio interview with Dr. David Davis, an MD who has saent some t;.Lz:a in t:ie above mentioned isolated valley _n t'cuudor, vhere an unusually high percentage of the necnle are in their 60's and up. In spite of this, cancer seems to be virtually ur.kno:,-n. During the interview, it is r.,entioned that the natives drink rum and srioke about 4C-60 cigarettes per day. F i lrc~z.~c
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50331 0132 {Qt) i 271 r- ~ Ge Ccarka, Cbsr. 1c,r. W. QUt,TikXTAT1'V): GLS"LIQe:iti COY fa3Z2.0 lsCIPS IN 'c.P.OT2?:IS At:D BLOLwICAL ':LYSUNCCS, K::Crn, we=i:i.cYo, r_ ~d Micro s.rc•,rhMa, by Ch-nr1ez 1.'. G:.L•ska, lkr-a Raach, j:obCrt 4.'. Ltr.,s,r:at, DuAd L. StrlZirG, "d U^Lry L. Wa?1 1 y 1013 YageB l.nr,bytical B3och?m•tatry _ Columbia, Ho. Laboratc+rlcs, 7r.c. ( ~ ~ : ,.0 0 a 0 -4
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50331 0138 9 I 78 XI Adl-81 S.P. RJR CIA SS NO. PAMPHLET 78XI Adl-81 s.p. ADMEN SAY 'BRAND PERSONALITY' IS AS CRUCIA L AS THE PRODUCT. Wall St. J., p. 21 (Aug.,13, 1981) (in English) Brand personality is.being embraced by.some agencies and their clients as the elusive quality)that separates exceptional advertising from the ordinary. Marlboro has it for ezample, but Pall Mall doesn't. Charmin toilet paper does, too, but Scot Tissue doesn't. Rool Aid has it: Wyler's powdered beverages don' t.. .. _. .~ i3- 2- 0
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TOBACCO ECONOMICS/ CIGARETTEh--TAXES/ 50331 0142 '' RIR CLASS NO PAMPHLET . -, 72X~ I;e -76 THE CIGARET,.TAX LESSON. S : 2 Wall St.,Jour. 1976, p. 18 (Feb. S, 1976) (in English) l l f) 0 n n o9 0 .1; 5..
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50331 0144 XI Me~-74. ~.:. Ci,AS.~ NO.~ pAftl'IIL~T `XI Me1_7'i '~. COMP11NIfLS C1:AP. UP TO GET SUBSTITUTE FOR TOBACCO ON LINE. ; Wa11 St. Jour. 1974, p. 22 (June 11, 1974) (in l:nglish) *1974, No. 11, W 4745* *d* Tol11acco manufacture (economics) : a /~ V' \~ l) :~ ^ t= ~.i ~ t..1 .) ~
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50331 0145 AChI.N . RJR CLASS NO. PA`;PHLET 75 XI 1da FAP.I•tL•'R.S I1ICREASE T0BACC0 AGII:ACS 12% AS CIGARi:T CO:;SU:9'TIOa PiC?:`: Lr Wall St. Jour. 1975, p. 3_4 (July 21, 1975) (in ]:n-1ish) *1975, No. 14, W 5321x *d-" Tobacco econondcs:
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CJiEWING GUM/SMOKING !{ABITS--Rk.LINQUISHING/ -50331 0140 .r. 76 XI Wa-77 RJR CLASS NO. PAMF'HLET 76 XI Wa-77 s.p. S.P, VAX Oournal- ANTISZ:O}:I1dG GIt•2tICKS CONTINUE TO STRIKE OUT. Wall St. Jour. 1977, p. 1 (June 30, 1977) (in English) A':_Tij~lO"+11G GI~1'd1C~(S cont:nue lo ~ str:ke_ out. A nlcot:ne CheNlng mim devel- ~ op%a In Sx•rden h^lped 445c of Lhe srr.okers ~%+fio tricd it brclk the 1:abit• but rr.oyt went ~ back to kmoking when they could r,o lonoer get the gum. And Lr•sides, resen: ct:ers were ~ cor.cerned that•chitdren oettir.o hold of the gum would beconne adr'cted and )ater be- ~ come srnokers. ,, n ~ : ~s ~. ~, , 71. ' l 1 , ll r, ~ I, i:• 11 a
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50331 0099 ,~, 7i> ji. K01CE= This material may be protected by Copyrieht Law (Title 17 U. ~ N FEBRUARY 1969, a large meteorite fell near Pueblito de Allende, Mexico. Analysis indi- 78 III Py cated that more than 50 different organic coin- pounds were present in that meteorite. The technique used to obtain this data was pyroly- sis gas chromatography (PGC), a relatively , simple but versatile method for analyzing or- ganic materials. . ~~• Pyrolysis gas chromatography, although a recent analytical technique, actually, is a com- bination of something old and something new. Pyrolysis, or controlled thermal fragmentation, , ; ~-. . . unit in rubber. - . :c prene was isolated from the pyrolysis of natural rubber thereby identifying it as the monomeric ' •~ has been. used for many years to elucidate or- :' ganic structures. More than 100 years ago iso- _:.. Gas chromatography, on the other hand, has g#r widr fartte i~}~th~4ast~~ ~- ~ year~as ~ f ari=extr'em~t + potve~fGl altd sfnsittdeat~alytit:al method-but with limitations. The material to s a;. o Or. Clarence J. Wolfe manayer 'Itificd. I'yrolysis tcm- chemical physics research Dr..Ram J. Levy associate scientist and to'fi n Q, ~ig~ associate scientist 1tleDannell Douglas Corp. Research Laboratories from 500 to 900 C. partner for gas chro- rolysis devices ca n be gas chromatographic ty and a suitab:c gas -an resolve a pyroly- y specific pattern of pi:aKg; ur pyrugrain. design simplicity is a mixed blessing The simple construction of pyrolysis de- vices has encouraged many workers to design their own pyrolysis units or modify existing units or designs. The ease with which a system can be constructcd, howevrr, has been a mixed blessing. , The number of units described so far in the literature, for eYarnple, almost equals the number of publications dcalini! with the tcch- ni ue. As a result, interlaboratory reproduci- I
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50331 0141 SAYS. ; . . . . ~ -. _ .. _ 78 XT Adl-RO S.P. R.TR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 X'I Adl-80 s.p. =,WilI re,et,To.urnala CICARET LABELS MAY NEED CHANGE TO ALERT PREGNANT WOMEN, SURGEON GENERAL Wall St. Jour. 1980, p. 5 (Jan. 15, 1980) (in English) 0 0 2 0 ~ fy , ~ . ./ .
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50331 0135 I Oct. 1978 82 II Ha Abstracts Circulation, Vols. 57,58, Suppl. II. ./ r 1EUTROPHIL 11EDIATED, CO>1PLENIENT N- p.0-2~o DEPENDE!~T ENDOTHEL141. INJURY BY NU- 551 OTOxIN ./ nr. Hnr1e '-* - oQ%v~~`al{.-,Laurence A. Harker and Gary E. Striker. Departments of Medicine and Pathol- ogy. Univ,*sity of Washington, Seattle, Washington The mechanism of endotoxin-induced endothelial cell (EC) Snjury has been Ivestigated in vitro using cultured human EC in a Cr-release microcytoto- xicity assay. Highly purified lipopolysaccharide (lipid A) and complement (C) components were used in a serum-free system in order to define the role of individual mediators. Exposure of EC to endotoxin (E) from 2-24 hours produced minimal injury (specific release < 5%) in concentrations up to 100 ugiinl. C added simult++neously with E or to EC monolayers prcincubatcd with E also gnve < 5% specific releuce. In contrust, the simultnneous addition of neutrophits with E produced significant EC injury with specific releaie of 2U'e compared with neutrophil controls (p< 10-4 ). Similar relcasc was also produced by the addition of neutrophils-5to an EC monolayer pre- Incubated with E(p< 10 ) In ury was detectable at r neyttoph/1(EC']btiob!as <['iOw j~ 2 to 1 and with E coiicFntrlttion-~/ef 10 ng/m1. The addition of C did not enhance thia neutrophil-mcdiated EC injury (p> 0.5).
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50331 0125 1 I . 4 NICOTINE--DETER.*1INATION/TOBACCO--NITROGT:N/ KJELDAHL NITROGEN DETERMINATI0N(TOBACCO) WITH TECHNICON DIGESTOR/TECHNICON AUTOANALYZER/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--TECHNICON AUTOANALYZER PdLINICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS A serios of monographs and textbooks., j~t, 3/ EDITOa Morton K. Schwartz MTENUOUS ' THEORY AND PRACTICE : William B. Furman National Center tor Drug Ana/ys%s Foodand Drug ACministrat,on St. Louis. I/issowi with a chaptor on THEORETICAL ASPECTS by - P1 H. C.~Urlafker~ Mcl.taster Univoisi y M.c d.ca! Cen:ra HamrltG% Q':lario MARCE EKKER, INC._ _New York and ?asel _______ t I
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50331 0117 0 Mikrochimica Acta (wicnl 19771, 37-60 1111KROCIIfMICA ACl'A . i © by Springcr-vertag 1977 Department of Chcmistry, Univcrsir.• of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, a Y 1 f Canada N9B 3P4 / 77 ITF- Na . i ~ Alkyl Kctoximes as Analytical Rea~cnts. IX i The Determination of Trace Amounts of 4 alladium in a Nickel-Copper Matte ~ ~ R. J. Walker aild \N'. J. Holland ~ . ~ (Received .-lrrgrist 3, 1976) 3 ~ ~. The work described in this communication constitutes part of a continued investigation into the u>e of alkvl ketoeimes as reagents for the quantitative separation of palladium from the other platinum # metals and associated base nietalst-d S I 4 . This work outlines a practical application of the 4-hcptanone ~ A oxime extraction procedure to the determination of trace amounts i I 3 of palladium in a complex marrix. In a previous communications a procedure was outlined for the quantitative separation of po t ~.: 6 ;o t) j amounts of palladium from mo amounts of nickel, copper or iron in synthetic systems. Experimental 2 ' -~ n Aypar.rtus Sreetrophotonutric measurements were made with a Beckman-DB e speetrophotometer using 1.00-cm matched cells.
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50331 0147 XI Coir77 S.P. 0 .~ a ~~ RJR CLASS NO. PARPtiLET XI / Co l-7 7 s. p. WaU,,Street Journal6 H0W A STOCK'S PLITJGE KILLED BROY.ERAGE FIR2t, -COST INVESTORS MILLIONS. Wall St. Jour. 1977, p. 1(Apr. 14, 1977) (in English) iPlease continue to read all of the article as R. J. Reynolds Industries is mentioned in the latter part of , the article. i 06 n t1 n n 02 0& 0
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50331 0120 ~4 . ,.•. . , ~ ~ ., wa EST1a~ATION oF'-rjiL;-- pf4g^8tt.iTy OF WCURRrrue OF A 1?1.51E;A5~ .4S A FUNGTiLN OF S~gAL 4ARF/aFJi4._5 ~~RC 681 7r..~.-r-.---~•-"':'~-f-•
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50331 0116 SMOKING HABITS--WOMEN/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCH0L0GY/ 80 X Wd, RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 X Wal 171i8Il~;~'~ ':`~'. r Nicolay, R. C. ; Kluczny, R. and Riedel, R. G. (Loyola Univ., Chicago, 111. and Baral College) PSYCHOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF SMOKING Jour. Clinical Psychol. 25, p. 42-44 (1969) (in English) Fifty nonsmoL-ing and 22 emotang femslo undcr"uates were comFarod on thirty-six varisbles. Smokers were fou :d: (a) To have more nrobtems arxi bo mn:p uvdous; (b) to be sa inteJi:ent as nonszr.okers; (c) to be 1em intemsted ia science and music; (d) to be fr-...nkcr in resoondi.nq to paper and Fencil pcaonniih+ twia: (e) to die.likc more foods than noz_.nuokess: (r) to come from the Fsrae size rsmLiPs as do non9mokess; snd, (g) to be no more dominant than nonzmokcrs. Amount of smoking wsa positive!c re!stcd to auvety (p <.AS) and negatirely to musical ' and litcmry interesta (p < .05). ~---- f a n U~ U?. 9 U f~ n(l n
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50331 0?49 I Wa5 , -Watt-Srf'olil` Journal. MISCELLANEUUS COLLECTED MATERIAL. ti. , 12.~.1, 4l J 0 11 2. ..tj - ;') 2,.
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50331 0129 b:t'. f-l-;SIiII.-E, i:°.:.'.~~-[.'..l.lJ-:: Uy :'i:o^.?£r > • New ds?•it+.:ti.»--s a{ \3. 1.0"ilP!iunu . J Rnc,^nf_ki Ci:cnS;A 1:0 (: a. 7/8) I23.~.-41 0 .,.'.--z ...~.._,..~-..,t.~. i-] n ! 1 _ (7 U 2
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"no m-_ \10, -V 50331 0148 S.P. SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHING/ ACUPUNCTURE/ . • r ~ . .~: , , ,~..•,: ~; ~ ; °,~~ ~ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 XI Wa-81 s.p. LEND US YOUR EARS: HERE'S A SHARP WAY TO GIVE UP SMOKING. Wall St. J. p. 1 (Dec. 28, 1981) (Eng) . A desperate reporter turns to acupuncture for help; don't laugh, itE working.... (WIL 218 DOC 4) 1982, # 1, W Ta(b) (TP) 16 a p f, ~ n rl n 0?. 0~ 1
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50331 01 52 RJi; CLASS tM. Yh* ~'i1LL'T VIII 2-ieZ-7G s. ~. ~s22'St'Y~~C'Jovrttgl ~ - - A TAX POSTSCRIPT TO COLUMIA UNIVERSITY'S GREAT FILTER FIZZLE: Wall St. Jour. 1975, p. 1(Dec. 10, 1975) (in English) *1975, No. 24, W 8566* *d* Tobacco economics: r,
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I 0 n •,I•s ~ SJ:~rr1:S 0!j.a ~U::1(l;S o 01(1 S.11•. ~ ~'q(ncutli,:~ l~l .,'aul[a ' I•ap v. ua•:q sal .CI?;iu!j;n a~,'U lnr[ s~tlslll:~s I a., ;:L l.lt~:;, a;A,. :5::--5 li-;u;,~ V- J str:;•,c); 3" lt.~i sla::u!u; 2Z AiCO J1J.:~ ! ~ 1 i1 a:( . -, '5v~I UI 'O~i2 S=i'.~:~ jl%.l!) °CT r's.lm;:;c1je; ate r.:.;.{ slyl s; l~n(,a:~9i~p tn CGS'F al{I 1~':,L l<<rr,r ~{L::U uuiJ~[ ~ ~~ jy S;JL :iul •t0r.: ~C(;c.~l,:r:; •: ',(~.ttt~.: ~Cll;~~~tu;~ t:Ol . I•a:,niiJ Y 0{ n°'t_plr,a3a 's[u.l,:njs a3.;iloa. . (t[sTl'3u21 uE) (/_Cr~i `S[ '30(A) [ 'J `LLtiT 'znoi. •IS TIUM ':[ 'l'[UO ..'SS;C1 :)?:I?i0KS aaV .i'LLIL::•L1Vddv `51.x"c(Ifl.LS ~[J L/--U:1 IX 9C .I"I"[llJi•:VJ SSt•'i:) Ji'a ~ ,.~ d * S /SZti IQ[1ZS--SZliidll 9,fI:I01vS l.L-VM JX 9L EUL0 t££OS
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50331 0150 0 . . t 72 XI Re -7z, g.P 2 ~r11-. S'treet7.Journal ~ ~_ . .'- 1 RJR CLASS NO. PAPii'HLET 72 XI Re2-77 s. p. NEW ZEALAND PLANS LEVY ON CIGARETS AND LIQUOR. Wall St. Jour. 1977, p. 26 (July 22, 1977) (in ~/7he 15?7 budget presented by P.ime ibfintster and Flnance Mtnater Robert ~ n :> A n rl Q D. Muldoon-levies a new ta~c of atvut ~ one U.S. cent on each pack of 20 dga- rets and• about one cent on.a glacn of ~ beer and a nlp o! sptrita.,. English)- 1
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~, t? C1! . :~ U L`, -c? u i;sst) 6L5-sss t~ •~r!) oz •aoois aTn-ra •;mor T~ r is3 ' S 1~~ ~~:~ •A Aq 'k'mdxS `d NI SiIS •A +rxnaN IM - - LE LO lEEOS
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Rsf ; Z~ ico 7 C4)a A.$I3lE VTATJCI?.S--i?^RIOD7C!iL T TTLvS/ 1s irl ~3 ~, { C.rs~.a....wsw.e.a.~.w..«.w~.....+..~.rye...,.~o..r+r..+e.v+~.c......r..y...r+.E ~ ~ a=~s+i~ Z+.ZGadsl~'Ys»~~ } t -L '~~ ~--~ ' ~~1~ ' 1:~ l.i: AB')3'RJFJV1tATI CQ112~1 lICJ C. rMARD NVALL. I1cad Librarian The tlrrivcrsity of :11ic11ioart Dearborn Carlljaus LiLrary ~ a GALE RLCI:AI:Ctf COtitPA\Y • I:OOK :Ott"(:K • DETROIT. M1CIf1GAti 48214, 19t. -50331 0130 0 i, f! 7 c, ~~ t) : C'+ 4 ;~
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S0331 01 54 XI Co -81 S.P.1RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Col-81 s.p. TOBACCO INDUSTRY. Wall St. Transcript, p. 61,257+ (Apr. 20, 1981) (in English) A TWST Roundtable Discussion....
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50337 0756 » . . U. S. -- SnCIAL CCN*)ITICNS/U. S.--F.C(1NCMIC CCNDTTIO`S/ FORFCASTINC/CCONMIC FORF.CASTI"JC;/ 0 HC 106 Mo 1977 TIIE STREET JOURNAL -'° VLLJ'TS'- edited by Donald Moffitt .:iPTCA Wr.. T MORROW _..._ ., DOW JONES OOOKS PNNCETON. NEW JERSEY
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50331 0157 fD1;;ULLIC_!?i:AL'r1j„~i,1LT1"~C;'r.'/..taAL1.ACE/' _ _ r . RJR CLI. SS L;0, PA'I-?IiLET 74 X Col j Colurrbia 13rcadcastinS Syste:a, \ew, York, :;. Y. , U. S. : SCRIPT F0,^, C:;S TV NET::O.^.?: 1 i:JG t:'Lf "SIXTY ::I:;UTES" 0:: S:,Oi:I~;C IdAltCii 3, 1974. liill f:no~~1Co:~, Inc., 1974, 6 p. 3, 1974) (in En&lish) *1974, ::o. 5, Z. 1375* *d* Tobacco cieclicine: x 1 rs .i c) r l7 ~ ~~ t.J j :i
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50331 0155 SUSAN~BLACK (Analyst of tobacco stocks, Drexel Burnham Larnbert)/ LOUIS AUKEYSER/ TOBACCO--ECO:IO?tICS/ • RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 76 XI Wa-79 s.p. 76 XI Wa-79 S.P. "TOBACCO: PUFFED PROFITS?" Wall St.. Week television show transcript, 1979, p. 9-17 (Feb. 2, 1979) • _~.~._-_...___~----------------_.-_ ------ -_----~~--- . (in English) ~Attached is •the transcript for the 1 television show "Wall Street'Week" featuring 'Louis Rukeyser and Susan Black. Ms. Black, ~of Drexel Burnham Lambert, is an analyst ~ ~of tobacco stocks. ' iThe program appeared on February 2, 1979 ,and was titled: "Tobacco: Puffed Profits?" J 03 ,~
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50331 0160 ~ Ss;;i lcy, J, il.; b.a.llyAi Cl.~'; fiYR CL.1SS ?;O. YA`'"i?LI•;T Add 71 \%YL i•::.': 72 Et~erct te, C. ; Collins, G. 13. ; I,i_ttoa,ttoa, C. C. U P .~ . . T.EgS, (University Ky. , Coll. Agr., A gr. i:xn. Sta., Dop. Agron. Plant Pr.tl,ot., 3 Lcxinl;ton. !:;•. , U. S. ) ~ ?:?:NTllCI;Y FUnT_1:Y T0'.; ;CCO \'.~It1::T Y TESTS 196/4-70. a i'niv. }:y. , t:cll . I.,:r. Ex p. St.a., U^p. ASron. Plant I'.:thol.. , ~ I_cxi.r.:,tor., ,:y. , 11 p. (1972) (ir: I:ri;;li sl;) ~ 1 ~ ~ ~ t ~ . i:3 s72, :vo. 7, W 2G30-
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50331 015, TO BACCO--R}IODESIA & NYAS., :.AND/ ' 76 XI Wa--80 , • " S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLI:T 76 XI ti'a-F0 s. p. . m'l~ir , RETUI'.N OF 1t3I0llI:SIAN TOiiACCO TO rIARKETS BLOb7S SMOKE OVER L'. S. FIV01TrP.S' HOPCS. - Wall Street Jour., 19b'0, p. 38, (Feb. 14, 1990) - in l.nElish. jIhe rcapl,e:~rancc of Phodcsian tobacco on. Norld markcts tt ls year threatens fur= thcr lrouLle for U.S. tubacco exporters. ; I3cfore.tradc sanctions were lmposed ]5 years ago, Rhcilesia's tobacco ranked sec• ond in qual(ty, only behind that of. thc U.S. •«'ith sanctions liftcd, tobacco earerts esti• mate that PJia_'es(a could put 210 mi'.!!on to 400 million . l~ounds of tobacco ' oi world markets this year.. slicing into •estimated' U.S. exports of °00 million pounds, valued at., .2.a billion. TLose exports represent ncarly half of expected U.S. tobacco piod. ction In :. 19S0.f_ -. . • .; a
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50331 0103 ~nNyOt 7~ ~J~~ ~kr~. if - 80 ti Ey-81 Affective, physiological, and attitudinal ~ s.P. consequences of audience presence RICHARD J. BORDEN Pttrdrt Uuivsrstity, West Lqfayette, Indtiarw47907 CLYDE HENDRICK Kent State University, Kent, Ohio 44240 and Purdue Uwivernly; r eif cy~fWi,-hidia»a 47907 Numerous soeial facilitation studies have shown that the presence of an audience increases the emission of dotninant responses in a variety of learning•performance situationa. Extending these notions to attitude change, the effecta of audience observation should result in enhanced persuasion whenever acceptance tendencies following a persuasive message are dominant. A persuasive communication which had previously been shown to produce large acceptance responses was presented to male and feinale subjects who were either alone or In the presence of an audience. Contrary to social facilitation expectatiuns, subjects indicated more acceptance of the communication when they were alone. Results of self report affect measures showed that subjects felt significantly more anxious and hostile when they were being observed. Autonomic measures (heart rate and skin conductance) tended to be unrelated to the audience ntanipulation, subjects' fee6ng statos, and their attitudinal reaponses. Apparently, subjects' attitudinal responses were mediated more by competing feelings and cognitions, noncompliance tendencies, and response moderation than han' ms f drfve or arousal. 0 i) 0 0 i1 0 0 ~ ~ ~ t) ' 9
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73 `:I lda 'i ni;E.CCCI--ADL%F.?: T ISEtFI:NTi --50331 0139 i:J:: CLASS NO. Yt."?i:LrT ?3 XI. W~ t!:1 IT On :1I:;'T IT? T,I\0 OF i;F IS ltSS::L?.? i) A ClrAr::"' I'd U7 S(=fTISt:. Wall St. Jour. 3973, P. ??. (Jan. ] ] , 1973) (in !':,--lish) +`•?Q73, No. ]., w 53* *d* 1'obacco eco.^.or:ics : (1 ', (~ n n rl ;) ~ ~,
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50331 0146 2 'l' 1~cer To~c~.o =.• Ad ~tc r . 1LjR CLASS NO. PA2'iF'HLET.F'HLET 76 XI Wa t . FRENCH CABINET ENllORSES BILL TO CUitI3 TOBACCO ADS. Wall St. Jour. 1976, p. 25 (Mar. 11, 1976) (in English). French Cabinet Endorses..'. Bill to Ciirb.Tobacco Ads .. ' .. SneCint to TlibRALL STRLSST J06R\AL^ - PARIS-7r'rance would sharply curb tobacco ailvertising unde:• . a bill en= dorsed by the cabinet. . The bill would ban advartisln- of to-. b3cco products on. private . or state-run radio and telsvision stations. tn mcwie theaters and by posters, brcc5ure3 or ; luminouss advertisements Lz public ; placesy *1976, No. 6, W 2271* *d* Tobacco economics: a L! h ") n i 1 n () 2 V .`; 9 The- prospective legislatlcn also wouid ban free distribution or sale ot ob~ects car.yLn; publicity for tobacco products. Free distribution of tobacco _produtcs for. publicity purposes also I would be outlawed. ! The bill would authorize continued j tobacco advertising in newspapers and magazines, ••but • youth publications would be closed to tobacco products. Claims that tobacco or cigarets have ! medical or he.lltrt QL'aiiti?7 v:ou:cin't be allowed. Tobacco concerns •.vou:dn'C be allo`ved to finar.ce sport3 events except. for current internationzl • automobila races. =. .. _ ... The bill also •w•ou)d ban smokLig ta cert;..la-public placcs.;. . a . ~ 'M
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50331 0165 QL 391 ' - i .0~00OW"W"W. THE BIOLOGY OF PLAtiT PARASITIC NEMATODES. 1963 2E0 p. Edward Arnold (Pubiishers) Ltd. London , 0
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50331 0159 0 ") 1 In IT-*iPs-78 S.P. Resnurce Recovery and Conserualion, 3(1978) 191-199 ~ 191 © Elsevier cientU ic u r ~s ung~umpany, m`slcr ad m= Printed in The Netherlands RECLAIMEI) SEWAGE WATER: A HYDROPONIC GRO1'VTIi INIEDIUM FOR PLANTS &WAl•W1,CE, P.M. PATEL, W.L. BERRY and O.R. LUNT University ojCalijornia, Los Angeles, CA 90024 (U.S.A.) (Received 101.h December 1976) ABSTRACT Reclaimed water from a sewage plant at Calabasas, California was a satisfactory soucce of nutrients, except for iron, for growing crop plants in hydroponic culture under pilot plant commercial conditions. When solutions were renewed and adequate nutrients were present, commercial culture of a number of glasshouse crop plants could be grown with- out toxicity from salt or other materials..The crops were grown at encrgy savings com- pared with standard crop culture in that it was not necessary to use manufactured fer- tilizers. To avoid adding additional soluble nutrients to the sewage water, iron was eupplied either as foliar spray or as insoluble iron oxide applied to plant roots before transplanting. The latter procedure was most satisfactory. Acidification of the water to pH 5 with sulfuric acid also overcame the iron deficiency, but failed to make the plants grow because the su:furie acid increased the availability of other trace metals to the point of excess. After the water had been used in the hydroponic tanks, much of the copper, s'zinFd mapyane9e, iqW, ni,Ckeloead, and some of the nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium had beea strittded fiom1he %4ater. 9
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.50331 0167 REF HA Wa 1975 1 The People's ALMANAC' (414` By DAVID WALLECHINSKY : , ._. and ': t:iRV,ING*zWALLACE,. r "The exact contrary of what is generally bclieved is often the truth." JEAN DE LA RRUYERE ( 16a5-16Q6) DOUBLEDAY & COMPANY, INC. Garden City, New York 1975 : . . . •.. n
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50331 0163 Add 71 VII UnA Ewwallaca; 'A. H. , (Jt.° "Authory Smt2ey, J. !I. ' ia:.y'iJ;,`.;Y DU^,LL•Y TL'2tQ-Q V!',P.2ETr TL'STS 15ti4-69, by J. 11. Sos? zy, A. !:. ;ta11-eeP, Geagge EveEetee, C. C. i.ietan, P. 5. iegg p,-td G. li. CoZFina (Univec,_tity of I:Fn.vcky, Co17 cge of Agriculti.;:e, Aoricultural Eacperiwoi,t 5tation, Progreaa E:%:poxt 189) 1970 ~.0 Pagea bcxiagtaa, ante:.^ky 0 0 ?. U" -1
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50331 0161 ~...~.r..RV.%..'a~...~_....... ~~,s~a~~r...t._.. ,~.__.... ..--,.......___ _~. ... ~....~:.~.~~..:.al....r.._.~ VII Un A l (1969) StaiJ ay, J. H. A 13?IMF.Y TOBACCO VfTIM M.f123!!.~,^.~:.an STUDY, 0:3 1PX~r'F f:F.2-atiC-cY Fn;3'S IN 1966, bj J. H. S.:Eley, V. 0. Atkincoa, A. 11. 4;tt1:.scc, ga3 L. E. Mazaio (Uiiivaruits of tGcctc:a?:y, Ag,riculturD1 ~'.mpnrimen: Stati.an, D, ps.rtment of Aaranotay Progresa Ral,ort 171) 1960 24 Fa^es UnivErs3ty o2 Y.cutuGky ~ Lexin,toa, Yantucky 0
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• A . 'j~7?y,j 'TV~~y L.. vuy •DuI `sntlso:.31H .t4xu:cany:zri 'dd Gvi L:GT Zu j.a'.:.:+::k'.i .?0 1•il•,,~.•"•V t!'l!)r~%: ~`\l Llill)~LA~.t4La.•IJi~ UWJ •V Jr4.LJlI f
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50331 0174 9 CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GEL PERMEATION POLYMERS & POLYMERIZATION--MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION/ QD 281 Am 1981 American Chemical Society, Dept. Educational Activities ACS Audio Courses MOLECUALR CHARACTERIZATION OF POLYMERS By Old Dominion University Norfolk , Virginia includes 6 cassettq tapes + Manual ~ Amsrkan CMmka~ ~ocNty,l~iss~TnQton, D.C. ~ ..
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50331 0171 71 VIII Wa A,SJi11.mC'aqf PetAit:"T".:.~:' " > CE3~TJT.t~S.r. AGi;"'1~tE FZBE?:S 197a Vari+:valy n,:!pe,i Si:r:nfc-d Reao.3cch Mtiulo Pr~ri;, Ca13f. X:l::E;iF:LtQ 0 Q:a.. i2 ,~ s l 14. .. . . ~,,.. . . . .. . . _ ...
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50331 0158 (I-73 73 VII P . TOB~ICCO--AL} lLO ~_}? :-. l'~,}:I«:~IL.I'iy /'TOi3AGCt)- -'f;,: P1*iG/ lt?R CL!•_SS i:i). I'a::P}1L•}iT 73-V1I. fie - 73 S:,ittey, J. )I. ; 7stki.n';on, W. 0. i:(T]o di11I.1:• Ial'}:CTS OF TiX}' OF TC)Y1''1'!:G ANJ) TJ:i : OF }L1RVI;ST TOI'PIXC: ON YI}:},,., V:,I.i;E A2•'?) 1'UTt1I. Ai.};aL(.)TD CO::TE:•;T Ur >':Lit:LEY 7:U1_'•rICCO. Tot;acco Vorl:er: Conf.; 250, paper, '.3a:ailtcn, 0 I nt., Can. (1973) (in I >:1973, l<a. ?.;3, 1: 7089>: %`•d': lu7:cco a-~,l).ru]tUrC: (t ;i 3 il ~i !1 0 2 0 7 ~
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5033j 0178 REF HA Wa 1975 The People's d,1L1 V.ll 11 V 1C tl gy MVTDwWA,LLE CHi4S1SK~Y :., and IRVING WALLACE "The exact contrary of what is generally believed is often the truth." jEAN DE LA $RUYERE ( 164S-16Q6) DOUBLEDAY & COMPANY, INC. Carden City,1\'ew York ;: .. . 1975 . 0 6 (1 0 n 00 2 0 9 1 0
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• ~ . . . t .. .. U o^S AIi,C1^:a:a OLii q.?~'fjud jt7 Y;LI ~ '.)'j ~ GZ) 7C40.T, V"~T.I "L;: a.•.`7 S~ i;TrL(e7.;~.ta. b.!vo JU b.+~,C/VJ U~l~l:~,ttVJ .w~JtV~ +0 ~..~ Se~~C{.znr~ °}'~.Te.zu,alccry a~~:1rr mT .um-ovap ~ .._._._.T i:vJ '!V :iC :::%, l ~'.T0" (.zan.)) `7"auZu:.~a 30 Z::.Aa'I r'-DIYS an HZIl1 w;., JlliI~-'S'!1 CJQYSQJ+ I,7Mlr, Q•'11+ !Zti'IF1'1J, -~S Q ;' !jns-:a?:jQ'~ , r Z910 LE£OS -
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./~ J. BIONI El). DiA'I'1•:It. It F5. ~5) VOL. PI'. 473-43:i (1975) .J.f~C_- a Dctcrn>tinalicln uf I~Znt~;<'~~>'etirl~ ,i>< i>!>t I3lootl emmmm a=D T. P. STINN, WI1S'1'O\ K. RO7313I2;S, HELENE 13. BROOKS, and NMffPTI'1rWrWA#"CK;-De>>arl.ner,l rj.5turyery, Unicersity of 1'ennsylvania Schuol nj.lledicine,l'hrladclphia, /'cn.rtsylrania 19104, and Exxon Rescarch and Enyinecring Cump.ziay, Linden, Nctv Jersey 0703G Summary Because fluorocarbon, can dissolve relntively large qn:mlitic, of oxygen and carbon dioxide, there is considarahle inle,ca in u6lizitag Ihem to develop new methods of extracorpornel circulation, artificial red blood cclls, and liquid breath- ing techniques. A method for the avasy Of liuorecarbon in blood is presented. The fluorocarbon is extracted f:oro the blood with toiucno, and fiuc-ride is retea,ed .i i7 'l1 n n o /_ 0 7 9
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50331 01 76 a U. S.) 78 XI Adl-81 S.P. 8911d%xMw -81 s.p. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XI Ad 1 8ch. Pub. Health, Soc. Res. Group, Berkley, Calif., MASS MEDIA AND DRINKING, SMOKING, AND DRUG TAKING. Contemporary Drug Problems, 9, No. 1, 39-83 (1980) (in English) The use of mass media to affect drinking, smoking, and drug-taking problems in the face of strong vested interests that support and benefit from the status quo may not be as promising as generally believed. Those planning mass media campaigns should develop realistic goals concerning what can be accomplished by this technique.... ~ ~ n Q U 2 U R~ 0 6
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81 X Wa TOBAGCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/SMOKING HABITS--PERSONAtITY/ 50331 01811 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 X Wa ,Walliiw; ~D.r; Levander, S. (Karolinska 8osp., Lab. Psychol. Psychophysiol., Dep. Psychiatry, Stockholm, Swed.) SMOKING AND VIGILANCE. THE EFFECTS OF TOBACCO SMOKING ON CFF AS RELATED TO PERSONALITY AND SMOKING HABITS. Psychopharmacology 70, p. 131-136 (1980) (in English) Ratings of the effect of smoking on level of alertness indicated that the objective effect of increased vigilance had no counterpart on the subject _ level. 0 b i~ n n 0 0 2 0 9 7
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50331 0189 .a.~.+.ia..~ .IrIal l@ rs t@ i,n^ Comr . See Baxter Laboratories, Inc. .. . • . ;•..
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50331 0185 MA3GS1, 11. H. Kt3R%C:~J;TILF. FA.AVi?i; CC'MpON?I,'..S QF P°u!'ealY1.S, M. E. Mrcntz, J. A. ?Y':i:cj1, B. lt. .Tch`isan, P. I:. Y,oF;iler enc; G. R~ Vc1.S.er c:~:. Aer. Is~c~i C:.i.a. 17 r. 4) ' ( :~ 728-732 (1969) 0. ll
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50331 0187 TERPENES AND TERPENOIDS/TOBACCO--TERPENES/ NICOTINE--CHEMISTRY/ TOBACCO--ALKALOIDS/ALKALOIDS qc BIOCHEMICAL APPLICATIONS 451 Wa {1930 OF MASS SPECTROMETRY r7HS1 suPPLEMEPITARY vOEUiNE A WU7•Llasdeea+ IsblkeUoe JOFQV M7LEY & SONS irawYo.t . Chkbedv • isebb.om • To.o.1e O6[1 0 r? Q U? 1 :l 0 EdKed by nK.nwrw~ a/ erer4.wi.n~ Agri-ir...l Fi/rrt iwr.r Sutlo. ww... St.k c'W~rry. SN n..a., okwo" OTIS C. DERMER Dq.rrwrnt o/ M-har7 OkLAo.u Sostt (,'aorrsty Sntt.ae, oi4h....
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50331 0168 . , MEDICINE, PSYCHOSOMATIC/PSYCHOTHERAPY/BIOFEEDBACK/ PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY/ 5B5 ~ ir.r'°~GS E~~~~..~ 1980 i Edited by F J. McGuigan ~ University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky Wesley E. Sime University of Nebraska Lincoln, Nebraska and West London Institute of Higher Education London. England PLENUM PRESS • NEW YORK AND LONDON I 7
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50331 0173 , III Wa2 )`f ..,,..*.~..,.~~..~...~+. ~ . . . 13 '1
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50331 0188 _ J... - _ __. . ~.; __._ - .~__._..._ ._..,._...'-_._.... ...._ ..__....` r:; .Jt:; authortr Studies crn cancer of the 1ung, by i.. L. };ennaway and R. E. 1•'a11er. RC Counci1 for Inte~rn•:•tionsl Crqani:ation3 280 : M-Wical Sciencoa (CTO'",S) C Ca•:ccr of' t~,o 7.u,:~ (rncier;ic,ic; y}. 1 cyJ;SpoSiuM edited by J. C1wr.n3son. cT :iuprint YMom: Ac",. tTnionao informtton^7.fa conta C,vncrum, 1953, 210 p. . ei. ~ 1 n~:(1 U~ ~.C)
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4C' 451 Tr:o NiASS SPEC!'R02~TRY--T3I0CHE,~RSTRY/SPECTFASCOP°f .- 1972 Biochemical Applications ofMass Spectrometry Edited by GFAR{3F ~~ =~V3i.LEli~ :' Department ojBioehemistry Agrieukural Experiment Station Oklahoma State University, StiUwater, Oklahoma `N'ILEY-I\TERSCIENCE ' a Division of John «'itey & Sons. Inc. New York - London • Sydney - Toronto 50331 0192 1 / 1 0 (l ?. ! E",
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_ . . .._. . .. _-. _. __ . .... -..._...-.-. . ....-.:.-._..~~_.,.-...~...: .c_:-.:r~-,r.:._ . . ...~-.i ....._._ . _ ._ .~,~. 50331 0121 III thi2-75 The Lancet, September 11, 1971, 565-568 S,p. .. ~ "13LOOA-LEVELS OF FLYJOFtLNATEfl ' • 131cad-tcvds of trichloro9uoromc~*.•_nc ]Eik'Dl~i?CARI3ONS LN ll5THlv1.A'ITC • . S""tr"`s'y • (f:uorocYrLotrlI,'l-rcon-11', 'Arcton- PA'IIENTS f:FT]`P, Y2viLilIATION oF.. 11') H•ere r1r-asured in twelve 2sthmatic pauents x.::: • tsQT:cctltt1rcr.n atVunQnr A . . Lr1SCt aCZUly CL`ntrO1S. irl tCn .'LSU.SI)aUCS %'+hU r1.2:3 been el<SC.tiCZlly or•czusias pressurised r-crcnols of ': j.W.PATLRSOY • ' adrenergic bror.chodil.itor drugs contair.ing 8ucro- • Ifrtkn:n Research Couna! C1:.»ecJ Phar,r.ncole1y Urat • ' and Rerpircuory PhyiioloeY Unit, Araarrrsez: Qf - Mcd+ci+u, ln:riture ol Disacres oj rlre Ch.ct, lfrompron NospiraJ, Lcrtdmt S.W.3 AN'L.F. St.'DLOW WAL1cOt''" '' carboas. Suorocarbor.-11 was not dctcctcd. After two puffs of a pressurised aerosol, no fluoror..arhoz-11 v:aa seen in the blood 5 minutes later in thcse chror:c bravy users, nor in two fu.-thcr astiur.at3cs and th: ct controls who had not prcviously uszd an acroso'.. : hc J cas p.ak b?ood-lcvca of fluotvcutwn 11 in nina e:1b, (sevcn astlunatics rstd two eor;trols) ranqcd irozz 0•13 to 2-60 jig. pci• n:l. rSte.r two inhalations L on: oae h:hzlcr. The blood half-lifc of lluorocarbor.-11 in six subjects (:ive asthmatics and one control) :z::;cd : froui 0•3 to 1-5 minutes. '11e pcak blood-!^•ti'd v-a._ • not related to lwnf fu.iction, but probab!y to di`ic: cr,:rs ' in i.nhalation tcchniqLe. It is fcl: that--Ct 1H-st f.- f3uorot=bon 11•--blood-levels in chronic oven:scra of > . press+Lriscd acrosols arc not likely to be high cnlours` C: . ~ • to sc.'tsitisc the hcare to cdrencrFic compounds. d l) n..~~ ~ ~ ~ / G. :3 -Al i
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~XYalling,.Cheveti;A191~.:,t ' Free radicals in solution. ' New York, Wiley t110a71 0;31 p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. i 1. Radtcals (Chemistry) 2. Solution (Chemistry) r. Tit?e. F'ull n¢mc: Cheves Thomson Wnlltng. (;,D171.)V3 ~ ~ *517.0]3 541.7 G7--1031$ I Llbrary of Congress t:,Jo=10j
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50331 0200 qjl 221 _. tiY W\Va1lis,-ThomFis Edward:' - t Analytical microscopy; its lims and methods in relation to foods, water, spices and drugs. 2d ed. Boston, Little, Brown 11957] 215 p. llhis. 22 cm. 1. lficroscope and microscopy. 1. Title. CQ,Ir205.1j' ) ,..` A 58-2402 2 Arizona. Univ. Llbr. for Library of Congress (5) a :' ~~ C) O i! 0 0 1~, ~ S
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50331 0197 I I;eB 1-'73 S•Y• NATIOi.7AL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES NATIONAL RLSEARCII COUNCIL DIVISION OF CHLDIISTRS' AND CIIEMIICAL TRCIINOLOGY ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDING Jur.e 30, 1973 Cha irman 2101 Constitution Avenue, N. «. Washington, D. C. 20418 C~ ~ c1 n n c~ ~ 2 1 t()
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75 VI t.LV,1LOID TI A.'~SPOR1 IN PLA:r'TS. ?.citschr. Pilanzen-phvsio]. 69 (No. 3) 228-41 (1973) (in F:nglish) A};eywords:* alkaloid, Sreen, constituent. Nicotiana. TORACCO--P, I ()0iF.'•UST1:1' / Z~o TQLACCO--ALK.'~LOIP~S--1'TOCIiFMI.STRT / F.~,I)IOISOTOI'1:5--1,IOClIl:'•':.C:AI. nPPLTCATIO::r` P.JR CLASS :d0. I'A:•TI'IILE'' 75 ~'I [:o ilow~tcki, r.. c (Oklahoma St. Ur.iv., ACr. I•:xp. Sta., Dep. L'iocihcr..., Stil l.wa tcr, 0i•:1<a.,L. S. *1974, Nlo. 24, 1; 9579* *d* Tobacco zariculture: 50331 0191 0 i) 11 0 f 1 ~7 0 7 ` 0
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P331 0186 , I • 76 II Re2-77 P S . . Jaurnai of Apicuhurai Rescarch 130) : 191-197 (1974) i t OLFA~TORY DISCRIMINATION SYVNONEY#3EES OF~ ERPENES IDENTlFIED FRO1"l) VOLATILES OF ALFALFA FLOL'UERS' ~SI,9itfXN, P. ,~VALLCR, G. M. LUPER AND ItIClIARD L. 13FRDEL Bee Research Laboratory. Agr. Res. Serr., USDA, 2000 E. Allen Road, Tucsott, AZ 85719, USA 1Na»uscript receired for publicotinrr 25th June 1973 i ~ il i " ri[j U / U 'F 7 . , Summary ~ Honcy`,ccs eonditioncd to respond to tire scent of flowers of alialfa clonc 23;U and of sainfoin re- spt:ndcd positively to the scents of ocimene, myrcene and limonene, but not to linalool; bees con- ditioned to the scent of flo..ers of alfalfa clone 2B did not respond significantly to the scent of any of these substances, ho%%c.-er. Bees conditioned to the scent of ocimene, myrccne, or limonene responded positively to the flo%~er scents of 6 of the 8 alfalfa (,tfedicago saliva) clones tested. B~ri conditioned %%ith linalocil responded nrgativcty to alfalfa Oower scents. . Tha first three cf these terpcnes appeared to b.; indistinguishab!c to the bees, but linalobl vas distinguished from the other thr,•e. The authors conclude that certain eluncs will be reproductively isolated by tha assortive pollination of honeybccs responding to dif- ferrnces in floa•er scents. 0
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CARTtDN ?•fCNDXTnE/VITRDGF.^1 OXIDI S/ACROLi:I'J/1'(1R't~T.~F.IIY')r/T'^VIRC)'~ RA 576 Un 1979 C AIR --POLLUTIO " -'iEASU"E'.fENT/ 1. REPORT NO. 2. _EPA-L00~9-7g-a3 4. TITLE AN SUE3TITLE Proceedings of the Symposium on the Development and Usage of Personal Monitors for Exposure and Health Effect Studies 7. AUTHOn(S) *w David T. Mage and 9.PERFORMIVG OR-~ANIZATiGN NAME AND ADDRESS Kappa Systems, Inc. 1501 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA 22209 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSIOMNu. 5. RtPORT nATE _uune 1979 _ 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPOr 13. PRUCiRAM ELEMENT NO. 1AA317 11. CONTFtACT%GRANT NO. 68-02-2435 0 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory Health Effects Research Laboratory Office of Research and Development .~Environmental Protection Agency, RTP, NC 27711 I 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES This report is a joint effort by EMSL/RTP and HERL/RTP. i) U ?. U ~ . S ., 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIC.O CCV'. 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE EPA 600/08 50331 0169 e
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50331 0198 %Formulas for apptying organic wastes to land II MeA2-76 Jour. Soil & Water Conserv. 30(6)286-289(1975) S*p. W. L. POWERS, G.' VT"'WALLINGFORD, and L. S. MURPHY . . ••. . . . •.'.... :. . ..• .. . ABSTRACT-1Vc dccelojred formulas for ap>>lying organic teastes to the land. Tlhese forntulas are based lrrimarily on the rritro--en content of wastes uitlr some consideration given to other limiting factors, such as the build-up of toslc substances in the soil ancl moceutent of pollutants fitto groundu;ater. 'A sample calculation illustr•atc•s tlrc potential salt build-up in thc soil from ino,.,anic salts in beef fee(llot manure. Calculatecl application rates compare favorably tcitlt field data. 1Vltere values of parameters are unknotcn, the formulas can be used to plan research to obtain the needed values. 1) 6 n 0 n 0 c; 2 1 1 'I
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50331 0182 77' ~ : ;7e, 'A Quantitation of the Factors Which Affect the : Hydrolase and Transgalactosylase Activities of P-Galactosidase (E. coli) on Lactoset /I R. E. Hubcr,• G. Kurz, and ,_,S?Y; ttf e-' ABSTRACT: A study was implemented to quantitate the hy- drolase and transgalactosylase activities of ,Q-galactosidase (E. colf) with lactose as the substrate and to investigate various factors which affect these activities. At low lactose concen- trations the rate of galactose production was equal to the rate of glucose production. The rate of galactose production relative to glucose, however, dropped dramatically at lactose concen- trations higher than 0.05 M and production of trisaccharides and tetrasaccharides began (galactose/giucose ratios of about 2:1 and 3:1, respectively, were found for these two types of oligosaccharides). At least five different trisaccharides were formed and theirCrattgns ef fojqtatitcYt stlowe(Uhaj,,they, 0 O~. i~ ~q~ /~9~ aoo l (If 71 . . however, that allolactose could also be formed in significant quantities by the transfer of galactose to the 6 positiorn of free glucose, and also by hydrolysis of preformed'trisacchariZe. A mechanism which fits the initial velocity data was proposed in which the steps involving the formation of an enzyme•ga- lactose•glucose complex, the formation and breakage of allo• lactose on the enzyme, and the release of glucose all seem to be of roughly equal magnitude and rate determining. Various factors affected the amounts of transoalactosylase and hy- drolase activities occurring. At high pH values (>7.8) the transgalactosylase/hydrolyase activity ratio increased dra- Lnatiplly while it decreased at low pH values (<6.0). At rnid y J :,,
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50331 0194 .r. I t POLYVINYL CfILORIDE/PLASTICS--TOYICOLOGY/ i1fni.foC,iArf,IC DATA j t 011,4,11 SHEt r L00 1 -/ 1 ~_)I tic~crc ~ tt. ~. /rtlr .u0 1 :ut,4 itrc TOXICII'Y C)F (:OA1PON L'N'I'S CI PLl1STIC JIl1VIN I G CONTAC"7• 7. AutAot(.) J. I:. I1•liripol, P. J. Carvin, I. J. 9~ 1'erform-n{. VtS"niz~crun Nernc and Address I ravenol Laboratories, Inc. 6301 Lincoln Avenue lorton Grove, Illinois G005:3 ' tt.. Absrr,ct: vlethod of solubilization, dosagc Purnjanc3 rt_,ut0 ot ai;1 ^ which are critical in the distribution and excretion of di-(2-ethylhone of the most widely used (:;omponents employed •in the forn:ulat: chloride (YVC). Changes in the apparent voliLnle of ciistribution o aqueous suspensions were used for injection of the plasticizer irr(Y in the systemic disposition and distribution of DrIIP were dchcnc?. of the dosage form. Valid studies of the biological effects of parcDEII:' be performcc: w ith a dosage form of the plastic.i•r.er x%•; d E~ r: 't1 n' ;l " il * ?. 1 0, 7 • _ . . , _ _ -.------ - - 1NIT11 BLOOD . ~
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50331 0203 .~ V3I Rerl-73 Micbigan Cooperative Extension Service Bulletin E 751 S.I'. 23 pp. (1972) t PESTICIDr;S Ai.ANUAL . . .~CL!1SS IF1 CATIO:; ..~.TO}:7CITIES . . . FOfi,1UI:ATION . . .liANDLYNG ...AYPLICATIO:l Michi~.~ii State University Cr~o~~:'rati~•e Lttcsl;iorn Sc:r%'icc l3xtcnsion l;u~lctia l7: 751 o I'arm Scicncc Scries o 1\'ovcrnbcr 3. r,y Donald Cress. Rqbert Ruppel 6'_3A14~t; Kal3ner,et ; . ~• . -~----~--r----^- 7 () !, f 1 f1 * t i (z (1 2 1 I A
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~! 50331 0175 S IILJ\I1I .I•.L ..I•v \..•II• • CF.T/T. MF.MRRANF.S4NI:CPLASIA/ CALCI11"t & .F.nP1.ASTA/•. /TIMr) RTr,FV CTTY/ a ; ('ANCFP,--CT?LLS/CHnLrSTF.P,(1T.P,(1T. TN "tALTr?1A".CY, ROLE OF/ ! ~ RC 267 Progress in Exp er~r~.c~l~al ~ Ho ! 1978 Tumor Research a vo1.22 v"Membra11e Anom Scrics Editor F. Ho%1DURGGR, Cambridgc, Mass.'Tunlor Cells Volum alic;s of c Editor am W-f NM15M'Ljoston, bfas> l ~- S. Kargcr • Basel • Munchen • Paris • London • New York • Sydney a _ U;. - ~5. . ` !
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. c aai c.. AN~ALYSIS 1 (3) (1S~%2) Z24-7 50331 0177 jar J.-C tion .(') et CHROMATOGRAPHIC Aht.LYSIS--GAS CHKOMATOGRAPHY/ AliTOaATION OF SIMULATED DISTILLATION IN GAS PHASE CHROMATOGRAPHY. AUTOMATISATION DES DISTILLATlONS StMULEES EN- CHROi iATOGRAPHIE EN PHASE GAZEUSE • ., La modification d'un inlfgroteur /nfotro:tcw permet d'inl6prer en permaner,ce le signol issu d'un chromatographe. A chaquc rnesure correspond un temps de rEteertion donne par ('inlegrateur. Le couplage de cet intEgroteur a une eaicuiatrice Wang donne. si 1'on a une relalion Iineaire entre temps de retention el point d'ebul- lition, direclement la courbe de distillation des echantillons. Le programme es1 ddcril et applique a un ichantition d'hydrocarbures. I 1 La ehromatographie en phase gazeuse permet dons ' ~ I f{ t ~ obtenir Ia courbe de distillation eerlaines conditions d de milanges complexes. Cette propriW a trouv6 de ~ nombreuses applications surtout dons le domaine p6trolier. La courbe de distillation est obtenue tres rapidementmemesurune foible quantit6 d'echantilion. Le nombre _ d'echcr,tillons _n analyser dar.s notre I I ~ i ' t 0 6 1 (1 n n o 7 U 4 t)
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50331 0205 ,, TA 401 Am 1918 ~. / - - / PART 1978 CONCRETE/ AN`~:~UALBO®K OF ASTM STAN{ ARDS Includes standards of: Committee C- 1 on Cement C- 7 on Lime C-11 on Clilings and Walls 1 ; -i-VCf:mcnt,/l.irrte;~Ceilin-is anc#iy1:!Is (Including Manual of Cement Testing) Price $20.00 01-013078-07 AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS 0 () 0 2 1616 ~ac~.St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 s
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50331 0190 ` H'1DROCARBCidS-•-PYROLYSIS/ 73 :''t Sp, • Erdolund Kohh FPE 26(2) 82-87(1973) PYROLYSIS BEHAVIOR Ci HYDROCAR.BOiJS CZ TO C4. Oher das PyroiyseverhaltQn von C1- mit Ca-rCohienwAssers;offen -Von Gunter SpenglarVJPM&MWAZjjWN*;Vund ,iu;ius Kern') Obergicht: Es wird "uber das Reaktioncverhalten von Ct- mit CrAlkanen bzw. -Aikenen im Tempera:•_rbereich van 600 bis 1C00° C und deren moa?icne Verwenoung als UberschallRraft- stof!e EDr hohere trachz.;h;Cer:fCte (cryogenic heat sink fuels) b2rifjttct , Pyrolysis behavior of hydrocarbons Ct to C.: The cnemicat behavior of alicanes and alkenes with one to four car;+en atoms has teen studied at temperas ires ranging from 630 to 1000 centigrades especially with regard to pes-ole use as cryogenic heat sink fuels fol supersonic tligtit at higher Macn numbers. '} AM•cbrihcr.c Pro!e•s.x C~r. G. 3pcne'•cr, Dr. F. K'a/krhorft. tehcstutd fur h:iaerstokhemie, Te.hni.,he U.6crsrde htuncF.en, I blunchen 2. Arcis• n"e't A.'+.r:o c Stharierst1!fr, 1. EInleitung und Aufgabensteltung Beim Flic„rn mit 0berschallgc.chwindigkeit trcren• am Flugt:cr:ir infolZe Luf;rei'+une huhare Tc:nprraturen aaf. P.ls KiAlrnitre! • - • . .....~._~ 0 6 fl) 0 a; n G 2 1 in, ?
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50331 0170 I Physiol. Behavior 17,_ 849-52 (1976) (in English) _ =. Adjunctivc Uch:rvior huc bccn rcpurtcd 1s occurring in a varicty of >pccics I ~ and h:ts bccn dc>cribcd primarily as a phcnumcnun uf cxccssivc diinking in tLc rat (schcdulo induccd iwl) (1ip>i;r). In :+n ( tatlict study 19) it was shown Ihat adjunclivc bchaviur occun in adult human suhjccts wilJt an F1 60 schcdulc coniiollin Jg gatttc playing on a poker rnachine. In the present sludy,20 snbjccts, all Univcrsity pcr<unncl or .tudrnts, tscrc p,lid to 1 rulicipale in an experiment whcte they %Vcte reyuirrd lo sOlve a urvc unJcr conditiuns of .chcdulcd accc.< (8 sec mmr.o i drawing). rour sulijccts tvcrc tested svitlt 8, 60, 120 oud 300 scc intctvals, and 4 with I~I 120 on all le.t sc«ions. An ~ ~additional 12 suLjccts, who tt•cYc ;rll hubitull smokcrs, tvcrc tcslyd with l~l 60 scc intervals on ~II test s.tisiunc. A I ~ mmpaticon millt ba.clinc conditions, comisting of cithrr listcning to a tape rccurding or contirnuous htobl,:rn ~0Ivinp, I shosrcd an incrclsc in thc amount of subjccts' motor activily tinder schcdulc conditions. 7ltcrc was a sit;nific:n:t inrrrca>c in ~ movem.nt scores with an increase in schedule Icnbth, hul no incrcace with rchcaled scheduled trials of cqual duratiun. Tlie I amount of smokin; during tcst sessions was sionilir.+ntly greater tlian durino smoking basclinc scssions. Alluwin,.; thc f :subjcct to srnvkc or not to smoke nn m:ric schcdulc scssions madc no diffcrcnce to thc movement scores. Ci~-ht of thc~ subjects were also Livcn insteuetions to keep still. 71use in-dructionx had iw efl'ect in reducing the amount of activity.j 'lltese data show that the scheduling of cognitive Ia.ks can also lead to adjunutite behaviur. `. 0 11 2 111 f° 3 TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCIIOLOGY/ , 77 X Wa RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 Y'dal W4]txace;'.M1; Singer, G. (La Trobe Univ., Dep. Psychol.., Bundoora, Victoria, Aust.) ADJUNCTIVE BEHAVIOR AND SIMUKING INDUCED BY A MAZE SOLVING SCHEDULE IN HU?iANS. v
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~; 6- o Go U.~ V U. O-La bUi °,ztn5 "luo'ca tioy :iu17,v7::iaz.E,7, X:ox,5 t:0 a:. ollS °, ~ftm- ESlO tEEOS ' TTaR ~ crt -
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50331 0208 e I . ~: ?i,1'T}.F.tt^TICAL STATISTICS f3rd edition) /STATISTICAL ANAT.YSTS/ ; OA JOHN E. FREUND S ~' ' r itv nr~e s . . •i ~7 6 ^ . Arr,ona late ! ~ r Roanoke ColleKe PT)DL Prentice-Hail, Inc., Englewood Cliffs. New Jersey 07632 .,. ~ _ .~ . r dul- (.1 . . , ~ h 'm„ t I - n ') I -) ~ -----~----~----- ~ '... •-- -_ ..- __ .~ ,
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50331 0209 , III 1 Wa8 ~ (1969) . tiialra4t, Jaha Piaxc~, •-- , PL~iVOR C}tEsHYS'II:S', 0F PiTPCOkh 1969 82 Pagee OreIIan, State Ua$•tervsty ~ 1
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73 7~I t.'a ~ ? thcrntal decomposition of siz coal tar pitches. 1wo material constants are introducrd to dcscribc the thcrrn.1l stabilityand/or reactivity of coal tar pitches. Tlicsc constants can be eorrclatcd %vith thc sottening point of the pitches. It is also shown that both the tcmpcra- ture where the r:uc of volatili?.atiun is at mazimum, (T.,), and the temperau:rc range h•hcre most volatilrs are evolved, GT, can also be ttsed to describe thc thermal stability of eoal tar pitches. The practical iml,or.ance of Tp, and 9T in determining the proper ehoice of the baking cycle of green carbon bodies is discussed. `_- v . 50331 0204 !, 0 u 2 4 A 7 / GruArtM>::/ PYROLYSIS OF COAL TAR I'ITC:H L'i-NULRS ~~iit If. N. MUlZTY'' and .'''.. A. II1.['.VT7. Basic bc.•c/olmcnt l.aboraturics. Airco Speer C-arbon-Grai>hitc, !'.O. $ox 823, Niagara Falls. New York 14302. U.S.A. . , • `(Recci:~cd 2 f t[l~' 1~.~7Jy) 1972. Vot.'lO,pp, iW1-735. Pe,g.monPre~~ • ~`' ynnicJ in C.r..t t noiri • Abstraet-Thermot,*raeimetric analysis techniques have been adapted to stud%• the n
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50331 0219 - RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK HD 69 Li 1982-Archer Lieberman,M.A. ;Selig,G.J.; OFFICE AUTUMATION. A MANAGER'S GUIDE FOR IMPROVED PRODUCTIVITY. John Wiley & Sons.New York, NY.8?.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 3149 0 6 0 nn n 0 2 1 7% 2
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AMINO ACIDS--CHROMATOGRAPHY/ 81 III Gi CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPf#Y 50331 0207 Journal of Apicultural Research 20(2) : 125-135 (1981) _ . ~~AETERM;~IIATION OF THE GEOGRAPHICAL Cr~.IG111S OF HONEYS BY MULTIVARIATE ANALYSiS OF GAS C4ROh,i4TOGRAPHIC DATA ON THEIR FREE AMINO ACID CONTENT ~ J. Gtt•- s-FRr1, M. J. IiEPHERD ,= _~ GL rAt:L~1OR _ 1i:A-R. G. H.4RRID ; © SttnisAgricjirrmrFishf=. '-,., FooS 9ad Scifirr4 Ditj&rcit,-rh+,:f+,-fr-*rt+=,. ' ' i R2 4SXLAF orx• ~.. -c Summary - " Seventeen free amino acids have heen determined by gas chromatography in 45 samples of honey obtained from the UK. Auwtralia, Argentina and Canada. The results were analysed statis,i:aily (using canonical variates analysis) in order to test the validity of the use of amino acid data fer characterizing the geographical origin of honey. Good discrimination was shown bet..een the samples from Australia, Argentina and Canada. Those from the UK were classified as a group. but they fell between the samples from Argentina and Canada, and could be wholly discrimina:ed or•.ly on further analysis when the well separated Australian group was omitted. These preliminary resu+ts substantiate the claim that certain groups of honey samples from certain foreign countries can be distinguished from one another on the basis of free amino acids. The statistical analvsis should be improved with larger samples, but owing to the proportion of data omitted as outliers. and to the problem of classifying houeys as of UK origin, the method as now de%eloped must be employed in conjunction with other techniques in order to obtain a reliable identification of country of origin. 0 h f1 fl 0 fl 0 2 1 2 0
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50331 0220 . 1 1 w 391 Y f'Y11 ~ S t r t, ~O , Yv g3Yalsh; John-`Viltiam;Tmdorer Photonietry. t?d ed., rev.1 London, Constnble t195' u1 :r14 p. illus. 24 ctu. 1. Photometry. 2. PLotouictry-L'ib1. QC391.11'3 1953 ) 535.2 53-31161 1 Library of Congre5s 153f5l
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74 II As lLiNZt., i5b5 ' SEEDS/ kEPRIN'i'T,A 7tNlf: 1967 A Standardized Phenol Method for i Testing ~~T heat Sced f or T~arie tal Purity Gp j'Villirrrfr E ' tYrllr~ Contribution No. 28 to the I1mtdbook on Seed Testitls prepared by THE ASSOCIATION OF OFFICIAL SEE1.) ANALYSTS Publishcd by Canada Department of Agriculturc ~ Distributed by the Quccn's Printcr, Ottawa, Canada ~ i ~ 1 I ; Cat. No. A68-3065 s S C' ~~ ~ (1 !~ t. ~ 19 50331 0206
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G t) t~ . :v U U t ('lSaT •^G•,~) b0°LU9 Y L v 1 . •C)ul .}o.3ju CiJ UC:_. uo':1sc : <<:- T ~- + ~ • F L i; ,?a 7t-- t,toqi tt B SLZO LEEOS
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0331 0199 ~ tAinicatnputers s-.~-,..~.+i. _ __ _ :..........~...~.~,. Mit;c Hyrnan and >f~~ir'°WIAf,i;`kini-cotnputcrs and hiblic- . ReviewG graphic infonna!ion rctcicval. Londa:. British Library Rcscarch . and 1)ct•clolrmcnt I)cpurunc:nt, Report no. 5so,-1IC. JgA. 45. . ~ .._....,.,--...~......, ~' One of the most intcresting drvclol>mcnts in the data proc,ssinr• field in thc last frv.• ycars lras hccn lhc Ircmcndous incrcasc in :hr usc ;>f mini-coinpulcrs cari tio ' Jnlortna io,i rc~tri val systcjns)arc cxnin nca c i iics'r` r•'~iijoc 1c~lY A"d1',Zl'sVSiL•r(i"'^_ containing Joo,ooo iu:ms ancl usin ; too mcggahyics ofstora,r,c to a tapc satcm conoining 2, ;oo itcrr.s <,nd usinl; only 2•5 rnc,;•r.bytcs of s(or:j,r,e. \ lturally tlycsc modcl cunfil;utations arc somewhat unrcalistic and thc priccs: havc no doubt changed, but an}onc ccrntrmhlaling the use of a mini-cornputcr for )nformltion rctt 1!tval will i111C1 tnuclt of use in this chapter. In summary thcn, this report coatains a lot of good rnatcrial on mini- cc.mputcrs in intinrntation rctric,,ul hut it is randomly dislril,utc jl througnout the diffcrcnt cli:il,tcrs T1m. Icvc: of discirr.+ion is tincvcn and thcrc is much unncccssar)• rchctition (1br cyarnplc, 29 oitt of thc 31 itcros in tlic gIo:;ary in I Me 77 ~ S Th: JNf OR1tAT[ON SCJJiNTIST ~ ' t. 0.V.. ) $.P.~ •OL. ~ Cltaptcr 4 aic cL-Jplicat(:d in tiic glossary in Appcuciir E). ~ RoN.: YASWor.e Aslib I
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50331 0212 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK RC 261 In 1981 Skrabanek,P. (ed.); SQjj4VjjM(ed.); BLADDER CANCER. A SERIES OF WORKSHOPS ON THE BIOLOGY OF HUMAN CANCER REPORT NO. 13. UICC Technical Report Series,vol, 60. International Union Against Cancer.Gc-aneva, Switzerland,i31,(:[N ; ENG.) T1aN = b%b ot,nn r) o o2 1 2
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0201 : . .. .' .. ... ~ . (AsA EQUoCSAN0„ OZoNE,t-A pAGT„bR,, f_Tc:T d " , 1 r / Z ) h~~ ( /97. T N ~' ` a ~ I Seminar To , ' i FJuorocar on Laws Can Wait , , ~b By,>;6sentarie Waltisctii!`,, S ~l /~~"g"HC OVIiI2NMENT was urged , not to be unduly hasty in ban- ~\ ~ ~ i C fIX 3 6 8' _ 7- 36 dI puftlrly discussion of a scientific yucs- havc led to several downward revisions ~ ning the use of fluorocarbon aerosol propcllants and to support' research into the relationship bctwecn, Iluoro- carlNrns and th~• ~~r.oue. In :m all-day ~.. . cussed by two rcprescntativcs of ffuorocaYbon propellant producers and professional seminar sponsored earlier this fall by the Packaging Institute. U.S.A.. at the Shcraton-O'Harc Motor Hotel. Chicaco. the subject of"Aerosols and Ozone: Fact and Fiction," was dis- rivp cr.o2t•Yrc frnm scientific establish- of the originally predicted extent of ozone dcplction. None of them has reported any error or uncertainty anal- yscs indicating thc error bars associated with their prcdictcd ozone depiction values. Indications are that these val- ues could be in error by factors large enough to invalidate completely the predictions." Citing the government and industry sponsored research that is already un- derway and scheduled for completion in three years. Dr. Scbolcv siad the i on bcfore all of the scientific proof is available. She observed that "the aLlcr- nativc, that of conducting research shroudcd in complete secrecy and .1 public uninformed of important matters that may affcct it. is not an attractive onc. however." Miss Pcglcr added that "the spread of wider public knowlctlgc and concern over scientific matters is fortunate; any distortion of facts which may result is an unfortu- natc by-product. Many policy deci- sions in :.iday's tcchnolcgical society are extremely difficult, involving tradc-offs between social, environ- mental and public health bcncfitc and . _. . --_ _. ....... ,..t.;..r, ~r.. _ .". 7 . 0 6 t7 n n () 0 2 1 ! 4
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50331 0217 r •. TOBACCO=-SI•4OKINC--HEART, EFFECT O:~/ •74 X -Lu .. TOBACCO--S1dOY.INC--CIRCULATION+ EFFECT ON/ . 1'_-~-•.4OBACCO--S}90:CING--PHYSiOLOGICA--EFPE(:T/ . -~ ;~ RJR CLASS NO. PANPHLET X Lul Ludbrook, J.; Vincent, A. H.; ~4'.' ..(Univ. Adelaide, Dep. Surg., Adelaide, S. Aust., Aust.) THE EFFECTS OF S11AIt S!K)KING AND TOBACCO SYX)KING ON 11AND rLQOD }'1.OH. Ajcbak 52 (Pt. 2) 285-90 (1774) (in English) Er~-~ No. 17 a1974 W 7178* *d* , , Tobacco medicine: . o.A 0 a n 0 0 2 1 3 0
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XI Co1 • • 331 0153 ,~ • r , WHERE THERE S S.SONE: CICART:T ASALERS Wall St. Jaur. 1974, p. 1(Sept. 3, • ~ . . 1'i'HERE TIIERF.'S SMOh'E: Charet tqakers try out a batch of ne.e proIacts. 71t least 10 necv cigaret brand,s are in var- bus stages at test-marketing izy major to- 'eaeco eompantes. Amer'can Er:aLs b test- 'kW tx'o. R.J. P.eynoMa Works on three brands. Including a 1:0 r.im. cigaret called ![ore, which it expects to sell for the same prtce " 100 mm. cigarets. This month lt starts selling Wincheater cisarets L't test aurkets, hoping to capitalize oa the name of its much publicized L•ttIe cigars./ *1974, No. 19, W 7784* *d* Q'~, ;~ (1 n RJR CLASS NO. PAISPlU.E'I' :{I Coj-74g,~,' TRY OUT A SATCit OF NFW P1'„7nUcTS. 1974) ('_n English) The emphasis In r.ew brands Is on catchr packaging. Lorillard Corp.'s soon-to-be- tested Zack nill have a pac;age that loofis .like blue denirz. Bro«a 6: «'iiliamson's Ttamps goes in:o test this :nonth Ln a:ack carrying Charlic L .ard:n's "Litt;e hamp" tmage. PhiiIp Morris' P*iap Sforris Inter- Oational, L-i test oa the West Coasr. is de- scribed as "ele-ar.tty pac%,:hi!e St. Moritz, recently oL'ered by Llgoet ds 'Myers, Is billcd as "the first gold band, hrcury length. filter ci;aret." 3fore rr.erilhol ciqarets are fested. ,tnrerican Brands and R. J. Rc++iolds Loth try out braxds srith estra doses of the ingredient. k, 3 2 tl S 6 It
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50331 0213, al • TOBACCO--IREL*D/ TOBACCO--CONSUMPTION-- IRISH REPUBLIC/ 80 XI Wa RJR Class No. Pamphlet 80 XI Wa "ft"WW.5.W. _,..1k (Economic and Social Research Inst., Dublin, Ireland) HEALTH EDUCATION AND THE DEMAND FOR TOBACCO IN IRELAND, 1953-76: Economic and Social Review 11 (No. 2) p. 147-151 (January, 1980) (in English) Fnrnt e I.,dirr tit„iu,mt it is tnrtI ut t., n„te th.t arc rr:d pricc of n.hxcu has tkclrncd srrt•plaa tlwuta: t:,c 19:t/c. I his it. uf r.nuse, duc tu fidurc of the ta% elcmutt tu kcrp prre ssrrh mnaU.m. .\i nrw bc scrn tt.un1, the tcal price frll hy 25 per rcnt tx•twccn 1969 and 19:G. Ihr mnst rcrrnt c.rn• sumcr prite indct shutt% th.at ftnm a Icscl ul It1f1 in \..scmhcr 068, ti.c rr.I price trf tr.Latrn prnducta hed dcrlirncrl tu rii in \L,v Ih:'rI l'.m,: il:c yr,rr el.uticit v rstimatr,l t..r I 9n I-7o prnu.l, it rna}' lie oJt u!d tcd th.rt ..r il.c rc al tr•bactn pritt• h.rd brrn tn.uouinctl.t it. 1!I:01esc1, prrur•,rt.r t..n.,n t.I suhatc.• dt1 Lr .rbuut 12 pcr ccnt I..s.cr tud.iy Ih.m is I. tu.,'Is' i6c r.nc. 7httc frndia,;. auL:;rst th.t htl;l,et Ir.b.icru pnres +rr m-.rc cllcctr.r than anti .nt•.kin, t.unpaitim nt turbs un adscrtuinR as a n,r:u,s a f r.du.,n~.r•n• sumptir•n r.f tt.bjrcu. A NOTE I E,' ~~ Cl (3 n (l () ~ ~ 2 6
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50331 v 021u CURRF.NT THERAPF:UTI `C RESF.ARCIr VOL. 26. NO. 6, SECTION 1. DECEMBER. 1979 '? y5--d'93 1 ~ ~ a 70~EFF[:CTS OF A 1VI•:IGHT REDUCTION DIF.T WITH FRUCTOSE _ a ~~ XXY MeA S'80 AS A CARBOHYDRATE SOURCE IN OBESE PATIENTY ~ S.P. f,, ~POiI! WIESNER. D1.S..WXVMLSH. PIl.D.. NEIL DOTY. PH.D.. .~ AND-C,HERt OLERUD, B.S. .0 o L. r_.~~...~.•.. , A/ ~~`;! ~~. t] 0 n .I,C -. Ccnera! 14'utrition Corporation, ~ Fargo, North Dahota .. .!,. ~ =.:.•.. c •. ~• :. ABSTRACT A popular weight•reducing diet plan utilizing'fructose as the primary carbohydrate source and protein as the bulk of the caloric intake was tested for 4 weeks with 21 obese subjects (6 males and 15 females). The subjects were instructed to consume 36 to 42 grams of fructose in small Increments throughout the day and to follow a recommended list of salads and high•protein home preparcd foods. Daily records of weight, ' blood pressure, and temperature were maintained and weekly blood 8 nalyses were performed. Weight loss averaged 3.6 pounds per week (14.5 pounds in 4 weeks). This was equivalent to 7.G`7o loss of body weight in four weeks. Twenty of twenty-one patients exprer.;ed no hunger feeling and were unanimous in satisfaction with the die.. Blood ,nalyses.t:or `t~ole roM,~urieracid, SCOT, alkali,.ie rhosnhatasc, bilinlhin, j'tots;F~ p~b{cir>,• bto d Grea ~nitrofien, creatinine, T4, glucose, calcium, sodium and potassium showed that the diet suojecLs remained within the
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t' U :... ~. ~ -_...- 0 .0 •0 'c,013uT:iR7? a3nlTnzTx2tJ 3o '3d--7Q 'S 'Q cauvd 09 696t (6961 TZT-AN aod-l,I u;-xeaax+ll DOxnaaS aLaxo; =~ ~naTno,~:i*:; 30 • ~c~;~ 'S 'll) ~I~'t~~1 •t~ : vajL31~ pLlkT yL'.lCeaaci . or v`p.r AQ s~:3Zafi~'idZ R0,03 •r ut{or 1'jay4sajS .p a1P nr-. a r~ rt~= ,-~~ ~~P; . ::1~ id ~ SbiO lEEOS
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G~~ic~e; to Cor•.sultinb tJitor :'i ccvor 1. li'i'Ii'mis, ;NfA, r3c, ia'hil, 1'ItIC Vo1vmn 6 I 1i1 <:..; r;ur.;cf.s t;oncsox 3 ;dJtarvy,SarAvaT~t 8lti,-, • I t7 n n (i 0 2 14 7 1
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50331 0231 AIR--POLLUTION/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PUBLIC/FORMALUtHYUt/ Mattr. NITROGEN OXIDES/CARBON MONOXIDE/AIR--POLLYJION--PARTICULATE NA~ RA ~ 576 Du _ 1981 Contract No. M-7405-en 26 Health and Safety Rese Division REPORT OF AD HOC TASK FORCE ONLIfND00R AIR POLLUTION C. S. Dudney EivwMai1ia~_ (Editors) ORNL/IM-7679 Work sponsored by DOE Office of Buildings and Community Systeas Date Publiehed: April 1981 OAK RIDGE TIONAL LABORATORY Oak Ri e, Tennessee 37830 operated by UN CARBIDE CORPORATION for the ~JIDEPARTMIENT OF ENERGY . 0 6 0 0 ::n. 0 -0. 2 ! 4 4
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50331 0211 `U~CUale,'K. T~l~`Aa:rsta b O.`". G. y Nilsen (Depa$~rtment IX 1dh -81 ~ -^ +~:°ll~e'!11 ' e'!11' , . o^ f Pharma- $.P.1 0 ogy a Toxicology, Schoo o Medicine, University of Trondheim. No nvay):~INHALATION CHAMBERS IN TOXICOLOGICAL EXPERIMENT~/. The route of entry is an important factor with regard to toxicity and if we want to investigate effects of chemicals in the atmosphere there is no good substitute model for inhalation. The best available system is prob- ably a dynamic system where the agent in question is continuously intro- duced into an inhalation chamber by a constant air stream. Our four inhalation chambers are constructed in stainless steel with glass walls. These materials are inert to most chemicals, are easily cleaned, and the animals can be observed during exposure. All chambers are separately ventillated and the air flow (filtered air) can be regulated with valves. The volume of each chambeP is 0.75 m3 and they are at present used in exposure of volatile canpounds such as organic solvents. Vapour is gene- rated by heating the actual solvent and is then introduced into the main air flow at the top of the chamber. Gas chromatograph septum holders are mounted on the conical top of the chambers and air samples can be taken for quantitative analyzes by gas chromatography. A steady state concen- tration of solvents is achieved within 45 min with an airflow of 4500 1/hr. As the volume of exposed animals is less than 1 % of the chamber volume, no accumulation of.NH3 or elevation of temperature or humidity have been observed. Q c.) () (I 171 e f'nit 11 b2lt Ep b+,/ graAts from the Norwegian Research Council for Science and the Humanities. 1 - 7
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50331 0232 9- Hr 3391 W0- I 4'75 ~~ . NTERNATIONAL TRADE/ d91~6~3 ~G~v~~Pa 0 AKETS ~ ~ ~375-70' Gower Pre :s/Action for Profit Ltd 0 ~~ c~ n n ~~ cj 2 1~ r
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50331 0228 I RC 889 Am 1977 r . I ' - ~ 0 ~a t~ + tl ' .tl Cl 0 STERILITY/SMOKIMG-& HEALTH/ MALE INFERTILITY RICHARD D. AMELAR, M.D. ndn+.k ar ai~icai U.aon N.. Yat Uni,e„ar Sceoa d Mea:~ Aaa.O.y U1Wusiy W. Yat U.rawy M•dical Ceww LAWRENCE DUBIN, M.D. Rdnur af ClinlcJ Wobtr Nt. Yort Uinrasrf ScIqM d M©ici.. Aoediry U/dc{iq !H. Yat Unn~) Medical Cew. VA~Ck C~ WALSH~: M.D. n.a„or ..e o+Kmr D"wu•cm or uAw„ 11s 7eAw, Huvun. uoi•a.nr kad d M.dici..: U..oru:,-cni.r hsa. MsA.rrn "r UrobticN 1.wer Tb lail" Hqkld HopaY W. S. SAUNDERS COMPANY • PhiladdpAia • Loedor • Toeons !1
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50331 0216 x Fa &.ESiM1sPt0'1?.Y:..3t. author.:• x'r lzm?o .A. R, B. a Td 'WJ, 4;'h. ~. ~. l~"~~.+( ,;:: V "r~~.~i::lZ,7f ~~ 1J 0") . <.,..~_.~....--.-.......~-.-...--.~ ~•sr.~•?! p.. ~~ n.., (l. ~~ ~1 ..
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i 73r.IIwa1 -50331 0221 CrIRO:`tr:aOGRAPHIC At:AT.1SIj--GAS CHROMATOGf:APt:Y'/ ~ L'icchim. Biophys. Acta 58 596-98 (1962) . D%ar:~fuut of I;ioche,nislry, Lnivcrsily of Ti'aslcington, Seatll.e, Wash. (U.S.A.) J. R. BRaWti Intcrnal standards for amino acid analyses . . I.L.V~ ~ . Conventional methods of determinina the absolute cor.centration of protcins are known to involve unpredictablc errors. Dry-weight det.rmir.ations, hcsicles requirir.g a large atrount of maturial, m1J- be in error due to ion-bindiinS, mechanical loss, and rapid regain of moisture. NIicro-Kjeldalil nitrogen determinations mav be in error due to incomplete digestion or contamination by ammonia. Even if these errors are avoided, calculation of either the dry weight or molar concentration of the proteir+n froni nitrogcn content of a solution requires a prior knowledge of the r:mino nci(i composition. Methods based upon ultrt%-iolet absorbancy of aromatic residues' n:ay be in error because of the presence of non-protein chromophores. This criticism ic eQuall%• applicable to mea~~urements at lower n-avelenaths= and in this case additionai errors may result from light scattering. \eithcr the biuret method' nor the method - of Lo%%•tty' give absolute me.tsures of concentration. In thcury-, the v:eir;it concentration of a protein in a solution can be c^icttlatc",_.- .
