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I 50333 7504 - /SOLUTIONS--CHEMISTRY/XANTHAN/CELLULOSE/CELLULOSE ACETATE/ Fu~LLJLAN/LEVAN/PROTEOGLYCAN/HYALURUNIC ACID/HEPARIN/CARRAGEENANS/ DEXTRAN/AMYLOSE/STARCH--ANALYSIS(affinity chromatography)/ QD 321 Am 1981 VA C S S Y M P O S i U M ' S E R 1 E S i5O olution Properties of .olysaccharides AMRRICAN CN[MICAI fOCilTf WASNINGTON.O.C. 1 1981 David A. Brant, EDIToS University of California Based on a symposium sponsored by the Division of Carbohydrate Chemistry at the 179th Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Houston, Texas, March 24-27, 1980.
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i I .s...r.._ ~..i. i.s. ~-....:,-..w~~....- . ....:~ac.. ~ III ~ Le8 ~ (1969) 50333 7503 , -,Q, j 1- ----- - ~avnggi; a. A: Zfi:: COLGRItiEIL'.1C D::'lEi:as2+6iZGT1 OF LOW C.i'}2tCY"N'a'?c.:aI4'_IS OF C_A„ 0Y :'A:dJ:tiZDi, by D. Q. Le:rgF;i s'.cd M. 'IleldsCain IA. Iqd. Hyg. Aosoc. Jcux. 25 (No. 1) 65-66 (1964)
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I 50333 7501 TAtlAi,l4Ayc ' -w. CHEMICAL FNGYNEERIM OCNSIDFRMZONS aF FACA-O MWa aI5IGN. 3teprint tfioati: aheruisiq in oqtAdA &W, A 39%) 0
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50333 7505 i ' '°n;OtI)E F':cC,1 Cook, L. C. Tt1E COMPOSITION OF :CICGARETTE SMOKE. VIII. a- ANA /3-LEVANTEP:OLI BE FROM TL'FKISH TOBACCO S,%10KE, by L. C. Cook and A. Rodgman. Reprint frow: Tobacco (U.- S.) 154 (No. 9) 20-21 in: Tobacco Sci. 6, 32-33 (March 2, 1962) no-
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50333 7513 x Sc 3 ~-:-UNDERGGINGL:OPEN-HEART-~3~RC~RY~~~.~,~.~y[~ ~ ~EXTRACORPOxEAL"CI Werle; Eugen LEVELS OF 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING OPEN-HEART SURGERY WITH THE AID OF EXTRACORPOREAL CIRCULATION by Eugen Werle, Helmut Schievelbein, and F. Sebening (Univ. Munich, Chirurgische Klinik, Klinisch-Chemisches Inst., Munich, Germany) Varley-Gowenlock (ed.) "The Clinical Chemistry of Monoamines, " P. 165 1963 Elsevier Amsterdam 1 ~ 0 3 n Q n o 2 1 2 22 `_"N
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50333 7518 RJR CLASS NO. PAMA'iILET 75 X Le Heckel, R. V. ; 1dap,ner, 1d. K. (Univ. South Carolina, Columbia, S. C., 11. S.) SMOKING HABITS OF SMOKING t:ESEARCHI:P.S :MISSIO,~ARIES OR 11YPOCRITI:S? Psycholosical Reports 35, 1085-86 (1974) (in English) a1475, No. 7, jq 2433* *d* Tobacco analysis (medicine): A3nOnc~2 1 22- 7
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I i 50333 7510 • J ;,Level maasurement, v.l:,, .w...,., . :1 Jones, Ernest Beachcroft. Instrument technology. London, I3utterwortlis Scientific Publications, 1953- /v. illus., dtagrs. 2f3 cm. BIblIography : v.1, p. 302-40G. CoNTMrs.-v. 1. 1teasurement of pressure, level, flow and tempera- ture. 1. E neIneertng Instruments. z. Title. Michigan. Univ. Libr.k for Library of Cungrc•s ~~ t~ Q t1 ~ 2 i 2 .'i 9 12, A aAs; 2
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I TL'E P:?v:°ERTZES A.M TEST?teP-, OF PLAS':'."tiCa MIMI 'rz.; by .1. E. Lt:vaz snd 3. F.tiya 197 gcg~a aem'_c.a °:xt>7ishirg Co: Ner York d. ~ ~ .. _ . . S.. 50333 7507 0 ~ , 1. ,'*X
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X4 ` 50333 7509 1 I i Jour. Exp. ~ 80 II Ey-81 S.P. Psychol. 36 355-65 (1946) ,LEVEI;`.,OF::AIThONOMIG;:ACTTVITY.:~A>1TI' i~ %&JMECTR.OF,.N(MP_HAX0GRAM~'~ EY CMFSTER W. DARROW AND JULIAN PATFARAN Iwriitrti Jo. Jwmilr 1eu..cL AND GISELA BRONENBERG TL Uwi.niiay of IQi+wiu Co!less of Ilsdiriu. Arp.rewt.t of Pryrlistry a At Illi+au Nttisop*r4i.air Ia*Miir ~;,.~.. i / ~ ~ The level of autonomic activity as well as the magnitude of re- sponse to stimulation must be taken into consideration in evaluating autonomic effects on the electroencephalogram. Reaction to stimu- lation involving an altered 'level of excitation' has repeatedly been studied both as 'blocking effect' on the EEG (:, 4, S, 6, 58, 59, 84. 85) and as blocking with concomitant autonomic reactions (6, 23, 28, 36, 39, 48, 63, 64), such as changes in heart rate (HR) or as the galvanic skin response (GSR). Identity of blocking conditions (z, 5) for the EEG with the `intention,' 'attention,' 'alertness,' and apprehension which are recognized (ig, 84, 85) as precipitating conditions for the GSR has been noted by Jasper (S3). When protracted into a chronic stAte jhesj!co#dithns have been identifif-rl nRvrhnlnvirallv and osv- ,
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I I 50333 7520 _._....._.... _....,~.- -- - -- -•....,..~ ; A ~ T Lcvens~Atexander .Sander, iJOf}- i 353 Graphics in engineering and science. N-ew York, Wiley L 11954, Qltf p. illns, 25 cm. 1 Graphic methods. 2. Englneering. L Tltle. j QA90.IA57 510.54 54-5416 Library of Qongres;s 0 12(h no 2 t 2z9
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I 50333 7519 SlDKIN6 HABITS--[ELINQUISHING/TOBACCa-SRORING--PSYCHOLOGr/ 81 X Fi Reinforoemeat and Struetaral SuPPort of Maintained Risk Rduetione s. a. risNer, Jr. Washington University in-St. Louis M. R. lo.e Yashington Univcrsity in St. Louis Stanford Herrt Disease Preventimi Troiras Stanford University Mediea] Center and A. Ncwoan Washington University in St. Louis Presentcd at the 12th Eanff Conference on Eehavior Modification: Adho-rcnc Ceneralization, and Maintenanee in behavioral Medicine. Eanff, Cana?c ~ ~.1 228 43~~n.0 March 17-20, 1960 I
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I I , ..:....._. ~._..__ - -.._.<..1.......: _... ...... ~._.... -- ...._ _. ~ fr1 n'1 O .4 RJ ; CLASS NO. PA~t:'RLLT 72 VI Ka Karo, T. ; Tanetcura, : i. ;Kanno, S. ; Suzuki, T. ; I;it :hara, Y. ('£o'.:ol:u UrLiv. , Fac. Sci. , Dep. Chem. , Sendai, Jan. ) CYCLIZATION OF PJLYLNF.S. Vl. BIACE`;hTIC--:Yi.'T Sl'.dTiIESIS OF ~ '~.'Vpsi7L."~f:~F}i;~ --1SL':, ;'£ED Ft:O?i 'TUc tISa--:TQj:,tCCO_! ~i o r~1 0 I B~.uor~;. CneM. 1 (:.o. i-2) ~1i-.>.. (19ii) (in English) *}:eywords:* 1evi:r.teaol;.dc.s, cur_d, coiist9.tL:eni:. 0~3 0 4 t1 4~2 f 2. ! 5 4 i (
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I ~ 50333 7511 ~~/ ~~ - ', S^,Sf~ • ~ ~n r0o:! AM) 0;= THt= U1:11-L-D ll:~i rJ'r:S DES h,l,Tinr1.^: ut•lI=S POUR Utiu; ;i:r:•cA•i IOil ET L'nGi,ICUL i u:;L• ORGA:aZAC1ON DE LAS f:F.Cf'Jt•+ES l!;•:IDaS PARI; Ln P+GfI1CULTUR.^. 1' LA l+LlMCI1•1•hC10N Xtom Y cf the Provieioaal Lgmanda cc?; To 73J7' September 1973 ., . C0;•:I•iI i`!'F.r^. O;J CO l-70]ITY Pr'03T-IiM-' AD iiOG C01r'.~`7i r'ii i COii:JI::'Ai Ir'' Oil ~iJF~t CCO ' . -'• • . • ie 1.;.' . . . . . . • .. . . _ . . _. ~ . _ . -.• ~. .. . . . , • . _ . . , ItATZOIJAL l1ID II;ZZIh1'IO;;AI.ftJL M 0:: P} R,i7SSIBLE L~''l+ ?~ • "°` ' ~ " g"` ~ -F'i2C•,r.Ci Iti~~S OF ''i~-OvBfACC~~C'i Qr^ l2T:SII^1c:~ FRO'd PLa1Ir i (~'(~(/~• . AP,~ ' . . . t . 1/.17 . . . ' . . .. - . . . . ~ '• 0 3 0 0 t1 0~. 2 :,) 0 .
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i I k& ` 4 . 76 X Le -SMOKING HABITS--RELINOIJISHIN(;/ - , 1 TOBACCO--SPtOKING--PSYCIIOLOGY/ 50333 7516 . . RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 76 X Le . Sunimary-Aftcr dctcrmining whcther or not individuals smokcd in response to anxicty, rapid I smoking, systematic dcscnsitiiation and relaxation trcatments wcre administcred to anxious I and nonanxious smokcrs. At the cn~1 of t:catmcnt all ticatmcnts werc cficctive with rapid smoking slightly superior. The erpcricnccd therapist obtained bcttcr results, but at follow-up both trcatmcnt and thcrapistrxl+cricncc d7ccts had larqcly dissipated. ,. ~ SMOKING CESSATION: LONG-TERM IRRELEVANCE OF MODE OF TRl?ATTENT. rJour. Behav. Ther. Exp. Psychiat. 7, 93-95 (1976) (In English) ' '."(Univ. So t . uth Carolina, Columbia, S. C. U. , S.) s f
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I i , •.,'N%.x III Me,_74 S.P. TOXICITY OF TNE THERMAL DECOMPOSITION • PRODUCTS OF SYITFiETIC LUBRICATING OILS Paper given at the me.ting of.the American Industrial Hygiene Conference, Miami, Florida, May 1974. ' Morris V. Shelansld, Nt. D. , C: M. * Theodore Levensoa;-4 Ph. D. * Robert A. Scala, Ph.D. ** 151 East Tenth Avenue *Food and Drug Research Laboratories, Inc. Conshohocken, Pennsylwasua 19428 - . ~ . •. . . _ .s-~-.•~--.......~,7
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isJ°"eor°v~~i.i9.°nrc°~:.s`-sin" 50333 7521 ~ • y ---~- ' Alcohol and Stress Re~ponse Dampening: . 80 II Ey-80 Pharmacological Effects, Expectancy, S.P. and Tension Reduction ~x-~'U AKenneth J. Sher, Linda M. Grossman, Joseph Newman, rl.. W~' .~: and David B. Newlin Indiana University Alcohol consumption and alcohol expectation were separately evaluated in terms of effects on psychophysiological levels prior to stress and reduction of the magnitude of response to stress. Ninety-six male, experienced drinkers were assigned to eight conditions in a between-subjects design in which bever- age consumed (alcohol or tonic), beverage expected (alcohol or tonic), and stressor (self-disclosing speech or threat of shock) were manipulated. Dosage for subjects receiving alcohol was I g ethanol/kg body weight. Results indicated strong effects of alcohol consumption on prestress levels, consisting of ac- celerated heart rate (HR), lower HR variability, higher skin conductance.longer pulse transmission time (PTT), higher "cheerfulness" and lower "anxiety" (ANX). This pattern of effects is related to previous unsuccessful attempts to specify a simple relationship between alcohol consumption and "tension." In addition, alcohol consumption significantly reduced the magnitude of the HR, PTT, and ANX responses of subjects to the stressors. No effects attributable to alcohol expectation were found. These results are integrated with the existing literature -concerned with pharmacological and cognitive effects of alcohol as they pertain to stress, psychophysiological responses to stress, and "tension reduction." nc~z,V1 z-3 ~, - .<,_ ,. t I ~ ~ ~ . .
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i 50333 7514 ---,-- . - -.. - • ' .74 X Ba- . 2 NICOTINE-=METAB,dLISM-- TOBACCO kTV - SrfOKIPIG -V l ~ ry RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 X Ba2 Baptista Prado, A.; Carvalho, D. D.;,Candido Silba, A.;.Fernando, L.; ao a , - - . }rLEVr:LS,{3gA-NICOTIIdEk-TN-URIN~^ FROa SMOKERS.'4 *(Identificacao e dosagem espectrofotometrica de nicotina em urina de fumantes.)* Rev. Brasil. Med. 31 (No. 9) 607-10 (1974) (in w1th English S P u1o Brazil) Gniaaaraes, L.; Alves Cardoso, M. A. ; (Faculdade Farm. Odontol. Ribeirao Preto, 'Disciplina, Ribeirao, Preto, .,~ :~.~-.... - . _. - , . -. _. . _ . .-.....: HI1LL4.V BODY/• URINE--ANALYSIS/ a,:
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F I 50333 7524 Type A Assessment and Interaction _~i in the Behavior Pattern Interview ` 80 II Ey-81 S. P. LARRY ScxExwlTZ, PHD, KENT BERTON, BS, AND HOIAIARI~~>rYI'NTl:iA1~; PHD .wcs~::.n.. Speech characteristics of both an interviewer and respondents were scored from recorded interviews that were conducted to assess Type A behavior. A stepwise regression analysis indicated that the expressive speech characteristics were the best discriminators of behavior typing by the interview. A similar analysis employing the )enkins Activity Survey as the criterion for typing showed that only the content of the respondents' answers predicted typing. The Activity Survey and the interview assessment appeared to classify individuals on independent aspects of Type A behavior. Correlations of the interviewer's speech characteristics with the respondents' feeling reports and speech characteristics show stronger associations among these variables for Type A than for Type B subjects. The analysis of speech characteristics is discussed as a method of refining the assessment of behavior type and of identifying the psychological predictors of coronary heart disease. Q 3 0 A i1 0 2 1 2 3 3
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i I a* ` 0 ' Faced with the threat of death and1 _ ~ disease the number of those who :t have quit is relatively y small o3nt~nn'2 1 23q . 50333 7525 TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISIIING/ 78 X• Le. ~. ~. . . . . • . RJR CLASS NO., PAMPHLET 78 X Le ,• Cleary, P.'D.. , (Univ. Wi., Madison, Wi., U. S.) . ' WHY HAVEN'T MORE PEOPLE QUIT SMOKING? The Sciences 17 (No. 7) 12-15,.•18 (Nov. 1977) (in English) .
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I i 50333 7527; 1sv.hthnl~ HMard I A FY;:iD E:PE RMYI4. M CF FI?A?i AR.OUSAL 4TiTiI DATA ON THE VALIDITl OF QiTESTICPii`:AI?:F. M"EASi3RES. By Howard Leventhal and Patricia Niles. Jour. Personality 32 459-79 (Sept. I964-; ~- .......1M• c rr!1i
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50333 7526 - T(1BACC(1--SMOY,INC--P SYC1i0LOCY/S'~SOKI?`IG HI1BI'PS--RELIKOUISIIINC7 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHI.ET 77 X Le6 77 X •Le ,,. ...: . . etitCleary, P. D. (Univ. Wis.,r'°:adisor,, 1Jis. , U. S. ) 1.'HT HAVEIZ'T 1-iORE PEOPLE QUIT SMOI:ING? The Sciences 17 (No. 7) 12-15, 18 (Nov. 1977) (in English) t we necd tu do no~`v is~dcvclop ways to prcvent'• no evidence to suggest that this rcduction will bel : young people from smoking, (ind ways to climinate ~ permanent. As long as smoking is attractive for so-;nicotine dependcncy, and crcate :r sate suhstitute for cial and emotional reasons and wc hr:e no subs smokinl;-a safe cibarettei tute to ofTer, we have little re:r.on to be optimistic ~ ~ Anti-smol:inb prugrams eonductcd in schools b (i i a out prevent on c _orts. ~ subbrst that rccruiu»rnt to smoking might be rc• i duccd by as much ts ten percent, alrhoubh we haee ~ ; . - -----~--- -' \ _ft-0-2 -1-2.-:,3--5 __.--_._.. .
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i I 50333 7508 11ody \.Llgitt aomCl :(11?Smenl~?lflffi wt'r('. (tCCJ:)1(Sa.~Ct tt) :;.:Irf.li. 1'.\f:cr- •~ ' ~ - r !>Sev ~ ~hta r9s . ~~ The Agc-19crendcnt Rc.ronse of Scrum Tritglycerides to Dictary I`')vctosc~ `~ (36113) 1f. 4;J. I-I. ~\•n.f~:r, nyu ~1u,~F,~iLT.~j,;.t Laboratory of :1'rth:tie~uul Riueiee'eieistry, Drpurtn:cnt of anineat Science, Uni.,ersi:y oJ /lliuoi.e at Urbaeta-Ckwupaigu, Frbana, llliuois 61801 Although numerous studies have indicated weight: 1R~/o casein, 0.3%L-cN•stine. 2.0'.; that substitution of sucrose or fructose for solka-floc, 4.0(1o' mineral salt,' 0.4(,'.'c vit:f;»in glucose in the diet produces an elevation in fnix,' 0.2;'o choline chloriclc, 5.0;'o corn oil, circulatin- tri,h-cerides in the rat (1-9), the :tnd 70.1%r- carbohydrate. 'I'he carhohydf:)te U~ rl 0 n 6 2 1- 2 1 7
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. _..r.__._.._.r_.._~_ .._._.. ..~_.._.___ TP 50333 7529 986 PDDLNC .C. 10 ...' ~%-X'` c javw, A.: $. ~:~ : .. ailB PFOPEFIIL'S t.btD TESTING OF PLASTICS by A. E. Lever and 3. A. Rhys en• I958,~<<~~.. 445 Pages ChY:.dcsl L-,ibber Co. Press Ctevelsnd Le -.....- .._...._.,_T_._,_.. _ , I 4 3 t~ 0 t~ 0 2! 23 8 . -,
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i I - 50333 7515 .._.._ VFIFeb73 S.F. . TtIBArCC)--I'ESTI.^,; i7ES--RT'SID(1L'•S/ I;.TR U.:SS a0. PE:~i.^i:TJ;T VI: £eG..7? : .P. (Ferbz-.nd Ci-.pare,a^ni:%d. Wissensch. I'r.rsrh., Iiei:,burg, Ger.) 4:eber, k.-F s:nt.r:r-:,r.,ci. Cc•::,"-. :oracu7. Occup. :•ieci., 8tii, pc,wr, harnr,u3-v, Cor. (Jtily 3973) (ir Ens)i._-'t) khbstr. in: Ind. :dr.d. Surg. 4? (tio. 5) 28 {a3y 1973)* t1.97'',, *:e. 14, k' 5843* Alcm;c c!ic^istr}'(:,a-,nfrcc::e(a~r3Cli1T~lJCt): 0 3 6 t)nt',2 1 22 4
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I 50333 7534 Kerr, W. K. TH:; BF:'EC: CP Sv0KYNG CN BLA];DRR U.: , v. Bx_:tir;; Ci:fiCik, t~:T'sy W. K :. E. 1.s;;ere; S. K. C. 6;oo rnd Z. Lcad. Of Mr=d. of Toronto, Sectio:: of J.o:cf;-y. Gape;:, 3 pp., :oroato, Ccr.c6,: (MLcZ'cb tf^ :] y......~-.+..~-• i p 3 ~ t) !1 n 2 1 2 4 3
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i ::~•~-=-~------ l C Colorimetric and Uivgrometric Carbohydrate Determination with p-Hydrox benz `Wk ~A,ci~ H~yraztde Patl:ology Dcpan:mcnt, Crc•cnlane 1lospital, Auckland 3, Neio Zealand Rccci.•ed April 13, 1972 . , - . 274-281 (1973) ... i Prc~cet uIocitE>,acer arr:mciNe 7 Aromatic acid hydrazidcs :utd-reduciug carbohydratcs react in alkaline solution to give products suitablc for the culorinu:tric and fluorometric assay of reducing suoars (1). Optimum results arc obtained with p-hy w..v..I.w........ ......1 1,...1........1.. /i)Afl»11I% A . .-.......- ......_~.1.. . ~ _ o~ n n n a 2 1 z:S 9 ; I _....~~ .
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I 50333 7517 "' OISSERTATIONS--UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA/TOBACCO--SMOKING-PSYCHOLOGY/ WMOKING IIABITS--RELINQUISHING/ 3*VERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA--DISSERTATIONS see• 75-16.485 ~EYEXSER6~:Ste~i{~gstone~ 1945- SMfDKING CESSATION: RESPOtISE TO EXPERIlWALLY INDUCED ANXIETY, 600STER TREATMENTS, THERAPISTS, AND BEHAYIORAL TREATF:ENTS. University of South Carolina, Ph.D., 1974 Psychology. clinical Xerox University Microfilms, ~Arb«.M,c*w.n 43106 ,..,* .
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i ~.. 50333 7531 : ---. . p~a . . Laboratory methods . ~ I A eomparison of 4-hydroxybe~nzoic i d hydrazide (PAHBAH) with other reagents for the 0%0*- determination of glucose .~~ ~l1f.^Z~'ER; tJ. C. POWELL, lf. KILLIP,• and C. W. SMALL eSueL-land, Ncw Zea tand Over 200 serum specimens were assayed for giucose by glucose oxidose, o•toluidine, i AutoAnolyzer ferricyanide, and automated and semi-automated PAHBAH , procedures. The effects of drugs which may be present in large amounts, and .3ofOntic6lg_uGhts ad 4er !~bsQce4hi4j may be added to blood samples. ~
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50333 7533 ~ 1 Leverington; A. B, LXTi~::Z"l".: " 'LL Pli~"PLa 3'J?:CS PLA,.N.T r-;,.:tUl~',.%TI~,"~ FSAVM Fu:.CUlESYs by A. E. I+C.`VCringf'.4.1 Ltnd H. C. Mob'3an. Pho-Lua'G.zt from: Qucz.ngland Jouro kr. ScieacQ 21 (::o. 1) 33•46 (l;64)
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i ,- 50333 7572 METALS/PESTICIDES/ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION/BIOLOGICAL DATA/ III Me9-80 S.P. TECHNICAL REPORT DATA `_' /Ptease nrad Instnrct+ons cn the rnene betbre con,oletinrl I1. RE?ORT NO. EPA-600/1-80-002 2. 3. RE--:P}E!vT'.S..CCESa.G\ NG. Q~.~' Pr1 ~ n~ t ~~-- ~y - 4. 7iTL'c AND SLiBT)Tlc ..~. - •~Z 5. REPORT GATE Levels of Chemical Contaminant s._ia Nonoccupationally '- Mav 1980 ' s.PE Chem_cal Contaminants Exposea tr: S :: : Residents ., _ . ~ Tox{c Substances 7. Av T hOR(S) S.Pe ) Human-3ody Burdens _ James W. Holleman and Anna S. Hammons Tissue Burdens *iulti-Route Pol-utants 9. ?EnFORMING GtiGANI'u1T)ON NAME AND A DDRESS 10.P _ Toxicology In_`o^..aticn Center Complex, Information Division 1HE775 11 tONTAAC~GR: :.T ~O Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 ' . . . EPA-78-D :XC205 1:. SPONSORi'rG AGENCY NAME ANO AODRESS 13. TYPE OF Rc?OR'. ANO PER= COVERE Health Effects Research Laboratory Final _ Office of Research and Development 14. SPONSORiNG :.vcNCY CCDE t.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA/11 Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 This report is a compilation of information on chemical contaminants resulting from environmental pollution and found in nonoccupationally exposed C.S. residents. ' Listed in tabular form for each of approximately 100 eleaents or coaaounds are: the tiue~h~'o~offld ~s ~oui~d i2; ~e range and mean or median of concentra- t.on; t e numbe- of cases; t'he analytical methods used for detection, identifica- I
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I 50333 7536 Vol. 81, No~44J1978 (April 28,1978 ~ 1LK MeC7-78 S.P. BtOCHEIAfCAL ANO BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COfAMUNICATIONS SACCHARIN ItL~ BITS GUAt1YLATE CYCLASE ACTIVITI, POSSI6L.E RELATIONSHIP TO CARCINOGENESIS David L. Vesely and 6 m_d=u" v3 • Department of Medicine University of Miami School of Medicine -Hiaa+i, Florida 33152 Received March 17, 1978 SUM24A,4Y Ya>xes 138/r1389 Saccharin (2,3-dihydro-3-oxobenzisosulfonazole) decreased the activity of rat guanylate cyclase (E.C. 4.6.1.2) 60 to 75 percent in urinary bladder. Inhibition was also seen in kidney, liver, sto-mach, and lung. Since a number of mutagenic chemical carcinogens decrease guanylate cyclase activity, this eiFect of saccharin may account for its mutagenicity. INTRODUCTION R During the past few years there has been a growing controversy over whether the artificial sweetener saccharin has the potential to induce tumors ~ 3~rAn An. ()Thez ale rojortj siSting that saccharin does (1-3) and does not (4-5)
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50333 7541 DISEASES--CAUSES AND THF.ORIES OF CAUSATION/PHYSIOLOGICAL CIIFKSTRY/ _BEHAVIORAL / SCIENCE/ TOBACCO--PIiAR*tACOL(1CY/ ; BF rlNTERNATIONAL SL•'RIESI OF AfONOGRAPIfS IN 698 Ey EXPERIMENTAL;1'SYCIIOLOGY 1972 GENFRAL EDITOR: 11. ). EYSENCK ..n LABORATORY AND REAL-LIFE STUDIES ON SYMPATHO-ADRENOMEDULLARY AND RELATED REACTIONS VOLUME 17 vSti•ess and Distress in Response to Psychosocial Stimuli Ediled hy LENNARTAEVV, .I~M (Karolinskar~In~stitute, Stockholm) . PERGAMON PRESS OXFORD • NEW YORK • TORONTO SYDNEY • BRAUNSCHWEIG 0 3 nh 1 zs0 .
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.- 50333 7537 , Re~r AG 1975 ENCYCLOPEDIA Edited by WI LLIAM H. HARRIS and 146MT-146 @. tE- V EX¢ COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS NEW YORK and LONDON 1975 Distributed by J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY' ~ {. THE NEW COLUMB_IA . . . i : > 0 3 0 0 n 0 2 1 2 4 6 . I
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50333 7523 TOBACCO--S,NtOKIN(:--P SYCHOLO(,Y / 77 X Le." RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 77 X Le _ Leventhal~.; Avis, N. ; (Univ. Wis., Madison, Wis., U. S.) ' . MD I-TABIT FACOTRS IN VERBAL REPORT OR FACTORS PLEASURE ADDICTION A - IN SMOKING BEHAVIOR. Jour. Abnormal Psychol. 85 (No. 5)_478-488 (1976) (in English) . ' Three inratiF.llinns are reported that test the validity or the Tnmkins Reasons Qucstionnaire and sucerst that individual diRerences in reauros , for Smokin ~ nrlant in dc'vlsalthrrapies fur smukine rcduclion be im mnkirl ma i for . p ¢ y s ets whn xorcd hi h aud b,w of ki r uLj d lh t i l 1 ~ F g e smo ng cs c comparc a s mcu sf,er ~ on the Pkrure-Taste xale for adultcrated and nnnadultrrated cigarcttes; Es. ' periment 1 compared the rates of hieh-•and luw-scoring .mnkers on thc Addict x rimrnt 3 a m ared kriods lion o onct rivation }a llo • d h' k f + p f cp f ; w tn9 rpr a u r n xa lbe eQed% rd increasing sclf-monitorin>; nn smoking in Plrasurr-Taste and Itahil r amnl:.n_ A.L,lrrnGnn of laale orndurcd rrratrr amokin¢ reductions for hiih Pleasurc-Ta<tr smokers than for low Plc:rsurc-Tastc smnkcrs, and incrcascd self-awareneas produced greater smnking reductions for fiahit than for Pkasurc-Ta>lr smokers. Ikprivation resulted in stronger reports of distress in k t addictcd smr.kers but had no noticcablc cffccts on smokins; rates. In addiGon, ;; dala are rcfwlrted on the eQects of sclf-monitnring on sclf-f>crceptinn and rrasons for smokine (RFS) test scores. Thcre arc.sng;caions that thc.sclf-knmvledgc rc- ~ k + s•eakd by RF3 scale scores is more accurate for factors do.scly linkcd to ra- ternal cues and less accurate for reports of internally defincd states. . 1 .. 0 3 Q 0 n~ 0 2 L 23 , T 7
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i TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY / 50333 7543 J 01SIOCIETY,vSTRESS, AND DISEASE. ~ I49 ~ VOL UME 1 ~Le 1971 i'I'HE PSYCHOSOCIAL ENVIRONMENT .- i ~ AND rPSYCHOSOMATIC DISEASES . Proceedings of itternational Interdisciplinay Symposium held in Stockholm, April r97o nis Symposium was sponsorcd jointly by THEvLTNIVERSITY OF, UPPSALA , Edited by IrEM,FA'RT-LEVk, M.D. Director, Laboratory for Clinical Stress Researc Karolinska Institute, Stockholrrt P R E S S New York, Toronto Ig7l and TIVE~~VGM1W8FAL2HIORG%N2ZATIO 11
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i :Advan. Inorfi. Chem. Radiochem. 7, 27- 114(1965) ; 78 III Le1 THE PH7HAlOCYANlNES 50333 7528 Oopo.imenl of Chaelstry, focvUy of Tochnology, University of Monchester. Monchoslor, Enplond l.Intruduction . . . . . . . . . 28 lI. Methods of Preparation and Molecular Structure . . . . . . 28 A General . . . . . . . . . . . 28 . . , B. Alctluxls of Prepnration . . . . . . . . . . . 30 S • C. Structure of Alctal 1'hthalocyanincs . . . . ' . . . . 32 D. 1'olymorphic Furms . . . . . . . . 36 • • ~ III. Phthalocyaninc Cumplcxcs of the Non-Transition Ilcmcnts . . . . 37 • A. Group IA Phthalocyanincs . . . . . . . . . . 37 ~ B. Group II Phthslocyanincs . . . . . . . . . . 39 G. Group 11111 I'hthalocyanincs . . . . . . . . . 41 D. Group IVI31'hthllocylnincs . . . . . . . . . . 43 ~ T.. Group V13 Phthalocynnincs . . . . . . . . . S0 IV. I'hthalocyanine Complexes of the Trnnsitiot: Elcmenta . . . . . 50 A. Group IVA Pht.lillocyanincs . . . . . . . . . . 50 B. Group VA PLthalocyanincs . . . . . . . . . . 51 .r.. ~n.~. i _.._.:. . +._ . bt . Q3n 0 ~t32 1 23 7
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I 50333 7547 #__.T~ ._~_.r..._. .. ..~. .. ~._.__. ~.....___. ~ 370 i or t C'' '1'he meat h`sindbook. 2d ed. ~ Co., 113G7t ~ Re f. viit, 3=6 p. tltus., cot. ptate, mntp. ~ TP Includes biblin;rnphiea. ~ 370 Le ~ r.N Westport. Conn., Avi Pub. 24 cm 1. Meat. 2. Meat industry and trade. i. Title. '1'S193;,.L42 1067 ( ~-''; GG4'.J~3 Library of Cou.re.-s 0 3 0 0 n n 2 1 2 5 6 G7-ir,;;1C r i k ~
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Jr 50333 7540 - TOBACCO--S`TOKING--PttYSIOLOGY & PSYCIIOLOGY /CIGARETTES--NIGOTIt'E--CONTENT/ SMOKING AND HEALTH/TOBACCO--S*{OKING--HEALTH EFFECT/STRESS/. r 80 X Ek :--RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 X Ek Zmblad, J. i Ek, S.; Froberg, J.; Kagan,'A.; Karlsson; C. G.; Levi" Z.:; Pa : (Karolinska 1;nap.44e, Stockholm, Swed.) : CIGARETTE SMOKING, NICOTINE CONTENT, COGNITIVE FACTORS ANDV?fSYCHOSOCIAh STRESSORSi AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS IN SIMOKE: NON-SMOKERS AND ABSTAINERS. NTIS, Report, No. 61, 28 p.. (Aug. 1977) (in English) • -. • :T: ~~: ' +n~'cotine on physiological and psychol~ogical variables under conditions~: l ~_,~_..._ 1 7he present sudy ~as caried out to test`hypothe'se` of thq effect of_ :.•.1 y that could be relevant to real life. It aimed to measure simultaneous several variables believed to be (a) interrelated, (b) influenced not only ,by nicotine but also by psychosocial factors, and (c) to be of pctentially ~.aathogenic significance.1 .;" , 0 3n0, 'n0 2 1 2 .49 0
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TOBACCO--SMOKYNG--PSYCHOLOGY/ STRESS/ REPORTS FROM 50333 7542 THE tABORATORY FO•". CLIl:XCAL STRESS RESEARCH V*RROLINS!0. -INSTITUTE " . STOCKHOU'1 79]ILe QUALiTY OF ThE V.bRKin~G Er,Vi ~~:MFNi : PROTECT?:Cj L,'.0 • PR4MOTT0'.' OF CCilPATTGNAL ~- NEWTAu tiEALTH ~ PB 289667 Ha. 88 ~Y. ~l.ea~or.t ~lerv$ • September 1978 • ~RttR00uCto 8r NATIO:.AL TECtiNICAI , lNEOF~MTiON Sf RVtCE ~ Y.S• Ctv.Cifilfnr aF CcMVu:CE 5,YjAGfIIID•VA• 21151 ~ 11 Ui l•i i.i .ar 0 , t
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i 50333 7544 , OMl1TIC/ ~/ PSYCAOSOMATIC MWICINE/MEDICINE, .PSYCROS SOCIETY,~STRL•,S"~,AND DISEASE RC 49 Le 1978 VOLU1llE 3 THE PRODUCfIVE AND REPRODUCTIVE AGE- ~~ MALE/FEMALL- ROLES AND RELATIONSHIPS L• dited by-LENAIART.,LEVj, es.D. Director, 1aborotory for Clirtical Stress Researdi, Karolinska 11,stitute. Stockhobn The symposium on whicli this volulne is based was sponsored jointly by. THMCJNIVERSITY OF UPPSALA anc. . THEIV.ORLD IiEALTH ORGANIZATION , Oxford OXFORD UNIVERSITY I'RESS Ncw YorJc, Toronto 1978 Q~0 0 (1- 0 2'1 2S3 11 I
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, I 50333 7539 I . w~ EFFE(.T OF ACUTE CYANIDE INTOXICATION ON THE ACTIVE TRANSPORT OF AMINO ACIDS IN BRAIN SLICES* 77 X Re2-7f3 , ' S • P • CWXYWand L. AMADUCCI Department of Neurology and Psychiatry, University of Florence, Italy . (Rteeloed 6 November 1967) 0 , 3miN of liewodeaiMq.19". ro1.17. pp. 439 to 469. Mpnm Fns.. MiNed t. tronAeen Udwd • Abstract-(1) Acute hypoxia was produced in adult rats by ryanidc inhalation and the effect on the active transport of amino acids was studied in brain slices. (2) Initial and steady, state accumulation of amino acids and rates of amino acid exit were identical in brain shccs from control and trcatcd animals when a glucose-containing inaibation medium was used. (3) When the incubation was carried out in a glucose-free incubation medium, the inhibition of initial and steady-state accumulation and the stimulation of amino acid exit observed in control slices were significantly reduced or abolished in slices from treated aaimals. (4) Tissue swelling, size of 'inulin space and glucose consumption did not differ in the two groups of animals. (5) Also the respiration rate was identical in slices from control and treated animals •jntubated in the presence of glucose. In the absence of added substrate, brain slices from treated animals consumed 15-20 per cent more oxygen than control slices. (6) A possible correlation between the effects observed on amino acid transport and on respiration is suggested. The reasons why cyanide given in vivo or added in vitro have different efTects on amino acid transport in brain slices arc discussed. 0.300 t10 2 1 248 ...
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I andarcl. Tbe use of the solution gas chromato- Ilc thc quantitation of oc way not previously ;lcrivative with an iso- rc' scanning on a low 've results in the micro- icd for glutarate varies slight interference by m of the uiinany acids ed, but morc attention Q- EIOCHE?r1CAL ?rEDICI.~iE 6, 5•33Z-547 (1972) 7,TI~i Po _.--~... 50333 7532 A New Automated Procedure for the Colorimetric t~aa Determination of Glucose • %" Xw, J. C. POWELL Aw jjjLEVER# . Pathology Dcpartmet+t, Crcenlarte Nospitol, Auckland, New Zealand Itecei.rod March 3, 1972 The current most popular automated mcthod for the estimation of glucose by continuous flow systems (such as the Basic AutoAnalyier' ) is based on the reduction of ferricyanide, adapted from the method of IloQman (1). The procedure used in thc Basic AutoAnalyzer measures all dialyzilblc.reducing substances, is nonlin.?ar with concentration and 0 3 0 ~ t1 Q 2 1 2 4 1 I
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i I .... _. ,.. . ... . .. , ; .... . ; . ~r;c, "z"Ah" . A&. - I ( J 1-7y lffi (l1 •a) . . '7 f4 r/ TENT4T1dE METHOD OF AWAir.Y5iS FOR ACROLEiN COWITEE.T OF THE ATtAOSPE•iUB, ~ R. J. BItYa. \I. Puysrtcc . . , . . _ . 43505-01-70Y F. A. atuua .. Sr rrnF a K. G Wnrrt . . p.. : 1. Principle of Method 5. Apparatus 1.1 The reaction of acrolein with 4- - KI .,t.« -.ta.,,ta,•rI '-~Iezy]rtsorcinol in an ethyl alcohol- • midGet impingers h-it hith fritted Fla.ss in- irichloroaci:tic acid solvent medium in las are acceptable. The frittcui end :: the presence of mercuric chloride results should have a porosity approximateh a blue colored product with strong equal to that of Corning EC (1-40-220 )A , absorpticn maximum at 605 nm (1,2). maximum pore dia;neterj. A train of "a z~ Z bubLlers is needed (3). na® a~ S~si',~'itV, . i
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i k; 50333 7548 - 80 II Ey-81 S.P. Psychqsomatic Med. 39(6) -431~1 977) Life Event Questionnaires 41i- for Measuring Presumptive Stress for fom. The implications fouad The impliutions for t Ip_[Lp_2 1 2 5 7 ~n r%e' ~/ ~ MARnI xbRO%%Trz. MD. GATHEF.I\E $CHAEFER. BA. Dox.a:M HIRaro. PfiD. NANCI' W1L\'ER. BA. AND O:+(RW 15I1' ,.~,•. .. _ ~ . .~- Cumulative stress from the impact of life events has become an important variable in psychosomatic and psychological research. This article pro.ides both short and long life events questionnaires that add to incidence information the remoteness or recency in time of a given experience. In the weight assignment system that leads to a single presumptive stress score. events remote in time ha~•e less influence than recent events. The reliabilit}• of weight assignment was checked in subject groups that differed by sex. age. and status. Women weighted life events as more stressful than did men: other differences in groups were less important. In spite of th~, sex differential. review of these data suggests use of the same weight assignments for all subgroups rather.than differential weighting b~• sex and age. Reliability was also checked by test and retest / methods: in contrast to common sense expectation. a disappointingly low level of reliability was ncestigative use of life events questionnaires are discussed. 0
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r I ry ` 50333 7550 . ; CANCER--EPIDEMIOLOGY/CANCER--USSR/ CANCER--U.S./CANCER--STATISTICS/ CANCER--REG IST,RAT I QN/L UNGS -- CANCER/ ; $MpKING ANQ HEALTH/ CANCER EPIDEIMOLOGY IN THE USA & USSR RC 261 Sponsomd by tfu National Cancer Institute Un National Institutea of Health 1980 and The Cancer Reaearch Center Academy of Medical Scienoea, USSR wider the ouspices of The 23 May. 1972 USA-USSR Agreement for Cooperation in the Fielda of Medical Science and Public Health American Editoe'Diw~D¢I;:~sxti~t M.D. U.S n......., Publk .Health. Service National Institutes of Health NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE. BETHESDA. MARYLAND 20205 030 0-- 110 2 1 2S9 N1 H Publiratioo No.W20i4 July I9eo
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N ,___ . _..~._._.•_...._._~_-.._.. 50333 7557 ~ ---- Micro- Levin;::P. - : ~ film Tools and methods for searching the chemical Nc. literature: A selected bibliography. 33 Nlaster thesis - Drexel Institute of Technology. 1955 V 41 Pp• O d 0 3 ~on~2 l 2 6 6 _,,~4
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I 50333 7551 Le5 Rb.wb-Vjw, ~ - ..., G? 'rZiZ I'.E7LY : iO;.Uc1ZIIL~'SC^i a ASSt+Y :,r,-e, TaZ iZ.Si'iD, QT-1n;.;iTe„it'E IiETL'{:iIO:+ Gr "iICf.U5Ie1T. C0NiA*31,'•..1~ V: ••r1^`t ()? by GiL•bw•t V. Iav1.Yri, .\...• Chi-ef7 Chen a,.d Cre.c}-cerk Dcvis 1967 73 QEgt3 U.S. Iej,t. of Cuu;:eYce S, rislCfiGld, Va 4i:arin:;huuse for FF3srn2, Scic.":as`ic and Tectinical Znfor-L=t4on . ,~-F>-...__.-_._.-.._--r.-~.rt-..,_..._...._....,...,._..,-,..,.. Q~ Q An 0 2 1 2 6 Q . .~.~,,..~......-r
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i I 50333 7554 ~ ~+ tlO01• LK756 P 275 t ~ ANDE K ~ ~ Chemosphere Vol. 10 No. 3, pp 275 - 290. 1981 ~ 00d ~t:EMCSPNERE ~ SOLID CHEMOSORBENT FOR SAMPLING SUB-PPM LEVELS 0 CROLEIN AND•,pCUTARALDEHYDE IN AIR inted 1nGrea ri ain rJ19B1 Per,~amon Press Lsa. II MeAI-81 S.P. Kurt Andersson', Christer Hallgren,nd Carl-Axel Nilsson National Board of Occupational Safety and Health Department of Occupational Health in UmeS Box 6104 S-900 06 UmeB Sweden ABSTRACT A personal air sampling•method using Amberlite XAD-2 coated with 2,4-dinitrophen~ihydrazine has been developed for acrolein and glutaraldehyde. Acrolein in the 0.01 to 1.2 mg/m range or glutaraldehyde in the 0.03 to 3.5 mg/m3 range is easily analysed in a 5 1 air sample. Recoveries n a~relhi~ghd.(80-1~X),0and_~amp1es ~abl~ atjeast for two weeks if stored in the dark until
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i i I 50333 7538 A?U~LYSIS--BI?.LIi ~ i..'1I'i:1ES j - O:CIDATION/PYP.OL~'ST • •. POLXMT;RS AND POLYMERIZATIDN DVC R ' , AI)1+1 IONj.... ;:. Y A - ;:PRS- Nl) POL'Y~£~I2:4~£if1'v" '£P!',';~*.nT:zATt7lTYST.°%l T.A.,TTC -A*IALYSIS/ ; . . PICATINNY AIZSC:NAL ___.~.. FOR PLAST::C IANUARY 1972 ,~i... .4:•. PLAS7iCS TEC!INlCI:L E~'ALUATIQN CI:NTCR ..._ 780 . l>icatinny Ars^nal, Dovcr, New lcr;ey 0 -QD - ~ULASTIC$ VTEC$NICAL; J~VALIJATInN ~,,CENTER,/,,.P.YROi,YS.~S.~._ '.. . '1972 L1•i•CRA s Ui;E SURVEY ON TIIEMAL DEGRAi)ATION, TIIERMAL OX11)ATION, AND Tlf1:Rti1AL ANALYSIS OF II1Gli POLYMERS. IV bY ELEANOR C. SCHtt/lr'iM Vle~+• ~ YvA ",Y"Ir~~"L4'1'~ 4f •wM~~ ~ _ ~...- POLYA4ER'RESEARCH IiRANC1i .. MATERIALS ENCttiEERlNC nIV1SION I i #
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III Zh1967 AM~ a 3 , , I .LeYit4`'8.' 8: -,,C, Attt. 50333 7549 Ziycrc,va, T. Ya SYIiiEiESIS 07 DEl:IV11TIVES Oa CZLI,L,-03K "D FFi: t+ ':.Si:r'YLP'r3CSFFIX.ITIC ACID, by T. Ya. ZhaYOva; M. A. Tyu3eanova, B. Z. Levin, E. A. ScnirQova, and 4, b. Roguvin hysot;mal. Socdineniya 9(2to. 3) 6y~-703 (1967) - In Russian 1 Cl, .0 n o- 2 . .,1-."IX4
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i 50333 7546 Levic4~. Y. 0. : 7i',::G:1' Gi UN'S«:c."ur7 DZa cI3SIv^:I a~"`.G:i A i;uJI2:C. D;G?, by V. G. Lcv:ch, V. S. K.ylcv and V. P. 'orctcilia I'AZ. Akr;d. Idauw SSSR 161 (No. 3) 648-651 (19b5)-- I Ia Fusaian vith EaSli3h 1l.betraGt I ~ A 2 1 2.S
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50333 7558 ! E AD 69 Le QUANTITATlVE • r ~ 1971 ~p (Z- . APPROACHES SECOND EDITION ARCPER G T_Q__~.~!iANAGElVi ENT r RICHAi2D r r CHARLES A. KIRKPATRICK, D.C.S. ~ : Graduate Sctwot of Bu:iness Administration University of North Caroi:na i A9cCR,>Y!•HILL BOOK COMPANY New York 8t. Louis San Francisco Diisseldort Johannesburg .E ~ Kuata Lumpur Lcuidan Mcxico Montreal New Delhi t Panama Rio de :aneiro Singapore Sydney Toronto 1 t : O~t~~n:n~i~fi7
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i ~ y , ~ I ~ ~ I I .. .` r 50333 7562 J Massachusetts Institute of Technolo , • qy IndusGr- i,a-1--1faiso '- P , . n roBram 76 1 Ma-78 -- 2-45-75 PR7DUL."TION OF S1A'SI,E-CELd. PFOTEIN FROM 2•OIiiRML by C. L. Coon..y, jLk%gjj.-vjr" and B. Shedecor Depa.i.-tment of i.utrition and Fcod Science , 0 3 n 0 n 4, 2 1• 2 7 1 I
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50333 7553 ~C!-esbsphsre, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp 137 - 142 0045-6535/81/020137-06002.00/0 rea n ® 1981 Ptrgamon Prtss L~. SANPLING OF POLYCHLORINATED AROMATICS IN WORKROOM AIR USING AMIBERLITE XAD-2 RESIN II MeAI-81 S,P. . Kurt Andersson,41j1~MEN.t1t and Carl-Axel Nilsson National Board of Occupational Safety and Health Department of Occupational Health in Umed Box 6104 S-900 06 UmeS Sweden ABSTRACT Amberlite XAD-2 porous polymer was evaluated for the solid sampling of PCBs, PCNs. tri-, tetra- and pentachlorophenol in workroom air. Using solvent desorption, the recoveries of these compounds from XAD-2 was mostly about 80%. showing this adsorbent to be an excellent medium for the sampling of polychlorinated aromatics in air. 0 3 0 0~ 0 21 2~ 2
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i !u';?RIi;A?? CHF."2ICAL SOC,IL`.'Y f 50333 7567 73 ~~ne YI Am CIL'SCFit RESF.At.C!?.C!?. iV. I'-"d'.itiOLOG~'. 40 PD:;T. Ar;erican Che:nic.-il Society radio series, Tape No. "Men and Molecules" 34; Side 2, o 3, n A n, n 2 1 2 7 6 11
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I 50333 7566 CORRELATIONi,.. __ - _ -. '-': /STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ Series: QUANTITATIVE APPLICATIONS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES Editor: 'Eric M. Uslaner Scrics / Numbcr 07-006 QA 276 Us 1977 LyG , PDDL ,;~c . ~'~~~.111119-1015S, C 7 t~ D ~~~ ~P ~'~~~~~~~ iMr . NBW Research Department Leo 13unlett U.S.A. ~ SAGE PUBLICATIONS / Bcvcrly Hills / London . ! 0.n .o2I21 5 11 , I
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I IZ hieA -30 s.P. 50333 7555 l w• QiBLIGGRAPHIC DATA 1 It• P~ % SfiEET EPA-RI-7,~_005 •. u.• a .sa .t,ue Z 7. cecrl•icnt's Acce.ai..n tu. S• xcpou I;.tc A Survey of Air and Populationvtead Levels in Selected December 1972 American Com:nuni ties 6. 7. Arrlr.nla & 1•crlrKminA 0r,aniiatinn xep. Lloyd B. Tepper an `'~ _ 9. 1'cr/.amrnti lhganiaanun \amc anJ AJnrcas 10. I'rulr.t!TaakllCo•Q Lnit \o. University of Cincinnati. College of Medicine Kettering Laboratory 11. ( umraec /e:raac ~o. Department of Envircnmental Health PH 22-68-28 Cincinnati, Ohio 45219 12. ~{+••n.orinw Qr,;nniiation \xme anJ A.1.1rca~s 13. TY1.e ul xepot: A Period U.S. EN1'":ZONtlENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY C""e'eJ Office of Research and No-litoring uashington, 0. C. 20460 14. 15. ~a;plemencary J:oees I6. Ahsrraea e concentratlor, O ea in t e a.n letlt atmosphere was eterfrllne at samp- linq sites in ei9ht American co~:r.unities durin4 cne pe`iod 1968-71; Nineteen samp ing h h d l d- i i f - ° i air ex e ea in a ,b1-62. At 14 o these s tes t s tes sted In a similar survey in 1 value was found to be higher in the current study than in 1°61-62..The observed annuai nean atmospheric concentration of lead varied from 0.14 j,g/m3 (Los Alamos) to 4.55'~g/m? associated with urbanization. The concer (Downia•in Los Angeles). Higher lead values were ` l-- ~.3 n b n r a;~ i 2b4 , i
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t . 50333 7556 I ti> vinv=wIL--I;, t- The occurence of li:ic, c3ncer in man. ~:,0u.^.ci1 for Intprnational C}rizanizatiom of ;,.adical Scfenc;---s (CIC~ 2-) S,yr,pC,^,iura a3itcd by J. CIQfi 40y3n. i 1,p:^int fromi kct& [Tnionia ln-.,j:n.ntio::jlis con;.a Cancrcmi :.S'5*3, 210 p. ~....__, . -,
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i I ~L'y2/1 ~ ~J 1~~~~*~L?. /~!) r A 0 w 6/1 xcw4 . -4a-c . 5„] i ) ~G9~ a~ /5 oo(7i ---..~ SPLASHING OF NVATEI: DROPS A• ON SOLID AND WETTED SURFACES: HYDRODYNAMICS AND CHARGE SEPARATION Byr:Z.LL- Y,JAVAND P. V. HOBBS Alrrrospheric Sciences Department, Un.ircrsily of T1'ashirrgton, Scalllc, 11 "cislring-ton, U.S.A. (Cornnrur:icated by Sir Ccnfr'rcy Ta;aror, O.LT., F.1,.S.-Rcceit~cd 1 I~eurnLer 1970- : Read :.'0 April 1971) -~-- . ,
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i 11 y AMINQ qCjDS--CHROMAjQqRAPHY(HPLC)/ 81 111 Na A''-o ~ 3,,r oQ -Y -7S- 8 s (1y7;) ~~M ~ o r9eo uadr.~xomi-ll~Mpd I " x-"s ~ MtrAodrirhOtdrwsn«Nr f~wros r.,Ym C//~/iL(~. / n C7b. lw. rdieo..~. 475 USING OF HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY AND MASS SPECTROMETRY OF ITH AMINO ACIDS FOR SEQUENCE ANALYSIS OF PROTEINS. I I.V.NASIMOV V.V.SHEMYAKIN,^S.V.ROSYNOV, I.A.d0GDANOVA, V.G.MERIMSON M.M.SHEMYAKIN INSTITUTE OF OIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY, ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOV. Separation of ITM awino acids by HPLC was undertaken with the aiw of increas- 1ng the sensitivity of direct automatic sequence determination. Standard mixture of 20 ITH amino acids was separated into 17 components within 18 einites with separation factor RS 1,0-3,6. The relative standard deviation of retention times the limit sensitivity of W detection was 5 -les was about 1t . , 2 7 0
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i I 50 333 7552 - Chemoophore No. 7, pp 443 - 448, 1977. Pergamon Proeo. Printed in Crcat Britain. 78 III Le PIiENOLS--CNROriA1'OGRAFIIIC ANALYSTS/AIR--I'OLLUTION--ANALYSIS/ CNROMATOGRAPHIC DETERMINATION OF POLYCHLORINATED PHENOLS, PHENOXYPNENOLS, DIBENZOFURANS AND DIBENZODIOXINS IN WOOD-DUST FROM WORKER ENVIRONMENTS JarryO.j'o.f_"trtvi+T and Carl-Axel Nilsson National Board of Occupational Safety and Health. Department of Occupational Health at Umea Chemical Division, S-901 85 Umea, Sweden (Reciived in LUC 20 Juno 1977; accepted for publication 23 Juno 1977) Introduction Chlorinated phenols (I) are manufactured in large amounts, world production i in 1975 amounting to about 200,000 tons. They are used primarily as economic 3 pNsDs, .e0 as2nstcti2idZj, 1ungicides, herbicides etc., but are also im- portant industrial chemicalsl. One of the most important uses of chlorophenols
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1 I 50333 7564 77 ° ~ VoL 21. pt. 711 Io 717. Papnw.w Pio. t976. Priatcd ie <i:wt Nritaia -!-COMPARA'I'IVE BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON THE • COMPOSITION OF SALINE EXTRACTS OF HUMAN ' DENTAL PLAQUE, SALIVA AND SERUM A . . Departments of Oral Mcdicinc ar.d Oral Biology. University of Glasgdw Dental Hospital and School, 378 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3J"L, Scotlanif M„ l,cvrV and J. A. BFet.Er and . •. J. G. Beet.mr Department of Biochemistry, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ Scotland Smnmary-The ultraviolet absorption spectra, protein, neutral hexose and sialic acid contents of preparations from soluble and insoluble fractions of saliva and dental plaque were studied. The data were compared with similar observations on serum. Diffusates from extracts of plaque and salivary sediment were subjected to Sephadex gel filtration., The salivary and plaque preparations and serum were also examined by isoelectric focustng and immunoelectro- phoresis. The results showed that there is a resemblance between the constituents of the soluble and insoluble fractions of saliva and that preparations from plaque contain serum-like proteins which may originate from gingival fluid. ; ~ lMouvcnoN the free gingival margin. The plaque samples from ., about 100 donon were pooled anri hn-0.MCM ..j'r1% 0 h.0 2 ,
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I i 0 DISSERTATIONS=--UNIVERSITY,OF MICIIIGAN/ 50333 7563 II~2--78 ' ~ gyOLVfIOU OF STRLTOSPHFItIC 0Z0IiE A dissertation submitted in partial :Llfillment of the requiresscnts for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Atmospheric Scicncc) in The University of idichigan 1977 Doctoral Canmittee: o~~ona:z 1 2 7 2 Professor Paul B. Hays, Cnairr.an Asaociate Professor William R. Kuhn Professor Herschel Weil Richard S. Stolarski, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Jumes C. G. Walkcr, 17ational AstrononV and Ionosphere Center -i fT .
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i V 50333 7569 CANCER--ASBESTOS/POLLUTION C0.WkOL/E.WIRO;4",4E:VTAL HFALTH/AIR--POLLUTION--ASSESTOS/ _ SMOKING AND IIEALTH/TOBICCO--SMnT-:IPiG--NEALTEI EFFECT/ -----_~ ttA `C~.;~~.1~~~- ~~ ~ Branch • Cancer Prevention National Division of Cancer Control and Rehabilitafion Institute Ed:tor I 27r$ . Bethesda. Maryland U.S. Department of Health. Education, • and Welfare Public Health Service National Institutes ot Health An ~ ~o Information Resource . .' ;~1 . DHEW Publication Number (NIH) 79-1681 May 1978 - .
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I 50333 7565 'A \ ,Q,tli.rd &ot YoL 22, pp. )7 to 41. Pcqamoa Ptu. 1977. Printed is Grcat nritaic / ., , :7CL7~_77 C9. THE ISOLATION OF SOME BASIC PROLINE-RICH PROTEINS FROM HUMAN PAROTID.SALIVA M.tii:>=,yW and PArtttcu+ J. KrLt.rtt Department of Oral Biology, University of Washington School of Dentistry, Seattk, Washington 98195, U.S.A. Sammary-A protein preparation corresponding to the core-protein described by Levine, Elli- son and Bahl (1973) was isolated. Chromatographed on columns of the eation-exehangc adsor- bent SP-Sephadex, it comprised a family of proline-rich basic proteins which have similar but not identical amino acid composition and contain little or no carbohydrate. iNTRODUCIiON 0 In 1969, Levine, Weill and Ellison reported the isola- tion and partial characterization of a major glycopro- tein from human parotid saliva. Subsequently, Levine, Ellison and Bahl (1973) described a non-glycosylated protein which had an amino acid composition similar to the protein moiety of the glycoprotein. It aoss- reacted itnmunologically with the glycoprotein and was present in higher concentration in stimulated an,.~nst,i~ ulated saliva. Based on these character- tticS,~t he($utha s*ula.Vd thf t tl~proqein.sig- nated antigen J, was the protein core f ttk gly pro- Approximately 500 mg of the supernatant protein solution was dialyzed overnight against 0.05 M tris-HC1 buffer, pH 8.6, and then applied to a 90 x 2.5 cm column of DEAE-Sephadex A-'•5 equili- brated in this buffer. The flow rate was 9 mLh; 5 ml fractions were collected and their absorbance at 230 nm was read. The proteins not retained on the column (more than 70 per cent of the applied protein) were concentrated by Diaflo membrane-filtration (UM ?) to 30 mg protein per ml. About 1'_0 mg was then applied to a 90 x 2.5 em column of Scphadex G-200 which had been equilibrated with 0.15 M NaCI in 0.05 M tris- HCI buffer, pH Q.S, and eluted as 5 ml fractions at 6 mi/h. This procedure separated the basic • - - -0 frnrn the
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i I DTSSERTATTONS--UNTVF.RSTTY 0F'CALTPQRNIA/ST_RR8S/ ANXTF•TY/uF.ART-'-11T SEASF,S--STRBSS / PSYCHOLOGY/ bISF.ASFS--CAUSATION & THEORIES OF•CAUSATTON/BEHArQRAL r . ~~ ,~~. ___..:_ ...,.._..._-.-~....... .._ ~ ' 77-15,760 ;RP ,~942- ACCU1•SUlATEO STRESS, RESERVE CAPACITY, 175 ANO DISEASE. 76 University of California, 8erkeley, 11 Ph.D., 1976 Siophysics, medical Xerox University Microfilms, A-Aro«•µKMP+4!106 , • . cO . .1976 ~~non 4.2 1•277. pf'I'4'R ALAN LENI SCIENCE/ . i
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ork i F INA1V C 1 t's L FOr.rCASTI':G! A1N ALYS i 'S BANDB00 K I - 19,5- Methods, Theory, and Portfolio Managemeni ,~ . HANDBOOK 1I-pm Analysis by Industry Edited v1 -+iD.i, l1Vit~1-lS sx~( +~I `ry~~t~l` 'c'ywbr:. State L'»i •zrsily of New 2'orl: Stony hrook, New 1'or;c 50333 7574 Library of Congress Catrloging i:k 1'nblicatior. 1)ata Lcvin., Sumner N. Firsnncial ar.alyat's hzndbooF:. CONTENTS: v. 1. Portfolio management.--- v. 2. Analysis by industry. 1. luvcstments. I. Title. HGJI521.L:u2S 332.6 74-81388 ISBN 0-87o94-0s2-1 ;v. 1) Printed in the United States of America - .l , ~ k-=~~ 1975 J DO1V JOr);S•I1t1VIN, Ij\C, 11oc¢toood,lllinola CD4aJ 4 4
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M ~ ~ ra I REFR tiB ACRONYMS/ABBRF.VIATIONS/U. S. REGULATORY AGENCIES/COMMODITIES MARKET/ 1 MONEY A.~TT) FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS/BANK. & OTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS/. TAXEq/tdAGES--U. S./PRODUCTIVITY/PRICE DATA/ECONOMIC INDICATORS/ 1974 - - NATIONAL PR~puf,T_ADi3..II3COLiE/-T~FR~TA~II•lY!>~L~TI AAI~IA~r-64 ADVERTISI:VG/TOBACCO--ADVEP.TISING/ - :. The 197U . ow• JonestlEnry. ~~ ~V ~~Z ~ ~~~~~~N Al %,.o ~ DOW jorE S-IRNVIN xo'mcwo°d. Illinois 60430 Edited by State Unict;rsil"y ofRe`wT0 at Stony Brook and Editor Financia2 Analyst's Ilandvook Executive Editor Caroline Levine
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i I 1 RC 262 Le 1975 . I 0 0 i . . . ~..^. .. _ 50333 7580 POLYVINYL CHLORIDE/CANCER-CAUSATION BY PVC AS AN ERAMPLE PVC zum Beispiel CKr~Es r~iankungen T~ei der Kuns s ottherstellung uber die PVC-Erkrankungen in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (Iti German with English abstract) Mit einem Beitrag von Heinz f131inger _ . 03 0. 0 2 ~2 t.2 aq , ,
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I A* ` 50333 7578 INTERNATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CONFERENCE/ OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH/SOLVENTS--HEALTH HAZARDS/ TOXICOLOGY/ CHEMICALS--TOXICOLOv"Y/GENERALLY REGARDED AS SAFE/ RA 445 Le 1975 I chemica6 agents in ti-is. workplace WORK HAZARD: 11 (:wrr-- U - ~ 11 D!m!t ~9~ ] ~ in the united : tates, gerniany and Sruveden 1975 I
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i I 50333 7579: ~-- ~.~._~...- POLYVINYL CHLORIDE/INDUSTRIAL flYGIENE/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/CANCER-BLADDER/ LEIIKEMIIA/ASBESTOS/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/POLYVINYL CHLORIDE--TOXICOLOGY/ sA 445 Le 1975 r the nemr~ul~inatmanaI health ards papers presented at the icf International occupational health conference, 28-30 octo6er,1974, Geneva, Switzerland edited by charles 1evinson: secretary general !~- ____..~, 0.3 00 .r) 0 2 1 2 8 8
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1 I 1. REPORT NO. 12. 50333 7571 EPA-600/3-78-057 4. T/TLE AND SUBTI TLE / APPLiCATI0:1 OF~F_OURIER TRANSFORM SPECTROSCOPY TO AIR LII Du O pLLi1Ti0;3 PROSLE ~IS ~ .f, ~.. .. '• ;~~ ~;~~ A E ! N!+!j W • 8 5 PO ' t):. E June 1978 , 79 . . PERFORM:NG OROANtZATtON C" Interim Report-1977 T-YOOn T Chang, J.H. Shacr, E. Niple, J.G. Calvert, • PERFORMING ORGANIZATION F W.K. Chan, S.24"LevSiaee and W.M. Uselman p.PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAMF AND ADDRESS The Ohio State University Research Foundation 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. " 1AA603 AI-03 (FY-7 1314 Ki R d nnear oa 11. CONTRACGRANT NO. Columbus, Ohio 43212 • R803868-2 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory-RTP,NC Interim Offjce of Research and Development 1s.SPONSORIN(fAGENCYCODE U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Pa•rk., North Carolina 27711 EPA/600 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES See companion reports EPA-600/3-77-026, EPA-600/3-77-025 6. ASSTHAGT • . 700 2300 m 1 h f o to a rom c f observed and calculated air spectra ~ An atlas prepared. Methods of acialyzing air spectra to identify spectr3l features and L.. 7...+...... nF sr.wn~e.l.or{n e.oeeao es.e .~. . ...~t. .. n.3 -- ..~ry...~. j +h ra f '1 N(1 ..- ~ l l .? . . _ . n .v t'.• 1J ll . U l. (1/ fl :a' • '%,t
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50333 7535 ~ . ----------- , 1 ~, , 9'ia:-XI;S 1:.:it Tf'Ii CUI.S-tt~trP ° S FuJu. • - - ` Jour. Nor.e i?r•_or•.. 56, 3• 7 ~-2 (I9L-1) ~ . '' TIIi. CONSL ~'.LR OF TODAY :as~-s n:a:;}• qtlcs- Dr. ievcaon, cs~~s:ora cc.r.:za:rctcr a; al.: ut his ~a:w;l, n..rticul•trl;: :a it rcla;cs to his °cst:::t:a :ervi:e pro6ro:a ei t~c l'ni:ed S:a:es DcYC-t- i_, e • • Lc:;II!l. Ctrl:mu::ic't.loas :ic't.loas ~ s of ct•cry sort have hrou~at~~~at ~ r; ent c•: :.^rcuf:ure, cva t`1e CGGIresS Cnf w~~icIl ..^.a h:r.l to i1C tlOirst Of.rC.'ogIl::lf?~ that j)t'o11,',3)i\' ;1:erC CrtfclC i5 bcsed C: ttile 4tst i.rrttict i.CrflCl::'l.'CI r,fereccio- he!d in V/csh.ir:g:on, D.C., Novcm'--tr 7S :o ..•i)at hc cats :iaa what he is. Ca . t : I>`tweer a :i L : • :z ro i . Ile is ttUt c0.^.lp?C'tC1Y CO:l\•IIfCCCl o1c this, ;2TId I)c QfI(`Il 11:15 SOaiC CrrGRCO::S iC:caS AI)Ot)t '.:1C rCla- tio:`:ilip. Even so, l•c ii not to t11:c tl)C Cl:_:nCG 1 Ctr i[ IUOC : 41 1.1 ' : I 't':>ttan aS:I It:g"ll)• r•.:\ SCC !~. cGll- t;i3y?;i(5 p;A'.•al and S:I,U'iV ilt!it'r cs>i': tl:al IaltriCl):5. t'.ii; is a po::i~c/On ti:c otl;cr h::::•.1. OS Y: 2rU?rr :!'•\' ~::cCt Of I:1S :(t\':rO:11:1cIlt tllat iTll~tlt OI?t'iatC '.O 1725 .^-(~~•:t::1._^,C. "I :,c rclaiian of i:n r;:rtictl'.nr fccxl to hc:lltll ma.• to lliC .^•l-i'rLl_°C CG:7SLIa:cr fIoirt :)Cth a a la^-^'at% V( t: ~ ot he a:.:%' 21, t453. .910 to 5,15G in lu6? The sources C:i1J:CG"S have A:So. i of So:ric' tS: tl` . TI•.C 1)C:CQat.":::;8 o: Ca:o: eS ::C)IT1 and Z:'.s GCc:i::iSCG I: o:: : ai i.cr•_.-sc... :I t`.:c :c car`.:o!,. ur 'cs st:- Li::. 5: a)cr cca: c,: • ~ .... 1) i ' : i': .:,crCc1SC•CI i:GR: :'~ 1j;c:: 'CCrI: :I: per Ci.^.. ~il I)6•?• The Gr cFtlo: cs St:!), V I
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I 0 50333 7545 r /%7C III Me9 79 S.P. CELL METABOLISM OFbUFROLE, ISOSAFROLE ANDvL[TGENOL, By P. JANIAIID; M. DELAFORGE;,,P:~I.Vr; B.E. MAUME; & P, PADIEU J 3277. Cdl metabol:un of safn+fe,/[,asafrok aad _wgcao ~ )aniaud, P_ Dc)afor`e,_v(. Lcs•i P \4aucper&.F, et-radiwrE-(19ib). Etudc comparatiea cn culture cs)lula;-e de foic dc rat du mctabol;smc de dttTcrents aralogua et mccabolites d'un h~patocancerogcnc i naturcl: le sa0ol. Ci. Sianc. Soc- Biol._17u, 1035. 1ntiistigations into the carcinogenicity of safrole (4-a)1)•1-1^{mcthy)cncdioay)bcn:.cuc) la%c brought to light a(argc numbcr of mctabolitcs, sevcral of which reacted e2atrop)nlically with nuckosiuks in a manncr eharaaeristic of known earcinogau (Citc,J in F.C.7: 1977,15, 6:51. Three nf thcse mctaboiacs waic safrole epozide (Y,}'-epox)sa(rok), its h)'drox.•l:,ted product 2',3'-dih)drox)•safrola(1:-mah)krn:dior.y t4'_3-dihy- :. drosypropyl)bcnzcnrl and 1'-hydroa))afroic, the lau of which was shown to bc far more earemooenie than safroie in rats and mice (ibiJ 1974, 112. 417), Analo- gous metabo)ita ha.e now bcen dcmon,er; tcd from itosafmk, v6hieh like safrok has inducal hepatomas in mice (Innes er af. J. natn. Cancer ln.r. 1969. 42. 1101), and from eugcnol (4-allyl-l-hydro%y-?-mcthoa)•- benxenel, a fla%ourinc which has apparcutly not bcen 3ubj.cteJ to 1ong-tcrm testing. «'hen ssfrolc was incubated in a culture of epi- tbelial e,el's deri.•af from adult rat livcrs, metabo- lites id:n:4at by gas chromatocraphy-m:us s; cctro- metry• were safrole e)wxide, 7,3'dih)~raa)aairole, 1'- h)dros)zafwlc, 3'-hydroC)'isosafrol;, 4-all)Icatec:hol I • : , 'N't . . . ~ . ~~s • .
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I , , 0 3 CX4AU va*kmt (0-1 :3oc0 Iq5Q - Experimental Cyanide Encephalopathy ~7 X Re2-78 -S.P. ' 3LY#IIO~INE,y'y-Nlspa, eed WALTtR STYPULKOWSKI. 11.5.. Jeesey City, N. J. . Many chemical and physical agents have been used to cause demyelinating lesions in the brains of experimental animals. Prob- ably the closest approximation to spontane-s ous demyelinating disease is provided by cyanide intoxicltion.1 Previous methods of administering potassium cyanide have re- quired protracted series of injections, and lesions have been uncertain in occunence and unpredictable in distribution.. In the worh reported here it has been demonstrated . that a single brief exposure to hydrogen cyanide vapor .l ill produce lesions of gray and/or white matter regularly in rats and that by control of the depth and duration of the intoxitation it is possible to control .T lj~ionl to a limited () 0 thA diltribu;lion pf t txtent. 50333 7572 1 Ferraro= noted sparing of the U-fibers and stated, ". . . no clear differentiation is po;- sible between the lesions described in hunian diffuse sclerosis and - the ones reproduced experimentally with potassium cyanide." Hurst s pointed out a similarity bethveen cyanide lesions and acute epizootic leulco- encephaliiis of horses. Jedlowski ° described stripe-like degeneration and concentric plaques resembling L'alo's disease. Lums- dCn 9 produced lesions of the corpus cal- losum in rats, which he compared to Marchiafava-Bignami disease. Lumsdcn~ using progressively increasin^ doses, found one lesion in 100 rats studie d, during the first 2.veeks of the cxperiment, .e hile there were lesions in 16 out of 37 rats W ho surviv ed 2 to 26 weeks. All the lesions _E_
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50333 7583 4f tt. er.4r/ dAIS vlc _•694tOTal Ti:lAy''. As FV/-IT- ,t .c ~ D / i97/ ~~*LE i'T'S UNFAMILIA UOTATJONS i .~ o~ on o 2 161116 LOU1S LEVINSON
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_.... ...... ......1 50333 7570 QC 451 Ma 1975 /MASS--TABLES/ MASS SEECTROMETRY--ORGANIC COMPOUNDS/ /U. S. ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION/ AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR pfASS SPECT ROMETRY / MASS SPECTRA OF CCMPOUNDS OF BIOLOGICAL INTEREST VOLUME I. INDICES VOLUME II., PART 1. SPECTRA VOLUME II., PART 2. SPECTRA .Edited and Compiled by: S. P. Markey, W. G. Urban, and Department of Pediatrjcs University of Colorado Medical Cente . Denver, Coiorado 80220 0 a ~QO~D?, 1 279
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I I 50333 7559 . IX Re2 79 S. P. , F~ 3. Biochem. y~i, 69-73 (197~ Inhibition by CO of Hepatic Benzo[a]pyrene Hydroxylation- and Its Reversal by Monochromatic Light DavidrY, COOPLILU, RR, lieiazSCFILEYER,-Ouc.ROSENTHAL,~fV11~I~ n~tboay"Y'~onald KUNTZMAN, and Allan H. CONNEY ~ .. , Harrison Department of Surgical Research and Johnson Research Foundation. School of Medicine. Uni.enity of Pennsylvania, I'hiladelphia. and Department of Biochemistry and Drug Metabolism, liotTinann-LaRoche, lnc.Nutley, Nc+v Jersey Inhibition by CO of benzo[a]pyrcne hydroxylation was studied in hepatic microsomes from rats pretreated with phenobarbital, 3-mcthylcholanthrene or 2,3,7,8-tctrachlorodibcnzo-p-dioxin, from animals treated wirh vehicle (saline or corn oil, respectively), and in a reconstituted microsomal cytochrome P-448 system prepared from rats treated with 3-methylcholanthrenc. In all preparations the hydroxylation was inhibited by CO, and this inhibition was most effectively reversed by irradiation with monochromatic light of 450 nm wavclength. These observations provide direct evidence that the oxy;en-activating component ofaIl the examined bcnzo(a]Pyrcne hydroxylase , systems is a P-450-type hemc protein. The only striking difference observed in these systems was the low CO sensitivity of the benzo- (aJpyrenc hydroxylase reaction in microsomes from animals treated with 3-mcthylcltolanthrcnc or 2,3,7,8-tctrachloroclibcnzo-p-dioxin. Half-maximal inhibition occurred at CO, O: ratios of 9-12, rather than at 1-,2, which is the usual range for P-450-1inked mixed-function oxidase reactions. ' In contrast, the reconstituted bcnzo[a]pyrenc hydrozylasc system, with purified cytochromc P-443 a3n.An 0 2 12bg ,
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, 50333 7586 h'& ~ The lSIIaC: of i~vd uej(7gr / 17,-~ n,,J~G~ ~~F:oFP~' sw~'~~t' . ~ Publs>:ed by REL E.NTkr.PrisLs, 9017 LLur:, ASiI RD. ...~.a., , CINCINNATI, 0fiI0 4;;148 a 0 3~ ~ n A 2 1 .2 9 5 I
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50333 7581 ~ I~tnsoA HAs!~ry .. 1JMR9' A EXECU'nVE SHbttLD WW A80u4 SeuN7`.F3tS. photostAt fxoon: +Phink 3L tNo- S.~ 7-10 ~~.-~o J~) 0 Q 3 n o~~'r 2 1 2'.9.0
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50333 758 78 II Un 8 .. ~ '~~ ~ v ~ . J ~ Modeling ta ~grEculturaD ~~odeling A Pro>ceedings Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service u.S, Department of Agriculture In cooperation with The National Science Foundation ESCS-07 Edited byAlR: ievis and C.L. Quance Page Introduction 1 Opportunities for Systems Scientists in Modeling Agricultural Systems Toward a Conceptual Framework for Policy Analysis Modeling 9 Applications of Systems Science in ro ecting Alternative Food 15 . ~.. ...~ CT.11irnC 07-
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, ~ 50333 7585 !ti Y L02 TOLA~CO--.., ~0:,7IC,, -FHYSIGLQ;Y AND ?SYCt,C,.(~~~ ---_-___.-- --- ---J S?f0itlh'G HAFITS-F.ELIKQUISIIItJC./ ...y .. ... F.3I: CLASS '_:0. PA.'T!iLET 72 X Le2 1.-t itlsn•,, P. (?'ount : . .. . Sc`.. New City, `i. Y , U. S.) .''i.SiS C?' Cor.;:r. i' :}•ccir! t.; 13 !'.o. 3) .^._5--22 (1972) EngZi::h) \ o3n~ n4?. 1 294
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i I • J Naturwissenschaften 68 (3)148-49(1981) ~- 6ry+Ll,fAtll~' 50333 7582 . ~' VII CoA2-81 s.p. The"Ph~,romonc~Activity of Anh)•droserricornin ' and Serricornin for Male Cigarette Beetle .~Ls (Lasioderma serricorne F.) nd A.R. Levinson Max-Planck-Institut rur Verhaltensphysiologie, D-8131 Seewiesen W. Francke and W. Mackenroth a.` Institut fur Organische Chemie und Biochemie der Universitat, D-2000 Hamburg V. Hecmann B.A.T Cigaretten-Fabriken GmbH, Forschung und Entwicklung, D-2000 Hamburg Chuman et al. [1] have recently identified and synthesized a sex pheromone compo- nent of the female cigarette beetle (Lasio- dernw serricorne F.) using a bioassay based on the pattern of precopulatory behaviour which is display ed by male cigarette beetles in the proximity of the pheromone source [2]. The structure of the above component was described as 4,6-dimethyl-7-hydroxy- i nonan-3-one and subsequently called serri- cornin in accordance to the name of the Q 3,i o lJ o 2 .- i.GI]•q _,.. _~_._._.__._. ._.. istics of the pupae [4] or by dissection o the adults exposing their sexual organs. In order to compare the pheromone activi ty of serricornin and anhydroserricornir experiments were performed with laboi tory-reared populations of cigarette beet consisting of both sexes in equally L numbers. Fifty male and 50 female L. st corne being 5-10 days after pupal-ad.
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. 50333 7577 0 . (Lasioderma serricorne F.) H.Z. Levinson and~~!6i~or4~ Max-Planck-Institut fur Verbaltensphysiologie, D-8131 Seewiesen W. Francke and W. Mackenroth r Naturwissenschaften 68 (3)148-49(1981) ). 6*+Ll.l-d: _ VII CoA2-81 s.p. The"Ph~romone~Activity of Anh} droserricornin ~~ and Serricornin for Male Cigarette Beetles ~ s` Institut fur Organische Chemie und Biochemie der Universitat, D-2000 Hamburg V. Heemann B.A.T Cigaretten-Fabriken GmbH, Forschung und Entwicklung. D-2000 Hamburg Chuman et al. [1] have recently identified and synthesized a sex pheromone compo- nent of the female cigarette beetle (Lasio- derma serricorne F.) using a bioassay based on the pattern of precopulatory behaviour which is displayed by male cigarette beetles in the proximity of the pheromone source [2]. The structure of the above component was described as 4,6-dimethyl-7-hydroxy- nonan-3-one and subsequently called serri- cornin in accordance to the name of the 0 3 ,I Q n i1 IG istics of the pupae [4] or by dissection o: the adults exposing their sexual organs. In order to compare the pheromone activi ty of serricornin and anhydroserricornir experiments were performed with labor tory-reared populations of cigarette bee- consisting of both sexes in equally 1. numbers. Fifty male and 50 female L. st corne being 5-10 days after pupal-ad. I i .-.
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ii~.•' ~ 50333 7591 . - . - _...-~.-..~~~.aa: ~. _ .~ ~....~...-.. _ ~ ..r......r~~« • . _ _ _ ~ TP ~ 670 ~ Le i Levitt, Benjamin, 1892- ,. Oils, detergents, flnd maintenance specialties. r'ew York, Chemical Pub. ('•o.,1967- / v. Illus. 23 cm. First published in 1951 under title; Oil, fat, and soap. Includes bibllographies. 1. Oils and fats. 2. Soap. 3. Detergents, SynthetiC r. Titie. TP670.L632 668'.1 67-2969 Library of Congress 0 t67f5, [l 3 n n n 0 2! 3 a U
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CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS/ABSORPTION/ADSORPTION/AIR--POLLUTlAN--ANALYSIS/ 1, REPORT NO. e ,4. / E PA-600/7-78-054 I PB 284 347 - Si TLE AND SUBTITLE . 6, Characterization of Sorben _ sins for Use in . March 1978 Environmental Sampling . PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 7 AUTNOR/S) R. F. Gallant, J. W. King, and J. F. Piecewicz g PERFORMING OROANI2ATION NAME AND ADDRESS ' Arthur D. Little, Inc. Acorn Park Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140 12. SPONSORING AG:Ni.: NAME AND ADDRESS EPA, Office of Research and Development Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Research Triangle Park, NC 27711 B. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPOF 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT -NO. EHB537 11. CON RA / AN NO. 68-02-2150, Task 10601 * 13. TYPE OF REPORT ND PER OO COVE Task Final; 3/77-1/78 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE , . EPA/600/13 ' 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES IERL-RTP task officer isLarryi~Dohnson, Mail Drop 62, 91: .11 541-2557.. 06 , 16. ABSTRACT The report`describes the use of chromatographic chniqLes to character
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50333 7584 Q!kr Bantern Cookbooks /tsk your booksaIler for the books you bave missed AiI1ERICA'S FAVORITE RECIPES FROM BETTER HGMIES AND GARDENS THf ART OF E'R'cECUE AND QUTDC03 C00'F.ING THE ART GF FISH CCOKIhG 7HE ART OF FP.EIeCH COOKING THE ART OF GE?,',:FN COOKING THE C0:'?LETE 8CnK OF V,t7UCAN CGU:ING THE CO'GPLETE SCOK OF w7NE COOKERY THE ALL-Ncnl FANNIE FA4h'ER BOSTON COOKING SCHOGL COOKBOOK THE FAtiNI E FA.4: ,' E R JUNIOR CCOaOJK iHE HAWAII C!17KE00K AND BACXI':.20 LUAU AN HERB AttO SPICE COOK BOOK HORS D'OEWRE AND CANAPES 7HE ART OF iTALIAN COOKING THE ART OF Je.1ISH COOKING 1HE CO-M?IETE 800 OF ORIENTAL COGKISG 7HE SPANISH COGKBOOK 7HE CO"PLETE 300K OF d CQO1C b'D~tYS~ ~ 1~ r~/t~R~I w~~! ~.~puti~(rS;~1t~} f~,i:,~o uu,~ 1f NR ~llt~ Fc~~f T~2 t~,.~r.., AM le see t. t !4UDKAL GENFIAL COlOA1R , r '~~
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50333 7590 i te 1 (1) 87T88 0980) eti R . : PP ~- 81 V Le (1) Role q/' tusic• iii Iony-ri•rin coiurol o% /imJ intukcl aAww~:~.'Mivision of Nutritional Scicnces and tkpt nment of PsychoIogy, ('urndl Univer.it). lthaca, NY 1053. U.S.A.). C urrently on Icavc at the Dunn ('linical Nutrition ('entrc. Cambridge. The rolc of `hedonicall%" twsitivc and avcrsivc tastc w•as cwniinai in a scrics of studies in rat.. In h xlf•wIctition cxlierimcnt. thc addition of a bittcr tasting, but ptwrmacologically inert auhstawcw sucrosc octacetatc. had no elTxt on 24-h consump- 03 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 9 9 V
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50333 7597 SB 781 V Vasil'yev, I. M. WINTERING OF PLANTS. Translated from the Russian by Royer and Roger, Inc. Editor of English translation: Jacob Levitt. 1961 xiv, 300 p. American Institute of Biological Sciences Washington Imprint of original: Moscow, Izdatel'stvo !.1Akademii Nauk SSSR, 1956. 03 n o no 2 t 3 Q b ~
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4~a 50333 7592 RJR CLASS NO. PA:rIFHLET 71 X Le ~ d.evitt-;'E.; Edwards, J. A. ; (Indiana I;::iv. Sch. :•led., Dep. Psychiatry; '_'nd., U. S.) A r:ULTICI:RIATE STUDY OF CORRELATIVE FACTORS I',•: YOUTHFUL CIGARETTE SMOKIANG. •` Develop. Psychol. 2(:do. 1) 5-11 (1970) (in English) , *1971, No. 20, W 8472* *d* Tobacco an.:lysis: o. 3 n ~ n 0 2 -I 3 or i
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50333 7595 A iK ILe6 ;(1970) ; SrJBk Or C''S~rJT ~^Tr,,. .+SjLZI'Itaa v i_.i.1ru FACIC:LS IN Y0U'i::FUL CIG:~._~r:. u: S.MKIhC, by Eir4nES E. Lev:.CC =d 3tuii.h A. EdwFrds POyahology 2(tio. 1) S-1x (1970) 4 0 - - a (l 3n n tt o 1 13 ; A q
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50333 7596 PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY mlTiD lT A Serfes of Monograp/v, Tasts, and TrsatLw T. T. KOZLOWSKI TOCACCO--AG"ICULTURE/ u~•~~ ~r w~, ~ iv.aismN wk=.& ECOLOGY/BOTANY--ECOLOGY/GROWTH(PLANTS)/RADIATION/ ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION/STRESS INJURY/ TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS/ , QH RESPONSES OF PLANTS TO ~ 545 ENVIRONMENTAL ,ISTRESSES 1972 . im w. w. . r11 . i., r. r s, r.... ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Frurcisco London or Mwcowt Bna JovanoNM. PuWdiwt -- f f
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. 50333 7575 _U;1JGS--1it:TA~3t~LISPt/ ; ii 12UCS--BTOCa ~ 73 II Le ~ Life Sci ences Vol. 13, pp. 723-732, 1973. Printed in Great Britain EFFECT-0F PNENOEARBtTnt At:O 3-GHtNO-1,2,4-TRIAZGLE ON THE METABOLISM ,. BILIARY EkCRETIOtI OF 3,w-O.E,lZrYnztlE IN THE RAT . :~. +"K~k]h~t ~ '_ tsn;Lev i:ae . . Department,of PSarmacology, Aibert Einstein College of Medicine Yeshiva University, Bronx, New York 104b1 (Received 10 July, 1973; in final form 23 Julv. 1973) ' The effects of 3-amino-1,2,4-triazole and phenobarbital, alone eoavination, on the metabolism and biliary excretion of 3,4-benzpyren been investigated in Wistar and Sprague-Dawley rats of both sexes. A p%enobarbital induced and aminotriazole inhibited metabolism, eonsider variation with species and sex was observed. The effects of these dr liver weight, mierosowi protein and bile fioa also varied among thesl of rats. It is apparent that there was no quantitative relationship h the pattern of excretion of benzpyrene metabolites and bile flow, mii~" protein and liver weight. Chronic treatment of rats with phenobarbital induces microsomal metabolizing enzymes (Conney, 1967) and elicits a marked proliferatit; i i t 0 m
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)kl.-.•..` 50333 7593 72 XI Le TOBACCO--ECONO:SICS/ RJR CL4SS NO. Pa.`L°HLET 72 XI Le <.Lcvitt, E.~E. (Indiana Univ. *!ed. Cent., Ind., U. S.) l8-::0\TIi-OLD EAS 0:: TV ADS OF CICA.^.ETS HAS O:.ZY INCREASED SALES A*1D PROFITS FOR THE TOtiaCCO C4`ir•a\IES. : Amer. acd. News 2, 2 (Aug. 7, 1972) (in English) ~ , ...,.....r•.....~. ~..._+.c... U.~ t~ 0 n : 6 2 1 ,S 0 2
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. ItkI• .V- - 50333 7598 + 80 II Le FLATULENCE hf'`icltFOIX~'l~ttdtYl•D• and John H. Bond, M.D. #7348 Department of Medicine, Minneapolis Veterans Administration Medical Center, and the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455 "D t I h t h " i f h l i oc ave ~ or, oo muc gas, s one o t e most common comp a nts heard by generalists and, perhaps, the most common complaint of patients consulting gastroenterologists. Among the various symptoms attributed to excessive gas are belching, bloating, a variety of abdominal pains, and excessive flatulence. Although the exact role of excessive bowel gas in the above symptom complex has not been totally defined, recent studies suggest ~. that gas is usually a coincident occurrence that has been incorrectly im- :" ~f pugned virtually from time immemorial (1). . •~. ...-- The role of bowel gas in clinical symptomatology is best discussed if the ~ reader understands the factors influencing the accumulation and elimina- tion of gas from the gut. Therefore, this chapter first discusses the physi- ology + ology of intestinal gas and then the application of this physiology to the various clinical "gas" syndromes. . Or'. 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 ;7 ~ Ana Re. Med /90Q~1:127-17 ~l~t ~1 I9tl0 br AnnrolXenew /ae AI! *l+4 Kxrxl
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I 50333 7594 7R XI Adi-7$ S.P. + Le~'rf f t';"E:.,}.I G RJR CLASS NO . PAMPHLET 78 XI Ad s. p. (Indiana Univ., Sect. Psychology, Bloomington, Ind., U. S.) THE TELEVISION CIGARETTE CO'TMERCIAL: TEENAGE TRANSDUCER OR PAPER Yale Sci.•Piag. 45 (No. 1) 10-13 *Note date* - The anti•:mol;ing eomnereials havoleea justi6ed on the o ouada of equal sir tme. iIf tclcvision cioarctte ad.ertiaing is ban- ned, the justifcation for the anti<ommcr- cial cvaporate-. The anti{igarctte forces will undoubtedly atternpt to continue the anti•commercials cven if televi!ion adver- i ti;in~ is bauned. But the tobacco industry ..•ould be in a s:rong positioa to oppo;e tlre eontinuation of the anti{o~nrnercial~ ~ and mi&bt .cell prevail in leoi_lative and ' cxecutive hal)s. (Oct. 1970) (in English) r Considcr the potential, net con_equunce. , Televi_ion eioarctte commcrcials, which by all siens are ineEective in inducing young people to begin to smoke cicarette--, are banned. Due to ..batcvcr mechanisnzs, the tobacco industry ..i11 be aL:c to continue its voluminous :ales. Antti{itiarctte eorn- mercials, wliich may be a powerful weapon aoainit the indoctrination of new su:ekera, ti•ill end. The alalozin would be a continu- ing ri=e in the annual consumption of cioarettes and• an incrcase in Ltie number of stnoT.erx v ~_ .- -_ .•-.--- Osn~{~~~ t 303 •' TIGER? I-
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• SMOKING Ah'T) HEALTii/Tn!3ACC(3--S"inKlvG--iIEALTH EFFi:rT/ ~- ---- - -- CAhCER--CAUSATIOV/('.ANCEP,--GEOC:RAPHICAL/ CAIJCER--?']:SEARLl4 CENTERS/ 50333 7600 RC 261 T.e 1979 I 0 . S15sa S Glll'2~I11&- with DxA.Uert I{-arsn DxHarveyGil}x ~--t. PApD ~N ~ rnrWac.umooN Q901f Bired rumQl Cleaw , Answeins foEvervoReg 1. a•
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RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK RC 756 Le 1982 PULKONARY PHYSIOLOGY. KcGraw-Hill Book Co..New York, NY.82. (IN : ENG. ) , 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 2 50333 7603 - ISN = 2909
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IkI._.•._ 50333 7602 !` j.eflitZ, 'OOTIqAt9 ~.Tt• edl toi`) b-eaarium Xut+tituts of Ch.>~:.cal Ea;;ufesr's P''31D1Z:xIC:: WMDMMUTz:X.S AP7ll APP':C«TIvs, i:diCjd by Hown-c:3 Lit;iman, HobcrL• P;cff:r, 3rr~.ne F--imaa, b^r=,rd J. ;.:c, c:d L::.;:tz (Camica2 Enoinsariu.R Pra-no-2s SSmFosium Z'--:.ica Vol. 66 (zia. 105) 1973) 1970 295 PavAa taerica:I ?aa'.i.utQ of 2iew Y"k C'a=4.ca: F.,,j;U.::TS s.,eyw;:....+. . 03n- ono >13,1I
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50333 7601 RJR CLASS 140- PANJ'xL:.T 75 VI Fe Feycrahend, Russell, 1•1.A.lf. (New Cross Ilosp., Poi.sons Unit, London, Gt. Brit. ; Ptaudsley liosp., Addiction Res. Unit, Inst. Psychiatry, London, Gt. Brit.) A XAPID GAS-LIQUID CHItO*SATOG1tAP1iIC ESTIMATION OF NICOTINE IN BIOLOGICAL FLUIDS. wt",.g:M •' Jour. Pharm. Pharmacol. 27, 434-36 (1975) (in English) *1975, No. 14, T-7 5328* *d*. Tobacco analysis (chemistry): ` 0~ ~ n ~ ~ Z i s 1 0
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50333 7617 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QC 451 An 1982 (ed. ); NMR SPECTROSCOPY: NEW METHODS AND APPLIL'ATIONS. Aroerican Chenical Society, Divisions of Analytical, Organic, and Physical Cheroistry.Joint SyMposiuM,Atlanta, GA.81. ACS Synposiun Series No.,191. American Chemical Society.Washington, D. C..82. ISN = 5466 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 2 6
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50333 7673 , THE SOCIAL COST OF TOAACCO/TORACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/RRC)*.CHITIS/ TOBACCO--FRANCE/SMOKING & HF.AT.TH/ LUNGS--CANCF.R/HEART--DISEASES(ISCHEMIC.,/ MEDICAL CARE--FRA;vCE/IIEALTH CARF./, TS Le cow t social . dutabac T.F. COUT DE LA MALADIE, 2/ :. . ~~~~~ ... Profosseur A PUniversit6 do Paris-Dauphine Martine Bungener Charyde do recherches au LEGOS Francis Fagnani Maitre de recherche A IINSERM Gerard Dumenil Maitre-Assistant Universit@ Paris-Dauphine ,3:2 Aned
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I 50333 7599 . ., . SMOKING HABITS--REI'.INQUISHINr:/TORACCO--SMOKIPIG--PSYCIiOLOGY/ NICOTINF.--PHAR."IACOLOGY/ ' 77 X. Ze RJR CLASS 140. PAMPHLET 77 X Ze 7.eidcnberg, P.; Jaffe, J. H.; F.anzler, M.; I:evitt;'~Af."D:; Langone, Vunakis, 11. V. (N. Y. Psych Vtric Inst., N. Y. ; Brandeis Univ., Dcp. 13iochcm., Waltham, 21ass., U. S.) NICOTINE: V OTININE LEVELS IN BLOOD DURING CESSATION OF S:SOF:ING. Cornprehesnvie Psychiatry 18 (No. 1) 93-101 (Jan.-Feb. 1977) (in English) ; (1),Scrum cotininc dctcrminations of1'cr a;iicthod of'verifying smoi:ers' ~ testimony rcoarding initial smoking ccssation and lon;-rangc abstinence. i (2) "fhe availability of a rapid and scnsitive assay for scrum cotinine opcns up a tivc roles of nicotine and the possibility of awidc range of capcrimcnts on the ry•l ~ psychologic factors in compulsive cigarette smokine,/ - ~ . ~ ~ i J.J.; I
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50333 7605 Junc, 1975] • , NOTES 73 IX Re ' S.P,2 ofcvoslucosenonc ' A1CIo OitNIS1II, Eriko TAKAGI, and hunio KATo IIUl.1.L'rIN OF TIIE CIIF:AtICAL SOCIF:TY OP JAPAN, VOL..41f(G), 1959-1959 (1975) The Optical I>voLatory 'spcrsion and Circulai Dichroism Gahal Rutorch Inrlitute, The ,Jafian ToLauo & Salt Public Corfioiation, 6-2 Umegaoka, (Received Dcccmbcr 27, 1974) Synopsis. The ORD and CD of 1cvoGlucoscnonc were mcaslrcd in ordcr to clucidate it% abnormally large [aJn value of -524°.11 The complicatcd pattern obscrvcd K•as considcrcd to contain thrcc Cotton cfi'ccts-at 357, 231 and 207 nm; thc filst one at 357 nm seems to bc raponsiblc for thc large [ac]p value. In bur previous paper,') anhydro sugar homologucs, T such as Jcvoglucos-in (1,G-anlrydro-(3-u-glucopyranose) ° (II), l,G-anhydro-3-dcoxy-(1-D-glucopyl:lnoscn (III),'.=1 K and Icvoglucoscnone (1,6-anhydro-3,4-didcoay-(3-n- , glucopyranasen-2-one) (IV),IA) were dctcrniincd to be the prilnary pyrolysis products of cellulose using Curic- - point pyrolysis-$,a,s licLuid chromato ~rapll ~. ~ m~o~ul 4 IV was first iddrltifi~ bf-IIa4crd Ft al> irG 1973; i~ ~ `7 _ abnonnally large [x]U'ralue has l)cen reported to bc -4G0° (C1IC13, c 1.0)') and -524° (C.JL.Ot-I. c 1.01.1) Alidori-kn, Yokohama 227 ly'ej
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~- ... v. . - - . w/ NrdG / • f- irr w.vK / :+ 6-Y Yiy e.l ~~. u Gvsd~~~.~..~..`'~~ ~P=~r~J""F[v~~y.E,er.eiy~ a-os1~ ,C S r8M11 77 di!/~~~-Y~-~~ P.LAA000r-f r V M . • THE PTTAT PLANT PRODUCTIOY . /9 Q 3~ I l%zL Or' LEVULX&' (D=nUCTOSE) , 0 a Comprehensive Reports . C~ 3 fl 4 fl ••f1 • 2 I t~~; l.• b The Utli•rnrc-i+.. ..n i...