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TOt3ACC0--S2::1i:;?;G--CIR(tfLATTOi~, L'i•FECI' 0?c/:'?ICOTIA:'.--P:I~.?:rtE,CULUC;`i/ TRE ErI'ECTS U: TOLtACCU S`;OI:Ir.G, :::Ti:A\'EtJOtiS NIf;'JTINE A'.vI'~ 01'IiEP. Pi'.OC!:I)uj;I;S ON TIIE P.ESPO::SE OF IlA'.il) I;LOOD I'"LIY,~: TO DISTANT ICE !:I'PLICATION. Aiebak 52 (I't. 2) 291-300 (1974) (in EnClish) l LttcT~ron1:, J. ;~W829tr'!~~F:~ A: , L'inc.~~1t, A. It. (Untv. Melaide, Dep. Su-I;., Aciclaide, S. Au:;tx., Attstr. ) 7G x Lul N]~COiINF.---I1TI'.At~TdO[: S---I1TI'.At~TdO[:S It:JiC^i:i`ti InL~1GJ F. PSYC:It01.4Gi, I:jl: CT::+SS I:O. 1'1,?~it LLET 7i+ ?; La 5urr.mary. The effects of tobacco srnol:ing, sham smokino, intravrnous adminis- tratiea of nicotiue, a foot mos•cmcnt procedure, mental arithroetic ;r.cl in;aginary smr,:iug oa the vasoconstrictor response of hand resistanc•e .•ess;ls to ::pplication of ice to the neck has been studied in nonnal subjects. All of th~ above proo:dures except imaginary smoking signi&cai;tly reduced the icc response. The n:cc},anism of t}is blocking efFect is obscure, but a central inhibiting act?on, possibly at a cortical level, is postulated. *1974, No. 17, W 7177* Ad* Tobacco tnedicine: 0 0 2 I~ I ,-._ _..----.~-_._,.~.._.._..,.r.-..... 50331 "19
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50331 0235 . Qc 39 T ;:]TAt 3 E ii': "GhC' Sf.l.•Cl'•:'• ( 011 i'9°~ vi.OY:~ for isU G^ E`::: 0 r• `::~ ~ lr:~ '~ ~:._ .) c:n~ , Loil.'102:?. 71a:;``:LC'f .LC)s i Q i • o 0
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50331 023 0 4 CADMIUM/AI Contract No. W-7405-eng-26 R--POLLUTION/ ORNL-5263 Distribution Category UC-41 CUMEX - A CUMULATIVE HWAD INDEX FOR ASSESSING EXPOSURES TO tC-NV IRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS LIMITING RA 576 ~ Dat e Published: April 1977 Oa Wal-sh ` ~ 1977 G. G. Killough k ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES DIVISION P C arzyc . D. P bli ti N 1 u ca on o. 007 r h R S P we o . . OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY Ru M E • pp . . T k Rid O 37830 ennessee a ge, B. L. Whitfield Booth2 operated by S R . . R. J. Raridon3 UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION , for the JNERGY RESEARCII AND DEVEL01'i•1ENT AD1•1INIST Q ~n f1 n 4 :;
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50331 0229 41 a , 77 II Re-80 S.P. .. RADIATION, IONIZING/ CHEMICAL CYTOTOXICITY: A CANCER PROMOTER* G. D. Griffin T. D. Jones #,,P~"J. yJa)sk~ Health and Safety Research Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 ti Running Title: Chemical Cytotoxicity - Cancer Promoter *Research sponsored by the Division of Biomedical and Environmental Research, U.S. Department of Energy under contract td-7405-eng-26 with the Union Carbide Corporation. • E7 tI 7 1~~ ~ 0!~ n fl 11 \ I I
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i 1 L . fJ 1 flCf«P.t NO. EPA_670/2-74_071 i. TITLE ANU SliBTITI f-' -_ DFFh1MS1'R/1TIO;1 OP WASTE FROt1 TIOt1SSNOLDS MO" ( 50331 0202 _„_ T cC!InNCAt I;t-1•i'r/:1 il/ll A -- - 4 ri.O;a I::DUCJ:IJN ;, nui/roi+(s) S;:eldon Cohen and l~arald ~VA1.3.ku ;~ . . __.~>._.~..,...-. 9, f'ER! .7RMlNG ORGANI2ATION NAME AND F.DDRESS t•:3fhr.ials and Envz zonmetital Engineering, I:3.ectiic Boat Division ,~: t•;lti1I(INA1_ 1ECf1NIC>",L General Dynamics Corporation {I~jFO)tl1~~T~ON SERVICE Groton, Connect] C:Ut (7G340 / l/ S Cevarlnrcnt of CormnBrce 12. SPONSORING AGEN.,Y NAMG. ANJ <.Ot1RLSS National Environlnr_,ztal Research Center ()ffice of Research & Daveloprueut U.S. Ertvir.onmental Protection Agency Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 15. SV^NL[M ENTANY NOTES 16. A6STftACT A i urr,_...,.... .~~......~ _ . 5. rtC1'oWl uATG 7 _Sep i. 15;74' ll:ete o1 Issue G. PLlif_OI:Fdif.C; pRGANl7 A1 ION CODE - 8. PERPORt4i1P:G Uli:irlMZA110N REPORI C.!). U440-74-057 1U.1'RU(;NAfW I.LLP.14-N1 ROfil' 211 /1SW; Task O1_fJp. ~i. Cofi ~ Hl:i 1l iF1ANT trC~. ~~ + 68-01-0041 13. TYPE Of f1!'POitT :1Nfi:'Efi{VU COVERED h ri.nal _ ~; 1a. sPJraGf<INC ni;E.tVCi' CODE J^`)` ffii { 4 t: :; tl (o t1 f1 0 9 1 1 r
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50331 0223 II Me,42-78 . S.P. ~ . ..:• Jour. Environ. Qual. 6 (4)345-52(1977) A Field Study of the Agricultural Use of Sewage Sludge: II. Effect on Soil N and P1 K. A. Kelling, VM7WW;'1l. ]t. Kccncy, J. A. Ryan, and A. 1:. Peterson2 ABSTRACT Liquid digested sewage sludge applied at rates from 3.75 to GO metric tonfia significantly increased the concentrations of inorgan- ie N, organic N, and Bray•Pr extractable f' in a sandy toam and a silt loam soil in south-central Wisconsin. Most of the applied in- organic N was as NH4-N and vJas nitrified rapidly. At sludge rates of 30 metric ton/ha or more, substantial losses of sludge-applied N occurred byleaehing. Soil solution NO3-N concentiations exceeded 103 mg/liter at the 120• to 150-cm depth 10 wceks after the first sludge application on the permeable sandy loam, and after about 1 year on the silt loam. The N balance indicated that considerable amounts of N may have been lost by denitrifiaition, volatiliration, or both, where > 30 metric ton/ha were applied. A1ineraliration of organic N was more rapid ihar. previously reported. Up to 50% of the appli orgjnic N v.•as,~iineralizcd withiL 3vy~ eks aftcr jJje last sludge plicd~on.f~urli#j the~rcni.~ninj 125 prbnthf of lfio .~ cxperi:nent, the mineralization rate was essentially constant at Nutrient uptake by crops cannot be expected to rccovcr : the nitrogen and phosphorus addcd at typical sludge dis- i ! posal rates, i.e., 10 to 20 metric ton/ha (llinesly ct al., 1971; Kclling ct a1., 1977). While N can also be lost from the soil by volatilization and dcnitUification, the hiGh N i eontent of many sludges will usually limit the application ' rate on agricultura7 I:utd. Thc Atnoirnt of sludpc-: pplied N available for Icaching' is potcntislly quite hi,~h (Braids et al., 1970;1iing, 1973), since from about 20 to 50~o of the N in liquicl sludti;c is in the casily nitrificd N114-N form (Pctcrson ct al., 1973). Lysimctcr studies by llincsly ct al. (1971).showcd rapid mo%,crncnt of N01 N tlnongh 120 crn of silt loam soil trcatcd with 38 or 76 metric ton/ha dry soiids per ycar of .. --_ - - . . ,..~ ___ --.t_ ,.r il..- iircs auuk
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• - ~ 50331 0172 - - r. 73 III Rel-77 S.P. Re . Surv. Circ.(U.S.)726125-146(1975) ~ Assessment of eothermal Resources of the United States-1975 Assessment of Onshore Geopressured-Geothermal Resources in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Basin By S. S. Papadopulos, R. H. Wallacp Jr,f J. B. Wesselman, and R. E. Taylor Geoprck,iu•cd zuttc.4 in t.hts rtutihern Gitlf of Mexicu 1» tsin .u•u I:nown to uc.ctu• in '1'ettiarY scdiwt•ntti Ient•utlt tut utVa uf over `?7fi,G0(1 ktit=, ext.ettdiul; ftrntt tltc Itio (.t:uuie in 'Tesu, nortlt- cttshv,u•il to tltu vit!itiit.,y of tlue tuutul (t of Ihu Pearl River in i.tntisittnu and frutu Iho I1uulward lxttuulury uf l:uuIur l;ruWth futtlting u,utltcu,t: wtu•(l tu thu etlhti+ of Ilu+ ('untittetitu) tilu-lf (strs /ib. 15). 1)w•inf; Ilue, cuitt-e of IhiS Stucly, it. Wtts fuuntl thut },Vul,rr.•,tn•t•d zonrs oct•ur ul,u in un- iuoltl,r(l (`rc•ttu•cuu~ti „-4linint,( un'~ rlyi}tg })Ite - Tortiuiy sr.liutrttt.+hu,! exf.~'i,litl~ ftlrtl,rl~ iulunrl'' wulet• un atltliliunitl wVu of ,tl. h•u,t 52,000 I;u,'. tlutt, tin,c,.It,ni•S (1969, 1970) Iuul 11'allar.o (1:)70) I,ur•e tli-wutiw,l and utl4•tui,tai lu exl,lain ~ttL- surfavu I,liysicu) couflitiatis Iliut cunibittts lo I,ru- tlucr, f,multrmsurt•d-gcothcrtuuI tr,t•rt•uit:, Several un;tlysea of Iht! I,utentiul u,t. of !,cul lieruiul ciirrgJ' fur t•Icctrit ul l,u~~ct }~ ncrul iutt and estinuttt•, of t.1ut niugnittulc of tl,u retiout•cu have IK•c•n Itrc,,,iitt•,I (1'urmil;i:utu, 1973; llet•riu, 1973; 1Wilson and utltct•,, 1D7-1; I)ut•lium, 1;)7-1; 11tyet•s and u(hem, 1:/7•1 ; 1)urfnuin uiul KtrLle. 1l171; 1fuuvs iutd ulliet., 1975). 1Ltliko olltcr f;iv,tlhrrluul urt•itti thut arP ]x+inl; comtiiclt•md fur tlir, tlcvclt il,iurtl t uf ~ iu r~, tl~~ k 11
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50331 0247 ~_._.~._._ . .___ ... _.._ .. ... - - --- _ ._. Ch t-Nslt.ar,_ H4max_ E, ,_ Jt:" Author. r v Q~l . U 0 ?. . ~ fQ
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Y1 '1o-.yy TOBACCO--CHEMISTRY/TOB.'1CCO--LEAVES--'nAX/ 50331 0193 S.P. _ 41 s.n ~-t" FJR CLASS t:0.. PA.*if'}tLET VI To 79 s. p. . „.--..- - Ni:;hida, T. ; Enzell, C. R. ` Uo: , re s. llE n. , Stoc}:ho~ ,, St:eden) tiwc:c:is!~ l nhacco S1:':SI'1'I".l~t) ?2IOT0-O;;Y(;}:?:ATIO + OF TO~~.CCO jY:;}?AP:OIDS. Tobacco Ch~:T~. Res. Conf., 33rd, tape, Lexiugton, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 1979) are of interest not only because they are (i n i:n fi 1 i sit)~Scnsitized photo-oxygenation reactions likely to occur in the wax of the tobacco leaf but also since they oimic the jeourse of oxygenase-catalyzed reactions. The photo-oxygenation of three tobacco ;eembranoids were studied and some preliminary results are reported. The re- 'action of (1S,2E,4S,7E,11E)-4-hydroxy-2,7,11-eembratrien-6-one with singlet :oxygea proceeds with an ene attack at the 11,12 double bond. The hydroperoxide formed undergoes a facile conversion to a strble 8,11-epidioxide, which was assigned the structure (1S,2E,4S)-8,11-epidloxy-4-hydroxy-2,12(20)-ce:jbradien-6- one. This reaction sequence servcd as a model for the biogeneses of 8,11-epoxy- 4-hydt•zy-2,12(20)-cembradiea-6-one and 8,11-epoxy-4-hydroxy-2,12-cembraGien-6- one, two compounds recently isolated from Creek tobacco. The seco-diketone, 11- isopropyl-4,8-dlmethyl-3,7,12-pentadecatriene-2,14-dione undergoes a preferen- tial ene reaction at the 7,8 double bond giving hydroperoxides, which readily ~tyclized to 4,7-epidioxy-1l-isopropyl-4-methyl-8-methylene-12-pentadecaene-2,14- diones. Treatment of the reaction mixture with EF 3-etherate catalyzed Nook- •Criegee cleavage reactions of the hydroperoxides yielded a moderate amount of norsolanadione and a nunber of previously unid.:ntified nor-eembranoids. (1S,2E, 4S,6R,7E,11E)-2,7,11-Cembratriene-4,6-diol reacted slowly with singlct oxygen giving 1.a. the 11-hydroperoxide of 7,8-epoxy-4-hydroxy-2=12(20)-cexbradien-6- One. ', f „ . i C' fi Cl f~ r1 t1 U 2 I e ta 6
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50331 0244 % / -- L ~ TP ~W83t~''El~ ° i 958 s 'Kat nual~~-f- ~~ nual for the essence industry; comprisitlb the most d h f f d f ki ll ki d nio ern inet essences o s or ma ng a n s o or liquors, brandies, liqueurs, and all alcoholic drinks, fruit- juices, fruit-wines, and jams. Also, manufacturing min- erai waters; essences of fruits and other vegetable raw materials; fancy leinonades of every kind; essences for confectionerv, pastry, and the kitchen; manufacturing col- ors and perfumes, as well as cosmetics and soap per- fmnes, with a full d°scrlptton of raw materials and of (Continued on next card) 16-14323 a 0 ~n 0 n.:o 0 2 1 -s7
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rLNVUKHNIJ--fUUU/ FOOD SCIENCE, A SERIES MONOGRAPHS , VOL.7/ DIARY PRODUCTS/SOY PRODUCTS/FLAVOR ENHANCERS/ FOOD--ANALYSIS/COCOAX BEVERAGES/TASTE ENHANCERS/ ~ TP ' 958 Te 1981 . t Flavor Research RECENT ADVANCES EDITED BY Roy Teranishi and Robert A. Flath Western Regional Researc6 Gnfer Agricultural Research Service U.S. Department of Agricutture Brrkeley, Ca/i/ornia Hiroshi Sugisawa Kagaroa Unicersity Mikicko, Kagawa-ken, Japan ~ 50331 0237 FOOD SCIENCE. ,A Series of Monopraphs Editors STEVEN R. TANNENBAUM :ly1"OLVAMM& •pannent oJNunltlon and Food Sdence Deparrnrent ojFood Scfence slamchuxttelneNrute of Tethnolosy wnqentnsen Asrfrurru.ac unrvereiry 6mbrldre, Mas.echusetd Wegeningen, The NetherLnde MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York and Basel 9 ~~ n o n 5 0
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Paper presezted at the Sycposi::m on Sweeteners of the L65th Natior.al ::eetir_g of the J+.merican Chemical Society Da12as, Texas; April 8-13, 1973. XX MeF-D-3dI-73 $e y SW"c.ETENF'R ECO:30M?CS l;gricuiturEl Econoa;ist . . . Ma,rketir.g Econo~aics Livision Economic Research Service United States Department of A,a,ricuZtt:re Market Size : ~ y .. ;. _: . . 50331 0239 •~- e 0 6 n n . n n~? ~~~
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50331 0226 , 1 • ' D. R• lidchcr INHALATIn\ / AEWOSOI.S/ III Du2-73 BR. JOUR. RADIOL. 45(536)(1972)630 S'P. (t~!TL'111i.'S OX TllF AII;CIPPTION or 1~11ALL9 t1rCOG?C.~PqAN PROP::LL.I\T ~'.1POl'Ni C51~ (((C'3)A 's~ TR~CEH T[l-H\IQL'Gi, , BrfVMVA. Aiorgan, A. Black. 3f:Vsbh and M j a rJ.aslrr c } 1 r- r col Q•jlinn /Il.ri' ri ~ ~s~. ' ..::.~-s:..C ,4f~y JG ) 4.' Ytcssurigrf bro:..iwdil~:l,y; .c(.•.ols u>cd in Thh u.vtry.•nt of sstllrpJ Cnnt.:in a nnturc of t!uorotjrivn p•o;,a•V,r.ts. Cuncnlll•, /l.arc is wntr cnr.rclh recar.:,n,' Il.r cir.!,.,c toxicity oi thcsc con,pound.. ?1• all u:c cun,n:oe!.• uscd P1ol.c1l.IWa cn.-tJin tiJ.•Inu t.. In .rdJ,llnn F1un:inc, It ts • pqssif.lc tv lal.cl 16.nt ,,,th 3'C'! "d to use ir..:ar mrtl,ods to ttuJ;• rl.vir t'• •.rrlr•,n jnc4 r.r.crr .; In '1 irc cony+uunds .naat.~..trJ In.fuatcd fJuorocarlxur11, -12, -113 onJ-114. Fo11u..in/ s:r:ac brc~:h ~.lr.tini.u..tinn, niuch nf the Inlo1.•J r•. .%i,.•t.-J ,.,.1,nut .w- _ tothcd.'11.na is 1•c.auw d•r 1!•r•.•~:..rhnns I.jac a lu,a lipid tulul.rhtv :.nJ Jrc onlv al r.. h.. ••rf.. •! Gi•ru .nr. rllnoth.•J :,..rtcr:.•I r. ••.:• t.,I ,n but Ih: .%Clclwn rale L.IIa rfu,r.• r.•;•nli.: .:.d ..ttr r?,• thc t"lv.onta•nt 13 t•nIl• 1cJ,•.c.l A1 II- Unrc, t:-e q Of TJ. M'nist. rc.l ,.+1-.u/ t• t.r•r•r.! av• t, J fruru .u, .., r.: . r•! IU t.cr 0 6 t f1 n n 0 0 nt I,r rba.,r..Q• r.-11 : n. ? 1 L.r c. nr t, ..r.- 11. .• a. •
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50331 0233 SMO1:Ii:G 1 r1/3IIJ~ I1.•Ti-J"IO1Jt:r= ;.A: l' ~IG:v/• _ ~ .,-..-..~--,...-...~.,.: _ . . . . . ~ 75 •\ Wa TORACCO--SMC~::IL'G--ANTI-S:•`OKIICG CA1•IF'Al(:A'/SM01:ITvG AND IIP.i+1,Tii/ TOP,A.CCO---Ti1STORY/ RJR CLASS NO. YA~11'lIl.I:T X Wa *(no 4ffi1.)* TIIF IiUtC7I1C SH!'L"SC OF AFtiT:ICA. Aii OUTLINE ACl:I:IST.:NLCOTINI:. PrintinS Tiouse William }:dwin KudSc,iit. Vernon, N. Y. , 1.924, 27 p. (1924) (in T:nI;lisli) L *tv'otc date* *19 7 5, No. 1, Iti' F33 **d* Tobacco medicine: 0 6 n n -n o U2 1,4 6 9
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50331 0236 lC;:+ri~y:L..~Lt.Ltna,.i.:N•s+a"- . xouc/: 3 yE 1 ~~ ' J 374 V EC3 n„, t0841 • . ji ~ t -?sS.f . JOURNAI. QF THE E Nlls RC NMEN7AL ENGINEERING DIVISION COI!'SUItiTERS VlATI;R QUALITX INDZX C-~a~~A* c,~ia $y'1'blMAWW}YRl"Skit and Frank L. Parker,=M. ASCE lrnnoouc7ww Until recently, the most fundamental procedure for describing the quality of a body of water was to assign to it an adjective such as clear, muddy, foul, etc. Such a procedure, while desirable in its simplicity, leaves a great deal to be desired in its rigor and reproducabitity. Therefore. scirntists have subs!itu:ed, in place of these descriptors, measurements of specific characteristics of the water body, which can be used to describe water qtu~.tity. Parameters such as dissolved nt-, a
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50331 0243 .. IX Re2-79 S.P. EVALUATION OF SMOKING-INDUCED EFFECTS ON SYMPATHETIC, HEbIODYNAMIC AND METABOLiC VARIABLES WITH RESPECT TO PLASMA NICOTINE AND COHb LEVELS In w:ww~Cwn w..www..1+..6:w..n \rn nfCnnle wf /"/lT..i6 n..nw ...:{{. In~rntr •... •.- r, (: • I Atherosclerosis. 33 (1979) 271-283 Esev~er/North-Holland ScientiC Publishers, blishers, Ltd. U. SPOHR, K. HOFMANN, W. STECK, J. HARENBERG, $i WALTER, N. HENGEN, J. AUGUSTIN. H. MORL, A. KOCH, A. HORSCH and E. WEBER Department o/lnternal:Nedieine, (Ludolf-Krehl•Klinik), Heidelberg (F.R.G.) (Received 26 October, 1978) (Revised, received 14 February, 1979) (Accepted 23 February, 1979) The effect of smoking cigarettes containing 1.5 mg and 0.08 mg nicotine per cigarette and of sham-smoking was studied in six healthy habitual smokers. Levels of carboxyhemoglobin (COHb) and plasma nicotine were measured simultaneously with hemodynamic variables, such as heart rate and blood pressure, and with the metabolic parameters, plasma DBH, cortisol, blood glucose, lactate and free fatty acids. All variables, with the exception of COlib are dose related to plasma nicotine levels. Blood pressure, heart rate and lactate show simultaneous peaks together with maximal nicotine levels, while DBli and cortisol, blood glucose and free fatty acids show a delayed reaction compared 0 6 n o n n 0 2 1 -1-3 6 a
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50331 0225 Y11Ilri)"A ir:i::~Iiv:7; . , . , , 1 / f l•tltm:.ii +n.+l Jo..:nol a.( At.t+licd R~+'.iati~nt . nd Isolo;+r•s, 1~%a \'•+2. ?1• t+p. 2C,5?!1. ;. t~... ~ ~.. ~ , / 0' - • ` • ~ . . ;. {~ :~,%: , . .-. ,_~ ~-- .......... - Pa.g.nnon 1'tcss. Pti::d•d in \o~d~tu~ :.clai~d . /~ // / ~ "l! ~ i • Alb,,sor_-11k_ron a.riIT~ct:cDtion ofr 1n. -iaIcd FIuori~~~.tec3- ~~-yc~ro; a.~,1~on ~7a.~ou:~-s A. A-fO]ZGAN, A. BLACK, 1•i,-A1-A),%H ar,d 1). R. fiI:LC))1;7t 1-Icalth Physics tnd sJcdical 1)iri+ion, Atotnic Enc••gr I'.cscarcl, l:staLlisht:,cnt, I Jarwell, Dic'cot, l3erks, ];n ;1::ud (Rrrrii,rd 15 D.rrnthcr 1971) 1:nc:in.icti\'c traccr trcln,iqucs wcrc n-.f d to utcas:u'c th^ I+at ti:iort cnc flicicnts o` G,Ir a!il)h:+ti - I f1 6 il f1 tl Et ti 1 1 :x i:
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50331 0249 { Q ~Yslle'r;: Ki11ii,R_ti., Jt-. Aottrbr: f J 123 ' Jacobs, ilforris Boris, 1905- Dictionlry of microbiolol-ly Iby, :1lorris 13. Jacobs, .lfaurice J. Gerstein tandl William G.11'alter. Princeton, N. J., Van Nostrand t19571 270 p. lilus. 24 cm. 7 1. 11i lcroblol ogy-Dict lonarics. QRJ.J18 --., "57G.03 589.9503 5G-12152 Library of Congress C_.~ 130, G~ a' 1 nol Et tl 7 f t~ ?, . .. , ... , ..w . .. -;.• • ., .. .... . . . . .... . . . . . .. . . .. ....
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50331 0248 t t _ ' ' . ~ QN f DISSF.RTATIONS--U?7IVF.RSITY hF "tASS.4r'?tI/S!'TTS/ i This dissertaBon has b..n - aotttoGl.aed.aaNy as recsi.ed 67-8858 ~ 7t~~I-I`m'rv~ ~fA~'i'~Re~t!»At'1t1e~1l~y. 19?s- VOLATILES FROtiI T11E T13L'RZL1L DECIt1DaTION OF~GLL'COSE. Univer3tty of Ittassachusetts, Ph.D., 1967 Food Techaology ~ ~ 1'r Lir. rl University Microfilms. Inc.. Ann Arbor, Mkhigan
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50331 0241 ft ! i Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 9(~9G 9~ 4S7 ALTERATIONS OF THE HUMAN ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM INDUCED BY STRESSFUL VERBAL ACTIVITY' Elsevier Publishing Company. Amsterdam - Printcd in The Netherlands 80 II Ey-81 S.P. JAN BERtKHOUT,~Cf.~1 .~Q;'.WA1:FE1, AND W. Ross ADEY Space Biology Laboratory. Brain Research lnsiirnre, University of Califc,rnio, Los Angeles, Calif. 90024 (U.S.A.) (Accepted for publication: March 24, 1969) The EEG has been proved an efficient and sensitive indicator of CNS reactivity in several distinct areas of 1aboratory str;ss evahtation.One such area includes the presentation of symbolic or verbal stimuli of a potentially stressful nature, the affective value of these stimuli being assessed under conditions of passive perception. Under such conditions.. the phase relationships of dominant rhythmic segments of the EEG, measured between opposite sides and poles of the head, have proved to be valuable parameters for discerning and quantifying hymaneack ons. rjDa~ow(4nd (bny,}se (~95~ Dairowr3nd91icks association between information-bearing stimuli in other sensory modes. These responses are both complementary to and compatible with the phase shift phenomena described by Darrow and his co-workers. Several other facets of the EEG have been associated with the perception of discrete verbal stimuli since the earliest observations on the relationship of the EEG and behavior. Travis and Egan (1938) reported an increase in the frequency of the alpha rhythm following verbal stimulation, which appeared to be consistent over several subjects, despite very crude control over I
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>0331 0210 .Pepcorn aV C'• ~ . _61- (l70, r) 9•2 6 =~r'a8 // t S 7!J avor: Td ntification of Yolatile Compounds J t` ~ ~/ 80 I I Po IOU&XWO04 Robert C. Lindsay,' and Leonard M. Libbdy 1j_ ( ) S_P_ 1 V/Jlac {.N~.tTV ~~s wc.c .~~ .n ~ryC~n.. -.--w4tich sYa popped conventionally in oil and without ol in  microwave oven. Techniques employing popper headspace gas erntaainment and vacuum peam distillation of a slurry of ground poppcd corn were used. The aqueous condensate and vacuum distillate were extracted with dieth,vl ether, and con- centrated etlter extracts were analyzed by a coupled ps chrornatograph-snass spectrometer utilizing packed and capillary columns. Thirty-six cwns- pounds were identified by comparison of their spectra with referencc spectra. Rrlative retention t'une coincidence with known compounds served to confirm the mass spectral identifications. Another 20 compounds were tcntatkrly identiticd by mass spectrometry. Compounds believcd to make im- portant contributions to the flavor and aroma of popcorn are pyrazines, furans, pyrroles, carbonyls, and substituted phenols. S tudies have bnea carried out on several food products A fraction enriched in acidic and neutral compounds (a), whose typical flavor is formed as a direct result of and one enriched in basic compounds (b), were obtained by: roasting or frying. Products studied include coffee acidifying the aqueous popper condensate (original pH approx. (Stoll er o%, 1967; Goldman er al., 1967; Bondarovich rJ al., 7) to pH 2 with 10% HCI and extracting four times with 23 1967a; StoRelsnu and Pypker, 1968), cocoa (Flament er d., ml portions of ether, then adjusting the acidic solution to 1967; Marion er ol., 1967; Riza, 1967; Van der Wal er a/., pH 9-10 with sodium carbonate and extracting four times with 1968; r•an Praag et aJ.,1968), potato chips (Mookherjee er al., 25 ml portions of ether. 1965; QfanY, 1967), and roasted peanuts (Mason d aL, Gas (lromatographic AnalycS and Odor E.a/mtioa. The 1966; Mason sl 0%,1967)• ether extracts were separated by gas chromatography utilizing Popcorn is another popular food item in which the char- four difierent columns. For convenience, the columns are acltristic flavor is produced during heat processing. Since designated by Roman numerals and the operating conditions the unique flavor and arotqa of popcorn has such wide appeal are given for each below. I knowledge of the impoftant (lavor compounds could be used f 12-R X 0.085 in. i^d. steinless stetl, acked mth S'J, lt~~!~ i~t4i)DViM nnv G,n.i ..' ,nuvra a.> .....~.~. .,-- : : _ . - . . ~ _ _-_.-. w M I F6 # 7
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50331 0245 TP 958 w i Walter, Erich. Manual for the essence industry ... (Card 2) laboratory practice, by Erich Walter .. 1st ed. 1st thousand. New York, John Wiley & sons, inc. ; [etc., etc.] 1916. uiii, 427 p. illus. 23j". $4.00 1. Flavoring essences. 2. Beverages. 3. Essences and essential oils. n TP450.W25 16-14323 Library of Congress a Copyright A 431506 tt,.o 0 :.2. ..1. S..Ps . .
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50331 0246 cl op CR Qd 4oq~or - " Jf/i`/V lH /'YA1 r, :c . G: ••- ~BAKB~oxr~ Ti° yi.r 7 ~: ,zi4nerican 65ooking: i97 ~outhe~~a~t~~le by Bugeae.: Walter 0 u ~1 fI ~(I 0?, 1 t~ 9 TTME L•.IrE BOOK5
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50331 0251 T .~~.~.~.. -...~..k.-__ _..,[.._-j ;TP 1370 i Sm ," ._ - ~ititsl~eir t~ .. r H is'- (1t=,; Autlior) as- , e . Smith, Donald Bailey. Introductory food science: a background textbook university studies in: food science, dotnestie science, n tion, dietetics, agriculture and related sciences, a linl, tween sixth form and university, by D. B. Smith and A Walters. Lonclon, Classic Publications, 1967. 164 p. lllus., tables, diagrs. 22; cnt. 25/- (12/6 pbk.) Bibliob^ra h (B~-3 P 9: p. 13:1-142. 1. Food. 2. Food Industrs and trade. i. Walters, Ar Iinrr,r, joint attthnr. rt. Title. iNL\(: 1. Food. 2. I'ood-t'rocessino Indu~Ary. TX 333 WA"-i I [T1 -u1] C41.3 67-699:?9/ NL\I-Chared Catalo;ing t. •~ for Library of Conaress 131 7 tl n to ~ j 2 1 £)
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74 X Na TbRACCO-_-Sti_OI:IN(:--_ANTI-SMOKING _CAMPAIGN/SaOKING AND IIEALTIi/-. • I ~ ~ r " "OBACCO -SMOKING -tIEPLTH EFFECT/ i ! ~ National FiroadcastinQ , IS YOUR LIFE MI':C UP ' OF PROGCA: d::OT FOR 1•:0?SF.`: O:;LY . ; ±:3ational Broadcasting 50331 RJR CLASS NO. PA'.~L~HLEr 74 X Na Corpany, `:ew York, N. Y. U. S. IN SMOKE? TR.4tiSCRIPT FOR WEEK APRIL 15, 1974 ~, ~ r~ (r->>~-) , Co., Transcript, (in English) . panel discussion, anti-smoking , *1974, No. 12, W 5193* *d* , Tobacco medicine ~~~ .. _..._._ , . ~...~. ~. __. ~. .. .,._. ....... •v. . _ _.. ._. __ _ ._ _ _ 0252 ~ r^ 9 7 ! , ~ z; 0 r) E3 fi
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50331 0240 :. An Instrument for Clinical Assessment/ gp ZC Zy-%1 `- _ s. . .~The 1Tarital Communication Rating Scheduleol-7 l' 2 0loyce Borkin,',' Edwin ). Thomas? an[j Accepted June 2, 1980 d697 MG529 p'~ BORK ,~ 28i J BEHAV ASc,~ESS S-i'7-,?07 ! The 1Lfarital Communication Rating Schedule (AfCRaSJ is presented as an ob- sen,ationally based clinical rating system for assessing verbal beharior in marital communication. Data from 35 response display discussions lasting from 20 to 30 min each, which took place between 11 married couples, were used to ex- mnrine aspects of the reliability and validity of the instrument. Three raters made independent ratings of 3 7 hfCRaS categories for each husband and wife for each discussion period. Reliability anong the ratcrs was shown to be high when calculated within one scale point. Concurrent validity was assessed by com- paring AlCRaS ratings for four categories with obsen,ationally based validation criteria independently coded and measured. Results indicated that for three categories - negative statements, overgeneralizations, and amount of talk - ratings produced results that were similar to those yielded by laborious coding ojaudiotapeL For one categvry, opinions requested, a relationship between the I a 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 S.1
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50331 0262 ~a NVa1taia; Jack: Edwiud.-:J.89.6-;. Research management: principles and pt;actice, by J. E. Walters. Washington, Spartan Books, 1665. Yill, 387 p. illus. 25 cnt. Cover title: The management of research & development. IIibliographs: p. 17-22. 1. Research, Industrial-3fanagement t. Title: The manage- ment of research S& development. T175.5.W3 Library of Congress .~ ~_ . ~ ! ~ 0 653.5i 62-21310 L-1-11
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50331 0263 xx Wa2 EGG I'; C%CESSIAi:C PI At:T DSSIC?t by P.ogPr I,. Walters end Errol 1ua IJ`,YOU-17, D. Rodda. 1967 a .tagog Amarican Socie.y of Agricultur.al Eugineer.n
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50331 0258 T(1BACC0--SMOY.E--PiIENbLS % T01iACC0--SMOKE--ACIDS / 76 IX Wa TOBACCO--S2•SOKE--ANALYSIS/ _•._. .. , . CLASS t10. PA1•iP11LET 76 IX Wa ..;. , PJR 1~f~sb'~abt:A:; Davenport, li. K.; liill, R. K. . '.' ' (U.' S. Dept:"ADr., ABr. Res. Serv•~ Athena, Gu.; Univ. Ca., Athcna, Ca•, • • ~ ' .. . . • . , • , •.~. . • . . . ... •.I. .. '' `.\. • r . • . . • S• `• U ) APPROACiIES TO T1iE IDENTIFICATION OF P1lL1tOLIC ACIDS IN TOBACCO SISOKL:• Bull• Ga• Acad. Sci. 33 (No. 2) i4 (1975) (in EnSlish) .'. *Keywords:* rhenol.'.c acids, smoke, constituent., : 1 n!, i~ t1 n 17 1 5 4
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50331 0267 i AIYD W-dM}:US. 195; 354 rp. Pexe,eZan k:r, ss Isex 'a ork ~i* n n ~ 1 U^. 0 ... ... ~ • . . . .... . _ • • . . . • -1 i, ~ ~'~• . ... ~ . . . .
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74 1}: tdal iOBP,CCO--SA'OKI'=-CA5 _ C4iP.0'{!4'LOCIiAPIiX./T023ACC}~---S;;~i:G-;-COt7~TZ2.iR K1c Or~ • ; f_:...~..__..._...~ , . _.~~.:. _. _ 1`OifAGCO=1--ES1'ERS •-- - ~I`_ BJR CLASS NO. PAazP:IT.ET 74 IX Wal. : ~ ~ ters'; ,~. $Fr; Chamberlain, W. J. ; Chortyk, 0. T. `~ ~.:.: . ., . , . (U. S. T)ap. Agr., Aar. Res. Serv., Richard B. Russell Agr. Res. Cent., „ Athens, Ga., U. S.) ' ~ CIS AND TRANS FATTY ACIDS IN CIGAI:ETTE SMOKE CONDENSATE. Confidential manuscript to be published in Tobacco Sci. (in English) *Keyz:ords:* linolelaidate (trans, trans-9,12-octadecadienoate), smoke, constituent; palnitoleate (cis-S-hexadecenoate), smoke, constituent; aleate (cis-9-octadecenoate), smoke, constituent; lineoleate (cis, cis-9,12-octadecadienoate), smoke, *1974, No. :.7, W 7077* *d* Tobacco chewistry__ ~ - - . -- . - - . , - --.:~,---~-_, . 0331 0259 5 constituent. q fi, ~ :T-7- - f 3 9
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50331 0266 QC 454 Wa 1979 SPECTROSCOPY/ Springer Series in Optical Sciences, I(OL,a,I Editors Editorial Bwrd: J. M. Enoch D. L MaAdam A L scn.riow r. Tamir MWaltheC and K.W. Rothe Laser Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg NewYork 1979 ; . ~, .,.. „ Spectroscopy IV Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference Rottach-Egem, Fed. Rep. of Germany, ~ June 11-15, 1979 Ij ~-)° t t o N n 6 0 X 1 17 1) 1
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50331 0242 V Electroenceph lography and Clinical Neurophysiology 486 Elsevier Publishing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands 80 II Ey-81 ON UNITS AND DIMENSIONS FOR REPORTING SPECTRAL S' P' INTENSITIESI Drparrnunrs of Pltystology and of Anatomy, and BraJR Rrsemch Insrtruls, U.C.L.A. Ca+ter for the Health Loi Anreki, Cal(!. 9002I ( U.s.d.) (Accepted for publication: August 23, 1967) In reporting spectra of EEGs. I propose that the •limension be called intensity, with the less appropriate term "power" allowed as a colloquial synonym, under the elear understanding that the brain is not a I dD resistor. I propose further that the units of intensity will usually best be chosen as square microvolts per cycle-per-second (µV=/(c/sec), orµV=•sec•e-tJ. This unit is to be preferred to related ones, such as microvolts, microvolts per cycle- per-second, or square microvolts, for teasons which the following idealized example is intended to make clear. Suppose that a particular segment of EEG is spectrally analyzed by one laboratory (Lab A) with filters centered i ts w w,~ supportedajn pal't by~r Ut~d States 61 Rb ' e Set.~ce Gfant TLB-02501.• ' on every integer frequency, by another (Lab B) every other integer, and by a third (Lab C) every third. Except for differences having seoondary importance for the pres- ent discussion, their results should be as shown in Table 1. Note that the filters pf Lab B. centered on even integer frequencies, will see approximately half of the intensity in neighboring integer bands; for example, the filter centered at 2 c/sec (± I e{sec) will see approximately half of what was seen by laboratory A at I= 0.3 and half of what lab A saw at 3:E 0.3. •Ibus the intensity (in pV') at 2 f 1 will be 2 x 0.3 -~- 3-'r 4 x 0.5 a 6 µV=, or, in O's/ (c/sec), 2 X 0.2S + 3 X 0.S T 4 X 0.23 soc). If Labs B and C report their speara in µV! (7- -:e 1, column o) it is rather indire+ct to decide whether : uV= a
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50331 0276 78 VII Ag-81 S.P. TObACCO--BUKLEY--I:URlNG/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 VII Ag-81 s.p. Swetnam, L. d. ; Casada, J. H. ; Duncan, G. A. (Univ. Ky., Agr. Eng. Dep., Lexington, Ky., U. S.) CURING PRIMED BURLEY TOBACCO LEAVES WITH NATURAL AIR. Amer. Soc. Agr. Eng. 23, No. 6, 1573-7 (1980) (in English) Burley tobacco leaves were cured with unheated forced air in both spikec racks ind in boxes designed to simulate big box curing. Airflow rates of 5.61 and 7.48 m/h/kg (1.5 and 2 cfm/lb) yielded the best rack-cured tobacco. The box-curec tobaco was of very poor quality, all of the experimentally cured tobacco was significantly lower in equivalent marekt price than stalk-cut barn-cured control. 0ts , r! n n t1 U?. 1A 0
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III Du2 77 S.P. Results from the One Box Yinetics-Transpor': Codc `50331 0275 : _ -4 Ce_l.i forn ia Ur_iv,, 7.ivermore (Usa) . Lawrence Livermore Lab. (9500007) AUT HOP :*Wa2t on;`, J. - J; : P.63"11IG3 FLD: 4A, 558, 68A t1SA2903 26 Sep 73 16p CONTRACT: R-7405-Eng-48 ?SOtiITOR: 18 1,BSTR?:Ci : For abstract, see t3SA 29 03, number 07467. PESC:?IPTO1%S: (*'arth atmosphere, Gaseous wastes), (*Gaseous wastes, *Diffusion) , (*Aircraft, Gaseous wastes) , (*Ozone, #Chemical reactions ), ISispersions, Environnent, Hydrogen, FSotion, Nitrogen oxides, Oxygen , Particles, Water -- IDEItTTFI ERS : AFC UCID-16367 rTIS Prices: PC$3.00/MFs1.45 r3 r.t ()?_ !. s~ a i • ~
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PRINCIPLES AND MTHODS OF CI21•;:S1CAL A:+AL:S' S 1952 435 paEQs Pxcnt3ce-Hatl, Inc. Nc:hr York
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(4.339- 45(/99 . ~ ~ II MeA -78 S P --50331 0222 2 A Field Study of the Agricultural Use of Sewage Sludge: I. Effect on Crop Yield and Uptake of N and P1 K. A. Kclling, A. E. Pctcrson,-'Y : m.Ar'lsh, J. A. Ryan, and D. R. Kecncy= ABSTRACT Anaerobically digested liquid sewage sludge was applied to field plots at rates of 0, 3.75, 7.5, 15, 30, and 60 metric tons dry solids/ ha on a Warsaw sandy loam and a Piano silt loam during the sum- mer of 1971. Additional experiments were established at both loca- tions in 1972 and 1973 using the same treatment rates. Following sludge application the 1971 and 1972 trials were planted to rye (Seca/e cereale L./. After rye forage harvest the following spring, the residual crop responses were tested with corn (Zea rnays L.) on the 1971 and 1972 exp:rimental areas for up to 3 years. The 1973 plots were initially cropped to sorghum-sudan (Sorghum bicolar L. Moench X S. sudanese P. Stapf.) followed by 1 year of corn. Yields of the first crop following sludge application typically in- creased significantly up to the 7.5-metric ton/ha rate on the silt loam soil, and up to the 15-metriC tons/ha rate on the sandy loam soil. This corresponded to an application of 190 and 380 kg/ha of available N, and 183 and 36G kg/ha of total P for the 7.5 and 15 metric tons/ha rates, respectively. In some eases, the 30- and 60- metric tons/ha rates depressed the first crop yields, possibly be- cause of We amounts of oluble salts in t e slyl~lge. ~Residual ~. benefits from sl~dge w0re eent for ~Lllcas~ yeafs at ltse I„gfier •% treatment rates. _,-_t;IffCESlIIG_la ~~ LSt~f11° ~enrr~Y r~ci.t'nrl in rr^rhrrt :n^rr.ncnc .. tively high rates of commercial fertilizer. However, in ~' few cases, supplemcntal additions of N and K furthcr in- ereascd yields (Coker, 19G6a, 196Gb, 1966c). Research has also shown that the lack of K in dried sludge can limit yields (Bear and Prince, 1947; Lunt, 1959). 1Vhen liquid sludgc is spread on agricultural land, the nutrients contained thcrein arc successfully rccyclcd only when subsequent plant growth is removed and utilized. ~ Thcrefore, the loading rates and life of a disposal area arc determined, in part, by the efficiency of the cropin taking ttp these nutrir.nts. The large amounts of N and P in liquid sludge, and their potential for ground or surface water pollution,.ntandatc evaluation of the fatc of these nutrients. Uptake of N from liquid digested sludge by coastal bcrmudagrass (Cynudon daclylon L. Pcrs.) and rye (Sccalt ccrcalc L.) (King and'.1lcrrris, 1972c) ranged from 24.3 to 9.3% of the 1,500 to 9,100 kg N/ha aplrlicd, whilc 63% of a 724-kg N/ha fertilizer trcatmcnt s.•as rrcovcrcd. Tissue P .rf..-r. .l /•.. r..•~r.......r ti...1_
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_ .....~..._. _.. ~ _ TOBACCO--BURLEY--CIJRING/TOBACCO--CURING--MOISTURE/ _ _ 50331 0278 ~ 75 VII Hei RJR CLASS NO. PArfPliLET 75 VII Hel Henson, W. H., Jr. ; Bunn, J. M. ; (U. S. Dep. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv., Agr. Eng. Dep., Univ. Ky., Lexington, Ky., U. S.) DRY WEIGHT LOSSES OF BURLEY TOBACCO DURING CURING. Trans. ASAE 17 (No. 2) 319-22 (1974) (in English) *1975, No. 4, W 1200* *d* Tobacco chemistry: U 6 n n ~ fl cl 7 1 9 1
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50331 0264 ,. ~ xx ~ rieE3 ? (1970) ~ S.P.wa1riFr?i;;-,K'oy v. rA:;OS0h7L:i CL1:T1ui W:,, A 5econd Sy :posiL:m 1ie2d at the Palmex tiouse, ChicE!t,n, Junci 7, 1955, Uade-r the Spoa:;oi:,1hip of tha P.eaeurch and Devei.op-~;ciit ©ssociaLes, rcad Fiv.d C::r,tai+ier Institut'e, Inc., by Roy fl. k'alters and Bot27.Znd A. Isker. :.nsti_tute, Inc. 19 55 83 Pi_-es i?.esearch and Deve7.opra.:nt Chic^.vo ;asv4i.atcc, rcod and ContPiner 1 7 7 ~: j; • 1 ; ct n c~ 0 2
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50331 0224 II DfeA2-78 J. Environ. Qual. 6(4)352-8(1977) S.P: A Fic(d Study of the Agricultural Use of-Sewage Slur:;ge: Itt. Effect on Uptake and Extractability of Sludge-Borne ftletals'l K. A. Kclling, D. R. Kccncy,'L`:~d:~Vafs~i; Hna J. A. Ryan2 ABSTRACT Metal concentrations in soil and plant tissue reulting from land application of liquid digested sewage sludge were examined by de- termining Cu, Zn, Cd, Ni, and Cr in rye (Secalc ccrcatc L.) and sorghum-sudan (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench X S. sudanese P. Stapf.i forage tissue, in corn (Zcs rnays L.) grain and stovcr, and DTPA-extractable metals in soil. Four crops were grown successive• ly after the application of up to 60 metric ton/Ira (dry solids basis) of liquid sewage sludge on a sandy loam and a silt loam in>ryiscon- sin. In general, the addition of sludge increased the concentrations of Cu, Zn, Cd, and Ni in the vegetative tissue but, except for Zn, the additions had relatively little effect on the metal content of corn grain. Chromium did not accumulate in the tissue or grain. In all cases, concentrations of metals were below levels considered to be toxic to the crops grown. Total recovcry of added metals by the four crops was C 1°,S for Cu, Cd, Ni, and Cr, and 1 to 3% for Zn. Levels of DTPA-extractable Cu, Zn, Cd, and Ni, but not Cr, in- ereascd with sludge treatment. Rcyression analysis sho ed t~,i t DTPA migh~ 4e us~ful a pr'cto['pf nlt#al ~++cer~atio~s in vegetatire pttftions't`f the plint. liowevcr, the rclationships were not the sam.+. for ditterent crops. 1"Iie dicreaces in metal conccnira_ 7 accwnulation of some mctats (Ilinesly ct al., 1972; King and Ntorris, 1972a, 1972b; Clrancy, 1973; Tylcr, 1972; Cltumblcy, 1971; Kccncy et at., 1975). Alctals most likely to result in phytotoxic cffccts to crops are Cu, Zn, and Ni (Chumblcy, 197 1; 13crrow and 11'cbbcr, 1972). Scvcral studics have indicated that cxccs• sivc amounts of Cu and Z.n adrtcd with s1utlSc probably c,+rrscd poor crop growth (L,unt, 1959; Rhorlc, 1962; King and I Morris, I972a). Iligh concentrations of Ni aridcd with slutlgc can also causc yicld reductions (1'attcrson. 1971). It'cl,l>cr (1972) attrilrutcd recluccd yiclds of bccts (llcta uu/{aris 1..) :td lctiucc (Lactuca sativa I..) to sludGc- dcrivcd Cu, %n, and Ni. Food chain accumulatiornt of tlresc tnctals would not appear to be a problrm, since the amount that is normally toxic to plants is less than the conccntrations that a:c harnrful to animals or hum:tt. Cadntium accumul:rtion, hrnv:vcr, is of rnajor conccrn ;rnc'. it has been srr,r,~;cstctl thcrl on!y m. !cri:rls with luw Cd:Z.•
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50331 0269 :. Y .,. i GERMAN LANGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--ENGLISH/DICTIONARIES--TECI!NOLOGY/ ENGLISH LANGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--GERMAN/DICTIONARIES--ENGLISII-GERlt?ti/ DICTIONARIES--GERMAN-ENGLISH/ TECHNICAL- DICTIONARY. TECHNIK-WORTERDUCH ® . . : : .... .. %• .,,.,~. . . - r:.. ... • ; YOLYTECHNICAL DICTIONARY Polytechnisches Worterbuch .Z, VoluMes -:- - . Deutsch-Englisch EngUsc3i-Deutscfi ;,eiman-English Irnglish-Gcrman Herausgegeben von Ing. Rudoll lYalther ~` Mit etwa 100000 Wortstellen AL Zwelle. durcbgesehene Auflage 2nd Revised Edition. VEB VERLAG TECHNIK BERLIN i I 210QWa ~ 1973
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50331 0271 , . +`ii'.t:+lEr»~.~ (2tatr.:-n i.lek;ro:ec~+.-Jktr,.. Graz. 3ustria). ? iiulYri.'plrRrcKqf:fr, 001, G~.. ,.:rr_ (Gtr). To p:cvent elec. JLECTROV MICROSCf%?Y. 1ISJ?5a Met.llic Yntinr, nf nonconJuctin6 tuater(ais fcr scan- `tiag electroa miucuo, y. E.; .t1'at• 73 XI Ql~i };rgTALLIC COATING 0^ '0?;CO.`.'DtfCTINi; MATERIALS FOR SCANNItiG e?:ar6ing, nnncmlJu:rinq 3~:+p;,s icr scannin; ekctton miuo=eo;,y c.cre cor.ed ..it1+ -I+er•A t!tick; .ce{S-ad- bering Au hyer4 by icu =1~utter+r; ic a coactntinnai device w9th a routing Dcndulwn s) stera. ./! ' . ,ii1 , i • i.- - 1lietallbeschichtung nichtleitender aaterialie zur Rasterelektronenmikroskopie F. Crascnick, E. Jaicopil und 11. \\'ytingcr Zentrum for Elcktroncnmikroskopic. Gra: r i I r. n o 0n f 1 t' o U2 1 ,.
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75` VII He - TOBACCO--CURING--MnISTURE/T03ACCQ--PRICES/_ _ Lexingtor EFFECTS OF HIGH HUr1IDITY CURING ON DRY WEIGHT AND SUPPORT PRICE OF Trans. ASAE 17 (No. 4) 717-19 (1974)(in English) *1975, No. 2, W 189* *d* Tobacco agriculture (economics): BL'RLEY 0279 ~ 0•cS ~~. ~)~ t). ,7 "~•. 9 '2 " 50331 R3R CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 VII He Henson, W. H., Jr.;~hf~tXfdtii s:~,;.R+_; Bunn, J. rf. (U. S. Dep. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv.; Agr. Eng., Dept., Univ. Ky., Ky., U. S.)
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. . ., ., IT ~~e4 --Rr) f1 1 S.P,1 ;, sot»•tct Q~P~;ftY }J 1 . n • Cii1CU1.c,ENTA110N 1:REpONT NO. _. NAGE - _ ~ NSF-RA-E-72-274 4. ld4 oM SuDtAte !'artality frormt, espiratory Disease in Five Southwestern Counties, Some Unexplained Findings Departraent of Preventive Pledicine & Com.nunity Nealth Rochester, P1Ew York 14627 ). Avtno.tal __S.A. Kunitz, .C. _ OdQroff,_E._~Jt3;t.trietr _ 9. ieAonn-nr O•,.nt.r.on h.n.e .na Aaa..a, University of Rochester School of hedicine 1800 G Street, N.W. _ Washington, D.C. 20550 7S. SuppleTent.ry Notee - _--- ^-_ 1L Sponw•.n= OrR.Mra.on N.me .nd Add.ess- -- Encineering and Applied Science (EAS) National Science Foundation crj 50331 0265 P•~-".. 3003S6 f. Report U._ 147 2 ~ (~ - •. P.rlorminQ OrQ.nlr.t7on R.pt. No. 10 v.ojccl/Tess/work unit No. Il. COnl.act(C) or Grent(G) No. fS) (C) l3. T7pe of Report a ierlod Covered 3.. 16. ALSt.ece (l..n,t~.?00 eros) The effect of changing air quality on ht'..dn health and disease in the American South- west is art issue of concern. This paper assesses the quality of the already existing mortqlity aa•I ai~ G~Ipli~ty d5ca frorjzaroiis influenced by po~:er plant construction and indi~cates the kind of studies required for adequate surveillance and control of in- J
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VL Ke9-79 S.P. Ti>Ie Breakdown into Nitric Oxide of Compounds - r I Z. Lcbcnsm. Untcrs;Forwtt. 167. 3t5_a9(1978) - Potentially Derived from Niirite in a Biological Matrix ;'Robert James Hart and Simon I'erse British Food Manufacturing Industries Rcsearch Association, Lcathcnccad, Surrey, Great Britain insl,tncc, Ihcrmal dcg,rtdatiun. :lnurm, conrrt,unds potcntially fotntrd from nitrite that have been studied in rclation to their breakdown to nitric oxide have tccn inclullcd ;tn alkyl nitr,ttc, an alk%l nitrite, an amincr,cidc,.ut aioxy comhound, a nitramine, a nitro- Offprint r.yulSls to: C. L. Waltors (ultllrtis,s src athnc) which could also give rise to nitric oxide under, for ~J Summary. N-Nitroso compounds caii be determined / usina a chemiluminescence analyzer by means of the nitric oxide liberated as a volatile product of their dcnitrosation using hydrogen bromide [1. 2]. Much of the nitrite present in or added to a food matrix can be lost even during storage iii a refrigerated condition and (htts the possibility arises of its conversion into compounds othcr than nitros;tmincs and nitros;tmic!cs 50331 0253 0 br) 0 n o c, ~ 1 guanidine. a nitrolic acid, a nitrone, att oxime, a pseudonitrole, a pseudonitrosite, a thionitrite, a thio- nitrate as wcll as C-nitro and C-nitroso compounds. Only in the case of the nitrolic acid and the thionitrate was it likely that interference with the determination of N-nitroso compounds could occur to any con- sidcrablc extent. Even under the mild conditions of refrigeratcd storage, a large proportion of nitrite in contact %%ith a food matrix is lost over thccoursc ofa few days [3].1 hrout;h the use of nitritc labcllcd with "N, it has hrcn found that the ni;rorcn atom was incorporated intu hoth low and high molecu!ar wci,zht components. including oxides of nitrc,-cn, during the rrrscrvation of ineat with this cotahound [4]. Nitrite is rthahlc of reaction with a numbcr of tylxs of compounds to be found in a hiolo,~ic;tl tn,ttrix, tltcrchv rcdurim! its cnn-Fn- 7
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i: ;I 1 t 4 0 [t u U~.; ~~ t) f r f Ullti%}i:.snnvya • ,kar:vks • (s•LNoao.t • NUOA rns:t • c!»c);jxo . SS~tld N 0L -'Jii'0 }aad .. - '~ . siuio; Ieoluyoa1;;r.0'lE 3noqs BtrtitI,-,luu3 i C. R •`r.j J ' ' =%U i:u Cll7-iln •I t.r.N :... 7.~('r( l. t . .. . ..S'= -.. ..,• ._. . .'`~. b ~. • l .; .t )J~ I l.iOLL(I :.- %II57.J'I3- IV OLZO lEEOS
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, . . f _. ~ _ . r-..f,.f..,.. w•.+~..._.~y',~;•~a~.-.-<tr_...;.-'^... .z .~..r~w•~.~-.....-...--.......-~r!--.....~-.a..•.r~..r.........r•- .•.. . .. RJR CLASS NO. PAPff'IiL1:T 71 YI Wa1tor.-s-],. R.; llcnson, 1•'. 11., Jr. (Univcrsity I:v., U. S. Dep. A^r., Agr. Eui;. Res. Div., Lexington, f U. S.) 2.OISTL'F._: SOItPTIO.I OF BU:.LT:Y TOBACCO. 4. Trans. ASAE 13, 466-463 (1970) (in English) f1971, ao. 19, W s~'s68* xln,:t .... U 6 ._T~~~~~~ r: :.R.~ ....-. ~.~..a . .:-L.sa .~.~.. = _ ..._.... ~~ __ .
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50331 0250 . a nr9- (31 S.P. tFFECT OF VAGOTOMY ON GASTRIC NITROSAMINE PRODUCTION. Jr t REEO, r: L R sMtTH, F Il HMnF, At+l< ,1M&qW*5tAUW /Goslruinlr.Ninal U»N Wtxhnm Pork Hu.spiral, SlouAh, BcrA- shirt; Brirish food Mannfocnninx /nrbrs- trits Rtscvrch As.axiation, Ltalhcrheod, Snrrty, ond Dtparrmtn( of Pharniarnl.rRy, GHV s Ho.spirol Mtdirol School. Lnnikm) Gastric cancer develops more freyuemly in achlorhydric corxlitions, including partial gastrectomy and vagotomy with drainage, a recent report noting a much tihorter induction period after the laticr procedure. There is strong evidence indicating that N-nitroso compounds, formed by gastric flora converting dietary nitrate (aia nitrite) and dietary or endo- =enous nitrosatable amines, may be important in Eastric carcinogenesis in ~ aehlorhydria. Animal studies using N- Mcahyl-N'-nitn.-N-nitrrxoguanidinc have demonstrated accelerated gastric cancer . _. _ ., - . __ ,. . ,.,_. Trr-.. ~0.,-.r.- _ groducl" ~ ~Bect of sygotomy on Rastrk eitrosarn'- . 611f) R c~ u~ 1 r: a , )my. Kecenuy %.c demonstrated a highly significant rela- tionship between a rise in gastric pN, increase in total N-nitnosamineconcentra- tion and growth of nitrate reducing gut flora in uppcr gastruinicstinal di.ca.c, including cancer, and also during cime- tidine treatment. Fortytight fasting gastric juice speLi- mens from 29 vagotomised patients, 26 when not treated and 22 during cimeti- dine treatment, were analysed baclcric.- logically, for pH, nitrite, and total N- nitrtxn campounds. Vagotomy resulted in sitnitiotnlly hiElxr hactcrial );rowth (t• (i114) and mwn N-nitm,amitx cnn- centralion (r<00?) compared with nor- mal controls, especially when performed more than six years previously. Levcls also rose during cimetidine areatment, significantly so in six paticnts studicd serially, N-nitrosamines (v<0-o021 an pH (r<0•05). Thcsc data cuMum th significant relationshin hctwccn pit arn N-nilrowminc pnxluction twpecially i ach1urhydria, Morc dctailcd .Indics ar 9
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50331 0273 .rr IN }+ ~ T~ t 7r'.~~ 1.1 r~' ~ J by \7titILLI/`,.Ai P.1i:MAi` i!:, PiD.D. t'r,,fessc,r 1:'n,crL'rs of G;;r,;i.slrs•, •lr•: Srutc Ultil•crsil)• Profcswr 1'isi:cuttc, Uirircvsi;hrd 11 itc'inrr;.! r!r !r yjiRo, Pcrt'r and HA ROLl3 OF: 1~hfi.7.,! Viv a: !'rofcssor oj~Yrcnri Ilr,ircrslrs• oj Cr.'or•ado PERG I A % 1A ON 1'RF.SS O.ifor•d • ilrcm York • Toru;tto ,
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i Z. Lebcnsra. Untcn. Forsch. 169, t-3 (1979) 79. III Wa z Determination ofAtratc at LoY"'Levcl - without Prior Cxif6aktion ~ ( and its Differentiation fronyNitritc ~iff6i~d I:~ W~tfrt's, Robert James Hart, and Simon Perse &itisb Food Manufacturing Industries Rescarch Association, Lcaderhead, Surrcy, Great Britain . , . ~ Die Ikstimmung %-on geringen Nitratmcnoen ohnc vonccrigc Extruktion und Untcrschcidung des Nitrates vom Nitrit ZusantmenLtssuna'. Es wurde ein Reagens, das Ti- tan(III)-chlorid und Bromwasserstoff enth:ilt, cntwik- kelt, welchcs das Nitrat nach Ansaucrung unter Frei- sctzung von Stickoxyd in eine Form, wahrschcinlich Nitrit, umwandclt. Auf dicsc Weisc fiihrt die Zugabc . 50331 0254 2e1u"t'll Im ~ Le bensmittel- Untersuchung und-Forschung (E)J. F. ticrgmann Vcrlat; 1979 The coc(ticients of variation for the nitric oxide re- sponses from 1.0 µg and 10 µg of potassium nitrate were 12 and 9.2%, respectively. At a level of 10 µs of KNO,, 97.8±4.2; of nitric oxide expected from an equivalent amount of nitritc wa5Lobtaincd from nitratc, following reduction with the titanous chloride reagent. Ascorbic acid did not intcrfcrc with the determination of nitrate in this manncr, but a similar nitric oxidc rc- sponse was obtained from N-nitrodimcthylamincn ' des Rcabeenscs bci ri,ncrjtj~Iat+junT smittfI oatr ci ficr aq- 7 deren gctrocknetcn nitrathalti~rn Substanz zur Bil- e nP, eincs dune von StickosYd. d;is_durettslic_Anwcndu -
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50331 0256 i : I Nitrosar;h~u;,bes'° envi.i--onmo-nta[- ~ ~ Y ~ ~•_.~, j^~ ~r!./ ~ iY it j~1®'~~. `OI 1,0 C~r9 . VI Re -79 S.P. B r 13 ,C't~ la» Most N-nitroso compounds arc carcinogenic to cxpcrimcntal animals. The environmcnt contains the bacteria and catalysts ncccssary for their forma- tion-what then arc thc risks to the human i)opulation? Whilst attempts have been made by Jones and Grendon' to assess the likely eftects of the exposure of a population to low levels of an individual carcinogen over long periods, it would be almost impossible to quantify the synergism that probably exists between such compounds of environmental origin. In generaf, the quantity of s carcinogen required for tumour N-nitrosodiethylamine (DEN), for in- stance, has proved to be active in all of the 11 species in which it has been tested' ranging from fish to higher primates. Whilst none has been tested deliberately in man himseif, the metab- olism of N-nitrosodimethylamine (WAN) in human liver is strikingly similar to that in the same organ of aflected species.' NOTIC tbis matorial f proteaed by c law (Title 17 U a H,C "I N ,, CO r H,C~ ~i~` Aminopyrine CH3 ~ ~ In n ~/ 1~ ll 7 t i t, .
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50331 0268 s~6 7 Pere.:.*non Frcao ].046 Pa?es Ilcw YaYet t~ ~, ~:i n n o cj 9 1 -qri I
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VI ke9-7y 5.r. 'I'1ic 1'ossi{t'lc Role of Lipid Pseudonitrosites in Nitrosamil;e Fort>liatiotl in Fried Bacon , bis-, Robert James 1 lart, and Simon Pcrse ISritish Food Manutacturing Industries Rescarch Association, l.catlicncead, Surrey. Great tiritain 50331 0257 % Lcbrnsni. llntcn. Nor.ch. I(,ti, 177-IlsU(I9T1, Dic ntii;;lichc Rolle dcr Lipid-Pscudonitrositc in der son, lycngarand Panalaks [Z] in which frcc proline in Nitrosantinhildung in I;ebratenem Speck bacon is converted into N-titrosoproline which is dccarboxytatcd thcrmally to N-nitrosopyrrolidinc. %usamtncnfassunw. Das unecsiittigte Tri-l)Tcrid Pal- However, Nakamura, Baba, Nakoaka, Wadu, Ishi- mitodiolcin rcaricrt mit Stickstoffmonozid lihnlich bashi and Kawabata [4] determined that the mccha- wie Cyclohexcn al; I;cispicl fur ein einfacheres Olefin. nism is dependent on the temperature. Over the range Die 7-.unahmc des Sticktoff,i.:halts des Triglycerids 100-150°C, the formation of NOI'yr from proline stimnite mit der I3ildumi von 1'scudonitrositen an den through pN,rrolidi;-,e as an intermediate was similar to Doppelbindungen uberein. [3cim Erhitzen des nitro- that produced via N-nitrosoproline. At 175 `C and sierten Triglycerids mit Morpholin in cinem Lipidlo- above, however, the yield obtained via pyrrolidinc was su1lpnltttt'I trat etnc Nltrl)sterunr des Morpholins cin. greater than that through the intermediate formation Es wird angcnommcn, da[i cin ahnlicher Vorgan_ fur of N-nitrosoproline followed by its dccarboxylation. the frying of bacon is die Bildunl: von N-Nitrosopyrrolidin bcini Tiratcn .-on The NOPyr formed during gepokeltem f3acon verantwurtlich scin kounte, da das located pr lnclpaliy in the residual fatty tissue and the Nitrosamin hauptsachlich in der Fettphase -efunden exuded fat [5]. Nitrite is present in the fat of unfried wird. bacon but at concentrations generally considerably lower than those within the lean portion. Accordine to Summary{,Thc-uns~ lur:y~-d ljYid,, a1mitodklcir`, has Gray and Dugan [6], most of the prolinc of mcat is to been founcT'to rcact ~~ tth nitric oxill intl~ke~aantfer t~ (be found in its constituent protcin althou~.h the colla- __simpler otefins such as cyclohexene. The increase in its gen of connective tissue, representing 2-3% of the n nrccttrsor _to_NO- _ _ a
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50331 0260 . TOBACCO--SMOKE--PHENOLS/TOBACCO--SAfOKE--dNALYT ICA1. METHODS / CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--TOBACCO SMOKE/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--THIN-LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY/ - . . . • , ... . 76 IX Wa-78 RJR CLASS NO. PA"'.PHLET 76 IX Wa-78 . ~. _ ._. -_ . . tU. S. Dep. Agr:; Agr. Res. Serv., Tobacco Lab., Athens, Ga., U. S.) MONITORING PHENOLICS IN CIGARETTE SMORE CONDENSATE FRACTION'S BY MICRO- POLYAPIIDE THIN-LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY. Jour. Anal. Tox. 1, 218-20 (1977) (in English) *Constituents too numerous to list.* A rapid, sonsilivo, and convenient thin-layer chromato- ~ , ~ graphic method was developed for the dotoction of phenollc ~ ' compounds-particuiarly catcchol.(1,2-dihydroxrbonzeno) In ' eigarotto smoke. Micro-polyamide plates are used with a ' benzene, methanol, and acotic acid mixture (45:8:4) as ~ developing solvent and diazotized bonzidino as a spray reagent to produce vivid, characteristicalty cotgred spots. Data on At values and colors for some phonolics Fn cigarette ~ smoke condensate are given. '-~--------------- - -- •- -------
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-,. 50331 0285 72 VIIZ.He T05ACC0--CURIhG--CHE:•fICAL CHANGE/ lfe; sor, '.J. If. RJR CLASS \~0. Pa.'P;!1_ET 71 VI IJ. He , Jr. I ~'aiR.~ • ?It~n I.1. ?f. f:n~. De Dc•p• /`+~~r• . Agr. Res. Serv.,.J~s!iir.~[on `' P'' r '~, h>'. , l1. 5, ) 0 . D. C. ; Univ. f:y., TH?: F.t;LATIn`: O: ~• > CC'Pi":r OF 13L'R1.t.Y ;'Og:;Ci:O. LEAF nTS1'UI'.r. CONTENT P`;D CF.tiT.yI\ C!?EXICAi. CH,t\G''S Dvf:I\G Trans. A::!er. Soc. !1Er. EnS. 15 (so. 2) 342-45 (1972) (in F.nElail) () 'It i) 0 • () 1 0 2 1 9 .n
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-50331 0274 - QD IttSTRLT':::~TS AND 2NSTRU"1EtiTATIO:d/HYDROGEIV ION CONCE:3TRATIONI 11,7 Gra TITRATIOI`, COCTZO.`CETRIC/TITRATIO.:S, COI3DtCTI*': TRIC/POTENTIO~'c.TRIC VIALYSIS/ 1973 pOLAROGP.APH AND POLAP.OCRAPNY/VISIBLE SPECTf:OSCOPY/ULTP.AVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY/ INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY--I"+ST_RG^.`fEtiTATI0~1/ATO:(IC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY/ ION EXCHA.itiGE CEiP.O`1ATOrRAPHY/CIIRO"-ATOGRAPiIIC ANALYS IS --PAPER CHRO:IATOGP.APHY/ CHRM-NTOGRAPHIC ELtiALYSIS--GAS CHP.O`LITOGRI:PEIY/ CHRO:1ATOGP.APRIC A.\ALYSIS--TIIIN-LAYER CHRO<<ATOGRAPHY/ CIIE:r[ISTRY, A."+ALYTIC--INSTRL"fiE,:TS/ UtiDERGRADL'A1 F. CIiEI•iI STRY , A SERI ES OF TEXTBOOKS. VoI• • 2 edited by J. J. LAGOI.'SKI, Vniv. of Texas at Austin. ,., fti~~~~~t~pr~! CE~ [~ r« ~C /`~L ~:~~l~LI~~L~ A [~~({1) jP Hl Sca RE U Kpi f~f~JI T~~~'Ga~A~`~ Jorge Reyes Dcporlmenl o1 Cnem'snY Oeporlmenf o! ChemJsiry (Jnwers%ry of Colorado Narlono7 Un' versily of Trvjitlo Ecv+drr, Colorodo Tru:J?o. P*ru MARCEL DEKKER, INC. NewYork 1973 0 ' r ! i ~ P
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50331 0281 . . . _ _ . _ .. ~:_ TOBACCO--BURLF.Y/TOBACCO--MOISTURF./ ; 76 VII Wa RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 VII Wa * I R. , Jr. 1 Waltoni-..L: . R. ; Henry, Z. A. ; Henson, W. TOBACCO LEAF. . MOISTURE DIFFUSION IN T11E CURED BURLEY ~ Trans. ASAE 19 (No. 4) 796-800 (1976) (in English) *Keywords:* moisture, cured, constituent. k ~~n nb n v~ I 9•1 . ~ . 1
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50331 0283 73 tIII Bu ,..:: - ~---- - - ~-- --- - - ------~. ! RJR CLASS NO. PA.`D'HLET 73 VII Bu ~ Eunn, J. `L ; :iunson, ;d. Ci., Jr., (U. S. Dep. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv., ~gr. Eng. Res. Div., Washington, D. C.; Uaiv. Kr., Ayr. Eng. Dep., Les::n;,ton, Ky., U. S. ) ; PREDICTI::G D1%.:.1GE TO BURLEY T0B1'.CCO FROM A.'+1 ADVEP.SE CURING ENVIRO:I:F--:IT. j Trans. Arer. Soc..Agr. Lng. 15, 474-475 (1972) (in English) ; TOBACCO--CURING/
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73 VII Bu TOBACCO--CURING/ ' 50331 0277 P,JR CLASS `:O. PA.R1pH:.ET 73 VI? Bu Bunn, J. M, ; Iiensor., W. H. , Jr. (U. S. Dep. Agr., Asr. Res. Serv., Agr. rno. Res. Div., Washington, D. C.; Univ. ls., A' -r. Er.,. D--P., Lexington, Ky., U. S.) DEVELT OF EQUATION TO PI'.EDICT TO BURLEY TOBACCO FRO:•1 AN ADYEr^SE Cj:'.I::G F::l'II'.0\Mc';T_. Taaus. :.r.!er. Soc. Abr. Eng. 15, 471-3 (1972) (in English) *1973, ':;o. 3, W 653* *Im* Tcb-cc~_ ~, n (1 .')
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TOBACCO--CURING--SOLAR 79 VII Wa RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 VII Wa •''btAlflWFL-,tRIrt Henson, W. H., Jr.: McNeill, S. G.;Parker, B. F.; Bunn,J.M. (Univ. Ky., Agr. Eng. Dep., Lexington, Ky., U. S.) SOLAR CURING FACILITIES FOR BURLEY TOBACCO. Trans. ASAE 21 (No. 4) 762-66, 1 The solar-collecfor=rocktied=sirage "system was superior to the solar-collector-no-storage system and the transmitting-roof system because it provided heat during critical periods of high humidity. 2 A rockbed can be used for thermal storage to supply heat for 3 days of curing without replenishing. ----- - ~ 72 (July-Aug. 1978) (in English) ~3 A tapeced-temperature gradient torms trom t:unt j to back of a rockbed because of heat conduction ~ along the bed and heat loss caused by the intermittent ~ nature of the operation. ~• 4 A solar curing facility with a 3 to 4 day heat 1supply stored in the rockbed should provide the capa- bility to prevent the 6 percent tobacco quality less that Hamon (1954) indicates can be recovered by using heat to lower relative humidity_.. __--- 1 f~ no n n-n 2 19 9
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73 vzi Bu Tof,ACCO--CURII;c---•MotS7UR1:/ - 50331 ~ ~ RJR CLASS NO. P&%YIiLLT 73 VII Bu Bunn, J. M. ; fienson, F7, lf. , Jr. ;~'b.'1~'~*"wc= 0287 ~ (U. S. Dep.- 0r.', Agr. hServ,., !.Er. I nl;. Aep., Ler,iriBton, Y.y. ; Univ. . ~ Ky., Les:int,ton, 3:y ., U. 4 ~ {•1£IGfIT LOSS Dt'RING CU?ItiC OF STA1.K TOBACCO.• ~ ~ Trans. Ar•~cr. Soc. As.•. En-. 16 (vo. 1)'140-141 (1973) (in English) ~ . . , . _. -- . .. ~Z.•.~.-~,.-Y...H:..-~.~ . . . . .-s."^.ws`rfw.w~~....... ••. L" n tt[' n o oJ 2l, ``
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- L _ S0J3j 0280 , TOBACCO--FILLING CAPACITY/ 80 VI Bu RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 VI Bu Bunn, J. M.; Henson, W. H., Jr.; 4ft;",_,i:;,A~ (Univ. Ky., Lexington, Ky., U. S.) MEASUREMENT OF THE FILLING VALUE OF BURLEY TOBACCO. Trans. ASAE 22 (No. 5) 1190-92 (1979) (in English) C OMPRESSION tests were conducted on shredded ~ burley tobacco in which the basic procedures of l the "Delhi" method for determining filling value .vcre ~ used. Sample size and moisture content both has highly ~ significant effects on compression force. There.vas also a significant interaction between these two variables. ~ Compression speed had no significant cffect nor were ; there any significant interactions with speed. Cl 6 tl n n0 0 2 1 9.1
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50331 0261 .inr L_i;r UVIULJ/ iU nlk, 3UDZ-) IHnI,tJ/tfVV1KU141•1t(VIHL MUr41 fURING/ PERSQNAL MONITORS/LABORATORIES--SAFETY MEASURES/ LABQRATORIES--SAFETY--DESIGN/?pLYCYCLIC AROS•1ATIC HYDCRO-.;~ r CARNS, C 5 ' S!``. FE [ANDL[NG30 5 Iy~~ i f Chernical Carcinogens, F. ' Ntutagens,~ eratogens and L ~ Highly Toxic Substances ;. ~ VOLUME 1,2, edited by t'"' "-- - DOt3GEM IF.-1NALTERS.:, ~ Technical Programs Manager/Chemistry Branch National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (USDHE41) Research Triangle Park, North Carolina rANN ARBOR SCIENCE l~ I'UBLISHERS INC /THE BUTTERVv~GRTH CJaOIJf' v l -t r, _. _ 7 4 ofii) r) n() ci9.
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50331 0291 LUNGS--DUST DISEASES/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/DUSTS--INHALATION/ INHALATION/PARTICLES--AIR POLLUTION/TOBACCO--SMOKE--POLONIUM-210/ ..../SMOKING AND HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ TALC/ 576 INHALED PARTICLES Br 1977 T V PART 1, i~. (IN TWO PARTS) ~ Edited by -Proceedings of an Iiiterlrational Syv;+rposiul» W. H. WALTON,? . organized by The British Occupational H) gielre Society ffon. £ditor-in Chicf, Annals ojOccupaNwnnl fli;qieae n i t't ' t f O l Edilrburgh, 22-26 September 1975 PERGAMON PRESS s c u e o cupationa f~ledicine, Roxburgh Placc, EdinburK:- d assisted by - BRENDA McGOVERN Editorial Assistant, A+limis ojOccupatiorral ffigiene OXFORD . NEW YORK . TORONTO . SYDNEY . PARIS . FRANKFURT o 6 n t1 n(1 0 2 7 Cl
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Smoking & Health Bull. (May-June, 1973) 63 ?S.pll F'e3 INDUSTRIAL AAII•10:dIA GASSING. 73-0316. 3MMr,'\t. Industrial Ammonia Gacdng. lJrirish Jouniel of /ndusrric! Alcdreine 30(1): 7S-b6, January 1973. _ Seven cases of in3ustrial accidentc involvir:g ammonia pssing and subsequent studies to detect permanent lung dama^e in the six survivin, workers are reported. All the survivors attributed eontinuins symptoms to the gassing. . .,-..--....... - - 50331 0289 Ilots•a•er, all the men smoked 15 to 20 cigarettes a day up to the time of the accident, and only one j~ave up smoking after the accident. Of the more serious eases, one had stopped smoking and taken up pltysical training, which improvcd his lung function to above average. Two of the more scverely affected workers wiio continued to smoke had the lung function abnomialitics expected from their smoking. The other two seriously expoced workers, who also continued to sr•.ioke, experienced a persistent reduc- tion in ventilation and gas transfer that seemed to be due to the ammonia gascin,. In the presence of lung damage due to smoking it is difficult to determine whether aeute exposure to ammonia causes permanent lung damage. .. . ".-•-.- ~ : 7, a f~ ? O c~ f1 n~1 ~} i) ?2.
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50331 0294 TRANSLATION #~.IMA% and M. Hausermann ANALYTICAL SMOKING METHODS. II. DESCRIPTION OF OWN METHOD AND REVIEI4 OF EXISTING METHODS FOR THE PREPARATION OF SAMPLE CIGARETTES AND ARTIFICAL SMOKING. Mitt. Gebiete Lebensm. Hyg. 51 (4) 303-20 (1960) o ;~ n f1 n 0 u 2 2 0 7
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50331 0304 TRANSLATION .iQ&&U.; M. Hausermann and E. Nyari STUDY OF SMOKING METHODS. Transl. from: Mitt. Gebiete Lebensm. Hyg. 50 (3) 166-85 (1959) (1 i Ci tt o n i) 2 2 1 7
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50331 0284 73 XI f _ .- 1lep. , 1lep. , TOBACCO--EC,ONO:•tICS/ TOBACCO--CURING/ Eu __....T.013P,.CC0--QIJALI-TY-r-EFFI:CT: OF, CURIRG~;PfE'1'1{aI)/TOBACCO==CURIT:G/ .. ... Bunn, (U. S Lexi.nhton, 1'r]CE U. S. Lexington, RJR CLASS N0. P,~.mY11LET 73 XI Bu .~. M.; 1?ensori, W. 1,., Jr. . Ucp. l:;;r., Agr. Serv., Lexington, K}•. ; Univ. Ky., Agr. Lng. Ky., U. S.) - EVALUl4T'Lox OF tiULK-CUP.1:D, ST:.L::-CUT TOBACCO. Dep, Ap,r. , Agr. I:es. Serv. , Le::ington, t:y. ; Uuiv. Ky. , Agr. Eng. Ky., 12 p. (1973) (in Eng1ish) 0 0 n;? 0 2 ! 9 7
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50331 0288 TnRACCn--MOISTURE/ TOBACCO--STEriS/ TOBACCO--BURLEY--PHYSICAL PROPERTIES/TOBACCO--LEAVES--PHYSICAL PROPERTIES/ ••'76 VII Wa ~~ Soc. A rc Eng. 19(2)382-384(1976) Amer. , Elastlcityothe Cured Burley Tobacco Mi "~t1u~ 1~:`W~ton, J. Hubert Casacia, John N. Walker I a MlMIr1:H ASAE HE handling of burlcy tobacco Twithout breakage after it is cured dep:nds on the softness and pliability of the Ieaves, which vary with moisture content. Jeffrey (1940) indicated that leaf moisture cor.tent must be in the 20 and 30 percent (dry basis) range when they are to be removed from the stalk and tied in hands (bundles of leaves (hat can be conveniently held in the hand) in the conventional ntatt- ner. ... .__. ASSOC. MLA1Bt:R SNNIUR MEMUI:R ASAE ASAti they are markc(cd. The n~odulus of clasticity of the tobacco stalk has been determincd for application to the design of mechanical harvetitcrs for both flue cured (Suggs and Splintcr 1965 arld Young and Suggs 1967) and burley tobacco (Casada et a1. 1969). The modulus of rupture also would be an important parameter in all of these areas, but it would be of particular importance in describing ttl!_. flw"n o! .r ~, i..... :1. _ _ .. I U tl ~ l1 n n insufficient to obtain true rium, and natural variations biology caused actual moistu tents to differ from the sclcctc to somc extent; however, a goo tion in moisture contents over tire range was obtained. 7 he spccimens were tested a! supportcd beams. The simp ported bcaln equation is given 9 , :,,
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-50331 0293 72 '1IT :aa - Ai ROSO~ S/ • P XY--T -".--7 00- IM A L S OC I -~ ~i -'JA.'Y ScCtton I3 . : a• . . . , • . '<il.. P,;Ta ~ Juiic 1919 \'o. 35 113 The Production of Sprays and Rlists of Utiiform Drop Size . by Means of Spinning Disc Tyl c Sprayers By 1S`. I-t•' 1t'A1.'t'O\ *Axu W. C. Pltt:Wf: t"1' (',L•cvmical 1)rf.'ncr 1:x}x•rimcntal Stntinn, i'ortuii, Wilt;• ,. _ _- 9
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i5 n ~~_..tj u 1T:6i' ~t ~tox.: ~~~t,ty o{iT.IF?"+4 ^++n • r ?....Ttl o T 1A4 d a...,... ,:.~J uoFIVjsueJy S6Z0 lffOS
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VIII 50331 0299 _ ~ t,a xMi3walr-rTrip SI1.i IN 'LRA i.TT CJ 7F13itC fJi t'r.= dE LA ) .'r P: kaI.tY ..nC Ei:=izt:t vF ixyLro.:~rbcrn:~ e:cC':~iz1~ :o ~;~~, ~ prccest: . of . > : >t;.- o;' 3. 4: :;erxzopvre^:• tiiC :;::;~: vL STv:'( u 2) 11)••124 (1963) ~ Iiz t ~iG~:a::i ~F L`sI: E~r~1:Tc:S^ Cs">153~ +- ~! ~~• n o n: if ~~ ~ ~ ,~ ;~
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r--- r TRANSLI.TION Idt(I~r; 1ti ; lI cu .crmZC~tt, M. ,'•tnser, F. (Vercinli-,tc '.'abakfrrhraken AC:, ;ceuchatel-Serrierez ) 1)i;TCf;"fINr1'flOti OF_L'~'j'Z1DIT1; I:: Tlil: S'.•tOKI: P1'(>:•t CIGAit1;TT1:S, IdITiIIN' ilil; F1:A`il:h'ORI: OF Tl'.1: I)I:fl?1:?:??~~;T1U,~ `O1 Tllk: TOT.AL AL1:ALOI1)S. lieitr. Tatjakfor-:ch. 2(;llo. 6) 283-93 (1964) (in German - complete ^ I F.n,-,I ish translation available) *]9_7S, Ivo. 7, W 2076* ^d` '1'ot~acco chi•rryistr~•: • ~~ .~.._-.. _._ .. . . ., . -, ~._ _: -.• .,_.> ,_._. ....-,,. ,.. . ... . , _ . . .: .~ ,. . . _...,...._. , . . . -- ~•.-~... I U o o 1'1 n fl 0 2 2 ! .1 . 50331 0300 , a
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50331 0311 I?d21ERZTAl:CE OF P. yE.F3ALE STERILITY IN T013ACCO., by Hsiu:jfi h'an aad T. J. Hann. 11. C. State Univ. Tobacco Reprint Series No. 229. V1I l•Ja4 (1968) Reprinted from: Jour. Heredity Sf3 (No. 2) 85-87 (1967) Q fi. 0 0 r'! :() 0 2^-2. d1
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5p331 029Q t;el TOHACCO- -S;•',CKI?~;--SJI~7E"t~ TOP1+~.CC--3u0YIN,--iS1C1:OLC ;Yj . ?2 X RJ4 C1.~ SS 10. PA`:Pi1LET 72 XV31 .'Knt!^~l~;~: (Un:v~rsity P.oc' :~•-ter Sc`~. ':cd• D=ntistrv, Strong `!e:~. llosp., Rechester, :~. Y., U. S.) S`J!:11', A.`:T JJ AT.C:; :,~?.IS.A 3RF".F R.zFORT. iit Ett lish) .~ner. Jo~ir. nr. 123 (ti'o. 11) 1455-~6 (191'L) ( fi \ 0 rs n nn o o 9 2 n 3
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50331 0298 ITranslation Am,ltpltt;, •n •. f.Er1.'r.CiIO:;S Oid 5it3E Cli!}NCE ZI'! TOL.rCCO S2'"i;E Iii CJr.r;isL ~."":S: - ~A?:i. 0F C::L'?lr Sl:~r~ ~J'Ui:.i. ~:OxS~:.,°,fi ... .,-•, E, I'Yr:ID7~:P''''', Iit'„G':'?:;i . I'Hc;;U1.S, PYi.i:uAf`.z.'^,}.JL, SC0:"'G'-~,-;Tl.I F. tt7 C.,'wTt' Oa tiGiyOi,~D+: TI' S:iOi:E : S A n;iC:ICN .7r 7li.: FJPi' :.i;17 OF ~t r~•',. r.Z...irt. ~ . iii ,r .,.~a+1..E .~, Ly P. WaXtx €.nd N. tlr.usermtnn. Beikr.' Tabak£orooli. 3(No. 3) 1G9-202 (3.561) - f:nSZ£sii 4:.-c,nslrft~ton fru:.t the Gcrva.n .,t
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-50331 0302 TRA.KSLATION RUTIN--TOBACCO/CHLUROGF.NIC ACtDS--TOBACCO/ -y_ -- ~ --- TOBACCO _-AIC_e~T,~~ICAh R.JR CLASS I:O. TRANSLATION flaeusErnann, M. (Vereinigte Ta:,akfabriken AG., heucha*_eZ-Serricres, Switz.) A R•'~'ID SrECTi:CP:iOTO~MTRIC :'_LTHOD FOR Tt:E DETEM1Ic:_1TIOiT OF CHLOROGENIC ACID AND RL'TI:1 IN V03ACC.0. *(Eine :gektro~::nto~etrische Schnellmetho3e zur Bestimmung von Chloro- gensaure und F.uCin im Tab,~.n.. )* . Beitr. Tabakforsch. 1962 ('_~o. 7) 275-3; (Nov. 1962) (in Gercsn with Coa,Dlete Enolish Translation) 0 .) n n ! i r j c) ? ,,,! i r ' .'
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U U ( ySo1) +15°6vT a£ LtOpL'Ai:4}'j •T1 3:.'4m3 IL-J6U;!Ctla A:--,Ilo nUi3 yi.{;Airl(3 UO :.,aagjo rua :.~ ~r. :~ t! ~.^r..~N . ~ •:.fl ~JVt3cI 3fiti aifl??'dZe.rYu sll;al '`N'YVS(1M'S 90£0 l££0S
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50331 0316 Wt-n q•; D a G : ~. RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TP 156 Wa 1-968 MEMBRANES FOR REVERSE OSMOSIS DESALINATION BY DaRrCT CASTING ON F'taROUS SUPpORTS. Doctoral dissertation. Montana State Univ. 15'bB Univ. Mir_rofilMs International.Ann Arbor, MI.83 p. .68. (IN : E:NG. ) ISN = 6149 o ~s(1 n Il il o2229
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v 6%Y1 •S 'a PnW 'x13or •o •at f.q 'S_TSitx iIJ'; i,CJS :': <:wad 0:. :):qY.:3'vd SaiO:tl,LS .~ •(~ exqsor LOEO IfFOS
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50331 0313 I- ... ~_. _- -_ TP Wanderetock, . Jexexniah J. .( j t. author),. -; 370 R Rietz, Carl A .\ t*,ui(lc 10 t1u. Stdcction, c(,mbitt;it ion, a nd coulciitr of foods. 11'c~-tllurt, C'onn.. A\'I Pub. ('u., 19(i1- v. 2-1 cm. Incluiles biLlioeraphy. Cuart:~ts.-~. 1. Sclcctlon and o,uibination of foods. 1. F'tMpd. 2. ('ookcry. 3. Castronotny. T \G51.I:5 G1--- 1•_'1:17 *+ LiLr:u•y of Cuni;rkKs (). 4 .) - C; P. t.l. 0. . C '~ ~,=~ f' .... ... . ..-.. .
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r Z. Lebensm. Unters. Forsch.l 7. 229-232 (c97g) ffiC MeA4-79 Deferinination of 'itrite at Low Level without Prior Extraction '~.~(,t-1tt~ht. J. Downes, R. J. Hart, S. Pcrse, and P. L. R. Smith British Food Manufacturint! tnductrics Rcscarch Association, Ltatherhead, Surrey, Great Britain Bestimmune eines niedripen I~itrit-Niveaus oline vorherige Extraktion Zusammenfassune. Es %vurde eine Methode fiir die Be- stimmung cines niedrigen Nitrit-Niveaus cnhvickclt, die ohne vorheri-e Extraktion direkt auf Nahrungs- mittel oder andcre trockene i`Iaterialien anwendbar ist. Es wird das durch Einwirkung von Essigsaure aus Nitrit abgespaltene Stickstoffoxyd mit Hilfe eines Ch*Cmoluminescenz-Analysators bestimmt. Die Nach- I V i di i 0 d li b i 0? i fih Etg, em unge r , n e ar a- sgrenze egt c ~~ e tionskoct-,izienten unter Anwendung von 0,1 bczie- hungsweis~ 0,65 Et2•'Nat?iumrlitrit), 5,74unA,2% bo* ' hT[MAf f., Lebensmittel- thc method to the direct determination of nitrite in freeze-dried cod fish has indicated a content of 0.25 mo 0 Nai\'O2 per kg, equivalent to 0.050 mg per kg of the orioinal undried material. Whilst nitrate is distributed widely at comparatively high concentrations in water supplies, ve~etables and the environment in general, nitrite is not usually found at anything like the same concentrations, aithough bacterial and plant enzymes capable of reducing ni- 1,trate to nitrite arc widespread. In addition to the fur` a
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50331 0323 «ah~nn~;-, ` H Cr'Yy=" EFF: CT Ur' AQUEOUS SOLU'TIU1J OF CIGAREiTE SMO:{L (}ii I'l1k:i:MECZiJM'S CTLLLI, by Wang, ltcrry and Coser A. Nosal. Photo from: IWatomicul Rec. 151 (No.3) 480-81 (1465) 0 0'Y- ca 0 n...U 0 2- 23 6
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50331 0308 - . I . Hil AGWaitopl!!Y`y~C18~rk~~t~aLtb07~ Ei3gble„ t:crr.ath ~. : A],L:~f~.~lxl, i~iLbsc, Clu k~: r. W=?1cr, and I'wry F. 'iru:kNht. Pieprittt: £xvat %'uceau af tSfcrc.: Xeerbocic I96If 32 p• 0 s---:- . ---- . - - . _--;~--r -- .~ (1 rl ~ i t 1 7 i~ ~. ~
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50331 0320 L `( [ S L V=•~ J •,.. :Z.~d JL/34e . . ~' U t~ t) Q n: o i) 2 1
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50331 0297 IX Wa2 evil Ewj-k ~-s NSLTT_E7Ti.LC'r',S AL,!' DIE Fi1U.r,Iic::~;Gt::<ii'.ilic\ LXD by Ps 01Oe:'t" r,wluc•: L•°a."~Y'c~,'Lf 'fS'c~,'Lf'fS LS::i l~I-~T. •'••'~. '^~Cl: on ~. :~a :... . SncI:i:z HabrtE FncI Tobycao WneLi.tu.:.nts Suctt ag iotak Solidg, 3ct:-•B+ n-.,3gyren_, Fit2noj, AYcCaKc, ttco) 7e Pra5erttSvmed, 8Wao 2) 73-038 (I9G3) - With RJR pr,epaxcd Er4o,i(~';.h st,mxr.azy. _
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. ~..0 ~.G0 0' u-u _- ~...~ (C96X) OiT••FG CZ '~:y) 8: lc;anuxd .Z {•~ex2ti~ ~e; t.~~.;wvxvd tMUCas3 =ao ~q `53:,::`,~;l~~:a?~yity3 S3G Ld;,~;fivti:~~ < l,i~I'1jfk~S3c1 lotil ~JVC f . . - _ 9620 1E£OS
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50331 0324 CHE'i1ISTRY, PHYSICAL AND THEORETICAL/BIOLOGICAL CHE'P;ISTRY/ ENZYMES--KINETICS/X-RAY DIFFRACTION/STATISTICAL THE~1ODYNA1•1ICS/ SPECTROSCOPY/KINETICS/QUANTUM A1~CNAiIICS/DIFFUSION/SEDIMENTATIOtI/ PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY Principles and Applications QH 345 Ti 1978 in Biological Sciences Ignacio Tinoco, Jr. Unlvers/ry of CNilorni.. Bertefey Kenneth Sauer University of Calllornu, Berte/ey Hervard Unwersrry PRENTICE•HALL, INC, ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NEW JERSEY 07632 o6 ob2 `23 17 ' I
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50331 0319 Pnoo"YEILA RESOURC'3 AND TE-CHMKILOGY: STATUS X~"' and Surnmam Principal Investigators Nevin S. Scrimshaw Daniel., l.C.- Wang This report was funded under the'.Research Applied to National Needs (RANN), program of the National Science Fcundation, NISF grant AEN 75-13072. Its preparation was coordinated by the Department of Nutrition,and Food Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, with the assistance of external committees and consuitants. .o ~-l n n nc~ n2
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50331 0301 TOBACCO--S?SnKE--A:r;LYTZCAL ;ty'TaODS/ RJR TRANSLATION TOBACCO--S*+,OKr'--CHEMICAI. C01•1POSITION/ '!~'?"':~S"~'~'?C~-'4'-s ~" :.i~'R'!'~"r?' ~'~"~'!~'~'~~'^.r. *s.trt. ~ar!+•T.yA w-•s'!~e'±'E9-t•n.:,n;! = ~.^.~c"~L*~'."~.r_w•'.~^^~7sR"~ '~: ~.;'r r ~ J RJR CLASS NO. TPA=:SL.:TION P.; HaeLSermann, K.; Ktu12, A. (Vereinigte Tabakfabriken AG, Neuchatel-Serr{cres, Switz.) METH07 FOR THE QI.~:JTIT~;.IC E E:TER.SI::ATIO:~ OF C.1TEL~.'tOL IN CIGA.~TTE S:10c:.E. *(Methoden der Quantitativen 3esti:..::ung des 5renzcatechins im Cigarettenr,:uch. ) * Beitr. Tabakforsch. 3(No. 4) 263-77 (Oct. 1965) (:n Cerr,..an - Complete English translation avaiiable) *Keywords:* catecnol, smoke, constituent. - *1974, No. 6, W 2322* *d* Tobacco cheaistry: ~~ ri (1 ~~ ~ C1 ?, ^ !
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50331 0318 I Ma-78 by , PFEPM1TMN AND PR(JPFTCrIFS Or 1IDDLiILIZIML/r•ff:TIIIWL OXIDL7~SL•' C. L. Cooney, D.;-.I: C: HTaiiq, et al Departrent of Nutrition an3 Foocl Science 12-7 3-77 . ~y~~A~ ' ~ ~J'~ ~'~ ~~~~~1 T~J'~E 0A ~'E~a~~~~~~~~ ~~ ~~~ :UST~'~AL LI~~.~~S0r1- PROGRURA ~ DISTRlGUTED FOR l:oE BY : , MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY .•. 0 6 n 0 n n 0 2 23 1
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50331 0312 74 %.-IZI Re-74 '.THE TENSILE PROPERTIES OF ALUMINUM 7 .71>L 1 LLOYS F E Y ~ . Aluniint,m C°onrpan}' of Anicrica ' : .Nelt• Kensfnglon, f'enns}•lrania . INTROD1ICTJOV . :." • • • IL : OFt 1 D AT CR IIC OCEi , , others do not, to iorming at subzero temperatures. Over the past cicht ycars several different investigations ha%e been carricd out in this laboratory to determine whether or not cryoforming of aluminum alloys uill provide higher mechanical properties than µ•ilt be formed at room or elesated 1emperattJreS•ltI~ -it is well knoa•n that the mechanical properties of 301 stainless steel are creatl}• erihanced by formin; at cr%,o_enic temperatures ['•=J. This procedure is su(iicientl~• advantageous that thc tcchniquc of "cryoformin-" stainlcss steels has become a fairly standard procedure, and such products are available from scveral suppliers. Periodically questions arise about whether or not some advarlta;e can be eaincd by forming aluminum alloys at cryogenic temperatures. The small amount of work in the literature ['J is not decisive on this point, as some alloys appear to respond. wfiile _ _ . ! 7 ' . : TE1'IPERATURES ' ~ Advan. Cryog: Eng.. 18 170-74 (1973) '. J. G:1:aufman and E:T. Wsndercr,,t . ~ U S i] ri fl 0 ~?
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50331 0329 II Mes-79 S.P. Journal of Environmental Management (1979) 8, 25-42 , I Pulp and Paper Mill Wastewater, Part II: Environmenta! Control Aspects Afiu Hao Wang f,LnWrrnce'IC4,Waeg.. 4F J. Carlos Rivero de Aguilar New York S1ate Department of Environmental Consert•ation, ' Alhanv. New York 12233. U.S.A. Reccived 18 August 1977; and in revised form, 20 June 1978 Various biological, biological-chemical, and physical-chemical processes having potential to be used to treat the pulp and paper mill effluents are presented and assesscd. Storage oxidation basins and aerated stabilization basins are the most common biological units used. Other well-known biological processes, such as activated sludge, trickling filter, rotating biological disc and spray irrigation, are ~ not frequently used. Lignins present in the wastewater cannot be biodegraded easily. Recently industry has developed special formulations of mutant bacteria 25 001-4797/79 J010025 i• IS .502.00 j0 ®1979 Academic Press Inc. (London) Limited 0 6 'n0 n0 u2 2 Al' 2 i . ---_~___ __-_ _ _ - -----~_-
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50331 0338 Z 695 ma 1972 INFORMATION STORAGE-A.VD RETRIEnAL/ LIBRARIES--AL'TO'rL4TI0N/ eo€eral and OR!:= E.ibrGries ~ hv A hia E~~~ooiz L~ for' GUIDELINES FOR WMARlf AJ 1 OINiATI®N Barbara Evans Markuson ~ =ludith`'ti'la~ager'` Sharon Schatz Donald V. Black SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION •ANTA MOHiCA, CAUFORNIA FALLS ChufiC4i, VIRGI NIA -----,,,- t~ a's l 0 0 0 0 2 2 [ I
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50331 0333 XX MeC -78 ' S.P. NEW DIMENSIONS IN SYNTHETIC SI'lEETENIE(:Sr ANATOt•1ICAL COt•1PARTMf-7f1TALIZATIOi•d BY ADJUST(IE:NT • OF MOLECULAI2 S I ZE 7 Guy A. Crosby,* Grant E. DuBois, Ron L. IIaZe, Steve C. Rebecca A. Stephenson, Pa~ricia G~:" P~'arig; a_»c1 ha Z Z«dry_ Robert E. Wingard, Jr.* A Contribution to the Conference on "Swecteners and Dental Caries" Sponsored by the National Institute of Dental Research and the IiaLvard School of Dental Medicine from the Chemical Synthesis Laboratories, • DYNAPOL Palo Alto, California, 94304 0 6 tl n f3 n f l 2- 2 -! -~ -- ---- '------
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50331 0332 Journal of Environmental Management (1979) 8, 25-42 I tI Me5-79 Pulp and Paper Mill Wastewater, Part II: s,p, Environmental Control Aspects i 1:Md Niel Wzii+RV Ltt«rencc K. Wang J. Carlos Rivero de Aguilar New York State Department of Environmental Consercation, ~ Alhmrv. New York 12233. U.S.A. Receiied 18 August 1977; and in reoised fornt, 20 June 1978 Various biological, biological-chemical, and physic:el-chemical processes having potential to be used to treat the pulp and paper mill effluents are presented and assessed. Storage oxidation basins ard acrated stabilization basins are the most common biological units used. Other well-knoNNn biological processes, such as activated sludge, trickling til(er, rot ating biological disc and spray irrigation, are not frequently used. Lignins present in the wastewater cannot be biodeSraded ea: ily. Recently industry has developed special formulations of mutant bacteria 25 0301Ji797/79/0:0025 i 18 :02.00;0 C) 1979 Acadcmic Press Inc. (London) Limited ~J i;'(Z tl n 0 0 2 2 4 L7) F__ "z
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1 50331 0315 -~....-_...~.__..<...~ _~.~...~..._- ._.r ~_.__.. _ ..~ .._.... ~ ~. ::.. __ _ ._- x ae10-73 S.P. AERUSOLS--PL':.M0:1e1P.! RILTIUfrICa/ INHALATLCiJ/ . ~ . G RJR Ci.ASS '.<b. 'Pr:'.rFiLE°' ., `! ~ ''' IG~ Fal-ps, F. D.: ~Q~ ~~ : Co1c'.rin^,, R. 'f. ::.ltshu?er, B. .,. ( :e~: 'iork L'niv. Ce: ter, Dep. I"nviron. ::zd., Dep. Yed. . 3e'slctc:e i~asp., c: :~st Ser~•,`e•.a 'iork, .. Y., U.S.) . EFFc.r: 0: OF {):: ::;R^SGi. ':'2.._ £STr.::C:. :;LL: I::(; ?>::.Ailt &_.1:.`''- Jeur. A^aI. P4:LS:n1. 34 ('.:o. 3) 356-60 (19i3) (in H^ii:;1) *iCe;;co:ds:* Cic:,r".te s^o';i: ^. - - m~ n i: (1 () n () 0 2 f"' ! 2 ~
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50331 0337 %,nKUrwIUGkAPHIC ANALYSIS--HIGH PRESSURE LIQUfO CHROMATOGRAPH' _ JOURNAL OF LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY, 3(7), 1071-1078 (1980) 81 111 Wa PAIRED-ION HIX PRESSURE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY OFSIMETHOTRE}{ATE AND METABOLITES i IN BIOLOGICAL FLUIDS Scott K. Howell*, and John A. Benvenuto+ Departments of *Pediatrics and +Developmental Therapeutics The University of Texas System Cancer Center H. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute ~ +, Houston, Texas 77030 , ABSTRACT A paired-ion high pressure liquid chromatography procedure (HPLC) is described for the separation of methotrexate and its major metabolites (7-hydroxymethotrexate, 4-amino-4-deoxy-N10- methylpteroic acid, methotrexate diglutamate, methotrexate tri- ~ glutamate), and therapy-related compounds (Diamox and 5-methyl- tetrahydrofolate). -~ tetrahydrofolate). The mobile phase consisted of a 70% solution _- of 5 mM hexanesulfonic acid, pH 3.75, and 302 methanol eluted _ ; on a reverse phase column or columns and monitored at 305 nm or 280 nm UV absorption. The lower limit of sensitivity for metho- ~ ` tre `te apd j~hyd~inxy' ~gthotrexate in plasma was 2 uB/ml. f ~' .1 ' 9
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` Journal ojEnuironmental Management (1979) 8, 13-24 IIl Me -79 Pulp and Paper Nlill Wastewafer, Part I: S:P.~ Management and Planning rLspects 50331 0328 T/f,n -- -n/i i 6a~-L 1!'I u~.* W1619, ~ u Hao Wang kLvk J. Carlos RiF~cro de Aguilar ( a-~ .~ i:: :.L Atechanical Engineering Department, I=nvlronmental I_•'ngineering D, New York State Department o/'L Stevens Institute of Technology, National Cheng Kturg Unirer: Albany, New York 12233, U.S.A. Hoboken, New Jersey 07030, U.S.A. Tatitan, Taiwan, China Reccived 18 August 1977; and in revrsed jorm, 20 June 1978 The wood pulp preparation processes and paper production method used in the pulp and paper industry t1tre introduced and discussed. The volume, characteristics and biological elTects of four major pulping processes (groundwood, semicliemical, sultitc and kraft) in use in the U.S.A. are reviewed and presented. The poltutants generated from the pulp and paper industry are not considered' to be pathogenic; however, they have disastrous clTccts on receiving waters. The U.S. Federal \Vater Pollution Control Act Anundnunt of 1972 (P.L. 92-500) 13 0301-4797/79/010013+24 $02.00 J0 ®1979 Academic Press Inc. (London) Limited I' 0) 0 0 n 0 0 22 4 1 • il
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I Journal oj£nuironmental Management (1979) 8, 13-24 II Me -79 s:p.¢ The wood pulp preparation processes and paper production method used in the pulp and paper industry 1rc introduced and discussed. The vulume, characteristics and biological c0'ccts of four major pulping processes (groundwood, semichcmical, sultite and kraft) in use in the U.S.A. are reviewed and presented. The pollutants generated from the pulp and paper industry are not considcred' to be pathoFenic; however, they have disastrous etTects on receiving waters. The U.S. Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amcndment of 1972 (P.L. 92-500) 13 0301-4797/79/010013+24 $02.00 10 ®1979 Academic Press Inc. (London) Limited 0 6 0 0 n 0 0 2 7A 4 . 50 331 0331 ~ tl )1 Pulp and Paper Mill Wastcwatcr, Part Y: Management and Planning Aspects Mechanical Engineering Department, EnVironmental Engineering D, New York Stale Department of L Steaerrs Institute ojTechnology, National Cheng Kung Unirer: Albany, New York 12233, U.S.A. JloLoken, New Jersey 07030, U.S.A. Tariran, Taiwan, China Receit~ecl 1 S Augusl 1977; and in rct•ised jorm, 20 Jt~;re 1978 ~ Lan•rcncc K. ~Vang ~ ~~ ,~ ~~ +-MtP'Htio.ZVang~ ~ J. Carlos Rivero dc Aguilar ---- a
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_ RJR CLASS NO. 1'tXTB00K TS 149 Un 1981 Archer U.S. Food & Drug AdMi.nistration.Rockuil.].e, MD.Srhith,l_,C,;Chang, S.S.;McGracken,F.L.;Senich,G,A. I}i',"t1~"~~~.Y:,t hiOl)ELS FOR THE 1'i:[GRATION OF LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT ADDITIVES IN POLYOLEFINS - FDA ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE I'EIZIUD OCTOBER 1, 1979 TO tLPTFMDFR 30, 1900 . PPBBI-202749; NL~SIRS1-.?2b4 U.S. DepartMent of C:ortMerce, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, 1)C.81. ISN = 6154 o ~a~ono u2 2 :1 4
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50331 0325 3 (1970) ebc, l~AU$. .1. ' Y.': . xA°4 bOlk; 114 Tia: l:::-1:, b~' J. `r:'. ss~~ p.._Pyn,srr Ft. ~al.Ucr 1,: E 1 Cd ft'-,Ela ~~y Ce"3tCi PrR°6C $:'~L w'E'6.auic!:c?p C13lUf. o: u
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. .a 71 II Re-77 i1C OATA 1' NS~F/RA-760099 ~ S.P. ~ 4. Titie and subtitlepevelopment of Enzyme Systems and Technology for V Large-Scale~.Synthesis of Useful Products (Fourth Annual Prog- ress Report, 1/1/75-12/31/75) , ATP Regeneration 7. Author(s) i; Anti bi oti cs Synthetas i s" Gramacidin S- 4. Performing Organization Name and Address ~.Bacl traci n,;A Massachusetts Institute of Technology ` Qnterdisciplinary Enzyme Group . I Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 : 50331 -0317 : ~ \-w 3. Recipient's Accession No. 5. Report Date January 15, 1976 6. $. Performing Organization Rept. No. 10. Project/Task/Wock Unit No. 11. Coatract/Graot N . GI 34284 12. Sponsoring Organization Name and Address 13. Type of R port Cc Period Research Applied to National Needs (RANN) Co.ered fourth Annual National Science Fou rndation • Progress Report 1/1- Iv'ashington, D.C. 20550_ 14. 16. Abstracts In the present report period, Jai;uary 1, 1975-December 31, 1975, the , Interdisciplinary Enzyme Grou continued to progrEss toward its initial objectAves. Chapter headings include: (1~ Enzyme Production; (2) Purification of Gramicidin S Synthetases; (3) Kinetics Studies of Enzymatic Synthesis of Gramicidin S; (4) ATP Regeneration; (5) Enzyme Immobilization and Stabilization; and (6) Cost Estimation i for the Total Enzymatic Synthesis of GrAmiC~id U1 S. In addition, many schematic diagram: and gra f s~fie i,ncTlUddc'1 t) n U 9 ~• •~ il ~ , •
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50331 0321 PAo. g rj) ~ . iy~7) IIMe--78 S.P.S CONTROL TESTS AND K1NETICS -..-i:A W Dept. ojChenricnl and Fnvironmentnl Enpineering, RensselaerPolytechniclnstitute, Troy, NY 12181 U.S.A. CALVIN P. C. POON Dept. ojCivil antlEnviromnenlal Fngineering, University ofRhode Island, Kingston, RI 02881 U-S.A. MU HAO WANG New York State Dept. ojEm-ironmental Conservatio,r, Albany, NY 12233 U-S.1. '~ ~/G~~Q ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS L/~ 1" ~ I (Received 24 September, 1975; in revised form 24 January, 1977) Abstract. Basic activated sludge process kinctics of: (1) complete-mix reactor without sludge rccycle; (2) eomp)cte-mix reactor with sludge recycle; and (3) plug-flow reactor with sludge rccycle, are summarized and illustrated. Some related operational tests and control parameters, such as biodegradability, oxygen uptake rate, sludge acclimation, solids and resid~rals, sludge settling, depth of sludge blanket, sludge units, and substrate utilization rate, are presented and discussed. The kinetics and test methods presented in the second part of the paper arc for the determination of mean cell residence timc and sludge age, net specific growth rate, sludge production, volumetric loading, recirculation ratio, BOD/COD and BOD/TOC ratios, ultimate BOD of microbial cclls, efHucnt soluble B~, opgen(t~qui~C~teni tre~en{~fficocy, yield coc(acicnt and endogenous respiration cocfrcient, growth param~e{er, s'ludgc volurnc rndex, sludge nitrifying ab:Gty, and sludge dcnitrifying ability. Some academic disputes in this feld arc also ~!iscusrcd and ctarificd.
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Atmo.sphericPollutron /9:76 9p-/07~/~7~' ~ vie'~~cientutc ublishing Company, Amstenfam - Printed in The Netherlands 99 11 MeAl 78 AIR POLLL'TION IN THE VICINITY OF STREETS /1-1~ S.P: J ; A. Deuber, J. Satish, M. DSeier and H. Soc.r~er Department of Hygiene and Work Physiology Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich* Clausiusstrasse 25, 8006 Zurich, Switzerland Summary Air samples were collected in plastic bags simultaneously ati.l+ar~~lous~jmcj"~ur~g ppitYbs fA the close range of streets. t1 t•theln examining the various bag materia2s, Teflon bags
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TOBj&CCO PHOTOSYMESTSt PHOTOSYNTHETICA 12 (2): 1~t-136, 197$ NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY TOBACCO REPRINT SERIES NO. 578 (Ig78)/ 78 vII Ag-79 S.P. - t ~0331 0339 0 i A Dynamic Model for Plant G rowth : A Simulation of Dry Matter Accumulation for Tobacco* Mw WArtA, C. D. RAPER, JR., and H. L. LUCAS, JR." Departments ojSoil Science and Statistics, North Carolina State University, RaJeiph, NC 27607, U.S.A. A set of nonlinear, ordinary differential equations has been used to construct a dynamic model for simulation of the vegetative growth phase of plants. The model describes growth sutiject to variations in ambient temperature and photosynthetically active radiance. Dry matter accumula- tion in leaves, stem, and roots is the aspect of growth considered. For each class of organ, the model speci8es compartments for soluble carbohydrate pool, young tissue that is capable of active growth, mature tissue that is incapable of active growth but capable of normal physiological functioning, growth respiration, and respiration not associated with growth. Major simplifying assumptions for the present model are that water and mineral nutrients are not at growth limiting levels, only prevailing temperature effects on relevant physiological processes are modeled, and only energy flow through the plant system is considered. The conservation law is adhered to for energy. A condition of the model is that photosynthesis is the sole source for the carbohydrate pool in leaves. A portion of the carbohydrate reserves in leaves is translocated as the source of de ste~n popl an~a pg~tioq.Rf th.t:yesejye in the stem is translocated as the source of the root pool. ll pararr>~fers fri` th modEl have be& adjusted to simulate the growth of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L) exclusively with data from experimentation in controlledtnvironment rooms for . ---' --- .e._--- . -..~~~~:....t.._:.is...:R..,i SS... n nr Ihr- s
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50331 0330 II Me -78 S.P.S . CONTROL TESTS AND KINETICS 6F [~ ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS LAWRENCE K. WANG DepG oJ'Chentical ond F,neironmental Engineering, Rensselaer Polpechnic lnstitute, Troy. NY 12181 U.S.A. CALVIN P. C. POON Dept. ojCiriland Emdromnenta! En,Girteering, Unlt•ersity ojRhodelsland, Kingston, R102881 U.S.A. ,,H_ ^Q:'W-AMV'•'4j New York State Dept. ojEm ironmental Cauen ation, AlGany, NY 12233 U.S.A. (Received 24 Septo-mber, 1976; in revised form 24 January, 1977) Abstract. Basic activated sludge process kinetics of: (I) complcte-mix reactor without sludge recycle; (2) eomplete-mix reactor wi!h sludge recycle; and (3) plug-flow reactor with sludgc recycle, are summarized and illustrated. Some related.operational tests and control parameters, such as biodegradahility, oxygen uptake rate, sludge acclimation, solids and residuals, sludgc scttling, depth of sludge blanket, sludgc units, and substrate utilization rate, are prescntcd and discussed. The kinetics and test methods presented in the second part of the paper arc for the detcrminatioa of mean ccil residence time and sludge age, net specific growth rate, sludge production, volumetric loading, recirculation ratio, BOD/COD and BOD/rOC ratios, ultimate BOD of microbial cells, cfflucnt soluble qt7geri!~ qui (~inent~ tre~lnenjitffiti"~cy, yield coeflicient and endoFenous respiration coc(licient, ~h paranieter, s'tudge iulume mdcx, sludgc nitrifying ability, and sludge dcnitrifying ability. Some academic disputes in this ficld are also discussed and clarified. 9
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50331 0335 G00 h. Venkatascbrzrnanian, W. RVieth, and S- C. N:'.;ry (1. Ferrno1a. TcAnoi. (I. Fenncut. T«hnol., Vol. 60, No. 9, p.6o0--b2-0, ]9iL) /~! 71 11 >;e-74 Studies of Lysozyme Ir,ilnobilized on Co?lagen S'P' K. Venkatasubramanian, tiV. R. Victh, and & &. Wang (DeTartment of Cheairal and Biochernical Pssineerir.j, Fu:Sels Unice-sity, 7te State Unicenity of New Jerwy, Ne'.v BrunsN7ck, Jusey, U.S.A.) Abstract . The enzy matic hydrolysis of the cell wall muccpoiysaccharides of Aficroco:cus 1ysodFikticus using lysozyme (.V-acetylmurat7ide glyeanolj*yc?ro- lase, E.C. 3. 2.1. 17) immobilized on collagen has been studied. Several desirable properties of the biological protein collagen such as h}•drophilicit5•, open internal structure, membranous form, etc., have influenced its c'loice as a host matrix for enzyme irnmobilization. The immobilization l;rQ,cess emplo5 s simple and inexpensice techniques to bind the enzy me to coll3 ;en tl:roubh non-covalent bx-nds, primarily multiple salt.- linkages, hydrogen bonds, and van der Waals' intcractions. The stability and reusability of collagen-lysozyme mer,:brane co.:iplexes tested 'in a biocataly tic m~:3;aar reactor confiyuratioz 'iave been found to be very good. The feasibility of continuous reactor oq,-~~,ration using these o - rl fl n 2 ?. * a
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50331 0350 Wanted--and available--filter-ti_ns that ~. really filter. ..- , ~ ,.,. ^aE r11GT5 ., - .', :r,--~ ~.i , ~~ ~ ~,i:~ print frc:Ic ^ 1) '~~«~~ i?oa l2.3s 3j-.,Ji Y2- l I{~ u^f.tJC5`J) ~./J7) y /y/~ry. .!.a. .,. 0,0. .la3J) 1960) 1~ : -92 I ~1 .1 ..~. ~. ~) ~ ; ~, .:a ( 0 : . !. ~ . ..:'
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r 50331 0336 DIET AND DISEASE/ NEIPLASMS/.CANCER--NUTRITION/ CANCER--CAiISATIOf; BY QIET/CAIiCEEi--FTIOLCJ6Y/ZINC/jUNQ(§T-RESEARCH/ CAliCER--BLADDER(RAT)/SELENIIN/CANCER--PREVENTION(SEIENIUM)/ The University of Texas WD. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute at Houston 34th Annual Symposium on Fundamental Cancer Research RC• 261 Ar 1982 Mo ecular Interrelations o utrition and Cancer ,am Edited by Marilyn S. Arnott, Ph.D. Jan van Eys, M.D., Ph.D. ~i 0- , Ph.I av..rmenr ofCarrrncrefte;a Drpo.trnenr of Ardfoaia Departrnenr of 'k,diorrics 77Ye Ushwstfy of Tsxas Ae Uai.e.siry of Texas The Uwintaitj of Texas M. A Aedesaw Haspital A/. Q Andersow HaVtrW A/. Q Awdenw HaVml asd Trino. lasrirrre .t Horstoa and Trnwr IRsritrre at Houuws and Trwwr lasritrte ai Horstow Horsaa. Texa Hoattow. Texas Horssoa. Texas 0 6 oRaei8Pfts%a Rew2Y&rk4 r
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--_NU331 TOBACCO--NITROGEN METABOLISM/ NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY TOBACCO REPRINT SERIES NO. 582 (1978)/ 78 VII Ag-79 S.P. BoT. GAz. 139 (3) : 289-294. 1978. - ©1978 by The University of Chicago. 0006-8071/78/3903-0009t00.75 INTERDEPENDENCE OF ROOT AND SHOOT ACTIVITIES IN DETERMINING NITROGEN UPTAKE RATE OF ROOTS' C. DAVID RAPER, JR.,* DEANNA L. OSbSOND,'a,f.'W*AIJ1~'~ AND WILLARD W. WEEKSt 'Department of Soil Science and f Department of Crop Science, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina 27650. 0340 Tobacco plants (Nicoliana labacum L.) were grown under PAR with accumulated daily totals of 10.5, 18.0, 25.5, 33.0, and 40.5 Einsteins m~dayri and day/night temperatures of 26/22 and 22/18 C. Plants were sampled at 2-day intervals during exponential growth. Total dry matter and nitrogen in the whole plant and dry matter in the roots increased with PAR and temperature; however, their proportionalities were not constant. The RGRR and RARNpwere nearly equal to each other at each PAR and temperature, and both w•ere approximately equal to the RARSR. Depending on treatment conditions, soluble carbo- hydrates in roots remained constant during exponential growth at S%-9%. These results support a model for dependence of the nitrogen-supplying function of roots on the concurrent transport of soluble earbo- hydnte from the sboot. Introduction carbohydrate pool of the stems. Again, the portion The amount of a nutrient accumulated by a grow- of soluble carbohydrate in the stem pool not utilized ing plant is often assumed to be dependent on such for growth and respiration is available for translo- charactefktiar~of itpot(morphol~,,.• ~s len~th~n dr• ce~ion as the source for the root pool. As soluble surface area and such c~taractertsttes bf the so1'as'' catbohydrate from the root pool is utilized to sup- .~*+ rnnrpnrrarinn in_the soil solu;ion. The actual port respiration and initiation and extension of new --_ _---- - -~-„-io-c,k,,t -2 t rarPC denend.ent on
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50331 0352 U. S. State Department, Agency for International Development FOOD FOR PEACE; FOOD FOR FREEDO:i. P1t ~ ~~ :.. ~ ./ ~i; ~.;- ~ 1967 looseleaf Washington, D. C. 2. ~•~~_ ~ •I
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50331 0309 Automatic Analysis of NO2 in a Toxicology ~-It cl~<:c: J u"-P . J VI Re9-77 _ S • P • Laboratory E. 11. VERNOT, Y.7V_W_AMff1R' and D. L. GEIGER i During a scrics of inhalation toxicity,,;tudic5 ttnder ambient conditions at the Threshold Limit Value of nitroFcn dioxide, 5 ppm, (9.4 mg/N13), an cxperiment was planned which in,.auded the 3- Month continuous exposure of a rcl::tively large group of animals (8 dogs, 4 monkcys, 40 mice and 50 rats). Each of the chambers available at that time could accommodate only hal; that number of animals, so that it was n:cessary to u!~e 72 chambers for the exposure. It became necessary, therefore, to control the contaminant concentra tion even more c!esely than is usually allotvablc in such cases, since a small constant ciii.,:.cr.ce wi.ght have led to di,`Iercnt effects in each oi Cte chambers tJ ~~ n 0t~ 7?. flownicters to kccl, the NO1 from condensing at restrictions such as needle valves, fioats in the flown1cters, etc. The AutoAnalyzer was al ;o utilizrd in the con- trol of 70 mg/\i`3 r:O. in ihc "Tl;omas" Donics (7) of the Air Force Mcilical lze~ca:ch Labora- tories, Toxic Hazat-ds Research Laboratories, at Wright-Patterson Air Force 13-i~e, Ohio during a 2-wcek study. 'f hcse chambers arc :;buut E00 cubic fcct in volume and arc able to conFC+in comfonab;y a 1:!ige nunibcr of t:•st animals. 'I lie au:)osphc:e in tl,c donics can be varied from 1001b air (21:b oxygen) to 1000.'0 oxygen and the absolute pres- sure ftom one to 1/3 atmosphere. The .
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50331 0354 - TORACCO--ANTI-SMOKI*JG LTTF.RATi1RF./SMOKING X HFAT.TH/AFRT('.A/TORACC(1--AFRTCA/ TOBACCA--CONSUMPTIO*1/SMOKIPlr, tIARITS/TnBAr,Cn--SMnY.INC'--HEALT?i EF?FrT/ BRITTSH AMF.RTCAN 0 RA~0 Cn. /TO(iACCO--MANUFACTUE !G Tr.ADF--RF.VIL•'~•T/ RJR CLASS NO. TtiXTB00K TS 2240 Mu 1978 TS Muller, M. 2240 *(no affil.)* ' „9~8 ~OBACCO AND THE THIRD WORLD: TOMORROW'S EPIDEMIC? 1 ~/War on Want, London, Gt. Brit., 110 p. (1978) (in English) ~ 'A WAR ON WANT INVESTIGATION INTO TIIE PRODUCTION, PROMOTION AND USE OF TOBACCO IN THE DEVELOPING ~ _ CQUNTRIES U:, Cl fl tl (! U 7 J fy 'l
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50331 0349 - a --_ 76 XI Wa-81 S.P. Winston-Salem Journal SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHING/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 XI Wa-81 s.p. . 49W'T'0 QUIT?.,~e: Y.IND,,THE STRAT$GY : THAT SUITS YOU: Winston-Salem J., p.` 22 (July 10, 1981) (in English) The old saw that it is easy to quit smoking - "I've done it 400 times" - is all too familiar to millions of smokers who would like to kick the habit. Many strategies to help enlarge the ranks of former smokers have been devised, ranging from special chewing gums and countdown filters to hypnosis and group therapy.... " _~_ t1,'y1-~__Li-ii---f.--7 ~) --p _ --
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50331 0347 I 1 .ti Acla palh. tnicrultiul. sc:utdin;tv. 75, 35J-3G2, 1969 v - UUniversity Instilulc of P+lhological Anatomy (Head: f;. Tcilum) and f)cp3rlmcnl of .Clinical Chcmiary (Ilcad: P. Astntp), fiigshuspilalc•t, Univcrsity of Cr-pcnhugcn, Dcnmark. IX Re2-7R ACCRT.,rRATIoN OF S.P. SPONTANEOUS INTI:1'TAL-SUI3INTI\IAL Ct1A\TCCS IN RABBIT AORTA BY A PROLONGJ;D 1M0DI:RATC CARBON MONOXIDF EXPOSURE au 4MJ§W,M3T,Oqr; IC. IC.lla.nsl N anci P. AsTnuP Received 9.Viii.C8 Ilyhoxia is hclicvcll to hc a hasic faclor in nthcrogencsis (1lnrper 19•19). licccntly r1 slrup c( (it. 1967 dclnonslralccl the enhanciti5 effect of carbon uiolloxi(lc oll rxlterintcnlal cholcslcrul-:1lhcromalosis in raltl,ils. The aim of thc present study is to cvalualc lhc influence of a long- Iastin„ mctder:llc c:u•Iwn moltuxiclc rxhostu'c on anolhcr alltcrc,sclcrolic ntolcl, i.a. thc sponl:lncolls tlc•gcncra(ivc ancl rchirnlivc va:ctllor cltangcs ta):il) ,t~,llab in~ltcj(ilil>ial-~~il~inlitnal coals r,f lltc r:~lbil uurla. O U fe- 0
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50331 0356 ~_~ _. .._.-.a.:. _. .~._. ~...:_., .Nasb~.u~~ r_ULto~~~nri~s~l&33-T.,« 4Ii But•k, Dean, ed. 573 Cell chemistl•y; a collection of papers dedicated to Otto * B I1'arburg on the occasion of his 7Cth birthday. :Un.tcrdain, Ifouston, Elsevier Pub. Co., 1953. 302 p. lllus., port. 20 cm. "Original edition ... aplk;,red :is an Issue of BIochimica et bio- physica ncta, vol. 12, no. 1/2, 1353." Includes bibliographies. 1. 11'auburg, Otto lleiurich, 1SS3- 2. Biological chemistry- Collected works. i. Title. QIi345.B8 l`~~•) 574.1904 53-725<; ' Library of Congress 1201 ;/. +t: ,~ Q+ .Ff1 9 ~. . . . /. !. .. ~ . . . .. . . . •, ... ... .. . ---'-------f--- ~- 7
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50331 0360 I PERSONALITY/ STRESS/ BEHAVIORAL-SCIENCE/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PHYSIOLOGY & PSYCHOLOGY/ PSYCHOLOGY/NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/ BF 575 Ha 1979 0 An Information Processing Approach Edited by VERNON HAMILTON t 11 Human Stress and Cognition ~ ~ ~'VwAvxft11RTbw Otp- ofPtycholosy Uwfrertity of Reading &iIMd JOHN WILEY & SONS Chichester • New York • Brisbane • Toronto { ~~6 c~ '0 fJ 0 0 2 -2 . •7 :~ x-
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50331 0351 . - . . ~ . a. 76 XI Re-77 TOBACCO--SMOKING--PASSIVE/RJR CLASS NO. PAN.PHLET - S'P' What's On In London,.. TNL WAICAGAINST' SMOI:.ERS IN 'GREAT BRITAIN. I. PUT OUT' MOI2L FAGS. II. NO SMOKE WITH IRE.- III.- IJIiERE TIiOU SIiALT NOT SMOKE., What's On In London, 1977, p. 42-44 (Apr. 15, 1977) (in English) i~INE c,mrai~_n of the Gos•ernment, the- ~ medical es!sblishment and various assorted t cranks and f,natics aSainst the pleasurable Oand ben;tizial hobby of smoking has 'eattred a new phase. Spearheaded by ~ Social Strve:es minister David Ennals - j hitherto renowned for advocating cowardly ~ compliance with the Anb boycott of Israel : t the Forzi_n Office ard, more recently, ' for denvinz compensation to children ~ ' ssffcrine b;ain d.ima,ze as a result of I ~ r;cewin_; va:,inations commended by his i ( r•,inistry - i7ore monty !~an cver bcfore is ` ~ to be spent. more threats uttered, and more ~ sinister minatory a6ertisemtnts mountrd. j It is time to e\amint serious'y the effects of ' smoking and tlte hsychoio~y of the Fanatics~ ~ who orp.~s, it~ --- -- - a . .~ ^ ~ n ~-2 ~ j ~ ~J ll 2
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50331 0357 RC S; ;1--. 756 Scliwcrmcta]lo uls 11'irkungs~;ruhpen von Fet•nicnteu. 1.>. FI0- Autl.l FreiLurg i. ]3r., l;clitiu Calutot•, 1949. 105 p. ilius., ports. L'-1 em. 73ibliorr:aphic•a1 foutnntes. 1. Respiration. 2. Oticlation, 1'L.vsiologtcal. 3. Euzyiuc:?. i. Title. QP121.11'35 612.22 JO-Jl i'_~:1 Library of Congress ~ i;'cll 9 0 5• n 0 n 0 u?. .: 7 0
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50331 0362 f Il:t 4" t,Tarburton FraAk- Sd., .(Jt. .~uthor) _ T 251 ' I (Z'! Tt!~`i T~C.' ~ Ci'. ^ClT~1.",T Y'1'V A~III R~(YZ'Y4lf.`i`Tl~~! yi G'C"^C ..~,. .... ... ......_ _.. ._.. . .. ___. _ .__.__ ........ . _ _ , y ~a~~t: )'t::, by : s.yr.it~cxcl ;;. CuC~CZI E:~.'u rYLn?: i7l) 1 c5•1 687 Pr-;r~-a r i. \~~?.L-'i . D,.c r T/I ~_.. • u.r . "7 .•. ..~.~ •l 1n ~ !~~ V` L.E.J. .i ... 1~~.i _ ..i'. .1: ; i. J
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_ 4.,. TQBACCO--HERBICIDES/ My„rsj. Vric. sct., U:349-35a, t979 ; Diphenamid 50W - A Promising Weedicide. For VFC TOBACCO 78 VII Ag-81 S.P. S. N. VAIRANABHA[AH, G. HALAPPA, P. K. KESHAVA PRASAD, S. C. WAZZADj R. RAVI H. MALLtKARJUNA[AH AND K. B. VERRAPPA Agricultural Research Station (Tobacco), Navile, Shimoga 577 201 ABSTRACT Experiments carried out at the Tobacco Research Station, Shimoga in Karoatata on the use of Diphenamid for control of weeds in Tobacco suggests that it is both economic and labour saving as against hand weeding. RAtatNO of tobacco crop is fraught with t4e problems ot weed, diseases and pests. The practice uf rabbing is claimed to provide weed control and also control of nematodes in the nursery. Dipbenamid 50 W (N, N- Dimethyl-2, 2-diphenylactedamide) has been tried for control of weeds in mung bean (Anon., 1978) and baqo nursery ~jMqrda!~ya, u a() 19~78),J Diphenamid `lF..ti#r_~t1Wl ie afcn ttir?ri alone for wcect 0.5 ml and (6) 1.0 ml, (7) Amiben 1.5 ml (8) 3.0 ml per bed, (9) Diphenamid 50 w 0.5 g and (10) 1.0 g per bed. The chemicals were applied, to seed beds measuring I m2 five days before sowing, by drenching. Rabbing was done before seeding. Based on the observations of the first set, thr crrnnA P..,..7.,,..,s ...... ,.,,_.r......, ..
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50331 0358 7 368 p. illus., port. 24 cm. Bibliographical footnotes. FreiUurg i. Br., l. Fermentation. i. Title. QPG01.I1'35 612.0151 50-25530 Library of Congress u h 0 0 n (;, Ci 22 7 I . .. . . . .... . . . . .:.. . ...... QP . sWarburg,>.Qtto_ Ileinrich; 1883-- • ed. 601 Wasserstofl'ubertragcnde Fermente. W Editio Cantor, 1949.
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50331 0368 73 III Rel-77 S.P. Smith, C. C.; G.O.G. Lof; VM~ S: i4ard.:_ - LIQUID SURSYSTEMS FOR COLLECTION, STORAGE, AND DISTRIBUTION OF SOLAR HEAT -"*C'olorado State University, Solar Energy Application Laboratory, Engineering Research Center (Microfiche- copied=16 pages) . ' ~~ ~! ~ f! fF rJ i i v
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50331 0345 QA 76 Wa 1973 DA7.'A--PP.OC::SSIT:C/AUTGtiATIO::/CQ,MPL'TU1•',S/ I::F0:2iIATIO:i STnRAGT: AND RCT:2L :\'i1L,l ( CU - U L ru'G' ~:U.' ~ c;.,, `~cl  S- r PocosLn An Intensive Course J51 I I Pubf,sACd by S. J. WANOUS Piolassot of Educanon. U-ve•s,ry of Cah/~m~a Los Angeles. Caororn,a Ae0&--.w.JkN1WS ~; * Sourn•Wesrorn Puohsnong Company C,nc•nna•, GERALD E. WAGtdER Chaaman, Data Process,ng Deparrment Sc4ool of 8us,ness Admin'sVabon. Cahlorn,a State Polyracnn e College Pomona. Cahlorma SOUTH-V1CSTCRN PUBLISHING CO. CINCINNATI WEST CHICAGO. ILL DAt LAS PELHAM MANOR. N.Y. SUHLIt:,raAAtE. CALIF. BRIGHTON. [NGL<.t30 :1 f? f` i) ~1 i r~
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50331 0348 r ...._.._..L..._.__.. ~. _ . _.,_.,._.._. • . _ .-~. _._.- ' ~.. .~.~ - _.a..., - - TS 2240 w ~ /. ;-: i , n !) .9 n P. RE;C1I01' '.i' S.,'E iiICC•T1A!'A SPECIES - TO TCG;.CCO RATTLE VIR;S.- In EnS?ish. ~ lT~<C~ ~1~~-'13~ :CO ;;,D ^tO3!CC0 CC:'"r4? cS; P}`RSTr 37 LIST U.' L-~GA1i:S.. -"bnut ?.500 Tsu;e-,; (cn hsnd r.i:ctiS: 1150 Sue Pnoto:i.at L'ar.l.d ~ uL~n e-:o Car_~ ; oss u;Zs :evdum 7. J .~.~.-~. I
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5033j 0314 I X Me10-78 S.P. ... INHALATION/ 14c+vdc•r fTcltctnlc>iw, 1 tij 19=i:4 - fiq 'a I:I,ovic•r Scqcwi:c S.A., Lau,cuniic - 1'riiilc•cl in thc Nclhcrl;inc)s a 6 rl 0 Dishcrsion of L1lMlccl 1';lrlic•lcs in tile Ilulnan Ltuigs* : pepnr(mcnt ojChcmicol hnginccrircg nncl,l1uleriuls Scicucc, Syracusc Uctivc+sily, Syrucusc, NY 13210 (U.S..t. D1. A. Sl1Alt, W. J. lt. G1li;N, R. T. \VI111'PLL ;uicl C. S. 1VANC : rr (licccivccl oclohrr SUAIMAI2Y 15,1976) A theoretical model of tile clis{r.,rsion of inhaled parl.icles in the hunnail rrs{,iratory tract is propmcd.'1'1ic moclcl talccs inlo ac- count, tile ccmlrihulions of air flow, Brownirrn motion, and {-,r,rvilalional sclt.lin{,, but ncl-.lccts tile effect of incrlia of Mc particlcs.'l'l,c dispersion is analyiccl by dividing tlic respi- ratory tract into five zones accorclin;; to the ~crc~clyn~inic chal;ictc'ristic•::. '1'hc clislx•i:sion ~f~ t~~in f hcl><3c~n~;is ct~sc>(i~~cc~~~~ t~res{x~n~ curvc at tile vullclt of the zcmc Tc>r si slc ji input of inf.crfacc differs from the flat profile is cal tile clis{urrsic,n. Knowlocl{;c of tlic (lc{)lhs l• which inhaled p;urlicles 1>c•nu•ir;il.c in varioc harls of tlll, liin{;: is impc,rhnt. for calculul the rate of parl iclc cleposil ion. Fiu tlicrmo sinc•e lllc dispersion of acrosolti rcllccts to somc cx tent tile flow cli:u'actcristic: in thl lctn{; airways, clata oit tile clistribution of acrosols in cxhalvcl air may finc! :lp1>licalic ill cli;i;;nosin); tlle fimctioll ()f 1cu1<<s. An imporlaiit cliarncteristic of flow in ltm{s is llialt it is oscillatory. In lllc abscnc of llic intrinsic inotion of lhc, lrirlicles, tl , . . 9
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50331.0353 SMOKING AND HEALTH/TOBACCn--HISTORY/ XI • Col-77 s: P•. Saunders, F. (Philip Morris Inc., New York, N. Y., U. S.) ,~ ~ =0W-TO13ACC6t- 4OME 'HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES. Vfobacco Merchants Assoc., Annual N. Y. (May 19, 1977) (in English) *Note affiliation*_ ~ Cigareltes started to become popular in the U. S. ; In the second halt of the last century. In 18E4, the New York Times warned that cigarettes robbed nen of their masculinity and said, "The decadence of Spain began when Spaniards adopted cigarettes, and if this RJR CLASS NO. PArII'HLET ' XI ~~ 1 Luncheon address, 22 p., New York City, ovcr mounted against cigarettes-began~about 1900. ~ The character of i today. Assoeiation boasted that it was warning about the dangers of eigareltes 75 years ago. It did not mention that that crus may be instructive Recently the Journal et the American Medical i i i E f ~ ~ pernicious practice obtains among adult Americans the ruin of the republic is close at hand." ! The practice did obtain among increasing numbers ' durln the last centur and lhe nost intensive crusade the dangers it was warning against ade were diseases caused by viruses and not by smoking. _~ T , - ~.~.....,~_ - _ .~r .....,......~.. . . ~..~.-. U t 11~ ,f l 11 V) f. .4 a
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50331 0367 ~'Wnr'si~ D.*wif:r (J~:e~ ~1ut}~or) ~ Iicrviaon, C. h. IvwS 'Fr.G:t FLLZD A:ZA SOLID S'rM~it AT LCIlI F.CYI•:vXlnS t~,~:l35rS, by C. iJ. Lo::mHri, D. I•:. 4JRrd, A. Z. Johnaan, a.d 0. Trr.3a Cua. Jour. Chm. Eng. 39, 9-13 (ZS~67_) E? °,f3 (1 9.2
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~!!1~!Y1 ['.`Y..Avw ~P.i TYf~C• 16t7'9 ~IT~p^: ." ....,.i uu. r... ... r.' s^ v...•.q_ ,~ f{'..~ J ..-•:1L: LL'l~. C.~. ELEO lEEOS
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50331 0334 a Cempaat an1 ChrMPrtl E+gier.jqx. Vot. 1, pp. 111-1{1. hqnmeo t'uu• t9r1. hinud in Crc~t Brirsi. I Me 5-7fi S.P. f7 1 APPLICATION OFYPATTERN RECOGNITION TLCI-INIQUL•'S TO SOLIDS MIXING-FEA'I'URr EXTRACTION "• Manhattan. KS 66506, U.S.A. 's'..,. .ws..a Ikpartment of Chemical Enginccring and Tnmitutc tor ystcmc rstt,n and Optimization, Kansas St:;te University, F. S. LAi U.S. Dcpartment of Al;riculture, Agricultural Research Service. U.S. Grain biarkctinb Research Center. Dfan- hattan, KS 66502, U.S.A. and L. T. FArt Dtpartmcnt of Chemieal Engineering and Institutc for Systems fksign and Optimization, Kansas State Unicersity, hfanhattan, KS 66506, U.S.A. (Reetierd 31 January 1977) Abstract-l.earnint; alt;orithms implemented vi.t computers are effecti:c for identifyinF :+nd cla%sifying patterns in randunt cnvironments. 7he funJ:+mcntat cunccpts gmerninR the pmccsscs of fc:tturc cxtracti.+n are rresentcd. 0rthngonal hansformations aitich utililc rotatinnrd Ir.+mfurmations of thc d,tta vectors arc Jcncrit•cd as Icrhniyncs for~;alure cctrac~tion. hc.. uncc~pf~s ans{cchtli~ucs a<Tj aptl)icd t~ d;ntification of the humo~cncity of a solids 1111: I~.rC N;~(:h 19 `i~mp/f'/ bV rWc~ SCrlPtlleS.(rFtn+rYF cnnfnmm~ i~i r~•.rv•r ..,...t,.... ..._+:_.. u.-..... .~ .... .. . 7
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. 50331 0367 I t , _ tnt. Phumacopsychiat. 9: 189-205 (1974) 80 I I Ey-80 Modern Biochemical Concepts of Anxiety $.P. Implications fot Psychopharmacological Treatment . pathways. Department of Psychology, University of Reading, Reading Abstract. Evidence from clinical studies suggest that corticosteroids produce agitation and enhance anxiety. It is proposed that anxiety results from the neurochemical changes induced by corticosteroids. Evidence was presented to show that the critical changes for anxiety are due to modifications in serotonin pathways in the tegmental region of the midbrain. In support of this, known antiazuciety agents block these changes and so it is argued that the future search for anxiolytic drugs should focus on these neurochemical .. . a All normal people are subject to anxiety prior to critical and uncertain events, like exatninatiort, public appearances and so on. Pure pathological anx- iety reactions are rarely seen in clinical practice (hlayer-Gross et aL, 1954) and more often aru.iety is found as an accompanying symptom of depression and occasionally schizophrenia, where the patient is preoccupied with impending disaster, without any idea of the source of the threat, or if the threat can be recoanized. it is trivial compared with the reaction. An.vety can be characterized . { 0,(5 1+0 Q fl U 7 2:•7 4 . ~'. j~. {
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50331 0359 .'i i-I;:, ::3 cn. 0 -, --..Rwpv"9-m - 7 1 / arburg mano:r:etery, Q~ B3o1_on.ic-, vr.r? 'r:irt;un-7 dc,. F~~-r~~r,tss Ftri I ~ ol. A Speiugrcr. :L'3;3o ~.~ ~ ,. ..
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50331 0375 li il. i•e a ,~ i v.'vlard, G. M. 13iysiolo;ical :;tudies with t?ie tobacco plant. Ottawa, 1942. 100p. 2l,,cia. 0 .. ' . . . . , ' 1 . - ' t ~l t~ 0C-) . 7 (1 n': t_) G :? 2
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50331 0374 i I "IJa ~ ,. a :G: l~0~ .12 i I \J n` ~) lJ• 11 . .l1 V L..' !' ~[/ /
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50331 0371 TOI3ACC0--CURING--CHEMICAL CHANGE/ VI As-78 ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ` " RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI As-78 Askew, H. 0. ; Monk, R. J. ; Hodgson, J. ;11ard;` G;-' (Cawthron Inst., Nelson, New Zealand) " BIOCHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL CHANGfiS IN TOBACCO LEAF DURING FLUE-CURINIG. Nea, Zealand Jour. Sci.~Technal. 35B (No. 4) 344-63 (Jan. 1954) (in English) *Note date* *Keywords:* sugars, total reducing, cured, constituent; , glucose, cured, constituent; sucrose, cured, constituent; _ starch, cured, constituent; - ash, cured, constituent; phosphate, cured, constituent; ~ . . hydrogen ion concentration, cured, constituent; nitrogen, cured, constituent; acids, organic, cured, constituent; calcium, cured, constituent; , citric pcid, cured, cpnstituent; . oxalic acid, cured, con~ti_tuentT • . mali ~ca.3 -Iir tj con~t'tnenr C ' e~ ._ ' ~ ~ '_ I' ~`?'S ~--T"j.~-'. `; - (?\ t; 1:,
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50331 0341 ~ 77 itll'R'sIF Crop Science 16(6)753-757 (1976) TOBACCO--GROWT'}; FACTORS/ Tcmpcratures in Early Post-Traj,splant Growth: Influcncc on Carl)oil)'(iratc and Nitroscn Utilization and Distribution in Tohacco' C. David Raper, Jr., 'SV. IV. lVccks, antl Aiicn SVanttZf ABSTRACT 1'obatco t l, nts (\'icolialra hrbacutn I.. '\C 212Ci ) wcrc P- rotcn in tile North (:a)olina St;ltc Unir. t)h)totlun unit ot Soutltcastcrn l'lant L•'mironntcnt t.aborator)' to cx• aminc lhc cffcctt of antbicnt tuul)cr.tturc on rclatice ,;ro1ctlA rat(s (1;(:1t) of l:holc plants, lc.)vcs, .talkx, anit roots and thcir rclati)c accumulation r, tcs (It:Ui) of toluble ccubulirdratcc and N. It.11t is calcul:)Icd to be analnl;oui to ltfat and is cxprccccd ill units ot l:cight ot I1tc cor)poalcnt :ucul:InlatcJ l)rt• 1vci_ Itt if its contcut (u tile I~lanl per d.~}. 1'Lanh t.rrc Srown tutdrr a 9•llour p1lotol1('rio1l With pholo,)'nthctically acticc ra(tiaucc of 750 ritutc'itu m~cc' iu sclrar;?tc cotutnltr~lrnlirunfotcnt roottls ltrogr.tnncd (or Ihcrntupcrimls (~l;ty/tii}ht tutr• )cratntc.) of 1S/1t. :'1/13, 26;Y2. 30:1:fi, attJ :i1/;iU G stttlk, and root compartmcntc. Sincc the model u-acks cttct;n,y flow tltrou,^,It tile planl, cc:lc ulatiorn5 of wass for (llc con)parttncnts n)tlst coMiclcr tltc ittllucncci (if cnvil'ontlicnt vul clcvclol)ntcntal sta~c of tile hl:uit on tltc cllc•ntical couilxosition of tltc colnlru uncnts. AS poirttcd out hy 1'cutliny tlc Vrics (1972) nialtuf :cturc of c:u11 chcrnic:al cc)ustitucnt of tile plant tclluitr., a chvactclistic cxpcnclittuc of cttcrgv both for the c.+r- bon Skclcton, w)tich also conrt'ihtltcs to tmass, :Intd for metabolic cnct;,y cxl)clttlrcl irt tile s)rtthcsis, wi)it:it is lo.t front tile pl:lnt %)Stcm. 'i'ltu., I Kcal of cucr;;y ctltcrin- tltc I)I;Int tltrou;;lt tltc pItolos)-ntl)ctic iy,tcut r~~~~*!•ci•nlc :tnt)rnvilo .4lr•Iv (1 96 Ir Of Ill:lti.; :1s t'111io-,c' I)llt 0 IS ,1 0 (1 0 () 2 2 S' 4
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50331 0370 TECHNIClaI. REPORT UA rA (Plcosr read lasuucnuns on the reverse bc%otc complctinR) /, REPORT NO. 2. J. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSIOMNO. EPA-450/3-75-069-b d. TITIE AND SUBTITLE 5. REPORT DATE Photochemical Oxidant Modeling: Volume II = Detailed. A ril 1975 Technical Repor'(,.-. e.PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE ', U7HeOrLqIS~~. Patterson, Mi chael T. Mills, ~aU ~.1.a;~e P.V.Ward, 8• PERFORMING ORGANI'LATION REPORT NO. Qavid A. Bryant, Rebecca C. Galkiewicz, Frank Record .. . PERFORMING OR"ANIZATION NAME AND ADORESS 10. PROGRAM EIEMENT NO. GCA Technology Division Burl i n L,tor, Road 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO. Bedford, Massachusetts '01730 . 68-02-1376 - ~ 2. 5PONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS • 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED ' tnvironmental Protection A enc Final ! g y 14 SPONSORING A E Y Office of Air and Waste Mana em~ent 9 . NC G CODE Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards ~ 31':~-ri,n t I 5. SUI'PLEh1Et4TARY NOTES 0 fi ~) (l ^ n t) 7 ~ %: 3 ABSI RACT 6 . I
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50331 0378 DATTELLE Columbus l.aboratories 505 King Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43201 Chester W. S^ioe", Vlames L. Gen.+r2, Sc1~umacije6, tnd Go-'a1 c1. i= .!,'arO.: III nu2-77 S.P. . SECOND YEAR REPORT THE FATE OF id I TROGEiV OMES IN THE ATMOSPHERE TO COORDIfIATIiIG RESEARCH COU,-ICIL, INC, (CAPA--9-71) AUGUST, 1976 by
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50331 0342 . . . a Cecile Lehman Mayer Research Forum VThc Pdl'ccts of a Ifair Spray Aerosol on Tracheal tucucili ry Trausport in liunrans .lfitclccll t'ricchrtnn; Kichord Dough- erty; Steren R. Nebon; Robert P. fVhitr• ,1lurvin A. Sockner; ./,damll'Qnnerr Miami !le•nch The acute efft•cu of a 20-second exhosure to a cornnur-. cially availa5lc acroxol hair aprav prcp:natirnr on pulu,onary functiotr and nachc.tl mucociliar)• Iraqspurt M•crc cvalnatcd in scvcn hcalthy. scatcd twnxmukcrs. F'ict' subjects cxpoa•d to a Freon propc•llant ntiaurc alonc a•nc•d as cvnuuls. Pul- tnrntary ftunction tests consistccl of cxpiratury Ilow-vulumc auvcs. spitcnnclrv. sf>t•cific airway t-trntluctancc. and sinl;lc and ntultiplc brcath uitro};cn -wa,hout cun•cs. 'Crachcal tnucous vclocity a'as cstimatcvl b)• a nctc rocntl;cnol;taphic. tncthod Ihat tuiliic, di.cs of '1'cllun tnixcd a•ith hisntuth triuxiJe as a nt:ulcr. '1'hcsc discs tt•ctc tlclwsitcd uu the trachral mucoa ancl the linrar cchocitics mra.un•cl froot ViJcotapc rcr'orJin~s of tltc Iluuru'cupic disc imal;c. I'hy,in- lul;ic tnrasura•ntents ttrtc tuadc Ixfurc anJ x•rially for tlucr: htnnx fullucriug cilhcr hair sprav or I'tcru cxpo+utc. No cigniitt:utl ch.~~r. tt~rn't~~l in~ltr I~r~lnu,yuy (t'nctit+)r tt~llt after exposure to hair spray or Frcon propellant. Mean u'achc•al ntucous vclocity (± SI)) dccreau•d signilicantly by 70 percent ouc hour follmrin}l cxpo.urc to hair spray (1u.2 -.- 1.1 tnrn/min to 3.1 ± 5 7 nun/min. Also, ctudal rnutcmcnt of thc discs were obscrccd in two subjccts. Thc c:tlucs rcnnnccl to basc•linc by thc cncl of thc thrcc-hour pcrirxl. '1'tachcal tnu- cous tclocily did not siFnificantl)• changc aftcr cxposurc to Frron alone. Thus. acutc cxposttrc to acrusul hair spray produces a lransicul itnpairmcnt of an impurtant pulrnnnary dcfensc mcchanism. Rcpcatcd cxlmstncs may prucluu• aJapta- lion or airway damal;c which should be considcrcd in the cvohttion of chronic oli.Uuc'titc IunF cli.casc. 1t is also ap- parc•nt that respirvor)• clfccts of cotnrnonl)• uuvl acruscd prtKlucts may not be detected by convc•utional pulmonaty function testing. w..-saz t _ . r
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50331 03'76 ' _~ s :._....:~.. ~-A ~ XI I Me ffWaxd; Geoffrey R. (Jt. Author). • 1 6 (1969) Sutton Resesrcli Corporation OXIDIZCB CELLt-1OSE S'r10.Kl.L'LZ: PRODUCT II:CLUUIP:G AS}lING IR'GRCDIL:.T - PA.TFtdT ClSE HISTG:?Y, by Sut:Gon RcaeaYch Cozporatic:x, Theodore S. Brick.ia and Geoffrey R. Ward 0. S. Pat. 3,447,539 (Cl. 3.31-2) (June 3, 1969) (APPl. Nov. 21, 1966) (Se;:. No. 595,622) i
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50331 0383 76 I Ma - 80 PROGRESS IN MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS S. B. Gershwin, M. Athans, and Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems 12-40-79 r MASSACJIEJSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY INDUSTBJAL LIAIaO~W PPJGIL41I !r• ',0 6 (1 n n . U 0 ?. 2 96
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6- i~ - e, cl o. ~ t1 u l: ' ;' f; vVA ''l: :,v C13~T~ % .Jw3.. f.X0,T:iYrl-V ,3 elM1 ~-.4 `- ~, r,~:~f~^ 1 rB vff lMD::1P;'ii L'L3 1- 8961 { • 6L£0 lEEOS sg ~ - TT ~
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50331 0385 IIL Wa11 (1970) ~ ~ Werd-,. Jo1~ ~:_ =-,: SPEC1R0~ii;'FP,ZC OIL ANALYSIS. Approach (March 1965) ti
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50331 0384 III r a10 (1970) ~.r_c'. .~.... ~ ..: ~.:. ,. ...:::.,'?. .. ~%. . . . . . . . '..-.'1+..!T.~.~r,w1~..T o n 0 ,2 2 0 ! - ~ - -• . . . , . ..r. .. , _..._. • _ . ..
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50331 0381 POLYMERS & POi.YMERILATION--NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE/POLYMERS & POLY-±ErIT.ATInv/ PbLY?tER$ & POLYrT}tIZATIOV--FLUORESEENCE/ Pt)LYMRRS & POLYMERILATION--SPECTROSCOPY/ FILMS, PLASTIC/ ~ ~ Qn SUZLJCTtJRE AND PROPERTIES 1281 OF ORIENTED POLYMERS Wa 975 Editerl by RCHER I ' DcpartnrciN oj Physics, Utiirersity of Leeds, i Lirgland ~ A I{ALSTED P JOHN WILEY S: SONS New York-Toronto VL () 11W tl tl , n( ) o 2 ^c,,, , ' RESS [300K t t,it~n~ .~k , r.
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~0331 0382 III Lil . (1966) QUAl.3TAT.W& i T,' ~=='i f.~ I
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. &, ~ % f y. yc 4.1 -Y4 ( &c.1. />i'oJ 61c~ • u a.Ar. 80 II Ey-80 S.P: 50331 0364 A Nitrogen Powered Continuous.Delivery, All-Glass-Teflon Pumping System for Ground-Water Sampling from Below 10 Meters by M. B. Tomsona, Steve Hutchinsa, Joe M. Kingb, and ~:~#: iNard~ ABSTRACT A nitrogen powered, all-glass-Teflon, continuous deiiver)•, non contaminating pump system is described. Continuous flow rates up to 45 gal-hr 1 (2.84 I-sec 1 ) are obtainable. The s}•stem was developed and field tested to sample water wetls with static heads greater than 32 ft (10 m) for measurements of trace level organics. The system is equally applicable to environments such as marine, lake, and other unconfined water or fluid systems. Also, the analysis can be extended to inorganic and microbial assays in that the sample obtained is unaltered with respect to chemical, ph)'sical, and biological properties. INTRODUCTION 0 F,X T > . - 1 Cl (1 t} -:) P'1 i I - toxic levels from water containing trace levels. In 1977 we began a research project with the Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratories, Ada, Oklahoma, to identify and quantify the trace level organics in the ground water associated with rapid infiltration sites used for sewage treatment. One of the first problems we encountered was that of obtaining 25 gal (1001) samples of the ground water below 30 ft (10 m) in a noncontaminating manner. The need for development of a sampling system to obtain noncontaminated samples from below 20-30 ft (6-10 m) had been noted nrP%,in11cl~• 1 a
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50331 0387 - -!QP ;117 We r- liard,- John T. _ (Ed.), :r-.. -- I:ZS1RUi•;P:d'Pr`>3'ZOa Itd TBP. CiMZiZC"T 7dFJ P; TIZOLEIJ:4 INDUSTRIES. Vol. 3. Proceedings oz tnc 7L•h Natlor..%l Chesaicsl raid Potro?.ewa SynspaniuJi riaq 23-25, 1966, San Frecciaco, Culif( 1967 187 Pagas Pleneua Press New York 0 . . . . ~---..-._-....~,... . 0 ~~. il n ~:Cl 0 2 .:S 41, 0
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50331 0392 SU1rUdARY Research'Program on . Revision No. 10: October 31, 1978 t r t't J<' EFFECT OF CHLOROFLUOROCARBO2•IS ON _TIiE ATMOSPIiI:RE Sponsored by: The Chlorofluorocarbon Industry III Du2-79 S.P. Prepared by: B. Peter Block Frank A. Bower Hillel Magid . Distributed by: Manufacturing Chemists Association 1825 Connecticut Avenue, N. W. ~J Washington, D. C. 20009 f~''~(Originally,(Originally Issued: September 26, 1975) i a
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50331 0386 1tF : 5549' 1977 ;..__.~..,_.}.... ~ I 1 r. •• ~,~ • ~+ ~ v~~ ea~~C~~~LG ~ ~ ~ G ,f'c ;,i~a:5a,'rz A series ot essays on-crr~ployment of'Cxpalriates ~~'~a~'° ; 1st REPRINT: October 1977 Published by Employm^nt Conditions Abroad Limited, 1 January 1977 CopyrirPub:John N Ward and tmployment Conditions Abroad Limited ISBN 0 95X~')37 0 2 ___-- ... ._ .-_ ~.r..,~~...._ ...~ . ._._ . ._ ., ~ ._ . _ _,.... . ..., _ _ ~ r • . 7 f
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50331 0369 XX rteF-D=3"-74 Phytopathology 63 (10) ]-225-31 (1973) Postinfectional Fungus Inhibitors front t'(ants: Fungal Oxidation of Capsidiot in Pepper Fruit A. Stocssl, C. H. Unwin, and V:r%8s 1Vasdrw:, Office, London, ~~V~ Agricultural Research Institute, Canada Department of Agriculture University Sub Post Ontario, N'6A 3fi0. Accepted for publication 19 March 1973. ABSTRACT Capsidioi, the antifungal sesquiterpene induced in pepper fruit by several fungi, was rapidly oxidized in shake cultures of Botryris cinerea and Fusarium oxysporrrrrt f. vasirrfecturn to the tess toxic ketone, eapscnone. This was further degraded by B. c'irrcrea to undetermined minor products. In pepper fruit, four of six Fumritrrir spp. oxidized capsidiot to capsenone. Increases In capsidiol levels occurred between 6 and 12 hr after inoculation with F. oxysporurn f. pisi or F. oxysporum f. as rapidly as it was formed. The extent of the ` capsidiol-capsenone conversion by Fusariunr spp. was sufficient to eliminate inhibition of spore gtrmination but not of mycelial growth. The ability to perform the oxidation does not appear to be specifically associated with the patttogenicity of the Fusaric for pepper fruit. Phytopathology 63:1225-1231 It is well known that some pathogenic fungi can detoxification is effected by partial hydrolyses (14, degrade or otherwise modify antifungal compounds IS), and the reduction of sanguinarine (S). Evidently. . . J~ , . . . .. . . vasinfccturrr. Capsidiol was oxidized by the lattcr aL'nost
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50331 0346 QA 76 Wa 1973 DATA--PROCI:SSING/AV10`IATIO;1 /C(%MPUTI:P,S/II:POI:,NiATION STOfi.,GI; AND a1:TI:T1:1'P,L/ `,f.rC~ u,, r 0r rLg ~9 An Intensive Course 1 S`s: w>!',wbw Piofossor of fo~canon, UmrersIry Cl Canrc.n'a Los Ange!es Cahfcrma E. E. WANOUS SOUfR•W9sfoln Pubhsh,ng Coripany C~~~cnnar~ GERALD E. WAGNER Chauman. Data Processing Donarrmenr School of ©vsrnoss Admin,srfar,on. Car,lorn,a Srare Poryrochmc Coaiege Pomona. Cafdornia 151 (,. f;j SOU7F{-~'/CSTCRh! PUELIS-iING CO. CrVNC'IP~:':ATI WEST CHICAGO. ILL DALLAS PELHt.M MANOR. N.Y. BURLIKG%.f.1E. CALIF. BRIGHTON. ENGLAND Pubr~shed by c-o
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50331 0398 i i CONSUMER INFORMATION PROCESSING/ BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/_. AGE CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL SCIENCE ISSUES 21 HF 5415 Ra 1976 , n- .i f I f1 f1 t l POMUNICATING WITH CONSUMERS The Information Processing Approach SAGE PUSttCAT1OMS Qerer/y Hills /[ondon ;,_.. j __ j__ 1976
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50331 0391 9 IX Re2-82 S.P. The Role of the Complement System in Smoke -Inhalatlon M.D. The Journal of Trauma .tl There has been considerable discussion about the fact that evidence now shows the complement system is ac- tivated in the course of burn injury (4). One can ask the question: What are the consequences of this effect in terms of the lung? We have been looking at this question from several standpoints. First of all, how does intravas- cular complement activation influence leukocytes within the lung? Intravascular activation of complement results in leukocyte aggregation (7). These leukocytes become entrapped within the pulmonary-capillary vasculature. In addition, there is evidence that the complement acti- vation products are probably altering endothelial cells to fdg lejlsocf£es,.lnd cause(~heir~ inoTasri aftesoner perhaps also for platelets (11). of H202 which are produced by the action of my, idase. Our recent studies have been designed to question: What do these products do to the it• only give you a status report, and I can tell yo , data emerging indicate that these products n major role in the development of the acute t: distress syndrome and may trigger histopatho'c which are known to occur in the course of a ratory failure. Whether acute respiratory failtL ciated with thermal injury, with hyperbaric ox, icity, or with any number of conditions that hyaline membrane disease, oxygen metabolites resent a major pathogenic mechanism (9).
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50331 0389 SENSES AND SENSATION/SMELL/TASTE/ a QP 458 Co 1979 PDDL a~~ ~eec~~~ c~sr STANLEY COREN UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COEUMBIA CLARE PORAC UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA -1AWRENCE M.- WARD,. ~ UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COEUMBIA ACADEMIC PRESS NEW YORK - SAN FRAnCISCO LONDON A SUBSIDIARY OF HARCOURT BRACE )OVANOVICH. VUBLISHERS nt;no 2 ..,
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50331 0394 ;r . EI\'VxRCNMENTAL ASPLCTS OF 1'T.UCRO(,A1:BCNS . v"i:Y".e;ti, R. L. 1•icCarthy and .~~m rA.~ I'reonn Products Laboratory $. 'x. du Pont de Iremours s and Co., Inc. Presented by R. B. Ward at ~he Amer_ ~_can Society of lieati.ng, l:eirigeratii:g and Air--Conditionino Fngineers, Inc. Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts ~' ,7wze 25, 1975 • ~ n ~ lo o 2 *,7. i) 7 a
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50331 0372 4.ECOLOGICAI: RESEARCH ,SERIES/ AIR--POLLVI'ION--ANALYSIS/AEF(1SOT.S---uEASURT:MENTS/OZO~1E/ EPA-600/3-76-013 Februar 1076 y T) A THE TRANSPORT OF OXIDANT 57f~ Sp .. BEYOND URBAN AREAS 1976 Chester W. Spicer, James L. Gemma, Darrell W.-Joseph Philip R. Stricksel, and.Gerald`F.,Wazd BATTELLE - Columbus Laboratories Columbus, Ohio 43201 Contract No. 68-02-1714 Joseph J. Bufalini Gas Kinetics and Photochemistry Branch Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 OTFICTI () '` OFF''ICE OFORIA~2~CH?'7~P1D` DEVELOP.~NTY F . FNVIRONMENTA:. SCIE::CcS F.ESEARCIi IABOIZATORY
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50331 0399 INFQRMAT ION ABOUT HAZARDOUS WASTE It;P1AGE:1•iENT FACILITIES This solid waste management inventory was compiled by DONALD FARB and ~.- . ,At. ,DMLIE4. -WAfiIY- U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTICN AGENCY February 1975 (SW-145) Q~~ ,1 n nr} 0 ?. ZI 1;?
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50331 0393 III Du2-79 S.P. SUN&iARY Research Program on 7 I , ,i EFFECT OJ? CLUOROCARBOJ.S ON ^'H1: 11T:•SOSPI3I:RT: Sponsored by : The Fluorocarbon Industry Prepared by: B. Peter J31ock I'rank A. I3o~;•er Iiillel Mag:id J. Richard Soulen Distributed by: A4anufacturi.ng Giemists Association 1825 Conneci:icut Avenue, N. W. Washington, D. C. 20009 (Ori.ginally Issued: September 26, 1975) Revision No. 7: July 31, 1977 ` I
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50331 0403 a. ~ , ,~t ~BF(19•.~~ -~~' .~ ~CX tlye..~ High Fruct . . Corn Syruo At the "Sugars and Other Sweeteners" symposium held in recent weeks at Michigan State University, the author discussed one of the most outstanding nutritive sweetener developments of this century In this article, we wi:I focus on what, High Fructose Corn Syrup was com- crose. Market expansions of this 0 6 0 0 t 1 0 U 2 3 1
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50331 0410 ~ Me8 . ,-Watetng, P..F. - iz. aut..,. VAl.L (}:, cJ.r'.n TO r,L J 111iSf lSf;1 (J~~ •' ~f:i) , by 11. I'1. M. FI-Ant~zbYy; F. F. .i. 1ii11r,~t:-a 1) 74--90 (1967) 0 6- 61 0 «::..0 0 2 • J -2 3
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l ~ 5UJJ7 UJy/ ~l ~ixiJu~f.cit/, T~," II Me5-81 S.P ' /. Water Quality Monitoring-Some Practical Sampling Frequency Considerations* ~-`~1 JIM C. LOFTtS.. _,.. _ conclusions relative to sampling frequency determinations ir ~ROf#ERY Ci YI/ARD: ~ network design. Department of Agricultural and Chemical Engineering The design criterion adopted for this study of effects due to Colorado State University above factors is the width of confidence intervals about anrn Fort Collins, Colorado 80523 sample geometric means of water quality variables. The dat. ABSTRACT / Water quality monitoring involves sampling a "population," water quality, that is changing over time. Sample statistics (e.g., sample mean) computed from data collected by a monitoring network can be affected by three general factors: (1) random changes due to stomris, rainfall, etc.; (2) seasonal changes in temperature, rainfall, etc.; and (3) serial correlation or duplication in information from sample to sample. (Closely base for the study consisted of a daily record of 5 water qua' variables at 9 monitoring stations in Illinois for a period of 1 y Three general regions of frequencies were identifred: (1) greater than approximately 30 samples per year where se correlation plays a dominant role; (2) between approximatet and 30 samples per year where the effects of seasonal variz and serial correlation tended to cancel each other out; and ( less than approximately 10 samples per year where season variation plays a dominant role. In region 2, either seasonal variation and serial correlation should both be considered 0 o ~ti n n n l) l1 73 1 0
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0 50331 0406 MENTAL TIEALTH/IIEALTH/SOCIAT. CLASS/ 77 I Ja IXC(Yr11: GROL'P U1PFI:R1:\CF.ti IN RGIATIU.`:SIIIYS AMONG St;RVEI t-1tA`~t;RES OF PIII'SICAL A\U !•/EKPl11. NEALTH Shaun A. .lulin:;ton lhiivcrrxity ut (:alifurni.i, Lun :1ngo1vs, Caliturnia `.fulin, .f.: Natc, 'flie Kand Curp.-ation, Snnla Nonic:i, California Ueceinbcr 1976 I S e t
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.1 50331 .. . . ~ _... _ _ .._....._.. _.. .. .__ _ ~ . ._ -.._. .___t ~__-_..... XX ;SeF-E-ft~-74 _ ' Proc.:Soc. Gcn. Microbioa.. 1 (2)50-53(1974) - 0401 Abstracts of papers presented at a Joint Diceting of the i<ficrobi.,l I`athogenicityGroup and the ~ Pathologiral Socicty at Kings CoUcgc llospital hfcdical School, London on 3 January, 1974. ' SYAfE'OSItJAi: [+liCROBtALTOXJNS Endotoxin in Relation to Disease. By&C.~W APLAW fDcpartment ofMicrobiology, Glasgow Unrversity, Glasgow GI I 6NU~ Endotoxins are lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-containing polymers which occur in the cell envelopes of Gram negative bactcria (for reviews, sec Vols. 4 and S of Microbial Toxins (1971) i v ~ `~..~.~,~. 37a ,. _.. ~., ~.~. .,.~.... - --, ~ _ .~ .,.-.~ ... .z~ . : nnnto u7. j v di -
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50331 0395 Del. Med. Jour . 48(9)517-22 (1976) II nu2-76 Fi..UOEZO'1..,WlRFJai1VS AND S.P. THETHE ENVtRON~l`iENT 1W*JLW :X,.%VA*-r,i.D. - Fluorocarbons, or more explicity chlorofluoro- earbons, are compounds made up of chlorine, fluorine, carbon, and sometimes hydrogen. Dis- covered in the early 1930's, they rapidly found use as refrigerants, replacing the flammable, toxic, and corrosive materials previously used. Uses of these inert, nonflammable, and volatile chemicals of relatively low toxicity have multi- plied. They are now used extensively as aerosol propellants, in air conditioning and refrigeration systems, in the manufacture of foamed plastic for packaging and insulation, and as solvents. These ubiquitous chemicals are used world-.~,ride, and most of their --nd-uses are characterized by eventual release to the atmosphere. Annual global production approaches two billion pounds, with US production close to half the total. )rlpor,~ - carbdf~rclfi{cd~ Ind~tri~ inf lhe t ~,'S ~iave'beE'_ estimated to employ over one million and con- . ~- propellants, FC-11 and FC-12.' Lovelock found these fluorocarbons in thc "backoround atmos- phere," away from sources of release. \fe.uure- ments showed the background concentrations were increasing and were comparable to, but less than, the estimates of total release to date. The first conclusion was that these fluorocarbons have a long lifetime in the atmosphere. 0. C. Taylor and his co-workers at the Univer- sity of California, Riverside, demonstrated that fluorocarbons were not reactive under conditions of photochemical smo~; formation. Fluorocarbons neither enhanced nor inhibitcd smog formation. In a third importsnt study, C. Sandorfy at the University of Montreal showed that ener;etic ultraviolet light (wavelength <210 nm) could break down fluorocarbons. This type of radi- ation is absorbed in the stratcsnI,ere and dncs i:
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50331 0402 53t Author). Be Lecru+.ann, W. Cf:L•L DI2'FE't2Lri i?.ATIO.a Ai3t7 KORPKCGE;2IT.::IS, P,Y W. ;3eerr,lan, R. J. Caukhcxet, P. D. Pdie.::-•e:oa~, C. W. Wnrels:w, V. B. i-1iggIeas.^orth, E. Wol€f, cvd J. A. D. '!':?: vt zxt (Fnretnational Lewtitxe Course, WaQeni•nSs n, The 'c:cti,exl.:aids hptil 26-9, 1565) iSbS 209 PaBes cToxth-Ho?land PuU1lshlrg Co., kusterdaw 0 Q a~ ~1 A0 a iI 2 3 1.3
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50331 0380 ' - 74 XXII Re-80 S.F. Jour, Polymer Sci: Polymer--Symp. 58;1__-21- 716 977- • 1IIE 11EASl?REIIENT OF A1Ol.ECUI.AR - ORIENTATION IN I'OLYMF•:RS BY SPECTROSCOPIC TECIINIQUES ojl.crds, Lc•eds LS2 9JT. Ertglarrd I / The mcasurcment of orientation in polymcrs by spcctroscopic methods is of valuc for a number of different reasons. In a crystalline polymcr it is complc- mcntary to X-ray diffraction mcasurcmcnts, in that it can provide infurmation on the oricntation of the noncrystaUinc regions. In an amorphous polymer it may 'ycll be the only method of obtaining detailed knowla9gc of the molecular ori- cntation. In both crystallinc and amorphous polymers it may be possible from spectroscopic data to dcfinc thc chan~cs in oricntation and molccular confor- t mation which take place during the stretching, rolling, or annealing procc;ses. which govern the structure of the final oriented po'.ymcr. Finally, there is the importance of molecular orientation in determining physical properties, cspe- cially mechanical properties. In this case the orientation and constitution of the noncrystalline regions may be as important or even more important than the crystalline regions. Spectroscopic methods have proved valuable in establishing links bctwccri mechanical anisotropy and molecular orientation, some examples of which will be given later in this paper. . It is not proposed to discuss here the detailed principles involved in each spectroscopic technique. Instead, we will consider which measures of orientation can be obtained and how these can be used in a general understanding of the ri~1tcrIll btl'}avi%, nliorc extensive account of cach individual technique can be found clscwhcrc ( I j. '__ 17
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50331 0409 --.~.._._...._....~. ._.r_..A.~.;___.__.._....._......__---. _. .._;:`.s_._,._ ..._.....~..~.~..._~.._-sy II Me8 (1968) THH POSSIBLy ROLE M A.OBZ 4:7 AC?IOa OF E.,DS(:ISZU WF.2iITJ) IN TUE F.LG'JJ.~:.`IO` oF PLAI:C G:IOM AND i}B17l3LQMI;JT, by P. F. Warei.a;, H. Af. M. El-1'.ntab}Y, J. Good and J. P32a1ue1 ldlcs. Zettachz. Routocf, Math.. -Natutwise. Ro.Ihe 16 (No. 4-5) 667-672 (1967) n t 0 0 r f .