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' NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY/ -• 50333 7618 ~ . QC : 451 Le 1974 2 C. ; j- TOPICS IN CARBQNL NMR SPECTROSCOPY Edited by G EO RG Er-C: rLFV'lh` . Department of Chemistry Florida State Univcrsity Tallihasscc, Florida Volume l; 2C/y7G); 3Cly?f) A Wilcy-Intcrsciencc Publication JOHN WILEY & SONS, New York • London • Sydney • Toronto 14 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 a 3n o n 4;~ t 3 2 7 • ,
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, . 78 III Pv-7R Cudx~lll~lruJr h'cfcurclr~58 (1977) 79-87 50333 7606 : Q Lascvicr Scicntilic /'ublishing Coriipany, AptStcrdam - Printcd in Dclgium PRLPAttAT1ON OF 1,6-ANi-lYDRO ,4-DIDL•OXY-fI-D-glyccro- HCX-3-L•NOPYRANOS-2-ULOSE KEVOGLUCOSENONL•) AND SOME DERIVATIVES THEREOF . FAED SitAFJZADCH AND PETtR P. S. CJUN ' ~ Wood Clranisby LaGoiatory, Department of Clunlishy. Unloersity of Montana, Mluowla, Afantana 19812 (U. S A.) (Rcccivcd Dcccmbcr 10th, 1976; acccptcd tor publication, Dcccmbcr 21st. 1976) I,6-Anhydro-3,4-dideoxy-p-D-glycero-hex-3-enopyranos-2-ulose (levogluco- senonc) was prepared on a laboratory scale by pyrolysis of H3P04-trcatcd, Kraft wastc-papcr. The aldchydc components of the pyrolyzatc wcrc removed by reaction with '5,5-dimcthyl-1,3-cyclohcxancdione (dimedonc), and levoglucosenone was obtaincd in 3.3% yield by distillation of the remaining material. A variety of dcoxy, ~ keto, and branclud-chain sugars was obtained by reduction of levoglucosenonc, and . ~ by its reaction with Grignard reagents under diiferent conditions. 1NrRODUCr10N n nr3ryr lysis~fcc~lulo3e rc ultsrin transglycosylation, dehydration, and subsequent ~ decomposition and charrtng Icactaonst" which provide a variety of compounds. In ~ + rP.P.Cnt ttnrlirc 1 4.anlwArn.'l Q-iiiAonv.. R , . . , t
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. )kl._.•- - 50333 7616 • CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL ORGANIC/'.~1IJCLEAR MAGNETIC RESON'ANCE SPECTROSCOPY/ CARB0N--ISOTOPES/ , QD 476 Le 1972 2 C. - Carb~~~-~3 ~~~~:~: ;r ~ ~~~metico pumimpice f 0r Oi ganic Cali Elm8s :S GORDON L NELSON Gcaeral Electric Corporate Research and Deretopmeat WIIEY•11lTERSC1EtaCE, a Dirisio7 of John My & Sons,lnc. Ncw York . london • Sydr.er • Toronto ~ --- . t 3`;t5 ~ O~n4 na 2
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50333 7608 lTnE 2 .;: ,'4~~1,Wp7o5e--~[aAMIfac tuce cr g l (L ;F ) r:e Una.vereity of Colorado, Depsrtffient of Chemic:J. F,r;;incerin3 T1;;: FiICT PI,.'.:TP FFiGDUCTI0N OF L°..i~''.ASE (D-FRtiCa3SE) 53• ihe GaiNaraity of Colorado, Departil.eat of Chc-acal E'n;;inecrf.ng ead the Scgar : eaearch Four.dation, Inc. '951 @c_ioua Pages ?:aa York,• t7c»? Yo-'+~ ~....R.>.....~ 1
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-r.uuoc,~~o rV aL~/0~ll~fbi~.• ! Q95T) •.:aar hSZ-LSZ `£ 'ox ozovrucqd fla Tvyvaax Sofri,IQ erlY ':~Si'IC9YZ?'NI O:ldo5av :w n'rX E:~~1111iCS"oI4 S4 MRSn3 6t9L EEEOS , .. . ..~ ~~~r , (S96T)' haZ~
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50333 7589 • VI Re 79 S P 9 . ; ~ Carcinogenic Effects of Di(2-hydroxypropyl)nitrosamine a~d .391 , (DHPN) in Male Wistar Rats: Promotion of Pancreatic 3a v'2 Cancer by a Raw Soya Flour Diet "/y a 4QTyC:~.'EW6AN, R. G. [t. MORGAN.3. S. BRiMACOMBI:. D. f1OPW0OD.G. COGGHILL& K. G. WORMSLEY Depts. of Pathology. Chemistry, and Therapeutics. Univcrsity of Dundcc, Dundee. Scodand \ . Levisoa, D. A.. Morgan, R. G. [L. Brimacombe, l. S., [iopwood, D.. Coghill. G. & Wornuley, K. G. Carcinogenic effects of di(2-hydroxypropyl)nitrosaminc (DiiPN) in tnalc Wistar rats: promotion of pancreatic cancer by a raw soya flour dict. Scand. J. Gastroenl. 1979, !4, 217-224 Di(2-hydroxypropyl)titrosamine was administered to rats fed raw or heated (control) soya flour diets. The group fed raw soya flour dtvetoped hypcrplastic and adenomatous pancreatic nodules and pancreatic adenocarcinomata. We cenclude that a diet of raw soya flour augments the carcinogenicity of pancreatic carcinogens in the rat. Key-words: Nitsosamine; pancreatic cancer; soya flour K. G. Wormsley, bLD-, Ninewells Nospual, Dundee DD2 (U8. Scotland 0 13In ~evi6is rArtsqkl. 1a) wdshowfid thga dt of soya flour, so that hcated soya flour does not stimu- raw soya flour produced hypcrtrophic and adcnoma- ' late pancreatic growth (3). These rats received ._..' -~J.-/,,.. -.r.......... ....t~. :~ .1... .... .............. .....1 .......1-1.. ...........:.n...nl :..ii...;nne 4 A 7 ml At I
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50333 7587 80 II E -80 Y ~~ S.P. Contemporary Psychol. 25(8) 647-8 (1980) ~-v~-1•;~ ~r-t,~c.,, Physiological Psychology Without Biology •CbarktTti Lefintbal, N The Physiological Approach in Psychology. Englewood Cliffs, NJ.: Prentice-Hall, 1979. Pp. xiv + 466. $16.95. , i n Re4ieTOy{ by J'.. P. P 1acsa2 Charles F. Levinthal is associate proJes- sor of psychology and co-director of the PbD program in applied research and evaluation at IloJstra Uaiversity. Se earned kis PhD at t1e University of Micki jaa. LevintkaYs primary research interests are kc+nispkaic speciali:atian, conditionin j and /earnin j, and bioJeed- back. G. P. Frommer is professor of pry- ckology at Indiana University at Bloora- injtox. A Brown University PbD, he did postdoctorat research at NIafA, Yak University, and tke University of Micki• ' jan0,frro~a~er,i.r avtkor of a chapter on srM(tad sa~ ra S. Fia jer's Recovery from Brain Damage. I x the years following World War I Morgan and Stellar's 19S0 text doff nated the area of physiological psycbc ogy. Although it was quickly outdat, by the revolutions that occurred neuroscience starting at midcentury wi the work of Moruui and Magoc Eccles, Olds, and others, only one oth ;eneral text (Wenger, Jones, & Jon,
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50333 7604 ANa CGimira Aradrminr Nrirnrinrum Ilunganrar. Ioinoea Yrj .:u -.ud 1.i„~ ~---- . PRliPARATION ANl) INVI;S''I(;Arl'IO N'ION OFV ~litiVIS 78 III Zat ACID COMPLEXES, XII' :~ 1NVbSTIGATIONS ON TI1E CYCLIZATION OF 1.j,3.4•Tla'RA-ACFTYI.-lS-n LUCO- PYItANOSF: INTO 2.3.4=PR1ACi-TYL~LP;VOGLUCQ$AIYFa Z7- (1'RF,I,IAfINARY COMMUNIGATION) E. 7.AItA-1tAC7.tAlY and Gy. DESK (lnatitutt of Experimental Afrdicine, Ilungarian Acadrmy of Seiencei, Bndapeu) Received June 3, 1977 Rcccntly we published [1, 2] our investigations on the mechanism of the reaction of TiCle with pentaacctyl-#-D-glucopyranosc and 2,3,4-triacet.•1- levoglucosane, respectively. Our working hypothesis in the investigation uf the reaction mechani--m -was that a study of the structure of the so-callcd initial complcxcs formed from the starting materials, and that of the complexcs isolated at a later point of time of the reaction. \Vlll v1P.ld 1niA1'nlAtinli nPrmittinw q A~ ~ n n 0 2 f 3 1 3 I
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, J 50333 7615 . III Du2-74 • .S.P. Su AtiloyGiUclc;i, Pharm.D., and Howard lhicintt-aub, f'n.7.~ ~I bsuffalo, N: Y. ,- Departrnent of pharmaceutic•s. School of Pharmaeu Slate Uniccrsity of Neio Yorlc at Buffaio .C1in. ]'harm::co1. ;~. 12 134-42 (1971) Drug . disiribution and pflarmacologic effects Drugs wl:ich mot:e rclaticely sloudy in and out of body 'eompartmentr thereby u.r.for pharmacolinetic characterutics of a mul:icompartment system and elicit a considerably difcrcnt time course of pharmacologic effect than do drugs u:hich ore distributcd in the body crtremely rapidly. The time course of pharmacolooic e(fects in rnt.lticompartmcn ( systems is eonsidered here as a function of dose and cilc of action and duration of repctitice dosings. The duration- dose and inlensity-time potterru thus ob:aincd are consistent with the rerults of clinical studies. dn appreciation of thGse relatioaslups shorld be helpful in designing ejrcctice and safe dosage regimens. • . 0:j a a fl !1 ~). 1 %")' 24
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RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QD 39 Am 1981 ~~(ed.); Terpstra,D. (ed.); 50333 7620 COMPUTER NETWORKS IN THE CHEMICAL LABORATORY. American Chemical Society.179th National Meeting, Symposium. Houston, TX.80. American Chemical Society, John Wiley & Sons.New York, NY.81.(IN : ENG.) 0 3 0 0 0 02 1 3 2 9 ISN = 3155
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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGI 11O/ CH]1R REACTIONS AT PULVERIZED 6CW1L lLAME CONDITIONS J.~ L.x. Chan, A.l. Ssrofia, J.M. Beer Energy Laboratory and Department of Cbemical Engineering INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM O J.11. Levy, L.X. Chan, A.t. Sarofim, J.ls. Beer DISTRIBUTED FOR INTERNAL USE MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY. MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED.
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Q S: F 1~: U U V U S' Q (Z'o`'.) 7 •x •n •3".L . •TYng :wi; .482so,oqj YZ.) =-•Jr'!/yti O •J a`r.:,n X.r .r A 1 \'yI. M a! ;::u?:, Lv~`( L~~ C:3. .~ p~q e'l, .7.~Y6~l.Gi/ ! •~oyZny •~r e.Lx~ul;'f.~taZ:,~ t~ C w -. . _ ... . . . . A t LZ9L EEEOS
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. ~~. ..•. , 50333 7612 / ~ .. . . .:.. 81 X Lel NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 11 X Le l - ".4, Carron, L.; Young, K. ' hilip Morris, Inc., New York, N. Y., U. S.) - STEREOSPECIFIC NICOTINIC-CHOLINERGIC RECEPTORS MEDIATE THE PROSTRATION SYNDROME. Neurochemistry Psychopharmacol., meeting, paper, (1981) (in Eng) ' Abstr. in: B. Psychonomic Soc. 18, No. 2, 79 (1981) v 8:00-8:15 (388) Stereospecific Nicotisic-Ceoliser8ic Receptors Mediate the ~ Prostration Sysdrosx. C. ). LEVY. L. CARRON, & K. YOUNG. , ;;;PPhilip Morris R Studies were conducted which demonstrated ~ that (-)~iaotin~ times more active than (+)-nicotine in pro- ! duan8 the prostration syndrome in rats, as characterized by Abood et a1. (1978). Furthermore, the prostration syndrome is blocked by preinjection of inecarnylamine hydrochloride but not . O 't ~ Q n r1 by Vtinje~tion ~ heymet~onium chloride. These results suggest ~ J ~Jthaf~he brostjdtior~Zya ome is mediated by stereospecific sicotinic-choliner8ic sites in the brain. ~~
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78 TTT PY Amtrican l.ah. 1971, 57-f,5, ct. 1,071 \!aporpn.ase ;Za ~=~--,~ 2 ~~ ~/ ~~~ ~`' I I • 50333 7614 for effluent identification & reaction studies By Stanley F. Sarner, Gary D. Pruder, and lWWWWOO. . NEW INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIQUE is nOW ~ available for GC cffluent peak identification, for kipetic studies, for micropilot plant studies, and for the investigation of heterogeneous catalytic reactions. This technique is vapor-phase pyrolysis, or, more precisely, the controlled thermal fragaten- .tation reactions of the species in question. This 'technique can, in most cases, provide an unequivocal determination of the structure of a GC effluent peak, and in'otbers can provide infor- •mation that is not obtainable by mass spectroscopy, infrared, or other techniques. Coupled with other •analytical methods, vapor-phase pyrolysis can be •an extremely powerful addition to the tools of the •analyst. • In contrast to bulk pyrolysis (the pyrolysis of sqlids); vap or-~hase pyrolysis has proven to be e~Ctrera,ly, lr-eprbduckle o$er Ai wite rzhge,~f ay- eratinQ conditions. It hac alcn heen ct,na+.. 0-+ sample can be• introduced to the system from a preliminary gas chromatograph through a selector _ valve (as would be the case in effluent analysis), or it can be injected directly into the instrument if a pure sample is under study. The injector port also serves as a point of attachment for any other samplerentry mechanism desired. The sample is then moved by the reactor's owa- helium flow through the delay coil, through a by- pass valve and a tubular reactor, and then through a thermal conductivity cell. ' The delay coil is provided since the GC effluent flows into the system under control of the GC 1 analysis flow, and delay is required to allow for the valve to be returned and the system placed under reactor flow control prior to the samplc's entry into the reactor. The bypass valve is provided to permit system checking and to allow for analyses under r
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,. _...;.,....-... _...... ~:.. _. 50333 7611 III MeAS 7 2 .P. 19J1 Jo.rnd.tHh.oc6®i.v- Vo' If Ifts o tWi Av ..e. h hi W ' G ie ' N a , , r . a p u r. u~ I - . X~V") ( " PERMEABILITY OF THE BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER • sj -, ~ TO FRUCTOSE AND THE ANAERO°IC USE OF • , • FRUCTOSE IN THE BRAINS OF YOUNG N.ICEt " i JFwx iio:.owACl: Trr„itsrov,C«sAs~L.tw, Simu K. UrAr et*t and EuzAsm M. Jo`•es I • I Edw-ard htallinckrodt Depar.mcnt o.' P.•diatrics, N•ashinYton University School of Medicine, 1 and the Division of t:euro•azy, St. Louis Children's Hospital, St• Louis, Stiss. 63110. U.S•A. . ' , (Rersked 1 FsE.aary /972 .teccpted 3 March 1972) ~f r Ahstnct-Fructose Iests wero determined in p!asrna and brain of S- to 12-.'ayold mice , j at intenals areer the injectioa of 30 mm•J: kg intrapeatoneally; controls roceivod NaCI, 73 nmeotlnir• in normst amnuts oram tructose tncrcaSed very slowly despite a rapid nse in plasraa levds (1:3 times the control vatue in S min)L At 40 mirn the cerebral kve( wzs 1.54 f 0 23 ttunol `k;; tie eorresecnding puama tn• el Mn 37 1= 4 S ma The data su est , • t;g that fructose can se:ve as a source ot energy so tnc t•ran in times orcrt:ical oeed: dt:nej Insutin nypot:f~.emta brrin fru::aie ir.::r?sed to only 0•89 ~ 0•0S mntolrat durinr tne saaK inrerval (40 min) de;, Ete ptastr.i irv:cnse ..hu, eyual to those tn control anvva:: 0Nt1 n ti t, 2. 1 320
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50333 7628 RJR CLMSt3 N0TEXTBQAK RC 261 Le 1982 MKOIATCR9 CF WMAUIOR A4D PHEAM; N0p6A§!A, 93 . Cledr'sPr p#4MoaleA3.New Ye`r-k, NY.d2. «N > EMG, a I5N =55 t 03 4 0 n 0 2 13 3 7
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I / i i RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QD 281 Le ~(ed.); Atlas,S.M. (ed.); Pearce,E.M. (ed.); FLAME-RETARDANT POLYMERIC MATERIALS. Vol. 1 (1975); Vol. 2 P1fnuM Press.New York, NY.(IN : ENG.) 50333 7636 ISN - 1579 0 3 n 0 n o 2 I 3 4 5 / I
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Z.()U () U E (I . , . :~LV~ rYt~y JcC.*1a ta 0 A5L EFFOS f I
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50333 -lbJz i ?re sGl6p~ia6. v. za__ aQ. aa, l5 -ip1 Oil/) t'e°rtaniott Press ,0,,PlSnted~ in the .S.A. I ACTIONS OF A~ ICOTINI; AGONIST, OMPP, ON INTESTINAL ION TRANSPORT INrVITRO f 81 XII Ta ~Q Q l Edward J. Tapper and ~~ Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI 53226 Gastroenterology Section, Medical Service VA Medical Center, Wood (Milwaukee), WI 53193 (iteceived in final form October 27, 1980) St1MMARY High-dose carbachol (101' M) has previously been shown to cause NaC1 absorption in short-circuited rabbit ileum. The mechanism of this ~ effect may be norepinephrine release induced by carbachol activa- tion of presynaptic nicotinic receptors on adrenergic neurons. Norepinephrine then interacts with postsynaptic a-adrenergic } receptors on intestinal mucosal cells to stimulate neutral NaC1 f absorption and inhibit electrogenic bicarbonate secretion. The ~ present paper examines the in vitro intestinal ion transport effects ~ of DMPP an pgent~whiy~ i;,mo~ specific than carbachol on nicotinic f~ 3 0 p oow~ bc,Ii;ece#~torb 9MPP 10'' M) caused a transient increase f by prolonged depression of the short-circuit current, in- . . . _ ~_. . _r \ r
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50333 7633 1 . ~.-r.~..~.. .... :_; ~VI k1CT • 1 MG.i 1. f thT . Brzo zk D~.nut Che::,ln r.1.Aiit,o'na b, 551-5$ (l9u1) G+j~t wc'.aills w~L ~+C?!~?taCQ t~e~f,~~: U~ l:il'~,^, 1 S.""s F' n- > ~; i;`.:oaski ~ Jerzy Platek, arid II'el •°•.d a ` a Q;~ n n fl 1a ~~~~~
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1~,.',.'... 1 50333 7625 1 -so A -o~. 2 7- FA(%1"ORS AFFI:(-TItG Ti II: R[I'P%OI)UCIlsI UTY 78 IIX Pv-7R YROI.I'SiS GAS CIII:OMATOGRAI'IiY (PGC)' Cl:+rcncc J.1volf and $mfa'I~alx'vjrv ~ ~ /993) 0 --..MPRNI McDonncl.' Douglas Rcscarch Laboratnrics 1dcDonncll Douglas Co:p., St. Louis, Mo. 63166 INTRODUCTION Tbc achicvcmcnt of intcrlaboratory rcproducibility in PGC, similar tu tbat of IR, - MS and \J:1:, srill open new possibilitics for aualysis and greatly cxpand PGC's , Wity. \urr:aliicd pynrgraau obtained under stand::rd coaJitiuns could be com- % ptlcd and used as refcrenc: spcctra. The ac:umutatiun of compited reference data wdl pwrrnit lltc dc%tu~:tiun of modes of th.rnial fragmentation which, in turn, could be used far intcrhrctatiuu of new pyru,ranu not listcd in the cotnpi(cd data. To . brurg ab.r,it tile rcallaat/Un uI this potential, tile PGC subgroup of tile British CC Discussion Group Bas urdcrtakcn a dctailcd study into tile prublcros of intcrlabor•r- tory repruducibility in PGC (1). It stwuld W cmphasized that excellent gualitative and quantitatn. intr,~ l,boratury reproducii~ility has been achieved by many workers 0 3 ~~ n O ~(2)~nd t{arcf.Sk alyduld not bd coniuxd with problcros uf intcrlaboratory rcpro- ducilrility.
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,?u,f33 ?6qZ RS 7§ Mo 1~~1 p.M a ". V.q" Ad7r+IMrMbn MedKM C~. MrmpMa. Twn.Nw. MsoeGMft OoM, wW PiWw" d MmO/Ok». IAN.wft a Tirww.w Con" a hWnpM&Tonn..". AND Tf4ER94PEUT1ld Ik@E ENCYCLOPEDI wift ~ n~QoEnrter omcummxm ~114~ ~ d01W/N. O.g.PA~~. A.P~1. i U3 nono 2 i t-_ _s--I YORKE MEDICAL BOOKS 068 FIFTH AYENUE, NEW YORK. NEW YORK
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-.1 3s4 1b2T - XXZ1 M€1%-78 S.P, Jaur. Occupnt, Med. 2A(Ne. 2) 116-117 (197-8) Meat Worke r's Asthma : , +S~~'Jftat~dN~I~lI~:Na 1. Sl6r'cy, ht:N:; Ana B. E: Plisslihn, !'Ii.l). A meat tullCv Wn0 CshuilculiCA NqtiVAcih i1f/1Wi qYlAiity Ir4 the area wt,crc price Lhc1s wcrc bcatcd. was ch.illcnl;cd .Vi/h Ihc inhatalion of thr rrnistions (rf hratt•d hritc (ahrls and ncbuli.rcd phthalic anhtdridc. Onlv c.p•:curc to the cmissions Irasn thn cca{rd pricc lahcls cvr/kccl a response. The cprctrum of emissions /rom heated price labclsd analyred by gas cbrnma• tography and mass sprclrnmctry. was found to inc/udc phihalic anh~dridc, 2.S•di•trrt-amyl quinone and dicycfo- r hc~ytphthalatc. . ' thn i/ishual a/r.ieAiNq air1r a 14' (• 111r tr• N1± im iml t"h/irnl(,Y)Ip~h 4IMIIIln7 INrNllll INIn rq U•l llfn'nt 1•1)Iti~N w f.tm1h• h1.11uy ui .t11'•rl,V ra .t.tlmi.l 11x• pa.t Nxv wa% umrrm.uk.tbk•. flw• pl»•.N a! /•ta+mnatKm 16%.1 within nnnn.d finWs .•xr opt Itu rx.tlnin,rtr•ln rg th• l1 wa. ayrnnv•lucal vrltlnann. but cxl)uahnn L.t. %IiI;htls• 6rrath cr„IrnI. wrrl• vr.n uLu and Ilw•rr wrtr nn a .iurnd.. I.Ih. K.tsrxy ri.lt.t Inr luth•d a II•uiall.tr cr„Int ni a ntxm•d cGttr•renti.d. llw• chc•.l u>rntt;r•nrry;r.lm.va<wlt lirrots. 0-3 n n n t~ ~ 1 3 3 6 , I
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'K•-•'•- _ . .. . . . ~ . ...., ..,...., _... -. -------,-.._..~...... _ . __ - ..... _ . . -:~_..._...: --- ._,_.. ..:.i-~:~:._... . :~:: _ _. .. III Du -75 , ~ SOCII;TY, JAN. 21, 1911.'\ S.P. Jour. Physiol. 42 3-7(1911) ~ Sudden death under light chloroform I \~•-""'`_ anaesthesia. T3y : (Preliutinary Commtaucalion.) : . Prout tke Besearch LaLoratories of the Aledical Scleool, ' • U:fircrsily College Hoslrital. The sudden dcath of animals undcr properly established chloroform an.sthesia is a comparatively rare event, but I have had experience of nine cases of this kind in c.us in the course of experiments in which the blood-pressure w.-4 being observed. These dcat6s occnrred very suddenly, but I«as fortunate in obtaining two complete tracings in which both respiration and blood- pressure were being recorded at the inomcnt of the evcnt. There is however sufficient evidence from the remaining incomplete records to show that the cases rescmblc one another in impm•t.1nt plrtir,ulars. The nnimals were all cflicicntly anirsthctiticd, but thc an:r.xthcsia was of a comparativcly light dcxcril,t.iun, the rc:rcrntagc of vnpour aclminis- tcrcd ranoina from 0•5 •/, ur to 1-5 •/,. '1'hc helrt f•uiurc was ul,suhitcly 'b 50333 7610 '
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50333 7645 HEART--DISEASES•-TEXTBt?OKl .4 Llpopfotelns; ~AtheroscFeyosis an(tCoronary He-art Disease Edited by 1V.E. MiLt,t.x attd%N*;1i#ft Department of Chemical Pathology and Metabolic Disorders, St. Thomas' Hospital Medical School, London (Great Britain) 1981 ELSEYIER/NORTH-HOLLAND BIOMEDICAL PRESS ~ AMSTERDAM / NEW YORK / OXFORD I i , An a~ ! 3S4 0 !
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1 50333 7643 z 1 2 71 $:. 1951 'An yasFrrlii~et? r.~f'~tilicft(lo~p h~ tNE }ic+ak Pr'st„~ilh)Fthi 13rjfst6i4, IEit, !tt w1Eii udeltttfirtu2 netCs fnr tmCricnr. 1. BookDinding. i. Title. Z271.L593 1957 " •655.45 686 67, Library of Congress c58f5) .4 fl3a 4 pi n -; ~ 1 ; 3 I
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,Vkl'-'-' C. R. Acad. Sc. f'aris. :. 28.--,3 oc(ohre 1977) 50333 7623.:. . ; . •..: SriclJ-829 VI Re9-78 S.P. TO'XICOLOGIC. - Clude in vitro de l ilr/ina de 1'oxt•dc• uilriqrte NO srrr !u courbe tle dis.rocicrliurr dC l'oxti•/tc',runclolunc. Notc (*) dc Pierre BourEwn, Guy Bompart ctTlpRxTbww prescntcc p:tr M. Rcnc ~.t4 A:,i•'y, d2/ .. 0 xc,edr.-- t.v~ ..iyl ~ x C Danslcs conditions dc no; cs.a is, :.uxy.Ic aaoticu tc modific Ic p } fiori au~oir ox d p quc u sang. san s variation siFnificativc dc la P 50, par Is formation de methcmoblobinc ct dc nitrosomcthcmoglobine. br die toitdilionr ojour usse~•s•. R'irric O.rirle rlrnu.~es Nrnmglubin Oa.r.rrri Conrhinir;c l'rnrrr (OCP), N•ithout crn)• sigiuJirwrt wo.mrrro/ P 50. ht J%anmtiun oj .S1eNreru.,globin rrrul uilrosunr~•1Gcrnoglobin. l/lLYiltil.ol~ Dans une preccdcntc Notc ('), nous avion. mcntionn~ que lc NO diminuait in vilrc. 1'al~initc de I'hctnoglobine pour lbx~~~i~nc dans Ics conditic~ns cxp:rimcnt:~lcs dccrilcs : mcsnrc de 1'O, de mclang.cs en proportion vari: b:cs dc san+; ~Icsox.;o:nc, d'une part, de sanb normal ou de sang soumis d iaction de NO, d'autre part. Parmi lcs h}~pothcscs pouvant cxpliqucr cc fait, 1a formation de mcthcmor,?obinc ct dc riitrosomethcnroglobinc est it cnvisaclc:r. ("cst Ic propos de la t~resrntc Notc. Dc plus, nous. avons I;cnsc quc 1'cnrceistrcc~~cnt continu d~~ la )'02 au cotns dc I'ox}•gcn:ui:,n progressive cl'ccltantilluns de sanc~ tcraoin di~sox~~~tc:~c, et clc sang tr:titc ~lans lcs cc~nciaionc (Iccrrtcs ~ ci-:+hr~s par Iu NO, rcrmcttrait de m.icux suivrc l~c phcsromcnc. C'c•st l:t taistm p~~ur laqucllc ~ 3(~ r>~ts t,1~i us~j,rnt'y~s aIres.~ a.~i iii ty4thcxic t~roh:,scc par l.ui4i Ro~si-!tcrt::irdi et co!!. qt~i utilis;::tt ct~tl:n:. a~~cnt c1'~~xy,I"nation 1'aci~litia~t hrc~rres`ivr dc 1~_O_ cn )~rc;c,.ncc ~1c ! V a c
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------- __ 78 X Re2 79 50333 7609 S'p' I ~. N410AT NO. 2. 7. n~4~,{NT7 AGCtSNON'Np. EPA-450/3-76-022 a. TITLt AMD sUsTO T" . wcw41 D+*6 Data o lpprov 502 Oxidation in Plumeso A Review and Assessawnt 5 of Relevant Y.echanistic and Rate Studies PIPPORw{NOO,1GAwllAilON GODa 7.AY MO~~S1 ~a's.: Lovr (Battelle, Columbus Laboratories). d J H le R K .IIn~ONMINOOAOANIZAt1ONAt~OATNO. r~1 ~~.Il }Gl . Orewes, an . u s . D. P. Pa11/O"wINO OAO %NIlAT1ON NAwi ANO ADOPl3i G. IR wAM lL w N Battelle, Pacific Northwest Laboratories 2AC 129 Battelle Boulevard CQkTAACT,GAAAT • Richland. Maahington 99352 68-02-1982 ~ / 1L NONSO111NO AOiNGY NAM( AND AOONEff t7. TTIt Of 11fPo11T AND 1UMOO GOYIeeO Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Pl nts ~ leetsic Power a [nvironwental Protection Agency Reaction Rinatics Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 Sul-ur Dioxide MatheYtlCal hodels 11. $wr69w&NTAlIr NOTfs . , T . TM scientific literature pertaining to the oxidation of $02 in power plant plsns is reviewed. Aqueous phase, homogeneous gas phase, and heterogeneous g4 phase neehanisais are considered, as are actual plune studies. The reported r:es varj over a wide range, which is not totally unexpected due to the highly cc=.p:ex nature of the oxidation process, and some general conclusions can be dravni 1) ' Recent pluaa studies, in general, ind:ute lower rates than earlier ones, and also suggest a coincidence between the reagpearancs of ozone in the pluae and oxidation of 502. . 3) Gas phase studies indicate homogeneous reaction'of 502 With ON radicals and heterogeneous reaetions catalyzed by lead and lron to be perhaps the sost significant processes. 3) ' In the aqueous phase, the reaction is most effectively catalyzed by iron and io~~qs~esa,t~and aaeDnia plays an inportant role in proDOtinq the oxidatioa • spy s(~jeta ni~ high pH. ,,..........._,...... ~ ~. _,....y........,
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. ~ I%;*,-_•- , 50333 7651 z 675 l Le : - ., Latii4s; ~hast4r°M.; 1963 SYECIAL LIBRARIES. UO-W TO PLAN AND EQUIP TiiEM. (Special Libraries Association Monograph No. 2.) 1953 117 p. Special Library Assoc. New York ,.__-----~-----
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1Rkl- -V• - . XXI MeAS 7$ S.P. Arch. In. Med. 13J!(9)1175--7(1977) 7intravenous Fructose Treatment of Acute Alcohol Intoxication =- Effects on Alcohol Nletabolisml , & r#i_,.kD4 IPH; Tom Elo, MD; Irwin B. Hancnson, MD • This study was designed to determine the efficacy of the intravenous administra- tion of truciose in the treatment of acute alcohol intoxication. The study was pro- spective and double-blind, with glucose serving as the control. Treatment with glucose and fructose was determined by random selection. Fructose administra- tion did not alter the clinical status or rate of alcohol metabolism as reflected by the decline in serum concentration. In addi- tion, a significant elevation (P < .05) in serumr ~uric acid an~ tac,~ te ~,evets) occurr~p In !~e paienlsi ree~elvin 11ru~,J tose. The results indicate that fructose is of no value in the treatment of ar.ntn The present study was undertaken to determine the efl'icacy of fructose in hastening alcohol tnetalrolism, and to quantitate its eliect on lactate and uric acid production. For editorial comment scc p 1121. SUBJECTS A14D METHODS The study group consisted of 20 male bjr-e~, tM %•c~; the ages of 1R and 70 Jharsyl•hn~~crc•1frought to the Cincinnati General Hospital emeri;: ncy department for tre:ttnent nf a.•..t.. ~'.••.t.- --. n_ 50333 7626 r by the hospital pharmacy, and indisti f;uishable in appearance. The patien medical management and decision as when they were to br, rclea.sed was dett mined hy physicians other than the inves gatr,n. Blood specimens were obtained prior (0 hour) and one and two hours aft beginning the administration of. fructo or giuco,e. The samples were centrifug, immediately and the scrum stored at -20 until analyzed for concentrations of aic hel, lactate, sodium, potassium, chloriu CO„ urea nitropcn, f;lutamic oxalacet tran:aminase, 1lctic dehydrogenase. a14
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i 6 0 I .L MFGfllNTCAt, 9NGTN99Tt1Xqy-H!lND8()®K3y MANUALS, ETC. j MOTCaR ~ ~~+1AGPtgNT/ w R 14 , 50333 7646 - a ~CW414 W ~0 ~61011" ~ f 9 U , 123 Le A " . i0» ARCHER ~; ~,~ ~ 0~ E ~ ti ~„ ~ ~ u ~~ ~ IQIW H t~':c ~Pa z Edited by BERNARlJ T: LEWIS, -P.E. -f NNd, /ndustria/ Engin.ering Brancb, Msintananca "/sion Neval f.cilitils Engine.ring Command Ahsrsadrie, Viiginia 4 McGRAWHILI BOOK COMPANY N.w York St. Louis San Frsndsco Duss.Idorl Jo Kual. tumpur London Moxico Montr..I Now Pdkl Panama S:o Paulo Piris Siagopon Sydwoy Toronto Tokyo and J. P. MARRON Formarly Vic.-Prosident. Fradarick R. Harria. Consulting Enyina.rs Naw York. N.w York , 1 0:30 0 n,0 2 I 3S5 I
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.. l ~Z.'. 1 . U. s. TO$AeCO ItvDU5:'RY , IN1)U$TgiA;, JA].NT (:ot,'WtiTTr, O . 4-1 v~II PESTICI.DES/C: I:' LEk'IS/w'. !r'. MF:NI'LI . Rc6 (1970) S.P. R. ,,t. Roy-co'da Tobacco Co., Pesearch ttn3 r1rcduct Dwc:1ormeti: Dcpaztments, 5c;jork:a Irct'o:.-r.!stion llh.~i3lan PESTiCIDCS, A CO:.LECTZON OF XNI'Q:,r"•ATION : 1490 A CoUcction of Ia:osmaaon Ww~ton-Sg~r,~, N. C. 50333 7648 0 ..3a 0 0 6 .~ 1 3S7
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lV1,. -V-_ v ~...,...._ ~.._~_~, ~.-._ 50333 7655 SAI•MO`;ELLAJ FEEDS/ ANZMALS--FEED/ UNI VERSITY OF NOTTINCKA M Nutrition Conference for i Tc~d y Manufacturers: 5 'fff Ha NRY SWAN Ph.D. ` ~ DYFED.LE1h IS.D.Sc. • &A°d ~ ~q~14~rJ Sta.,a Srue. l~ . flQp 1971 CHL'RCKILL LIVINGSTONE 1=7 F.d;4burgh and Ld,,,. . . 0 3 n ~ n ~ a i 3~ 4
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Vk.. - .- , . . W SECOND EDITION AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATIONS Extension Institute ; .. _ ,.. . . . T--~~.... p n~'i 2 1 3 6 5 _. MANAGEMENT--PRACTICE/ , Getting Res/ults withJf'ime F 50333 7656 Carl Heyel Revised by Management - i
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__.,}-- _ _ _ . . _ -- 50333 7647 ArItiah Aontal iour.. ~2,(11)3:53(19 lzz ou2-77 P.P«a gy.<~~~~~ ~ L~~Ni~§I~ 8~ ~~1}fit~iefte SIR~==I'tkfitiN thC RfifTllnl{tratlPn e+f 4hnit ititvnni efricl-4. t3it}+on hnd hylt3thanE tiirritfictie-s in my dental srirgcrd. a prmgeni tiiJoui h-Ic eecurreri freirt time to timc: !t was natieesfatc by all thr tif~tf :+nd even by fiaticnts in the ivaitinp=reom. TSie ;mcll ioas strony anc! !rnii- ni~teent of ifie 'nitrie aciii od<wr' of chem1<try ISf+:tii5' teries. TH friet thctt the odonr iiianife:!et} eqclf nhfy on rr,y premises and did not occur when my aux2'4ncu- apparatus was used in other denral surgeries ballicd me. Eventually, it was noticed that the smell only occurred in the presence of a lit paraffin heater. When the matter was reported to LC.L, the tnakars of the halothane, they informed me that they were aware of this phenomenon. Apparently, the bromine atnm in ! the haloth::ne molecule is released in the presence of I any na'ced flame ard it is the bromine gas that is j responsible for the odour. It setms to be a litt!c known fact, for none of the fttll- tirne hospital ana:sthetists to w):orn I spoke were aware of the possibility. Birmingbam. Q J iI o n li 2- : .3 5 iq BttYetv LEwis. I
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"`+ ft.A!It,§ tr nr V-V oSia:;S o:t GltB~~a e: 4 PA., by R,~itl&xd te«ts etid Gf~aftl~Ii~r ~fb~~ i0i Y~l pdgee l4gAgeaAd Pk#As lao. Nevi yot't~ .. . 1- 0.7•:~ --,~r-. I
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ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH ASPECTS OF SELECTED ORGANOHALIDE III He9-79 COMPOtTh'DS :DS: AN INFORMATION OVERVIEW S.P. R. H. Ross ' 50333 7657 , Prepared for the Re earch Applied to National Needs Program L: B. Yeatts, Jr. c8'w$.1'T:eGi18."`!,* G. A. Dailey D. D. L. S. Harnden C. Michelson 1K. Frogge ~,fNational Science Foundation ~ Prepared by the OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY Toxic Materials Information Center Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 Information Center Complex ORNL/EIS-105 July 197 , operated by 8 UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION Contract No. W-7405-eng-26 Information Division for the DEPARTM.NT OF ENERGY r ,;. L ~ 3 n A n n 2 1 36 6
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C.%3 Tr, r .nj. , ",' 29'l'J. 50333 7653 -..._,........_~,.-.r.-_. _ -.:....... "-~•u..-.......r . . - ; : : . ~.•} .. in C NHE 111 S T 4 ' Cum~.S~:.ive tssue 1971 C'.omp:ied by D.A. Le;ids E.S e., Ph: tfCl Plastics Givision Welwyn Garden City2. -.,Puhli::hed by The Chemical Socioty . Lcrscico. 1971 2 36 :2
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50333 7649 TOBACCO--ANALYTICAL METHODS/TOBACCO--PYRAZINES/ „ VZ T0-75 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET_VI To-75 s.p. ' S.P. Br ht,• M. N. ; Larson, T. M. ;vfiWff;'T.'~ _ - illard Tobacco Co., Greensboro, N. C:, U, S.) SHREDDED TOBACCO, ANALYTICAL METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF PYRAZINES AND ALL'YLPYRAZINES IN' Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 29th, paper -(Oct.9,.1975) (iii English). ~ *Keywords:* pyrazine, cured, constituent; _ 2 h d i tuent;. _ pyrazine, ,5-dimet yl-, cure , const ~. pyrazine, 2-methyl-5-furyl-,.cured, constituent, ~ _ pyrazine, 2-acetyl-, cured, constituent; pyrazine, 3-ethyl-2,6-dimethyl, cured, constituent; . , ~ : pyrazine, 2,6-dimethyl-, cured, constituent; _ sugar, reducing, cured,'constituent; • nicotine, cured, constituent; aspartic acid, cured, constituent; proline, cured, constituent; i lysine, cured, constituent; histidine, cured, constituent; " "s _: _. . .. ... _arpnine~ F~red, . cQn~txtyent ; Q +~ 'Q o n ~ :~ ~ .~ S ~
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50333 7661 , i i m~ssI n QC 311 L (o/rb f ~._......_ - -:--- .-'Lewis, .GiltiPrt AIewtW1875y~:" Thermodynanics nnd the free energy of chemical ~ub- stnnces, by Gil't;Ert Newton Lewis ... and Merle Randall ... 1st ed. New York tetc., .1ScGraw-Hill book company, inc., 1923. zzllt. G53 p. diagrs. 23} cm. "Publications by the authors": p. 617-(.0. 1. Therniodynttmlce. 2. Chemistry. Physical and theorettcai. r. Randall, Jler:e, 1SS&- ju:nt author. , . QC31 LT:4, L.brary of Congress '•, . i t3_w=2t I t >__._..,.._.. _.~.. 0 300 A 6 2. 1 3 70
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TR Ilk, - _V-- 835 • 50333 7650 L -~se+*!swt~e~fcr`~'~i ~ Dticrorecording; industrill and librarT aPplicntions ib Chester Df. LeNcis jand) 11'illi:un Ii. Offenhauser, Jr. \'e~ I 01 L 778.315 Library of Congress ~-~ Ia57f410y 0 .3 0 0 cl i1 2 1 3~ 5 9 zi, 456 p. lllus. 24 cm. Includes bibliographtes. York, Interscience Publishers t19561 ~ 1. Microphotography. 2. Jflcro8lms. 3. 3I[crocards. hauser, William H., joint author. n. Title. TR835.IA5 L Olfet 56-970
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Ilk, --- - - - 4 c- mn~ 50333 7663 QD 51 L mim LABORATOR7C'PLAI9NING FOR CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. 1962 522 p. Reinhold Publishing Corporation New York 0 3n0 n 0 2 1 372
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,*%,, • -y• - I .• i . XI Re,-78 S.P.. . 76 50 333 7660 . - (McMaster Univ., Hamilton, Can.) w RJR CLASS NO:— PAMPHLET 76'XI~3te-78 s.p. IT'S NOT SUCH A COOL IDEA TO SMOKE MENTHOL: LEWIS. McMaster Univ., (Lewis, G.) News Release, Hamilton, Can. (1978) (in *Abstr. in; Hamilton Spectator, 1978, p: not given (Feb. 14, 1978)* t English) DtENTNOL CIGARETTFS deprive smokers of ~iealtA~ ' ' n d it h ~ h ki ~ h y t s an c roa y ~ ac nq coue ,~ warnings like . - - - - - ~ - - -... - _ . : . . .. _ y_.~.. a, ~~I 0 ~-~ t~ 2 I 3- 6 . ,
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i I I / ...4...~-.........wne~ % -'. ~/ 4 j , t.tJ 1l30 a(fellsvlag the retr.e*cctlrt+ et.Ifes ef Vywlct a.d CrwLae; psll ud 001% sad Le.is at •1). Altrst .11 .f the sle ct=,.rctte sasts.rs .d tt.e lrea o.S.rlty .f tlte fesle cigarette e..ler. !a err .tdT lesaft swski.g etsarettes lws lef.re tMt Iete. TMerefers, tUe s.blccts here clssslfter s'Iev T/w cigarette sselets, vere, vlth fev eaceptfews, pers.us vAs s.ekd '1tsk" T/M vr 1a•dtd'T/M etg.rettes fa .asy lesrs sd tbea svftcfN tn '•awr' 1/lt'elRarettes. ]t appears that 1y wde1ws they soue.rM.t reJviceJ tt,e 0 3 ci n n..- n~). 1 3.3 8 50333 7629 gECENT FINDINGS CONCERNIIiC CICARETiE SHDKING. Oidains ttusaa Cancer,' 1.eeting, paper Cold Spriags Harbor, Nev York, (Sept. 14" 1976) - -- -•~ ~; .,1 tAaericaa Cancer. Soc., Epide/aiole Stati.t. Rts. Dept., Nrr Yo~rk, N. ?., ; ,:. .. .: . ., . . • .. ; • ; " NJR CLASS No.P 76 Z Ha, A,asaad, E. C.= Cariinkel, L.fSeidnaa, N.; . . . t N 76 X Na} SNOKINC AND ffiEALT71/TOAACCO--SHOKINC--HEALTH EFFECT/TAR/ CICARETTES--NICOTINE L(nl/CIC.ARFTTF.S--TAR.L(7"/ t _ - - . _ , s Clt.rettes vit• rehcel tar awd wlcettwe were wet lac.l.cet .etta the ~ • . .. _ . . . ~ '.~. / ~ . . _.._ .~..___...,..... .~, I I
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, . . • ~ 50333 76541' _. . ., . . ,.. 74 XXIII Re-74 Metallurgical Rev. 6 143-192 & 12 plates_(1961) 731 THE PRODUCTION OF-NON-FERROUS METAL SLAB AND BAR BY CONTINUOUS-CASTING ., _ A.ND ROLLING ~~THODS - ._ ~ . By ~y~: LL~'PIS'~; bS.Sc., F.LM. YNTRODUCTION • . . . . ., ~'.'• TnE term "continuous casting" as now applied to a wide ranga of methods and machines is correctly descriptive of only a small number of techniques. In this review, only those machines giving truly contin- uous operation when linked zrith other processing stages, and in full commercial use at the present time; will be described. _' A continuous-casting machine ~tizll be defined as one "capable of ^ontir_uous production cf :z c.:z'., yz:,dr.ci, until replacement of some machine component, e.g. • a steel belt, becomes necessary". This definition then covers the Properzi, Rigamonti, _ PortcrfieId-Coors, _ Rotary Strip-Casting, and the Pechiney-Lobeck variants of the bclt- And-vncchinc~,th~:.I3t~nt.ox:~un~~ ~-~-- - ,. 77 Il
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~ VIII ~ Le3 50333 7659 I ~--,,.'.~.s ~^t~r'.._s ~~. 'ir:DS* !'.P.D S~RGtii.^. tl'.~ ~i Sa ~..r. a 'S I3A:.A-S£ :S SQu: CI;S OF CLLIUi..OSE FO : 1d~:.Z;Y3 by E. E, Lcwis, Do c° Carr; cnd J, S. r:cHarEue, Yertttscc:y ASric, J:xpt. Ste. £vI2. 5I5. March 1948 14 p. fieAtuc.l:y Agric. Expt. Station- i .y..~..-«......~.,.--..: j..,-.r~..._...,~,.p. . . ..~-. . i. n~3n() nit2 1 3:6 a I I
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50333 7652 - ' ' 7$ :III -Re-75 ? It1e Cosmetic Cheerutr 20- 3W..'iG7 (May _': ISIm) • . , , , ~ . 'S.P. Gas Chromatographic Analysis :. : ~ . ~ of Aerosols by Pressurized ' I RICHARD D. CANNIZZARO, B.S.,• and . : .: = Liquid Sampling . ~ sample to the chromatograph by on-column injection. Vinyl chloride was used as an internal standard fa the improvement of quantitative results. Response factors relative to vinyl , chloride were determined. Halkomid bf-18 was used as the liquid substrate, providing excellent resoiutioa, minimal tailing, and maximum speed of analysis for all components in- vestigated. Techniques are described for the analysis of propellant and conccntrate phases prior to LUiag, utilizing pressurized and nonpressurized microlitcr sampling of nonaqueous Synopsis-A method is desrnbed for the resolution of 18 volatile components common to commercial aerosol formulatioas, utilizing gas chromatography with thermal conductivity detection. Alirtures of alcohols, hydrocarbons, chlorofluorocarbons, and aliphatic halides were analyzed by pressurizing aerosol containers to 110-120 psi with nitrogen, attaching a sample-piercing valve to t.tie rrn, and introducing & 2-µl pressurized homogeneous liquid systems .. INTRODUCTION ' The majority of significant analytical procedures for volatile t~A''t1tl:Z f 36~{ : ~ 0 3 . . . • ti ' , . . . . . . _ . . . r . , , I
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50333 7666 ~l76rYI Re-78 . ~..•..~~w : RIk CLASS ::0. Pt..FiUT 76 .''.I Re-15 s.p. _ tell s.--wI vir: (Univ. Tasr, ania, T.ustralia) ~ ~ S!'0.`!I:Sa i.:;J DfiI:iKl::u ~':!'^.`;C iT: S':.;'•!I~': SLCCaP.!:i,Y $CHOOLCf ILi..^.Ei1 IMS II'+CF.EFSED D"nh;1MICi:LLY GLr2I':G TiiE PAST SI;: Yrl.! S. Univ. Tasrania (Prof. I.C. Le:•ris), ite:rs release, Australia (June 1978 in English *Abstr. in: Launceston EY4rziner; Sun-7;eyls PiGtorial, t'ell-ourne; and Hobart t•iercury 1~7', n.p. (June 8, 197E)* ; 0 3 Q 0 0 ~G 2 1 3 7* 5 *
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, 50333 7668 i I 80 II Ey-80 S.P. COGNjTIVE rSYCHOLOGY 7, 194-227 (1975) What Does it Mean to be High Verbal? . % ' EARL HUNT, CLIFFORD LUNNEBORG, AND ~ ~ Tht Univrrsity ojWashinglon } ( Almost twenty years ago Cronbach (1957) deplored the existence~ two disciplines of scientific psychology; the psychometrician who me.: ures differences between individuals without much concern for,t process by which subjects attack tests, and the experimental psycho gist who studies processes in general, without regard for the differenc between individuals. At the time Cronbach wrote, intelligence tes based on a sophisticated theory of multidimensional measurement, wc often heralded as psychology's greatest technological achieveme There were several theories of how man processes information in ge cral (e.g., the Gestalt view and various adaptations of S-R learni. theory), but within experimental psychology the study of cognition w not considered a rapidly developing area. In hindsight, the psychom tricians of the 1940s and 1950s were probably quite correct in being di interested in explanations of individual differences based on the the current theories of cognition. • 0 3 a 0 n 0 2 ! 37 /
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50333 7637 I ( / t 1 r It-++ .. ~ ...., . . . .~.w -..w.. _ . . t I • •/OURYA/.OF IYtI.I'%11:1i'CI1:\CE: ( t.n.,•r tA.rk. YO' 11, "'cY •7 tt.'n t• t 01 Ct:Ilulosc. 1. Itacuum Pyrol}-; is A. IIASCIi and MiUM.~C,~M!'hc Isracl F'ibrr Irlslilule, Jcrusal,n;, Isrc.l Synopsis The e1(ecta of rrptalfinity, oricr.trtir+rt and drgrce of p.i.merira'an on :he .:ruuru D?tdJria o( tellul•>•, h.vc txtn in. c-r~~,trJ. Nat ural• nn,r•ISrd a-wf t:t:rr•ntadr n Ilu!.•-es wtre ch.racterinrJ and the kir.ctir. rd their ar 2.i1•C studird. 1 ht h.Sh- tempcraturt .! Ihr•e r.unldr• wa., elw, invr-nc:rted by mcan• of 11=C ar.d T(iA. At .^:rl'C alt o: the !.vn.pke ::roMCV! 3 rapid• ir.iliil wcia;ht b.-c (.:inwc•1 I,) a r tinesr (weirht k~<) ' aer-.w- li:ne dc;•-t.dcnrv, E..Ih Ihe initial •cynt L•.- rnd the aulnequent rcactia•:r rate werc drl. r.•1• r.t u;x.n the ct.,t:,ttinitv nf the The re- actir,rt rate ua+ ah.)wn u, 1.c incrrxrlv 1•rnporrvnaI t•. /1,1')' ']n.1 trtatc.t t•, tEe orie:cra- tiun• }altrts nf e.•1 ori.•ut:rlinn corild .I,u be ven in the Urt: tt,rrmr gr.rm and in the :y;n•rnt ct:c:ac< of ar:ivati,.n. Re -ult, are inttrprettJ in trnns of ptc.Lal.le mteh+ni•r.u of t!re w,cAlalynd y.•r.J% ri•t of celiu)oK. I1'THOllI;CTIO\ The finc Atrut•tttn• rrf t•rilulv>t• ha+ bectl cxtrn=ivcl% • mudird by ewide varict)' o( tnMltrcl<.' " Thv e-tal,Iunctl ba-ir h1r]ill^tr9, 6: ctV=talti-ki;y N .111 C,q1•i~?••frlS~! 0 3 s~ ~ n 0 2 1 3 4 6 1 73 III ReZ-7/r The Llfluctlcc of Fitic Structure on thc P. rut .-iti '' S,P. ' ' . ' / I
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6 L~ te n U Lt- U F_ J O _ (,S5bT) 'l5r9~r Z~.l'i'C'~s.d ~ 3 ~~'`"V •sV.aZ •f •p puv s11'fTD •Ji •0 aqpZ Pa jt'• k•oa•s0s e•1; Zo:.;u 30 ~:ic~Iz+,ima: e,d vqT. ,;; , x I OL9L EE£OS
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50333 7673 J2D ~"~^Ls aJ=`..°s- -•(Jz-~ Aticacx)- ~ ~ ~ ..~ .a..; ... 271 Americ¢n Society for Teating and Materials COMPILATI4U OF GI,S CHgC:SATCGRAF$IC DATA. Edited by 0. E. Schupp, IZI, ar.d J. S. Lc.ie (AST:d Data Serie,a Publication No. DS 25A) 1~'67 732 Pugea Aaiorican Society for Testing and P;aterfsls Yhilad2lphia I Us o nno 2 1 S a 2
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1N, • . V• - "' 50333 7658 RA 1231 Ha 1978 ENVIRONMENTAL HEfi1.TH/TOXICOLOGY/! '- 1. 1/1,/'l)11( NV _ CPA-600%1-78-026 . J. TIIIL A•;u'luUfITLE - -- I.AU:SIUM--lUA11.111! ,^ TECHNICAL itEPORT DATA (I'lewte iro.l Autrtu U~u/l un Ibl• rrrrisr hr/ure cn~nf~l~•IHIC! 7. . P.evicvg of the Environmental Effects of Pollutants: IV, Cadraium > *Ziitm1~ieGinn S. li.immona, Jnmes l:dwnrd Huff, Helen M. ifraunstein, John S. Drury, Carole R. Shriner, "Cts'% I airX'e4 Urauford L. Whitf icld, and L_ci}lh E. Towil l"" `' ~. PERrCJ1NMINC: V/1C1AN1ZA f 11)N NAMb AND A00/1ESS Information Center Complex, Information Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 '1. R E 11 '~rl ~../ ~ ~~[rrrsss~-~ RCPORT UAl E ~. June 1978 6. Pf RFQRti11NG ORGANIZATION COO N PE RFORMINC; ORGANIZATION REP. 10. PROGHAM ELEMENT NO. 1HA616 11. CONTiIA'Cf/GNNT NO. IAG D-5-0403 12. SPCINtiORiNli AGENCY NAME AND AOORESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT ANO PERIOO CC Health Effects Research Laboratory, Cin-ON Final Of f ice of Research and Development • 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA/600/10 Cincinnati, Ohio 45219 This report is a review of the scientific literature on the biological and environmentnl effects of cadmium. Included in the revie-4 are a general summary and a comprehensive discussion of the following topics as related to cadmium anc specific cadmium compounds: physical and chemical properties; occurrence; synthesis and use; analytical methodology; biological aspects in nic:oorganisms pl4nta %0ldqnc~i"doTt~stjc %imga'.1nd hllmans; distribution, mobility, and persistence in the environment; afsessment of present and potential health and environmental hazards; and review of standards and governmental regulations. i
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50333 7669 , IWe 3. t:"'Author)~.. (1969) , ~ Rowd, P. N. liF-i.i A3•tiD HASS ik.Aji:jifev ii Fr.u:•i A ST`G3.E Srrir.RE Ytd Ald EXTE."?3I`,`E F'T.AVInG F'wt.T:.J, by P. N. F.ave, K. T. Clracton s,W J. B. Lewis :xenc. Inoti. Chca. Eng. (Loadon) L.; (No. 1) T14-T31 (1965) 0 0 .-'j 0 i t'i n- 2 ! a.7 .$ i
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• _ ~ `Kkl' - } . - 50333 7665 ~ Pr5 ~ (1969) ~ ELLGT:'.uh SPIN R:SMUtiCi 0.? STAI3LE f.1:0MIYIC RADZCE.L uiF.&;.'"'r.DZATFsS I;9 PYROLYSYS, by Y. C. Lc-Aa and L. S. Singer Curron 7(Na. 1) 93-99 (Feb. 1969) C) 0;3 i, Q~i C1 ~ 1 3 7 4
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.. ..• Re2 Levi t --- -~ ~ 50333 7675 14 (1968) Ilahczao, A. ' DZa^Obi: AIZU QiT[`y}JP.zi?OLK POLJ1iT,Zr1BIL1:TZf:S oi? ATC:SS AiiD t:OL:CJLBS, by A. Da18'1?o uud J. T. L,e.ais Froc. Roy. Soc. (London) A240 284-292 (1957) f 0 3 n0 nri. 2. 1 3.8 4
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50333 7676-•r---W ed. L ~ . '~ M~' ne.TS ~'ne. University. ~~ tTniversity of Maine lectures on pulp and paper mnnufac• M ture, edited by Lyle C. Jenness and John Lewis. New York. Lockwood Trade Journal Co. t1951-<: ; v. Illus., ports. 30 cm. Series 2 has title: University of Maine industrlal lectures on palt and paper manufacture. Includes bibliographies. 1. Wood-pulp. 2. Paper making and trade. L Jenness, 41c Clayton, 1304- ed. u. Lewis, John,1fl18- ed. TS1050.1I3 l^~ 67C 51-62134 rc% ' Library of Congress U 3 tl n 11 d 2! 3 r3 S
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. 50333 7671 ... C.A.ad-. J&,- .`/'syt,~a~ ./' (#/) 39~- y/0 (1943) EFFECTS OF HEIGHTEiVED AROUSAL ON fiUMAN 80 I I Ey-81 &xpLORATORY BEHAVIOURI D. E. BERLl^.~TE wxc _MI38~~~ Untu.afty of Tmnnto A r.-gn Foa FUSrua zti-vasacAaox of relations between exploratory be. `: haviour and arousal processes is indicated by a number of recent develop. '' ments (see Berlyne 1960, 1963a ), particularly (1) evidence that ex- : ploratory responses are commonly aocompanied by indices of inaeased arousal, (2) evidence that arousal is affected by stimulus properties that attract exploratory behaviour, and (3) theories that attribute at least some forms of exploratory bebaviour to a state of curiosity or exploratory drive. So far, attention has been concentrated on increases in arousal . produced by the stimulus patterns that evoke, and are targets of, explora- tory responses. If, however, we are to learn more about the role of heightened arousal as such, we must investigate the effects on exploratory behaviour when arousal is intensified by agents•other than the objects to which exploration is directed.
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I I 50333 7639 , / 74 n[II . 712 JOIJtitIM. Or 1'Ot•rMGI fGEKCt Ay.r r01. t'- Mi-:M7 a17q lte-75 r • ~ _ . Influence of Fine. Structure on the Pyrolpsis of Cellulose. III. The Influence of Orientation A. BASCH and -ms Is.nel Fsber Itaalit>,tc, . latiaale.e, Isrosl s7a.Psis 71s eRot3s of .rieatatioe t.pna the prrdys•s o( cepu{u+s w•ere investipted by tt:i+W a atrirsel myrn tibers which diRered ody ie orieotatioe• Ttse inicid.eirDt foes .eea iu 1oipIc.pest.re vacuum pyrotyssi+ is due to rro0inkiat iw the k+& o.dered rexioas aad a..ho.rn to be a irstorder reactioa .rhoro rate .aries directly with the degree of rie.tatios• 7be extent ot thea reaetioa deerta-es with ieereaRisg orieatatioe sod i+ tree* r related to the amount of dur formed at hisher temperaturer. Tbe hulk pysobvis rste iocrea•w with iscreasiet oriestatiow. D6C, .ie qyrolysis rates, a.d l..agrco"a forwlioo were al.o tttidied. I. Parts I and II of this investigation,'•t the effects of both cr.<taltinity aad orientation on the p?•rolyais of eellukoe in the pre-encr and abtrnce of =3 rn a-ttc!tudicd. It was shown that inere&-tin6 orientation 3'cccleratea ' the rate of vacuum pyrolysis of ccUulme and aLso inaca.-" the tcndeacy to.ards Ic.-c+slucwan formation. In the pre"nce of air, hoMevcr, incrcas- g inb oricotation decrcasea the pyrol.'sis rate, appareatl- b.- limiting the pet.eabilitXof the cellulose to oxygen. Since these effects of oricntation . WQ11 # ;
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50333 7684 I QA j 276 1` L 4e 1977 ! ~ Maps and~tatistics Methuen & Co Ltd p 3 o A n 0 2 1 3 9 3 ;zisJ - ~,. -
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50333 7682 t1A miS6~~~ J ~ -rS~ & - 7X rev. ed. New Tork, "Flaslimeter card." to be used with exercises, laid In. "Alphabetical checklist of recommended books": p. 403-406. h `.n;'1o, How to read better and faster. Crowell E19511 - zri, 476 p. tuns. 21 cm. 1. Itending. i. Title. P.XS3.L4 1951 428.4 51-15?~1 Library of Congress ~' rF,002j .. . .~ . . . --~---- - . . .. _.... - . 0 3 0 0 11 i1- a 1 3., 9 .. t
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REF. Q 143 Fo 1975 50333 7680 THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY Edition 5 UOtiutK. tT, i.E.w Editor PATt/GA BOWEILS AND TEItAT•DIAKE BEC[, AftlstOnt Edi1o/J Aoslydal Intcoductioa by TrtoxAS R. BvntMAx Compiled by THE FOUNDATION CENTER Rrblis/c.ed by . THI: FOU:WATION CENTER New Yock • 1975 , 0 3 0 0 nr;2.1 3 8 9 ,~
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1 . rk.•-`-` .._...:.._.~.• ... ~ r_ ~ .__.~:_.~.1__~.._.. ......, Contribution, to the t- * landbook on Seed ''estino, *prepared by the Association of Official Seed Analysts. 1 srEI3S ~ .1949 ' . . _ • . r.. - • . . 'r r . - by N:,,, _evAS.4 . 74 •II As GCf'1~II~~~.'~~ T~~~4 ~ ~ p~-j' Y 1-j~ x~~~~=~ ~ C~~~~f=~~.~ k.. t Y.. t.l ~... t.. ~ ~ t....r t~ a.. I ~f+q...~.~n...
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.7vj33 7630 > `.,..~..:~~.._a~"..;,,a.....~:.•.« .. -~ 3 r!qr.;?i-N?:L oF r14Ylii:ft ErriEiiC-t:: 1?ttqWr Pttai#+ftt t: iiFiRR . Vp(~ #l: $A93-3(el fl'~z1 7 3 T T T A@^-7 ~4 if 17,Ct ~14g wvfjfi> €,r Vi.r1€ '5t-ppotin. i,ii itic, PypHtj. . i1i Air A. I3:tSCII 3A VAMNWi he I~rneE Fifte-r Instittite, Jeruscilern, IsraEE ~yttvp§iss ~'rie Prrb7j=Qs e( P+rriRFB ccilnlt,~~~ itt air af °3)6G ir.~m sittdicd• The pyio'y~is ~-rr~ MttttA cd nFi~r iiF`t:8rRfr l inlrttr?, trffti thC ftte r"c+iThtant.§ twrrrla;cd a'ith t}ic Ctt'~ttll}n'r- t't"rs, a9EtifYtiiihi ttni# arre:Yik{litie~ c+( ±he ~nm~le i. I ftF teitifta Are intcrpretr'h ih trrms ot yu wt~,ref-~y.:,IpsHA e1G~i+ir°t~~~~l`inrinitt't !!t~ s ~e:~iiilt+~' e:f er.;rg~tt ta tli~ eti1tlN~~i@ determining the rate of pyrohsu. The production of levugluco~an unoec approaching combu:tion na; shown to be a function of the cn•3tallinity and orientation of trllulose. Some levoglucosan appears to be produced from the less ordered regiona. INTRODUCTIOv In Part I of this stud}•,' the effects of cr3-stallinity and orientation on the vacuum pyro1y:;is of cellulose were reported. This invcsti~atic,n has bcen extended to the effects of these parameters on the pyrol~sis of cellulose in 0 3 0 0 i102 1 347 r
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50333 7664 79 X Le , , . r,i:~n a, at v . as F. T~~£ C}lA?~GING SCENE: DIETIAG, VI'fATi1NS, ANALGESICS, ALCOl30L, S?tOKING, AND HOBART SECONDARY SHCOOL STUDENTS IN TI',S:•SANIA. Med. Jour. Aust. 2(~Io. 14) 632-35 (1978) (in English) A conrpirison ofthc results of c.urvr•.ys conducted in 1971 and 1977 invn:inc~ sccond:rry t school students in Hobart his been rn:rc:e. It frcvcalcd an incicasing intakc of alcohol and f vitarnins but a dccrcasc in in.~lr~esic us:r9c in both lsexcs. f cmale stuctcnts wcre smoking rnore ; 1frcquontly and nroro heavily and more of thcrn twcrc on_wcight-rcducinq dicts. 7hcsc r,tiu(ts TOBACCO--ALCOHOL--RELATIONSHIP/'. - SMOKING HABITS--TASA4ANIA/TOBACCO--SifOKING--P~SYCHOLOGY/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 X Le ~Rayner, K. .:. Tas.) Hobart th Child Heal De i (t'i T indicatc that 111c kincls ot I:c~lth education in use ,- at present are not effective. ~ 3 ~ O c~ ~ 7 I S 7 3
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50333 7662 . 73 X\i Rc-73 Bri:ton3a 19 (2.) 152-160 (1967) S.P. TEP.PEh'ES AS TA:i0:70;1IC ClIAR1CTEF.S IN SAT.VIA SECTION ltiJ7IiSERTLA. ,'. . -tl•ct.t.ttat a .% f^ml:unf:x, JK. T:n:Lc..i,rr. 11. A. Jr. (S.ur Fcrr.ar:un \'atic}' St.rtc Co1h•;;.•, \urll:rici,c, Cali- (ornia) S ll. Lctli< ii'ni%er<ity of C:+liivtt,ia• i.n; :\ne,!h•>). Tcryrr.cs as taavnomic ctur:rct.'ts in S.d,ia >rctirrn .I:i.avnia ]7: J: _-16J. .. A stv.r; of trrt+cnr t4ifirrrn;.~ in Oi. 11) oi indi_cnnu. to Caliiorni.t and )t„j.t C.r'~ort:ij >a_..-t+ that id.utiii.ati~+n l•i +tacic: is pv-<ih!r s~rlvi~ on thr .br.wl.•ri•h: cuu:J>,•>iti.•n ui krl•c. cs. }'u*rLrr. diii.rcncc: i,ct>,acn tlco inlto=tCS:t::, !~k'(ir~ lS. :u1d S. n:rl:f!rrQJ are st:iL th;rl tcrptaC5 maf bC tr.atcd a> cl.aracter> irun: %l•L•ith IryL,riJ i:uiiici atul Listvpam: nray hc for- • nrvlatrd. St,tti•tiial crtr:l'.Iri:ou of t6c: data lrith thvic irvnt morphulocr sto%t's a :ipiiii: nt corrciation. . • A 5y-stcntatic sttliI_ Of the occu!'CCttcC of variGtt; nioAotcrj):nc.; in A!:'ta (L;ttii;:tle) wa~ initi:ttt•d to detclnline thcir u-ciultlc:: a: taxouantic cllaractcr: ancl as nlail:cr: for ?tlk11C, of lI\'tl:/tlt7.:!ti~111 .lP.ll l/ltri+;l'C:•$ir_rit. 7Cl'O'•11CJ wCl'C clin^Ca fli:rtU;c t:1Cy arc 1alGitt: to i::a1;c up :r l:u;;t• 11crct•nttrxc of tnc c<-cirti:rl oiJ< tl.;tl •irr' tl.~ t;t:iv;ts 5j)iC1C'-'t of S')l;'trl (it-ztJtrC11\': O(JOr; Jnd Vr~:+ilZc : ccU:dtc and ('iliclt.'lit is P:r;:lLac tarlril.'Jl the 11=P of chfWr`.ati),laj+)'. CWlfi i 1ii111j)1S bal'C j1C•c'rr raalc lci r.I:lc tcrjl:ltc contt•tit to tttxcturytiir in r'r.ti~cs grot,,s c,f p?unls (Swaiil, ~Giri; :~~~fUa tC Tt':IICr, InuJ), fl'11' h:2t'C' :• ~t"ili.:C'::III flCafS1I!~ ltrY,lit t:lCfrt:~+n»: ' . nOnG 2 1 37 1
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11 50333 7674 :~ ' COMPIITERS--CHEPtISTRY/CHP,O'r(AT(N:RAPHIG ANALYSIS--TOBACC(}--S?tOKE/ TOBACCO-SMOKE-ANALYTICAL METHODS/ PAI~HLET 77 IX Sl • S N0 ' " + ; . '. RJR CLAS .r Sloan. C. H.: Lewis.~T4%S. ; Morie, G. P. ~- ennessee Eastman_Co., Res'. Lab., Kingsport, Tenn., U. S.).; COMPUTERIZATION OF THE GAS-PHASE ANALYSIS OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. ~: ?.: :~1~;' Confidential manuscript*to be"published in Tobacco Science, 4 p.` t 1; (Jau. 25. 1977) *Keywords:*'carbon;.activated, filter,* additive; Aethane, smoke, consclcuenc; Vlacetyrlene,' smoke; constituent; u i c ent; onst t ethane, smoke, _ propene,,'smoke; constituent;.= -; . chloromethane, smoke, constituent; 'propane, smoke, constituent; :_ "inethanol, smoke, constituent; ':acetaldchyde, smoke, constituent;` • butene; smoke, constituent;.- ~ . ' ,. ethanol, smoke, constituent;' • ' wi o.._._ ....- ....rr.r.e~..1.. Za I
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50333 7672 TGUCCO PAC"MCSICU SCUM CARLLIUt~, L;r S. 2L kc.irl, Co::35r1 ?, ta'.:W3on, ard G. Daay be.3.er. C:tc:,~an Awio. Co7.lsga, Atnot:n M (rariacd 3560) 3.cl ". I'e~..Kt:citq ZSwa C?ewan Agr''c. Co2IeSo CI m:S,L# S. C.
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50333 7679 • TASTE--TESTING--METHOD0L0GY/. ..y-0 ' J. lnst. Brew., July-August, 1977, Vol. 83, pp. 244-250 78 V Pa ~ ~ SENSORY QUANTIFICATION OF BITTERNFSS AND FLAVOUR OF BEER DURING STORAGE* BY R. M. PANGnORN, IVI,,'T:UWI* AND L S. TANNO$* (Food Science & Technology, University of Culifornia, Davis, California, 95616, USA) ~ a Recelved 14 December 1976 Sensory techniques were utilized to measure bitterness and degree of liking for commorcis lagers, and to quantify aroma and flavour qualities of two sets of experimental lagers. Significan. negative correlations were obtained between sensory bitterness and degree of liking for 17 com mercial boers, by inexperienced as well as by trained judgos. Sensory bitterness was posiUvel~ correlated with E2U values, with both measurements negatively correlated with beer ago. In experi mental lagers, BU values decreased with increasing time and tomporature of storage, but sensor bitterness, as determined by trained judges, decreased only with storage time. Increases in maltv ethanol, and skunky arorroas with time of storage were accompanied by decreases in hoppy, musty and wet cardboard aromas. Bakod aroma increased sharply with increasing storage temperaturc In a second set of experimental lagers varying in pH (3'7, 4•2, or 4•6) and/or headspace gas, sournes was markedly affected by pH whcreas baked flavour was significantly stronger in beers with 02 tha in those with CO2 headspaco. The data are discussed in terms of differences between analytic: and consumer-type sensory testing, and in terms of changes in aroma and flavour uttributable to iso Ot-acid content, pH, headspaco gas, and time and temperaturo of storage. Kewortls: ai~nra(~+eer()9avjQr, ZAsorj me&satorfle, lasting. f • five days. Bottle codes were recorded and samples from tt same lot wCre used for sr.nenrv analvcie anri fnr k:re.r,..,oS,i!n: ' r. ~4..
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..,........,.. ~,..... 50333 7685 73 X Cl y`'~C~'~G Vu1.~tI'~'S--r~LINyLnSHING /'S--r~LINyLnSHING/ TvBACC0--5MOKING--PSY(JiOLOGY/ ... .. ~ RJR C' .ASS PA-'iPHLET 73 X CI' Claiheru, w. L., d Hcmblc, S. (University Md., College Park, :id., U.S.; L1aiv..Ga., Athens, Ga., 8.-id Univ. Ky., Lexin7ton, Xv., U.S.) STMOLL'S S:%:.,+TiCN* AND S`IOKT.NG: -A RGVISIT. Jour. Clin. Psvcncl. 28 3) 415-19 (1972) - in F.nglish *1973, No. 10, W 4235* *jt* Tobacco analysis: . U.,3 n o n 0 >. 1 3 9 A
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or. clarenee J. Wolfe ' - 78 111 •Py .. . .. yR o , . b t . ^ '~ .. . ._ .~..... •... .r '~=``-: ° ~ ,,,..,., °` ... , 'i ` ' . , . .. _ . • (17V?D~naT~G2A/°f/y N FEBRUARY 1969, a large meteorite fell near n,a„ayrr' itified. Pyrolysis tem- ; • Pueblito de Allende, Mexico. Analysis indi- , dtepnical h,~i~~,re~s,ea~ch from 500 to 900 G cated that more than 50 different oraanic com- ~~J.)1:irvW partner for gas chro-;- : pounds were present in that meteorite. The associate scientist rotysis dcviccs 'can be ' technique used to obtain this data was pyroly- • andlohn Q. Walker gas chromatographic•`I sis gas chromatography (PGC), a relatively associate scientist ;ty and a suitable gas ' sim le but versatile method for anal McDonnell Douglas Corp. ' P ~ng or- Researck La6o~atories :an resolve a pyroly- : ganic materials. .• . . y specific pattern of :• ~•Pyrolysis gas chromatography, although a pirasJ; ur f,yrugram. rrcent analytical technique, actually is a com- ' .: . ~d fhlifl prenc was isolaterom te pyroyss o natura rubber thereb , y id til y i cn ng i a s t t h e monomer i c 13 ~fo-y3(iy~i) • NQZiM This materiat auy be protected by Copyright Law (Title 17 U. i i• bination of something old and somethin; new. .Pyrolysis, or controlled th;rmal fragmentation, has been.used for many years to elucidate or- ganic structures. More than 100 years ago iso- - unit in rubber. : . :_ : Gas chromato g ., ra p h y on th e ot h er h an d , _ .!Ss pinra w* ffyie ~ thF laa i.%ye4 as the literature, for example, almost equals the f an extremely powerful and sensitive analytical number of publications dcaling with t1lc tech- =method-•but witn limitations. The material to nic.L. As a result, intertaboratorl reorodu:.i- 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 desi;ns. The ease with which a system can be constructcd, however, has becn a mixed .. blessing. ~ - Thc number of units describcd so far in
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yf(. , n 3:f.8 .6 . ~ I •.JQC MeP-~+-7 5~ 50333 76r7 ; . i is.9E -~ ~~ ~:~E~:~~ i~~;E E: rEC?5 I~i'J SAL~, :8~`~EL~.AE - • - . Q,:JD S?, 1:~ L=CODS. . : 1. B.1uwIO1: I:! P.M-MUGcRAiCD FOODS Amer. Jour. Public Health 51'(1)76-88(I961) ,, Ph.D. Robert Au6eloui, Ph.D.;. Milton. J..Foter, Ph:D.; andMWRIe~-a The popularity o f precooked, ready-tb-serve f oods as well as tlie use o f various devices f or dispensing and vending f oods have tended to complicate the prevention of food-borne diseases. The studies : - presented ~eTe' deal with the.behavior microorganisms under .' _:~. . . . : refrigeratio>r and urtdcr uarm holding temperatures. / ~at.ess perishable foods are refrnger• -which inhibit the growth of pathogenic -V ated properly or otherwise preserved bacteria. , from the time of harvest to their final Epidemiological investigation of food- 'preparation for, table service, they may borne infections and intoxications usu- snpport the orowth of food poisoning ally shows that the foods in quesiion and otherj infectious microoraanisms were contaminated and maintained at Csthlt havc; ,inadr•ertently contamin:.ted temperatures favorable to multiplication ,
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Vlkl • .ti- - 50333 7686- . . , . NICOTINE--METABOLISM=-IIITHAti BODY/NICOTINE--PHARNACOLOGY/*iICOTINE--ABSORPTION/ ~ RJR CLASS NO. PA. 77 X Ar "SP2ILET 77 X Arl 1 Armitage, A. K.; Dollery, C. T.; George, C. F.; Houseman, T. I1.; Turner, D. M. ~ (Royal Postgrad. Med. SCh., Clin. Pharr.tacol. REs. Gr., London, Gt. Brit.; Tobacco Res. Counc., Lab., Harrogate, Ct. Brit.) .A•BSORPTION AND METABOLISM OF NICOTINE BY rL1N DURING CIGARETTE S*fOKING.. Brit. Jour. Clin. Pharmacol. 1 (No. 2) 180-81 (1974) (in English) *Keywords:* nicotine,.stnoke, constituent. ~ Yhe central pharmacological effects of nicotine are t thought to play an important role in the tobacco smoking habit (Armitaoe. Hall 1F N.forrison, 196S). ~ Using cigarettes similar to ommereially availabla brands but labelled with (14C] •nicotine, we have ~ attempted to draw up an accurate balance shcet of ' the rate of nicotine absorption during normal smoking, by the collcction and assay of nicotuic in ~ the main and sidcstrcanr smoke of the cigarctte; in the butt and ash, in the exhaled air and in the blood, urine and faeces of the smoker. Arterial ~ blood concentrations of nicotine and cotinine were measured since these most closely reflect ~ levels within the brain, an organ with a high blood , Ilowr' „ - 03 0 o 1 3 9 S : ~
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~-------_ _____ 50333 7683 1 101 ~ Le IG• .:-,...- ~ Life in a i\iesican rillago: Tepoztlan restudied; with diawin,ps by :1lberto Bcltran. ' Urbana, University of Illi- nois Press, 1951. xicii, a1_ p. illus., mnps. 27 cm. I:ibliogrnpbs : p. 451.'r:,01. 1. Tepozli:in, .llesfco. 2. Etbnology-3iezico. 3. 1llezico-Soc. life & cu-At. L'15t1o. ]H'13J1:1'3L-1 _,._ 917.24 51-11683 Llbrnry of Cuuercas \,_,/ jG3rtilfj2t 03 n 0 '1 ~~ ~, I s 9 2
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50333 7694 , f f QD ' 411 R V Rochow, Eugene George,190J- The chemistry of organometallic compounds ~by] Eugene G. Rochow, Dallas T. Hurd iandl Richard X. Lewis. New York, Wiley i19571 344 p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliograpLy. 1. Organometallic compounds. i. Title. QD41LR6 0 "547.8 547.9 57--5931 j IJbrary of Congress 1:,8d'1(h 0 :3 il n 11 0 >1 A 0 3
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. 'K• .•'• - 50333 7678 • ,: r DISSERTATIONS--NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY/ LEWIS,~`;LESL'IE~A:(RJR)~ /IE~A:(RJR)~/ ' VII Re-80 TOBACCO--CURING--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION/ , S.P. TOBACCO--RESEARCH--NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY/ Scheviak, L. A. (Lewis) (R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Hinston-Salea, N. C.) THE EFFECTS OF TWO CURING METHODS ON RESIDUES OF MONOCROTOPHOS, ACEPHATE, METHOMYL, AND Mi ON FLUE-CURED TOBACCO North Carolina State University, Departsent of Crop Science, Master Thesis 1979, 39 p. (1979) (in English) *Y.eyvords:• aaleic hydrazide - tobacco; .onocrotophos - tobacco; acephate - tobacco; ae_thomyl - tobacco (additive) _ ~Ae tffects of aro curing aet.lod tlodt on nayss of eanacrotopnos, 1 . + aceOfate, MeVoql, aed yi oa fts-cured uoscco .eft stud/e4 Sn a I ri~iteated iteid exoertwent at C1ayton. Morta C.rollna In 1977. iteld- trated. f:ue•cu•ed topa:co was cured by conventional and bulk retflods ! at tro locations. Residres cn green and cured tebacco end iosses of the pesttctdes durlsy curing were detenefned. '-~ - . .. 4
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50333 7693 ~MeA4 :.-Lewis; R. E. ' (3t. , Author) r i(1968) I?cLki.v-, J. S. i-1~L' 1'3:'w.',M?a`3T LOISTUBE FxYn'ZSZO;T 0p CLrY Y. -IRiG:;S, by J. S. doE'~a~.ng, tf. V. HueSer, R. K. FJntrL'a, cru3 R. E. LeWis Sci::ntiftc sn.j 1nduRtriral Fcacarcb Division of nuixlia,o Rsscatch Tectal.e:.Z ..'.7. 6) i9a9 56 P.nUos ^_:.=ourroalth ScicnCiiis nnd Xr,Jcs:.rzisl rr3ea1cch Crbtiai:ation Mslbou.n3, Auatrr:.ia ri n r1 t? ;!4 n
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50333 7697 QA 76 Le 1979 C0'1PUTERS/MINICOMPUTERS/ v~ayden Computer Programming Series Software Engineering for Micros The Electrifying Streamlined Bluefirint Sfieedcode Method HAYDEN BOOK COMPANY, INC. :;r'~';`ov.7rM= Rochelle Park, New Jersey Associate Prolessor Department ot Computer Scier ~7r ~ Oregon State University ,L . 0 3 o n n n2 1 4 0 6
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50333 7691 PLANTS--AIR POLLDTION--EPPECT/ ECOLOGY/AIR--POLLVTION/ENVIROHIMENTAL SCIENCE/AIR--POLLDTION--SIILF[TR OXIDES/ TECHNICAL REPORT DATA (Pleau nad lnstnatiars on the nvene before ct : tingJ 2. mEPORT NO. RA EPA-600/3-78-021 576 : TITL E ANO SUBTITIE Co ~ 7he Bioenvironmentat Impact of a oal-fired Power Plant Co s ri d Interim Re ort Monta a i , p, r 1971 1 Th m AUTHOR(s) ~ 3.A..t ,1,,Wj4:.. 44~0_ 1978 . ~?jii -P~ • ° " ± Edi ted by Eri c M. Preston and <.RoheV-;6WjRLs-- ewi iPERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND AOORE U. S . (EPA )rmll:,il.o~'~'°`.Q ~ Cc~ Corvallis Environmer~tal Research Laboratory Corvallis, Oregon 97330 - ~- - __ I97~~ Edited by Robert A. Lewis, ~Iormaa R. Glass and Allen S. Lefohn . Same PB 280 326 5. REPORT DATE February 1978 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION COOE 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT h 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. EHP.541/E-AP-77ACV 11. CACT/GRANT NO. 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PE RI00 Interim 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE EPA/600/02 COVERE /s.sUPin tnis s~rri~s Qf Peports:) tFre F'qrstl Ifterim Report is EPA number EPA-600/3-76-0 and the Second Interim Report is EPA number EPA-600/3-76-013.