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50331 0388 0 . . . - _ . , ..c.... .._~..__.-~....~,...~.-.`...----- -°-°--- _ .. . .. . . _ :.~-s~ , __~ . _. . ....~.^.'__.. _. _ 2 7 - 80 I I Ey-81 $. P, E troencephalo aphy and Clinical Neuro h aiolo 1 sevier orth olland Scientific Publishers, Ltd. _ EVALUATION OF A SYNTACTIC PATTERN RECOGNITION APPROACH TO QUANTITATIVE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS J.R. BOURNE, V. JAGANNATHAN, B. HAMEL t, B.H. JANSEN; YX : WARD, J.R. HUGHES = and C.W. ERWIN 3 School of Engineering and School ojMedicine, Vanderbilt University, Naahuille, Tenn. 37235 (U.S.A.) (Accepted for publication: February 24,1981) Syntactic pattern recognition techniques are used for analysis of a wide variety of scientific problems, including such diverse areas as chromosome analysis and crop evalu- ation (Fu 1974; Gonzalez and Thomason 1978). The major advantage of syntactic.pat= tern recognition is it's ability to organize and .'or>~. (4va.upte,r"urp) 'n ial p~ernr ),av("~'or>~ Although the electroencephalogram (EEG) a EEG scoring, we employed a discriminant analysis-based method (Bowling and Bourne 1978; Bourne et al. 1980c). The results of applying this method and the syntactic approach to the same set of EEGs are com- pared. The accuracy of the two computer- ,based approaches is assessed by comparison of the final computer evaluations of each EEG to visual scoring of each paper record. 7
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50331 0365 ._..__..._~_. a~.~..._..._ ... w.sr~.w~ . ...a.a..a.u..w..-...a.wfMt..:.ss..... ~ .J~:•. ~ ; ° : ~ . . Ae~-~OSol ~- ox, ~clty, Presentcd Jiay 4, 19r'3, Seminar, Cincin.rtnti, Ohio Synopsis-The TOX1CtTY of ~cosmetic, household, or personal product AEROSOLS i. - e• primarily the result of eiti:er deliberate abuie or allergic rractiuns tu ot;e ur nwre ci t` e ~. ingrcdicnts. 1Ltir sprays, antipcratirants, deoclorants, and frminine hyGionc sprays, a:nnn'! ! others, ha.•e becn reported to pruducc toxic rcactions in some users. :1 review of the t:uL•- ~ lished esperitnental and clinic.tl data does not sulntanti.ttt the contentinn that, when -:•r l as directed, they nre hazartlou.. It is true, for instance, that thr t1uc,rorarlron YHOPI:L- ~ LA\"1'S, in espcritnen:al situations, can sensitize the rn:ovaniium to catechalaminr-in- dnced arrhythtnias and thus produce a sitt]ation detrimrrttal to the user, but not in the amounts to which the consutnrr is ortlinarily espnsed. The dilferences brt.vern tosicity, the ~ inherent ab;lity to produce ut••desiral+lc alterutinns in biologicai tissue, and !L1"L:1itt), tl,r = likelihoad that toxicity ..ill occur, may espiain the casr for aerosul products. Tlle putt•ntial for toxicity oi properly packaged cosmetic, houschold, and persona! product Terosol; il ~ present; the ha:.ard is small under conuitiuns uf nortnal use. - tT . , Current Persj3ectzjTes on ~. : ciA c~LES JCO.'N° OR ~V 1RF rh ll • I`ti7t onvcrtox ..•1•.,.ur:o'=.t~na_•rc1a~)ll_»sn.~~tca.~l~t)$c1~_1~:.<a'S~tar_aC_trtistic5 t!1 ~,.t arC~~ttti~, As with any otlter 'tvpr. of pacl.a~tn; or tlelt.•ery system for tbsmcttes, . i f~ 6 l 1 n' f 1 0
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50331 0U1b ' ILTR CIySS Afiv }'AII•:PIiLL'F 75 X Iial *(no affil.)* " T111: (5t:'EI)ZSIi)OhACCC IhDUSTKY AND kh:S1ARCIi ON Sl':'i:IAG AND a?;!1LTli. Svenska Tobaks AI;' l~~i:u~l r.~port, 34 p: *1975, No. 15, 1•l 57_98f *d* Tobacco c:liemistry (medicin~!) .(econom;f.cs) 'i n tn f) U :'
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50331 0413 I . - L .~ ~ .. ~ } aoz2.301eie0i16ee-a71s02.00i0 THL JoURNAL or NERVOI'S AND MENTAL UISEASE-r/f _~ VOl.168,No.A P B 0 y e ns Printed ln USA. 80 I I Ey-80 ConcePts of IntimacY in the General Population go ~ S.P. M.D.,' MARY PAT TILLMAN, M.S.W.? L. FRELICK, M.D.,3 LILA RUSSELL, M.S.W.,2 AND G. WEISZ, PH.D.2 A random sample of 50 adults in the general population received an open ended interview regarding their concepts of intimacy. A second random sample of 24 couples from the general population and 24 clinical couples received a standardized interview in which concepts of intimacy were systematically rated to develop an operational definition of the dimensions of intimacy. Self-disclosure was identified as a fundamental aspect of intimacy in interpersonal relationships and marriage. Expression of affection, compatibility, cohesion, identity, and the ability to resolve conflict were also considered important aspects of intimacy. Sexual satisfaction was considered less important than previous definitions of intimacy have suggested. The perception of his or her parents' level of intimacy was thought to influence the subject's own interpersonal relationships. Couples with marital maladjustment and/or psychiatric illness were less aware of aspects of their marriage which influence intimacy. They more frequently disagreed that sexuality influenced their level of intimacy. The study suggests that self-disclosure and parental interpersonal intimacy may be fundamental factors in marital adjustment which merit further research. TL . 0 6 tJ `) L 1 (1 0 2 3 2 i~ 4 I 9
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50331 0396 Jour. Cell. Plastics4 11(6) 313-316(1975) a~u,~6~'Eje Safety of Roorocarbon ~ s1~ BI owing Agents for PoIvorethane Foams Introduction Fluorocarbon ] 1 is widely used as the auxil- iary blowing agent in the manufacture of flexible polyurethane foams and as the primary blowing agent in rigid foants. Fluorocarbon Blowing Agents provide safety in use due to their nonflammab;e properties. They also provide superior foam quality and, in the case of rigid foam, the major and nec- essary increase in the thermal insulation properties. Some loss of blowing agent occurs during foaming. For flexible foams with open-cell structure, this loss continues during curing and storage. For rigid =-`Aicherd B. Ward Freolro Products Laboratory E. I. du Pc»rt de Ncvrrours cf• Conrpa»t, Wilmiugroar, Dc lQivare I 9,C93 vapors, we use a similar concept called the Thresh- old Limit Value (TLV). Originally def incd by the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH), the TLV's refer to the "air- borne concentrations of substances and represent conditions under which it is beliexed that neariy 311 workers may be repeatedly exposed day after day without adverse effect." This is fur an 8-L•our work- day and 40-hour workweek. More recently, the TLV's have been adopted by the Occupation2l Safety and Health Admuiistration (OSHA) and by state abencies as legally enforceable standards for ventilation and housekeeping. TLV's are set with 2 a ~! n ~~ ;7 (1 n ti il 9 3 0
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50331 0412 eV/WV1i~'~~N•i1'L ~ --- % a 00, 7'ek4AO -7 Y_^ ... r...tJt CU:SS NO. Pr,Mu~i:t =:T 71 vi To1969 / 1~lacEt~-fid; `A: N. ~' Ga1lollay, W. D.; Kallianos, A. F. il,,;ett ::;r_s Inc., Uurh.11,, ti. C., U. S.) ~'.ISoi,:'.TIC1:: r~:J IU::?~'iIFICO:~ OF SO:;L' Nild /1i,KPLOiDi FKO?f BUI:?.': 1'' T0J3.1CC0. ::obacco C;ic.a, iies. Conf., 23rd, Paper, Yhiladelpiiia, Pa. (Oct. 1969) (in ~:ngllsh) ~ { ~ v -~Y:;ote der.e*. :cyr:ords:vk 2,3-Lipyr'c?ir.e, 5-methyl-, cured, constituer.t; nicotiiu:, 5-carbor..ethoxymethyl-, cured, constituent; nicotine, J:--~"orr:yl-, cured, constitueat; norn:,cotine, Jr-acetyl-, cured, constituent. ~23 ~~ W 9?7;~ ~ `7 ~,
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50331 0422 U. S.) XI ToB2-$1 S.p RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI ToB2-81 s.p. (Univ. Mich., Dep. Health Plan. Adm., Sch. Pub. Health, Ann Arbor, Mi., STATE LEGISLATION ON SMOKING A ND HEALTH: A COMPARISON OF TWO POLICIES. Policy Sci. 13, 139-152 (1981)_ (in English) The two principal smoking-related state legislative activities stand in sharp contrast to one another. Cigarette excise taxation diffused among the states well before the connection between smoking and illness became a public issue, yet more recent tax increases appear to reflect a response to the national anti-smoking campaign. The growing disparity in cigarette prices between tobacco and other states has created a lucrative market in bootlegged cigaretes and has thereby brought new taxation to'a virtual standstill for six years. Laws restricting smoking in public places represents a phenomenon of :, .• 0 n ~ n 0 2 .•
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50331 ~ 0425 XI ToB 2-78 'S.P. RJR CLASS NO. Pf';S'HLE7 XI 7ot;2-73 s.p. Verband der Cirarettenin::ustrie, Har.;t urg, Gerr:an'y VAA.H Itti'0"IMEt"FOP.' .C ICA1'ETTESz'I'tI NOtt#!.tlU't` *(1•larnsunfdruc~: in Hn111nd. `* Verband CigarettFnindustrie, ne:•is release, 2pp (Aug. 30, 1g?8) in Gerran ,
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50331 0404 72 II Ch~ PLANTS--CELL WALLS / .Knta (T3erl.) 107. 2G'J--^_78 (1972) ® by Springcr•\'crlaE 19i.'3 itI`uill~7;~ Fine Strttcttm-d OLscrvatititi5 ou i1ic I. The Epidcrmal Ccll Wall S. C. Cbafe and,.&A:3\retdrop Department of Botany, LaTrobe Unit•crsity, 33undoora, Melbountc, Australia Receivcd October 18, 1971 /May 11, 1972 • Sprnniary. The orgnnization of the wall of epidermsl edls in the pctiole of dpecirs of Apinrn, Sryngiun+, kunicr, and =lLrdiivrc as a-cli as that of the epidermis of Ar..ria atlcohtile has bccn inrestigatcd. 17at; outer and inr;cr tangential .valla eonsat vf in wI IPh tlin fellul0s~C nli!'r•Mflbrils are orY-ntCd a!t4•rn.:trly parallel o'.t::uI t:%'t•r-: tu :1,.• I:':i^ t-li:ial , •il +ixi. .'1'i.i<c.r;•;Ini7atiwt r.•s.,tu't.lrs tlinr l.rr% 'Oa•. ly cic_crihcd for •:rol!c•nvh_ ma ccll tvalls (Warilrop, 1Ur.J; l;a-0V). On the r.~ui.tl (nntirlin::I) t:.tlls the orientation of the rni•^rofibrils ia transrer-.e anri thcsa aplcar conlinuoa t.ritle the lavr•r, of trat~svcr w orir•ntation of th^outcr:rnd inner tan;yntial M•nlls. \"ariHtion in thicknP: S of the onter tcrn_cntiul, xnd tadi,t!, and inner t::nr_ unt ial K•alla appears to tesult fro:n the catiau.,a in thiccnt-.s of thmse lr:~•crv in .+-hich aovittldinrqorie: tatica. •Phr: cxt,:nt to uhicir thc•.r. oh. e
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50331 01408 7 _ RJR CLASS NO. Kohno, M.; Saito, R. *(no affil.)* STUDIES ON ALU,!INUM P110SPH.IDE AGAINST STORI?D-T033ACC0 INSECTS. (IV) rF3""'T;'~"'°is 'sTERMINATION OF DOSE AIvU E}~~'USi1RE TI;1: SUITABLE FOR ~T1tL~~~IfICA•TIU~] TN 1dARc1iOUSl:, Nipp n Sembai Zo`s'ha Chuo Kenkyu liokoku 1974 Uo. 116) 43-4V~1(1974) :n Japanese - complete English translation available) *Keywords:* aluminum phosphide, tobacco, additive. I 1'Ix lcmpcr:,turc dajxr•.,Lncy of the Ictl,:d c!(cct o( l,~dro;,rn pL-;d,i,lc on cit;ircltc 1KCtlc pul>k N.ts i:rva-.tir:,u.•d u..int; ncw'1, tlcvixrl Iu:nig:rtirrn np;~.tratus 7'hc lcthal to-6:iq o( I,>'diut.n :d 19'C t.•as ruund b, rl,trcas ron{,i•:uou.1,• cninp.,rint; .cid, a,o~ or at :A•c :uul nl,vvc , 20'C. Gt the otl,cr 1,130. 1.uth of t!tc c:a,o.uro pcrirkl vtd the ItpJrni;,n ph-l,hGlc r•ncrnir:dion ! w•Irich M-crc rcquirril lor t1x: Icth:,l cf(trt wcru rc,lua•a,l with the clt•rniun of the trmt,cr:,iurr, nnd it , wat cyxci.tlly ontclt >it:nifir:utt :d alw•.c :'0'C. From tlxx r.~ult. uLt.,inJ, ceinl,innl acuit thc l con•i.?t•ratinn :J;nut tlx I:;t•ilii.,linn r.Itc r•! a1mainium 1:1,o:p}hi.lc tu:dcr Ji(fcrcnt t• r,yxrntuit :utd ' hunti,lity, a rt:na.,rd t~L:c r;i, int; aljit.:7dc rt.aa cn:ucr.ir,nion a:,d ix riod f.,r 1>y thc i ' dGUt: in toLa•.o -- *1975-No. 17; W 6122* *d* Tobacco manufacture (agriculture): 0 LS 0 0 tl 0 0 2:.. 3 2 1
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50331 0405 r ASPARAGUS/BEANS/CABBAGEj ._ -./CARROTS/CELERY/ CANTALOUPES/ONIONS/PEAS'BERS ?•f CORV/CUCUM TOMATOES /I,TATER ELON/ ~ POTATOES/UCE ~ ~/~ ~t] ~~ M -i ~i-'~~~JJ' ~ ~tllUw~ A~['~af:`~~-. I! (,\ f~I I r I !T-9f7'1,~ S$ 321 Wa 1975 /V `+1 U.S. Dcpartmc-nt of Agriculture, Retircd, Formerly, in Chor9e, Fruit onj Truck Dranch Experimcnl Stotion, Universty of Arkansos The fnterstota fsrintcrs iA• pva{ishers, Inc. oa,.at., m;~,tr f. n J. P. r«cot<«m Professor of Flant Physiolvgy, Cmcritus, Collefle of /.giicutlure, University of illinois ti I a
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50331 0421 English) I -78 s p PAlfYNLET XI "fe 0 . . l . XI Mel-78 S.P. RJR CLASS N (Univ. rtich., Dep. Health, Sch. Public HeaLth, Ann Arbor, "•fich., U. S POSSIBLE INCREASES IN T}lE UNDERREPORTING OF CIGARETTE COtiSUPtP1'ION. Jour. Amer._ Statistical Assoc., 73 (No. 362) 314-18 (June 1978) (in Data from f)ur mmjor Furvcys, spanning tl c y-cars since the `'urt;ron I j Ceneral's Report, : uct;c•st asignificant rc•duction in ratcs of c•igamtte ' amoking. Thc_se d:cta, however, conflict Nith pioduction Knd fkales ~ dsta which rrcord only a slight reduction. E>:planations for this ~ di:crepancy range from prohlcros in the run•cys~ rnethodology_ to rnc•res,,cd underreporting of c•irsrette c•onFumption F.ec:.use of both ' agrowing a..:uc•nc<s of the threat to bealth nnd the social undc-'ira- ~ bility of smoking. This artic•le emphrsizrss the nred for caution in the desibn of aurvcys nnd intcrpretrstion of their re•sults, regardle.s of 1 the explRnr,tinn,gf the_discrrpa.ncv. _~^__ _ _ 4 i . 0 ri 0 O ' 71 :4 ,
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`tu ~t;:ut3„ .r.., Irq., iutunwat,lp ui ~illIp P.rnri ri.ryJb.,Jktj p, u; ui' p.,.nj•ui-tnut% u.1yd )lt a+ua.•~J aip .watr•1 ~.,tp ut ~.nr.ay'.ui,liui3 ylln, quPq •rJ ut SA\ ;;ui.n ul jou., Irilu,,wJ lql jo an. >y, jo lu.w n,ailr tou op nrj t.. rtrp .1tp n.t.rjd ) t,l l.i t iq r:.tt ,4 tn'• &1 jo 5.11 ~'tllia .t ~,ifynx ,ruuttu ut !t-tp I•.~'inc cu'p -1y L•tSA\ 119 IOG 0> J 'h7( 0 = •„l110 •Z6'0 = I 'S.I l(!I I(x)_o > d'Sb'n - NI0qc 'S(, 0 1) %.\\ luj urtP Sd Jul l.1ltay Icy„iiuuc .r•., %unqcituX1uu1 ui.ttiuayJ ;I:l 1`uc r.vjcs uaa„t.iy tuotu w.;r. ayL r tln„ utnlriljijclt)n .\y :Jui j,uul ut,6u.,yJ pur. .ir..rouniuwu•ipri ~y j,.ln.raun iazim ,aJaliJ.b t j ui %.\\ ('ur SJ ui a.,ny1 ylio.w,iD'JIUa.1uo\ tnnl -iu•,qJ:1i1 <.airJwu. ((,nt. tu.,.,1J -'itL 'Pry,u7j1 -,njl tw0ll :: I.ln. ti u tS.l) railr` j. iuird :cilint'uta tpi„ auaq •,:J ui <jnyjoltn•J •.uuuritua,uu. (.jn) wl rw.cjJ jaju! ,•t I,.nn air .luatu,incr.,ui lS;\\I r.ypr. ajuq.,% uaqH huia ;u »an~~. jcuu mMJ r a r.uIr% ui wul.<uayJ )u 3tnpuql . C. . J: 1rL GV (4 U U(: << 0 •J •N 'y.1cd ,1'7ur.u•L tla~c.~,,21 •alnlt)~ul ~I. ur.i~~ tl»e~saN '~(~)~tuny ) aitn~~ .luulfl Itt Inatt,t~t ~l~(1 Iwr. •.~ .~ . t~jsatl.~tt?I .Itt .~)l..taAlun •.~~I•IIU~Q leatuii.) hut •.C; tlpl~naN 1~ i~lu~r.twr.ild Jo s)u,ttl)n!d,Cl +,ul, ..Cl'tld •.Q.1,+, uttSlntttlS •1 . i CI'I~ '~I`I'a~\\ ~y t~uy •Ar ~ ~suttl)e.tµti~uo~ uI/11.ulatl(I jo juatua.tnst:'.1tu ayl tcl c.tilcs alutlt\ s.t piloat:d (LL6T)L6(T)TZ • w.zetld 'uITO 'd'S 8L-a2i II 9L I 00b0 L£E0S
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50331 0429 XI ToB2-78 _ s.p, r` ~ ~, I RJ~ CLASS NO. F/',~PHLET XI TaE2-7.`3 s.p. Verband der Cirarett_nin:'ustrie, Par.;i:urg, Gerr,any 11Pu::1I;r'G LA::EL FOR CICAPE T TES Iii l1QLUi1D. *4.4 ar. nsuffdruek" i~~`tfn I ianc4~* Verband Cigarettenindustrie, neti•rs release, 2pp (Aug. 3C, 1978) - in German ,
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50331 0431 . - RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QP 458 AM 1981--- Moskowitz,H.R. (ed. ); aWelreert1_0;,M (ed. ); ODOR QUALITY AND CHEMICAL STRUCTURE. AMerican CheMical Society. Division of Agricultural h Food CheMistry.178th Meeting of the ACS. (A SyMposiuM).Washington, DC.79. AMerican CheMical Society SyMposiuM Series,4o. 148. 2 c. AMerican CheMical Society.Washington, DC,81.(IN : ENG.) ISN ::: 2924 C1 k') 0 0 () 0 0 2 '17) .i d i
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50331 0377 III bu,,-73 CL;.N7cLi. TON1cOLC;CI 0(:'_) ?99-30 3 (1972) S.P. ` LUNG C1iA1:G1:S Sl•;COtiI?I(12Y TO I':IiALATiO1C OF UNDI:liP l;:,i i'.1;1:USOL J)L•'Oi3Oi1E>.I:TS 3EUN+tiIS,,Wc-WAR_f3I#11dii ; M.D., LTC, MC ?(linlonarc hisease Service 11 ?6-1•('1r-uld Cauc•aeiin fclllalr 1>!lysical ihc•rr.pi:;t cal:le to our )cpartlne:.t ci the Army hos;litctl with ttlc cLic'f cot,lplrtiat of nlila dccl•eaw ill cxc.'rc'ise Wsinlolls GFnerat Hospital tulcrancc. lic'in;; c;,,i:c' p!1ysicilly ac•ti\v, shc• lii:ccl to's;:i and )e:wer, Colorado mOt'ntaiu c•tinlb. 11cr• !':11;: ::yl:t!l:u:il ha(1 Lecn sull:e rlc•cr('::se in hcr usu:ll r,;x+(i l,llysic::l ('l:dUl:i:sec. Thcre hart hccn na histul'y of occu- patir,l::ll or ::n). tlnl:o-:u:,1 c•>:tw:=111'c' to possiblc toxic ~y:fanc e:;, :;llc- cifically Lcr}'lliuill, rircoai(t:a, fi;tc, altlmillam, or otllcr }:no:'::1 t0>:?(: illllal:ll)t ThCl'(` \V:SS !i0 S(71(lian:; iiiStoi'\' :111t1 Sae had l1(•('ti Oll no 111Cci:!'::tlfr:n, 1:o'r 1`::tF t11C1'C• any l:''.'"i lil! :Ol'\' or fa)111!Y h1Sti>1•\' of j+'~' ..)IIS~.- tit'll Ic'.'' :( ir•V.' tiilY.:ll npaC'll(lC'1'. !)o.'ili`:c'rl, :111IC'riol' cervical 1CIP)h w'., :. ti('1' ('t,(':ct ):-1'i1', `:I1J"l:cJ mild hil:lic-l:,l liilar :lc:":1 'PtL•: ::tia l.iN.t owatrar)l,:•:,1 :icc•n ,j;:lt!*. T!lis - I,:i' 1% , r; .ltl: atlr,l ttlC' lail;lll(l:',t'.llt:!:• %l):;('(tU(va C1':111'1- 1u l;('('ll Vtl 1! •1ll tiou inclll(1Cr1 rUll*.inC i:11LC:Y.It(lr}' !!tUtil('s, '.~-!llr}h ai! nornlal, incluciing sc•rutn r•iic;u ll, m'rt1:a llrutc'ir c'1,_ctrv:,':.•_,r( sis, alul I,r(:ati\c' s~:itl Ic:>Is \titl, il,lrJr,lcc!i". tr 1'1'1>, alut CoCCic!iuiclvr.i)'c,r:.it+. ?.7c r)l.i>.ti:;r,: c l~iP)"...~s nor+r+rl:::'ci r,' •r
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F?.'7Il`0'N'PITAL I?F:A'..^??/AiF--FOLLi1:In.':/I,'ATER--FOLLVCI(~"7/~'ASTE TRF::'1T«t;T, VOLC•I--XVI/RIBLTOGRAPHY,VOL.XV?/ lASTG DISPOSAL, VO:.S.7-X4"IIPOLLUTION CONTROL,VOLS. I--XVI/WASTE,INDUSTRIAL,VOLS,I--:{VI/REVF.FSE OSKOSIS,VOL.IV/ WATER TF.F.P.TM-.NT, VOL. ZV/TOXICOLO:.Y--ACUTE TOXICITIES,VOLS,II,V--:CIII/TOXIC Si'BSTAYCES,VOL.S,II,V--XIII/ ~ TDI RECOHMENDED METHODS OF REDUCTION, NF•UTRALIZATION, RECOVERY, OR DISPOSAL 841973n OF 1LAZARDOUS WASTE. Prepared for V,.S. ENVIROh?TENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY. By R.S•OTTINGER et al. August 1973 Vols.I-XVI Distributed by: U.S.DEPARTMT OF CO*4dERCE, National Technical Inform. Serv. PB-224581-PB-.224595 VOL. I. SUF2iARY REPORT. Vol.11. TOF.ICOLOGIC:. SLnHARY VOL.111. DISPOSAL PROCESS DESCRIPTIONS, ULTIMATE DISPOSAL, INCINERATION, AND PYROLYSIS PROCESSE: VOL.IV. DISPOSAL PROCESS DESCRIPTIONS, RIOLOGICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE TREATMENT PROCESSES. VOL. V. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, PESTICIDES ~" AND CYANIDE COMPOUNDS. VOL.VI. NATIG`1AL DISPOSAL SITE CNADIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, YERCURY, ARSENIC, CHRO`tII^,K, AND CADPtIUM COMPOUNDS. -•%' VOL.VII. 'NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STP.EAM CONSITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, PROPELLANTS, EXPUISIVES AND ,;{iARFAItEWATERIFn.. ~' - VOL.VIII. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, MISCELLANEOUS INORGANIC AND ORGANIC CO`tP0[INDS. VOL. IR. NA'I7ONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, ~ RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS. ~ VOLS. X. INDCSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL DISPOSAL CA*1IlIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, f a XI , OPGA?: I C COMEOUNDS. VOLS.XII. INDUSTRIAL AND t-Mr;rICIPAL DISPOSAL CA'.'DIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, & XI II . INORGANIC CO~(POUI1DS . , VOL.XIV. SG:^SARY OF WASTE ORIGINS, FORAt3, AND QUANTITIES. VOL. XV. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PLANS. VOL.XVI. REFERENCES. • ~ I a 50331 0411 .~.-..:.. (1 [`) 0, 0
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., SO331 0419 M WATER--AivALYSIS/WATER--POLLUTION--!•fF.ASUREMF.VT/WASTE SdATRR--ANALYSISI ~ i. _-, _ CH tISTRY, • A.'QALY'FIC_--0RCA.VIC/ ' TECHNICAL REPOZT DATA ~ (PltOtt Irod lnrlrutlra.at on t1it rncrrt t•tleft tompltrln!I ?. 1. HLIOHT NO. ~ 5~,0-fi/78-C09 EPA - J TD 380 ; IDn " 1978 ; , ~. 11TLE ANO SUUTITLE • G. F:EPOlIT UATk Identification of Organic Compounds in Industriai November, 1978-Date of Prepar Ef fluent Discharges '. PERFOHMING ORGANIZATION COOE ). AViHORISI 3. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT r. Donald L. Perry, C.C. Chuang, Gregory A. Junsclaus, and % " _ Scot-t, ~*wrne rl< 2. PERFORMING OHGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS • 10. PROGRAM ELkMENT NO. Eattelle Colunbus Laboratories', 505 King Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201 • 11.CON fIACT/GHANT NO. USEPA 68-01-4350 17. SPONSORING AGCNCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF HEPORT ANC• PF.Ri6D COVEiti l'nited States Environmental Protection Agency W;,ter pollution T anic c: e orE Office of To>:ic Substances Water , rac analysis GC/HS/CO,,f' i,ashington, D.C. 20460 and lndust rial t:ater Waste effluents Environnental Research Laboratory (USEPA), Athens,! Gas cht'ornatogra, hy 15. SVPPLEMLNTARY NOTES M• I .1ass spectroscopy tG.AUSTHAGI S.oplet ol Gl t•lfl~~it }Rd 22 Sntake vatere aerr collceted fro~ e vlde ' _ . . . . - ~3 - • i . 2 ~., ~ 1 f t c ;? 0 0 t j I
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0 ~ W ~ 0 W ~ W 1 V , 111111[11! 0,111 ~ 1~t~.~~~; ~ ~ ~~ l~ ~ ~~ ~ Ifigl~l ~ `lilF] s / I I r- ~a r 4t m ~~~~ ~~ T ^ ~ a ~ ~ :~~~i~~~~~ ~ ~ F r g ~~`ft Oq~a y lilt ~a ~[ ~,~ i~oT 7 , ~ ~ il° ~ €~o_ ~ ~~ N ~~ ~~ ~j1w ~ ~~~~ r 4 ~ v i ~ ~o y e t61 ~ ~~ ,, ~ ~ o~~ - ~ ^ 0~'~~•s' [i1i.
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50331 0420 78 XI Ad-80 S.P. JR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XI Ad-80 sp. ,~,, :~'- •.z'y ..~~n ; - . . E. *(no _ affil.)* CLEARING THE AIRWAVES: THE CICARF.TTE AD BAN REVISITED. "-•licy Anal. 5(No, 4) 435-50 (1979) (in English) 0 6 il n(; 0 •0 2 ~~ :~ :~
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50331 0427 . .a 0 f 76 XI Wa , I ~ i RJR CLASS NO. PA:fPIiLET 76 XI Wa s. p. S.P. Kotler, P. (Northwestern Univ., Evanston, Ill., U. S.) WARNING Oa.OVER-:L1l::CETINC. Northwestern Univ. (Kotler, P.) News Release, (in English) *Abstr. in: New York Times, 1976, p. 70 (Oct. `/1s an example; }° CIIed y'ears ol co1= I tinucd frowtit ili c;"• =rr^ a.~?vrtici~ 1 c7Cm-;'lditllr-t in ordcr io pro.~ct r Snares, rltner than erez!in,', rrovtti, ' becausd no company would wiliin~!ly ~ cut its promotion bud^et.'fh^_r, in 1571, ! tho Gov~rnn:cnt caa ned ci2arettc ad- ~ vcr(isirc- from tzIe•rision ar,d radio. i After that, he added.'•t'he industry en- I joyed 1~(liw~'er51(\' 1!Y•.O J ~. ._..... ...~. . ....~~_ . ......~._ . .. . .~.....~...._. ..._:.:a. • n (?~ (? (l ' () 7 ~~ ~' (1 Evanston, Ill. (1976) 28, 1976)*' I
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50331 0390 76 II S.P. (1 ; 1 Biomeciical ttass Speetrorietrv 197F,3,77-30 re-77 Gas ChrcnnatagE•a~~~~ic ~•'iass Spcctrorr~e~ric Evaluation of Free ®rJcnic Acids in HE.E man v G iivc7 t M..;G. WARD, 2. R. Pot.trzI:R and J. L. LAStq-rlt$ Dcpartmcnl of Biological Sciences, University of New Orleans, New Orlcans, Louisiana 70122, U.S.A. ' S. Q. ALAM Department of Biochemistry, Louisiana State University School of Dentistry, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119, U.S.A. (Rcccit•cd 12 Noccnncer 1975) Ab.tract-Exccllcnt resolution and suhsryucnt identification of frcc oreanic acids cztractcd from mixcd, unuimul:,ted human s,disa was obtain.d by gas chrcnnator,raphy using high resolution olxn tubular gl,us capiltary columns coupled with mass spcctromctry computer insuumuuation. In add tiun to thc organic acids, idcnlificd as their trirncthylsilyl d.•risativn, thc pr.•:cnce of 2,Gdi-r•bucy4cresol--a food prc.rrvao%c-and ehotcstcrot was cst:rbli.hcd by mas> atxitronictry- The clfecls of a•p irin inFcsuon as n.•ll as diurnrl s.rn: uon M•crt studicd ro dcmorutratc thc pos.iblc clinical signiflcancc of lhis nonin.asi.c approach :o mct.ibolic prof hng. Introduction IT ttAs been generally rccor.nizcd that the analysis of biological fluids has proved to b:: of indispensable ~gn ~tic vl' ~luc.~~ow ~cr, ofraIl (} ~c hth}n an biological fltlids ckam5'icd, 111iv;r~as r+.cittd porYtaps the least attention. We have previously found in our laboratories such as aspirin, on the obscncd distribution of salis organic acids ovcr a sevcral day f+rriod. To thc auth, knowlcdoc, this is the first study cmplo) in~,, high r.s, lion opcn tubular glass capillary columns couplcd •: mass spectromeiry in the auial)sis of salivary orE: acids. a
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50331 0424 ~9~~ ~ AIR POLLu'rANTS 576 : ANALYSIS OF AIR--POLLUTIUNr-riEASOREMENT/CARI3ON PONOaID1:--POLLUTION/ PE'TRIt''O:- W!1RN1?:Z . W:,YNF:(:(H'NI ,~ ,(q' 11 AIR IOLLI'lluN <:(1N7 kOi. UI\lSlU\ A Wfl.rl'-I1•fIiKS(IIr:N<:Ii {'l;HLIf:Al ION JOHN Wtt.EY & SONS NEW YoRh • i.c)NUUN • 51'1)XI:), • TURUNTO 0 ~ f) ;l ? :s .7
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50331 0415 The Fanily Coordinator 23(4)432(1974) MeF-Y-961-75 Book Review. ~ fl t Many books deal'at length wtth various b n7nn, Leonard,lli.a. Clontacts I t n as cts of the communication roccss; but Four i~finutes..Los Angeles: Nash Pub- ~ p . 1972. 250 pp. 57.95. none to my knowledge have stressed so fuhing pointedly the importance of the 'unitial q~\ cation environments. G:t;iyVailc~::~;t' stages of the process for communtcatton University of Guelph success. Guelph, Ontario. Canada The time interval of four minutes "is not h The author defines "contact" as "the way you meet and relate with people dur- ing the initial phase of interaction: with strangers, friends. lovers, children. bosses; blind dates, plumbers, teachers. politi- eiatu-the whole cast of characters in your individual world." Chapters in the book deal in dctail with these various communi- an arbitrary tntenal. Rather. ti ts t e aver age time, demonstrated by careful obsetv- ation. durine which strangers in a social situation interact before they decide to part or continue their encounter." One of the stimulating concepts is the composition of the first four minutes: "hello," continuance, "goodbye." These three divisions will apply, in varying R lengths of time; to a wide ranvc of si;ua- tions-social activities, the tcaching•learn- ing process, the beginning cC the day for husband and wife and tce end of th,_ workg ing day of each when contact is resumed, and soforth. The author discusses his four C's of eontact: confidence, creativity. car- ing, and consideration. E'articularly rc warding are: the treatment of assumptions we make, and then act uron as fact; im. portant asprcts of verbal and non•verhal communication: and some positis e sugtia- tions for sclf•assessment and improve. ment. It is an extremety useful bo;, ' ~- fcr a better understanding of a wide range of communication situations, particularly those involving the family. _ ~ .It 0 6 n n n o
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I 0331 0430 I. d'fia; ne. Pharmae., 1971, 23, Sunal., 17oS-:7SS ' . Reeeti'ed lanuary 19, 1971 ~ III Du2-75 The determination of residual ethylez~~e oxide t P S ~ . . . . d and halogenated hydrocarbon propellants : in, sterilized plastics . ~..,:,•. . ilbbott Laboratories Ltd, Queenborough, Kent, U.K _ . 1 . . . . 'A specific and sensitive method is described for the determination of residual ethylene oxide, dichlorodifluoromethane and trichlorofluoro- methane in sterilized plastic surgical equipment. Residues are isc- lated from the plastics by high vacuum distillation and analysed by gas chromatography using an exponential dilution apparatus, to 0 ~, (1 0 () 0 0 3 limit of I ppm of each component could be detected in blood giving sets of which the main plastics material was PVC. The rate of loss of avoid the use of solvents. Under the conditions specified, a lower each component has been studied, to indicate the necessary holding • time of the material before it can be considered safe to use. Undesirable reactions in riti•o have been reported from the_use_of-sureical ecl;
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50331 0439 MEDICAL LITERATUR //MEDICINE--LITERATURE INFORPIATI'ON/ INFORMATION STORAG & RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS/ LIBRARIES,--MffDICA / z 699 Wa 1931 PING WITH THE IOMEDYCAL LITERATURE R f PRAEGER SPECIAL STUDIES • PRAEGER SCIENTIFIC A Primer for the Scientist and the Clinician Edited by f~K46bbb fti'~$Skj Wj.r PRAEGER aA n t1 n 0 0 2 3F : ?.
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50331 0438 X Wa4 V-Ywrr=r : ~olr epti,: Z;. . ?!•:1?U:SIMIF,I. POt ~y:•1?'A Are:l, k'.ce•_+~--fi 7. 1;oQ 7) 2z4 ~t3 ... (Auam-f: i f'fi3)
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~ )~o Prcisausschrcibcn: Sonncnforschung - 1'/ ~ iifammQ °sYsiam,tbr.o'to'~i'o'des,r6yor ~ : +' Die Astronomen haben - im Gegen- satz zu den Physikern und Chemikern - ihre Expcrimente nicht in der Hand; sie ,.c_^^_, Ln:,,.. ~............tin., o.,..,..,,,.n.,...., Fruhv.arnsystem fur Ozonzerstorer Freon w Sonnenspcktrum / tel/urische Linien / Jung/raujoch / hohe Almosphare / Flulisaure / freone / Ozonschicht Die Astronomen sind notorisch weltfremde Leute. Sie interessieren sich nicht lur unsere, sie interessieren sich lur Iremde Welten. Sie sind denn auch dankbare Zie/scheiben lur all jene, die die Nutzlosigkeit der Grundlagenforschung demonstrieren wol/en. Ab und zu aber linden d e,Sterngucker" zuruck auf unsere Erde - dann werden sie plotzlich sehr nutzlich, wie der nachtolgende Kurzbericht am Beispiel des Nachaeises von F1uAsjure in der hohon Atmosphare zcigt. auf der Sonne. beim Durchgang des Son- (Schvraiz) in 3560 m Hohe (E3ild 1). Das nenlichtes durch die Sonnenatmosphare, schmutzigste und teuchteste Drittel der es sind solare Linien. Erdatmosphare hat man dort unter sich . C ~f, ; ~~' n 50331 0428 .fl:.~.nn ......{. - 1__
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50331 0435 THE StJz:FACi-1"UtiSiON EALht:`CTs Phil. Mrsg. 4, 358-386 (1927) 0 I (1968) , . ot ,~- n 7
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50331 0437 XXII MeR9-79 S.?. ORNUTI RC-78/3 VINYL CHLORIDE, A REvTEw 1835 - 1975, AN St:TSOTA7ED LITERATURE COLLECTION jo~g _ 1~~~,~~~~, A LITERATURE COLLECTION 1fi;t'z;W-'WaRRENis ET AL -- ..~ OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE NOVEMBER 1978 ' „ U.S. DEt'FC7E;EI;T OF C^(":.3E^CE tIationai TccLa;al inSormatna Srrricc CZ A n tl ti tl 0 2 3 >(l .
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50331 0433 S f I t 1 . . i. Clin. Orthop. 99, 207-45(1974) 77 It Le Therapeutic Heat arid Cold JUSTUS F. LEIIMANN, I`T.D.,• Q GERALD WARRF.N, M.P.A.,*• STEWART M. $CHAM, M.D.t Evcn though therapeutic application of heat and cold has been used in the manage- mcnt of orthopacdic conditions for dccadcs, its scientific rationale has received only lim- ited examination until recent years. In order to assess its therapeutic cflicacy it seems to be in order to examine the various physio- logic responses and their relation to thcra- pcutic objectives. This will allow us to detcrmine whether or not the usc of heat or cold produces the dcsircd effect as wcll as or better than other therapeutic approaches. Recent advances i tcc~l ~nolpby hpvc r,ado ~ valious-fo r/i s~ cnE~gy `a'vairablc fon ceat- ing purposes. Amt»ng !hcsc are short•.va.l,,, AND thcrefore contraindications, precautions and dosimetry have become incrcasingly im- portant. Finally the usc of the various modalitics and heat therapy in general will be reviewed as it applies to specific ortho- pedic conditions. RATIONALE FOR THERAPEUTIC HEAT AND COLD APPLICATION The following physiologic effects of heat application arc accepted as thcrapcutically desirable: There is an incrcasc in extensibility of collagcn tissue. Collagen tissue, when at 4 9
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U "IIz cu °3 ~u °C(iOt QCIO~`uUlr~^aqkl °$x;1J~•'L'.iaC(9 st:op.zEiz:.u .r.ns To luo-6q~}.zodqad atil aox apTnD 2 ;stc,qol our,uac,y f . 9zno teEOs
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50331 0432 q . t 1 77 II Le Arch. Phys. Med 51 481-7 (Aug. 1970) - Effect of Therapeutic Temperatures oni'Tendon Extensibility Justus F. Lehmann, M.D. Alexander 1. Masock, M.D.' Cti gErold Warren, B.S. • t and John N. Koblanski, B.S.t S•ottls •(imited joint range due to soft tissue con- Iractures often represents a major obstacle in Ihe rehabilitation process. The project de- scribed in this paper was undertaken to study methods of elongating collagenous tissue which will produce maximum length increase under therapeutic conditions. The study showed that exclusive use of heat or stretch does not produce elongation of rat tail tendon. However, combined opplication of sustained load and tcmperotures of 45 C. does produce significant residual length increase irtithe len- *n.( {t w#1 furfljer i*wr(3hatq IheZelonq6- tion achieved with the onplication of heat 0 , ther, the effects of a heating period before the strctch, during the stretch and the residual effects on tendon length pro- duced by short tcnn, sustained, and cyclic stretching wcre compared. Finally, the conditions under which the tendon .v:u cooled after heating and loading were evaluated for snaxiuial length increase. Instrumentation l- Tendon cxtt•nsion and the recording of -'it was pc•rfonncd with an Instron F.xtcnso- n , .. .. ictt:r i i~ioiir•t 1 ' .~i-:~i) anu iis a.+o~~:~tc ----------- i i . ~ , tIL _..l i 7
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50331 0442 ;t•licroLilm ~ .~.,aJ-... U:c. ... 1A a:4 : ..i.:Ai=. :.G, u) n. 14 p4•'y "'w,. hi ::und (3rdn.uco Pur.e LFibo"<COilro Wssl:iagton, D. -1 - 717 -17 C• n
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10' w ft 5T F TRE R TM G-pJ T~Gd l` 5 T E W h T~~/G!~ YER --r~GG~, ~/7'i 0/t~ UlR~'ER-- Tif'crTi~t ~~~T t ---., e ~ - ~ 9 -7 C~1g i b /9-7l .FS r. W:1RKEN Ienl of F:•Fniet ar.Q Y,'ifdf~ fr - Uqu•sni:y, Corca:iu, Oregon 'k7g(6Thw U'1TH !)Ol'1;OROPF C' 6 Ct 0 C` r ? 'j 2 f. ~ 1 4-1 r!~~ *0 ~ ~ Cf I.1I3~.1?S 1.. "ZVA1tItj-.~T: ' TJ~ Uef d{Ir:v nt o~ Firh~~ir~ a:d 1:'it:!:ife ` Urtgon State Univr.jiry, Coirclli4, Uregon ~- , r ~. ~If ter 6 50331 0434 a
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50331 0423 77 III Wa~ Soil Science & Plant Analysis, 112),109-114(1970) itJELDAHL NITROGEN DETERAiINAT'ION/ A R:\PID ?."cT110D POfi l•:ITROGL\ DETECXi`:ATION I:: PL;.`:T TISSUE .l'EY ::O:.DS: ;'lant analysis, Aiicro-K.Je1da-:1, AutcAnalyzcr Myron H. t2nrner `r.nd J. Benton Jones, Jr. i 0 ci Ohio Agricultural Research rna Developa.ent Center Wooster, Ghio 44691 A5S-R1C^. A met`od is Zescri.bed for determinir.g the total ti content of p]ant i tiFsue by amodified Kjeldahl di&estion eTpleyinl; a Technicon Auto- r. R~ai~'zer. It is faster thr.n the ranual AO:.C K;eldahl c~ethod. Repro- ' 2uti5ility 9> not as ;ood as that for ti:e AC:\C rceth^d, but coefficients of variability are conparablc with *.hos^ for the analyses of niner;il elem^nts in plant tissue by emissicn snectroscopy. n i) ~.i i *.Ti '~ i I
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SMOKING HABITS--U. S./SMOKING & HEALTH/—- S1`10K~ I1`~ iG BE~ J~ L l ~~`,~~ Y` TS 2240 Be 1971 _ Data Book a ions n behario~f a nonmetropotitan sample of adults~. ~ companion report to SMOKING BEHAVIOR, Socio(ogy Report No. 88A. ' A~resentation of data on,the,smokin$~ttitudes,,betiefs~ fsitu t' ~d A Final Report Contract No. PH-86-68-129 , George M. Beal ~ttct- "KR~IL Wtllir-m A. Fleischman Sociology Report No. 888 b.- SuboitteA toti ThelNaliionaLiCle~tinglpustfor:*~moiking and Health, United States Public Health Service .,. .._,._......~.._,.~......_~___..__._.~«,,.
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50331 0414 • . DOCUMtNT CONTI:OL DtiTA - R & - (Srr..nrl tl.af.fa c'r••n >/ r(rlr. A•Ar ol e(rsrsnt t w, ! v.Jr - , .r.ret.r(rn r s•t I t se Key Aerosp ?cc tiedir.31 2esearch ' abora'or;r, Aerospace A~CGIC::1 D1V1S)On \ht~ b~/ l :,ir rorce Systcros Coma: nci , , (l,i•:iC> /1Sr23. I I 1:-lE iO?:ICOLC`GY OF SONsE COi\-1:.;ERCIAL FLUOROCARl3C'NS. ot re~~crf.nd rnclufl.e dtre.~ Dee-:r 19 71 • l.. C O N 1 h. C i C tt (l .a . N Z :.: S. r/V It f+ur..a. ft na n.n+~, ~r:ote /nrrra. lat e.n") %':Qrc3s: I i C^ntinuous exposure P'Itholagy To;:icolor3icai sc:ccning Gas chro:iato.;rzrphy hlcctron microscopy 1'ro;,e]lant toxicity .. . . . . . . missilcs, and spac-2 vehicles. Fh. D. - .. ...... .... ..o a..r_.< ,A vn n. nrr. - This report r,a : presented at the Proccer.in ~s of the 2nd Annual Conference on EnvironcIcntal Toxiculogy, sponsore.-l by t;lc Syste'.•icd ;.`,orporrtion and hcld in rairL-orn, Chio on 3) ,>uaust, I and 2 Scptc:nbcr 1971. Majcr technical areas CliscussCC: incluClc:: tO::1C~10:)iCFI~ evAluation of volatile hallo!)cniltcC: co: npoU''Ids, protection of the public against air i>oll.utioa and to>.icological problems with aircraft, 0 S 1 0 n Cs 'U 73 9 7
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50331 0448 '.Warsav'..International Congress of.Food.Science and . ,. ..,~ 370 . Technology! ~0A_ . ~ »-._. Fo PISDL a ~ .•'~' 'r.I FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS, 1st, London, Sept. 18-21, 1962, Vo1.t,2,3 and 4; 2nd, Warsaw, Aug. 22-27, 1966. 1965-66 Gordon and Breach Science Publ. New York e
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~>~..,..__._.. __..~..._...._....,,.. _-_.........._..._._._.. . .. .. 50331 0417 e ~f " ! 'Or.. : b, NO. 12 JOL-RX:.f. OP GF:OP1I1'SIC.1i. RF.SE:\RC11 AP1tIL 20. 1971 ~ ; E19 C ~. jP• The Atmosplicric "CO and "CO Budget C. .TU\G}y W. ..Sk:ILlair AND P: "1VAIMECK ,11ar 1'lnncl:-Insliltrl /iir Chcniic (0llo Ilnhr:-llislitul), Mainz, Germany The budget of CO in the atmosphere is diScusscd. For "CO the known sources are anthro- pogcnic cmiss~ou snci procluctiori by the oc(-: ns. The magnitude of the latter source is drrived for the northern hcn,i=j>hcre fror.i m.caiurcnicnts of CO conccntratinr•.s over, the Atlnntic nnd I'scific occ :ns. T)i^ dc-truc:tin% nf "CO occurs in tlie strato;;~herc vncl by n tropo- spiicric ant: of unknown natuir. i11e autLroj)o:;ulic and the maritime CO :ourccs do not' contributc si;-nificnntly to the production of "CO thmt occurs rnainly by cosmic radiation. A model is prc;:^ntcd for the budocts of "CO ana "CO in the atmosphrre by considering the stratn_pheric and trop:;-pheiic domains se! ar::tr;ti. On the basis of this model the flux of "CO across the troponause can be calcu'.atc(l. The rr;ults provide the mngnitucie of the tropo,;,heric :ink as a function of the tropo=;-heric "CO concentration rnei c•nsble a com- p1ri5un of the "C'O anti 'CQ rc,idcnce tiinc ; in the troi,osphc•re. If the troposphcric "CO .•nlue is th:at c:c•rivccl from tiie mea;ureincnta of \IcK;iy et al. (IJG3), the re:iclcnce times of 'iG0 ~n lid '0 ir~rc~ ,r.•-~s;iin: h• Rile s;+1nc Ir,cire about 02 ;•:r. It is ar,uccl, ho~ti•ecer, that U.:^. "C 1J rc5i~!ct~rc titnc 3s I r t.a1,?{ uili, f~ r. ln ti,at in~tsnce th_ "CO aud '•CO rc,icicnce a
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50331 0446 . T ' 6~ 4tai'rx'ene~T At. ` H. - P1i0TMMISTfiY OF l3:dS:1iliRA1i;D S1S:KiiS -- A CLl6SI.'IC..TTC?d 1t~.Sl'sn ON tSUt:iICE\'ti E CYCLQ- 1:.L'C'iI'.0.7IC UISli{IfiU'iICa, byA llrcr.:I1'.;X, J. B. •- Rev. Pure v.nu Appl. Cneiz. t~6, 117-73 (1966) s...~- . - -' .
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~,i valuation of Telemetry in Deterra:Zlll1 g ! 50331 0366 Toxicity of Aerosol 1'reParations 11.117 Du 75 S.p.2- Jour. Pharr.t. Sci. •63(12)1592-96(1974). _.._. . _ + M. A. DOEtA'~ O. C': U: R'ARl<.Y,F, and J. J. SCIARItA Table I-Particle-Size Distribution of ~ . _ Isbstract O The effect ntselected aerosol products and fluorinated Antiperspirant Preparation bydrocarbon propellants on the heart rate and respiratiua of rats wrrs det!rmined in whole br~dy expu::ure clamhere by hiotrlemetry. Diam- - Electrocardiogram and respiratory transmitters were used to eter of . b:oadczst selected FM signals to a neart,y receiver and physioioyi- Particle, ' tal recorder for visual display. Each rat was subjected to a sinKle _ A-M 360--nin exposure of the aerosol product or propellant, kept under _ obvcrvation for toxicological responses, anu then examined tur his- 1 tu atFological signs of toxicit The Quoroalkane rn llants used 2 de, ressed the heart rate in high concentration~- First degree atrio- .' 4 8 ventricular block and T a•ave im•r ;ion were also ob_en•r.d in r,ome 1G aninials. The propcllants tested aL<o had a depressant effect on re-- 32 ..~. l d u t c l aero.o p:o e se ecte d '1 h sp,ratory rate and r.tinute volume. irlass of Collected Material, g • Cumulative Mass. g Cumulative Weight, O 0.0-S1G 0.0024 1.695 0.02.54 0.0088 .. 6.932 0.03°7 0.0269 21.309 0.0182 0.0597 47,13-1 0.0064 0.0851 67.156 (/.0024 0.1267 100.00 .~. ...~.. produced similar effects but at eoncentrrtions much higher thao w:uld be expPrienced durine normal cronsurr.er use. Histop•,tholcg- . iea) exemination revea?ed greater tissue dr.ma;e with the aero~l i(1° nt•, Z'aylor et [tl. (6) proposed that either sens'it- prodact thsn with the propelLinta alone. The cardi.:c and respi:a- zb.t_oP. of the myue<rrjium to eatecholamines or a di- tory abrurmaLties occurred oaly after exprr ure to hig: conceatra- . reC.-<1EpressaIlt action on the InyGCSrdlur:l naallt e[- tions of the fluoroalltane propc-Ilant.c Also, the cathoiary report , pla;r the cardio~r::cicity of the fluorocarbon propel- gave no indication of ;he existence et "ihesauros~s" or pulmonc.ry . grwulomttosis ' la'Its' It is well known that the deposition of aerr!;ot.s in - _ . . . ., ._. , 0 6 in n n() G2. 2 7 9
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50331 0447 . 0 n VI1 A~arrlner, 0r. Csrl.s E.uR:f'CRT CN THE LAFCRATC'tY NCnK CARRI£0 CUT f Ca THE DRUG AND OIL PLANT PROJECT. 'i'hcs Cslifornia SLatu Dops: t:uent of Fducat;ion and the Cali.'o-r,d-o PolytDchni.c Sct.ool, San Lui9 G:;?.:;po , ~:.~~, F:?CiCEi.DI:c .~~~DI:c~ t.,;_, Cti CL'LThVd- P'.xc, ~r c. ~O •:",L~ :~~.:,.c1 ~`rrry !•r.~J I,l~r ~ r.~~~T, r~:. L~:. nGC,.~~,•;zc F:..~,~ 111 Cr,LIFCI',;lIA. Photo9tt3t6d p3r69= 12, 20-•21, 26-27, 30-31, 3C-39, 4g^50, 66; G8•'C4, 127, 131-33, 1Jh-37, 191-93, 1S3^19?, 205, 2 C3 . Dacorabar 2 and 3, 1947 385 p. Calif. S'toto Dt!ni;. of th© Cz1if. Ibly- technic School; Sun L?._. J•`'~ispo Los An;,a1es, Csl. ]
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xx ~J'1•0}~ICULOC;1'--I'00DS / or.KL-TIrcC-73-9 TSeF-I)- '~-?4 .TO);ICITY OI' POTLTOi•.S: A IAL'LIOGI:APHY 'fiebruary 1973 F~iEhp,:&, Warren ~ ,xOaICOLOGY INF0RP1ATI01I RESPO:JSE CENTER Work supported by the Toxicology Information Fiogram, -50331 0436 National. Library of rfedicine, National Institutes of Health, .• Department of Ilealtli, Education, and Welfare under KLM Interagency Agreement No. 40-274-71 R.LI..~..,.~s...~ for the U. S. ATOMIC ENERGY CO:.'~iISSIO\1 ---- OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABOW.TORY Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 operated by . UNION CARBIDE COF,POI:ATION Abstract _. .... ~.:•.. ~r. ..,.. C5 e; tj (1 n i 1 43 ?. k , /y a
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50331 0454 tLWatth, Albin Hesiry; 1885=' The chemistry and technology of NN•ases. \Te~ 1'ork, Pein- hold Pub. Corp.,1J47. Vii(, 519 p, illus. 24 cm, Includes "References." 1. Waxes. r. Tit1e. TPG70.1V17 GG5.2 47-7188°' Library of Congress (7) 153f1j /~ f, n . t7 ~ . ~ ~1 a! ~) ..:, Cl •i•/ ~ Lt.. ~ ~ /-
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50331 0456 VI • t'. R:s jr°.,-jt.-.aut.: Xdentift.ention t~eophytadibne in Burley Tobscco and in To' ~ Cigarette Smoke, by R. N. Gladdinq, !'. B. 1957 b;artman, Jr. wnd H. 'R. 1:'riFht, Jr. TOBACCO CHE24ISTS' RESEARCH COMF-EnENCE. . 1957. Contains abstracts of papers and some individu3l reprints of papers. - ---,-..--.- -- ~ n .~ ..~~...
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`l`t:i'?ii;tfS/ L:I(1L7 iil , 1)I'.1Y i)1`1)-~ . RJR CLASS NO. -2T:1:?;SLt,j:-j; s.SrJ~rcburg; Scait~.) (L'idg. Tech. Iiochschule, Or;. Chen. Lab., Zurich, A Nia.' PRODUCTIVE ACCESS TO l:1!iYDY.OACTIt:ODIOLIDE AND ca-SUBS1•I'fUTFD Ttlt~,~ DERIVAiIVES. *(Ein neuer, ergiebiger Zu,-;ang zu Dihydr:;actior:nd3.o11d und a•-suustitui(.r- ten Furanderivaten.)* Helv. Chim. Acta 57 (*io. 3) 916-19 (Apr. 27, 1974) (in German -;ompletc English translation available) *Keywords:* dil:ydroactinadjolide, cureA, constituent. f,]974, No. 11, W 4457* *d* Tobacco cheMi.stry: !1 :; rI n '11 k! P. 2 ' t; t 50331 0U53
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SHOKING HABITS--U. S./SMOKING & HEALTH/ i0331 0440 ~°~110KING BE 1-1-A-VIOR TS 2240 Be 1971 A descriptive analysis of the smoking attitudes, beliefs, situations, and behavior of a nonmetropolitan sample of adults. A companion report to SMOKING BEHAVIOR DATA BOOK, Sociology Report No. 880. George M. Heal R'tclieed' fl:: wnre~~ William A. Fleischcna r.__. _ A Final Report Contract No. PH-86•68-129 ~. w. Submitted to: The National Clearinghouse for Smoking and Health, United States Public Health Sen i Sociological Studies in Health ............................ Project Co-Directors: George M. Beal, Gerald E. Klonglan i Richard D. War: Task Area Coordinator: William A. Fleischrr Department of Sociology b Anthropology. ......... IOWA STATE UNIUERSI1 ~ __ of Science and Technology, Ames, Iowa...lune, 19; ~ ~ Sociology Report No. 88A ~ ' --_ -°--~- --- --- 0 o tI ri o 0 0
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I I 'Me 5-72 :>.P. t:ATF.R POLLUTION CONTROL RESF.ARCR SERIES SLUllGL'' 1fI,7'I;i:7AL h•I:COVERY:, SYSTEM FOR I'•imU1 ?~C`1'i1R::RS OF PIG:,',f:NTED PhP1:RS Ss-j~:,..i:a3ren..,, . ` A Division of Scott Paper Company Environ*r,ental Improvement Department 89 Cur;berland Street [lestbroo}:, Ma ine 04092 for the Office of' Rese :rch and i•.onitoring ENIVII:O~.:LidTAL 3'R07'],;CTIOP: AGT:NCY Program Number 12040 FES Ju ly 1971 'z '? {l r! f? ~l a 7`' 7 .. '~ `' 0 50331 0444
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50331 0463 . ; X '1''.SE EFFCCTS L`F SI•iD::Zl;ii 0:7 :,'IIE C.'•'F THRESIIOLD, by K. Id. Wamick and Ii. J. f"yscsick. Life Scicncer 1963 ((No. 4) 219-25 (1963) ~~~• i~ n fl n 0 2 ~ 7 ~
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50331 0461 TOBACCO--GF.R!•tANY/CIGARETTES--TAR/CIGARETTES--NICOTINE CONTENT/ SMOKING AND HEALTH/gRNEST L. WYNDER 77 IX lTo RJR CLASS NQ. PAMPHLET 77 IX lio ` Hoer Zu NEW FINDINGS BY SCIENTISTS ABOUT SPIOKING. WHY'IS_IT SO IMPORTANT TO GIVE UP THE LAST THREE PUFFS. *(Warum Sie_"auf die letzten drei Zuge verzichten sollten.)* Hoer Zu, 1976 (No. 45) p. 146 (1976) (in German•. with'English translation) Various methods of limiting smoking are discussed. Nicotine and tar data of the most important Cerman cigarette brands are given. *Keywords:* tar, snoke, constituent; •. Nicotine, smoke, constituent. o ~~n n n n t 10 .73 7
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LUNGS--CANCER--RESEARCH! 029 R1 TT RP-R1 Animal . ~ udy of the Effect of Whole Exposure to Aci ists & S.P, Particulates on the Pulmonary Perfused Metabolism o enzo(a)DYrene In the Isolated Lun Model. T. A4 tiOwi!! F < i wifOwt No. __ Metabolic patterns . r T a ANOSV.T~T~. s. "[.owT o.*a Jul 1980 f["fow«~NO owo.N~:.T~oNCOOe . I[wfOw4iN0 O"OAN'ZATiON wffOwT %O 131It~1t~iWQ. Nlemeier, R.W., and Bingham, U. •. •[wf0"MiNG OwOANiZAT1O~r NAM[ ANO AOOw[t3 f OGwAM iLv N N. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine 1AA817 Department of Environmental Health ' 3223 Eden Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45267 Contract No 68-02-1678 11 VON{OwINO w0(NCV NAM( ANO AOOw[[! 17. VYf[ Of wE10"T ApO f[w4OO GOV[w!O H alth Effe R h Lab t t RTP NC esearc e s ora ory , c U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ,,.~N,ow,NO ,o[+.cV cooa Research Triangle Park. NC 21711 EPA 600/11 T[.:bMLaM{NTAwV NOTa! Project Officer: Stephen Nesnow .. Lung cancer represents the highest single cause of cancer deaths in the U.S. Epidemlological and experimental evidence Indicates that the interplay of multiple environmental factors is responsible for the tnduction of lung cancer. Man Is exposed to a complex mixture of potentially hazardous materials, including specific carcinogens and a variety of agents which may modify the manner 1n which the lung disposes of inhaled materials. One Such carcinogen is benzo(a)pyrene (BaP) a ubiquitous environmental pollutant formed during the destructive distillation of coal and in other processes that involve incomplete combust/on of organic material. Lung.cancer Benzo(a)pyrene (BaP) Envi ronmental pollutants
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• 50331 0459 ! RJR TRANSLATION SILICON ORGANIC CG,:i'('f:NDS/ 120. Organische Derivate des II1)"-) von J. N%'artznann und H. ))euet ORGANIC DERIVATIVES OF SiLICA CEL WITH Si-C 1.ONDS. II. (1,2) Helv. Chim. Acta 42 (No. 4) 1166-1170 (1959) By: J.x-:Wartmann and H. Det,el In the foregoinp communication (2), we reparted on the orpenic derivatives of silica gel with Si-O-C bonds. These dc~rivati.vc•s ,ire no!_ vc•rv stable and can hardly be hydrolyzed to low molecul:r orFano•-silicon co%apot:nds. The text below desr.ribes the preparation of derivatives with Si-C bona :, which are substantially more stable, and the decomposition of these clerivati_vE3 t•o low molecular organo-silicon compounds. The preparation of r}:o:;yl silica Fel (3) a t1 ~? i ~ 0 n 0 0 2 3 7 2
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50331 0452 < J Warter;-=Stuart,A i,:- • (Jt, -Author) - !:lum, F:a. ray S. ClirHICl:L R;:WT'.SCP.S Cr SOCIAL Ri.HAV YOJP.. VI. TaE 2:i:L1':TICN Ql•' SU:T1CTUkZE TO E:.r'.T.T.1?Y's': ()~' i'?'sTO:;b:S AS J:: LZASSaS OF ALUi! FOi: IP.f1:C;1Y',.iL'X Piti~1.~.~:OSUS (kOGEi',), by lnfurray S. B1ua, atcart L. l•.Wrt.cr, and JcAng G. Trayn:mm Jour. InuEcG Phyaioh. 12, 419-427 (1S'66) O ~ f> ~ ~1 ~ - C1 n ft ~ Cl 2
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75 VII To TOBACCO--DISEASES AND PESTS--VIRUSES/ TOBACCO--MOS7.IC'VIRUS/ RJR CLASS NO. PA.`4PHELT 75 VII To Todd, F. (North Carolina Extension Dep., Raleigh, N. C., U. S.) t~ANDS INHIBITS TOBACCO DISEASE:'' WA5HIM6 N. C. Extension Dep., (Todd, F.) News Release, Raleigh, N. C. (1975) (in English) *Abstr. in: Dairy Record 1975, p. 13 (Feb. 1975)* *1975, No. 5, W 1544* *d* Tobacco agriculture: 50331 0472 n n /1 . n o , ~ ^ '
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...... 50331 0445 ~ , . III N,cAS-72 S.P. Ci9~a ~GBs -/G96 Joored of Nerrochsmiutry, 197J, YoI. 19, pp. 1f13 to 1696. Pers.rm. Pru.. Prior.d 1a t'rea Priu,{a. PERMEABILITY OF THE BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER TO FRUCTOSE AND THE ANAEROBIC USE OF FRUCTOSE IN THE BRAINS OF YOUNG MICE' L-Stt~u IG- A ~r t CH THLTOV C 1T N j( L w d Eu J J ~~ W , . . , EA A A A tw an zAB~ . or.~s , t O Edward Riallinekrodt De,artment of Pediatrics. Washington UnNersity School of Ntcdicine, and the Di%ision of Neurology, St. Louis Children's Hospital, St. Louis, Ai:ss. 6311C, U.S.A. ! (Fseelnd I FrDru;ry 1972. Accepred 3 March 1972) Abstract-Fructose le.els weee detcrmined in plasnta and brain of B- to 12-dayold ni,x a: ir,.tenals after t::e injection of 30 n'.mol:kg intra.--eritoneali•v; eoatrols ra:ei%ed tiaCl, IS rrZtol,rkg. In normal animals brain fruaose increased very sfoM'y despitc a-apid rise in plasnia Ie.els (120 times the coatrol salce in S mrn). At 40 min the ccrebral level N-as 1'S4 {. 0-23 m:nol'k_; the cnrre;pon"_inc ; tasma level was i7•1 :!: y 8 ru. The data se;geat , that fructose can scr.e as a socrce oi cner5y to the brain in times of cncical oeed: during insulin h>rog!>.emia brain fractox incrvsed to only 0 dS ~ 0 05 mmoLk¢ durir'.c the satne in'erval -C mi-) dr;; ice plasmi frr.-so -QIurs e.;ual t_. thou in control ani-rc!a; ' . _ .. - 4- - - -- .._. - •- •-- ---- •- n (~ 0'1 <. /. a In
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50331 0469 7 3 XX Wa Cco PDDL c~..Q~I , G®ld 1"*Iedal u ecipes . 0 7 V. k") {1 fl r e (' l1 7 ;.
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50331 0476 Cansow"ac;,2 of U.z:'..__:>' :-, ^c, of. ..ac .1:::1.'~',.T'i.mc:Z :~ct:'~,.~ c..!R..w,~_ 1 ~. 1~'_i .,~.. . _. ... ,^. tiNIcON t,T: T oY p,j. 1970 NanhSn?Con, I2. C , n• .n, 0. .?. 3 ..~ :9 .
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:;.`: :5~.`-F3 3 ??= 73 1at;0i:~ v'. .::~:~i? u.a 4r 4 ~ U$f 3 t l 3 d .-.a,. Prtntc rn .... . ^ n.et:cun Jour:ur , pp. of Ch"+:c.:lrtitr:n:.on .G: ?.t.~z 1~. ' 2'~ = ; Ammonia content- of fooc! ~ . ~ Z?:raiel Rurla:an, .1t. D., Robert Il. SInith I:I, 1'lf. D., Atef -4. Sala•1r, Af. '%WArArmrA&•E>t, John T. Galwr.bos, ltt. D., and Jtdius Wenger, A7. D. • -,_. :.. . . ... In some patients with chronic liver disease, ingestion of nitrogen-containing food causes hYperamn:oucmia,4 wbich contributes to 'the development of encephalopathy. Food con- tains 20 dill1erent amino acids and small amounts of other nitrogenous materials. Some nitrogenous substances in the diet may be more potent in causing hyperammonenva than others. if so, then by rcducing the die-- tary content of such substances, it might be possible to devise for cirrhotic patients new menus more likely to maintain nitrogen bal- ance without precipitating encephalopathy. ..,,.... D., ~TV" D¢a*- done, the two values a-rced w:tcin =11`"~. When I to 10 mg NH,C1 w•as added pcr grar of food before homo;enization, 54 to 97% of ad~_d tiH: was recovered by both the microdiffusion an.i chro- matographic methods. Effect of NIf,C1 on blood NB, eoneertror:orr of nonnol and eirrhotic •ruhiects Subjects were nine normal individuals r2n-ing in aCe from 24 to 59, and 32 pstients aged ''.0 to 62 years with advanced liver disease !L: cnnccs cirrhu- sis in 29, postnecrotic cirrhosis in 2, 11'i!sc ri's dis- ease in 1). Two criteria determir,ed the patienis who were selected: 1) they had cxperiencer ea- c.ph:;'opathy; and 2) fasting blood \1l, conrcntra- ~~ n R t.l n il ~ ~ ~ ~,
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50331 0451 XXII MeB9 7b S.P• Kobunshi Kako 24(12)417-420(1975) The Applications of the Synthetic Resin Emulsion , Ernest Benn & (London) Ri7. 18:<2•lcm, 1078-Z-i, 1t22.COO(;a~~4~) Indu Applieations/11. The Papering Industry/15. Miscellaneous A ~t ~ ~h SI~M`MCJ~t "j., - 30 (420) a~^~ c~,~ ~ ~'~s1 t 1ul ~ot~trl"d. o.~„'~ ~., lJ 1 7 Introduetion/1. Fundamentals of Polymer Chemistry/2. Emulsions. Emutsioit Polymerisation/3. General Polymer Emulsion Application/4. Tcchnic,al Pr,lymcr Emulsions/5. Polyester and Non-Vin~•1 T:mulsions/6. Adhesi.•cs/7. Surface Coatings, Decorative, Fundamcntsis and' Raw Afaterials/M. Emulsion Paints- Formulation/9. Cross-Linking; Industrial hinishing/10. ~Iisccllancous Tcatiie stry/12. Leatlur/13. Yolisl~cs/1J. The ll1uld- pplications/1G. New Developments ~n* CTti11' ) s~{lltili.l ;~'at:'~1' ~r!~F~ )t t:~fT T 1? L. (075)8•11-4456 3 4 5 3 a y PVC << ' ^ 1 t<.{ ttlel- LA _`~--- -_.~,.~..,..~.,...~.- _ , ~. ~
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50331 0468 Ref . Q 199 N .w-,.Id"hlmrn y Edw-rc:' Wight,' ed. National research council. International critical tables of numeric;il data, physics, clicmistry and tecl:nolo„ y, prcpared under tlie auspices of the International rrsearch council and the National academy of sciences by the \ational research council of the L'nitecl States of America; editor-in-chief : Ldvvard 11'. 1N'ashburn ... Ussociate editors : Clarence J. Al'est... \. Erne_t Dorsey ... lst ed. New York ~etc.] Yub, for the National research council by the :1icGraw-IIill book company, inc., 102G-30. 7 v. dtagrs. 28} cm. ( GAniinued on next card ) L52r33y615j 26-10495 0 ~ o' C1 n n~ ,.o t) ? %5
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50331 0455 r *iiartraati; 'L: H:" (Jt: Author)--- I:olesker J. V. Poly (vinyl chlorictt) [by) J. V. Ko16ake and L. }I. I7srCwen. york, Ov.doa and Breach Science Publinher.H I1.9(,gi xi, 112 p. i11u3. 23 cm. 0 A
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50331 0483 XI UnD.7-78 New York Times, 1/19/7R, p. 51 JPertschuk, Michael U. S. Federal Trade Commission) WASHINGTON & 3USINFSS- P ERTSCiRUK' S PLANS FOP. THE F. T. C. 0 6 n on 0 0 2 :S 96
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50331 0478 Washington, D. C.--Industries- Directories. -C C'l:_:?3 `r^tsr.t;it,~ r ..:r~. - , - . . _~ ... ._ _... . . . . ,r . ~ 'r.F_~~U:i C ~•-~r,.----'°-;~r----"--'- ,;' o 0 0 ..0 0 2. 3 '9 1
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SILICATES--DERIVATIVES/SILICA GEL/ ,_5 0331 0458 11.9. Organische Derivate des Silikagels mit Si-O-C-Bindung 13) RJR TRANSLATION von H. Deucl, J. Wartmann, K. HutschneScer, U. SchobinL+er und C. Gude! ORGANIC DERIVATIVES OF SILICA GEL WITH SI-n-C BONDS I(1). _ . . - . . , . • . . . • , , . . . . , lielv. Chim. Acta 42 (No. 4) 1160-1165 (1959) - • . . . ~. ~ , . . . . ~ ~ • -. By: -H. Deuel; ;J':_;htartmnnn; K. Hutcchneker; U. Schobinger and C. Cudel The methods of organic chemistry have, so far, hardly been applied for the elucidation of the constitution of silicates. On one hand, one would expect in the conversion a formation of organic derivatives at the active grr- ~ of the silicate surface. On the other hand, the silicates should degradc :.ilica- organic compounds. A series of studies (2) reported about the preparation and decomposition of organic derivatives of montmorillonite. The mineral appeared to be most a 0' ~ f~ ~ ' n O 0 2 .~ 7 1
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: 50331 0480 .,.~,..., TP ~s-Washingtow-t--Internstfonal-Congresn- of Fued ~370 ° ~r Science and Techno2ogy; ~~3rd. °° FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTEMNATIONAI. CONGRESS, 1ST, London, Sept. 18-21 1962 Vol 3 and 4; 2nd 2 , , , . , ~~ Warsaw, Aug. 22-27, 1966~?, fl,:. ~ 1965-66~ C• f~ 94, FoA Gordon and Breach Science Publ. New York Q ti '1 n(3 f F
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50331 0471 Tecbnical Association for Pulp and Paper Industry, NON-1J00D PLANT FIBERS CONFERENCE, Oct. 22, 1973, Atlanta, Ceorgia. '74ZII Ze tWAMI'. 11MAM~~UL~?°' . . >. ' ZELLNER ARNER L W w 5 _ _ . Bp e gNianag r Internaticr.al Narketin ` I. J. CLARKE-PCUNDER Pulp and Paper Machinery Technical D+„ector Ln:ernatior.a.l C`,; e: , Ingersoll-Rand Interr.atior.al Improved Machinery Ir.c. Rotary Vacuum Filters. Their app?icatior, and operation in washing Bagasse Pulp is discussed. Basic unit sizes at mills in various locations are compared and an:lyzed. Pulp twke-off arrangements are reviewed, and known advzntages and disadvantages summarized. n r~: i i f_1 n(, ~`` ^ •. ~ i : ~ S" (; f ~. ~
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50331 0449 :• ~~~ ,~ ~.~~ ~ .~~.~ v ~ /~ ~ t 3 ) 0022-9018Ja1/1693 0196t02.00ro 7)ta Jovu+wt o- NzJevotra AND MZr+rAl Drasa~~ Vol. 169, No. 3 CopyrKht O 1981 by The Williams & WilJciev Co. ~. ~ Printed ~n C'.S.A. 80 II Ey-81 BRIEF COMMUNICATION S.P. S- . A Note on the "Paradoxical" Effect of Stimulants on Hyperactivity with Reference to the Rate-dependency Effect of Drugs ,~- -. -~.• -~ LEONARD GREEN, Px.D., sNn'1YJ(irHAt1ER, B.A.' ..,...,..,.. The administration of stimulant drugs to hyperactive children often leads to a decrease in their e:ceasive motor activity. This "paradoxical" effect is discussed in terms of the rate- dependency hypothesis which states. that the effect of a given drug is determined by the baseline rate of behavior emitted by the subject. Amphetamines decrease response output under schedules maintaining high response rates, but increase response output under schedules maintaining low response rates. In hyperactive children, when baseline motor activity is high, the stimulant drug should, therefore, produce a reduction in such behavior. We also suggest that greater em asiaj6e phcedhn reporting individual data and that more n dejail~ spc ficat3nn tb~ m~Je o the target responses. .
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50331 0466 Translation ` ~ }t. Fr'itz t DriErc!'.LI?::x1QN OF C~.'A?iID:: IN 1: R PhE'Smii:rs ON t:f'.~L4C2'. T'CC+.i;;0:•1:.T1: (TF1) Trcr.s)ati.on £kom: Z. Anal. ChF:,-a. 246, 237-233 (1969) n , O
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50331 0475 Bus!riessman's ~. . '.-~ .~ ~~~ ~ , , e ~ WiLLIAM RUDER and RAYMOND h1A i HAN COLLIEil COOKS A Division of Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc. . New York Q ~ n t) n Cj (? 7'.,: n F
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50331 0457 Llar-tmn, Jr. , j t. -aut}:or, Gluc;cir•;,, ??. 1`'•, 1:',:rt.t::un, I'. B., jr., i..r.c Wric~ht, E. E., Jr.; The I::olallon of a Fh;; ta(iic:nc! fro!; ~urle;' Tc l):.cco. f•, o..;., ~.4 ~i.,...! ~:`! Gi ~ a;3~S~ Z:u.~i.S~ :r.~.is~'. ~ ~ C~" ^ i" °c; ` ^ +Y•+.t• ~ _.. . .~ ~'_. . .=i • 0 -'•----~.-..~.-....-~. w ..-.rev+~~s ~ ~ • n ~ ~.~ : 0 13 2 3 7 ()
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.4. Jour. of Catalysis 29, 441-450,/f973 78 jIII Fu - The Catalytic Oxidation of arbon Monoxide on Tin(IV) Oxide ~I. J. FULLER :~xn lt. E.- R:AR1~'ICI: Tin Re=earca. Irk+lilule, GrEenfo,d, J1idllcaez, England Received October 19, 1972 Tlre oxidation of carbon monoxide hae been in.-e=tirated on cataly:ts obtained by thermal acti.•ation of crannlar hYdrous tin(I1-) oxide gel in the temperature tange ZOU-;AO°C. The:e are active for this reaction at moderatel.- low temhcratures (<l:A°C). Thermogravimetr}- and nitrogen ad,:orption have been u:ed to im•cs- ligate the water Crontent and qpecific ;urface areas of the activated c:ualrsts, and these parameters have been relatcd to the initial catal.•tic activities. The partial deactivation durinl- carbon monoxide oxidation at low temperatures, whirlr is ap- parently accompanird by irartial reduction of the cata.tyst :uriace, has hecn sutdied ai a function of both the activation and reartion temperatures. The l.inetics of thr steady state reaction have be~,n inv(-tic:tted at lit) ^10'C on the t5U'C-activated catalyst, and tLe 1w)_tulat-A mechani=nt invol.•ei ad-orprion of carbon monoside dc:orption of rarbon dioxide aud ox,cen rcecucratiou of the catal}•_t. 'rl,r kinctic< can ix represented by the L^nemuir-tvtle rate equa!ion.:in:il tr to that dcri.•c~l for the tsame tcaction on both N-.O, and Fe.O:, aud this peimia ecaluation of the ea- .weriutenta~cti.~tinu cucr2iej for thc ad_orl~tion an.l de~rption steps. .MertroDQ
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50331 0489 4 . SMOKING AND HEt+LTH/ try has too lon^ kci;cd a top doctor i on issucs from hcalth insurancc to health carc, onc who ccmmandcd the I public car ira a«'ay tti3t most fzmous ' - . - - ~ of nlodcnt ' sur~_ cons ^cncrdl, Dr. ~ Thomas Parran, tont:nanded pub:ic ot Dr. ~ tcntion from IE,SG to 1'Y3. ,- ~ / DR. JIJLLt:7 RIC1L`:0:.'D/ ~ RJR C1.ASS NO. PA14PH1.ET 76 XI Wa-77 s.p. NEWvSURGEON GENERAL CHOSEN; POWER WILL BE EXPANDED. Washington 1'ost, 1977, A9 (May 31, 1977) (in English) ~~ Aiost hcalth observers fcel thc coun- 76 XI Wa-77 S.P. Washifigton Post ~ 7
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WASHINGTON UNIVERSiTY --DISSERTATIONS SEE DISSERTATIONS--WASHINGTON .UNIVERSITY 0 I I f 50331 0U96 t:
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50331 0484 /U.S. GOVERrTiENT--DIRECT'ORIES/ U.S. CONGRF:SS--DIRECTORIES/ 0 V . CO{VGRESSlOfVAL QUARTERLY INC. 0 6 n o () 0 0 2 3 9 7
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50331 04e8 , .t TOBACCO--SMOKING--PASSIVE/TCBACCD--SMOKING--ANTI-SMOKING CA.'KPAIGN/ 76 XI Wa- , P • R1R CLASS NO. PA:~IPHLET 76 XI f•7a-7 7 ash~ng'toit+; Post A LONG BURN OVER SMOKERS' RIGHTS. `' Washington Post, 1977, p. A3 (June 28, 1977) (in English) • ,.:__. - -, {~]t" is the s nokino of tobacco, and the 13year oldl contro•.'ersy wrroundine smoking and hcallh has~ ; spawned a cotta^c indu3try of si~ns and placards,i ' several hundred thousand signatures on a multitude ~ of petitious and letters, an wa]anche of ]csislatiorn and regulatory action, and a good deal of namc.call- ~ in¢. l - --- • -----,---~--- . . . . 0, 6 0 '0 n n 0 2 4 * i'l 1 s.p. a ,
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~ . , . , ,...::..~~. (D1972 URIinN GeoGRAPHICS, INC. P.O. Box 131 15 WAsli., D.C. 20009 ) 331 0477 ' - 79 I Ur T~e Nef .1' ~ 'i:;•~ u,?~~I ~: _ ~A~ ~i~c~~~0~~~ r r q - V~ T. a+ - Indlspensable lor both visitors and area residents Simple to use...Fits in pocket or glove box Containing: Waps of the entire metropolitan area, showing • onc-way streets and truck routes ........................ 1 trl3eltway exits and bridges ........................ next page ?iD.C. Street Index ....................................... 89 aryland Suburban ................................. 97 Vlrginia Suburban ................................. 120 I•Annotated listings of metropolitan points of interest, including government buildings, museums, landmarks, recreational facilities, embassies, etc ................... 132 $rSclcctcd catalogues: -Rcstaurants ........................................ 137 -Hotels and Motels ...........................,,,.,.136 -Theaters ........................................... 132 -Department Stores and Shopping Centers............ 133 ° -All-night Drug Stores ............................... 135 o -~'osQ)tal~ ................. ....................... 135 ~~ n n n ro ~. _ ' -24-hour Auto Ser%icc ............................... 135 ~~r. _Atf L„vn't t
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50331 0479 n n ('.'- -!• ~ ~ • .. . -' . 1 Washi.nlgton, D.C.-Libraries--Directories. 1 ~ ! ~ 3 ~ ~ z U U. S. Library of Congress. Loan Division. . Librarvand reference facilities in tlte area of the District of Columbiz. 4th ed. tlti'ttsliinbtonj 1952. tiii, 153 p. 2G cm. Cover title. First ed. published In 19,13 by the Legislative Reference Sercice. 1. Washington, D. C.-Libraries--llirect. 2. Libraries, Govenn- mental, ndinintstrative, etc.-llirect. i. U. S. Library of Congress. Legislative Heference Service. Library and reference facilities in the area of the District of Columbia. ii. Title. %73?.DG2UG3 ] J52 027.0753 52-60010 I,ibrary of Coiiarcc<s t5::I,101 9
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50331 0487 • TOBACCO-TAX--GREAT BRITAIN/ 72 XI Re -77 ~" 2 RJR CLASS N0. P.'t1•iPHLET 7(Q,1 ~.~ 'J S.P, Washington Post" ~ s ~ BRITAIN'S BATTLE OF T}}E BUTT. Washington Post, 1977, p. A17 (!•;ay 31, 1977) (in Engll.sh) s { •,it.is rare for politicians to I ; adcocatc hi;,her t3xcs. Eut a bih:,rtisan Eritislt parliamentary ccnimittee re-' ~'cently c!id p::cisely that in rrorosiro an increase in the tax on ci;a:-~ttes, twhich are already more cxpens;% c h°re { than a;most ar.}H~hcrc clsc in th^_ con tined to tc32cco shors._/•_ -! world. - - . •' The cor :m.ittee recomrr•er.ded, r^orc- ovcr, that l3c taxbe incr: azed annw!ly :o tL•at cil"arettes eVe1tcal!}• bocor.ie as c,)stly as cav:ar. .1r,l it a1_o su;;'sted, amono other i!eas •for d~co~: ~ ng smo:cing, tbat cigarclt^_ ad:crt_sino be 9
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50331 0492 ~ 1 . . 1 DIRECTORIES/GOVERNMENT--LOCAL,s STATF. & NATIONAL/ASSOCIATInNS/ FREEDOM OF nFORAtATION ACT#VTP,R"dAL REVENUE SF,Rf'ICL FREF.nO`1 OF INFOR`tATION/ FREEDOM OF INFOR_"tATION ACT OFFICES/U. S. GOVP:RNMENT--DIRECTORIPS/ INFORMATION SOURCES--U. S. GOVERNN'fTsNT/DATA RASES/ HOW TO FIND INFORMATION ABOUT COMPANIES REF Q by 144 Wa 1979 Wash.ington. _Researchers; EDITOR Donna M. Jablonski EDITORIAL RESEARCH . Peter G. DiChellis . Janice Martz Lucy Norman Scott McGehee Q ~ ~~ n 0 0 2 4 0 S
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6 6~ Z 0 0 u 0 U(9 '",: I~ ~~ 6 nct: c.:l wp7Tr:j liem UO:F-I;i GUiJ p3[MO}/ ?L5T :A9 pallpj In1 ~ ZD ~- /~. ~ f~'3 / _ _ _ ., ., I ' : 0 `z' ,. .. 9060 tEEOS ~ Waft ^,*L*ftSeft - ; ~~. ` ? hw ~ sale Ub ~~~~(! y I ,"
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50331 0470 0 FLI 15 '~.~ ~ ~ August, 1978] eut.t,tsrtrv OF 7718 CIIEMICAr, SOCIETY or JArnv, vot.. 51 (tl), 2215-2721-FI'.ti Potential of IIydroclrbons for Pl>iotocllemical Conversion of NO to NO;, VI Re -79 S.P.9 Gcn Itloue, Hajirnc AKtt,ioro, and Michio Or:uoA Tht National Inslilcdc for L'ntdronulrnlal Studies, 1'.O. 3alabt, %'sukuba, IGaraki 300-21 (Kcccivcd January 31, 1978) rb- 'The factor F, thc number of NO molecules which arc convcrtcd photochcniically into NO, wLc•n one hycl carbon molecule is consumed, was detcrmincd for foultrcn diffcrcnt h.•droc::rl~ons in thC pllotochcmlcal oxidation process. P~cperiments were carried out in a G7 dm3 1'yrex reaction chamber in which a mixtur(, of hydrocarbon, NO, H,O, and air was irradiated by a xcnon short arc lamp. In the range frrnrl low to midcllc conversion, h}~clro- carbons and NO dccaycd nearly cxponcntially. NO being converted into NOt. The ob~cn•cd value of F was approximately two for most of the hydrocarbons studied. The value is in ]ii:e with the long chain rnecllanism involving 011 radicals predicted by Hcicklcn el al. Only m-xylcnc gave a larger /%.•a1uc. Reaction sequences of thc long chain mechanism caused by OH radicals ~+~crc discussed, agcncralizcd kinetic model for the chain meehanism being proposed. 'I'his will be useful for the atmospheric modcling of photochemical smo~. When miYtures of hydrocarbons and nitrogcn oxides (NO and NOz) in air arc irradiated with ultraviolet radiation, NO is converted into NOs as hydrocarbons are consumed.'--) After the •conccntration of NOz passes through a maximum, O;t and other oxidants such 2215 y a I'ytcx window 20 mtn thick. The light source was a 500 %Y xcnon short arc lamp and a parallcl light Lcam of 200 mm 9 was obtained with an elliptic mirror, a 1cns, and an o(Taxis parabolic mirror. The effective li~ilt intensity for the primary ~ photo-decomposition rate of NO, was 0.03 rnin-1. I. s, e Q;~ n Q n r) 0 2 ;i :: ;~ I
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50331 0465 RB 41 wa . 1973 cdittd by ROGER•L'1rARWICK PETER L. WILLIAMS . B.Sc, Ph.D., M.D. D.Sc., Di.A., M.B., B.Chir. Professors of Anatomy ~ Guy's Hospital Medical School, L'niVcrsity of London With dit Auutante of ovr Drpartrunta! Colleagoet: I I t ANATOPiY; IIU`iA'7I A _ ~A 11.t%'~1T 0 - .L~J.~TATDIH1LT 35th British edition ltichsrd E. M. htoore, D.Fj., \Llf.:1..k, F.RS.A.-lllustratlont I.awTemz H. Banninter, B.Sc., Ph.D.-Cjtology $usan \t. Standring. B.Sc., Ph.D -Bi6lioqraphy C. Lowell Recs, M.8., B.S.-lndex Jef(reyW.Osborn, B.D.S.. Ph.D., F.D.S.R.C.S.-DrntalAnatomy W. S. SAUVDERS COMPAVY PNILAULLPt11A 1f7) j- t bY!1T Y c. :) n n ,n r 1 o 7- 3 7 ri
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-- .`''fCL"1:C(tS==SAiOF:ItiC`CrIi~L0~1% ~.°..,. , •..`... .. ..- r~ . .•..... -.".-.. _50331 0460 RJR CLASS NO. PAMF'IILET 74 X Mu Munzin?, I . *01o aff il.)* WHY PEOPLE S?;UKE •1 y.< f. ' afT I:olonisc:ce Rundschau 1974 ("Io. 130) 14 (June 7, 1974) (in German) ABSTI~aCT: A newspaper review of known theories on smoking motivation, mention- ing suct-h factors as breastfeeding, ceremonial vanipular.ion, female independence, fire worship, and othcrs. The following psychologists, etc., are mentioned: PAUL COUDRAY of France, LOTHAI: b:NAAK of Switzerland; H. J. EYSENCK of London. *1574, No. 15, W 6346* *d* Tobacco r..edicine: _..- :•.... --•w..-... .T...-..' :3 7:~ • ~
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50331 0494 I T01jacco ._ EcO-7.to>21•-c"S / RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET XI Col-76 ng"t'~d`~'~~~"~ : / AN EASY TARGET FOR NEW TAXES. . ~ - Washington Star 1976, p. not given (Jan. 27, 1976) (in English) Keywords:* tobacco. t (!
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50331 0490 TOBACCO--ECONOMICS/ 76 XI Wa-79 S.P.- :'~' s s d __.._. . .. , . , : ,... ,._.,. RJR CLASS N0. PAl•iPHLET 76 XI Wa-79 s.p. '1`t)BACCO CO?iPANIES •FIGHT BACK. Washington Post, 1979 p. K-1 (Nov. 5, 1978) (in English) t d marl;e in a st~tic market; to- ~ Pltchc•ing camp~igns. The pri= ~ Left standin g j , bacco companies are likely to b~~come ; even more eager to draw customers away from one another. They alre-idy ; bave begun gearirg for tough, hiE.h- mary battlefield is sure to bv the lo- ~ wer-t.1r brands, v.hich have bcc-n pro- ~ liferating In variety and sales as more t.raditional hibher-Lir brznds have lc.:, more _ground.. J__~__-___ ~~ . a
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50331 0474 ,.=a+.e..~...~...r~-..~....a:,..~,_~..,-- -_•_.^-_..............~ .-...,,~-,....1_,.-..:.,.- -- .. --........r-..._..- 73 I Nal and wheres for the mGn or woman with business in the nation's capital THE E}:F.CGTIVE'S G.;IDE T0; )f'},~ Nati.oAs Business / AuSust-1973 -. A handy digest of vYh os, whats the busincssm?n, Washir.5ton can be both a delight ' a dilemrna. ,e will find that hundreds of oovernrner,t officials availabte to listern to his needs-if they just know s; corning and if he kno,.s just where to find them. ;e wi!l find tons of information available on just ~ut every subject-it he just knows v:hat he wants i where to go to get it. dobabty no other major c4pitat of the v:orld is so n to i!s ci:iz:.•ns as W:shington, the seat of the :rat governmc•nt. :'s so open th~t you can walk yourself bone tired ,uph nti;vs of corrdors in Govcmment lruildin-.p. '}•ou d:, it in va in, itnot prep::redt tndepandence Ave. S.W. if you want to see someon e in the Office of Cduca:ion. That's at 400 Maryland Ave. S. W. And if you're interested in sonie busine:.s statistics you know the Census Bureau, a part ;,f the Commerce Dopartrrrer,;, has been gathering, don't go to the De- partment or: F'ourteenth St. between E St. and Consti- tution Av+.. N.1'/. It'S toc::tec! in Suilland. Md.. ebout two miles southeast of the District of Co!umbia, and is a branch of the Departmcnt's new :>ocial ar.d Economics . Statis~i^.z; f,dmir;istration. Thcre a!r, dozens of guide5aoks about w'ashington. They ran,,~ frorn pamp`aets to beuutiful picture books worcr t1r'in :•."'o feet tall. .,jh~y; c~ r:~o v~it,r-,inor.~ mmnu~ts ;bout how your S ti ^/ : a
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50331 0493 LIBRARIES, GOVERNPENTAL/ U. S. GOVERNMENT---HIRECTORIES/INFORWATIOPI SOURCES--U. S. GOVER2IFENT/ ADDRFSSES/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF ACRICULTURE--SERVICES/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF CO`MRCE/ U. S. DEPART*tENT = COM'~tERCE INFORMATION CENTER/U. S. DEPT. DEFENSE,--SERVICES/ U.' S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY--SERVICES/U. S. DEPART*iF.NT HEALTH, EDUCATION, b;:ELFARE, SERVICES/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF JUST'ICE/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABORt (~ U. S. DEPT. OF STATE/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF TRA!VSDORTATION/ U: S: DEPT. OF TREASURY/ ~_ WASHlNGTON INFORNiATiON WORKBOOK EDITORIAL RESEARCH ' 14-1- p}/ dirginia Y. Antevil Peter G. DiChelli: wa 1979' Lucy Norman VY,asbl:(t g.t-Qri,~R,i3s ea rc h e_rsI • EDITOR Margaret S. Jennings h 0 t~ 0 0 6 0 ?_ 4 0 I
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50331 0485 LIBRARIES, GOVERNMENTAL/ U. S. GOVF.Rb'MENT--BIRECTORIES/INFOkMATION SOURCES--U. S. GOVERNMENT/ ADDRESSES/U. S. DEPART*tE'VT OF AGRICULTURE--SERVICES/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF CO1L`iF:RCE/ U. S. DEPARMNT _ COt•DIERCE INFORMATION CENTER/U. S. DEPT. DEFEr:IE,--SERVICF,S/ ` ~ DEPART"iF.:JT HE ALTH EDUCATIO'V & T.4ELFARE Y--SERVICES/U. S DEPART`='VT OF ENER(' U ' S , , • , . . . . SERVICES/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF JUStTTCE/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABORt ~~ U. S. DEPT. OF STATE/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF TRA'.VSDORTATION/ U; S; DEPT. OF TR.L.SURY/ L VIIASHif\lGTONTINFORMATiON WORKBOOK: REF Q 141• Wa 1979 EDITORIAL RESEARCH by Jirginia Y. Antevil Peter G. DiChelli: Washington Researchers Lucy Norman I EDITOR Margaret S. Jennings 0 6 (: 0 ft o u 2:~ ~~
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iOIir1CC0--A`iALI'TYCAT. 1iE'fiIODS/TOB/1CC0--LIPTLS--11ET1:RMIIvAT-T-Qir/ i0">ACCO--CON9ST't'!'UE:i'fS/ RJR CLASS No. Pt.MPHLEF 74 VZ GJa Kt`; Hendrix, J. W. (L'niv. Ky., Dep. Plant Pathol., Lexington, Ky., U. S.) LIPID CONTE :'T OF CUM1:D TOBACCO. : Can. Jour. Bot. 52 (No. 5) 1123-26 (1974) (in English) *Keyuords:* lipid, cured, ccnstituent. *1974, No. 17, W 1060* *d* Tobacco chemistry: 77 -•---..-~~---v-.-:--7---r-: .....a~s.~..ar-v.w.- -~•~• . _ .. .a: a. . - . ~ - t_ J)7t. i 50331 0500
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50331 0503 TOBACCO---mnISTURE --DETER`tINATION/ VI Ta3-80 S.P. ~ v RJR CLASS NO. PA"4'HLET VI Ta3 80 Flesselles, J. (S.E.I.T.A., Paris, France) DETERI•fINATION OF WATER IN TOitACCO V1JTIi CYCLOHI:XANE (CORI:STA STL'DY). <(Dis:- WAss~~es~tippung,_1m Tabak,, n~ttels y Cy,clohexan (CORESTA-RinBa Tabak I:olloquium, 21st, I:erlin (June 11-16, 1979) - in German. Abstr. in: Tabak Kolloquium, 1979, p. 4 Kurzprotokoll. *KeyWords:* moisture, cured, constituent;
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50331 0502 TD 380 Ba ~. ~~ rian~r ''l:r -hai~~-i-cfiP uiid i l~.r~trielle ~L e^yP. I3ahlsen, Iians, 1901- Das Wasser: 13etrachtunben uber seine Verwendun; fiir hausliche und industricllo Zwecke. Rlunchen, R. Olden- bourg,1J52 ji. e. 1951] 143 p. Illus. 25 cm. 1.1Vater. TD380.R17 Library of Congress III 52-41013 j . .- _.-~- _. ,~... --r^- `.