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. IVX.' '`- ' NICOTINE--A3SORPTION/ Tn5ACC0--SMOF:ING-PHYSIOLOGY/ Hazleton Lab. Europe, Harrogate, Ct. IIrit.) ' (MRC Clin. Pharnacol. Res. Group, Royal Postgrad. Med..Sch., London; 50333 7687 ~.~ / 72 IX Re1-77 S.P. RJR CLASS.NO. pAr1PHLET 72 IX Re -77 s.p. Armitage, A. K.; Dollery, C. T.; Housetnan, T. H.; Kohner, E. H.; Lewis,; P."'JI; Turner, D. M. ABSORPTION OF NICOTINE BY MAN DURING CIGAR SMOKING. Proc. B.P.S., Jan. 5-7, 1977 (in English) *Abstr. in: Brit. Jour. Pharm. 59 (No. 3) ; 493P(1977)* ,. i "Nicotine in cigar smoke is thought to be absorbed mainly from the buccal mucosa, facilitated by the ~ alkaline pH of the smoke (Armitage & Turner, 1970). This process is much less rapid than alveolar ~ absorption following inhalation of smoke into the lung. ; Cigar smoke is more irritant than cigarett7c~ smoke and ~ is thought to be inhaled only rarely. The lower mortality of czclusivc cigar smokers compared with c igaretteokesuppou this suppoitin smr srso (Hammond, 1966). However, the rapidity and ~ completencss of nicotine absorption observed in the present study raises the possibility that some smokers can inhale cigar smoke. If habituated cigarette smokcrs retain the habit of inhaling smoke when they ; switch to smoking cigars then they may be at particular ccalth risk since even small cigars contain ' more nico tied tr th thttitt n anaane sronges cgarce.i ------------------------ r 0 3;~ ~ n n 2
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COMPUTERS--PROGRAMrI I NGJ For FORTRAN Programmers 4 Problem Solving Principles Problem-Solving Principles i ~ Q is : Applied Logic, h P l , , ~, syc o ogy, - and Grit ~ - ~ ~ 0 HAYDEN BOOK COMPANY, INC. 50333 7700 RodWW Park. Now Jwwy . P
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---_TOBACCO--ECONOMICS/TOEACCO--STATISTICS/ TOBACCO--MANUFACTURE & TRADE--REVIEW/ 50333 7699 - - TO"CCO--MnurncTuM 4 TxAwr,--u. s, . . 79 XI Re RJR CLASS N0, PA'4PHLET 79. XI Re , ~ ' . Reinhardt, K. A. (N, C, Dep, Admin.,Div. Policy-De .,-Raleiy,h, N, C., U. S.) AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF THE TOBACCO IrDUSTRY ON• THE ECONOMY OF.THE FIFTY UNITED STATES AND T1fE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. National Covernors Conf., Boston, Mass., paper, p. not numbered (Aug. 11 : ~ ------_._ " 1978) * the tobacco industry is the sustaining factor " ~ _ . . ____ _ .._. _.r........~J . Lhe lives of millions of Americans. The employment and income generated ~ + by the industry at every stage makes it.clear that tobacco is of tremendous ' significance in the U.S. economy_./-- 0 3 rl n n o 2 1 4 08
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~~ TOBACCO--SMOKING--CARBON MONOXIDE CONTENT OF BLOOD/ 50333 7688 TOBACCO--SitQF:E--NICOTINE,C14/ NICOTINE,Cl4--ABSORPTION/ , NICOTINE,C --METABOLISM--HiJMAN BODY/COTININE,C14--METABOLISM/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--IhHALATION/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEART, EFFECT ON/ 79 X Ar FJR CLASS NO. PAVIPHLET 79 X Ar Armitage, A.; Dollery, C.; Houseman, T.; Kohner, E.; .~ Turner, D. ~ ° (Ina. Q$$t: Gynecol.I Royal Postrr.~. Med. Sch., Clin, Pharr,acol: Hazleton Lab. Europe, Ltd,) ABOSPPTIOti OF NICOTINE FROM S?1ALL I'CIGARS, Clin, Pharrracol, Ther, 23 (No. 2) 143-51 (1978) (in English) *Keywords:* nicotine, cured, constituent; nicotine, stnoke, constituent; I ,... .__ _- nicotine, smoke, side-stream, consti_t_uentt The «Ls«rjrtiun nf air•mirrc fiurn cilurs was nun.rrrrd in 7 nrrrle subjrets ~~•lin trx•h senul,rtl ~ i a sL+gle snt«!! cigur ennt«i,unA "C•nicntinr. Tlie prnpurtiun nf ni<'ntinr in the nurirrstrcurp f ~ srn«l;e dclivcrcd tn thc srnnl,rr's a:nrdG rrus grcuJrr thcnt thnt «hscvrcdfur cii;rurtlt•s. but . % 'Me prulrur:iun nf nirntirrc in the rignr srnnl.c n•lricG was ret,rincd l.;r tGc smnker i+•as about !Gc sun:c. The tn1«l dusc of r:icatinc rr:uincd vnrird bctwctn I und 4.5 rug. iSrtcriul I plns«ta cnnrcntr«tiuns of nicatinc were as higli as those aclacvcd by cigurcnc srnoling but rose n+nre slrnrly. Srrn+c nicotiru finm sn:al! cis«rs is absarGcd by iraralution of the smakc into the lungs and son+c_Gi• bucrnl clrsurp:inn. o~ n 0 0 a 2 1 3 9 7
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74 . ~ 50333 7690 ,• .._..~. III I3u2 Jour. Drug. Iss. 4(2)162-75 (197y) INHALATION OF CERTAIN COMMERCIAL VOLATILE .; I S.P. i "` ACUTE AND CHRONIC EFFECTS OF THE VOLUNTARY ; '. SOLVENTS BY JUVENILES .j; lAcMt-W.NtA-Ph.D., Dx.#d W. Pctterson, Ph.D. fNTRODUCf1ON > ! . An old adage freqciently found in the literature. is man's propcwity to take drugs, whie!t at least theoretically excludes him behaviorally from the rerna:nder of the animal kingdom. Such an idea hardiy explains the complex etiolos:cal and epidemiological factor associated with the vcluntary : buse of toxic substances. . Nor do they serve to comfort the dis:raught parents of a juvenile who lics in a r,ioribund state as a resuit of the misuse of drugs. Many theories regarding the underlying psychodynamics of drug abuse have been proposed, but such r.xplanations have little effect on the exigencies existing during specific cases. Langdeit (1969) noted that people on every continent since prehistoric times have ; been using drugs in "strange and va; ied ways" in an attempt to attain a hedonistic :~ effect. tt is unlikely that drug abuse can or ever will be completely eliminated from any * contemporary society. Although the types of dr ugs ingested have varied `' historieally, the patterns have remained essentially unchanged. i, 1t e purpose of this ar:icle is not to ecio thP alzrmir v incjC3se-n~ dr?~r.abuse o•-.,. . . ";~--T;•••.....r....-+v.•.,..-...;,~••.^~., . . .. , ... • . Q-.? 0 0: Q.. fl 2 . 3 '9 9 ,
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50333 7705 Tr WaeTen'I'•errc3an; 23S9- ~' I } 168 ... Indiistrial st.oichioinctry; chemical calculations of 1 L manufacturing processes, by Warren K. Lewis ... and ~ Arthur H. Radasch ... 1st ed. New York tete.i McGraw- Hill book company, inc., 1926. 2d. ed. 1954. zi, 174 p. diagra 23} cm. (Chemical engineering series) 2d ed. 429 p. illus. 24 cr:. 1. Chemicnl engineering-Problems, ezerMsee, etc. L Eadasch, Arthur H., joint author. ti. Title. TP1681T-1$- `'~ 26-10657 Ilbrary of Congress ""~ c53g1i o ono- ;~. 4 t 4 ,
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TOBACCO--MEDICINAL USE/PLANTS--POISONOUS/"P PLANTS, MEDICINAL/BOTA.*tY, MEDICAL/SMOKING AND HEALTH/ NICOTINE--PHARMMACOLOGY/ TOBACCO--SUBSTITUTES/ , QK 99 Le 1977 PLANTS AFFECTING MAN'S HEALTH MEDICAL BGTFoNY JOHN WILEY & Sons, New Yorlc • . I \. ~ .. ' i...-. . 50333.7702 .,~,~,,•3r.. ..,.z .... Profe"ssor of Biology, Washington University Scnior Botanist, Missouri Botanical Garden MEMORY P. F. ELVIN-LEWIS Associate Professor and Chalrmau of D: nt:! RlicrcbioloSy Wachincton University A W{LEY-tNTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION London • Sydney • , Toronto .-..-....-.__.....-.........._.:.... _ ._._. ,-...a...,.,~,,,..,e.,, ~ ~
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STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ 50333 7710 QA Series: QUANTITATIVE APPLICATIONS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES, V. 19, 276 20, 21, 22 w us Series editor= John L. Sullivan 1980 Vol. 19 DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS By William R. Klecka , Vol. 20. LOG-LINEAR MODELS By David Knoke, Peter J.Burke Vol. 21. INTERRUPTED TIME SERIES ANALYSIS By David McDowall; Richard McCleary; Errol E. Meidinger; Richard A. pay, Jr. Vol. 22. APPLIED REGRESSION - AN INTRODUCTION By MiCAa'e'tm&.v-t=wf99SeCk SAGE PUBLICATIONS/ Beverly Hills/ London ( 0 3 0 0 it1 0 2 1) 4 1 9) 1
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50333 7698 A'I'MOSPHrMC SULFUR DIOXIDE II MeA1 73 S.P. TOXICOLOGY , , :DEC~°~Ij PRODUCTS 'A'Ptent-l}: Ixwisg Mary 0. Amdur, Martin D. hritzhand, and Kirby I. CampbcU Division of Hcztth Effccts Rcscarch `. 5,.NVIRCNIMENTAL PrnTECTIOti' AGENCY N2t:ona( km•ironmcnr~d Rcscuch Ccntcr 0 .3 ' R-scerch ": tirni;k ParK, Norch CaroTina July 1972 n n n(i 2 1 4 0 7
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rkI. ..•- , 50333 7689 .._.. ~ .2 9S YM MeF-C-2W-74 Jour. Anim. Sci. 21 (4)983•(19G2) , 67. EFFECT OF PRE-SLAUGIITER 'TREAT- AIE\TS ON THE CliEMlCAL CO.IIPOSI- ' TIOt .OF VARIOUS BEEF T1SSL'ES. ,~;js.;, C. J. Brown and M. C. Iicck, Uni- vtrsily' oj'Arkansas, FaycucviUc: . In a 2. x 2 factorial ecpcrimcnt with six steers per lot. Iots 1 and 2wcrc full fed a ration which they had . received for 1211 days while lots 3 and 4 were fed 2 lb. of hay per head per day during the week prior to s!aughtcr. Lots 2 and 4wcre subjected to pre- siaughtcr stress from periodic clcctrical stimulation for 24 hours, while )ots 1 and 3 were allowed to rest. Samples K•erc obtained for chemical analysis from the liver 24 hours after slaughter and from the longissy:nus • dorsi (LD), psoas ntajor (Pli) and quadricc9s ferorls (QF) muscles 14 days aftcr slau;htcr. Limited fcedint si,-nificantiy decreased thc moisture; protein; non-protein nitrogen; ash; lactic acid; inorgtnic, ,aulear and total phosphorus; sodium; potassium; tnattnesium and calcium in the liver. Limited feeding I , , aiso dccrcased thc concentration of gI.•co^cn in the LD and QF muscles; lactic acid in the Pm and QF musclcs; and sugar phosphorus, total phosphorus and potassium in the QF muscle. Limited feeding sig- nificantly increased the gl)'corcn in the liver, the concentration of moisture in all three muscles and in- organic phosphorus in the 1'M rnusclc. Stress sig- nificantly increased the moisture, ash, rlycogcn, po- tas_cium and magr.csium in the liver. Stress signift- eantiy increased the concentration of inorranic phos- phorus in all three musclcs. Stress significantly dc- crcascd the concentration of Fl>•co_cn in all thrce muscles, lactic acid in the PM and QF muscles, suc;.+r phosphorus in the LD and QF muscles, and calcium in the QF muscles. These observations indicate changes in chemical composition associated with pre- slaughter managcment.. 6
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. • : ..._.... :_•____-._ ..~_. - - .< _ -.. . . _ . - ---- • -- 50333 7696 " e III DuZ-73: , S.P. , 'Heart:• 2 (1) 47-53 (July 30, 1910) AURICULO-VENTRICULAR IIEART•BLOCIi 'AS A RESULT OF . A.SPHYXI A.* . , . ~Y.~'fT(~~~~'IS a.ND G. C. MATHISON. (From University College Hospital Jledical School.) , ~.: Sbcrrinoton= speaks of a sudden diminution of heart rate in asphyxia. Itc • : writes as follows :" From a frequency of 300 per minute it no«• absolutely " " ~ di h Thidd • aruptvronsoo 150 per mi:ue, an a,an,e says,s suen hl d t 140 tit ci,cCi. uf ilte :waio'a .atC ia r,ot uui: tv :aGao ::,r ,~ ccci:.:; zti" :~ -tvpically after administration of atropin has set aside all cardiac inhibitiou .e obtainable by stimulation of the vacus trunk in the neck." ~ This year RoaE and Sherrin~ton', writing upon the same subject•; state that "At a certain ata;e of asphyxia there ensues, as shown in the previous i : paper, an abrupt reduction in the frequency of the ventricular beat, not due to vaous inhibition. It is in fact due to heart-block." ~+-...-...-,.-r- .Tt+...:n..,_c.f •1•n..~an..sl...• ....:~lw.r..:J...~.......-..~.....~..-..~a....+-..-.J..f:l....-+---~.-..--... . -...r.~.~..--....v.~--L.-....-• r--r--.._ - . . . ~~ . IN an article upon the mammalian spinal animal, recently published, E? ;~ n o n @ 2 !4 (1 9
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50 333 7704 / TP 145 L *J.ovis„Wurren Xendall, 1882- Industrial chemistry of colloidal and amorphous matcrills, ' bv Warren K. Lewis... Lombard Squires ... tandl Geoffrey IIroughton ... New York, The Macmillan company, 1912. ri p., 1 1., 540 p. illus., tables (1 fold.) diagra. 24 cm. Bibliography at end of each chapter. 1. Chemistry, Technical. 2 Colloids. i. Squires, Lombard, JolrA author. u. Broughton, Geoffrey, joint author, in. Title. ~ TP145.B418. G60 42-500: Library of Congress o 153021 I Q 3 ~ Q ~ 0 ~ t 4 i.3
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, li. trOVhT.nt.ry Not.s i :o.r,•tg1 II t4eA,-80 -S.P. >r. REFiihT DOCUMENTATION iLRErorc* NO. PAGE {. TkM .nd 3uetR1. Swr~azy heport of the W-AQ Atrmspheric Dispersion ' irbdeling Panel-Volune 1 : Rocannerdations 50333 7667 .. ., . Y- A"tAO'(')N= Project Officcr: Ja.mes E. F'airobent be'nes & Nbo~'~ Ai~L_C.1L~D~1~"`sZfi~t'I~ B. 711csttan, J.LXeI1sY. 8yR..rnlnS O.I.nlt.elon N.rM and Addr.ssA,E.NugeIlt , G.S. riJoFLs, J.Mikvl.a. I and J.J.Heszznan Demes & Moore 7101 Wisconsin Avenue • .. _ Bethesda , MD 20014 {1. Sponswlng Ors.nia.tbn N.me and Address National Carmi.ssion on Air Quality 499 S. Capitol Street, S.W. Second Floor ' Washington, D.C. 20003 -r r" . . ..•rr. PB80-1,74964 f. Mport O.t. Mar~r-h l A80 b r.r(onnins Orpnlratl" R.ot. No , 30. ProJ.ct/T.sk/Work Unit No. 11. Contr.et(C) or Onnt(0) No. tc) 5-A0-7379 (M 1& Tppe of R.pcR f P.Mod Cowr.d _.1'~ i~. Final Report of Panel Meeting Held in Reston, Virginia, Novanber 13-16,.1979.' ~ . . , j . . , . . _ •1L Ao.vaet (um4t: 203 words) ~~Tht~, is t~r- 1 r,epo~ t~f ~ 22~r~ A .aic Dispersion Modeling Panel !~y I~~t~~r~ia~Cc~tnis~s •i~o o Ai. Oualitv te provi•dr eraida..nce on: 1) uses and limitati-,.is of currentlv available nadels fcr air qt~~ii•tY nanaaarnnts ar.ri: 21
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`!'`' -ti'. , 50333 7692 . Rrsttwt: R(iYirtcs. Vol. GS, 123-)q9, 1977 • Iir,%-6oo/J. 77- I 1 n JOUILVIL ARTICI.t: . ` FC1fOn--ANAT,YSIS / . 78 IIx Le Dctcrmination o4.irscnic and arscnicals in foods and other biological materials : . By 1/ Y2p,/, ,1c,~ntcnts t,~stiv'~w , i L IntroJuction .--°----------------•----•------------------------°- 123 12i 11. Collrction and storar,c of samples ---------------------------------- 124 ' 11L Sacnple preparation ----- ------------------------------------------ v6 a) For dctrrmSnrtinn uf total a•srnic cuntrnt ------------------------ 126 i. Destruction nf Ln)lu;rcal matris ------------------------------- 1-'7 G•....~. . f~.. .0 - n , t. iG<os•cry of arscnic fturu .ubrd or uigrstcd s•tm, !cs ------------ b) 1'or drtcrmination of spcc:nc arsenic cumpour.Js -.---------------- IY. Stand.I:w -----------------------------------------•-------------- V. alcc}:xs of mcasurrmrat -------------------------------- --------- a) Cokuimetr.• ----------------------------------*---------------- b) Atunric abiurption >; ntrnurrtry ------------------°.----__-----_ c) Rac:ioaclivation an.r!};is ----------------------- __--._-___-._--.-. ..e1 Othc: spcctroscopic met4xla ----------------°-_-_.--_-__-.°_._- t/ Ch:umatography ----------------------- ------------ . ......». Ek,tuocLcmical nscthalti _---_--_---- ------ w------------ - _.-- LR~~(i,cc~si------ - --------------------------------- »-----------r-- I 139 131 132 1•33 133 134 13? 13S 140 1~ 143 144
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50333 7712 x Sc5 Schwartz, Melvin J. LIPID METABOLISM AND ARTHERIOSCLEROTIC HEART DISEASE IN ISRAELIS OF BEDOUIN, YEMENITE AND EUROPEAN ORIGIN, BY Mdlvin J. Schwartz, Bianca Rosensweig, Mordecai Toor, and Zygmunt Lewitus. Am. J. Cardiol. 12 (No. 2) 157-68 (Aug. 1963) 0 3 n n no 2 1 4 2 1
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•.~~ t!~_,•._~^ ~ 50333 7709 Atta (.IUmfCa Aradrnnnr 1r~rnl~arpul I1ua';anfar. Aono"I`. t.•p py.. - PREPARATION AND INVESTIGATION OF 78 III Zal ~~~=GMM=XEW XII~ % INVIsSTIGATIONS ON TI11•: CYCLIZATION Oi: l.j,3,4•TF:TItA-ACFTYI.-B-D PYIiANOSIi 1NTO 2,3,4-TIt1ACi:TYIVF;VOGLUCOSANE-• (I'RF.LIAIINARY COMAfUNICATION) E. ZAItA-KAC7.Ii(N and Gy. DEi{K I (Iauitute of Experimenta! Jtfedicine, Ilungarian itcadrmy of Sciences, lludaptas) Received June 3, 1977 I{cecntly we published [l, 21 our investigations on the mcchanism of the reaction of TiCls with pcntaacctyl-~-D-slucopyranosc and 2,3,4-triacetyl- levoglucosane, respcctivcly. Our working hypothesis in the investigation of the rcaction mechanism was that a study of the structure of the so-called initial complcxcs formed from the starting materials, and that of the complr'acs isolated at 1 later point of time of the reaction. will viP.ltl in;nrmatinvi nwvmitti.... IF 4 0, 3 0 0 n 0 2• 1 4 1 8 41
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50333 7714 s i PREVENTIVE MEDICIBE/ALCOHOLISM/MEDICAL STATISTICS/ .,.~,,,...._ HEART--DISE SES/LUNGS--CANCER CANCER--BREAST/ CANCER--CERV.LCA3/ CAJVCER--PRQSTqTE/~MQKING & HEALTH/ MOTOR VEHICLE INJ RIES/CIRROSIS/ALCOHOLTSMI . RA 776 Le , 1980- I f r ) i ~3n n,no ~ 1 423 Pnventive Primary Medicine Reducing the Major Causes of Mortality wR&at I;eWF~M.D., M.P.H. Adir.a AutiwRt Projeuo. oJPrblic Heohb ad Assod.te Pbysicion Medicaf Sssvice, Cohrmbie Uwivsrsity College oj Pbysicims .d Srqemu Director. Employee HeeJtb Service. Tbe Presbyterien Hospital iw tbe City ojNem York Little, Brown and Company Boston 0
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-- - ------~ 50333 7695 KI Zu xLewi.S~: lbbft-t $. f,j't•` AuE.- Zu'.:eI, A SNC~T-2t'n~I CO?.N:Ua'LTY STi;f1: OF TEi.: EPTDatIZY,,.^{'.'I 0: C.6I'.t:-mRY dvraa DZS,P.VE. A PRELL-Tr,tP:cU:Y AESC:: a OTI THE IiuAiFi t+a:=A STUBY, by k'ip11atA J. Z:xV:(--I, RovcerZ H. Icw39, Philip Eo F.atvr18. e-, Pobsrt C. : a3nCer, Lloyd S. Ral.ston, Ro:+=t k:. :xemtt, Alla P. t6:redith, cnd Eautrice PcZeraoa. A.^er, 1. Pubi. Hea2th kQ (Iio. 12) Z630.39 (DeceaZw 1959) ~ . ,. ~_,.. 0 S.1 ' ri n n n. ;1 4- ..i'l 4
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50333 7703 lssP „8 PTII` CIPL;~~a 01', 1923 CIILITICAL E\TGINEE PING •. Not, c$~ BY . • • • '~`'~~~:~to~r'"'~f~..i9~•'2".~.'-t=~!::':^.`1~..~ .. AiD NILLIA,11 H. McADAMS • . l1OV!••RSOP4 OF CN6YICAL T.\Gl\EEEI.NG AT TI[i LAi{AG.1U5lST3 [.W71TG7L' OF SLGIa•QiAGT Fuss l:omoC Fuzs IxrtExsrox bicGii Alr HILL BOOK CO1iPA.vY, Ixa. NEW YORK: 370 SEX'TH AVE.\L'E LC.70GN: 6 & I BOCTERIE 8T. L Q{' • 1923 U30 AnoZ ! 4 I ?. . I
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50333 7716 a? Q 123 Ti 1973 by FiLKINS JAKES H . ana Wb SIMON AND SCHUSTER, NEW YORK DONALD L CARUTH ~ - jnV ~..._......_~.~.~~~. ~..~.~~._ __ ,~ 0 3 n n n r1 2 1 4 2'5
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I-- ---- -- • 50333 7711 : ~ :. ~. . .d_.~... 78 XI Ad1-81 S•P• gJe CIASS N0. PAMPSLET 78 ZI Adi 81 s.p. Coate, D.; Grossman, M. (National Bur. Econ. 8es., Cambridge, Ma., U. S.) TEiE EFFECTS OF GOVERNMENT EEGUTATION ON TEENILGE r~e=ies•No. 655 , 34+ p. National Bureau Economic Qesearch, working p p (Apr. 1981) (in English) The contention of the proponents of the advertising baAccording to Fairness Doctrine failed in the case of teenagers is incorrect._ our results, the doctrine had a sy,bstantial negative impact on teenage smoking participation rates.... 0:; n n n n 2 ! 4?, ~ .
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. Il?l.'' `' ,. . 50333 7715 Q F 123 4fi 1977 1 MEDICINE--TERMINOLOGY/MEDICINE--DICTIONe1RIES/MEDICINE--ABBREVIATIONS/ DICTIONARIES--MEDICINE/ • ~ ~f a ag~a'c o ' ~ _ the -~7fe exl~h Sciences , -.rA Lexical-Guide-, to W ord Parts; ~ ,-Word -Roots; arid'`Tlieir"Meai2ings 1 , A Wiley Medical Publication College of Pharmacy University of ML;nnesota Wallace F. V6'hite, Ph.D. John Wiley & Sons Professor Emeritus New York . London o Sydney 0 n, t; . a ! 42, 4 :F,,.. .
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i TS 2240 D , 50333 7723 Pescock, Smauel M., Jr. ALKALOID ACCUMULATION IN RECIPROCAL GRAFTS OF DATURA STRAMONIUM WITH TOBACCO AND TOMATO, Samuel M. Peacock, Jr., Dan B. Leyerle and Ray F. Dawson. Reprint from: Am. J. Botany 31 (No. 8) 463-466 (October 1944) 0;~ n n no 2 1 43 2
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/HOSPTTALS--FRANCE/ FRANCE--MEDICAL DOCTORS/ FRA2iCE--LABORATORIES/ FRANCE--HOSPITA:.: REF. Q 151 Ro 1975 GUIDE ROSENWALD - ANNUAIRE MtDICAL ET PHARMACEUTIQUE ~~C.F.~`~lSl{~911~.[:l~71f'Tlf7QUL~'F,,~I1f~''R/S~~a/1i~eur+~.. 76. rue St-Benoit - PARIS (VI-) T& 222-66-86 R.C. S.fn. 302-394 B CA. Post : PARIS 406-76 DIRECTORY OF FRENCH :fEDICAL ~OCTORS, SPECIALISTS, MEDICAL LABORATORIES, HOSPITALS, DRUCGISTS, ETC. volumes 1 and 2 1975 0 4-3 n n n n2 1 42 A
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I ` •_ti-- s 50333 7707 76 II Re2-77 S.P. Trop. Sci (1~37 -4 " . 5 ., • ,; (1916) :~~ , Oil and oleoresin of>rmer~c 5°..:.... . . ~ . N. Krishnamurthy, A.yG. Mathew, E. S. Nambudiri, S. Shivashankar, and C. P. Natarajan Cealral Food Teclrnological Research Lrstitute, Afysore-5700i3, Lidia t .. I j / Twclve turmeric cultivars which arc commonly gown in India %cere analysed in order to dctcnnine their suitability for the extraction of oil and oleoresin. Their volatile oil eontcnt ranged from 2•5 to 7•2 per cent and their curcumin coutcac from 1•S to 5•4 per cent. The rclease of oil during distillation was slow because of the presence of high-boiling sesquiter- pen%: derivatives. The bright yellow colour of turmeric was found, by thin-layer chromato- graphy, to be due to curcumin and to two other related pigments with the same absorption maximum (425 nm) in the visible region. Acetone, alcohol and ethylene dichloride were found to be suitable for extracting the oleoresin from tu:meric. Both the Soxhlet and the cold percolation extraction methods gave good yields of olcorcsin, with a good reco%ery of curcumin (>85 per cent), when fincly ground spice (> 60 mesh) was used. Eench-scale extractions, by staialcss stetl columns and a distillation unit, gave turmeric olcoresin which conformed to specifications of the F.sscnt ial Oil Association, USA. RCsImE ' - T)~~uzc v riet" cult~y ers de safran, poussant communimcnt aux Indcs, sont analysees en ~ n vddde d~terner 6lcllcJ con6cnncnt pour 1'cxtraction dc 1'huile et dc 1'olcoresir,e. Leurs
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: _ .,..., 50333 7713 .. EFFECTS OF CI:RONIC EXPOSURE II MeAl-80 S.P. OF RATS TO AUTOMOBILE EXHAUST, H2S04i SO2, A12(S04)3 AND CO . ~'~,~~`ew"~erA ~>~id Dt. )\falanchnk U.S. Lnt•iromnental Protection Agency Laboratory Studics Diviaion llealth 1?ffects Research Laboratory Cincinnati, Ohio •45268 Lloyd llastings, A. Vinegar and G. P. Coopcr' . 0 3 o~n a 2 1 4a.2, Rats wcrc cxposcd continuously for pcriods ran;;ing from 6 to 14 weeks to catalytically treated automobile cahaust, untreatcd automobilc cahaust, IliSO4, C0, SUz or AI=(S04)3. Automohilc exhaust whether catalytically treated or not, slptflcantly depressed the spontancaus loco• motor activity (SLA) of rats, while cxposutc to 112S04 and CO ditf not. Siyniticant reductions in I;tt»vth and in Ibod aud water consumption wcrc vh:rn•ed only in rats exposed to nonc•rtalytically trcatcd autuuuohilc exhaust. iqciod aci.l•hasc analysis showcd that exposure tu catalyticaIly
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0 X-RAY DIFFRACTION/COMPUTERS/ ADVANCES IN X-RAY ANALYSIS i Volume 23 mal by i John R. Rhodes cw•,•a. sdmnftc 1adaNa Awak. rOW ad 50333 7721 Spoasored by Uni.eraty of Denver Re:earob instltute and Department of Chenbtry Unhoroty of Den.er PLENUM PRESS • NEW YORK AND LONDON t a r
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Interaarioaal Council,'of ArchinQs ELSEVIER LEXICA. L6. LEXICON OF ARCHIVE TERt4IhQLG'GY, FRL•^.~ICH, ENGLISH, CE2i,`4AN, SPANISH, ITALIAN, DVtCH. 1964 83 p. Eleevier Publishing Co. New York U 3 r~ ~ nor 2 ! 4.:2 6
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50333 7718 Q Loxic,ue tetlni~o't ax~lsis-frar .iss eachicet-outilq~ 210 ~=~s7!r~crs'Y'co+~b~tten~Tc+~trae,•svir~ion..e2sqir._tcitei M nc:.oor.Rl~ua4i~d~~qr_~#~32w8is. s~ti~+~?~ tt~!ba;5?E~eou+r~er~c_e. Malgorn, Guy 11larie, 1890- Lexique technique anglais-frangais : machines-outils, mines, moteurs u, combustion interne, aviation, clectricitZ, T. S. F., constructions navales, metallurgie, travaux publics, com- merce. 4. ed. rev. et corr. Paris, Gauthier-Villars, 1G: G. xxxiv, 493 p. 21 cm. 1. Technoloey-Dictionaries. 2. iJngineering-Dicttonarles. 3. Eng• lisL language-Dictionartee-Frencb. T9.1i1G 1J5G /-1 b7-1; .' Library of Congress l2j 0 3 0 n n0 2 1 4 2 7
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Ith" •.•-_ I . a • XXTI Meli -77 S P•, TECHNICALREPORTD~,TA ~ r (P/rne ie.d /wrinucr.wu on ri,earene oc/w«cmpktinrt/ 1-Ht~ORT NO• "- - - EPA-600/2_26_i24 ?. f~/;EE l~k9 Lu67~~[~~'- _ptinp•ling of Automobile Interiors for Vinyl - 50333 7706 3. RECIPsLNT•S ACCESSIOPINO. RLFORT OATE May1976 ~s ~..~iori(.ie hiOnOmP~ tERFORMING ORGANIZATION COOE . Ii TT!(UTMORISI"'---' FERFORMING ORGANIZATION REFORT NO. Wiiiia, fl, fiediey, Joseph T. Cheng, MgC-DA-535 ttobert 3. tdcCortaick, and WoodSCow•'A: ,Lewis~ O-TCfTF6AMIF,%G_ 'Bf~Ojt~Tri7IOfl-NANE AND ADDRESS 10.IR(.GRAM ELEMENT NO• MgnsantQ Re~e~reh Corporation .: IABO15; ROAP 2IAX1•1-073 }51~ 11-CONTRA`CTiGRAN NO. 68-02-1404 # $ ~ 1?9 ~~69 ~6Y~u41 , 2 k 1 Ch ~T ange as , IT~. tLaN~bA1Tr~A FN~i~ W~K1iE "O AOORESS 13. TYPE OF REIORT ANa 'ERIOO COVEREO iEPA, Qfiice pf Research and Development Task final; 6-9/75 IOdpsiriai Enyironmental Research Laboratory 14. SPONSORING AGENCY COOE Research `~rian ;lc Park, NC 27711 EPA=ORD Tl}e repe_r-t gives results of a study to qualitatively identify i prganig poiiutants in the air inside new automobiles. In recent years, concern has developed over the concentration of organic yapers•iASide new automobiles. A literature search first identi- fied numerous volatilization products fron plastics used in the eanstruction of automobile interiors. Charcoal tubes were used to pellect air sanples in seven test•vehicles. Vinyl chloride mono- ~eUeg~EQ~tr9tiMs(Pf ;P.4`to,4 142 Rm were detected in two vehicles. The concentrations in t:1e other five test vehicles during this air-eiiniAaxy study were below the detection limit of 0.05 ppm.
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~~. _ . _- ---- -.... . . . _ _...~..~..... - 0 .. ____ ..r. 50333 7722 RI ToB2-78 S.P RJR CLASS N0. PAP,PHLET XI ToE2-78 s.p. ~ El Salvador, CnnQrese, San Salvador EL SALVADOR PFEPI',RES LECISLATI0N LABELIi:G CIGARETTES "SI'OKING IS HAM.FlL TO NERLTH" * ('-~errda~'cYr~:~r~+'e"s~darr.#,6o"erw4aS~-Cajtt+ifi.las,°de-eic ' (a rri:l=1 osw)* El Salvador, Congreso, news release, San Salvador (Sept. 1918}- in . s x Spanish *I`.~str. in: El Diario de Hoy 1978, n.p. (Sept. 7, 1978)* f v3Cl0.t?(l2 r 4 3 1
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., lik"_•-, _. ti._.. ...- .., ~ .. .. - - ,:... .~ . ..., i III - 'Le5 50333 7726 ](196a) ,• , Lesln, Yo.' S: - _ OY THE STP.UCTURAL CHAU.CTERISTICS OP ACTIVE CtIP,RCOAL Photo from: Dok1. Ahaa. Nauk U.S.S.R. 158 (tio. 6) 1399-1400 (1964) I 4:~ S 4:x n n n cl 2
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r _, ~III Be AMINO ACI©S O 19.19 [T..ie.h~.M•/Mt/anJBiw~/rcrfAru IlrlhcN: 1 m I'rr: w r t~J /hNrM i~qvcwor Ati(yy1 c.• rgrr. wr~~W. 50333 7720 503 Proc. 3 rd Int. Conf. Solid Phase Methods in Protein Sequence Anal.,: held in Heidelberg (Germany), 1-4 October, 1979 AN ISOCHRATIC LIQUID CHRONATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF ALL THE CODL%ION PTH-AMIhO ACIDS, J. VAN Ec EGJIEN, J. VAN DA.~II..~'., P. TE2SPST AND~'~ Lsboratorium voor Microbiologic en mScrobidle Genetica, X.L. Lede- a ckst t 35 9000 G t B l i ~ g n raa , en . , ( um) e g + INTRODUCTION + . An ideal chromatograp!~ic method to analyse the amino acids re- ~ sulting from the Edman degradation should allow each of the 20 ~ PTH-amino acids to be identified in one single and rapid analysis. ' Th' 1 b l d I is goa as a rea y been achieved by reversed-phase liquid chro- matograp:~y on a column of octadecylsilane (C18) using an aqueous 0 3 n ~ad~nt0of ~cetpnij4il~'~ Unless the whole equip.^~ent is al- ready available, the use of a gradient, however, requires a large ~ ~,. .. .. _, :_......._.._. - ...- ------- -._.......:.. ..,. ...... ....,. .. --DETERMINATION/
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ibttle 5 ftcport Date III Du2-79 .:,tSA GLOBAL ATMOSPHERIC SAMPLING PROGRAM (GASP) . S.P. M DATA I{EPOItT FOR TAPE VL0004 6. Pcrforming OrSinrration Coda 0 ` 1 A..thor(sl 8. Pctlorminxg Organizatum Report tJo N ~ I J. 1). Holdeman, F. M. Humenik, and°~~ . h:-9023 r 1 Wnrk Itnit No 10 . . N9 ~ 9 Pcrforming Organization Name and Address Key Words (Suggested by Author(s) ) 0 ~ National Aeronautics and Space Administration Air quality; Trace constituent measurc R h C t esearc en Lewis er Atmospheric ozone; Water vapor; Cleveland, Ohio 44135 Chlorofluorolnethanes; Filter sam les p ; 11. Sponsoring Agency Name and Address Troposphere-stratosphere; hieteorolot: National Aeronautics and Space Administration \Yashin--ton, D,C. 20546 i la. Sponsoring Agency Code ~ The NASA Global Atmospheric Sampling Prooram (GASP) is obtaining measurements of atmos- pheric trace constituents in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere using fully automated air sampling systems on board several commercial B-747 aircraft in routine airline service. Atmospheric ozone, water %:epor, and related flight and meteorological data were obtained duril 139 flights of a United Airlines B-747 and a Pan American World Airways B-747 from Decembe 1975 through b7zrch 1976. In addition, sample bottles were exposed during three flights and --... .* ! ! . 0 3n.nn0 21434 ~
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I 50333 7732 I ENDORPHINS/MENTAL ILLNESS/PEPTIDES/ 571 Li 1981 IIOH31ONAL PROTEINS AND PEI'TIIIES VOLUME X P-End"phin Edited The Harewaaf RrxarclY Lburaiary Uelrnsiry ojCa4'firew Sae fiawirco, Calj/wmia 1991 ACADEMIC PRESS A Subsidiary of Harcoun Brace Jovanovich. Pubhshen New York Ladoa Toronto Sydney Sao Fnnci.co 7-. 03nn n0 2 I 44 t
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'RJR TRANSLATION CHROMAT(rRAPHIC ANALYSISs-FAS CHROMAT08RAP$Y/ ,Chromatographia ?1(5):295-300, 1978 /- , . A NEW INTERFACE FOR GC/MS COUPLING OF GLASSWILLARY COLUMNS H.W. Durbeck, I. Buk::r, and Alz3L~.+g@MiM Institute for Chemistry, Institute 4: Applied Physical Chemistry of the Nuclear Research Installation at Julich, D-5170 Julich, P.O. Box 1913, Federal Republic of Germany In combined gas chromatography-ma.ss spectrometry the use • of Pt-Ir interfaces may cause severe peak broadening and 0 tailing or even total adsorption of the chromatographically separated compounds. Therefore an all-glass interface was developed, the efficiency of which is demonstrated using n-alkanes with high C numbers, an adsorption/polarity test mixture and steroids as examples. Details of the mechanical , arrangement and the deactivation procedure with hexamethyl- disilazane are presented. 3 n n n 0 2 i 4 3 3 :,_
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~ ~, . CHE~STRY,•ORGANIC--SYNTHESIS/ 3HDi2SM LETIE::S, pp, 323-326, 19'4. Published by the Chemical SociQCy 74 III Mu2 Y~I•8 (N) REACTION OF E1,10- L ACETATE WITS ACETAL AND CARBONYL C6.MPQOAID IN TBE PRESENCE OF •L$'dIVvACZDKN0* Teruaki ?:UXAIYAMA, Toshio IZAWA, and Xazuhiko SAIGO* Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science egur ayama, u, o yo • o 50333 7708 of Japan laboratory of Organic Chemistry, Tokyo Institute of Technology M o-k T k 152 k O , ' The IIniver3ity of Tokyo, Bongo, Sunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113 ,,~t tiras found: that~inahe„presence of Lewis acid such as 4 ~ --•-z 0 .3 n 0 n-n 2•1 4' 1 7 . ,
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I 1 Re2 50333 7734 1(1968) ~-,.... , ; ... . .. ., l\ t `,• ^,~ ~1'.A\ ^7LQ/~~~ TI~~ 11.1 W~iY~.7 1J'1 N AND by S. K. Draycjon, S. G. Li and l: v~r 46 Pages :,; Z,ce of 4eaea::ch Admfniseration Wa-%hia3tan a 1 0 .3 n ~ n rt 3! 4.4' 3
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I , JG• Ref TP 370 Sy I C. jA~$o~~art=ea.)' 50333 7742, SYMPOSIUM ON FOODS: THE CHE.~fISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF FLAVORS; The Fourth in a series of symposia on foods held at Oregon State University. Editor: H. W. Schultz; Associate Editors: E. A. Day and L. M. Libbey. 1967 552 P. Avi Publ. Co. Westport, Conn. ~ 0 3 t3 . n n 0 2 1 4.; 5 I
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50333 7745 X (Lfbex'ta s ~ Sc celationship_ to.-r.he.++se~f=3:ebe~~-~:~ 3 -- i- n.~p* , Schievelbein, H. UBER DIE FREISETZUNG VON SEROTONIN DURCH LOBELIN by H. Schievelbein and E Werle (Univ. Munich, Chirurgischen Klinik, Klinische- Chemisches Institut, Munich, Germany) ( Liberation of serotonine through lobeline and its relationship to the use of lobeline in nicotine withdrawal.) Deut. Med. Wochenschr. 87 (No. 40) 2023-2026 (October 5, 1962) 0 3 n n n 0 2 1 4F 5' 4
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~----- 50333 7744 n Sc3 = o yd:o~tryp~ta~ine so a e •a bit Thromlr~cytes. Schirs*eS.bVSn, H• tnFIS: iZL::v Li7ii 5-'HYL?CY,Y1F~:°''•I`SZTi DMCK ''iLyOLI+3• T r t~i.4t~ (L:beratfon oS S•l•yd_ar•yCn'g' L H. Sch~c~vel~3r. Esolated ltabbZt Tnxambocyto3)a Y and E. kar1c. Photo?.•.at fsbcat Psychop; :nrAcologia 3. 35-43 (IS62) 0 --T5",'3 • . . .. . . / n n n n-a
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50333 7730 . , 0. . • .. 0 . "It I A~ue +Rea Blaylys Bfong. l9dQ 9: 393-I36 , ~VVIACHINE-ASSISTED J ' 78 III RE2- 0 ~ r ~:~ s.P. PATTERN CLASSIFICATION ca~ .~ ~ ~ .~ a IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY . N 49152 Department of Electrical Engineering, t3iiretsity of Pittsburgh, Pittsbucgk Pennsylvania 15261 King-Sun Fut School of Electrical EngineerinY, Purdue University, West Lafayeue, Indiana 47907 INTRUDUCTION Ibe tue of computer methods in classifying biomedical information '~ eovers a very broad spectrum. The arffxcciA intelligence approach has ~ , bean applied to computer-based medical consultations in which quanti- 0 3 n n n n 21 4 3* 9 :
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74 X Sm-76 50333 7750 RJR CLASS 110. PAMPHLET 74 X Sm-76 ~ . i , .. j ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TOBACCO AND SMOKERS. ~! Science, vol.,p. not givcn (June 1976) (In Enpiish) . I '. *Abstr. in: • Smoking Health Synopsis (London) 1976, p. 1-2 (July 9,.,-1976)* i , • . . i i \ • .o 3 n n n n2 1 45 9 0
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50333 7748 T'S ,;ta yQ IS ---- If , -- k/ Tcsf,:r~l SEIT.A/ 1972 RJR CLASS :i0. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 I S :zard, C. ; +'E3Tfi'!'~+..^^tt,"t":~'~'°` ~ (Service Rech. Direc. Etulcs Equip., Paris, Fr.) BIOLCCIc:AL TESTS USED I:: TaE STUDY CF TOBACCO ~,,..~.__,_.y.,.~.~..u.......~ . LITEP.ATIJP.E . a.lr .. T..ctS Serv. kech. Direc. Etudes Y.qu.p., Pwris, Fr., 141 p. (in Fre :ch) ... I ~ ~ i *1573, ;;o. 2 48C* *1 »* 0 3 n n n n 71 4 5-7 A REVIEtd OF THE r-'.olo?inues !1»oIicues a i'i:tude de la 1.%a^ee du Tabac.)* 1 ,
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Pti, • _ ~- -- - 50333 7733 i rA T-Ve. ( 11876 S. ~. Acute Toxicity of Monacetin, liiscetin and Triacetin. ETER P. T. SAH AND HAMILTON H. ANDERSON.. " Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med. 46 26-34(1941) I I I MeQ-81 s. p. I . Proai the DepartweRt of PLarworoioyy, Peipi+.y Usio. Yedioai CoBeye, Peiping, Chisa. d ~ n `0 n a ~ Experimental studies of the toxic effects of "industrial solvents" are of considerable importance since some have been used as vehicles or solvents for medicinal substances in recent years. The glycols:, and their related compounds have been studied extensively.'-4 On the other hand, the acetins have not receid ed the attention they de- serve. Diacetin or glyceryl diacetate has been used as a solvent for camphor' and more recently monacetin of glycol for vitamin K' Latven and r'Iolitor' have found the LD„ of diacetin to be 3.5 cc per kilo on subcutaneaus injection in white mice. The narcotic effects' of monacetin and triacetin, as well as diacetin, were studied in 1899 by 1lfeyer. Quantitative studies on their comparative toxicity are lackylg, ~IOV~ver. On account of ease of preparation and of their ~po5f.ible~sef{Iness as substitutes for other organic solvents, a study of the acute toxic effects of these compounds was made in rats and
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50333 7735 L Br,l Bramf3.old, IiP Al.r;, ];Ll.9I:Sj"I;.:S C.7' TOJ.^.CCO I:.~JSi':'clt CEi=t AND ITS 21M(-ilGNIwiiIP TO Si:J:QI~G •• IS IT ACI'IU:,A B 12:,, Ia: P,c3).li, T:p V. (cd, ) Trial I r.r3 i or r Tra.do 1958 Be1.i.1j. S:::Ax.ar (lu^~::: ~, 1958, :•:irmir FIe-. i Yat-hUN & Dondor (PublD) :k:~ha.*y*e !.. Y.9 6?I pp,- (1939) FoUC':a : ?o:i-z:r:.liif I°51 (1959) O 0,~ n n nn 2 1 4 4 4
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1~. SPoaon.~ lkRsauaen N.~ne .wJ AJJre.. . 1~. Tyye at i~epw. a ,•er.oA U.S. Department of Labor/ASPEx - . C"~'~'1 Final 200 Constitution Avcnue, N.LT, . 9-78 to 2-79 iJaahin ton, D.C. 20120 1 e ur ose ot t is stu ~a to examine te rc e o pro uct ia i ity ~t 1 , ~. AAss.acts '" ~ P P Y litigation in ec+mpenaating victims of occupational disease (OD). A reviev of the literature, court data and current legal activity provided little information on PL-0:~ cases, but extansive information vaa provided on product liability ;ases overall. A asethodology developed to identify and describe PL-CD cases vas (1) extensively imple- mented to identify Iitisated at~d decided cases, (2) partially taplemented to study pending cases in Federal courts, ard (3) not implemented to studv casea terrstnared a16L10GNAIMIC OATA 1• MepI`o. w SMEET ASPER/PUA-78/4952/A 1. lwle soJ S~b ie ~/ VLCtim t C ' S. kepwt U.c~ s e ompeusa ihe Use o ProducttfLtabtlity7Lav Suits to February 1979 tor cupational"Dis.ease = • ~. 7. AwUw~.l A. Ma/orw~w•e tha.oaa.o. Ne~t. • Allen Le8e1 0. K 9. Perlo..sec Ur~.wu.~~w \.we a.d A.Wress 10, i~.o{ect/1~..k/ roah Lew X0. Allen Le8c1 ~ ~ 4816 Bradford Drive Annandale, Virginia 22003 ~ 3-9-M-8-4951 4 3 n tt n-0 2, 1 4 q 5
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TOBACCO--ENZYME ACTIVITY/ 50333 7729 79 VI Lh . RJR CLASS NO PA~ . H'HLET 79 VI Lh t~'LhosCe; A,p.M; -t~ (Grenoble Cedex Fr.) THE EFFECT OF LUORIDE ON THE POLYPHENOLOXIDASE AND PEROXIDASE ACTIVITIES OF TOBACCO LEAVES (NICOT1ANA TABACUM L. VAR PB 91). Fluoride 12 (No. 1) 33-38 (Jan. 1979) (in English) : ; *Keywords:* fluoride, tobacco, additive; i. 'polyphenoloxydases, green, constituent; constituent reen dases erox . , , g i p y r ~ Sl^^'•ARY: Electron microscopy has revea7ed that chloro- P7an:s of Ni_cotiana tahacum L. var. PB 91 were p7asts are the first organelles damaged by fluoride in fumigated for several viceks with 250 ug HF/m3, and the cells, the main alteration being in the inlra- polyFheno7oxYdase activity of the leaves was conpared plant ~' thylacoidal spaces of Erana. Moreover, electron micro-• with that of control plants. Spectroscopic mcasure- ti scopy of enzymes indicates that polyphenoloxydase ac- ments of the extracts revealed that fluoride increased tivity takes place in the intra-thy7acoidal spaces. The 1t.he polyphenoloxydase activity. Similar results were ~current study is concerned with the effect of fluoride 'obtained on peroxydase activity_~^ .,..~ _ ~} on polyphcno7oxydase activity in plants. ~ p 3 n n n t) 9- t 4 3 f3 , I
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L U Lai ~ -- 50333 7738 • Reference Section, Science and Technology D•ivision Zl•S. Library of Congress, 10 First Strect, S.E., Washington, D.C. 20540 ISSH 0090-5232 78 II Un3 TB 76-9 HYDROPONICS Compiled by *11' ' December 1976 SCOPE: Hydroponics, from the Greek hydro (water) and onos (labor), is the science of growing plants without soil. Plants are grown directly in a nutrient solution-or in sand or gravel to which a nutrient solution has been added--that contains the minerals necessary for plant growth. Not normally used for commercial cultivation, the technique is popular as a•hobby among apartment dwellers, and also to more serious purpose in confined or remote habitats, such as submarines or polar re- search stations. This guide is intended for those who wish to O.p4.sy9 trF qAbjAct ~1hrtugt4aAevjew o: the literature. Not meant to be a comprenensive bibliography, it is designed--as the name of the series implies--to put the reader "nn r:,-oot-."
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I 50333 7739 8/8j h7C r;eF-90*20-75 ~.. ~C Notes on the Cultivatcd Ccrapositac, ' . 3. JAaLrisI%• - Bailc} a 741) 23-32 (1959) William J./Dr.:.,: • Although the gc::us Liatria is a fa irly iv: ziliar one in Amcrican and European gardcrs, it is ordinarily repreber.ted there oaly by on.c or azothcr of three epecies, ~. p•,c^n,tacnyl, L. asp~r~, t ~~ ~i.. and L. spicata. Thcse are the most vigorous and pcrca.;~s tae ~, ~'i~Y hzndsomcst mc:nbers off tl.e gcnus, it is truc, but at least ten othcr -r~ species, together with several varietics, hybrids, and cultivars, have in recent years bcen available in the trade or through plant "- ~ teeieties whieh su?port seed exchange orograrr.s. Many of these, besides being interesting variations otz a theme, arc::uited by habit or ccight for niches in the Sarden which the more robust sorts can- not fill. The genus Z.iatrig is entire]y North Ameriean, ::oinc represcn- tative occurring in almost every state of the Union east of the Rocky Mountains, and ranging into southern Canada a:d r.o-thern- most Mexico. Altogether. Dr. i.alu O. Gaiscr recognizcd 32 spc- eics inher rcvision of :ha genus pubiishedin 1946iP :odora 48: 1c6- 183. a:6-263, 273-3Z6, 331-3hZ, 393 41?.), though scmc bota :isa do not recognize ns valid qLite so r.-a::y s,.ccacs as this. Sc:zc spccics ate variabic cnoud : to be subdivided into rzth•.:r distinct 0 3 n n 'n a ;> 1 4 48
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111I. .:- , ` T 55 Un 1979 ARCHER I : . , .' ~ - . • / . 50333 7737 "' HAZARDOUS WASTES/LIABILfTY°-IiVSURANCE/ -----•~ --.- ----- - -- --• -' '~ '---_~~ LAWS & LEGISLATION/U. S.--LAWS & LEGISLATION/WASTE DISPOSAL/ ~ 818110GP.APHIC OATA I' s•'pon No• 2. • 3. Kecipicwc's Acccssio. \... i ~ S~1EET - C7 1 ) j? 7 -~ n•1 A. K a aur.::it u.azardous Waste Hanagesnent Issues Pertinent bD ' 5. cpoa Uue Tbvenher 1979 ~ f 1976 04 RCRA f h i , o on 30 o t e Sect 6. !7. Art\or(sl 8. ~tocaiai O:yaoisaciow Aepi. : , ~i. Psdoeaiai .I11LEtr21dT1`OlfdLaYBSJf:.3LLTi ffi1d Techmlogy COYj70Z3t~m 10. ProjeccrTasi/1:ork Uas No. Old S z3n house lioad p g 11. CosaacJGca.c No. ~'lC~.'8r1, VA 22102 17. Spoasocio; 0: jasiacio..uts aed AJ.:css. 13. Yyps o1 Repoa a Petiod EPA, Hazardous Waste Management Divisiaa - j y~s Wastes Office 0 Solid Wa.~~ (F1~-565) - ~~~ ~~~~ ~_, Washtagboai, D.C. 20460 Cmtipuity of Operation 1S. SYpyleoeocu•r \o:es Liability Insurance : EPA Project Offioer - Ellen O'Boy1e - , 0n~9'~-Y Plan Standarc~a . .. ~ ... . . 0-.~'1 In R n 2 1 4Q6 : . . .,
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~ I 50333 7753 - ---- ~•------ , QP 361 Be ~ib~seu,t;V:;.T. (Translator) Derit..nf.`, J. S. IfiEUi,.41. Z:.:CEI%-AMSiiS OF }:YGflE.R W~.'TEBRATt3. BEM7ZCQ, Truna2atcd aad wdited by W. T. Ltbszeoa 1965 384 Pages Little, Bros.ra and Co. Boston ^ 3 n n n n >! 46 1
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.. . - -----~ 50333 7747 ~ ..• . . . . .. 77 II Re-78 S.P. ' RJR CLASS NO.,PAMPHLET 77,II Re-78 s.p. (Service Exploit Ind.`~Tab. Allumettes, REs. Dep., Paris, Fr.) Izard, C• ~ ,.., • '~~ ,,, r a..Y. , ACROLEIN. . Muta_ tio_n Res. 47, 115-38 (_1978) _(i_n_English) _ _ .. _ _-.:.,. . ._ .._ .. _ . { ~ Acrolein, an olefinic aldchyde with three carbon atoms and conjugated i double bonds, a polluting by•product of the combustion of lipids, but also an % important comhound in industrial syntheses, is a highly reactive substanre, At the cellular level, it has cytotoxic, cilia-depressant effects, and acts as a mut.igen in given circumstances and in systems very different from human beings: it becomes bound especiaily easily to nucleic acids, injuring nuclei and perturbing mitoses. Two hypolhe.ar.s, which are by no means exclusive of each other, locate the effects of acrolcin cither in DNA, or in enzymes intervening in 1 nucleie acid synthesis. Acrolein mit;ht act, in vivo, either as an anticarcinogenic R substance or, on the contrary, as a pre-carcinogen and a precursor of glycidal. ~ lience thc ubvious interest of further rescarch. : animals, plants, and wuccllular organisms. s ; especially remarkablc in its cffects on sulfhydry1 groups. Acro)ein is extremely irritating to rcspiratory and ocular mucosae, toxic to ~ o~NQ", n nn2 I 4 1-5 A 8 A
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bk1. - V_ - 5u.i3i /14y TUBACC0--11AIlUFACTUP,I: AND Ti'.ADI:--;~ORI,D/tIBERYANrT,' C„r/ TnBAt:CO--IIISTf1RY/CIrARS /YIPL SM0KTNC/SrITFF/ Ti1rACCu--SMUniivG---r'AVUFtAr.LK 1.1'rr.xA'e'vKh/ TS I'.34 (:i.ASS NG. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 rr 1975 ; 2240 Crandes Encyclopedies Internationales Teraps, Paris, Fr. (:r 1975 ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TOBACCO AND SMOKERS. *(Fncyclopedie du tabac et des fumeurs.)*. ~ Grandes Encyclopedies Int. Temps., 512 p. (1975) (tn French) ~ A Xeview of this lavish publication saqs that one wr,uld hzve to look hard to find in it the scientific criticisras of tob acco L :const:mi)ti.on which t%ve been nade over so roany years. T:icy take up only a dozen p::gcs and they arc extr•cncly moderate. I It is so -raxe to find a defence of tobacco, or at le~~st certn : ~tobacco-constituents, under the signature of a doctor , ( C_~, ~~~.1~~n) that these twelve p::nes_.~lone justify t1r pur- _ c: ah se oi__this "Lnc clo din~~ ~ -y- - ~- , 0 3 n n" n n 2! 4!-; R
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50333 7743 Sa4 (1969) IY~--'"~'i~~1`Itk~r~ Satn3e21.a, An^tr1o LIBE= ICa Ci HISTl:N1ZP?° BY Cl'GA....*'TTS S.NOH,E Ah0 ITS CO:,STI2'UMi:S, by tacatolti &a.ndallo, ;?a:h&Uo ff2.cv3tixi, Rciger G•sillcra, and Sz= 8ss C"pt. E^ud. 264, 2926-2928 (1967)-EnEl'.nh Lr*.:=l&tfan avcf.IxD1o 0 0 3 n ~ n n z1 45% 2
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, ~......~.w 50333 7757 Libott, Robert Ya1e,'(Jt. Author) Krogar, Wi3.lir.ra S. L'DCTOR, I'VE ST4PPRD SF:OK2S^v, A 1lodcra Doctor-Patient t,pproach to Sud~in- Cont:ol, by Gfll:zm S. KLoSar, 4ud Robert Ycls LibotZ 19G7 101 P:.Sca C2wsclaa C. Thozea, Pub3ishsr Sprinofiald, Yla.iuoiz 0 ~;~ n n n n 2 1 4.t 6
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50333 7740 VIII Me4.79 S.P. . ,y~......-. :r., ... ..:.:.:a:..~~ . . ~..... . 3 i-'9 . ~ ~ FOBSCiCtIDT P*~.i.A~l+it, and .1BR1`tOVICI A., The present work deals with additional com~u Laboratory of Developmental Pathology, chemically related to eitral. The mbryotoxi~ ~ Sackler School of Yedicine, Tel-Aviv effect for each compound was established at ~ University, Tel-Aviv, Israel. Teratogenlc different doses. At least 50 c`tiek embryos/dose/yj. activity of flavor additives. compound were injected suprablastodermically at 72 hr. of incubation. The cuncrol group, recie-_ Flavor additives belonging to natural ving an equal volume of solvent - olive oil -~,~ ' essential oils are used extensively in c%7retic shoved a relative lov teratogenicity (7,9Z). Compared at equimolar concrntrationa (0,05M), and food Industries. One of them, citral, was found by us to have a teratogenic effect on the tested compounds showed different paccerns chick embryos and to decrease rat fertility. of teratog.•niciry according to their terminal .. functional group~ 2 Aldehde: citral (6 ), citronellal -(12,0X), bydroxycitronellal 2,2I), cinna-~ldehyde ~ e I '~ ;~,• ~ ~ (63,05x), uctanal ,16i). ~ I '- ~~%r Alcohol: n.•ro1 ()A 9x), g.•raniol'TJ1,3Z), ~ ~~ " i~ ' ~ Te~(;~ cinnamylaicolwll/(29,6x), octanol~/(6,iSI). The teratoC.•nic Impact Is Lien ascd by the presence of a double bond .•,p.•cially at the n-carbonyl +.ite (citral )- cttronellal). The existence of saturated bMmnta in the ana1..Lous linr.ir hy.irocarbons (octanal s octanol)signi- ficAntly decrease the teratogrnic effect, while the cis-trans configurations rre equipotent (aeraniol  nerol). Additional hydroxyl group enhancing the molecular polarity is wceomp:roied by a high .+nbryotoxie cffe.•t (Ofl-eitroncllal > eitroncllal). An invers..i correlation betw.•cn the l.•thil vffect and t.ratogrnicity was f.wnd. The bkolctnl syhtcm, mainly the limbs, were 0 .~ t/ tl lr [! i/. E 4 4 9. alw.,ys aftcrt.~i suggesting a direct lu.:nl Impact of a t.r.u.%.•n on these .+Ybr),+nlc anl:,gen. ' . 1.
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. b` -•'- , i Puo!ish;d b•,7: FACT SHEET, 6413 Franl:fin Avenue, Los AnSc!es, California 90028 , L2I3I2ARY OF CONGRGSS CARD No. LC77-1 S6S21 1t~L~ {i iJ •W N C. " Copyright 1971 by Ll13EKTY AMENDMENT COMrtITI'EE ~•-, 6413 Franklin Avenue, Los Angcles, California 90028 74 ~,j :~ AII riphtc reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form without writtcn pcrmission from the publisher, except for brief p1»ace; includcd in a re•riew appecuing in a newspaper or maeazine or other media. ....._ _....... .._ _.~._ ... .._.. ........ ._ . ., ~. . • 0 3 n n n n 2 t 4 6 4 ~s n ~ t:1~ : ` ~ • ... . . . ~ _ BY .~ ;..: MUfs E. STONE U.r. Taxe«l 50333 7755 . P ~-~ ' n ~~ ~y
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` ' 50333 7701 AIR'"POL.LUTION/U. S.--ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS/ - - - • - - • Ilk, t w-r ' N. RA ~ T&~~.4X~E Bmthe a0~ 1-~OilOXI-0Ef ~81 ._ 194920_ Muc'ch._ 1981. 576 mepor of the Dlstion.l oamosss on u= wslicy ~ ; Un vStaff 1981 of, thNG+o. nroc. o~mr: w. ~ ~ i ~ ------ ----- __ _ - - -- - ----- ._~_i . ~ t I r. 0.0.^-s wr.... +.a.... ia wwwe~w.9r.w w u. .. ~ .S:NatSalsl OomRlissiOn G1 ]1it Qunlity ~t rw~sra w:.w w. 499 Sooih CapiCo1 8t. ( WshiojUn, D. C. 30003 0 ~ ~ ---- ----- ~ None .. .~ .. ....- . ........._. if t d i l li i~ ar axassues reatrg to air quslity polt,7his report pmvides a basis for the aontiruieg eximnin.tion of pzogKa~s for achieving the pzotectian of puDlic health and relfare and the pceaerwtion of claw air. _ ~ Air 9ualitY, wvirotnant, pollution, Cla.n Ais Act ~ • . ~= Ctmgrss established the ldstional Ocr.missian an Air Quality under the Clean Air Act 1 MiaxtnenLs of 1977 to meke an indepedent analysis of air pollution aontrol and alter• I netive strategies for acAievinq the goals of the Act. Me 13-mamber QYnnissian res wxth ~~n~, ~olaJual, ac3.n- ~ ! ~ ~ i ~ .- cws." ..::•a.... F.w+.% . . .« . s...~ ~ j Ib ne.cricttans ~---=~ - - - - . . + ~---°^'-•--_._ U 3 fn n ft 0 2 1 4 1(l i I I -1 • l1, i.ar•M. 6.N •TV. %...w. 77. n. M..y. icy~/G « a ..K. n •+~ n a i
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i I LiS Mi.crofiche 50333 , 7752 UkamtiA.':,D. , 3. t.1J yiiTP.6DUrTSOtJ TO THE EVALUATION OF RFLIAI3ILITY bp D. S. Libarman ' and 1+. J. S1cchCar. 1967 67 pages Cius.inghai`se for Fcsferai Scientific and `Iachuical Infcm, ^ion, R.:tional Burcau of Stsadards Springfield, Va. 0 3(Z 0 ~ t~ 2 ~ 4'b ~
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~ IVXI •_•= , 6 • MAPS/ RFF AE 1976 0 3o 0 S -W . ,.., . ,• avec la collaboration do HAROLD FULLARD d'irectcur de Ia canographse R C~tye F,Irsip e1ids. Lopdres_ ( jH. C. DARBL~ 1G]Y yrotes.eur do GLrographw. . - /'~.......An.. CnnMtnrM 50333, 7758 ~_ ,~~ E 4ftB1iR fi~~fio@~~.-- 17, nw du Montparnasse. et 114. boulevard RaspaA. Paris 6•
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50333 7728 Z- ~. G IZ. Acad. Sc. l'aris, t. 278 (17 al•ril 1974) Seric C-- 1059 ~_ /U Li q - /G C, r-A, /- M,o r..~..o ~~j'h.o oLicJ_ :;r ALq•.. Clill<9It ORGANIQUL. -.9c}7ation du nror: %:•,::. o-l c}•clohexene-1 par les clrlorures d'acides w-acetoxyles : acces aux heteroc,t•cles .:.r; genis. Note (*) de ti1M. t4jftAiW AWNWMWet Pierre Maitte, presentee par M. He:.:i \orrrlant.. On dEerit .la synthcse, par condensation du -::, tolir~ 1 c.'ciohexene-1, sur diver; ehlorurcs d'acides w-acitoxylcs, d'hcterocycles a~~ic-cs de tz:Sles s•ariees accol6s au noyae eydohexcniquc, ec ayan: la structure d'ethers cde P-diciter,es. L'acylation du.morpho:ino-l cyclohezcne-1 ;,ar 1-s cc,lort:rcs d'acides est connue depu;s que)ques anut:es (') et tout rtcemtncnt R. Gelin e: (=) ont mor.:re quc 1a conden;ation du chlorurc d'acryloyle pouvait conduire, utiec un rzndcrnc7t de 10 °;, a la tctrarydro;5.W.E~ -t-,rwa>nnc•.1~ Npus 4on; ;7e qut ia con' ~:nsntion dc chlorure d'acides w-acetoxylcs r'io1Fv.^,tt, t~liI:e nl::ntCrC :onduir.' A divers h::eroc~cles comni^ lc Ircntrc lc scitcma. suiv:'::: : I
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50333 7760 REF AE 1976 /q'"lk Service d'exploitation industrielle des tabacs et des allumettes/ S.E.I.T.A./TOEACCO--FRANCE/TOIiACCO--rfA2:LTFACTURE AND TRADE--FRANCE/ CIGARETTES--rfArNFACTURE AND TRADE--FRANCE/ LA GRANDE ENCYCLOPEDIE, VOL. 19) Si~~lt~1~bOW4 + Paris, France 0 . 0 3 tl 01 t1 2.1 4 n• 9 ,
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50333 7761 , WHOa S FHO IN L.~_RY SER?ICL', A BaLLZOG?'.Ar}tY DiTtCCTOwY OF PP.Or::SS?i:m-,I. LMtiRIA2:S s''.,i TEiE UNITED S'TATES Ah"0 CAU=A caiited by Lee Ash 1966 776 pagas 2'Eie Shoe Striug Prcss, Inc. ~ ~ ~ ~ n n' 2 1 4,.7_fi
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. 50333 7762 ~ Z ,._ - T _ ; 695 1 Wa Wasserman, Paul. - i 1965 The librarian and the machine; observations on the ap- plications plications of machines in administration of college and uni- versity versity libraries. Detroit, Gale Research Co. 11965, 170 p. 23 cm. ~ Bibltograpby: p. 145-160. Bibliographical footnotes. 1. T.tbraries--Automatton. 2. Ltbraries, University and ooIIege: i. Title. Z678.9.W3 ,-- ~, 025.078 65-25320 Library of Congress ~ Mf5j ~-.~~.~..-._.~-.-,..~...~..,.~..- C13 n n n 0 a 1 47 1 , _ _...____..__. -...-...:,...,....,.r+~.....:
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,Vkl. _.:-, I P 1 :'Librarie~ i 2 I 50333 7779 Plt~c~y p• V. Ct.HTI~AL LZwRY S.TaE OF WOXS. EL:ibr4ry Assoei•qti.on PeAphle.t No. 2Q)' ThQ libtAt•) A*avaiqti.oa Londcn " • -_..r-~-.~.r..:--r-,. . ,. 0 3 i1 n~ t1 1 14 R!3
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50333 7774 ~ /9 T VM4~•-- - ..~..r. w..r,...r .:....vs...:,t, ~..~... _. IrnYcxluction to ~ ~ sg I A7/ SCt ENCL-INFORIVIATION WORK ,. C, w.~ I:~,N N I3Sc, Fllnf$c 0 ~~ (~ n~ J••~•:r tlelrd{of !lr arclt, Aslib
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I z A ":, Libra ri es , ,-"?, 50333 7783 v U. S. Air Unioersity. Libruries. Filing rules based on the A. L. A. rules for filing catalog cards, alphabetic method. Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., Air University Library, Catalog Bru.n^.h,1956. 41 L 27 Cm. L dlpbabeting. i. Title. Z696.U2 ~~,J ~'°~ 025.37 56-62320 j Library of Congress [2t Q 3n n n~~ > 1 4 9 2
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REF. 50333 7776 Subject Directory of Special t.ibrariM and (nforma:ion Centers Q 150 Kr ~~ FiRSaT EDlT1ON 0110 A Subject Classified Editian of Material Taken from 1975 "Directcry of Speciai Libraries and Information Centers;' Third Edition, Covering Special Libraries, Research Libraries, Information Centers, Archives, and Data Centers Maintained by Government Agencies, Business, Industry, Newspapers, Educational Institut'.ons, Nonprofit Organizations and Societies VOLUME 2: Education and Information Science Libraries. irKludinR Audiovisual, Picture, Publishing, Rare Book and Recreational Libra. ies VOLUME 3: Health Sciences Libraries induding all aspectf of basic a. id applied medical sciences VOLUME C Social Sciences and Humanities Libraries Including Area/Ethnic, Art, Geography/Map, History, Music, Religion/Theotogy, Theater, and Urban/Regional Planning Libraries ' • VOLUME S: Science and Technology Libraries induding Agriculture, Fnvironment/Conservation, and Food Science Libraries Margaret labash Young Anthony T. Kruzas Harold Chester Young Professor of library Science University or Michigan GALE RESEARCH COMPANY • BOOK TOWER •• DETROtT, MICHIGAN 48226 ~:~n~nn2 t QRs I
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50333 7769 to I Cral.l, C. D. U. 5. g~nra~ose~t libre~ies~, Gu ,]nstrwrntetton on &pgaskg A from ' - T~s, 1:I03•126 (Sulyt I S53) ~ 1 . 03nn n1 478 ,
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~I'5h5 "•~--Libraries +(1963) .~_.... ..~_.... ~~ - ~ . -- - - 50333 7780 Shrv, F<.oSert J., c;d. .,....t., r. T. ,.n .~ .n n r -~^ i.Z7:~:~c Lua. u IIi. eT~•u F~ . rti~ aZT~I1:..., P~.o~eediII$El of trry Li.Srary G:f31~i^~a X•,,.*rt+sto and tFre Alta „Tcr~:zhop Co :desctcl at Datro? t, Hich::gan, July 1-3, 208 Pu-^^s o~ L.brsry : :wcc. Cbicap, Y2Lir.ois I U 3 tl ~ rl 0;J. I 4 8 9 I
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50333 7786 -1: Sakewell, K. G. B. LIBFuRY d.'~D IN~ CMMATI0V SERVICES POt2 Mh:JAGU3E.~IT 1968 130 Pages Archort L'ool:s 6 Clivo Bfngley Ltd. Londnn 0 U3 tl n n n2 1 4 9 5
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`~ k\. ,_ L•.. - ... ~ ins inay function in heat adaptation/ dorph ~n 50333 7731 / / PnK•-.i..~ulL ~trarl..tirl. (1Sq lllrrrntorry;ulatimr/6~lx.p ly.rctrrnty/nalo\n e/hcatl /~ ~'Id .~rl 6 1 1~c.~ ,1.~- C /~~ , 5euvcl~~_1 :. 1_i. Jutlt• I!lih J~~u. ~tir. lfot.:.n.~~'*'~fi~u1r•. wl•ax tl. l.Otl*. '%\t) , ~ hl•tMtt1/M71r //l 1•tlJrrll:M'.Ill.~\ H/MI \ I1.Q11M/1M- Ill•M•Jrl•II L.11~.~•111~,\, t'lll\'.-rat\ /rl (,.1t1(~.r111.1.1.111/•r.1/N' 41/~ 1Jt11.N/11.111I11:~.:11N1/ til•IM.~I..t t•IItnIN lt1••Jhl. lbia•lyr.lll('.61..rInJ.IM•r114•~.l'JhGwulalJ1i~2/1 JI ~ I Cuntr(/+tftvl by C:hulr Ilao l.f. Jlnrrh li, 1978. . • . . . : . . / 79 II Br AilS"I'R.% CT Adminiaralion of tile opiate antagonist n•al- utrmc to rats aftcr acute or chronic heat cxpo.urc precipil•atcs rn incrcasc in colonic tcmpt•ralure•, an in/•rca.c in eu•apr at- Icmph.:rnd a dccrca.c iu hadv .\riy;hl. T/..•.c e•harll;l•. arc ac- cnrnpanicri hr.i>.n. a.socialt•J w•ith ll% prrthe•rrni.t.uch a+.al- i\•rtiun,diarrhr•a. and an ahnurnral c%tcndrd lx/.turc. Ahholly;h J brain t•ndorphin in.•rrlvement is p/l.cible•. h~ pnph~•se:e•lomy di- mini.hem thc intensity and nruy;nitudc of thc.e• aaln.onc cf fcrts; indicating that lhc nahmrmr rffl•ct In intact alllltlalk may Ix• duc to a function•al anla>;nni.nt of pituilan• cntlurphin..1'hrsc olr scn•atiuns+ul;t;e•.l that cndorphius allcnu•alc ph-,.iol/rgiral rc- sponses to thcrlnal and no.inm stimuli trie;};crcd in common ncuruanalontical p•ath..•a%% by hcat. tiulxeYlue•nt to the• elisrnvrr% . nf e•nchK;e•nrmc nhiate•-likc Ix•ptirle•s (ench•rphins) (see rrfs. I and 2 for revira ). a primary re-e•an•h ob}e•ovti.e lws Ixti•n tn elucidate ther functitlnal rtrie• of these snl><tanct's~ry1 tlu~~ xxls4 1n ~u• abu•uce trf us{• tsitivr• and slx-cific c)n•nl:cal ~~eay4 rllr hjhsc l•J~m(>~Inel~.itr5li}:ainrs 1(~%e• tl~tKl ~ thr '-purc" opiatr antagonist naloxnur ill atte•(npts 14) bhx:k 1 •\.. ..1 ... 1..-..L.....rr...dr •...t /.1 inf.•r a role for (ave•rai;e trmlx•raturr 't(i.fi". ?(1- 3(No hllmidity) frrr 1 hr. 1'l,vsilllogical saline• Ilr naluwn(• in wline• (10 mg/kg, Fnelo l.alxlratarit•s, C:anlrn City. NY) was injei•teYl inlralx•ritrale:rlij• (0.1 rn1/ 1(K) g 1>.xly .rcit;htl in a blinelrtl f:ta:iun. The e•ccape attempts from the• jarswt-rr e•/ntnttKl in 5-nlln intrrval. Gtr a lnlal Uf 1 5rniil afle•r injeY•l il /rl+. (:I rlunic tr•ntlx•r:ltllrm N'l're again nu•asurcd di nrin after irljlY•tiuns. Ilr tile serunrl stutlv, designe•d to asscss tile rtfeets of hvfx)- phvsertltmv on Ihe•rnwn-IlLlt/lry {x•Iwn•i/lrs in rrslxxtse to nal- rtxune•, malc l.crn);-I:vans rats (Ihll-2_O g) ••rrr surt;n .tll.• ltrr•lr,ut•tl and we•re• nlainttiueY4 (,n fixxl and watrr ad lih. at an amllirnl te•ntlx•r.tturr uf ?(i..i' 10.5" fur at Irast 1.\-k after •nr1;r•rv a.elrscrilxrl 114). FuP theacedrrxjx•rntu•nte rat.we•re pla\rd within jars in tht• hld r/Kxn (:3i.t)" fO.5 , 30-:30Sa hu- rnlelily) for 1 hr. tn pibll •ttkli/K, it was elcte•nni1M•el that r•hrottic e•.Irlsurc uf rats In trnltx•ratlut•s ?:3•i.l)' killl•tl ww•ral of tile Ohanl rqterate cd animals Thl-n•fllrr, for chrnuic heat etposure mtx•rinlcnts, rats \vere ke•pt at :3 i.:i' ± 0.5' ('?11 :3OSi humi\lity). Afte•r tne•asurr•nx•ul of Ixul\• \\•e•i);ht and clll/•nic te•nrteraturc,
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----~ _-- -----.~~. :~ . I x ~ Q2 ~101 s , i,771 fn W~f ~ 0 ~ ."v / • . V Advan,ccs in LIBRARIAilt"SHIP Ediccd by MELVIN J. N,'OICT University of Califnrrua, San Dirgo ~.~ n nn l) 2 & Jdk, Q'lif~nia
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50333 7788 .. 1966 90 pp. U. S. Dept. of Health. Education, and Welfare, Office of Education Washington, D. C. , I , 4 9 7 I ,~7•~Librar~es'--lidministration" CoA4 Cohen, 2iathan M. STATE LIBRARY EXTENSIBN, RESOURCES AND SERVICES, 1964-61 t
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St ,F,;-Libraries' 50333 7781 7 Stanford Research Institute LONG RANGE PLANNING SERVICE - RESEARCH REPORTS. 1964-1966 Booklets Menlo Park, California ..ft '.~' ~;~ ii n n n> 1 4. .90
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50333 7778 - 2 !!"Libr,aries. ~ ; 12~;ur, No.m.sa L< efce p Ldboi-: to;:y i;4ndbOak. EE;iL•ed by N. T.. Perr e ~S~31 Pr:n;etion, 21. .T., van 11965, 1 v. (vaxfot.s pnvir,~s) i; lcs. 22 css. Includns biLliogr4pnie~,. I. Lshoratorta$ k. :':?1e ~ . _ _,,.,. _..... ~.-.,.. _ 14 8 7
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PRESERVATIO:I OF :IATERIALS/LIB:Z1'.I;I'r'S/ " 50333 7773 73 I In Inforaation 2(has. 1-2, Pt. 2)(1973) 1-16,17-56. ~ EMERGENCY PROCEDURES FOR SAL1iA G1NG FLOOD OR W1~TER-D~'4MAGED LIa RARY ~r1ATER/ALS by Peter Waters, Restoration Officer, Office of the Assistant Director of Preservation, The Library of Congress 9 7-Z_ P:EPARATION OF DrTAII_ED SPECIFICA-TIOUS FOR A NAT1ONAL SYSTEM FOR THE PRESERVATION OF LIBRARY M/A TERV,LS by Warren 1. fiaus, Association of Research Libraries I Fina1 Report Projecl No. 0-8004 Contract No. OEG-3-70-0021 (506) 0 3n 0 n 0 2 1 42) 2 . . •. j. ~. . . . . . . . : +'': . ,• . . ~'.. 1•'ebruarv 1972 01
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50333 7791 z 678 Lo 1975 --ADMINISTRATION/'-^F= l 'LIBRARIES . Library Management Cases . by MILDRED HAVIKSWORTH LOWELL The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Metuchen, N. J. 1975 ~ .,,/~ ~, 0 3 r) 0 0 n Z 1 5 Q Q i
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1k.' -`-' b:Er.t, A11er., ed. E:ICYCLD°EllIA OF LIidRARY A.~II) Ih'FORK4ATION SCIENCE. L'c:. 1. A. to Associac., editea by Allen Kent and II xrold Lancoe:r 1968 676 Pages '~.r.rcel Dekker, , Inc. tlew York 0;~ i? (} ~~) ;~ t 4 9 9
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. Borga~m, T. LAU! Ln"I',,.RY m-LIt3E AflQUIS:IIOHS S1TB-SYSTEM, by T. Burgesrc eud L. Amos 50333 7787, July, 1566 74 Pcgea ~ Ciearinghouse for Fcdorsl, Springgiald, Yirginia, Sziantiiic c.nd Techm3.ce47. W-oza,atioo U 3 ~l . n n{3 4 9 fi
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. , Ilkl. -V- - . Librwiec cnci Z-.fcx!".a tiosi 13urcaauxt "~'s. ' i67 p• . -,.•M,. -.. I -.., ~.:. ~. w~ U:; n n ~~ rz 2 t 4 9 4 QL 50333 7785 .,~ i~ I ~~-5 /ls3oe,iAti.oh of SrAcijl' Li'tr.rsrfes ar.d Ta£o:rsti.ch. A Ett~sthtr : ~! ~ HAndhook af s;.ecf ~3. lihz-»: ian:zhip anr3cl n- ~, fcyrn~rrti~~ wcr::o L;,r.c3cns .4~ca~~atica 01 ,•;*rMa , VY771 , . - '- A-r
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50333 7751 ara~+: ..:..+.u..,o.:..•:.r..... . ..._... . ...- .._.. ..~;..-,,:..: _..... .... ._i... s ... ......... ~...._...r•~...+.-a-- _.. . _... _ ~ ~ TO?3ACC'J--sT•SOi<E--A?:ALYSIS--LA230r,~rL L?Rt .riETii0DS/ _~:.. .._.... _ _ _ .._ ~ - __._...~.. . TOBACCC~---T.1}:--FRACfIO:~'~1TION~j,,t CL .SS NO. PAMPHLET 74 X lz , Izard, C.; ;iaree-Tes•.a, P.; Chouroulinkov, 7.; Lazar, P.;9!=_ 14% (SEITA Serv. Rech. Direction. Etud., Paris, Fr.; Inst. Bech.•Sci. Caccer, Lab. Etud. Effets Pathol. Tabac, Villejoif, Fr.; I.N.S.E.R.M., Unite Rech. Statistiques., Qillejuif, Fr.) FRACTIOtSATIOiv OF CIGA£cETTE SMOKE COtD£NSATE PRIOR TO BIOgSSAYS F0R CARCI,~IOGENICITY. Biomedicine 20 (No. 3) 205-13 (1974) (in English) A method of fractionatini• cigarette smoke conulensote (CSC) is described. The constitnents of CSC were frrst scparated into four fractior.s by thc Craig cotur!^r-crrrrcnt dislrifi:Nio~r techuiquc. The solvents x•ere trimclhy%2, 2, 4 -pcntcne (T.ti1P) ar,d n mcthattal-acctouitrile mi.rtnre (I : I t Jv). Two of these fractions were sub-fractioaated farNter. We isolared front one, by silicic acid chronta- tography with TUP as eluent, an aromatic polycyclic lirdrocarbon suG-f,~action represutting 0.3 „ - of the initial CSC. From the other, wc obtained tlrrec srrb l'actions by Craig's tcchniync, using • aqueous methanol (1 : 9 v/v) and TA•1P as solvents. Various fractiors of the eondensa:e, oGtaired by otkcr laboratories using dif,''erer:: scpara:rc:. methods, havc also bcca studied with this new m. thod The distribation and tlie chemical compo- ~ srtio7 of the dijTcreuu fractions recovered have been described. Tobacco chemistry (analys#s); 7% .7=7-.~,0 • +...`.--~..... 7,-n. r
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lik" - ••- _ I 50333 7799 • , LIBRARIES--AUTOMATION/PROFESSIONAL LIBRARIAN SERIES/ z 699 Bo 1979 The Library Manager's Guide to Automation by Richard W. Boss Knowledge Industry Publications, Inc. White Plains, New York 10604 0- 3 0 n0 0 2 1 5 0 A
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,ik'. _ V- , '~LIBRARIES--AUTOMATION/ INFORMATION STORAGE & RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS--COMPUTERIZED/ COMPUTERS--INFORMATION.SCIENCE/ Z Volume Annual Review of 665 15 Information Science Am - 1980 VOl.i4 1979 • and Technology MARTHA E. WILLIAMS, Editor Published by KNOWLEDGE INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS, INC. for ! A(gRIaIN.qOCIETY FOR INFORMATION SCIENCE ~~
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;.Libraries--Automation ,, 665 50333 7793 rf Am AasrSc:a Instite:to t~: IMZE'ri 0F 0F1? DATY4;i SCIENCIE AND TLMNIC:4,5N, VOL. 1, Q~:ad by CS..las A. Cu~.~.:a.Y•~14t?; V.3-l4~R'fv.K-14Gj IQS~i ~'S9 p. IatEracienca (Nitey) Iie,r York 11-:
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50333 7792 Strs<<s, Lucille (::ar.:ccon) 1908- Scienii.ic sr.d•Lechnica2 nbrariesi their organization and ced-minis.ration (by] Lucille .7. "~ Stranss, Irsne M. Strieby and Alberta L. Erown. Nex Yor:c, Interscience Pti:clishers (i.964j xi, 398 p. illus. 24 cn. (Library science 51 and docecmentatics; a series of texts and mouographs, v. 4) Revision of Tach:,ical librariea: their organization and rRnagL-!se::t, by the Sciense- 2cct:nology Divixicn, Spccial Librariea Associa- tion published in 1a%.L Includes bibliagrav~~. 11 C1 3 n n tn t.) '`-'~ 1 9 0 1
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. 50333 7798 , STGBY C~ YZ:,:ZC2: I:; rCD L3E.°,t ..'?S GtiD Ih10&XATLCPl CENTSRS 1966 saria=l7 psged Clenrisg:zouss for Pedcral Scientific and Txchnicai 3utorlaation Virginia o~~ n ~ n 0 2 15 0 7
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- ..,..~..~._..~..~::.,~:~..~.b,..- - ~ ~Libraries--Autcmetion74" r2 ~ CrQative Reaearch Services, Inc. THE USE OF DATA PROCESS2XG EQDIPMENT 8Y LIBRARIES AND IZiPO~a.'~~ATION CENTERS. 1966 160 pp. Creative Rea:.arch Servicea New York, N.Y. _~.,-,,7..}.- ----- O,i E , n r~ n'2, t 5 t 2
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, t ... .~ f" Md ~:, *t / 45-4 cyc1aPc d.as a-ft j ~ . Dt•c.~~- 1-~:;a.~-ic s 1 i -i ,] tJT w• 1 ~ ; ..~. .W1.~ ~. , c-t~~~k (I v, ILI- Ivlo.rkG ~ r /p- C'r~ecdt•1/jj tLS Clr, 9Y) VIrd- 0 5tY4Va-PIio.9c (J/ / ~n..~Gtiw' /i;i~ ( 14 7 4 ) y~1(p-HOM,L ' rI (/, /.2 - XG, ,'', esw. - -h-+ cAClwo C/ S d-13-maJ~COru-~YIBCN/pf»uix7"~/99~ Y~ Ih ~ V~ IQ J';LL Lii\ ~. '- U~~1, (/r1.cNt- AVJ~icwt~ ` Dol. •Jst~ . v% N~CB.a d~..-Ctsl T T- . -_.tL. i ) 1/ol• 5-(oefacts . Cen+ os.t•oA .kJ b•Y -Ci. /r~ Os/ ~-~~~~r'_ s• $~ 17, rue du 1 nt 1rnaqsc, 0t boulcvard Basj>ai], 114, Paris-l'Je. 50333 7759. -S cc A, 6So 02 (D
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'vx., 'V• _ 50333 7782 U.L 1!!`11j1J. r_'-)t 77 .H.V Iril•'~1J u~NOV SO'J,:1 ~I:3LTO3R%e'i~^I--BIBLIOGt~APHt.ES~ i Sciendfic and i ecilnic«I . , • Tbcir Orgauizati.nu and Administratiou . ~ . ` LtIcllle ,j. Strauss :ECO;m ==N Alber:a L. Brown C1IEMISIRY AND 1'i:YSICS LIBRARIAN FORMERLY HEAD UDMRIAN ~ _ THE UPJONN COMPANY 'Ilifi YF.Ni:St'LVAI`'In STA7l: UNIVEKSfIY " 11DDARY CANSULTANT Irene A1. Shreve . _. , . ., °' lORMLRLY CIIIEF L/PN'.JAN A WILEY•BECKEK•HAYIS PUbLICATION EL1 LILLY AND COMP.INY BECKER AND HAYES, fNG UNMI:Y AND EDITOMAL~(AySULTAt:T w.ubeidlery of lohn Wilcy & jons, Tnc. ~ New York • London • Sydney • Toronto • Bct6esda ! . • .. • . + /. . A .. _..~ 0 3(1 0 n 0 21 4 9 1
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Amcricaa Lib_ ary AMQocist ioa LIBRQRY TE=OLCGY REPO~"iS (Litt4r7 Tschnology Pzogra2) 11 1965-to dato Lcosalssf lyaorican Llbrary Associatioo Cbicago, Illinoi. . ,
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U U U1. U ,/~uILg `-,S£T K V S.\ v I 'X2I0m NO IJIVPmO3NI-:I:DK- 7 IDS /[&I Z Oi LIOIi711pO.4Ul 909L EEEOS
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50333 7789 Dougherty, Richard M . Scientific manacemefit of library operations, by Richard Df. Dougherty and Fred J. Heinritz. New 1 orL, Scure- crow Press, 1966. Z;,B p. 111•as. 22 cm. Includes bibliographies. l Library administratton. L Fietnritz, Fred John, joint author. a Title. Z678.D6 p",, 025 66-13 i 41 Llbrary of Congress i66x7g o3 onn n::z 1 49~ .:~...._........ ZD ~ Libra:-=-cldministratioa.b -;
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50333 7795 = ~`Libraries~--Auiomation -v Ancrican Library Association, Information Sciance nnd Automation Divisioa LIB:tRY ADT^v::ATI0t7, A State of tha Art Review, Papars Prasanted at the Psecontsrenca Inztituta , a LS.br.arv Aut~++ir.scn P.di rRd Ly Stephan R. S.almcn .iM&A.Mr+ k 1969 175 Pages , .+moricsn Library Associat;.on F7aahington, D. C.. 0 nO'2 I ~0 4
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LIBRARIES--AUTOMA ION/" INFORMATION STORA E AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS--COMPUTERIZED/ . 50333 7802 Z 699 Co 1981 I Developrng Computer- i Based Library Systems byJan caan A Neal-Schuman Professional Book o3 nn no2 1 5 1 1
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$,7Libiarie's,!r-Autouatiax;,.,t 50333 7797 AUTOYATI0N >•Zi iNE LISRn.~Y--WM, 4MECtE, AN^J Ii4'd, pFpere presented at meetinb, October 2-3, I954, Pr.rdu;: :~aiversity, Lafayette, Iuaisna, ediccd by Theodora Indrevre 19G5 92 pages Pardt:a University, LRiPyette, Indiaas 0
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llk,. -V-- I - - ~- 50333 7800 -3 ~ WTtEVJEW .,cRIES NUh4aER 4 r. F ~d t,e. ~PS.Z'',,W I MACHINE READABLE BIBLIQGI2APHIC P.ECQi DS: CRITERIA AND CREATION by % nn' nnz , Ritvars Brcgzis . Associate Librarian . Systems & Technicst Services University of Toronto ;'IL ;17v 77tfs document was prepared pursaant to a contract with the njjic•r of Education. U.S. D:parcruc•nt of Nea!:fi, E'lucurioat and Wrljcrr. Cur:uJr I* t_i4clcrainJqsuc•l: projcc•ts ur.drr Govcrrlmcnt sponsorship are c'n'couraScd tu express freely tluir j.u:zatclu in professional and trc•hnic•al rr.atters. Points of view or eqnn/Wii CfJ fL7:, tl:era•jure, necessarily represent
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i 0 i 50333 7812 •~:,"'w ta8f~ t 4 LIBP.ARIES--pUTOMATION/INFORMATION STORAGE ANA RETRIEVAL/ INTERNATIONAL SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS IN LIBRARY AP:D INFORMATION SCIFNCF., VOL.10/ Z Automation in Libraries 678 Kk 1974 SECOND EDITION • R. T. KIMBER , PERGAMON PRESS 030 ' n0 2 QxJor~d ; A~ew York • Toronto • Sydney
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Ref z 665 En ""~'"Libraries~=Autosu.~rioa 50333 7811 Kent, ed. E:jCYCIAPEU:A aP I.I6;LLTZ AVD Ih'Ft2MATION SCIa:iCE. rol. 1. A. to 1:ssociac., ertitCd by A1Zea Ke:,t and Harold Laacour 1968 676 Pugea . , P'.arce7. DekkEr, Inc. Nev York . ; _
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50333 7809 Hinc+a, TbsoGora C. CG:ZPU'TEB FILIPdC OF INDEX, BIBLIOGWiiIC, AND CATALCC EICTMES, by Htnea, Theodora C., aa: Jesotca L. Barria 1966 126 Pagea Bro-Dart Founaation Newark, New Jeraay ~ t~ 1 R 0A o n n o I
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.- 1VX1 •..-, 50333 7813 2 695 ma 1972 INFORMATION STORAGE. e.,r'D RETRIEVAL/ ---- - LIBRARIES--ALTOMATIONI-' • , GUIDCLPJES MR' L1CRARY V TM:AT1ON A FimOaaLi ' deraE and OthLr Librar;es by Barbara Evans Markccsoa Judith Vlanger Sharon Schatz Donald V. Black SYSTEM OEVELOPlRENT CGAPORitTIWfI SANTA NIOOliCA. CALIFONMW ~ . FItLLSCHURGH.VIRGNUI p' 3 nAn Q2~~22
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0 I . 50333 7805 0 I MeB~ 1-81- LIBR/UtIES--AUTONATION/ INFORMATION STORAGE i RETRIEVAL SYSTEl75-.COMPUTERIZED/ S.P. 197041 OOCUYENiAflQN LWPOW UL a a ur,r.n ft..r,... PASK ~: ..p5 •nrrar. a..w..r The Integrated Library S stem Overview stem (1LS): S July 1g81 y y 1 i ~. ~..w •ftwa.~r......w. I Charles N. 6oldstein, Elizabeth A. Payne and Richard S. Dick t - a w~ o".e~ ow- w wwr IL wuwRrnww Y," r r t lister Mill National Center for Biomedical Coe.unications N i f i l Lib i i N l I i f l ona at rary o at ona nst Med ne, tutes o c Hea th Department of Health and Nuoan Services / u err..oM a.rft w. _ ~ f The Integrated Library System (ILS) is a einicoinputer-based system in which all automated library functions are processed against a single master bibliographic file.. This report describes the functions which the system supports and outlines the system design from a technical viewpoint. Library Automation stems n-Line Circulation S n-L ine < y d ILS consists of five major subsystems: wchine-Readable Cataloging Systeea -Bibliographic control (to load and edit hUUiC-fo.mat records), i r ~ -Catalog access (an online public catalog). -Circulation (to track itea location and status). -Serials•control ( to check in serial issues), and -Am.inistrative (to produce management reports and set system paraoeters). F ~ . The ILS software will run on any of three types of a>lnicoaputer equip.ent: i ~ Data General Eclipse series Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) or IBM series 1. POP-11 series (11/23 to 11/70) l , 2 1 : ;. o.~no J ,.. . . Libraries - Information Systems
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_ .. ., ~.... ~..~... ...s . . ~....a.~.u>,k.aii:ri. P~~A!'t* 1 r:,;CFIIi~:: kT.ADABLE C 1?,A.LG'GL:,(; (N;ARC) PRCtC^ti.~i/ I2T r.3s liVG AtJ!) tU'iST?bl;Tl tIC/ 50333 7810 REF z 665E:. 1975 _ A OF lf!3f-,,,.AA"*Y A! •+D INEi-Os2M AT! 0 N '. S CL~rE`%l a..E Executive Editors VULUtvtE 16 LIBRARY SC,HOOL TO M.A.l NZ At.LEN KENT HAROF.D LANCOUR JAY E. QAiLY Assistant Editor wlcL cAn1 Z. NASRI GRAD7ATE SCNOOL OF LIDRARY AN7 INFORtAA11ON S'ILNCES AND iNE KNOWLEDCS AVAILABILIT.° SYSTEMS CENIEF. {iNlVE.RS(TY OF I-flISRURfilt lfCT58UXOtl,fENNSYLVANIA MARCEL DLKI:ER,'INC., New York 0 3 o nn a 2 t 1 9
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5V;Ubrariea4r=Au~o~atta,n:~ U.3 nGpi '. 2 l . Piet3sg, I2or.Aid L. ii4C+1fET3C TAPE T:'PEHbiTB.R SPF.Sr6 CATA',.^^ ClsK3 PRu=Ci'YOi3 l.Di CfJ3.F.EGF. LIBRARY Sgscial LiLraries b1 (No. 9) 513-15 (Dlov. 1970) zs , _,.
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50333 7818 - ~ ZW ~,Libraries=-t,,Gtemation-;4 :.. ~ Wasserman, Panl. The librarian and the machine; observations on the ap- plications of nachir.es in administration of college and uni- versity libraries. Detroit, Gale Re; earch Co. i1965, 170 p. 23 cm. Bibliography : p.145-iti0. Bibliographical footnotes. +. . L Ltbraries-Automation. 2 Ltbraries, Univeraity and college L Tltle. Z678.9.W3 ~ 025.078 65-25320 Library of Congress w o.~ n o n n2 I-13 2 7 I ~~
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~-- --- 50333 7814 < Zibra~ies-~=t~l~stomatfon:'!~ 4. ; New, Debra A SU°VEY OF AUTOMATED ACTIVITIES IN 1'HE L11S:`a„QIES OF TUE U. S. AND CANADA i.yi0 71 Pages The Larc Association Califoraia 2 t~ 2 3 U 3 c) o n 0
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50333 7820 R~• t.& Bib,Yir,vraPhiasi: A ~ - s - Lib~car ,.ti u~ ~~ Ta / . '. Tote~, Wilhelm "~ 8.1~IDBL'CH DER BI8LI0^RAPF:IS~:FI~N NAGH3CHhT.GE- SJERKE, by Wilhelm Totok rnd Ro2f Weitzel. (Haadbook of3ibliozraphic Reference ~ Haterials.) 1959 335 p. 9ittorio Elostermnnn Fraukfurt am Main ~ 2 9 .~,.: ~
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50333 7817 01444. Al. ~ • 1 / A -,4 F ~tial - - Advances in LIBRARIfiNSRTI1' r:ai<<a by riciNiN J. voicT Tcivcrsi[~ of C%iii forsiut, Sa~t Diugo 0 3(1 0 ~ f~ 2~ r~'t~, t~ril6nia
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0 . . J% ' 0~ p a I f,) ~ ~ V U.f. DtIART1.1fNf Of /4 A1.1N. ff1UCAT10': • WI/f.tMf OfflCf O+ [(+U.^.ATION TNIS DmU++/N/ H:•. BfT'. FSphl6lKYD (aA:TIT AS~iC(~\'iS+It:+yaf /lFSOhOM ONGAKISAI10Y G'•'•- YATIS', IT PC:\'S Of VIfP/ OR 0-.. O4d STA'lu 00 A71 hfC[% jARqT hi°I:SEN: (.rf-CIAI GffICE Of fOU• CATION POSITION OM I,:ICT LIBRARY SERIALS CONTROL SYSTEMS: A LITERATURE REVIEW AND BIBLIOGRAPHY Syracuse, New York .PtCiMbe +-l9sa a3~0 n oz1 s2 4 Elizabeth Pan Serials Control Project Coordinator Five Associated University Libraries .
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" 50333 7823 ~„ :..._.. - . Z 695 Ze -I l ~ t~ ' o-~7- Librar ies-•B ibi iographi• Zell, I3a:s (e3. ) NEW P.EFEQ.~..IiCE TOOIS FOZ LIBPJ+.QZAP18. 1964 234 p. Robert Mexwell & Co. Ltd., Qxfora, England 0 3 () f1 n0 ';~- 1 5.3 2
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Kont, Allen, ed. ENCYCLCP.r.uIA ,OF LI&ZARY MD INFORMATION SCIENCE. 7a.. 1. A. to Associac., ecited by Allcn Kent and 1i.:rold Lau:.our 1963 676 Pages s.arcel Dckl:er, Inc. Ner York tl ~ c7 o t3 t~ a i~ 3 4
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f -Z 50333 7832 a 3 n ~ n~~ ~ I S 4 t
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50333 7808 ~ .' ....~.....~..~.......~__.....~... eN~QlA/~'r%6 IL'=n.•~:~:j:~l ~.~;s.--~D yxihJ.~z' ,. . . z 499 He 19'70 4'/MF0kfflAi V!ll5i Sr:gh&t rI~.I ~`•1171 ~Pla ~ ~` ` B.L .1.SJZ./' Co~~~.~.~J UT`~ ~. ~ r.raPJ,.:zY AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS J. P. HENLEY I I
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50333 7821 4 I En4 T''__..-._ . rZibraries-;=Bib#ograph Iv= f. Engineering Societies Library BIBLIOGP.A.ntiY CPi FILIA ;, CLt,SSIs+ICATION, MA IaL`EXIIIG SYSTFXS, A.'ID THESMAI FOR E;IGII:EERING OFFICES MD LI8^.AFCIES 1966 37 pp. Engineering Societies Library New York, N.Y. 0 3 ~ n n c1 '2. 1 6 3 0
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,Vkl'_ti'-, w :. ~..,~.d. _ . _ _ ..._.. .. --- Ref. -4~`Librartes~Consultaa50333 7837 150 Bcrry, Jc?cn i+., -YII (Ed.) a IPSCT0 it': O c bZBRARY t;O?: SUL y4:ti : S. 1969 141 pages $. R. Bawxar Co. New York
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Lzi:iAi{Y SC'F:'+CL'/ INFJrrTICi: JGz7'r'~Sl ~r,!?~li--i.IT°Rf~:U:~ Z!?~li--i.IT°Rf~:U:~Z I:.:G:hdTUr.~I/ t+ DIBI IQ P+*'fY / bt-li-iu / SO . DIAT.GG.'C.iL C:u:!IS:RY--t~t:tTniN4T1{[l_ _ 333 7819 :IOLOGF--,C' kTIQti SUIc:.N/ T?.%0r;C:!Y--EOTAiiY/ GCP!aFC:.'s7+T'F~'ELIC3 B;U:AGIWIL bICL',F~^4I3?tTf . •~rr'Tilli USE OF ~. , . ARCHQN BOOiCS ~ . - < ~ :z: .. ~TOR\fATIO~i SOURCFS _ ~_ FOR Ttf'JEARGt A.\D DEVElOI'UMT :- • a ~ A scries under the Grurs: Fif;torship of R T. Botde, B.Sc., Ph.D. F., riI•1nL5c ... R IA
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vk1k . .:- _ 50333 7807 :;ATIOti )N: EaNFJIiFNci:, iiE. LIBRARY . 2K: VOL 1. ?K: VOL 11. GtosS*RiEslXaFoRMhT,aN 57otAGE hj+j) RerRi6VhLl ~.: 8 R R R'rES -• l~ts'f'oh'f.4'D~i ont~ : Z 449 h/ e !9'11 LIBRARY AUTOMATION: Experience, Methodology, and Technology of the Library as an Information System Edward A1. Hciligcr Profcs.cor of /.ihrary Scisncc Dirccta•. Kcnt C'.utcr for Lihrtuy Shudics School of l.ibrary Scicncc Kent Ctul.r Univcrsity o 3 n n n o 2Paul B. Rcr.dtcsdM, Jr. . Di:c•clnr. Ste, f(ws 6 Du!a 1'iu;rs•uro
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(1968) Shaw, P.obert J., ed. LLS&ARS~.S: BUIhDTNC FOR TtiE FUaI3E, Prozecdings of the L:urasy &sildiefts InEtitute ad the Alta Ucr'.r,hhop Co=ucted at Detroit, t:icn; gan, July 1-3, 3.707 208 Pages :.asican Library Qasoc.. Chicago, I2liuwia 4 S ,~
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50333 7833 A:-,risnry Crnmcii on College CliEmistry,; Tzar_hing Aids - , ; ('TJ! j ''?`_' Ay :TD . TZT`..,: LIST . r «~T . U~T~F.~C;n11:1'sAT'r: Ci;.*rIS1i;Y Llhi:hRIEi. ' . i? oit Co2leqe C'r.air.istiy., Jeri.ll n:.a;iiC.Sri(.`:1 12) , . . . + ~ Anril I Sun 44 nag`s ; Sta:zforc iIniv., Dept. Chcn., Stanfor3, Cali£. U 3 :92 t~ 4 2
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50333 7826 IZL , 1 Library Association, 1964. Library Buildings Institute, Chicago,196.3. Problems in lrlan;sing library facilities: consultants, archi- tects, plans, and critiques; proceedings. Mted by William A. S.atx and Roderick G. Swarti. Chicago, Amerioan K a 203 p. lUus., ptani 28 =. i "Spcrosored by tae Ltbrary Admtatatration Dlvlstou, Amerlca}u Il- brary Aasociatlon." BibllograpLy : p. 182 1. Ubrary arcbttecture--ConBreNea. L Satz,• Wililam A, ed. a. Swarts, Roderlck (3., ed. m. American Idbrary Aa.ociatlon. I1- braq AdmtnLstratfon Divtatoom r.. Title. Z679.L56 1963 f"'-.\ 022.082 64-1fl851 ~..
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, ! 50333 7839 • i 11tU~::~;2_1 AS_'':C.S C? ~ J s .. ,T C , k ~ :,;:.:~~ a+il.. ., 2h-2i , .";CoT. L4.L,,.wSSL...~, ed.red by F^szer G. Pcnle 1955 69 pel;en Au,s"iczu Libr:ty As:.oci~;tLoa Cn:c&;a 5 4 R a
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8 I 50333 783p ;.Librar•ies,;-LConstructfoiti' "::+O Library Buildings Institute, Chicago,196J. Prob:ems in planning library facilities: consultants, archi- tects, plans, and critiques; proceedings. Edited by `ViIliam A. Katz and Roderick G. Swartz. Chicago, . American Library Ascociation, 1964. ; 208 p. Alus., plana. 28 cm. "S;oasored by the Idbrary Ads»talstrattoo Division, lmerican Li- brary Association." Btbitograyby: p. 1S2 1. Library arcbitecture--()ongressee. L Iiatz,• Wlllfam• A., ed. n. Swartz. Rodertck (3., ed. ta. American Llbrary Aaeociatiou. Ll- brart Admtnistrattoa Divlaton. rr. Title. Z679.L56 1963 i 022.082 64-19851 Ltbrary of Congresa ifrtb141 ..~----~r..-.... U:; n n n o 9. 1 I
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~-- -----_ z 5853 rto 1975 7.IBRARIES--DESIGN/ -"-• Maffia~Ilng e l Library Fire, RUA By JOHN MORRIS Consultant to the University of California Foreword and Editing by IRVIN D. NICHOLAS lnturance and Risk Manager Universiry of Colif ornia. 1969-75 IJNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA • 1975 03 n n n n~ i S S o ~
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. vxl• •.-.. I 50333 7824 Q :3 (1 0 ,~ f ~ ':?. ~ A5=C14tfon of Special Lt'ararica and 7a~.•o:mEttirm 8ut'fmx• Z:~baok of special librurianenip a:zd in- 'rarraotion uork. Tnndon;, 1.ssociation of Special iaixsr3gs and l:nfozmation -rAmoauxa 1°55. :r3'! 3 F• .
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50333 7844 , ;150 r'Libraries=-Directories . -'`"- International library directory. lstr r ed.; 1963- London, A. P. Wales Organization, Pub. Division. v. 26 cm. l. Ltbraries-Dln.~ct. Z7211 6 L[bmry of Congress c8i 63-23734 0 3 o o e)
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,Vkl...-, 50333 7838 ~. . =.:1Z ., - ~ - Ref ' ` Z Libraries-Design '~ .': 665 kaer'..ctn Librarq Aasociation LZERItT TECH.IqCLCGY F.CPOICS { (L:brary Tc3chnology Prograa) z 1?65-to deto Laoselaaf Aiaezicsn Library Association Chicago, Illinois
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;`"Libraries--Directories 50333 7843 C:.l?.ins, Caro7.e '`uE iGU"NEI3 1s::iliAL 0F "LIB.`'s.b.°..Y LI.9 h...~~ }~J~,. M.~...,• ~., ,r.,.a_...~~."'Z..~~3 ' 1°G9, t~y Carole ., .~ ~.~ ~~....:. C0i1iu8. Fibc1X L. Schick and Wyi2is E. t+SisuL 1969 523 Pr.gss c'c. R. &wker Cow.)&py NPw York a 3 ~.n ~~~ 1~ 5 2 I
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~ ~ . v /:;.%.2 , I ~ . ~ , ~ i~ . ~ f nin ~ t S~ I ~ 50333 7842 ~ifi'~1 . . 4~ ! TET.r LIBRIL~.?IANS' GLOS SA RY of tcrms uscd ir librariansLip and t1:c book cra(ts AND l:EFh'I:I:NCL BOOK Leonard ",fo:1ta~uc I Iarrucl r1.Lr.oW oY •rIl t: LIlcr:aal•.,SSOCla•rlo2: GFAI•'TGX II'.•'.4I:Y SCIt:KCi: S,FII:S op sr:MUNZAr, rTr.ss
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50333 7827 Libraries--Duildings 11 Metcalf, Keyes DeNitt, 1883- Planning academic and research library buildings ibyj .ICeyes D. :lfetcalf. New York, McGraw-Hill L19G51 z.. 931 D. Illus. 29 cm. , "8ponsored by the Association of Research Llbrar[es and tne Aaea ciation of College and Research Libraries under a grant by the Council on Library Resources." `8etecttve annotated bibilography": p. 40i-411. ` college. 1. Library architectnre. 2. Llbrariea. University and L Association of Research Ubrarlea a. Association of College and Reae+arcfl Iibrarles. ni. Tltle. Z6793138 ~ 02~? ; 6~-786F 0 3n o n n ;? 13) 3 6 1 1, 11
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• ~~ ~flc~. • -H - Ref ~ La'sa' ' ZU ~ ' zu ~"~ ~ . . . ~ % ~~..~~- y / 50333 7831. Onion liat of serials In libraries of the United States and Canac'u, 2d es3c. Fdi tsd by Winifred Gregory. Adrisory ccmittee appointed by the Amric.an library assoaiafions Donald B. G:lc.be7L, ahairman (1937-I939 ) h'pllis S. Wright, a.'4rrzan (2939-1943) RoLert B. I)ims... and others BaY Yorlc, The H. W. Wilson oompw, i963',/9LS 4 vals, 3065 p. 3-vat,.- 3,-° .A 0 I ., 0 3c~ ~t n E1 .-2 i~ 4 Q
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Sxciaer-Prsg, Eleanor F., Compiler AMRICA:1 LI3P.~'.RY DIRMTOFtY, 1968-69, A M.,GSSZFIED LIST OF LIBRARIES IN T1iE W.TED STATES I~..tiD WidDA btITIi PEFL:ONNEL A.YD STATISTICAL IklTA. 26th ed. . I 1968 2.071 Pr.ges x. R. Bovker Ccmpaay New York
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50333 7835 :~ . Metcalf, Keyes DeWitt, 1389- , Planning academic and research library buildings 1byl Keyes D. Metcalf. \en-1'ork, McGraw•FIill t19651 zv.431 p. illua. ?.9 cm. r. . "8ponaored by the Association of Research Ltbrades and tbe Aaao- clatlon of College and Research Ubrarles under a grant by th* Council on Library Resources." "Seteetive annotated bibllograpb," : p. 4JCi^dll. 1. Ltbrary architecture. 2. Ltbrartes, University and college. r. Aasaclatlon of Research Ilbrartes. a. Assoclatton of College and Besearch Lbrarfes. ur. Tltle Z679 M38 " M2 64-7868 Lbrary of Congress `~ i85n4j 1ie.g. :..". -, • ~,3c1 0 n(~ ~ t S 4 4
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~~. .,•_ , c v Union list of serials in libraries of the United States and Canada. 2c1 ed. Edited by «"i:iifred Gregory. .lch-isor}• committee appointed by the American librlrt n'ssocintion: Donald B. Gilchrist, chairman (1937-1939) ICyllis E. Wright, chairman (1935--1943) Robert B. Do,%rns :.. iand othersl New York, The H. W. Wilson company, 1943. - b p. L, 3oG3 p. 36 csn. List of cooperating libraries (with abbreviations) on lining•papers. "A bibliography of union lists of serials, compiled by Daniel G Haskell ... and Karl 1;rown": Supplemcntsry volz:iae only. See sain F.uthor en- try. ECoatinuel.stnneXtcard7 , iuir-16m471 - ------~~ -_-- 0 3 f3 ~ ~ E~ ~! S 3 9 4.".=10913
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1IN"-•'- - 50333 7840 - Shs 'i~ Librarigs--Desiga'";°.:~ (1968) Shaw, Robert J., ed. LzDRE',RIES: DUTLDIPSG FOR THE FUTURE, Procec3inAs of the Librsry 8uildl.n~s Institute a~cd the Alta ?:c:k..hop Coaducted at Dotroit, N1ch'Ean, July 2-j, 3. / .. 7VJ 3;07 208 Fages Library bsscc. Chicago, Z'..I1r, ota
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I ': I Ssur, F;.ccr1-Otto aAIi..13UGii u:.3 TECH:F'ISCUEt1 DOKtS:wMT11TI0:J UND ACFITE.R EAND Z"JTEFSIMTI0:I:1T.P.S . LIFLFQTHi.SAF)EESSBCCIi, TEIL 2. " J (Fi..nabook of Tccanica2 Dowm;entation aact, . Bfbiio:raFhy, Vol. 8. List of Actdres3es,of the' Ynteznatioual Libraries, Part 2, Africa, Ameri..a,. As1s, U.S.A.) lugaat 1966 1496 Pages Qerleg Dokuxaatatioa N.uaich, Ge:Mnny Axrr.ugea in alphabe:± ca}. oraer by r.ountry.. . :i ~.~ 5 5 4
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50333 7856 Creative Reaearch Servicee, Inc. TE:E USE OF DATA PROCESSI2:G EQL'?.F'ME2'T BY LYBRARIFS AND INFOFtMdTION CENTERS. 1966 160 pp. Creative Research Services Ncv York, N.Y. 0 31) 00 0 .2 1 S 6 5
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. r Wasacr•n.zn, Paul LIST 1971 LIsiZ1RY A.`'D UFOl;?'IAI'ZO:i SCIE:;C : TOaAY, Aa Intcru.ltio:=]. R:sistry of Itesearc+, and Iauovation, by Prsul Wasaernaa, Evelyn Daniei an+t Aay Logan 1971 Science AQ,wciatcs/ IatGrwtiocsi, Inc. 397 PaKrs :ter York
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50333 7853 ,. • . AtnerZcw Library Asnociation LiB2Z1'.P;Y TP.MMOLUGY REPO.'iS (Library Technology Progr=a) 1965-to dcte Looselca 1Naorican Library /lssociation Chicago, IllSnais U~ n n n n", ~,! S hP. I
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50333 ?860 - 141 ttqrd, fAtri•c:a (ed,) MODFKN i.tBRARY EQtIIfP1E'NL' . ., i. CI':OS6y LOc`GMood s so) t.'[d. LQCIdCm c 0 3 n n n n :~. E a6 9
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0 50333 7822- Re f . ,<: Q ~yibraxies~-Dib~ap~.e~• ~ 123 ~ Ra ti'or2.Fg IJokuWantnt:onon Dar Tec!nik `' IiA2d'MUC1i Da.R TISLH*II611.'C`iB'.t i:UKiJL=- : z~. TATIOil iPNI? BIBLIOv"s inF3xE, DI$ F'P..CH- 1 .~'~.T;w:-TiTtiD BTB:.YO'11LMCai~S3ERs Y•va~ V..•iv% IA.. • ~Y (&^.ndbook of Tpchnica1 rlacument%tioa .t 1 1 r.wrww{... w • t~3 ~..•+b..~..~,. 3::..~ wC~ d..~ ~fr.~'ar ~d to Book and Library fiolciiaga)-vc l. ~L 14 Verlag L`otcuscontationen Technik Liunchen-Puiizch ~3 0. 0 i1 0 7•2 ~ 5 3 ! 0
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•% , MICROFICHE/PHOTOCOPYING/LIBRARIES--EQIIIP*M/: OFFICE EQUIPMENT/ MICROFILMS--READERS AND PRINTERS/ REF . Z THE SOURCEBOOK OF L~BRARY TECHICOLOGY 665 Am ~ 1976 , A Cumulative Edition of Library Technology Reports, 1965-1975 1976 Edition American Library Association 0 3 n ~ n t1 ~! S 7 ~ i
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50333 ?859 Libraries~-Ec~,iipment. ~ Ll[E?F.RY EQ=M t,M L..'~=2~AS= F"..t}'„ESS TC{lIS. Lei.f 3 ets 0 3 c1 n n n1s ~ R
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• lik" -V- - 50333 7847 . -J 1\~L ". 150 x~ Un , U. S. Library of Congress, National Referral Center for Science and Technology A DIP.FCT0:1' OF IPiFOF.TATION RESOURCES IN THE UNITED STA'LyS, PHYSICAL SCIENCES, BIOLOGICAL , SCIENCES, ENGINEERIIvG. 1965 352 p. Washington
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l%kl'.ti'-, HiIIas, ThCGdOr6 C. CO;tptTTEB FZLING OP INDSX, BIBLIOGRAPHIC, AIM CATALOG MCRZES, by Bir.as, Theodore C., aud Jessica L. iirszis 1966 126 PaCes Bro-Dart Fowa"tioa Gedark, Nav Jersey U 3 t~ t1 n rl :2 1 5 b 6 1 ,
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. ~ . • , . ~ , . . .. . . . . , _ ~ -- . - : •T .......... ~.:..:~:.. _.... ~...r._.._ .. ... .. .~x. .,._., ...,. . .. Sh~ brazie$41 =Bu~2dings~;;'~ 50333 7828 + (1968) Shaat, Robert J., ed. aUILDYI;G FtR T1iE FU;U3E, Protee,diaga of the Libraty 8uiidin~e Tnetitute rnd 'tha Alta~ Vlork9aop Conduoted at Det_oit, Mich",.gaa, July 1-3 . . i ( . , . -! .+.. slu .,. 3 r. i:6? 208 PEoes f--.:.: icaa Library Assoc. Cbic,:go, Z'is ' 0 ! 537 I a: .
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-£quipasen Y.ibraries+ , 50333 7855 Collins, Carole T13S T;CW::.cZ iur:iL'!',L Oe LiBRe1RY' AND ° :: T... nn .•.~..w....n_.... . N. n , . ay C:~:o y .. Cailina, r'rW* L. Sc",iCk and Wy11;.a E. Ftright 1 S' 09 523 Fa-~= R. R. Bov:kPr Co~3nny New York a.~ ~~ ~ n Cl ~ ! 5~5 Q
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50333 7865 GERMANY--LIBRARIES/LIBRARIES--GERMANY/' 81 I Te Technische Informationsbibliothek und Bibliothek der Technischen Hochschule, Hannover, 'Ge ..,any SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL LIBRARY FACILITIES IN GERMANY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HANNOVER. I5,7c ( ?) r 0 3 n 0 na 2 15 7 4
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.. bal<''``'. t : ~1'~UF.X1C1(1 nN'J 1:1ij1.! L 7V%,j ..nlt. . NV \.a.JJ . N ' .. .... -.. .+..--~ _ CO;Q'3TEr,5--BIBLIOGRC- IIIES/COMP:'TERS--IhFOPmTIO;J SCIE:+(.E// j Br THE CA::ADI:,1J 21ATIO;it T. S_C`i;;iIFZC gEpJ:tT ;+~r. il ~ ~ /11tD TT lf /!t' r1T-`f' \ .-^~ .-~: ~ er TF:Ot!i.1CAt. i. ~'Oi'_:..ci_.~~Si~~ SY(~ ~I:.~h r1ay, 17t•'. ^ A PFtOC~RFSS REPORT. ~ ~ . JACK E. FiR0.-i"': : ~+ A'/!T?.0...... T. °C7?';CF ;S3 :.tlitY o 1972 1-:l.~.:;:; cc:ratS.n :~.oRUU, LLTURE ~ ~...s,.a. ~ COPYRIGHT ; 972 __ NATIOUAL Fr,. 4TIOir OF S.^,I't•::CE ASuTR(`>.CTIi';G A1,D IND-E)C1.2•,''a :EF"v'ICr.;i The Miles Conrad 2;emorial Lect-are was establishc-d , to honor the.late G. l;ilns Conrad, first P.esident _ of the Feder a tion. :his lec ture is "to be presented = every year at the Annual I•Ieeting of the FedcrFt;cn by.an out•standing person on a suitable topic in the field of abstractinC and index.ir.C but above the larel o* r... ..!~V J ~ • V'- - .~ d1J VUC7...e cevelcprer.t of the current scientific and technical infornatioa systeia. He reviews the studies m_:de prior to the establish,~nezt of the systen and the role of Covernment and national bodies in the opcratino p~ 0 n c1 ~~ 2~ 5 3$
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. lIkI. -.- . -:-.,-.~~._.~-- _..~.:~..... ,... .:....~.,~~ .. Q Libraries--E~uip~nt--S~p lf ar::; P' ,,~' ;.CW1s, Chestp? 2', S:'ECIAL LU.i>.kZZES. UCU TO °'t,A:! A,~'I2 £QtJ:P x"c'.tl' i. (Special. L:hurs-as Aauociatian '.~s:.o9.Aph No. 2.) 1963 117 p. Special Librstq ltaaoc. New York I U;~ti() nt~ 2 f ~71 I
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HEALTH CARE'AGENCIES/U. S. GOVERITMENTS--DIRECTORIES/INXER'3ATIONAL AGEN(;LBS--u1jttLjun'Lc: GRANT.AivMD SOURCES/INFORMATION SOtFRCES--DIRECTORIES/PUBLISHERS/RESEARCH CBNTERS/ INFORMATION ENTERS/LIBRARIES---DIRECTORIES/INDEXING AND ABSTRACTING SERIVEES/ DENTAL CAItE~ / 141 U kv f::j cc;j QIU 4F C~ ll 1977 ~ Kr ~~~~~ ~5 ~~~~m~ - . /A Guide to State, National and International Organizations, Covernment Agencies, Educational Instilutions, GHoshitzls, Gran,t=Award Sources, Health Care Delivery Ag.encies, vJournals'Newsletters, Review Sersals, Abstractinoervices, Publishers, Research Centers,,,_~omputerizedrQzta Banks, Audiovisual Services, and Libraries and Information Centers. I '-)~[ e& (19 1,) Anthony T. Kruzas Editor Robert Fitch Allen Assistant Fciitqr GAL~RESEARCN CG1l1PxVNY.4 B6OKSO1'1~;R ~ DETROIT, MICHIGAN 48226
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•. F 50333 7851' --Libraries--East Germany. Deutache Akedcnie der Wiaser~echaften ru Btr2in, Institut fur Laku=et4tioa, Bercich M.eaadik uud Litecaturd;enrt GES1'.tllti"';.nZi:IV-aLS I'iwt: IN DEN hJi:J,MENTATZQ:4Sa STE=-'§ DER LDR Z: ITSCMUTL?t, TECi,r.'aK, !'.ATL'?ZW=SSr'3tSCHAFTFN i7A'J EIYIGE (List of Seriala of Special Libraries and Gth.r. Docun:entaticn Centers kithirn th2 Deuta.hcan Dt-=krutl sclzzn i:cpublik. Tecbro1oL'Jr, tiaturxl Science and Other Related Siabsects. ) %'Er ~'E•rlag fux Bs.tcho I ~ibliothakawesea Lcipz:,- ICI514 528 o:~nnnc~a t S~t~ ;t
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.. :a 40-- , 0 ~ g' .0' ' ; ~ ~ < ,;.a Listening Equipment ~ Technology Reports 1 f . Litirary o a ~ July, 197 by United States Testing Company, Inc. rticle describes and evaluates.cassepselectionrofdeighted This a and/or advertised for institutional'usel The initial most tape recorders include.. principal m~nufacandturers of consists such of those equipment mod who s dis includes - tribute nationally in the United States, s They uentl considered by librarians. The machines included accotc.:nodate freq Y and o erate at one speed (1Q ip )• cassettes) P e. Other only one tape format ( uenc response in the middle rang are all monoptionic and have a f rcq Y dels and brands will be eva.uated~in(~thn ~~~sr1r~iciceascsLual t~) enentseSs ~ _ -.--.---.-•... n 6 3 S`rASSETTE XAPE RECORDERS FOR LIBRARIES
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-- --'' ,. "` 50333 7863 'm'"" ~ ~' Ref. Libraries--Europe--Addresses ..: Q , Saur, xa1-Otto = 123 ' Ha HE.., D3UCH DZR TECa1tISCaEIQ DORUI:E, IJ Pi~? $I3i.IC+:p.~-FHTE, ACH^i:F; EAZ~;) EIt:LIQiH}; :S.t,Dr~:SSFtJw~i, TLi.L 2. (l:.anabcok of Technical Doc=entattoa snd Rib12 o, raphv, Vol. E. Liar of A~ir,_cs:ca o: the Ir i ta:~ . u, cn~ Libraries, Part 2, Afr:r.a, Aaeerica,. Asia, U.S.A.) Ausuzt 1M 1496 Pages Ver1E$ Doy,Msazation Mtir,ich, GcA:ary Arrau;ed in alphzbe!-,{c,,l order by eo::ntrj. 0 ~ .~ i1 n ~l CI ~ ~ S / 2 I I
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• 50333 7858 THE LISRARY ENVIRCNMEN'P ASPECTS OF 1NTERIOR PLA"E,D, PROCEEDINGS OF THE LIERARY VOUSQ"FM srsrnV-)F., sr. t,oM, NrssouRS, =WE 2r.-27, 1964, edited by FrAZer G. Poole L>~3 sy pegee t'.u:Lrir.rsa Libxwry bssocisLi.Oa Chi,a~Za 0 0 3 0 0 n n 2 1 5& 7 .
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50333 7864 Suur, iCarl-Otto . HA."JDBhCH DER TECB.KISCHEri D01'CU`iEMATI4:1 UND RIfLIOGUPtlIE, ACFITER B.AND I,YTES.tvAIIQNALES BIBLI0211BK.SAD3ESSBtFCH, TEIL 1 (tIanabook cf Tecluiical 1?oc=entatioa rnG BibliQExaphy, Vol. 8. Lict of Lddres:.cs of the Int3rnational Libraric3, Part 1. Europe) July 1966 664 Pages Vorlag Dok=aatation Eiciniclt, Gerccny Arraagod ia alphabetical order by country. 0 Z(On .1111 J : 57 .1 A Ref. ",Libraries--Europe--Directories~
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50333 7848 ti. Rei. Q 123 fla ',W Y;tStaiies=-DiiceCtories'~ ~, . TATY(ai1 'cfi:D DiE FPM"cri- f/~T'~T~'~1 !9?11 tt+~rs A (ltanC1lbCo3; fDl" a•DGhn7.C.al riCvr:°ri.`:!~taoa .+...~ ~~ }, 1 ~ ...~.......s,.. n.... 1 ., w. + • .~ .~ „~ .~- s.+~..~ to Wak and L.ibrary :Iolc~iu~a)-vo~. a , Dva=ontz.t:ca_an D-,-,r :echa:.h lii"~TJ.A4~A iN..rm APr~.S'1.1Mi.:7~ rOlRiJ,'-IT~- . . ~, , ~_cr3a+; 3;~2:~~~~aiationen lac2~aik wuncilesn-pu3la.: h U:S n n n n ~{ 5 S 7
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50333 7870 : HOLOGRAPHY/COVERIdmF.NT PUALICATIOhS/LIBP,AR rTS--~Ii';T'EkI'IAi"IO:1.~.L/` RE:F z 665 En 1973 . U.S.GOVERNMEh'T PRINTING OFFICE/GP.MSMAR/ / ENtCYCLOP"EDIA OF LIBRARY AND INFOhl:IATION SCBENCE - Executive Editors VOLUME 10,,11 ~~ ALLEN KENT Ghana to tiong Kong HAROLD LANCOUR &- Y Assistant Editor AY E DAI j . L I WILLIAM Z. NASRI MARCEL DEKKER, INC., New York j-; ega. 'l
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50333 7873 , LIRRARIF.S--I*JTERNATIfWAL--flTRF.(:TORIF.S /LIRRARIES--''!RAICAL/ DIRECTORIF.S--LIBRARIES. SPEC,IAL/ REF DIIWCT®RY .0 /OF 143 Un . 197R MJ0MlV~DfCA.'L. LMMMES ~ ; WoAMDVWDE 1 PUBLISHED BY U S. DIRECTORY SERVICE 121 SOUTHEAST FIRST STREET P.O.BOX011565- MIAMI, FLORIDA 33101 International Standard Book Number 0-916524-08-6 Printed in U.S.A. 0 n n n n 2 f SR 2- ® COPYRIGHT 1978 BY U.S DIRECTORY SERVICE
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50333 7875 . - -~~ : 71 I r 'T~ Librarias=-: Medical Brs:lGoa, Alf r ed N. SSL"~CM LIST OF 300+tS A.YD J0U1`.t~1~.LS FOR T.E S'SALL MFyICAL 41iN1tfL11 Bu11. t~aS. Lib. ~'.ssoc. 59 (21a. 2) Z56-Z8S (Apr. 1971) , , : f 1 ~ ~ t ! 1 l
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50333 7869 .~ac.;~a.----- -- - ,Z.tbrarie s---Ynt~rlihrery "lc;aa»`Interna'tio4i3:~ NEW RULFS FOR INTERNATIONAL LOAN. UNESCO Bulletin for Libraries, g, 5-6 (1955) E~.~o n n() 9 1 Sp 7 R
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50333 7872 N LibrzF~es--jntaVM4 Ynternatiomzl library directory. lst- etL;: lV4.- Lor,don, A. P. tii'aIex,.Orgunization, Pub. Z)ividon. .. 26 cm. ' L Librat'ias-Direct. Llbrary o! Congceas Z72116 63"2=
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50333 7868 ='~ I ~,'1 7n 2 ~ , ~ Intornatioaal Feder8tica of Lfbwery Aaeocia- }er . t. e4, : tioa. Pi:OJECTr.D REVISItN 0? THE RIILL'S OF II=- . •~. NaTIMAL TitTERLIDaA,Y LOOS. (Projet do . Ravieion dn :i~glemnt dn Pret Internetiona31 . f; P'notostat rirom: I69-170 (].95it)• W! 0 3~ n t~ 7! S 7 7
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50333 7866 ,- - -- •...,....-- -- - - . --- - - -- - -~ ~ + LIBltARIES--GOVER.'~MAITAL--BIRECTORIE$~ C OM «? Z« 1 I14 ? 73 I Unl - ~ ' DIRECTO'RY OF--LIBRARIES IN THE UNITED. STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. FIRST EDITION CtS,Department of Commerce f Washington, D. C. , ' September 1972 ; I . OSSTI:IB-OiJTED BY: •- r ^r U. . 5285 Port f:o,a! Rozd, SptingfielG Va. 22151 j .. ,.. . _- ~ 0 3 n n n n2. f 5 7 5
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50333 7881 MEDICAL LITERATU //MEDICINE--LITERATURE INFORMATION/ INFORMATION STORAG & RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS/ LIBRARIES,--MEDICA z 699 Wa 1981 PING WITH THE IOMEDICAL L IT LITERATURE A Primer for the Scientist and the Clinician Edited by Kenneth S. Warren PRAEGER - rRAer-ro srEU • AL STUDIES PRAEGER SuEMIFK I o3 o on0 2 1 s9n
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% • -- - - ---- - ~ - - . . 11XI. -.- , 50333 7880 LIRRAR IF.S--I*JTF.FNATh*tAL--T)IRRCTORIF.S /LIBRARiES--M.°.fltCAL/ DIRECTORIF.S--LIBRARIES, SPECIAL/ I REF 1 • -A + 0 b 143 Un 197R DIRWG'7'ORY OF . MJ0R~I~ LIE.~R~ES i~O~ 'DWVffDE PUBLISHED BY U.S. DIRECTORY SERVICE 121 SOUTHEAST FIRST STREET P.O. BOX 011565- MIAMI, FLORIDA 33101 International Standard Book Number 0-916524-08-6 Printed in U.S.A. 0 n t~ n n2 I 5 8 9 - Ill ©COPYR/GHT 1978 BY U.S. DIRECTORY SERVICE ~ I'
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1 ,"LIBRARIES--INTEP.NATIONAL=:DIRECTORIES/DIRECTORIES--LIBRAYIES/ 50333 7871:i . JNFORMATION SOURCES=-D1'RECTORIES/ , Q~ Handbuch Handbook. ' Internationales World Guide uj a• der intemationalen of International Bibliotheks- to 19"- Dokumentation Documentation Handbuch Libraries ~ und Information and lriformation Band 8 •;. .. ':. Volume 8 A vols.' Vef4 Dokumentation PuOach bcti Munchen 1974 4. Ausgabe ' 4'" Edition Teil 1 Europa, Amerika A urope, America 4. Ausgabe 4"' Edition Teil 2 Part 2 Afrika, Asien,Ozeanien Africa, Asia,Oceania Register , Vndex .~ i, . ~ Part 1 7. i s :
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1 Ref z 665 En "'.abraries -tEncycloectias:W - = -- ... 50333 7852 Keat, &Ule:%, ea. E?CYCLO°EDIA OF LISBARY ANU INFORMATION SCIENCE. Vol. 1. A. to Asaociae., editea by Allen Kent ar.d Harold Lancour 1968 676 Pagea "iarcel Dekicex, Inc. New York ~ rn.
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. { ~ 50333 7875 ,,, .` .r• I ReB . µ~ Libraries-Medtc.al A DB3?!':1 °LZI: T-0 Ij:iZaFD ~~-~'~.tt =' 7JL~ "' ~ ~.Ci '~ r'~YD '?:-0: ~ iTiC~ '~ S l.. - ial'.y"`~~'~~ Ct1.Llbt~ UCst.~w YVL~1/1• i T• S~Y.wYI t7Y~W~.j }! '(t, .~'a L/rJLrTNK, ~• t~.. CV.CiiS• YLL. I1• 17[.Li V,MV w S~VDLYJ. ISl5S U. S. DepL. Cc.w:,.ores Washington U 3 nn n t1 .2 1 5 A~
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I , 50333 7886 , ZB '"Libraries=-PhotodupZicatipn~'Rervices-r"DiYedC. Brinkley, Cosby DIRECTORY OF LIBRARY PHOTODUPLICATION SERVICES 1966 65 pages University of Chicago Library Chicago 0~ n n n n:2 1 S 9 5
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, ~ • . . ; , • . ~ ' - ~.../.o W~.:raa..o.: ~~.:. ~... - y~ ~...a.r...r --' ~ ~ . . . .......•..~. _... REP •LIBRARIES--JAPA.'~/L7BRARIES,SPECIAL--DIRECTDFI3S/JAPAN . Q ~ INFORMATION SOURCES--DIRECTORIES/,143 Se t ~' 19?IRECTCRY , OF SPECIAL LIERARIE -. , D 973 . ; I J ApAN. ~ !: .. . oomPkub uritea and tnlMtQ ~ i Via SPECIAL L19RAAIES A KTOGIKAI SfNMON TOSNOKAN 0 / (7 1 h u d s ,.o dYaE arlulrp du'Ml 1972 • SSOCIATION. JAPAN ~ .. ..ti Y..~, T '. ~ r-- - --- - --- `---1`. 50333 7874; i
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50333 7887 . ,.. ~.,.. r .. CoTLct.d- Libraries=-RJB Research 'Library,.,,, Materia3„ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Department, Science Information Division LIBRARY FILE (NEW EQUIPMENT, ETC.) COLLECTION OF, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Department, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz Looseleaf 03 n n n n2 1 5 96
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G 6 S C: e, 1) u t1 u1` 0 . \1 ~ <zrT".rg:7.7.LT'.Is i't'I70iIY") fd.IUO.'l -- ~ , ~. .,- ~ F' - ~aq~nkd `l.lIAX IO~1 ~ ~ F , -~ 7r,, ~ ~ L-L i . £L'?Pl I =s ~, y;UICuVo La.ufi:i--S ~ . ~. .- .. .. ~ ~ ; ii EBBL E£EOS t ' .. .. . .. .. , .. _. . _ ..._ __. ,. . .. __ ..... -_. . ._ . .. --- ... . -.
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50333 7867 •_ .';:; ~ - ; I 1 1 . . . _ ._~ _ . .. Li~aries--Interlibri3ry LoF:n.'`~ Acnarxcaa Librer,y AssoQiatfon (3ETtGAAL INT&RLISURY IliAtt WD8 3.%Z. l956 rav• ad. 30 pi. PP7SriC&-) Y;iIPAVY ~OQi~~koA (:Sl" '7 Q:~ t1 n~~ i ~ t S 7 6
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Litt? et:.m, L . m. (e3. ) halW eaROLM MOR t7•S? OF St:?Pm= 1965 (p?? 575 z-a. Narth Carali.n sns Statd /,fiiversity at AA7.eisN ~ n ~ a 1 S~ 4 Q 3n
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~ 50333 7876. < Iiraude, Robert M. CQST-°i:;~.T~Gktx.P.RC:: A:JALYSIS OF T'rJX- MzDIATEa Iiyii:iir,Ft3RARY LOANS IN A uMsJnf-ti*7rn ME-~~TCaL CEIv"!'_n T.Il:uaRp, by Robe: t ii. Zraw4c auct Nancy }iolt Isull. of the i•te4. Library Assoc. 59 (No. 1) ti5-7U 04m. 1971) . J 3 n. n n 0 :. 2 1 58 5
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50333 7879 71 I " Libraries--Medical Ti Tir.:o;:r, John A. , Sk'LECTL'U LISTS 0F JGUaAL.S FOR TilE SM4".LL. MEi)ICAL LIL?.1'1tY: A CO:1PA~'tATIVli •V.TVrvc +VM....vr~/ aull. of ti:e ::eo. Library Assoc. 59 (No. 1) 87-93 (Jan. 1971) n I (: :; rt n t~ ~~ t 5 P~
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50333 7877 - • - = -_ - -- --. - j - - - rs. RA ~: 97b Libraries=-Medical..-: ~, Me A , MEDICAL 0.:CfiRD LIBRARY SCILNCE BmQwwIO.'i P.EVI7s'~ BCOX, Vol. 1, Edited by Hary Pauline GreSorio 1969 261 Pages Madical Fxamir,ation New York Publisbing Compaay, Inc. I ~.+~,.~...4. ~ 0 3(l (l r1 n * 2- 1 S R 6 III
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50333 7884 :- PERIODICALS--aOP.TIi CAROI:IiyA LIBItARIES/ ' 1973 Third Edwon ~, ~ 6l,0ttiiEDICAL SimiIALS . _ . ..~, ;~ Judy WoOciburn, Editor Medtai Cenior Library ~ , . : . ~ Duko Univeisity ~ ~ Duiham, North Carolinz - ~ ~ : I Ju;Y 1973 . • . . .. ' PERIODICALS -itEDICINE--BIBLIOGRAFIIY/MEDICINE--THESAURUS/. ~ , pERIODICALS--DIRECTORIES/INFO%,fATIOPi SOURCES--DIRECTORIES/ _ ' REF LIBRARIES--NORTH CAROLI"NA-PERIODiCAI,S/ NORTH CAROLINA--LIBRARIES/MEDICINE--DIRECTORIES/ ~ Z Pk~•I1~j1T.,/~i S--PI~ J10S,'Pj~PI 1IES--UIZ~ 0N LIST/ 1007. No [aL~~i t i~~s-:v L tr~lti Ut `t~.rN ~..j5T OF . . ;4 ~ • , . ! . . . ~. _ . 4 1,. ..prY~~e.._^1..+-.~^.+^.~~.~. . . -......... ~... ~... -. , ". • ._r ......-« .+~ .~.~... ..~.~~s ~r- . ..~•.- - ...-~".._....~a. . -. .~ . . -~ . .. ._ C:3 n n no 2 1 5 4 3 7
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50333 7891 . I Libraries--Services; CoA4 Cohen, Nathsn M• STATE LIB,tARY F.XTEt7SIQh~s RgSOIIRCES A?~ S~VZCES, 1960-61 1966 90 pp. U. S. Dept, of Health, I;ducation a Off3ce of Education iJQShingtoa D~T~fare, 0 1 6 t1 0
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50333 7895 f ZM 2•Iau3xy, M.uriez C. U£FS.ICY SP~',VICE Ta BiJSI:hSS, Its Place ia dhc S:OLiI City 1946 ?72 Pages Azeric= Library Associatioa Chicago O a~ ~/ l1 f1 1/ / 1 6 0 4 t
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Ilk, -`- - . 50333 7892 2 6511 Co -`Librariss---Seririces`~ ~ Colltra, Carola , "„~ BOWY.ER htr5t33I. Oa~ LIpP~Y '~!3 • ic~.. nl.. y\{, I~J~Q ••..~.......rY1LLVr ~..r..~' . ~•yll\ at M^+a~J ~.L'.~N ~.' J) CaLC e 6oiii.ms, IMpnk L. Schick aa3 FTy11is L•. «righ: 1969 523 Pages ?. R. B!w,;ker Compan, New Yorx 0 3 n n n i) :.:? 1 6 tl !
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~'SCT3::.L:E IiirUn:•111T10:; SiatVll.~S/Ii:r01(2-It1FI0T ;S/Ii:r01(2-It1FI0T; STORr'.yE A:.D P,ETeaEVAL/ 50333 7898 ,, '•`L.IRRART.F.S-- SERVICES / z 699 We 1972 INFOWlTION SCIENCE SERIES. INFORMATIOti SYSTEMS, SERVICES, AND CENTERS r;" BY HERMAN M. WEISMAN National Bureau of Standards, WAshington, D. C. A WILEY-BECKER HAYES PUBLICATION BECKER AND iIAYES, INC. a subsidiary of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York ~ 3 n n n41 2 1 6 `0 7 01
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/LI3RARIES--U.S./ 50333 7902 /It1FOPS1ATI0N STOI'.AGE AIdD RETRIEVAL--U.S. GOVER.\aE:7T/ REF• A DIRECTORY OF 1NFORf,4IiT(ON RESOMCCS -Uf~{ITED STE,TES 144 Q Un IN THc _ -- ~-,,,, -- _~. 1974 ~-1-':..~(~E '~ fiJ0 ViR N P4 i t`T With a Supplement of Government•Sponsored Information Analysis Centers Rcvised Edition Scicncc and Tcclrnology Uirisiolr National Rcjcrral Ccnter L(t3RARY Oi CONGRESS . WASHUNGTOiJ . 1974 0 3 n l/ n tl 2 1 6 1 1
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50333 7897 Z. 681 Ni 1973 LIBRARIES--SERVICES/ PtjnTOCOPYING--P,IFF:CThRY OF SP.RVICES/DIRECTORIES/ DIRECTORY OF LIBRARY REPROGRAPHIC SER1ltCES 5th edition COMPILED AND EDITED . .. BY ~JOSEPH Z. NITECKI ~ Published for the Reproduction of . Library Materials Section, RTSD-American Library Association by Microform Review Inc. 1 .:. - . • ... . O. ~ : ~ . 1,.~.-......-..-.-. :....-.+:......->.+ ~..,..'-. - --T~--•---- ...~ . . nn 6 i.
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50333 7889 I LIBRARY SCIENCE,TEXT SERIES ~OSS,4R/ES IS/F/EATid~Y--lTod~S ~ CL It ~ ~ Introduction toj:&gt7s Technical Serv~ /qT1 .ces for Library Technicians I 0 3 n0 n t) 2 t S 9A MARTY BLOOMBERG G. EDWARD EVANS
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50333 7896 r ,t%~~ T / -. ~-. ~ Un+versit of Loncaster librar Ottoi T p• ono N y y. ~ apers, o. 3 t ; . . PLANNING LIBRARY SERVICES Proceedings ofaa Research Seminar ~ ~~ , 9 -11 July _ 1969 _ r~ Edited by A.Graham Mackenzie , .. . and Ian hl. Stuart .~- _ aster Library I University o anc = held at the University of Lancaster ` ~._ .__.
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,--- _-- --- 50333 7890 .00, ,rdoC- ees. rNr Ctn{er kEyIEW SERIES NUMBER S ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING RATES AND COSTS: A LITEItATUaE REVIEW by / Charles P. Bourne lcannc B. North Madeleine S. Kasson Information General Corporation Palo Alto, Ca5fornia i,/?o`1-1 i>iV ~ • 7?th docteme>i, wos l,repcrcd pursuant to a eor•.:ract with the Office of t.ducation, U.S. Dc,r.rtnttr.t ojNealth; E:duca:ion and Welfare. Contract- -__ nrs ur.dcrtak~r.r, :uch araiects under Governn;enr sponsnrship are
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wM. t 50333 7900 ~1~._.~ _.. :.... _. .~ :._.... .:~._.,_~,~ _... '-~Libraries--Staeistics uillifix.a, 3ob1 LI)I-P.F.XX SThTIS 1'TCS CF C4LT•LCLS A'_dD UaI,7F.'.aITI~;S :.aITI~;S: DAIA FGR IIIDIvII3UAL . Zr:ST'TTIiTIQ'riS, ral7 1963 1958 v. S. Dnp_. of Hecith, ECkcation ;sid k'alftr¢, Offica of Sducatiar_, t3et:.onal Centar for Edacatioaal Stattvtics 172 Pcmcs Wa&hia,-,toa, D. C. 0 3 t1 ~~1 t~ :- ~ 1 6 0 9
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. i------------. 50333 7882 ,rasp Rc„srC B. . (Eu. } .;. Iao Gil I~'.RY FwaC~~:~' ~~ .. ~SL7~S.'?~ S7~S.'?~S Cd~ 4Gr'1~ Cr`.I:4~.TI~~1 L .~'tirJ~.°. .3. 1;65 236 pn. Sta{.:c of N. C. Gove.ran:'s Co=i.ssion Ra2v3.gh, T?tt: •ch Ccro3.laza 0 D3 n n n n~ i~ 9 1
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, I . I Ref 50333 7906 : 1Z, Q150 o:i n n nn :2 6 Internatiow1 library directory. 1st- ~: ' ed.; 1V'.- London, A. P. Walea Organization, Pub. Division. .. 28 cm. 3. LsDrarcc*-Dlrecc. Z721S 6 LlDrars of ConEress S 63-23734
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:. I cz Llbi'arle6'a~31.1W~•~tkL+ee:~~ ; .~ Union list of serials in libraries of the t;iiited States and Canada. ?d ea. Edited by Winifred Gregory. _1c1.•isory committee appointed by the American library aFsociatio!:: Donald B. Gilchrist, chsirman (193i-1939) Wyllis E. «'right, chairman (1939-1943) Robcrt B. I)owns ... iand othersl New York, The H. 1V. Wilson company, 1J43. 5 p. L, 30fi5 p. 36 cm. List of cooperating libraries (with abbreviations) on lining-papers. "A bibliography of union listy cif serials, couipiled by Daniel C. askell ... and Karl Itrown" : p. (30;3-30da. upplementsry volume only. . See maici autY,or 43-1Q3J5 M." . entry. (c~ixIIMW.NI 0 :;
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50333 7903 _ . i ~~..+.r.....c. , r LT. S. Library of Congress. Cyrillic BibliograpAic Project. Se: al publicatiocLs of the Soviet Unior.,1939-1957; a bib- liographic checklist compiled by Fudolf Smits. ENew ex- panded ed., Wasbington,1958. iii, 450 p. 29 cm. Previous ed. published in 1951 by the Heference Dept. undcr title: Serials publications of the Soviet Union, 1P31)-1W1; a preliminary checklist. 1. Russian periudicals-Bibl.-Union IIsts. 2 Libraries--II. S. t. Smits. Rudolf. 1JU7- ii. U. S. Library ot Congn~ss. Itefercnce Dept. Seriai p~iblicutions of the Soviet Union, 1A39-11k;1.. ra. Title. ZG95G.P.9U57 - CopY 3. Library of Concress 01G.05/a'K7-/0012 Zf,(33.7.S4 1:U ~5Rw10~ -~......•:. T• e,.. e•.,. i
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I ..ft Y... },ja z ,, , 670 : ~braries-~-ServiceW, r~ 50333 7888 ?~'1 Ba ~ 5akewnR. G. u. =~ LZFiFceRY n.iU II`F()~.'~It,~iO,I SFP.Vit:ES b: F :3 PL4I~;~,G~•~ZT o;~nnnr,~ c i:k" 8 130 Pages .zc`woa Rooks 6 Cliva Bfugiey Ltd. Lonaaa a 9 7
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50333 7909 Journal -----Eib,raries--jiSS 8: National Lending Library for Science & Technology LIBRARIES OF THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR. In: NLL Translations Bulletin 3 (No. 5) 395-428 (May 1961) 03 n n n n 2 1 6 1 A
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i ~ ZC ~`Libraries=-Yearbook: y"~. Collison, R. L. (Ld3tox) pp,,-.GR; SS IN LIBRARY SCIENCE, 1965 1965 216 paEcs Butterwortha Londcn ~1 ;~ ra ~ n t~ 2 , .
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. llkl• ••'-- 50333 7893 /97/ ~ r+a /"' ir,-fircduction to ~ ~ 1`'71 SC1 ENCL-INFGRMATIQN WORK C,..11 :'~•N Bsc, rlIns~ 0 3(~ n t~ tl 2.., ,~~•:>1~1A1~~'or r, nQrch, Aslib I
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. 50333.7915 Ref. ~ Q --r`LYbrari~a, Hortfcnlxura3. 141 St Stepheason, J W THE GARDENER'S DIRECTORY. 1960 454 p. Hanover House, Garden City, New York "A Selected List of Books and Periodicals" p. 319-332. o:;noon2 1 b24
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50333 7905 : - -- -_ . - ---- - _ ;~ ZUf Dr,lon list of sCri =1s in Lbr?ries of 'UTis United StataII and C.:.nad.a, 2d ed. Fditod by Wi.zdfred GreF,ory. D,dVLcory aa=ittwa ap_raintc+d by^tho~.:, ^. A~r~.c.~n lib.a:,y acSocia.*~Jo:~s Donald ~1. vi2cr.._--: cha_..^m3n (193i•.,?9:9) Wyllis E. H'raght9 chzirj;a.-i . (I939-1943) Fwtfrt B. Dcxn$... and otIllors tkv Tork, T.:y H. W. Wilsoa comisaay. 1963, e96 S 4 tiv3.a. 3065 p. 504"12,-.;~&A ed I . ~ t~ n i~ ;# t b 1 4 ,) :; n r
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.!Librariies=-V•s--'D#eCtories=~ , Saur, Karl--Jtto HA.3UCd DrR TEC1~,ITISCFLN DORUMU'TATIGN UND BZBLIGMMME, FiC.KTM BbtiD It iER?0;ICiZ1LES B?L'LIO^aF.ILiCS,WRESSB'Ji.H, T;:IL 2. ("-adbaflk o: 1'achnical Docc-matetion Rcut L..bJ.io3raphy, Vol. 8. List of Ada:esses of tF.cs Ir.toZUetioaal Librrxica, Part 2, Africa, Amcrica,, As:a, U.S.A.) A~syuat 1966 1496 Paaea 'Ver2cg Do. •-,catetion l:uaicb, Ga~:•Acy t.rreagF,d ia alphabe, * c_.:l ord4r by country. ~:~ fl f~ f1 ~'~ 1 0~ h I- ...
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Ith-, •..-, 50333 7914 Libraric3s, Govornc~.ental , ' adrini3tr'atiQer; -•etc, 'D11'c3ct.orie3. U. S. Library o f Congress. Loan Division. Library and reference facilities in the area of the District of Columbia. 4th ed. LIVashinbton] 1952. viii, 153 p. 26 cm. Cover title. First ed. published tn 1U43 by the Legislative Iteference Service. . `i . ' ' •1 ~ . . . ~,; .` LWashington, D. C. - Libraries - Direct. 2 Libraries, Govern- mental, administrative, etc.-Direct. i. U. S. Librxry of Congress. Legislative Reference Service. Library and reference facilities in the area of the District of Columbia. u. Title. Z732.D62UG3 1952 027.0753 32-60010 Library of Congress - 15:.'p101 0 3 t1 n n n~ i~, 2 3
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Ilk, - .v-_ 1. RE~" ORT NUMBER ~7 LIBRARIES--SPECIAL-OPERATION/INFORMATION.'STORAGE AND RETRIVAL/ i z 699 De 1976 DDC/BIB-76-01 2. GOVT ACCESSION NO. 3. RECIPIENT'S CATALOG NUMBER AD- A022 700 . TITLE(t+ndSubtl(l.) INFORMATION SCIENCES: INFORMATION SCIENCES AND SPECIAL LIBRARIES 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS Defense Documentation Center Cameron Station Alexandria, Virginia 22314 50333 7899 5. TYPE OF REPORT & PERIOD COVERE Bibliography ept. 1959 - Sept. 197E 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT, PROJECT, TASK AREA A WORK UNIT NUMBERS . 19. KEY WORDS (Contlnue on rovers* side tl n.coaaay .nd td.ntlly by block numb.r) *Bibliographies Automation *Technical Information Centers Data Processing *Libraries Subject Indexing Documents Special Libraries Information Retrieval Information Systems (See rever: 20. ABSTRACT (Cont/nue an t.rtrrae a/de tt n.c*st:.ry and tdentlty by block numbsr) This bibliography is a compilation of citations on Information Sciences: Information Centers and Special Libraries. This report includes references on technical information center and special library operations. Four computer-generated indexe pr vi ed are Cor por te Author-Monitoring Agency, Subject, Title Oarrtl d~r~)nD ALtl~or~ 6 0 R
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.~ 50333 7913 LIBRARIES,~ ~COVERN.ITAL/ / U. S. GOVERNMENT--HIRECTORIES/INFOR`~iATION SOURCES--•U. S. GOVERNHENT/ ADDRESSES/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF ACRICULTURE--SERVICES/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF C:)`t~fERCE/ U. S. DEPARTMENT : COI~CtERCE INFORMATION CEtdTF.R/U.R/U. S. DEPT. DEFENSE,--SERVICES/ II.• S. DEPARTMENT OF E:TERGY--SERVICES/U. S. DEPART"~NT HE4LTH, EDUCATION, & k'ELFARE SERVICES/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF JUs`TICE/U. S. DEPART`iENT OF LABORt U. S._DEPT_. OF STATE/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANS80RTATION/ U: S; DEPT. OF TREASURY/ WASHINGTON INFORMATiQN WORKBOOK REF EDITORIAL RESEARCH Q 1 4' by Virginia Y. Antevil ~T Peter G. DiChelli 1979 . Lucy Norman Washington Researchers • EDITOR Margaret S. Jennings ~ ...._ . ---s 0 3 n n n n2, I b 7. : i
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50333 7917 .._..._......... .,__. .__...~....... .__.1.....~_ .._y.. ......_~.~.__ I ~ Libraries,-,North°Caxolins--SfatU;ica No -. --- . . _ .11,11 r North Carolina Library Commission Statistics of North Carolina Public Libraries, University and College Libraries Special Libraries, July 1, 1954-June 30, 1955 to date. ,. 0 3 n i~ t~ tl: 2 t 6 2 6
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~------ - -- 50333 7901 ~INFORMATION SOURCES--"U. S. GOVERNEMENT --DIRECTORIES/ DIRECTORIES--INFORMATION SOURCES/GOVERNMENT--LITERATURE INFORMATIC LIBRARIES--U. S./ REF Q 150 Am 1981 DIREChORY OF VV E:1 V 1 DO GOLLECTIONS & LIB S ThW Edition (L) Gowrnrnent Documents t___Aound TaON J C) 1 Mwrican UDrary / Aeaoclation / CaeOdorc Jane AA. IAatkay anG Barbara L Tumyn 0 :c nn n o 2 1 6 1 t1
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50333 7894 - Re,F SCIENCE z 699 Ja 1978 INFORMATION SERVICES/MANAGEMENT--INFORMATIONSSERVICES/S/ _ f".' r' : Z~ ~ ~?•:•1! ~L ~ 0% on A Manual for Higher Managements and Their Information Officer/Librarian Associates - EuaeRe B. Jackson University of Texas at Austin and • . ~ Dowden, I-Iutchin on ~~ ~ ~ Ross, Inc Stroudsbur S 8 Penns)'lvania Ruth L. Jacicson with a Chapter by o -; n n n0 2 ' 6 qpbet; A. Kennedy A I
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50333 7916 \ yibl•ar{ 3s, 7ntorr.ationsl--bircct6, ies~.~ ~ The World of learning. jZ•st;-Y ~. // 1Sed. London, G. Allen & Unwin limited, 3947, /ySyj 1~IC o-61 1 1`1GY-;S _?v. 23I cm. L Learned institutions and societies. 2. rniversities and coIlegea. AS2.W6 ~ 060 47-301 i 2 Library ol Congress ~ ~,J [b6p2i U 3 n n n n'a 1 6 2 S
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- .. ~..~. _ _..-. -'~.._ ~..r......~.~ ~.... REF 665 En 1974 . VOLUME 11) !3 _ . .A_~.a..... ` 50333 7918 . LIBRARIES--INTERNATIONAL/LIBRARIP.S, SPECIAI./--- -- - ~`~ ~ ~ ~ E~1CYCLOPEDIA OF LIBR//'~~ INY OY_{ • / 1TIONSCIENCE Executive Editors Hornbook to Information MARCEL DEKKER, INC., New York ALLEN KENT HAROLD LANCOUR JAY E. DAILY Assistant Editor WILLIAM Z. NASRI ORAD(/ATE SCHOOL OF LIORARY AND INFORNATtOV iC(EL!(7S AND THE KNOWLEDGE AVAILASILJTY SYSTEMS CENTER UN(VERSITY OF IfT[SiURGN f(77SSURGtl. PENWSYLVA.V[A . , 7' 0 3 n o n n 2- 1 6 2 7
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., STATES AND C.4~`SADA WITH PERSOPiNEL AND STATISTICAL , DATA. 26th ad. .1HERIC/lN LXBRARY DIRECTOF.Y, 1968-69, A . CLASSIFIED LIST OF LIBRARIES I:i THE WITED jDi=ectnri~es ~.;. . Steinmr-Prag, Elecunor F., Compilar I 1968 1071 Pagsa H. A. Bovkar Canpanp Nev York ~ ~. .~•. .I. . . ' . _•, ..~'..~:~,'.;.~.`. . ... i: ' .. ' . . . . . . . . -- . '. t • . . . . 0 0 n n:~ f b~ 7
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503337911; Colline, Carole 'I'NE 8WKER AliNtfAL OF LI'BRARY IM1D N4bK TRADE INEQRlIAT= 1464, by Caro3e Fr" L. Scr,lck and Wyllis 523 P:.Ecs :~. R. Ecw'"r Compgn; Nem Yosk n n n n' 1 b? tl I
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,WWI' --V, _ bIFrCTORIES--LIBRARIES--U.S./I\FORMATION' SOGRCES--U.S.COVERNMi/ °=LT!TRARIES, SPECIAL--DIRECTORIESI '• RESEARCH--U.S. GOVERNML•NT/ . .r. .. _. . ` REF z 688 Be 1973 , 50333 7920 FE~~~~,L L[3'63%AP%,%/ RESOURCES A User's Guide to Research Collections . Compi(ed by Miidred Benton ReWmh BiblingrapAer, Biubgicel Sciences C9awanicetioa Pcoject &kdieal Center, The CeoeEe aa.hin6toe Gni.emty science associates/intemaTlonaL. inc. _ LlE%cPkr 0 3 n 0 n n 2 1 6 2 9
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50333 7924 r .~ tlef. -'"-bibrarie.g, Specfi1l--Dixect ies 1 Special Libraries Association. Directory of special libraries; compiled by Isabel L.- Toa ner. New York, 1953. 297 R 26 cm. . 1 1 1 1 Librerles„ Special-Dlrect, t. Towner. Isabei Loatae, 18S&- a. Tttle. Z675A2S63 ~ J ~ 026.0058 63--8829 Library of Congress t544l5j a 3 ~ ~ n n2 1 6 3 3 r ~ .. ~' ~
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50333 7930 1 Fisher, Eva Lou. A checklist for the organization, operatiou, and evaluation of a company library. tNew 1 orkj Special Libraries Asso- ciation, 1960. %,3 _ ~ 60 p. 23 cm. ~ . I ZF \Libraries, Special--Evaluation. L Factory libraries. i. Title. Z675.F3F5 Library of Congress U 3 n n n n~ 1 6 S 9 026 ~ J 1610151 60-137Q6 :
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50333 7929 , LeWis, Ct~.cster K. SPECZAL LIBRARIES. flOW TO PLAN AND H.QZJIP TUM4. ~ (Spccial Libraries Associstion Monograph ro.:2.)• 1963 117 p. Special Library Assoc. New York . 0~ n . , . o n t~ :-;~ 16 3 8 .
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likI•_t-- , I TEF Q L?3 IIa 1973 50333 7921 "L I ;IZAR2ES;SP::CfAL-DIRECTOitIES f DIREC-LOP.IES ,'*INTERPiATIONAL'1 MARKETING RESEARfII/ADVERTISI:dG/PACKAGING--3IELIOGRAPfIY/PLASTICS/ SHIPPIIVG/RESEARtIi--i)IRECTORIES/BUYER'S .GUID.ti.'S/FOOD--DIRECTORIES/ CHFM,ICAL INDUSTRIES--DIRECTORIES/ B.IBLIOGRAPHY--DIRECTORIES--INFORPIATION SOURCES/ Handbuch der intemationalan Dokumentation und Information Band 5 Internationale Bibliographie der Fach- adressbucher ' 5.Ausgabe Handbook of Internat;onal Documentation and lnformation Volume 5 International Bibliography of Directories 511% Edition Verlag Dokumer.ta:i on / Pullach bei Mwichen 1973
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50333. 7926 - .. , i Q ~'Libraries, ,. Special--Directorie~ * ~; 150 - Ref Wi Wilson, IIrian.?. (ed.) 11SLIt3 DIRCOIORY. VOL. 2~ INFOMiATICH SOURCES EN 2ifJICxM6 THE S0~'.IAL 5aSEiCES AND ZAE xMM_TaES 849 Yoges ASLIB ' Londoa U 3 n n tt tl 2 1 6 3 S ~
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...+r.:~:ye.r~..w.....,o~... - ..v`__... , - -- -...~.....-'-- ...~...~.......w~..-----.. 50333 7922 • REF . LISRARIES--Jl`yAN/L'IBRARIES,SPECIAT.--DIRECTORIES/JAPA.ti/ Q ~ INFORMATION SOURCES--DIRECTOI2IES/. / 143Se : ~ 1973 TORY OF SPECIAL LIERARIES.; ]~_IR~ ~~ ~ •1973 ,~ JAPAN ~. . mRV*t* nrittd and a.kid • dvpqA Qiart p•,quyy durLq 1972 • . . SPEpAI UsRARtES ASSOCIAK OC'~AN ~~0~~ SOSHOKAN I
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50333 7927 Ref . Q 150 -Zibraries;; Special=-Directories--New-![oik. Sp Special Libraries Association, New York Chapter SPECIAL LIBRARIES OF GREATER NEW YORK. 1967 llth ed. 210 pages Data-Matic Systems Co. West Point, Pa. 0 3 c) ~ n t? 2 1 6 3 6
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S0333 7919 S,CIENCE INFORPiATION SERVICES/L1bRARI~~ 'S`r3PECIAr/3 GREAT BRITAIN--INFORMATION SOURCES/ z 674. Ha 1976 . ' specialised information centres Joan M Harvey CLIVE BINGLEY LONDON CX~ LINNET BOOKS HAbiDEN, CONN Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Specialised information centres. Harvey, Joan M Bibliography: p. Includes index. 1. lr.formation services. 2. Libraries, Special. I. Title. Z674.4.H37 1976 026 75-22152 ISBN 0-208-01521-3 (Linnet) ~aoo t.10 2 1 6 z8
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.:..~~ _.r .._,..:.....r._...r...~_...._. Libraries, SpEcial--~Directorigs Stei,acr-Prag, Eleanor F., Coa4piler AKBRICADI LIr3RA$Y DIKECTOXY, 1968-69, A CLILSSZFIED LIST OF LZBBARIES IN THE WITED STATSS AND C.SWA WI?H PEPSONNEL AND STATISTICAL DATA. 26th esl. 1968 1071 Pages R. R. Boarkar Coapany Nev York 0 3 ~,n n rl 2! b 3 q ~ _.
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50333 7935 ZW r-,iA.rarias;r~spee#.~--~i~fes~ttion svlletins Walker, J. R. A. INFORMATION BULLETINS IN SPECIAL LIBRARIES, BACKGROUND, PROBLEMS AND PRACTICE 1966 128 pages The Library Association London ! 0 3 0 0 n n 2 I 6 4 4 T
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50333 7934 i t?SR!!RIES; S8I*.'I?4L-?5fY3FMN!'IO`.= !:.^ i:?T?tif 73 1 Un f THE NATIONAL AC..£.IC'J:.TL'RAL LIBRARY A Guide to Servace --- O.S. Departmpnt of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland 20705 0ct. 1972 : I -,.-..- 0 3 n n n o.2 1 b 4:3 . , ~---_ _ _ -
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I _----- _.,..o~~_ 2 - 675 S1 1973 . INFORAtATION STORAGE ANA• RFTRIF.VAI,/ LIRRAIti,ES, `SPECIAL--INFOfiAtAT10N BULLETIt:S/ COST REDUCTION for S0333 7933 SPEC(AL LIBRARIES and YINFORMATlON CENTERS Frank S(ater. Editor - Published by American Society for Information Science June 1973 0 30 0 n 0 2 1 6 4 2
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50333 7931 Astall, Ronald SPECIAL LIBR1zRIES AND INPORINUTION BU'?tE.g.t3};. 1966 72 p. Clive Bingley London U 0 3 () 0 0 0 2 1 6 4 0
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ir Libraries, speciaZ--4andbook. 50333 7932 .` Q J~3 M,scCietion ofi yl^-nrI.G1 I3.brarios a^d Tn.oxma".: 'f b-Ama ux 'ioc'c of R-ectal ~. • ~ T~TTf~it.Of1 ::1.0:'tvJTl~ 3`JO^~ ; 2i t, c,•, . Li.brarie., an,3 Li:or-atic,:. 0 0 3 n . n n o:.:• 1 6 a 1
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50333 7937 ZL I'Libraries, Special--Operation. Lewis, Chester M. SPECIAL LISitl:RIES. EOW SO PLAN ATll') EQUIP TRM. (Special Librt:ies Association MonogrEph ho. 2.) 1963 117 p. Specicl Library Aseoc. Vew York C3 0 3 n f1 n t~ 2 I 6 4 6 r.
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6_ 1 9 a f ~O VIVC,d UO'4A-ajqSTijA lDql azaalaS ciu 0, ~ i ==ad j la ~Q~i~B~RR$gM-=saT.re~RT G:0 u u 0 2 0 S? OL6L EEEOS
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50333 7940 . ,-- Fisher, Eva Lou. A checklist for the organization, operation, and en aluation of a company library. (\ew Torki Special Libraries Asso- ciation, 1960. 60p. 23cm. 1. Factory libraries. t. Title. , Z675.F3F5 ( ; -) 026 60-137^6 ~ Library of Congress 161d=151 n n n 2 I uA 9 i , , ~ ~._ ~ .
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50333 7901 ZL Libraries, Special--Planr.ing. Leaia, Chester a. SPECIAL LIFRARIES. HCtJ TO PLA_X Ar"D EQUIP TllEM. (Spetial Libraries Associat:on Monograph No. 2.) 1963 117 p. Special Library Assoc. New York 0 3 n ~ n a :~ t b 5 c) . ,
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50333 7936 ~' yibrariss, 5pecial--Operation. Fisher, Eva Lou. A checklist for ,hc+organi; aticn, oreration, m,d of acomp:mr libr: ry. i\e:c York, Special Lihrarics Asso- ciation, 1960. 60p. ^8cm. t l I 1. Factory libraries. L Title. Z675.F3F5 02G 60--1379G $ Library of Conaress ~ ~ tf31d=15j U 3n n n n.2 1 6 4 5
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50333 7928 Grarstivc Researcb Services, Inc. T2iE J3c: O!' DATA Pt,7CaSSNG SQUIP:;ENT 8? LIBIi,ARIE3 AND YWfl£MTIOPi CENTE''S. 1966 160 pp. Creativa Resea.xch Serv'zcas New York, N.Y. l ,. 0 3 n ~ n n ~ 1 6 3 7 ;~
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AiDQrf c3D MOdIc?l Al'3P.4ci1tfon DIFL:CI'OEX OF itEAUd3i SCIF.ZiC?S Li,$RARYES IDt M fTi.I1F.U STATES-I459, by Americaa Medical aasoaatfca ama :~'•ealcal Librasy Edi~~~ hy Fr:.a.: L. Schicl: eaa Susan CraVfora. ~~7 0 C1 C} `~ 3 ti .7i ~ a.:~~':r:'%:.-'.~..::..:.'_...r. .......... :Y :': _ . . .~.N..c1:.t~fr...:.a...., ...,......:..~._.. , ... . . ~ . ~
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50333 7943 Z LIBRARIES, SPECIAL--PLA*.'NM% 675 Mo 1972 P. anncng 0 the SpeckI Ubrar'r A Project of the New York Chapter, SLA Edited by • Ellis Mounf • Columbia University Libraries SLA Monograph No. 4 SPECIAL LlBRl1R 1 ES ASSOCIATION NEW YORK 1972 0 3 n 0 n n 2 1 6 9 ?.
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S0333 7939 :~ Z5 ~`Libraries, special--Operation SPFCIaL t,Z$RARIEFs R 6uIDE FOR MAxAGENEWti editeal b.Y Edward 0. StCAble, I 1965 63 y^; SpeCfel L.i,biraries Assoc. t3ow 001 f 1 0.; in n n r1 2 t 6 Q R .
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I 50333 7949 Z L v Librariesy-lechnical--administrat_un T-mh, J : P e Commer ciel raid technical libtari- : AI1.Ers OA lic:win, 1055 315 Pe 23 cuo ,~ U3, ~i n n t~ ;1 1 6 ~~
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Snl33 7947 Ri:SI:ARCII, I~DLSTT'II~L--?fs`a+AGF.`iP.KT/R:;SE:1?'rl!; T1;}l,S'TRT•",T.--'.':S! P{AhAGE"1::1'I'- -PLANNIN„/RESE1+RGl~--At~: Z:.ISTYATIG',/J'•MT:-';;',7 / 175 CPECIAI. -YEC'~;`:l~AL,' T ~ R& D Administ'ra'tr1oI? S' Mo . 1969 ! G. Stuart Monteith, B.sc., c.Eng.. .tf.I.E.E. 2 c. ldinisiry of Technology Pub/uFta An.l D:Itribtrtrl !ii Tbe United St,au By / DANIEL DAVEY & CO., INC. HarHord, Connecticut LONDON ILIFFE BOOKS LTD ' 0 3 c) n n 0 2 1 6 56
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50333 794b I Sh5 Etbraries, Special--Technical--Plannin£ ~ (1968) Shm+.:, Robrxt J. , ed. Lii; i:.?TiS: FU:.i,C~It;^ Ff'•R Tli:: 2~'Ur:Z':::, , of tha Mbrary l;,;+_a.din"a Ir.siit.!:e 1:?r:a s..;~ 1.>67 208 Pigez-! ..___ ic:. n L.br&ry ;c¢oc. Chic,.g-, I..~f a.o~.s ! I --~..,•---.--•..-~.......-..,..._..;-.-•,:.. ~_. 0 ;; n n n n 2 1 6 5 7 i
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1 50333 7954 Libraries,-Dn:versity and College Wasserman, Paul. The librarian and the machine; observations on the np- plications of machines in administration of collerye and uni- versity libraries. Detroit, Gale Research Co. [19651 170 p. 23 cm. Bibliograpby: p. 145-160. Bibl[ographlcal footnotes. 1. J.Ibraries-Automation. 2. Libraries, IIntversity and college. 7. Title. , Z678.9.1V3 ~. ~ 025.078 65-2,"?rj ~ . . J Library of Congress i66t5I
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. « . 5(1333 7942 (Jnjversity of Lancaster Library O:cos;o-io Popers, No..3 PLANNING LIBRARY SERVICES Proceedings o(a Research Seminar held ot the , University of Lancaster ..• 9-11luly,1969 Edited by A.Graham Mackenzie and Ian M. Stuart - - f _ - I' ~ University of Lancaster Library 1969 Q_31t1..o_n o12 . ~ . J ,If JIr''..-05~- " '. 6 5 - ! A ~' ~'~
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50333 79U5 SyLCL&I. A GIlIDE FOR MANAGWeMv edite3 by ~:l-jarc' G. Strab7.e 1966 5° F. Speci3l Libraries Assoc. New lorR .U 3 n.t) n U2 1 6 5 4
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50333 7950 ZS ; T.ibrariea, Technica2--AdRinistratior.. L Straua, Lucille (Ja.^.:cson) 1S08- SciEntific end t:,~chnic:a 2ibrhries: tnrir orgFnir.ation and ac:rninis-'.ration (by) LucS.lle J. StrEuos, I:ene M. Strieby t_td AYberc:Z L. Lruwt;. tiew York, Interscien^.e Pucl:chcrs (1964~ A, 39$ p. i1lu3. 24 ca. (Library sc_er.ce aud dacLmentatico; a scrf.<a of tc:as aad n;onographs, v. 4) Revisio:: of Techr.icsl librari=s: tbcir organ:zetion and rsnager.:z:r.t, Q the Scicnce- TechnoloFy IIivibion, Spacial Libraries l.ywocia- tion pLblished in 1911. 7xicludee bibliofrap'~``~. ~ 0 3 rl ~ n n~ I~ 5 9
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t 72 1 P.aI, I!~'~'C?MATT t3t1 GTOkA:"-S AND RSTU7EVAL! I?~tirr.e~ ~0.;sceby of Seienees/ -~ j,fBRAR1ES ~,N D ,i~ Ft)RMATION TECtII+tOLOGY A National System Challenge A Report to 50333 7958 The Caunc~l on Library Resources, Inc. ~ By ~ < Thc Information Systems Pancl Computer Science and Enrir.eering Board k11TIONAL ACADEblY OF SCIENCES Wa;hinrton, D.C. 1972 ~ 3 n n n n~ I b h 7
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50333 7953 ZM Librari.es, University and Co1.lege Metcalf, Ke.)es DeWitt. 13S9- - Planninr acatlrmic an~~i research library buildings (b; Keves D. lietc:alf. \ew York, 1icGraw-Hill t19G51 zv, 431 p. lllna. '9 cm. ~ "8pooeorc~d by the Association of Research Llbrartea and tbe Aar elation of College and Research Libraries under a grant by t Councll on Library Re-ourcc•a." "selowtlee annotated bibllogrsphy^ : p. 40Ci-411. 1. Library arcb[tecture. 2. Llbrarles. IInivereity and coltec t. Aasociation of Research Librartes. u. Aasoclarton of College a: Rceeurch Libraries. ni. Title. Z678.3i38 -- 022 6-t---78! Library of Congress -- ~_ ~ (65n41
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50333 7946 ..iTrA j+r~...T:~': j j~1~ %J,?CK)^, I i ..afa I i SclGlllalc and r~eC1- i1Icad. .{ . . la1 bI a?'I es l Thcir Organi,ation end h`dminislration Lvcillc J. Strauss CliiT.'1STF.Y Al.n YHYSIGS LIRPARIAN TlSF. PENNSY/ YAN1A STATL UNtVERSFIY Irene M. Shreve FORKERLY CHiLF LI6RARV.N 1FL/ LILLY ANU COMPARY LTBRAnY AKD ED.'ICf.IAL CONSULTANT New U:~ rt n r1 ~ 2 1 6 S S S!CGHr' nmo,; 1`xlberta L. }3ro«•n . . FORMERLY HV.P LIUP.ARIApJ • _ . 7HE UPJOHN CO:•tPANy . _LIBRARY COVy.LiIT/.NT A R'1LEY•BI':CKER•NAYES PUL'L1CA1!0N BECf:Eit A171 liA1TS, L\G w RuLsid:nry Of john %N'iicy & Son:;, hc, York • Inncion • S;'dney • Tc,rorLto • $e,heada / A ..
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50333 7951 ZL Libraries, Technical--Planning. _a LeWie, Chester M. SPcCIA2. LYL'&4i?ISS. IiOld TO PL'th AND F.;UIP THDf. (Special f.ibra:ias Asaorinrion Monograph No. 2.) 1963 117 p. Special Library Assoc. New York n . ~~ . _ . . r . 0 3 n n 0 -,~. 1 6 6 n
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50333 "/960 I ' Library see R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research Department, Research Information Division 0 n."; n n n n 2 1 66 9
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50333 7956 ISh. F'~'.'ibRARIFS: DL'ILDINC FnR T: !: 17IJTURB, Prcceedi: ;5 S of the Library Buildi:~~s Institute and the A1t-3 (1963) ld Je,l 1-3 k h i ll i h y cp ,, C,, or s ondUctect at ih3n etroiti c St;cw, Robe, t J. , e,d. 1955 LiD;ART.?sS: 8U; TDIti' FG. TIM FUT'T',~, ?'>c^ccdf.n.,,s of tr.^. Library r.;i.! Al_ta Sicr4j,-ho2 Conducted at Detrci_, Nich'gall, 3;1iy ,... I~... 203 Pegcs Libraiy hoaac. ChirzL 112.n3iG 0 .,- 0,x r1 n n CI. . 2 I b 6 .1;
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50333 7959 Z Libraries for reseqrch and 3.nciustly. 675 Hi Hilligan, Margaret P ed. 1955 Libraries for research nnd industrS : pl:!r.ning and equip ment. A project of the Science-Technolo~~ Division, : pe- cialLibrariesAssociation. New York t1955i 58 p. illus., plans. 28 cm. (Special Libraries Association. Mor.o graph no. 1) "Based on a program on library planning and equip mcnt that thc Scien(e-Technolo,-y Division prescnted at the 44th annual nwettn, o: the Special Libraries Association at Cincinnati, Ohio, Mcy 1F3 -21 1954." Bibliography: p.,%-58. 1. Technical libraries. 2. Industrial art libraries. L Specia Libraries Assvciation. ficience-Technology Group. u. Title. (.~ ries) Z675.T3Ii5 ~• ~ ~ 022 55r105ZX ~ Library of Congress 110, 0 3 n n n n 1 ~ 6~5 ~3
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.; , 50333 1952 ~..~._...~... _..._.~.....___..~~i_~.~~a....~.s~~~..._ .s...:.~ ... L/ I Q 180 Y, ' -Libreries, University and college. DicGaw, Howard F 1911- Dlarginnl hunched cards in colle~e and research libraries. Washin,gton, Scarecrow Yress,195Z. 21S p. luus. 23 cm. Bibllography : p. 203-208. 1. I'uncbed card sSstems-L'brartes. 2. Ltbrarles, L'niversity and collepe. i. Title. Z715.Df3 ~~ 025.078 52 i£1C~ Llbrary of Congress '~ 153i=101 0:~ (1 tt n[l
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THE UNIVERSITY OF ORLAYO?4A SPECIAL LIBRARY OPERATIONS A DISSEFTATION 1972 SDT3KITTED TO THE GRADUATE FACULTY in partial falfillraent of the reqvirements for the .,-. i.ftlK"iES, S:'1:CI.41.--DrE'tATIOR/ 50333 UISSE2TATIbNS---U:dIti'ERSITY OF GA:LAHOMA/ -, A A-1ETHOD TO DETER;.IINE EFFECTIVENESS CF SYECL1I.L LIBRARY OPERATIONS 7938 .. _ SY . BDWF.RD P. tiILLEtt fto_man, Ok) ahama .0 -; 0 0 n0 2 1 6 4 7
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50333 7955 d ourr.ul St3I~'~.RT.,F`S G^ TN';~ ACi~=:1 0_ SG Tv:.C~ C= ;'; __: '~~SR. Mqti.otAl Lending Libtaxy for Scfeixe a'Technolosy LIBRARIFS OF 7HE ACADFMf OF gG?INCES QP 7HE USSRo ?A , NLL TrAnslatloas Bul.2e tin ~ (tb. b) O": ••0T.{i~t 0 .; C} n n n•
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50333 7944 , A RLCC:0i"c.h'Dr.D DESlCii FOF: T'~:w i',aI1TiD S: ySLS FEDICA:. A-r•t7 VOL. Y. SY5T.',. ~., r.J-,•~ .,..C.` ..:r:.~^,., COSTS. VOL. IZ. MC} C~.C:::TD JaUuw: J. 1965 U. S. Dept. Cr.umerca V:8Riangton > 0 3 0 Q n n 2 1 6 5 3
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50333 7966 z 695 Am The Library Association The American Library Aseo_iatioa 1.NGIA--k.*::a.ICM CATAL0uIaOV RULES, t.O:TH VfERICE.N Tf-:T, by The Ar•:ertcan LiL:ary Anrociation, The Library of Congre.ao, Thn Library Ar.eoci.ation and iha Cftuudic.n Librery Aesociation 1967 400 Paycs Ame+rican Library Assoca ation ChicpFo O f~ ,'~ n n n n> t 6 7 9
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50333 7961 J ~ 7.f % VO 1 ~tr1 / S1 t r ~Ctty.2 Annual U~.port on the Library* TABLI: OF CONTI;NTS .,• 197Z•Jtuu 1974: Elliolt H. Morse, Librariarr The Coller T,ihr.rr Janu,rr- Libra~~ ~a>c~t(t`11 Cu!Ir•ctions: Lisabeth M. Holloway, C'urafor Report of the As..istanl to the Librarian: Beatricr• F. Davis Mid-Eastern Regional 1\ledica! Library Program: John A. Timour, Director June Fulton, Assi.aanf liircclur- Catalog 1)iviflion Project Grar.t: Sarah B. Caspari. llcad, 1'rocessing Department Medic:+l Documentation Service: Alberta D. Bertun, Director Inslitution:r! Registrants Statistical Summary Library Staff 0 3 ~ n n n~ 1 6 7 n
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50333 7967 i V Catalog rules; author and title entries. Comp. by conimitte of the American library association and the (Brit:-h) I brary nssociation. _lmcrican ed. Boston, A. L. A. Yublis: ing board, 1908. xvi, 88 p. 25; cm. J. C. M. Hanson, chairman A. L 'A. committee, editor Americc edition. Library aasociation. z C 1. Cataloging. r. American library association. n. Library ass dation. nr. Hanson, James Christ[an Meinich, 1RC,l-1943. Library of Congress E~ Z695.A52C \\\ tn50z'3j 8-271 0 025. t~ :; 0 n n 0.. 2. 1 6 7 6
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50333 7969 Library Assnaiatiou :'s-~;.ziet t~o. 1'7. Burkett, J :1licrorecordin~ in libi:uries; a revie•.r of l,resent praciic^. London, Library Associatiun,1Ji,7. 53 p. ilios. 22 cm. (1.iLrary Association pamphlet r.o. 17) 1. Dlicrophotography. i. Tltle. Z265.B85 ~-1 025.129 58-2 iJ4 1 t.. _~. Library of Congress 13; ,~, 0 3 n n n n. ~ I 6 ) R
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50333 7970 I 12 Library Rasociatioa Pm.phlet No. 24 P1u", P. N. ClNCRAL LJORARY 8TORAC6 OF BOOKS. (Lidrwry quociatfon Pa"hl.b Mo- Wo 1965 t}ae L•ibr4ry ASaoci.ation Lrondan ~+...+e...-,. _ .-_....~....~.~.,...:r..., _ ^ ^^---.-. -.,..,n~... s...+.~.. ~.- . _ -..a... . r--. ~ 3 n n n n2 1 6 7 9
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t n Y n n n 0 2 1 6 R 9 50333 7980
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50333 7964 I Shs Librarp Architecture (1968) eQ. PC:T,* TiiE rJ3'L:w. n.-rr4 Cet a Cc•n:,sctei Lt DotYc_'t, (1 () tl Cl ~ ~ ii 7.~ Cl .;
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50333 7973 ~ La3 ~ (1969) i.ibrary Automation, Research and Consulting Association LARC (Library Autrj=ation, Research and Consua.ting Asao_ir-tion) CO1:STITUTION OF j FE LIIIF..,:.Y AUT'0.`'.A.TYON, RESEr SGH A2:D CO:;SLn,TZ•JC e1S£CC1.ATIOi1 1969 19 Pages California C) _.~......t......._..._._,._. -..,~ ~ , _.,_ . _,. 03 t1 ~ n n 2 1 6 R2
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50333 7971 . Z ~IllRARY AUTBNATION, A State of the Art Review 665 1 Sa I hcsericcn Librarg Associttion, aIDformation SciE::c:e cna t;st=rCfon L;v_ztloa LXL:4°.RY At1TG:'iALIOd, A Stak3 of the Art I l:eviev, Papers Precentad at the Preconference .'.::.atitittc. on Lib:sry Stephen K. Sslxon 1969 175 PageR l.ae:,ican Library Assoctat_.on W.cnaicgto:;, A. C. U 3.cl t1 no }{6 A n
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50333 7976 z 271 Li 1963 Library Binding Institute. Library buidin.,-, handbook. tBoston3 1AUP. 40 p. iilus. 23 cm. "Appendix one: Library Binding Institute standard, fourth e•.ll- tion-recised March 79G3" : p. 8"9. 1. liookbinding-Ilundbooks, wanuals, etc. i. Title. Z700.L52 025.7 63-17P.51 Library of Congress `- J A 1 6A 5
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50333 7968 i ~I P.e f . 1 zw Library Associa!ior.. Walford, Albert John, ed. Guide to reference material. 2nd ed. Edited, by A. J. Walford. London, Library Association, 19GG; ' : ~v. 25; cm. v. 1: f 5(7u/- to tuembers) (v.1: B 6d-&R15) Ooxrstcrs.-v. 1,-Scienee and technology; asslsF.ent editors K. It. Rider and F. R. Taylor. 1. Reference books-Bibt. t. Llbrary Association. tt. Title. rtt. Title: Jteterence material, Z1033.11'2,52 ~~ 011.02 GG-71G03 Library of Congress 151 -.~.._-_.-~..~ ~ ... . ~. 0 3 nn n n ;?, 1 6 7 7
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~'14, I3,-?rs~ /4wa Vr. Rnr \bl 111, ry. I1t- 11; pnr.-anm Pre. IvL.I'un~rJ in fitat Dritrin 50333 7962 ~. ; m . w BUY OR COPY? A LIBRARY OPERATIONS RE, ARCILU10hEL `w~i: WILLIASi 13RUCE PI1T Department of Philosc-phy, GcurgetoM•n Univcr.ity, Washington, D.C. DONALD H. KRAIT CollcRe of l.ibrary and Information Services, University of Slaryland, Co?legc Park, Maryland t I (Rectirrd 30 July 197dj Sunnnar)-The problem of how much of a branch library's budget shoud hc spent on acquisition of new matcrial as opposed to hulJiq capital in reserve to photoAuplicate material at the main library upon demand is preccnted. A m7thematirad mudel is construcecJ and discussed in deriil, nnd a solution proccdure basen on a dynamic programmint; approa;h ii develup.d. Sevcr.tl phutoduplication policies are considered, modeled, and compared. An cxample prohlem is presented to show how the formulas work. Thus a library problem reprc.en'alivc of the Lut;cr prublems of library networks is dcvdopcd further as an example of library operalions retearch. s INTRODUCTfON ('-ONt1UFk thP. vArinllc rn.nnt.v .t...:,t •• ---~t--- r • 0 3 ci n n n 2 1 6 7 1 t F
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/ G b o i C U u U UE p '-'~"~ £06L £EEOS ' "'---~- / I 1 l
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50333 7979 I Li4 LIBRARY BUYING GUIDE, 1961. Library Journal. LIBRARY BUYING GUIDE, 1961. (Library Journal, v. 86, No. 7, April 1, 1961. p. 1370-1427) i 0 3 n n n 0 2 1 6 8 R
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50333 7974 s .- - _ _. ....~._...__._~ _ ._ .__. ~~ SCI I'': :1: I ~} ~~'~ ~ATIC1:~ S1,Y.VICFS/INFOR`tATIO:~ STORAGI: AP+D I:}:TRT c Vt~L/ LITF:P.ATUPE Sf:ARC}}ING, Z1ACiIIP;E/PE£.IODICALS/ ~ 73 I La "i.IR1tRP.Y "!1••!!Yf!lATIQN,-,f£SAi,}a-C®NS,OLTING 14SSOCT.t.TIi+Ai ~ee LARC'ASSOCIATi.`'; LARC PP.OGRAM REVIEU--73-74 Heaclquartcrs: The LARC P.ssociation P.O. co>: 272.35 1•emhe, larizor. : 85282 (602) 933•2023 Pubiications: Urirc ('rcss, Ltd. 1i15-11 7 IV. 4th Avcnue Pcoria, 11!ii:c;is G1i:02 (309) 674•9107 . 1'b R:; ... ,: -. - ~ .. _,. . .. . . - __ _-... __.._.~.-. _ ..
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,K_ 50333 7965 T.fbtary architecture--Congresses.. Library B4ildin~~,s Institute, Chicayo, 1963. Prob!eins in planning library facilities: consultsnts, arch:- tects, plans, and critiques; lmoceedings. Edited by \i illilcn A. Katz and Roderick 0. Swartz. Chicago, A.tnericmn Library Association, 1964. 208 p. Illus., plaris. 28 cm. "Sponsored by the Llbrary Administration Division, Amerlcan Ll- brary Aaaociatlon." Bibliography: p. 18Z 1. Llbrnry arcbitecture-Coogros,sea. i- Katz,. W(lllam A., ed. tr. Swartz, Roderick G., ed. ru. American Library Asaociatlon. Li- brary Administration Division. rv. Title. Z679.L56 1968 022.082 64-19S51 Library of Congress I - i64L14t ,~, o;; n n n t? ~ t 6 7 4
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~ ~l r~~ !..lB RARItE S ANI D -C-0 C'YR iGH T t I l/ 50333 7957 Of= THEARGUMENTS A SUMMARY. , .. FOR LIE3RARY NOTOCO~-'Y1NG t`ig'.9 ThebmenrLibra~ r r~ssoc aLic~~ Y~~.o.mxtion G(::o. 4) 1375 _ • ~ ~ . . .. _. . . _.r . f [I © +/ 0 3 0 n•n n 2 1 6 6 6
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50333 7972 .._....: ~lri.d. _ _~.~.•.~._._... .TtoN N: EXPERIENCE, 16 LIBRARY ':K: VOL. 1, t>;: VOL. 11, Edward M. Hciligcr Eiofc,onr o/ Lrbrury .Scrcr•.ce Drrco-w: Kert C'crdtcr for L+hr-ury Sttr:h,,s SChOUl r;r Lritnlr y Sc1i RCc Kent k(:'ii V1:li'crbtll/ 0 3 fl n n n a raul IT. knpe~ rsnri, Jr. `'- 1r~r©R a~AY~AN 5~i~rec~; eor~:pccTE'~5--- L i~'~RRv~w ~~ (iLG~SI~RiESI~H~ok~rtl!~°iQ~'j SThrhCrE' 00 G; 0 to. aRtEs-•AuTom a'tiorJ Z &99 ye 1971 LIBRARY JAE3TOMATION: Experi ence, IMethodology, and --Z'echnoiogy of the Library . a&on Information System ..~~~
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50333 7988 I Li4 Library fittings and supplies Library Journal. LIBRARY BUYING GUIDE, 1961. (Library Journal, v. 86, No. 7, April 1, 1961. p. 1370-1427) 0~ ~ 0 ~ o2 1 6 9 7
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50333 7986 I MeA LIBRARY FILE (NEW EQUIPMENT, ETC.) COLLECTION 10 OF R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Department, Science Information Division LIBRARY FILE (NEW EQUIPMENT, ETC.) COLLECTION OF, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Research and Product Development Department, Science Information Division, and William W. Menz Looseleaf 0 3 ~ 0 n 0 2 1 6 9 5
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1 50333 7975 z 271 Li 1963 uBOC*. LISRAF3Y -3jtvDIw, -tmr Library Binding Institute. Library binding hctindbook. tBostonl 1W,30. !fl p. iltus. 23 cm. "Apprndiz one: Library Binding Institute standard, fourt~ edi- tton--reslscd March ]M": p. 34-49. 1. Bookbinding-Hundbool:s, manuals, etc. L Title. Z700.L52 025.7 63-179:-1 Library of Congre,s i31
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50333 7963 Library architecture Metcalf, Keyes DeWitt, L,;S9- Plannin~ ncad~•t~~ic an(i :esenrcih librYry b~iildir.gs ~byl Keyes D. lictralf. \e.r 1~,rt:, 11cGra~ t:ill ,::~f51 =r, 431 p. tlius. ':0 cm. "Sponsored by the Asoctatlon of Rcs-?arch L.lbcsrieF nad the J1s.ez- etatlon of Coliege ocd R-~se.:rch Ltbrerlc--q rnJer a&rant by the Oonncll on Library Rcsourt:?s." "Sekvttre an4otated bibllography' : p. 4!Yi-il1. L Ubrary sercAIteeture. 2. L+brarte-o-, Cotvera'.ey and crllege. It, Aasodstton of .Ttesearcb Librarte3. u. :lssoctattou of Collz,c_e r.nd Reeearc3t Ltbrarle,-. [u. Ttt?e. Z679.Di33 Ltbrary of Congre--s ,- 02? 6-i-786F I ~' ~ "3 n n n n J ~ 0 7 2
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. < 50333 7977 Li+brA tY &u l di n6s Lsfi4ute. CA iago, i46s. llIobivills in Nr,h' te-t<', plal:s, and crit:nre:,, Pc~c.c~in„s. :?,:;ied by 1i'il'•iw:; A. Ertz and Roci•_ticL- G. LibrHry A&-ociatiun, 2WZ tllua., pl,rs. ?8cm •lSpvarortd by t2'_a :.lbrary Admln;e:rt,t:on liuerkaa L!- brary As,cx1s*:oa.•• Btbiiograp3iy : p. a~cl~ g !L°:'tuI'C~---{}JB r~'Safe. 1. L3 rary ZK atv,- ti^iilI PJ a J,., f':l tL Swartz, I:o-i~.eriek G., e•d. tu. !t^er r?eP,n i.lbrary A..,-r.e!attou. Lt- brary AuminlPtrstton Di ,hsfou, cr. Ta;:. ZG79.T.5fi 1963 °~ 022.032 84-19551 Llbrary of Congrefs ` l P-b74l -4
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50333 7981 z 6Su Un 19?3 . SUI=!EC7 C:•.': ,",! ^-i?:G I:Iti: I~ION PRJC"tSSlt•:G D~'r'•:.R"4!: E"'T L'. S. I,ihr:+r}' of Ccnr.r~fis uRw~,w Or L"ONIGii:SJ ~ i t.ASs t' - { .~~ 11 . ~\~; ~ '=~u~ r'~, ~ ~j ~ I t ~ . a +I`«Y ., .. ',' t j ,~/,+ji~~ ,. iy r ` 1. I/J I~] ))a S!%.i Ii EDITlUN LIEi':ARY OF CC?NGr., . SS W1i3H1NGi ON ; a"i 3 , r I 03 n n n n 2 !6 9 0
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50333 7992 I Li4 +i."ts" 'Hien'tttat+ LIBRARY BUYING GUIDE, 1961. (Library Journal, v. 86, No. 7, April 1, 1961. p. 1370-1427) 0 :~ ~ 0 ~ 0> 1 7 (l 1
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I 50333 7987 ._.,..~-...~.~~~.._~.~ _ ...... _ ~.: ~~~_~~+~ ~.... .....~_ . -._.~... . ~_a-..~ ~.r....,....~+..i/ ~ . Ref Z ~.lbrery fittings and supplies 665 ~ E.cacric,tn Libraa;* Aacociation LLB?,f,L:Y i LCilNOLC3X I:.E-00r:PS (Library 1'ec.;r.oiogy Pragrs-.c} 1965-to dac.o Lw;;elciaf I.maricc.n La•tary Ar+co: Utioa Clt:,ct{,o, IIZS.zXia G _...~, ~. . ,~,..~:--....-.,.._.. o;c0 o~0 2 t 696 I i
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[If-'~-,`_,% (1! i1 i 1. CLerotstry-B:b1. 2. Refcrence bmks. r. Title. I 38 -24150 50333 ?989 QD 6 Se ; Z3321.S71 Library cf Congress ~q.., ..,, . .. .. , Li.bi-e.ry guide for the chczr:ist. Soile, Rycon Avery, 1891- Librn,ry guide for the chemist, by Byron A. Soule ... Is ed. New York and London, N:cGrnw-IIi11 book company- inc.,1938. ' zi1i, 302 p. 21 cm. (Aa1/-titte: Interuntlonal chemical sertes, J. F Norris ... consulUug edtto[ ) \` 1._ --.__ 0 3 n 0 nn ;~ 1 6 96 ,50g'3; 016.5 ;
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50333 7993 z 678 Lo 1975 LIBRARIES--ADMINISTRATION/ Library Management Cases by MILDRED HAWKSWORTH LOWELL The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Metuchen, N.J. 1975 , (I o3 n n n 0 2 1 7 0 2 . ~ ;
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.._ Z IYFQr~-'_aTIO:~ STOF,AG~~ A;,'0~ RE: RISVAT,' ~ ~ • ~ ("~ °"r" ~ ~ Q ~ 678 WR ; l... Li ` t~ Il 1972 IEJF^F:NAT'Otl SOT?iri'F'S/S F~S :ARt;H--DIFiEC fSRIES An International Registry of Research and Innovation i.t3RARY.,~l.~;~ !~!fOR,'~'tATtCN SCIFt~I: F TC?i~ Av , :, Second Edition PAUL WASSERMAN Managing Editor \ JEANNE U'CON\CLL • Associate 01101 MARGARET HARPER Assistant Editor 50333 7990 RONALD JOHNSON Editorial Assistant - science associa7es/inTernaTionaL, inc. 0 f i k U 3 n n n o 2 1 6 9 9
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50333 7991 678 Ba i .~.~:.-. . LIBRARa AND INFORMATION SERVICES FOR ~ MANAt',EHEIiT Bakewe,1, K. G. 8. LI13iZL.°.Y AND Ii:FOF.:de+,TIOti SERVICk:S FJ^ MtL:AL'.U-1F.:1T j9C$ 130 PaSe3 archon Books b Clive Singj ey Ltd. Lor.•lon I 1 AAw 0 0 3. ~ () n ! 7(1 n I ~.~.._
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50333 7995 73 1 Ce LIBRARY ~ MAT.ERIALS : AVAILABLE rOsZ RESLAFj,CH from -THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH LIBRARIES . ~' . . . . THEkENTER FOR RESEARCH LIBRARIES 5721 Cottage Grove Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60637 1'hone: 312-9SS-4S4S Tcletype: 910-221-1136• , 0 3 n n n 0 2 1 7 0 •Q
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2 I .j't-.4 . I i J 50333 7982 z 675 Po 1965 -_ __.-.__ ~- -~--- -------- -- . ttaw~~r ~r~xr ~stECrs or nffERIOp, I'LAmixID, PROC$IDIIt'CS OF THB LIBItARY EQnIP4IE.VT :No !NVI_11/1N:IVr r wr~.'.',`1S Uv I;rrv'{~m v G•t' 1964. editcd by Pre=er C. Poole 1945 69 pegee Americcn LibrLry ..scucis~io~ Ch:ci2,o 1 ® 0 3 n n n n 2 t h 4 1 ~
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50333 ?994 LIBRARIES--AUTOMATION/PROFESSIONAL LIBRARIAN SERIES/ z 699 Bo 1979 The Library Manager's Guide to Automation by Richard W. Boss . Knowledge Industry Publications, Inc. White Plains, New York 10604 0x n 0 n b J 1 7 0 3 I I_r'i
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50333 7984 Libxai-}• ~"quiproent Institute I fnl'- :[.;l~: G'i 'IL.:.:_... 2`'Ela, ccate~l by Frs_e: C. P_oIe i36a 69 pa;;ar, Awrican Lih~.. ..~;a)+' 6 9 3 ~~
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.~~ 50333 7996 Z ; w •,ent of toc.%- Library orbanization anu irar A n 675 Fr , . , ., nical reports literati;.e. Fry, Bernard Mitchell, 1J15- I ~ 9 Librnry or~: nization and management of technical report literature. Washington, Catholic University of Americ: Pre:s, 1951. x, 140 p. Illus. 23 cua. (Catholic UuIversity of Amer:ca. ; tadie In library science, l) Bibliography : p.118-126. 1. Cataloging-Government publications. i. Title. (Series) A 53 9?5 Catholic Univ. of Ili America. Library for Library of Congress 1101 I7 0 S
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• c I i buu&a--t;uST/ per.iodicels---cost/ 76 I Dr PRICE TRENDS AFFECTING ACADEMIC L_JBRARY BUDGETS, BY MIRIAN A. DRAKE f ' ;"l RDU 75-02 F.ESEAP.CH DEVELOPMENT UNIT, rUIZDUE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES AND AUDIO-VISUAL CENTER, WEST LAFAYETTE, INDIANA 47907 MARCH, 1975 Abstract: Price trends for the major operating expenditures of the Purdue UniversiL-: Libraries is examined. Four years of price data on books and serials purchased for various academic discipline are presented. Price trend data are also presented for other library expenditures including salaries, wages, equipment, telephone and suppi:c It is concluded that although computerization may reduce real labor costs, the price trends indicate that further cost increases can be expected. NATIONAL 1fVSTITUTE OF EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER Washington. D.C. 20202 THIS DOCUMENT has been printed exactly as received frorn t, person or organization originating it. Points of view or op n" •: stated do not necessarily represent official National Institutc• c Education position or policy. Prepared by ERIC Document Reproduction Ser.- Operated by COMPUTER MICROFILM INTERNATIONAL CORPORATIG P. O. Box 190 Arlinpton, Virpinia 22210 k1,S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. EDUCATION & WELFARE , 0 3 n n n n•>. 1 6 R 7
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J 50333 8010 ~-. Library science c.d. ~::I°r, .t:Y QcZ. 1. A. to r`.=v^=i::C., c:;lt.CG' t'j A{'L1 thr1':. :-L1d '~ ~~ 10 1.F~,ca~~r. .__..o 19b8 676 t:arcel Dc'.:,',_er, lnc. }:c~t Itti: 0 3 n n r1 6 2 1 7 1 9 0 I 2
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50333 8009 DIRECTORIES, INTF.RNATIONAJ./BIBLIOGRAPIIY/BOOKS--BIBLIOGRAPHY/ INFORMATION.SOURCES/LIBRAR? SCIENCE/LITERATURE REFERENCES--BIBLIOGRAPHY/ RQF 123 Ha 1973 Handbuch Handbook Fachliteratur International der intemationalen of International zuriri Buch- und Bibliography Dokumentation Documentation Bibliotheks- of the Book Trade und Information and Informatior. wesen and Librarianship Band 2 ., Volume*2 10. Ausgabe 10'" Edition Teil 1 Part 1 Europa Europe Verlag Dokumentation Pullacfi bei Munchen 1973 A ..: n ct >~ 7! R
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w 50333 7985 ~ LiF,%aFcY EXPEf:It:N' 'ES titITF. TM XEROX `)14 OQPh'P.. I St3 StwF.mp F. LMMY :.Xr47'%T-VRC~S s+=r: rit~ X~vX 5:=+ COYLE.h ~ Ptwtoo'tst fro-,a Lib. F2: .: zcan b?sr;h. Son-. 6 (i7o. 1) 25-.29 (k'3»tEt- 3:;;2; .. I ,
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T F TFTT'';;~T.,/ :NFOI'I1ATIn'7 TE.C;12•~()LnCI'/7t:FOP*~:1TI0`.%' STOP. .Gi: E.M, S(IF•N(°~/LITEP.4Tl'F:L,SCIF.i:CF/SCIE'~Ci:--1)(1CF'*Si:'.:T.,.TIC`:/ LIBRAY ' ' 675 Lo ON DOCUMENTATION OF 1973 . SCIE\TIFIC LITL•'RATURE Th. P. Loosjes Director of Library. Agricultural University. Wageningen, Holland Professor of Documcntary Information, Univcrsity of Amsterdam LONDON BU7TER«'ORTIIS /-. : bt w ; / O 3n 0 n 0 --1. 1 7 2 1 50333 8012
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11700 o 50333 8004 ~ ~~• " ~ ~ e ~~~r~~ ,~~`' ~ ~~~~c~~~Q~~ ~~ ~~~~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ~~~ ~ , _~ ~ A Handbook for Ubcrkms r . by WILLIAM R. HAV"fI:EN - ~ fCOUNCIL ON''LffB PdlkY- RESOYPXg~, INC. :,....-. :. Os n n n 0 2 1 7 1 3
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50333 8005 INFORMATION STORAGE AND RF.TRIEVAL--BIBLIO(:RAPHIES/ _LI1SR/1RY SCIENCE/ ~. ~ YARCH 1976 THE INFOR\tATION SCIENTIST (0( )1 w 76 IAn juniversaIpbIiographic l;. Co t~ o{ an tne ~' ~^~; • Informatson=5ciei:tis ~Nn37 , ~ : ~S'DOF.OTHY ANDERSONt ~. . .._...._.,_.,_ The eoncept of UBC is explained in terms of historical developments and tne present situation. UBC, based on each country's national bibliograph.y, is clearly the librarian's Ideal, but it Is argued that not only does UBC make solid economic sense but that it should be of great value to the information scientist. The rela!ionship of UBC to NATIS, UNiSIST and other schemes Is a;so discussed. Universal Bibliographic Control Universal Bibliocalraphic Control (UBC) in its name or its initials sounds vast, sounds grandiose and souads something new•-only recently appearing in our literature as another subject for examination and 'research'. But Wazicaliy it is not new and is not particularly grand-neither in its idea of hiblio~raphic • t l / 0 3 n 0 n 0 2 1 71 4
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, r_. , INFOR"SATION S Z 666 S c 1972 Ft:CES--BIBLI OGRA.Ph'Y j -X 50333 8015 Informati on and Library Scien ce : ,. Source Book A Supplement to Documentation Source Book 'O by GERTRUDE SCHUTZE , The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Metuchen, N. J. 1972 .