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J331 0461 2-00D--1::hi,S'Ifi1 AND TNADt;/ XX 1leF-Y-960-74 PROFITABILITY 071iF,V FINANCIAL UPI;I",TI:IG RA'C70c BY I'IR,?! SIZE IN TlII: FOOD PROCI:SSI1;(; I11llUSTRY. By 11. Sf1T'il: Gr i;I~ I•IASlI,I,P:GT0:1 A(:RICUUTURAL kXPia;I21Cl;i STATION BL7.Ll;TI.: 778: . Published"by: WASHINGTON AGFICULTURAL I;!a'IiRI1-1I:;;T STATION, COLLE(-,I: OF AGRICULTURE, WAS11ItdGTO:. STATE h;:IVEI;SITY July, 1973 o /) ri :) a D 6 2
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50331 0491 LOBBYISTS/ ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS/TOBACCO INDUSTRY/ t WASHINGTON. -. REPRESENTATIVES .1981 FIFTH ANNUAL EDITION Arthur C. Close-Ediior Ctaig Colgate, Jr.-Associate Editor Who Does What For Whom In The Nation's Capital A eoinpdaon o1 Washinpon representatives o[ the major natiasal iwciaions, bbor u}ioo~: ia.nd U.S. comp.nia, rcgisttred Iorcipi a~cnts , lobbyists, rM~r{, law M 6fQlf a iPMi~1 init7lft jfoYPf, together with their Chtntf and atCat • ~ ~ ~s^.:°!~'~ a.~'u r.Yuiaory tonttfn. COLUMBIA BOOKS. DVC., PUBLISFIFRS 77) INh St.. N.W.. Washington. D. C. 20005 (202) 737-3777 .--tr.-.e:~......+, t3 r 1 tl ?~~~! ~ 6 r,
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50331 0473 SOCIrTT15S, 'ri:CIiNICAL/U.S. LI.OUSTj:Y/TOt,ACCO L2:OtiSTR`'/P..J. REYNOLDS TNliZ:STF,Ir:S, ~ RQF Directory o_ 1977 , 144 -,,rcsent" tiVes 1~~7 ~ ashjngtorl Fsep : j ° '~ ~,/'~C,;v~..~~~ '~ ~ C~~.~~~~~,~ 'T.,InduJtry of Ar~~~,~ zcan ~ ~ _ Who Does What For Whom In The Nation's Capital f A compilation of Washington rcprescntativcs of the major national associations, labor unions and U.S. companies, registered foreign agents (nation-wide), lob'.:yists, lawyers, law firtns and special interest groups, together with thcir clients and arcas of legislative and reeulatorY concern. Craig Colgate, 3r: -E;9itor Halvor O. Ekern-Assistant Fdi:or CGI UMi3IA BOOKS, INC., PUBLISHERS (? (l fl 114 If !yash:ngton, D. C. 20005 ' ~ " 0 (202) 373777 7-
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( 50331 0516 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QD 476 Wi 1982 Trahanovsky,W.S. (ed.); ed.); OXIDATION IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. PART D. Organic Chenistry, A Series of Monographs. Vol. 5, Acadenic Press.New York, NY.82.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 4389 - 0b0 0n0024 29
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: 50331 0495 : z _ 699 Ri 3.9 7 2 : ' • I UTC`L1T1 5 0 • -~• h C T0 GE 1 2 E y L t DOCTOR OF FEILG:7?iIT F;hSBI! CION STATE F=*i\'EiSI2Y •. Departc:ent of Coap.:eF- Scicocc . 1972 • •a . . ~ . ~1aiVPrc.Ya.l~r.tn!:~..c A. Y«,`nYr nn•~n,:t nv. /iqn Ar}v~A j1kl''h ?C7?II INC::\T\;, AND S+rASHIti(.-i•0'v STATE U;ZIVERSITY--CISSERTATM.`iS SEE DISSF.RTATIOtiS--WASHIKGTON~STAi.E UVIVERSI'1`Y/ ~ _ DISSERTATIONS---h'i\Sil7`UQNL INF'OR'NATION STOIAGE AND RETF.IEVAL SYSTEMS--COI~L~W&j2 r,D/, COi3pi;TGRS--INFO~;'.:fAT70I+i SCIENCE/• - . ' - E . ' . 1 • RICti.'4127. Jon Todd. 1941- . , -D t.~L A TECfC7I~UES F0.% 1.lSRGE Oa-LIhE ABSTRACT COi.r CTIO"7S. ka_shington State Univei-;itY, Fh.D., 1972 '' Inforcation Services, inforration ttorage and retrieval systems , A thesis subnitted in partial fulfillncnt of the Tcqvitc0cnts for the crgrcc of ~) i) 0 n ( ) f ) 0 9. Z' r, A
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50331 0514 - RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QD 476 Wi 4973 Trahanovsky,W.S. (ed.); BloMquist,A.T. (ed.); (ed.); OXIDATION IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. PART. B. Organic CheMistry, A Series of Monographs,Vol. 5. Acaderoic Press.New York, NY.73.(IN : ENC.) I SN = 4469 U 6 0 0 n 0 t) 2
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so331 0515 - R JR CLASS Nq. TEXTBOOK QD 476 Wi-1978 Trahanoysky,W.S. (ed.); OXIDATION IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. PART C. Organic CheMistry, A Series of ilonographs,Vo1. 5. AcadeMic Press.New York, NY.78.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 4477 U li fl n r1 n 0 2 4 2 9
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50331 0509 ISOME QD 305 Ga 1981 -.._.....~._._ _ ~ IZATION/ HYDROCARBON ~l H ER MAL fSOMERIZATIONS 0 This Is Volume 5 o[ ORGANIC CHEMISTRY A feries o( monognPM Editor:-' ....LM 4,Y JOSEPH J. GAJEWSKI DrpaOMtnf ojCkemistry . hdiawu Unfrertifj efoonanstow, Indian. i"i :) i) n !'! 0 i! 2 4 ACADEMIC PRESS •A SrMp" w/ If.rco.n lr.cv lo..rrirh. lriii+Arn ` Ne..`York Loodoa Toronto Sydney San Fraochco
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50331 0506 RJR TRANSLATION TOBACCO--SMOKE--SIDESTREAM/TOBACCO--MOISTURE/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--MOISTURE/ RJR CLASS NO. TRANSIATION Neurath, G.; Ehmke, H.; Schneemann, H. (H. F., Ph. F. Reemtsma, Hamburg, Ger.) THE WATER CONTENT IN THE lSAIN SMOKESTREAM AND THE SIDE SMOKESTREAM. *(Uber.den Wassergehalt von Haupt- und Nebenstromrauch.)* Beitr. Tabakforach. 3, No. 5, 351-57 (1966) (in German - complete English translation available) *Reywords:*. water, smoke, constituent._ The present paper gives a balance of total water (comprising moisture content of tobacco as well as water of combustion) in the smoking of a plain ciga;ette without filter under standard conditions.... ...__ .. _- --. • ~ . ~~,-w.n_ -.r,_ .~. : _ ~ a;, n nn tl a 2 4 I y
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50331 0512 .. ~ . .IL e HErEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS--NITROGEN CONTAINING ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS, VOL. 34 Editors: Alfred 'E. /B,,lomquist . and Harry H. l[dasserman 401 ~ QD The Chemisiry Jo, 1977 ~ R. ALAN JONES School of Chemical Sciences Ut 'cersitp of East Anglia Aloriti•ich, Englnnd aud GERRITT P. BEAN ACADEMIC PRESS London • New York • San Francisco of Suq%idiA)!v uj'~Jlra•conrt Brace Jot~unotich, PuLlishcrs - 19„ of/yrro1es F
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50331 0504 76 ! . 4 VI Ta3- TOBACCO--1`.OISTURE--DETER.*RNATIO`.T/ RJR CLASS .70. PAriPI1LET VI Ta3-76 Smit, N. (Turmac Tobacco Co. BV, Zevenaar, Netherlands) DETEFufINATION OF itOISTURE IN TORACCO I3Y THE 1)ISTILLATIO,I 111;T110D '.ITH Tf]:T1IYLCYCLOII E7~A.*IE . *(l%mve.rbestimmtsnl,*'ft-nib,'.k;ft'7fi*sti`1fn tivnsrtatfi~~e~ t'*lcthylcyeloh-n•:nti Tabak l:olloquim, 13th, paper, 15 p., Neucliatel, Switz. (tiny 1976) (in German) - Previou, Reference - abstract only - complete Cerman original avr,ilable now. -tKcywords:* Moisture, cured, constituent. t -- The distillation method with methylcyclohexane offcrs certain ~ ~ 4 advnntaFes over the distillation method with cyclohexane: shorter dintillatinn tine ~: ~ +less intcnsive boiling, smaller rise of vapor in the condenser, clie.iper and more +euitable, }a gher (better) results and produces the same results ns the cyclol•e:cane 4. kmcthod in the extrapolation of the_tinc-a.nount-amount of water curvc ? Z-0. i; , . ~. i -__ -- - -- - - - - ---- __ - - - - • ----- - -- - - --- -- - --- - ----- , : ;; n fl 1) 0 ?. 4 ~ 1
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U.S.D£}AR':TIF`ii OF T:+E AR.`-tY/U.S.I;LI':tRT"2::T OF TIiE NAVY/U.S.Fii.?ARTFX!:T OF THE A2R FO}:Cti/ U-S.DEPAaTILr'r OF Jt?S;ICE!U.S.GEYAkTTt=.b'T Oi TF I`IT^P.IOR/L1.S.D'Pp.P,T!ff.NT OF T-VA.NEPOb:Tt,TSO.V/ U.S.DLP!l?:"!'IL1T CF P.GF:I(:ULTURE/U.S.llEPAFiTHENT Or' CO`tMFRCE/U.S.rEPART!tE^1T C~G'.'AS:IIf.G TO:?,LAIiUa/ U.S.DEPARTFCz~:I OF RF.AL'Cil, EDUCATION, P~ID tr'ELFAT.F.IDISTRICT t•>' COLL~IA SEI:,,G'.'AS:IIf.G T O :? ,S:IIf.GTO:?, D.C., U.S.DEPARTNE`TI' OF HOUSING AND URBA.Y DEVELOPIfENT/It7TERyATIOaA.L OP.GANIZATIO`;S/V.S.PRESS/ EUROPEIll ORG:SIZ.ATIO:IS/IP.VITED NATIONS ORGA.NIZATIOVS/I2'TER-A:?£RICAN ORGA.tiIZATIONS/ "JOINT ORGA::IZAT:0;7S"/ORGANIZATION OF tXERICAN STATES/FA!J-A."..ERICAA' ORGANIZATIO'+S/ a { YOREIGN DIPLCRtfiT.IC REPPWSENTATIVES AND FOREIGN' CONSULAR OFFICES/CO%GRF.SSIO.`iAL DISTRICTS/ U.S.DIPLOvA1?C AND CONSULAR OFFICES/U.S.OFFICE OF HA.'~AGEMF::T AND BUDGET/TELEVISION. i 1 U:S.COUt:CIL OF EC0::0'[IC ADVISORS/U.S.NATIONAL SECURITY COL:7CIL/U.S.DO"tESTIC COGR;CIL/ U.S.CENTRAL LNTELL?GENCE AGENCY/U.S.OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPO?TUNITT/NEtvSPAPEPS/EM}tP.SSIES/ U.S.OFTICE OF THE SPECIAL P.EPRESENTATiVE FOR TE<ADE NEGOTIATIa'.dS/U.S.FEDERAL ENERGY Gl'FIC.°./ U,S.FPDERAL PROPERTY CCU*JCIL/U.S.COMICIL ON ECONOMIC POLICYIi1.S.COUNCIt. ON ECONO:fIC YOLICY, '. U.S.COUNCIL ON ENVIF,O::,"INTAL QUALITY/U.S.OFFICE OF TELECOt•Qf1:_.ICATIONS POLICY/ U.S.COLR:CIL ON INTERNATIO:IAL ECONOMIC POLICY/U.S.OFFICE OF CONSUMER AFFI:IRS/ { U.S.SPECIAL ACTION OFFICE FOR DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION/U.S.CONGRESS--DIRECTOP.IES/ DIRECTORIES-U.S. CONGRFSS/(,1ASgINGTON, D.C. see also DISTRICT OF COLUH3IA/ +~- U.S. CONGRESS,.93rd, 2nd Session. 4F 19 74. OFFICAL 144 Un i ; 1974 i Congressiona ~ . i , - f~AYrtER MENT~q1NTING OF1lCE ~~~ ~r.- e. C-~~~-~, 93rd Con~ress M/~SMINGTON : 197{ ~ ...i~i..l..~~....-.. V /E11.~/ • ~' ~ - - Convened January 21. 1974 - 2nd Ses~lon - 1~--~ ' ClosinE Qate for comDUinE Directory m.t..isl D.o.rnD.r 22. 1973 50331 0482
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50331 0519 ORGANIC CIIEIfISTRY, A SZRIES OF MONOGRAPHS, VOL. QP 801 Cr 1977 r Prostaglandin Researcia EDITED BY Pierre Crabbe Laboratoire de Chimie Organique L/nivertW Scientifique et MEdicale CE.R.M.O. Grenoble, France ACADEMIC PRESS New York 36 Editors: Alfred T: Blomquist! amd aarry H. Wassermad i San Francisco A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Publishers London 1977 G 6 n n
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CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC-- ORBITAL SYMMETRY/ ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS, VOL. 43 = editor: RD THERMAL Karry 1~. JWasserman/ 476 1980 ELECTROCYCLIC REACTIONS 1980 Elliot N. Marvell Uep.vtrnt•nf ol (ht••nr.ln Orr4un statc l'n ~er>rt~ Con•ano• Oregon ACADEMIC PRESS A Substdrjn tN Hdn,nu'1 b'J, r h•.dnon -i ~ Puh; •hr• )url, (ondw^ 7ivu";,. mdnr, ?dn lrjn• I 0 ;,
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50331 0522 OXIDATIOV/ARMtATIC CO~iPO(NDS/POLY*tERS & POLY`tERIZATI0N--DEGRJUATI0;1/ HYDROCAP.BONS--OXIDATI0;1/ v&GAhIC CHE'IISTRY, A SERIES f1F `t0`' .GRApHS, vnLU'4E 40 Series editor: QD 281 Wa 1979 Itar It 1J . ry asserr - - _ , G L ,,.~ „~ '~ i ~ I w E „ , 1~a.RRY.. N;'_1NASSERMAN'~s Department of Chcmistry Yale University New Havcn, Connecticut ROBERT W. MURRAY Department of Chemistry University of Missouri-St. Louis St. Louis, Missouri . ACADEMIC PRESS New Yori: San Francisco London 1979 A Subsidiary of llarcourt Brace lovanovich, Publishers t~ F~ t~ 0 tt 0 0 9. 4 7r)
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50331 0523 /SULFUR COMPOL?IDS/ SYNTHESIS, ORGANIC/ /Ri•:N:P.ANGEM:3NTS(CNEr:ISTRY) / CARBONYL CO'SPOi1NDS/ QD 305 Tr 1975 Su fur ^ Y-lides .04 Emergin~ Synthetic Intenncdiates Barry M. Trost Lawrence S. Mel vin, Jr. Unimnity or Wiswnsia Madison, Wixonsio AeademicTress xr.Yerk sanRand.cu L,eaon IryJs A Sr6Nd'ar~.JNer<wsr 6..n /na roerr.5, hAtubni Th4 is Yolume 31 of CP.GANIC C'iF.S11STRY `f1 ser'r.s o( meoographs Fditon: AL}-RGD T. BLOMQUIST and HAkRY H. WASSERMAN„
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50331 OS18 #OLYVINYL CHLORIDE/. ._ /ACRYLIC ACID. POLYHERIZATION/ ~OLYVINYL ETIIERS/RESINS, SYNTHETIC/ . ORGANIC CHE?IISTRY, A SERIES OF ?pNOGRAPHS, VOL. 29, Editors: Alfred T. Blomquist I htHaS. . 2~ ~ POLYEE& NSY3Th" . . 19" ~ Volume If , . WOIf KarO Stanley R. Sandler !lHNMALT CORPORATlOM ROM Of MVliIA. MNNSYlVAM1A r~prTwlGOOt. vwuEr. PtpNSrtvM$1A ACADEMIC PRESS New Yoric San Francisco London 1977 A SAii.rr of Hwrorif Brne Jo„rnvticM. IrMthess I -.c ,._ . . ., o 6.n 0 n 0 0 2•4 3 1. , .
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50331 0510 QD 400 Pl. 1973 or.CnINUC C11LifISTl:1, A S1°.RI1:S OF ,to~o;:IthP1iS, 1;0. 27, EDITOnS ~ ALFIi[D T. [3LO-MQUIST a4ARNY UrASvF.RhaAN - - n ~ n c ~~ r e-, ~ H. C. VAN DER PLAS LandboUwhogeSChool, Vlrageningen The Nerherlanr:s 1973 ACADEMIC PRESS London and New York - ~ A Subsidiary of Narcourr 6race Jovanovich, Publishcrs U;; R[1 r' 1, Vol. rI. Volurnc 2 9
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50331 0529 ~ 678 sWasiserman; Pau1-~(Jt. Auth.or)' ~ Bu - ~ PL--A / a.. :7+':7 li 1 fl ~ -C. University of Maryland College Park, Md. u 6 •n fl n .: i!
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50331 0u67 • ' 904 XTILE RLSEAAC]I Ta:J N r. ; Ori.er.tation-Disorientat;on F.ffects in Tensioned, h'~ercerized Cettorn. • The Pretreatment of Yarns for Wasfi-Wear Fab.ics of , High Strength and :i?u.*rr'uility . . ~.. ~ . .'. . A. L. AivRrlty, :%L F. AfARc.lvlo, A,D C.M . \VELtH Souflrcrn kegional Rcscarcb Ccnlcrr, Nr.u Orkant, Louuiar.a, 70179, II. S. A. ,. ' . , ABS'I'RACT Slack mercer•vation of cotton, with restretching to.-ar:ous degrees in the mercerizing alkali, was comr: rcd to merccriza- tion at constant, pnselceted lengths as a method of )arn pretreatment. Fabrics wcrc woven of thcsc p:etreated 7•pl;• yuns and were crosslinked with })MEU to a wrinkle recovery of 270'-2•RU° (14 -{- F). In certain cases little or no locs of strength occuncd during I1I' finishing, and the )•atn-metcerized fab: ics possessed .r,re2trr strcn;,th af ttr cre.sfinkit ~ t}:an ord'u,ary fabric not crotslinkcd at all. lfor:over, after 20 iaundcria;s sevcral of the expcrirncnta: wash•,•:ear fabr•'cs equallcd iu strength tNe unmcrrerizcd, uncrosslinked, anlaundercd fabrics prcl>ared : s controls. X-ray o:ie<,tation, yarn strength, and elongation, as well as the dcurce of stretching durinh yarn pretreatmcnt, were correlated Hith yarn and lsbric strength atur erosslinking and after fabric launderin;. In yarn sl.d;-mercerized arid restretche•d to 911,-o of normal length, t,oth the strength and the elongation after crosslinkinl; equalted the values for unmerceri~cd yar-n bcfore cross- linlina. 7 he same tUe_t occurred in fabrics %+-oven ftom thc,~e +•arns. Evidcnce is presented that durn; ins of snTlled ~~~~~ and sbtun0Vt ce losa;emfiip inrtuerrrI:edvS'ottdf~'~fi1,c~ eti•Y~ aftll tcnsion ha> i,ccn-apuliea to oricnt rhr cn,r u
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50331 0499 73 XV Re-78 S.p. Changes in Soluble & Protcin Nitrogen in I:clation to Floral Induction & Inltibition in Salvia occidcnialis S. C. GtrnnanVn,t1UJ7J2VKM~4c T. C. i'o!:nRinvt Division of 1'lant Phy;iotot,y, Indian Agricultur7l Rcscarclt Institutc, Ncw Dclhi 110 012 Afanuscript rrceired 5 Alny 1977; rcvised maiiuscript rcceired 2 1)cccmGer 1977 Metabolic chanTcs ~scre studicd in shoot apex plus 2 or 3 uppermost unfuldcd leaf pairs durin., flural induction and luLibi- lion In S. occrrA•nralis a quatit:unc short day plant rcqnuing; rnorc than 10 short day uc[cs for induction to occur. During Induction, thc propurtion of total urganic nitro,;cn incrcascd markedly %ith incrcasin~, uumbcr of short day cxposurc. 7his IncrcasC isac r%idrN in ihn ..:........ _ t SHORT COMMUNICATIONS light (natural days supplemcntcd witlt low intensity lifht) wcre subjected to 2 diifcrcnt pltotopcriodic treatments, unintcrrurte;i SD's and intcrruptcd Sl)'s. In the unintcrruptc,l series plants wcrc Fi.cn cither 0, 5, 10 or 15 SD's of 8 hr of natural light and lG hr of darkness •tt + 25`C. In the intcrruhtcri scrics plants rcccived~ 2 days of continuous light (CL) after receiving 0, 5, 10 or 15 SD's. Immediately after receiving the trcatmcnts, youn- top 1-2 unfulclcd lcavcs plus the apex Nccrc wcigltcd accuratcly to mal.c 2 g of the tnatcrial. Protcin-N and solub(e-N vccrc eSllnl;ited using methods adopted by Thimann and Laloraya"-. The matcrial was ground in prc-coolcd mortar with 10 ml of cold TC/1 at •i'C to hrccipitatc the nrofein. Thr rrn.io ...-.•..•,-finn wnc rrnl ~. . 7-41 i?. ~. . 11
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5(1331 0498 0 1 . Tv. RC 'ri7 S.P. 7 P.r,r/rn.rl.rml r1L,tw S~i!/r, l r, , u 5 C"ti. J 1'cricytual .rnd-~G rrrr S{ ills 1'1"'I IhlM(:f)tAT(: CARBON MONOXIDE JSTIMAT1:S AN[) ~ N•. Srar•-Itl:['O1cTr:u SMOI:INc;) ~ A. JAMES FIX•, DAVID M. UAUGHTUN, IR1'IVG KASS,'C WILI.IAJf BCLL Rrgion,rl C/icit CcrNcr Uait•crlity u/ Nrtirad,t CulJcA~c r,/ Alydiiiuc• . -~ALAN WASS iLncriran l_nng ififoi i.rriu,c of Ncbr,u4.t SnqfNlJr)•; KYaUYC carbon munoxiJc (CO) is an cnsil}• unJcrsruoJ : Jangcr of ciFatcttc smukinF, new I,rcath CO analyzcrs may lic uscful in ccss.rtiun prugrarns. Self-reported eipretrc cunsumpri,>n anJ brcarh CO cu:rcl ,rcJ 'tl uSing a 90 s.t. CO-Jctcnninatiun mcthr><I. Smol.crs zs'cr.rging l' Juiiy ciG- , arcttcs ha.l a.'cr.tgr bn.,th CO of 31 p.IrrS pc•r million ( pj,m), f:liing tu 7.'1 ppm for smi,l.crs claiming at kwst 2 i-hr. abstincncc. (:+rrespr+nJing .arbk,.- yhcmoglubin tC(Hb) cstimatcs n'ctc •1.3ri!'6 (sli{htl•v ahus,e W,rrl,l ficvlrh Urganizatiun 4!'< safcty limit) inJ 1.3')Si. Smoking clinics c.rn u.c Ca)- nwnituring Jcvius for fralb.uk or sur.cillancc, airlruugh fcc•db.i(k would provide the m-)st b.•ncfits fur participanrs. Among the toxins prescnt in cigarc•ttc smoking, carlwn rnunuzirlc (CO) .:rid nicotine rnay prcacnc the greatest aiute clant;ers (1, 9). Nicutine increases the heart's oxygen rcquiremcnrs, whiie CO by combining with Itcmu,lobin tu Gsrm carlxrxyhcmcrglobin (COHb) rc.luccS thc availability of <rxy.gcn. Smokers f ha~~ br.~ ter~eisk f icr~al heart attacks than nonsmokers, and !he nicotinc-CO ~ cottSbin3d(,n, by rcductng tac threshold of vcntricular fibrillatiun, may be thc causative link
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50331 0521 : CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC/PYROLYSIS/ c This is Volume 41 of ORGANIC CHEMISTRY A series of monographs Editar: HARRYN: WASSFJtlVtAP! .. . ~ QD 281 Br 1980 Pyrolytic Methods in Organic Chemistry APPLICATION OF FLOW AND FLASH VACUUM PYROLYTIC TECHNIQUES ROGER F. C. BROWN Department of Chemistry Monash University Clayton. Victoria Australia ACADEMIC PRESS 1580 A SuDSsdiary oi Harcourt 8rac. Jc.vnor+ch. PvDnsnara London Toronto Sydney San Francisco 0 ; n 0 h C i ~l 2~y r, s4,
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50331 0528 ~ Ref. ~ Q ~ 150 Wa ~ . L?:ST 1.571 LIuP,AltY t>.:D ItirOIR.'L'iTIOa SCIFINCia t0J)4Y, kn of Reee•arch snct Invavataou, by Fnul. 'Jasscraau, Evelyn Uaui-a1 anct Loga3 1971 j Scxcaca Acasociate•nJ ~ Iate>;naCioaal, Inc. 1 397 Pages i<<P.+i York .
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50331 0517 , I . .. QD CYCLIC C0"POUNnS/CHEttISTRY, DRGANIC--REACTION MF.CHANIS?1S/ 331 Ma CARRENES/CARRANIO"IS/_ 19Pericyclic Reactions Volume I Edited by Ks is Volume 35 of ORGANIC CHEMIS ~ A scries of monographs ~ \'• f Editors: ALFRED T LO:~iQUIST and HARRY HY~YASSERDiAN E,, TRY ~ ; Alan P/Marchand Roland E./tehr Department ojChemistry University ojOklahoma Norman, Oklahoma n Ajidetmictpre.)s San Francisco London 1977 A Subsidiiry of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers I : : i f
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50331 0526 V.L Wa6 CHI::ci1)3 DES TAIIAKRAUCHE3 (Chemistry of Tobacco Sraoka) Haturwlsa. Rundsah. 17 (No. 6) 236 (1964) O -~' 0 h. - o (1 (l, Q t) 2
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f .!~ / sn .a. ~ •.. .M 3,/31 ~ r v O , /..`.( ... 11 ` r ~ '.'.o !\.1'I'[t~N ttl: r,t;~ctrrt•: .t.\.tiJa, Jt x .\.'r, .1 1L~1~::.,a+ ~tar~tt~~ ~ 1•::,.l~rn L'rl;iunal I~:•.r.,l,h L:,L(,I:ctur}', 1No f'ru:;,.lc:uli:: ~CZ(~f 11'S" i.i tlc•~ot'i'uvl f,.l• Ihr• rlc t, ;'(uilc !ii,l: ul' tLc ):I(!aa :Itai1'if} ~f rru(L• , nz\n c J.r(•t,: ralinl(:. 1it•>ull:: ar,• :,\:,i'::I Ir ir, :' Ilr. Jt•r:n ru:!lc•rinL 1•iftrrn I,rirlnlr.:' iur ria Iticm :It - tn~ uf rfiun l(tl: - • a: lilU:• :/; '' ~. !rllic• l::rl•~.r .Itlt,tr•;Ilo. 1 c(1 lut• flcr rrl; ~'!u:;tir rfiun un a Itt la; t:!a• :Irtit it\ i; t.•I:c!c (I tl, :(1' (llt• tt \Yli,rt \.i.. :,~ (tr•it•1'i(li!1,•It lr\' :ill Pll/.l:!tlr I;ar!. • 1't•tl•;1~f'tl utlcr Illr:,ti.,;c. 11 1 l. tc uiJ r.i:!turr. ;u(rt eof I(r( •.• . ttharrac• 1';•t:rfrrl iar,.r.l.. al',• ttlcr..}i / -t•rlwr \I'a. :,rl\'nut: ruu:(~ c nc;,l„\r,l irl :1 t.l,l,,iruu•%• r •Lc :(.>n3 Jtru- ,t•n(lnt•in;, ur,•:(ni•lu.; \•:hir!t rr, 1 cl ,t1;,titiL(ticr ;yr.,•ui:IJ uf l:lrta=c- 1 I Iltili•r.(• \c=i(•%- iri thr•ir n n Cf r 50331 0508
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50331 0525 ORGAN(1T,n.TALLI C C01•Tf111p7nS / SYNTti1:SIS, ORGANIC/CI?I;:^?ISTRY, ORGA"77C--SYtiT}1,7.SIG/ This k Voluine 33 of .IOi:Ci:\,:1C Clll~.%liSl,Rl' A ~crirs of niollogr:;phs Editors: ALI iZla) "I. BLOIAQUIS7' and >~~~tY,.~;;""SYASSL:[tMAN: QD 262 Al 1976 ° 1'- ~'h r\ r P =r~-.n /y~ L' '' ~:.~ ! . •~ , - t { r r °'" "`] I:oll eD NY Pc}:~r~rrcnt of Ci ~n isiry tZni.crsiiy or Olt:aNv.,, nntorio, Caivda t
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50331 0527 REWARDS(Prizcs, etc.KCANADA--DIRECTORIES/DI?tECTORIESp' I Q 141 Wa 1978 I- Rodjo and Tele;/lsion, Politics, Librarianship, Fashion, tiNfedicind,4aw, Publishing, Infcrna'ional Affairs, Transporfation, Architccture, Journalism, Motion Picturos, Music, Photocaraphy, Thoalre VOlume 1 and Performing Arts A~bfo Editor United Stafies and Canada A.n International pirectory of Awards and Their ponors , / ognizing Achieverrient In Acivertising and Public Relations, Wrt, Business, Govern~~'}o ii1, FinanceiScience, Education,'t=ngineering, LiteratureNechnology, Sports, Reiigion, Public Affairs, Gola Ros.,oarch Company JANICE McLEAN • [;ook Tawor • De! FOURTH EDITION Managinq Eclitor ~,~; . ~. ~g~ t_ ,f; `7.~`~E .~ ~ . C h o (1 r r, E) ?_ -4 In Two Voturnos .19 ~+ ia8 o I I
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50331 0505 1:1LI llIL•' t-!ASSLxGAS'.(). :'~:hT1;;?tUitiG I;i At3LnU1' DE:; ~'iSC;:rR- ~ico7 TROPS(:K-SY-wT)iFSi"s~-EItJ=Ai3SGA'~GSI'U:;KT FUR DIE `(1968) -?,V*T:?iC Ki.UN't. • V E it!dA!~ vT f.' IC` Y.02!~E Ki 1r,5 S~si:STQ:r 6._SX~;~;;~; ~,,,, DYi: A! il,!:Up I}EP. ruix DTL E:?T%•nG'sCLlM'`? VLlt"Wt.iJDTE: 1r-- Sti :'t.`.'13 :uS:'G. 3 GorVarcion Yn Tlie T:_: hac~at r.L tlte Nie<her=rronac;i Svntysein, Ei Sccri•.i-ni; Po:nt ror Tho Devc1r,pmf,_et of ftchttea 1fy •_'rocurbn•1 Sputhoois),- bp HerLert l:oihol, ard L3cno Nszmor Lrcnnatof£-0=ie t;5, U1ry. 7) 2's2-2.1~~ (1964) :,- n nr , c C; 2 4 ! r;
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50331 0520 CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--REACTION M:CHANISMS/ SULFUR COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC--RT'sACTIONS/ _This is Volume 37 of VORGANIC CHEMISTRY • A series of monographs/ Editors: ALFRED T LOMQUIST and dXIMIM MAMM?VJ.:.. ~r= • v'Reactions /organosutr lfCompounds 1978 ErZC0bOCh ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London A Subsidiapy of 1larcourt 13race Jovatiovich, Publishers Y n ~ y U n, 6 n n ^ fi ;v. -. Drpartmrnt of Chtmislry (JnitYrsity of Atiuouri-Sl. Louis St. Loui;, Atisaouri of
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50331 0497 s- TOBACCO--EN7.Y`tE ACTIVITY/ TORACCO--BIOSYNTHF.SIS/TOBACCO--1•!F.TABOLISAi/ 78 VI Wa ' RJRTCLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 VI 1Ya xi•'-AM4 VTn r I: Sato S ; . , ; (Univ. Tokyo, Dep. Bot., Tokyo,*-Jap.) STUDIES ON THE FUNCTION OF PROPLASTIDS IN THE METABOLISM OF IN VITRO- CULTURE:D TOBACCO CELLS IV. GLUCONEOGEhC'T/CPATHh'AY.. . Plant Cell Physiol. 18, 1243-51 (1977) (in English) - *Keywords:* glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase; non-leaf, 0 hexokinase, non-leaf, constituent; _ _ ri_bulose-l,5`dipho_sphate carboxylase, non-leaf, constituent. ~ Proplastids of in vitro-eultured tobacco cclls were shown to contain the enzymu of the gluconcogcnctic pathway from triose phosphate to glucose 1-phosphata. No sig- ~ nificanl activities of NADP-dependent glyccraldchydc 3-phosphate drhydrngenase and ~ hexokinase were detected. Ribulose 1,5-diphosphate carboxylase activity was signi- ~ ficant but very low. It was concluded that the gluconengcnctie path..ay plays roles in ~ the production of glucose 6-phosphate as the substrate to produce NAllPIIz by glucose ~ 6-phosphate and 6-phosphoFluconate dchydrogenascs, as N.d7 as in starch formation. t
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50331 0535 ~..._.~.~ ~,_.~... MEDICINE--ORGANIZATIONS/DIRECTORIES--HEALTH_ ORGANIZATII)NS/ REF 146 wa -.. 1981 Health 0'rganizations of the'United States, ti Canada and the World A Directory of Voluntary Associations, Professional Societies and Other Groups Concerned with Health and Related Fields FIFTH EDITION %TCkul'~seet~nan sQ,-, Managing Editor Marek Kaszubski Assocute Cdtor ~q Cw AES~IACH COAfP,1NY • B()OK 7nt1'EA 0 DETAOrf. MICHlGAN 48:26 '~I v 1v~ ~ t' 1
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50331 0530 ~F.ef. z j 7551 i Wa 1965 , T - _.. _.. . ~ ~,....._.. r. ~~:...~:.r...y. _.. ~ q_Wasse><taan,.> paul,,editor _. ; Statistics sources. F.dited by Paul 11'asserman ta»d others. 1st ed.l Detroit, G,tle l:csearclt Co. t1DG2l 1)ss P. 1. Stntistics--l3ibl. r. Wassvrmnn, I'nul, '7.7551.SS t f ~t 01G.311 G2-15317 Llbrary of Cmn;;re.•s i4.,h7j n
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z 695 50331 0540 Wa ~~CaSS~rman, ~'au_.1~y > ~ . ; 1965 The librariaii anl( the in,irhine; observations on the ap- plications of machines in adniiuisir,ition of college and uni- ~ rersity libraries Detroit Gale Resezrch Co 19035 ~ . , . [ 1 170 p. 23 cm. . ~ Bibliography: p. 13"r-1Pi0. Bibliographical footnotes. ~ 1. Libraries-Automatfon. 2. Libraries, University and college. 2.'ritle. Z678.9.N3 025.078 65-25320 Library of Congress i66f3J ---. -_. _ .. -- . . --...._......-r-.....,... c n• r.) n Ro U?. - 4 .;,> 3
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Z 7:7: C: Ai'J :) "..tla,.•:.' 1' 1 .11 t luttJ~A An International Registry of Research and Innovation I '~'~QRl~f,71Q~°~d SLIENCr TODAY .'e D \ MARC/IRET HAR?ER Assistant Editor Second Edition FAU1. --WASSlTMA~1 Managing Editor JEANNE O'CONNELL • Associate Ed.tor -50331 0536 NA.~ RONALD JOtiNSON Editorial Assistant - science associaTes/inTernaTionat_, inc. ,; , G~~ '? (~ n C! C , t
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- i 50331 0542 ~ a C;U 501 Wa -- Y'.•.. Wasseiman'n; ANiert: ~ Diels-Alder reactions; orginic background and ph3sico- chemical ;ishects, by A. 11'asserni:uin. Amsterdam, New York, Else-vier 1'nb. Co., 1;1G5. vlii, 114 p. Iilus. 22 cm. "•References": p. i1011-1pJ. 1. D[els-Alder reactioo. QUi01.1ti'4G 547.139 65-13901 Library of Congress L4-1 i lj k7- il 0 n . /l Q :). - zr3 .r~
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50331 0544 "WResermIM, E. R: 844 E. - g. Sw3tzer THE RKD0M tInU::E CUIDg 1"O cRfiUUATC STu'L~7 IN Z'i::; ARfS AND ScrEt.CES. ; t3 .,.. ? . .4 . . . ~ . . ~. . ~... ~ ... . .. . . .. . • ~ ..
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50331 0537 REF Q 141 Wa 1973 197 i~. „~'W QNSULTA=} A•Periodic Supplement to -CONSULTANTS AND CONSULTING ORGANIZATIONS ~¢a Edited by PaUI*°Wassernt"an• and Janice McLean ISSUE NUMBER 1, June 1973 With Cumulative Indexes ~--YWR2 3<ti'~~ Dc~.~, I`17~p N~ g7~ Gale Research Company Detrokt`, Michigan • ~ ~ . t ~cc. lu I u ~":. ., I I
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50331 0547 j QP 3 601 ; W , Warburg, Otto Heinrich, 1583- ed. 11'assersto6'ubertrngende Fermente. Freiburg i. Br., Editio Cantor, 1949. 368 p. illus., port. 24 cm. 13lbllogruphlcal footnotes. 1. Fermentatlon. i. Title. QPG01.1`'a5" 612.0151 50-23a30 Librnry of Congress 0 j51b1j ,...... . 0 i)- 0 0 ti . 0 u24 '6 0
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116 50331 0533 •TRADE ASSOCIATIdvS/ASSOCIATIONS/ ' DIRECTORIES--INFORMATION SOURCES /INFORMATION SOURCES--DI RECTORIES/ REF GOVERNMENT--LITERATURE INFORMATION/CONSUMER PROTECTION/ 141 a CONSUMER SOURCEBOOK. .1974 A Directory and Guide to Govetnment Organizations; 1C. Associations, Centers and Institutes; Media Services; Company and. Trademark Information; and Bibliographic Material Relating to Consumer Q Topics, Sources of Recourse, and Advisory Information. 141 i,'a PAUh.WASSERMAN Managing Editor 1974 R N E N PDDL 1 C. i . ) A MO GA Associate Editor With •a Foreword by Representative Chet Holifield Chairman of the CALE RESEARCH COMPANY Eook Tower Detroit `tichi gan 48226 Committee on Covernment Operations, / .an.(.a. s1.. • U.S. House of Representatives ly -1''-.=~ ~ • - . . . . , . _ . _ . . . . . . . ~, n t~ n 0 t~ -~ d.~ =~4. .
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REF . Q 14]. td~, 1973 • ' GALE R?:S~.RCfI C0.4PAt~Y/ .• . CO~.SdiLTANTS--DI RECTORI F,S / F '~ IIdFORM1!TIO'i SOUF.C}aS--U. S: GOVERNMEAIT--DIr,r:cT6';Ir! U. S. COX'F.RNFtE":1'S--T)IT:F.CTOR7ES/. _ DIPJ:CTORII:S--L'. S. - _. - . .I • R 14 CO1\TSULTIING A Reference Guide to Professional Personnel Engaged in Consultation for Business, IndustrNy and Government RA-i1L,.-)11.'ASSrI?hFiAN, Managiiig Editor JANICI; McLEAN, Associate Editor 1 Second Edition - ~ Gale Research Coinpnii ~ T3ook 1 oWer Defron, IvIlcllip"an 7913 ~~
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: . .11 _ 50331 0538 c3 c) U E u A Subject Gui 'e tn Oa.y oA tndustrirt., ness, Cccial, [c;uc~tticlnvl, Financial, and Gtnez To{-.ics for the United :;:atc:s and :.,elected Farr.dgn Countries ~ F;El'ISED THIF2D EDI'FICTN)t/ Cl`Y7y ~ to.teP Pv .->k i~Al3lrvE~RS S~ R M ts al~,.. . r ' CYr+duatt L~t:rary Ccnoo~. Unrvlrsrty pQ 3r.erytand CLEI.!VCJR ALLE:f: Ct-iI.P.LOTTE rE'JRC I 11r~.artc~ SMonI c f Finance and Con,meroe Grsdux:r. :Scl.oot of Etusinwls Adminrstrabon L'nwenity of Prnr.eylvanra Uniws.rs,ty of Cabtorr.ia at L cs Angeres wan a s,rlC•clee B,0,03•aony of rsey StatiiGcal $O.uces by JANICE McLEAN CaP,I.E i:ESEARCN COMPANY • 6OOK TOYJER 1971 ,- L%~~ .. f ~ D[TROIT 2C, MICFtICAN 0 an t) n (1 02 /. :1 1
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50331 0531 rrr. Q 14 7 Wa 1974 1'iei.^-960 COMM ODiTY PRlCES A Source Book and Index Providing References to Wholesale and Retail Quotations for More Than 5,000 Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial, and Consumer Products ` Compiled by Pauf-Walssermam Diane Kemmerling Gale Research Company •[3ook Tower ~ Detroit, Michigan 48220 .l7 ~ y ~ ~ o n~ ~ 0 2 4 4 4
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50331 0551 TOBACCO--SMOKE--FREE RADICALS/ , • 76 IX Me -76 CLASS 140 , PAMPHLET 76 IX Mel . RJR l . .T ~...t...N ' . R: Zienzel. 'E. R.: Vincent, R. R.; 'Wasson, J (Univ. Ky., Dep. Chem., Lexington, Ky., U. S.) ' DIPOLAR BROADENING OF ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE LINES OF FREE RADICALS: SPIN-TRAPPING STUDIES OF FREE RADICALS IN CIGARETTE SMOKE. : .• Jour. Magnetic-Resonance 21, 321-30 (1976) (in English) *Keywords:* free radicals, sir.oke, constituent. .. 0 b0 0 nu- 0246 4 1
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50331 0541 f 974 QA 276 Ne 1 pplied Linear - . tatistical Mode s 6egr sion, Analysis of , ariance, andperimental Designs John Neter University of Georgia and ~~-- ~-,.-, Wifi a~n V'serman - Syracuse University 1:12/ 1974 RICHARD D. IRWIN, INC. Homewood, Illinois e0430 IRWIN•DORSEY LIMITED Georgetown, Ontario L7G 4B3 i/ i 0 fl 0 0 )2 4 5, d!
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50331 0545 I i CHEMISTRY, ORG 28D Ma 1980 NIC--REARRANGEMENTS/ REARRANC7 iMEMTS IN GROUND AND EXCITED STA a ES This b Yolume 42 ot - 9(j- 11 a-- edited by ORGANICCNE%fISTRY Paul de Mayo A scria d tnono~, ~~,h~~. 7- T.1!: ~~`"^"`rry u"'r l61IJt83ERM"AH ~ ~^'^ent W CMmeW Et/ilol: 11AIt~~, tt,. u..,yh oi K'cste n Onuw lerd^ OnNno. CQned+ 1960 ACADEMIC PRfSS A swsoery of N.rwun e,.c. ~ov.no.wi~. ayGi: '-/na. New York London Toronto Sydney San Frsnd VJ`rsco b 1 .
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50331 0501 '+ol. 4 , 0 Nv'. 4~~J:"%J ~-d Geophyoical Research Letters III Du--79 S.P. 2 UV SiF.LLAR OCCULTAi10:: :l.ISCPLKr,,SIS OF t:1CH17IME EQI:ATORIAt07.0NE C. R.VRieglert+ Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadcna, California 9)]03 S. k.rAtreyae, T. 9.~onahuc+t, S. C.•lLiu, b.Kta/aser,t Departeent of Amospheric and Ocranic Science, Space Physics Research The University of Y.ichif,an, Ann Arbor, 1SichlEan 48309 J. F.L Draicts Apri1 1977 Laboratory Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory, Palo Alto, California 9:304 . Abstract. The Princeton Cniversity Ultravio- let Spectre.r.eter-Telescope on the \ASA Orbiting Astronr:lcal Obscrvatory CoJ,crnicus vas usc0 for stellar occultation neasurorents of atmos;herfe ozone. T•o sets of observdtfons of the t.irt.ct star :-Crn .•cre carried out on 26 July 1975 and 13-14 Junc 1976 at 4'avelrngths fron 25501 to 31001. After unfoldinE of the data, ozone dcn- sity profilrs near the equator vithin 3 hours of local r.fdniht vcre obtained at altitudes froa 47 to 114 kn. A secondary maxiautn at 97 1a has been obse n•eJ in both sets of data.' lhe oztm e density t.•tceen 47 and 75 kn is a factor of 2 to 3 tit~cs as larfe as•curtcnt oodcls predict. At the lov.•r boundary, ahout half the orone destruc- tfoa should be causod by \Ox and C10X. Above 55 kn, virtuaIly all loss is due to 1!OX. These rr- tults suiRest an overrstinate of IUn fl ll fl t1 !2 vithout actually being occulted by the disc is used. Typical observing tiees for this approaeh are 200-300 seconds. The orbit of the !:AS.A Orbiting Astronocical Obsrrvatory OAO-3 Cop._tnicu5 is nearly circular vfth 745 kn altitude and 3S' inclination. These orbital parameters are very favorable for nccul- tatlon neasurrnents since they pcroit long oe- cultation tl:cs duting cach orbit, and alco rc liable long-term predictions of suitable future occultation times. The Of.O-3 star traeLer is ptoErar,mcd to track on a portion of the lif,!it cntcring thc trlrsco?e; +;eetrco- 'another portion is sPlit off to the UV eter. Since the star traci:rr uses visihlc light and the crrctroncter scnses L'V light, rofr.xtion effcctc and nncoihio -4.+•---
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50331 0501 i ~--- z~_ ucK_ER t~The water content of sugar • ;,?s ' La teneur en eau du sucre Von F.,Schneider, A. Emrnerich und U. Ticmanis') ummary of the vrpter cont9qt in~uresucr4{e atrf w9e s4ar.') [~ ~.~ 4.1 .) lJ ~ c . ~.~ 0.001 % on the test sugar samples). From the results it is concluded that both methods give correct absolute values In connection with precise physical measurements, two methods were used for water determination in pure sucrose which to some extent gave widely diverging results: the vacuum distillation methcd of Nill & Dobbs and the Karl Fischer titration method as mod fied by the authors. It was therefore necessary to develop a further inc!cpendent method. After unsuccessful tests with calcium carbide and various hydrides, it was found possible to make use of the hydrolysis of ethyl acetate in dimethyl sulphoxide under the effect of potassium ethylate, as already used for water dotermination in some solvents, to determine water in white sugar. Under the established conditions, the reaction is complete and stoich;ometric. Comparative tests with the modified Karl Fischer titration showed very good agreement (within about _.___..,. _..,.,....w 28 (1975) Nr. 11 /~O. G,oG_ /. /5 :kerindustrie an der TU Braunschweig 3ardiner und Keyte (11) geben ! zu Chtoroform- :xtrakten der gemahlenen Probe eir.e Losur.g von Koba::- xomid in Chloroform und bestimmen gravirnetrisch das iusgefallene Monohydrat des Salzes. 3ei den Methoden nach K a r I F i s c h e r•riird das beir-.. :erkteinern des Zuckers unter Methanol oder das be m .osen in Formamid freigesetzte Wasser mit dam Reagenz triert (9) (12) (13) 14). 1en Anforderungen am besten zu genugen schien zunach~: ie Vakuumdestillation. Die Methode ergab - wenn aucn iit hohem Zeitaufwand und, durch das cindrngen vcn uft, hautigem Ausfall einzelner Proben bei Dreifac!,b•-- timmungen - tatsachlich techt ni!? •..•..
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50331 0552 . . . .T.._ _ t ...... --.. ,..__._~._~_.~..~_.s.~,.._:~_.. ~.........-...~......~._.:...~~...- - --,..~s.+.v..~.~..ww.~.~..~a . . 1 ..-.,._,,.. Wfl$tiNi • Lidustrial wasto treatment. 1st ed. New 1'ork, AicGra,w- IIill,1952_ 391 p. 11hus. 24 cm. BesseTievre, Ldlttund Bul[cley, 1887- 1. Factory and trade waste. r. Title. Tll897.B4 ~~ 628.5 51-12586 j Library of Congress 1!',3q10j
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50331 0546 _ _ T~s.~~..~...~..u..~..`wwu.ca. ero dft'*Pef'let'tlniungc Machu, Willy. Das 1Vasserstoffpero.Yyd und die Perverbindungen. 2., neubearb. und erweiterte Auli. Wien, Springer, 1951. xtl, 3f16 p. tllus., tablcs. 25 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1. Iiydruven peroxide. i. Title. ir. Title: Die Perverbiudungen. [QD181.H1Df ] Yale Univ. Library ~ ~ for Library of Congress 12, . A G2-29i2 --._.,._ ._.-...,..., _.,~ ...-.,- . . 0 ~h..,!: 0 : ?.. Xv . .ti. 9 :
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50331 0511 QD 426 B1 1974 S'TFROII3S/C1IEPfISTKY, ORf;ANIC--SYNT1iESIS/ # ~ This is Volumc 30 of ~~1~1 S~~~iSi5 01 ~~~~l1~~q9 ~RGANIC CHEMISTRY ia ~ ~i ~+ A r s or mono ra hs se~c AOi3ERT T. BLICKENSTAFF Mcdicul Rcstarda Lrdxrrurory Vetentns AdnriwiahatG~n Huipil~il .nd Department of BincAcmfstrq Indiinn Untcrnily Schuol r~/ Aredicine IndianalwNs, Iwdiana ANIL C: CIIOSII SheeAnn 1n.difwte and Sbarpt Aunciates (SlSA) C.unLridgi•, Alwsnchnsctl. CORDON C. WOLF ilvdka! Re.carch LaGoratnry Veterarur Admtn4tration Ilospital Inrlienapofts, hrliana ~`~f"'*.as~+s+s .-,.,....,....... B P Editors: ALFRED T. BLOIIQUIST an&NARltY WASSERMAN '= ---- ',N ACADi:\tIC PRESS Ncw York and London 1974 .l SJ1n.Jwry nJ Nr.rrmnf R,owc Inranni irb. fubLJcnr r I
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5033, 055p ...~- Qh~'~~~~°dmi~~~'t-- PRODUCT LIFE CYCLES AND NORIHCRN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY I MAPJAGEAiENT--:IARKETING/ I iln MARKETING RESEARCII/:vEW PRODL'CTS/COrSiIMRISrf/ •~ 69 Wa 1971 r 1i~0'l,a:vs y to tL'4iVAGLE1b`6'k : 3C• PppL ,~ COMPE,! I1"tVe MARi'E l"INO Ssf:!`.l EGY C6QA@ELit :-'i E E 0 0 j( 5 - ST. CHARLES. tIIINOIS , 0 6 0 0 In u O 24 t") 3
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50331 0555 TP ?p Ca 1974 Environmental Protection Techno{ogy ~' Roy E. Carawan William M. Crosswhite John A. Macon Byron K. Hawkins Prepared for Series OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY WASHINGTON, D. C. 20460 0 6 n Cl n i 1 o 7* z ', s
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1.Lste. 50331 0556 1 TU Geyer, John Chnr'.e:,, 1906- 897 ~ Ge ~ ; ~ Textile waste treatmentt and reco%,ery; a sttm•ey of present knowledge conc•ernint; the treatment and disposal of waste , waters produced in thu textile industrirs, by John C. Geyer and 1Villiam A. Perry; undertaken at the direction of the Textile foundation, inc., Wasliington, D. C., with the co- operation of the University of North Carolina, and in coun- cil with Dr. II. G. Baity, dean of engineering, and tho Advisory committee on textile waste treatment. tlVashing- ton, The Textile foundation, inc., °1936) 118 p. dtagre. 28 x 21; cm. 7 i; Wont{nucd oo-ncxt cnrd) sG-22G44 ` t50nI j I
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50331 0513 OZONE/OLEFINS/ CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC/ ORGANIC CHF.MISTRY, A SFRZNS OF MONOGRAPHS, VDT.1ME 39-I/ Edtterg: a~~T -~;~ j,~, s nk- t~T ~? "'\T Alfred T. Rlnr7clllist and 0 D ~V A 1;L 1i~J 111N `'Nairrv ti: .iJasse~man~ nD 305 Ba 0 DO-GAN r~ CATHAIIf;Jl~ATIS~~ ~i'y 1978 Volume I Olefinic Cornpouncls Philip S. Bailey urparirt,cnr of Clremisl,y The Uturrrsity of T(,xns at Austin AusJirr, Texas Editorial Advisor: N'ALTL'R TRAILANOVSKY I.-M•a State (Jniversity ojScicitce and Tecirnology Ames. Iowa ACADF.AfIC PRESS New York San Frnttcisco Lotrdon 1978 A BubXJiary bjNarcourt Grceo~Jovanorich, Publishcrs
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50331 0565 TD 897 Am 1981 . ./WASTE, INDUSTRIAL/SOLID WASTE/ WASTE DISPOSAL/ HAZARDOUS SOLID WASTE TESTING: FIRST CONFERENCE- AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIAL 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 A symposium sponsored by ASTM Committee D-34 on Waste Disposal AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS Ft. Lauderdale, Fia., 14-15 Jan. 1981 ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 760 R. A. Conway, Union Carbide Corporation, and B. C. Maitoy, Engineering-Science, editors ~]~ ~' ~~~ O u ~ ~ (~ ~STM PLbN~tion~Cod~Num'ber (PCN) 04-760000-16 11
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50331 0563 • Waste--Water ~~..~.....:s......~ ~.. -~=.~ia.i.~.....er._r..i see Waste water C) Q ~N . C/, .n .: o .o, fl. . P,4 .7..6
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50331 0554 76 III Wh OILS--ANALYSIS/ ~QERC/Ri-75/11 CHEMISTRY, ANAI.YTIC--OR(;AP:IC/ ,; ~~1//jl~'I~~ Ll~BRIC~TItJG_ OIC kESEARCHe Distribution Category UC-9•2 Geographical and Seasonal Variations in tJsed Lubricating Oil Basestack Composi;ion. Part 2 By M. L. Whisman, F. O. Cotton, J. W. Goetzinger, and J. W. Reynolds ~ Bartlesville Energy Research Center Bartlesville, Oklahoma Date Published - December 1975 UNITED STATES ENERGY RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS TECiiNICAL INFORMATION CENTER ~ .~ 0 6 ;l (l ti n - U 9 ~*L . z r
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50331 0557 ~..:.....~c.wsa.~..~.~..~__.....~,.,w_-,......:.•:.~....~..:.~•,~,,.a...~-.r.~.~:.~''......_ - T - - -:.~ - RA Waste 576 Na I~atio::ax Ceater fo+ Air Polautian Cnntrols . 4i'i ice oY Le:;islctitive and Public F"Y'aixs. AN FG-T.d.(j1rC;it Pc~G;r^."~D?;::5 t~~ TI3F. 'i•aF3;D hI!'&Z4::A7. C.C?:FEC~:~:.'.i;a 'rJASPITI, lGi;•Ip D.C.. ~~. )FttU.SC Hj~~.t~, `ervice Fwbl :cstiou ic:o. . 1957 657 PP• woshiuz:tc-n ..,.-% .r-.. . C e.. 4. 7 . A .
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6,~ ~ G U t! u U ~i •p 0 0 •3 •Q tJ~~~ ~Z 06' 6T jrX.zasnp[2I 'aase(y ng OhtZ l : - 9950 IEfOS si .
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50331 0571 ' TP Waste, 1nGustri.al 156 ,_ Po :,. FJ. I h; .. , .• ;-,.-,: ~ .._.. . f_^.. _ . . 0 cs . n n n:~~ 0 2-4 4 4
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1 _.5 ~-14 :CE . • -, ~fc•r.~~cc tn Co~iarr.s c~r:d Is<1ici.uaa f;rvwed iu: &r,aua:aicut ?o-Hustaess Cnrl ir:dtrstry •.h,ltit°~t?ezST:~?1I.Kr', ~Izncr~ing F.daor "J.S":Z~ i: ~Ic?.i:~t:~,.,ss-:c~ctc Euita.- . _-50331 0532 ., S er~r:~Fctiii~n ~ -3 ?_g a •(I qW) , Galc rc.ccu rd: Crnpar:y • Foo1: tl ~ n E1 1 n^ 2 e ! r:
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50331 0559 TD 897 Ru i.t~stt3. Rudolfs, Willem, 1SSG- ed. Industrial wastes, their disposal and treatinent. Con- tributors: C. S. Boruff tand othersj New York, Reinhold, 1953. 4J7 p. 111us. 24 cm. (American Chemical series I. e. Societyl Dlonograph series, no. 118) 1. Factory and trade waste. z. Title. TD897.R8 628.5 52-97 92 1 Library of Congrt--,s `-%' i5;,q15j ~,...,.~.-.., 0 0 6 - 0 0 n .0 0 9 4" 7 2
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50331 0568 TD~.` . ~ 897 ~~ Re 79u:w Ur.sver;Aty, I-4orth C~.rolina• St2te, anct IT;iiversa.w of 2'ort-n ;Z-a-Tof.1na . t.2IP~L'~.~,....^~ `J4.rGtJ r' Waste, Industrial iCJ4 212 Pagl;-v Ghr3.stia-n Pr1.n~it~u Cor:raan5°, D;?rhcn, ?iQC. O ~, • ') ;) I • ~) 0 ^ . ~_ -(,, ; I C '
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50331 0573 RA 579 Ri Waste, IndustriaJ. Ric!1w, Robtart :°CL'_,L12`IC:•. G0.31'1':OL (Chee~7aCt;I. Proces;: t•3ono.,ranh r'o. kG) 3955 207 I=age~.a hoyas`DavalGpment Gorp. Yearl rivgr, Nc1W York
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50331 0549 .T. Lihr. Aut. I•A1eli 78 S.P.1- . 11(1) 47-53(1978) INDEXING & ARSTRACTTNr/ 13iblio ;raphic Access to Full Descriptive Cataloging Nvith COM jo '.incl IZich.rd A. JONES: Divitiion of Lihraiy Serv- ices, Wcslrrn l:cutuc{:y Univcrsily, )iowlinl; Crccn. A catalog containin-- morc tlrcrrz onc million entries (1.3 million ccir(ls) of lhc Division uf 1.lI)!'Url/ ScruicCS at ll'e.stcni Kcntucky C'>>irersiti/ has hccn prnc/uc•ccl in coniputer uutpul micro~fic.•!ic ((:011) fr„-mut. This catalog, dccclopecl from locnllr> >>roclucccl mach inc-rcnclnl,lr records, colctnins fitll bibliographic infinrmcction in an autliorltitlr cuul sul,jcct heading arrcingccucril. .1 brief overview of the pr-occclures followed ancl thc forniat is prc.sciitcd. . "0 6 0 o 0 b u 2 4 6 2 i
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50331 0572 . TD 897 Po 1976 2 C. • E 1 ~ . ~. ~ WASTE DISPOSAL/t•1ASTE, INT)USTRIAL/ ENVIRONMENTAL TF.CHTIOLOC:Y HANABOOK N0. 4/ 1 1 V Y TO DISPOSE CaFv OXIC SUBS~"A~!C~S AND INDUSTRIAL WASTES Philip W. Powers NOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridqe, New Jertey London, Engtand 1976 Q l) (; 0 n t_ 1 C1
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50331 0567 TD Waste, Industrial ~ 897 ! Re Da'"- L'nSveroif•y, h'o_rth Ga5:~o~.f rt~! s~;a~:u j G.rGi L::lti :.:Si1.L~11 oY~ .~~.io-r-t.'•: C'G:':.'y'.~•.}..;Xf;". c v!~..CL.a,'f.! O.-1\:.ia•. vvid~ RM TIVX~j 10J1 125 I'?fr~c~: ~. T'ort-h Carolina I ~ I
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~331 0569 _. . .a TRACE EL fENTS--ANALYSIS/WATER--ANALYSIS/F'ASTE, ITTDUSTRIAL/ ' POLLUTIO t--WATER/ ^HMtISTRY, OR('ANIC--ANALYTIC/ TD 380 Ke 1976 3 C, I Rd e n t i -I-- ~ :' at k o n & A nca 1y s i 5 ~. ~~ P~>;~~~~.a."FvtS of O~~~an~ in wa.E-) r ~ . r! edited by r; Lawrence R heith Rcsearch Chemist U.S. Environmental Protection Agency • Environmental Research Labaatory Athens, Georgia ' , ± t ~: ~~ A~1I~ A{'~O~ SCIENCE ~::,
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50331 0570 . ~ TP Waste, Industrial, v. 2. 370 Na /' G Nr.tionr31 Cainsra Maocfation Seac3srch & LaUvrntoriea Re f. LAI3QP.ATO::Y MiiJAL FO^ MOD WFiEPS T,ND TP 370 . r,~:}, . ~'c~7.. 1-i~a~rCEOe.,IOT.CGY ~' G?r.U 1'„nCCE, nc+,,St•~~•• PT•.(fC£:3b0, ~:}.. Na l'oa.. 2-Ai:8LY3il'S, 5AttITt`.TIOa, A3312 Sli:T:"STIf..°s 1968 2 Vols. fivi Publichfr.; Co. WeatPorC, Conn. !
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0 331 0561 /j.~.ti/ i~ll-. ~4 / /' ' ENVtRONPAIENTAl. TD S 17 POLLUTION / 0, Y I A Guide to Current Research Produced from Data gathered by SCIENCE ff,,'FORMATtOiN E?:CHA,'*:GE SMITHSONIAN lN5TtTUTiON WASHINGTON, D.C.
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F r'i~rrt~+r ~~~iS1DSoR~,~!Qfy C~A/)'R ~VN'.+Tj/H~ ' " j a5te "/ ~~C1' C~illU~l i~~Ytx~~)Il~~ylt / . ~~. 1971 rQ e 7 P, ~~17 l V., , Q f. '1 (1 ~i Il 0 2- 4 7 7 50331 0564 C. Pazar
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! 50331 0577 10-64 \.kH. ~ .......................................... „ qD li~ ~r . C' 4 `~ n'~' ~1 ~7t,~ ~ ~3 ~ ~ ~~ ~ L1Y Qv ~ tJ C, ! ,V G 1~ U c ~~ 0 6 0 o n fi 0-2 - 4. 9* tt. Prepared by editors of _ Cti;
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50331 0576 17AS'PL', INDi1STRTAL/k'ATEP.--j'UR1FI f.A'tION/POLLUT10y--V'ATER/1'ASTE NATE}:/ `a../ ® a il 11 {:y:1tL. iLe TD 897 Ce 1973 : 'gndusfilry's K.YLopo~ Ilunity 8ased on hpers LexMed at the Nationat Conterence on Coe+plete WateReuse Apri 23-27. 1973 sponwKd by: AmerRcan Irnlilule of Chemical Ensineen Eovirorxneetal ProtectFon Atency Technoloay Transter EQNed by Lawrence K. Ceci 0 6 0 0 n ~a 0 2 4 R 9
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50331 0583. 0 WASTE, INDUSTRIAL/POLLUTION CONTROL/WATER--AIdALYSIS/ TD 897 Zii 1974 2 C. Aw Articles from Volumes 4•7 of ~VIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ected by Stanton S. Miller, Managing Editor An &~ Geprint C®Pecta[;n Ame'r" c'an Chemical Society ashington, D.C. 1974 n.Q n.t~ 0 2 4 9~, . . •..
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S033t 05?LL G-.- Volumc 3. 4 ~f 1~ :f V 1~ ~ J~ G~s r .7) _ _.. .. . ... -~ - - Procccdinos of the If'vr1.•shop orgal:i:,cd arid hcld u,rder the auspices of the AIChE 1f•arer Comnrittee Illarch 31-Joril o ln'0 . San Frnncisco. Cali/oritia . . 4. , ... ~ ~: an s., 1, ~ workshop Published by . U.' Eti ;l ~ n r./ 0?; 44 F'. 7 1 AMCRICAN INSTITUTE OFCHENICAt_ ENGINECRS 345 East 47 Street New York, N. Y.
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trial-1972 trial compared a standard'com• Eranufat Tow furrow treatrnent ithout seed treatment, three seed nt funoicirles efTectivr fnr Pyth- d systemic Demosan fungicide. linted Acala SI-1 cotton seed was the 1972 trials and seed treatment ere per 100 Ibs of cotton seed 1). Three hundred cotton seeds anted per replicaie on April 25 plot was replicated six times. onia invculum was applied in fur- planting time as in previous ex- its, }lealthy appearing plants were on May 24. R•Terrazolc graz,ular used alone seed treatment and t7emosan plus Dexon, Captan, or Arasan pro- ~xcellent control of Rhizoctonia ; disease of cotton. Terra-Coat Dcidcd intermediate control of the as a combination material and -7r~. :,..j~~yry;;~•.•~. f r"'[/~''1 z~~6~ 1d-13 (1273 ) P. F. PRATT F. E. BR O A D Ii E irI' I' J. P. MARTIN t'EY THOCGtt OItGANIC WASTES have V-'3 been used as sources of nutrient elements for many centuries, a rational basis for tlicir use has never been devel- oped. Recomrneoded rates have been = rIt, 'z-7.•fi. ~. ~ a'ti.4~0 :~a4 V,a~ ~ N t ~ 11~ tVs , maintain optimum proiluction of focd and fiber as the supply of inor•carka de- creases; and it will be nccessar-y to avoid excesses of nitrates because of the -way this ion moves into surface and ground- waters. These arc some o: the reasr,n, for a rational approach to deternrininP application rates of organics. 'Dki,; study proposes an approach which is con,ict- ent with ttiese r•.ecd, nnd with thc lonf;- term usc of oroanics as N sources. \Tincralizution rate3 r 50331 0558 0?&A 7 ~
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~..._~:..... y,.~ ....,._....,': ~_. _._ _. _ _• --50331 0548 Jc ~ Selection of High Lysine Corn Ujsing a Scanning ElECtron Microscopc' Cror :cicnce 13 (4) 462-3 (1973) "c; ~C::IL,~?-~'~as~um'"ind R. C. l loseneya ABST}LACT Scticral inbred scurccs of corn (Zen ntays L.), including ltig!,-1}sinc r+sodificd oparlue-O lines t+ith hard, translu- einl endosl.crnl anrl t.ntmai hatd, traunlucent endospetrn pl,enotFrrs acrre esawinect ..ith a scanniu; electron rntie- roscopc. 7ein L•odic~ u-crc obsrr%ed in thc protrin matrix of tllc nonnat cor-n Idhenot,.pr. 1'lacin; s.tlllplCS in 1G°1. ethanol and ohscr.in, coids produced collflrtltCd that the bodics containcd zcin. Jatnp!cs from modified opaduc-2 lincs l.nol+a to hc hirh in hsinc did not show elaborate patterus of .oids in thc,rotein matri. after ethanul treatment. It h•a% conclu~ed that a scanniug electron microscol,e is au exc.•lleut tool to identitv endosperms with low seiL and `otcntialtl• more Ilsine. Additiort^l indta words: Maize, Zein, Piotcin. tween lysine content and percent zein bodies in eorn endosperm. We explored the feasibility of rapidly examining corn entlosperm for zein bodies with a scanning clec- tron microscope. Kernels showing small or rto zein bodies, presumed to be high 1}'sinc, were selected for continued use in the breedinb program. MATERIALS AND \f);T11OI)S Several inbred sources representing normal and modifie•3 cndo- spcrms of corn were cxarnincd. Samplcs were obtaincd frocn individual kernels by cutting the kernel bct.cecn the cap and the embrl'o t:ith a knifc. 7 op portions containing hard cndo- spcrm, pcrtrrp, aleurunc, and sub-alcurone were mounte,t en alutninuut studs using Duco cement. Certain s1lnplCS. ~:•iOTe , being rauunted, werc placcd in 70 - ethanol for 12 to IS .0 6 (1 0' 0 0 0 2 4' 6 1
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50331 0584 WASTE, INDUSTRIAL/WASTE TRiiATTiENT/WATER--POI.LUTION/. 1•tETALS/t a TD 897 0v 1979 DESIGN OF LAND TREATMENT SYSTEMS FOR !NDIJSTRIAL WASTES- Theory and Practice by MICHAEL RAY OVERCASH 4- Associate Professor Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina ,-'Soil Systems, Inc. Marietta, Geor ia cl ,, n n n~~ i~ ~ 4 9 7 DHIRAJ PAL Post Doctorate Research Associate Department of Biological and Argicultural Engineering North Carolina State University Rateigh, North Carolina / ANN ARBOR SCIENCI PUBLISHERS INC
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50331 0575 WASTE, INOIIST^IAL/WASTE DISPOSAL/ WATER--POLLUTION/ POLLUTION TECHNOLOGY RLVILW NO. 47/ 8gj Unit Operations 1978 for Treatment of Be ARCHER Hazardous Industrial Wastes by Joan B. Berkowitz, John T. Funkhouser, and James !. Stevens Arthur D. Little, Inc. Prepared for publication by D.J. De Renzo NOYES DATA CORPORATION hrk Ridy., N.w J.n.y. USA. 1978 0 6 01 0, 1-1 0 0 ;,
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50331 0586 .. I AIR--POLLIITION--LAWS/«ASTE, INDL'STRIAL/ POLLUTION TECHNOLOGY REVIEW NO. 63/PYcZOLYSIS/WASTF. DISPOSAL/ TD 897 Si 1979 Xf "oot4d, A~`~D SLUDGES Marshall Sittig NOYES DATA CORPORATION Park RidQe, New Jersoy, U.SA. 1979 ~6 o' n n n t~ 2 4 9 9 INCHMER-"'ATMN OF i v~MZARDOUS WASTES r
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50331 0579 1 / r r,(7~ r~. r: / C ,., Russctt L. Cu1p General Manager South Tahoe Public Utility Oistrict South Lake Tahoe, California n n 0 P 4 9?. and GoPtlact L. CUIp Manager 1Nater and 11'aste Management Section 8atielle-Vorthwest Richland,lti'as`iington
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50331 0587 t .j WASTE, I:dDUSTRIAL/'SEWAGE DISPOSAL/ POLLUTION TECHNOLOGY REVIEW N0, 62/ WASTE DISPOSAL/ TD 897 Si 1979 LAND"'FILL ~ISPO"SAL OF %IAZARDOUS _WASTES J AND SLUDG E S Marshall Sittig NOYES DATA CORPORATION Psrk Ridpe, New Jer"y, U.S.A. 1979 ~ Q h cn n n n0 ?. 5 0 9
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50331 0593 Nas tej, Radiocic tive-.-Disposal see Radioactive waste disposal n 9 0 ?_ ~ 1l F,
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50331 0596 1JASTE DISPOSAL/ SB 951 Am 1978 Maurice V. Kennedy, F.DITOR RiittiJtippi State Univerrity 0 A symposium sponsored by the Division of Pesticide Chemistry at the 174th Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, Illinois, August 2g- Septembcr 2, 1977. Disposal and Decontamination of rPesticides AM[RICAN CHtMICAI SOCIETY WASHINGTON. C. C. 1978 I I rr I ,/ ' . : ~=. % 6 0 0 rl n 0 2 5 n 9 ., A C S S Y M P O S I U M S E R I E S
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50331 0591 A Of vy 61/t,6R II >'ro~ j~~ o T•f :.aw fa 1'RATrowj W,4ST~' TR C.4r4.,C,y~ aT Cow -- W VW~AIIY~~i::~ P©LLUTJN t0999aa, LL( DISPOSAL AND REUSE (in two volumes) Volume 1 a:yD 2 by J. E. ZAJIC I University of Western Ontario n 0 a 2 ~ I,Qndo, Ontario, Canada \ l~
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50331 0589 POLLU'TM --SOLID WA.S i e./1-:ASTF, IhL`;'S i nIA L/PACnA(;::iG--F i.AS T IG5 / POLYF.. 1YY LE?? E/ B IQi>EG P.1DATi QN / P T.ASTI.^.SI XX :SeF-F-570-73 AN I'+t,J'cSTIGATI02J OF THE EIQDEGRADASILITY OF PACKING PLASTICS . TJNION CAR3YDE CORP. Prepared for EtiVIFtOt.:ENTAL PROTECTION AGENC: August 1972 Dis triouted by : NTIS XAtional Technical Information Service U.S. Lk>Yartr:ent of Comr,erce 5265 Port. Royal Foad, Springfield, Va. O 6 n n n r) U2') n2
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TD 897 Am 1981 . AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIAL 1916 Race Street, Phitadetphia, Pa. 19103 . ,/WASTE, INDUSTRIAL/SOLID WASTE/ WASTE DISPOSAL/ HAZARDOUS SOLID WASTE TESTI NG: FIRST CONFERENCE, A symposium sponsored by ASTM Committee D-34 on Waste Disposal AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS Ft. Lauderdale, Fta., 14-15 Jan. 1981 ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 760 R. A. Conway, Union Carbide Corporation, and B. C. Malloy, Engineering-Science, editors QSTaubflEat(m;?Codb Nurflber (PCN) 04-760000-18 r
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50331 0581 DIItECTORII:S--i'OLLL'TIOY COIl'TROL/ REF Q 141 Ila 1973 I i' . SOLID WASTE RECYCLING PROJECTS : A NATIONAL DIRECTORY This directory (SW•45) was compiled for the Federal solid waste management programs by PENELOPE HANSEN U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGEhCY 1973 1-ot ule by the SuperintenAent ef Documents. U.S. Corernrnent TrintinR Offic., R'tehinaton, D.C. :MO': Nite: f:. t S J I . j. . ((J . .. . . . . , ,~. . . d
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~"i .rt'"Kw~ ~r'-t-KP'7 ivE~if :A trf~rw,N . , ^ poJLA wr~oa -~ ~w~~ R~ ~J. s~o t?~r~~ ~ ~,.~ ..c. „~ w . lv: ~ . ;~. ..~~ 50331 0580 !
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50331 0601 Waste disposal. 2iron.vr• n., J. C. T7t10?) C:'i.'.L1!1'IO::S, by J. C. Lrra.,_._~.~.Lno j. R~_~ }jr~S~9~nv~..` tl. 1) -. A. E. 4. Lilly. 1969 443 p:.Kes Llcavier Publ! 5hing Co. Ltd., Kuv York t 0 6- tl 0 0 n u 2 5'~ J 4
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50331 TS 1109 In 1952 1970 PDDL PULP AND PARER/PAPERMAI:ING AND TR/1llr -,-FI13T.IDhR/1P11X/ WASTE, INIIUS'TRT.AT./ZdATi:R--PDLLI!TION/1SIRLI(1GR4P~lY--PTR,P ANT) PAPFR/ The Institute of Paper Chemistry W/ Applcton, Wisconsin /, • • ~ml;::-, gvu~~ NvribeR 180 (1952) By CLAREA'CF. J. WEST SUPPLEstsrrT 11(1970) By JACK IdEINER S VrRA POLLOCY, 2/4kh - S~.~4ea1!t 1. W• ~rown , 0'6 tl n ri * . r~ 02 4 9~ 0582 a 7
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50331 0599 LI`.WS & LP:GISLATIO;1/POLLU7.'ION CON$itOL/WAT.TiR--POLLUTION--LASJS/ AIk--1=0L1.UTI(1ti--LAk'Sr'' ..,.. ' ' . 'NOISE/S(}LI1) WASTE/ WASTT's DISPOSAL/PCSTICIDES--LAWS & LIiCISLATIUti--FEDGRAL & STATE, ,Q 123 Ar 1978 ENVIFIO,N[!fENTAI_ LAW HANL i0 © Fifth Edition J. GO'-iDON ARE:UCKLE MICHAEL A. JAPJE:S MARSHALL LEE P,SILLCF; Ti-to41AS F.P. SULLIVAN THOMAS C. WATSON Government ;nstitutes, Inc. 0 6 0 0 n Cl 0 2 S I?.
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50331 0590 P- ~ [" I n ~~ ~€~'10 N AE C,ONE ~~ ON ~,~'~~~"~S7ES Proceedings September 22-24, 1969 ? S 1,qf U*L-- ~~~ .~ iq 7l This conference, which was sponsored by the Bureau of Solid Waste :-Sanagerent and the Packaging lndustry Adviscry Corunittee, was partially funded by Research Grant No. EC-00324 to the University of California at Davis. The Proceedings (SW--9rg) have been reproduced as ~ i ~ec~i.v~~ fr~qmt~'~e rra~} e~ The "bureau", as it , is now `is t~rmL~d L'N,rr.Qs,ho~t tnev prcceedin7s a nart of the U.S. Environnental Protection 7 7
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50331 0597 1 RA ~ 576 Waste disposal Ain 3c , IF1-D1- AmcricQU Chemi.c.nl Society, subccrztAttao on ~ CEnvironn•~atea F.mnsrovomcnt Camaittcs ou . Ch::raistry Eud k'"bisc Gif•niro CMkIIZNG 6TJ? 1}.iE CHL-1:I= BCSIS Fs?R ACL"78:1 J19:,9 249 PcF,os hxmr~.can ChsE^.2c&I Society ~.'ac+h:u8:on, D. C. . _ . T.~.-...-,
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50331 0600 ~ WASTE, INDUST'iIAL/WASTE DISPOSAL/ WATER--POLLUTION/ POLLUTION TECHNOLOGY RLVILW NO. 47/ 89; Unit Operations Be ! 1978 for Treatment of ARCHER Hazardous Industrial Wastes by Joan B. Berkowitz, John T. Funkhouser, and James I. Stevens Arthur D. Little, Inc. Prepared for publication by D.J. De Renzo NOYES DATA CORPORATION F.rk Ridp.. N.w J.n.Y. USA. 1978 0 6' 0 0 () ti (l 2 5 1.3
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50331 0604 ' TD 891 r,Waste Disposal . ~ . Re < I i.orGh C.7.raxina ~ ~ai.e, z.rd [snIvercuity of l:ov{.;:f ::..t•oai.na . ._. . ~ • i _ .. .. 1;6Z 125 Pagns Lurham, North Carolina 0 6- :1 0 o'ci 0 ?. . :.I' J 7
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50331 0594 j W% i 576 ~ Pi Waste disposal Advances in envirenrr.ental ociencca. v. 1- itew York, ti•liley-xnterscirnce [1569- v. illus. 23 cm. L.:ftots: y.3- J.ir. Pii:ts sud R.L. Meiccai= 1 a G.~3 ~ n c1 C3 2 5 0 7
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, Tr'.Cr,r.+ICt<! ttt'a•.;ftit »nIn (,.Q f17eotr•,r,;,+i.~,t ; /tLPUf( I NO. - 2-- ~ ~ ~. i PB ~ ` ~ ~hf1-•CT %laJ.~..','•:-0 7 d. 11 f LC AfJO f•URTITLE Or4W_AS2Z ?! IAZ'1 KFllUCTIUN FROM 1-iOi1SEFfOi..llS 7, nurr:(;Fits) Sheldon Coh2n and Harol.t. W1all:nan y PLRfUlinnr;G CJRGf.NIZAIror: Nl;h1-LllrJO AouFtCSS +~ , 1•I.-iterial.s and Environr:)ental Frigineeri.ng, Iaectric hoat Division ~` NA1InNqL TECHNICAL Genvra]. llynar.ics CcTrPorata-on yNf0i2MA1I0N SturVICE GrotOn, Connecticut 06340 ~ L S ncP,irrmenr td Cwnrrnc;ce 12. SPON5ORING AGENCY NAr.SL AND AUDRLSS National Erwj-ronmenta3 Research Center Of f ice of Research & Deveiopiuent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnat:., Ohio 45268 TS. SUYPLEMEN1ARY h:Tl tS l1 ! tx~n-_..,.-... .z . ..~.-.. . -.. . • ~-r ~ U i. fSLPpF r r,Al F _Se_pt, iQ74; Date 0,: Issue t',. PERr-ORrftN(; rJrIGANI'l.Al ltlN CC)U"r 4. PERFOr!rvSlr•1.^• UriGANiZAT10N RE~'Oftl NQ. U44D-74•-UJ'"7 TO. PRCx,ftr.r.l t( Cc.Sr.;•:t NC. ,it;)03 R011P 21 115t^J; Task O) Ol: 11. CONTRnc;TlGRArt-i 1140. G3--O1•-D041 ;13-TYFC OF rt[YONT! NQ PCKrPO C04ERE-C r FinaZ ~ ._____--------------- - ' .~Y. Ji\/r.JVflrl\J Ii\i[-IV4/ I.VVG G ~ n O, L~ 7~ 50331 0560 n n
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50331 0608 Ref QD 281 En Waste I)isposal, v. 15 EttCYCL01'EDIA OF POLYMER SCIENCE AND TEClI\OLOi'Z ; PLASTICS, RESINS, RU313ERS, FZ£ERS. v. 1yb4- InteXScience (GUley) New York . . . . . . .. . -..r--..r...w ;arjm~ ...~.• . .. ., . . ~
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50331 0603 Waste Disposal 1?arnay, Ar4cn Tjif: ROLS cr rAchf u71:G I,2 SOT,ID :%tASTli %i.4NAG1:?.EtiT 1966 TO 1976, L-y .!~i aa`:.it D-.••..".: wy ."..n-! 11, F1.^rfli:1.iIC1 CU. S. publ ic l1F'alth Servica &! r,L°:.taGll No. luS.rS} 1969 20.; P :gcJ U. S. 2'ubxic lt.,Atn Servi:co Ror.lcv{11c., 3Sd. O
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%' 50331 0602 ~U. S.--LAWS AND LF.CISLITTON/JAPAN/EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY/NOISE/AIR--POLLUTION ~ 4 ~TATER--PO].LUTIUN--LA4lS/AIR--POLLt~TION--LAWS/WASTE l)ISPOSAL/ CANADA/LAWS & LEGISLATION/ '3 •tDIRECTORIES•, INTERNATIONAL/ j ' BL7.GIUM/DE;7~tARK/FrA,yCE/GERMANY/ITALY/LUXEhfBOURG/TIiE NETHFRLANDS/IRELAND/ ' LGR:.AT BRI1'AIN/ . REF vrC'.-`~' ''~ hl~t ~~~ ~t ~ ~ Y7 1) ~ ~ _ ~c~~~v,~ ~`C'" ~~~~ L u ~ai ~U, Vo1. I THE BURE;'AU UF NATIONAL AF~=AIF:S, INC. ~'1Z31 25th STF;EET, N.\'J., WASHINGT4U, D.C. 2C037 , . _..~.~, ono 0 2 S I F; ---~
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50331 0595 AIR--POLLUTION--CONTROL/WATER--POLLUTION/WASTE DISPOSAL / RADI TIO /P A N ESTICIDES--ENVIRONNTAL PACTORS/ rM ~ TOXICOLOGY--ACtITE TOXICITIES/ ~ ® .. . i Cuur - - tP~: ~gIl~IIl~t'~IlIaTf~cyIIIl$ A Report by the Committee on ~ Environmental Improvement American Chemical Society (~ ~ n n tl Cl~ Q~"_a i) ~ Washington, D.C. Second Edition
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50331 0606 TD`111\ 897 Re' Waste Disposal L?L?1'^ UY21VCt'nitn, NtJZ't.-I'1 CFi"ontl,-. rtL:tC, and Universii:y of h'orth C;noZ?.r.3 v.',~'i1•rt~si Z"::a 1.1yLC'.i; c N..:r..V11~ . Igujl 212 Pugos Chrla'hlara C rint2,n2; Cora, v.ny, Uurhm, ?d,C. O :~ i~ n (1 Q
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~0331 0610 fl A TD 767 Go 1977 2 C. SEWAGE SLUpGE/: by Jerome Goldstein VWV°' Rodalc Press, Luimaus, PA : , . -f. .' i /WASTE AISPOSAL/ A NEW LOOK AT A VIASTEL7 NATURAL RESOURCE 9. -;. A. M.. .i t.O
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' 50331 0592 ' - POLLUTIO?7 CONTI:OLi IhDUSTRIAi, i OXI COLOGY/ AII:--I'(11.LUT IOIV--ItAi;DB001:' ANI! *'.':",'UAT.S/(dATLR--PURIFICATION/ WASTES, II•IDUSTRIAL/ OIL/ LEAD/?'LASTICS/SELiadIL'II/ CARBON I::l'.::)aIDE/CAC,•fILr•:/«LUMI:;~Trf/MERCURY/ POLLUTANT REMOVAL H/;Nb600K . Piarsha{1 Sitti9 . _ ~ . NOYES DATA CORPOf;ATlEI;J l ' Ferk Ridcr, Now Jarscy London. Enptand /. ~. ,Dt ~f~ J a o ~,, ;'? (l '1 (1 0 2 #_n* n
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50331 0605 TD 897 Re Waste Disposa]. Duke Univaraity Pho:I:fiDlldss (27 TNE PLE'JE1tiT'. SCU1'}1*:';N NUNtCIP:J.. AM it:UiJS'x: lr % fIA,STE CaNPEREi:CB, by llu.ke Uiiiveraity, t:Jwth Cc'roiira stato, and IlnivereiLy ow Noi th Crarolins 1962 2184 Pegea Ghrxatf_r_n Ptir.r_icl-~ Crmosny Dubh,-.z, tiarth CaroS ir:a 0 : ~ ~.: fl .41 _ (l 0 .7 S { 3
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~- .'~ s4 -s _- 71v 4fr rA_ FA ,~/ T'D ~9 7~~e ~ l 9 7l WATE~.~ TREA~ME~~' ~c A SURVEY OF CURP.ENT.*_ETHODS OF PURIFYING DOIESTIC SUPPLIES AND OF TREATING INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENTS AND DO~IESTIC SEWAGE sr + G. V. JA11ES t M.B.E., DI.Sc., N.D., Zf.CirE+r.A., F.R.I.C. n (1 0 2 dfem r onccSocicty of .1na.; tical Ct cmistry 50331 0562 0 Afcm r o~ tcc Asuxiaciun of I'ublic Anilysts E
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50331 0553 73 III Rel-76 S.Pt Preliminary findings show five processes thr.t will convert dis- cArded celluleftic r~aterial into a useable fuel. These processes, ~ ~ hydrogenation, liydroEasification, pyrolysis,. bioconversion and ~atr~,(yt #c cPnverpi~ o~syti~hL~is Sas produce a plpeline quality 0 g ,t•~a fvel ~oi1V..o~'^arabl.c ~ to No. 6, or methyl fuel, all ~ith as Pre- heating valu^s great enouCh to meet P:aval o,erational needs. usNA-.Pr.D-9 : ~ t TIT~t s. TT•[ or 6(IOAT 4 I(F~OO COYtAtO COHVERTIt1G CELLULOSIC WASTE TO ' Interim FUEL: A LITERATURE REVIEW. _„Istty~4- 1._Fch 1975 4 • ~• ~INrOOO~fi. 11( r ONT MVNpt~( !. RyTM0/1(.J ' G. CONTnACT Ow G.•.Mi MVrOtR(.) Ensign Mark M. Bundy, USNR V. P[wr0%:TI/NGOnG~if(AT/O.% M/WCAwOAOOMOff li. FMO:R.w (LL..frT.'wC)tCT•T.34 AntA ~ COA1( t~M/T MYYOCF, U. S. Naval Academy , Annapolis, ida:ylai:d 21402 14 C4N1nOll1NG o(IICC uAxr .MO ACOntfJ /0. ntro~T OATt Naval Material Coc:nand ,,, ~, S ~,!Yl~ : Energy Research & Development .. t /l. MuN6tnOrr.cc3 CRDC=J1^I'. ~0l ~~ T, i??or: tnry ~ (:JMI':CI•/N6 .4,1ST AOOTC1L/1 (aL~r-w1 /nr C...+.vlfba C/!1</) I3• 1CCVFITT ClL3(. (./ v./. .*.e.) Energy-Environment Study Group UNCLASSIFItiD U. S. Naval Academy, Stop lid Annapolis, Maryland 21402 '~ i~M~~~~/CA110M OO~MGw~O/M0 Hydrogenation Synthetic natural gas Hydrogasif.ication Waste conversion ~ Q . Pyrolysis . Methanol tiioconversion Kl ~•~ ( / ti~~ Sc•cc~ I n
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50331 0611 TI) 897 Waste I)inpasal Go y+rrr.. C`.~ .r.~, `xD ti-~ts~ ..:J E S ...... t,Z. JI N"''t~ r •r..-~•....•nf-+n.y •._v. a[w tsa.:r ilw 1969 147 ?6 ;as VcSdcYLlty af CwZi£ctraia Bcrrkaj'.c7, co13.f. ~ '~ ~! n (? (l (1 Cl i} 2
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50331 0615 ~ TD j 897 i In -. .. • L~s•. •~.•. .,:.. . . . ~ . .. . . . Waste Disposal Z1Y`TOJSTr',Y-E!:a itIM: ';Sp Fc: ' r h . .y G~•,~ ^...... . ~= t.t.. . .. , o 1.969. b r~:! 1 (i L:'ciE',z~ SVAL.ca 1969 62 `fC.`.~,~jo t t
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50331 0612 ' • ' i.~....'~.'.''si.Cr'..~.~.~..~s.~..~_ . .._..~_~.._~_.~._....C~.~-....._...4......~~~AL....~...~u._.~. - TD 897 Waste Disposal . GQ . G*3uCICO, C. 0. ~+: ~1 s t n ~• : : i-s ~ CV.:L`i::.1.1.rlwlYfu :1jV4~LJ CP.~ JJ~y. .Tt n L. C. 7.:`•a 9 245 P..r~zi U"LvevuiCy o£ Csl± feL-n:.e S~rkr lc:y , C*lff. 0 t~l • n Cl O . !.) "- . . .. - . . . ' ~ ,,
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.-e Waste disposal. Joslyn, 14aynaid Atexander,1404- Food proceusing operations: their mana;ement, mschines, Vtacri.aln, end n:cthods, by Maynsrd A. Joslyn and J. L. tisid, in collaboration with selected autt:oritic:s oa thc nsa3gement, taachiues, materiala, cud methods of the food induatry. Westport, Conn., Avi Pub. Co., 1963- v. i11az. 24 cm. Xncludea bibliography. 0
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WASTE DISPOSAL/PYROLYSIS/SEIIAGE TREATNtED1T/FUEL/ TD 897 Am 1978 Solid Wastes and Residues `Conversion by Advanced Thermal Processes ~ Jerry L. Jones and Shirley B. Radding, EDITORS SRI International 50331 0618 S E R 1 E S rA~CS SYMPOSIUM I I A symposium sponsored by th, A MIR 1 C A M C NjM 1 C A l: o c# r r r ~ n C~allifocnia, ~farch 13-17, 1978. s Chemical Socieryl Anaheim, Mceung of the Amencaa WASHINGTON. 0. C. 1978 Chcmi.ccry at the 1 5 ch ~ ' -*.~- Division of Environmental
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50331 0620 * Ref T 55 Waste disposal La lc, LA13oR4TORY WtSTE DiSi'4sr.I, W,NUAL- 2nd ed. Septea:ber 1969 A%6 Yz&es t•t,nalufartit rtnz Chc-mS.etr3' Wary.hir.gton, D. C. :r,ecc9.ct-Lon, Zuc. ~c,nnn~-~o9 5:~3
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50331 0613 •- Noise Control Act •,Occupationaf Safety and Health Act •)(Resource Conservation and Recovery Act or ySolid Waste Disposal Act • Safe Drinitincd Water Act (as amended through November 1977) • vtoxic Substances Control Act LA,•:S & LEG ISLATIO'7,/r :aTi:R--P0T.I,UTIO\--L!1+-15- ~/ ;OLID !~' IST::I' AIR--POLT.UTIQ1v--T.A':S/'::1STI; 1)ISPf1SAT,/~L"~.~t`,?'~4? 1CT/ FEDERAL REt;U1.ATInpIS/ •- Clean Air Act (as amended through November 1977.) •. Federal Water Pollution Controi /1ct as amended by the Clean Water Act of 1°77 (plus amendments through November 2, , 1978.) ' •eNationai Environmental Policy Act , ~ T ENV ~~~liIL:NTAL ' c~ S~°~'~~' ~ '~ ~ ~ :S 1979 n nn cjcja~ ~ Government institutes, Inc. „ /
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50331 0578 RA 576 C1 1977 AIR--POT,T.UTION/WATER--POLT.UTInN/;dI;STE. IWIJS•iRIAL/CqphIrrAT S--TOXI AUT[,o[fls, R4cii~rC~UilCllnfo~'mation l7 J. G. Clelarrd and G. L. Kingubury COLOf>Y/ :1. "~ ~ L....- L..,. ~ 7 s• ~; . L 5. [iEPONT DATE I~'ove )r7_ 6.PF.rUcrr.lING ORGnNG';TroN CoGE Nultirnedia;I:nvironment :l Goals for Lr,rironment,zl Eu;sessJ7ientf Volume I Volume lI. MEG C-iartu and TOXICOT.OGY--ACUTF. TnXICITIES//I'OLLUTION CONTROL/ ,.l.aru,l 4 r4V. ~2. LPA-G00_ f'1-=13G;t;~ 4 TITIE ANl) SU~ITI' E V~ 9.rEHrONh11NG OFtOqNIZATION hqf.lE ANO AUGHISS Re3earch Trianvle ri~titute P.O. Box 12194 1Rcsearch rf'riangle Park, North Carolina t 27709 12. SPUNSOf11NG /.GENCV Nlkrt;E AND AOC)fiESS BPA, Office of Research and Davelopment lndu3trial Environmental Research Laboratory Research Triangle P;irk, NC 27711 J5. hc[,[`Ufit.lirlG W,GANIYATiON V::FOiiT P. 10. Pa(,GnAR,-t: L.a;t riri:p- LIII;G23A 03-02• 2G12 , W.A. 10 1 1. TYPI3 Of liCP(INT ., .r) PCtilOp COVEREi 1'a rl: Fin^l.; 3-10/7_7_ 1G. ;;PUN$(,f1111~(i l1Gl NCY COOC-- EPA /G0,') /13 9 [s.surP[Er wl{Vrrl olficei' ft~T' tht~~ Js T. Xa;111 •~ t~~3, i I?rop 61, 919/541-2851. ~_--_
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TD a97 El 1977 VAST"" DISpUSAL/RADIOACTIVI: 4lt1ST}: DISPOSAL/F;A'CER--]'OLLt'7TIOPt/ r r ~ ; SO,& for 01 ~ ~ f 1 / VU Lntc-'rs Proceedings of :& symposium held 11-13 March 1975 at the TVA National Fertilizer Development Ccnter, Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and cosponsored by the Soi/ Science Socicty of America, American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Seciety of America, Tennesgee Valley Authority, Americaii Soc;ety of Anricultural Fnc;ineers, Thc Institute of Ecology, Society of Americao Foresters, Society for Range Manaye- ment, and Soil Conservation Society of America. Editoriat Comrnittc-2: /L. F. ELLIOIT, co-editor ° F. J. STE VE NSOPJ, co-editor 0 C~ C) ~ fl 1) 0 7 C. R. FRINK R.R.HILL• C. C. HORTEMSUN E V. J. KILPv7ER PJ.h9OA1KE G. ViETS; JR. t Publishcd by Soit Scienca Society of Americ, Anrcrican Socicty af /\gronomv; Crop Scienc-:~ Society of Americ h'!adison, Wisconsin USA 1977 ,
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50331 0625 _ TD 897 Am 1973 Articles from Volumes 4-7 of ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Collected by Stanton S. Miller, Managing Editor An ACS b"Idepring. CoNs."..Zinn American Chemical Society Washington, D.C. 1973 0 6 0 d n 0 0 ?_ 5 3 A SEhIAGEDTREATMENT%EL~ 00
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50331 0626 ~tztional Car.ners Association, Research Lauoratories A GUXDE FOR 14AST1: M&N1.CliliEPiT IN TH$ YC~M P',:.^.^ESSING 7:'EIv'ST".I:S 1969 VariouSly paged t.uti.onA Canners t?3sh::nt,tor., 1). C. ASsoclatlC:l n
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0331 0609 WASTE DISPOSAL/ 79 III Re2-81 S.P. TECHNICAL REPORT DATA (Ifeatr rr.d /.urrctio»t on rhe nrern DtJore [oiwn(rilnt' t. AE~OAT y0. A S. RECIPIENT'S ACCESS~O~NO. EPA-600/2-80-156 I K,;: *2 '% 0c^ 7 2 TITIE ANO SU{TME 156. REPORT DATE • . Dioxins: Volume I. Sources, Exposure, Transport . PERfORMING ORGAN/2ATION NAME ANO AOORESf PEDCo Environmental, Inc. 11499 Chester Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45246 June 930 and Control Dioxins 2,3,7,8-TCOD oDE Environmental biology ~~E~D~TND. ),At~TMOAiEI M. P. Esposito, H. M. Drake, J. A. Smith, and Chemistry T Health effects , W. Owens H azardous wastes 110, INV4NAM r NO. 188610 N A / A N Contract No. 68-03-2577 12. En?NEOIUNG AGENCY NAME ANO AOOAEff 13. TYPE OP IIEIOHT AND PEAIOO COVEI~ED Industrial Environmentai Research Laboratory 1t,sPONS0i1ING AGENCy CODE Office of Rese4rch and Development U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA/600/12 Cincinnati Ohio 45268 Organic chemicals 1E.EUPPIEMENTANY NOTEf Pesticides; Herbicides Volume I of a three-volume series on dioxins Oiodeterioration Toxicology ,.A AAc Waste disposal Concern about the potential contamination of the e14VtfV#,1A1C11L Ur u, aenzo-p-dioxins through the use of certain chemicals and disposal of associated wastes orompted this study. This volume reviews the extensive body of dioxin literature that has recently become available. Although most published reports deal exclusively with the highly ~ toxic dioxin 2,3, 8-~DD, Soma~ino~de information on other dioxins. These latter ry 1_ repfttsii~re(~aug~ o so=ZhaYa ddcument covering dioxins as a class of chemical V ttJJ compounds cou d be prerjred.