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INFORMATION SOUkCESftTSP-tacX--&ClitW{;is/ REFERENCE ISOOKS/ QD 6 Gr. 1973 LITEI:ATURE, CHEi1IGU./__ 50333 8006 science and teehi-x,olos-iy ' DENIS GROGAN " INTRODIIC[IO\ 10 TY.E LIIL'r.1T:'R: EN FLA ItfW or TIIC DEPARTSSkNT OF BIELIOGRAPHIC.iL STUDIES COLLEGE OF LIBRARLI.N$HiP V.'ALES /973 SECO\'D FDITIO` RFVIStD I.1XXET BOOKS & CLIVL• III~GLEY 1- I O:{ n t1 n rt 2 1 7 1 7
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"Z` . 675 '' Un= 1975 50333 eooz Library and Rafevence Tacdlitie5 in the Area of the Qistrict of Columbia « NINTH EDITION Mildred Benton, Editor Linda G. Marks, Asst. Editor In Cooperation With The Joint Venture American Society for Information Science 11975 03 0 0 n n 2 1 7
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t 50333 8001 Librt.ry and referenco fac:lities in the r.rcE the vistrict cf l:olur:biL. U. S. Library of Congres.e. Loan Division. Library and reference facilities in the area of the Dis,rict of Columbia. 4thed,', "«"ashingtonl 1932, viil, 153 p. 26 cm. Cover title. First ed. published In 1943 by the Legislative Ileference Sercicc-. 1. Washington, D. C.-Libraries-Direct. 2. Librar:es, Gr-w:n- mental, administrative, etc.-Direct. r. U. S. Library of Con;re~s, Legislative Reference Service. Library and reference faciliti's ir the area of the District of Columbia. it. Title. Z732.DG2UG3 1952 027.0753 52-P:~j01(- \ Library of Congress (1) i52p10, a 3 c~ n n r~ •>. 1 7 1 n
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50333 8014 ,~ ~~jDI~ALS13:'ISf.AR;1;.S£IE.~t;&i~ItrDEXI*:~ XJD . 0 CT.A.S%IeICATIG'.1 SYSTEMSi ~ria1 Pub~:catiG~~~ I i ~4DBEW D. OSB oR.-r . ev 1 se American LEbrary Assc~~iatiQn Chicago 1973 4 5-~- ;-., __---- ` ti -~-a----;-~ , Their Place and Trea tment ; in iribraries . Second edition, r i d , :6 1 ~.J-f..-.-........-'. ~~.._.. -~- 0 3 0 0 n n 2 1 7 23
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50333 8018 , Library acience. U. S. Air Uni vernit y. LiLrurica. Filing rules based on the A. L. A- rules for filing catalo; cards, alphabetic method. :1taxwell Air Force Base, Ala. Air University Library, Catalog Branch, 1956. 41 l. 27 cm. 1. Alphabeting. r. Tttle. Z696.U2 ~ i 025.37 56-62320 Ltbrary of Congress ,/ t21 , ~.....~ n a 3.n n n f~ > I 7 2 7
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50333 8021 _ Colliso:l, R. L. (Editor) YItOGnI:SS IN LILRAf~Y SCTEhCE, 1965 1965 216 pages ButtorNorths London ! i 0;~ n n n o> tz :3 o
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Ref 50333 60U6 z " Librarv Science 665 Americen Ltbrsxv A,eeociatian LISU.:"a T£GtI2=0LQ.."'Y P..:?'OF:: 5 (Librs:y TcrX.uolooy Progr.-=) 1965-to date Looseleaf Rmmricaa LibraYf AsaocSatioa Chicago, Illi:~.oic e 1 7 ~ S
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50333 8 0 i t .~..~~ :,. ,:.....~ ... ~.:~ a...,~~.-.,.:,.......... ?.': ,_ ., ... W_:. REF TE}[TIx.ES/TRANSPORTATION/SOCIAL SCIEN(.'ES--h1FOFMTION ~ RFSEARCH--DIRECTORIES/PLASTICS--DIRECTORIES/PACKAGIN('r--ItiFOR`tATIO`I SOURMS ! 150 Gu FISHING INDUSTP,Y/M.'LNUFACTURERS/'LIBftAP.Y SCiENCE/FOOD--PFOCESSING/E".PLOYmr' `JT/ 1972 EDUCATION--INFOPiATION SOURCES/DIRECTORIF.S--POLLL°TIO`J CO;;TROL/BENTISTRY/ ADVERTISZ:IG--DIRECTORI-~ S/ENGINEERjNG--I:dFOR*L4TIOh SOURCES/ HAR'e:ETINC--INFOFIATION SODRCES/AGRICULTURE--DIRECTORIES/BpOY.S--BIBLIOCR.APF;Y/ SOCIETIES, SCIE:7T7.FIC--DIRECTORIES/BIOGRAPHIES--DIRECTORIES/POLLUTIO"I/ CONVENTIONS/COMPUTERS--BIBLIOGRAPHIES/TRADE ASSOCIATIONS/ INFORMATION SOURCES--DIRECTORIES/BIBLIOGRAPHY--DIRECTORIES--INFORIr'.ATIOIIT SOCKCE CHEMICALS--MAN:IFACTURE AND TRADE--DIRECTORIES/MEDICINE--LITERATURE INFOR"SAIION GUIDE TO AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC AND TECNNICAL DIRECTORIES Editor: BERNARD KLEIN *first Edition - B. KLEIN PU:BLICATIONS, INC. I Rye, New York I 0~ n n n*-.n ;~. 1 7 2 n
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50333 8022 Ljbrary scier.ce and docum,entat icii, _v, ! z 699 Ke 1962 Kent, Allen. Textbook on mechanized information retrieval. .Neiv York, Intersc:ence Publishe" ~1962, 268 p. 111us. 24 cm. (Library sclence Yod documentaticn; .. 8) L Informatlon storage and retrtecsl apatems. Z699.K4 (~ 010.78 Library of Congress ,101 62-16130 t n o ~ I 73 1
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. 50333 8016 I Straus, Lucille (3rcksor:) 19_•8- Scientific and technir.cl lihrQYics: their organization aztdd udminiyt-taLion 1byl Lucille 3. Srrauss, Ircre M. Strieby e:vi Alborcn L. Erowm. New To_k-, ZAtersc.cnce FLb1icFnra [1S641 xi, 398 p. illua. 24 cu. (Library acience and documentataon; a aerfes of texza and abonographs, v. 4) Revision of Technical librariess tbeir organizetioa and eanagrmcnt, by the Science- Technology Mvieiort, Special LibrariES Aneocia- tioa publit?ied in 1951. Includcs bibliogYapo. -...-. • . . - :.r-- ,.-. ,..,~..~,.~,~.. 7 2 5
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50333 8023 Q 180 S Library science and documentation, v. 2 Scheele, Diartin, 1920- Punch-card mothods in resenrch and docitnientation, ivin' special refercnce to biolory. Translated from the Gernm by J. E. Ilolmstrotn. 1st English ed., ba,ed ou 2d rev. (iet man ed. \e%r 1"ork, Interscicnce PuLlisher~, I~'G1. 2T4 p. illus. 24cm. (Library science and docun:entation, v. 2 Includes bibliography. 1. Punched card systems. 2. Punched card systems-Biology. (11S0.A1b"') J t ? 010./8 G1-90C1 4 `. J Library of Congress tG2k3, G 3 n n n o > t 7.; 2 I I I
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E• - - 50333 _ 8013---- 009 ~ : LFBrARY Pj,"7OBLLr: S . ~ IN SCIENCE ~[ 1~D ~'E~'~-L 1~~:~ ~ ~ ~ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 by Ja.rnes Ag. 1Qlatarazzo i UaanRtaNsHIr I REFERE.YCE SER t'!CE ilF.nlA A1A,tiilrFI11:AT • SCIENCE AN`n~ rAl,'1-OT.ocY n, I , 2,
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50333 8017 2 T f 3.ibrary scienca. Tauber, Maurice Falcolm, 1908- ed. Technical services in libraries: ncquisitions, catnlo--ii.l- clASSification, binding, photogrnrhic rej-roduction, and cir culation operations, by Maurice F. Tauber and associaW4 New York, Colunibia Univery-ity Press, 1954 i`1953, zvl, 487 p. diagra. 24 cm. (Columbia Unlveraity studies !p llbrar:: service, no. ? ) Bibliographical references Included in "Notes" (F. i4141-4G3) Library of Oongreae 1. Ltbrary science. i. Title. (Series) 'L665.T28 1954 025 51-103 2 - l--_.._..-_,.....,. _ Mo) 0 3 n n n n 2 1 7 2 6
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50333 8027 ~ Z 675 Ma 1946 F" LIBRARY SERVICR Tn B?'SII?FSS, Its Placo in the Small City C . LIi't :r 7 S; ' lrCE ?O the sm;::I Ci t y 1545 72 p: ~Zzs Am,1r.i.can Libruiy /if.80,^.tF'iiG -. Cia 0 0 3 0 nn 6 2 1 7 36
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MICROFICHE/PROTOCOPYING/LIBRARIES--EQt7IPMENT/: _"._ OFFICE E.QUIPMENT/ MICROFILMS--READERS AND PRINTERS/ REF . Z THE SOURCEBOOK OF LURARY TECHNOLOGY 665 Am ~ 1976 A Cumulative Edition of Library Technology Reports, 1965-1975 1976 Edition American Library Association Chicago, Illinois 60611 50333 8031 0 3 n n n o9. 1 7 a 0
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50333 8035 ... _ ._.~y_.:.~_.. 71 I Fo LIBRARY TELEX Ford, Tony Llts°,ARY TMEX Libra--q tncoaatioa kszord T2 (N.o. 8) 279-260 (1970) A i 0;i o 0 R~l ~ I~ 4 4
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I Amar tcsn Li.bx-nrY Aseociatioa LLBPJ.RY PIPO: `S (Library Tszhcoaagy Progwi) 1965-to dats Looselca-f Jkaericui Librr.ri A,3sacfaticu C%tiGanc,, :: ~.. °~-...._ 03 n ~ n c~ ~ t 74 1 50333 8032 Ref z (d.ibrery Technology Pragrsm)
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50333 8019 Ref. Q 1S0 k'a ft'Ubrary science. Wesasr..an, Paul LIST 1971 LIs:^,ARY h:,'D I.XFOMATIOa SCIENCE TODAY, An Inxeruutioual P.egistry of ResearcL and I~r.~•J~tion, by Fr.u2 :fassere,an, Evelyn O--aiel and aCay Logan 1971 397 Px.y;eQ Seience Acsocialte.sJ fiew York Iuternatfosutl, Inc. 0 0:~ ~ 0 n n41 1 79 R
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.., I [. .. 50333 8030 LIEF.ARY AND TECHNICAL INFORMATIONIGREAT BRITAIN--INPORHATION SOLTRCES.Ve REF z 638 Bu 1975 -,. . - . .._ . , . .... .. - . INFORrtATION SOURCF.S--SOCIAL. SCIE;vCES/ 'How tozFind Out About The ocial5ciences . ~:. .. : .: • GILLIAN A. BURRINGTON, FLA ~ ~ Lacturei, Department of Librarianship, Manchester Polytechnic PERGAMON PRESS Oxford • New York • Toronto Sydney • Paris • Braunschweig - - -g 0' n f1 n ~ 2 1 7 „ - - _ _
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8029 50333 Ref Q 150 Wi y` LTIIRA*tY STATIS'TTCS OF COLL;:!=F.S A"i) 0IVEPSI'TIES : DATA Fn,: IVDIVID.~A?. ItiSTiT.rfltY:S, Fal.l 1903 {iilliara, Joel LI3_iF'ARY ST.",TISTICS O^ CnI'I:.'CzS D:;TA fY::. I.~DI`JIT~.v. xtiSTI:UTIG;:S, Fs3Z i9:> ; 1968 172 PeS:3 U. S. Dept. of N.ezltk3, Wanh:as.on, D. C. Education and kelfare, OfficG of Educatirn, Hstior.rl C4ntgr for Ectucatioaal Star1-tica _r_.....- 0 3o tI n i:~ %1 7:~ ~3
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jop 50333 7999 . ~ ~ I f.sYV ~,Qf.dL.AA s~ _ ,- ~ ^ f LIBRARY PR03LEi,.TS "771 INSCIESldCE I AND TECjjNG-jT,,,(OGy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . 0 by Ja rn es 1lf. A1 a ta razzo UL`RARIANSIIIP ~ REFERE.\'CE SEIt 17CE 1lEDlA AUNACF UF.I1T 1 7 n R sC~F.nc~,~,,1~r~~~,~~.ocQ 09-
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l. • s- 50333 8025 I r r .• • I w LIBRARY SCIENCE TEXT SERlES -~-= ACuiaetothe G 9l .~... . ~f7/ ~..y arary of- Congress classification 2d cdifion i 1t7HN I'NilL11' 11=t!:',itoTN ' 1971 ~' 0 3• 0 ~ Oi 0 2. LIP./r{;4IAr,.iT[U, rr;c.• itiTIETOr., cora.
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'~ r/i `Cl r' v c ctPAR76.(aI Or Al1 .4. rnucAnO. a Orrl:( O~ [Gt'L~TION ~ 1HIS DOCU4•~S• M'.. III~ [tA:L~ F~ri•1'ul'4U Oh~~1 :ATrJy C• \_.,% ; F`.•.'a C/ ~ \ VI[\Y ON 0° • SAPiIY hc'~• -:+L '-iflt( OF LUU ~ CAlIOA VO:1li04 OV p0;1[7 " V 'V LIBRARY SERIALS CONTROL SYSTEb`S : A LITERATURE REVIEW AND BIBLIOGRAPHY Elizabeth Pan Serials Control Project Coordinator Five Associated University Libraries Syracuse, New York 0 3 n 0 [t {l ~ ~a C7, ~~ r5 t70 . .
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50333 8036 ~ TS ' 2240 ~ G `L'lbri ??e11.• ::?r3.coltcre lbnuali e iesti di Agaricoitura ? :cklcirna. Gior4nnoxzij Mrfo LA F'L?.?-:;:'` TVaCi4^ D.•rI TaLr,CC:'iZ. (Tnbs oco F©rmnts tion If.,jthod a. ) 1943 114 peges Sociots kr~onim i.:di 4ri co Dar-t: Aagh.icri Gar,ovo . Italy. 0 ~ Cl 3 tl n n f~ i? ! 7 4
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6 V ~ ~ e, U U V ~ _ (656I) •tllau; • TZ1aT7 '.L ':...~:.Z6'.Ta1.'G •D .. l" • . . ~~ •'... ..~~l..'.• ..~ '...i •J (0L61) 3 a0 ) III ~ OA08 EEEOS ~
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I 50333 8041 T ; `. 215 ' 1.icence Agreements Wi 3c. Villf cmaor,, John Harold Fr:ls:Wi1' LYCF.t`iSZtiG AtdD P.C{YAi.ITf S i v3 LSS Ye,l,eII C:.iv€refty Miczc£'iL-r3, Ir_c. 1.-aa t._bRr, Mich. 1 d ;~ i1 (1 fl (1 ~ ~ 7 ~ ~I
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I AmB 2 LLRl:A~tY TECHNOLL'G1 PROJLC': - COPYIll;(: P1tnCESSt:S. M__ :` :' .y :..55 L;.a ChS.:aAo. Ii1ir:o:a 0
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50333 6043 EF 1436 Ma 1974 Successf ul Licensi ~ 9 PDDL To And From vlapan ~ Yoshio Matsunaga NIHON BRa!'N CC~^PCRATIDN Sankei Annex 901. 1-7-2 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo , Japan -1 0 3 o n n n 2 1 7 S 2
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BtOLIJGkAPHiC DA7~. 1. kopuri rv,,. ' tL "-." -'• "' ~ - SHlE1 ~ 50333 7997 ' - ,?1.~r`'~`}rrJ~ ~ ~ ' E78 IIPh1-fLibrary Photocopying in the United States: With Itr:plicationsr'Octobe•r 1977 ~ S,P 4or the development of a Copyrif;ht Royalty Payment Mechnnist•6. I A hor(s1 I) ld Y }a P B dd D 7 i L i ~ . u . a r orrtl np , .. . , enn ; :. D. 1•;cUona Tntric il M n~ K. Rodcrer f4O• . t;a ncw3-Rc~isin, _ _ _ 9. Yerf~rmina Urrsnrxat~on I:ime and i.ddrrss 4w 10. f'ruI crt 1 .1, 1 rL,.rl 1`n:I A,., King Research, Inc. 6000 F;;ecutive Blvd. lt. eontrrCr •c.rdn: N,,. Rockville, Maryland 20852 OF.C-300-76-0234 I12. ~pnn.nr~u~ l4~an:~.ruun Narr.e wnd . JJre.% 1\ational Conn::ission on Libra- 13• lype of hc;•c•rt L Fetlo.: rier. End Informati:,n Science, 1717 R St., I::;, Suite 601, ldasb- C°°E'r,; inhton, D.C. 20036; National Science Foundation, Division of Final - 4/76 - 8/77 Stiencc: 7nfortaat,on; National Commission on New Technological 14. - i~ es of Co~• r~ h~c•r1 tdor~:, ~ . , .,., .::.,r~ ;:c.:, • ctcaru IT-, ' Znc. , viiT~ierToizn (~ir ) ta cu,_lectc:d for this sturry (dr•ta t ia~ ;'Yonld not betrav thc cort: c:nt _ali.ty of ~1e rEplies) at cost, provided arprovctl is rcecived fran a.p~~ropriate i'ii:,~;r::c a~-enc;:(,,,,, 1a• A1'•".'," Thi s report presents the resulf s of study of the amr.)unt of j)hotocopyin- of library matetials by library staff in United States libraries. A national su=- vey was conducted from a sample of Public, Academic, Special and Federal •lSbral-ir- t }, Q 3 n o n o 2 1 7 0 6
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50333 8042 II DEALERS tT:~'`~R LAnn:A'.Y3l;Y ANT..'AL UnS6 ,.WEi.Fl+RE ACT. (1969) U. S. Dept. of ARriculture, Agr:ctltuze Res. Ssrri=e L1CE'[.SED DEALERS U::DSIt L4:.Oi.ATGRY At.h1.tL WEL.gARE ACT. Federal Regiater 34 (No. 144) 12454-56 (July 1969) U,~ ('n n fl
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, 50333 9034 ..~r, .._._ .r.. r Ref z 665 ~ ~:LI BRARY TCMNOLOCY RP.P0&TS Aanerican Liar&ry Azeociation LIPr.f.RY T£CHi:OLC..'"'Y F,£P?FZS (Library Technology Progma) 1965-to date Looselcs,f Ameri:en Library Assoc.intion Chicago, I1licci.a 0 U;; n ~ n c~ 2 1 7 4.3
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50333 8024 . ~ Library science and ciocumentat.ior,; a series Z of texts and monol;raphs, v. 4. ~ 575 `~Strauss, T.ucille (Jackson) 1a0s-- St Sctentlllc and tec•hnical 1lL,rarles: tLeir ornalilzatlon :u1( 64 I lg i ii L i i I i S ~L S • tand! Alberta L. 13rov:n. New York, Lntetscience ]'ub- lishers t1r xi, 39S p. lilus. 24 cm. (Library science and d(x-mmentntinn; e eeries of texts and monngraphs, v. 4) Revision nf Techricul libraries: their orgr.nizatinn and n!areage- ment. by the ScienrrTechnology Divisicn, Special Libraries Assorla. tion published in 1D51. Includes bibliographies. 1. Scientific libraries. 2. Technical libraries. r. Specinl Lt. braries Association. ~cl~•nir-Te.hnoiogl Division. Teti•huical li- brarles. ir. Title. (&-ric.:~) u ac n strat trauss tr t!.,q:)N onb~ rene Luc lle J Z675.1'3S8 0 026.5 64-1 `i l21 Library of Congress i9--11 0:~ ~ ~ n~l 2 t 7:~ 3
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. 50333 8039 };1 1'ori 2 fC1:TrCT'/i("}.!1i:1~!7}'ri.^_I;.'~/T~P.:1l:I,/11':1i.1'/`:i ..., , S .P. LlBYAi 11.^.LT,',/:,..; i[ri:!.1,';T1 .~:/?:CjT' Sh'EDGA'/SWIT7.} ri..~~~'n/rr.r~,1` nr; T:1T?,'lRUSSIA---^•"~^:'f;l:n/vt'^.C ;1•AV7A/ TOBACCO-- AnVF.PT I S TORACCO--7.!~r'--T ]v•1'l? r.`;' T T 7N: ],/ RJR CLASS t;0. Ph"il'HLET XI 1'oB2-7{> D, p. Hyl.onas, D. t(R. J. Rey nolds 1'ob: ceo Int., Cer.eva, Switz.) TOBACCO AUi'EZi ISI.?7v "iA.R" L2:D NICOTINE r,EClILATIONS :dARNi.`iC CLAUSE REQUIREMENT IN AREA I. Reync)lds, R. J. Tobacco Internationa?, Geneva, Swit?erlanci, varlou^Iy paged (Sept. 13, 1976) ;irt EnBlishl *Kcyvotds:* tar, snoke, const{tc:ent•, _ nicotine, smo,ce, coustituent. 4 7 48
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I;MeB7-7 S.P. 50333 8037 I ! E I - -i... 1. Title rod Subti•:e _Y S. K-pott IJale i Research Organization: A 11ode) for Medium-Size Institutions: Hr,rch 31, 1976 An Appl ieation of Planning Concepts to Research Managet,ient 6. 7. Author(s) --- A. !'rdc.tr.-ing OrEanizauoo he{ ~ae&o~->+F=.*~-ii»eh and Bruce lf. Smackey _hO' 9. 1'et(otming Organization tr'tme and Address 10. Projece/Tasl/itotk Uni: Nc ! Lehigh University Office of Vice President - Research E3ethlehem, PA 18015 I8 ~ t~ . I{77G~o / J 11. C O. Iract/ Vfant No. l1»-39533 12. Sponsoting Organizatiun Natne .ad AdJre;<.+ 13. TY7 c of lreport & t'rriai Co.rted National Science Foundation Flnal RMI Program - An ex-imination of the problems associated with the managerent of research in centers and institutes also rcquires an invcstinatiGa of coordination problems bcttrcen ccntcr/instit..tc and dcpartrcntal ar Instruetiottal activities. The most specific instance of the nc•ed for im- proved coordination pertains to budgetary changes in an irdividua:'s ~ source of salary support. This report describcs the devetor.r•cnt of a system which will provide continuously ul+dated projections on firn and ,~~ ~~ potential salary support and salary co:.riitr^ents. Through thc use of a' computerized salary support information system, departn•cnt ch:,irc.cn and 's center directors wil) receive advance notice of such cltanges so that they 3,Wn l,~e ~ar~of~thc'peffin~ ir~~ct on their organizations. 17. ~el ~~ Manpotier planning for research and teaching and al ternat ivc approaches '- - *~ ...,.a~.:e. ~>~..._.
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50333 8044 HD 69 !.-Licensing Te Technolo; y Tr3tssfPT Assiciatps, infomiation SE:r:*iGes Ccrap3ay GUIDI; TO LCCAal':U ":C•.7 PKOUL1C: f S 1.971 66 :'ares :;zn i43tE4, CZ2.if . 0 , U 3 n 0 n h2 1 7 5 3
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50333 8054 QD 39 Ba 1967 Nee Yrk o3 n n n n 2 ! 7 CHEMISTRY--MATHEf1ATICS, V.1,2,3/MATHEMATICS, V. 1,2,3 Thor A. Bak Uni.a.i[y Rf CoPcrtAaOen MATHEMATIC FOR SCIE TISTS, VOL. 1,2,3 by ' i Jonsi Licdat4rtber~ Vol. 1: ECTORS, ENSORS, AND GROUPS (19 7 Royo/ Donirh Cot4pe aj Sdurn/ion VOL. 2: FUNCTIONS ONE AND SEVERAL ARIABLES (1967) VOL. 3: SERIES, IFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, AND COMPLEX FUNCTIONS (1967) 01. A. !.r`J.min. /ne. Anr4+4ewt 1967 _~.
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. ,. pie ' '• ' . 7sl~rrrf `J rx ~ 'a~ 'W if '3a109 -a v J.A'7KIOT9A3A CA~ ItJ1IrJtJ21 VOi ' . l37uf10f AOILYt%1M 1.IW ~ ~~."~ • S)I008 HoEDud ;:s : :.`_ _ • _~ I - . 'Pi8-r3 ' QV --,S8 ')mcAA 'A H • : P-1h"1 /.r 4w.1rn 'lw!r'+R7 1ra'r414 u! -7.t : .' 7S'M"I1'f '~'l~f A 'Qu `TH '~ILOII 't '~f S71QilQ9 ..:.,r:.:_.~._~ • • ZdDlDozola , . : :. _ . : ~ ~;. .: ;:..: :;; - •' - ';: .:';sf~,. •i•.•..~. •~:•.ii' ,'.. ~• ' : ,: :+ = j == 301sn :~1-IS ~ ,f * ~ • t '. a1440st.".. . ``.,• •:.;:_ `,;... . :: c . .. ' `r ~ ? . r .1 1 ~ . ~-.~; .._ ~..:~.:.::_::.~i;::.: • =.,:- .... • : ~ ~~h?..a.Al : :iC»y- ~:rt"t .1 • .. . ... =aa~ ,1 ~~C~.~JDI^.QfE`'rJ.'GiCf~:lw~SS~~+dX~i9'i~3IM:J:H/ ~1:~~.:'J l ~:•)'t:~;f /!i L~ '1i0;3 ':OL:r~ .:v,ilfYJ 1'aIC3--.i+:~•,,7C1't f:.: r i . v S)i.x _ ~. fi:ih•iC!1'1A15~P115Ll:~iJ 7C7IL-.'!0l.7 f~:::i•Oo 1:01':::'J:'i2•-2~'f..^.J i_ ':::. O~s- f.9 . ` / wi~Ll+'~iQ' ~lLEtid'A1'lELd /:_')'~td /L•i,::. ;l"i~:: :--:.'~Oft: i:-::".~ /A3iaYeiiJsV1 ddY.-L? Z , 1 Y I,C I G U U U U1: p 1 L00Y ttf OS 1 1
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r 50333 8020 _.......~ _.r..~~_.._. ~..._ _ . . . ~ ~ Z Librarr acience--Bib2.ioSraphies. 675 St Str~~a, h~zc:; l•a (J: .c•.:FOr ?! 7: ~- 1964 Sc±~~t; fiM ~- Crci:1ir 3LiCa ..^3 f:u t}JV j L.:1Ci ii~ ~. ~ Ctr8Ca8, I:etR M. S:.ti?fy Gilj1 L. Firo't:u. tteu Yoz-k, Intexscieuca F'. ixict•er3 (I.9c4j tci, 398 p. i21-us . 24 ~r. (i.~?.i,•rary Fc!.~:r.cc auu doc~r.~s~$:.~.•.oa; a seiica of tiea:A cAd /~ mnuogrnp~, v. 4) P.evisiau cf T*chr.3.ca1 2iL-cextea: tbrIr o=gsniYation ezrd t Gns~c~.:r:e. j;y t'r.e Sci:ncc- Tec;~nfllegd DS•lision= SpeAa'L Libs-arias .::;socia- tiote pt:bI: t::ad in iy51. Iuciucles bib"iiagtca*r" :. - _ - .-,......._..q.•-x -- a 3 o n n fj j 1 79 9
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~ _, UCTRSIaG H&NDBOOK 50333 8046 I Wado, Wcrtb LIC~?~~: ;:^ tiA?:DBOflX 11iD CFIECK LS ST f OR NrGOTIlTI::G AL'&EMF.1tT5 CN PATEi.'1S, IZ!'Gw-.:U', TMMU&S A.'J JOIhT M:TUREB, 3rd Uitian 1965 30 Parea Aderace House publtshara Ardnwre, Poausylvan3.a ~ 0 3 c~ 0 o c~ ~ 1 7 S S
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50333 8047 )C)C HeF-212-79 [J. S. Department of Cornnerce, National Technical Information Se rLICENSING AND TECHNICAL DETAILS SUPPORT PACKAGF (NTN/SP-78/0330RDS (Selected Technology for Licensing) INCREASING THE ABSORBENCY OF POLYMERIC COMPOSITIONS. PACKAGE INCLUDES: Pat. Appl. S.N. 824,776 X. S. Patents, Nos. 3,985,616; 4,045,387; & 3,981,100 ! HIGHLY ABSORBENT POLYMERIC COMPOSITIONS DERIVED FROM FLOUR By U. S. Dept. Ag1 (PB-257 863 (July 26, 1976) NCREASING ABSORBENCY OF POLYMERIC CONiPOSITIONS BY 6URING by U, S. Dept. Agr. (PB-275 554 (August 15, 1977)) I ~ 0 3 0 0 n 0 2 1 7 9 6
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9 -77 S. P. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY, SUPPL.~-`_AtENT 1976, 9, n• 7, y. GOF-412 0' VI Re 50333 8048 ~ Ana'yse des M-Ni6rasamines v caI a Une breve revue NGUYEN PHU LICH et R. TRUHAUT I ' Ltbornrolre de Toxlcoloaie et lfygltne hrdiutriclle UER des /Sffcanismts d'Acrion des 6fidicam•nrs tt dts Toxiques. Unirersirl Rtne Descartts, 4, Acenue de !'OSservaroire, 73270 Paris Cedex 06 0 3 n A n o;~ 1 7 5 7
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r I I 50333 8050 M YS it0. ~ . Fortschritte der Cheraie organischer ;: aturstoff'e. Progre_ in the chemiAry of orbanuc tinturul proclucts. Pro,-IZ~s c':nr:- la chimie des substances organiques naturelles. 1.-dt.tc3;d Wien, Springger-Verlag tetc.l 1938--date. v. tllus. 24 cm. Founded and for sone years edited by L. Ze:.bmeister. For holdinbs, see main entry. 1. Chemistry, Organic-Feriod. i. 7.echmeister, Mszld, 1SS3-- ed. QD241.F6 A C 39-1015' Minnesota. Univ. Ltbr~ for Library of Congress 15-1r54q2lt I AM- _. --~---.-..-~,----••-. -- . 1 7 5 9
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_- t °%11) 0 50333 8028 Univcrsily of LancGStcr LIbrOry CCCQSiOnO pop&rs, No~3 PLANNING LIBRARY SERVICES Proceedings of a Research Seminar :. - held at the . _ University of Lancaster 9 -11 July ,1969 Edited by A.Graham Mackenzie and lan M. Stuart University of Lancaster Library .1-7 1969 , ,
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,~,r....-.~.,._ ' f knr::Yi 50333 8045 i7 ]S I 1 I T : ~ (~ Gl~ ARD D=04iltESTRu - 0 ~P R'R AM Q, ~;~ r by Lawrcncc J. I;c):cirom Mcuibcr of Ilrc Coiiirc-ciicut; Nce%• Yurl: Hnd Priressuc;rnsclty Bars Iict-i:cr1 Tlrircl J:dition 1972 VaIun-Le 1 4 t, I i 0 - 3 Ct:,rk Ito;~r~?urarr Cunr11"rr.•, Ltd. Sagc l;ill I'r:'.iliFLcre, hrc Alhany, 1.w Yo: k
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50333 8059 SMOKING HABITS--PSYCHOLOGY/ TOBACCO--S`!OKING--RELINQt'ISNiNG/ 73 X Li . 2 FJ2 CL::SS \0. ••1:``?HL'. _ 7, X Li_ i'i. P. of 11.:'C A':?i0:, .:Cw .. T ..._ _..,.., rT n Cor, :alt. :1in. ~.;n1. LG (::o. 1) 92-95 (1973) (in 1'c ^1: .n) , I 3.ooi`(?: S?f6`6 *-21.,. ! 7 6 R . _ ~.-- ---
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50333 8056 ticbtenbera, J, ,t, , jt, aut. i J.J.. cr:;:enE~e.~:.~:• a4°,rj J . t~ ~.: .~ . I:ioheloa rrer, Jr., 3~~G 70 Pa~~s ~.• 't7•i, I'ep4'.. of Lhe I,- I~~;e r?~' 'i',he ~ ~rc2, t:':~~or Poliu-3on .V.. v.i •....-_....,-.aV~ •° tion. t.'ashsn ;uon C) 0 •; t) n n 0 2 1 7t' ) S
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I 50333 8060 ~. r .. .__, . __ _. ...' . RJR CLASS NO. PAIP1!Lf T 71 X Ke Keutzer, C. S.; Lichttnstein, E.; ~:ces, !I. L. (L'ni•:ersity Ores;., `:u;cnc, Orer,.: Scattle L'n=v., Scattle, r.'ash., tt0!)IiICIATIO`: 0° S':!)::.':C taVPl'IOY: A REV:= .. Psychol. Bull. 70 (No. 6) 520-533 (1968) (in EnElish) 0`3 n ~ ~}°7~ t:g 1~, ~~* Tobaeeo nllysis e : L --
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50333 8053 r.tJ 11 LY-CC S. F7 . /.N,rnat nrlkAorioialA tcrovnrni, 1'ul, l. Nu. 2, 14M/ 1H -)~ ~ ' Psychophysiological Adaptationk~.An lnvestigation of Multiple Parameters/ t..l.khs/ele." James F. Sallis,' - Ihbbie 11i11,' and Mark C. YounR' /(eart rate (EKGI. digital skin resistance level (SRL). and jrontalis electro- nirographl• (EMG) oj20 undergraduate volunteers Nrre monitored in three J0-nrin sessions to chart the course and rnaRnitude of adaptation. As a group, 7. 13. and 13 min oJadaptation Nrre required jor SRL. E~IfG. and Ell'G, rt'spPctihell•. High arousal levels in ani• oJth~:se incuswres at the scxsion's outset resulted in longer adaptation times coinpored to loN• initial arousal. EA(G showed the strongest variance across sessions. Females required longer adaptarion periods than males in SRL and Ell"G. Self-reported trait anxien• levels bore little relationship to adaptation course. Methods were outlined for setting individualized adaptation periods hl' either the min I EA(G level or regression equations for the iniNal values of each of the measures. Overall, nsl-chonhlsioloRical adapraNon proved to be an inJluential variable requirinR experimental inanogement to avoid conjound- fuent with treatment effects. 0 3 n o n o 2 1 76 2
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50333 8051 ALGAE/DIRF:CTORIES/ MICROORGANISMS--CULTURE--CATALOG/FUNGI--CATQLO=7 YEASTS--CATALOG/PROTOZOA/LICHEtdS/VIRUSES --ANIMAL/VIRUSES--PLANTS/ TISSUES--CULTURE/ 1tEF Directory o Wor Q ~ 141 Ma 1972 f ld Collections of Cultures cowao BY of Microorganisms S.M. MARTIN and C. QUADLING f l d EDfiED •Y o Carw Nohonof Reseorch Couna o, Otfowo, Canoclo M.L. JONES and V.B.D. SKERMAN University or oueenslend, Brisbone, Australia S.M. MARTIN and V.B.D. SKERMAN FOR THE nORLD FEDERATION FOR CULTURE COLLECTIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MICROBIOLOGICAL SOCiETIE .cr ~- - -- -- - r ...T .. T ,& t] - _ -----~ 3 -~ - n - n --t ~ __z
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R c 0 U U U ~' {.J...1~ .~1;~.. . ~ ..~ 'P_:~ 1908 fffOS ~ . s.+~. ., =a :
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RJR CLASS N0. 11_XTB00I< HD b~' Fi. 11/81 Fisc_hhoff,B.;LichtenstQin,s:';S7.ovic,P.;Derby,4;, L.;i<ec!riry,h. L.; ACC.hPTAEsL.L: RISI<. CaMbridge Univer sity Press.New f:ochr'ile, Ncw York.81. ISN' = 5b4ec 0 3 n 0 n 0~ 1 7 7 4
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.5_ e.LCr. R1.`S'iRALIA/13'r;-.'IL/liRIlISIi COLONIAL /.^,laiA/COLO'.ST~'IA/i,O'.!Crl, PECIPLE'S i:EPU!'.LIC 01'/CHIRA, PEOPI}:'S (`} k; ;i1t.Dl1~'%I:G1PT/Ii.L SAI:VAiX1P./FTtiiIOPIA/FRFhC}i 0Vi_kST'/;S POSS}'SSI^:::~.'!::'.~ LAOS/LEBdtiVOiti/LTI3F.RIA/LIBYA/'•1E ;ICO/It0ROCC0/NI:1d PARE!GUAY/PHILIPPIyES/PORTliGI'I:SI: OVERSEAS PF.OVINC}:S/PL'ERT:1 RICO/rl10DESIA/ SAL'}`7 AI?A..~IA/ SOUTH AFRICA/SYP.IA/TAII4AI:(1,'.':J'UBLI.C OF CIII":A) /'iIiAILA:N'D/U^iITF,U STATES LXTEP-NAL T':FRI TO};It,S/ URUGUAY/VENEZUELA/4'EST II:DI ES ASSOCIATED S iATTS / °° TIIR EUROPA YT:AR BOOK VOLUME :I . •. , - .. "~ 1973 ~ RTsF Africa, The Americas. Asia, AustraJasia NA . m .~ 173 Eu A WORLD SURVEY 0 1973 EUROPA PUBLICATIONS LI\IITrll ~ 18 BEDFORD SQUARE LONDON Iti C1 J2 3J:J 03nn n, n;~. 1 7 47
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f 50333 8057 TS 2240 nn 1978 SMOKTNG AND HEALT1i/TOBACCO--SMQKING--HFAT.TH FFFECT/ SMOKING HABITS--RELPlOUISHI?\Gr TORACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ RJR CLASS NO. TENTf'.OOK TS 2240 Da 1978 s,... . Danaher, B. C.; *(no affil.)* BECO"SE AN E\-S*103:ER. Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N. J. 226 p. (1978) (in rng]ish) yIs this book for )-ou? "I'his book h:+s been +:ritten for the ~ ~ person A:ljo Nvants to lcarn ho%+• to become a perinanent eX- ~ smokcr. 1'1'e vicw smoking ns o luar„cd brJ,nvior. L'nlil.e eating ' and drinking, smoking is not a natural acti+•ity. )'ou learned ' ; to smoke cigatettes, and no+v you h:ive to find out ho++• to ' unlcarn the smoking habit and suhstitutc new -wa) s of bchav- ~ ing. ;Oost smc,king 1n•ograms .6m only at llelhing Ju-oplc stop f sinoking. 'Htis hroorr,m llas been desi-ned so tllat it also ; 1ulps you ci,f,c 214111 u/td i liurilintc thc liu(,,ring smo/.irlg mgcs tllat I would causc• yc,u to rccunle the --_.-- \0 n t) 2 1 7 6 6
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'ti.:.htenstcan, 1=:Iw'ard ~(~~iIFICl,TIC'~ OF 5K0ttNG AF.I,AVT(1R: 1)F.STGt+S- T(rGFFrcrn'I: T(tc.AT*::.'Ts Jour. Consult. Clin. Paychol. 36 (No. 2) 163-166 (1971) 50333 8062 U 3 t1 ~ t~ t~ ~ I 7 7 1
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50333 8052 .y.- _ - ,".~ - - QD 245 Fo 1971 PIPERIDINE3/ BILE PIGt-S.'d"i'S/ LICNENS/TERPE!dES/ GLUTARIMIDE ANTIBIOTICS/ FORTSCHRITTE DER CHEIMIE ORGANISCHER NATLIRSTOFFE PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS ~ {iDRONDFT VOV • FOUNDED by L ZECHMEISTER /lJAUIOkOElEN VON • EDRED 1V p. HPRZ H. GRIS[DACH G. W. KiRBY TALUULlhFE• FU. FlElnutti L Da. LOU01dkEOUGNi tFJCf. NEUNi]NDZWAtiZIGSTCR BAND T`i•ENTY-?:IN]'H VOLUME • - i Y[l.AfSE1 . I:JTNOff G OI.OTTER • D. GDLttiSMITH • D. GROSS • 1. R. HANSON • S. HUXECK ~ F. /OH2.SOti - D. LAVIB • E. Pkt MUZ!C • Q'. RODIGER WT 11 Apt1DlLMiG1 . sITN u FMN).Es R 1971 i - ~ W!L*N •TSPRINGER.VERi.AG : NEVI' L'GRF
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50333 6074 TS 2240 L Lickint, Fritz ATIOLOGIE UND PROPHYLAXE DES LUNGENKREBSES ALS EIN PROBLEM DER GEWERBEHYGIENE UND DES TABAKRAUCHES, (Etiology and Prophylaxis of Lnng Cancer. Problems of Industrial Hygiene and Tobacco Smoking.) 1953 212 p. Theodor Steinkopff Dresden und Leipzig, Germany 0 3 n n n o 2 1 7 R 3
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50333 9058 Ti)rACt;n-•-S"OF:ING---(:A}ZnIOI'A"•:.?'LAR FFF ECTS/TORACCO--F~t(1}:ING--1:EA!.T, F.F:'Fi.T 0*;/ S?'Ot:ING A?ID HE-ALT1i/ TORACCO--S.'•.'OKE--CAF.r(1N ,.r0?i0XI1`?:/"76 X Da2 TO:;„CCJ--Sc:vriIivG--CAI{r0N ~,OI~O;{I??:: CO:;T,.::i C:' -.:.OCD/ RJR CLASS NO. 1' ^~:1'IIlJ;T 76 X Ds` Danaher, B. G.; Lichtenstein, E.; Su11ivan, J. ;t. (Univ. Oreg., EuEene, Oreg., 11. G,) CO:ii'ARATIVL•' EFFECTS OF RAPID A;+D 2:O:IUU. SIiOKIING ON Hi;>>R'i D t'Ci.RISO}:~i HEI~JGLORIN. - ~.: Jour. Consult. Clin. Psycliol. 44 (:;o. 4) 556-63 (3976) (in *Keywords;* carbon rloaoxide,sr.ol:e, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent; . 1 ~ 03 0 0~~ 0 0 2 1 7~ 7 - ---.....'.~
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*,-tICORICE see also GLYCYRRHIZIC ACID 50333 8079 0 3 n n n 0 2 1 7 8 8
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50333 8068 73 NICf)T1.:1'- -P1Lf,rt' i!1COLOCICAL A1 I'I,1 C~1TI 12.J}: CLl.S:; *:J. P1:'?:7•3 X I'e Fcznc, 0. ; LtcrtncckeLt',' A. J. Ar: ; T.u nu,^,rcu, C. E. G. ty Physiol S::ed.) A :'OI;.-':CCO Psy_hcr:liar;tacolnZ;iz 31, 201--2i)i (1973) (in 1'nglish) , ~ h' 74'13 .. ;• *u:: ` __ ...._..,..~_ Tobacco medinir-.s ,.._..~.:. .__.,..<..,.~.,.:... .~a:~._..- . r_~ U;; o n n n2 1 7 7 7 6.
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50333 8071 x Li 4 LickZ~rl, F. i±-:.- 12 i~V -~ ' 1. f• ~ •L !~L frn: ~aL..\• .~ ..~a 1.i.-~.' ~i CI-NCLR Is i1:G' SG:'1::T DcuteChs 173a4 rrenslet;on o: oriricLs1. 0 -.---~.-~.~- t7 3 o ~~Z f~ ~ 17 it (1
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6 L! I C U U U U}' 0 .~......._......_._.._. __ _. (cLGt) 6sS-LSS (z •otI) iE •Rawi1 'TdQ1/ •sror ia323= .$ .I pug I,M .n .Q ...Ir .cm •r .9 '*t3*i •r 'gtq 'nma ;j2n0: aaarr.a.Ma01o IQm 'IYWS'Ig3d7II Q'itV TJJIM03a.I V .1. .0 .97=-j r 'tT' V-oT.m- . ry / •+•1i' 0.4r., _qwa (0L6T) To0 III 0L0o EE£OS I I r k I
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50333 60'17 TS Licl:int, .itz ; bis. 25 erg. ~uflt 2y,0 Tabak und Gesundheit. 21 L Hannover s Bruno '.'ilkems /erla^~ 1952. SO p. 23 cm, • O e.. (U nn n o 2 1 7 R b . ._
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.__ 50333 8064 - --- ----_~ _ _.___ --•-~_ ASTHMA/ALLERGIES/ Jour. A1lergy 'iin. Immupol. 53(4)230-239 M74) , :81 II Brl 6iagnostic tests in ragweed-allergic asthma A comporison of direct skin tests, Ieukocyte histamine releose, ond quontitotive bronchiol chollenge a C. Allen Bruce, M.D., Richard R. Rosenthal, M.D., lOwrente 11R: Lidtteniteln, M.D.,• and Philip S. Norman, M.D. BaLlintorc Md. TAirty•,iz patiewts eitA a Aisfory oJ slnsanel rapa•red asthmn wvrr trsfed. hirret ixtradennnl jL-i* tests, geux-ocytr Aistnwitrr rrltasr, eiwl qrantitatirr iwhalntinn LroneAial rAalleRpt trorrrlatrd sipniflrnntly. 1Mta reported srppest that quanfitafi,r slis fests are as diapno.ticnuy ralrnblr ar qwtntifnfire iatialntion bronohinl ehal- ' leapr or lrukoeyte Aistanux r relEnsr. Mnta allo fn7rlrJt ZAat IYN)I a1MI sLin +nna Klts O-: 3 n ^ n n andpirojatinyFbasefAilrnspond es a sispir popalatiox of rells to rapr•ccd antiprna.
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50333 8073 TS Lickint, F. ;~40 Die 'Jibfrette--dein :chicks:_1. uie GisE.rette- L des r;enschen Feiii3. 'wiesbLuen, Carl Waiti:er Vei iag, n.d. I 31 p. 23 cm. L._.J 0 30 0 n t~ ~1 7 r~ ?.
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CHROMATOGRAPHIC: ANALYSIS--GAS CRROMATOV-RAPHY/ 50333 8055 78 III Be2 Jour. Amer. Waterworks Assoc. 1974 , 739-44(Dec. 1974) DETERMTNING VOLATILE ORCANICS IT MICROGRAtf PER LITRE LEVELS BY GAS CHR0~IATOGRAPBY T. A- Bellar and J.'J.Uchtei*erg ir A Metricized Article A contribution submitted to the JOURNAL on Nov 7. 1974, by T. A. Betfar and J. J Lichtenberg. res scientists. bfethods Dev. •nd Dual. Assurance Res. Lab.. EPA. Natt. Envir. Res Ctr., Cin- cinnati, Ohio. Presented here is a method for quantitative recovery of volatile organic compounds followed by a description of apparatus and procedures employed to detect 0.5 µg/I of the substances. Recent legislationt- 2 requires analytical methods for the determination of hydrocarbon and chlorinated organic sol- vents in wastewater. In some cases a minimum detectable limit of 1 µgf(J l0i~p"~ is quir,gd f~spe~fic Som~unds. . It is the responsi b ixty dt'th. P~ ~ A ho [k` a QA •«lorance Res. Lab. to evaluate existing methods, and whcn - . --- -i, nrtds. Determination of these substances at the 1-µg/I ( I0''ppr kvel has been difficult. Commonly used techniques such direct aqueous-injcction gas chromatography, liquid-hat extraction, and head-gas analysis have proved inadcqu: Direct aqueous-injection gas chromatography3• ' althou generally useful for analysis of industrial et7)uents, prov,, an approximate limit of detection of only 1000 µg/l (1 ppi Liquid-liquid extraction methods using lowsor high°boil organic solvents followed by gas-chromatographic anaty have been investigated. These mctnods have providcd err or low extraction efticiencies for volatile compounds. In -, tion large solvent r^.sponses and solvent impurities can ca serious chromatographic interterences. Distillation tc niques' have been employed in which a small quantity of s ple distillate is collected and anaiyzed by direct nqueuus-in tion gas chromatography. Detection limits of approximatc pg/I (10"3 ppm) have been reported for water-sol, volatiles using this method. Poor recoveries render the m 4 T. A. BELLAR AND J. J. LICHTENBERG ' 9;*Py7[ht a,ar. O)fw I- kt. f. c;.GS}'
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50333 8078 ~ i TS ~ 2240 L - udkf.e+t, Fraa ZIGpRE7TE uND WKGEN1URM. (Ci,gArettes " 2rung Gencer. ) vL 2.ral cP3o Q a 3 r~ ~ n 0 2 1 7 R 7
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50333 8066 Amer. Rev. Resp. Dis 108(5)1152-57(1973) ~1 Deleterious Effects of Oxygen at Ambient and Hyperbaric Pressure in the Treatment of Nitrooen Dioxide-Poisoned Mice'.' 0 3 B. PELLED, Y. SHECHTER, G. ALROY; C. LICHTIG, ©. TURBATI, and A. EEN DAVID SUMMARY Nitrogen dioxide poisoning was experimentally produced in mice in order to evaluate the possible effects of oxygen and hypcrbaric oxygen therapy under various schedules of trcatment. Using mortality rates and pathologic chanRes in the 1unFs as parameters. it was eoncludcd that oxygen therapy and hyperbaric oxygen thcrapy more so atc not only of no benefit, but are dis- tinctly dcleterious in the treatment of nitrogen dioxidc poisoning. Introduction Nitrogen dioxide (NOZ) poisoning was first reported in 1804 (1). Subsequently there were reports of many casps (2-17). culminating in be tr~(caLcideAt th~ occxrrecLjn CJ~s e~artJ 19 tjl 9), J ult in e J s of {301'hh s. Nitrogen dioxide fumes that emanate from (18-21). Treatment of this condition, which ineludes oxygen (O:) and steroids. has been very disappointing (11, 17, 22). Hyperbaric oxygenation (OHP) has been employed (12). but its beneFcial effect is disputed (23). The aim of this work was to evaluate the effect of OHP therapy in terms of mortality .. .........- _....,_......- --' - ~
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50333 8069 TS 2240 Br 1972 HASHISH/ FREONS/ Ij~ZA I ALCOHOL/N COTICS/DEPRESSANTS/CAFFEINE/L'ICOTINE--ADISICTION/ BARBITURA S/HEROIN/TOBACCO--SMOKING ~ AEROSOLS/ .IL'M/LSD/ MARIJUANA/ ^ and BRECHER -' `' ` by EDWARD hi. and the Editors of COI:SM;..~ RR REPORTS ~ The Consumers Union Report on Narcotics, Stimulants, Depressants, InhaIants, ~HoIiucinosens, and J'larijuana- includino Ca f f eine, Nicotine, and Alcohol , , I CONSUMERS UNION, hfOUAT VERNON. NEW YORK - -.-- ~.~~ _-0 - _3 - -6 _.6 - -6 _-t i - - -i ~-.._j__ 7_,•,7-F
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/ I I i 50333 8076 1 i5 22.~0 L a t Jttgend und Tabak. RudoLgtadt, Greilen.erlag 11958, 48 p. 21 <w. (Doat+ AYtuclie Traktat; Bdttire stuu 3ezualDrv- pteuu, 2. Relbe. 4. He[t ) 1. TolHacmo habit. t. Title. HV5745.L6 < ~ b9-455o-3 j LlLrury of Con; rr.=s // t:j U;S ~l ~ n U2. 1 1' R S 1 - r
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/TOLACCO--INSF.CTICI!)ES /CTICI!)ES/ TOBACCO--HUMI:CTAhTS/ CIGAT:rTTt: BEETC.F:/ 50333 8080 /NICV,TIRi:/ PHYTOSTEROLS/ TOBACCO--LEAF QUALITY/ TOBACCO---CHL•!iICAL C0;1P0, ITIn!:-•-4rYn;;(- &ICORI CE/ TS 2240 Am 1975 CHEMICAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY The symposia "Chemical Requirements of the Tobacco Industry", sponsored by the American Chemical Society, Philadelphia, Pa., April 7-9, 1975. ,was 0 3 n n n 0 2 1 7 8 9
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50333 8085 Licorice. ~.. . . Intett, G. E.. R6CENX' SWEETENEA RESEARCii 1970 32 Pa,,es 3ot~,.nteata Peoria, Il.l.. ...-t-........,. -._......~-__ _ 0 3 n ~ n n2 1 7 9 4
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50333 8082 XI _ Ch1 1Licorice. Chemicals and Phosphates Ltd., Haifa, Israel PRODUCT INFORMATION-SPRAY DRIED LICORICE EXTRACT-GLYCYRRHIZIN VALUES. Dec. 1964 2pp. (flier) Chemicals & Phosphates Ltd., Haifa, Israel 03 n n n 0 2 1 7 9 1
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l i cori cc •.X - Losset 50333 8094
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50333 8063 , qf Clinical and in Vitro Studies on the Role of 81 II Lil Immunotherapy in Ragweed Hay Fever` N~ M.-LCHTENiTBA M.D., PH.D.,t PIIIWP S. NORMAN, 1[.D.$ G/Id WALTER L. WINKEIVN•ERDER, M.D. Baltimore, Maryland The role of immunotherapy in ragweed ha}• fever has been investigated by a com- bination o[elinical and laboratory technics. in the clinical study a course of immun- ization with the principal antigen of ragweed (antigen E) was compared to placebo • injections in matched groups of patients. Double blind evaluation of the patient's symptoms was performed in a nemiquantitative fashion by patient diary and physi- cian examination. The laboratory study involved an in oitro model of human allergic reactipns: the antigenically induced release of histamine from the isolated Icukocvtcs of sensitive donors. This system allows an independent evaluation of cellular rracti.ity and the level of blocking antibodies, the latter measured by their ability to inhibit the in oido allergic response. The sensitivity of an untreated donor s cells to ragweed anti- gen E correlated significantly (P < 0.01) with the degree of dinical illness suffered dur- ing the season of ragweed pollination. Immunotherapy did not change the dosc-rcsponse relationships of the sensitive eells, but the cell sensitivity symptom correlation s%as 03 'n 0 no 2 1. 7 7 2
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50333 8092 "Unofficial reprint of the regulations..published in the Federal ReCistor and...in '°it3e 21, Chapter 1, of the Code of Federal lte€ulations, under Part 121." 0.3 +~ 0 0
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At : L,icorice. 50333 8083 Givat4a,m T'3ctiariar ; n~,j (r-o 2) iR? (IrSI) 0 3 P 0 0 0 2 1 7 9 ?.
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;;"aotice. 50333 8093 Wi 11 tmOttj S. ©. ?HE GUL'i'WZE ANO IIPPLTGITBJtJS OF l.IQ6OP=., 4'r: Is; CYap.{ 1.,.a 1' . ~.73 -7: ~. o3no n9 2 ~ ~Q2
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/ a I 1 t .f ~"`--- -------~ . ._ . 50333 e075 ; ~p4 ~ (1968), S. PCANCER- W)m . OatB 1rRQP[ S!iDwI?'C Di. K.disiaische, 85-91, (Jan. 14, 1956) 0 3 0 0 n o l I 7 R 4 0
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Lftorits--bctrpct, V. 7, 50333 8096 Advances in food research. v. 1- " New York, Academic Press,19-lS-.'s ~ tV v. 24 cm. Editcrs: v.1- ~ E. X Dlrak, (i. F. Stewort. 1. Nntrltlon-CoilectPd works. 2. Food resenrch-Collected wor.:s. I. Dirak, Emil biarcel,1301- ed. TX537.A25 4^- ~ f,41.1072 48-780S• ~` - Library of (:ongrese 153p3j o:~ n A nft 2 {8 ~ 4
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50333 8088 RJR CLASS NO. I'.13liLi:T VIII :^.e4 72 S.i'. (Japan Monop. Corn., Centr. F:e,s. Inst., Tol:yo, Jar.) STL'1)IES ON T}i't: CO:.:f'U::E`TS CF LICOi:ICK MII' USED :'O.r: TOBACCO FI.!.I':1L7R.ING PART. I. FF'•'.CTIn::.1iI0:: OF Tiil: SL'}•;STaNCt:S IN LICORICr ROOT F:t'y'i:CTIVI: IN J:i!'i:Ot';::G : TORRCCO QUALITY. Nippon SoEei KaE,aku Kaishi 45 (No. 11) 507-512 (1971) (in l:a,;] *}:pywords: * licorice root, to:bacco, additive.
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S u 8 1 C U u n Ur 4 ... .~.. ,...~+. .-^e.+ ,.. ...;.;.~.,.- ~.. ....;.~.'~i.I ia .:~ ~~3b~~t puA 0o•s.zonhTz t~c;~1~i1 d'CTou,o~?Zl • uo ~~onpo.zd ~ t)uc UoT+eZosI--,aTo e . tuT cOgT L609 EEEOS =r : -1
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/ d L t lU u U uf 0 -~-- : `Z.9 'p;•i °uux °3SID °:1.17-10 'iPusy.xas ; aus *x;NuoxL sxa ;oos '3 '`3upp FI - -_~-------r--------_.. _ -- .._- ZL09 E££OS _~. -> .
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I 50333 8098 ~ iP ~ 370 .,;,Licorice--Pt>ArOMWolog,y, 'V. 7. Advances in food research. v. 1-- New York, Academic Press,1948--.%-.~7 iI v. 24 cm. Editors: v. 1-`7 E. M. Mralc, 0. F. Stewurt. 1. ATntritlon--Collecte•d works. 2. Food resc:arch--Collccted «•ork-s. z. Dlrak, Emil Marcel, 1901- ed. 641.1072 48-7808• TX537.A25 Library of Congress ~ i53p3j 0 3 01 0 11 _n y1 8 0 6
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50333 8101 1 T F' 11~ 370 ~ e` Zicor3 oe--iicot, v. 7. Advances in food research. v. 1-17 New Z ork, Academic Press,194S- ~~ 17 v. 24 cm. Editors: v.1-7 E. 11f. ]kirak, (3. F. Stewurt. 1. Blntrltlon-C*11ected works. 2. Food research-Collected works. I. Dirak, Emil DSarce1,1901- ed. TX537.A25 ( ~ 641.1072 4S-7E0S• \.,J. Library of Congress 153p,4l 0 3 0 n n 0 2 !a 0 9
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I 50333 8095 ..`.,...........~..~ _..~_..._,__ . ticorice--Aaalysis. IMorrS.sl Robee., J., .Yr. L~:`,C:~tr^E FL{.N"JR7i>> cr:WI_p .S r Ti',y~ rJiSr.a .•''~'~• ~`•::D ~ j'oL.:,..u/ FQR v J,0 iv ty I:O:r3.e~ RGb°=t J.r Jr. and Charl.es Romano. T6.ac^a Ch.--,aisis Res:P~rc:, Coye•rence, 1.Gyh, Y.lp•:!rp -e6, ~g~5) ~ ~ u3 n n n 0 2 1 $ 0 3 C)
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. ., ~ 370 i U I ~ 3~to~1t~ 50333 8091 V. S. Tiept, ofi ac.ult2.is FZwcr-ZI=t tsa..1 k'e?.f'ure. Food eW Drus Ar'mAnisf.ratioa: CONPIULTI03 OF REGULbTT0.73 FOR MGn 1:DOITIVE.Q.. ?,oose1eaf D. S. Uapf.. 6s' Res3.th' E[!umt.iORs'rx+3 Helt'a-ra e Food an3 Dr~; Administro.tica ti:ashin&ton 2: v D. C • (Over) 0 3. n o n.-.0 2 1 .8 0 0
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50333 8100 a Ii s~, . ~a~orice--Pharra~ colog;r. : !'tiitcbo23.v h'$111Am Liqtk^rims and Qycy:rhetinic arid. w'L'..45;:~ 6.wL'i r n• aaut..11, 2.2 io9"77 \1i:1~v G 0 3 o o n 6 2 1 8 0 8
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50333 8090 LICaRICE/FOOll--ADDITIVES--GEIJERALLY RF.GARDED AS SAF;:/ TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITII:S/FOOD--AnllITII'L.S--Tu;iIcViLO;y/ XX MeF-D-372-74 TO^ACCO--ADDITIVES--TOXIC(7LOGY/ GRAS (GE~;r!',ALLY RCCGG~rIZED_hS SAFE) FC~G~7 Ii~t; ~i_11ILi~TS - G_YCYr,i;i~iZ~; ~. Perf«micA O:danizuioo Naax .od Address 12. Sponsoring Organiz.uion Narne and Address PL„-121 230 ' nfot~matics Tnc. ~- Administratic DELE~~~•-fZ .~~/2 G000 Exe:utive Boulevard ~•QO ~~S.CFo Sodtreeandt, S. Drug W. ` Rockville, Maryland 20852 Washington, D. C. 20204 The report suvmarizes the available scientific literature from 1920 to 1972, ' related to the "safety" of Glycyrrhiza as a food ingredient. Chemical informatio, biological data, and biochemical aspects of Glycyrrhiza are given in a 33 page sue-marY containinq 143 references. DISTRIBUTF:D BY: .• S. DEPARTMF?7T OF C0D0tERCE, NATIONAL TECHNICAL I vFOR`?ATIO'~ SF.RVICE/ p ~ )u 37 ~ ,'- 0 3 n n n fI :~ 1 7 9 9
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r Search No. 6972 XITERATURE SEARCH. 50333 8087 , ~ s/ /y~I ~c P) ~ ® , ~ VIII Me4-81 ICORICE - PART II (RJR-81-7) f- ' S.P. f.,r.r (RJR-81-6) _ t .iy, i9Y/ (,B/OSi S) Prepared by Mary Jane Pugh Apri1 21, 1981 A wiit of the North lina Department of Com~`mer e ~ An Industrial Applications Center for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration &:v ?. 1 7 9 6 - - *r " v M
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VIII Me4-79 ~ 50333 9102 S.P. Nouv. Presse Medicale 7-3):3942, 1978. SEVERE HYPOKALEMIA FR02 ICOBSCE-FLAVORED DRUGS. J. Aumaitre Endocrinology-Nutrition Service, CH. R. Orleans. Hospital de la Source, B. P. 2439, F. 45032 Orleans Cedex. translated from French 4 3 n n n'0 2 1 8 1 A
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50333 8084 3JI J,r.E.&• `70o&u~w, _~. l-p 3~a-ao ~/97~J M. I k r a m and Kar:mullah A. Z i r v i VIII Me4-81 LCHEMISTRY AND PHARMACOLOGY OF S.P. (GENUS GLYCYRRHZZA) .i INTRODUCr TI Olv' ICORICE Adr . Licorice (Urdu: molathp Is a perenial herb belonging to the genus Glycyrrhf< (Leguminosae) which grows wild in Southern Europe and Western and Centr: Asia. It is also cultivated on a commercial basis in many parts of the work Spain being the largest producer. The roots of the hcrb, dried in the shad and cut intro cylinderical pieces, have been used for various purposes for cen turies. Licorice has both medicinal and non-medicinal uses. Its medicinal usc are based on its antiinilammatory, antiulcer, corticosteroidal and estrogeni activities. Nonmedicinally, it is used as a flavouring agent in the tobacco in dustry, in *the mani]facturc of shoe polish, in fire extinguihers and as a sweeten Ing agent. Gls`cyrrhizin (potassium, sodium and ammonium glycyrhizinate). on of the main constituents of lieorice, is tifty times sweeter than sugar and i used as sweetening agent. Licorice ; ,.. 0 3 0 ~ n 0 ~~7 9
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50333 8081 Nouv. Presse 7(43Y)3 ~+2 (1978) VIII.Me4-79 SEVERE HYPOKALEMIA FROMORICE FLP.VORED PHARMACEUTICALS, S.P, Letter Hypokalidmle s6vtsre par m6dlcament aromatise a la reglisse ,~ --c_ +-nt r~/ 7JCL"> J p~ =~Q ~eL lj p t1~ '~~ tth.h~4. C 2 ct~t C t~ '~, j~e L~1 t/ Les intoxications par les ciuraits de rzelisse sont bien connues. 11 scmble exister une nouvelle possibilite de sut7enue de ces accidents, par suite de recent change- rnent de la composition d'un medicament utilise de fa- Qon habituelle pour le traitement des par+,crcatites chro- ntqucs. Nous rapportons 1'obscrvation d'un malade vic- time de cettc modification. Monsieur N.. 65 ans, traitE depuis 4 ans pour diabtte (34 uni- IEs d'insuline orJinaire A midi et 14 unites dc ;:Plt au diner), consulte e nouveau Ic 20 avril 1978, car il se sent extrcmcmenl fatigue. Confus, Ia parole uuharrassce. il donne I'tmpression d'etre en hyPogl2remic. Mais il n'a pas de sueurs, et Ia glycemie extemporance est autour de 2 g. r Le patient, restaura!~~iclC,ffitf'u~~ruhablcmcnt 3 boirc (gam- ma-GT A 317 a 1'cntrcc dans Ic scrvtcc). Mais, dans )'irnmcdiat, un nouveau dr,equilihrc ioniquc ris- que dc sc rcproduire si Ia f.tbrication unciennes san. gI% " rrhin- ne, de eet extrait pancrLatiquc n'c,t pas rcpri+c. Le m:dAc a%:+- lait en effet 0.22 g de Fl;cArrhirinc par Ilacun. soit 1.32 g/jour (6flacons). La prisc d'cau bicarbonatcc a evidcmmcnt cuntri- bue 1 cette alcalose hvpokaliemique. Cependant, micux vaut, croyons-nous. abandonncr .1'arome reglisse• memc si Ic mauvais gout d'un medi- cament doit en etre moins bicn masquc. J. AUNIAITRE Service d'r.ndocrinoMeic-Nutrition (1. Aumaitrc). C.H.R. Orlians. tt0- pital de la Source, R.P. 2439, F 45032 Orlcans Cedca. A/ou-rlEs: Hylwkaliemie. Insurfisance pancriatique. Rcgtise. 0 3 n 0 n 0 2 1 7 9 0
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I 50333 8086 i 370 In SYMPOSIUM: SWEETENERS 1974 SE•':END'PITY BER.P.Y/SYNT11rTIC SW) ETE:'EP,SII'OGD--FiA1'C~R~.NTEJYFCPI~I•;. FLA'vTS/ LICORICFf /Gl.YCYRRlII2IN/FLAVORA.`vTS /TASTE--1'F,STII:C /FP.UCTOSE /i,LL'C~ ~;;-- I SO? ~>~;5~ ! SYRUPS, CORN/SENSES A.ND SENSATION/110NEY/;-fi1PLE SYP.LP/SAC(aIA:, I:<i('k'JI::INS, Pi_"N':/ TOXICOLOGY--FOOD FLAVORA:JTS /"fT_RACLE FRUI T/DI))11)ROCHALCO'vF.;S /KATEP1Fl'. j 2 C. ~ Edited by Geprge E. fnglEtt, Ph.D. PDDL Chief, Cereal Properties I C, Laboratory, Northern Regional Research Lcboratory, ARS, USDA, Peoria, Illinois 11 fr~i n..:rn..n,17 T Jq E AL'I f=:33 Li~X ;:;G CV..iP".N Y , I:;C. ls7a - ; ~ * . ~ - ~--- ( ~' 0 3 tl 0 n rl 79s- ~_~
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50333 8103 RIM= ® 1G''4 IFIAtJ'''~iiN;i P.A.'t'IIU e`.idRLYSIS •r Ctc Gi.YCYRRiJZItt USIlY3 M0JZR:j' ~ AMODi6. Morris, Robert J., Jr. ,p vC7 LICGjIV. F IAVO:;XTr., ft.A.PTD IL~,L , ..S FOiZ :,CL::!IS A:::7 GIZ:CYF,FtiisZ1? US1a'.1; Ii=51r.4r::,'UaI, i~THOI~S, by 1'c.rris, iioi~e: t J., Jr. snd Charles Rauano. Tobacco Chewists Research Canfereaces 19th, '7 nz?. :. paper, (0--tob-: E6, 19155) O 0 3 P n n ~ 1 I~ I 1
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50333 8104 TP 370 A j4ccoricej by C. llierAa^ v. 7. Advances in food research. v. 1-7 New York, Academic Press,1948- p v. 24 cm. Editors: v. 1- 7 E. 3f. Sirak, 0. F. Steavrt. 1. Nntrltion-CollPCted works. 2. Food research-Collected works. L lirak, Emil Marcel, 1901- ed. TX537.A25 641.107° 48-7S0S' Library of Congress ~ t53p3i 0 ~ n n n E> > 1 8 1 2,
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50333 9107 C G I Z' i. RZCE ~ ITS C&1RACT~'tZ.S"1'IC S'ICS A_L' I`1'; US~ IN FAx-4adroxs b Fozbas Co. LICG.'UC~~ ITS v:'•P.r:1Sa:.CS A.*1) i 3 us~ Z:z CtiaI ;r1. sISLxcC~; r~x .~nTCU,.r. EFF~.'C3'3 CV (}LYCl"RRHIZIt:: C: C,,aC~VS. 2 parts N. J. Car,dlens U 3 U0 n fl 2 !8 1 S
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0 41 50333 8067 DATA--INTERPRETATION & CORRELATION/ - /STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ SAGE UNIVERSITY PAPERS i1& ECOLOGICAL INFERENCE by Larra Irwin Lanjbein and AR+n J. Lichtnar rf 1. MULTIDIMENSIONAL SCALING by Joxph B. kruskal and Myron Wish Series: t2UANTITATIVE APPLICATIONS s't2. ANALYSIS OF COVARIANCE by Alben ft. Wildt and Olti T. Abtola IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES (3. INTRODUCTION TO FACTOR ANALYSIS by Jae-t)n Kim and Charles W. Muetkr Series Ed+tor: John LiSullivan, Univenity of Minnesoa FACTOR ANALYSIS by Jae-0n Kien and Charles W. Mueller MULTIPLE INDiCATORS: An lnerod.eUam by John L. Snl6van and Sranky Fe10a+an X L ANAt'1'J!lOF+YARiANfE iT O~~o~ R' !'K^n ud Hctmnt Norpoth 41i. EXPLORATORY DATA ANALYSISby Frederick Hanwilwith Brian E. Dearin` B'2 O*ERATIONS RESEARCH METHODS by Stnart Najel.ieh Maris. Nesf AsAer ! REUABILITY AND VALIDITY ASSESSMENT by Edward G. Carmines and Richard A. Zelkr . GUSA L MODELt\G by Herbert ty~ d ESTS OF ftGN1FICANCii~-l~~ 1~~ ' ., ANALYZING PANEL DATA by GreSory B. Markus ~ _ 1~. COHORT ANALYSIS by Norva1 D. Gknn Yd CANOatCAL~ANrkLYSiS AND FACTOR COMPARISON by M.rk S tsviaK yt},-d11•!AL•1fSLSO: NOMINAt-DA'FA'Dy H. T. Raynolds •(,L JJaAI Yf 5OF ORD{NAt.0AIA-ltY-D+.d K. HiMebrand. Janxs D. LtinS. and Howard Rounthal -s,R-"1rIf-8ERHas -ANALYS4SrAelrn.bw T.c&tAqes by Chsrfes W. Outom. Jr. n ~ 1 1 7 7~ . •, : .
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• 50333 8112 & LITERATURE SEARCH NO. 76-28 U. S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF }IEALTH, NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE/ 77 X Po LWORICE IN THE TREATMENT OF PEPTIC ULCER January 1974 through May 1976. 56 C itations. Prepared by P. E. Pothier 0 3 n 0 n n 2 1 . 8 2. n
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50333 8099 ~ QP ; 903 i ; C i : Intexx,r:tioz3al PhGrmacolagicr.l Meeting. Pra.,3vte.. 1963. ?rd, PRCrMMIGS. General editort Helcna Rr. aEStst.e.ut genaral editor: Jiri Vanece:i New YorLp Pergcmon Preac; distributed ~:: Wectern HemlGpl-ere by M%czai?.:u;1-n, New Ya: skuva tlh~? ~:a 15 v. Mus. 24 em. Sponsored by tha Section on Pha-rmaca3G~W of the Interseatio:ia1. Union of Pk~ysioleZical I 6ciencvs. Includes biblf.oaraPhies. Contents3. -• O 18 0 7
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6 19 1'l• U U U UE 0 ..„ •c`-%) V,of ~, ;~ a Lri ~ u*~ ~nBaZ9 lll8 EEEOS ~~::
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50333 8120 .- Liab, H. N,tnuel pratique de preparations orgcniques avec des jetites quantites de 9ubsOnces, per H. Lieb et W. Schoniber. Paris, I•;usco:i, 053. xi, 181 p. 2:~ cm. 0 U:~ i i ni, 0 2 i 8 2 A
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. TOBACCO- ANALYTICAL HETHODS/ 50333 8106 1g - • VI ?er-'6 S~p~ . RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET VI To-78 s.p.- Be , J. H. orillard Res. Ce ~t., Greensboro, N. 41 U. S.) DETERMINATION OF~GLYCYRRHIZIC ACID INORICE EXTRACTS ANC' HEWING . TOBACCOS. ~ y • . Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 32nd, paper, 16 p., Montreal, Can. (Oct. 30- Nov. Nov. 1, 1978) (in English) ~. *Keywords:* glycyrrhizic acid, tobacco, additive.... r . . - . ~ ~. ' • . . ~ `. . .. . . ~ . .. • : 0 0`3 n d n.0 2. I 8 , .. .,
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1: 50333 8118 4 I e s t .I , or, ..r i~ E .,.I s e TS Lieb, Clarence A'ilu:~m, i°S5- ~•0 Safer smoking; what every smoker should know and do. w Y k F. o 't'on Press 1(`5'3 L l t d lOt3 p. Tl cm. I V "A Banner book." I _,~- u,- -D, 1, Tobacco babtt. 2 Tobacco--Physlological effect. t. Title. HV5733.L5 ~~ •613.86 613.84 53-73C8 ; Ubrary of Congress 12, 0 3 n o n(1 ;~. 1 82 6
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50333 8117 Lie, Jptrita L. FoRroqTioN OF AF1ATOXtN Iv OIEvWR CIiE£5E AY ASPIEAGILj,US FLAYIRS AND /1tPFR6ILLUS PAM'fASI?ICll6h by Jeru+it L, Lr.¢ 4nd E. H. MArth ?our. Zalry Scl. & 170b-1710 (196?) .,. ~ ~3 n o no 2 1 r_~ ~ S
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50333 8105 .af !6J o?,27-jj C 1976) VIII Ne4-si La liquirizia: estrazione ed impieghi I S.P. V. SPECCHIA , SUM\1ARl' V. • l.iyuoricc: extractiori and usc•s. ~ llt: a;1hc.prin:iplc of liquoricc- a miw;l r1.•cvrrhiiic acid salt - is obtaincd frum shrcidcd Gl~ ~l.%hi,~ riKNs by hot cxtraction with H~atcr or slightly a]lalinc aqueous solutions. The s% rups are thcn .•acuurz l li,• amirnNiium satts strc also derived trvm the extracts by suitable refinement processes. Lrau,n-icc .•aracts are used in the pharmac.utical and cunfcctionary indwarics and in the making of tuhaccc .+•:.1 dtinl,.. Foir.iinF aFontb for tir~-cxltnrui.h.rs and fertilis;'rs arc ubtamccl from the spcnt routs aficr sui r.00: u.•.rtrn.•nt.. La.th. thc rrrrtaning root tibors arc employed for the production of a-ccllulosc, pact`in,- :~. ~;~.ut J. rrkl in:ulatinl; p.rn;l.. at +uncrt~i peirrrJ~ttNrg gio,~ dyrartn[nt tstNatrlt. 0 3 n ~ ' ' •' -f
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,- • Brhish Journal of Induslrinl 1lidicine 1980; 37: 11-24 . ~ 80 X Mc 50333 8116 i Dust exposure and mortality in chrysotile --> D mining, 1910-75 . J C McDONALD,1*F D K LIDDELL';! G W G1BBS,= 0 E EYSSEN,= AND A D McDONALD3 front Ihe TUC Centenary !ns/itnte of Occupational Health, London School of Hygicne and Tropical • Medicine, London, UK,i the Department of Epidemiology and Henlth, tifcGill University, Montreal, Canada,= and !he DeparJment of Epidemiology, St Mary's Hospital Medical School, London, UK3 ABSTRACT We report a further follow-up of a birth cohort of 11 379 workers exposed to chrysotile. ' The cohort consisted of all 10 939 men and 440 women, born 1 S91-1920, who had worked for at least a month in the mines and mills of Asbestos and T}tetford Mines in Queb=. For all subjects. , length of service and estimates of accumulated dust exposure were obtained, with a smoking history for the vast majority. Three methods of analysis, two based on the "man-ycars" method, the other a "ease-and-multiple-controls" approach, gave results consistent with one another and with previous , , analyses. ~ ~ ~ . . ` 0~ n m . n 2 1$ 2 4_.., i ~ - ~
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50333 8126 RJR CLASS N0, TEXTBOOK HD 69 Li 1982 Archer ,~Li*boritan,M:Ar*;Selig,G.J.;Wa1sh,J.J.; OFFICE AUTOMATION, A MANAGER'S GUIDE FOR IMPROVED PRODUCTIVITY. John Wiley & Sons.New York, NY,82.(IN : ENG,) ISN = 3149 o:~oo n 02 1 834
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8176 MC095 P 237-31 AS"'eStUS LIOD FDK , and ublic health 50333 8,15 CAN MED ASSOC J!~`3~ P 81 II Re-81 S.P. Asbestos workers are known to have an increased risk of pulmonary fibrosis, pulmonary carcinoma and dif- fuse primary interstitial mesothelial tumours of the pleura and peritoneum. Suspicions about the role of inhaled asbestos in these conditions date back to 1906, 1935 and 1960 respectively, and these suspicions were confirmed in the 1930s, 1960s and 1970s. However, the health effects of asbestos are highly complex and only because of recent intensive epidemiologic in- vestigation has synthesis become possible. Most of the epidemiologic evidence is in the first three references;" clinical implications are discussed by Beckiake' al- though her epidemiology is somewhat outdated. It is now known that the probability of adverse effects from inhaled asbestos depends on the total number of fibres inhaled (a function of both duration of exposure and concentration) and the type of asbestos. ^^~ f.D3C..L,tootsLi.. a[A, Pa D - ated dust exposure - that is, the summation, job b\ job, of dust concentrations multiplied by the number of years in the job - allowed a study of the shape of ex- posure-response relationships; that for lung cancer. in particular, was effectively linear."' This finding and the results from other studies have provided strong evidence against a threshold or "safe" exposure, despite the hope expressed in an earlier review' that was cited. but not endorsed, by Gloag." There have been so few studies in which asbestos exposure has been assessed in more refined terms than duration of exposure that it is impossible to estimate exposure-response relationships for each fibre type and each response. However, we can evaluate, using certain reasonable assumptions, the fibre gradient for certain responses. Thus, the fibre gradient is almost certainly ateeper for mesothelioma than for other responses."•'- 0 3 n n n 0 2 18 2 3
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licorice production and processing , VIII Me4-81 S.P. Depariment of Chemicel Engineering, OCCURRENCE ILicorice is the medicinal sweet- mcat obtained from the dried peeled or unpceled root and stolon of the licorice plant and is the only member of the Glvcyrrhiza species to be commercially ex- ploited. The principal source. Glycyrrhiza glabra is a leguminous shrub some 0.5-1 m tall with com- pound leaves, four to eight ovoid leaflets, pra-like, blue flowers. ancillary clusters.. and flat pods or legumes 75-100 mm long. t sends down a tap root and develops run- ners which may be 7m long. The roots used for extraction are ob- tainrri i.. l...n.l.e ..r I / c ... 2-3 years. Propagation is by means of the runners which are cut into short lengths. each piece having 2 or 3 buds. The old crowns may sometimes be divided and used as planting material. Planting com- monly takes place in the early spring and. where possibic, the land should be well manured and prepared beforehand. In the Ponte- fract (Yorks) area in the UK, the sets are usually planted in group-, spread about 0.33 m apart alone ridges separated by 0.67 m. ~t'eeds should be kept dosn during the brow•ing period. and before each winter the shoots are cut back to the Eround. , L , 11 ~-J t- f' DR F. MOIYNEUX Swinburne College of Technolcgy Hawthorn, Vic., 3122 from sugars. Relative figures arc obtained that are sati;factory for commercial and production contrcl purposes. Another method ( Flder, 1929. involves the conversion of cly;n r r- hizin to furfural b% hcatins %%i;h hydrochloric acid and precif+,tit of the furfural %+ith barbitunc ac'.f. After washing and dr.•in,:. the prccipitate is w•ciLhcd to pc:hc glycyrrhizin contcn:. A typical analysis of Spanis% or Italian root quotc.l by Houscmar (1944) gives: Glyc)rrhizin 1''-161"c cr, 0 3 0 0 n 0 2 1 8 1 6
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50333 8113 "'#.iddal, i1 rner, 1905- j t rr.u v QC Barnes, Robert Bowling, 100G- "' 457 Infrat•ed spectroscopy, industrial applications and 1>il~li- C'C' B ocrtthhy tby1 1:. Bowling Barnes, Robert C. Gore. L-rnc.., Liddel, nnd Van Zandt Williams ... New York, Reinhold e~` publishin-Cr corporation,1911. v. f1b 2Wi p. dia(.'r8. 0231,cW. "Infrared spectrrnscopy" (p. 1-113) Is reprinted from an artlcl«• by R. B. Barnes, U. Lidds?l, und V. Z. 1`'illintus which aprK•arecl iu Industr:a;l and engineerinb c•heuiistry, analytical edition, v. vi, nu. 11. cf. p. (tli Iiibliography : p. 114-228. 1. fipe<trtuu, Infru-red. 2. Ciwctrutu unnlysls-1tiLl. t. LIJci.-<. _, Urner, 1[N):r joint autl:or. tr. Gore, Robert Cuuuulus, 1!Ki7- joint author. In. Williams, Vaw Zandt, joint autlwr. iv. Title. QCI57.1i*~;.; 535.81 44---1:7.1 ~ Library of Congress _ 153021 U n n o n ~? 1 8 ?. 1 r
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50333 8123 RA 576 An ` ' 1<.ieban, js", -it. eut. Anderson, David M. PURE AIR FOR PENNSYLVANIA, by David M. Anderson, Jan Lieben and Victor H. Sussman. November 1961 136 p. Pennsylvania Dept. of Health; and the U. S. Public Health Service. U:3 n n n n 2 1 83 1
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50333 8124 III Fi4 Lieberwan, A. 6Tt. Author) (1969) Fielter, H. A. 'lii:. AE::'.)SM;_'•3CC?E: AN I};S~i.%:~IE.Ri TO:' TiiI: Gvl;"ilit;, j",D SIZI:::, 0? F_C"'7`a0l. by M~ A. risaar, S. Katz, A.. Lieb~_c.~r~ nr~n i." ~d ti. E. A1e::ander Fr.oG. Ne*1. Iir Fo13.ution Sr:,,g., L03 1--3e1e,8 _~ 117-3.19 (1955) 0 -~__._-......,...._._..•._..--~--,. - U~ n n n n ;~, 1 8 :4 :~
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. " 50333 8128 . SMOKING HABITS--STU7ENTS/TOBAf,CO--SMOKItiC--PSYCllOLOGY /TOBACCO--S`?OKItIC--SL'ItVL-Y / 75 X Am RJF, CLASS NO. YA?ff'HLET 75 XAn American Cancer Society, New York, N. Y., U. S. THE TEENAGER LOOKS AT CICARI:TTL SMOKING. American Cancer Soc., New York, N. Y., 255 p. (Sept. 1969) (in English) LIEBERMAN RF.SP_ARCii INC. ~...,...a.< ....--.~-..~_,....~ 633 Third Avenue, New York, N. Y. Conducted for the American Cancer Society *1975, No. 4, W 1165* °d* Tobacco analysis (raedicine) : 0 3 0 ~ n o~! 8 3 h
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+ C 50333 8122 QP Uabsaq, Cj,rada,s edr 501 Pi•octo clv- ;;c or fit,s th:r8 Z-jfc~rn--tion.1 I Cozigro~r. of L-,c,c`:c'm;.s-lCry, 1Gow Toek, Aced;,aic 1~•a:~st 1~;6. 5,44 PPo 0 d~ ~ ~ n U> Ia :; 0
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. 50333 8119 ~~ 74 Bull. of Environ. Contamination & Toxicology 11(1) 18-19 (1974) 9 S.P. A/Possible Nitrogen Uxide=litrosamir.e-Cancer Link' , ' by C Da.•to H. Ft.t:, Flnooz FicFtc, and DaVYS 1aEa ~ ~~ IAe[ntn Eaertron C.oriopration, - iFti: althnmJlluEx.ll.l~1 JE'~ t ` (;SAaret. S. ErSTta. \ J/ t S h Al Jui l e/ ar c oo r i Ca~ Q eatern Hesrne L ni,erufy ~ t_ t Clec.lanA. UAio 14lm, ~ The United States Environmental Protectiori. Aqency (EPA) s has recently recommended (FEDERAL REGISTER. 1973) that the -_ ~ nitrogen dioxide (P30 ) emission standards be relaxed. The decision is based exclusively on the short term effects of the Chattanooga and other studies (PEARLMAN et al 1971) and does not consider the long term effects of NO (nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide) exposure. There is a qrowinq awareness that N-nitrosamines. for which NO is a precursor. are a major tlass of carcinogens that are liccely to be causally related to : human cancer (LI3INSKY AND EPSTEIN 1970). . From studies on tobacco smoke, nitrogen oxides are known to bb readily absorbed by the body during inhalation (SOKHOVEN 0 30 . 0 n..' cj 2 1 .8 2 7 .
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73 IX Sal .. TOEACCO--ADDITI%T.S--PYROLYSIS/• 50333 8109 . PJR CLASS NO. PA.`:PtiLET 73 IX Sal Sa~:aEani, H. (Japan Monot. Corp., Cent. Res. Inst., Yokohama, Jap.) THC LEl..1VIG:Z C~F Cii{yCYPF.:IZIC ACID A\D Gi,YCYRP.I:CTIt:IC ACID ADDED TO TOBACCO ON 5::0::I\C (Si:'i)I'r:S ON THE C0;•0'O::EaTS OF L.CORICE T.OOT USED FOP. TOBACCO FLAVO~RIi:G. PAF:T II ~' t' Nippon Nogei Kagaku Kaishi 47 (No. 10) 623-26 (1973) (in Japanese with English su*.=ary) ` *Keywords:* glycyrrhetinic acid, smoke, constituent; glycyrrhizic acid, tobacco, additive; glycyrrhetinic acid, tobacco, additive. t. . *1973, No. 24, W 10487* *d* Tobacco chemistr y _ y , ~-_-- ~ .; (~ n n' ~ J 1 $ ~ ~
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r ! .._...~__._.:.... • T 215 Li 1972 GREAT BRITAIti--PATENTS J Mainly on patents 50333 8130 The use of indrrstrial'jiroperty and its literature Edited by ,-FArtebCSity, •I3Sc., F•I•Inf.Sc., T'.I•L, A.L.A. 1~'CFORMATIO\ SOURCES PC)R RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENt A sei'le,c un der the General Editorship of R. T. Bottle. B.Sc., Ph.D., F.R•1.C.. M.LInf.Sc., and D. J. Foskett, M.A.. F.L.A. Connecticut USA Archon B ooks 03 cl n n 0 2 1 8 3 8 ,
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I. 50333 8114 • } 123 ~ L. IdddeU Donald 14iacy IS79- comp ; , , . F The metall3rsists and chemists' handbook; a reference bot . 1 of tables and data for the student and metallurgist, compilt ~ , by Donald Ni. Liddell ... 3d ed., rev. and enl. Nexy Yor tetc., McGraw-Hill book company, inc., 1930. v11, &17 p. lllus., dtagra. 1S°'. I L Metallurgy-Tables, calculations, etc. 34-9475.~ Lfbrary of Congress Tr671.1.5 1030 - Copy 2. ` ( _ .) Copyright A 27738 ja40f221 fr (1 n/i t1 1 1 b 7 7 u~.~._:..:. ~ w..~....._
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i 50333 0089 4,1, em.5oe. Vol. ZNmem ir;f9781 pp. 11134-119f 5-s 00 4 ~ S11O)1 S111AATA ~ VTII Me -80 . f I'lavonoid Compounds in~Licorico Root bleiji C.Ilae of !'harnraey, Nozawa 1-35-23, Selagaya-ku. Tokyo 134, Japan and TAMOTSU SAITOH Faculty of Ptoarmaccutical Scienoes, Teikyo University, Sagamiko. Knnagawa-Ken 199-01, Japan L lCORiCL' (liquorice), the root of various species of (:/j-ccrrhraa (Lcguminosac) having a aweet taste has long bccn cmpluyed as a flavouring and sweetening ugcnt as wcii as dcmuiccnt and exrcclora, it in wcstern countrics, while it bas bcen well known in oriental rncdicino siuce P= as a very importc+nt rx+nipoucnt r ins acting as antish:romolic nr.cnt, eahmnalive ruid umidntc. Iteccnaty, licorice has hr.cn rccognizcd nv un rinti-utccr and unti-in0urmn:itoiy ut,cnt. In 1946 l:cvcrar in Nethctlauds noted thrt mcJicinc coaisiaing of licorice 0.3 n n n 0 2 1 7 •9' R' J~ tentatively named rA4 100 Is effectivo to prcvent digest gastric ulcer by suhprec.ing the gastric cccaetion. chemical study showrd ttint tho FM-100 fraction Tongpei Licorice (Norlh•eastern Chincco licori, contains vouiouc flavonoid compounds. '1 hc Ph)-1 fraction is prepared from tho incthanolic cxtracts of lic rice on trcatuicnt with chloroforin an.l hcnzci:c loltow by ahnking with aq. Nn,CO„ nnd culumn chromnt wnrhy of thn acidic fractiun. Thc linvminid cnmroun or 1'M-100 fraction are mostly derivcd from tho out tis.tuo of licorice root. ~
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Distribution: limited 50 333 8132 COM.74/WS/18 Paris, 16 September T~'nFXTNr. ; pRSTPACTT*tr,--Airrn%jATIr/ Original : FnClish • T'dFnR*t4TIn*I STnRArF 4 QFTRTF.llAT. SYcTv7wS--r,nmPtrrrnT.pn/ VUNITED NATIONS EAUCATIONAL, SCIEh:`IFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION 1 'NeR1-7R 5.9. A STATE-OF-TIE-ART SURVEY 0i AUTOMATIC IADEXING by fibiiz Liebesay ~ .~ Cl () (1 &Sc2,FjI.1%f.&.()F.I.L.!. A.L.A. Parisl Unesco, 1974 1974 ' ------ I'
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50333 8125 ; 1 a t .1 La Lfob.rmrit, A. (Jt. Author) Lan~-.e: , G. A!:;Y,.:NL01'•S Efi1.-.VIGR 0:' !'.1:FO;GL j'fG)UjuC.O ',i GtQ I4OVO(1ISf'E'n.`:}: POLYt:TY?-aacb "LaTi'.1., by C. Langer and !.. LicArwir. Josr. Col'oi•= Scic^ce 1!5 357-:60 (1960) -- c w7 4, ll n o 2 1 i, •' .l
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50333 8121 Lieb, H. Prr:pFretive Mikrolethcden in der cr 6aniEcY.en Cnemie, v.1,Y Hecht, Friedrich, ed. Handbuch der mikrochcmischen Dfethoden; hrsc-. roi Friedricb Hecht und Diichael K'Lacherl. `'i ien, Springer 1954- T. tn tlIoa 25 crn. Jnclades btbliographlea. Qorrxx'ra.-Bd. i. T. L Yr3parattve DilAromethodcn 1n der organi schen Cbemle, .on Ii. Lleb und W. Schanlger. liiluroaL-opiscbt ldethoden,.on L. Kotler nnd A. Kotler. Q11207.H4 ( H.,190:r- Jolnt ed. L Microscope and microecopy-Technique. r. Zacherl, Micbae Library of Congress 121 . .-----.+------,.._-~ r a 3 tl 0 n(~ ~ 1 8 2 9 . .
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0 S x 9 1 4 U u U uF (OLSt) 6L7-i~Lh (£ 'ON) 9£ 'U'J:lU 'trydo 'qad ~S~lr~~at 2PI (M `J:1Vv: 3 t^,1.7?rw;)YJ tn--m;as •4yo-;:.aq<1t•Y tt•iI X tLE LZIA EEEOS
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The Polytechnic of North London School of Librarianship July 1973 TfIE SCIE2iTIFIC A21D TECHNICO.L Il1FORMATIO~:1 CONTAINED IN '~T SPECIFICATIONS - T'FIE• EXTE!1?' AND TIl~ FA~'~~D~RS OF ITS PUt1LICATIOt4 IN OTHER FOftJiiS OF LITERATURE A report by , ~ Lieboany, J W Hevitt, P S Hunter and li Hannah ,• . 0 /
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50333 8137 CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL AND THEORETICAL/CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--PHYSICAL/ CYCLOPROPANE/CYCLOBUTANE/HYDROCARBONS, POLYCLCLIC/ QD 476 Cr 1978 This is Volume 38 of ORGANIC CHEMISTRY A series of monographs Strained Editor: HARRY H. WASSERMA Organic Molecules Arthur Greenberg Department of Chemical Engincering and Chemistry New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, New Jersey Joei F:' Liebman, ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1978 A Subsidiary of li:rrcuurt Rr:rcc Juvanos ioh. I'uhli.hrrs 03 0 0 n 0 2 1 8 4' 5 *
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a 50333 8135 .. • RJR CLASS V0. PAMPHLET 74 X Se Seiler, M. ; .3.3ebling, B. A. (Columbia Univ., Teachers Coll., New York, N. Y., U. S.) SELF-Aj:r1P.ENESS AND CIGAP.STTE-S2•:OKING BEHAVIOR. Proceedings, Amer. Psycho. Assoc., Ahnual Convention, 81st, Kontreal, Can. 8, 331-32 (1973) (in English) *1974, No. 17, W 7071* *d* Tobacco medicine: paper, •--- "'!-
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50333 81u1 TS 2240 CIGARETTE UND FILTER. EIN MITTEL ZU T BESONDEREM RAUCHGENUB. (Cigarette and Filter. A means for. specially good smoking.) Tabakzlitung MONOGRAPHIE DES TABAKS. 2. Almanach Die Tabakzeitung. (Tobacco monograph.) 1957-61 512 p. 1957 Tabakzeitung Mainz, Germany A semi-popular collection of articles on tobacco economics, manufacturing, etc. (In German with English summaries.) 0 3 n n n n 2 1 8 a 9
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50333 8138 ~- Lirbc+w, Averi 11 A. (Jt. author) 4m.elich, John T. CELLS Ok' 11l.LiSL'?i7T2i7t TY:'B 7`i LCS At:D 'iti~ZR ':::IK4;TC;i 70 ~a:c 0: I~IN C? .:'.-''~i1 CARCIt.OID by Joha T. G»alic.b, F-.~-sa G. Bc3ssch, aao Averill A. Vebow Lab. Iuvest. 17 (No. 1) 88-98 (Julx 1967) , 0 :; f1 () i1 n 2 1 8 4 6
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~+s+~~ ~~•i....:._..•-......:.~::.rrsr..~..~:...+~.....a::....,..:~x..-.:.._._ ~ . . , . . - 50333 81 4 • - 3 t.74 3{. Lil -TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCH4LpGY/. • ; . RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 X Lil tl.ieb1ins„-8. •A; Seiler, M. ; Shaver, P. (Columbia Univ., Teachers Coll., New York, N. Y., U. S.) SELF-AWARENESS AND CIGARETTE-SMOKING BEHAVIOR. Jour. Exp. Soc. Psychol. 10, 325-32 (1974) (in English) 1 *1974, No. 17, W 7181* *d* Tobacco medicine: •'- ~~.~-.-..-..-. . .. . 0~ n nn• ,
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s/ y XX MeF-F-QPl-74 TDDL Cbse-Up of C!ow-~s s HiSTORY AND PROGRESS BY ALFRED LIEF . GLASS CONTAINER MANUFACTURERS INSTITUTE 99 PARK AVENUE • NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10016
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COMPUTERS/ 50333 8146 QA The 76 BaS I C Li 1978 Handbook An Encyclopedia otthe BASIC Computer Languag by COMPUSOFT PUBLISHING A Division acomps^ ft. David A. Lien P.O. Box 19669 0 San Diego, CalHwnia 92119 U.S.A.
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50333 8110 I MeJiCOICE ~RROOT CERIIVTIVES AS*P' FOR USE 10 COS METIC PROQUCTS BY MARVIN K. COOK, CONSULTING CHEMIST 1992 WINDSOR STREET. WESTBURY. N. Y. Surprisingly little has been written about the practical utilization of licorice root and its princi- pal derivatives, glycyrrhetinic acid and ammoni- um glycyrrhizinate, in cosmetics. The bulk of the tarlier investigatory work on these products in the 1950's was centered on dermatological prepa- rations, particularly with regard to the applica- tion of glycyrrhetinic acid as a non-steroid hydro- cortisone substitute. This was evinced b~' the ~udi~ onA~tsqt~,' @priady~,= ~est,~''i and ot~' trs. r time, a British patent-, was issued to the Biorex Laboratories which covered topical use of glycyrrhetinic acid as an anti-inflammatory agent. Work was continued during 1960 by Gijon, who made a comparative study of glycyrrhetinic acid and eortisone.• That same year Kraus pub- lished an interesting paper (in the Journal of Pharmacy and Phannacology) in which be de- tailed the anti-estrogenic and anti-inflammatory action of glycyrrhetinic acid." Subsequent'.v. i~.
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50333 8139 ~ RC ~ 280 Liebow, Averill A., ed. ~ l.i 2c The Lung, by 25 authors. Edited hy Arorill A. Liebow and . David E. Smith. Baltimore, Willicros & Wilkins, 1908. zri, 400 p. lllus., port. 26 cm. (International Academy of Yatbology. Monographs 1n patLology, no. 8) e ! Ezpannlona of preeentatlons given at the annual meeting of the International Academy of Pathology held in Clereland, biar. 1VA Includes btbLograpbiea. 1. Lunga-Addre"ee. eaaays, leetureas. 2. Lunga-Diseasrti--Ad- dresRee, esaaya, lectures. i. Ltebow, AverlU A., edL it. Smith, ed. (Serlea) David E 1 ., 6162'4 67-19520 RC75G.L8 ! C ~ ~ Library of Congress ,S1 o :i tl ~ n C~ 2 1 K 4 7
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50333 8145 73 XII Li• NICOTINF.--CHEMISTRY/ Gt bli, RJR CL~.SS \0. PA?PiiLET 73 XII Li Liehr, .L.-•G: ; Schulze, P. ; P.ichter, W. J. (Organisch-C ;em. Inst. Tect:::isc.hen Iloctischule, Munich, Ger. ; Varian '!.'.T Bremen, Ger.; Ciba-Ceigy AG., Base1, Switz.) CYCLIS:ITIOV P::.?CTIO:JS DURI:;G ELECTRON I`.TACT INDUCED FRAG'-iE::TATIOa OF NICOTINE. *(Y.ingschlussrea'.ctionen in der E1e::trcnenstoss-Induzierten Frarmentierun ; d^.. I:icotius.) ` ' Org. *isss. Spectron. 7(::o. 1) 45-5]. (1973) (in Gernan -with ::::;;1ish abstract) C U 3 ~ n n n 2 I
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f 50333 8142 Tor ACCO--SMOca:-CARP,Oti 2•1~~`. I D.: / ,.r,,r.., ,.., ...,_•..~-,,.._rr., - _ _.. ~ «.~..r.. ... r .. .. .- - ~ • -- . ... ..' > . . . - 75 X Ha To1cnCCO--SMO,;li\G--PASSIVE/CARBO\ ~zr' '~ L, l:at} ivU: ! t; ~t''iIL1:T x 111 t Harke, H. P. ; Liedl, ld.; llen'..er, D. • ("r'orschunt;sinstitut CiEaretteni.n^ustrie,n^ustrie, HamburE, Ger.; Fc,.schut:Esir::tit~~t .y,Yaftfahrwesen Fahrzeugrtotoren Univ, Stuttgart, Cn_r. ) 1'i{Y f'P.OiiLEM-OF PASSIVE Si•IOF;II2G. lI. INVESTIGATIONS OF CO LEVEL Iti T:,E n.,:0::0BILE AITER CIGARETTE SMOKIt.G. *(?.um Problem des Passivrauchens. II. Untersuchungen uber den }:ohlen- monoxidgehalt der Luft in Kraftfahrzeug durch das Rauclien von Zigaretten.)* Int. Arch. Arbeitsme:d. 33, 207-220 (1974) (in German with LnE].i..h *Keywords:* carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent. *1975, 110. 1, W 43* *d* Tcbacco iaedicine: -.... J.rA-...vr+.~ ~ ....~..~r..._.,...........-./+a-~..•L-vVai....~.~YA~.~ ..(L...ls.r.a..'ti..-.. ....-,G.- ~........i._-.._ .. 0 3 n 0 n n2 1 8 9 0
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r TSI1SS[Ct~~+SFrTS--T)TSS; I;•i"?I(`.?:S sr_n 50333 8148 •• PTqSERTAT70NS--UNIVERSITY OF MASStiCl1UC•r,TiS/ ~ . • . Aniino acids--degrad3tion/ Anino acids--chemistry/ /Amino acids--chrornatopraPhy/Amino acids--synthesis/Peptides/ /Proteins/Lipids/Imines/ PYROLYSIS/ QD 431 Li 1972. 4- TNERMAL DECOMPOSITIO`J OF SOF'.F: AliINO A^•IDS AND TiIEIR It:TERACTION tiITFi A SIMPLE TRIGLYCERIDE Il dissertation presented . by •YAO-Ctt I LI E.'N Submitted to the Graduate School of the University of Massachusetts in : partial fulfillr•,ent of the rcquircc:cnts for the degrec of' DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY hgril 1972 Food Scicncc and Technology Q*~ ~ f1 n n 2 1 8 9 6
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50333 atua 73 III Bu2 i :`. (1973) RI.CL'i--.1 L Ewc1. Trav. Chim. P3ys-;.as 92(1) 123-6(1r:73) tNFRARLD SPECTROMI:•E•ItY ' OF 1'L'RAzEjN.ES (Short Commu.r.icatioa) I I BY - J. BUS, 'M:J-. '-+L1EFKENSfr..nd \'V. SCHWAIOER (Unilevcr Rcsearch, Vlaardingcn, The Netherlands) 123 Very few correlations between the infrared (IR) spectra and structure of substituted pyrazines have been published, although pyrazine it self has been extensively studied' •Z•3. The few investigations of IR-spectra of substituted pyrazines are concerned with a comparison between these compounds and their N-oxidesd•S, a comparison of pyrazinecarboxylic acid and pyridinecarboxylic acids' and with studies of p}•razinec:.rLo- xanlide'•8. Other spe:,tra recorded by researchers working in the flavour fieldy•10 and those originating from commercially availab;e IR-spectra ,1'. e :: .s~ ~ ~: 1..n.T) •.1, ,n. .S ,:~e: ( :- -i... : . ~ S r.n ' r; r ~.L., . ,,-.ctr~ -Co L :;c ! .• ~c!,, -. :\,c ,oc .°, 11 - l, ~ .>. •.~~-~i , s ~ u»r• t ' 0:~ t~ 0 n 0 2 1 8 9 2
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50333 8158 It:Tf:01IUCTION OP A YTT, f'R0i)?+;,1 ...A S':UL:.' Ur 20 pagas Li f r ta-w York I 0:3 tl 0(1 [j a 1 8 6 6
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T-- t4A 901 Li 50333 8152 LispMnn, H. W. ELfiMP.NT$ OF GNStiY1iAl1ICS, by H. W, t.ietatann, Arw A. Aoshlw fa 1 ci{ qCUro*-qut tCAI SeV'i es) 1957 43~ Zccui 4.'il©y suC Sezs. Inc. z~sw 0
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50333 8156 II Me10 1968 LtlW4, ftu1 DU L_4Y].N EN IIYP:: ;SE LX Pin. i trr:r,•L' :L. ~ (Thn Flr.etreenacghslcgreat of the Fcchbit L•cwer F-xpe_Sy_ente;l H;1pnosla) ! cf-a Eslg. E?, 638-6G2 (.71-o'v, 1.964)--Zn Frcuch with EuSlieh 5~--mary 0 ..-_..--..-.....-_~w 03 n ~ n c> 2 1 r3 6 4
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r. r- I Po2 Lif , Pclits " ` 1 SSb 8'. ~l flY. 2;h4 z.i4 p. 0 3~ i~6 9 U 50333 8161
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50333 8129 76 V Ma rhufi. sned QCscfir. 19?6 701-108 eorg wme VerUg, Sturtgart ~ Nt. sf. 30. April 1976. 101. Jg. Mathite u. a.: Ces~macksw•ahrnehmung fur SuGungsmincl von Fea,ribi, en Untcrschicdliche Geschmacksbewertung von Suf3ungs- nlitteln durch norm- und ubergewichtige Probanden A. Mathicu,w. Licbermcister, P. Orlik und M. W. Wagner E.angdisches Flie.lnet•Krankenhaus Neunkirchen/Saar und Psycftologisches Institut der Universitat dcs S3arhndes U/n ifferencec in taste assessment of ,A"t1U"by normal and over- wciglu persons Das Geschmacksemhfinden von 20 adiposen und 20 normalgewichtigen stationaren Patienten wurde anhand .vaCsriger Losungen von Saccharosc und drei synthetischen Sufsungsmittcin getestet. Die Probanden muf3ten von jeder Losung zehn verschiedene Geschmacksqualitzten bc%verten. fanden sich zum Teil hochsignifikante Unterschiede in der ` .+ t l 0 3 n 0 n n 2 1 H 3 7 I-- L........Anrc Taste assessntcnt was tested in 20 obese and 20 normal•«•ciFht in-patients using ss•atcry solutions of saccharose and three synthctic swectcncrs. Each ratient %%as asked to assess tcn differcnt taste qualities of each solution on a point scale. 7 hcrc s% ere highly signiticant differences bcn•:ccn the tv.o groups of suhjects. l F.e difference was cspccially tnarked for the eatcFo:ics -syntnet:c- {i T ASTE--TESTIhG/ ~.• ~.
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50333 8155 QA L Lieser, Theodor. Kurzes Lehrbuch der Cellulosechemie. Berlin-Nikolas"wee, Gebr. IIorntraeger,1953. 288 p. lllus. 23 cm. 1. Cellulose. i. Title. QD321.L72 0- 53-22351 j Ltbrery of Congress t!l U;~.n o n n ~ t~~;~
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133 5M"1.2 Lio- \ It~ F-D~3f~y -7~ Ih .,AcLUancao c:, C1t"»tialbmph~.: n16) A;l.ilysls of the Flavor of Ru.n Diy G.1s--1-.I Iu1d ~~c.cr.o~crly ~ Chroni:;rog:-aphy and Mass -,erC ~JK ~.~ ~,% r cyH.M.L,lE6ICHO,ir.A.KO".?.IG,cndE.B;.YER, . Cc:c.-n4chcs l :stim, U,ivcrsitct ?i;binscn, Gcrracny ; The volotilc flevor components of o Jomaicc run It was cna:yzed dircctly t.•y GC-1:S u.-ic` ;:r. Li;3 S:,CC' hove bccri cr:aly:cd Sy gas-liyuid chromctograF.hy ond '.nstrunent (colunn: 6 r..etc; ~; cr.. co;,cc:. ( noss spect:c-etry. 7echniques opplic. to prepo:e packed with 20''o ct'.:yic^e (c} scnples for enaiysis were: condrnsotion of head socce on diaiooaaceous eaah, 60-70 ve?or, extrcc:io^ ei run with n-?entane.e^d a mix:ure Prc-paralton o! ll:n•or ex!r:ic:s (R): of n-pcntcnc ct'-.ar (1:2;, pr:porctiva frcctionctiols on (a) ;0 1 of Jonnica r~-. Wc:c .`c: sc;• ?actfed .OIuLlni, cnd isolatlo9 of ccids, E+hCnols, e:51 days with U:Cd:St:iiCC ..-PC.^.tor:c: 1: .. .......::~{ G~ IoctD nes c... Z:ses from the n•pcntar:C Cxtract. A?proX• fiO?:f1Cd I1utSchc:-S:cCeCI imerely 200 cor..a enents we:o identified end clcssific•d rer.ioved by earef::: distillation ,:: into esters, oci;'s, olcor:ols, ;.ecnols, loctones, ecr• tiuo;:g!r a Vigre;::c column until a:esiCL:e ot pyrozine deri.•ctives, er.d ml w:,s lef-, correspondila to 0.2i of t; e r. Q~ ~ n n tl ~ 1. 8 4. 1 < <.
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50333 8162 QD 245 F FORTSCHRITTE DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER NATURSTOFFE; EINE SAMIYQ.UNG VON ZUSAMMENFASSENDEN BERICHTEN, UNTER MITWIRKUNG von A. Butenandt...F.Kogl... W. N. Haworth...und E. Spath..hrsg. von L. Zechmeister...Wien, Verlag von Julius Springer, 1938- v. illus., diagrs. 24 cm. 03 o 0 n o z I K 7 0
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50333 8160 f' We (Biology) MuyYEY, A. J. tOM MKAoDE'S CONrRIBUt1L'N 'fi $TOGOGY, by A. J. Kluyver Ana1 C• B. Van Niel, ~ ,. _... ,. 1*rvprd Univvsi ty Arass, (lwtbriage, MASS . 0 U 3 t~ 0 n [) ~ t~ b~
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50333 8163 Ix Co2 Life cigarettes. Consumer Reports. CIGARETTES- TESTS FOR NICOTINE AND TAR IN THE SMOKES OF 33 AMERICAN BRANDS. Photostat from: Consumer Reports 22 (No. 3) 100-10 (March, 1957); 23 (No. 1) 24-25 (Jan- uary, 1958); 23 (No. 3) 126-27 (March, 1958); 23 (No. 4) 224-25 (April, 1958); 20 (No. 2) 56-60 (February 1955); 20 (No. 2) 61-66•: (February 1955); 20 (No. 2) 67-73 (February, 1955); 25 (No. 1) 12-21 (January 1960) 0 3 0 0 n n2 1 8 7 1
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ir TP 370 Li /1•1.L os ~~ ~ Li ee%ftr S in ~ C~ a r~ 50333 8150 r I _., • •V tW fOcILt C^NSTYi?-=ILS 0:' FL'-:I' SCi:iaCC L•'.:.,a TCCtl:1GZoSS', o, 66ri6c. Oi 1Aii:ogrE:Fh5 Tio. aj 3.969 50D Twzt!r- Acadssic Press N:-,+ York 0
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50333 8166 POPULATION/LIFE EXPECTANCY/BIRTHRATE--WORLD/ 81 I Un4 U. S. News & World Report WORLD HEAD COUNT: 4.5 BILLION AND CLIMBING. U. S. News & World Rept. 1981, 54-55 (July 27, 1981) a:i0 0 n o 2 ~ 874
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F` I 50333 8167 I A LIFE HAZARD ... INADEQUATE VENTS ON NaA FLAA4MABLE LIQUID TANKS National Fire Protection Association A LIFE HAZARD...INADEQUATE VENTS ON FLAMMABLE LIQUID TANKS, by Miles E. Woodworth. 1960 llp. Boston
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50333 8140 ALCOiI(1LISM/SYOiCING NAPITS/TORACCO--S?!OP.INC--PSYC110LOGY/ 77 X Gr1 RJR CLASS NO. PAPiP111,ET 77 X Grl Griffiths, R. R.; Bigelow, G. E.; Liebson, I. (Johns.Hopkins Univ. Sch. I•ied.; Baltimore City Hosp., Baltinore, Md. U. S.) , FACILITATION OF 11UMN TOBACCO SELF-ADIMINISTRATI0:1 BY ETIM.VOL: A BE11AV IORAL ANALY S I S. Jour. Exv. Anal.. Behavior'25_(No. 3)_279-92-(1976) (in rnBlish) 1hc c(irct of t•Ilhattul un Ihc ci-atcttc .mukiitG ut alrr~holic >ubjrcts was anclicd in af ± tc•cirlenti.rl Ialrrnatotc. lltning rlaitl• C In• x•ciun:, ci,r,atc•t1c% t.'crt• oLtainrd c•itltcr 1L. tcyucuf ~ to the tratrt .IaR or !tv ul,ctatiott nf a lc%cr (lixcrl-tatio 'r ur 10). ln a nti~cd srclucntc actns f: 1 d:rlx, y..iunc insnhcd inrc.Iintt of tithct rchi+lc (nrangc juicc) : 1onc nr ccl:icl:c p1u,I ~ cthano) (133.7 g). nutinb t•Ihatwl sca,inn,, ttrr tatc of ti arcltr's:nnl.ing inrcce ud ttom} 26", to 117",' , of %chiclc lctc•Ic. A >cricc af contcol stuclics clitninatccl a tn::nlrcr of lic,ccntiai ~ - lit•h-miorai tctcclr,ciii.uts for the obwttc•cl clTcct and indiratc•d Ihat thc cth::no1-inc!ucr~i inctt•arc in cig:urilc .mokinti octunccl tmdcr a1.arirty of c>:Pc:imcutal routlitiunc: (1)l wht•n snicl.iug cuulrl nnt utcur cntututcntly with ctLanol or %chiclc cousutnPtinn; (2) N:hcn } aubjccls. wt•tc lint alluwctt In socialiic; (3) uhcn in;;caiun n( cthannl or Nchiclc Ar.rc xhecl ufcd (or a ttuml>t•r of cctt.ccuticc tla.,; (1) wluct saticatc cloccs of ctha:,ot a•crc acl:ni:ti~tctccl ~ ( unrlct 61ind cotulitions. In cnnttul cxpctitnrruc, t+•cighitis un%nwkc,l tnhacco an4 <r untino ~ thc Itt+ml>cr of ptulfs pcr ti;;arcitc indicalcd tttc c!!crt c.ac nnt dv.c to .:nnl iuo Ias of c.uh, ~ ttgatrttr. Thr tRcet %Vac not limitcrl to the cxpcritucntal sc'>inns alune, sin.c tot;.l cl.,ily ~` - 1%makilig c.•ac hi hcr rn cth:mol ttctcs than suhich_ rta.s. r' 0 3 ~ 0 n~ 2 1 8 4 R
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50333 9173 REF T University Microfilms International 688 LIFE INSURANCE INDEX. Un 1980 0~ ~ 0 n n 2 1 8 R 1
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50333 8153 ~--------~---.`.___~_ .__------- -------~-. II eLier, W•. jt• author Jal s~::L: Yc ~~~ r•LT ;--Sr iV n~~'^ .1 `2~~. ~.by tV& Z'I E r-~~,r . ~ Gafiytj` ~~•Q'1: eet _o ..c`!~ t[:z.S i 0
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80 II P0 S.P. 1G1;/7 ~ i ~G 50333 8147 ~6KrG '1 Physical Properties of Popcorn > > >a ~~ G. Aaugh;lt. M. Lien, R. E. Hanes, R. B. Ashman MEMBER MEMBER AFFI W ATE ASAE ASAE ASAE Q UALITY of popcorn provided to TABLE 1. HYBRIDS STUDIED. the consumer in the United States Mhlte kernel 1.arRe pellow kernel Small yellou kernel has been maintained at a high level over recent years. In fact, attempts are constantly being made to improve the throu h many means. This quality g quality level is being maintained through efforts of processors and researchers. The processors carry a 111 Purdue 305 Purdue 410 loPnp 12 A+aes 22W Robust 41-10 Purdue 216A lopop 7 Purdue 63457 RB 66F14 Ames 332 Ames 328 RB 66F17 great deal of the responsibility for this Moisture content is known to affect volume of representative because there are presently no federal the expansion volume of popcorn. hybrids. Additionally, it w standards for grading popcorn so they Bemis (1959) and Huelson (1960) that the physical chara must set their own standards. reported that the optimum moisture quantified while conducting Wholesomeness is one important content for maximum expansion would have other applicatic quality factor desired and demanded volume was 13.0 percent and 12.5 design of popcorn proces f s.~o r~ ~»ce~tiorljbut8peEs;en respectivejy. El~redee._atl~ h~linp Pt,nrprnrnt~ • y t- ~
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r 50333 8171 Life in's-tu•:.•nm--iacts an(-, LT~~ 3':S?'~-..At.G : rACT :;c';O.Y 3.?6 T, , Xa:''idv'.i:: of Life It`.r°~s':;;r_c3 Zi@N U 3 cl 0 n0 > I u 7 9 lae-.,;~
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50333 8172 (,9--'fU Ins`itttto o:' L.°~'o Iristrrnn;* LXFE TIiSfXIh.~CI: FACr y.^.uiD 1956 ' Cr I- J o 193 8 126 po 1'rtotitu•La of Lif'© Zv.clwano;; ?+cb Foz•k 0 U a cl nn fi 2! 8 R(l
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50333 8149 vI 1l L' ~`" 7~ S~ CHAPTL• R 33 • • foc " Toxic Factors in Protein Foods ~ Gvr+'1?~17~~. tizvi,z tT.ir\•Lit . Dlivcr.riy of Ahll11t10Illr USA I.Introduction . . . . . . . 481 Il. 1:atutally Occuctinr Toxicants in Plants . . . . 4E3 111. Natur-Ay OccucrinZ Tosicants in Animals . , . . 495 IV. Artvcntitious Toxic Factors . . . . . . . 4% V. Conclusions . . . . . . . . . 498 T.eferenccs . . . . . . . . . • 4919 I. INTRODUCTION One of the most drzrnatic and ccnainly controversial devclopmcnts in thc food industry ltzs Lcrn thc usc ui cLemical acjditivcs for imhrovin,, the functional propcrtic•s, nutritional valuc, and shclf-life of foud products. Thc introduction of thcse forci?,n chemicals ir.ro our food is undcr close sun•cilhr.cc by al.hropriate govcrnrrtcnt at;cncics s•1,o arc charc;etl with
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50333 8169 ,LIFE HISTORY OF WINTIiEMIA MANDUCA . (DIPTERA: TACHINIDAE), A PARASITE OF " THE TOBACCO HORWORM DeLoach, C. J. i.IFF: iiIS1'C:.Y OF !dX;.T}IF.NIA MA2:DUCA (DIPl'Et~.A: TA^v1llt,f JAh) , A PAR.`iSI1E OF NKI'! TI")//\.':(% Stnn\1~41~\I L.. /'+ f n-T - ..\, ila{I •va~1V4IV 11Va\al.\~/.\. uGLV~1'w/t and R. L. Kai)b C. Stv~e i;~siticrslty, T:.La z~o Relsr..~nt Scrica No. 31Z0) fln.^,. E"tc:klI. S4:.. kaei.,'.r-~ (;1o. 2) 399--LC9 (:,Ear. 1972) ~~ C~ 3 cl n n 7 7
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7=, 1I_T AND 50333 8168 . . . ~.. `.._.~,,,,..~..--. . ._ q,r,.0-^. w•_-•..s-.c~-.~-. -•-.. r e.T.,.-r. ~..._. .. .....-. _ ....7~-. . ..•. .....~ . ~ . . . . . - • . h.IR CU..SS NO. I'.ti r~!'aILET 74 YI: ii::~ Mc:':ei1, J. a. ; I;ahb, R. L. (N. C. State t;::iv. , Dep. F:nto:;o1. , Raleigh, :7. C. , U. S.) LIFt E1?STOitlCj A.`::) S= .SO':: L P,IOLCGY OF FOUR 1(YFE•^.F'.1?i.SIT: S 0.'' ia:L• TGS,"CCO S'.:}:A'A (LEiIDO?T=.^..'1: ::. C. State Univ.,;'cbacco ?:eprint Scries No. 419, ]973) Can.* Entomoloi;. 105 (::o. 8) 1041-53 (Auo. 1973) (in Enolish) *1974, No. 6, W 1955* *d* Tobacco agriculture: .» ~. ..~...~-~.~L.t,~ ..s. - . . ......--.. . ----. .... . ... ~+i. r.~ ~.i~. ...rLd..aJ.,! ...~.~..:.i~~_..u..~ f .~.1 .u ~.,..t,..J:<.•r.~... ..i-. ....i ..... ur...~... . c):;ti0 n u :P. 1 876
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50333 8178 ARCIIER FIRST EDITION j . f I SAFF.TY CODES/ FTRF. SAFF.TY/ . LIFE SAFETY CODE HANDBOOK Based on the 1976 Edition of the Life Safety Code wwwv Boston, Massachusetts Edited by John A. Sharry 50 National Fire Protection Association a:~ ~ n n n' 2' 1 8A 6
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~ ._...r._.~_:.._ ~ 50333 8175 QR 541 Ni 1966 PDDL I i - U.S. NATIONAL PARKS/ANIMALS--ECOLOGY/ ECOLOGY/BOTANY--ECOLOGY/ BIOLOGY/ - OUR LIVING WORLD OF NATURE . I- Z~he Life of the Allvas:rh _ THE N+GRTH AMERICAN WETLANDS WIL$L~IAM A. NIERING _ Published in cooperation with The World Book Lucyclopedia McGrato-NiU Book Company NEW YORK TORONTO LONDON Deceloped jointly u: ith The SVqrld Book Encyclopedia Produced with the cooperation of The United States Department of the Interior
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50333 6181 DI CTIQNARIES--BI OLOGY /DICTIOPIAP.T RS--1iI OCIIEMI STRY ~ DICTIONAF.IES--BOTANY/nICTIONARTES--7.OOLOGY/ - DICTIONARIES--PITYSIOLOCY/ DICTIONARIF.S--SCIENCF.S/ , REF Q 1z3ma 1976 A ICTIONARY OF IFE SCIENCES Edited by P1CA PRESS: NEW YORK 0 A . E. A. MARTIN, MA 0 3 cl 0 n [I ?. .I 8~9 4
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50333 8136 _- ~: TOBACCO--SMOKING--DRINE PH/STRESS/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSTCAOLOGY/ •" IIIC(YPIP1E--lETABOLISM-NUHAN BODY/SMOKING HABITS--STUDENTS/ ~ 77 >< Sc ~ ~ ~.1R CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 1 Se3. " . /3 Scr, haehter, S.:,Silverstein, B.j.Rozlowski, L. T.;-Pcrlick, D.;•Hermaa, ~ c. r.:.Lietilinc, a. jColumbia Univ., New York, N. T., U. S.) VSTUDIES OF TIIE INTERACTIOY OF PSYC110LOGICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL ~ ~ DETERKINANTS OF SMOKING. ~ t Jour. Exp. Psychol. 106 (no. 1) 3-4 (1977) (in EnClish) ~ ( ___ Study. founded by Phi`lipi•Tlorris. J~ 1t~ ae-», av-3o~ 31-+w Schachter, S. (Columbia Univ., New York, N. Y., U. S.) STUDIES OF THE INIERACTION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHARHACOLOGICAI. DETERMINANTS OF SMOKING. I.;NICOTINE REGULATION IN IIEAVY AND LIGHT S'10KERS. Schachter, S.; Kozlowski, L. T.; Silverstein, B. " STUDIES OF THE 1NTERACTI0:7 OF PSYCIlOLOCICAL A VD PIIAP ILICOLOGICAL " ~ ~ . DETERI4NAATS OF SMOKING. II.: EFFECTS OF URINARY pH 0?i CIGARETTE S:10KIYG. Silverstcin, B.; Kozlowski, L. T.; Schachter, S. (Colunbia Univ., licw York, N. Y., U. S.) ~ ~ STUDIES OF THE INTERACTION OF PSCYHOLOGICAL AND PHARILACOLOGICAL -•DETERMINANTS OF SMOKING. 1116 SOCIAL L1FE, CIGARETTE SMOl:I27G, AND URINARY PH. senacntcr, S.; Silvcrstoin, B.; Kozlowski, L. T.; Hcraan, C. P.; I.ieblin5, a. ~ STUDIES OF' THE INTERACTION OF PSYCIIOiACICAL AND PIIAR:IACOLOGICAL DETER.`iIN- TS OF SMOKING. IVo• EFFECTS OF STftESS Oa CIGARETTE SMOKING AND URINARY PH. I Schachter, S.; Silverstein, B.; Perliek, D. • (Columbia Univ., New York, N. Y., U. S.) STUDIES OF THE INTER.ICTION OF PSYCIIOLOGICAL A21D PHARMACOLOGICAL DETERNINANTS OF SHOKING. V.;PSYCl1OLOGICAL AND P11AR14ACOLOGICAL EXPLANATIONS OF SNDKING UNDER STRESS. ~ 3 n ~ n o 2 1 8 4 4 ldo~
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50333 8180 TP A.ife Sciesce Library 6 ~ 370 Se Sobrill, k'i11i.am H. , Jr. F-'aOJ 14N0 ::Ui R:T.0N (Life Sciczcc Lib:--:~y) , by Wil?.tc:r: H. S-.tbz•:11., Jr., and Jg:ae„ J. Haggerr.y 1967 200 Fsges Tim3, Znc:. Ne-.: York 0 o:i
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0 •X •~ psgog a~naxa~csoa ~J~x~snp~ '~.~oT'3~ •dd SL~ S01ST ~ (•pa) •3 iwpurj prx~ pae,~ 3~ttatiaac~t~~ 1~sf~:~~;~Y Y'stza :~~~ •aaTSvSny,i v3T't .. bLlB EEEOS .w_ I .~ ~a :
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. 50333 6154 ~f7?~!_ Li ~w r ~j97e , I -:CyQ~t~.caJ ~ , "° .{ ~,11 PHnSP1lOr,US/PT.AT:TS--CIIF."tT(:AT. A'TAT,YSTS/ TitACT: F.Lta*TFNTS--AIIALYSI£/A1?t0RIA/PnTASSItTMf--DF.TER1t : CALrTLTt'--D.rT1in'tTF.I!TTn'1 /*tAG"ESI1Tl'--T1T'TrRPtINATTO`?/ DIGESTION PROCEDURES FOR SIMULTANEOUS AUTOMATED DETERMINATION OF Nil,,, P, K, CA AND MG IN PLANT MATERIAL WM. VAN LIEROP Ministry oJAgric•cclturr. Science Complex. Ste. foY. Quc•bec•. Quebec Agric•crlhcral Rrsrnrch Counci/ contribution no. 193. rrceit•rd 2July /975. urc•rpre•d I4June /976. VAN Ltttcor, Wm. 1976. Digestion procedures for simultaneous automated determination of NH,. P. K. Ca and Mg in plant material. Can. J. Soil Sci. 56: 425-432. .. . The efficacy of several digestion procedures for mineralizing organic matter from plant tissue was compared, and a rapid and precise method suitable for automated determination of NH,. P. K. Ca and Mg in a single digest Has selected. A wet-digestion technique using hydrogen peroxide and perchloric acid as oxidative agents in a sulphuric acid medium was deemed the most advantageous among the tested procedures. Appropriate manifolds were designed to determine the sou-ht ~ Dlant coDCtiturntc r.•cn r in h.• ~ c. {... _n......n.,eyl .... ........ ~.~ .. ~~_ _._... .. 0 3 nO n 0~ ~..- 11
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50333 8176 _..~+, . -_.. __... .. PG,Eg UDIv2ks3ty Ol y.1.jjr:i..-v tri:f 3 VaL,LaZ I U 3 n ~ c~ ~ 1 1 R P~!
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- ALCOHOLISM/DRUG ABUSE/DRUG ADDICTION/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ SMOKING HABITS--RELItiQUISiiING/OPIATES/BEHAVIORAL PHARMACOLOGY/ 50333 8183 DRUGS--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/NARCOTICS/ RM The Bases of Addiction 300 Berlin 1977, September 26 to 30 1978: Jack Fishman, Editor _L.ItTE S_CIENCES RESEAR H'REPORTS4edited by S. Bernhard/ ' Report of th~ahlem Wor.kshop on The Bases of Addiction i a . ; s Dahlem Konterenzen ~ ~~~~. A.w~lr.. . . .. . . . . . 0 U 3 ~ U n 0 2 1a 9 i
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f...._ - 0r 3 ilip Morris USA, New York, N. Y., U. S.) THE LIFE OF STAFF. Business Horiz, 21 (No. 3) 79-82 (1978) (in English) *Note affiliation* _ The staff of a)?y o?-ga??izatio?a usually works i?? v)rtual a?lU))ym- f ity, u??licraldcd and ofte?? feeling u)?npprPCinfed. The author lakr-s a' eloser look at "staff,"- Its respolls?L111t?es a??d its ??ceds.^~ 50333 8184 -78 '` ` ~~ ' . .' ' I MeA SP ~ .. RJR cl_ACS xn_ DL1tDNTrT 1 etoA-._7e . Hol _jU.e'rt, N. B. 0 2 1 8 9 ~
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i _ 50333 8188 i . .. 'T CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM--DISEASES/HYGIENE/LIFE STYLE/EXERCISE/ BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION/SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHING/STRESS/ TORACCO--SHOKING--PS8CH0LOGY/ RA 776 Fa 1978 . The American Way of Life Need Not Be Hazardous to Your Health JOHN W. FARQUHAR, M.D. w• H'• InoRTON .c Cc)JIrA\Y. I~cw' lixk ~ ~ ' 0 3 n 0 n n2 1 8 96
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50333 8164 80 II Ey-81 S.P. Psychqsomatic Med. 39(6) 431~'1 977 ) Life Event Questionnaires 413-- for Measuring Presumptive Stress I 0 3 MARDI HbRomTZ. ?1fD. CATiiERI.E SCNAEFER. BA. DON.-%[.n Hliccrro. PHD. NANCY %1'1L%ER. BA, AND B.iRBARA LEVIN. \1S1V Cumulative stress from the impact of life events has become an important variable in ps%chosomatic and psychological research. This article pro.•idft both short and long life events questionnaires that add to incidence information the remoteness or recency in time of a given experierwe. In the weight assignment system that leads to a single presumptive stress score. events remote in time ha.•e bss influence than recent events. The reliabi lin• of weight assig runent was checked in subject groups that differed by sex. age. and status. Women weighted life events u more stressful than did men: other differences in groups were less important. In spite of th_ sex differential. review of these data suggests use of the same weight assignments for all subgroups rather than differential weighting by sex and age. Reliability was also checked by test and retest methodsr in oontrect to common sense ezpectation. a disappointingly low level of reliability.cas found. The implications for investigative use of life events questionnaires are discussed. p n (1 2 1 8 7 ?.
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50333 8185 MEDICINE,PSYCHOMATIC/ . /STRESS/' '?SYCHOSomATIC 1'E.rICINF BEIiAVTORAL SCIEIvCF/MENTAL HYGIENE/DISEASES--CAt1SF.S AND THEORIES OF iAUSATI( RC 49 Cu 1974 LIFESTY~ESS AND ILLNESS Edited by E. K. ERIC GUNDERSON, Ph.D. a R -0 and RICHARD H. RAHE, A't.D. Heal, Biocbniucal Corre/ater Dndrion JVavy Medical Ncrooptycbiotric Rereorcb Unit ~ • Srn Dieao, Glifornia Adjvnct ilirociatc Pro(euor of Piycbiatry CHARLES C THOMAS • PUBLISHER Spriirg/icld • Illinois • U.S.A. o~~,~~onoz t K ._--
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II Me -77 . 50333 8179 S.P. 5 #We Sci. 197 1056=60(Sept.9, 1977) Secondary Sewabe Treatment Versus Ocean Outfalls: An Assessment Charles B. OfGcer and John H. Ryther About one-third of the population of the United States lives or works close to estuarine and coa.tal waters (1). Undcr- standably, there is concern about dis- posal of municipal and industrial wastes in the waterways adiacent to the larger metropolitan constal communitics-con- wss nn nn7 i cern about how much and what types of waste can bc assimilated by these waters and about what corrective actions should be taken to improve their quality. These are not casy prohlems to solve. They require appropriate contributions from the marine sciences of physical occano„ralA,y, hiiil<~cy, cbL gcoloty a-, ~~cll as thc reiat of civil cn,r:inccrinE. 'll;c 1•a Protcclion /1,r,cncy, under ; its enabling legislation. h:v, t sition that the solution -,hv construction of second:uy ! ment facilities (2). Howc\ ntcntal scicntists and en; have argued thm secomtar~ wastcwatcr is unnecctcd ant' disch:+rges arc madc into op ters, where there is :niecluc, lution> and sidvectiun to t-:i deplction, cutmphication, verse c(l'ccts iesulting fron trations cf org:~nic wastcs !. Generally, there is a,,rc cnvironmcntali,,ts and thr of waste disposal that unt should not bc discharged cstuarics, or other confin
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50333 8197 RC 681 Lifoff, William, jt. ed. Dr Dreifus, Leonard S. (ed.) MECHANISMS AND THERAPY OF CARDIAC ARRHYTHrQ AS, the fourteenth Hahnemann symposium, edited by Leonard S. Dreifus and William Likoff. 1966 704 p. Grune & Stratton New York U 3 n Q n i> > 1 9 n 5
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50333 8194 , HEALTH CARE/LIfESTYLES/ALCOHOL ABUSE/ DRUG ABUSE/ BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/TOB~--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ • RA 445 COMPLIANCE ~1979 IN r'1Ei'96. t if'1 CARE t . R Is Edited by R. Brian Haynes, D. Wayne Tayior, and David L. Sackett THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS BALTIMORE AND LONDON U 3 nD nn,2 1 90 2
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' DIET AND DISEASE/CANCER--CAUSATION BY DIET/CANCER--COLON/ 81 go CANCER--BREAST/CANCER--PROSTATE/CANCER--ST0tIACH/MUTAGENS/ 50333 1 NITROSAMINES/MYCOTOXINS/PESTICIDES--TOXICOLOGY/SWEETENERS/LIFESTYLE/ SACCHARIN/CYCLAMATES/FOOD--CARCINOGENS/ ~ RC 261 Redaktion: Antvarig utgivare: Rune Henriksson Redaktion: L.eif Chrona. Ulla SahlEn. VarFoda Vol. 33, Suppl. 1, 1981 Elisabeth Guthagen , Va 1981 Adress: Statcns Iivsmedelsverk t3ort ti22 Dietary factors influencing the risk of cancer 751 26 UPPSALA Telefon: 018-15 22 (1() Prenumeration: Supplementsserien ulges intermit- tent med 5-10 nummer per Ar. Prenumerationcpris for 1981 fr 50 kr. Prenumeration kan bestillas pJ post- giro 1 56 20-8 eller hos verkets fbrlag (telefon, se ovan). Aven ISsnummer kan bestallas genom forlaget. To our foreign readers: 0 3 0 n n o 2 1 8 9 8 Lecture5 presented at a two-day confercncc in Stoc holm, Sweden, February 3-4, 1981. Scientific editors: Professor Ake Bruce, Nutrition L. boratory, National Food Administration, Uppsala an professor Jan-Ake Gustafsson. Departmcnt of Mcdic: Nutrition, Karolinska institutet, Stockholm. Statens Iivsmedelsverk Box 622 S;751 26 UPPSALA Sweden
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r I 50333 8193 RC CANCER--GEOGRAPHIOCANCER--EPIDEMIOLOGY/LIFESTYLES/ 261 CANCER--GENETICS/LEUKEMIA/DIET AND DISEASE/MORMONS/ADVENTIST Ca GENETICS--DISEASE/ RADIATION--BIOLOGICAL EFFECT/ 1980 1w- CANCER INCIDENCE IN DEFINED POPULATIONS Edited by JOHN CAIRNS Imperiel Cencer Research Fund JOSEPH L. LYON Uniwnity of Utah Medicel Center MAIIK iKOINICtt LDS HOepiUl COLD SPR/NCa HARBOR LABpRATORV 1980 n n ~ ~ nn 2j 9P 1) 1 1
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50333 8196 ./"".INICOMPUTERS/C^MP;,'TE°S--PROGR^,MM:NG; 46 The BYTE Book of Li 19?9 'Pa cal ~ Edited by x8laise W. Liffick,,.; . Second Edition •YTdMcGr.w HW . o"-a- s. i /elsrbweugA. N.H. o3su t ~t. . 03 n n n n2 1 9 0 4
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50333 8195 HEART--DISEASES/ATHERO tIFE-STYLES AND HEART TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEAR RC 681 Ma 1978 The SCIENCE Report on Heart Research i CLEROSIS/CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE/ I SEASE/ STRESS/I®QARB®xxSaM®IfiNRxxkfrARlxxfkk> , EFFECT ON/ COMBATING THE #1 KILLER Jean L Marx and Gina Bari Kolata W1th a Prsfaoe by Jeremiah ScamIer, M.D. American Auodatlon for the AQvancement of Science I t~ z~ e n 3 ~ b 3 tn o' n I
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aT' 50333 8186 c f t3, ' 13 (4 ) , . . iLifelong Hyperarousal in the Spontaneously Hypertensive Rat Indicated by Operant Behavior 80 11 Ey-81 S,P, CARL F. S,CHAEFER. DANIEL .I. BRACKETT, MICHAEL F. WILSON. AND C. G. GUNN Deparlments of Anesthesiology and .Nedicine, University ojO,Zlahonta Health Sciences Center. and Ihe Veterans Administration Nvspilal, Oklahoma Citv, Oklahoma Abstract-Instrumental conditioning techniques were used to obtain objective evidence of differences in behavioral arousal between t!r- spontaneously hypertensive rat (SHR) and the normotensive ancestral Wistar Kyoto (WKY/ strain. Subjective emotionality ntinjs previously indicated that the genetically hypenensive rats were more active and aggressive than their normotensive cousins. In a knphy series of operant conditioning sessions using a small number of adult femak SHR and WKY rats. hyperarousal in the SHR was confirmed by their significantly higher response outputs on either response Ac~ont' n~ u~ con n~r^~~ les reinforcement. Conditioned emotio~Wity tests l 1uuri~thiS kriefof e>~er{rti(nts aiso suggested hyperarousal and a,fgressiveness in the SHR. since the fear-conditioned stimulus suppressed bar-pressing in the SHR much less
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50333 8182 • Food Science and Technology Abstracts(FSTA)/CASIN system/ Zentralstell fur maschinelle Dokumentation(ZMD)/ Computer Aided Subject INdex system/ INDEXIN4 AND ASSTRACTING--AUTOriATIC/ AGRINDEX/AQUATIC SCIENCE AND FISHERIES ABSTRACTS(ASFA)/ z Computer aided 699 Sc 1976 ~~ J 1i3~ ~ 1u ~L. g I l"~ ,~' ~ 1~~. SYST'JM for 'the Life Sciences r. i by Klaus Schneider Verlag Dokumentation Miinchen
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r- ;t 50333 8189 -Vi~i.,~~. ~~.~ "~r~-~i+L~a,i-_~r ..~^w~~'~ J.~..:~iio_+._.'f4~-.~ ~i~_-..a.~Ft_L_~ IIEART--DISEASES/ CIFE STYLE/ TOIiACCO--S-fOKTNG--IiF,,1P.T, I:FFFCT 0N/ S?tOt:TKG A.'~l) IIF./U.TIi/ RC CORONARY 685 - Fi ~~EART DISEASE AND 1977 PATTERNS OF LIVING t ANGELA FINLAYSON and JAMES McEWEN CROOM HELM PRODIST London New York U 3 tl n n t1 2 1 8 9 7
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50333 8198 T 19 Na 1973 ----------_---- APPLICA.*1CES/ INDUSTRY--U.S./- . A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN HOUSEWARES INDUSTRY. THE HOUSEWARES STORY. by EARL LIFSHEY National :.Housewares Manufacturers Association, Chicago, Illinois. Copyright 1973. 0 3 ~ n n h?. 1 9- 0 6
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50333 81b5 L gEART--BISEASES--STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF OCCURRENCE/LUNGS-- AL CS ATISTICS/ICS/ USES/~IC A RA 407 Si 1976 ;.IFE ERPECTANCY/ CA'_3CER--STATISTICS/" I , VITAL STATISTICS/MORTALITY--U•S•/DF.ATH--C ~e~~ca1 ~~~~cS: . ~~~'~~ of ~or~~e$~/ ~~ `.tl'?t~f£Rl' Ra7 ~ect FP 7l. b 3] Co^u;b~~ ~so. D1- t 1 F,lo- S/~ ~e /~~ ' 11ot lnter.t SLc~ .>ahe SaS 59- (~ s-~; Prof D~ ~~~ ~ ~r~{f Y/f' . Actia SbT 19t;t Y~.DI 60-- (~"th \StT~ th1- ~°  F+mity Pc1:t:ce 66--• AFP. 9750 N Ktnd"li Dt )l l56 l nsored by "°"'"~°' ~'~ A Re~rence Votume SPo T~FAssoc 'tion of Life Insurance Medical Directors of America and rthe~ociet yociety of Actuaries Lexington Books ,,I,. ' D.C. Heath and Company E~tcm Lezington, Massachusetts R&ad B c;,,r,~MQ • Toronto Lous Le~i~lson~" '~. ~Fellaw vf the SocietY C+f Acwaries 0 3 0 0 n 0 2 1 8 7 3'-
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50333 6192 ~ LONGEVITY/AGING/SMOKING RABITS"R~r A/ RECIPES/ QP ~'1~ U J~ U 85 1916 WIU ` 1' ~ 00 ~' i~ L !1 ~ THE UFESTYLE OF THE PEOPLE,OF THE CAUCASUS THE DIAL PRESS 1976 NEW YORK 0 3 n n n n 2 1 9 t1 0
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50333 8202 ~ QA oni La .Lifshitz. E. M., jt. sut. Landau, L. D. FLUID rfEC1VtiICS, by L. D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz (ttas:slated from the 2teesien by 3. B. Sykes and W. H. Reid). (Course of Theoretical Physics, v. 6.) 1959 536 p. Perga~c+n Press Oxford O _~ ..- -._. . _ - 0 3 0 0 0 il 2 1 9 1 0
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50333 8206 1 MALTOSE/ALDOSES/ALDOSIDES/FUCOSE/YEASTS/. CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--AFFINITY/L"iGANOS/ CARBOHYDRATES--BIOCHEMISTRY/CARBOHYDRATES--CHEMISTRY/ 3QD Ad 1981 Advance s in Carbohydrate Chemistry and Volume 39 Biochemistry 1981 Editors R. STUART TIPSON DEREK HORTON ACADEMIC PRESS A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers New York London Toronto Sydney San Francisco - o 0 n '0 2! 9 1 4 0 3
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, . > .~ ~~ . , :I ( ( ( t ; ~l .to?y / ° ' ` Xq , /'9 l-: <t r ' a. till, Jj. ~y:.2 4 -- ,- ~ - ' ) ^ i~7~~~ :X~ ! A/ir f/'~~j •.' ~i7'flj~ ~% ~ ~%, ~ -r .
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50333 9204 QD 475 r-WCAN]? RLACTIVITY AND CATALYS IS Jo Jonaa, Maxl: M. LIGAND Pi:Ai alVITY A..'~'a} CA::'ALYSIS 1968 272 Cc;eas Acadoaic Prsss Ncv Yoxk 0 3 n n n n ~! 9 I~
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4 50333 8203 .. ION EXCHANGE CHRO*LITQGRkpHY/CHEr1ISTRY, GRGAVIC!-A`iALYTIC/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--CR^AtiIC/CHE?dISTRY, INnR(:ArIC--ANALYSIS/ LIGANT)-EXCHANGE CHRO`•f~1TOGQAP!iYI I0r EXC}IIdAGE--RF.SINS / . ~ QD ANALYTICAL -N Kh ION-EXCHANGE PROCEDURES 1974 IN CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY `'1'lieory, Equipment, Techniques Joseph X. Khym Biology Dirision, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tenncssee Prentice-I;Iall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N. J. 0 3 0 0 dQ k i,, P n 2 ! 9
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50333 8187 i 4 LIFE STYLE/CANCER--EPIDEMIOLOGY/CANCER--VIROLOGY/ RC CANCER--NASOPHARYNGELIL/CANCER--GENETICS/ 261 CANCER--CAUSATION BY NITROSAMINES/CANCER--CAdSATION BY DIET/ Bu CANCER--CAUSATION BY RADIATION/ CANCER--PREYENTIQNj 1981 CANCER ~ Achievements, Challenges, and Prospects for the 1980s Volume 1 , Proccedings ofthe 1980 International Symposium on Cancer d b E rted y Presentud by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Joseph H. Burchenal, M.D. d Cosponsored by Memorial Sloen-Kedering Cancer Center the National Cancer Institute and New York, New York the Americap Cancer Society Herbert F. Oettgen, M.D. Se tember 14-18, ~980 Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center P . _ . New York, New York Gnuie & Stratton ~ n„ 4~uGssy o4y4ef~our98rcQ~r lovonovich. Publishers ~ew ~',andon . Tomc~ I Sydney San Francisco
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50333 8191 __j MARKETING RESEARCH/CONSUMER BEHAVIOR/ 81 V Ve ,)our. CQn4umer Research 7 189T-197 (Sept.1980) rL. _ v - ChanginJ* Roles of,lomen-A } ife-StYle _ Analysis ALLADI VENKATESH* This paper exptores the impliutions of the changing roles of women for consumer research. Three groups of women-feminists. moderates, and tra- ditionaiists- were included in the study. Differences and similarities among the groups were observed in selected life-style and demographic character- istics. The study focuses on some sociological aspects of changing roles of women, and formally incorporates them into consumer behavior measurec H istorically, consumer and market researchers have viewed women in the roles of wife, mother, homemaker, and hostess, or single girl preparatory to these roles ([)avi. 1970; tkouglu. 1976; Ferber 1974; Kopenen 1960; Wclls 1974; Wells and Tigerl 1971; Wilson ISr66). Rule% outside the Lumily, such as career woman or professional worker, which may be ca)led social roles, ' were given little or no attenion (_Scan- soni 1977(.1Yel;thd* r4ks dr} a{*tm~jg c nsi4jrao importance with the impact of the women' s inovement .... 61- •.n..r:r,an s•-n-- Consumer researchers have only recently begun to address themselves to some or these social and eco- nomic issues. Empirical research has been limited to role portrayals of women in advertisements (liclkatwi and kielkaoui 1976; Courtney and Lockeretc 1971; Lundstrom and Scimpaglia 1977; Venkatesan and Losco 1973; Wagner and Banos 1973; Wortzel and Frisbye 1974) and other related issues, such as female 9 role perception changes (Green and Cunningham 1975) and working and nonworking women (Douglas 1976; t,~t~r~n to~F•
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50333 8177 ~t,"~ tr ii ii ~.. I , r ' ' f, ) . _1• )1 f 7 t C- cial KFPA I)cfinition5 ~c! 1 kc. tl. 190. {17.rr,- •i •n,.> tn tl.c=c detir,itioni fu ,, coo(Lcts arc iu {.r . : .- at, rc•4uin•IncnU. t1ic:.te recomrncudati.,n+ ur that t.hich i, udvired :c to thc:.uthority h:tw irw j G ,. 'S ilo X:,tionr=1 < t:.,t :.I/;,,,.vc. ! 1.,1. I•,1[ ct-=' It (. II,,; J'Irl~lwtlOn Ina)• IL•. ,. ltr;. 1?t t'll,p!:'.I,:a' t• r:us,riucl+. Ir.e of (.ru(x•r .'! ht• ul;u rctcr tu tho II-• ,.. of ,111 :1 (.., :ItlOn tr, JI t•11' It,(~ 1.::.. ` 1'•,t!I 8(r -It pl,.~!n~'iWU of :-t:.! tL~:... . :..L.~;~. CODE Fc, R t{t=C Sl;FCTY FROM FIRE IN BUiLU{wC:S AND STRUCTURES c_. IlFPA t:o. 101 - 1970 I/a~%l..GU~. "ICR~COv.yr 1(!)iU lalit"ott of the I•i(c Safcty (:udt: 4 101-i 't•his 19?~/ cc~irir.,n of tllc l.ift• S:Ifl.t~~ C'oJc• su!x:rsc•dts thc 1967 cditiol1 : tlli .Itl,,I,tc•cl hy tluo \:-tional l'iru 1'rotcc6irt Asst,ci- : ti s:1 cq~ 111'c ?1, I`)i(1. Ca n n
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50333 8207 QI) 151 Ad 1975 / COOP.nI NAT? !)`t COI,iPOtT\ nS / IOti I ZAT I nN/Lt GAN DS / /90i.liTIONS/ Advances in IN©RGAf~IC CHEMISTRY RADl0Cf-4FMISTRY ED/iOecS VOLUME 17 H. J. E!1ELEUS A. G. S!!ARPE 1975 Uni+trs+ty Cttmiaar Lrborotorv Cnm6riGpq Lnlto,d AND ACADCMIC PRESS tvcw York S3n Eranri:co London 0- 3 .0_o 0._0 -> 1 _4. 1 5
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50333 8213 QD 475 J 1LiAana-'=Theory. Jcrgenopn, CbzS.sticn K1:,bu11. Inorgtuiic camnlexee. London, IZeu York, 1963. 220 p. i11us. 24 cm. Bibliogrr:phy: p. 182-210 0 3 i) n t? Q~ I 9 2. 1
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50333 8211 ,tigands--Reaction Jonc s, !'.ati; E:• G: LIGA.~D , A:.YSIS Zivs 272 Pa„ca [4CadmiC ptOLS Kc-i York
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50333 8208 QD 501 He Liganas V Cr+tsj-yeis seviewe; editc..d by Hel.nz Hei.nm$-v;3. i,orAcn, g~r *d Arc7]e.; Vedr -%ork, Karce? Deb1kc.-t, 1968- !j-1 Ati•. 2! C-m. ~.., __..-..._, . ~ _ . C3 ;t o c1 n 2. 1 9 1 6 U _ .... .. .~ _ _...,, _ ~,.._......_..-..,_...~. . ~.~.. - _
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50333 8209 SLPf,RATI02+ AND PL'I;IFI,^.ATION/PURIFICATION/RLVERSF OSMOSIS/`iEMBY,A*:ES/ CLATHI'.ATCS/CK1'STAI,LIZATI02;/LIGANDS/C1i1:0PfATOGI'J'LPl:IC ANAT.YSIS/GAS-S0LI1> Cl1F.0'1AT0C:_• FOAM SEPAP.ATIO\./STYhLNE/FOA~t--FRACTIO:dATION/ 1 I QD 473. Pe 1973 I I ( Separation and Purification Methods Volume 1 [ditad by lDNO.%'D S. PERRY CAREL J. YA•`J OSS Research Laboratories Department of HicrobloloYy Lastman Kodak Company SeLool of Medicine [ndak Park Yorks State University of Nev York locAester, New York at buffalo Suffalo, Nev York liNtCEL DEXKER, IDIC., Nev York, 1973 ^.-- _ . ~` 0 3 0 0 n 0 2 1 7.9 1 7 .~ _.----•-•-•--• -
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50333 8199 Q1I 212 We 1974 2c. Scanning Electi-on,4x icrosco.. ~y ol.IVrR C. wELLS IRAf Thumasj. 1latsort Rcseareh Cen(cr )'urktuuvr llcightsr N.Y. with portions cvntributv.d by ALAN BOYDE Dept. of Anarony and Pmbr)alogy, Unirrrsi) CoRigt London / ondory flrgland -tRIC L1rs111N Corforalr Research and Devrlofanrnf, General Flrctric Cuml.any .Sc6rnrctadr. ld.): ALEX RI:7_A\ONVICH Pulf and Paper Rrsrarch Instilufc oJCanada Poinft Clnirr, P.Q., Canada McGraw-Hill Book Coinpa)ly A'rw TorE St. Louis San Francisro Dussrldorf fohannre6ur6 Kuala Lumpur London A1r.iro .lluntrral .\'rw Drlhi Panama Paris Sdo Paulo Singaforr S)•dnry Tokyo Toronto 0 3 n n n n 2 1 9 0 7
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50333 8210 .~. S1^'3'CSLL.r~ C1f., Ci~:;:i:'~"•":.: ISiO'' Gl' t`.::.1 Szrie^ 62) 1567 661 paocl3 t4_eT1C~a c3j Sc~i~L3• ~?abhy..;, - p;; n ~ n Ei ~ 1 9 I R
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:~ _ .... .. .... ._... .. . .. , _ . _.. ~_ , ... .__ ,. ; ~ QD 50333 6212 : 151 A ~3.igr~sds--~eactian Ab:'.:."= If1 L.'~T?+G.4,taC C'~'""~ s8"'~tT v0 1964 iie J, ftoZen.:2 trd A. Co SiterP3p edae Acadrssic Press Tetw ToYk . • ~ ~ . ... ._..,_,..,,..__,.•,__...T. ~. . .•--.,..-.,.~.~.•.,..~-..--- . . .. ,..,_,.,...~.... o n n~~ I 9 2. t1 ~ ~ ~ -- -
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,t,... STEROIDS & STEROLS--METABO SM, V. 1/CY TOOROME P-450,V.1/ 1 50333 8205 , PESTICIDES---- TOXICOLOGY GANDIN & THErBLUTATHIO-NF t-TRANSFERASES IN BINDING STEROID METABOLITES: CARCINOGENS & OTHER COMPOUNDS, V.2/ FURA,N DERIVATIVES, V. 2/f :• - - . ./ACETAMINOPHEN,V.2/ CHLOROFORM, V.1/TOXICOL Y,V. L,2/METABOLISM--,BIOBi1LttIST;;Y,V.1,2/ 1 95 REVIEWS 1RIOCHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY, VOL. 1 (1979 ~ 'nz 2 (1980 Ho . Editors: ERNEST HODGSON ~ North Carolina State University , f i JOHN R. BEND National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences ~- } RICHARD M. PHILPOT National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences ELSEVIER/NORTH-HOLLAND NEW YORK • AMSTERDAM . OXFORD o R ~ a1 9 I 3 0 3 0
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./ V. ~ ~ m s Vj Re9 79 S.P. - ~ Dr. " LieperPohiheim und Prof. Dr.~Pfeil, Marburg .~----,. =Lcr(/~'77 ~ ~r jS•/ NIt~'?,af~ ~af~~ Nitrite und ~~ fraqen nach der Badeutunq der Ntlrosamine fi;r die Krebsar- Itta+4unq werden seil lanqem dia- lvtlert Es /tehl als etcher lest. tla6 elniqe Nitrosamine zu dan stdrteten canceroqenen SloHen Bahlken. leider wird die Bedeu- Ymo der Nitrosamine Im 2usam- taknMny mit dem Nllrilproblem MI Lebensmineln tellwelsa sehr NnNltlq beleuchtel und ihre Roi1e In der Blologte damN In aa- a~enl/alschen Ucht qesehen.- AnMnd der Muttanubstan:, der NNrIM ~w. der sdpeVlqen S><ure, wird des b/otoqlscM GexheMn dargtsle/ll und aul die Rolle der Nitrsle und Nitrite oingeqanqen. Danech enchelnt es weniq sinn• roll, die lelzten Reste von Nltrat und Nitrlt aus elnlgen 9nNba- ren Ilahrunqsmlttein zu verban• nen und datiir htkhst bedenk/kha hyglenische Rislken sinsuqf han, wenn der Zwsck, die BIM dunq von Nitrosaminen In dp betebten Wtlt zu verhlndern, so oMtnskhtlich nlcM er»icht tren den kann. sich In die beiden Endstufen zer- fallon: 3 HNO, - HNO. + 2 NO + H,0 Es Jst wichtig zu wissen, daB these Reaktion unter bestimmten Umstandon auch wiedor ruck- w5rts unter Bildung von salpetri- per Siure verliutt. Chemische Umrbtung Die genannte Reaktion ist die Grundlago fur die sogenannte cMmiscM Umrbtung Da das Ni- wo 2 1 8 5 9 4 . ~ Zusatzstoffe E~ ~ Nnr l l l d e1 rrVr a ea an n VoaarniMa/ .... klein. Wurde anstelle des Hrates nur Wasser eingesatzt. so lagen boi einem pH-Wert von 3.3 ledig- lich 50%: des eingesetztcn Nitrits a19 salpetrige Saure vor, boi pH 4.3 waren es nur noch 5°e. t:er 5.3 ledigiich O.S'i% und bei 5.6 nur noch otwa 0.25%. Nun hangi die 2erselzungsgeschwindigkeit der salpetrigon Saure in komplizier- ter Weise ven der Konzentrauon ab. in weicher sie gerace aultritt. Falit die Konzentrauon aut t/ip (also Erhbhung der pH-Stute um r .
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, / •TOBECCO--PLAVOR AND ODOR/ vNEOtICAMS/HYDROXY INNAMI~ ACIDS AND 1~Y1fK0%YJBENZ~ YC ACIDS IN PLANTS/ PLAATS--ACIDS/4-YLIDENE8_ITENOLIDSS AND 4-YLIDEN,TETRONIC ACIDS/COLnJ1RINS PLANTS-=CONSTITUTENTS/TERPENES/ AROMA COMPOUNDS'%FLAVORANTS--CHEMISTRY//- Qn 245 Fo 1978 FORTSCHRITTE DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER NATURSTOFFE PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS BEGRUNnET VON • FOUNDED BY L. ZECHMEISTER HERAUSGEGEBEN VON • EDITED BY W. HERZ H. GRISEBACH G. W. KIRBY VOL. 35 1978 ~ ~ (1 (1W[1E19 • AptI*G;*R1VERLAG • NEW YORK
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50333 8216 IX Ligeira uota sobre n accao irritante da Ri fumaca de cigarro. Ribeiro, Fonseca. Ligeira nota sobre a accao irritante da fumaca de cigarro. Photostat from: Archivos de Hygiene e Saude= Publica, Brazil 2, 289-90 (1937).
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50333 8200 71 II Re-7G -- ; S.P. 4,}tS . . - /id. _7. Iliockrm. l5cicntcchnica (YubIishcrs) Ltd.1 WATER-INSOLUBLE DI:RIVATIVLS OF NARINGINASE - .,, 6;p -t,- S-7 I LEON GOLDSTEIN, ~_ ~73 „ ,' =.. Dcpartmcnt of Biophy:iics, The 11'cizmann Institutc of Scicncc, Rchovot, Isracl 1 . JltiRi~1I1A1\'[ L7FSITITZ~ ntvn AIORDI'sCIIAI SOKOLOVSKY Ikpartmcnt of Biochcniistry, Tcl•Aviv Univcraity, Tcl-Aviv, Israel (/l rccivcd 30 ,Noo., t g )o) ~ 3 n(1 n f) 2- I 9nPAns•rltncr , 1. \latcr-uisolublc dcrivativcs or naringinacc werc prcparcd by covalcnt hr.lan • rf et ~ cnzynic to copol}•mcis of malcic anh.•4,-;~~ •••~•' -•
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I . + 50333 8215 Qp 501 Ligases, Vol. 13 C Florkin, Marcel (ed.) COMPREHENSIVE BIOCHEMISTRY, VOL. 5- by Marcel Florkin and Elmer H. Stotz. 1963- Elsevier Publishing Company New York 0 3 n n n 0 2 1 9 2 3
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50333 8222 XI Col-81 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Co -81 s.p. Liggett Croup,',Nev York, N. Y., U. S. THE SMOKE SCARE THAT SENT LIGGETT PACKING. Liggett Group, Neas Release, New York, N. Y. (1981) (in English) •Abstr. in: South Business, p. 2 0-? (1981)* The North Carolina cigarette .aker emptied its world headquarters and moved North in an eaergencr effort to lower costaa and consolidate ssanagement.... 0 3 n 0 n n 2 t 93 Q ; .,.--
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XI Co -7R S.P. l ¢iggett LIGGETT Liggett *Abstr. Richmond Times-Dispatch, 1978, p. A-7 (Aug. 25, 1978)* 50333 8221 ... . . . a • ,- . . `.. - . , RJR CLASS NO. PA.•tPHLET ?:I Col-78 s.p. Grouf, New York, N. Y., U. S. GROUP PLANS ACQUISITION. Group, News Release, New York, N. Y. (1978) (in English) in: - Tne ~ LiggFtt Grnup will acquire Ser- ; ` .oroation Corp. a major foad ~ .•cnding cem- ~ ~ and soft drir.k ,pany, for S1£;~ na1ion in cash ane stock, the ca;~ya-Mcs an- ~ nounced ycFtLrdayr . 0 3 o Q n-0 2 t 9 2 9 ' . I
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f 50333 8226 NORTH-fIOLLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY - AMSTERDAM • O\1'ORD AMERICAN ELSEVIER PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. - NEW YORK AMERICAN TOBACCO CO*TANY/BRO'.dN & NILLIAMSON/LIGGLTT & MYERS C0, P. LORILLARD/PHILIP MORRIS/R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO C0./ TOBACCO--ADVERTISING/ CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECONOMIC ANALYSIS, NO. 80/ Ts THE ECONOMICS 31'` ~ ' 2240 Sc OF 1972 4-DVERTISING RICHARD SCHMALENSEE University of California, San Diego , 0 3 n on 0 2 1 9.3 4 .
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r 50333 8229 TOBACCO--QUALITY/TOBACCO--CFIF.MICAI. COMPOSITION--ACRONOMY--RELATIONSIIIP/ TOBACCO--IRAN/TOBACCO--FERTILIZATION/TOBACC(I--AGRICULTURE--TRAN/ TOBACCO--FERMENTATION/TOBACCO--TURKISfI/LIGGETT & MYERS INC./ PHILIP MORRIS, INC./ 78 VI Ir RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 VI Ir Iranian Tobacco Cor,.Pany IRANIAN TOBACCO & CICARETTE SEM1"IAR, BABOLSAR, JUNE 1973. Iranian Tobacco, Cigarette Res. (In Engli*h'and French) . ANote date* Summary of papers presented. Seminar, 2nd., Babolsar, Iran, June 1973 , 0.3 C) n tt n 2 1 9 3 7
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50333 8230 ' X_l eo RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Col-72 s.p. ~ Liggett Myers Incorporated, New York, N.Y., U. S. 5~ LIGGETT MYERS INCORPORATED 1972 ANNUAL REPORT. ~ Liggett Myers Inc., New York, N. Y., 29 p. (1972) (in English) /976" 19 74 ~ 4 . .i n n~ i 9. 3•'A
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4 0 50333 8201 .. 0 11.11 ~'_ ~o Negative ion-m olecule reactions of ozone and their Implications on the thermochemistry of O3 . . L III Du2-79 JC- Ufsh'tz•ai R. L C. Wu, T. O. Tieman, and D. T. Tennrilliger S• p~ TAe dre/un LaLorotory and DapartrneRt of C6eaisrry. Wright State URi.essity, Dayton. Ohio ISI33 (Received 22 Aajust 1977) Ae ie-litte double tnass spectrometer has been employed to determine rnction rate coefficients and ewitation functions for several types of negative ion reactions involving ozone. The interactions studied inehude electron transfer reactions, such as. M'+O,-M+O~ (where M' = O', OH'. F', C1-. Br-, I-. S-, SH-. C1= , CiH-. NO., and CO~ ) and particle transfer reactions, such as !NO'+O:--M+Or (vttere MO- - Oi , NO=, NO~ , CO-). Translational energy thresholds have been determined for those featti°ns which are eadothermic by applying eaact Doppler corrections for the :hcrtaal motion of the eatttal as well as corrections for the translational energy distribution of the projeeticle ions. These e~tpetiments place a lower limit of 216_a, eV on the electron affinity of ozone• This value is in e:cellent agreement with the value computed from the bond dissociation energy of 01 in its most stable ooofiuration. Do(O'-0.)=1.80 eV, as deduced from measurements of the translational energy tiresholds for the eollisional dissociation procsss. Or+M-0'+02+M. w here M= He. Ar. Further impfications of these experimeats with tespect to the structure, thermocbemistry. and excited states of Of att disauced. L INTRODUCTION Negative ion-neutral reactions involving ozone have QqtLSidfrat~le a~ea ' c~ittr to their impor- eat~iosp'~feri~ chemis~y.'~10 _Various experi- ffie electron afiittity of NO= (a siderably lower than the now a (NO=)=2.36:0.1 eV.u'Z° A r however, reveals that the firs which obta.ined the currently z
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XI Col-77 S.P. t Liggett LIGGETT Liggctt *Abstr. 50333 8231 RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET XI Col-77 s.p. Myers Incorporated, ?lew York, N. Y., U. S. & MYERS LIGHTS UP, Myers Inc., News Releace, New York, N. Y. (1977) (in English) in: Sales Marketing Management, 1977, p. 12 (Apr. 11, 1977)* ; Liggett & Myers marketing vice I president Robert A. Rechholtz is ~ sure that a new decaJe is dawning 1 for the company's 500 field s:+les' i representatives. Although the Lig f1- '~ gett Group division has not had a single successful new cigarette i brand since the ban on broadcast ' 1 advertising went into effect in i 1971. Iteehholtz thinks he now has I . 0 3 0. n ft o> t 9.3•9 a winner in a new 1ow "tar" (S ing.) cigarette called Decade (S,&h1M, Alar.ld).1 ^ 4 11
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50333 8223 xi Co -77 • RJR CLASS N0, PAMPHLET XI Col-77 s.p. ' N. C,, U. S. g,pol . Liggett Group, Durham, LIGGETT GROUP FILES FOR MERGER WIITFI DIVERSIFLED PRODUCTS. ., Liggett Group, Durham, N. C., hews Re ease ( n ng s • I 1976) (i E 1i h) .*Abstr, in: Dow Jones News Service, Dec. 17, 1976* ;.: . 'GE?•T GROUP INC. SAID IT t ~-' ~' E J'f i i D V EG I 4 L R E I R ~ . h1I0i ,~.At •~ D E S,hI FI . ED A ,tL(~ta! PRODUCTS CORP FILED PuELI ~.tI t~IARY P120XY ~1~IATERIAL I'lITH THE SEC COVERI.NG THE. PI:OPOSE}~ ~~1:{ERGER OF DIVERSIF I F1) WITH [.I :,G`TT 'GR~)11P.L .k . ~. 0 3 n. 0.n 0 2 1 9 3•1 0
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!K' -- . ......,.~..~..~. _ - .. ,i . __ VT To-74 TOBACCO AGINC/TOB ' ' S.P. /..~.~ A~CO--FLU~-CUttED--CO?iPOSITION/. 50333 8227 I'..]R CLASS NO. PA?•iPf?LET VI To-74 .`: r- . TOBACCO. Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 28th, paper, Raleigh, N. C. SOME Ci1EH1C L ClIANGES THAT OCCUR DURING AGING AND PROCESSING Oi Bates, W. W. ; Hitcliem, A. R. ; RoF,ers, J. D. (jA",e,~tt !tyers Inc., Durham, N. C., U. S.) (in English) *Keywords:* nitrogen, total, cured, constituent; nitrogen, a-amino, cured, constituent; nicotine, cured, constituent; sugars, cured, constituent; acids, total, cured, constituent; asparagine, cured, constituent; glutaraing, cured, constituent; proline, cured, constituent. ~1974, No. 21, W 8073* *d* Tobacco chemistry (agriculture) (manufacture): (Oct. 28-30, 197») -: ~. . -.. j U 3 n ~ n o. : 2__ t 9~ S
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. 50333 8228 I /RE1NOLDS,.R. J./ DUKE, JA.~SES B./ R. J. INDUSTRIES, I P7C./ /ArlL:hICAN BRANDS INr, / PIiILIP MORRIS, INC. /-LIGGETT S MYERS, INC. / /]Ai;LdS CORI'OF:ATION/ PRITISH-AMERiCl.N TORACCO/ RCITH.`IANS I:vTER.`yr:TIO:dt:L! 2240 TS Co TRUST IN TOBAC~;O 1975 The Anglo-1lmcricpn S1ruegle for Powcr 2c. Ma.urice Coi-ina NEW TOR1; ST. 11'IARTIN'S PRESS 0 3 n t1 n 0 2 1 93 6
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50333 8225 -• • •I a- . " •, a • 7CI Co 1-7R S.P. RJR CLASS ti0. PA-*5'HLET lI Col-78 s.p. Liggett Group, New York, N. Y., U. S. LIGGETT GROUP PLAhS ACQUISITION. Liggett Group, News Release. New York, N. Y. (1978) (in English) *Abstr. in: Richmond Times-Dispatch, 1978, p. A-7 (Aug. 25, 1978)* -Tne Liggett Group wi11 arSuirc Ser- ; 4vorration Corp., a : c;or food'• and soft drirk vcneing cem- i .' 'pany, for SISS rac:~ion in cash' tne slack, the cc,,:,Farics an- i ~nounced ycstt:eav./. 03 n 0 n-0 2 1 9 33
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50333 8219 XI Col-77 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET. XI Col-77 S,P, Liggett Group, Durhun, N. C., U. S~ LIGCETT GROUP FILES FOR MERGER WITH DIVERSIFIED PRODUCTS, • Liggett Group, Durham, N. C.. News Release (1976) (in English) , *Austr. in: Dow Jones News Service, Dec., 17, 1976* ~~( ~'ETT ' OUP ~ INC. SAID IT jFILED A ;~EGiSiRATIOt! ;;~'ATEtaENT AiID DI~lERS;}~IEG ~1PRODUCTS CORP FILED PRELIi~tItdARY PROXY ,. ,A J~{ATER I AL I9ITi-i THE" SEC COV ER I"NG THE. PROPOSE ;t{EPGcR Or DIVERSIF I FI) ~IITN [.I :~GETT~GROU~.~ " t 0 3 Cl. 0.n 09- 9 2•7 S.p.
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~ 50333 9217 . .. 0, a ' XI Co -77 RJR CLASS NO. PAtiPiiL F.T XI Col-77 s.p. ~ S.P. 1 ! Liggett Group Incorporated, Durham, N. C., U, S. LIGGETT AGREES TO BLTY TETLEY FOR $27 MILLION. Liggett Croup Inc., News Release, Durham, N. C. (1976) (In English) ~ *Abstr. in: Vlall St. Jour. 1976, p. 46-(Dec. 9, 1976)* ~ :' ~1 te, ~ t! G-o.:a lrro - the Durhan, N.C., to- ~ ! 'bacco, . q*.... ar.n Fa,t. G~.VS 'cv:a-t..op, ha, va • :a• : a In D • d t i S i ~ . o acou rc c ey c., a ~ re grer `pased tea•a^d cof'ce-concern; for ab:.uti27 ~mtlaon fro:n--J. L; ;.•ru d: G., a E3:itish•fcwd ~ at has txen d°spa--ing of prvper- rtompany-:Y t ,. ~ . ~f to r 2se i~s fi t,sr.cialxroc+ ~t1c s t . j ~--.--'---- ------- - - - ~ ~ t. :. ., t a 0 3 n 0 0 n 2 1 9 2 5
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50333 8235 RJR CLASS NO, PAMPHLET XI Coi 72 s.p. I Liggett Myers Incorporated, New York, N.Y., U. S. 5~ LIGCETT MYERS IN00P.P0RATED 1972 ANNUAL REPORT. Liggett Myers Inc., New York, N. Y., 20 p. (1972) (in English) 1g74-~ 14 74? 4 0 3 n.n n o 1.I 9.4•.3 f
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, 'S'I To-A i S.P. Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 28th, introduction, Raleigh, N. C. (Oct. 28-30, 1974) (in English) TOBACCO--AGRICULTURF/TOBACCO--ECONOMICS/ 50333 8234 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI To-74 s.p. 8ogers, J. D. ~ NAggett.Xyarv,tjqk•, Durham, N. C., U. S.) SnIPOSIUN: PRODUCTIO:d FACTORS AFFECTING CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF THE FLUE-CURED LEAF PROLOCUE. '...'r *1974, No. 21, W 8072* *d* Tobacco agriculture (chemistr .`._ Y): o;i n n n a.~ t~ 9 4 z
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50333 824 _Ljgcett 6 My_ers Tobacco Co. SMOKING AND HEALTH RESEARCH (See FGC files) 0 t~ 3 o n n () 2. 1 9 ,-% 3
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XI Fo9 Lt g$ett & Myexs 'robacco ® - 50333 8243 n-f'FQ.QCI?iS TKE 2'r'a Ct?IEF O? A. I?,fO.°. U. S. CGi:i'v;LATIOtJ - ;Gio`J :ir LI('rsZ~TT b t:yri:S. Forune 70 (No. 3) 45 (Sept. l,Dtik) U;~ n n n~ 3!~1 ~
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r 50333 8232 XI Co1-78 S.P. ~~ .~~~ RJR CLAS3 N0, PA.1,PHLET }~I CQ1-78 s. p, }~/i.1R~.~i.r Y:LbIGGETT ?fY FRS LOSES SUIT. Liggett Myers, News Release, New 1•ork, N, Y. (1978) (in Fn' Qlish) *Abstr. in: Richmond Times - Dispatch, 1978, p. r1-11 (Nov. 21, 1978)* -A U.S. Distriet C.~~rt j Aac ru'ed!,Son- c':.f that L'; ` Ylt ~ t`.\'us Inc., iLfli 1Rla• iic•itofir...:,ci l ralys•t~in:~i2t:r+;c;,s_dcnestim~t.d1; sto ~or~:e i ivesrurs o: : ryl,0~p. Jtld~te CGr:Stii,ce TiL:rr 1•i0t1 )•, 7rca~ina ini.~.::F atan, I directrd I`,at t',e i:ar: ses, v.tiic1 ui!1 to af•CUt S1 million\':iti inicrest,Lcp:at'toalltl.cseLopurc*: t;dl.i;•sctt' ~toci; fit;+n July 11 to Tuly 18, 1972, L~:~'e: s in thc el ~s :.etiun s.uit cstirnaed t4e num:'.cr nt Y_I0. The No: ih C::rolina cor,p,: y is one of t`c lar£^st ciZa: ette 1-t.:r.ufacturcrs and is nlso i.^.t'c:.'c•d in; :,t fcco•?s,11qLor, crrcal,. .~ rups and ofth.er proJuets. 0 3 t1 (1 (1 0 2 1 9 4 (l
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, ~~ 50333 8240 .,..•. ~ ; . f:.T6~ i'f..:1SS .`;C!. .. I . 1 . .. . CP a. Y. 1.+ ~. ' 1.l:CGEIT 6' SCf:7 pY c'r'C CI\ DISCLOST?3E C1I' '_•SSIi)? I+A':'A 0:: '72 rrCI•I`:=: • IN FARfi t\f `; . - ^_ Lirrett ;. MY2rc To~)acco Co.,Ne::s xelL'ase, i:ek York, N. Y. (June 1973) - (ir. rn^' : r"v) In: L''all Strcet Jo-or., n.p. (Jare 26, 1973) *]973, \O. 12, '•.t 5zh?, jt* T°h4zco ccor.o;cics: ~...:7.~..•,-.K-S•.~.... . . ....,r._ . ~.~....,>..--, -.._. ... -. ..-... ~r,.. _., ..:.~----.- ,- .-. ~.. ... . -.:-
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I TS 2240 Te 50333 8246 Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. iEUnaut, Richard B. The Amcrican cigc?•ette ioaustry ; a study f.n ecotss,n-ic nr.alycic md puh1:= policy. New H3ven, Yale Univsrsitv Prebs. 1950. xxvi, 411 p. di$grs. 25 cm.
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: RI Co -77 ,-. . . . ~ a 1 50333 8218 RJR Ci.ASS 110. Pl+HPHL£T XI Col-77 s.p. Liggett Group Incorporated, Durham, N. .^.. , U. S. LIGGETT AGREES TO BUY TETLEY FOR $27 MILLION. higgett Group Inc., News Release, Durham, N. C. (1976) (In English) *Abstr. in: t•'all St. Jour. 1976, p. 46 (Dec. 9, 1976)* 1'~Qt~~!ttG-~.~~^~[hrDe to- ,:._,s. ..; 'bacco, ar:a };t.txtil cu.z,:~nv~~h~a %greed to acouire TcUcy Inc., 'a i?~:awarc- 'based tea•+^d coaee-conce.*n; tor a*.,!+ut $27 ~mitlfon trom-J. Lyons & G^.; a t3riti~h•tood ~tompany-:Y.at?:s3 bccn d:spo:ing of proper- tfes to rase i+s tin ancia1 vroes.,! .r. __ __ p 3 ~ Qn a 2 ! 9 26
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50333 8247 Ix Un2 Liggett and Myers Tobacco Company (Jt. Author) The American Tobacco Company U.S. FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION: CIGARETTES AND RELATED MATTERS METHODS TO BE EMPLOYED IN DETERMINING TAR A.'VD NICOTINE CONTENT - ADDITIONAL OBSERVA- TIONS- A CRITIQUE OF THE MARCH, 1967 ROSWELL PARK MEMORIAL INSTITUTE REPORT ON CIGARETTE TESTING, by the American Tobacco Company; Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation; Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company; Phillip Morris Incor- porated and R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Com- pany. U~ r~ 4 n 0 2 t 9SA S
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I 50333 8244 £.JK C:L',SS '•:0. X? Cc i _ UrPctt .4,Mvei•s Tribacco C.awpanv, :iev Yr,r;., N. 1'., 17. S. ...1:.~ . „ :-.Y S...C, C~:. ~.. ` . OF - .-.IL_ ,,. U:...-. .~-: ,-..:~ T~ ON ' : ~ ~ LiFp,ett 5`:yers .cbacco Co. ,Ne:,s re? sase, New York, N. Y. (June 1973) (in ~ In: Wall Strcet Jour., r..p. (June 26, 1973) ~ ~ *1973, No. 12, '.•! 5' :3, jt* Tohac;o eco:ic;rics: u: CL7 `-_
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I 50333 8236 Vi To-73 •_. TC)$ACCU--•I'~NALYTICAL ?iF•Tf{ODS/TOF,ACCCt--A~il'v0 ACIDS--III:T?.k`IINATIi?:;/ S.P. Rlit CLASS NO. i'f!.:'EiLET VI To-735~,I,, Col1 in_ , P. }'. ; S.-:rji, N. M. ; Wi12i: ms, J. F. :'ti:":ATEil G'i•OF TOT:.I. •A'•iI1NO 11CC i;S A`.:D ; ITS /:!•I';.LCATIO:,' 'i'0 Ti:r. AN:1:.i:' f S Oi' TC~:::=CC_ . Totl::cco Ci:c:-!. t:e: . Conf., N. C, (1c,I3) (in 1:nF l i s}:) *I:eS'vords:* ncrlcucine, cureti, co:!stiti:c:.it; Gl a;t:n:_, curec?, cr~nstitucnt ; but, 7•ic ;:cid, constitucr;t; a:ri-.a;:ir.e, curc-c', constitue,::t; ;,;.ut;Fa1.c acid, cured, constituent; cur.c::, constit<<c+rtt; f;l}•c co:,stituF•nr ; Ct-, '."^a , cC:•r.E (.t rU,•.. ' : , C ItC:, cur 1fVC.',CC 1Sti:ui'Ut! ' - ~,- --- ^-- P ( 0 3 n n •n h 2 1 9 4 4
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50333 8233 XI Co 77.. RJR CLASS 1~0. PAi•il')IL1;T XI Col-77 s.p. S.P. 1- °~iggeEt'iiyezs ?neorporated, hew York, N. Y., U. S. - L6M ORDI:!-:LD TO GIVE UP FIRM. Liggett Myers Inc., News Release, New York, N. Y. (1977) (in F.nnl ish) *Ab:tr. in: Richmond Times-Dispatch, 1977, p. R-3 (Dec. 31, 1977)* -fihc --0rh Circuit Court of Ap•i peals opinion released yester.! day upheld a 19)5 Federal T. ade; Comrnission antitrust action; againsf Ligbett & Myers Inc. I The FTC said that Lda.f rnust' `divest itself_of all_assets, propcrtfzs,, rights and' privileres .^•cSuired as a result~ of its purchase in January 1969. oof Ready Fo„ds, whose name, was ~l:acr changed to Pc:rk'. Iqoods Co. That company makes ~ Vcts eanned dog food~ T I o U 'tl tl 2 A 0
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0 50333 8250 0 i GARY TOBACCO COMPANY (Durham, N. C.) CIGARETTES--GENERIC/ LIGGETT bf4YERS CO./ XI Co -81 S.P.1 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Col-81 s.p. Progressive Grocer THE GENERIC CIGARETTE STORY. Progressive Grocer, p. 39-48 (July 1981) (in English) Quality generics mean unbeatable sales - and now there's a generic q cigarette with the quality of a national brand.... - `_--------Q -~-~ ~ --~ ~ -~ l- ~-_ S $ w t
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XI Col-77 S,P,. i i 0 50333 8237 RJR CLASS NO, PAMPHLET XI Co1-77 s.p. Myers Incorporated, ?leW York, N. Y., U. S. & MYERS LIGHTS UP. Myers Inc., News .°.e1e.:se, tdew York, N. Y. (1977) (in E:1E1ish) in: Sales Marketing Manageelent, 1977, p. 12 (Apr. 11, 1977)* i j Ligeett & Myers markcting vice president Robert A. Rpchholtz is sure that a new decade is dawr.ing ~ for the company's 500 field ssles representutives. Althou.-h the Lig. gett Croup division has not had a single succecsrul new cigarette ~ brand since the ban on broadcast ~ advertising went into effect in 1971, Rechholtz thinks ho now has ~ Liggett LIGGETT Liggett *Abstr. n . t1 ~ n o 2 { 9 .4 5 0~ ~ ~ "5 u s a winncr in a ncw low "tar" (5 3n.m.) I cigarette called Decade (S,1-N1MJ Maa 14). / 4 ~ .