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50331 0629 1 , TD 897 Un 1974 WATER--TREATMENT/ WASTE DISPOSAL/ PROCESS D:;S(C:N MANUAI. / rO~a ySLUDGF. Tt?EATN'tl:NT AND DISPOSAL EPA 625/1-74-C06 U.S. ENN'[1:ONMENTAL 1'P.O7.'E, CTION AGENCY Tccimolob f Transfer Oclobcr 1974 , F n n a ~~a.r~ ;a_ .
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-. .- - ..r.- .+. . - .-k-+r- -.. 50331 0636 c• Waste disposal Rosa, R. D. ItdBUSTitIAL WG.STC llISPOSA.L 1968 340 Pages Reinhold Uook Corparetioa New York 0 6 _ n n n, t1 U?_ .5. 49
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50331 0634 - - _....~ Waste disposal ptj.C!~I!:::, Rohc.,'xt POL?.crf:'0N ('ASTC.OL (Ck:err+icr.l Procerzs t'foaogLc'ph rio. 10) 1965 207 Pages piopsa lk:valepsaent Corp. Pear1 River, tle:a York ~ r._.~-....--...r.. -. . . . . :. ,_ . . .•.~ .
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U d S G U U ~ U U'Y 0 0 •ad L99 „`+1s"' ms T Z96`t `• 6YA •oX ooisj.,TTqM gozAxos aatvax *ztqra •9•n) 6•0-a •no.La:zxsvr+ 'aroraamw 7%'WLarK aWs MM AD srarzu22Msa :~~Y.*n:IOa grr •exTe.csV aYTQrod Pu* eAZjwTeZFn 30 aaZt=0 8 to.:lao3 ooi14RTCod XTV sos so112a0 Y'oaoTzndi TesodSTV aovM . Lt90 lfEOS
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50331 0632 . . , . _ F ~ - ~ ~ R + + WASTE DISPOSAL/TdASTE,,INDUSTRIAL/ F.NVIRO:~TMENTAL TF.CH110L0(:Y HAAA)ROOK N0. 4/ TD 897 Po 1976 2 C. 1 fQ V V 10 DISPOSE OF vfOXIC SUBSTAN CES AND INDUSTRIAL WASTES Philip W. Powers 'NA , 1 ' w,'% 1{ I f) n!~ f} l) ~~ ~~s NOYES DATA CORPORATION P.rk Ftidpe, Now Jersey London. England 1976
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. l TECHNOLOGY /FOP.ECA STINC/ENERGY/tiF.ALTIi/?lEDICINF. /TRANSPORTATIO!~/ FOOD/CROPS/BFNAVORIAL SCIENCE/SdASTE DISPOSAL/P'nISE/CIGARETTES--SELF-LIGIiTI;' CONSTRUCTION/ENVIRON~fE*1T~ ~ _ T I f! ~ 20 . .m.~' tl "i Ro 1976 . A FORECAST 017 'I'IlU WORLll AS WE \VILL KNOW IT IM'n1iE THE END OF TIM CENTURY BY STC~'~-~EN ROSEN ILLlST1UTION'S 13V l~llr: l.li 1H1 \)Ahlilth ll\l:. SIMON ANll SCIIUSTI,11 • N]EW YORK 0 E, (1 n : n R n ,
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, II MeA -81 HAZARDOUS WASTES/WASTE DISPOSAL/ S.P.2 REPORT 60CUMENTATION 4L RE~ ~- - ---~ s . PA~G `E . se+a .ne susnn. Guide to the Disposal of Chemically Stabilized and Solidified Wastes Phil Malone, Larry Jones s. ..•tonwM4 orr"i:.aon N.m. .«w Addros. Environmental Laboratory U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment StatLdn Vicksburg, Mississippi 39180 5Q331 0623 1 R.dpMnt's A4oswaw Ma P681 1815A5 LGR*pMpt MtR ~eDtrlb_~r 1980 4L a het.mieg Q.Rpusafbw R"t Na ia. .m«vr..awerr Ww N.. AL Cener.dtC) .. GsnKG) No. CpEPA-IAG-04-0569 eo 3L Soo.+se+i.+t ors.nwtbn N.n.. .ntl A6drsf . 11' Type ef R.poat & r.ne4 Covrft0 ihited States Fhvironmental Protection Agency 4% OEfice of ~search and Developnent draft-indefinate ~ _ Municipal Fhvironmental Fesearch laboratory 14 Cincinnati, Chio 45268 Ztie "Gu,ide to the Disposal of Chemically Stabilized and Solidified Wastes" provides guidance to waste generators and regulatory officials in the use'of chemical stabilization/solidification techniques for limiting hazards posed by toxic wastes in the environment. The current state and performance of hazardous waste disposal and long- term storage techniques are discussed.. In addition to a discussion of major 0 ~S (' (-i ri n n 7 'S X & !
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50331 0617 ~ T 55 Un 1979 ARCHER • . .4 - ~.- "° HAZARDOUS WASTES/LIABILITY INSURANCE/ -- -- -- ~--- - - -~-- ~---~--- LAWS & LEGISLATION/U. S.--LAWS & LEGISLATION/WASTE DISPOSAL/ 9 1 818110GPAPNIC DATA 1• R•'poa \o. c 2 I 3. Recipi`nc's Acccs ioa \u. SMEET ` C' ) 1,-7 c~.. J. u arau~c:a! HAzarrlcw Waste 2!anagement Issues Pertinent to • 5. Ncpocc UAcc rbvemher 1979 ~ Section 3004 of the laCFtA of 1976 + b. i 11. Awe«Isl a. Vcr(ocmins O:yaoi:ation Repc. ~ No. li. Ptt(o cin~ ~~rac: ti\ar.. a ti.1J~. ~ti~erna~iona~ ~ eseai,ch and 2~eclv~ology Cozporas.on 10. Nrojeccil'ia<Jtiork Uncc ao. Old $pl:ing!]OUSe P0.3d Mrl,ean, VA 22102 ll. Concact/Gtanc No. rPA Nr _ 1_n~- lb Sponso:in:O:janitacion \aret aed AJ•:.taa 13. Tlpe cf Repore u Pcciod EPA, EIdZAltibtls Waste MA[iagC'1sent Division Coreetd i Office 0 solid Was;,e (F7Y-565) - -lazard°us Waztes FTashingtron. D.C. 20460 Financial R,esponsibility - Gontinuity of Operation 13. Srppleneotst,r Xoas Liability IiLSU.L•dl1C9 EPA Project Officer - 811en O'Bayle .. Qantingency Plan Standards ~ . . I I. . . ' ' . ~ f) ., n r; U 0 . .,
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~. .•..o<.~: " (~l ~ ~ ry .ar+:~e~sre>xeastrr.mn~++ i7 towing a few sound manacJament principles can rninimize adverse consequences of applying wastes to the land E. LARSON, J. R. GILLEY. and D. R. LINDEN 06 0 o n fa 0 .2 13 3 4 50331 0621
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tPU331 0616 ; •.WASTES, IND WASTE WATER r STRIAL/WATER--POLLUTION /WATER--PURIFICATION/WASTE TREATMENT/ : -DISPOSAL/POLLUTION--WATER/WASTE DISPOSAL/AIR--POLLUTION/ roceedings of the'30th I INDUSTRIAL WASTE CONFERENCE , . 7 and 8, 1975 (1311 pp.) . May 6, , ~~' - f~l ~, ~ Purdue University z ~~y Lafayette, Indiana •,. The Purdue Industrial Waste Conference is under the direction of: The School of Civil Engineering The Division of Conferences and Continuation Services in cooperation with the Indiana State Board of Health Indiana Stream Pollution Control Board ~ r i ! )ANN ARBOR SCIENCE; PUBUSHERS INC i P.O. BOX 1425 • ANN ARBOR. MICH.481C5 t Indiana Environmental Management Board n Ind' na QepaKtmeQt of•NaturaLr~tesources nlnd~na'Sectlon of-the'An>tirican Water Works Association . ~
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Waste Disposal Lawrew:e, i3an (cd.) FOOI) JAuN0 BIOCtiMUNE33nI`iC - nMa'fENTA:. A.D MMJS'1'RIAY. ASPEC:S, hv Cr:zi ~.aNrenco au.c± i:. J. l:rn+c1 (Chemical En,,ineo:.inp Prooresa S3•mpo::ium Series Vol. 67 (yc. 103)1971) 1971 Amer icrn Instituta of Chc;M6ccl Es3inE.t~re 183 Pa ;es Ne:r Ycrk _ ,...._..._,...,,. C~ ~i. !1 f) C? . fl ~) ^ =i ~{ ~
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i'iicrcfichc ~ , i Rh % (1963) uWaste Disposal Tch:de T.aJ.end, Covexucr'o Tactc Forcc cu fi~ 'tae r..ar..+ ~+, C•rp ~I~.t'.~:;~n.) .Gt~JI`.et~JI`. 1:...:.i~...~: riaT*T L.n~~.. .. 1968 93 heges U:3Iac:a Is1F.nd Stetwi4e Goimprell:EnsIve 'rri"u;.pogtat4on .and Ls.:u1 U:,°e Plsnniug Frc;,raa 0 -. -...,.;,.r--~.....,,~ .. - - ~h.~~n-' 0 0 2 .~-ch
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L r, F G tj t+ _ u, U (; -(-) ~ _ . T,,i1 z D ~ ~....-.. .„., ~ • . Z=J j Y f.??.~T ~it! J: {)I..-:14!3`~ v ll..~ a+ J l'~ `lV'+L~iuiltLUa h190 lEEOS Th:.Tll 471T - ts'. 1:M
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WASTE, INDUSTRIALj' SF.SdAOE DISPOSAL/ It POLLUTION TECHNOLOGY REVxEW N0. 62/ WASTE DISPOSAL/ TD 897 Si 1979 I L {""`i Y t3 ® F I L C.. ® M ~ fl ® S 6'k LL. ~.D~ F f HAZARDOUS WASTES - AND SLUDGES Marshall Sittig NOYES DATA CORPOiIAT1ON Park flidflo, Nsw Jorssy, U.S.A. 1979 _ - _._....._..«...-. .__.r.............~-.-+.r~... ..a-•~r ~ ...~~.w.~..~.~.......r.•.•..-.-•. .... , ..- .... . ~`~ 4~ ? Q6 nt~ n o 0
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50331 0637 r GLUCOSE--PRODUCTION/C LLULOSE=-FERMENTATION/CELLULOSE--DEGRADATION/ FOOD--PRODUCTION/AGRI ULTURAL WASTES--RECYCLING/ WASTE DISPOSAL/ ENERGY RESOURCE QD Utilization and Recycle 3sh of Agricultural Wastes 1980 and Residues . Editor Michael L. Shuler, Ph.D. Atsociate Professor of Chemical Enfineennj and Food Science and Technology CorM11 UniverSity Ithaca. New York CRC Preu, laK. Boca Ratoe.Ftoeida 0 6 n n n n
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i0331 0624 ' - WASTE DISPOSAL/WATER--POLUTIOY/WASTE WATER- DISPOSAL/• TD ULTI1Mr,TE DISPOSAL OF WASTE1yATi:I:S g4? AND THEIR ht:SIDUALS, IIn f Sponsored by the 1973 fiationa{,Fy/mposium RESEARCH TRIANGLE UNIVERSITIES April 26 and 27, 1973 Duke University hlorth Carolina State University - 'Jnivcrsity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Edited by F. Eugene McJun!<in and P. Aarne Vesilind JS. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY • Region IV In cooperation with the American Society of Civil Engineers American Water Resources Association Universities Council on Water Resources Water Pollution Control Federation U e, n o n * o 0 2 :; Conference Secretariat WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF THE UNIVEFiSiTY OF NORTH CAROLINA 124 Riddick Building •~ 7 North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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50331 0631 TP Waste Disposal 156 Po I'oo? c, J. , . r•-- -. LCti b y V T • ~I o n,...~ .-~ 1 ~ ..l~. .e.. . rC'vIi) Z~~ '" UV4~r ~I VL+L• L•~ • ~.~.-.. D. 1465 1C03 pr_gcs Har i•'I,jea':y's 5t:.:¢ionary O-Z£3cc Loa.:on 0 n q 0 on, - ~ i3 A
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50331 0644 - ~ TP 370 Waste disposal. ~ Un (1. i. i?nn^,rt1h2^c of .1^ric'.`If'<rC, A~ricul`.uxra' 4cE.,i;.rch 5er•Y )_<.e c?I;u;Y LF?'Z1,rZLr~..! Cn.n ~~~ ::~~L, GRIVs.a>tIT or• HAaYr.nT.n, cc;uLXP PnRx, MJ1RYl.t.Nl1, ,Suna 2-3, 1970 11970 136 ."a ;es .,actsi^,~tor., D. C. (? 6 .C~ n ri ri t. 2
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50331 0641 ..x..~,_.:~..~.:..:.~. - _ _.. ~TP ~986 Waste Disposal 1St Stuud!n~;er, J. J. P. DISPOSAL OF PLASTICS WASlB AND LITTER Y..d... ..t~.. _..~..~ •.. .. .. .. r! ••fonograph A'o. 35) 1970 100 P3ge3 iozfety of Ciienical London Xndustry 0 _...........~,-.~.., ..,,,.~.,z•.,_.~~.~,.....-, .. e_~*,. Q _n , tl, t~ ~l 7 ,. tJ' 'i
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50331 0650 Waste disposal. n ;-0 t1 n * t) C ?.
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1 WASTE DISPOSAL/HAZARDOUS WASTE/LABORAT'lES~~AFETY--DESIGN/ 50331 06418 . . : T~ 55- Wa ` 1980 SAFE HAME)"LING of Chemical Carcinogens, Ntutagens, Teratogens and Highly Toxic Substances VOLUME 2 edited by DOUGLAS B. WALTERS Technical Programs Manager/Cf+emistry Brandt National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (USDHEW) Reuarch Triangle Park, North Carolina ANN ARBOR SC! ENCE PUBIISHERS INC iTHE BUTTERVVORTH GROUP 0{~ R(1 fl U i~ ?=
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50331 0642 WASTE SS Su 1979 COMPLLAhICE ANALYSIS roceedings of the Hazardous Wastes/RCRA Seminar GOVERNMENT INSTITUTES, Inc. : DISPOSAL/LAWS & LEGISLATION/ RESOURCE CONSERVAT!ON AND RECOVERY ACT: December 6, 1978 Washington, D.C. Edited by Thomas F.P. Sullivan Attorney, Washington, D.C. and President, Government Institutes, Inc. I 0 h 0 0 n tl 0 .. ~
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61 :' - - L / /97/ a0, c", / e,.~r.~ . Cf/ '~ ~ .~.' / L'ii/'tf w ~ . .Pr,~ ~ ~ ~ V'~[/ ~t'~'~. /~ ~ ~, ~~~ ~ I - -= 1,rVL«f„ THE ~~ ' ifCf11QLQGY ASSESSMIEUT I ~IAfMIMGIONOeL11AT/0N3 l,iETHODGLOGY i 0 h ~ ontnct o.. 26 L. ~, DlslriDuled Dy: ~ Contract Spotiaor: t)ST f~. `S Project No.: 1310 ` (UDUT['!!iL) a-~ (1 JUNEt197e3 DAVID H. RI C1N &%Wnet TecAniat In/ar-a: an Sernice ~ OEPARTti.ENT OF CCN6IEP.CE Sprietfield, Yiqir.ie 22151 MTR-6009 Volume 4 50331 a585
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i 50331 06146 TOXICIT1l-.-CNEHICAL CO?iPOU"1DS/NOISE--POLLUTIOV/IlASTE DISPOSN SAFETY Cl1IDES/PESTICIDES--SAFETY STA!dDARDS/ NIOSH TH & SAFETY GUIDE FOR PESTICIDE FOR.`(Ui.ATORS/ U. S. NA IONAL INSTITUTE FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH/ EF1 (NIOSS) PUBLICATION NO. 77-100/ 9si HEALTH AND SAFETY GUIDE Un ~q~ j FOR PESTICIDE FORMULATORS * ..r..-.~.....-is.~ ~ k,& c..W..w. w w...a l(.S,N.r..r ..r.... a..r.w.+ s+." o~.M.+ .......~.~ s....o. a.~r..~ o....~a n.. ,vs ~ W. M M. •w....r W-. • . 6...+...~ M+ti OAe.. Ir .., ..6 ..~. D.C. 7MM ~ ,A : 1. -% 0 6/1 0 n n 0 2' 5 5 9 -- ~ ...
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50331 0649 , , . t. • '. t _ .•4 f POLLUTION CONTROL/LAWS .& LEGISLATION/FEDERAL REGISTER/ WASTE DISPOSAL/ Q (1Cr'1k AZARlJV US lwa WASTE!~ HANDBOOK 1980 Tom Watson, Ridgway M. Hall, Jr., Jeffrey J. Davidson, and David R. Case 0 . GOVERNMENT INSTITUTES INC. AUGUST 1980 • N
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50331 0647 WATER--TREATMENT/ WASTE DISPOSAL/ TD 897 Ve 1979 TIZEATMENT AND DISF-40SAL OF J"TASTEWATER SLUDG~S , . y ~ Revised Edition JANN AP BOR SCf ENCE PUBLISHERS INC P.O. BOX 1425 • ANN ARBOR. MICH. 48106 P. AARNE VESILIND lleparlmcnt of Civil Engineering Duke University Durham, North Carolina
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--- TP 370 Waste Disposal Un U. s. DcpaxtaenL of Intericr, rcas.•zal NATIONAL Sl`:4?QS'a?;•S 4N rGUD Ar1ri.L 6-:3, 79fU, For.tlz•±id, c)r.atrn , v" I`.sc•.ral ro12.utioii ConLro3. Reqea-rch Serins) 3.9?t. /n0 P:: ,;^.a i1:Y?.3itf.n Ston, iT. C. ,.
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TD 897 Un 1976 IdASTE DISPQSAL/POLLUTIOid CONTI:OL ... L ; ...,.~ . ~ . ~ s lf'~' .~ -_~ c~e4 Li September :3-15, 1976 St. l.ouis, Missouri Sponsored by: Office of Research and Development, Office of So:id Wast-~ A'[anammcnt Proarams U.S. Lnvironnsental 1`rotccticm Agency Environiner,tal Quality Systcins, Inc. lnformation Transfer Inc. --50331 0628 - I'rocecd~ngs of ttt~ NATION.AI. C::OZ'FI?REti Cs; ON DISPOSAL OF RESIDUES ON LANIL
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50331 0651 a Waste disposal 1)1:i:'iJ.'ie:14 (!le Yt,.U'%X`..'$ 1:Ebf.T~S, Lic~t31ct6, SO~Id3, ra~_oo, A 5ympocitrz pxcecntccl ct Chc r:.CK:Mi 1-i6Ci:a.Y1s, Z:uy r.rt:1aUL•*j:C/i:qi~tl, GN.k'1way 1968 240 Page3 Ghwacca Fublichia; Corapsny, , Inc. F:cw Ycrt: ...~ ~...f~..
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50331 0638 r. .t AIR--POLL83-7ZON--LAWS/ WASTE, INDUSTRIAL/ POLLUTION TECHNOLOGY REVIEW NO. 63/PYROLYSIS/I•.TA.°iTE DISPOSAL/ TD 897 Si 1979 Y vi c Q q YE '~~ AY Y 4'~' ~m ~~ ~br%Rlmu'"u" %`3a U rhrlL vFu A 7. AF"i" u n ~~ W A 37 T 1; -:- S - AK LD " ~L ~D G E S Marshall Sittig NOYES DATA CORPORATION hark kiidqe, New Jersny, U.SA. 1970 14, j,x Z ~a ~ ) -- - Q f~ tl f~ !1 ~ tl ?. 5~~ ; /Lq e ~ ~.~i~( ~1//: I
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50331 06y3 POLYCIILORINATED BIPHENYLS--F000,'TRIS/FESTICIDF.S--TOXICOLO(;Y/ FLUOROCARRONS/HEART--I)ISEASI:S--STISTICAL ANALYSIS t OCCURR>•:NCE/ AIR--POLLUTION/WATER--POLLUTION/ENF:RGY /POLT.UTION/CANCER--GFAGRAPHICAL/ LUNGS--CANCER--STATISTICS/STATISTICS--HEALTH/POPULATION/~•r:STE nTSPOSAL/ WILDLIFE/MINING AND MINERtCLS/OCEANS/OIT. SPILLS/0Z0NF./CARPO?V MONOXIDE/ NITROGEN OXIDE/SULFUR DIOXTDE/ ; RA 410 Un 1977 ey~~!~ro-nmantal qu,~.l I* t'-y-1977 the eighth annual report of the council on environnienlal quality U. -_F";VIR_Ot'M?.NTA1. OUALITY/ december 1977 Gv__1__ a - ~~. - -
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50331 0671 WASTE TREATMENT/SEWAGE TREATMENT/WATER--POLLUTIO:v/ TD . DESIGNERS GUIDE TO h'AS'! E WATER 897 Ad TREATMENT EQUIPMENT • 1977 ' ~ Advanced Follution Control Pulalications P. 0. Box 38-1222 Miami, Fla. 33133 . 0 6 v Q n () () 2 !~ 8 4
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Yr• y'r s ~ - ~p Sr 1? M-f- CONVERSION OF ORGANIC SOLID WASTES I f6 47 INTO YEAST An Economic Evaluation i .. ~ This report was prepared for the Bureau of Solid Waste 1lanagement by Floyd H. MeZZEr IONICS, INCORFO RATFa 50331 s t ~ 0656 .
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50331 0640 ~897 Waste~Disposal ISi -a Y.sY.f•~aY 7 ^ ~ ~•~V, (.•l.s.:lLiiOT d~ i=ts: c7.7i•.~• SD ., . . .r ~. ~ a.
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50331 0670 II Me4 -74 RESOURCE RECOVERY..A Status Report. S.P. 2 FEDERAL ROLE IN SOLID WASTE :MANAGE"TENT..EPA's Grants & Contracts. .*NASTF.,;RUBBE~'Kti-bto;r8tpURg,*ourq~ . NCRR BULLETIN, Volume IV, Number 1, WINTER, 1974 National. Center for Resource Recovery, Inc. 1211 Connecticut Ave., N. W. Washington, D. C. 20036
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50331 0660 I S ENVIRON4ENTAL HEALTH/ISF.HAVIORAL TOXICOLOGY/LEARNING/.+IE'tORY/ AtUTAGENL•'SIS/AIR--POLLUTION--IiEALT1i I:rFECT/LUNGS- DISI:ASI:S/ SULFUR OXIDES/CARBON MO"70XIDE/NITROGEN OXIDES/ OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH/WATER--POLLUTION/WASTE DISPOSAL/ RA 445 Un 1977 HUMAN HEALTH AND TFIE ,ENVIROIVMENT - SOME RESEAR.CHI`ELU~'~'J ~ Report of the Second Task h'oi•ce for JR.esearch Plannin ; in Environmental FIealth Science ~ --IU. S. Public Hcuhh Service/Na!i,,nal Institutes of Heaith National In~litute of Er,viron:^i ntal Hcalth Scien.;es llliEW Pt.b!icstiun No. NITi i7-1277 0 6 !l 1l n 0 0 7.a 73
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50331 0b73 WA T F. R--P O1,LL''i' T 0Y/ WATF.R--AKAT,YSIS/tJASTF. TRFATMR?1T/ 3R MANUAL ON WATER , 1's (Fourth Edition) Sponsored by Committee D-19 on Water jAMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS _,.~.~..._-v.vVAi&. :> ~~ ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 442A C. E. Hamilton Dow Chemical Company : editor ~~'`.. AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS '~--~~ q 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 YII A-1 - CY7 U b`' .. .. ~. f! 1) 7:i ~ A ~
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NA';'TF. DISPOSAL/ 50331 0655 II MeA2-74 - 1. kep°rt No. . I EPA-670/2-73--039 C.P ~:?itleanaSubtitle - PYROLYSIS OF SOLID MUNICIPAL WAS_TES* _ 7. A~hor(s) 3. R cirient'a Acccccion Nn Donald A. Hoffman ~ ~13-222 015 9. Fcdornein; Organi:3tion \ame and Address _-.. >. Keporr uete _1973-'-issuinG date 6. ~ ---- 8. F'erfcrming p:ganization Hei;. No. 10. F'roject/Task/4orr Unit X,. 11. Contract/l;nnt \'n. EP--0025G 13. l)'`e of Repott & Yeriod Covercd Final Office of Research & Development Ie. Cinrinnati. Ohio 45268 16. Absuacts I Utilities Department City of San Diego, Cali-fornia lI. Si`ensorinE Organization Name and Address U.S. Environmental Protection Agency . Aational Environmental Research Center The objective of the project was to investigate the products of the pyrolysis of solid municipal wastes; the opticam temperature at which the process should be carried out; the volume reductioit of wastes when pyrolyzed, and the potential of any byproducts produced. Althouf: the wastes used in the experimentation were "typical San Diego refuse", the attempt was made to express the results in terms of yuch units that hopefully, these data would be useful to other communities by adjust- aent in accordance with their own individual solid wastes classifica- tion. Experimental results were favorable in that wasto .•olumes are significantly reduced and the process can be sustained by the inciner- ation of its product(s) if the pyrolyzing equipment used has an over- all thermal efficiency of 60 percent or over. a o 6 n n ~ n. o ?. -* 5, r, .;;
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50331 0653 ~..~..-.-: ~._r..~ t ' a... i,a s T~ Ois~oosg~.~µ sr~• >R~N r.y,E~l/r•roysTk•A~ -OV I~GTIrA E!) s'~CNOGd~fTCTivA~6' CN~l~tllA~i1~OSOf{PTiO ~.4ER~J-T~i/y/r . : d vNOm i'c S fiL r~1Ti ow ~t o~ C a[ A ro`S/~o R rN Q i9RO 4/iV41RIE rerR s F vs~ilrjr/ ;. ~.,. ~.. The Treatment rD 9,97Be- / ~ 9 of Industrial Wastes 9 '"~ Edmund B. Besselievre, P.E. Fellow, American Society Q/ Cfcil Fnginecrs Consallnnt, Forrest & Cotton. Inc., Dallas, Tesas n..
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{dASTE DI SPOSAI./'t;IOl);.TERT.OP.ATIOtti /I'EED:' /FEI:'••TIdTATTO.'1, 1NDUSTRIAL7 PPATEINS--SYNTHESTS/CELL111,OSE--I)EGR_A.TIATIO'c/CT:LLULOSE--BIOLOGICAL TPJI.VSPO}:AiA.TIO.`;! 0 I 74 II Ca S I NGLE-CELL PROTE I N FROM WASTE CELLULOSE ~'~~~ala7 C. D. Callihan and ~ fyrt~.tmin~ OtEanizstion \arnc and Ad.ress Lcpxrtment of Enginecrin Louisiana State Univcrsi Baton Rouge, Louisiana I 16. Abstucts This is the final State University t of cellulosic wast to be used as anin is defined and eva tion; the treatmen preparation employ and product harves analyzed, and flow are presented. _ C. E. Dunlap t PB-2Z3 873 V~ Ij, 5roncorinp Ocganization ~ame and ArU.as £g ty U.S. ENVIRO~dNENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY National Environmental Research Center Office of Research and Development Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 Distributed by: U. S. Departnent of Comrr,crce, - I National Tc~chrical Inforr:ation Service report of a study that was conducted at Louisiana o develop a feasible method for the direct conversion es to microbial protein--a single cell protein (SCP) al feed supplement. The SCP-from-cellulose process luated. Discussed are substrates used for fermentE- t of cellulosics; the organisms and the inoculum ed in the testing; batch and continuous fermentation; ting. Economics of the conversion process are sheets showing the overall pattern of the process 17. Key 1locds and Uocument Analysis. I7a. Desctiptoes Naste disposal, l+'astes, *Recycling,'P.efuse disposal, Economic analysis r..f1r•n.r?r.inr. ..Rinrtr~_rr_+_r•,rnrir.n..*('o1.1..t1ncn_. ~lns.nrrin.. ... OCTOBER 1973 50331 0654 a
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50331 0674 . :.i ~:QR. . .. ~. . Waste treatment Vol. 4, Vol. 7 , 151 3De •. . L3r'.:LuaZ:NTS Itd IP:P.UST2It,L MIG:;OLIOL,O:Y. voiL^;an 1--t3, Proceedir.go of the Gc ;«<zl ticetx^.g of the Societ'y of Iudustxial PiicrQbiology, 16-23 1950-1967 8 Volcwea lm-er.i_can Instituta of BioloLi.al Scien.cca Fla a hf_r.;;ton ~ ~ U •lJ, ~! • . , !:}• , .. . . • . . .. • . -~. . , .. .. . . • .. .. . !. . ...
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50331 0658 I 0 b 0 ,y-i . ao4-A-A a~`" FIRS-0:3ft ~:~A"F"1O:'`I-',.L QN 1,P A C f *rA GA !'~'G I "~S T E S Proceedings September 22-24, 1969 ~ ?S /4? This conference, which was sponsored by .,the Bureau of Solid Waste Management and the Packaging Industry Advisory Co„atiittee, was partially funded by Research Grant No. EC-00324 to the University of California at Davis. The Proceedings (SW-9rg) have been repruduced as qec~eiv ~ i~e :~ ~ha;~r~+pte The "Bureau", as it s t"er~ed Ltirdugh~C /the1e proceedings, is now a part of the U.S. E^,vironr:ental Protection ,
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. .. [vr.C nl. AJf:.ri7E "~"/ryCA 7t?({sNj fd hl. L,•rl,t. Pt~Yslo~oGYl~:1~~F~NOl.or•Y~i'v~.t.ceT~nn!/tal~°SrE ,j>1~rpy~G/• ~IR:~yE ~RE~ r~1 GrJr~ ~ci~ , rG 1~1~1 TCI('`G/R fL•'~ --PaGGC/7 i olU, • ; -rD S 97 ~,~ ~' :~ io 10. iQ17r ~ ano1 V t er a rS E. NV:11tttF.N c!r.t a/ Firh~r.'. J cnd if'i7dr /c Uuivrrsit), Corua:liJ, Ortgon IPITII 1UU!)(1RC)FF n 7 n p IPOIlution ContrGca~ ~-CI~.1iilg.;.;i i~.. ~1':1:ZIZ''\ r s ••' 50331 0661 ' T h hr/•,:rti:r. ,r! c/ fichrrj e.r.7-t i3'i!:Ilile (ir"urn .Stn!; !!rrirrr.ity, (:nrrrlh:, Ure;,on _...,-
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TD 897 Co 1974 ~ ~'~•~e ~ t~~~ ot the Ottice of Solid Waste Management Programs 50331 0666 Fi1~Fr~ F4SflUcC.;/ POLLUTION COaTRGL/' `" arcd ur.dec the di;ection of Vas prep a ° 1I ~,y -~~ d(SW-1271 % e .cauta. nt criteria: cost, institutional factors, resource conservation, decisions: collection, transport, processing, disposal U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 1974 environmental effects . . "'.- '~w . 9 . _ r P. ~vi:~:;l~ ~ Yh~s9 u~ ~7 RCieERT J'.. COLONNA and CYNSfiIA ~:cLARE;~t
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. .._ . . . __. _ __ .. . _. . .__ _.w._. _. _ .. . _ 50331 06 59' T'J 1ti'? iTF S, It?n~;ST;:Ie1L/PQLLLiTIO;:---WATrR.: 897 L'r. _ ~ /'vU,STE DISPOSAL/ I~OLhUTI(~ti GUVTP.OL; 1972 - - 2 C. PCiOCEEDI\'CS T::IPL NATIONAL SY"^'OSILX O\• I'OOD PROCESSiN: wz'.S:;S PDuI. ~, ' : FA-: ?.-72-CiE 1 C. March 28-30, 1972 Nove:~te r 1:7,2 New Orleans, Louisiana fiaticnal Waste TreatWecit Research Progrf~m ~ Pacific Korthwest Water Laboratory 200 S.W. 35th Stre~r , ~ Con aliis, Oregon 97330 i Progrez Elecaeat No. 1B2037 ' j U. S. Eh'VIRO:v^.~1E`1T~1L PROTECTION AGENCY COKVALLIS, GKEGON 97330 },i1G OFFICE 0F'RESrARCH & MnYITORiP: /G i NE:TIONAL ENVIF.J:V*tE*JTAL RES£A-fiCE: CENTER EN'I :JN:SE:~Ts~s. P ;()T::CTION TECFi.'~IDi.OGY SLkIES. 0 r)
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50331 0663 WATER--POLLUTION/.- -- - - TD 897 Jo 1973 XQLLU'rION TECHNOLOGY REVIEW NO. I . 1/VASTE,f-r-DISPC-SAra.r..CONTRQL tN-:,::jHE°=-- FRU1T=} --AND•~- YEGETAgLE —. •INDUSTRY . ~ H.R. Jones 01 NOYES DATA CORPORATION hrk Ridpa, N.w J.rsay London. Er.Qlae+d 1973 R~ ey {/It E E K} 0 (.won n n o?. S'7,,~
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50331 0652 ~3~ /I°-~R D ~iit . .~ w r c~~ ' - . "s•.~.:3 c~ asi1. ~/ ~//J / ~i "/i/ ~ U ?f/ I. v ~~~f n J t ~ s~l~i©~c0~~a~~ f~r7o Biotechnology and Bioengincering Symposium No. 2 BIOLOG!CAL WASTE TREATMENT Presented before the Division of Microbial Chcmistry and Tech- nology at the 160th Nation:+i Jtertinc of the American Chemical Society, Cliicago, Illinoii, September 16, ] 97U CDITO6: RAYMOND Y. CANALE The Uni:-crsily of Jlfichiga.a I ~ t~ nI n n
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..• Waste disposal--Fibliugrnph} 897 50331 0662 lic 4:.nnatt, Ca:y F. A Eiut.XC'G?V,FH'1' 01? L'U::.".S 0:: Ti:E 1??:7Iit0MMILvT' - *_:-^., Sr:i.a) :TliS? E5, Zl,y G;~xy F. l3f:i1F!--Lt Qr.d .fLT~3s 4s'. li')s4:~~''?t A~A , a;`G9 52 FLgca ::yQrf.cen FnatfitutQ af Cheraicg1 WashIngton, D. C. ...]'3ZnQorO Q 6. ;) n n ~ 0 2S - 7 5
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50331 0679 . . ff-~/n'-~ R C?S~' S' Q/O.L DFI l.t,R~ .5.~ t~ l~ ~ tr~'' wA-t7~5 p 1`"1~E-A -r0 g n%~~~ , ~ l V 70 Biotechnology and Bioengineering Symposium No. 2 BIOLOGiCAL WASTE TREATMENT Presented before the Division of A'iicrobial Chemistry and Tech- nology at the 160th National *%lcctin4 of the American Chemical Society, C?zicsgo, Illinois, September 16, 1970 EDITOR: RAYMOND P. CANALE _ The Unic'ersify of Michigan ? :; « ~•
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5p33j 0680 Q 123 Ch 1978 CARBON, ACTIVATED/tJASTF T'P.FAi'~tENT/'w'tiTr:P,--T^F?ATf•SENT/ ADS ITWTIiON [;~rlj I cditcd by ~/A p Ik lal if'1_L'IrC'~P+AAR~"F I~r=iC /~Yr.JIL 1 V. 'L.f rt- ev.n_tv1, i.yri v%..p r . FRED ELLERBUSCH ~('I\--)ANN ~.~ ARBOR Scf ENCrL PuausHMs iNC P.O. BOX 1425 • ANN ARf3OR, MICH.481C6 v Q C~ 10 0 n 1i 0 2 9 9 3.
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i0331 0678 TD 897 Br 1977 1JASTE TREAT:4Eh"T/AIR--POLLUTION/h'ATER--POLLUTION eIE3LIocttAPNlc DATA SHEET 4. Titlo and Subtitle t. rceport no. --Food Processing Waste Treatment 7. (A Bibliography with Ilbstractn) i -or: Robena T. Brotir; n 9. PetforminF Urganrzatioo Satr:e tr.d Addtet+s National Technical Inforsnation Service 5285 Port Royal Road `Springfield, Virginia 22161 12. Sponsoring Organization Name and Address Same s. KeNi.i ~S%PS~77%0;~j'~ S. Report Date --- Tul,,,. 1977 6. 8. Perfortntng UrLnntzncton i. No. 10. Project/T.ak/1:orlc Unit : 11. Contract/Grant No. 13. Type of Keport & f'eriod Covered 1964 - Jun., 1977 14. 15. Suppleroentary Notes SttpeLsedesrVI'j$/L,?$-70/0;~97;; NTISYPS-75/ 4184, and NTIS/I'S-7S/OS3 16. Abstracts I f _L'-
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LNVIROti?7E.tiT/.L fiEALTH/AIR--POLLIITI(1r!/I-:ATER--POi.LUTION/WASTE TRF.ATf+ENT. VOLS.I--XVI/EIBLIOCRAPHY,':GL.XVI/ WASTE DISPOSAL, VOLS.I--XVI/POLLUTIO!7 CONTROL.VOLS. I--XVI/WASTE,INDUSTRIAL,VOLS.I--XVI/tEVERSE OS*!OSIS.VOL.IV/ WATER iC.F.l1^ff? T, VOL. IV/TOXICOLO(:Y--ACUTE TOXICITIES,VOLS.II,V--:CIII/TOXIC SIBSTANCES,VOLS.II,V--XIII/ ( ~ RECOFENDED ?SF.TttODS OF REDUCTION, NEUTRALIZATION, RECOVERY, OR DISPOSAL 897 Un OF HAZARDOUS WASTE. Prepared for 1,jrS. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY. 1973 By R.S.OTTINCER et al. August 1973 Vo1s.I-XL'I Distributed by: U.S.DEPARTNENT OF CO"4tERCE, National Technical Inform. Serv. PB-22458I-PB 224595 VOL. I. SUMMARY REPORT. Vol.11. TOXICOLOGIC:. SUMMARY VOL.111. DISPOSAL PROCESS DESCRIPTIONS. ULTIMATE DISPOSAL, INCINERATION, AND PYROLYSIS PROCESSEE VOL.IV. DISPOSAL PROCESS DESCRIPTIONS, BIOLOGICAL AND riISCF.LLATEOUS WASTE TREATtfENT PROCESSES. VOL. V. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PRWILE REPORTS, PESTICIDES AIv'D CYANIDE COMPOL^:DS. VOL.VI. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CNADIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, YERCURY, ARSENIC, CHF,OMIL^t, AND CADMIUM COt!POiNDS. •- VOL.VII. 'NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CAAiDIDATE WASTE STP.EA,~I CONSITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, PROPELLANTS, EXPLOSIVES AND .WARFARE *SATERI11L. ' VOL.VIII. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUE:dT PROFILE REPORTS, MISCELLANEOUS INORGANIC AND ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. ' VOL. Ix. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS. VOLS. X. IND6STRIAL AND ML'NICIPAL DISPOSAL CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, . & XI. ORGANIC CO`D'OUNDS. VOLS.XII. INDUSTRIAL A"7D MUNICIPAL DISPOSAL CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, i ]CIII. INORGANIC COMPOUNDS. ! VOL.XIV. SU"L`tARY OF WASTE ORIGINS, FORhL,, AND QUANTITIES. VOL. XV. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PLANS. VOL.M . REFERENCES. • ! r i ~ - r ~ ~ ~ ~ 7 r ' 50331 51 06
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EKVIRO\^t£NTAL IIEALTP/AIR--POLLVfIt7'Q/ti,'ATER--POi.LUTI0:7/WASTE TRF.ATNF.NT. VOLS.I--XVI/BIBLIMRAPHY,VOL.XVI/ WASTE DISPOSAL. VOLS.I--7NI/POLLVTIO17 COhTROL,VOLS. I--XVI/WASTE,INDUSTRIAL,VOLS.I--XVI/REVF.UEOSltOSIS,VOL.IV/ WATER TS.EATKENT, VOL.. IV/TOXICOLOC:Y--ACUTE TOXICITIES,VOLS.II,V--XIII/TOXIC SIBSTA`iCES,VOLS.II,V--XIII/ TD RECOFRTtIDED METHODS OF RF.DUCTION. NEUTRALIZATION, RECOVERY. OR DISPOSAL 897 OF IIAZARDOUS WASTE. Prepared for T~S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY. By R.S.0ITINCER et al. AuRust 1973 Vo1s.I-XVI Distributed by: U.S.DEPARTltENT OF CO*WERCE, National Technical Inform. Serv. PB-22458I-PB-226595 VOL. I. SUMMARY REPORT. Vol.11. TOXICOLOGIC:. SUMMARY VOL.III. DISPOSAL PROCESS DESCRIPTIONS. ULTIMATE DISPOSAL, INCINERATION, AND PYROLYSIS PROCESSE! VOL.IV. DISPOSAL PROCESS DESCRIPTIONS, BIOLOGICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS WASTE TREATMENT PROCESSES. VOL. V. NATIONAL DISPOSAI. SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, PESTICIDES . AND CYANIDE COMPOUNDS. VOL.VI. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CNADIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, MERCURY, ARSENIC, CHP.OKIUM. AND CADMIUM COl1POlTNDS. '~ VOL.VII. `NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREA.`t CONSITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, PROPELLANTS, EXPLOSIVES AND WARFARE MATERIAL. ~' • VOL.VIII. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, MISCELLANEOUS INORGANIC AND ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. VOL. IX. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, RADIOACTI%'E HATP.RIALS. QOLS. X. INDfiSTRIAL AND ZtL'KICIPAL DISPOSAL CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, & XI. ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. VOLS.XII. INDUSTRIAL AND PtU:R CIPAL DISPOSAL CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, i XIII. INOR(:A.`1IC CO`tPOUNDS. VOL.XIV. SMtARY OF WASTE ORIGINS, FORMZ, AND QUANTITIES. VOL. XV. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PLANS. VOL.XVI. REFERENCES: • ~ -r--.~ 1: --*- 0 0 50331 0588 n
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50331 0676 T- -/97~ olumc 3, U ~ ~ ~ 1 vY' ~~•4 4y . 1 -..t U R•occcdings of thc R orkshop organizccl and lielrl uudcr thc auspiccs o/ 1he AIChE J(oicr Commiuce Snn Fraucisco, Cali/orliia lilarch 31 •,a pri! 2 19' ~ ~ N k1T'~ ~J L en C;l , wprksho , O ~ p publis;~ed by il ~~,Cf~9 ARi~AN r~iNSTITUTECFC;•1EMICAL ENGINEERS 345 East 47 ^,treet N Y e I w ork. N. Y.. ' C_~1
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31 0665 1 5Q3 _.A - ~ ~ NBS fIAt2DBO0K NO. 121/.U.S.FtiDERAL ENERGY ADMINISTRATION/U:S.NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS/t ~ TJ ! 260 f4 Kr t 1977 ~ d~ ENERGY CONSERVATION/HEAT RECOVERY/ aste~°He~t-- Management Guidebook~r' Edited by Kenneth G. Kreider and I a~CHE N Diichael B. McNeil Office of Energy Conservation Center for Building Technolow Institute for Applied Technolo" National Bureau of Standards Washington, D.C. 20234 Sponsored by: Office of Energy Conservation and Environment Federal Energy Administration U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Elliot l. Richardson, Secretary )qATlONA fy BU~EAII~OFi STAGDAISDS j frneiNm'b~er, "Acting Director rc bYYt Ury 1~~1 7 FEDERAL ENERGY ADMINISTRATION Frank G. Zarb, Administrator 'fNER6Y CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENT Samuel J. Tuthill, Assistant Administrator a
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50331 0612 NEUSE RIVER/hORTH CAROLINA--SdATER/ TD ~ 897 At 1975 REPORT NO. 109 A BARGA! N i NG APPROACH F R PROGRAMM I NG LEAST-COST ..,....ASTE ,, ,TREATMEN-t' AByLONG A RIVER . LALITA D. AIRAN AND J. A. SEAGRAVES Deportment of Economics and Business Agricultural Experiment Station School of Agricultural ond Life Sciences North Corol`na State University ond DAMODAR S. AIRAN Department of Civil Engineering North Carolina State University August 1975 n'i;~'~`4i IiaE t~i~ ~f `'? ! ` ~~~,fi , ~,.~1.:,~ ; ~ ; 111(cd },- , i : .,,I . ~ ~ ~ ~~ ( ~ rfi~ ~ ~l ; . a i
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50331 0668 _ tV~r/ - y , FERMENTATION--MICROBIOLOCICAL INVOLVEMEyT/FERME`TATIOV, INDUSTRIAL/ WASTE MATERIALS, MICROBIAL TRANSFORMATION INTO USEFUL PRODUCTS/ JAPAN--FERMENTATIOV/PROTEIN PRODUCTION FROM FEEDLOT W.4STE/ ETHYLENE OXIDE STERILIZATION/STERILIZATION, CHEMICAL/ MICROBIOLOGY, INDUSTRIAL/ A Publication ujtl,c Svci: tr jur fndustrial,tificrobiulogr DENTISLrrl ~~~~1~~~~ ~ . ~ Vultune 18 Procccdir.gs of the Thirty-Third Gcn0ra! Meeting ofthz Society for lndustriai Microbiolo gy Ileld at 1r1.~ 1; 1".:;;~ .(icU~gla August 1-1-.0, 197(, QR 151 De .1977 J]\T INDUSTRIAL I C H " 0', B-SIOLOGY AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF DIOLOGICAL SCIENCES N'AS/1/W:TU::. f7.C. . t) U 2`~ ~ ~Q".-6 tl 0 0 0 IL
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50331 0669 . . ~ . '_.._.~_ _ ~t.,~.~.~..._..a..__. - - -'...~.~.~....o,~S . p.r~..~s..Y~.......~..~.....a....~_..~ .........r. ~TP , 370 ttiate= Quality Un U S a t pn~ f I . cpar 0 m o r ntericsr, Fe:ieYal :+ater NATIO;M, SY?faOSIU"i (i`•: 'r'oo'{) rAliLyLJL~1J r:.:,~1!'..~, fl\l%'vl.1:.1Jl~a~J, YLi\~J1 1 i..;,r.il 6-8, 19i0, Fc..x_1-.t~:;~, c):*~.)*.: or Qu:.Jlty Po11utic:Y ccn;:vo3. '.:e_~~excti Scric:=} tR71 1100 r;a.;;cr,
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I:~7 ~:4 0 u ii u0 y() uo;s noil 1o .Cli.~a.~tctn uuc;:,~lc).tcl lt:;tt~utun~tnu-~ •S n aµl :~Je;:e~ ~ uotlr:w-jolul _ . .Ct;~uc;t~ ~i ~taucls t~l . )st:~~ Z , st.o Ic.).cu,,tjJ Jo -~:nl~txul ucj:.i~wv :;Cq paaosuoJv, c '~'%~' ~ ;j ~ F~ ~+ 4+ ~; .~~ : ~ J~~ ~uoisno j J ~:- 1i CL 61 V '3Z-9Z I!.td .:J Aj ~.='F ~- S~i1pIS~~ I;:ri; 'Uf ~. ~ `~ j I~,s~IUJi~ :i1Z ~ ' ?~1[ I ! ~ v i.0t, T ,r - :1 (!f; f u o o l LEI. ~~ l.LSi ~. OIil jo LS;t G.L ~;,JttTiZ a,L9~I_1
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50331 0675 = QR 151 Dc 1972 POLLUTI0:1/C; LLJr'LOSE--DEGRADATIO::/CO`f'rliTEZS/,1LrT0*ATI7::/CO\CC:~TR~,:I^:' WASTE TI'.EAT:•iE'..'T/I*.DUSTRIAI. aICRt)BIOLOGY/FEF-'n~:iTA.i0:7, INDCSTRT_AL/ MINE2ALS--`.ICROBIAL TRA.`iSFOR.'-tATIONS/STERILIZATION,CHE'-lICaL/ PESTICIDLS--PiICROBIOLOGY/ A Publication of the Society for Industrial ;lficrobiology DEVELOPMENTS IN, t INDUSTRIAL MIGIZOB-1-0-LOGY Volume 13 Procccdings of the Twenty-Eighth Gencral !1lccting of the Society for Industrial Microbiology Held at Fort Collins, Colorado August 29 - Septcm5er 4, 19; 1 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF EIOI_OGlCAL SCIENCES WASHINGTON. D.C. , [, 6 7 0 6 0 0 9 0 () 2 .~ -8 8 te~~
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50331 0684 ~._ TD =. 897 1 Re Waste Treatment roWliz^ Un? Ver.91-fys h'c :~th cpro?.i•n.n nit-lat.;e, EIiCs O?. .,..,_l*,~ ' l............ ~- ?: 0? 125 Pare5 m5rh,:Mr cara1 tilra 0 .t
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WASTE TREATMENT/WATER--POLLUTION/ American Chemical Society, Audio Courses/ Te Activated Sludge: 897 Stoichiometry, Kinetics, A"' and Mass Balances 1980 by Robert L. Irvine University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN (an introduction to the area of Biological WAste Treatment; 5 cassette tapes + 3 manuals) Manual must accompany tape. One is no good without the other. /?. .D a-v~ 01 6 ri n n o u 9
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~ 50331 TD 0695 ' ~ 897 ~ In Waste treatment O INDUSTRIAL WASTE CONFERENCE, PROCEED7.t:CS OF THE SIXTEENTH, MAY 2, 3, and 4, 1961. (Purdue Univer;aity EnBinFering Extension Series No. 109.) 1962 653 pages Purdue Univer3ity Lafayette, Inciiana 0 6 • 0 tl !1 -,il 0 2 -0.Q t;
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50331 0696 ..-- TD Waste treatment 897 .In INDUSTRIAL WASTE CONFERENCE, PROCEEDYNGS OF T}iE THIRTEENTil, MAY S, 6, and 7, 1958. (i'urde:e University Engineering Extension Series No. 96.) 1959 790 pr,ges Purdue Univercity Lafayette, Indirinn r. • t 0 -- h-' a .n N.: 4' . il. ?,•. 6, 0_. 9.
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50331 0687 i . VnT -1-0 ,.t,u-fi0.a Entfircncnentat PrGtectzoEl i eehnatogy Series TD • April 1973 897 Un 1973 STATE -OF-TH E-ART REVIEW. OF PULP AND PA,PER.W~~~~{.~b''1':;'i~.: ~ PDDL ~. By %In,. . Dr. Harry Gehm Contract No. 68-01-0012 Projects 12040 GLV . 12040 HAR Preparea ror : : { i. ~ ~. OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND MONITORING U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460 h?a • p1e Dp the Supcrtateadent of Documents, U.S. Oorornment Printtng Otiica, F•asbinEton, D.C. X402 Pttoe i7.&S domutto postpold or $2.50 GYO lsootstors t a 0 6 n n n' r, ci 2 6 0 0
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50331 0683 - ~TA Waste Treatment 3897 JRe i Duke Univeraity t' F"OCf:f;DIiZGS C 7 Tfi SLfa'~:II i! S4 ??d 'I'Hi: . . .. T U MUNICIPAL fsl";D 1hJiJ:;Th1ItL WASTL: CONSL:?tGc:CC, by Dul:o L'ni`•zx3ity, Mc+=th CaYol:rs SLcto, and Uni~~~eroity of tlorth C3xo~.ina 1S62 184 Pagen Chriatinn Prtn•in; Gor~gany Qurluum, Nor th Curoli.na ~~ ~ h-r n n f) ~ -9
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WATF.R--PnT.LUTTnV/ xxZI Re-7R hOT~~;~: tht~ Y1Aiecial may 5e ~roteetad by S.P, Co Qyr;~ht tart (Titie 17 U.S. Code) disi'W X'P*R`'EVAPO/tAT10N OF,EFFLUENTS- ~ Juhani Orivuori Eva Sebbas E.Norman Westerberg EK0N0 Oy P.O. BOX 27 00131 Helsinki 1;, Finland ABSTRACT Energy and water balance calculations for the paper manu- facturing process show that system closure leads to dis- charge of high level waste energy, which Is suggested to be utitized for evaporation of effluents. Preliminary cost .. 5033t 0b6 U V This Is discussed in another paper given at this eonfer- tnce (1). Since only a very small part of the energy input is bound to the reaction products, the energy is released at the point of use as secondary heat or waste heat, which has to be transported out of the mill. In conventional pulp and paper processes with high water use the secondary heat is usually reused in the process as warm and hot water supply. At the point of reuse, the secondary heat Is "diluted" with cold process waters and discharged as iow level energy with the process waste water. In closed systems, the demand for secondary heat is low, and therefore the heat sources canoot be utilized in normal way within the mill but will be wasted at the point of their or- igin. Compared to an open system the input energy from a estimates show costs of waste heat evaporation comparable 1 h hi l i l d ll d i bl with costs of externa) treatment methods. g er ve y e ose m; at is waste at a cons dera re y temperature level. It has therefore been suggested by EK0N0 0 b 0 0 n C1 0 79 ? 7.~.,. .~_ ..._.. . .. .... a
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7 50331 069, ~.......~~...... ...~~ ~_ .> __.~ _. _.- ~_ .. _ .,..._.._.,_~ .__._ _.~~ ~. TD 897 In Waste treatment IN!?USTIiIAI. :.ASTF. CONFOFEt:CE, PACIFIC t:Or T}I~dEST - PROCEEDINGS OV THE EL1:VENTH, MY 9-10, 1963. (Oregon State University Engineering Experiment Station Circular No. 29.) 1964 303 pRges Oregon State Un.i.versity. Corvnllia, Oregon O I
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50331 0694 TD 897 In Waste treatment Itil)U57T.IAL F:ltSTi: CONFEF.,?:1.^~E, PI:dCEED,*.t;CS C? Trt3 hIh::xEOTit, MF.`f 5, 6, sad 7, 1964, PAI1xS I fztd 2 (Purcita3 Univernity Enyineerinr Faitenaacrti Sni~ics y0. II7. ) 1964 2 volo. a esrduv Unfyaaalty Lafa3 yo'r.to, Inc3ic•na 0 ..- ~.,--.~._..~,....,~,.._,
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S0331 0693 liaste treatsent + INO<i3?RIAL WASTE COttPgREtiCE, n-ocatdiaga of the ~ * Fiftcanth, ti :y 3, 4, and 5, 1960 ~ eFurdua Univeraity Enginaoring Ertension Series ..o". 106) 1961 624 p.gs pur4oo University i.alay.tte, Iadisna 0 0 u 2 6 0 6
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50331 0703 ,. j TD 897 Na Waste treatment. :Iattonal Ccnaers A.ssaciation, Research• Laboratura.e.s A GUIDE i'OR tlASTL 2&NkGr:!•1ENT IN 'IHE FCOD PRQC.::,~,SIi;G :.NDiJ.3Tt:Z'::S 1969 Variou;ty pagcd National Canners W.ashi~:~,tcr., D. C. Assoca.:Cicn , e ti :1 (1 _ Il . 11 o ?. :! • 1• . ,~ ~.:.~ '•....,;• 7 l
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. . . 00011 so~~d ztz tr95t r~!~ nS~~ ~-~ w.vAc.e-!.~~T :; rY ~ . ..a. ~:a. l:, i...u....._. 1~ ...:,c~.pLR:Ia Li~~~oa~3 uY~Ua 30 pu-s tu yio:M3 qYaoL*-, 3:lM auamleaiy alsc,y u " 9
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IdATF?E;--POLLUT'101,'/1,'ASTE TKEATFSF;N'T/ - 5 ~3 flFllpj ~0 31 0689 ~B3fThJllIC la ~~ ~~~~ ~ ~ ~ TD ~ • 897 BriCn Ey. GQ3cmftn ~~ 0 ~1f.tlii.~~ Go ..~ 1971 Smith & Loveless Division Ecodyne Corporation Lenexa, Kansas irJ~I RR ~,~r M~ ' ~®PV! llllllllA3b e T~C~Iti?'pMIC® uofiCet~, TECHNOL2IC Publishing Co., Inc. 265 W. State St., Westport, Conn. 06880 ll O n {' n , , .
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E~ UQ G iI iI U 0 U9 () ^I ~s 11 .1 .~I 11 Ir luapn:, ; a1nao + ~ f ":;D!? a` , . pu-: 10. 3 taaut; cd "Ct U11t1": ' plo ~ A •-_-".._.. } . ~1.1/7 11'1 ~' ~ T 1;'•1 7't 2i SaI :,1 T. 024dd `~ •.•... aU , . At,~-d .. -
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50331 0705 i No TD 897 Waste Treatment t:os'dck,, ~LS~y CL~3..Le:Z 4u6eS, d$iw f.'Y • LS61 Valt Kd-21tsWmci Fcc;n?t©l3 Hm York CW-- ptn y 0 v, (,• 9 tl n: t ) tl 9- :> ~-j n
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50331 0677 r-.-...- .r.aS. .._ O/S~ooSaL H~~}S~E.`TRFMT.~/~wl/twoysrR'AS '~i'`~~~~f`a/itt..~ r~LLHT~o~RCT/rA ~'D S~CNOG6~I~C~~vAr6~ CN~~~Ilq eo~o~rlcs f~~r gr.ow ~LOe~atArioj~4YORrv aRRd4 i4r,~R6 r~Rj E os~~ / / ,t' /, ~ r~ ....,...... . •e-r-~ . r .. J The Treatment ra $ y7e& i969 of Industrial Wastes , .. .Y . ~..• Edmund B. Besselievre, P.E. Fellow, American Socic•ty of Cicil En ;inecrs Consultant, Forrest & Cotton, Inc., Dallas, Texas ~ 0 n 0 0 2 ~ 9 0 7
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~irAr4RS~ALN~N/A/H.ti~~.vr~®x~o.9~Tl/.vs~pTi~ PROccftES~~i4h'~~~~/'~ 2,4 Ni r,4r-4N/u lr.qA Fi t /-/?a rlsN/ ;er- AlDlAl~1w..#t>E rR`-#f .4,'47i4"Tl r E'iCYCIOPECIA OF 1960 TTECHNOLOGY A'iD FOOD SCIENCE SEAIES • VOLUME 1/~Qp //TiI L•I G Qt23,M~; MdCkrttv Enc- clc~~ edia ~. ~ ~ E of Food t Engineering 0 G n t1 tI +1 (3 7:-) fi 4 r CARL \V. HAT_L A. 1V. I:~1RItALL A. L. itTPi'F•1,T
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t ASq7 CONVERSION OF ORGANIC SOLID WASTES i. , AG qr INTO YEAST Y ' j ~ An Economic Evaluation ~ ! ~ This report was prepared for the f Bureau of Solid k'aste Managenrent ! by Floyd H. MeZZer 50331 0T02 '~ n ~in ~ lRe~~a~h jQizr1sin, IONICS, INCORFOR4TED ' n I I
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50331 0697 • a i .WASTES, IND WASTE WATER ~ TD ~ ' 897 •~ In 1977 n ~STRIAL/WATER--POLLUTION /WATER--PURIFICATION/WASTE TR.EATMENT/ ~-DISPOSAL/POLLUTION--WATER/WASTE DISPOSAL/AIR--POLLUTION/ roceedings of the 30th iNDUSTRIAL WASTE CONFERENCE May 6,. 7 and 8, 1975 (1311 pp.) ' r v Purdue University The Purdue Industrial Waste Conference is under the direction of: Lafayette, I nd iana ~ j Services The School of Civil Engineering The Division of Conferences and Continyation fn cooperation with the t. t+ C ; ~ M ~ ~ -)ANN ARBOR SCIENCE ~ PUBIJSHERS INC P.O. BOX 1425 • ANN ARBOR. MICH.48106 ( Indiana State Board of Heakh Indiana Stream Pollution Control Board Indiana Environmental Management Board Indiana Departmen of Nat~{ral gesources _~~ ;? fhdi~na Sectior~ of.~e Ame~ican 7VVater Works t. Associat ion --s . !• L a
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50331 0701 RA 579 '' Waste treatment. Ma !l-j~ ~ A v ~ . ,. .^,'t !;:=;: (1. :;. );t~n:. Qr L'c1e o h• n o n: rl tl 2~A 4
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50331 0699 a 76 I Ma-80 WASTE TREATMENT/WATER -1hWftATION/ MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOC ~iORSE RADISH PEROXIDASE FOR THE REMOVAL OF (/CARCINOGENICIAROMATIC AMINES FROM WATER Alexander M. Klibanov and Evan D. Morris Department of Nutrition and Food Science INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM .r A A. Klibanov and E. Morris 0 6 0 0 n t? 0 ?_ DISTRIBUTED FOR INTERNAL MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY. MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED.
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50331 0709 Waste Treatment J. A„ v.~t...~ T . . •~~ ....~ •... Hr,rst;_.~.,.~~. L_n,d, 0 iZ -.... ,,,,,. .r r. , .~ . . .. 7.---•
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50331 0682 ~ i ~'7 7 l.''; ;~' ~'lnrrc ~1ir~r, +, . it.':~~ I CJ l, li ii fiuss0ii L. Cui7 Ceneral Manager Soath Tahoe Pub!ic Utility District South take Tahoe, California d 6 n n n t) 1) 2 and GorOXi L. CU1p Manager Water and %1'aste Management Section Battc•Ilc-Norihwest Richiand,ll'ashington 14
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I WASTE TREATMENT/WATER--PURIFICATION/ TD Anaerobic Filters: A 897 for Wastewater un 126560 ANL/CNSV-TM-SC n Energy Ptus T reatment ~ 1981 Proceedings of the Seminar/Workshop Argonne National Laboratory, Energy and EnvirOnmental Sys tems Di vi s i on/ January 9-10, 1980 Howey-In-The-Hills, Florida Er.aoa~D n 2)NAT1ONAl TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICE v 11 D[Imrl"t Df tOrruci __ rtMGf t(LD, v~, IIlil r prepared for s ~ U. S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY -2 u er Contract W-31•109•EnR-38 ll bR~ n n i•~ tl /. b?~
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50331 0715 . Waste trez.tLiei:t, v.2. i- Underkofler, Lelaad Alfred, 1906- ed. Industrial fermentations, edited by Lelawl A. Underkot7er and Richard J. 11icl:ey. \ew York, Chemical Pub. Co., 1J5~. 2 v. 111us. 22 cm. Includes Libliographies. 1. FernmentatIon. r. Ilickey, Richard James, 1913- joint ed. II. Title. TP505. Ub r ~ 660.28 51-7960 rev Library of Congress , jr5;id'10~ a
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.c~~.F,ca~in~c~ ~` 0~ l 0 ~f~ ~~ C0:•iPfi•'.:111,i;S7Vi: S1U1!JiiS OF SO1.Ill {•'•AST1:'N.11ivP.Gk:1•IU•NT r4 c First .^.nd Second Annual 1:c!ports Thece ialt-crim reports (SII-3rg) on worl; perfor•r;,•^d touier ~ Resc-ar;a: Gr,znt ldo. EG'-002C0 (formcrZf ;uccc.-eiv;: G'z'or,i: 1,'os. wc:)>c UY-0059? a.i' SW-00003) to thc 1%n~ vcr: i::,/ of G'~.Zifornia were pvc,)ar:;d b~a C. C. CULJI:.:F: a)Id P. 11. IIcCtiUI11:Y r I QJIQ' hai1C c1Z: :Cl by tli% C1':U:~Ce. U. S. Oi' 1:I,UCl:1'IOV, AND l•TUL FLi:>": P u 1) ). i c 11 c a] t h S e r v i c e Lnvi ron.,,ic•iita2 Il~~al t i~ Sc rvi.ce 1;u1'iau of :'J1 ic; )970 ~ 6 n n 0 o Cl i. - , n 50331 0667
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POLLUTIO?i CtI1;TP.0L/'..'ATi:R--TP.rAT~iENT/F'ASTC TRP.AT"{F.NT/ U.S. pEPRP,T1aENI OF COMMERCE Federal Guideltnes NationallechnicaitniormatiornSerrice PB-257 284 Pretreatment of Polfutants In'croduced ZU~ into Publicly Owned Treatment wor;cs ~~(1 n f1 (l ' G~ 7 ti :~i n ~l , S, Environmenial Protection Agency QFFICI? OF WATER PROGRAM OPFP.AT7(1NS 50331 0717 I
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50331 0719 . . • ; .------- . WATER--TREATMENT/67ASTE TREATMF.NT/POLLUTION CONTROL/ PRETREATMENT GUIDANCE MANUAL FOR STATE M AREAIdIDE(208) k1ATER QUALITY MANAGE?',ENT PLANNING AGENCIES, VOL. 1 --~~--~--- TD 380 Un 197 . Document No. P-2181 April 1976 Prepared for United States Environmental Protection Aelency Water Planninq Division EPA Contract No. 68-01-3559 I 0 6 0 (1 n ft -t) I> ~ 1o `~
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50331 0712 ; 89) Waste treat:nent ~ Ro Rorsa, R. D. IPIL'US TRLhL WI'.STr. DISPGS AI, 1968 340 Pa3cs R^ir..hold ltook Corporztlon ivi: a Yor:. .I .t1 t~ ~ 6 2~ 0 6• 0 0 n
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50331 0704 V4S'TE Z'RI.AT"'.:',T/POI,LUTT ?'': ,,. UISPOSAL/ ~ ~ ~ h ~ ls 1 _U- - t.,: ,. Procecluings of the 1977 NationNl Conft:-: cnce on Treatment aT?d Lis,;o;al of Tn;iustri.l Wi:,tewateI'S and Residue; ll-li l ;. Jj'~; Irr I, -r 'rV . APl ll 26-25, 1977 9 r '. . 'j Ioustcn, Tcxas Spor.sorrd yy: Atncrican Itlstiitac of Chcmical Encincrr; (South "1"c',as Sc(tion) Gulf Coast li',,ae Uitirc,;;;il r1t,~horit~ )nforn,atiun *fi:tn.~rr Inc. U.S. I:nvironmcntrl I'rotcction Arcncy Univcrsit; of Housior, Q ti tl tl n t~ (1 ~ Li I 7
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50331 0710 ~ 4 1 Pr i I I Waste lreat_-at, v.F, / Progt•ess in industrial roicrobiology . Londou, Ifcywootl, 3950-G'.; .:,.' ~ v. illuR., dtagrs. 26 cm. Editor: 1939- D. J. D. iiockenLull. lncludcs bibliobrapl,y. .r.1- 1, 1 i;`: 1. Industrtal microbiolo_p. i. Hockenliull, D. J. P., ed. QR53.P7 660.28149 G'~-30 Library of Conpresc v~ if0;,31 0 f7 -O1/ 1_1 il Z3 /-~ ~~ aI a
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50331 0722 AIR--POLLUTION/WATER--POLLUTION/WASTE TREATMENT/NOISE/ a TD ~ 897 Ve 1975 2 C. G~n c7 C@fl4ffld P. AARNE VESILIND Department of Civil Engineering Duke University Durham, North Carolina ANN ARBOR SCIENCE PUBLISHERS INC P.O. BOX 1425 • ANN ARBOR MICH.48106 4 6 n (l n 0(l 2 63 9 ~
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50331 0 700 i1,'l i " North Central Regional Research Pubiication 235 FERTILIZI:P.VAtiA MANUP.ES/t•;ASTE TRF. TTtENT/ October 1976 Application of and ~s ~.ewatPrs • ongricultu~~l Land: 19 6A Planning and Educational Guide Edited by ' BERNARD D. KNEZEIC and ROBERT H. MILLER Sponsored by North Central Regional Committee NC-118, Utilization and Disposal of Municipal, Industrial, and Agricultural Processing Wastes on Land In cooperation with Western Regional Committee W-124, Soil as a Waste Treatment System - OHIO AGCIC(1LTURAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER Wooster, Ohio Research Bulletin 1090 I ..~...~.~.e. • . t t 1S Z ~~ , ~ : i / ~ • 2GcCc?J I
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50331 0706 71 II Re-76 WASTE TREATMENT/SEWAGE TREATMENT/ S.P. EJOLIOGRAPIHC DATA SNEET 1. Tule .nd Subcitle 1 1. Report No. _tISF-RA-T-73-029 Potential Applications Treatment 7. Autbor(sl 0. F. Ollis of Insolubilized;Enzyrries in Waste 4. 1'ertormiar, Orr.nizauca F1ame aad Addtess ~-Princeton University Department of Chemical Engineering Princeton, New Jersey 08540 17. Yer Words aoi C Proteins -' Sewage Hydrolysis - iL Spoasotias Orgaaisation t:ame and Addtea (13. Type of Ke,>oct ia Period t Research Appliad to National Needs (RAhJti) Immobilized Enzymes "d National Science Foundation Enzyme Engineering ~ Washington, 0. C. 20550 Fish 15. Supplr.r,eetary Nates Presented at American Chemical Society Meeting, Dallas, Texas, April 1973 ib.Aescncts A brief literature survey establishes the potential for utilizing covalently insolubilized depolyrerases to hydrolyze particulate feed streams. The potential for application of such doubly particulate reactor systems (particulate substrate and particulate catalysts) may include solubilization of waste stream particulates to regain t{utriZioAi rbntent,as in tke case of f.ish protein hydrolysate production, -and pretreatment of bioiogical'slud;e fe rendeh'filtering and dewatering properties of rocessin uent b l f id 7. ~;e i:reat's Aeeessioo No. ~J~>-, 5. Hepott Uate 1373 ~ S. i'crfotmiaS Or6a.i:.ctoa kept. No. lU. Ptuicct/TosB/G'ork Unit No. 11. ConttactlGcaat 140. r,I 3`g" ~ 9 g. p seq or su ea h sludges more -e .-.