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50333 8248 at1c A:,7-.:'; Ca!! Toh,? :Co Co,j V9.111~..~~?.aon `i'ob:ccco Co.,:-p., ~ C 4 ~: Z J l I.7 V , raperLcua 31 Vag,~u, S3a:,'i:~::, O . ..
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50333 8249 ~` TOBACCO-=QUALITY/TOBACCO-- PHENOLIC ACIDS/TCB:~CCO--ACIDS/TOBACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ •VI To-76 . Kallianos, A. C. RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET VI To-76 s.p. S.P. Oixgett Myers Tobacco Cn., Res. Dep., Durham, N. C., U. S.) PI;ENOLICS AND ACIDS IN LEAF AND THEIR RELATIO:;SHIP TO SMOKIT3G QUALITY AND AROMA. g sr, Tobacco Chemist Res. Conf., 30th, PapervNashville, Tenn. (Oct. 18-20, 1976) (in English) *Note a~fi~iation* *Keywords:* scopo et n, cured, constituent; chlorogenic acid,•cured, constituent; rutin, cured, constituent; p-cresol, cured, constituent; 2,6-dimethylphenol, cured, constituent; 4-ethyl guaiacol, cured, constituent; eugenol, cured, constituent; 2-methoxy-4-methyl phenol, cured, constituent; phenol, cured,constituent; 2,3,4-trimethylphenol, cured, constituent; 2,3,6-trimethylphenol, cured, constituent; t 0 3 n tI n -Cf 2 1 9 5 7
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1 Y b 1 G () U 0 U~ 0 '2%I WbtR ~'dCa4 SNb©lZiO l+~1 t ONV 'Y '9oN IiI13T7QH '1vI'AdS Inni!'fsul u1"dqol ..- •? cns r.yyl-_•oo ooooqo,t, s za.^i P". ESZB EEEOS i
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+ 50333 8252 XI Rel Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co.-Bibliography R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division PAPERS AND U.S. PATENTS PRESENTED AND/OR PUBLISHED BY PERSONNEL OF VARIOUS TOBACCO COM- PANIES FOR A PERIOD OF TIME EXTENDING FROM 1952 THROUGH JUNE 30, 1959. 1959 vi, 27, 12p. Ditto Copy Supplements , 1952 through 1961 U,3 r7 0 n U 3_ 1 9 6 Q
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XI coI-77 S.P. I 50333 8239 RJR C!.ASS NO. 1~.ifPlll.E;r ;ti, (01-77 s.p. LiERett Myers Incorporated, New York, N. Y., U. S. L&M ORDERED TO GIVE UP F1RM. LiRgett Myers Inc., News Release, T:ew York, N. Y. (1.977) (!*+ F.nglir.h) *Austr. in: Richmond Times-Dispatch, 1977, p. B-3 (Dec. sl, !977)* ~fihC -dth CircuE! Court of Ap properties, rights and' pe~Zis opinion released yestenj privil~ges acquircd as a result: dayuphetdal975 FederalTradel et its purchase ia iznuary 1969 Commission antitrust action{ of Ready Foocs, whose nanie; agair.sf L1gget1 & A?yers Inc. ~ was later chan^,ed to Perk' The FTC said that L&M must FoudsCo.?hatcempanyrnakes 'divest ltself of all assets,j Vets cann:d dag fuod1 _ • 7 0 3 n n 'n o 2 ~ t 9.4 ~ ,
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i TOBACC4--SMOKE--ANALYTICAL METHODS / 5 0 3 3 3 H 2 u t ~.._ _._ _-. .1 . 6. . .. ,if + I VI.Re 70 S.P. - 9 RJR_CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI Re9-79*s.r; N Wil]Kams, T. B. y : . 4aiggett Myers Tobacco Co IncRes D e Durh am N C U S ) _ . , . , p . , . ., . . THE DETERMINATION OF NITRIC OaIDE-IN GAS PHASE CIGARETTE SMOKE BY ~ NONDISPERSIVE INFRARED ANALYSIS. . (1979) (in English) *Keywords:* nitric oxide, smoke, constituent. Nitric oxide in cigarette smoke is conveniently dEterr,ir.ed reduced. Some oxidation also occurs in the NDIR analyzer bE `-_ _~ a....y,_<~--- ____..~`.----------~---_-- ~-_____.~,--- - - -=~-=- --l.•. between puffs and NO levels in succeeding puffs are cumulatively ; Beitrage Tabakforschung, confidential manuscript.submitted for publicatic filter cassettes allows NO oxidation to occur in the iriterval -tnixtures follows similar kinetics. The dead volume of Cambridge 'by NDIR. The oxidation of NO in smoke and in standard gas-air ; . ' 0 3 n.n n n 2 ! 9 4 9
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r QC 357 B -Ught, 50333 8260 Bowen, Edmund John, 1898- The chemicut aspects of light, by E. J. lZoIN,ea ... 1(j ed., rev. Oxford, The Clarendon press,lQ46, 2 P. 1.. 300 p. d iagrs. 23 cm. ' ~ "Reterences" : p. 1296j-297. 1. Lfgbt. 2. Spectrum analysls. E. Radiatlon, z. Title. QC357.BIM 1946 ( ~~ 535 47-2G7 Llbrary of Congrees !" 150o.'.I 0:; n 0 n r~~ > 1 9~S R
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i. 50333 8238 XI Col-78 S.P. RJR CLAS3 N0, rA'•~PHLET XI C01-78 s.p, LiRRett ~lvers, New York, N. Y.. U. S. LIGGETI MYERS LOSES SUIT. Liggett ~fvers, News Relcase, New York, N, Y. (1974) (in }'nrlish) *Abstr. in: Richmond Times - Dispatch, 1978, p, A-11 (Nov. 21, 1978)* mar.u'acrers i:~d is z!~. mur,u`acturcrs nd is a? , narr„erro_oets ruos and c~t~ e pro'ets -t,U.S.DistrictCQurt)'_BocrL': c':.y i~.at L~, _rti ~?.yus Inc., illr~:':y ti, ;•~d insiCc ir,'orm3- tic 1 to fiL~~.c1~1 ::P31Y5•tE i l::'i~ Lr~~. C: C~ : ~:n C51i717"cii d 1.• S to .tud~;c'Cc.r.st~sjcc .T3;::;er ?.'o;1cy, prc_iCing in-,,::,::b;atan, dirccicd t'.;at t?,c v. iicl Y. i'.1 :.:n:'.,nt to ct-out $1 niliion•ritiintcrest,L: p.:i%'to.~llt!:o~es.tollu; chz_:dLi ^ett stock fr.)tn July 11 toJuly ]F 1572 LLWy'e:s in t~ e eiL-s ::ctiun , ~uil (•stirracd t`: nu7,:)cr at .90. Tr~e North C::rolin3 eo;nra: p is one of t`e 1arEesl cita: ctte . ~o i+:\•c:vc•d in pet foo~s,liq or, crrcal,. . ~ 0 3 0 0 n o 2 1 9 4 b
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50333 8255 , Xi Co -73 S.P.1 . I!,i^ C?.'.>s .:~. PT.MF`'.' "" v7. Coi-73 s.^. Y U. `.) MYERS WNO SAYS YOl! OMIY LIYfi OMCE? ,.,• ~, ,{~ t~. int:cn• 0`:~' t7 0 r1 •t~ 2 t 9 6 3
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RJR CLASS r:0. PA1•':'iiLET i~\'IILo 50333 8258 LoRemunn, H. ; Bergmann~ L. (Univ. Kolr., Bot. Inst., Ger.) INFLl1FNCE OF #aiGiIT AI:D MF,DIL'?i ON THE PLATItif; ?:I'FICIEN'C1' C`F ISOLATr.D CELLS FROM CALLUS CULTUR?:S OF NICOTIINA TAI::+CUM ,.t- ._~4 *(Einflul3 von T.icht und 1'edjiA auf die "Plating Efficiency" isol.iertc: Zellen aus Calluskulturen von Nicotiana tabacum var." Samsun".)* Planta• 121 (No. 3) 283-92 (1974) (in German with F,ngl.ish sur..riary) *1975_, No. 15, W 5426* *d* Tobacco chemistry_(manufacture)_(3};riculture);_ 0 3 n 0 n 0 2 19 6 6
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50333 8257 RADON/RARIX AIR--POLLUTION--PARTICULATE MATTER/LIGHT/TOXIC CHEMICALS/ CARBON MONOXIDE/PESTICIDES--TOXICOLOGY/ODORS/NOISE/LEAD/RADIATION/CONSUMER PRODUCTS/ AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/ASBESTOS/FORMALDEHYDE/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PUBLIC/ CLEAN YOUR ROOM! A Compendium Describing a Wide Variety of Indoor Pollutants and Their Health Effects, and Containing Sage Advice RA 576 L C& A 982 I to Soth Householders and Statespersons in A List the Matter of Cleaning Up, AND INCLUDING EDMUND G. BROWN JR. Governor of Experts Who Know What They're Talking About ALICE A. LYTLE, Secretary State and Consumer Services Agency -RICNARD B. SPOHN, Director A Body Chart 0 February 1982 03 n n~[~ UE:~ IIH 9~ A Consumer Clean-Up Kit AS WELL AS JW Department of Consumer Affair;
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s 50333 8256 -1 Luht. QC Bouma, Pieter Johannes, d. 1917. 495 Ph;sical aspects of colour; an introduction to the B study of colour stimuli and colour sensatirnn=. Eindl,oven. Philips C:loeilRmpenfabrieken (Philips Jndwstries) '1'e:.h- »icil and Scientific Literature Dept. (194,",j 3l2 p. dtacrs. 2-t cm. (1'hilips tec•hnEcal )ibrary) Translation of 2ileuren en klcurindrul:ken. v 1 1. Color. 2. Color-seilse. (fieries: PLilips' C!«ila»>l rnf.;bri.•i e:~. n. T., }:indhocco. Technical iibrary) ~ QC49il.13a9ri --- 535.6 (; , Llbrnrl• of Con;;re.~-'i ' a 3 n o n c) 2 1 9 4 4 l7,Ot 10j i
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50333 8261 QC k~5 E Evans, Ralph Merrill. An introduction to color. New York, J. 1Ciley, 194S. x, 8&10 p. 3Uus., 15 col. plates. 23 cm. "General bibliography": p. 325-827. 1. Color. , QC195.E8 ;,35.6 48-i 6`, Ltbrary- of Cone ess i53e 2, U:; 1 96 9
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50333 8262 : I tA$ht• Walsh, John William Tudor. • Photometry. t?d ed., rev.l Lolulon, Co»stable 5" p. tllus. 24 cm. 1. PttotomeU•y. 2. Photometry-lilUl. Y QC391.11'3 1933 ~-1> 533.`? 53-311G4 Library of Congress J j53f5j o~ n n n.. 0 2 I 9 7 0
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50333 8220 RJR CLASS NO. PAPti'JiLET XI. Col-76 s.p. LAT$ett Croup Incorporated New York, N. Y., U. S. . q Llr)t, vrhich sells Aloo doq tood Lhrough its cessfuIly• revitalized the "economy" ses• . AUen PTOducts Co. unit. aras t.he tou- ment of the doR•food industty. tM - -- -._... _. s e n aamitaeturer tn the U.S. at the time of tts n a t on, e aomnvssion oun a a c. . e me ~ prreF.se by v:.".at s w L~n: L;,eat ~~fyeta perk'a acquisition "removed from indepen• rlY,ts about fJc million. of which $~ i Prior to the ac ;iisi ~on dent competition a firm that could have suc•- wxa gocCwill. ' . -, ' for f29 S million 1R Col-7~' LIGGETT GROUP ORDERED BY THE FTC TO SHED ITS PER!: FOODS UNIT. S'?' Liggett Group Inc., News Release, New York, N. Y. (1976) (In English) *Abstr. in: Wall St. Jour. 1976, 'p. 7(l~fay 24, 1976) * _IjtlrALt. 8TRLRT ocnaa: atoflRey~xte. '- ~yf argued that a•'premium" canned. Raymoad J. 11uuiYarL uR,ett's pr+ WASHIYCTOY ~ett Cra~p Inc. must ' direat Itself of iti Perk Fbods Co. tmit be- food sueh. at Vets. arhich•Perk.producta- and chief executlve ofticer, defendrd eatrse the 19s9 acquLsiuon may have reduced Howeeer. the commission rejected this quisitlon. and said. '•The- ootenti3l I ` e- ^)petition in the dozfoud market, the Fed- ~itw• citing the Supreme Court opinion that nny. that could. re3ult from a di.e ; e. _a Trade Commasion ruled. n~nablv-- interch.~eable" :-produ~ts tan't (nowl-determinable and could I The decision upheld the tentative di.esti-- must usually be-cvn4idered in the same nitieant.': But he said that •'exccept : ture order tsyt:ed tast year againjt I.igRett product market. In -tight~ of thnt cu!inq, charge . against - earnln„~.':' a di+e . by ao b'TC administrative law Judge~ -_ there Is no question but that all dog food wouldn't materizlly affect tontinuing Perk Fooda, orl>; m~31y k towtt as Rradr.should be grouped with a single line of corn- ings and operations. Foods Corp., a~:u the sixth-ranking dog-food meTee." the FtC stated. . In ib 1975 annual rrport; LJe;,ei v st nt 1 of D 3l Its t I dd'ti th t d th 1•th t s 4 the second largrst dog-food maker, with 167a " .tankinR company in dog•food sales. With the addition of Perk sales, tAe company became 0 3 n 0 n 0 2 1 9 2 8
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50333 8268 i Ligtit--Chemica3l actioms see Photochenistry O `~T'Y- _ . ..7N - I . -. _ , _ ...~~.- . .- 0:~ . n n n-n 2 I9 76
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G9 b 1 G0 U U(1 £ t1 r:hox .:a;I 0 'r;;o-4p.o.r;, Fu3 t-rx1{ "c+- V E U:St . -:~ a.J . ._._._....~v .:....f...J~.:.°Cl ~ -'~ ...:a_..._ . !. .~ ~. . ..:.~ ~. • SRC~J~.z[? t1~i~ oDa"nos ssc~~I ~ lls.s? £TH / X ~ hSZB EEEOS I
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50333 8224 RJR CLASS NO• PAliP11LET XI Col-76 s,p, XI Co -7~i Lig+gett Croup Incorporated, New York, N. Y., U. S. 1 ;;t~ETY ~+OtiP •~?RDEiuiB =8T Ti1 E #ZC 1'O Si{ED ITS u?M FOODS UNIT. S+ Liggett Croup Inc., News Releas2, New York, N. Y. (1976) (In Englisi *Abstr. in: Wall St. Jour. 1976, 'p. 7(:Say 24, 1976)* -;ea e p uc n n e r m an c ci ro s : eral Trade Comrnasion ruled. reasona v•. tn erc The decision upheld the tentative di.estl- must usuatly be • considered in the same itificant '; But he said that etco : ture order Isst:edtast year againit ligRett product market. In lighh of that .ru:in;, charXe . a;~ainst • earnir„",':' a d . by an FTC administrative law judge~ •" there is no question but that all dog food wouldn't materially affect con.inu Perk Foods. origln.iliy known aj Fteady. should be grouped with a single line of cont- Ings and operations. Foata Corp., w ts the sixth rantint; dog tood merce." the FTC stated. :' • In lts 1975 annual report; iJr manufacturer in the U.s& at the time of its In addition, the commission found thal that as of Dec. 31. lts tnvestmenl pt:rc?asse by ti:' a; s ~ L~r t.,^,ect; & 5f,ers perk's acquisition "removed front indepen- ~•as about i]s million, of which t: for i29.S million. Prior to the acqaisitfon, dent competition a firm that could have auc%wAs goodwill. L&5f, which sells Aipo dog food through its eersfully- revitalized the•. "economy" seg-: ~ : ment of the dog-food industry." Allen Products Co. unit. aras the fourth- ~iswat sTRC.n;oc~..a: ltellR~~ ~ argued that a• "premium" canned. Raymond J. 5tultigarl~ uRqetrs WASN[YCTOY=i~~ett Group Inc. must ~~{ divest Itself of its Perk blxods Co. trtit be- food such_ as. Vets. whleh•Perk.produees. and chief executive otflcer• defende tause the 1969 acquisitlon may have reduced Howeeer, the commission rejected this quiaitlon, and said. '•'IT••ec ootenti~ ; Competitlon In the dozioad market, t1:e Fed- riew, citing the Supreme Court opinion that any, that, could. resulc trom a d Is 't 1 ow1-d t r inable d o 1 d t h bl t bl " .rankinR company in dog-food sales. W1th the ' the second largest dog•tood maker with IE% addition of Parlc sales, the oompany became ,'~.aFket . J r4 N\" J ~j ! 0 3 ~ a n 4 2! 9 3?. ~ . . f, • .. \
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50333 8271 QC 451 Light--Propagation. S Sears, Francis Weston UNIVERSITY PHYSICS, by Francis Weston Sears, and Mark W. Zemansky. 1964 1028 p. 3rd ed. Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Inc. Redding, Mass. 0 3 n n n 0 2 1 9 7 9
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oe.o 7i4 oA4 i~r 1r~~r RoR.4 riar RF- , ~,t ~GTit 0~/i G GD.V7~ o A/,41o,*.rv RC.e; sa 7' - ,47,CAcrPonr~cs/ TR~sw.ro# eEkS"' ~A ocsof~4i*sS • ~CGELFRAT/I Nl~/lPI~A~lr~Iif~T~,~ t~.IVT~/cL d Kl~IL/QNI1,~ ~. ~E!/GL/ -11. y• ...t ._ ,~ _ .. .3 ... . . 70 /f~o N T"K 7Y cc _-~ r . "-.-a . ~ ~ ~~. . .~. .... . .~L n o 2 1 96 7 HARRY N. NORTON
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50333 8251 i (in English) -The publication of Yolume'2 of Recent Advances in Tobaeco Sciencay V I To-7 6 S.P. ~ continues the policy started with the symposium held at Beltsville, LEFFINCt.'ELL, JOHN C. /SVTDISH TOBACCO CO?fPANY/LIt',GF.TT & MYERS TOBACCO C0. / TORACCr~--QIIALITY--AROMA/TOrACCO--QI'ALTTY--NITR(1CEN/TORACCO--FLAVOR & nnnfi/ TORACCO--CIIE?iICAL CO"fPOSITION--QL'ALITY/TOrt.CCt?--LEAIIES--PlTYSICAL PROPEpTTES/ TORACCO--j.?AXES/TOBACCO--TERPENES/TOBACCO--PIIENOLIC ACIAS/TOBACCO--LIPIDS/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI To-76 s.p. Tobacco Chemists' Research Conference, Nashville, Tenl;., U. S. RECENT ADVANCES IN TOBACCO SCIENCE. VOLUME 2. LEAF COMPOSITION AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES IN RELATION TO SM0KING QUALITY AIiD AROMA. Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 30th, 5 papers, 135 p. Nashville, Tenn.(1976) t b TS 2240 To 1976 Maryland, in 1975. This volume contains five outstanding lectures presented at the :30th Tobacco Chemists' Research Conference in a symposium, "leaf Composition and Physical Properties In Relation to Smoking Quality and Aroma,` held at Nashville, Tennessee, on October 18, 1976. Each speaker was invited based on his expertise in a given area, and each discussed a broad area of the subject within a relatively short time. 1976 a 3 n 0 n 0 .2 1 9 5.9 6 REF TS 2240
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L.rsd .1 Ia,...lUy a./ SuiJ hycid.fr 1970. V.i 14, No. J. 106-t1J 50333 8265 DIFFERENCES IN THE MOTIVATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE OF HEART RATE AND PALMAR CONDUCTANCE: 80 I I Ey-81 S. P. TWO TESTS OF A HYPOTHESIS' ROGERS ELLIOTT! BRENDA BANRART, AND TERRY UGHT . DayNwertA Co/kSe The bypotbesie states that palmar coadnctance (PC) !s paeticuLrfy sensitive to the collative (arousing), while heart rate (HR) is particularly sensitive to tie action-instigating (activating) properties of etimutus compounds. It was predicted, and confirmed, that on the Stroop Color-Word Interference Test HR would fall with increasing dif6culty of task, while PC would concomitantly rise. It was predicted, and partially confirmed, that PC would rise while HR fell in antidpatton of shock. A recent paper concerning the motivational reports of stress or strong emotion); wLerei significance of heart rate (HR) (Elliott, PC was oppositely responsive. Taylor and 1969) contained the suggestion that HR and Epstein (1967) reported data exemplifying 0 3[1 0 t1 O 2 1 9 73
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50333 8281 VII LIGHT INTENSITY IN AUCTION WAREHOUSES AND ITS UnA EFFECT ON GRADING AND PRICING BURLEY TOBACCO. Gooch, Ernest D., Jr. LIGHT INTENSITY IN AUCTION WAREHOUSES AND ITS EFFECT ON GRADING AND PRICING BURLEY TOBACCO. S.rpt. 1964 38 pp. Kentucky Agr. Expt. Sta., Bull. 693 (Filing Code: 7-1) Univ. Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky U:3 n n no 2- 1 9 R 9
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50333 8270 Q:-i '?0]. ; j,:~.i&trPhysialogi.cal effect-4ongressea Allen, :11ary• Belle, 1J??- ed. Coniparative biochemistry of photureac•tive systeuis. New York, Acad-mic Pre-.s, 1960. zxii, 4.17 p. iNus„ diagrs. 24 cm. (Symposia on comparative btol- ogy, V. 7 ) Includes biblioi;rnphies. 1. Biolorical cheniistry -- Con,:resses. 2. L'ght -- Phy-slulogical eRect-Congres5ea. t. Title. (Series) Q,H301388 vol. 1 ~ 6 74.191 Library of Congress 120i d 3.o 0 n© 1 1 9 7 R fi0-11?G_1 cY>.G:._~ " . - _ 1
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I 50333 8267 QC B 1 rk: Light--Absorpt3.on. 6oskir i 3, J. ~. L, ~+ ~ Ee And J. 0. 14Aakenz~ie ~t1YS ~CfilMT~CRL 11gASqREM'i5 AT H IGH 7£MPERATtIRES. Butterworthg Seientif.ic Pubt{ cQt;Ws kortbn i ~
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CICARETTES--PILTERS---pOROSITY/TOBACCO--SMOKE--gILTRATION/ 50333 8242 VI To-78 S.P. RJR CLASS 2:(1~. PMPHLE:T VI To-7R >..p. 0.; i' ~ tilir'titt ~iers~~~h:>~rrn~=~h. , 31L1rIt~n9n`, N. C. , i3. S.) E511,'•Wi iU:. OF !UC 0 F V['::7 l1.V1 IOti A":p ITS i'1'1'I CTS ON .`'Vl1KE C(1';Yi YIELI)S FOR TIP-VENTIL.1Tf;D CI(::1RETTFS. Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 32nd, paper, Montreal, Can. (Oct.30-Nov. 1, 1978) (in English) *Keywords:* carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent: nicotine, smoke, constituent. The rate of gas flow through the various flow paths In a tipping ventilated ` cigarette may be expressed by an "Ohm's Law" resationship over a wide range I, of conditions. Hence the relationship can be represented by the equation t'}: PD s dQ x R,.•here pressure drop. PD, is like potcn.ial difference; flo.+, dQ, Is like current; and R is "resistance." Thus, a nUdel clectrical circuit, analogous to the cigarette can be set up, and the effect of varying the i cigarette paraneters on the degree of ventilation can be reasonably well predicted by rsanipulating the resistances.. Comparisons of predicted and i measured degrees of ventilation are presented for three types of ventilated filters. Dilution measurements are r,ost conveniently carried out on unlit ~ ctgarettes but the unlit and lit r•..casureients appear to have a lincar cor- relation with a stooe_of I and an intercept of about 5% of dilution over a _ 0 30 n n n 2 1 0 9 0 I t
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50333 8282 Liaht Metal Ag1, October 1973, 31 (10-11)6-8,10 74 XXIII Re-74 THE ALUMINUM INDUSTRY IN THE UNITED STATES, EU°OPE AND 7// JAPAN. 0 3 n tl n n~ 1 9 9V 0
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50333 8273 Ref. 4Lisbt absorptioa- Measuremeiits, v. 2, pt. 1. Q C 123 Ha l::ZtiC£:UC!? Ul:f'. by J. Sciiorc»11er. V 5~s:n~eT-VeY1~; Kcs: 1,:k G3 n ~ n 0 2 1 9 R I
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. -_ 1 i v. dfaers., tables. 28 cm. At head of title: Landolt-Bdrnstefn. Previously published under title: Pbystkallsch-chemtsche Tsbellen. Includes bibliographies. > (Continued on nest card) j 51-16ss ,a8r55ki, 50333 8278 Cligtlt filtera. v. 4, pt. 3 Landolt, Hans Heinrich, 1831-1910. Zahlenwerte und Funktionen aus Physik, Chemie, Astrono- mie, Geophysik und Technik; in Gemeinschaft mit J. B^.rtels let al.l und unter vorbereitender biit«irl.-ung von J. 1)'ens [et al.l hrsg. von. Arnold Eucken. 6. Aufl. Berlin, Springer, 1950- 0 3 ti 0~~'~ a1 9 8 6
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50333 8269 ~~Ught--F:,nissian--Cheu7istry, V, 25, Advances in enzi•niolor~• and related subjects of biocliein- istiy. v.1- New York, Literscience Publisliers,1941- v] illus. 24 cro. Title var:es: v. 1-2, Advinces In enzyniology- anrl retated suhjects. Editors: v. 1- F. I'`. Nord (with C. H. 1Verkman, v. 1-5) Beginning with v. 2, each volume includes tndei cumulative from ~. 1. Library of Cvngress 1. Enzymes. x. Nord, f'riEVirich Franz. ISSJ- ed. QPGOI.AIA3 41-9213= 0 3 n n n 0 > 1 9 7 7 jf3r371s}t I
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t ~ht-•Yaycbophysic,. 50333 8272 1. Color. , 4c 4y5 M Murray, Humphrey Desmond, ed. Colour in theory and practice. A new ed., rev., enl. and re-written by R. Donaidson land others, London, Chap- man & Hall, 1952. 860 p. tllua. 27 cm. 53-622 1 QC495.2+iJ3 19523 535.6 T_~Y Library of Congrea9 `~ (21 U 3 o U n'r) > 1 9 , n
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r , - . 13 ~ZM 11 nce, •9s- s.p• 1 ~ )~s.°` ~ii 16iittl~~+;f~ ~~. • ..~.i~rs.-~"v^+'y. . -a ; ~ P .. ~ y~ U 3 0 ~ n n 2 1 9 R R 50333 8280
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. N r 50333 8275 TOAACCO--SMOKE--TAR/TOBACCn--SMnKE--r•ARRnN MONOXIDE/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--GAS PHASE/TOBACCO--SMOKE--'VICOTINE/ 80 I RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 IX Te Tes ~/Lt EVEN IGliT CIGARETTE S HAVE WEIGHT. *(AucFF Leichte haben Gewicht.)* Test 1980 (No. 6) 530-33 (1980) (in German with English summary) *Keyvordss* condensate, smoke, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent; carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent; nitric oxide, smoke, constituent; Anti-smoking article by German "consumer reports" type magazine alleges that German Industry 's emphasi$ on "light" cigarettes is misleading. , Also proposes usage of an additive "deleterious substances index" (exact formular for calculations not supplied, but includes "condensate", nicotine, CO and NO). Also includes table giving that index, as well as "condensate", nicotine, CO and for leading German cigarettes, including C.1.`fEL, REYNO, MARLBORO, etc. - p• 3n A n c~ J j q~~ ~ . . -• . NO
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, S_ i . 50333 8285 I ALUMINUM/METALS / AMERIC.AN INSTITUTE OF MINING, METALLURGICAL AND pF.TROLEUri P:NGINEERS, INC. , TS 555 Am 1977 ARCHER LUM [E"o I + MCo)L~11R N t~~ SPONSOFED BY EDITED BY K.B. HIGBIE LIGHT METALS COMMITTEE BUREAU OF MINES THE METALLURGICAL SOCIETY WASHINGTON, D.C. 20241 ~ OF AIME PROCEEDINGS OF SESSIONS 14 FWEY'ORK,~E1h''YdRI:l00C1 ~ 106th AIME ANNUAL MEETING ~ 3N ATLANTA, GEORGIA
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50333 8266 72 YII F.e-73 JOUR. SOC. COSt4ET. CHEM. 23(10) (1972) 657-78 S•p• ~ The Movement of Aei osol Particlcs I i iti'IL.I.fAhT LIC:IIT, Ph.D." 4 Syrtolhis-Thc AfOVENfEXT of an AEROSOI. P.1fiTICLE, subsctlucnt to the initial \'E• LOCIT)' intparte•d b% its sourct-, is r,oterned lrrimarily by the in0uence of GkA\'I1l', ! Dl:AG, I\I.IL7IA, llIFFUSIO\, and FLECI-I:UST:17-1C CIfAI'.GF.S. Thc comLincct cfTc-t of Ihcsc futccs c!rtctmiocs tltc path a yarticlc lc,llut.-s. If this I,ath Ltir+Fs it su0+cicnuy near to > sutfa(c, it ma tollittc with that stuLttc and hc dcpositcd thcrcon. Of spc•: ial intetcst htrc i; thc pussi•blc t!clhsitinn upon stnf.+res of the Locly, thc I+:~it, ar+d thc U.'r) t::eet. Fach of Ilhcsc fnta•s atay tic chatactcrizcd bs a dimrt+ki.,nlrss pararactcr %.hich is rca.lil} drf+ncd :+u,l t:J,ul:;tc•c!. Front an ccarninatiou 411 Ihc ntnnetieal taluts cd thcSr pit„n.rtcr•• tlr, rclatiw iu+putte nce of cach factnr r,:a} bc ju+i,;.d for a giscn ca.^. Thc Ii1.tlihuuJ of a IQrticlc L_ino rlcl,".itcd ufvn a f;itcn surl:tce t:ta% ::I,o Lc cstiraatcd. l'he ttitic.tl s::ri.+;,lcs w•hich runtrnl thc tnotctncttt arc fc,nnc7 tu hc t1+: si/c a++d dc•n,itc of tf-e inditidtc+l p.-rrirlc, its irtitial stlr.rit~, and the %clueit% of the suttuun linJ- ait. 'I-Iu r 1.64) ' t,c adju.trct, s:itl+in lin+it+. su as to tend to f,tumote dcsitr•d tirrusitiun ofthc I,articLs, or to Inctrn! +y una ~ntc,1„Jcl,+.y~iml~ o:; n n n o: ~f '•~
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50333 8274 ?''i' nlil-CG't D ;t ~:~Cf;(? F~ .r~;,l. goieultura7 .lluckt!ing Sert•ice. Tobucc!o I)ic•ision. U. S. :4 Light air-cured tobacco market review. lj'tt0hington. / °•59,-G 7 /p?c. 27 cm. annual. 7ssued in parts. Issued -1982, pt. 1 by Froduction and alcrketing administra- t1on, Tobacco Branch. 1. Tobacco manufacture and trade-U. S. i. Title. 11D913-1. A3824 338.17371 Library of Congress " t60rJ7cil 5~-•>o~,_c~ 2 0 3 0 0 n:0 2 i y~,
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s 50333 8290 ~ 757 -LIGHT AND PL.rWA G'Wd'1'1H. 1 v Veen, R van der. ~ Li ght and plant hrowtL, by 1:. van der Veen and G Meijer. iLinclhoren, Iloll;uul, Philips' Technical Librru;;" 1959. 181 p. illus. 24 ctu. Includes bibliography. 1. Groa-th (Plants) 2. Piauts, Effect of light on. z. Me[jer Gerardus, joint author. n. Title. Qli 757X43 581.5222 eo --i 7]~s - C Library of Congress 1E1j301 0 3 t1 n n t> >! 9 9A
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50333 8291 L 76 XI Re-78 S.P. Cttt!/1GA : RJR CLf.SS '!0. Pf:'PtIL~T 7C XI ke-78 s.p. Daily Scnzti„cl Pcvi::, ('.r,t., f, n~da LIGflT PPCCECTS f.RE GP,It,1::G STRE+:GT11 FDP, C.nTli F3EEP l1':e CMAPETTES Itt Daily Sentinel Rev. 197E, n.p. (July 24, 1978) - in English 0 3 c1 t1 n-c1 2 1 9 9 9
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50333 8279 L'igbt hqdrocarbu a ana],y-is, I _;I .":~ (_/ V ~ Committee on Bui.adirne Specifications and Methods of Analyses. Light hydrocarbon analysis; analytical metliods compiled and testrd for the 0Ilice of Rubber Reserve, Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Edited by 0. 11'. Burke, Jr., C. E. Starr, Jr., and F. D. Tuemmler. New York, Reinhold Yub. Corp.,1951. zv, 639 p. lllus., tables. 27 cm. Include9 bibliographies. 1. Hsdrocarbons-Analysia. t. Burke, Oliver Wallis, 1010- II. Reconstruction hinance Corporation. Otlice of Rubber Reserce. us. Title. ~ '• TF2~t8.H9C6 • ~ b-t7.2 ~.r Library of Cone ess 153u71 ~ 3.n ~ n n ~ i y R 7 51-143A:, L - R
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50333 8294 I Ref Ql) 281 En 43dgbt Scattering OF PG:,:Jr:r.R &CIE?'i.E T1::.arX;hC+~„^'Y; PLASTICS, Y.c.SII'S, F:U3ibEM, FIBEF,S. /.'7' v. 1564- '/0 Intersc'.eiice (F!i1cq) Ncw York 0 >A U 0 2
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50333 8287 PARTICULATE MATTER/ELECTRON MICROSCOPY/LIGHT MICROSCOPY/ MICROANALYSIS/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC• /p1IBROSCOPE & MICROSCOPY/ SNEET ~~ NBS Spec. Publ. 533 1 1. TITLE AND SUBTITLE pq QC y~Aofceedf ngsZof tRe ParticleTl~na ysis Session of the 451 • 13th Annual Conference of the icrobeam Analysis Un Society, held at Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 22, 1978 7. AUTNORtS) Kurt F. J. Heinrich, Editor !. PERFORWNG ORGANIZATION NAME ANO ADDRESS S. Pubircatron Date April 1980 i. P.rformms Organization Code 1. Perform n` Organ. Report No. 10. ProJect/Task/Mrorx Unit No. .~~, ANATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 11. ConuacVGrant No. yGT MASNINGTON, DC 20234 Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 80-600033 ~ This document contains a series of invited papers on the subject of Particle Characterization. Part of the material presented here was pre- sented orally at the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the Microbeam Anal- , ysis Society, at Ann Arbor, Michigan, on June 22, 1978. The publication . describes microscopic and analytical techniques for the characterization of single microscopic particles. Applications of these techniques to pro- blems of general interest are also included. 1 --~-••- -• - Biological fluids; electron microscopy; electron microprobe; ion probe; ` light microscopy; microanalysis; microdroplets; particles; particulate matter. ~ - 0 3 n 0 n o~2 1~9 9j5 )
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--- 50333 8288 MICROSCOPE A1:D HICROSCOPY/pNO20MICF.4GP.API;Y/DUSTSy-r : QD 139 ~tc ~ 1913 , s- rF,, `'.e PAMPI C.L..~ A-TEAS Edition rl-"Cwo Wcirer C. McCronc _ John Gus!av Delly An tnelclope.dia of [cc'iniquta for tmal[ particle iJcr.ti jcafinn ' VoluY7-ic IT . . ,V,r1izci.pIes and Techniqucs ,.. J.._% •": A .~... . ThE'. ]:-jiqtl16 , Vol.u~~~e XII I . . ~ . ' . . Tl~c )Jl.c:ctrc)n Micro scopy Atlas am-l C:.: bi) ;- s.:~.:: i~ c:c; pU3L I £".f'11S I t:C. ~u f ,t 'GAN lE1C Fl , .. t.,..i. \/ •i ._l~1 -.~ ~l(~rrl..l.(~i7A,(.S.R.I./. j . 9 6
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r 50333 8263 C,y+n{r . M*• ~f T4 f..rn ~. w..4~.r~•r•d 4.wi rc ~ 80 II Ey-81 Pulse Transit Time: Relationshi fo Blood : s.P. P Pressure and Mvocardial Performance P.al'L A. OsRifT.'~i1~~~:tiri 1AyES A. MCCUttttt~. J. STAytaOaD HI:TCHESON. AVD J. LEE HOFFE! V ~J.-a!Drparnwrwi .!i Is~rAi.ny .wa .tnriMeaoks.. ~J.-a! SrAo~o~l. G'.nvrsin af.ti'ortA Ca.diwu. Cwopr/NJl I , . 0 43 0 AiSTRACT The Purpoee a[tbis research wat to e.ataate. i. Mneas wbjats, tie degree to wbicA put.e trae~M time (PTTI cov arks with rstolic (SBrI and diastolic (DBP) blood presar+e. and the degree to..tikb PTT i: sensiti.e to s)mPatbetk faQueaces ao m. ocardW Per[ortoaore. Six shdhs were pertonoed iavolvteg 11i.oung adult maks. In a11 subjeets, ardbvascviar activiq~ was aoessed ia both the resting state and during three strrs.ors: the cold perisor, a poroograahic .wvie awd onsip~akd shock avoidance reactioa time task.l'be stwdks diBend witk reep.ct to .rleee a. tee arterial trer the puke wave was traaednced. wietAer blood peea..r+c was a~easwred inad.dy or aoo- i.vasi.dy, and wbetber the olocardi.l sympathetic ~ were iaact or .et. It was observed tkat rTT eovaried quite eos~tewth with SBr bat ren isco.aisteotly with DBP. 71e des ree d coaetatioa was i.Boeoced by tfe iodividaal'f tYSCti.ity awd, witi DBP, by tbe t?pe ol strs:. R'T w as appreciably isoeond by .qo~61 eympabetic esdtatSon and te a le..v dep.e ~ by vascular daw • p oces~es T~e os~.f PjT as an Indes a[ eiood press.re and ® yocardl.l pertomuroe b DESCRIPTORS: yftiftie 7traasitt tioe, Blood p.e.w~rs, N~~xardtal pertartaaece. Stres. ~a ~ pC/.~~_d
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"- -k.. -- 50 333 8276 ~..,~~....•...._..~•. .... _ .., r_ •- I i . -_- r `f,OMMERCli%L- iN-IUSTPif.L C'.TNSTRUCTtG`1 ESTi!1IA:•It•:G & E1Gt"aEERi"::, STAN!TA R Dv- GO7EitC1P.L - 151DUSTFlAL i.ONST!';UCT1Ot. ESTiM ATlC~ Ci E: ENG:f:EERI :G STI:t:UARCB 4V6WG011tS7fMCTI4i! iST1ALAI1tuG tf. ENGMIEERfNQ &TANOA.RDS PROCESS Pl_4'.TCO.`lSTE;UCTION ESTIMATING & E:'IGINEERtNG STAN[3AROS-40{• 4 PROCESS ESTMPT1'#G s EP:GIt,;EER!°;G STF.P:D:,m_; _ ~fc: l .5 ALkA'UAL PUSLISHF.I) BY MANUAL F::EI':,,RE'? °'Y { ICtiiARDSO\ L'I.GUNEEP.Ii;G SERVICES, IflC. ~,TERI:ATIO:dAL C0~'ST'uLT;.C:7 n:V.1L~'-Tc' . ,~ f ~ ~ -Or 71 9 I 0 0 , . y. 17 TE~,U?. - r. 10021 TF.Cn - P. 0. SO.-, ..6 10 DO;dNEY, CALIFOR:*+IA S0Z41 DO',iNLY, CALIFO".::IA 90241 213:927-0512 213:927-0519 ~" ~i~ 4~ }iA_NUAL COP;PcTGHT 'Y9~-7, RILIiI,-RDa05 EtiGINEERI-`:Z; SET.VICtS, I`7C. I r
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Qn 471 Ke ~.1ght~~'`catteri.ng ~c. 50333 8297 Kerkar, Hilton THE SC42~I ~:itING UP LIG.3T AD 01`E'ER ELECrRl3,1L4G?:ETIC RADIAtION 1969 666 Pages Acadmic Preas NQ.+ Yo:k y . --a•-.- -,.----~ -.-. ~~._-. .:-r- - 0:~ ;~ ~ nn 2 2 b 0 9
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50333 8286 i -'L1teait aici°u~-cv:;; . American So•:ictl- for Testing Materials. Syrn;PoEiuin on )inLt nnicroscopy; 1>rese>>ted at the fift•, fifth ann;lal ,oeeting, (fiftietlt anniversary nieeting) _1n1er: can Societv for 7'c~tilqr Materials, New 1 or{;, N. Y., June ~. 1N•?. Philadelphia 11953] 126 p. Illus. 23 cm. (1tr Snecial technical publication no.' 143) "Committee E-1 on 3fethods of Testing spocsored the symposium. Incluiles bibliographies. 1. Microscope and microscopy. r. Title: Light roicroscop.•. (Series) TA40G.5.A47 1952 620.112 54--;+1" Library of Congress 0 L71 o 3 n n n r~ ~ 1 9 94
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50333 8301 4.ieht scatterine. Oster, Gerald, cd. 1'hy:ic:d tcclinifjiicsitk Li !_ic::l tr ctlitcd by Gcralu Oz~ter tar,ik .1:Zltur 1\'. New Yurh, Acaticmi, Yress, 1:t55 - /v. 1nus. 24 cia. Iocludes bihllograPhle.. (,'o17L?i78: •. 1. UJ41ca1 tc~l~iilyu.~s. 1. Rlotog-lcal reseurcb. t. Ibllirter, Artbur 11'ag„ 1J03- loilt ed. n. Title. ; QII315.0S ` ~ 57-1.Oi2 bI-1105t; LtUrarp of Cougress (20, i o;;n0 n0 2- 2 0 o9
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.~...- =-~~...,_ ........____ _ _. __, ._. - - . _..._, a.', ..v~e •_ . .. . .i ~ .'a 4% 4 _. E _ Z6L8 EEE05 w["--+4 -z3-v- T-t- k " uu
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.; _ f . 50333 8300 76 III Ok is like chimney smoke. . ~ ii *Abstr. (in Japanese) irLx Nippon Sembai Kosha Chuo Kenkyusho Kenkyu i tiokoku 1974 (No. 116) 80 (1974)* Note: Tobacco smoke is not mentioned in this article. Smoke mentioned 0'kada, T.; Kitani, S. . ~ *(No affil.)* SOME STUDIES OF C•C~TT~•INC MEASUREMENT OF~1~ O~S~L PARTICLES. Funtai Kogaku Kenkyu Kaishif , 163 (1974) - in .Tapanese ! i .. » . ~.. . ... .. _ ~,~ _ . .,.•. r
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50333 8302 . OPTICAL STU D I ES OF AUTOMOTIVE AN D NATU RAL HAZES: SCATTERlNG FROM S{NGLE PARTICLES (FINAL REPORT) Authors David T. Phillips, Ph.D. Philip J. Wyatt, Ph.D riru;; 1, `? .'S71 Sur?orted by Environmental Protection Agency Air Pollution Control Office and O '~ In I n n 0 2 2The Cqord3,nating Research Council, Inc.
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F 1: I 50333 829b AEROSOLS/LIGIIT SCATTERING/____'":;::--.. _ TOBACCO---SMOKE--PARTICLE SIZE t)ISTRIBL"rION/TORACCO--S*!nKF.--AEP.nSOLS/ DUST/PARTICLE SIZE ?'EASURE*iENT/ 549 Fr SMOKE, DUST 1977 . AND HAZE FUNDAMENTALS OF AEROSOL BEHAVIOR , S. K. FRIEDLANDER California lnstirutc of Tecbnology A WILEY-INTERSClENCE PUBLICATION ~ 3 t ~ n 0 2 2 9OATVt7ILEY & SONS
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I OD 139 '.rtc 1979 2 C. MICROSCOPE AND `SICRASCOPY/ PHOTOMICROf:AAPHY/ The ~.'ARTICLE ATLAS 30,4dition Two An encyciopedia of tecbniques for:mall partkle identificotion 0 13 I 'Z'C~ 4 , 50333 8289 Volu.xxle V ~ vbght Microscopy Atlas and Techniques ann arbor science PUBUSHE SiNC.,M4~f~ P.O. *Cx 1425 . ANN IIAHOR. M/GHIGAN q,0b mA". : ~ : 0 n 9 7 Walter C. McCrone John Gustav Delly Samuel James Palenik
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*ight acattering.- 50333 8303 PovOI.T, R. S. AtdIMI.1'5YS Oi? PO.YDISTRyL' BY TEC:;aIC(L,NJ. (13tia Catholic L1:..varaity of fsvYicc, Theais.) 1966 75 pSZOD Univcrsity Kicrc:ilcse Ann ArL•or, 0 I i ~:? U I I
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- , . ~_..a_.....~ A ?:X ?'.cF-li-731-74 50333 8284 Light Metal -Age 29(3-4)10-15 (197.1) . =. F.ECENT D3ArFLOP'tE*1TS IN T1iE HA2ELETT PROCESS FOR CO:JI'I`IUOUS CASTING OF .ALL',1i1NL^4. SHF.ET Avn r.oD. - :'~6>?.: •- ~ s l," d0- OR SE~'ERAL ycars the Hazclett Fprocrss hcu been in commercial operation casting aluminum strip. The process has ahways attracted a great interest because of nvo prime assets, Eigh production capability and veisa- tait)•. svhich give it grcat potcntial tur- Ct^_larly in the expanding aluminum fidd. Recent dcvelo;-rtents in the ezter daigrl as u-ell as e.uting techniques bave made it possible to utilize the pc- tential of this process in the production of wide strip as wcll as rod, whie't are the two production Arc=s wherein fully eontinuous c:sting can be utilized to its gre:test zd.antaga no::le. Tt.c Nlodel 14 and the similar sSV1wnrtn -t ,rarcnrnn:: Y 0 3 n 0 0 0 2 1 9 9 ? FJG. 2. Tund[sh box and metal feecrenD in the mold, the nozzle i> segmented into sevcral pieces. Asbestos board material such as teurinitc and nicoiet arc u>ai ior noz- a1e nuterials as well as trind:,h lic-rs. Castable tundish linine have a:o t:cc t used with vnic succcs; hut us•.:-".Iti• cause distortion of the tvnd'sh s~-ii because of exces.rve h-at trr zs;cr. Because of tht fra_-ile nature of as- bestos Eoard, and the ertrcme cz:e which must bc given whcn for use, other matcriats are r,,rrcr.tiy being teste3 for snouts. Fuscd sitica, such as Glassrock his b::n us-,1 su•- ccasfuily in other castir,,- orrrzr':rn; and its adaptation ofa wide snout Eor the Nazelett machine appears s•ry
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50333 8307 ~ QD ~ 281 i Light scattering, No. 13 J Jour^r.1 cF ?`c*iy+n^r Scaerice, FL. C Fa'_yz.4r S}VOosia, I<o. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 1965- Intersciprr.c (Wi1w) 2'ek York 0 o 3 7. 2 tl t S i S
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>LxrFaawrNT.+t. eN[, 15, Gl-S1 (1t0ri) 50333 8277 Light- and Electron-microscopic ChangBs in Central Nervous Tissue after Electrophoretic Injection of Glutamate A. IfAxeFXFl.n AND I:v:s. F1F>;oV:A liercl•o„R Lctwnttorics of tLe Biological Jcience3, CaliJornia ln.titute of Technology, Pa.•odena, Calijornin P1109 Receit.•cd March 10, 1971 The electrophoretic injection of glutamate into the cerebral cortec: of the rat caused a lightly stained area coni-isting of gto-ih• s-.rolkn tissue clemencs in light-microscol-c p'eparatiuns. In elec•tron micrograr•l,s some of thcsc structures could be identificd as pres}•naptic termin~L: and den3rites. _U-o perinuclear and perivascular gli:il material :iiowc•d grcus swelling. The nerve cells in the lesion were heavily stained in the light- and electron-dense iu the c:vctron micrographs. This area was surrounded by a ring of dense tis=ue containing darkly stained nerve cells and moderately swollen apical deudrites. The mrgnitude of the spot of grossly swollen tissue r•lemc•nts was found to be prolrortion.^.l to the cube root of the cutrent u!ed for iontophoresis. The size of this --pot was slso n function of the glutamate coucentration in the micropifvttc uscd to deposit the amino acid. The s«-elling of the ti!zsue elements was reversible. but the d!irk nrr.•e cel:s did 3_ 0 T 0 nqq re/q~•er~nd J%c•rc~cn~-c•d~T:he sitnilarit~- t~etalcet~ ti, `"darl°' cells in _._ < , 1' „r .. .,- . . ~. .~~ .,. ,
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a - -7 VArX t1/ 76 2 , ~ •- t~ 1,~ ~G~ ~ ~ ~ L~~..l ~~n P w'L`,-.'" malc-.•.~ o n © • NEW }A~WMINU~dI ENAMELS A revolutionary advance in the procluc- tion of porcelain enamel for aluminum has Just been announced by Ferro Cnrlroration of Ckvcland, Ohio. Now available for the Rrs,t tinu are aluminum enamel frits- the I feed rates of from 10 to V) feet per urinute. The single-head modcl shown hcre, with 25 hp. totnlly encluscd fan-coolerl belt-drive motor, will accommcrJale shcet ntuck up to 22-inches wirle, any lenvth. Otl:cr widc-belt rnodcls are available in various Le1t .vidths, with single or multiple grinding heads. For heavy stock removal and precision sizing rcquirements, niachines are furnC%hrd with higher hp. abrasive belt drives. Standard work-piece height capucity is G inches. For further information on the EngclLerx W-H serics, write 1:nRclberg. Inc.. 831 West Fayette SL, Syracuse 4. New York. --- t M A --- PORTABLE EXPANDER Grotnes Machine \\'orks of Chicago has designed and faeduced a powerful cotnpact eipander, on v.heclc, which ennhics the user to have the advantage of several machines at the low tost of one machine. The expander. )\todcl S-N-60-25, is com- pietely self containcd, and requires only a l•onnection to an external electric twwer source to operate. \VeiFhing leta than 2,600 Ifa., the machine develops a drwwbar pull nfP5 tV. afy wit alicht modifications in screw rod and nuts. ne hydraulic systeC has a etern-out hole; dou!.le pluh button sre provided for safe operation; electric operatcd solenoid control.; drain hnle; an, every p:ul of the unit cAn be reachcd (o emy adjustment and maintenance. f'latc, sizes 14' x 30" and larl;cr. Full informatio: may be had by writing directly to Americs, Die Casting Machinery Co- 1744 \V. Win '-~ c. ~.:......, in trr:....:.
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72 111 Fe-i2 S.Y. THE REVieN' OF bClEN7iFIC 11STR:."IC".CTS 50333 8264 ti'OLI:AIE: 43. KUASBER a - Design and Performance of the Lovelace Aerosol Particle Sep2rator'` P. kOIRAPPAt AND M. l;. Lw~-tr AUGUSr 1972 fia,wR Prodad IKhalaliort Laborc:oriu, Laelaet Feund<aion/or J1eGIca1 L:dutatirn aRd Resca-e:+, Albuqeurque, New 3ltrieo 87108 (Received 16 August 1971; and in firwl form, 31 March 1972) The Lovelace aerosol partide separator (1 aPS) provides a continuous separation of aerosol particles in the rnicron and submicron size ranges •.ecordinE to their aerodynamic equivalent diameters. This ne•,c device o~es the principle of centrifugal separation of particles in a spinning apiral duct. The LAP; is easentially a spinning rotor driven by a mutor at a desired constant speed. An aero_ol sample ir drawn into an expanding spiral duct through an inlet at the axis of thc rotor and is cntrauied in a laminar stream of clean air and drawn by negative pressure through the channel. The particles are deposited according to their aerodynamic diameters along a 46.2 cm long collection fcil lining the outer .%a!l of the spiral duct and the very small particles on a 5!ter at the exit end of the spiral, thercLy pro% iding a continuous separation of aerosol particles in the entire size rat,ge of interest. The device I+ relatively inexpensive, rugged, easy to operate, and can be driven either by an induction-type household motor or by a more elaborate centrifube dri.e. It is suitable for ~eparating serosol particles for s variety of l:uti oses in- eiuding analysis of aerodynamic particle size distribution, preharatinn of mcnadi5,xrse psrtic•.es, measurement of densities of spherical aerosoi particles, and measuremcnt of pa-tic',e ahape faetoa. Because the centrifugal forces are directed toaard the collection foil and cause the collected particles to be held tirmiy in place, the instrument can be used to eoilect large samples Kithout tib-nificant change in calibration or resolution eharacteristics. 0;~ nn n* n 2 1 9 7 ?.
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i , 50333 8311 Li;ht scatterin~--`~ibliorl'sph3'. Ff sh~~ n, ~trer 1t~ LIGFT SG :T'~L:1!;G BY C(?I:LO"•;;F :,YST~'-~ .. . AN AiiNUT::'ft-.U Fij`~L7C'G?.rlxti'I. Janunry 1957 6!, pnoos Tachnica2 Servica Y.uboratorico Rivor tu:;e, i+ew Jersoy. 0 o3 n n n 0 2 2 0 1 9
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50333 8306 LASER DOPPLER VELOCIDtETER(LDV)/PARTICLE SIZE MEASUREMENT/ , PARTICLES--LIGIIT SCATTERING/LIGHT SCATTERINC/11ETERODYNE SPECTROSCOPY/ OPTICAL HETERODYNE SPECTROSCOPY/ AEROSOLS--DROPLETS/ U.S. NA'fIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS SPECIAL PUBLICATION 412. . . t 549 Un AEROSOL MEASUREMOENTS s~ . 1974 The Proceedings of a Seminar on Wayne A. Cassatt and Aerosol Measurements - :: Resemary S. Maddock, editors , ...;: ._, - May 7, 1974 Sp J sored by Analytical Chemistry Division ~ Nationai Bureau of Standards Institute for Materials:Research , ; IYsshington, D. C• 20234 National Bureau of Standards sad u. J.A9.191A_4_'_V1 "c ,4,..,e Washington, D. C. 20234 Food and Drug Adminlstratio~n Washington, D. C. 20204 • U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Frederick B. Dent, Secretary NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, Richard W. Roberts, Director •issued October 1974 n ft.- n,o 42 2 0 t.. 4 aQ~.. P ~~
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50333 8293 ~ ' 82 III Br )OIJRtiAL OF THE OPTI L SOCIETI' OF AMERICA VOLVIRE stl, ta'1tBER 11 /4S C \O~'EMBE=.. ~ :t Photoelectric ight-Scattering Photometer for Determinmg Hig ^olecular Weightsi. ' - R A. Br:ICE. M. HALR-EI, A7.'D R. SMISLRt '* FwrlerA Rcaioad Ru.wcb Loboratory,t Pkiladelykio, Pe+teryloaoda . (Received Ma.• 22, 1930) ' . A pbotoelectric photometer designed for the measurement of absolute turbidity, disaymmetry, and depolarisation of dilute solutions of high molecular weight materials, and hence determination of their molecular weights, is descn'bed. The photometer comprises essentially a monochromatic parallel prima~ beam of radiation, a si:-sided acattering cell for measurements at 0, 45', 90', and 135', a multiplier photo- tube and galvanometer, a standard opal glass diffusor, and removable polariter and analyzer. Turbidity is determined in terms of a ratio of deflections for the 90" scattering and for the primary beam reduced in iateasity by neutral filters and diaused by an opal glass plate. Working relationships leading to determi- aatioo of absolute turbidity arc developed. These relationships include corrections for refraction and eeQection effects, and for imperfect diffusion by the opal gfass The latter is evaluated by comparison of the opal glass with reflecting diffusors corrected for specular component of reflectance. The response of some multiplier photo-tubes is shown to be dependent on the plane of polarization of the incident radiation. Data illustrating the performance of the pbotometer include comparison of molecular weights of polystyrene fractions, beta-lactoglobulie, bovine serum albumin, (ysotyme, sucrose octascetate, Raleigb's ratio and depolarization for ben:eue, turbidity of a"atandard" polystyrene, and particle size of a GR-S latex, with data obtained by other methods or other investigators. U 3 n n n o2 2 0 n I
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50333 8313 ~..-c~..'.idYl...M.....~. ~~ @D 5 49 ''L:PhY scyt:orin;---Iastru~::ntUticn--'?iblio~- ~ F Ffshr.,an~ r; er M.. ~ LIC i?' S•".n`lTERS.iL^. I'sY COLI,O:'I;!:L SiS'FLF' . l3N Alil:vlllLi:D i) Jl?,l.Tl.Ji!':e.FfSt. 3anuary, 19f)7 84 Fegas TeGhnic-i1 Sfrvice Lnrvratorica P.ivor Fuc;e., NeW Jcraby. O 0 3 n ~ n 0 2 2 0 2 1
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.. . . . y ._. ,.....~ ~ _ .~_.. _..._._.--.. 50333 0314 I ~ZD ~~Rht st:::e_in ; b; cclloic ~l syste.~. 549 F bn em:ot_,te^: blblicn:: phy*. Fishr~~an, ~f;rer Ma uT S^I:T':ciUt',:• 3i G1:,LOL^LL SPSTF.%;3, ~ HOL1CC7u:::U, January 1957 84 ` Te.•hnicol .sr:ic.a La'aoratc,rias RSver F3ge, Nsv Jrrsay. ~ -•- ;. U~ n 0 n o 2 2 U2 2
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}!I:SOF.PTit)N SPI:C,TI'.OSCOPY/COLOR A2:1) C0L(1RI'.lFI}'i / 0PTICAI. IirT1s:7PS/ SPECTF.0P1?JTUP;L'TRY V.5 & V.10/LIGHT_ SCATI'ER.~i~.^,/I~I.TR!,1IOLt:T SI'};CTROSCOI'i ,V.5,9,1^/ VISIBLE SPI;CTROSCOPY, V.5,9/FLUOPI`.iI;TRY, Y.5r9/FLI'OR1:SUNCE AN.ILYSIS/ x-RAY DIFFRACTION, V.5,10/MICROWAVE SPF.CTI:OS COPY/T!'::P,I1`I1'I:TRY/ QD '".~`RE, ATISE Q~~ E~.I~II~.~,~rr.~,~C~~~. C~~I~lt`r~'R~~' a1 Ko - 1966 PanT I TIi1's01:1r AND P1tACTICE YOJ.liMI: a _ SECfION D-3 Optical Methods of Analysis . )\TrrscrENCI: PUBLISrIEP,S /9(~ e division of Joln ICiley & Sons, Ncw Yorh.-London-~Sydruy ]F:ditcd by 1. \I. 3M1'IIOFF Sd,ool oJCLenris!ry, C'nirersitr; nJ,ilirnnfaota and PIiILIP J. EL1'I\G Aclrnrlrncnt of Cheinistry, (ir,i:crsity of llichisin tiith the assistance of ER\]•:ST B. S:1 \ DP,LL SchooloJCl.emislry, 1:r~i~crai:~ oJ.liir.ru:c~a O .) o 1 l l/ rj J I o t 1 6
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U G Ar! < U. U U U'F Q --- a•••~ ~.a 1',d,~~•~TraC~l"'.`.l "•f. n',7SUQ Z: '==1~t G`~~`2?U~,~^1a'}~ l..~s LY}~C`}^}t?3a1 'Fl{~~'. ~ tlEe EEEOS .A; J
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iE 50 333 8305 ASSOCIAT(ON ti1MI5SION rmotion) ON ENE Ediror; Series I ,kSSOCIATIOSr I-I'EE r _rypa.rr.P/.41. a / PARr:aA s r~tc--- D~ ery~TOxi eoLoG.~f'ARticl,c~ si~6 r~raw M1eROs L- /sfrE/!l KRE/YE'NT~PARri 0-c.Es --.A, iR Pa-%rticle Size Anarysis m sw, in Industcial Flygiene LESLIE SILVERMAN, 1914-1966 Late Professor of Engineering in Enrironmtntal Hygiene Harvard University School of Public Health Boston, Massachusetts CHARLES E. BILLINGS President. Billings & Gussman, Inc. Waltham, Massachusetts MELVIN W. FIRST ProJessor of Environmenral Health Engineering Harvard University School of Public Health ~ ^ 0 a7 o ~ f n Ops1oO7, A'I4aclQunj 3 i,uny (Deceased) i !~'T _ 7 :itrAJ~a +F.....T.~r...r.
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Zight sourccs. v. 4, pi. 3 Landolt, Hans Heinrich, 1631-1910. Zahlenwerte und Funktionen ausPhysik,Chemie,Astrono mie, Geophysik und Technik; in Gemeir,zchaft mit J. B1rte1s tet al.l und unter vorbereitender riitwirkung von J. D'an< tet al.l hrsg. von. Arnold Eucken. 6. Aufi. Berlin, Springer 1950- v. dlagrs., tables. 28 cm. At head of title: Landolt-Bornsteln. Previously published under title: Physlkalisch-chemische Tabellen Includes bibliographies. 0 ,in n n c> 2202.6 0 (Continued on next card) bl-1Cu` - ,38r55k1~
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50333 8319 :_ 1 61 L Ught tet,.11191.ClIid. v. 4, ]=t.• j Landolt, Ilans Iieinrich, 183;-1t40. 2ahlenm erte urd h'un!-:iol:en aus Physik, Chemie, Astron, mie, Geophysik und Technik; in Gemeinschaft mit J. Barte tet a1.1 ur.d unter vorbereitender :lfihvir:fung von J. D'al get al.l hrsg. von. Arnold Eucken. 0. Aufl. Berlin, Springe 1950- P. d!agrs., tables. 28 cm. At bead of title: Landolt-B3rnstetn, Previously published under title: Phyalkalfsch-cheiniscbe T3belle Includes bibliographies. (I) (Continued on next card) 51-16( ,58r55g1~ U:3 0 0 n 0 2~ 0 2 7
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, ~G~r~or~~pa,cAk rro~--lvATE'!?TER--YpA A u••ry~ Kl,#TER -- AA' A yr iS1jPFCTRo PN/To#r,eROD sPF&TROsd~p.~~~tTRA!///t.ET SPEGT~Ol scf~//FL~OrQ~rt~ve~ /J4'/!A yt JSo~ Jt 6I~jRT f~/frllER~A~6/~O~ *RD0. IlPAop/y /~ivD R B soRPT~ •~V sw~ a TR ~ °' 7' p N Instrumental Analysis ~ for 0 n Water Pollution Control Khalil H. Mancy Editor Professor of Environmental Chemistry School of Public Health The University of Michigan
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fv r- QD /'i(1e; iiOLECULE REACTIGNIS/ QUAivTU'.•, (:H'iI?S^.'R'i/ LI(:aT SCA':TQ.',Ii (;f 453 An /1'ICO:i!?CO\D SPrCTROSCOiY/ -MM13RA'.:rS/ GEf~ETIC COi)t?f LI!; i,:if 1975 /l~i1;L'TICS/ PHOTOI;LLCTItOi•' SPL'CTROSCGPY/ GAS TaiASI?/ INTERFACES/ POLLUTIOc:/ ST?ZATOSPiiERE/ PUEL.".•/ I,~~YLr7Ci? Oi•'TIC:1i. ACTIVITY/ RAAtANI OPTICAL ACTI-\'ITY/ FIarO'lS/ ANNUAL ,T~J1~.~, REVIEW 0=s lYSICAL CHEMISTRY ~ 46 VOLURIE 26 1975 11. EYRING, I:dilol' ANNUAL REVIEWS INC Universily of Utali 4139 EL CAMINO WAY PALO Al.10. c-ALIFCRNIA 9a:!v, 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 3
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50333 8320 _ TOBACCO--SMOKE--PHYSICAL PROPL.TI[ 81 IX Rel R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Research & Product Dev. Depts., Science Information Divisfion "LI6HT" TOBACCO. A Collection of Material. ~ 0. 0 3 ~ o n 0 2 2 0 2 A
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50333 8323 XI ToB2-81 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PA?tYhLET XI ToE2-81 s.p. ' Austin, W. T.; Garner, S. W. (N. C. State Univ., Raleigh, N. C., U. S.) LICHT UP Ol BUTT OUT: AN ASSESSMENT OF ANTISMOY.ING LAWS IN THE UNITED STATES. Deviant Eehavior, 1, 395-410 (1980) (IN ENGLISH) Eased on an analysis of statutes from all 50 states, this research addresses questions regarding the extent and style of antismoking laws. L:amination is also .ade of the nature of public settings, vhere smoking is prohibited. Trom a theoretical perspective, these aims are guided by several postulates outlined in the sociology of law literature. The prevalence and styl. of antismoking lavs are related to the relative degree of urbaniiation in each state and to the type of social interaction, personal or impersonal, expected in various settings prohibited to smoking. C 3 c14 n n 2 ?.a31
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50333 8315 WATER/CRYSTALLIZATION/POLYMERS AND PnLYMERIZATIO:Q/PEA CTIO`3$CHEM REACTIONS, CHEMICAL--LOW TEiPERATURE/FREE RADTCALS/SOLlTTIONS--NnNELECTP.OLYTES/ LIQUID CRYSTALS/FtOLECt'LAR CRYSTALS/CRYSTALS,LIQL!In/CRYSTALS, MOLECULAR/ LIPID FILMS AT FLUID INTERFACES/PYRQ;!fETALLURGY/LIGHT SCATTERING FROM LIQIrInS/ : RAMAN EFFECT/ <„.. A1~NNUA3. REVIW EOF, 1976 PHYSICAI. CI~Ei~IISrT'RY . B. S. RABINOVITCH, Editor YOLUML' 27 University of Washinaton H. S. JOHNSTON, Associate Editor University of California, Berkeley 1976 Vw ~ LTO. CALIFORNIA wWG t 0 3 J71Vb SaI-%JR;Y,, j1s.Vciye+ditor ~ University of ;'l'ashin-ton vr~- i !
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`L' 4.53 We 1972 50333 8308 .. , l:Itt:41T SCtTTERT'vq/A;ICROSC(sPi A.1n ifiCf:OsC(1:1•r HICRGti':SVL: SPECTRnSCOPYf ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE/}:-Y 1`.'L'--SPi.CT::,)'~!~ TR~ / NUCLEAR MAGI~ETIC RESO~tANCE/ JECHN(QUES OF CHEMISTRY %vt.UME I PHYSICAL MFT; fOpS, ~ 60F CHEMISTRY MOAIORATING FOURTH COMPLkTlLY REVISED A.*7D AUW(FM'ED ~ MTIO!1 OF TECHN?71QUE OF ORGANIC CHENLSTRY, kOt(,9¢ f, fNYSICAL NETHODS OF ORGAVIC CHL-SLSTI:Y f.G'nd 6y ~ ARNOLD WEISSBERGER _ AND BRYANT W. ROSSITER /Cexaree [,.boratories Fnsernau Kodak Company Rochcster. New York - PART III ptieal, SfiectroscoPic, and Radioactivity Methods ART IIIA tnlaferomeny, L'r,6t Scatteru+g. Microscopy, Miaowaoe, and ' Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy 0 3 ~ n n 0 2?. 0/ h 1 WILEY-INtERSCIE-NCE A DI%'ISION OF 70HN WILEY & SONS, I New York - Londoa - Sydney - -~--_._
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50333 8332 QD 281 ~f ..Lignans. D Doan, F. :d, Nt,TU:? +LLY CGCUI-:Rl"a; Ov"i:;EN RI'_:G C)* t'C:~"?1)S. 1963 ~S5: r. Eutterwortha Lon-ion --•~_.---°-- 0 3 n o n n 2 2 0 4 0
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..,...~ .:~ ..~_._..... _ .._ _..~ __.._ ... .~ ....- ~~Z~..r , Published by ILLUMINATING ENGINEERING SOCIETY 345 East 47th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 r ~t , __.---A.--~-----_- r.~ ..._..,...._,...~.....~_... - -- I R : . ,• ~ . . An't°rlCc lr! FL~~~tOa'.-l _pr;:-  [ tiLl' r1 T f : [ < < " t LyLc~.~.,'~..a~~=~'~ ~ V .,. ~ RP-7 Sponsor 50333 8326 rV r ~ ILLIJ: ;~1ATIt~~ f,-- ?i~ c ri :m G. SOCtETY Approvcd March 31, i965' i Reattirmed June 26,1970 !- AMERICAN Cs ATtC:'AL STAEvDAFDS INSTITUTE 0 3 0 In n n 2- 2 0 :4.q
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Rew e;:rI. me~t a I 50333 8304 developments in h# . SCdtfei'>{nG+ -A ito•.1 r &l.10J C Ross,t§ R I, Addleman$ and J L Eldridget t Research 1)chartmcnt, ICI Plastics Division, \Velwyn Garden City. Hcrts. j Deparinwnt of Mechanical Engineering, Impcrial College, London SW7 iMCSti~al_ rnor~Lc~!t~ '. ~I ~it: ~1,* SO.c'U:: it,; :~~cr I+.n of time, uodcr varinus wt_cl:anical co:,d!1i0n.. t:;ult c A new snd ir,,p:.,•red instrum%,r,t cutcrj;ccl as a these dcvelopmcnts. It oticrs the possibi!ity of r.:corNtuv- tk relatke anaular distribution of scattcrcd intensity by p!,:-st< graphic means. It maintains the czistinr f:tcility of rc.;<.rain the prn%•cr spectrum on a flat phcaocraphic p!utc. and i addition, it is also equipped with a circuLtr cameca. 2 Description 2.1 Optical !nyout In order to eliminate vibrations and cnsure stability for a least the period of time required for one cxpcrimcnt (up t( several «•eeks), the scattering instrumen: (.cc fivura 1) ha been mounted on a 4 ton block of reinforced concrete supported by four pneumatic dampers 2(Ccm:ntatiot ~wr..+~ ~„~ai.sYw:-' ~! ~4u~~:f JQ~-t .~~ . ~' n n e 2 2 0 ~?.
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T 50333 8334 Q 123 Lignans. K Karrer, Walter KONSTITUTION UND VORKO?IIYIEN DER ORGANISCHEN PFLANZENSTOFFE. (Exclusive Alkaloids.) (Structure and Occurrence of Organic Plant Compounds. (Excluding Alkaloids). 1958 1207 p. Birkhauser Verlag Basel und Suttgart. Q~ 0 0 n 0 2 2 04 2
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.;, Ik.ar., Rapla-el :tiATUR.A.L PRODUCTS, A 1.A!SC::ATi .:Y GUIDE 1969 3«1 Pares Acadeaic P.-ese ir'eN YarL U,`; r) ~ n~`l. 2 0 4 1
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(in ; 50333 8329 VIII Pr-7'' RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VII? Pr-77 s. Maxwell, J. C., Jr. (Maxwell Associates, Richmond, Va., U. S.) "LIGHTING UP" LOW-TAR CIGARETS HAVE BECOME THE LEADERS OF THE PACK. Maxwell Assoc. (Maxwell, J. C., Jr.) News Release, Richmond, Va. (197 English) *Abstr. in:Barron's 1977, p. 9+ (Nov. 28, 1977) (in English)* OW-TAR cigarets are j,-i spurting in - popularity, ~ despite the meager increase in i overall consumption. This ~ year, smokers are exptaed to ; light up 1ti5.5 billion, which .:y feature onty 15 misli=rams o~ ; less of tar. 'up from 105.4 bil- lion in 1976. That would mean a 3895 jump over last year, compared with barely a 1.6% gain for all types of cigarets. ; By year's end, the low-tars. or
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TOBACC0--SPtOKE--PARTICLE SIZEbjsTrtBt.&'rior1 l 50 333 8322 RJR 'CLA.SS \0. P11'ff'llLET VI To 79 s. p. f:. mr r , R. M. VI To-79 .+orr. is, Phi.l.i p, USA Res. Cen., Richr ond, Vn.,[T. S. ) S.P. Y};F. LI{:?tT Tfi11::5:•'ISSIN: OF CICA2:TT1: S'101;F. A.tin ITS CA':Tl'.I:,l'Tt(1:: TO T:7 STUDY (IF S:'1N1C KI::Z.TICS, Pt:fiTICLE SIZ::S, A:iT1 2aTM,CR OF PARTI.CLI .. Tobacco Chesn. Res. Conf., 33rd, tape, Leaington, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 1"7i)- (in F.n-lish) The light iransmission analysis of cigarette sooke during a 9uff Aaa proven to be a simple method of studying the rate of smoke generation, its particle size distribution, and the number of particles. Aerosol generation reached a maxlmum at about one half second after the start of the puff as a consequence of re- distillation of volatiles formed between puffs or those added to the cigarette rod. The light absorption of smoke trapped in the cell at the end of a puff continued to increase after the puff as a consequence of the agglomeration of particles in amoke below 0.15 um to larger sizes that sore readily absorb light. Light pipes Installed in a cigarette rod have shovn that smoke particles were ~readily absorbed by passuge through the rod, although particle sizes do not grow app*eclably after 1 cs behind the coal. For a blended 85 ®lbigaret[e, exirl is.oae had a number average d of 0.25 yo and an N of 1.7 x 10 particles/cm . (This smoke varied in diameter from 0.23 Nm in the initial puffs to 0.28 um in 'the final puffs. ry 0 3~ n•~ 2 2 0 y~ ~
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50333 8316 72 III >CL Rt, Air--i'ollution/ sP. - & //. ,4trZ,. . Scw; . 39- C~) &9 A Comparison of Filterable Moss and Wht Scattering of fhotochemicnlEy Produced werosols A. 11. 13OC1:tA\ Axn \I. A. liOSTAI: Air licruttrrcg I.ortrd, 434 S-ull; ficut !'erlru .Slrecl, Loa Ariprltx, Crtlijorrtin 9001° licccivcd \fuy 3, 1971; rct,-iscd \It,~• 13, 1971; acr•eptcd Vn}• 16, 1971 1'articulutc comccutrnlinn" nnd uclihr•1omr•lric viQibilitic, of 10 milcs nud lcss, nlcasurcd ili thc Ln-, Anprlr= a:mo•plirrc, 1•„rn•l:llcd rrnartunl,1y wrll ar 1'.11^ = K when u•= l.G:. TLk .:tlne is Fil;iiifit•anll' v Frevte•r th:tn 1.0, avnlur tnuud in uthcr citiCe. Stndics t•r,tulttrlt•tt ilt :on cti~ iruttru:•ut.tl ch:unhcr t u~ c,l lhat n c;tLstnuti:ll purtiun uf 11w ii;tln :catterin~ nt•t.:"d< l,n::lnr,d in Itl:ntuc•h:•utic:tl rc:u•tions i~z nnt cullcctc•tl hr cornvcuti,msl nulrs e:util,lin>; t,•clrttirtitc: titilizint; fi!tcrs. Tkti> >cuu'•tl •ccount for tiutuc uf t)tc dit`icrct,r•c in thc t•aluc /,f r: in the nl,.,vr• visil,ility fnnnnla a/td K1tcrP~ 111:It itij;it•v~,lnut~• f~ltcr ~:mtj:l~•~ an• nt~t II~:ltl~ftlCtul'\ IuPlltud fUr c,1 ittt:,t- 'JOL. niny,i -- ~-~' 1 yiJ
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~1 ~.~ . . .. . _ RJR CLASS NO. PAI•iPNLET..*H-1&5;~ . e n_ Tohacco Merchants Association. Neu York. N. Y.. U. S. -koZ 0 1975; A LIGHT TOBACCO TAX YEAR, BUT RESTRICTIL'c LECISLATICN LE.,yEs 1lAAIC. W STATES, LOCALITIES. - Tobacco Merchants Assoc., Special Report, 1975, 4 p. (Jan. 10, 1975) (in English) *1975, No. 2, W 218* *d* Tobacco economics: . .. . - ~ ./ `~~ C. . ~- 77 ~p+~, n^~ " n 0 ~ z Q'~ 9
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~ Rof. {{{ ~ 123 K 50333 8330 LoilPTO:IC:i:3T' C!' ;i C3biFtx, uer Cw:]i:::'i71 t:.'..8°8;13C`:13i t:c, NlsihE f, £Sid I2o ~ra>V t17}6 vl`.1}1~- 0 3n n no 7:? Q :~ ~3
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50333 8327 SAFETY ?{EASURES/IhTDUSTRIAL HYGIENE/ Infornrouon Shcet,forms part of the serrice to C1S subscribers and Is Issued bt d,e + 74 I In 3 ~ernatlonal $~[upotlona/ Safety and Health Information Centre (CIS) lnternouonal Labour 0(fice, Geneva. Switzerland J1iTERING TANKS AND OTHER ENCLOSED SPACES.(CIS Information Sheet,IIbid, 6) JQdRCULAR SAWS. (CIS Information Sheet, Hroz, 7) A.EXIBLE SWING DOORS AND AIR CURTAINS (CIS Information Sheet, Hbac, 8) .&ESPIRATORY PROTECTIVE EQUIP!?ENT. (CIS Information Sheet, Tiz, 9) ftCONOMICS OF MACHINE GUARDING.(CIS Information sheet, Jz Pym Svk, 10) ARTIFICIAL if:HTINO IN FACTORY AND OFFICE (CIS Information Sheet, Smp, 11) AGEIENT A.VD INDUSTRIAL SAFETY ACHIEVE"tEhT (CIS Information Sheet, Vap Vov, 13) VNAN FACTORS AND SAFETY. (CIS Information Sheet, Puw:sl(056), 15) OISE IN INDUSTRY. (CIS Information Sheet, Bik, 17) ~FTY YEARS OF I:ITERNATIOaAL COLLABORATION IN OCCUPATIONAL- SAFETY AND HEALTH, (CIS Information Sheet, Z: sh(02), 19) 4*IVING (CIS Information Sheet, Bbg jvam, 20) ~ARDS OF MSER BEAMS. (CIS BIBLIOGRAPHY, Bqh, 8) THE4QST OF OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENTS AND DISEASES. THE ~ONO`tICS OF SAFETY AND HEALTH. (CIS BIBLIOGRAPHY, Yom, 7) 0 :3 nn n tl :-2 2 . 0 .3 S
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50333 8328 ~I ~ St7 The Lighting Products Market . .7 • 1. •. .: rn..~•n : ~. ~: ris...,..,. %1 -Lv d~tc 8~ciaE[s - : . C1>i.at~.. .. R..-: t . 3 fi U.~ n(~ ;1 C) 12 0
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TOBACCO--LAtd--AUSTRIA/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--LEGISLATION/CIGARE2TES--TAR CONTENT/ CIGARETTES--NICOTINE LOW--AUSTRIA/ i I T£bak 7eituna FOR LIGIlTI:f: CIGAREITES. .. R.11'. CiJ1SS NO. T;211t:; LAT10N *(Fur leichtere Zigarettcn...)* Tabak Zeitg. 85 (No.14) 2 (Apr. 4, 1975) (in Germzn - E'ng2ish translation available) *Ke;r4or.ds•* plcotine sMoket~d€nst~tuent; ' ..ar, sr.:ol:e, coiis ~ u-.-~ *Note date* Vienna (DTZ) (Sch-er). Cig.zrettec; to be sold in _k,s.y;iA cannot contain trtore than a maximun of 1.2 ng nicotine and 25 ufi tar. These upper linits are defined in the "l,asa against the danf;rrs of snoki.ng," which ia at pre:-:_ under study by experts. The Institute of Hygiene, University of Vienna, determined these boundary values after extensive studies. According to the text of ti:is Iaw, a gradual reduction of the tar and nicotine conten;.: of eig,arette3 would be dEsirable. 1-1?75, No. 23 W 8',_: < 1~p7iacs.o eccncPics; The egt„blis}u-,ent of the above upper linits kil~l resultt in the disar-• penrRnce of the following cigarettes from the Austrian narkct: 1.USTT.I(k' 3. AUSTRxA C, FLIRT, JO:.''Y, FL.riiERS and GI'!'AIMES. Fi'•:DGBS AidD G!.ULOISES koui, ~ also have to be phased out very soon after the law cnrnes into force. The<< measures would mean that Austria would have come into line ditli the re- ~-_,~-- . Comcn03tions of the World Naal.th Or,.anization rnA PVPr f-asl U 3 n n n n2 x' 0 :; 2
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r 50333 8336 ~ ,. 9 6 3 Q . ~_J ADDENDUM - 7s ~r» R,~~ ~ 7s's .~- `... FORMATION OF METlil'L 1ITRITE IN REACTION OFUG\tN WITH A~TRUt;S ACID• ..f ^~~ r~a-.c.5~t~~.~s+;.. ' A. P.'~ll~t'AttUS ~nd ./. ~f.'IfREf ~ t" ~ l:R Dcpartment of Agronomy, Iowa State University, Ames, Ioica, U.S.A. I 0 3 n t1 n 0 2 2 0 4 4
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50333 8335 WOOD--PYROLYSIS/CELLULOSE--PYROLYSIS/LIGNIN/HEMICELLULOSE/PYROLYSIS/ THEORIES OF THE COMBUSTION OF WOOD AND ITS CONTROL 78 III Py-81 A Survey of the Literature Report December 1958 Information reviewed and reaffirmed 1963/ No. 2136 By F. L. BROWNE, Chemist Forest Products Laboratory, 1 Forest Service U. S. Department of Agriculture in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin Introduction ~CJ7r- As a rule wood d es not burn directly {44. T, 114). ? It first undergoes ther- mal degradation~ or pyrolx si~ ~ oT~ e f the products of which are combus- tible ~se~, ~p6#s nor~ni~ts:Z U}Sde~i appropriate conditions the products may ......a be set afire and, if enough of their heat of combustion is rPtainP.4 k,r .ti.-
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.., 50333 8331 1 CHROM.A,TOGRAPH.ZC ANALYSIS--HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHYJ J HIQ'Ii PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROTSAYOGRAPHY OF 81 III Cal DOPHYLLOTOXINS AND RELATEDYLIGNANS ~ DAVID A. C.11ItNl:R, DAVID C. 1. Rttzcsrov and M. 1\ieuntraroANA RAo Depornr,c.r of CbcMisrry, 1'irt 1!1}U POIY/CGJJ17fC IRdI7INJe aad SIOIe Uxrversily, ~ Blocksburj, 1lirtieia 0400 Ans'rnAcT.-A veversed-phase liquid cl,runiatogrxphic system has been developed for the separation and quantitatiun of podophyllotoxin and relc+ted lignaus from crude plant extracts. This method should prove valuable in screening plant extracts for anticancer agents. The largest and most successful plant screening program in recent years has been that developed hy the U. S. National Cancer Institute to discover new anti- cancer agents from microbial and plant sources (), 2). In this program, plants r are selected for detailed investigation on the basis of the antilcukemic activity s and cytotozicity'of .hLir crude extracts (3, 4); thus a plart which happens to contain the same active constituents as other plants which )-ave previously been s investigated is likely to be selected for detailed study. Si ice the fractionation O -~ n ~ o~f plint pd Pe i®lattIn d~its active anticancer constituents is a lengthy and expensive proccss, it n•ou'ld l.ie highly desirable if an assay procedtu•e could be developed to test for the presence of known petivP A-Jttcz 1n tt••' •.'0•• - ^t-•
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I 50333 8352 QR ~t-._ Li8nin5 v. 9. Ad I'.UVA2iC_?S It. AYPLIEA MICP,:SrIbLOGY. v. 1362- T:ew Yo:k, Ac•edmic F:cb3. v. 24 cr.. O o:~ n f~ n c~ ~ 1 o 6 0
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.; _ 50333 8309 ,-~- ~. ~ ~.2 - 7S S.~ ~ ~ ~ G fl E r~r' f t C.~ Wiss enschaftliche Forsc ungsarbeit ~11~s .r- 215f7 5 - SYn ops e J71 TECHI\It• AQ~~f' -a&w Ermittlung von PartikelgriifSenverteilungen in Aerosolstromungen hoher Konzentration mit Hilfe einer Streulichtme(3einrichtung * Heinz Umhauer" 'Lur r clutcllr n Errnittluu~ de: Pnr tikcl~rii[3on. ertciltmtron dis- pcrsor I'lrnu•n in GncStriinuutficn lus.scn sic•h ruit Vorteil f~treuliclrtntcBmetlrnclcn aimendcn. Fur l;nter.uclnuty:en im I3oreich vcrfuLrensteclrniaclrer Fragr•stcllunaen sind dulx•i hinniclitlic•li dr•c priniipiellcrt Anfluiues eir:cr StrrulichtmcR• einriclrtung (al,gc•schcrt vun den roin pliynik'llisclian Anfr~rde- runfir•n) vorallcnt folFencle Gesiehtslnntkte wesentliclr: I)ic• Alcssunl; r.r,ll nnclr \liiglichkcit in dcr jc•tc•eils vorgcp-eherren Stri;munl; urfulgcu• ultue dnfl dieso durc•h den MeOvorfiang gestort .vird: )x•i \locsunrr an Teilstrbmon dnrf sich der dis- perso Zustatncl dc•r I=artikclrr infolgu der Tcihtromentnahme nicht 6rrderrt; es ist anzustroLen, Mc•sstutgen auch lx;i sclrr hulwn Tuilclu~nkonzentratiunen durclrfulrrun vt konnen t cinc•r Kurtzentratiun "vurr 1(N Toilrlwu crnl t,f•cicutr•t dic= cin ilclivulunten mit cincr linntcnllir vou c•ttca 10i! ;lrn. Dic pruzist• AVgt•c,nzrtn_- und Irurnrrgo•rn• Ana4•ucl:tur•f• .r,lrf, klcincr ~'ulurncn ~urlnn; t cinen rntsltrr•r•lu rul Iu,hcn Aufccau(i hinsic•htlich des uptrsclwn Artft,nuc•;. 1),r, Ucriit nwR pvciclrt ,wordon. I•:iclrkur•vcn wcrdort chuclr \Ir "un~, rr an rc- solon (Latices oder Trupfr•Iron dcffirio,tev C:rtiC9o) bz%%. rlwrl. dircktcn Vcrgicich tnit ciner anrlcrcn ~Ir•fintctlrurlc ~cttr iir~ut. Die lanrielrtunq wurcLe inrwiseheit •r.tu 1-ntcrsrtclnurv vor. Dirspergiervur•giingen uuci Desao~lorrrerntiun~rnechanisn ;r. tr:i vert:c•Iriedenen I'c,tstr,fffrnktiunr•n cin•.!c.,,•tzt nnd itu• du Er•tnittlun~derTropfclrcny~ro[keit~•ertriluuercn t~unZ~•r~t;i:rl,,;r• ditsen tmd phnrrnazeutisclrcn Duciernern;olert lrcricn-"ci.r,g,•n Als 13cispiel sei auf dic bislrcrigcn I:r,_,c•imisse der t-nt,;r suchunic cinor groRm•cn %~cci,tnffzersti;ubcrrdii.,c Irin~'.ci~ .:rn Die Dir,e H•urdo mit Wasser and Luft botriclicn. 0 3 n a n o 2 2 0 1 7 _._p,rs.-,
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50333 9349 . L Khim. T)rev. 15, 1~1-1 (1974). 78 III •Pq THFR~SAT. ANALYSIS UDY nF MOnE1. _IlT1IN C~lMPOU!~P3S. TV. THER*tAT. DECnMpnSITI(1N nF .T.UCnVAVIi.T.IN. -' By G. E. Domhur,~:ess~ r. A. Rossinskava; T). N. Pev.-ner anr3 I. E. Kirshbaum. (Complete F.ns;lish trRnslatien availrtble' Y11K 634.0.813A I: 3. 1(O.N6SPr, f. A. POCCIIHCK.af7, Jj. H. AEB3H£P, lf. 3. )CIIP/1/6AY.SI Hrnvtya su.wuu dpeetcuKm .1H .7areu9cuoai CCP TEPA10fPA0lI1ICCKOC IICCd1El10BAHiiC AtiO,QEJ1bNblX COE1l{IIIGIilill A{irlilillA , . Iv. TevnlOrncnAA rllrohoBAHNJ111HA s: Qonyruuo 9. 1 1973 r. 0 3 0 o n.0 2 2 0 s 7
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i 7 aMicrofilm 1193 ~, 1.ignin RoLerte, L, ti. THE 2rttTtA'Ci'+o1/ OF XYt.BM D3PPERMUNMN 8ot. Rw. 35 W. * 201-?54 (iruly4ept. 19i9) O n n o 2 2 05 4
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QD 321 Ki 1980 V . a / CARBON 14LIGNINS/ Lignin EBiodegradation: Microbiology, Chemistry, and Potential Applications . 5~ Volume 1.11 50333 8348 T. Kent Kirk Research Scieetist Farest Producti Laboratory U.S. Foreu Service Us.o.w. Madison. Wisconsin Takayoshi Higuchi oirtrtor Wood Reacarch Institute Cyoto Univasity Uji. Kyoto. Japan Hou-min Chang Professor 1&c haa. tnc. psp.rtment of W o.rf and Psper sciem ~ 90sRagott. Forfida llorth Csaotina State Univershy ~ - - - - Rakijh. North Caroltna a . C~ :~ c~ 0 n6 2 2 0 5 6 i {`f
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50333 8347 76 VI -Se TOBACCO--LIGNIN/ ~• R.1R CLASS N0. PAriPHLET 76 VI Se r Semenova, N. I.; Chenikov, V. V.; Sapovalov [ (Krasnodar Polytechnical Inst. Krasnodar, USSR)- { CONCERNING LIGNIN IN TOBACCO. Izv. Vyssh. VUZov, Piscevaja Technol. 1975 (No. 2) 62-63 (1975) slatibn) ' ~ • , ' . ~ (English tran . . *Keywords:*`_ lignin, cured, constituent. ;R ' 1. The a.daition of lignin to tobacco improves the taste cbaraate'rietioa of the tobaoco smoke. 2. The aromatio aldehydes found in the lignin of the tobacco exhibit strong charaoteriotic fragrances. 0 3 n n(1 0 2 2 '0 a 5
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50333 8344 ~ /Q'1D (3 ~ ~ 81 111 La Analysis of some of the on-cellulosic compounds of~ flax _ III. The determination` of ignin by M. Van Lancker & E. Ve~man Lboratory DE MEULEMEFSTEFi, SLte University of Ghent, Belgiwn. SU11i.1iARY ' I TAe purpose of this iaiestigatiox was to find an apPropriate method for the determination of lignin in f1az. Thirtheen methods commonly used for tJie isolar;on of lignin from other plant materials, were therefore com- Pared on the basis of their ?ienix yield and of the purit,y of the lignias they produce. Most attentioA war paid to the purity; the nitrogen- and erie metJiosyl content being ta{en as a erilerion for iL 0 0 2 2 0 5/. 1
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en<<sdL9Z 99:iT (ES SA~2~$ 'S; i?~ (l~y •d t'tij t!iv.Y3Xi :J .- ..p~ iA~~v yvt1z"1 !1! C7NY 3tlfl.t: l tZE OSEQ E££0S t r?. . /
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~:5o7<ta~uu1! o vl,ntInJ '331l.1nt) °I„~r)ttnlt 'tthnt:n~~ Io ain)?)suI rp.rn~.r3l'[ Jadrt,J tn:i) dl'tcl `tro?sr.u(I ti .o;.rtrotl;) jv.ucrtlj PUt' 'r)ts.raiitc(l 11?D'IC `1'~ ""1't d~(! fijJ'!t""lJ ~`J\I2[Oa 'I '1' •Q Pit'' I[1'Ii\\'2[ 'a\ '1C . .i ,attr_`•a'I hur 'iFolirlla3inraj f lire '~so1n1l ~ J't uol•ut:(Ix:1 I':tu.raiIl O1ts (S(mI) !tt-Lo" •,r.r 'IC •o. ;) .r.fn'41 1I:rc..l•ltl.r :r(1 -IY.tr,lor _~...1..r.-....`..~..~..~~:~_ /J Y . .~~-._ ~.) y ._.__•--------..r- . ~f V ShEB EEEOS , _::
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50333 8353 11 71 II Re-78 Fermentati n and Enzymat c S.P. accharification of+~Cellulose and i6nin Wastes ~ I Stanley 1d. Barnett, Donald Aidala, Chester W. Houstor and A. Ci. Rand Jr. Departments of Chemical Engineering, Food Science and Technology and t;icrobiology 0 3 n 0 n n 2 2 0 6 1 9
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50333 8355 !T_I nul fligain5 (1968) Akkcr, J. A. Vaa Den MECTS ON I;tDYVIDUAL FIGRI::S OF DRYING U`:i11at l TEySIntJ, by J. A. Van Den Akkcr, C. A. Jer.tzcez, r.a4 il. L. Spicbelberg ConsolidaLion Paper Web. Trana. Symp. Cambridge, EnPl. 1965 ((No. 1) 477-506 (19G5) C") ~, 3 0 3 n n n t) > 20
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50333 8357 1 ..7.ftetir,'•s " ' r:, t•0 p, 1.X:.vs. .''`+ c.-" o;~ r, n n n 2, 2 0 A 9
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1- 50333 8351 73 IX Re2-81 S.P./MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY/ z MIT Industrial Liaison Program MODEL PATHWAYS INVLIGNIN THERAOLYSIS Report 10-15-81 Preetinder S. Viiic Michael T. Klein and Energy Laboratory Distributed for Internal use by Member Companies Only. May Not be Reproduced. 9) -AIT 0 3 o d n 0 2 20 5 9 „~------- ___._.--~------
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50333 8338 FORE$1' PRODUCTS t-At30RATORY IAtadison,- Wis. S)7051 • P c FOREST %ERVICE, U.S. DE:F+ARTMEIT CFAGRICULTI:RE «.. .. raees..16us n. I e I A rIl 4-9 (1976 ^rr~~~ aecnnecat Article ''%~m-~ Decomposition of~~}gnin by "hite-rot Fungi II. C~laracterization of Heavily Degraded Lignins from Decayed Spruce By T. Kent Kirk and Hou-min Chang Forest Products Laboratory, USDA Forest Service, Madison, Wis. 537051), Department of \Vood and Paper Science, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 276072) of Iie Keywords Decomposition of Lignin by White-rot Fungi. ]I. Characterization Degraded Lignins from Decayed Spruce Fungal degndacion of wood od dec:y ; ,~ sgnin biodegndation Aromatic catabolism Lignin oxidation PMR of lignins Oxygenases Coriolus vtrsicolor Aolyponu aeceps avily Summary Heavily degraded spruce lignins isolated from wood dccayed by Coriolus rersicolor and from wood decayed by Polyporus enceps were eompared with three sound lignins from spnlce on the basis of functional group analyses, spectroscopic eharactcrizations and chcmi: 1 degradation studies. Results did not reveal any diff,rences in the dcgradation of lignin by the two ft•r.gi. The fun,w- degraded lignins had :nuch lower phenolic hydroxyl contents than the sound lignins, wcre luwer in aliphatic hydroxyl content, and had about 0.2 .-carbcnyl group (.- to aromatic rinjs) ard 0.5 carboxyl group per Ca-unic ("atono:aer" unit). The carboxyl groups were coniugated, approxi- taately one-third being aromatic-con~ugated, ar.d the remainder being ..,r"-unsaturatcti. The degraded lignins were .bout 25",, d.5cieet in methoxyl content, but this ioss uf mcthoxyl 7roups was not accompanied by formation of persisting new phenolic hvdruxyl Sroups. Phenolic hydroxyl gsoups resulting from aromatic 4ydroxy1a:ion also were absent. On uxidatlve degradatior of •ne -------s`qtwle..A ti....... .t......I.a...f ....,.a.....a....a t.........-.,.:a. r-...-.L- r.._..~ -._La ~.-------~- 03 0 0• t1 0 2 2 0 4 6 . . _ . . .,,
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. " 50333 8337 Chemische unti elektronenmikroskopische Untersuchungen an schonend isoliertem Nadelholzlignin Von D. Fengel ~ Iastitat fur Holzfotschung der Universitat Munchen, 8 Miinchen 40, Winzererstrai3e 45 Schl6sselwbrter (Sacbgebiete) Xthaml-Ligain Mi7.led-Wood-Lignin L.iYain-Kohienhydrat- Kompieze Elc~piie Fichceaholz Chemische und elekcronenmikroskopische Untersuchungen an schonend isoliertem Nadelholzlignit: Zusammenfassung Aus F~ichtenholz wurden Athsnol-Lignin und hSilled-Wood-Lignin isoliert. In den Probcn wvrden der nichthydrolysierbare Ruckstand, der Polysaccharidanteil und der saurelosliche Anteil bestimmt. Im Elelttronenmikroskop zeigen gefallte Praparate Aggregate von kugeligen Teilchen, die als :~Sole- kiilktsauel angesehen werden. Als Losung aufgebrachte 1'raparate besttzen unregelmaflige flachige Formert, die sich im Gcgensatz zu den geta:iten Praparatcn tait L'ranylacetat positiv antarben. Nach ciner Behandlung mit Chlor-Chlordioxid sind die kugeli.gen Tcilchen aulgelbst zu schr • icinea Panikela. / (,l, /6 . Keywords Chemical and Electron Microscopical Studies on Carefully Isolated Softwood `~ Ethanol lignin ® S .f Milled wood lignin ~- ' Ltgaia~rarbohydnte- ooatpiezes FJectrun mictosoopy Sprucewood E~ Rolzforshung 30(1)1-6(1976) ~ Summary Etharsol lignin and milled wood lignin were isolated from sprucewood. The unhydrolyzable residue, the amount of polysaccharides and of acid soluble substances were determined in these samples. In the electron uticroscope precipitated specimens show aggreVtes ot spheric:al particles which are interpreted as molecular coils. Soluted specimens form irrecul.r areas wh ^4 in contrary to the precipitated specimens are stained positively with uranyl acetate. After a treatment with ciilorine- gbloone dioxide the spherical particles are subdivided into vary small particles. 0 3 0 n t1 0 2 2 0 4 5
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I 50333 8360 II Dul Pignins (1968) Duncker, B. EFFECT OF DRYING ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF PULP FIBRES, by B. Duncker, N. Hartler and L. G. Samuelsson Consolidation Paper Web. Trans. Symp. Cambridge, Engl. 1965 (No. 1) 529-37 (1965) n 02 j 06 R
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11'ood Scicnce and Tcchnolog,}• Vo1.7 l973) L. 3n3-31L-_~ p bp Springcr.b'crlag 1973 J)le1'aTlc Isolation of Iagnin frolu Spruce by tScitloiysis in By B. ICo'si>;ov,i and J. Pouix Chemiwl Inatitute of the Slovak academy of Scirnee, Bratislava Summary Acidolysis of spruce wood (Pir.a abira) corresponded to a pscudo-first o;der rc•actinn mcchanisrrt. 11'hilc anlt%drous mct hanol is a bcttcr tncJi;nn for %%ood acidolx-~,k tl; i n a nl:vulrr- dioaanc, after addition of f0°o ~~atcr dio.anc bccamc about t%% icr as cfiectivc as nl.thann!. 17tc results are discusscd in terms of acidity function4 (ll).soluLilit.• lar.%n;cten and c1•n- densation effects. Infrarcd spcctr.s of diox.i»c fignius sho%%cvl a siinilir rc-irran~rnicnt oC_olo chain carboxyl groups from % to ;3 position, as was ob.wn•cd prrviowly dutint icidol.•<is iu utethanol. . introduction t I .I i Dioxanc, whicb is in contrast to alcohols a chemically indifferent sol.-cnt, ecems to be cspeciallr intcresting for the isolation of li,nin front plant matcrisi=. Originally it was presumed that ligtun reacts with dioxanc, but lstcr it was ' proven by means of Ct4 lalx•11cc1 dioxanc that no condensation of lignin occurnt3 (Brauns 19G0]. Pure dioxanc is able to dissolve only very stnall amounts of lignin ~. from n•ood. In order to obtain ltighcr yields, acid-type catalysts must be used. ~~ With regard to this fact one may assume that isolation of lignin with dio.attc is r a tti t• l l l id i li ti f th li i i ll l L ;o c nnt rcu ~,n n mactomo c sh c _ y an ac o %t t as ca n- o . ---. __- ------_ ----- __•_.-•---..._ -• ------ - ..,_. _ _. o~~.on. 0 2 2 0 So
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50333 8358 HERBICIDES/INSECTS-- NTROL/PESTICIDES--VIRAL/LIG:UINS/FLAVORANTS--FnRMATIOt~ htASTEk'ATER/'.dATER--P IFICATION/'~tETALS/FERTILI7.ERS/TISSUES--CULTURE/ ytROTEINS--SOURCES( f anana wastes)/ A Publication of the Society for Industrial Microbiology ~ W Volume 20 ' Procecdings of the Gene ~~--„r ®~„e~ ,~~~~,,~~ Thirty 1'iftlof theral Meeting 151 ~~,,,,~~ j~~, ;;;///f~~~/ ~'~'~ Y/~ j[?~J/' Ij`,~~J ~~~~.~ Society for Industrial Microbiolo& De ~~"T Hcld at Houston, Texas 1979 ~ August 14-18, 1978 I1NL(J 'I -STJ Pf,.-,6jTAL ARUNGT 879 IRGINIA /, `~..f~ Ji.J ~`~J+ JFi. ~ j. ~ICli FsnJd./~Jl~ r , 0 3 c~ ~ n 4 z 2 0 6 t>,
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50333 8339 FOREST PRODUCTS t.ABORATORY (lAadi.on, Wic. S7705) A C S Meeting N. Y. April 4-9, 19]6FORESTSERVt%E, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE roved Tcchnica: Articlc pp u 74 Decomposition of Lignin by White-rot Fungi I. Isolation of Heavily Degraded Lignins from Decayed Spruce By T. Kent Kirk and Hou-min Chang Forest Products Laboratory, USDA Forest Service, Madison, Wis. 537059 Department of Wood and Paper Science, North Carolina State Univeristy, Raleigh, NC 276072) Keywords Fungal degradation of wood Wood decay lignin biodegradation Lignin is01116013 Ligrtin oxidation Spruce White jot . Cior141ur vsrsicolor Polyporrs aweps Decomposition of Lignin by White-rot Fungi. I. Isolation of Heavily Degraded Lignins from Decayed Spruce Summary Degraded spruce lignin was isolated and purified from wood which had been decayed to a 4 5 "„ loss in total weight by Polyporus anceps, and also from wood after decay to a So"„ weight loss by Coriolus versicolor. The two purified degraded lignins were not accompanied by significant amounts of materials of a non-lignin origin. Representative sound lignins were isolated by three dittcrcnt non-dcgrading methods from the control wood for comparison with the funRus-dcgradcd lignins. Gel-permcation chromatography (formamide-Sephadcx G-So) indicated,that the five lignins did uot contain material of MW < 6oo, and that the lignins were polydispersc. Th:y were essentially free of ash and nitrogen. The degraded lignins diN'ered from sound li-Inins in being approximately one atom per C,-unit ("monomer" unit) rich in oxygen, one atom poor in hydrogen and 25 ••„ deficient in methoxyl content. Their 1R and UV spectra were substantially different from those of the sound sampics, pointing to oxidative changes. These qualities show that the lignins isolated from the decayed wood had been heavily moditicd by the fungi in a process that was largely oxi- dative.