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50331 0711 T - • Waste treatinent"" ' - }'icUag, fio'vort POLL!!'''XO.,i (Ghemica). F•rocoss t-:onogrnph Ido. iC) ic65 207 Pagea I.oyaa Dovulug•nacnt CoF13. Pear2 Y.fver, lcri: ~ ~. ~... ~. n. n. 0 c3 2 , ti ,~ !ti , t. _ _ . '.._. - . ...~ -,..~, I
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a TD 897 Ce 1974 2c. /WATER--POLLUTION/ WASTE WATER/ lti'ATER--TREATtiT"sNT/ ALTERNATIVE METHODS FOR DEFINING EFFLUENT .,. QUALITY FROM THE ORGANIC CHENICALS, .r• SYNTHETICS, AND PLASTICS INDUSTRIES For Synthetic Organic Chemicals Manufacturers Association of,no() ( CENTER FOR INDUSTRIAL WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT Vanderbilt University Nashville, Tennessee n 7 ~ dJaSzLary, 1974
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50331 0721 WATER--ANALYSIS/WASTE TREATMENT/METALS--ANALYSIS/COST ESTIMATI01 PESTICIDES--DETERMINATION/CHEMISTRY ANALYTIC--TRACE ELEMENTS/ ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING/ WATER--POLLUTION/ , TD 380 Un 1980 TREATABILITY MANUAL VOLUME I. Treatability Data VOLUME II. Industrial Descriptions-- EPA-600/8-80-042b VOLUME III. Technologies for ~ EPA-600/8-80-042c Control/Removal of Pollutants VOLUME IV. Cost Estimating` EPA-600/8-80-042d VOLUME V. SumanarY -- EPA-600/8-80-042e OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY WASHINGTON, D.C. 20460 July 1980 IN' IG. Nnlwt~111.MIM1 ;d 1%,- vm.nf.. 1'.N r:n.«rnm•ne prlnrfr-e nrlln• lP..binrnro. 1- 6 '. 70402 R. dF{1(/ Z1V 4 n ~ 0. n_a - u ?. 6 -; _.4
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5U331 0724 1"t ri'o~ /iD/6w1T4T/w/ f,t rRor.oW/ wA sTc . TA a A r.u,~0.v z." r coo - {N ~sr,E~ ~yOp srRiAd/R6vFP? s4<5 ©sArosis/'74 WATER POLLUTIIQN 0 6 il n DISPOSAL AND REUSE (in two volumes) Volume I Aw-p a. by j. E. ZAjIC University of Western Ontario n ~ 0 2 J Land7. Ontario, Canada rDq9~~a, , ~
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50331 0725 .4 lUcr:.a-ctt., Gaxy P. is L'•iBY.TO~FiI~li'g O:t B00'.S O.d T71G L2d`l1:.O:::.Ik'-T - 1a:~E2 /~t:D :;'.xG 6?nSTr?S,?S, by C-c~ry F. li<.,trtetC ;-,TKi J p_^.'f'!3 V. Post!*.£+.Ii .~v. last%Cu~ Q QF Cner acu~. i::; ;yneerr .`. a.... ~....~.~..a........~~_.1 .~/a~.u... ~. 1 L 897 Waste treatment--Bibliography Be ~)C~ ...,-,.-.-...,_..-... ~„-,.,r--4.. _ . --T - . . . .--..T.. G . . ~~. . t~ . . . c:~ . ~ . ~~. . :~1 . .~ ~5. s . ~. .. a ~I .r. .. .. •%: • . . 52 Pr. ;eo :Jas%Instort, ll. C. ~.,~.---:-~--~..-----~--. a
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50331 0731 lYclJt.;:r-aIh1:1f. Li.t.:.iJ=-.'~:l~al'l,l.:.i,1"J' j-i..1 L-1Cty`t t(t,51;~i,..i:J; . W`...eiTG, 7I6DiiSTRIAL/WATI:Y.--PURIFiLATIONjI'C)1,1.UT70::It; l?~1ST;-~,TATEk/ TD 997 Ce 1973 Based on Papers Presented at the National Conference on Complete WateReuse April 23-27, 1973 Sponsored by: American tnstitute of Chemical Cngineers Environtncr•.tal Pro:eaion Agency-Technoiogy Transfer ~.~.r-.~.. -~- -..,~.~.... .-.1.. $ . -- 7 ~(I n Q I j 7.r ~-) 4 4
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",u331 0718 ,a WASTE TREATnNT/WATER--POLLUTION/POLLUTION CONTROL/ CONSTRUCTION GRANTS PROGRAM VOLU`lE I, II, III tNFORMAT iON EPA-4.'r0/9-7G-d17a 3B,C AAppendixes 1-7 ppendixes 8 TD 897 Un 1977 V ~D Z- "LIV AL G, U flf~E": L 0 M E 1 ZD t Se) 7 AN 7 LI'-umj A ~ ~ LOCAL PRTATMNT ~ ;~ ~ R©©1PAMJANUARY 1977 U.S.EN\!IRO1dMEtdTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OFFICE OF WATER PPIOGRAM OPCRATEON'S 0 MUNlClPAL CONSTRUCTEOi'! DI`'lStON' tl n El WASH MGrT&,ID.C. 20460 ti r1 ~'f~ i ,. •1711 ,. . . ! -- - :} : -•_ Lei~li-n_/L3- - _-1. -
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rre1h ;.L„it!. f'Jst~l..7i6LGG}~f~''I~~tPNO~.oGjl~fo~LUTior~W.~SY g~ - . kiA':~~'&" T7~FRTnIGa!7/l~RSTE .iJATEP/LJ~-TE'f'-•PaLGtIYioN~ TRc4 rhf E!y'l" . TD P 97 (.dA BwZooTy ./99( ~ V'vq C~E/'.ri VS I:. WA1tREN er.t of Fi4..rirs and )tTdli/e Uniaerait„ Coruatlij, Uregon pltAT/ON ItYTfI {OUD(M*0j' j' Vater OtZvtiiom l ~'Q~2Gqra1 n ^ry ~ CL~11j~I,ES 1?. N1':1Rltl:\] 50331 0723 0 ~ f r l' n l r ~~ ~`• ~?'hlbrp~r?r:r n! o/ Firhnir•c an~f {:~ildli/e Urr_COn S:a!e Uici . niry, Corcalj'u, Ur:~nn _
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~ 50331 0726 TD 897 Gu 1972 ~ / FLOCCULATION/ ._.. - .----~-. -- -- POLYPYRS AND POLYMEQIZATIONAVEPNOMOV 14ATER--PURIFICATION/ PATENTS/ BiBLI0GRr1PHY/WATER--PURIFICATIO:V/'.4ATER--BIBLIOGRAPiiY/ PAPER--W,NUFACTURE AND TRADE/ mpg -SEWAGE TREATMENT/ ~ast~-Treatment-,ztith•==- ,~ol~-electrol~: te~ POLLUTION COIvrROL REVIEW NO. 8. IP _ . 1972 Sidney Gutcho NOYES DATA CO4nPORATION Noyes 3al4i~g Park Rid~, New JE-sey 07656, U.S.A. i-'~iwy.,}-.+I n n n n o 2 6 3 9 Thirty-Six Dotlars
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• a r . ~~ . a2G ~ /33-/7~ ~ ~~,;11 M~s -~s s LAND TREATMENT OF ~Wa~STEWATFR /i Herman Bouwer and R. 1.6 haney U.S. Deportmenf of At)rlcuiture, Aqrltulturol Research Serrice. U.S. Water Conservation loboratory, Ihoenls, Aritono, and U.S. Department of Agricvllure, Agriculturol Rcseorch Strrice. Biological Waito Monogemont loboratory, Bellsville Aqricullural Retoorch Center, {elU.ille, Maryland / I. Introduction .................................................... 133 I1. Falc of Wastcwatcr Constituents in Soil ............................. 135 A. Suspended Solids and Clogging ................................. 135 B. Organic Carbon and Oxygcn Demand ............................ 137 C. Bacteria and Virusc3 .......................................... 141 F. Fluorine .............................................. .... 155 O hn fl n c1 c) 9 ue4. :i r : ~
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~ Tll r. 50331 0732 380 Waste wate ~ 1 Ce \.. ........,...L ... ~ ..c:..-...._ . T+ e. ... .• .1..~...•l•.ii. .... 97% . , in+.= 2:c:; 1'ozk C) U 2 o -4 F-)
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50331 0710 PnLL1ITTAV r,M`TRnT/SULFUR '1TnXT')r/1.•.4TF.R--PnT!.lrTTnv/wAST& -TRRAvowTJ ' WATAR--TRF,A9'wF.VT,1 1, AIICAT ~.J. 1 N AtC: e~; ~p4-600/7-?8-0~15b ~ ~ I •~ jj~/,,-JT1j •ND sU,-!*L9 o:.tra ?ne S02 :..::issions irom Coal 1~7R Fired Steazn-Elect. ic Gzrieratcrs :Water Pollution Impact (Volume II. Technical Discussion) , AyrmAi il ,R. L. Sugarek uu+ T. G. Sipes y, 1tJIRCAU~r+3AOav~taT~Gv v..~u! a.v0 ~JOwtdi Radian Corporation 8500 Shoal Creek Boulevard Austin, Texas i 8"666 17. f v~.'7f ~. Jv J.C• !vAtct w..O JCA !S 7 ` J -/ft<~ ~7v ~ ~ ~i[Clc.N !~ l+a<,~ EP~, 4face c:esee c"'(..~_n~evelopmes~t O Indt:strial Env+.ror.mental Resza_Tcr l.aboratory . Researc!i Triang:e Park, NC 27711 b [i279°3 ;. Ac.OAT rJ.a: s March 1978 PiwPOAMING OAG.aJ+IZA: ICN C7C! /EPiOAa.ING OAGwN12ATiCN wisOA: N I fa.w GAAaA L Mr`~o. EFfE 62=A . jr..V 68-02-2608, W. A, 10 »,-v.= Cs •=+Cwr -L:.J s!+5OC C3viAf= Task Finai: 14L, siONSOwIv:. ..a!.CY :.=E EPA/600i13 • If.:WftImEnTAA• NpT[i EERL-R'i P project officer s Julian W. Jones, Mail Drop 61, 919/541-24Y.6 0 0 n o 0 2 6 2 7 o'V 1 A 'A` T':e reaort r7E5 rPCl:i's f!i nT`i+ rick :ri A rn*^nresnAncir•a nrna--2r-m rn rncna
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t .y ~. . . .. ~U 'u U. 0 1~_ _' 100 naxayn"vto 3 iPtrv Atddng :. n;7;a 70 t,lTSSD'rI OTVO 63Gt:~LL OS o[, ~~Z~s3 hS M'i' acO~ .~, Sunr~g •jY •=,T p:m 'Q1.DlP.zt''$ or 'V Kq tit~ :.'~Y.r'J:s ' Z' 3 d-l:oIw''t•:• r{!:3 5 JJ G1"M ~:3iZ~iu'r:L 30 P.Jxczti ''! `t 'il a;DI3yn_`~^T .i.•Irm--im:1 •i` •v 'Iltr11pa°,?$ 3aauM a.1seM• +-r~-+-. ; - r - 1 BZLO LE£OS
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50331 0707 WASTE, INDUSTRIAL/WASTE TRF.ATt1GNT/I4ATER--POLLUTION/. ?•tETALS/1 1. a TD 897 0v 1979 n () DESIGN OF LAND TREATMENT SYSTEMS FOR INDUSTRIAL WASTES- Theory and Practece by MICHAEL RAY OVERCASH 4- Associate Professor Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina ,4oil Systems, Inc. Marietta, Geor ia ( 1 c) ~) I n DHIRAJ PAL Post Doctorate Research Associate Department of Biological and Argicultural Engineering North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina
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50331 0737 jTD i897 lRe 1 Waste Water Duke University pfi()CEr:DIECs 0?? THE r:r,n.tlEt;T11 scia, 11%:zN MUI:J[CXFt,L "D Yl.i?UST%ZtsL k'7STE CQ;1Yr.'ELICF;, by 1)ui:m Uaiverof.ty, Korth Carolina State, Pr_d l.hzirerni cy of North CzroZira 1SG2 184 Fegca Chs intitca P: inurz Cmgany Dssha,=, North Carolina •. ~ ,. •.. . I
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RF.F Q 123 Bo 1974 i. % 50331 0729 S>;%4tiGg TRI'•!aTr7yT/ IYANDBOO K POLLtrrIor,--t,TATrR/ IdATER--TREATT•SEhT/ 0 of i ENVIROMNIENTAL CONTROL VOLUME IV:A. TREAT.tiIENT and DISPOA EINTORS • ~ RirAud C. bnd. N S.. Ml.H. Ceusd I. Srraus. PA. D l)vrator. AvuWn n/ Qcrcror. fnvvonn,rntjf I/roltA ~ Eeviw vnretal N.vlrA Rru.rcJl .n! 7ro nint Crnrct r (lnirrr~ury oJ ~lw.noc. (lrovrruc~o/.~Lnnrwta ~ ~ COO1tDlNATIXG EDITOR k;c6ud holer. rA D. Ait,vmtr /h./ert..r o/EnrjnrcnRr Gu Nwrrn Rrwrrr Univrrfity ( .n:--•--- I , --~>c- S, -/ v ..~...~....---.-..-
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, C ~- - c."A j,vY . 141V ~~?.~'..~: ! ~ STU1)!ES OF SO1.TD :fANAC.J.SEN'T c First and Second /,nnC: 1 1;eports These interim r`.port.: (:r'g) n:t t-o)'1; perfor~r^d l~uier ~ Resc•arch Crant l,'o. FC-p;',tGQ (fo)-,vlcrZy -cuc,^cssivc Crrrt. 1,'o::. wcrr: I/I-00547 a,i(,' Si,Y-00003) to the O;f C%Zi.,"ornia taere prcq)arod by C. G. CULUiW,. P. I.. 11cGhUflL'Y nl1Q hQ'JL' C:.^ a7•, tilC C~-.>..h.~~. ~ ~C'G'. u. s. 01' iit:„LT11, A.~U V7r.LFt.t:E P u 2, l i c 1i c• a 1. th S e r v i c e l:m•i rontrc-nta1 Hc.al t h Sc•rvi-cc , ,. Isu1'r~uu of 3970 () n () t) 2. 50331 0688 a
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50 331 0727 1380 - . ~Am Wast ater -'r Anex•i.cau '.'ublic !.cal.Ch :tssociatic~a •ii' :A 1'S I Z t-.:iD :I-. S1E W?.L:::. 13:.t1 Cd . ~ U)• ::-ncricAn Public :ic.llth As: ~,ciatioa, !h'1£t'icail Water A::r.kt% Asscc~.:.tion awt ?ztcr 1'oilut±on Control Fc~tlezation i.37L $74 "a,es :,•,:ers ccu i'ublic Iticaittl tiew York ".s3ociation <,- in n n. o 0 2 c~ -41 c1
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1 50331 0720 , ~r•~ lL ;u'~L~: WATER--POLLUTION/WASTE TREATMENT/ . ,goal ~'e~'.~or "`~ 'E01 q;L TD 897 Un 1978 ~/ VOLUME I. EXECUTIVE SU*LtilARY VOLUPfE II. DETAILED 1•fETHODOLOGY, FT.NDI;:CS, ALTERNATIVES, AND ' RECO`0iENDATIONS VOLUML III. EXHIBITS United States Office of W, ter Environmental Protection Program Opcrations (WH-547) Decernber, 1978 AAgency Washington, D.C. 20,160 Water • Coopers & Lyhrand 1800 M Street, n~.W. Washington, D.C. 20036 0 6 0 0 n 0o 2 J.1. $* 3
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50331 0739 Re TD' ~~ . Waste Water 897 Dv!1°.ol Cc^."Oi:??1,;: rs4c^.~iE~ c'1.21Ca C .:: CiZ .Ce.:.d wCiVU. T. ai ' f. CP~"S~ /'' tr.r ri*1rt !9v4 2~2 rag0O Chi'iSt2ata Px'Stx~i:~ ri;; Co:k.r z:eyp ;~
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SEWAGE DISPOSAL/I'ATER--SLTPLY--Et:GTNEERING/k'ATI:R--POLLUTInN/ TD 897 Iia 1975 ~ n d Waste-Water ~ Technolo~ ~ ~~ - MfiaR h J. HaM M ER Pro;cssorof Civil En gineering University of Nebraska JOHN WILEY & SONS. INC.. New York London Sydney Toronto Q.c, tl n (1 ;1 u - h !--, f
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50331 07U9 -, TD Waste water 1 897 . I In INDUSTI'.IAL t•?ASiI? CONFERENCE, PROCEEDINGS OF TiIE SI:GTEG,~Ta, MAY 2, 3, and 4, 1961. (Furdtce UnivertsiCy E,ngineer?ng Extencior, Series No. 109.) 1962 653 pat;es Purdue Univeraiiy Lafayette, Indf.aiiu v C' n- n n n ,; 0 t1 ?, ~ :~ ?.
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50331 0744 WASTE WATER/WATER--TREATMENT/POLLUTION CONTROL/ TD CONSIDERATIONS FOR PREPARATION OF 897 Gr 1974 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS by R. L. GREEN, PE G. L. PAGE, JR., PE 11. M. JOHNSON, PE, CP OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE PROGRAIMS OFFICE OF 4;ATER PROGRAMS OPERATIONS U. S. ENVIRONf•1ENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY WASHINGTON, D. C. UNDER CONTRACT #68-01-0341 Q.,~ r.) 0 0 0 () 7. S 7
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50331 0736 . R . ilERBICIDES/INSECTS-- NTROL/PESTICIDES--VIRAL/LIGNINS/FT.AVORANTS--F0rLItATIOIv WASTEWATER/WATER--P IFICATION/`4ETALS/FERTILI7.ERS/TISSUES_-CULTURE/ ,kOTEINS--SOURCESf anana wastes)/ A Publication ojtlre Society jor Industrial Microbiology I Volume 20 QR 151 De 1979 Proceedings of the Thirty-Fifth General Mceting ~i.J V1 .:JJ~J'~.jr~~~ 1i1LJl V~LJ S: otthe . IN UNDUSTIRRAL oc~cty for Industrial Microbio?ogy Held at Houston, Texas August 14-18, 1978 ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 1979 M ~~~~~~~L'ur'*'Gy . C1 ~, ~ 0 ~ tl (l ~ 6 4 9 e
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50331 0746 . . ~-- __..~._.~._.... -. _. ._...._... ..._,_ _.......a..a~~..•..e~_ :.---~,,.,~. = TD S9 7 In Waste water ItdbUSTP.YAL Wl.,^.TE COAF'EF:I'.NCE, PACIFIC N0RT1,::'EST - PROCEEDINGS OF THE EL1:VGN-Z'fi, M1'.Y 9-10, 1963. (Oregon State Univereity En; f.neering Experiment Sicstion Cireular No. 29.) 1964 303 pagen Oregon Str.tc Univerr.ity Corvallia, Oregon D
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50331 0741 Ref . cr1 E 1800- ed. TP9.F.68 Library of Couaress . Waste watarp v.Lc. _ Eneyclopedia of cltetuical lecLuolo-y, edited by Ra}'tnoud E. Kirk and Donald F. Othnmr. 1lssistnnt editors: Janet 1?. Scott and AnthoIiV Standen. \ew 1"ork, Iuter-cience En- . cyclopedia t19I7- For noluinos, see laLiu entr,•. v. illus. 27 cm. Includes bibliorraphies. CuN~re.Nrs.-v. 1. A to Anthrlmtdes.-v. 2. Anthrone to carlwn-arc- v. 3. Carbon (cont'd) to cinchophcn.-v. 4. Cineole to dextrose.-T. a. 1)t- to explosives.-v. G. hxploslres (cont'd) to furfnral.-v. 7. Fur- nnces to folite.-v. 8. Ion exchange to metal plntiu,;.-v. 9. Metal sur- face lrentment to penicillin.-v. 10. 1'entnceue to pol}•methir.e dyes.- v. 11. 1'oly o1s to rut in. 1. Chemistry, Techuical-Dictionnries. r. Kirk, Raymond Eller, ~ ., 660.3 48-23-1 rev• ir5ddz10j i1 c~ 7 0 0 fl ~i ^ b r
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50331 0713 QR 151 S Waste treatasenti p. 31,.7-21b. Soc3o:;r -oi` Chc;ru.c.0. Indust;.;rG car.rxtqucus CUT.;vxP:1 papsrs (k+: th cUc:;u-,oio:)zj re-.d at rz u•-~ . _ivi'rv ty 4..1.! . ~'r:cts, ~, Ce I, 31 l:is c. ~' I~~~.~tno k,i - 1 ESa CQ ~(> j'ona~a4~11~ r~jo ~~~ Avv 272 n~ 71.nu1.~ C) _.~~:•.....--s:'......-~..-v - . ..- .. . .. ~-R. ~ .-....- . . .. .-..r-... . .... ~ - . ~r-t • (~,+Z:2..~.i,~.
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0 {,rotesS1en,~ Cnc~inecring Carc'cr QC'Vel(i;)nlent Scries P I': « V r C,, r r ~ !. r f~_.:, :r ~ ~ .~ , ~ ~ ~ 4 t ; W. irc..lcy f:cl;crif~~/~;cr, ,Ir. 50331 07u0 (i dj i) (~ t? Ij (j 7 i;i ~,~ 1)er;;fir~~~ nt c>t 1:nvironmc•n, and
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fl t~ U ,,- n TD ,. 897 In Waste water I'inU"MMAL l.~4.STB CCti^F,^~.*'C?, proc~~~i.n^3 of thp. T4FP=ir.v-thira, VaV 7,3, ;P_LlC! 9, 1.11,68, Fii1-tR I ctPCt 2 :1 Jc;:a ^- J 3.S't`3 2 ;'ol. Lr.^.tcorai*y Lr_!^., c*t:c_, Yrci n.~.. ~ ~
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50331 0738 TD Waste Water 897 Re Lhwh;1 Z.'l::a'c2'.^.•!.Lyy F'orth Caro3.i na Stvi;e, 21:d UnJ L'Gr:3lL•',• of t:ol' ul) G:;.?'.7Z:Irara ~_.,~, 1QS 1 125 Pesea Durhas:, Nlor'ch Garollna C"J E) :;-i~ tl t~:U 0 2
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50331 0742 ._, tR3 JOURNAL OF THE IRRIGATION AND DRAiNAGE DIVISION / 0/(3) l tlS-/SS~J4i,T"J 7LMe, r-7 FATE OF-tYrt$TTE1~',1TER PJ~PIIORUS IN ;S()If ~ ar:-~ . . ~r; ~`-..4~ Vf~~ arl G. Enfictd' andBcrt E. Bledsoc. - (NTROOIJCTION The fate of applieJ phosphorus is one factor %.hich must bC considered when designing or operatin, a land application %vastr%sater treatment system. It is essential that the phusphorusconccntration entcring surface «aters be sufficiently low to avoid dcgradation of aquatic systems and to a,6oid causing an 3cccleratcd eutrophication rate. Two facets of thee overall rhosphclrus probl,m must he considered. First. %6thout considering the addition of phesphnrus by %.as;cwat:r .....li~..ri..n .. {.,r r~c7.~~~at r:hncnhnriic rnnrt+ntratii)n wnlild nne antIC1D:]tc in • ~? ~", 1 0 nf1 t~ ? or:~ ~~ I i a
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50331 0747 - ~ 1'u • j 897 Wnste water. ' In INDUSi?IAL WASTE CONFERENCE, PFOCUEi.IPIGS OF T?li. 1hPu++.~./'.+..-\c.Lr~• Ti1, :i.^Y 5, 6, t cd 7, 1:5. (Yuwdte L`nivetaity Eng{r.eerlng rr.tenaian SeT{e3 Tdo. 96.) 1959 790 pa,ges Purcitre lin3.%72r^,it} Lefeyette, Indinnra 0 -• s-- - --" n n ^ ..R o 2 - 6 -:) Cl
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:~.. u u . U, .u .. i.:~~..~.,. .._w.~... ...:._ _-.. ..._ .~~ .. _ _._,.....r_ _..~ ._....~ ..:<r. _. ~ c::v jplil AaToAo.NTa0 6np. nY aa<4a hZ9 7957 {(.,OY '-DN QsTwog s:oxoaz)Y::3 Euy2ol?rc,Qnj, .tIYOZQAxczq csnp: n ~: 4T `S .=c~1 • £ k:;1 ' Zt'3- 3,)a3. Y3 flq4 Wo sEaTpu3au.%j 3ZS'JFi ai aaaem aase,y I -~ T ' BttLO lEEOS
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a! ~6, () ()" - U U () -Y 0 0 yisox e.l;1 ' aaAFd ZxVzd • dxo0 quawdotoav0 saLqy uau7d LOZ SydT 7 ~~~ ~c ~u0) (OT ' oti ~ld~ss8o~a;~ 3ozz+ao.xj Jalur. alserl / vx! Z9L0 LEEOS
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50331 0756 ` QD 181 Mu =1975 Cl / E1.ASL0:1l:RS/ POLYMERS AND POT.Yi•it:RliA'~'TO?7/ W,'iSTE ;JAT;:it; / OZONE P~FACTIONS--ORGi~NIC/ AT:IOSPH;:R'~/ tirTEOROLOGY/ OZONE A .'~a~ie~~~ of the ~Jit~~•~~~~e: •e: 196-1 - 1,974 Joanne S. INIiIri:hy and Janet R. Orr Editors THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE PRESS ..t`i1L~~, ~~' Tj~~1L~~~~~~'~.~~i.~'~~ ~f Pliilcidelpkia 06 (1 t1 n n Ei 26
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50331 0753 V1f\TER--POLLt1TI0N/ Progress in Water Technology, 8(2/3)1976, 450 pp. II Me5-77 S. p. . Industrial, Vaste Water and Wastes Stockholm, 1975 EDITED BY S H Jenkins Twru Division, Severn - Trenr {f'arer Authority CONGRESS SPONSORS Ytnternational Union of Pure & Applied Chemistry, IUPAC /lnternational Association on Water Pollution Research, IA\VPR . -, nonoO?'~~, SECOND'•'INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON Birmingham, U.K. a
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. All S A~/3'1w~G/.f~X- / G10*v L'Cw Y/e NT iti!/ ~5'oF"/0ARA T/eNl1Si1"CTFR %41 IV I R i4F S46 s/ 47rt,,4 A i ry If 0r•r/laZol 1rRy 4^4 A rrI'c , I'ocs rd c/bF r_.pc rr Rv,,/wsv r. a/• r- R a.~ i' Os r~ ~sr N r.ER -- ~i9slA •c,-r; W~ N~' h~ r -r-08 9T t%a. / Water and Water Pollution Handbook VOLUME 1 - 1.- (in four volumes) Edited by LEONARD L. CIACCIO GTE LABORATORIESINCORPORATED BAYSIDE. KEW YORK F 50331 0735 f 4 a
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50331 0755 0 I.RLPORfNO. IZ• TD 380 EF~'A-600/11-76-04 ((/9 MO i. TITIE AND SUBTITLE .. 1976 HANDBOOK FOR SANPLING At7D SAPIPLE PRESERVATION OFrWATEK AND~,h'ASTEWATER . AUTNOR(S) 3. 1i. Moser K. R. Huibregtse PERFORMING ORG 1NIZATION NAME AND AUURESS +/Envirex, Inc., A Rexnord Company Environmental Sciences Division 5103 West Beloit Road Milwaukee, WI 53201 t. SPONSO."i1NG AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory Office of Research and Development KU.S.Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnati, OH 45268 .SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSIO•vNO. PB-259 946 5. REPORT DATE Se tember 1976 (Issuing 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION COE a. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REi' tO.PROGRAM EI.EMENT NO. 1HD 621 11. CON f RA(: f/GRANT NO. Contract No. 68-03-2075 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD Ci Contract - 6/2A/74 to 6/ l 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE EPA-ORD ~•,n* n2n0 . A[iSTRACT T` • ~ ,~rnor~n ••n ;niti.lted with the overall objective of providini
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50331 0764 WA fER--POLLUTION/POLLUTION CONTROL/ Tl) 897 Te 1571 MANUAL OF W;ASTEti~IATER OPERATIONS PREPARED BY THE TEXAS WATER UTILITIES ASSOCIATION Manual Com»zittee J. P. TELLER, P.E., Chairman D(atributed throvgh the cooperat+on ol the TEXAS STATE DEPARTMENT OF HF.ALTI[ 9 0 6 n o ~!~ 6 2 t) 7 7
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FA'VIP.O..:LYTAL HEALTH/AI1:--POLI.Cf10.'l/4!.\TF:R---POi.LUTIOVlWA.SE TREA?NF.Ni', VOi.S.it+-XVIILIfiLIOCRAPHY,VnL.7'I/ WASTE DiSf`OS?'.. VOLS.I--XYI/POLLUTION CO:.:ROL,VOLS. I--XVI/WASTE,INnUSTRIAL,VC:.S.I--XVI/FEVER~.E OS~iGSIS.VOL.IV/ VXTER-1WZAT-__%-T, VOL. IV/TO!CICOLbCY--1.CUTE TOXICITIES,VOLS.II,V--XLII/TOXIC SUBSTA.'iCES,VOLS,II,V--XIII/ 1 Tp ' RECOlVCNDED M:TFIODS OF REDUCTION, h'EIJTRALIZATION, RECOVERY. OR DISPOSAL 897 >nn 1973 OF HAZARDOUS WASTE. Prepared for ~S. ENVIRO?iHEh"CAL PROTECTION AGENCY. By R.S.OTTINGER et al. August 1973 Vols.I-XVI Distributed by: U.S.DEPARTT!ENT OF CO'R-SER:.E, National Technical Inform. Serv. PB-224581-PB-224595 VOL. I. Vol.11. SUKKARY REPORT. TOXICOLOGIC:. SLNMARY VOL.111. VOL.IF. DISPOSAL PROCESS DESCRIPTIONS, ULTIMATE DISPOSAL, INCINERATION, AND PYROLYSIS PROCESSE; DISPOSAL PROCESS DESCRIPTIONS, BIOLOGICAL At.'D MISCELLAh'EOUS WASTE TREATMENT PROCESSES. VOL. V. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CO\STIT'JE?I'P PROFILE REPORTS, PESTICIDES VOL.{/I. AND CYANIDE C0!tPOLR7DS. NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CNADIDATE WASTE STREA.'I CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, MERCURY, ARSENIC, CFiFOMILTt, AND CADx1IUM CO?iPOUNDS. • VOL.oIi. 'NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STP.EA_`( CONSITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, PROPELLANTS, VOL.VIII. VOL. IZ. EXPLOSIViS AND •WARFARE *tATERI11L. ~" NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREMM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, NISCELLA.•.'FOUS INORGANIC AND ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. ' NATIONAL DISPOSAL SITE CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM COh'STITL'..vNT PROFILE REPORTS, ~ RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS. ~ POLS. X. INDSSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL DISPOSAL CANDIDATE WASTE STREAM CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, . ~ & XI. ORGANIC CO`0'OUNDS. VOLS.XII. & 7CIII. INDUSTRIAL AP:D MUVICIPAL DISPOSAL CANDIDATE WASTE INORGANIC CO~iPOUNDS. STRyAH CONSTITUENT PROFILE REPORTS, ! VOL.XIV. VOL. XV. VOL.7t9I. SUN4?ARY OF WASTE ORIGINS, FORMS. AND QUANTITIES. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PLANS. REFERENCES. • 1 ~-~-.. ... .-.~..._.. _ ... . --., .r._ _ - . - .. . ~ l..., ,._..._ ~~ ...,..~ . - . n n 0 50331 0708 n
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50331 0757 I 1567 66T pPo k'asbington (?. .. .,~ f1 • n !1.. tl - .(~. ...:~ .. b . ?. -0 RA Waste water 576 Na. h*~,ti:~r.al Ce:,tar i'or Air Palh4ticzt Cantrol, 0x'i Lce oi' Ie6ire atlve nnd Ptxblie Afi'air•a. '~~ M ^~ ~~.R Fc.a..L~i C:' ~ta, T' WASiJY:TG:3a, D.C.s (UfS.. F'ublyc lie€ OLtI Orrvicv Fublization 2.o. 164ye)
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50331 0761 TD 145 Ri 1973 2c. IECGtLOGY/ 1dASTF. 6.'AIFR/ s_~! -lT ~, a ~ <Systeyis. .k.~ MCGRANV-I-1ILL Si RIF.`'s` IN W,t,T1-',R RESOURCES AND EivT\'IROMNii3N C.:L ENIGINL•FZLING A LINVIT.. Cr. I.ICh Cc-rk;,c o,f Clcmson tin.rrcrsiry R'IcCRhW--,'-I7LL 1300?. COA;1'Ai~i1' ~ h n(1 n(a 0 ?. 6 7Al
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50331 0750 Waste water INUUST':;?r,L Wr,SsL c0,i:T?EtTCE, r,0c: EA1'IGS 07 TII3 NI1:CI•EI;;:T}Z, b:AY 1, 6, csd 7, a.9f~~>, PG ;TS I t•nd 2 (Purcua Univaraity Isngino3rfn- Futenoion :rori:;o NO. ZI7. ) 10,64 2 aola. Puxdu-l Univer:.ity LaftyctcQ, Iodienn U
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Po,g-A~, rZ ~ / Tn cv .9C-4. 1 ; roY+7y-c 1 „1 WATER TREATMENTaC A SURVEY OF CURRENT METHODS OF PURIFYING DO~IESTIC SUPPLIES AND OF TREATING INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENTS AND DO~fESTIC SEWAGE BY ' G. V. JAMES t Df.I3.E., ri.Sc., PK.D., rf.CFrE%t.A., F.R.LG e ~ n n n n 0 , &c4yt ot~ehe Socicty cf Analytical Chcmistty 1\:unbct of the Association of Public Analystt 50331 0752
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WATER--TREATMENT/ WASTE DISPOSAL/ TD 897 Ve 1979 I TLP%.EAT~\/'Ir~~NT AND e . . P. AARNE VESILIND Deparlment of Civil Engineering Duke University Durham, North Carolina . __ . ~ 0 0 - -----1 IS F, 0SAL OF JANN APBOR SCIENCE PUBLISHERS INC P.O. BOX 1425 • ANN ARBOR, MICH. 48106 ~ J ~j,~~STEWATE~ ~~,~ ~~~ j ~ Revised Ediiion
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A.rrvA-G~e' s,~s,~A T.rs.rx.e.O..~T/.~'.toecIt ~c~ c clCCt_ ~1'n~ .~'X~ /z M•~wF~~ E o's,~ r.e or,.~uocj; / r/L 1RR i'~DSoR~ i~ JY Caw>'iz ~ , "~"/iQiLL~,Tidy __ ~lTER ~~ aste ' a cer ~~eanup "~~~~i}~nient / 1971 C~ n tI n ~ r? ?<) 7 ?. 50331 0759 C. Pazar
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50331 0767 TU 897 l.`n 1963 ? k'A'.CLT--TRP'.AT:tENT/POLLUTION CONTROL/ PROCEDURES FOR EVALUATING PERFORMANCE OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS S- A Manual by URS RESEARCH COMPANY Environmental Systems Division San Mateo, California 94402 Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water Progr.ams Washington, D.C. Prepared for Under Contract No. 68-01-0107 0 0 6 o nn(i o2 ~) t;n
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50331 0770 ,., TD 897 Wa 1970 WATER--TREATMENT/POLLUTION--WATER/ Operation ai "Wastewater TYeatmeni ,~.'~1"a~.~Cs . MANUAL OF PRACTICE NO. 11 1970 by the :_WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FEDERATION, Washington, D. C. Prepared Under Direction of the TECIINICAL PRACTICE ri0\I Af ITTF)F. Bv the SUBCODSMITTEE ON UPF.RATIO:T OF WASTEWATER TREATIME:iT PLAIN1'S D. P. BACHDSEYER, Chairman J. AT. 13OLTON S. Ii. JE.irlxs S. W. SI3AFtlt L. T. HAGERTY J. F. ATEERS A. E. SPARR J. L. ROBINSOJi •,1 o () 9 (-) i'i 3 I
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50331 0734 -r4~GtetA q je,2> /J 3 ~ ~%~) l ~ / >r ,~1rs-7s~ If ~7Ss,~ A Framer.!o,k for Evaluafiittg lnstitutioi;al arrcf Secia i r,otzomic tsstf:a of Latid Treatment of 'WavW-Woteri Lce A. Christcnscn 2 ABSTRACT Land treatment of tvaste waters is receiving considcr•rbfe atten- lion as a wast^ water tsianagement alternative to meet water quality requirerrents. Tfte many questions raised with the land treatntent approach encourage a multidisciplinary planning approach. The systematie investicatioa of institutional and economic que!tions shoutd be mede concurrent with technical and enginecring studies. An investigation of :his tvastr tvatcr treatment afternativc rrrust address the questions of (i) what in;titutionat arrangenter•,ts will be us^c' to acquite the usa of the necessary land, and (ii) t-ro%v t!ie Iand treatment systertts will be-mani,ed.• Many factors influence the acrcaCe required for land treatm^nt syslcros incluiing community size, tt;n type of waste water being trc,rted, rrzna,ement systems used, land avai/:,bi!ity, and soil typc. An extensive area would be requircd tor a large nietropotitan area such as petroil. Sma!Ier commurritics ar po..wcr r• {rnt~ roufd re- q ttui:c Icss area, Nn_ryber ~~ti•:r~oo a~ckrir~}gttttlo I,y(r, arS._ug-~1 4:str•d, each t-'ith differcnt in:p!ic.rtions for ts.e aff,'cted farmers nnri tl.e autliority resannsibtc Fni tha o,vrahnt, <! tl-c svt+::o il eurnufation, fi!cn growth, re/a;ive freedum of decision ntal.in?, and sense of community participation. 69anaqement options are ae- sessed in a gcneral sense according to their prubab!e ctfecta en thez•, goats. Addition3l Indox Words: institutionai errangements, manage- ment options, goa!s. 7hc ct-,\.irorunrntal thiust of thc 1970's has res1t!tc•d in rcgu)ations to clc:u1 up w:tstc water from a ttt:mh<•r of sotu'ccs, irtc)uding indust:y, tntuticipalitics, anct euclc.tr 1>ov;rr gc'rcratitt, stations. Contniunitics tllrCiJQh(+ut thc c<>uutry f:tcccl •.\'ith ntccting thc 1985 Soal of zcro di'- 1~ tarl;c of pollutants intu strrtnis cncountcr Lr,tl; c•co- /tomi<•:utd cr.virr,nrncntal cumtr:tints ~2 )). 'i')t^ i!i,;h c< srs of orllYWtll,r r~r, i:11:I1'~', i('rt~lla.tt\', all(t t'~Ul'l'I.t~! j' tr r!r 9
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50331 0763 POLLUTIOIJ CO*:TROT./tJATii2:---i'OLLUTLOI4/. TD 897 Sa ].47G C Tat;asiji rZsano Associate Professor Department of Civil und E=nvironmr r Engineerincd Washington State University Puliman, hdashingion ~~f! AN iN ARL 0~: ~Cl~I~CE PUQLISHr.RS iNC P.O. BOX 1425 • ANN APBOR. MICH.48106 ; I nnr) L~.C.. t.e ~G jJ[Jr edited by Fj M ~n~~rr-~tf',.F?t 1~ .,r Vvr ~ e rn~ r~~, ~~I (y~ ~ t~~?f Df~~ ~^p ra, t ` ~+. ~` ~g»!~:~Ili r iG~~tt l~r~~i6~1~3~Ejt~t~3iyit. Robert L. rani:s Professor Department of Civic : ngineering and Engineoring Mechanics Montana State University t3oze[nan, E:11untana
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o cr rrirf R:.v /G~lr J! owAVrlr7 4A-# .c ~FrfIt r;e Is • - P ~S i PD S ~tL,/ f' t OC. c ~ .r..... , ,~ ._. . _._ _ .~.d,. . A0J-46i i fOIV - - t,I/f TER/PDA L-KTiON CrOWIR/l /PO1AN1•!D/V •- /j/R/ ~ /' o~C d. teT/,yA/ -•S O t I O l~f: f Y~/i,o iS' --~p~l t ss1/OA' P~A.yOijOO~tc' A~/d .d'PA'Hi~r~/ OOF /I? -- PQt l Pj /Db ^' A/9 dvJ~ G- L a s CI~ /'x S - - O/16 "l'e Ow ~ i ~n dtn. Ofli s - . ~ I rD ~ 'k-rietals j-I 71 Poll!] t.Ow`4~ ~~.6~ 1! Y f ~ igineering i F ' CoMlioO ~ g 5ygem ~ Hdbook an ?revention I i U fi Aaitfl by~1 (i 0 P <, 7 50331 0754 I 4 ; HERBERT F. LUND ~
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50331 0760 i I REQF ENCYCLOPEDIA Pf3 OF EI`1V1R0I*%J.MENTAL SCIEN(-'E 1976 NOISE/OCCUPATIONAL HEALTII/WATER--POLLUTION/PESTICIDES/ AIR--POLLUTION/EN`JIP.ON2fEPrTILL SCIENCE/WATER--TREAT!~ENT/REVERSE OSMOSIS/ ECOLOGY/ENERGY RESOURCES/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTII/POLLllTION CONTROL/WASTE WATER/ AND ENGINEERING Editors: JAMES R. PFAFFLIN & EDWARD N. ZIEGLER Univ. Windsor Polytechnic Institute of New York GORDON AND BREACH SCIENCE PUBLISHERS A'cw York London VOLUML' 1 (A-M) ; wnLtTMR 2 (N-Z)=- ._......,.,~_. 0 h_o n__. -n 0 tl- 2 6 7 3 Paris 0
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50331 0772 TD 8&7 ~ a 1977 ;Z POLLUTION CONTROL/WATER--POLLUTIO:J/ PRCCEEDiNC. FTHE FIFTH ANINIUAi.. _ DUSTRiAL POLLUTION CCNFERENCE / sponso,•Ed by fihe 414! t. ir's A~ c~ r f~. ~ t1~~~"~~'1fATER a EQUiPM ENTi lXlll. :UNf U EAC T U RERS ASS©CtAT!GiV, iNIC. 7Q00 WESTPA RIiC i? Ri VE SUiiE 304 N[ cLEAN, W'i RiC ENiA 2?'i 01 ~ c~ f1 a 6 ;; 703/093-15G0 . ' APREL 101-21, 1077
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, PV . ei ~3/-.33 (/973) '-- ~e~~~~ng ~ Nitrogen ~~-~~~ VVastewate r"Proeesses gme's -7.j s . 4basam" XT?:%qr9P- By HICI1ARt7 J. NCGIIJ, P.E., HSI Corporation. West Chicago, 111. Ammonia and nitrates are the principal forms of nltrogen' In many process vrastewaters. Ammonia !s converted to nitrates by biological oxic:atiore. I3ecause of this reaction, it exerts a high biochem:cal oxygen demand (f30D) in surface wa`ers. Nitrates are reduced to nitrogen gas by bacteria when ornanic tttsttor exceeds the oxygen supply. Both compcunds are a'gai nutrients, but amtnonia is much more _ toxic than nitrates. Ammonia cstripping at h*gh pH in cooting towers following lime treatment is effective, but canr,ot be used during freezing weather. A.Ico, the system may limits for drinking waters. Nitrogen in untreated rnunicip=:f . ing dissolved nioit:cular nitrog•=:" in either the orE;anic or arr.rror: biolo,-:ical treatment for rcmova; 7 results in conveis:on of mpst cf 1' to ammonla. As indicated above, some P^fn, prob!c:m; r:auiting fro:ii ammorr=: by nitrtication alone. bYt,ei corr.r: 13 required, then the addition,-l s:: must be added to tha treatment c ~ c.) rn -0 n t") o 9 r) 7 1
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50331 0778 Til Waste water--Pnalysis 897 In INDUSTnIa WASTE CONFCREt.CE, PACIFIC NORTiIWEST -- PRO.r.'EfiD7tvGS OP Tl-tL' T:LFVc.i•:tai, }'a;Y 9-10, 1963. ((Oregon State Univeraity Engineering Experiment StatSoa CircL isr 2do. 29.) 1964 303 psgca Oregon State Ur.iveraity Corvallis, Oregon i ~j ;~ ;~ 0 0 11 ia i
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50331 0775 1Afaste uatsr=-l+nu.].ysis. J American Society for Testing Materials. Symposium on continuous analysis of industrial water and industrial waste water; presented at the fifty-fifth an- nual meetinn (fiftieth anniversary meeting) American So- ciety for Testin.-Materials, New York, N. Y., June 21, 19:,2. Yhiladelpltia (1953, 51 p. filus. 23 cm. (Its Special tecbnlcal pubitcation no. 130) "Sponsored by Committee D-19 on Industrial Water." Includes btbiiographies. 1. Water-Analysls. r. Title. ir. Title: Conttuuous analysis of industrial water and industrial H,aste watcr. (Series) 'I'D38O.A5 1952 543.3 53-3 29 1 ~ " Library of Congress t71 . , . . . ~.. . ..~•..~ . . . •. . ~ 1'.. . .. . . • - . ... , . ,. . • ~ . :r. • --- ~i .. «. . . :! ~ . . ...... ,. -.,.. _.. ._... .. .- ' _ ---
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50331 0782 _ I D W3ste water--Analysis 89 7 In INDUSTRTAL WASTE CONFERENCE, PROCEEDINGS OF THE TIiI cTEENTII, Y,AY 5, 6, &nd 7, 1958. (Purdue Univeraity EnEineering Extension Series No. 96.) 1959 790 pa ;es Purdue University Lafayette, Indiana 0 ' :3 n ', il o 7 :j ~ c,
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50331 0773 .~ sq TD 380 Am 1979 2 c. WATEp WATER--AI:ALYS I S / WATER--AST"t STAhDARDS / --POLLUTION--*iEASURE~ME.`iT/WASTE WATER--ANALYSIS/ MEASUREMENT OF ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN WATER AN D WASTFWAT FR A symposium sponsored by ASTM Committee D19 on Water AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS Denver, Colo., 19-20 June 1978 ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 686 C. E. Van Hall, editor 0 1AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 t. 4 1 r -- ~
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50331 0780 Waste water--Analysis T*fit3.Tr,I.Ay Iaf.ST--- CCr:'f'Lrm'CS, P-I'MMI*:'.^.S 0: 7.:: IYKIIiRtM-1:1'3i, t4AY 5, 6, em-d 7, 1964, PA::TS Zcnd 2 (Purd•: e V:As~•arsity M: ~:ineerila~ e3 ha. A~.7. ) ` 1964 2 vaZc. Yurdue Uuisarteity Laffryetea, Indiruta 0
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50331 0776 TD - 897 Un ENVIRON;tENTAL MONITORING/WASTE WATER--ANALYSIS& 1979 QUALITY ASSURANCE TECH.'QIQUES/CHafISTRY, ANALYTIC/ EPA-600/4-79-019 i. TITLE AND SUBTITLE ~- wiiTER--AtvALY5IS/ I°• ^c4ArItNT'S ACCESSIOMNO. , Hand 4ook for Analytical Quality Control in Water and~Wastewater Laboratories t. AUTHORIS) Editor: Robert L. Booth, EMSL-Cincinnati LPERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS SAME AS BELOI•1 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Environmental Monitoring and Support Lab. - Cinn, Office of Resear`ch and Development 5. REPORT DATE March 1979 issuing date 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NC 1BD801 'T. C (.7 F:ACTi : °AN T 1 i 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. . CN Fi nal .. '.'JNSORING AGENCY CODE U.S. Environmental Protection Agency i Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 _ ; 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES ProjectfiOfficer,,: (fobert,,-~. ~Boo$h, fMSt-Cdncinn_a'i _ i6. ABSTRACT r In house NO. ':3 TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVEREC EPA/600/06 Y r C~ „~
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50331 078, G ~.. ..i~ . n . 7 ~. TD. 67aste water--Analysis 897 In INDIIST::IAL WAST? CONFCRFNCE, PROCEL•DIIP:GS 0F Z~IE SZY.TI:Ci3T3, tL11' 2, 3, cnd 4, 1961. (Purdue Uaivarai ty Engineering L•'xtcnsion Serics No. 109.) 1962 653 pagas Purdue Universit:y LQicyette, Iadi^ua
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50331 0766 TD 997 vn 1971. PDDL tirATER POLLUTION COf.'Ti;OL RrSi-:ARCH S,c.RIES 0 1606000?_ 07/71 ' t! ~ ~s STUDY OF REUTILIZATION OF WASTEiQA'1'ER' RECYCLED THROUGH GROUNDWATER Volume II BY • Doyle F. Boen. - _ --James H. Bunts, Jr.- Robert J. Currie - ~ Eastern Municipal Y'ater District Hemet, Califorr.ia 92343 for the S, ENVIROANtEh'TAL PROTECTION AGENCY ~. ) Project 16060 DDZ • . . . July, 1971 6z,,',f .an~lur- Q n 7(1 n (l t) 2 c~ 7 9
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lLLO LFE05 : ,vjg unSaln - ~l Ij 31 T 'n r.'u Ynr/ /^ ul7~ (wQ 1tl.L~ ) r l ` ~ f I'I?RI\'ai ~ 3.~o~ivct.~oct H.l.l,,r Xc•f.tYNOe uobrp'ni.aw7.1 JI!1Pi!.Sl ?7e r'lr~yc,.L Io 7u.u N":IN21V{11 -a S3' n k~ n I OV s ; IG6/ dW 14 6S Q.L N'-9 1tt V jyl -" X:WrM /iv.91 lwbgy1. .uSOl /... I f :C'70!~`~~ll~~ t~,J ~ ~ ~ °
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50331 0743 . WATEI'.-- POLLUTION / eeements o-7 Wnte(P sup'r!1ly "'i~~lC.: / ` V'y~~~c.°.'t'`J~,~c?~' seeond edition , With a tAaftn on groundwater by Dr. Jabbar K. Sherwani, Associate Professor ojllydrology, T/K Uniarrsity ojNorth Carolina at Chaprl Hill 1 1 JOHN WILEY & SONS,,INC• ~ ~ 11rew York • London • Sydney • Toronto >a ,. Nc fl n'!J fl 0 2 6 S f. - , A 1 Gordon Maskew Fair Lalt Abbott and James Lawrcnrr Professor of Enginraing and Coidon McKay Professor of Sanitary linginttring, Emcritus lloruard Unitnsi~y ~c,j/tll~ John Charles Geyer !. q Professor of Environmental Enginerrir.g 0 The Johns lfopkins Uniorrsity 3~ ' 5~ . Daniel Alexander Okun IProftssor of F.nuironmrntal Eneintrring The Uniutrsity of North Carolina at C6#rl Nill A.= 9
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50331 0765 I TD 897 Un 1973 t-JATF.R---TREAT; SENT/I'OLI.U'f ION COtiTROLT START•UP OF AZUNICIPAL W.1STEIVATER TRLATDILN'1' FACILITIES ?dUNICiPAL OPERATIONS 13R~t\'CIi OFFICE OF %!'ATER PROGRAII OPERATiOti'S U. S. ENVIRONAII!:NTAI, PROTECTION AGF.XCY WASHINGTON, D. C. 20460 CONTRACT NO. 63•01•0341 DECliAi13ER 1973 C h r1 n n t) U? ~ 7 ~
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: CHF.PIISTRY, A.VALYTIC--COLLECTED tti'ORKS/ S"'E t•TA`:ER-~,?~'ALYSIS/ SdATER--A;r'A YSIS/J'OLLL'1'70`.'--~ATER/I•'POrjaiiic 'D 380 Le '`~ie Analysis of 1973 Pollutants in Water and Waste Water 50331 0787 W. Lcithe Head of the Main Laboratory The Austrian \'itrogen Company Translator Conuulting 1'eclinical Editor ; . STS, Incorporated 1~,'ina AIcClelland, Director of Water KcsParch Ann Arbor, rtichigan National Sanitation Foundation , Ann Arbor, Michigan i, s•~ 0 _....... -, .,,---, il fl (I fl :3 i/-n t) ~~ p~ ' ~ ~, Lz : -~ - . .,..
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50331 0789 CNEIMISTRY, ANALYTIC /h'ATCR, INDL'STRIP.L--ANALYSIS/ NP.STE WATER--A,"IALYSYS/I'OLLL"TION CONTROL/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--TR.'1CE ELE-AENIS/ AIR--POLLUTIOIJ/ QD 131 Te 1973 ~` f~ ~ i~ ~. ..~ 1n Automated ;. ~ q . ~~' '~'~ ~ ~ ~,`S 19~ Technicon ~~~ "~ International Volume 8 Congress vironmental Quality 1973, biediad tncorperated, P.O. Bor 417, Ta:rytow-n, New York 10591 / i.i-' : ,; '' " !~ ~ '1 njn n I j
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50331 0779 INaU.TraEL W:S3'E C0:1";.I'UE2,iCS, )~ocrediW.3 of thca FxL'CCeD.tii, t4::, 3, 4, and 5, 1960 ~,F~ur.Sz~s 13n3vos~ciCy F:ngi.neCrlnu Fa:2ensloa Se.iss i.o. 106) } 9fil 624 Pegen : urdus Urireraity Latayetta, Yndtnsa
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50331 0785 MASS ~PECTROMETRY/WASTE WATERrANALYSIS WATER=-ANALYSIS/CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--ORGANIC/ U. SI ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY/ ENVIR OMENTAL MONITORING/CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATO TD Advances in the GRAf NY 380 Ke Identification & Anat sis 1981 y of 4rganic Pollutants in Water Volume 2 Edited by - Lawrence H. Keith z: ~IV ANN ARBOR SCIENCE ' MO(tTH Gt~IJUt T ERV /THE BUT
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50331 0792 POLLl3TI0N--WATER/ ~- ' WATER, INDUSTRIAL--ANALYSISIWASTE WATER--ANALYSIS/ .Q 123 Un 1973 HANDBOOK FOR MONITORING INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ' Technology Transfer August 1973 r
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50331 0794 WaWaste water--Analysis. 1999 ~' 3c. Wator anoZ2!!'ifG1l Conr_ro}. Fcc?nzatiCll, X.F,i?OrrCtor}T Munual foa- Opc-.6tozs Con'_aiec.:Pe ; ,,..r~.~ ., 1~0.~ Iin`~ilL~- ~,;.r:~~. _...a i ~r...~~.~-~~ N`L;~c 2:,'GY c.ry (V-U'L" T'Q:.i;.:ts'.Cn Iip . 190 62 pages Water Pollution Coatxol Fcderrtfon I7µJhlugiccn, D. C. C> n n 0 2- 1 -C! 7
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. AMES-TYPE TESTING/MUTACENICITY/CARCINOCENICITY/:1IR--POLL_UTIw--ANAI,YSIS/ SJATER--AI~ALYSIS/' WASTE SJATER--A`~ALYSIS/ .. •0 N-NITROSO Cn~`~iPOUNDS/rnpiPUTERS--C.11F.MISTRY/AT(Y.•17C ARSORPTTn`S SPECTRn`4ET?{Yf FOURIER TRAIVSFOR"4 ANAT.YSIS/CHROMATOGRAPIIiC ANALYSIS--iON C11R0*tATCCRAPIIY/ ATOMIC EM ~S ~ION SPECTP~SC~P~RACF, EL~+EN~S/I:NVIRO`7~lENTAL ~iONITORIN!:/ lvl.Oriit01'111~ OXiC tlbS Stanc_eq ~ 465 / Dennis Schuctzle, EDITc 1979 Based on /symposium sponsored I by the ACS Division of jndustrial and Enbineering Chemistry at the 174th Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, Illinois, August 31, 1977. A C S -S Y M P O S I U 1A S E R I E S AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY WASHINGTON. 0. C. 1979 () 6 . u U
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50331 0795 897 Waste water--Bibliography Be % 2~ , "enncstt, Gary T . oy BM::,c, Q,N ~ r n,r?v) P+'r t;:.ST::^,, by caoy r. I3r.nr:: Ct ,..1d Vf ~~~? 52 Pr.rycto :u±~rt.cs.n YnStf-CuQ:o of Clcc;rtca1 1,Tileh~.iIt;tcci, D. C. L'ng;.nee~:ru .:,. T ~. . . ... . : ,. . . . . .
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D 14, 9. 0% 1164 ~titlt t f'tt - - tifditf.4 ~t ~/ (,+6: rr~ii:>> r, •~T= riM.rJf-Y e ~i: f ~~l-• 50331 0791 Assoeiate and Director of Research Metcalf and Eddy, Engineers, Boston Formerly Professor-of Snnitany Chemistry Massachusetts Institute of Technology Clair N. Sawyer Perry L. McCarty r • . 1 F. Professor of Sanitary Engineering \ Stanford University 7 'i CHEMlSTI:Y FOR SANITARY CNGrNEFl:S
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50331 0801 INDUSTRIAL WASTE CONFERENCE, PACIFIC NORTHWEST - PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH, MAY 9-10, 1963. (Oregon State University Engineering Experiment Station Circular No. 29.) 1964 303 pages Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon x., n n n o 0 9. 7 1 4
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0 50331 0798 Waste Water--Disposal Gukcs Uaivczs{ ty Fc 0C :.OFi:GJ 07 ^"eiR E?.L`•VLtnli SvTjTt'P_!.M i/VJLVZi'{iy ii.a-.L si=L"JST tIf ' i:. .f., _ C...'TG' by L`,aka Leivcr3i.ty, Uortth Cc:olina SGaa, und Unxvnxalty cZ North Cu.o11na 1:'S2 184 Pages Cbcistian Printin$ Co:apany Durh~a, Nurth C«Yollnzs t~:~•t) n n ~~ ~ 2 7 1. 1
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50331 0802 Waste water--Disposal It1*JUSTRf..1L WASTE CONFERENCE, P;oceedings of the l+ifteeathr May 3, 4. and S, 1960 (Puwrdue Univeraity Engineeriag Factoasioa Seriea No. 106) 1961 624 Peges Purdue Univorsity Lafayette, Indicna
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50331 0805 TD 897 In Waste water--Disposal INDUSTRIAL WASTE CONFERENCE, PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTEEtiTH, MAY 5, 6, and 7, 1958. (Purdue University Engineering Extension Series No. 96.) 1959 790 pages Purdue Univorcity Lafayette, Indiana w ^i-% t7 n n n •lb P 7 t• 8
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50331 0804 Waste water--Disposal INDUSTRIAL WASTE CdNI'E;tENCE, PROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTEEKZ''.-i, MAY 2, 3, and 4, 1961. (Purdue University Engineering Extension Series No. 109.) 1962 653 pages Purdue University Lafayette, Indiana : 7
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6`ATE.R--POIJ.UTIO'7--MEASUF,F.ISE:Ct`%WASTE WATER--ANALYSIS/ _ CHMMISTRY, A\'ALYTIC--TRACE ELE"fENTS--DETERMINATION/SELENIUM/CNE*iISTRY--COMPUTERS/ POLLUTION COIdTROL/AIR--POLLUTION/ TD 897 Un 1978 National ConferencQ On V 6 n ~ ~_. .~"' ~ '3 '0. 0 1 w .i e p S c`'.~. ~~ 4irafc Sponsored by: i .VHazardous Materials Control L'~ -:2) Research Institute A Inforn iation Trzr~sfer Inr ~ ~ In Association bVith: l i A l P gency, ~ on rotect U.S. Environmenta U.S. Geological Survey / and National Bureau of Standards . '4e A2 `'-s Denver, Colorado November 27 - 29, 1978 .e- 50331 0793 Q :~ f) (~ (1 (~ 0 2 7 f~ 6
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50331 0783 . , ~ ._... --- .. . C1IR0MATOGPAPIIIC A:'ALYSIS--(;AS Cl!RO?`ATOCPAPI!Y/ C1?RO:tATn(:PA°'.IIr ANALYSiS--LIQI1Th C11P.n'.iATnrRAPIiY/ C1In0"t11T(1GRAPIIIC A?:h.LYSIS--T11I?'=LAYER Cl':P,n`iATnORAPi1Y/ CFiROMATOl:RAP?IIC A':ALYSIS--rAS-T.Ir)I'In C!IPn,iAT(1CRAPIIY/ • CNROMATO(:RAPHIC A:.ALYSIS--TOP, ACCO Sl'QY.I:/TOT'ACCO--S",Ol!r--ANALYTICAI. 'fFT1iODS/ WASTE WATEP.--A:`IALYSIS/t.'ATER--POLLi'TIOr;--;iF.ASPRE?'E`lT/CO1tP1'T>JRS--CIII:*'TSTRY/ T~ournal of Chroa:atogranhy 12E,, Nov. 3, 1976, 798 pp. 1~International, 11t1,,;Symnosium on Advances in ChromatoPraphy, ltouston, Qn Texas, Nov. 1-5, 1976/ 276 Ad ADVA?~CES IN CHROMATOGRAPHY edited by Michael Lederer & Y. Macek • _ 1976 , i a fl Ll . (i +x J :i n ~1 2 6
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50331 0790 0 f Y OL %) 1z•onD--.vrALrSrs/ CHFIISTRY, ANALYrI -AUTQtfATIC/E2,VIRON."lE:JTAL T'ONITORIt;C/' WATER, INDUSTRIAT.--A`ZALYSIS/1:ATF.R--POLT.UTIOK/CitEMISTRY--CO'IPl'TF.RS/VOQ. / .'Z/ ~ n 1.ASTE 1J.1TER---1:7:~T.YSIS/ ~ f,fl , I 1977 M.,HaJ Inc. P.O.Rox417 T:irrytua n. N.Y. 10591 Editorial 1'uGliccrtiun Board J ~•./..~~ r~ ~y/•, ..J Cl IL.~ L tPa ("~ f ~'-'1 C=`=i'~ ~;"~ '1 f t ~~ 1 = ~ __Ti- Jechnicon International Congress 1976 ~cvc. I 3, 1y. Is; ,y 71-) VOlume 2 Industrial Symposia Edwin C. R:utun Aldo C•oncna N1ichacl J. F. vu Crus Frank 1. Kabot Kich:ud K. Love Calin DiadJix )amcs F. Murdock Lcc 1'crlman o8f :~.f~~ 0 ; 0 't1 n () 0 2 1 (1 :; . i
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50331 0796 P.A _ 576 Waste water--disposal ' 3c, ftit_L.. Amexicrn Chemicu1 Socictiy, subco~-~attca on 1 C• EISviTo11i;autl2l IMP=„YC'xL2]t CQv CitttUQ ot3 Chemistry ancs T'ubl;c ; f£aira CL1t.i,Ui.itiG GU:'c L:xdy1FQ;:Kui2i i1ff; CtIE4ZClaL BASIS Z'Oi= AGL LV.3 1?1,9 249 Pagnm fuwrtmn Chemica2 Soaisty Wa; hin„ten, D. C. C) !3 i'l n n 0 0 2 7~~~
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50331 0800 +~`. `_....._. ....._....aW.......___.. ~.~,~..>.-....r.~.~~.._~,..a.r...iy:a......:.~i.~s_~aLt`c~iL ~ ~ T'DS ~ .,f Waste Water--Disposal ~ 897 Re Iuke University, North Carolina State, and University oP North Cs.rolina PRaCSSD12,a3 OF THE THX,,,~}t.•,TH SOUTHHRAi Id'5N1C IPr:L AiJD I2:DLS T r.rAL WASTE Corl?:~,;?:'fi, 1964 212 Pages .-,,. :_- `' Chrietian Printing Comps,ny, Durhsm, N.C. ;v.
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50331 0768 MAIvUFACTEIRINC, VOL. III/POLLUTIntd CONTROL, VOL. IV/jdl4TTsR--POLLUTIO;I,VQL. IV/ WASTE WATER,VO1.. IV/AIR--•POLLUTION,VOL. IV/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH, VOL. IV/ HB 3730 Un 1976 G U fvEi :=cA L ['tec:lt71nC,~' K6iOuliieCYg° Cc s 9 (lCs(}ifrLL' 1-1i-uecfings of tho Sc~cv~~d+ Synsi~osi~.cm onti esearch ApEslied to NaiiQnat FFeeds w4.Ci::::^?.gio:i HbiitQlj Washington, D.C. Nove,mber 7-9, 1:,RiG VO L U !' i i= t Ef•vF QP, M A T I ri N /=X f\! D P L E P-1 Y vE 3 S Ec3N; S VOLU[:'/C tf US!r`G NATURAL RESOURCES / VOLUML III lMPROViNG, P.ROD UCT{VITY VOLUME IV COPING WfT11-1 iJfAf•J-MAJC AN'..~i NATURAL HAZARDS VOLUl1'/F V I11ftPROVENCa GO V i={3(vf0 E NT ResPONsWersEss TO PUGE.tC r~c:•_DS ZL . J, Mational Srlnnee :=t3onda,EUil VOLUME VI - n 6 f) nn f t (l 2 0 A I R1:Gt1LATION
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50331 0786 ~..~r .1.se.4 • ~_~u__..w.~.. r.~__~.. ~_a.. .....L.:.4..~._...,.Z!'1+`ti11~~vW4Nrar~iJ TP Waste water--Analysis, v. 2. 370 Na c ~It_ .r1AC~.ona1 i:auuers l~seocia~:a.ca- Ltesearcli b IcLwratori4? Ref. LAD4 :&Tt;:.'X 2•;~'~NUA Ft; 2 Z'0QD AND TP P: o~LSSt~ ~:?. W.I. ~,.1t) Pr~OCLSSYNc. 370 Na Vol* 2•-MALI'SS:S, SA2;T4aZOa, AND :T/IM:iIC3 ~~' ZSnB 2 Co3.e. t'i1~L t.rf. 1Tubiichftg Co. Veuegort, Conn. .~< 0 . ^ i~ 1 . ~ ~ t !• ~I. .~ . l~.
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50331 0797 Waste: Aater-oisposal. b TD catt.fairnta• 6kate.WatNt' Pa17•uAon T3USrQ. Sacrwaenta. 897 07/ l.l+7l1 {;.._ Ca 3c: . =o:~ :~.'. ; ~ es UJ.. ~f. C) r ,~, ~~~~ :1
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iJATER--ANALYSIS/WATER--POLLUTION--?tEASUREMEVT/h'ASTE 1dATSR--A.'dgI vcTe /. ___ CWiISTRY, -A.*IALY'FIC_--ORGANIC/ t TD ~ ; 380 ~ >en ~ ~ 1978 t NCPOHT NU. 2• . EFA-560-6/78-009 •.1T1E ANOSUL'T/TlE Identification of Organic Compounds in Industriai Effluent Discharges Agency Water pollution1.'ater analysis Industrial l:ater USEPA 68-01-4350 i 1 '13. TYPE OF /tEPORT ANG PE RIOD CCYEFit '-- D. AVTMOhISI 18. PERfORM:NG O:iGANI2ATION REPOf.T 1. J,_Scott l.'arnr•r 2. PERfORMING OHGAt:12AT1ON NAMC AND ADDHESS Donald L. Perry, C.C. Chuang, Cregory A. Jungclaus, and Eattelle Columbus Laboratories', 505 King Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201 /2. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS l•nitcd States Environmental Protection Office of Toxic Substances h'ashington, D.C. 20460 and Environmental Research Laboratory 15. SVYPLEMt NTAnY NOTES I 1rU ¢, AOSTHAC ~ a tt n rS.o •leE -•t~ - D. ftECIPS~: IJ A",,,~,~/~, .ti. (j 6. f:EPO/1T DATE 17ovea:ber, 1978-Date_of Prcpar. .iEnfOkMING ORGANIZATIVN CODE 10. PROGRAM CEEMENT NCG. • (SI~n1J~f1ACT/GNANT N~. (USEPA), Athens,~ Gas chromatoFra,hy nt 63Kriluyut ~qd •,i.• /. / 11 I `tass spectroscopY Trace orF.anic c< CC/fSS/mQ' Waste ef f luents 21 lotal.e vaters .•ere col les ted Iro:: e wide . 50331 0788 ~ . TECfiNtCAL REPOnT DATA (Pkate reod Inrlruelront on VIr recese br/ore co .nplrrin!/ ~
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50331 0807 aak Waste watei --3isposal 576 Na lhtio.ycl Center for Air Pollutioa Control, Oi i ice of Legislative twd Public AS'Caizs. AIR P0 "'17Gu: FxiOCEi.1:3i ::3 CF TY.E TiiM rMZaM CaTFORT"kE, wASx:~,;Tau, n.C., {ES.S. P:tblic lipu.lt5 Service Publicatioo no. 1b49.) 1967 6667 PP• idashingtoa .. a n n :.n 0 a..l~
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50331 0806 ~ WASTES, IND WASTE WATER ~JSTRIAL/WATER--POLLUTION /WATER--PURIPICATION/WASTE TREATMENT/ ~-DISPOSAL/POLLUTION--WATER/WASTE DISPOSAL/AIR--POLLUTION/ roceedings of the 30th INDUSTRIAL WASTE CONFERENCE May 6,.7 and 8, 1975 (13I1•pp•) . , Purdue University The Purdue Industrial Waste Conference is under the direction of: : ~y Lafayette, lndiana , Se""es )ANN ARBOR SCIENCE : in cooperation with the ; PUBUSHERS INC The School of Civil Engineering The Division of Conferences and Continyation . P.O. BOX 1425 • ANN ARBOR. MICH. 48106 ? Indiana Environmental Management Board Indiana Department of ~4at~ral Resources ~ndiana Sectibb oE•theiAmer~ca63 Water Works Association Indiana State Board of Health Indiana Stream Pollution Control Board
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50331 0812 . t *. '1 1 ELECTROLYTIC PROCESSES & APPARATUS/DIALYSIS/DESALINATION/ IJATER--PURIFICATION/REVERSE OSP•10SIS/IJASTE+rJATER--PURIFICATIO;~ SEPARATION(TECHNOLOGY)/DIFFUSION/FILTRATION/ GASES--SEPARAI ION/ELECTRODIALYSIS/ TP; MEMBRANE AND 1551 Sc! ULTR~°~F6L T RATEC)N 4 F~fi c d!ry leanetta Scott 1980-. TCCE~i~,f~Lt~E~Y Recent Advances %~ - ! ~ NOYES DATA CORPORATION ~. r ~, n* n n n 0 ?. 7 ?. F
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i0331 0799 +~ P.?5se. Un4vc-rrytfyr No_rth Car.^.•3._:nn 2'r.*,,t.e, nnt: Y'::. . '....4. •.j Q17 r_.air4LiJ Zi4 slzl: is~+sl • 7 ,'a l 125 .., r :;a?~:r ~:oz <;h C;aro3: i:... ~. ... .:-.- . TD I Waste Water--Disposal 1 897 Re
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50331 0816 TD 8•) 7 Ch 1972 2c. /SE1JAGE/ collectio~i -::.:; trea#metit ; . disposal ~.......~....~_~ Metcalf & Eddy, Inc. McGtaw-Hill Book Company McGRA`V-HILL SERIES IN NVATER RESOURCES .ND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Consulting Editors: Ven T. Chow, Rolf Eliassen, and Ray K. Linsley a 0 6 () n n i`) U 2 7 ?. 9
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50331 0815 ' . TECHNICAL REPORT TD 897 Un 1978 WATER i CONSTRUCT I ONi-COSTS FOR MUN I C I PAL 4ASTEWATER~ CONVEYANCE'SYSTEMS-: ` 1973 - 1977 BY DENVER, COLORADO MAY 1978 PREPARED FOR EPA 430/9-77-014 DAMES & MOORE POLLUTION CONTROL ENGINEERING SERVICES 2/.f. . ENV I RONMENTAL PROTECT I ON AGENCY OFFICE OF WATER PROGRAM OPERATIONS WASHINGTON, D.C- 204G0 _0 _c~ (1 __Il_.11__0--y---2-- --- i 5 MCD-3t3
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INDUSTRYh.t WASTE COaPEU0CE, PPOCEEDIt.GS OF T'JE NINE'1'EEt7T1., MAY 5, 6, ead 7, 1964, PPARTS 1 md 2 (Purdue Uuivoraitp Engine,ering Extenrjion Scriee No. 117.) 1964 2 vo18. Purdue Uni.voredtq LsfapettQ, India.nm 0 0 f~ ~(1 r~ .0 U 7 7 t i,
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54331 0811 WASTE DISPOSAL/tdATER--POLUTION/WASTE WATER---DISPaSAL/• TD ULTIF.7P.TE DISPOSAL OF WAS'IEtYATERS 007 ANU THEIR RCSiDUALS , Dn Sponsored by the 1973 National i~rmposium RESEARCH TRIANGLE UNIVERSITIES April 26 and' 27, 1973 Duke Univetsity Norih Carolina State University ~ 'Jniversity of North Carolira at Chapel Hill Edited by F. Eugene McJunkin and P. Aarne Vesilind J S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY • Region IV In cooperation with the American Society of Civil Engineers American Water Resources Association Universities Council on Water Rcsources Water Pollution Control Federation t) Q^ Q C??,^, Conference Secretariat WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH lNST1TU'fE OF THE UNiVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 124 f3iddick Building North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina 27G07 y•- d
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Sp33j pe26 • t TD 897 WATER--TREATMENT/ PRACE,SS DESIGN AIANUA L Un 1974 FOR ~ UPGRADING t,aISrING ,VIYASTE'WATrR TEII :ATIIEINT PLANTS U. S. ENVIItONAiI"NTAL PILO'1'EC'I'ION AGENCY Tcclinoloby ''ra nsfcr October 1974 I i n r. rf c; 2 1 7 9
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50331 0784 HEADSPACE TECHNIQUES/CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING/WASTE WATER--ANALYSIS/ ~'r `lotirnA E roniuental8cicnce and licalth J "' G I•; Me5-$1 -'. -~tVlRONrlRNTAL SCILNCE AIVD ENGINEERIN ' ~ S - F ~ ~ ^- , _ _ .~.. .. . i r` .•.'. ~ 'S . * . I' ~ : ` ~ Vohtms A IS. TVumber S. 1980 , t` • , • 'Speclt'Issue on t'sopiss in rrroruy rou..rani sna}y.u ,. . ' y - t : ~ . _-""', An Evaluation of Factorb AffectinQ the Microextractwr _ of Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbentene and o-Xylene into Pentane,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,Laboratory Management in Methods Development . . . ~ K. E. 17irun, K. E. Simmons, arrd J. £. Oherholizer H. Taylor, C laekton, M. Alillcr, and D. R, Rarshnec J. Application of Current Methods for Metals Determination Estimated Application of Gas Chromatographic in Wastewaters from the Organics/Plastics Industry .. ... Headspace Analysis to Priority Pollutanta ......... C. S. .'Monteith and J. £. Gebhart W. F. Cown and R. K. Baynes 'I Analytical Problem Soltiing with Verification Samples Experimental Application of Gas Chromatographic Interference Reduction Options .................. Headspace Analysis to Priority Pollutants.........C. Jac.l;son, R. Pavlrck, K, Scholrz and D R Ruzhneck , . . Umbrcit and R Grob •- G L R . . . . Approach to Quality Assurance/Quality Control in the Priority Pollutant Analyses of Industriat W astewaters Organic Chemicals Industry Monitoring Pro ram Q ....... Using a Microextraetion Approach ............. p, k'. /loltzclak, and A!. D. Neptune J. A'. Rhoadcs tnd C. P. Nulron ----~_ __ -___--_--------- _ MAR_CEL DEK_KFR, 1%C• ASew_York and Basel h (' n n ~~~~, ~ j QQntributiW9c to..jhis journal are publi+hed free of charge V / A• I ~~S'111 40: 9
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50331 0825 I EPA 430/9-77-013 WATER--3:AFAT'rtENT/ TD CONSTRUCTIONyC9STS FOR MUNICIPAL 897 v„ • ,~A-&T-~+MTER~-.TREATMENT, PLANTS : • 1978 ~ 1973 - 1977 BY DAMES & MOORE WATER.POLLUTION CONTROL ENGINEERING SERVICES DENVER, COLORADO JANUARY 1978 PREPARED FOR U.S.ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OFFICE OF WATER PROGRAM OPERATIONS WASHINGTON, D.C, 20460 {) n (I l7 2. / i 11 I
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50331 0820 Ilxes72 PB 189 953 S.P. COST AND PERFORMANCE ESTIMATES FOR TERTIARY VI-ASTEIVATERi TRBA:T11`IGefz#t1DC`ESS&S Robert Smith, et al ROBERT A. TAFT WATER RESEARCH CENTER REPORT NO.TWRC-9 Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, OHIO BASIN REGION ' Cincinnati. Ohio )Une 1969 U.S. DEPARTYEMT OF COYYERCE ADYAIICED lYASTE TREAVIEI1T fiESEARCH lA3QR:;TCRY •IX tATI0'tAL TECN:IICAL I•';FOR:~,T10'? SER'liC.E ~ . . . . . . . ~S^..';'!.clrs...a..rv~w _ ~ . . . \ } t.) U2 7 N .1
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i0331 0823 TD 897 Un . 1971 PDDL c5'fiifr~T2UN/PQi.L[ : IGV--,',~T} Rl COST WATER POLLUTIOti' CONTROL RESFARCN SERIES/ I - ; ~ . R._F. Banker ESTIMATING COSTS AND MANPOk'ER REQUIR€MEyTS FOR CONVENT IOtiAL WA-Sft?61ATB'RW.TREATMEh'T,s FAGILiTIESr by W. L. Patterson ~ B1ack & Veatch ' Consultiug ingineers 1500 Meadow Lake Parkway Kansas City, Missouri 64114 for the Office of Research and Monitoring V, ,S, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Project #17090 DAN Contract #14-12-462 October 1971 t~i (! i~ () (1 n () i) 77 3
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50331 0827 -- II He -72 S.P. 1* - . ...~ ...........:....... ._ , _~....... .... _. ____ ~y. _._ . V-1371*$ 7 7 6 COST OF 1V'1STEW'7!''1"ER"['TRE!lTME'N'r'[1''TOMSSE3 y NK ~. T.(l V[CI[ l[...fG11 r.hC.f o••~• David DEPARTMENT OF THE 1 INTERIOR . ~c~ K., ~,,~~ ~~~~[,[ U.S FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ADMINISTRATION 01110 BASIN REGION LDYAliCED Y1hStE TREATMIENT RESEARCH lABO?ATD;tY - YI Cincinnofi, Ohio .llecember 1968 NATiO}tALTtCHt11CALI1tiFORtATIO,'iSERVICE U.S. DEPARTMEKT OF COMMERCE • r U il 1J ll r) 0 lJ ! 7 Li i/
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`V j....~ Xr,r.lr-•I`F'.J -r 0C+.aiff i a'L.V' "" dLf Qs•./J:1Abr.-./ asi_ dl-..rir-+x :wr~>~w 1~dl~c.t~ v"r®w - - wf T~hJ~/PQ~6-~rrie~~ eowrfr o< re.;2,.r P O,C L l..T~.~'iY --s o t STEifr 1'O At a J ioA, -- AA w.c/ G rG d s C/t R/'-Vs-- ~ ~ II1dUIStBEIaII I 7-D Tr gaL~ -Dietals : . ~'~~ u L ineeting I ~ System evention (~~o~tism9 i Handbook ~ F. l.I~RID HEf-;BER-I' F 11 i 0 ') `' n " n .~ T ~n 2 50331 0809 Edited by
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JI'iU1.1 14u a nLML l n/ I UuM~ ~ V--JI IUf~I l/U--1 UDL 1 ~,/ f UL 1 Y 1111 L l.f1LVKl UL/ 1`/ l I KUULIV ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING/STATISTICAL METHODS/MATHEMATICAL MODELS/ - AIR--POLLUTION/t•tASTEWATER TREATMENT/AIR--P&~1~j8~;B~~Ff~l z~i0~~~F71'/ TOXIC SUBSTANCES (TOXICOLOGICAL TESTING) / HK u/ ~ ARC~IOuE~iCSIS ~ lEnv~rQ~me~~ric5 1: 576 1981 Selected Pa~ erS ~ ~/. 5 ~ This volume presents seventeen "Selected Papers" which were given at Environmetrics 81, a conference held in Alexandria, Virginia April 8- 10, 1981. These papers describe a number of research results in areas relating to environmental quality where mathematics and statistics have played a significant role and at the same time they often point to new topics awaiting future investigations. The papers are in part expository in nature; it is hoped that they will be useful to researchers for reference and that they will serve at the same time as an introduction for those who may be entering the field. Selections from a Conference sponsored and sup- ported by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, and the SIAM Institute for Mathema- tics and Society. Philadelphia 1981 UlVAIUL/ 9 0 ~,% ri n (I I) O ,7 7 5-0 50331 0622
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50331 0828 TECHNICAL REPORT TD 897 Un 1978 y c ANALYS I S OF OPERAT I ONC „ AND h1A I NTENANCE CO~TS FOR MUP•II C I E'AL'4ikSTEIv'A1`ER-TREATiIEIaT SYSTEMS BY DAMES & MO.OR E WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ENGINEERING SERVICES DENVER, COLORADO FEBRUARY 1978 EPA 430/9-77-015 MCD-39 PREPARED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OFFICE OF WATER PROGRAM OPERATIONS 0 n C 20460
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50331 0840 INDUSTRIAL WASTE CONFERENCE, PROCEEDINGS OF TNE SIXTEEPiMH, MAY 2, 3, and 4, 1961. (Purdue University Engineering Extension Series No. 109.) 1962 653 pages Purdue University Lafayette, Indiana 0 ,; .:! 0 ~-I il u 7 7
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50331 0817 e a t McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY SECOND EDITION INiETCALF & EDDY. INC. Re.ised b. GEORGE TCHOBA'1OGLOl'S Professor of Ci% il Encin.erinc Uni.ersitv of California. Dacis New York St. Louis San Francisco Auckland Bogota Dusseldorf lohannesburg^ London I~idri¢~ A~xicot ~ontreal New Delhi PanamA ~) {~ Pa~s Sao ~ubi/ S~k(gapo(e • Evd Tolyo Toronto V
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50331 0821 II Me5-81 ,,:~..~.a~, S.P. \~ EFIa , Rn..a% .V o.r.a~ Evaluation of ,`0-111- sy B. A. Hegg Operation and K. L. Rakness Maintenance Factors James. R. Schlltz Larry D. DeMers Limiting Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant Performance , Phase 11 06 (1 0 ci t1 0 2 7 3 4
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50331 0833 TD 897 Re ,uL'..: - - ....... Wastes,- Industrial - ~y - - ~= - - = - ~ Duke Univorsity PROCEEDINGS OF 1HB ELE'IEA'TH SO'.JT31F';Y KUt1ICIPAL Ah'D YPDUsTI;IAL k:;STE CONFEPE.hCE, by Dulco Univa,oity, P;orth Carolina StstQ, and Univoroity of North Carolina 1962 184 Pages Christian FrintiG-, Co^spany DwTham, North Caio3.ina I l) _ . .•.i~. --- ~
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50331 0837 !i , ~:_..:.~....:~=~ - .r~_..__.r..... TD 897 In Wastes, Industrial INDUSTRIAL WASTE CONFEP:k.'NCE, PACIFIC NORTHWEST - PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVEN'TH, MAY 9-10, 1963. (Oregon State University Engineering Experiment Station Circular No. 29.) 1964 303 pages Oregon State Univarsity Corvallis, Oregon U .~ 0 - 0 2 ! - ; - 0
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Wastes, Industrial Il;DUSTRIAL WASTE OONPBRBISCB, ftoceedtags of the Fiiteenth. May 3, 4. tnd 5, 1960 (Pvxdue Uaivcscyity Engirzasrir.g Exteasion Series No. 106) 1961 624 Pages Purdue Univczsitv Latayette, Yndiana •-.7 -• .. . , ~Ov« f1 1't.,t
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50331 0839 INDi1STP.IAL S,ASTE CO.IFEFMCE, P1:OC':.'EDIh'^.S OP T1]E NxNETEENTH, MY 5, 6, aad 7, 1964, PARTS Z rnd 2 (Purdue UuiCeraitq Engineoriag Extouoion Sarica No. 117.) 1964 2 volo. Purdue Uaivroroity Loisy®tte, IndiQna .3
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50331 0829 FERTILIZER Application d,f North Central Regional Research Publication 235 October 1976 / AND MANURES/WASTE TRE 'ITt1 NT ludges and. ~ as ~eWaters 897 o~~. "L~g~~~.cu~Ll.uraA. 1LF~~~t,~: Kn '~' ~~ l ~'! i ~ d 1976 , o~.~.a ~uitJle ~.i uc~~fl. ` Planning a~ Edited by ' BERNARD D. KNEZEIC and ROBERT H. MILLER Sponsored by North Central Regional Committee NC-118, Utitization and Disposal of Municipal, Industrial, and Agricultural Processing Wastes on Land In cooperation with Western Regional Committee W-124, Soil as a Waste Treatment System 1 OHtO AGRICIILTVRAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER Wooster, Ohio Research Bultetin 1090 I t ~ L • .~./c{.~t!OJ
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50337 0841 TD 897 In '.1 Wastes, Industrial INDUSTRIaL WASTE COMFERENCIs, PfiOCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTEENTH, tViY 5, 6, end 7, 1958. (Purdue University Engineering Extension Series No. 96.) 1959 790 pages Purdue University Lafayette, Indiana
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50331 0843 . ~ TD / 897 Na h'astesi~ Industrial. a .,_..~ .<-•- -• ~ - ~~ 0 •~3. ~ L` ,rn National Canners Association, Research Laboratories A GUIDE FOR tlASTE t•fANiAGBHENT IN THE FOOD PROCESSING L'VDUSTRIES 1969 Variously paged National Canners Washington, D. C. Association ~ ....~._...... ...~.-_~.... ~.1..... .Yl~~: ~.:~sA'..~.,t :i 0
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-3L (/ G) /-?, (i _ 1~ 3'`/ `/ rl V- ' fs1~.~rL . .....•..._.... .._.,..._ r ! / A T' CHNIQUi a FOU E VAlaU -A-d' G EHE* MN_CC-;lCAL TRi ATADHATV oCy INDUS.CHr AL dC:*~ • ~Ykpi... James C. Lamb, lll, Warren C. 1'rresf Jartlr, Jimmy L. Roaers, and August P. Vernirnmen The purpose of this pzpcr is to cach constitucnt may require unrca- dcscril,e cyuipunciit and tecloliques soilahle effort.uv+d expense unless rela- ~cl:icl~ ltavc proven valuable for cluickly tivc13- (luick tcstin ~ procedures can be oLtni>>iiio i,»portlnt inforination on llscd to obtain l,ruliminar), information. biulu-ical traataLility of industrial Several t3,p;s of oxy;;en utilization rj r ? A 7 4. ,j 50331 0830
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50331 0834 r%I Wastes, inaustrial. Duke Ltni*,crsf.ty PP.OCECDT*iGS 0? :!!E FIFTEP.?:TH SOiJTfiL'aN WATER P.ESQUI?CLS AND POLLUTION CC:JT^CL CONPERLP'CL, by Duke Univarsity, North Carolina State and University of North Carolina. 1966 188 pages Christian Printing Co. Durham, N. C. 7
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50331 0835 Y. Duke Univorsity PROCEEDINGS 0= iiiE TWRLTi1: SCU???sR.N MUPIIC?PAL AND iaDUSTRIAL WASTE CCiIIFcF.r'.:GE, by Dako University, North Carolina StstQ, and University of North Carolina. 1963 150 psgE3 Chriati~n FrintinU Co. Du_hm, N. C. C fi f1 nr) 0. 0 2 7 4 P,
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TD - ' ENVIROhTiENTAL MONITORING/WASTE WATER--ANALYSIS& Un 1979 QUALITY ASSURANCE TEClGNIQUES/CHEMQSTRY, ANALYTIC/ EPA-600/4-79-019 1.. irAT Eit--AtrALYS I S / 50331 0818 v o. ncL.IrItNT'S ACCESSION NO. t. TITLE AND SUBTITLE , Handbook for Analytical Quality Control in Water andvWastewater Laboratories 1. AUTHORfS) Editor: Robert L. Booth, EMSL-Cincinnati ..PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADORESS SAME AS BELOI•1 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 5. REPORT DATE March 1979 issuing date 6. FERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 18. FERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 1BD801 ~'.1. C_if. T f:.:CTI~ 4ANT NO. ~ In touse Environmental Monitoring and Support Lab. - Cinn, CH Office of Research and Development U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES 1:3. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVEFEt= F111al k ~~'JNSORING AGENCY CODE EPA/600/06 Projectf?Offace,~: ~tobert(~.. (Boo~'h, 7MSf~-Cjnci^r.a`i t6. AbSTHACiL °`- '-""- 3~ V `L 1 . -.~:- ~~~ a I
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50331 0824 { ~.Z-.A TD 897 Wa 1977 MANUAL 4 u ~ t1 r~ r1 tl z.i . OF PRACTICE NO. 8/ WATER--TREATMENT/ WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLAN T DESIGN By A Joint Cornrnittce of tLc Watcr Pollulion Control Fcdcration and thc Amcrican Socicty of Civil l:nginccrs JOINT COMMITf hl: T1f EN1IIEliS Anton F. Wtiorin, Chaimian Francis V. FrisW+ru, Viiv Cbaimun in CAartc of It.yi:hv Coordinatiun Orrts F. Allxrtson 1lcnry lt. Scnjc% Jr. SiJney /. Itertowits Franllfn 1.. Iturlon )ames F.. Cermain AlLeit C. Cray. Jr. Williarn F. Jopt',ng t.fichael G NfulLarger Earl A. Ni)en C Aliah.re) llulrson IkmalJ F. S.h..inn ). lhouw Sce1.y )cseph 11. SLcrrard At(rcd F. S1mhu }fJton St.iel;cl a
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i .WASTES, IND WASTE WATER ~ TD ~ ~ 897 •~ In ~ 1977 50331 ~STRIAL/WATER--POLLUTION /WATER--PURIPICATI0:1/WASTE TREATMENT/ --DISPOSAL/POLLUTION--WATER/WASTE DISPOSAL/AIR--POLLUTION/ Proceedings of the 30th &NDUSTRIAL WASTE CONFERENCE May 6,~ 7 and 8, 1975 (1311 pp.) ~ ~ Purdue University The Purdue Industrial Waste Conference is under the direction of: j Lafayette, 1 nd iana The School of Civil Engineering The Division of Conferences and Continuation 0 Services t 0842 ~ ~ . , )ANN ARBOR SCfENCE: ' Pl18USHERS INC in cooperation with the P.O. BOX 1425 • ANN ARBOR. MtCH.48105 i Ifndiana State Board of Health Indiana Stream Pollution Control Board Indiana Environmental Management Board J,ndiana Departmep4 of ;Natural rBesources 't'ndiana Section of'the American Water Works Association ___~nrti~rta_1~~~•rs__i+r_lLsf nn_f ~ntrnl~rcefc~a4inn 7
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50331 0848 . E~ i . (1 () rl a tu ~ 897 ; Ro / Wastes, Industrial Roas, R. D. . INDUSTRIAL WASTE DISPOSAL 1968 340 Pages Reinho2d Book Corporatioa Naw York
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50331 0777 QD. 139 He 979 rjC/tk. 1.11av,.U .i ~ CH&"tISTYY, A.VALYTIC--nRGANIC/C'iE*/ISTt:Y. OBCANIC--A :'LAYTIC/TFrACE TLJ''^:.•.'7S -.Sv 1LYSIS/ WASTE !iATF.'t--AaALYSIS/cnvironnen!a1 monitorin¢/AIR--POLT.lITION--AI:ALY-SIS// POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC IiYDROCARfInNS/ 11YDROCARROhS, POLY:IllCLEAR--D1:Tl:r'11`IATIn~/ Mes•IUA u c.. r.+rl F(1n7--.\`1ALYSTS/S'1(11:I'4C & HL'ALTFl/TOTiACCO--S`1(1KIyC--NEALTII r?FFF.CT/.`1ITR0SAMI." Y.S.t•L'r.Or CODU. - / /./'VIILItA1HrN /Nt NI 010L1OORAPHIC DATA I SHEET NBS SP 519 4. 11TLY. ANU SUUTaI LL•' 1•ORT NU. 7. bo.'t Acee..ro- Nw r, o ;. PB 296973 ar rrertcrnvlr n.ti _ - I April 1979 Trace Organic Analysis: A New Frontier in Analytical Chemistry ~. I'.•rLrmrnA UrF+nraaa..n l~.de >'. AU"fI/OR(S) le. per(awn.A Vrpn. Rcyon No. Harry S. Hertz and StUhen N_Chesier . PGMFOMNING OMt1ANIZATIVN NANF ANI) AU1-MiiSS 10. Project/Tssk/`brk Unn No. NATIONAI OUREAU OF STANDARDS 11. rant No. DEPARTMENT Of CONMERCE Cemr .ct /G •ASHINGTON, D.C. 20234 1{. AOSTMACT (A 2901 rrord or lr.. L.h.1 /urtun..y o1 rnuol .i0+iLaon/ inlor.naion. ll doc.unm/ inc/udea . uRnr6c~r/ • !iN(ofr~l~r o+ lir.r.fwo .mrey. rn...nun il h.r..) Researchers in diverse areas must currently perform critical analyses on minute 1 quantities of organic compounds in various matrices. It was the aim of this S)ir,posiwm , to bring together these scientists to discuss their corr~-on problems and to explore current and impending technology for organic analyses. Emphasis was placed on the total analysis, from collecting the sample through interpreting the results, rather than upon tha measurei/:ent only. The Proceedings consist of a series of invited papers by experts as well as particularly appropriate contributed papers. Topics covered in the Proce?dings are as follows: Sampling and Sampling Handling for Trace Organic Analysis, State-of-the- Art Analytical Systcns, Analytical Techniques on the Horizon, Analysis of Nutrients, Analysis of Organic Gollutants and Their Metabolites in the Ecosystera, Analysis of Drugs in Body Fluid, Analysis of Food Toxicants, and Analysis of Hormones and Neuro- transmitters. n ~i n n 7, o 2 C. c)
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kEF Q 123 zo 1973 ~-- --_ , .~ ~t~~iI~hi ~~Y~ rat~~ci~~- r~sTDS/nsr~~ ' k'ASTES, INDUSTRIAL/ Of CHEMISTP.Y, A?iALYTIC--QUEit:ITAT7Vc / { RIti1VIROITI~~~LNTAL CONTROL . VOLUME II: SOLID WASTE ~. EuSroRS Richard C. Dond, M1IS.. M.P.H. Conrad P. Strzub, Ph.D. • Directo . Diwisi.tn of . Dtrector, Enrironmcnrul Health Environmental He,rlth . Reearch aad Trcin:"g Crnte llnive.sity of A1rnn--cto LJ.uvtrsttv oi Al:nne.nta I COOKDly ~ TI G ED ~T Case Watan Reserv.• University eJ ~` y Asroceate °rofes,cor of E~tsineerrr. gg -~' A ITOR L, D D ~ l~ ~' Richud Prohtr. Ph.D. L!' !~ ]L_~ L_ AO a -- • OIV/tICA op ' ..a CHT_MYCAL. I~TL'Ittl1-~ =' 11151 Cn".aA Prrirat • C/.rd.nd, Qn.e 1`t21 0 ~ ~, n ri 50331 0832
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50331 0845 / Wastes, Industrial I Z:Ardoa.l, E3ko1 '.JATER TREAi. 'ti'T FOR I3JDJSTRIf+L AND OTuER USES, 2na Ca. isbi,1951 54R p,-wAa Van Nootra2d Reinho]LS New York Ccepauay 0 ~..^.n ~~"1 0 :7 7 ~ A
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50331 0808 .~-~~ ~y 1j ~..: u lr ~:i /!/ v/~ C.,J U P~I' hrrN I T~ t taJfs6il~l~l~~j~~ i 3 n P. (3 ll 2 7 ? 1 Gt1SS01i E. CU,o General Manager South Tahoe Public Utility District South lake Tahoe, California and GOi'olo,l Manager Water and l1'as!e Management Section Rattc4le-Nurthwe,t Richland, 1Vashington w-
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50331 0819 .H+tloLx::r.L. MeA 1963 54 Pagas U. 3. Dtpt. HQSlth, Educstioa Giucianati, Chio :u3 &'aAfa:es, Publir i:oalth Sarvice, Dirision of Hatcr o^upply and Pollvtioa 1 t:7 0 :' 7 ~ ?. (1969) Fardubn, A. J. {,itST&-1t ;3'E;t I'.Y:•;CVA:'IO:d Pt. ., A DESIGN OF F'l?EE2IItiG AM Gr'iS 1;YUATE FiHiiiliTMN-Pt. 2, F?.i~'3IIIIT IT7f TEviS OF $YEEZIf:G, by A. J. Ba.duhn, A. Foss and R. P. Swraay 1 i j
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50331 0852 RJR CLASS h0, TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Wa-i-9b1' .~tlRab~._'~.T STUDY OF SIMPLE PLANT PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS IN TOBACCO 1•-LUhiERS AND LEAVES. Doctoral dissertation. Un9.versi.ty of OklahoMa, 1962 Univ. MicrofilMs International.Ann Arbor, MI.99 p..63.(IN o ENt3. ) ISN = 6083 C 6 .1 0 n t l tj 2 7 !, 5
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50331 0847 ;; 0 Wastes, Industrial Ontario Water Feaouraao Co=3.coion, Hatcr cuid Pollution Adv-iQory Cc.rmfttea OiJTAFtIO D:DU5TRIAT. W1`.5TF. CGONFi.r c.P:CE, PROCEEUYhGS, ].ot-5th, 7tii-14th1 (.f1) ' Jq 1954-1958;41960-19G7 im Vols. Onta•_so, Canuda tI ~ ~ ) ~7 . ~.. . J .. {y ..~. . . . . . t :
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50331 0910 FOCrD- :;i :;SC)fi': I: r ?Ll.'1!TIO`?/1 07I)--I'i:? : ' .:1'?,TI0:7J /1'U:? ~: ..L-lli~, - PLA.V'T--S!`:iITATTO';/P()(li)--LAI•.' A':D L1:GISLAI'IO:;/ Wi+STIa tdATER--1)TSPOSAL/]'(11.1,UTI0:I--SOI.ii) 1;.n.STF/ ' Tp m`~ 370 St l/ ci t'iPis~i `,J 1973 ~'' ~'j 7 ~.~~ i u~ ~ . D ~ GEORGE F. STEV11-IRT and MAYNARD A. AMERINE >. . FOOD SCIENCE AND TrECHNOLOG`s! ~ A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS ~ '~ ACADEMIC PRESS New York and London 1973 ~~ A Subsidiary of f iarcourt Bracc 1ovanovich, Fublishets ~ L;bV ! t'~r ~-} ; n tl P. 11 0 5r' 7 ^3
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50331 0850 *%8V4#M= :+r'IIIffWY=AWMITLTIIf.ATE<DI~PSa;~,t+s.r *fROCES5IlQG' DI:' 1iICS=LF.VEI~ATM.IQ . American IhGtitute of Chemical Engineers. Cleveland nuclear engineering and science congress, December, 1955, preprints of selected papers. New York, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1955. ..r-_. , . ... .. _ . , ;;) .'~ ~
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50337 0831 1 II Mes-78 S.P. y,.-:-, ,r1 ..r -1 Cl rr~ ~ ('7 Y4, cJ.1. V P'if.C.-~.: ~ JtJtJ• ~ ~.~~it~.'•_iJIYR):.'~JL-y)~ SCA-NC-59 I FebruUry 1973 SCIENCE AND FDUCATION ADMIINiSl•i2ATICiV e U.S. DEf'ARTf,I;ENT CF AGRICULTURE 0")() tl fin 09. 74A irr--,
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;>>a~LO~, 7nc:;ntxi~l, v. 14. 50331 0836 Ref Eneyclopedia of chemical technology, edited by Raymond E. TP Kirk and Donald F. Othmer. _1ssistant editors: Janet D. 9 Scott and Anthony Standen. New York, Interscience En- E cyclopeditt 11947- v. lilus. 27cm. Includes bibliographies. CONTENTB.-Y.1. A to Antbrimides.-v. 2. Anthrone to carbon-arc.- V. 3. Carbon (cont'd) to cirichophen.-v. 4. Cineole to dextrose.-v. 5. Di- to eaplosives.-v. 6. Explosives (cont'd) to furfural.-v. 7. Fur- naces to tolite.-v. 8. Ion exchange to metal plating.-v. 9. Metal sur- face treatment to penicillin.-v. 10. I'entacene to polymethine dyes.- v. 11. Polyols to rutin. 1. Chemistry, Technical-Dictionaries. I. Kirk, Raymond Eller, 18J0- ed. TP9.EG8 Q 660.3 48-234' Library of Congress [55r;-lo=7 t
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50331 0863 ' . 78 IX Re2-7R RJR CLASS NO. PAIM°HLET 73 IX Re2-7Rs.p. Yamashita, Y.; Yam3shita, Y. , (Japan `Tonop. Corp., Cent. Res. Inst., Jap.) PYROLYSIS OF TOBACCO. XIV. THER]NiAL FISSION PRODUCTS OF TOBACCO AL}:ALOIDS IN CIGARET SMOKE AND TRANSFER OF THE ALKALOIDS INTO MAIN AND SIDE STRF.AyS. Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi 37 (No. 5) 291-95 (1963) (in Japanese) n n n n R 0 2 I?~ . . -_ ~
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TD 897 1972 2 C. FDDL I C. i i 1 '-" 50331 0849 NASTES; INI~USTRI11Li k'OLLL'TIO'.~- ::A1'I'R/t:aT_':i --~'RE Ari"fa•:Tj DICi GSAL; I'CGi,LU'±'10N CU?II'aOL/ PROCEEDINGS T:.IP•L` NAT:Q::A.T. SY".^_'OSILa C):i FOOD PROi,:3SS.:;G :;: 3TE S ErA-1R2-72-C? 8 ::arch 28-30, 1972 New Grleaas, Louisiana Natioaal Waste TreattaRnt RLsea:ch Frogrzz. Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory 200 S.u. 35th Stre_t Corvallis, Oregon 97330 ProRram. El.emeZt No. 1B2037 U.S. ENTt'IRO.''.~iENTAI: PROTECTION AGEt:CY =,v CORVA.LLI OR: GON 97330 OFFICE OF' RES::ARCE: b MO2;ITORiLNIG '~ t4ATIUh'AL EVIROt:':ENTA : RcSEPpC:i CENTER ENVIPI)N:LEr:TAL Yr(iTi:CTIOtI TECtLrIOLOGY SE.(IF.S. 1 n n
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50331 0862 0"NetBnabe, Mi;: jt:.-author.: y Kobnshi, Y. PYrt0LYS1S O:' MICQ'TZI; E?.;i AL? STREAtt> by Y. L'.abantii, Ii. 1'osA.atcei a;:d M„ WeCanab;;. :iippon IGr.gAltl zaechi 84, ?I-74 (1963) - ZA Jnparase wftii Ern;Zicil s:.v:aary. O ._
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50331 0864 Watanabey--Nr-i-•jtfaut. - --- - - -_--_ _.~ L_ c...~ .. ~43.~~ _ .~ ••~ •~ _ _ ~ '. __. .~ ........_. ... ~...... :-. 1 C~._ +-. .. <::.~-;~t" 0 ?
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50331 0861 . NICOTINE--PYRQLYSIS PRODUCTS/ 78 XII Ko RJR CLASS NO. P.1'.•fPNL1:T 7S X1I Ko Kobashi, T. ; Takaratsu:ni, (Japanese Monop. Corp., Centr. Lab., Toyo-i:iachi, Sinagawa-Ku, Tol:vo, Jap. ) P.'ROLYSIS OF NICOTINE IN AIR STR]?.Al•fS. Nippon Kagaku Zasshi 84 (No. 1) 71-74 (1963) (in Japanese - completP English translation available) ._ . .. .-- - -• - ---. .... .___. _._ _ ._.___ . ._ - _ ._ - - In order to elucidate the mecL.znisa o_ pyrolysis..-of nicotiiic dur- g ing cigarctCe snokJ.ng, nicotine was subjected to pyrolysis in air streams and the relationships bctwrcn the 1~eotjng ter..peratur.c nnd thc• rate of pyrolysis of nicotinee and Letween tbe heating tc..,perature and-.- the co:::,asition of pyrolysis pro,iuct:: were invcsti3nt~d.; ~ n' ii n n.n o 0 2 7 7 9
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50331 0855 ..RLP-ft III ,:; ,Watanabe,--Iaao -(Jt.- Author) ~ . - Sh6 (1968) ShSr~ii~aka., Januo RBs':Cvr1.fz ©F 5m.3'CA F'POM ALtS?'13.~`E ORF'S Ei' FLGT;ST:;O;d: by Junzo Sn~,-Msi37c.::a, Sh?.°h~lC3l:~-lu:;~l iiU::32:s s a3ao Wcyenaix:, ar.3 Taijiro Qka::c Jrour. Cir.o:a. Sac. Japan Z0 (No. 12) 22_'49-2243 (joEc. 1967) 0 , i r.
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50331 0844 ' Wastes, Industrial t. Nationa Center for Rir Poll.utian Controli Oi'i ice of I,egislutivo rin•d P+abbic Af i'airs. X-4 PGT a Cid: n Xr^.FDWi;S 0:' T]1S.F, t^'dOD ItATIOai'l.L CO-NTEPM:Cl WASH=T0a D.C. 9 (U.S. Pub7lic Healta Eervice PubZic3tion No. ~9.) . 1967 1r'ashingtcn 667 Pp•
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V 50331 0854 76 III Rel-18 S.P. J. Chem. Eng. Japan 4(4)331-6(1971) EEFEC1'0l~~ .. 1~4FF~JS20M COEFrICtEN7 OF GAS IN ~~~.®L~S MATERIALS A,Ni~. GRANULAR BEDS~ MASARU SHIMIZU*x, fUiIO WATANABEx'`* AND SACHIO SUGIYAhSA**# Dcfiartrnrnt of Chnnical Engineaing, Tolgo Unirerlity of Agricul- ture anul Tirhnology, T nAj•o, ,Jaj,nn* * Drparf:nrat of Chemical Enshtnring, 11'ago .)z urritnrity, Nagoya, fa/+an"* To predict the effective diffusion coefficient of a porous motericf, a theoretical equation was derived by using a pore model. However, it cannot be epplied to a granular bed of singfe pore structure. From this point of view, the fortuosily factor is introduced into the expression of the effective diffusion coefficient and calculated from penetration exp_riments of gas in porous moteriofs. As a result, for a granutar bed, in the iegion of icrge void fraction, the effective diffusion coefficient may be estimatedd by the presented equotion. ft may be applied to the diffusion of gos In porous materials. cltmina ;t nrw nnrr` ~ ia 7(1 • fl fl l~ 7 r;~ ~.
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. , ~.~_. ` ,~1~ ,`` . , I-J,n ` ~ ~ CC)Iltit'ol Co, .11I~ paille5 U.S.A. 1972 To I/c..I. ReF° GW 1r-tl 11o . ;' {1 (1 !'% i1 t) ~ J .-r> ~ .
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. . R s o,. .. (T96Z) L9"Sg2:T ~ss ;Q~~Bx Tt3ju317X IIvCidj?1 Iwo,;3 op, BVptu 'N"MWgn a .a °a Aq IxFt3nToJ,LlP..OaHQ St'J J~Q m?T1ootI Q;t~ ~ZIQId~d .~.^J S:lIIrJ'TCr:J.,4 aY..T. ~t~J .`iQX.L;'tAS.?L,''*w^1Q `J[ '~~i~Qoy t= 0990 tEEOS
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50331 0859 CHRO:`tATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--TOBACCO ALKALOIDS/ RJR CLASS NO. YA`i1'IiLET 78 X11 ]:o 8 7 ALL Ko (Jap,rnese Monop. Corp., Cent. Lab., Tov~ Pfachi , Chin~gawa-Kii, Tokyo, Jn;;. ) THE DrTERP1INA1'ION OF THE HOMOLOGUES OF~/?1RIDINE AtiD NICO'TINL BY GA: Kobashi, T. CiiRO:SATOCRSP]iY. Nippon Kagaku Z_assbi. 82 (No. 9) 1265-7 (1961) (in Jap;,ncse - comnlete English translation available) Tii order^to elucidate the necranism °` py.o~asi inoestibated.alAron~ J loids_L__the ree[ho3 fo.r auantitat;.ve deter:^ination c_ the horeolo ues of 4 j pyridine ~nd nicotine by gas chrcma~ogr._Fh~ ~~ g j the possible substances predLced by pyrolysis of nicotine, pyridine, beta-picoline and 3-ethyl pyridine were separated by the alkali-treated polyethylene glycol 1500 colunn and it was possible to .leter7ine thcse bases with an error of less thin 17 by the use of 2,4-l::tidine as the internal s_tandar_d_and_by_prepe:ring a calibration curve fro-atl:e wei~,ht ratio and_ t_he area ratio.i ~
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50331 0870 --._ - - .~.,.._~.,._....~.:..-..:~ • RJR TRANSLATION CIGARETTES--PAPER--AIR PERMEABILITY/CIGARETTES--FILTERS--AIR DILUTION/ TOBACCO--SiIOKE--SENSORY EVALUATION/TOBACCO--SMOKE--PHYSICAL PROPERTIES/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--CHEMICAL PROPERTIES/ Akaki, T.; W'a'tAlftAba; 8.; Tanaka, H.; Maeda, K.; Fukuzumi, T. (Genmoku Co., Planning Develop. Dep., Tech. Studies Lab., Jap.) EFFECTS OF DEGREE OF PERFORATION OF CIGARETTE PAPER AND TIPPING PAPER ON THE PERFORMANCE OF FILTER CIGARETTES. IX. SENSORY EVALUATION AND ITS CORRELATION WITH PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS. Nippon Sembai Kosha Chuo Kenkyusho Kenkyu Hokoku 122, p. 123-30 (1980) (in Japanese - complete English translation available) aKeyworda:* acetones, smoke, constituent; isoprene, smoke, constituent; acetaldehyde, smoke, constituent; TPM, 8,tooke, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent. Sensory evaluation was carried out on eighteen samples which were made by xbe fom~lnaf,iogloftidi€ferAnt/kid4s W perforated tipping papers and - -- ,
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s~Vat~raba;• Y.~a.ac~£ • STUDIES Q;1 C;'G.ti2.ZC CGTGE.YTIC REhCTIONS. ZI. 3"'uL Iiiri.^r'. TZ OaTZOa 0F i.iil~.ili~. i~.i av^ a":u u:.3 WITH 2:ICKEL CA?ALYSTS. Bull. Chea. Soc. Japan 37 (No. 9) 1325-1329 (x:'u4) S ~ ...`~ ...t1 ; ~ rf . '~.,. ~ ...`# _ . f ;; •.(~•... , ...
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E l80 IEtOS aezed •3 y G L GO D U U U 0 hof '~d 4La v1 it6i 31 Ay b . ~~d~~;- ^. ' liY/Lli~-sa~T'aGl~Y9~ ~ r'%~S~1vSQb,/: ~tl~~/V1/L7/a 7 w.ro yo,T,7;rOohy. ~ 3acr~~l.v~rr1,v~~1 *,,,.osZ>*ridSiB ---JW s~..t & s 1y, .»~ .
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/ . \ G III Du2- S.P. ~FAA-EQ0,1,7 _7r3/ f r.u..wJ S u.d, . /,. . ,.,~..... ~~ . ~ Aircraft Cr~lssions: 9oCential Effectt on Oz." one and Climate - A Review and Progress Report. L _ ......,_. .~------'-'-..'-"- ~••^ ~~'~t.C. O1ive~ s~_.b E~daucr, Fl.lHida~go. K.A I Gardneri "~'1d.~1,'asy}~ixskyj f , _ . INSTITUTE FOR DEFENSE ANALYSES ~ 400 Army-Navy Drive Arlington, lirginia 22202 U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration Office of Environr,ental Quality High Altitude Pollution Program 15. HeY. N/A Mara 1?77 ~.n~.~.w,.....w c.f. ~.,_..., .,c.•...~w.. - ~ i~....w....-, I U1 . •6.8.... '4 A r:ritical review is mde oE, infor,ration ~s-e4-~rrr~er i9i~b; relitive to effects of aircraft emissior.; (M1Ox, SG~, H20) proJected to 1990 on the earth's protective ozone shield and on mean surface tenperature, as estinated from appropriate mathematicdl models. Poten- tial biological effects are not reviewed. The review provides infocr.,ation sho.+'.aq the large uncertainties in co.^autations of efiects on ozone, due to uncertainties in 4;1x emission Indices (accepted values aay be several-fold l.,w), in chcmistry, in troposphere-stratospNere interchanqe processes, and in future stratospoeric canposition (principally chlorine content); estirates of effects cr.n Z, be,qxp5e~jed r6o c!+inq~ s R~L, d'ta A4~ oOained.. Current results indicate that aircraft t.Ox efftcts bn the o:one luKn' ch~nge sign with -sircraft altitude: subsonic aircraft, eruising at 6-k.n to 1C-km al;itude, er.hance or have almost r.o effect on +he ozone colu^.,; super:oni~ a
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776 z . III Du2 74 S.P. - bulletia of the JSME. Vol.17, Ko.IU , une, 1974 . 7/4_R?- Equations of State for Several Fluorocarbon Refri9erants# __ 50331 0857 (First Report: Saturated and Critical Property Values) By Hirostu Y,ONDO',4 ~CipfchT"~y ~/VASE" and Ichimatsu TAl~ltSHITA••• .,~... . _ In accordance witls the recent developments in tefrigeration engineering, the necessity to utilize the fluorocarbon refrigeraats has increased. Hence it becomes quite essential to establish the thermo- dynamically consistent formulations in wide ranges of state parameters of these substances. For this purpose, new correlations of the saturation pressure and of the saturated liquid density have been devised • for six typical diffcrentAaoro;arbons such as R-1?.. R•13, R•:I, R-22. R•23 and RtJ18. Using these deviseJ eorretationc with an aid of Cailletet-lfathias law, a set of most probable • critical property values with their estimated uncertainties have also been derived. Additionally the saecessity to derive the rational expressions for the thermodynamic consistency which have to be satisfied by the proposed formulations at the critical point is stressed and those expressions could be derived taking into consideration the estimated uncertamties of the critical property data. ~.~ ' ~ approach to setting up the thermodynamically consistent formu- ~ 1. Introduction lations. Additionally some new criteria are proposed for the con- sistent sistent thermodynamic relations among the critical property data )ln accordance with the recent developments in refrigera- which may be reported in general with some uncertainties of tion industry, the necessity and irnrortance of the f[uorocarbon the measurements. refrigennts which are noninflam:nable, .ontoxic and give high _ The discussions and considerations mentioned above cen- performance in refrigeration have increased- In connection with cern the following six different kinds of fluorocarbon refriger• ~^_thesa rccent ter.dencits~has bacn_rt:e3e~tdShercptsncial imvo_r-__,, ~ants: R•12(CCliF2). R•13(C~C~IFs).R-21(CHCI,F). R-:_iCiiCIF,).
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50331 0885 7 TD 897 Un 1978 1979 American Institute of Chemical Engineers (Gary F. Bennett, editor) -4,1rAT . . ,.,.~ti.. _ (AIChE Symposium Series, Vols. 75, No. 190, 1979) ( " " " " 76, No. 197, 1980) 1 0 0!l 0 n 0 0 2 % 9 8
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78 XI Adl-81 $,p, RJR C1A SS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XI Ad,-81 s.p. Sunday Standard, Scotland ~ -'A*I506 'TV'AOUflfIlA?SALL -YOUB--SFALTH' Sunday Standard, Scotland, 6571 (M.ay 17, 1981) (in English) A study showing that the BBC gave more exposure and promotion to tobacco conpanies than the companies could have afforded if advertising on ITV were legal....
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50331 0878 III Du2-78 S.P. *, 0 Report of lonosphcrc and Spacc Rcscarch in Japan, Vol. 30, Nos. 1/2, pp. 47-50 (1976) ! AN OI3SL'RVATIONAL EVIDrNCE FOR TIiE SI?Y'.SONAL VARIATION OF OZONE CONCENTRATION IN TIIE UPPER STRATOSPIIERL• AND THE MESOSPIIERE TAxxOW ~i+aT_ ~+$a~ AN .~ _. _ Department of Physics, Tokyo University of Education, Tokyo 112 TAKno TollhtnTSU Geophysics Research Laboratory, University of Tokyo, Tokyo 113 , . 0 6 0 0 *n- 0 0 2 7 9 1
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50331 0853 79 III i. -, Arric. 1)ioI. Chcrn., 42 (5). 1075.- 1077, 11979 !~ I A a IIII L 0 10 20 0 10 20 Time , min 1'rc. 1. Gas Chromatopram of /).Iomonc (1) and Its Microbial Transformation 1'roduct; (11 and 111). Sis hr (A) and 4 days (I)) after the addition of the substratc. Conditions: Column, I•r:G 20 M (5°0) on ChrQmosorb 1V (AW), 3 mm x 2 m; Tcnip., 200'C' isothcrmal; Canicr Fas, Irc G0ml,nrin. a chromato~ram as shown in I'ic. I. io bl;lsk tex'r Fvd !Pis VftcrAtinex of II and III were about •15;V and 30;~ c~f the , lhcrcforc, to prorlucc an;rlot:ousiy thc~c com- , substratc, rc:pcctivcly on thc basis of the Shorf Cmnmunicatlon Mi Formation of 25-1 fydroxy-/3t_ononc and 4;-1lydroxy-13-iononc`by Microbial Hydroxylation of p-Tononc . :J ~ Yoichi MtnAstt, Yumiko Futiu;rAGA and Takuro KISAKI Ctnrrol llcscnrch Irrstirnrc• Thc Jnpan Tob:rcco arrd SoII Puh(ic Corpurntion, Unrc,cooka 6-2. Alideri-i`u, )i,IFohnrno 227. Rcccivcd Dcccm(>cr 27, 1977 mctabolisnt or dcgradatia.h of carotcnoids,'r ccntratcd in rncrro. 11 and 11I in I=ig. I svcrc which arc decisively important in tltc ctuality obtained as liquids v.it't a swcc•t floral note by Chcmical studies on various essential oils Thcn, tiib metabolic products were extracted of plant oriEin havc revealed the occurcncc of exhaustively from the culturc broth svith numerous compounds with a trirnclhylcycl- EtOAc. ?hc organic solution wrrc washed ohcxyl froup, presum,tbly gcncratcd by the with 5% NaIICO, aqueous sc•Uticr; anc•. con- and aroma of aFricullural hrculucts such as preparative Eas chromatoFraptty. Thc yields a w.ie w,•,t :1s nn int('rn:lL..--~-
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TOBACC9--FLOWERS/TOQACCO--FLAVONOIDS/ 80 VI Wa FLOWER 50331 0871 RJR CLASS NO. PAriPI1LET 80 VI Wa c ViT~f anarb'~" "`R., ~• Wender, S. H. (Univ. of Oklahoma, Chemistry Dept., Norman Oklahoma) FLAVONOID AND CERTAIN RELATED PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS IN PARTS OF THE TOBACCO A Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 112 (No. 1) 1111(1965) (in Enolish) Identification and distribntion stu.lies have been made of flavunoid and rel:.tedd phenolic curnpoundi present in folrr kiu•1i of tloral appendages of tobacco. Srartena contained rutin, scopolin, e~culetiu, ch,orogeuic :rcid, glucose derivatives uf p cou- rnaric and ferulic acids, an ! an unknown Klrrcu:isc of kaempferol. The last three were found only in stante:r3. l;orotlas tpct:rl,i cur,tained scopolin, esculetin, c}aoror;enic acid, rutin, nictuflorin, isoquercitrin, as:raqalin, rutin-7-blucusije, and nictutloriu-7- glucoiide. The l~~t five compuuncli named were found only in the petals. Ti,c Ic.it three have not been reported previouuly to be present in tobacco tissue. The calyxes or rsepsis contained t:3cnletin, chlornSenic acid, scopolin, rutin, a quercetin-:i-rliglueo- side, quercetin-3,3'-dimcthyl ether, and quercetin-3-niethy'l ether. The last three were preseut only in the calyxes. The pistils runtained escu!etin and cFloroqenic acid, but none of the above f1:rvuuul glycosides or methyl ether derivatives. . + ~ (1 P., o o - ---. , i ,~ ., .
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50331 0873 --~r----_•_-- Arul../. Chun., 1974, 27, 2205-8 75 ..+.~. III Fu n-le ~2 -eaction of Carboxylic Acids with Epoxides using Lithiwn Naplithalenide ,,. . Tsutomu Fujila, Shofts'Woidnobe and Ky'oichi Suga Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering, • Chiba University, Yayoicho, Chiba, Japan 280. Abstract . Lithium naphthalenide reacts with carboxylic acids in the presence of diethylamine to [;ive the a- anions of lithium carboxylates. Reaction of these anions w•ith various epoxides Sivcs the corresPond- ing y-hydroxy acids in good yield. The y-hydroxy acids easily e)•elizc to give y-hut) coiactc.nes. Recently the authors reported that lithium naphthalenidc in tctrahydrofuran solution is an excellent reagent for various synthetic oro I anic reactions.'-' 1n cor;nec- tion with these studies of lithium naphthalenidc, the authors rcportcd the preparation ui p"-Lydruxy acids` and a ncw Rcformatsky-likc rcaction ui c:utumica6a witil kcwucb, using lithium naphthalenide in the presence of diethylamine.s Such reactions using a-anions of carboxylic acids have been reported in many wor}:s.6 This article describes t}.r rnnvr-nirnt nrrh-irntinn nf S~~hctit+,ttrd v-l:utvr~il?Cinncs from 1!\'(jroxv ?clds which Q i1 n `1 n 0 0 2 7 c? ()
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50331 0869 i TOBACCO--SwtOKE--SF.NSORY EVALUATION/ CIGARETTES--PAPER--PERFORATION/TORACCO--SMOKF.--FILTRATION / RJR TRAr` S A . L TION RJR CLASS NO. TRANSLATION Akaki, T.; Watanabe;• R.; Ono, K.; Okubo, A.; Fukuzumi, T. *(no affil4)*"'-" THE EFFECT OF THE DF.GREEE OF PERFORATION OF CIGARETTE PAPER AND TIPPING PAPER ON THE PERFORMANCE OF FILTER CIGARETTES. VI. SENSORY EVALUATION AND ITS CORRELATION WITH OTHER CHARACTERISTICS. Nippon Sembai Kosha 120, 69-77 (1978) (in Japanese - Complete English translation available.) ~- r~Seventeen-saumles chosen from among combinations of six differing ; numbers of rows of holes in the filter tips and five different levels of ,+ cigarette paper air permeability were studied in order to determine the ~ changes in taste and aroma when air ventilation was varied, the boundary ~ at which a sensation of difficult puffing was discerned and the limits at ~ which a fulfillment of the desire to smoke was achieved. In addition, a ---~ - ~-- - --- - - - - - ! _ / G~ 6 0 Inn 0 02 7 Sr 2
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% rer ~sc/North-Holland, Amsterdam - Printed in fhe Ne~ i~.an s ~ III Du -75 TOXICITY OF AEROSOL PROPELLANTS IN THE RESPIRATORY AND 2 CIRCULATORY SYSTEMS S.P. • VII. INFLUENCE OF PULMONARY EMPHYSEMA AND ANESTHESIA IN THE RAT* , 'JlSl'S'!fY!i WATANASh.and DOMINGO M. AVIADO Department o/Pharmacology, University of Pennsyluania School ojRfedicine, Philadelphia, Pa. 19174 (U.S.A. (Received May 25th, 1974) SUMMARY Experimental induction of pulmonary emphysema caused an increase in sensitivity of the rat to toxicity from inhalation of propellants. The emphy- sematous rat showed an exaggerated reduction in pulmonary compliance in response to inhalation of trichlorofluoromethane (FC 11). In emphyse- matous and nonemphysematous rats without anesthesia the inhalation of FC 11 caused tachycardia, arrhythmias and other abnormalities in the elec- troeardiogram. The Lachycardiac response was eliminated by induction of barbiturate anesthesia; wl;ich increased the sensitivity of the heart to occur- rence of abnormalities in the electrocardiogram in response to inhalation of l' o ts n n n n 0 9 7 9 •1
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J--t:- s-..' 50331 0874 7S" lJ Fw . .~ ~ ISRA•EL 1O(: R\AL OF CHEMISTRY. Vol. 12. No. 5,t174 pp. 971-976 ~ ---- t Fu, NOTE THE REACTION OF CROTONIC ACID WITH ALDEHYDES USING LIx1'NIL3( \'.AFHTI-iALE:VIDE' Tsutomu fujita.S}ioji Wataaabc. ICyoichi Suga and Tomoyasu Nagase Depvlmei:z of .-I pplird Chemisrry, Faculi yoj£r.gineering, Chiba Unit msily, Ya)•oicho. Chfba, Japan 280 ABSTRACT lithh:m naphthaknixie rmctt rit3 ctotonic acid in the presence of dicthylamine to gitr an al.•bc a.tion of Gthimn riotoaate. The reaction of the snion with vuious aiiehydes Z:.•es a micturt of a an.i -1 aG.ducu. e- no f i to o~7
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50331 0889 . ~ . TD Bahisen, Hans, 1901- ; .f. 380 Das Wasser: Betrachtungen iiber seine Verwendung fiir Ba hausliche und industrielle Zwecke. Diiinchen, R. Olden- bourg,1952 li. e. 1951, 143 p. lilus. 25 cm. 1. Water. TD380.B17 0 52-41013 j Library of Congress 0 tO.~ (~ l~ l i ~1 7
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S0331 0877 0 0 i VI P.e9 77 S•P•Int. Chetn. E>tg• 17(2)282-90(1977) / V Catalytic reduction of nitric oxide with carbon monoxide i Tlre catalytic reduction of nitric oxide tcith carbon moizoxide (NO + CO - 1/2 N2 + COJ was studied at abuospheric pressure and 120 to 5500C trsing a flow reactor. The catalysts (5 nnolelo CuO-5 ntole o Co304-90 mole o,1IgO/ 25 »:ole o CuO-25 iuole o Co304-50 111014, MgO/ 25 n:ole o CtrO-25 nuole fl Co304-50 »role o Al2O3) were fowid to retard inarkedly the side production of N113 and lo »take steady operation possible. , 1. Introduction THE authors have been engaged In research on the simultaneous catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides and sulfur oxides, with the following rbactions NOx + xCO -- 1/2 N= + xCO2, SOx + xCO -- 1/y Sy (sulfur) + xCO2. However, simultaneous reduction appears This article was (ITst p'4hlis-d inVipf•pn ftqal~r ~r~ Il'apri ( Rur-n nal of the Chcmir.fl Society of Japan, ('hrrnistry antl Int lustrial S • xaSAOKA; M. OMOTO; T. WATANABO; K. TAKAMATSU to be almost impossible, as a result of the side pro- duction of injurious gases such as H2S and COS for the NOa-SOX-CO-O2-Ii,O-CO,-NZ system [1-3). As a first step, we attempted to determine the active catalysts and the reactionn conditions for the re- duction of NOY by CO in flue gas without SON. The catalysts were prepared from a coprccipitatcd metal oxide which was reduced with hydrogen. The rcduc- tW rate and the selectivity of various catalvsts for the reduction of NO with CO were .Ystemclticallv i ^SIie111htrY SCe ti )lll i\o1* tiv 1.1t11-1d17/ t0'r1 C 1:b-moctSUrvA fnr fltn
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50331 0886 ~ 11 Water Atn tzer.icuc Public Health AecociatiQa, Inc. ItECO:~'•E*iDED PFOCEDUF.BS FOR TfiE I0-CTEZtIOLOCICAI. r •~'- f` .•-• r : rv zr"' 57;• f:i:'.H~11~1f~ OF .~~:A V•ATiat I'.~ru .:.d ..... 10062 t%w York 51 Pages 1: . 7 .9,. .g:.;..
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50331 0892 TP 897 Bu 1974 2c. DAViD C. BURRELL, PhD Institute of Marine Science University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska - ann arbor sclE.nce PUBLISHERS INC. POST OFFICE BOX 1425 * ANN AiaBOR, MICHIGAN 46106 /WtiTER--ANALYSIS/ WATl:P.--POLLLTIOIv/ SiLVERi+ARSLNIC/ /CADMIUM/ MERCURY/ LEAD/ SELENIUa/ ZINC/ Atomic Spectrometic Analysis of Heavy-rilietal Pollutants in tlllater,: j c, U 780 C) a p
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50331 0872 A STtJ~ OF 5l "al IU FTANT PITMOLIC M'.FOIMS IN TCBACCO FI,CUI~'~S At-~ I:~F+L'FSg Univ. oZ C',{Iahoma Fa. D. The :io3 1,~a2 IIniv. 1iicraf3•Z+*:3p Ann Arbe•rp 1'.&,;bigan, 99 pnEes (pub2. 196.3) ;~- t~t ,.nnnn~~r~r i
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50331 0887 WATGR--A;'IM S'fANDARDS/ " ~ ~~C ~ ~ 'i 974 N' TA 401 Am ANNUAL 13©OK-OF 1974 Pnee S2a.60 01-03 1 0 7 4• 16 - AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS ASTN"I STANDi RDS PART 31 /nc/udes standards ol: tor"+rte« 0•t9 on W.nr , 1916 Race. St. Philadelphia. Pa. 19103 1/1"v"fG4-Z.[f .. a. . c•.-.....-..-77 f ~3 Pct Vr .f r+t!V~+-c~r.. I
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Water. CHEt-i1CAL BOND APPROACH PROJECT CHEMICAL SYSTEMS. 1964 772 pp. McGraw-Hill Book Company New York 0 0 ~ 4 .Ci 7
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tnTA esm=,3P uI ° (2"~`1: c ATnP) ?.rr~686 47C 3tiixm c~'i'aaux~a~o~f UbdcL.u =uza3 v~mwtd 'roptmll a=lt'J'FH M Cqrtr'bBH trtott:u lTttB-cqo2 o..~nessA Zr{ Q"~t'tM Sd.IS ~.^LLj=MiJ3I KD'c!3 =ACs'3'ai =0SiS s..F* ,~I'dv'JGi`J OS'a =GZ:".YiY 03;lV"MS .;;1 L34~I +t~.L °X MNd 'SQIClmiV ocD'Jzjb .i.o t1omsodmoYU 7;mHS 0%=Iv% °ntimnol __ -,63ne-• :1 f-:,. ono4 ZH A aqauea ena. ~~s.~r~~c
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50331 0893 Cecil, T.a4n•=::c•_ K. We`,TEi~, /9170 5erit's, Vol. 65, ,to. 97) ' 1Sft?-1/ 315 papcs Fmerican Inct:tu-'e of Cne;sicsl Engi:^.Gers, New York t~ :. ~ ~,.. ..n. ..~~ ..: f j. ..:.~ _92 .. ~ . ~ :. (~.. ...
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50331 0890 U. S. --ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS/U. S.--ENERGY RESOURCES/FORECASTING/ E.N~,'~GX SOURCCS/FUEL/U. S.--SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY/POPULATION/WATER/ HC 106 Un /977)1980 A.Report Prepared by The Gld Ya.t the Council on Environ- 2000 ~„G~,,,,~ mental Ouality and the iZ i ~~ Department of Slate to the President, V, ~(1 y; Gerald 0. Barney Study Director Entering the Twenty- Fi rst Century
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50331 0888 I j WATER/CRYSTALLIZATION/POLY'AERS AND POLY`fERIZATIO'd/RFACTIO"7,C11EM REACTIONS, CHEAlICAL--LOW TEIIPERATIIRE/FRrT; RAD?CALS/S(1i.11T10NS--"dnNELF.CTP,OLYTES/ ~ LIQUID CRYSTALS/I-tOLECPLAR CRYSTALS/CRYSTAL,S,LIQiiID/CP.YSTALS, ~tOLECLT'..AR/ LIPID FILMS AT FLUID INTERFACES/PYRO~'_'1'sTAI:LURGY/LIGti9.' SCATTI:RIivG FROM LIRtIIDS/ ' RAMAN EFFECT/ - ~ QD 453 AnANNUAL REVIEW 0 / 1976 _ Pi-TYSICAL C~ ~ '~~~~~r~ ~, B. S. RABINOVITCH, Editor VOLUME 27 University of Washin~ton H. S. JOHNSTON, Associate Editor University of California, Berkeley I~ ;-,j. M. f~CIIL ! VRrj IWcxinto. Efitor : ~. ~. University of `Alashington 1976 Lro. cnufoRNIA vJ:6G G.~ V 1 .,
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9 111EPJkWL-\UTRITI XAL REGUL>>TIUX 81 I I Cu DOE/El'/ ] 0O0J -0: OF FUNCT ::AL GAUPS IN RUX\I\G WATER yICOSYSTCMS Technical Progress Report for neriod Oct. 1, 1978 -\ov. 1, 193U 'r:cnncth W. Cummins Departrent of Fisherics and lii:d:ife Oregon State University Cc-vallis, Gre-on 9'.i,i1 ~ Nov. 1 , 1980 1', , F.epnrcd for TIiE U.S. DI:-'aRT1E\T OF E\CRG1' ~) ('1 1'j V,DFq C~KTR.~CT `V0. DF. >T06 -9E%' ]U00:
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~ lalion i s I,rriznnl:J -- r - 1i~ sliolt•r-cos)ntuwlcnl-lo:v 78 7tII Re2-~tt Int~~rovcd \Ictltt~d for C:ont~tuling yyy~i~`)Icat ilccutnulatittn linm I)ail~• \faxi-'~ %num and AIinitnunt ''cuipcraturcsi `J aJ ~1'odnhnn /'lnnr /`„Irr1 ~ , )i,toharrtn ?3/ /a/nn 3j • ~y~ (I(cccit~cd August 18, 1977) ~ ~ ly cut oIl•. k3= Uppcr thruhnld by %.hidh tlic lhcat an wnula- tion is vcrlicalty cut oll-. m==1)aily tncan temprraturc = ('fr I '1'=)l'~• lt =I)illcrcncc bctwccn maxitnum mnd minitnum tcmpcraturc = Or=sin- 2(k,_ -rn) r_-- !z 2(k, _tn) k Os=sin-r 2(k,-- tn) for convcnicucc firltnt.•ing p:ummctct-i may Lc dcfincd ( scc the figurc at thc Lut(um of'1.i/Ic I ). 1 fi~r 1 I \ A.I i\ l sin t-'2 -E h/dt . • q . ~ L) ` .1 n i! ri t 1 11 \- ,
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50331 0899 U. . ti•I .f ~ 10 f) Riser,bcrg, D. TliE S7IMUCI"U^.3' A2CD PRt3PlGP.TIES OP WArSic, by D. Eisenberg and 'rJ. l:uurmann 2969 296 Paoes ^nIore Univereity Pt'ess, London
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SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION/SEDIMENTATION/CRYSTALLIZATInAi/FILTRATION/CENTRIFUGATION/ CASESIAIRl4'ATER/ICE/REFRIGERATION/HYDROGEN PEROXIDE/HALOGEN CO*POIr,1DS/SiTLFUR COMPOiTNDS/ CELENIUM COME'OUNDS/TELLURIUM COrfPOUNDS/NITROGEN-PHOSPHGROUS GROUP/ALKA7.I METALS/ AT.RALINE EARTH METALS/METAL COMPOUNDS/BORON-ALUMINUM GROUP/P.ARp EARTH :~LTALS/ CARJON COMPOUNDSJLU*:INESCENT tWTERIALS/UNIT OPER.ATIONS/RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES/ , REF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY: AN ENCYCLOPEDIC TREATMENT. 'TP #;i The Economic Application of Modern Technological Developments Based upon 9 a work originally devised by the late Dr. J. F. van Oss. Ch General Editor: T.J.W. van Thoor 1968 , VOLUME 1: AIR, WATER, INORGANIC CHEMICALS AND NUCLEONICS-1968 Barnes & Noble Books ( A division of Harper & Rov+ Publishers, Inc.) New York 50331 0895 i r ~ e ~i 0 2
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50331 0901 II Me5-81 S.P, s David R. Godschalk Bruce Stiftel PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN STATEWIDE 208 WATER Z QUALITY PLANNING IN NORTH CAROLINA: AN EVALUATION UNC-WRRI-80-155 Center for Urban and Regional Studies Department of City and Regional Planning University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill May 1980 This research was supported in part by funds provided by the Offiee of Water Research and Technology, U. S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. through The University of North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute as authorized by the Water Research and Development Act of 1978. Additional support was providec by the North Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Community Development. Proje`+~ t o. ,~-0~6-NC ~~ ,.~ ~ {~ ('; _A4reeaen'~ N~. f4-34-0001-9035
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50331 0908 TP Water 370 P Fp-kcr, Miltor, E. Food plr.nt ennitation [by] ItiS.toh E. Parker [andj John 1;. Litchzield. N2w York, i:cinhold I'uS. Co:-p. [x95?] 401 p. i1.1`a. 24 cm. Ync2udes bxb2iwgraphy
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50331 0891 THt lOURNAL Olr CHE>ttCAL rt1Y5lCS , VOLL'ME 16. Nl)ltSliR S 1fAY, 1944 76 III Re -76 S.P. i t 1 The Solubility of. Water in Hydrocarbons . (~.~7]E Br.ACK.* GLORG° Ci. JORIS," A:O HCGrt S. TAYLOR * Frick Cbeurirnt Laawowry, Princctan Cniavri1y, PrirraJon, Nrr lnrey • (Reccived February 12, [9J8) The melbod in which tritiunt o-,ide acts as a tracer in the det:rmination or water solubility in hydroearbons has Lrcn used for the mracuremer.t uf the solubility of water in a number of paraffinie, olefinie, and diolefinie hydroc:.rbons. The etTect of temp enture, prescure, si.e of LS'drourbon molecule, and the constitutive ractors have been studied. Solubilities were dr.ter- mined in the temperature range from S' to 3l)"C at pressures from 1 to 6 atmospheres. T •`f,HE method which is based upon the use cf -~ tritium oxide as a tracer in the de,termina- tion of minute amounts of water has previously been tested in the measurement of tite soiubility of water in benzene.' The same method has now been further applied to the determination of the sclubility of water in a series of parattinic, olefinic, and diolernic hydrocarbons. E1tPERIi:ENTAL PROCEDUF.E 1. Radioactive Ptater , 0, j ~! t) E 1 t) U9. r: 0 4 t For the lowen hydrocarbons, a brass apparatus and a°lightly different experimental techn;que were utilized. TL•e all-metal systern is shown in Fig. 1. The saturator C was charged by cooling it with liquid air while the chamber was connected to the h•,•drocarbon supply cylinder,ll. Since ti-e sample could not be observed during saturation. it was necessary to follow carefully the ;,rovcd techn ique employed in the glass system. The sampling device in FiY. 1 rnnast:+j nf a crnall hroce rvl;.,.i.. r
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50331 0875 _ ~.A, 7 ~ \ VI Re -78 The Catalytic Action of ~vlolybdenum(V) for NO Oxidation' S.P.9 . I • The Osaka Municipal Technical Research Insfilule; Ogimali, Kila-ku, Osaka-shi 530 Japan Keizi NASI{IMOTO*, Sh6tt,1MXAiii'se* and Kimio TARAMA** a.......4..-. -...... •• Department of Hydrocarbon Chemislry, Faculty of Engincering, Kyoto Universily ; Yoshida, Sakyo-ku, Kyolo-shi 606 Japan The oxidation of NO with oxygen chemisorbed on reduced MoO,-A1,O, catalysts was studied ' by various physico-chemical techniques. The oxidation over the catalysts was rapid at room temperature. The data of ESR measurements suggested that NO reacted with O,- but did not with O- at the temperature lower than 100°C. The number of active sites on the catalyst was determined on the basis of the saturation value of adsorbed NO and O, and was found to be nearly equal to the content of Mo(V), [Mo"]„ in the supported molybdenum oxide soluble in water. The variation of the number of active sites with the amount of • supported molybdenum oxide and the extent of its reduction agreed well with the variation of [Mo"], with them. It is concluded that the oxidation activity is attributable to [Mo'•],. t Studies of 11io0&-A1,0,,.Catalysts in Ethylene Polymerization. V. ot~oon;;0 2 7 A P,
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50331 0900 Ref. TP 9 E Water, v. IJ+. Encyclopedia of chemical technology, edited by Raymond E. Kirk and J)onald F. Othmer. :1ssistant editors: Janet D. Scott and Anthony Standen. -Nen York, Interscience En- cyclopedia t1947- v. illus. 27 cm. Includes bibliographies. CONTF.NTB.-V. 1. A to Anthrimides.-v. 2. Anthrone to carbon-arc.- v. 3. Carbon (cont'd) to cinchophen.-v. 4. Cineole to destrose.-v. 5. Di- to esplosives.-v. 6. Eaplosives (cont'd) to furfural.-v. 7. Fur- naces to iolite.-v. 8. Ion exchange to metal plating.-v. 9. Metal sur- face treatment to penicillin.-v. 10. Pentacene to polymethine dyes.- V. 11. Polyols to rutin. 1. Chemistry, Technical-Dictionaries. r. Kirk, Raymond Eller, 1890- ed. TP9.E68 0 660.3 43--234* Library of Congress i55r54o=9'1 .:~ . , . ~. . ~ s
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I DISSERTATIONS=--UNIVERSITY QF DELAWARE/• , 50331 0915 LEAD AZIDE/ . QD 181 Va - ' 1974 I ~AD AZIDE II Y11ATEt ~. ~ Satya Prakash Varma A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the University of Delaware in partial fulfillwent of the reQuirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosopl.•• im Physics. MaT 1974 ' rPJ (i tn n f 1 0 0 V lLECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF
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~ 50331 0907 , . . t. : ;. t, - BODY FLUIDSJ e ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCE VoLUM 125, ART. 2 PACts 249-772 Editor October 13, 1965 1tlanaging Editor HAROLD E. WHIPPLE HURD HUTCHI vS OP [~11 FORNIS OF G ~1'ATF:R IN BIOLOGIC SYSTEtits• P'e , Conference Cochairrnen ~ 1965 JOSf:eH F SAU:vDERS and JoHx E FLYNN 1 . . i t 1 CONTENTS I ~ Introductory Remarks. By JosEm F. SAUNDERS .......................... 251 i t 1 ~ n 0 6 11 The Effect of Solutes on the Structure of 1Vater and its Implications for Protein Structure. By 11AgOLD A.SCHERAGA ................................. 253 Hydrophobic f{ydration and the E1lect of Hydrogen Bonding Solutes on the Structure of 1\'ater. By FEt.tx FRANKs ............................... 277 Diflusional Specificity in Water. By i. RonERT },ENiCHEi. AND SAMUEL B. lfoxoa•ir•r......... . )...(~ .................................. 290 '~onc~stin \k'~iterF~nd F1Ituetsns Soii,ti„ns. Hy'P. G. QwE 13FRG ........... .. 298
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50331 0909 74 III Re SFF.CTROSCOP'f/WATER/AllSORPTIt)'r/ E S'p' CHEMISTRY, ORGA)dIC--T~'UCLEAR ~L4GNETIC P.ESO?dA*:CE S)'ECTROSt;OPY/ t ` R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Develcpm.ent Depts., ~i Science Information Division ~ NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE. A COLLECTION OF MATERIAL. I E ~ June 10, 1974 Winston-Salem, N. C. ~ t , I Q.S t) Q fl :1 R? r•, 2. 2
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50331 0906 HEART--DISEASES/ II Me5-80 S.P Geochemistry of .~VVater . in Relation to ~ v Cardiovascular Disease , PANEL ON THE GEOCHEMISTRY OF WATER IN RELATION TO CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Subcommittee on the Geochemical Environment in Relation to Health and Disease. U.S. National Committee for Geochemistry Assembly of Mathematical and Physical Sciences National Research Council I 0 ~. NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Washington, D.C. 1979 ~ 0?. t3 I~) . , a
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50331 0905 TD 1. REPOR f NO. 2. 380 EPA-600/4-76-049 1/ mo 1. TITLE ANO SUBTITLE 1976 HANDJ300K FOR SAMPLING AtiD SAMPLE PRESERVATION OF.AdATER AND vWASTEWATER . AUTHOR(S) J. H. Moser K. R. Nuibregtse PERFORMING ORG 1NIZATION NAME AND ADURESS 1/E1lvirex, Inc., A Rexnord Company Environmental Sciences Division 5103 West Beloit Road Milwaekee, WI 53201 t. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME ANO ADDRESS Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory Office of Research and Development {'U.S. Environmecital Protection Agency Cincinnati, 011 45268 . SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES as n- n n ri °o 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSIOvNO. PB-259 946 S. REPORT DATE Scptember 1976 (Issuing 6.PERFURMING ORGANIZATION CO[ 0. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REF 10.PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 1tID 621 t1.CONTRAI:f/GHANT NO. I Contract-Nc_ 6i?-n•t_207~ 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD C Contract - 6/28/74 to 6/J 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE EPA-ORD 11 .ABSTRACT • -A,-,.1, nrnornm Wnq _i_ui_ti~a_ted_w_ith_the overall objcctive of providirt;
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50331 0858 . t~ . . . .... : A, : . . ; . , Bulletin of the JSME. Vol.17. No.108. June. 1974 ~~.3-- JO -- - S Equations of State for Several Fluorocarbon Refrigerants4 ~ (Second Report: Formulation of the Equations of State) - t. By Hiroshi KONOO•, k_sWlUrl'ANABE** and lchimatsu TANISHITA••• Following the results obtained In the first report. a set of the equations of state with respect to -. III Du2 74 S.P. ' i . , those six diffetent fiaotocarbon refrigerants of practical importance have beea formulated. The newly ptopored equations of state can be determined mainly depending upon the second vinal coefficient eakrrtited from the available P•v-T data and they have the identical functional form for six Iluorocarbons respeetivety. The calculated and compared results have shown a quite satisfactory coincidence with the expvittrental data used for the extenGcd ranges of the state parameters. It vas also examined and confirmed that the proposed equations of state could satisfy well the thearrodyrramicalty constistent conditions necessary to the pu:e substance at the critical point. 1. Introduction ~/ Following the first report of the present studytO, new equations of state are Iretmutated for six fluorocarbon retiigeranu of practical importaace based upon the available expervnental P-v-T data. Besides these formulations, the required conditions fot the thermodynamx consistency a: the critical point which sras also described in the previous report are di.~cussed with an aid of the proposed equation of state. calculated from Eq.(I6), ((ilPJiiT)vc)T=Tc, kplr.'sT• dft : uncertainty of ac (nondfntensional) Subscripts e: property values at the critical point t : reduced property values due to the critical property djti !: property values along the saturation pressure cu,-e ealc: calculated values due to the devised equation of rv:e 3. Basic Considerations and Determination of ? As described in the first report. .arious kinds of equa• Functional Form 7 U f) n l, n n af-' 7 7
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50331 0884 NORTH CAROLINA--WATER/ A i~ E *Y :. z~~ ; 'L I ~r,~K•r•, • ( ~t'~~TM~ ~:''•.-:-y at ~~ 1..~ J~ 'L~ /~ '~..'' :. i L.%- _~t 1-~ .. .i ~.. ~J ~ .. • . .. L 71. 1tl `j r~r h.C~ TD 897 Ai 1970 /,/` *1 .,r:1~•~ ~ . ~-~ rrr.~. [ .~ ~ - o ~`ti;..b ~. V Y~~./ ~•-• i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~i,:.'~i ~ ~.1•_ 1-~/ :..•L~i'-~/' ~~. ~,: i r;q~ Q~`. -J,("'1.:.Se J?r1: A `t.i! i J/w7~~^ ~r,~ -• ~}jT 4t i r~ ;..r~ 1= -a 4 E. -~ ~ ~E [~}~ +^; ~1`;,/+.~T \ 1 ~ .. ~ , 1 1 .. f . a-r _ ~i 7 ~ :. ~ .. _ ~ /~ ~~ J_~ 3L V .fa i. -.1 s~ Jl ~ ~ .il • f,./ ~' 'lJ~ Y 1~! ~ i SLIP Service•Learninq Intemship Project Office 7. City Hall P. O. Box 2511 Winston-Salem. N. C. 27102 i h,)hcrt If. ,11,;,ren. k 0', n o n~ 0 P. ~~ ,. lt rlhu~~I. .,t;lr~rl SLI!' lrrlc:rnt - Sumn:er 1970 and I'eter l). 1t1eigl. PFt.I) pactrlry itdriccr Joint Sponsors: Water and Sewer Division Department of Puhtic Works City of Winston•Salcm P. 0. Box 2511 1Ninston-Satem, N. C. 27102 Det»rtr.lent Of E31olr'9y Frltc,t Univcr!.ity P. 0. I;ox 7235 I~l'ti+IIOI~ I.I .cil:)t 1011 -wiir t,li; :;:?!r'~n, TJ.~: t`~ Carulina 2710' 9
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V 50331 0879 - ' rlISR9t6?Wf PltAfiMACUIUGY ''•` s L1 . A... 1..~ . •.-~~L -- ,( , SUBACUTi: I::HALkTIO;7AL TOXICITY OF AFROSOJ. PRO- P£LL.AIVTS.V'4A ~~~Eini !er nd DominEo hi. Aviado. Univ. Pa. Med. Sch,, Philadelphia. Pa. 19174, Mice were exposed fot 30 rnin, 6 days a wk for 3 or 6 wka to mixtures containing trichlo^omonofluoromethane (F'CI1), dlchlorod(fluoromethane (FC12) or dichlorotetrafluoroethane (FCI14), 11:e most conspicuous effect of FCl I(0.20/e for 3 wks) was the development of tolerance to its bronchocor.- strictor effect. Acpeated exposure to FCIZ (20°ro for 3 a•ksl caused an exaggeration of Its bronchoconstrictor effect. The response to hypoxia was altered In the foll:nrinR manner: loss of bronchodilator response in mice exoosed to FCI 1 (20'% for 3 R•ks) and exaggeration of respiratory depressant effect of hypoxia In mice exposed to FCI1 (5%% for 3 wks) or FCIZ (4% for 6 t:ks), Sepeated inhalation of FC114 (4% for 3 or 6 wks) did not influence the airways, but there was a reduction in compliance both during inhalation of FC114 and during hy- poxia. The consequences of exposure to fluorocarbons can be explained by the following: change in adrenergic and chol- Inergic receptors in the airways; depletion of bio3eric am- ines; structural changes In the airways and capillaries; and reduction in phospholipid content of the t;utQ, . ~. O9 It, rhos,.ooVst I TUESDAY. August 10, 1975 - 9:OC A.M. / 093 1~1.ASE(AC) ACTIVITY IY LUNG AND IIEART: EFFECT OF E) AND HIS'i,Ltll:E(HI) IA H~:ALTIh, S•°.NSITI2E:D AND : C itiEf,-PICS. S.K.Puri", A.A. TfathS, )..Volicer, rsit~ ~School of aedicine, Boston, *7oss. 02119 ty vas`eessured in the hom,genates!of 1uu^s and hesithy,\sensitized a,,d ana?hylaetic guinea-pigs. ungs, EPI 10"9-lU'2:1) stioulat.d /.^c activity pendent man r. In s.nsitizt-0 1u::2s, AC vas ve to EPI/ lo cona.ntratiqns oi ECI (10-1-10 / a minic.al ef rt in healthy luui,s, produced a alation of the A Hig¢er ser.sitivity of AC to N) concentraticn v atso dcoonstrarcd in ensitized aninals. ~the other haad, HI indsced ,as similar in hca 4ny vrtl as scnsitized Itrts. To exptot further\the role of adrenergic receptors in t~e state of ile,ediate hypersensi- a also tvea;ujEd in anaphylacil~ lungs. Addition (O.1Z), in,~rtro, in herithy an:i~acnsitized alter eiher tte basal or EPI in3vced stir.+ula- tivity. Hovover, challenge with ovalbunin (50 mz) gu:nea-pig, in situ, sig::ificantly dccreased :d stim~~l»tionof AC activity. These re3ults :he beta receptor sensitivity to EPI i4 altered wess of ovalLumin eensitization and anaphylex~ s. 'JaPHS, NHLI Pulr~onary oCOk grant 15063) \ ? I ° ?. ' ~ ( t 0
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CFiE:SISTRY, AtdALY:iIi.--CC12.LECTED VORKS, Vu1_s.j'.,2;,3,4,5,$:9 (1't.'i:I iu 2a:.h %,c1. C1:E tICAL ELEMEhTS, Vcils.. 1.,2,3,4,6,8,9 (1''r_, II of each ~•(jl.) I • ~r; \~ • {~ -~ 7r r1 D 4 ( ~~~i'.fti1..~~~>`s1i ~ir'~.~..~ ~~l.,AL 81Y.o ~ 1961 ' l YPART II I;dicedbyI.lt.l:Or:rltc)I;i ANALY:'I::AL Clif,M1S'i'tt~ &l:ool oj C7, er,ri; a y, 7hlirersily r.f.l! irnusola 0 V 'F I i E E I, l; M I; i-: 'I' :i and YIl:L1?' J. 3:L\'IS(; STL,•JON A IJcpnrAneitt of Ch<vr,ist*y, !%r.iver.vity n,f i 1 iJ.;g:nr wit!) ti:c nssislaaec of 7J{\IES'C 1:. ~:\`:?~':;LL S},t~rz:+t:cAn: ititic:;ICh'uriccr. u(thr: Sd+oul of Clrcanistry, L'nirenwty oJ :ilinnr.'•4n Fae~nc.tts VOLUME 1: ;ORCA NICi. 4O\IF,NCLAT:iItL At,-r1tOrzs OF VOLuats t GENERAL CONr,rI;FS H. F. 81:EGHLY JAMtis t. tlor•Fa+A:: ;iiiYllROG/~1' OMs}:ARD A. COOK sn.vr: xAr.estA:a INE12T.~e;ASES • tdi:AL[ ML• 1:AL:~ W. CONARD }1•;R?!£LIUS JoriIV :dITI'll?7LL, Jlt. liD".TL'ItSCVh(1? l'L'13LISllI?RS, INI:W 1'i1Rl:-LOtiI)(;N 0 •=, fi (1 nC? U?, 8 1 n
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50331 0920 v;at Pr---Aari cuJ tura1 uses. 1955. U. S. Dept. of elgriculture. Yearbook of agricultnre. 11"ashington, U. S. Govt. Print. Off. ~7 v. ilius., ports., maps. 24 cm. Title varies: 10f-19]9, Yearbook of the United States Departmect of Agriculture.-1920-22, Yearbook: -19`rl3-2L, Agriculture yearbook. Since 1936 each vol. has also slx~cial title. Beginning with 19:30 the Yearbook is designated by the year tn which ft Is published. Consequently there is no lssue bearing date 1929. ~ (Continued on next card) ~5Sr4Ral15~ ~a ~^f ~~ n n ~i 0 ^ S~
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50331 0925 : IJATER--ANAT.YSIS/ l!ATER--AST*t STANDARDS/ WATE --POLLUTION--PiEASURE:•SEVT/WASTE 1dATER--ANALYSIS/ TD 380 Am 1979 2 c. MEASUREMENT OF ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN WATER AND ViIASTE WATER A symposium sponsored by ASTM Committee D19 on Water AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS Denver, Colo., 19-20 June 1978 ASTM SPECIALTECHNtCAL PUBLICATION 686 C. E. Van Hall, editor AMER(CAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS 1 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 .; ti i _`..
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50331 0917 I + 4 TD 8Wa 1977 . POLLUTION CONTROL/h1ATER--POLLUTION/ PROCEFD 1NGr THE F11=T11 ANNUAL DUSTRIAL POL.L.UTIOIrl CONFERENCE / sponsok-cd by ~he . Aftill5AN AJSTEEtAlA1"FR EQ U 11"' MENi" MA~ NUFACTURF RS ASSOCIATION, INC. 7909WEv TPARIC DRIVE ~ SUi i E 304 McLEAN, VERGIN1A 22101 o 2 g " 7c43/693-1520 . ~ - ---_ARP I1__1?-.?1. V'
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~A~ES.--KHU1h111U/Y, lUlilLlitU,V.J/ I Ai;ALYSIS,ti,1,Pt.1/SULfUR DIOXIDE,V.1,'L 1~.1/NITkOGEP, OXIDES,V.I,Pt.l/ CARBON MONOY.1DE--DETERi4INATION,V.1,Pt.lA/HYDROCARBONS --ANALYSIS,V-J,f't.lA/ SRACE ELEIIENTS--ANALYSIS, V.1,2,4/AIR--POLLliTIOiJ--ANALYSIS, V.1,Pt.2/ PARTICULATES, V.1 ,Pt.2/WA"i f:R--ANAL1'SIS,V.2,Pt. 2 & 2A/ ~ PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION,V.1,Pt.2/PESTICIDES--DETERMINATION,V.2A,I!,f/ ASBESTOS,V.1-,Pt.2/P;(~ SE,V.1,Pt.2/NOISE,V.I,Pt.2/LEAD,V.1,Pt,2/ METALS--ANALYSIS,V~' Pt.2 &2A/PHENOLICS,V.2A/OIL SPILLS, v.2Aj RADIATION--MEASUREMENT,V.2A/ CHR01MATOGRAPHIC ANALYS_IS--GAS CHR0M~1'OGRAPHY,V.2, QD 117 Un Lnstrulnentation for „'Lnvironmen.tal Monitorinfi . Pt. kL`'& 2A/ Environmcntal Instrumcntatian Croup Latv.cnce Bcrkctey Laborrto+y "AIR, VOL. 1, Parts 1, 1A, 2, 2A i-~WATER;•VOL.2, Parts 2, 2A ~ RADIATI0N, Vol. 3 (1979) 1,BIOMEDICAL, Vol. 4 ^ ;) U 2 /. ' E.~--- (iUnivcrsity of California ISOrknlcy, CA 9J7?0 Sponsored by .`1issearch Appli~d to National t;cPds ~ fJational Scicnce foundotios -~ n^ an (}r'd Division of Qiomcdical and Envitonmr,':d Research Departnsant of Energy r, i... $0331 0914 ~ ~ a
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TD 897 Am 1973 .2C'. WATER--POLLUTI023/WATER--ASTM STANDARDS BIOLOGICAL MEi HC7DS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF WATER QUALITY., A symposium ' C" ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUaLICATION 528 presented at the John Cairns, Jr. and K. L. Dickson, editors Seventy-fifth Annual Meeting Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR List price $16.25 04-528000-16 TESTING AND MATERIALS j AMERICAN SOClETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS I 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 ~(? C? s 0 0 7 8 ti I S
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50331 0913 i t Water. S U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. 21 Water. rtiVashington, U. S. Govt. Print. Off., 1955, ~ i5ippk I~i1sa{n~~u24 `~n. (Its Yearbook of agriculture, 1955) Includes bibliographies. "Some additional references" : p. 722-723. l. Water. i2. CVater-IItilization, 3. Water conservation-U. S. 0. Water-Conservation-II. S., (Series) [S21.A35 1955] ~"'~ Agr 55438 II. S. Dept. of Agr. Libr. `~_ lAg&4Y 1955 for Library of Congress (12•1 . . . . _ . - e . . ~ ~ ... •
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50331 0921 -........r..~.....~ - ...__r~.....'r.i~ ~... ..~ _..w....._.._a~~....~.___ - _ _ '~~~~..r...~•.a.lti.ar.f.l.t.~,.~..J TA ' 401 A Water--ASTM standardsp pt. 10- American Society for Testing Materials. Book of A. S. T. lI. standards including tentatives. 1939- Philadelphia. v. In 111us., plates, diagrs. 24 cm. Triennial (1Jf1 and 10,16 biennial) with supplements issued In the Intervening years. Formed by the union of !ts Book of A. S. T. 3fL standards and its Book of A. S. T. M. tentative standards. Title varies slightly. Cover title, 1939- : A. S. T. DfL standards. Issued 193J--35 In 3 pts. a year; 1J16--33 in 5 pts.; 1849-- In 0 pt9. 1. Bngineering-Societies, etc. 2. 3iaterials-Testing. TA401.AG53 Library of Congress 40-10712' 153r51ua10, _ ~ ; - r-,--~ -, . - ,,- - -- • 3 i
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Pp,kA, f,,agT_.eVypAs7.E p l~ ~"R/~E> l~~t i~ o/I W rR AT id,~!/ Alf'~7, v1Bo -GT/_=/F'i tSJ1tR .--Pd!I?/A /C~TiO/'s ~ ater and Water Pollut~ on• ~on V`~I a ter Handbook VOLUME 1- DL (in four volumes) Edited by LEONARD L. CIA CCIO GTE LABORATORIES INCORPORATED BAYSIDE,t:EW YOkK G 6 ii () ft i) f) 2 50331 0896 C
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1331 0916 ~ ~ / ' / JUN 19y4 EE3 WiIZ 17 „, 01 ~7ss. p . J (J i.! RNAL 0 r= THE ENV! R0 NMC N`i"Al_ ENGIhlrcRiNG DIViS1C1N CoNSU^:11rrS VIAT= it QUAr,ITX NDEx ?;t te- 13y Thomas M. Wats4ci' aad Pr ank L. Parker,= M. ASCE lr+moucrw,+ Until recently, the most fundamental procedure for describing the quality uf a body of water was to assign to it in adjective such as clear, muddy, foul, etc. Such a proccdurc, while dcsirable in its simplicity, leaaes a great deal to be desi;ed in its rigor and reproduca'uility. Therefore, scicntists have substitutcd, in place of these descriptors, rneasurements of specific characteristics of the wrtcr body, which can be uscJ to dcscribc wt.cr qullity. Paramctcrs auclt as dissolved n1tvoon nu ... ....--._•...- --• ! ~ /_ l1 i7 l1 „ n =) 0
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50331 0902 9 J7 . r 7Y- ttI Nc,3 Microwave Measurements of the Liquid A;ate~, : Content of Atlnospheric AerosolsW'O . ..~ 1V. ITo, G. N1. jIIllY A xU 1:. \T. GOVAN Stitrrct Ctuftr, Rork;c-cll Ir.lrnrolra„ol, Thousarrd Oaks, ColiJ. 91360 (Manuscript received 19 April 1974, in revised form 24 July 1974) AABSTRACT A new mcthod is described for the measurement of the diclcclric constant of almosfhcric acrusols. From these obscrvatiuns the free liquid water content of airLorne particles can be Je.luceJ. An instrurient to measure semi-eoutinuously the dielectric constant of aerosols is discussed, and illustrative ohscrvati-,ns are given for urban air in Southern California and for marine and descrt air at non.urban .ites. The results taken during (he fall of 19;2 indicate that a significant fraclion of the marine and urban acrn.ol obscr:cd is free water in the relative humidity range t,et%%cen 40 and 7i~o. The liquid %Nater cortent in thc acros,)l eonelales s'ttisfactu;ilv with the estinction cocflicient for visihle light, as ,neasurcd uith an integrating nephclomcter. I , il !7 (~ '1. ~' ~ () c) (1 0
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50331 0919 Ma 370 _ .i Water--Agricultura] uses. Matz, Samuel A Water in foods, by Samuel A. Aiatz. Westport, Conn., A. i Pub. Co., 1965. f=, 275 p. lllus. 24 cm. (Aai books on foods processing) Includes bibliographies. 1. Water-supply. 2. Food-Composltion. c. Title. T.l'357.Ai33 Library of Congress 664 65-26191 ...-- T -.,.-.~.„....~t_ ..,.•... ? 'k, 3 2 3 •r_ ? TP
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50331 0923 AIR- :ALY ~~ T~ ~~,'~<~ 401 Are ~it 6 VR ~tF , 1973 ~ ``'~ ~"~~ oP ti ``_° L ~ ~o Cie 1'irt D S PAnT 23 Water•; !, tmosp,yeric AtnatVsis lt~- I /nC/udas standrrds oh. G+mmin.. 0-19 on YLtsi D-22 On Samplinp ara. AnalYsis o/ AtnwsDheros P+i:'* $35.75 01-027073•i6 AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTlftitr,' ANO MATERIALS 191G RAte St, P•i/i/edaiphia. Pai. 1VSQ3 n [1 fl t) ?. ~:~ ;
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50331 0921 CHEtiISTRY--CO*tE'UTEP.S/WATER--ANALYSIS/PHENOLS--Ci1ROMATOGRIIPHIC ANALYSIS/ AIR--POLLUTION--ANALYSIS/CII~t~AN~~SI111L~~SIS/ QD 271 Ad CHROMATOGRAPHY 1974 19"14 Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium held in Houston, Texas, November 4-7, 1974 Edited by: i A. ZLATKIS L. S. ETTRE Professor of Chemistry Senior Staff Scientist University of Houston The Perkin-Elmer Corporation Houston, Texas, U.S.A. Norwalk, Conn., U.S.A. Published by: Chromatography S5 mposium Department of Chemistry - Univcrsity of Houston Houston, Texas, U.S.A. 1974 a (l l3 i? 0 7 . . •..
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r III~INFLUENCE OF I3ItOi:CHOrUL.1ONARY LESION ON CAF.UIO- 'ZJLASOINARY TOXICITY I:1 THE i+fOU:3r:* -7 .~~ Departntent of Phn; mncolr<py,-Unit,e/rsity of Penr,sylt,an:a 3) Schbol of rtiledl-ine•/P/cifadetphii Pa_ l9174 (U.S.R.) ~ICHf,RllSCCIT"I' BRODY"'j.TF.TSTJYk' N/ATANABS and DOM1I`GG ?.CAVIAI)O (Rece:vcd i)ece;nber 8th, 1973) s P4 /,7i7,-f The inhalation of the following three propeli;,tnts s:as lcsted in mice: t:-ichlo- Yofluoromethane (Fluorocarbon 11, i'C11), dicltlorofluoromethane (Fluoro- carbon 12, FC12) and difluoroethane (Flucrocarbon 152a I'C152a). There was a uniformity in nature oI res onse of re •r)iration ~r•i 1;- ^1 1• on p ~. .. . zopu .nonary function, namely: reduction in respirat.ory•rate, tidal volume and respiratory '' minute volume decrease in ulmon com liance and ' ~ ar ; w, LoxicoloL'y. f(19..7-~4-) - -1-7-~3-1~.P-d . ; , 0 11 f dr1C1, r~IT15tEtd2R: - inThe Netheriands . 50331 0880 rn cl 7 T\ . , CIRCULA i OR S~ ST .. 1S/1,,.3 ./~ I11 Du 74 , S•p • ~TOXI: ITY OF AEROSOL PROPELLANTS ON THE RESPIRATORY AND , p y p uzcrease m pu.• monary resistance. The differences between the three propellants %:'ere that FC11 caused spontaneous cardiac arrhythmias and sensitized the heart. ~y whereas FC12 and FC152a did not. However, inhaiation of FC152a caused ~ sensitization of the heart to eoinephrine in mice that h::d eYoerin:ental bron- ,... ,._... . _; _. : ~ . 1. . • . _ . . .,. .' `: ; j n rl fi i) ~ /
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50331 0868 :R-7u Pre!! mioa ry.StmilUs or, tho rato of Inhalod Vinyl . C(llo( (E1y ~r~~j(~~l [,d' ~!1 ~7~~~~ l1l 11GY~~ foL.l m~MlAealtAPer.pcetrrea Y R 1 ~ '. Pp• ES-9S, ]Ja71 by R E Ile#ner,lr.,* ` PA:yWa#anabe; and P.1. Gehring* !'ats were exposed to viny1 chlnride monomer Ras (\'Ctif) In a closed rerircjlatinr system. The rate at which VOI was remo.ed from the ayslem via metabolism waa determined foc rats e%poscd to initial eonccntralions of VOI ranging from 50 to 1167 ppm. Upon eaposure to initial concentrations of 50 to ]ll.i ppm, the rate of metabolism was 5.04 7t 3.40 X 10' tnin°. Upon exposure to initial conccntrationa ran:ing from 220 to 116: pprn, the rate cunstants were less; the mean .alue being 2.65 ± 1.3,i X 10-0 min'r. Regardless of concentration, the ditappearance ioilowed apparent first order linetics. Pretreatment of rats with pyrazole prior to exposure to initial concentrations of 65 and 1234 ppm \ CNI wuse6 71 and SMc reduclions in the rate of metabolism. Ethanol caused 96% and 63r< reductions in the rate of VOI metabolism by rats cxposed to 56 and 97 ppm \'C\f, respectitely. Ethanol was less eftectire in b1oc1 inR the rate of znetabolism by rats exposcd to hich concentrations of \'CIt; 46 and 367c in rats exposed to 1025 znd 1034 ppm \'C>t. In rats exposed to an initial concentration of 65 ppm'\'C.NI, S6Fv?5-_tA administration caused no inhibition of the rate of \'C.Ni me;abolis:a; howeter, a 19-,c inhibition was s,!en in rats exposed to 103S ppm. The nonprotein sulfhydryl coctent of the Iher (!•lutathione and epsteine) of rata exposed to VCM concentrations ranc;nt from 50 to 15.000 ppm VCM is reduced without a relalior•.ship to dose. With rep;•alcd daily exposure the de);ree of reduction is reduced. Preliminary resclts indicate that the primary meta?.oliles of \"CNI react with the non- protein sulfhydr)I. Final metabolic products excreted in the urinc appecr to be S-(2- t,ydrox)eth.l)c)steine and S•(2•earbox)n.ethyl)c)sleine and the re>pective A'•acetyl deriratkcs. 3tnnochloroacetie acid ecas idcntiric•d as annther potential roetaholite. ConsidcrinF the results in tolo• St is hlpothesized that VOI is readily and extensiocly metabolized. Metitolisra via the primary pathwac, postulated to irt.ol.e alcohol dehydro- =enase, is s~am rd by' ecposurrs jq cotxr.lratp ns "ceeding 220 ppm. In rats exposed ~~to eo~ecnfrtior~al ainj c~~e>ldintitht~~ctrl,ttnelat distn kceurs via a secondary path- ' wa)(s), postulated to be t•pozid2tiuu and/or pwro.id::tiun. These results are eonsidered.- f .
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--50331 0929 sEnPC10D/[a1YJ Ex--AN.tiL1 SIS / t• ooD--BACT1:r.I0LOGY / TP 370 N, rkCOt~'~r~r,ct~~)L-C3 Pf;Or'[:JIJFCC~ FOR i HE E:.~I~~it{`~`, i IC}t~l 1970 • . ~~' . . : . ac"• $C-A WAt L[: AND S4-iRLi-{SE{__ _. Faui'fih Editinn 1970 ~ Arr;ericun 1-'ublic Heaith lassocintion, Inc. i I 1C. • ~ 1740 >;rc+;zuwny, New York, N.Y. 10019 ~ i; i (~ ~t (~ r) a ~'; r1 .).
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50331 0876 i 78 III Ha2 . 12 . POLYMERS•& POLYMF.RIZATTO:V--CATALYSTS/CATALYSTS/ oULt.l:Tt>r or Ttle cltt:Mu:AL socleTY OP IAt•Arr, Vor.. 49 (12), 31Ui1-3112 (197G) (Vol. 49, No. 12 HVLLSTIN Or Tllr: C11L'A/iCA SOr:uiTY ON JAPAiJ, VOt.. 49(1), 12-15 (197G) (Vol. 49, No. 1. Studics of DioO, AIA Cataiyst in aIiylciic Polymcrizution. III. Tlic Nature of lIo(V) and Its Relation with 1lctivity IV. KI11ct1cS and StUIc2iI0lllctry of the Rcductiori . ,, , Kcizi I IASIttMoTO, $Iiw3~ 1rYX`'~~`~ne,' 1ncl Kirnio TAnANtA* a1 The Osaka Al,mici/Krl T'i•cluucnl Rescarclt huGlyde, Ogi,,,ali, Kila-du, OsaAa 330 Vr • •- 1n ordcr to dctcrminc thc active ccntcr of ctltylcnc polymcrization ovcr Afo0,-A1:0„ the g-tcnsor and the amount of molybdcnum(V) in cach chemical statc wcrc dctcrmincd by means of P.SR mcasurcntcnt. The anisotropy of thc g-tcnsor rcvcalcd thc strcngtlt of tLc crystal ficld in the statc; thc dccrcasing ordcr of thc strcngths was as follows: statc(S)>statc(\L))statc(IV)> i\foO,-SiO; -~,frcc i\doO,. In the state(S) rnolybdcnu,n oxidc is insolublc in aq.10NI-NII„ in the statc(AI) it is soluble in aq. NHs but insoluble in water, and in the statc(W) it is soluble in watcr. Thc amount of molylvlcnum(V) in the statc(\V) was studied in connection with thc activity, because only thc statc(W) was suitablc for polynurization. The behavior of the activity was in fair agrccmcnt with that of thc molybdcnutn(V) coutcnt in•thc statc(W) and this content dcpcdncd on the amount of supPortcd DioO3 and on the extent of rcduction. Thc amount of molybdcnwn(V) in the state (W) corrcspondcd to the amount of chcmisurbcd bydroScn, which was a polymerization initiator. The cl,cmisorption of oxygcn on the catalyst caused a complctc disahpcarancc of both the activity and the molybdcnum(V) content in the statc(%V). 17hcrcWrc, it was eoncludcd that the active center of the polymerization was mo!ybdcnum(V) in the statc(%V). •l•dcrn to ~cv ~cll~ltc 4'd„rmlt~ nun~fn r~ccl O CIn ~ -ani.,St 'of tT,c active •1„rcics in ctlrylcnc rolymcrization, the rcduc- linrt of thrt•c kin(b of malybdrnum oxidrs, 1, 11, anil Ili, which arc inu,lubk• in _a<t 10 AI-N) I„ soluble in • • .. ~...._.~~e...J :....1_.. ,~...1 _......_•._ 1 ~...1 c...u. •i, J ~rciv ur . of-
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50331 0931 . RADIOACTIVE W STE/ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING/ RADIOACTIVI-TY=-MEASURMENT/ WATER--ANALYSIS/ ., QC EFFLUENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL I3ADIATION SIJRVEILLANCE A symposium sponsored by ASTM 771 Am 1980 4am AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS Committee D•22 on Methods 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 of Sampling and Analysis of Atmospheres and Committee D-19 on Water AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS Johnson, Vt., 9-14 July 1978 ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 698 ` J. J. Kelly, Power Authority of the State of New York, editor o6 o o n a 0 2 8 4 4
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50331 0934 TD 380 Am 1979 2. c. WATEEd WATER--ANALYSIS/ !•'ATER--AST*t STANDARDS/ --POLLUTION--MEASUREIfitE`JT/?JASTE WATER--ANALYSIS/ MEASUREMENT OF ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN WATER AN D WASTEWATER A symposium sponsored by ASTM Committee D19 on Water AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS Denver, Colo., 19-20 June 1978 ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 686 C. E. Van Hall, editor 0, /j ~ ~AMERICANSOCIETYFORTESTINGANDMATERIALS ~ 1916 ce Street Philadel hia Pa 19103 ~ , p , .
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50331 0932 TD 380 Am . _! .~.. - - Water-Analysis. American Society for Testing Materials. Committea D-19 on Induetrivl jT'ater. Manual on industrial water. Philadelphia, American So- ciety for Testing Materials t19531 . 336 p. iliag' 24 cm. (ASTM special techn[crtl publication ao. 148) Includes bibliographles. 1. Water-supply. 2. Water-Analysfa. r. Title • Industrial water. (Series: American S(clety for Testing Materials. Special tcchnlcal publication no. 148) TD353.A6 L_ -) 543.3 53-1812 Library of Congresa i7j ^ - - --,~- -. ,--r---~-...~ - . 0 0 2 8 4 5
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50331 0918 , i I SURVEILLA ICE OF DRINKINGy~ATER QUALITY WORLD IIL'ALTH ORGANIZATION GE;NL:VA 1976 n n7•^'rfn •~ "-.e s..•--~T.f^,~`fT...'.~+`^.waC . . _ ~~~~~~~Y~ • ' ~~~..t~T. . . .... ~ ..sy ~ • "....±~e+T ~~'t'_. I . . ~i.~. ~. . " s r . s...~ • ' .. ..
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. ~ TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/FOOD--ANALYSIS/METALS--ANALYSIS/INDUSTRIAL ANALYSIS BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY--ANALYSIS/AIR--POLLUTION--ANALYSIS/ 993-9325 WATER--ANALYSIS/CH~MISTRY, ANALYTLC--ATOMIC ABSORPTI N SPECTROMETRY/ SOILS--ANALYSIS/ , : ATOMIC ABSORPTION+$IBLIOGRAPNY ` QD 117 ~ At 1977 VOLUME 1 BEGINNING TO 1 UNE 1972 Pvblishsd by THE PERKIN-ELMER CORPORATION NORWA6K. pONNSCTYCVT Ossss I a~a n ~ n
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C4I!•:'•tISTRY, M:ALYTIC/IdATFR---ASTM S'I'ANDARDS/CIIF'FiISTRY, It.OR(7At~IC--A"IAL.YSIS; LFAL•/ W::iFR--A':ALYSIS/ASI;I:STOS%SULFUR CO?f~0UN1)S/?i['RCURY/tiI:TALS--A"IALYSIS/.^.It:( fC !')`iIL':I/ SULFATrS--AYIALYSIS/TF..'1CE ELr~tENTS--A`ZA.LYSIS/FLUORIDI:/Ei.T'C:?'RnN ?dICRrfSCOPY/n7L ST'II.LS/ tiITRO(;EN-- ~~T TERttI1IATI0t1/I'ESTIC?I)F.S--DF.TEF~*tit\ATIO"7/PrSTICIiiI:S-- T.I SII)UI?S/7~)'{IC );.OGY/ ORGANOPIIOSPIIORUS CO"•iPOUNI)S/OR(A,:OCiILORIt3E CO'1P01-N1)S/POLYCIILORIiIhTFa BIYIiFNYLS/ C1IROtyfATOCRAPIIIC ANALYSIS /IIYDROCAI:BONS, POLYCYCLIC--I)1;T.T:P.tfItIATION/ . 89~ UVA~T-EF~ C~~JAL~i~Y ~~'A~tAIVIE TERS Am 1975 A symposium cosponsored ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUE3LIC:A T IOtJ 5 73 i i by the Canaca Centre for 1 Siivio Barabas, general chairman ~ Iniand W t - a rs and the Analytical Chemistry Division List price $29.50 of the Chenical Institute 04-573000-16 I of Canada Burlington, Ontario, Canada, 19-21 November 1973 „ APfERIC<.N1 SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS 1916 RacE Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 f ~. a s I U i ~1 (1 tl 11 U i r. a n 4 50331 0926 I
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, AMES-TYPE TESTING/`tiJTACENICITY/C.ARCIN(1CF.NICITY/AIR--POLL_UTInN--AHAI,Y~; IS/ iiATER--ANALYSIS/'JASTE ;JATFR ANALY '•IASTE !JATER--A",IALYStS/ ~ N-NITROSO CC;iPOUNDS/CnptPUTERS--CIIF.MTSTRY/ATC'•iTr ARSORPTTn`: SPF.CTnn'1F.TXYF FOURIER TRANSFORM ANAI.YSIS/CNROMATOGP,APIITC ANALYSIS--TON ('!12oMATOCRAP1iY/ ATOMIC Ert ~S~ION SPECTROSCOP RACF ELF!1EN S/ENVIRO`7~lENTAL `(oNITORINC/ lvl021iL'Ori11~ ~OxiC ~tl~starices .,.. ... 465 / Dennis Schuctzic, EDtTo 1979 Based on /symposium sponsored by the ACS Division of jndustrial and Engineering Chemistry at the 174th Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, Illinois, August 31, 1977. A C S S Y M P O S I UM S E R 1 E S AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY WASHINGTON. D. C. 1979 U Is 0 0 (l 0 o , `i `~={ C'-
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50331 0922 ~ WA1t;R--AS'nA STANDAltUS/' r 1974 TA 401 M A,~t~~S~~~~..~o~~S~~~~.. 0,00K •OF 1974 ASTPW STAVDA RDS PART 31 4Vllater lndudes stan~ards oI: comnwnN 0-19 on wNw Iric. i26 50 01-031014-16 AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTiNG AND MATERIALS • 1916 Race SL. Philade(phis, Pe. 19103 -~-~ f,a v, s ~ ---r 7.+.A..... _ V.. , ~ i c) Q~(1 t) ?. 3 3 r
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50331 0935 0 iY. ir 1, l, n . Yuter--Anc_Vs is . American Society for Testing Materials. Symposium on continuous analysis of industrial water and industrial waste water; presented at the fifty-fifth an- nual meeting (fiftieth anniversary meeting) American So- ciety for Testing Materials, New York, N. Y., June 24, 1952. Yhiladelphia (1953] 54 p. illus. 23 cm. (Its Special tecbnical publication no. 130) "Sponsored by Committee FI`19 on Industrial Water." Includes bibliographies. 1. Water-Analysis. L Title. ri Title: Continuous anal5sis of industrial water and Industrial waste water. (Series) TD380.A5 1952 (f~ 543.3 53~291 `; Ltbtary of Congress 17,
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I 50331 0933 TTJ 3Rn Am 1978 WAT F. R--POT.LTJT T OY/ WATF.R--ANAT.YSIS/WASTF. TRFATMF.?7T/ MANUAL ON WATER (Fourth Edition) Sponsored by Committee D-19 on Water AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 442A C. E. Hamilton J ~g Dow Chemical Company L%ditor AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 o 6 ~1nln (l 0 2 8 4 6 ^;-- ~ r
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50331 0936 tilster,lbaalysis. Y American Society for Testing Materials. Symposium on determination of dissolved oxygen in water; presented at the sixtieth annual meeting, American Society for Testing Materials, Atlantic City, N. J., June 20, 1957. Philadelphia (1958, Iv, 59 p. Illus., diagrs., tables. 24 cm. (Its Special technical pub- lication no. 219) "Sponsored by ASTM Committee D-19 on Industrial Water." ~ Includes bibliographies. 1. Water-Analysis. 2. Oxygen. r. Title. n. Title: Determina- tion of dissolved oxygen !n water. (Series) Q;D1G9.IV3A5 1957 0 *543.13 543.3 58-$57 Library of Congress t5Sf5) rr- --• -.-. , : -4 :7 u {, 0 r1 n i 1 0 ?.
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50331 0939 ' INSTRUMENTS ANT) TNSTRIJMENTATTDN/t'NE*tTSTRY, ANAT.YTIC--nRC!1NTC/ CARRnN--ANAT.YSTS/WATER--ANALYSTS/STJT.FUR rn"!pnU"S, ORnANIC--AF.TFR?1IVAT, COUT.DMF.TR,IC AN:ILYSIS/::IT INATIu!v/ ~ V/•THE ANALYSIS nF ORGANIC MATERIAT.S, AN INTF.RNATIDNAT. SF.RIF.S OF MDNOC:RApN< . Edited by:vR. Belcher and D.M.W. Anderson/ QD 271 I NSTRUMENTAL ORGANIC , I Be 1977 E LEMENTAL ANALYSIS 2 C. ' Edited by , I R. BELCHER Department of Chemistry, The University of Bu•rningham, Great Britain 1977 ,, A~ca~ie~ic- P;.- ess London • New York • San Francisco -.,,.,_
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50331 0942 PESTICIDES--DETERMINATION/POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/ WATER--ANALYSIS/TQBACCO--SP10KE--MAINSTREAM/TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSI.S/ HROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/ 1 QD 271 Be 1981 Recent Advances in capillary Gas Chromatography Reviews; Theory; Preparation, Deactivation and Repair of Columns; Testing, Selection, and Efficiency of Columns; Column Installation; Conversion of Apparatus for Capillary Gas Chromatography; Sampling; Special Conditions and Techniques of Sampling; Applications Dr. Alfred Huthig Verlag Edited by W. Bertsch Heidelberg Basel New York GiJenr)ingi;i (l i) t i 2 R. E. Kaiser ~ Chromatographic Methods Editors W. Bertsch W. G. Jennings R. E. Kaiser