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.; " 50333 8363 II Du1 tignins (1968) Goring, D. A. I. THERMAL SOFTENING, ADHESIVE PROPERTIES AND GLASS TRANSITIONS IN LIGNIN, HEMICELLULOSE AND CELLULOSE Consolidation Paper Web. Trans. Symp. Cambridge, Engl. 1965 (No. 1) 555-568 (1965) o;~«nnn>za7 1
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50333 8362 QP 501 Lignins, v. 4. C Florkin, Marcel COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY, edited by Marcel Florkin and Howard S. Mason. v. 1960- Academic Press New York Contents. - v. 1. Sources of Free Energy. 2. Free Energy and Biological Function. 3. Constituents of Life - Part A 4. Constituents of Life - Pt. B. 0 3fn n n o 2 2 d 7 n r
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.__ i 50333 8354 NATURAL PRODUCTS, VOL. I & II/ CIIEMISTRY, ORGANTC, VOL. I & II/CARBOHYDRATES, VOL. I/AMINO ACIDS, VOL. I/ PROTEINS--CHEMISTRY, VOL.- I/ALI:ALOIDSa-CIIEMISTRY, VOL. i/NICOTINF.--CIIF.MISTRY, VOL. TERFENOIDS, VOL. I/HYDROCARBONS,POLYNUCLEAR,I'•p/.T , '/AROMATIC hYDROCARBONS, VOL. I/DYES, VOL.Ij_ ; . ./PE'TROLEU"f,VOL.I% CANCER--CAUSATION BY POLYCYCi.IC HYDROCARBONS, VOL. I/ PIGMF.NTS, NATURAL--ORGANIC,`rOl.. II/VITAMINS, VOL.II/STEROI]`^, VOL.II/HORMONES,Vo1.I' LIPIDS--CHEMISTRY, VOL. II/PURINES, VOL. I & II/PYRAMIDINES,VOL.II/ENZY2!ES,VOL.II/ ANTIBIOTICS, VOL. II/FERMENTATION, VOL. II/'LIGNINS, VOL.II/PECTIN, VOL. II/ QD 261 Ag 1975 PDDL >:- ~~~t _: . t ORGAKIC by Cill?!11ISTRY O. P. ACARR AI, ~.,,,r ,r t~ „~ „r~r~y~~ Y 7 Deparlmn~t oJChemisrry ~~ ~ ~~ (~, `~ ~( ~ M. M. Post-Graduate Col:ege, Modinagar. ~~ 7C Uk U.M%ffh11NVk_1 NATUR~,AL FRO"'OUCTS [For Honours. Post-Graduate and Medical S:udcnts oi Various Universities] •VOL,. I & II ~ Goel Publisr~~ing rn®use E SUBIIASH BAZAR 141EERUT-2 (U. P.) 0 30 0 n -0-2 2 0JF% 2 . , • .
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, i . 50333 8361 fe I 1 N. A. MICHAEL ESKIN Department o/ Foods arrd Nulrilion Uni/Cfsity of A1ani1uba Winnipeg, MamritoGa.Cunada ACADEMIC PRESS NcwYork San Francisco Lundun 1979 A SwE.idiary o/ lkmwrl 8rons /k/w~+rh. Prbti JKrs 0 3 0 4 t1..4 22 06 9 TERPMES--R In(;F.yEST S / FEC'"IN/ FOOD--TEXTi1RTi/Fn/)fl--f;nTARS/ T'OnT)--FLAVOR/T.ICr:TNS/ PLANT CELLS AND TISSUES/rT:T.T.ITT.OSF./HF`±ICELLUT.OSE/ FLAVONOIDS--FOOD/FLAVORA:JTS--FnOn/ FOOD SCIENCE AP:D TECHNOLOGY TP 370 Es 1979 A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS Plant Pigments, Flavors and Textures The Che»iistrvund Biochemistrv of Selected Compocrnds
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r ~ 50333 e325 : 74 ... . . ~. . __ ~ .t . ~ 1lrottT:. Tiuehan:m and Ftiekc /1, :) ucing Fac ehromatoFral+hy me.uured volatilce 1 cmnnalinr. frottt «hotc hrrIcsand sho%%cd Ihat taricly, frui! maturity and rircncss. and ~rc intlucncc thc production of volatila. Fl:wor of :p, Ic fruit it rarll. uur to the vJ,-ttorn- • htrL . . . . . . ..... r .r... . . tov 1S15 ti.tG..~.. ... .. . -. ~. . .. ..~_~..... . . . . i ~ . .~. __~_..~___~ ~ _~a-.~........_..... Iat• (;rn1cjr• ~c,l.,~.~~.'~) 3:~i1-Fr}- CI~11, h+~.I~c7?,~ -~ 1I,I;S I- lt~~ CC)1:1) 57OI{1:U -N1CIi\ IOS1I AI'I'LES ' 1 ' ~ ' AS RI;LAI'l:U 70 1'ItUll' ~tAl'UItlTY ~ ct t ~ F.R. F"ORSYTII, C.ll. E/IVI;S; and 11.1. l.fG11TfOOT 203 Conec.rn nrr.trNrrr.•rt oJifNiraltrrrt ~'J!A Ktnrrille, Nnra Scotia. ('annrkt ~ VUL A Kaplxirt dcs tuh.tanccs tolalilcs dcv pammcs Mcinto.h cntrcposiYt an frold et dc h mpturllF dcc fruit.a R/sUtaf : On e taeilll Jrl pnmmtr lt(orlnror/i & dirtrs stodri de wraturitl. nn !rs a ewtre- yotrr, d l'oly d Q'C ruit e.InnrMr:N Yntfnit pnr rnmt dn p•nnt Jr rrt Ju laur d l/h~ft rr tt de la prwlurtinn de sr.h.ttunrr.t rnlntilrt. l.a nftttt Cr OrnJurtrnn drt /r.tftwri tl..hnui dt I'arornt /tNJirs 'arfrrrldr6 rdr. rlhy1 (Irfr(+lt. aJrnnl it6) hqrrt. trh)I p•.rp,.rnnre. 01rk r! Avrpart tt to±rn• aldrGrrlr. s'llrroit en /snrti,rn Jrr rrn,pr. A1olgrer wnt ilr'ratinn dr rntnl, la proluttrora d'f:hyf pnrplnnale t/ de rapronG/r7r)rft Jrnrinunir. 10 ~ IKiAODUCTION b 3[~ t1 n 0~! 2:. 0 3;~
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I 1i gn in5 50333 8366 N:kltiA, N. S. 7HE Ct1WISTKY pF CELLUI.oSE ANp MoD 19-66 691 fr+ges Isree/_ Pfo$nun fo~r Scientific 'EnnnstAtions xe"sA1*rf. 0 3 t~ ~ n i:> > 1 0 7 4
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72 111 Re- WA- , S.P. 50333 8317 , ~::1 C d ~ :~ AO-A . s ~~, cuncer,irs• zo^°- et ti e-r'~r of f a Eb12 Itea ~eetter!nQ!ropertics ot In,~i~l~ial Acresol Particles. ?. G. P1;:`:iCK, J. M. nO~Eti, sd C. J. Nc~i't•'~.'a, t~niverSitwoJ~v, _ j.--!;,nooispeLaed aerescls ef .26 to S a+icron dia.:.eter vit`~ approxieute range of indexes of refraction of atmosp!~eric aerosols bsve been produced in the laboratory by atoaization uf liruids vith a•ibrating capillary. L'ith these aerosols a balloon- borne photoelectric particle counterl has been calibrated for oeasurexent of eoncentratinn and size dis!ribution of atoospherlc aeroaols. Measuremcr,ts of the particle coun- ter response have been cocoareG :o ltie theory calcula- tioas of the respoase for spherical particles vith cooplex isdezes of tefraction 1.4033-Ui, 1.592-0i, 1•73-.26i, 1.65-.069/ a-id s..°~: good agreezcnt. The calculations take into account the particle counter vhite li;`:t illu- tination aitb color ter.verature 3300°K, the optical system aeoaetry, and the phetotu~e spectral sensitivity. I d. M. Rosen, J. Geophys. Res. 73, 479 (1968). . ~__ ea ,.,,r.i, • the effect of t.iis r23ctiGn cannot bL- neg2ected and in fact it tecones in^nt, thus prc-r,d:nS a r:ea;:s f: "fixing"~cx;;P.e-: into tn".e _x:9e of n.trotcn systea.. F.:rtG.r- rorre this fixing by ziself leads to the generation of c-.hsideroule aneunts cf ozone as is der.:or.strated b; assurranE no ozene in the atnosp!.ere as arf initial condition. Et•I 4 Io^ Enrichment in Aerosols Gencrated b•. BurstinQ bubblcs•* *_, J. ?AS' E50;:, Gecrtla Tech• -- Aerosols gen- erated by b,irsting bubbles of dtuneter 3-4 = arc classi- fied according to origin. Shose produced by filn rupture aay be up to 1S0'rc, k;a1e t'ose from the jet emanating from bubJle collapse are usually 0.1-2.0 in.*^ Using an impirger filter ecmbinat:oc it was possible to sec:rate the site f.accions s^a!ler and larger thzr. 5,un is: the aerosols pro!uced by bubb{ing ar throug't aqueousTscl~ tions contatng cations Na , Hg in the ratios Ka ,ltg 52 1 ......t~w--. --:.--,~--- •_-__. d55' aiil Aq pajoliuoci sc l83L~!`flJdd fZuc~ tru~o~~~e3 -, ,•ualqosd uol~~li°` 0 3 n 0 n 02 2 0 2 9
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1 L A?; t~ u u uk 0 O o 4~ r •+ ': " ar•t 7 ±,,~ ~~ i.Si1.4 I j•,1Tu8VZ 50iT sz 69E8 EEEOS
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I Iv 0 7: e 0 U U U k(~ O °~ 4~S £96T 'SC4*MiCliX:lJ FvuI1Lv.1 (°pa) ~a~~~i t~ia3~~ag •aj9auaSoTg--suzu8 M ELEe EEEOS
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50333 8370 MICROBIOLOGY, INDUSTRIAL/LIGNINS/ENZYMES--IMMOBILIZED/PEPTIDES/ ETHYL ALCOHOL FROM CELLULOSICS/FOOD--PRODUCTION FROM WASTES/ FERMENTATION--MICROBIOLOGICAL INVOLVEMENT/FERMENTATION, :INDUSTRIALy. 151 Annual ReporlJ EDITED BY r%n An nn Fermentatr p GEORGE T. TSAO ASSOCIATE EDITORS • A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers MICHAEL C. FLICKINGER New York London Toronto Sydney San Francisco ROBERT K. FINN 1980 rocesses Y01 4(1980) J ACADEMIC PRESS ' ° .~~ d,~.. ~ 0 3 n 0 n 0 2 2 0 7~ 9
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50333 8374 ~ QD ~ Ligniii=-Btogenesis 341 P ...,..~t J. T'i. Pxic~~ - RI0I:: P?:T~IWAYS T?d :: : L `' : `_' , - _.. .' ~'1^S; ,T.L a.-:d T. 2965 212 png, s Ac: d-Nm:c PrC%s I,ondon 0 3.n n n o 2 l oa 2
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Hohlonchutsg 33 (t979) s1o-s1s 50333 8365 78 III Py-80 S.P. Short Note Pyrolysis-Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry ofl igni By F. Martin, C. Saiz-jimenez and F. J. Gonzalez-Vila Centro de Edafologia y Biologia Aplicada, C. S. I. C., Apartado 1oss, Sevilla, Spain Keyword. Pyrolysis of lisnina Pyrolysis - Su chromato- tTaphy - ataa+ spcctro- metry Pyrolysis produdt Pyrolysis in combination with gat chromatography is currently used to characterize biopolymers, sup- plying reliable information about iu chemical structure (Martin et al. ><977,t979; Saiz-jimenez et al. 1979). This method has barely been applied to lignins. J Schlrissetwbrter (Sachgebiete) Pyrolyse von Ligninen Pyrolyse - Gaschrotn: paphie - Massen- spektrometrie Pyrolyteprodukte Figure i shows the pyrograms of the three stu, lignins .nd Table 2 the identified pyrolysis prod using a column of Chromosorb AW DMCS 8tr mesh, coated with io°/p FFAP, for resolution of high boiling point compounds. 03 n n n 0 22 0 7 3
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~.-T(Ii~ACC2? -CARR!1?tYT1nATRS--PYR~LYS7~/ a 50333 8367 :Arnerican Chemical. Societv, Sv-nc+stum , 17?nd, Sent. 147A, nn San Francisco/ PYRCLYSIS/CARRO?IYnRATES/- :' -/1.I(T%'i*1S/ CARRnHYDRATF,S--rYRnLY S.T S/~Fl_LiP.nSF--PYRn1wSTSIRt1RTnv, N. R./ Sh ~ Thermai Uses and Yroperttes 197h of Carbohydrates and Lignlns . , ~d~cedby ACADEMIC PRESS ; Wew York San Francisco London 19 \ 3 ASubsidiory oJNo,court Droceloratorich, Publisl ' Fred Shaf izadeh ' Kyosti V. Sarkaneil David A. Tillman , Materials Associates, Inc. Washington, D.C. i 0 3 n 0 n_0 2 2 07 9
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50333 8341 ae J ~~.~,. c~~{S RO t~-~A(OR'~ ~~ O EST PPD Y 1Mad7son, Wie. S370S) FOAEST SERVICE. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Approved Technical Article Ed. 29 (1975) N. 3 Effects of a Brown-Rot Fungus on Lignin in Spruce Wood 7c.,Wai,-7-,,'Efffects of a Brown-Rot F4ngus, Lenzites trabea, on ,~,~gnin in Spruce Wood By T. Kent Kirk Forest Products Laboratory, USDA Forest Servicc, Madison, WI 537051) Keywords Fungal degradation of wood Wood decay Lignin degradation Demethylation Aromatic catabolism Iignin oxidation Autoxidation Catecbals o-diphenols PMR of lignin Orygenases Lsnzitts trabea Picsa abies (L.) I:arst. pice6 Vr .S p11 l1 99 Effects of a Brown-Rot Fungus, Lensites trabea, on Lignin in Spruce Wood Summary Lignin isolated from thoroughly brown-rotted wood was oomparcd to a milled wood lignin and to an "extractive" lignin from sound wood by elemental and methoxyl analyses, by UV, IR, and PMR spectroscopic characteristics, and by oxidative and hydrolytic degradation studies. The rotted lignin was :.pproximately one atom rich in oxygen, 0.3 atom poor in hydrogen and 35 "„ deficient in mcthoxyl content per C9-unit ("monomer" unit). Phenolic hydroxyl groups were more abundant in the rotted lignin, having been produced nairily by demethylation, but also by aro- tttatic hydroxylation. The rotted lignin was somewhat lower in aliphatic hydroxyl content, and had 0.14 1-carbonyl group (.-to aromatic rings) and 0.23 carboxyl group per C„-unic. Thc carboxyl groups were conjugated, about one-third being aromatic and the remainder being ., i3-unsaturatcd. Much lowcr yields of most major products were obtained from the rotted lignin on oxidative and hydrolytic dcgradations. The various da in cate at e fungal degradation is largely oxidative and that demethyla- (1)ion~f b~ p~nol annot~henolic units is the major degradative reaction. Demethyie- tionlo'~ units originally bearing phenolic hydroxyl groups is especially heavy, and yields o-diphcnolic moieties. 111ost of there o-diphenolic arouDs are degraded, in part, at least, autoxidativelv; lirnited
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r 50333 8368 QK 861 St BOTANICAL CHEMISTRY, V.4--B/STEROIDS & STEROLS--BIOSYNTHESIS. V. 4/ v.4 TERPENOIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY, V.4/CAROTENOIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY, V. 4/FATTY ACIDS--BIOSYNTHESI PHOSPHOLIPIDS,V.4/TOBACCO--AMINO ACIDS,V. 5/TOBACCO--TISSUE CULTURE,V.6,7/ TOBACCO--DISEASES & PESTS--VIRUSES, .q/NUCLEIC ACIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY, V. 6/ LI6NINS,V. 7/FLAVONOIDS,V.7/ALKALOID~=-METABOLISM,V.7/QUINONES,V,7/6LYCOSICES,V.7/ NATURAL PRODUCTS, V. 7/PLANTS--PHOTOSYNTHESIS,V. 8/ THE B IOCHEMISTRY OF PLANTS, r. K• Stumpf and E. E. cann A COMPREHENSIVE TREATISE EDITORS-IN-CHIEF ~ Department of Biochemistry Volume 4 r[.ipids: Structure and Function (14l4'0 ) and Biophysics I ~ u y o M. D atch and N. K. ~~uardman. Editors 6 ,Volume 3/Amino Acids and Derivatives (I4g0) B. J. 4ljJlin, Editor Volume 64/rotelns and Nucleic Acids A6r hamALlarcws, Editor Volume 7 VSecond y Plant Products ((98 (~ 6. .nn, Editor ~ mr a /Pbotoe t4esis ((9a I v \-I Davis, Calj(ornia d~ ~ 0 n n 2aMMMIC PRESS A Su6sidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers P. K. Stumpf, Editor University of Cal(/ornia
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50333 8356 POLYHERS AND POLYMERIZATION see also PLASTICS/ PLASTICS see also POLYMERS AND POLYMERIZATION/ POLYMERS, SYNTHETIC/POLYPtERS A.ND. POLYrtERIZATION/POLYSACCIIARIDES / • ' POLYVINYL Cl1LORIDE/NUCLEIC ACIDS/COPOLYMERS AND COPOLYMERIZATION/ ~ POLYPEPTIDES/PROTEINS--POLYMERS/LIGNINS/CELLULOSE/PT.ASTICS--CHErlISTR 2;;,~ NATURAL AND SYNTHETiC POLYEERS S i i - ~ An Introduction I ~ ~ HENRY I. BOLI~ER ~~~~•~a. Pulp and Paper Research Institute *fieisada and • Department of Chemistry ~ McGill Universit 'py ' MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York t L.6ra 03 n n n 0 2 2 0 6 4
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"~ 50333 8376 - . .k ~ e&4 9 ~i9~~ > .^ 76 III Am-76 Ligniu-1)cgraditig Enzyme System ~~ T. KENT KIRK r , Forest Products Laboratory, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Madison, Wisconsin 53705 1! The physical assmiation of most of the world's cellulose with lignin 1 is so intimate that efficient enzymatic hydrolysis of the cellulose is thwarted unless the lignin is degraded first. In some of the cellulosic substrates of interest to this seminar-mainly chemical pulps from wood-lignin has been degraded already, and presents a relatively small problem in bioconversion. In other substrates of considerable interest, such as mechanical pulps (newsprint), bagasse, and cattle manure fibers, the lignin presents a serious barrier to cellulases. Lignin is degraded in Nature, just as cellulose is, by microbial en- zymes, continuously, efficiently, and on a tremendous scale. There is a growing recognition among scientists that it would be desirable to use lignin-degrading enzymes in conjunction with cellulases, or to use micro- _.__ _ Or0lnttmi (hat eiPororto rhe lin"in +c ..•.n - .1... ...1V.L- - ~~--- • 0 3 0 0- n 0-2 2 0 8 4 . ..
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50333 8381 TA 419 H ,l.i4niws and iignification. Hagglurid, Er',k, 18S7- Chemistry of wood. New York, Academic Press, 1951. x, 031 p. lllus. 24 em. Translated by Peter Oesper. "A new, revised English edition of 'Ilolzchemie."' Includes bibliographies. 1. Wood. 2. Wood-Chemtstry. FuIZ name: Erik Karl Maurltz IiiigFlund. TA419.11253 620.12 51-G^S~l Llbrary of Congress L_'0j 0;{ n n t1 ti ~~ Q R 9
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i 50333 8379 '"Lignins and Lignif ic>~Lian. Brauns, l;riedrich Fr.itl. The chernis:ry of lignin. New York, Aca.demic Yress, 1952. _v, S03 p. 111us. 24 cm. Includes bibltohraphies. Supplement volume, covering the literature for the years 1949-1955. iBy] Friedrich Emil liramn.: nr_d Dorothy Alexandra Brawis. New York, Academic 1'rezs, 1960. zx. b4t p. tllus., dtagrs., tables. 24 cm. lnclucles bibiloo xphies. QD321.T3786 SuPP]• 1. Lign:n. z. Iirauns, Dorothy Aleeandra. n. Title. QD3?1.Bi 8G •547.92 547.8 52-52G2 rev J\ Library of Cone ess ~rG?q5l 0 ~ n 0 n 0 2 2 0 8 7 i
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,.. 50333 8364 (ZD 321 Li I ._w' - = - -- - -~ - . Lignicti Yx!'t~`Stf .3 y~: ~.~}7 _.. .-.4 -. ~a..e.- •- apausude=,. ;,v r:.zi3 Di-O:,; r'T of Fii,bcr O::micz;.y at t°1:::- i50th l.Mi.,~l of t'-, ~ _ + .._, ~,•_W ta.~c^.i ~~_. - ~:1'i_ _ .o:~•s~l, .Scam't+A AttC,r•>"i•.C: Lity, - _ o .T°I!i ~^~ S4Qt I t .~.aI. ~•:,~?~.a1 1_L~,_-rr,,.r, c,~., *,,.,.i,. `c. . ct~t_r ir•~n • : ~ (Adv. 9n C; -a~ ~zr1.~~ 5;) 1956 267; ;°STea /':aarLc::. Cr Z:~::; o S:k:anc y Wt1iG?tG+U Cl U~ o n n o~ 2 0 7 ?,
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1 50333 8387 VI On3 . Lignins-Lignification-Tobacco Stems and Stalk Onishi, Isao On the oxidation of tobacco lignin by nitrobenzene, by Isao Onishi, Masatosoi Nagasawa and Kyoko Yamamoto. From: J. Agr. Chem. Soc. Ja an 28: 756-59 (1954). In Japanese with English summary. U:3 t~ U tl tl '1_ 2 (1 9 S
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50333 8371 /C1ri.LUf."SE/ Lkr'i4IY4 CeEiulose as a Cri, roica! 'n J l f~re,~,a t~ ~CCr u~,cf, `C-u1~•chn,.i3~y and Bincictncc-?n.; ;,,v~~, osl~ni Cellulopie (C~onifc•rence Pro`c~eedi~;,fs, l[~,eld~un-ler thc: au:,hiccs of the National Science Found~,tioi;, at tl.e iJjii~~crsitv of Ca!i- fornia at }3erkek-y, June 25-27, 1974 r r.D]'roR: C. R. Wilke 'Dcpartmcnt of Chemirol lin,ir!ecring Un iversity of Ca .li fornia Berkeley, CaliJornra 1975: an Interscience'= Publication No 5 published by John VJiley f So•}s NEW YORK • LONDON • SYD.'~EY • TORONTO U 3 n o n 02 2 0 7 9
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~^ Jour. Aner. Vlatcr ilorks A..so~; (,G -1 Thef Determination of Tannin and-t~gni~~i.~~' ~ ~1~'N3 Max B. Kloster - 11 K In recent experiments a new reagent that is not subject to some of the problems that arise with the traditional reagent has been developed. The experimental procedures and results are presented in this article. Whitc dctcrmininS tannin and licnin kvcls usin; the pro:cdurc rc,ommcnd- td by Standard ltlcthods.t several problems w•crc cncountcrcd with the t«nnin-Iignin reagent. Successive prc- parations of this rcarcnt resulted in batches having difTcrent scnsitivjtics toward tannin and licnin. Thc hatchcs also varied in color from a very light •frcen to a dark blue. The reagent blank varied directly with the intensity of the rcacent color. N\'hcn the tan- nin-lignin test was run s%ith thc tan- nin-lignin rca,cnt, a precipitate would begin farmia_ approsi'matcly 20 min after the ad.lition of the carboiiatc rc- . -- -.,---. - -• -- _ _ .. i Thc mcthod introduced bv Folin and ; Denis was initially criticized as a clini- cal chemical method became of the ditlicuth• of reproducing the reapcnt srnsitivity and the formation of prccipi- tatcs while performing the tcst. In 1927 the test was revicwcd by Folin and Ciocaltcu.' and solutions were found for these problems. The rcapcnt M•as difficult to reproduce because in the original prcparation only 2 hr of rcllux- ing had been used to convert sodium tunestate to phosphotungstic acid, so incomplete convcnion resulted. If the reagent is rcfluxcd for 10 hr, the con- version gocs to com.plciion and a co Fig. 1. ~ w 40 so to io e. t.rr 11..cf~-T.w.e w..w Rate of Develcpment vs. fdetl;c^ of ReaEent Addition 50333 8340 F„ - ti . ~, U:~ n n n c~ 2 2 0 4 f~
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r- . -, f 50333 8377 Lignin'--Thcr.u1 decomoosition. FLGI+VES:I:r.• H• Lt• pROpt{tTS CR4Ml T.#lrz I~iST2uC71Vb .DlSi'2LI1TIbN E~ tooi6L4S_pM LTGKK& by Ptekcharp 7'. i. *rd &1W3A C. Ht,c'r3S . "Oto fron+c 7AP'Pr a 5*-9 {,195V a 3 n o n c, 2 2 0 13 5
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1 50333 8382 I TA 419 K _. Ligni.na and lignifIcEtion, Kollrnann, Franz, 190Cr- Technologie des IIolL:;s und der Iiolzwerkstoffe. 2., neu- bearb. und erweiterte Autl. Berlin, Springer, 1a51- /v. lllus., tables (6 on 9 leaves fn pocket) 28 cm. "Ergiinzungen und Eericbtigungen" : leaf tnt:erted In v. L Publlshed 1:.36 under title: Technologle des Holzes. Bibliographical footnotes. OoprEyze. 1. Bd. Anatomle und Patboloeie, Chemle, Pbyaik, F1as- tlLitHt und Festigkelt. 1. Wood. 2. Woodwork. S. Wood finishing. L Tltle: TA419.K652 ~ 620.12 Ubrary of Congress ~_ E21 I b1-370t . a 3,~~ ~ t1 0 2 2 0 9 0
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I 50333 8383 I,ignins and lignif icatian. Plant Phenolics Group. I'henolic.;. in plants iii L.alth nud cli_zcai:e; hroeee~liu.!-, c~: a I'lant Phenolics Group sympo::iutn held at l14-i=lol, .11::`:I, 1959. Editor: J. Ii. Pri.Iltam. Oxford, New Ycr;;, posium Publications lli viGion, I'er.-amon 1'ress,19G0. 381 p. iltus. 24 cm. Includes Libliography. 1. Botanical cLemistry. 2. Pbenols. i. Prldham, J. B., ed. a. Title. QIi8aa.1'u 7I'S 1959 581.192 GO-12~S: ; ~-~ Lfbrury of Congress ~ U?c n 0 n o ~ 22 U 9 1
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50333 8378 SWEETENERS/I,IGNIpS, KCROBIAL DEGRADATION OF/FOODS, MICROBIAL PRODUCTS IN/ PATENTING•MICROBIAL INVENTIONS/ A Publication of the Socicty for lndustrial Microbiology ~s1 DEVELOPMENTS De 1978 IN MICRORIOLOGY f. Volume 19 ~- Proceedings of the ~ Q3 ~ ~ Thirty-Fourth Generat Meeting ~ of the C YSociety for Industrial MicrobiologY Held at East Lansing, Michigan August 21-26, 1977 0 3 0 r~`~~t~S tl 2 2 0 8 6 WASHINGTON, D.C. 1970 I
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i Q8 321 Sa 1971 0 , vLIGliIKS xNti L2CKITICATI+~~/ L !G + x i 1 V S 50333 8385 OCCURRENCE, FORMATION, STRUCTURE AND REACTlONS Edi ted by K.V. SARKANEN C.H. LUDtitir I G CollegeoFForestResovrces Georgia Pacific Corporation University of Washington &llinghcrn Division Seattle, Wcshington 6ellinghom, Washington WiLEY-IIr'TERSCIEIVCE a division of John Wiky & Sons. Inc., New York - Lor.dbn-Sydney - Toronto f ~•3 n n n o 2- 2 0 93 f
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~~~,t~,~ 50333 8359 79 III /3 Reactions of , THYLENEINtNE ts ONE OF TttE most reactive organic chemicals w•e have (t'ig. 1). It readily reacts in all of the many reactions of an amine, the ring opens to give a.•ccy active monomer, and it will poir- mcrize very easily with itself or ot!ur monnmcrs. It is eompletcly soluble in most common solvents and is much more soluble in hy.lro-' carbons, ethers, and haiogenated Z mpounds than other amines. It ils at SS' to 37'C., can be distilled easil y• if acid .a pors are avoided, and can be prepared in an excellent pur- ity. As yet, no extensive market his developed for the pure product be- ause of its relatkcly high p r i c e. Several companies hcre and in Ger- many are now selling the monomer and some of its derivatives. Poly ethyleneimine polymers are now be- ..,.~.jAX~!{s4a ~eiiCSt!tOf;jl.,_rCSiDLfFr-. ~Irl thyIeneiinine With Alkal1VILl(MIJTSi By J. Boyne'Doughty Charhston Roseorch Loboratory Wesf Virginia Pulp and Paper llerth CharteNon, South Carolina About The Author L~ •'' ^r~ 0 3 n n n o 22 06 7
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50333 8375 CI) 321 Li ~ Lignir-s••~nerai4try I_ti•`trTj r' c'3_ :..,_ ._~*t "e•~ ^• .^'~u:"`^ 1 "" . :a ;n • [..o •~..n ..rp a •• . ._ by Lae L-ftiirAFt, od CeD.0.U!C-. t~~~r a Pib.x ct 15?~b t!eeci.r,c t}:r3 S:~l.cC~~f 1:i:lc!!tls fi.<t3r i;.' A:pte 43-14s !'6Pr= T.'O~r'C•~ *:`'.'t~~, J~~'_ ~'fSa~ - (Acive in Chr--~. Scrfc6 59) 1956 267po-, Eeg 1l.meric" Chcw, Sa~i~iy it! a-anir.gta:z 0 3 n o n o2 2 o a 3
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50333 8389 ~>SeC10 (1969)Lig,or,, L. L. 'i'"c3E IMUEt;C,-, UV STIV'EF..".I. F!'.CTO:tS 01: 1T.£ SPYaOLrllNti Q-,InLxrZY OF GRr/Y:N ~ BS..tINS, PHAS1aLXIS AUREUS r.OXB, by L. L. Ligrz tcad Jc%n B. Cox. Okla. Agt. Expt. Sta. 1ieauacr£pt Eib1±cg. of A.cr. 43172, Vol. 14, 1'->. 6, 1950 2 0 9 7
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50333 8388 a^f : ~ , ,,. '. . QI: i0. 711 Rtihh1nd, Wilhelm, 1878- ed. L Handbuch der Ptianzenphysiologie, h. :p;. von W. Ruhland in Gemeinschaft mit E. Ashby tet al.l Berlin, Sp: inl;rr, ! ~ v. ilius. 28 cm. Contributions in German or English; added t. p.: Encyclopcdia of plant phy eiology. Includes bibliographiee. Coxzs:cta.-}W. 1. Geni•tlecbe orund2agen physiologiEcbPr Vor- ginge. Konstitution der PSsr.r.enzelle. Besrb. von D. G. Catcbesi3r. et al.; rediglert von H. Ullricb und I3. J. Bogen. Sd. 3. Pflanze und Wasser. Bearb. von DL J. edriani, et al.; redigiert von 0. Stocker. 1. Plant physiology. i. Title. u. Title: Encyclopedio of plant phyefology. Q,K711.R83 ~ 6G-,3135 rev Ubrary of Congress tr5Tg1j U3 n n nn 2 2 0 96
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i VI Re -76 ~ 50333 8391 ACTIVATIOti 0P, t~ITRITE* Mi3liara Minsky Carcinpe-r.esis Program, Biology Divisior, ak Ridge tlaticnal Laboratory ~ Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 I By acceptance of th?s article, the publisher or recip;ent o:kr,owfedges the U. S. Government's right to rctain a non-exclusive, royofty-free license in and to any copy:ight covering the orticle. * Research jointly supported by the Carcincgertiesis Program of the tlational Cancer Institute and the Energy Research and Developm2nt Ad.mjnistr•a- tion under contract srith Union Carbide Cerporation., Text of a'talk to be presented at the IUr^FAR Satellite Sy.mposiun on "J!etive Intermediates: Formation, Toxicity, and Inactivation", Turku, Finland, 2C-27 .luly ;975. ,. 0~ 2--2 0-9 9:- 11
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Vw • 50333 8380 ] Lisnira vf2. L'. I I,v. ?n 10 Fortschritte cik~r~Chetnie organischer I\Taturstoffi% Progress 245 in the cheu>;strv of or~m111c natural hrolllicts. 1'roffr:-, <!;rns F In chimie des substances or;aniques n^ture]les. 1.-d~teli(l. Wic;n, Shrinaer-Verlao tetc.) 1J3S- aatc. ~ a. tltus. 24 cm. Founded and for some yenrs edited by L. 7.echmetster. For holdinos, see main entry. i 1. Chemistry, Organto--Periodn i. Zechmetster, Msz]6, 1P-",9- ed. QD241.FG ! ~ A C 39-1015* Minnesota. Univ. L1br for Library of Congress E54r54q2lt 0~.~ 0 n~:Z ~ 0 8 8
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. I, 10 VI Re9-76 / S.P. ' ~trite and P'itross.~iines• ,~ Possible pource oi' Clrcino~ens for I•1ar~ 1NVY'VY'VVW.AlVY'V /1/VV1.`./Y'\~L Y•VV1/~fVY'VL`W JVYw'UVVL'WV1r•JM'NJ1f1.~V1I\~VVYVL'LYb w 50333 8390 Submftted to: J: Arn..Vet. bfcd. Assoc. H. W. Teylor, D.V.t•S., Ph.D., G. b!. Sir.ger, Ph.D., and N. JQjinsY.y, Ph.J. From the Carcinogenesis irogr.rz, Biology Division,;•Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oa.y RidRe, Tennessee 37830 ~ Research supported jointly by the J7ationcl Cancer Institute and the L17er~;v Research a•id DevelopL^c:nt Administration under contract uith Union Carbide Corporation. a• Nol /cr 71r'f l.p..rl •J. rrrn..td .. a^ ...uun1 ur r~.r\ 4.^,I ,..., r 2 2 0 9 ~3
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OD 321 Sa 1971 1 . .ir iGN• { Y S OCCL7RRENCE, -FOftMATiON, f f STRUCTURE AND REACTIONS Edi ted by K.Y. SARKANEN C.H. LUDW IG College of Forest Resources Georgia Pacific Corporotion University of Washington 6ellingham Division Seattle, Washington Bellinghom, Washington WlLEY-INTERSCIENCE ' t division of lo8n Witey & Sons. inc., New York - LondOn -Sydney -Toror.to LIGNINS AND LIGNIFICATIGN/ ~ ' n n n~2. 2 u 9 4 U 3 50333 8386
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50333 8372 n7C. Nor. Acad. SN. USA ^ V FORrST PRODUCTS LABORATORY (Madi.on, Wi., S)7051 I . 72, No. 7, pp 2515-2519, ~uly 1975 FORCST SERVICE, U. S. DF:NARTMF.NT OF AGRICULTURE Vol Aproved T.cheiul Artict• BioclKmislry 76 ra A C S Veeting N. Y. April 4-9, 1976 Preparation and microbial decomposition of synthetic ["C]lignins s ~rri.lbi.degradation/w,Qod dccay/dehydrogeoative polymerizate) T. K. KtRx,a W. J. ,CVONNORS,• R. D. BLEAM't, W. F. HACKETTt, AND J. G. ZEIKUSt aForesl Products Laboratory. U.S.D A, Madison. Wiiconrin Smas; and r Department of B.eterioloYy. Univessity of Wisconsin. btadison. Wkc. 53705 (',ommun(ca/ed 6u ElIU B. Cowling. Alarch 28. 1975 ABSTRACf A definitive assay for microbiological and biochemical research on the bioae Gradatinn o( lignin was de- .eloped using radioactive synthctic lignins specifically la- beled in the sidc ehains, aromatic rinGs or in the methosyl groups. The It'Cllicnins were prepare:i by oxidative polymer- itation with pcro.idasc and 11202 o(specifically lahcled con- iferyl alcohol (4-hydroay-3-methoxycinnamyl alcohol). The synthetic polymers were shown by spcctroscopic and chemi- cal method: to contain the same intermonoin.r linkages found in.natural lignins. Incubation of the /"Cll`gnins with known IignindeRrading fungi and with a forest soil resulted in t4COs evolution. Ugnin is a major structural component of vascular plants and-makes up a large fraction of the carbon in thr biosphere. __ ))urina the ws! 3(1 •irars the drurhtre +nrl hi~cvm6,.o4 ef Coniferaldehyde was reduced to conifervi alcohol (Ia) at room temperature with NaBH4 in 50 0(v:v) aqueous etha- nol. Extraction and work-up gave a crystalline product in quantitative yield, the purity of which was established by thin-layer chromatography, gas chromatography, and PkIR. Recrystallization from I,2-dichioroethanc provided .vhite needles of melting point 74.5-75° (corrected); (ref. 10, :4- 6°). Analysis: calculated OCH3, 17.25''0; found, 17.1%. The Pb1R spectrum agreed with published data (11). Ultraviolet (UV) spectrum in 95% ethanol 292 nm, e- 5.85 X 103; 262 nm,s=1.45X10". Coniferyl alcohol 11.7 g(9.A5 mmol)l and 80 mg of perox- idase (EC 1.11.1.7, Type 11, Sigma, St. Louis, 1.10 ) were dis- ..._.enlvHl in siHl m1 nf .i... ,c.+.{ e...l.,,.-. 0 3 0 0 n 0. 2 2 0 R, n
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50333 8343 74 III Kr represent a useful mcasure for the case of electron rrlease from lignin•n-rlated pizenolic mo3c?s. ; At lor-alkalinity rounc corrrlations werr obsen•cd bctuecn the ricasutcd C01's aud the initial ~ initial phase. The crntical oxidation •potcntials (COP) accotiding to'Fseser uere foutrd 1•:... ••.. • -' ste'diacussi`d emphasiting thp radicsl (homol)•tia) or one-ckctron lranster-osidation+ in the Abstnci . ~ Aasie reactions boverning the degradation of lignin in osidatioti with tnolccular oxcgen (~arolins State Unicenity Rakigb 1 Wood Seience and Technology Vol, B(197/) p. 56-19 •.. by ngeP Verlag 19 dlodcl Studies on Iicactions Occurring in Oxidations oI Lignin with :1lolecular Oxyben in Alkaline lledia* ~i--y - By k. ~4TZTq P.. CL[IIS, ~V. LO\SEY und .T. S. GR[TZL Institut fur Organiscbe Chemie der Uniceesitat \1'iett and Schoot of Forest Preaousocx, -Norttr ' oxygenation ratec The•re:ults obtained frorn.quantum mcebanical calculations of criticaJ oxidation potantials ar: Uiiefly discuasod.' 'Ttse importance of pheno.ry radicals and the hypOthctical efclohexadienone bydroper- oxides as intermediatea is outiined in view of such degradation reactiors as oiidative side-chein dimination.% dometbosylationa, and tplitting of arotaatic rinas. ~ 'lit(rOdoC~ao$" '. .'. "'Teitbe past,oxygen bas ioundonly liruitcd use in tbe pulp and pspcr industry sach as in tLeproJuction of ranillin from spcnt sulpl~itc liquor. The incica'sin'g =
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. 1 50333 8394 VI Re_-78 S.P. y Ll !m.•IJiof. Intcroctions, ]9 (1rJ77) ]33-142 ~ v Jsevier t/North-llolland Scientific Yublishers Ltd. ILIPOSOLUBILITY AS AN ASPECT OF NI7'1IOSAMINI: CARCINOGI:NICITY,: CIUANTI'!'ATIVE COILRELATIONS AND QUALITATI VE O13SI:R VATIONS/~ ~* * 1~ l ' ';D I GEORGE M. SINGER, H. WAYNE TAYLOR*'* and WILLIAM LIJINSKY : ChemicaJ Carcinogenesis Program, Fredrick Cancer Research Center, Frederick, Md. 21701 (U.S.A.). \ (Received October 2Gth, 1976) (Revision received July 26th, 1977) • (Accepted August 29th, 1977) Carcinogenicity data for a number of nitrosamines have been examined for possible structure-activity correlations with liposolubility by the method of Hansch. Correlations were found in two cases which supporl, a previous • mechanistic suggestion and which also suggest a possible difference between the action of nitrosopiperidines and dinitrosopiperazines in inducing olfac- tory carcinomas. No correlations were found for non-cyclic nitrosamine~. U J n A n IDlTRADLi6TION ll ,
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U I 1 7= i5 U U U Ul ~` p O I,ox :,,?2 •O3 UC,7 *TTR-Ae•IfY)L{ ;:~"-d 6LZ 1961 st~cr~ 'i.wv~ll'~ ` ~ _ :. ~ V_l ' Z0b8 EEEOS
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50333 8393 .i Health Problgmg ~ ' Associated wfthitrites ,N and Nitrosamines °6YWLUAM LIJINSKY Nitrites, formed by the reduction of nitrate, can react with secondary and tertiary amino com- pounds to form N-nitroso compounds, the most widely-acting group of carcinogens known, and among the most potent. The author points out that human exposure to these carcinogens would be reduced if restrictions were imposed on the amount of residual nitrite allowed in cured meats a f' h. - - -- ~-0-n -n---O --2 -2- -1 -r1 ~
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.,_ 50333 8397 / TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCFIOLOCY/ -78'X Lai - , *Abstr, in: Luzemer Neueste Nachrichten Luzern (CH) 1978, p. not given, (July 1, 1978)* RJR CLASS N0. PA"4'HLET 78 X La I "Rau:hen uzd Gcs-_,ndheit" (Sr:o'r.ing b He21th) }:antonsspital Luzern (County Hospital, Lucers?e, Switzerland) LI1:E A RATTLF.SiiIP' S S;'.0::E-SCP.: FN. "P,auchen tund Gesund'neit" (Srinking S health) l:antonsspital Luzern (County liosPitaL), News helease, Lucerne, Switzerland (1978) (in Swiss) 1 5?7~ike a Lnttleahip's smoke-screon and health congress in Lu At a smoking ! t sycholorical motivation of smokers. ; TLu2erner Neueste Nachrichten, 1 July) ~ I cerno, Dr Frank Nag~er apoke about the . ~ u 3 o A n 0 2 2 I 0 5
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50333 8384 Refe k ~3 Liarj :.s snd ) i:-Taf-ic: ut c n, v. 10 . Ruhiand, WiLhelm, 1878- ed. Ilandbuch der Pflanzenpr.ysiolo; ie, hrrg. von W. Ruhland in Gemeinschaft mit E. Ashby tet al.t Berlin, Springer, / ; v. illus. 28 cm. Contributions ln German or English; added t. p.: Encyclopedta of plant physiology. Includes bibliographies. Cio:ZT'6KTS.-Bd. 1. Genetteche Grundingen phjstologiacher Vor- glinge. Sonstltutlon der Ptlanzenzelle. I3earb. von D. 0. c;atc5es[de, et al.; rediglert von H. Ullrtch und H. J. Bogen. $d. 3. Pflanze und Wasser. Bearb. von i+t. J. Adrianl, et al.; redtglert von O.Stocker. 1. Plant physiology. L Title. u. T1Ue: Encyclopedia of plant pbystology. '~ QR711.R83 t ~ bG4135 rov Llbrary of Congress ` jr57g1j 0 3.n n nb 2 2 0 9 ?.
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50333 8409 x Lilienfeld, A. M., jt. aut. To7 Tokuhata, George K. FAMILIAL AGGREGATION OF LUNG CANCER AMONG HOSPITAL PATIENTS, by George K. Tokuhata and A.M. Lilienfeld. Public Health Reports 78 (No. 4) 277-284 (April 1963) ti 3 tI n n() 2 2 1 1 7 L
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QC Li.ley, P. E. (Jt. Author) 50333 8406 320 Ho 1110, C. Y. COirDU~:.iIViT1' Cr SI LECIEt7 ?i:;i :~a1.LS :'art 2, by ^. Y. 1?o, R. 1.. Yove11 and P. E. Liley (11 C ~IVt~ ~^~1 F. ..nn.. ~F ~.-w~Alvw~ f ~.. ~ . . ~ .. ...--... . .. . : 1t{r-,al Standard Referencp i'3ata Series 1965 14G FaRa: ~. S. llept. of Comnerca Wasl.i:Abtoa, D. C. 1..'..~.~, ~. „- q 0.~ ~ 0 n c) 2 :Z 1 1 4
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50333 8396 ,1lulufion_ Rescnrch, 51 (1978) 319--32G fJ Isevirr(Nurth Ilull:u~d 1liunxdical Prrss ~Y f J l -J 1 VI_Re9-78 S.P. ~ TII[: RF1,:\7'1O\SIIIP f31.T\YI:1;N 11U1'AGI::VICI'I'Y AND ------ , - CARCINOGI•'NlCi•1'Y UF SUML \I'1'IiOS.1\1IN1:S ~ ~. }. _ A.1V. ANDRL•:11'S, LEI'1TA 11. TI11B:1U1.T and W. ~:WINSKY ? Chemical Carcinogenesis Prograut, Frederick Cancer Rescarc/i Center. Frederick. .11U 21701 (U.S.A.) (Received G December 1977) (Revision reccived 9 March 1978) (Accepted 17 March 1978) . Summary (vl [~l'~`F~Sh~:~•~1'f.UCGI;N"t,.~~tM~i~Rc,INJc:.G1,.c~Ts The carcinogenicity ar,a muta.gc•nicity of 26 nitrosamines wcre c•omParc'd t' hell) validate the predictability of a short-term in vitro test. SU'o of tilc com pouncl; .howed al:rrrmc•nt Ix•twrrn the two c•harac•tc•ristics, while 2U';. d;d not Of the latter group, 8",~ were false positives and 12;o werc false nc.;ntives. 0 3 ~ 4 ~ 0 •1. ~ f C1 4
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50333 8407 ; 'n 1 267 ;Li Lilierr%ia, !!bfthm K• f:Eii;.,DS OF s1LDY, by tbra!:= K. La.icn'A:.ad, E-. P. Fedcrr•_n snd J. E. Dowd 1967 165 PF-es Johus Hopkius Presg BHIi;Lmore . - ~..3.i ~ U 3 r1 n n(~ ~ 1 ! 1 S
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-Likhtaan, V. I. 707; EFFEtf OF SURFACg-ACTIVE MEDIA ON DEFORMATION OF . L . ... T:.g ~.. _ _ N+L 7~S.Y..O 1~GC 3.C3 Yrrc3 a _. • CC^yS ^.Y , 1rc n 0 2 2 1 1
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. :" 50333 8401 iakart, pens~s 7isi, ITr,:•~.!f l::: u, 9 v7 Cr,'_'P.^.i13t n n n n 2. 2 t 0 9
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50333 8398 VOL. 10.jW 6 WATER RkSOURCES RtStARCH / //3-3' lle 7 DECEMBER 1974 . I I Me5-81 C i9 ;':~I) S. P. Acid Precipitation in the Northeastern United States CHAIILES V. COGBILL AND GQiF E. UKENS ~, Secrion of Ecoloty and sysrenwrics. Conrell Ualorrsily. Ahono. New Yorh 14850 Analysis of recent precipitation samples from the northeastern United States has shown a oonsistent pH ot less than 4.4, when the expected pH based upon equilibrium with CO, would be 3.6. A sioichiometric formation process being assumed. some 65% of the acidity is due to H,SO.. 3(1% to HNU,. and less than S% to HC1. The pH values may be predicted from chemical content and jenerrlly agree to within 0.1 pH unit with the observed pH. The distribution or acid precipitation encomp•rbses most of the northeastern United States. This pattern apparently has eKisted since about 1950-1955. but the intensity of acid deposi- tion. especially that due to HNO., has increased since then. Analysis of prevailing winds indicates that much of the acidity originates as a general source over industrial areas in the Midwest. -0 --3-0-.-0 - n 2 . .1 - Q - 6 r
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/ i i 0 I / / /CA1~GE11 RESEARCN ]!i. 1!M-tf9o. Jw~e tt7e) . ~ 50333 8392 The Effect of Substituents on the Carcinogenicity of N-Nitrosopyrrolidine in Sprague-Dawley Rats' VI ~~~~ ~e9 79 S.P. 11H~"- . tfilty and H. Wayne Taylor c.nMOs.n.w f roa..m. &ew4. oa.r:o+r0 o.a f~s'. N..owr L.ee.u.ry. o.. 0%*". r«ws... »uo 0 SUMMARY .00 0 N-Nitrosopyrrolidine and two of its derivatives were pre- pared and /ed in drinking water to Sprague-Oawley rats to compare the effects of substituents on the carcinogenicity of the N-nitrosopyrrolydrne molecule. 3.4-Dichloro-N-rntro- sopyrrolidine induced esophageal tumors in 13 of 14 ani- mals. olfactory carcinomas in 4. and a hepatocellular tumor In 1. All animals that received this compound were dead at 55 weeks after the start of the experiment. N-Nitrosopyrroli- dine induced hepatocellular tumors in 26 of 29 animals and Induced 1 olfactory carcinoma. Not all animals in this group were dead until 104 weeks of the experiment. 2.5-Oimethyl- N-nitrosopyrrolidrne induced only 2 hepatocellutar tumors 3 in ;29 r0irnfp. ~tte ~netqrl s~+bsy{~tipq diminished the liver carcino9en~ rtyT whill"the p ch/orrr substitution at- lected a different target organ. the esophagus. and greatly NMR' and mass spectrometry confirmed showed the absence of significant impurc 2.S-W me th yM/-nitr o sopyrrotidine . 2.' dine (Aldrich Chemical Co.. Milwaukee. mole) was dissolved in acetic acid (70 r Sodium nitnte (50 g) was added, and tr.• lowed to stand for 3 hr at room temper yellow oil was separated and combined tract of the aqueous layer (2 x 100 ml). ' was washed with waer (50 ml). dried (a, and evaporated in a stream of nitrogen residual oil distilled at a constant temper to give 37 fl(83x) of the nitroso compou- mm): UV~ (H:O) 342 nm (t 86). The NMR and mass spectra of the cor sistent with the assrgned structure ano sr of signtfkant impurities. Mass soectrum (70 eV): mie (relative i-
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1: u ~ r~auu - : . . . . ` _ ... ~~ .i~ ..1 ..";J:_ ...i+J_ ..~ . . .. ~~ .~. 1. . . :(996T) TIZ~ III. S6E8 EEE05
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50333 8399 lL Category: UC-48 RESPIRATORY NEASUREMENTS IN SMALL LABORATORY 11Ml1ALS: A LITERATURE REVIEW 40.4.ZiibMK L J. L. Nauderly /Idlation Toxicology Research Institute, Lovelace Biooedical and Environoental Research Institute. P. 0. Box 5890, Albuquerque. NM 87115 : 1 JYly 1979 Rertiey perforoed wdtr U. S. Cepartoent of EnerCy Contract NuaEer Et-76-C-04-1013. , 1 O ~' 0 lJ t•1 V ` ~ i O /
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19 I e 4 0 L; 1980 .. *1 1 . . . L . . . U 3 n 0 n o 2 2~~ R 50333 8410 Foundations ofiE'pidemiology fEOOND EOITION Abaa6a= !W. Lilienfeld. M.D.. M.P.H.. D.Sc. (Hon.) ONNIt{frY MSTINGUISl/[O S[RYIG[ rlIKISS,M Oi I11DEYlOLOGY til[ JOHNS NOPtINt UNIYI%SITY /CHOOL OF HYGIINI AND PUalJC MIALTN David E. Lilienfeld. A.B.. MS. Eng. New York Oxford OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1980 daj.~ 17E() 4 l
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. . 1 .. 1 ,. ao ~ - H 1980 U~ t~ 0 n~~ 2 2 1 -L I . a _ 50333 8411 l { Foundations of r-~pidemiology SECOND EDITION Abraham M. Lilienfeld. M.D., M.P.H.. D.Sc. (Hon.) {NMLSFFY DLfTINGU1S11FD SE/lY1C[ FD(IFLiSIM OF [ND[YIOIACY T1iZ JOHNS NOPRINS UN/Y[RSITY /OWOL OF NYGQNI AND rUXUt NLALTN ' 3M.id E. LBieafelck A.B.. MS. Eng. New York Oxford OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1Gw 1980 ,+Q _ !, ;1c (J(~7F t16 9 \ a:.
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._, I I 3 I J<'.~. f 10, ~.: . f 6400L~, ax"C"iw % 0->j"74r4 ,. on ~'1/~echarIlIISmS ,d £dAion.1971 i~ ;suipaurm Add and other S&. ong Acid Solutions Rr,19ss rctw,ixvuu_ 196i /nIJ / r1VCT1O"L GROVP PR[rARA- ' ' U 3 ~ ~ n.0
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i 50333 8408 •! RA ~- ~'' ` ~' 445 Li ~ 1,t3tsnEetd Abr+~h~ 1~e ~ ~'~ ~'~ T':~~^SFS Ati1) P1TM.T(: iIT;hT.7", o-~ ~'Sti±r,~i1C , ~ A~rah?n K. Lf Itr_nS.~ld s',nd Alice .T. 14FIfi £~4fi nrfiLg 1'hc Nc-sk.ir,s Pre4s Raltir.ore u :; n c} no '>. 2 1 1 t&
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50333 8q16 - PERGAMON TEXTS IN INORGAPIIC CHE?tISTRY, VOL. 10 REF The Chemistry of QD TI-IE ACTINIDES 151 Sn 1973 S. Ahrland, K. W. Ba~nall, D. Bro~rn, R. M. Dcll, S. H. Eberle, C. Keller, J. A. Lee, J. O. Liljenzin, P. G. lfardon, J. A. C. Marplcs, G. W. C. Milner, G. Ptullips, P. E. Potter, J. IZydberb Chaptcr 45 of Compreh:nsivc Inerganie Chcmisrry J CC. Bailar, Jr. / l/G /. ,J PERGAMON PRESS OXFORD . NMV YORK . TORONTO SYDNEY . PARIS . BRAUNSCHWEiG ~' ~~73 Jiy~r.~ A:~L r ~( cG~?l!,`1< ~--~...._ U 3 0 0 n o ~%~ I ~ 4 _ . _ _ ~ ,
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71 50333 8413 x Li 2 Li".ad4n1, dcseo -tr„ c.~.D.aai t:aw0XIaL . , ~...,. .. T...:::.;.:.:... F'.::. _ ~..,.. ~, 324-354 (1450) ~;~ r~ ~ ri 0 2 2 12 1
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. 50333 81100 ( 80 II Re2-80 S.P. Physiologist 20(4)61(1977) RESPIRATORY MEASUREME2ffS OFUNSEDATEfl MAK4ALS USING NON- REBREATHING VALVES. SPIRATORY NCASUREMCNTS OF UNSEOATEG rtMlW.S US1NG ftON- REBREATNIIIG VALVCS. J.__E_ F4wJerly, M. C. Ne uno_•, 5. A, URlnt~, E. Tesarck'Einda J. Siffurd•, dnd lnrna J. Siffur~l'. Inhal. iux. Res. lii:t., lurul.cr Oiimmd. t Cavirun. Res._Inst., Albuyuer,pre, N.fl. 87lI5. Re:piratory variablc: ol scvrn species were eeatiured wilhnut sedatiurl duriny steady-sLate air breathinq tu ubl.rin mm Kwl valucs and evaluate the smaller syccics as unsedaled subje,ts. Neasureurents used non-rebreathing valve; scate4 to ayyrupriatc size and collection of expirate. Subjects included punru5, hulwns, doqs, rabbits, guinca pigs. rat;. rnd Syrlan ha-ustcrs. Measurrments includcd respirvtury frc(jurucy, tidal vuluot, fnutr vulurrk, 01 and CO? exchamje, re•.piratory excbange ratio, alld ventilatory eyuivalent fur Uj. I'uure: and dnys accepted weasurenKnt with little conditioning while •.nullr•r slw•cies re- Quired aore intensive training. Ilaul.tcrs were rradily traiurd and perforrud reliably. Rats arwl guiruea yiqs were wre diffi- eult to train and pcrturacd erratically. lbe rabblts' yr•rfur- ttwnce was latcrew•Jratt• M:twcrn ham•.lrr; dnd rats. t•alucs obtoined w.rc relatr•d to buJy sitr auJ sm-tal,ulic rate a; e.- pecA.•d. Yalu.s were curqrared to thu•.t• pr.•Jrr tcd Ly lurnwlas ot Stahl (J..Airpl.,lhy•.iul. l2(i):4~1, 190) Iw•.r•d on allu,ctrnc relation to IHr1y wrright, to 1't•IJIc dJLI fr4.e 11u: sludy tn thi• (iteratur'.. (Rvscarch p•rforw.vl wrdcr Il. '.. fItUA Cwrtracl Nn. kY•74-C-W-Il/13. ) 0 3 cl n n 0 22 1 0 R
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4 f 50333 8421 a T06ACC0--SMOKE-BIOL.OGICAE TESTING/ TOBACCO~-SMOKE•--TAR/ yst version CONFIDENTIAL MANllSCRI!'T aubmitted for publication ia Beitrage fur TabakEorachung 00 X Li OXYGEN UPTAKE BY PARACOCCUS DENITRIFICANS MEMBRANE VESICLES AS A BIOASSAY OF TOBACCO SMOKE CONDENSATE AIiD CONDENSATE FRACTION TOXICITY t a Vvosaas T. Lillich and May C. Fu Department of Oral Biology College of Dentistry University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky 40536 /f 9q U 3 r1 o n 0 2 2 1 2 9
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50333 8412 Li l 1980 RC 261 CANCER--EPIDEMIOLOGY/CANCER--PROSTATE/CANCER--PANCREAS/ CANCER--BREAST/CHROMIUM/CANCER--GEOGRAPHICAL/SMOKING & HEALTH/ CA.NCER--CAUSATION -RY FNViR(INMFNTAI FACTf)RSf CANCER--CAUSATION BY HORM NES/ REVIEWS IN CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY Volume 1 Edited b E1-SEVIER-NORTH-HOI.I.ANI) Y New York . Amsterdam 0 3 n o n Abrahan>lM. _1Lilienfeld,: JM.D., M.P.H.. D.Sc. (Hon. a .. , University 1)islinKuished Servi<:e ('rr,(easor The Johns Hopkins University. School of Hyqiene and Public Health. Baltimore~`far~•Ian-~ 1 i. Cl 2 1 l/
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'.- 50333 8420 z 668 Li 'ti11ey, D. B. GRADUATE EDUCATION NEEDED BY INFORMATION SPECIALISTS AND THE EXTENT TO WHICH IT IS OFFERED IN ACCREDITED LIBRARY SCHOOLS. 1969 251 pages University Microfilms, Inc., Ann Arbor, Mich. U 3 n n n o ~~ 1~~
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50333 8427 filPCol-74 RJR C1.ASS ":0. PA`:I'IiL£T XI Co1-74 s.p. I;. C. ; Lilly, A. C. ; Til lcr, C. 0. (?'1tt1iP ;'.o:-ris Re:.. Ccnt. I:i.c:r-:cr.-2, 1'a. , U. S. ) t. SU"LIn-.r,iATi: L-L?;C;' ;nD:: I'Ci: Jour. F.ictic7:z. Soc. 120 (No. 12) 1658-73 (1973) (in Enl;lish) Yilctc a: : i i; ation%~ ~~ *19%4, ?10. h' S95` a:ds4 lobacco Iii story: ~~ 3 o n
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50333 8424 QH 611 Lillie, Ralph Dougall. 15I)6- L Histopathologic techr,ic und practical histochemistry, by R. D. Lillie. 3d ed. New York, Blakiston Division, McGraw-Hill t19651 zii, 715 p. illus. 23 cm. First publisbed In 1947 under title: Htstopathologic technic. Includes bibllograpbtcal references. 1. Hlstology. Patdolog(cal-Laboratory manuals. i. Title. RB37.L65 1065 616.07583 C•1---7866 Library of Congress j7-1j U>r)(1(ln >z 1 -c7,
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LAhTNA.'~U*1 FLOJRIDE% 50333 8426 • 74 III Ti r r F,,tR ~'~a~ :`0. Y?'i?hLET 74 III Ti Tiller, C. 0.; tilly, A. C.; LonoY. B• C' ) • (Fhilip :•Scrris Res. Cent., Ric'nTona+ V3•* ~3' S' IO:iIC CG::Ut'CTION IN LaF3 THI\ FIi.I1S •~~ov. 15, 1973) (in Eug7.ish) Ph!sic^.l. Rev. B, E(tio. 10) 47..7-94 (. *aote :ffiliation* *1974, 'Iro. 6, W 2?Obi' *d* Tobacco hi'si:ox'y.: ti 3 Cl n n ct 2 2 1 3 4
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50333 8428 \T Co -74 ,.F... ~.. R.IIc CLASS ::0. P.^-M1'i:LT:T XI Cnl-74 .,.j~. Li l]y, A. C. ; Lc:Foy, , B. C. ; Ti17cr, C. 0. ; l%;^.itinf;, L. I'.es. Ce:~t., S.) 0^T ,}a:T? }':' OF :.:,Fa TEiI:; i' ~ i..,. . Jour. E1cTic•,:. Soc. 1_2_D 12) 1G%3-•7G (1573) (ii: Enr1l;h) 'kN ote ai f 11 i:_:io:;= ~ ;,074, ::o. 3, l` I:9G* *L?:.. ~'c,t~;~cco h ato y: t1 3 0 n ri n2 2 i?c 6 p
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19 _3J7~7 50333 8414 ~ ~ ~ ... X XI/ l~ ~G~, -- t. ~ ~ 7s ~ BIBLIOGRAPHY ON TIIE TOXICOLOGY OF VINYL CHLORIDE AND I'OLYVII~Y~. CIILORIDT: i"` Harry Hcimann and Ruth Li!is ~~ ~ M tu1l,Sinn'.Sc~iof o/ A-1_rr~~c'ir'•c ~ Uni~ vsil of Net •Cil / ~TTew Y~nh`I\ w Yj,rk 10(12J ~Donald T. Hawkins Ilell I aborarorirs ,Murray llill, New Jersey 07974 Because of the widebpread interest in the subject of vinyl chloride and poly- , vinyl chloride, it was decmed useful to Eather together the available bihlioi;raphic ' i malerial in order to provide a background for current research and ev;,luation. Three surveys of the literature wcrc made for this l~.utpose, one by the National ' Institute for Occupational Safety antl Health, another by the Bell Laboiatorics, ~ and the last by the Environmental Sciences Laboratory of the Islount Sinai School of Medicine of the City University of New York. Since the thrcc «•.re ap- t .......~L...i l.n... cn..+n.uS.ot .iirFnrrne nrrcnrrli~~re anri rarh rnnt:~inr~l cnnlC refer- ~ 0 3o n n n 2- 2 1 ~ 2
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50333 8430 / ~ TOBACCO--FERTILIZATI0N/TOBACCO--NITROGEN ~ TOBACCO---CAEMICAL C"OSITION--AGRONO*R--RELATIONSBIP J 78 VII Ag-79 S.P. , i Nitrogen Release Characteristics of Isobutylidenc Diurea and its Effectiveness as a 1 Source of N for Flue-Cured Tobacco G. S. M iner, J. 1P. t.tlll ; and D. L Terry ' PORTH CAROLINA STATE DNIVERSITY TOBACCO REPRINT SERIES N0. 586 (1978) Raleigh, N. C Reprinted from AGRONOMY JOURNAL Voi. 70, May-June 1978, p. 434-438 o~ n 0 n 0 2 2 r?~ R
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50333 8418 ,~I Ne-75: ,- - CHAPTER C1 - ''•Hicrobial Tc+xi s Acade ic Pr.s N.-Y VI 409-434 l97 ) ~;. Paiulin,.Penlctflic Acl~, art4~ C~ther C~d~`cinogenlc~t_ac~anes A. CIEGLER, R. W. DETROY, AND E. B• LiLLENOJ • l• tatulin........................ ................ * . A. Introduction ................................ ... ...... .. It Toxicity .............:.,..............:....................... C. Cellular FJTccis .................................. :............ . • D. Biosynthesis and Biochemical L-f[ccts ........ ::.................... IL Pcnicillic Acid ........................... '........................... A. Introduction .................................................... ' 409 409 410 412 413 414 414 • • 8. Chemical Properties .. . . ................. .................. -415 C Analysis .................._.................................. 416 ~ : . . .. : D. Biochemistry ................................................. 417 E Biologieal Properties ........ ........ . .... • . ...................... 417 ' f . F. Natural Occurrence ...................•...•................... 420 ~ 111. Other Carcinogenic Lactones ................... . .. . . . . • • . ........... 420 ,. . A. LaetonesasAlkylatinBAgents ,...,,,,,,,•.,,•..,.....,...•.•.•.. 420 . B. Five-Membered Carcinogenic Lactones ..:................-........-. 421 G Fout-Membered Carcinogenic Lactanes ................... :..:.... 424 D. Six-Membered Carcinogenic Lactones ............................. 425 . E. Other Biologically Activc Lactoncs ............................... 428 lteferences .......................... ..:...................... 430 ' t ,. f o~~ A n o 2 z 1 P. . 6 c
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F 50333 8423 w r^ Ref Q 123 Li 7 Q 123 Li tC. ?.iZl.ia, R. B. BIO:.GGICILI. STAINS, A Handbool: on the Nature and L'~--s of rhe Di:3 C:zp2oycd in the Bioiugical Labvratory, oCii eci. 1969 493 Pages The W122iams & jCilkins Co. Ba1t:G-aore O US no 2 2 1.
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50333 8419 ,aA Vnt.. Xt. NO. 34 /a~ •• Z//5- ~ 0 1OURNAI. 01;C;1_OPItYSICAL RESLARCII ~ DI:CGMt11:R I._I9Ib . ~--__---- - III Du -77 S.P. 2 Mesospheric Ozone Measured From Ground-Based Millimeter Wave Observations H. PENFIEt.n, M. M. LITVAK, C. A. GOTTL11:6, ANI) A. E. Ltl.i.f.Y Cer,ttr jor A.rt.ophYfiks. Itartwrd College Ob.rervarna• and Smlrhsonian Astrophpica/ Obsen•otory. Cambridge. Massachusrrts 01138 Nighttime to daytimc variation of the mesospheric ozone abundance was measured by meanc of the I 10.R-Gliz O, rotational linc during February 1975 with a ground-based radio tclescope located at 31'N. 104'W. The daytime and nighttime frequency profiles were treated by a numerical inversion mcthod to obtain the altitude dictributions of the ozone mixing ratio. The djwn mesosphcric 03 decay w•rs observed to occur during a S0-min interval during sunrise. The early daytime reduction of O, column dencny is approximately 3.4 X 10" cm-' above 60 km and is 1.0 X 10" em- ' above S0 km, both being a reduction by a factor of about 2 over the nighttime column densities. INTROr)UC'TION This papcr reports observations of ozonc sclf-cntission dur- ing day and night, the derived distributions for day and night, and a comparison with previously dctcrmined ozone distribu- lionc. Prcvieys mZllinyejc( yyr je qbscHatiqqs o(~this sl tne,tly Shinrabukuro and`A'ilsb{i 1~~3 a}tb Slrjrrtarl;ur~e't al.I 1~9 and of a similar one by Caton tt al. (1968) had insufficient lude dependence of the volume mixing ratio of the 0,. while the contributions from above 72 km all lic within a resolution- limited Doppler profile which only yields the column density of O, above this altitude, except for a reasonable estimate of the mixing ratio by extrapolation from below 72 km to about ;90 k m. EQUIPMENT 4 I -- - . ,+-1 ..." ~ ,.a-
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a 50333 8429 1 TP 370. Br Lilly, A. I?. Y. , jt. aut. firFnzrn, J. C. :f)•7S? CI i:~T: ':?`~.^• G:'c b'S' J. C. J. r, ?%Ii.ter-3, ls, r. _n!i A. E. V. Lilly. 1969 443 Elasvior Publishing Co. Ltd., 2?ats Ycrk U s n n n f) 2 2 1 :; 7
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50333 8422 SMOKING HABIT$--STUDENTS/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ 80 X Ro2 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 X Ro2 Roberts, C. J.; Fasal, E; 1L111ick, L. Cr, (Bureau of Adult Health and Chronic Diseases, Berkeley, Calif.) ASSOC. OF PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS TO THE SMOKING PRACTICES OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Chronic Disease Quarterly 1979 (Suppl. 17), p. 1-73 (1970) (in English *Note date '/Utojtthcr 25 faaon .ere found to F.a.e si;rificar: s.u_rinminato` sb?itv in the tompasisons af tke three snoktr.e catesnries. The ma:t L:.portant were "pter" farton, followed by "fanJy" :r.d "sehoel" factoa. The one facu.r that dacim:r, ated most e(fectivc!y betwrra s:nol.e : and nununnkers as w::i as sro:crs ar.d cssn.Rcn utrs; rcnve of sea was 6or rciny ollo.• Lett schoof /ricnds rna4e. .'•IotLer's astabdr torcpd rmokL"t w tAt nras best d•scrm:nator berween smoieas and r.-rsm4ere c( bc:h se.cs. !t .v second best a'sc in ducnr-:insani between scr.olers a-.d ecmoher ansec,q 6.+a, but w replaced by fat/rer's .:n:rcre anor.R beys. For 5_'s tradr ran:.ed thud tn 'vnpxtanct in thr saoker n-.r.ur.oler eomparson, wSiie u-other "pce:" fancr (who of hi.n'is most wp:er) teok :4:rd pLu for lea. The ar.s)tis reveaied sao that the senta of sisnificant faetcn ws aE'e to d_.ctim:nate betv•een any pau of s.^cl.ir.6 catqories with 100 pctcer.t aceu-acy. n 'l r l 1 ll rC
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POI,I.L''fIO.:--TO:{TCt?LCCY/1?'::IALATIOti/C;,Ja1.t'.`ii :L'102.ii1:.;;'AT.- t LLv-; i I LFAD-4,IR/DIS~ASES--CAUSES AND TH£OkTr6S fa' CAUSr:IO`:/yi:T~F?`:A:~ t:i:/ W At I,it~rafnre+ />'.wiPw ' OF I? OMESTIC ANI lIALS . By Rourrtr J. L4utR s+atear+ch pwltry husbandman, j :iYDROCAI:BONS--TOXICOLOGY/OCCUPATI0:7AL DISEASESI . AIR POLLUTANTS AFFECTING THE PERFORMANCE Animal Science Research Ditiision s~ A>tiricu iurc Hand ook \o. 34 M 11is review was supr.bitcd in part by funds from the National Air Pollution Coatrol Administration, Consumer 1',rotectioa and Entiironrr.ental Hea;t}. 3enice, Public Health Service, U.S. Departmcnt af Health, Educatio:>- and ti1'eff;;re. Agricul tural f{escarch Scrcice UNITED STATES DEPaRT1IEtiT (lF .1GRICCLT(:RE s. DePt 49 1-...><-'jv. Res. SCrv cfc l b W.ehiu.-ton, D.C. :esuc,i Aasvst 1970 Slishtt) revlscd Jnnuary 1972 d:; n n n o 2 2 1 3 3
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50333 8437 CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC A ALYSIS--HIGH PRESgURE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/ MASS ~PEGTgQMETRY~GHEJ~I~TRY, CL,INICAL/ Proceedings of a Symposium held at the Clini- cal Research Centre, Watford Road, Harrow, Middlesex, UK, on May 30, 31 and June 1, f QD 271 La 1980 UNIC 1 AL RESEARCH CENTRE SYMPOSIUM NO. 1 Current Developments in the Clinical Applications of HPLC, GC and MS 19@p ACADEMIC PRESS Editors A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovsnovich. Publish.rs London New York Toronto Sydney San Francisco A- M. LAWSON, C. K. L1M and W. RICHMOND Clinical Research Centre, Watford Road, Harrow, Middlesex, UK 0 3 1) 0 n 0 2 2 1 4 S
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50333 8431 Lilly, M. D. (Jt. Author) trts*sai11, P. L~•T:,^.$ SL::U. ISOLATIGa 07 Et:2YtiEa. by P. DuanS.17. tsnd H. D. Lilly Fr3CG'.88 Bio:::=iatry 7) 13"i.~i,,a v (1567) ~] 3 n n n rl > 1 1:~ 9 ~
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G 50333 8436 601 L Lillry, Virgil Greene. Physiologs of the fungi ~by) Virgil Greene 7-.illy;aml; Horace L. Barnett. 1st ed. New Yorb, JlcGraw-Hili, 1951. 464 p. Illus. 24 cm. (111(-Graw-FIill publicatious In the botanical sclences) 1. Fungi-Pbysiology. QKG014 589.2 51-120 73 *, .t,~ Library of Congress tf-~ t52o51 0 3.~~ n nr) 12 ! q 4
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50333 8417 I \fycoPatholo ia ct l[;culo,;ia pp!icata, vol. •t:,,(?-4) pa ..:,J- I?. *".e-74 S.i'. u Y AFLA'I'O\lN:1P z.rMOVAI, FROM AQUF0 US SOLUTIONS BY FL:1VOLAC1'i;1tIUJi aUhA\- , . TIACUM . E. B. LILLEHOJ, R. D. STL-Bi3LF_FIELI), G. 1I. S11'.N\o\ & O. L. SHOTWFLL AasrtzwcT In liqt:id eu!:ures growing and stationary phase cells of Flat:cbar!.ritnu auran- liotur,: \RRL I3-133 eliminated aflatoYin \li. Toxin conccntrat:o•tsof l51v;Jnlanri 37.5 juo(ml intt:fered with bactcrial gro•sth, a^d at the hicher level 4.4 1,~, >I, na> removed from tie g^o•.vth ri,ed:um by a rnilligram (dry Kei;`tt) of t_cv.ri... Toxin was completely removed frem the liquid mrdiur.t by incubatin; 5x l~1'° res•i , tells per milliliter with S of afla'orin '~It for 4 h. Atte:npted recoce:7• of M, the from cclls following incubation of-the b::tcria •.cith the toxin den.c^strated that Mi was essentially nonextractable. Bacterial ceilt also remoced atlato\in NIl f:om toxin- eontaminated milk. •ALLCROF-i' and cowork^_rs (1--1) and DEIONGH et al. (10, 11) found h}•dror}•Iated allatoxin derivatives in the mi:k of co-ws fed _~y -S 7 ~
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.+ TA 401 Am 1998 I 50333 0440 1978 colic""/ ANNUAL'BO®K OF Ae. H M ad TA1`i DL"0 R8,y S Includes standards of: C- 1 on Cement C- 7 on Lime C-11 on Cqllings and Walls . Committee ~ ; Cement, ime; eilings anc~Jalls Z.~; (Incluciing Man~~al of Cement Testing) ~ Price $20.00 , - : 01-013078-07 PART 13 ~~~ Q~~M~RI~A11~ SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS ~ ~ 19?6 w&e St.. Philadelphia, Pa: 19103
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50333 8444 : L3.n:e. v.9 Ullmann, Fritz, 1875- ed. Encyklop:idie der technischen Chelnie. 3., vullig nen g staltete AufZ. in Gemeinschaft mit S. I3alke tet al.l hr:g. cc Wilhelm Foerst. Munchen, Urban R Schwarzenbero, ]95: v. Illus., diagrs. 28 cm. ConTe.rrs.-1. Bd. Cherolscher Apparatebau und Verfahren.techn' 1. Chemistry, Terhnicai-Dlctionnrles-German. i. Foerst, W helru, 1898- ed. it. Title. I TPfJ.U614 0 Library of Congress (S4g'2j G2-253 ; 03 -11 n n 0 2 ~ 1 ~ 2 11 1
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50333 8433 t ti t id Ih ~ i G Ki f • ase w a c al a actod net cs o R- o!. S0, 1517°) 71 II Re-72 ~ . -4 S.P. • --~ ` O Frrmrnt Tcchiwl \'ol 50 N~ f p 8 3~1 ~1~''') ` , P. P. Gray, P. Dunnilt, andM.-'L'.`Liily; r/7- ~ / Kinetics of vcalactosidase Prodtrction by a , • C'.tlnstitutive A'Iittant.of ,~E,~tlccricltia-~;oli /, ~(ILicKLuui.al 1;:~,;iuvi~rint; Sc.-tian. D_q.%rtn:wt of Chemieal Fnbinmrint;. ~ Univrnity Co1kXc l.r,nsion.. •fortingwn Yl.ic::Tondon)` ~ E. toli A'fL30S, a mutant constitutive for R-balactosidasc, a•as bro%vn in batch cu!ture on media containinb blycerol and yeast extract up to cc11 concentrations of 15 g dry wt./I. When the growth rate was not limited by the sup,r)ly of oxyben. final intracetlular 19-galactosidase activities of 4.7 p moles u-nitrophenyl-;:-a-balactoside (O:VPG) hydrolysed/tnin/mg dry wt bacteria wcre obtained at &oK•t.h ternrcratures of 35-43°C. At 25°l: lotlt the gro%.•tli rate and final Intracel:ular enzyme level %.•ere lowcr. Tiic production of (i-F;alactosidase was groath-associatp3. Thc re:ationship between the p-t;alactosidase production rate and growth rate is discusse3. 3' n htrouuction
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TP 50333 8446 497 Lime juices Tr Treogler, Aonv1d t:iteley, 1E9t,- FRtlIT A?1D VI: GE:Tt'';L£ JUICE P: OCCS :Z1Z:: TECi:NOUG., by Uieizld K. Tre6olsr and Ncyasrd A. Jo_lyno 1961 1028 p. Avi Pub. Co. koatport, Conn. Includes bibl ioErephy. ,.~,..,.~ 2 2 1 ~ 4
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X}; ltoF-F-OW i 3 ;. . • 50333 8435 ~ bBA 61228 . . ' s Porous glass ws a solid support for immobili-atinri or affinity cihroma!,J, aphy of enzVitlev Biochin, Biophyt dcto, 242 (197St654 661 ' i P.1. ROBII:SO*J, F. DU'rTILL and•il.D. Li:.t.Y ; Biochttr.icaf Ene-ir.cerinF Section, Dcjvrtmcnt ojQiensicnl Enjineoinl. U ty CoQije Loa.ion.' Torringron Plrct, Lc.don k'.C. 1 (Ers.qnc'f ~ ' (Received August 2nd, 1971) .SUI+LM.ARY Chymotrypsin (EC 3.4.4.5) and B-galactosidase (6•D-galactoside galactohydrolase, EC 3.2.1.23) w.re ur.mobilised by attachment with glutat±ldehyde to aminoalkyisilyl gl-ss. The preparations contained 16 and 12 r.i5 proteinJg glass respectively. The retention of aetivity on immobilisation for chyraotrypsin was SO;o and for j3-galactosidase was W'b. •; Glycyl•D-phenyhlanine was irnmobilised in ihe sarr.e way znd used for purification of carboxypeptidas: A(peptidyl•Lamir.o-acid hydrolase, EC 3.4.1.2) by affinity chroma tography. . - . 0 3 r~ n n n 22 1 4 3
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RA 576 Un 1978 .S. 1. REPORT NO. Z. 3. /.. 1`'~ [ ~ I (+ , EPA-600/3-78-066 50333 843 9 ~ - L ~ y l. TITLE AND SU9T17LE , S. REPORT DATE July 1978 issuing date Asbestos - A Bibl iOgraphy 8. PEHFORMING.ORGANIZA7ION CODE 7. AUTMORIS) 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. James fi. Tucker, Philip M. Cook, Gary. L. Phipps, d'!'au3'"li. Lima* Gertrude N. Stokes an _ 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADURESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 1BA608 Environmental Research Laboratory-Duluth 11.cON RACT%GnANTNO. 6201 Congdon Boulevard uth, Minnesota 55804 Dul _ 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT AtJD PERIOD COVERED Environnental Research Laboratory - Duluth Of f ice of Research and Development l4. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Duluth. Minnesota 55804 EPA/600/03 ~ ~ 15.SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES * Department of Physiology, School of Medicine, University of Minnesota-Duluth, Duluth, Minnesota 55812 This bibliography contains 1,425 references pertaining to the chemical, physical, biological, and medical properties and effects of asbestos in our environment. The bibliography was compiled by the asbestos research group at the Environmental Research t w{...-.....-..= n..l ...1. T..7 ...L 1a.. ;..--. ~ . • .. , _ 'T-_ 0 3 n 0 n 0 2 2 1 4 7 '~r'
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i 50333 8441 BEVERAGES/ XX MeF-E-402-76 A CONSUMEfX TEST OF CITRUS DRINKS MADE FROM COMMINUTED WHOLE CITRUS FRUIT John P. Nichols, Robert L. Degner, Chan C. Connolly Bruce J;; ~.ime, and Robert Cruse May 1972 Texas Agricultural Market Research arid Development Center Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station and the Texas A&M University Agricultural Research and Extension Center at Weslaco In cooperation with the United States Department of Agricultural Research Service Food Crops Utilization Research Laboratory Weslaco, Texas 0 3 n 0 n 0 2 2 1 4 9 .~......a Agriculture ~°. .>.~ .,.,~~
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XXII ~leRg 77 S.P. ~ ~~ ~9~ ~a.3 (l ~~G~ • Pulnionary Changes among Vinyl . Chloride Polymerization Workers* Q. U1ir; 1+l.D.; 11. Anderson, Rl.D.; A. Mtller, M.D.; and 1.1. Sclikufj, Al.D. S oon after the emergence of vinyl chloride as a new and potent carcinogen, producing hemangiosarcuma of the liver, clinical studies of three groups of exposed workers were undertaken iu order to assess the preva- knce of vinyl chloride-induced adverse health effects. The spectrum of clinical and laboratory tests was broad.' with the main focus on a possibla hepatotoxic effect and/or portal hypeitension, on the abnormalities of peripheral circulation of the extremities with possible associatcd bone lesions in the distal phalanges (acro- osteolysis), and on the history of prenarcotic symptoms during overexposure. In the absence of appropriate VC measurements in the past, such acute episodes were interpreted as reflectinosigni(Icont toxic exposure. v 3 n--- 0•---n-a -2 -: 2- 1 2- 3 50333 8415 7, Tablc l-Chrst X-ray FNm Abnormalities Fn _ VC-PI'C lixposed It<'orkers (Croup A) • •-1 ,._ Duratio of n I , Exposure Total No. Abnormal Chest X-ray (years) Examined Nulnber Percent Lcxs than 2 48 7 14.6 2.1-5 66 12 18.2 5.1-10 54 8 14.8 10.1-20 81 27 33.3•• 20.1-+ 41 12 30.0•• Total 290 66 22.7 •After exclusion of all lxrrsons with any past asbestos, eilica or coal dust exposure. ••Chil test sholN•cd the difference in prevalence of chest x-ray abnonualities in workers with exposure of more thun 10 years to be significantly higher than in those with ehorter exposure. buildings, with modem equipment, had led to a decrease of e.posure ievels in recent years, for both VC and PVC. The third plant (Group C) was studied because it was knosvn that indwtrial hygiene surveys and monitoring. of tht \!/'T ...~..........1.,....1.. 1...$_.......1~ .. -.-..-..:Ll.. .., ,.-.1.. _ _ __1_.. ,p t•
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~ MIt~'LS AND MIt:EI2AL RESOURCESISILICATES/CE'aYNT/i,ON('i:-ETEiLIME/ROC}CS A:'P '+IV'.:RALS/ ABRASIt'F.S/GLASS/CRAPiiITE/E:3ERGY RESf1;TRCrS/CARBC'I/C(1AL/FL'P.IS/Gt:MSTO"i!:S/DIA'4D2:T).r+/ ~ ADSORPTION/CLAY PRGDLTCTS/CERATdINCS/CLASS/ ~ REF CHEMICAL TEClINOLO(;Y : AN ENCS CLOPEDIC TR: ATMENT. ~ TP ~ The Economic application of Modern Technolo€ical Developments Based ~ 9 upon a work originally devised hy thee late Dr. ;J. F. van Oss ~ J Ch General Editor: T.J.SJ. van Thoor 1971 VOLt1,%tE 2: NON-METALLIC ORES, SILICATI: INDUSTRIES AND ti.... w SOLID MINEP.AL FPI:?.S. BARNES & NOBLE BOOKS (a division of Harper & Row Publishers, Inc.) New York ..-...,..n.......~-s----w-..~---A--~~---• .-............-...-,...._,.. -• --_:.. . . ~.,,_~_._ ._ o 3 o n t1 0> 2 15 0
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50333 8445 72 VII RT, TOBACCO--••=4'~P.iCUh:'11n_: i•C:3yCCG--q._:i2y/ A,•_ RJfi. CLASS NO. I'.'•`'DiiLF.T 72 VtI Ry N. (To'oacco Rcs. B?. °hvdesia, Salisbury, Rhod.) f:FF1:CT OF 3J.a'~i t+:: ItiK ~iiE`,LC.;'•. CO:.Tnc_ ;'IOS OF : i,L .-( :: :EU 3C!{ 1f CO. r..hod. 3cuPAgr. hes. 9, 1Q1-1J5 (17%i) (in En~:i;.,) *Ke)•~'crds:* nicccine, prt.~r., cons*_: reducing sugars, green, constituent. , t i . n n n n ~2 1
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. -_ 50333 8447 ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/. BEVEItAGES/ORANGES /TANGERINES/;RAPEFRUIT/LEMONS /LIMES / . CITRUS SCIENCE AND TP 370 Ka 197? TECHNOLOGY Volume 1 vINutrition, Anatomy, Chemical Composition and 3ioregulation Volume 2 Fruit Production, Processing Practices, Derived Products and Personnel Management Edircd by: STEVEN NAGY, Ph.D. Research Chemist US. Citrus and Subtropical Products Laboratory Sourbcrn Region. Florida Anrilles Area, uSnA. AIIS Winlrr Haven, Florida PHILIP E. SHAW, Ph.D. Rcscarch Leader U.S. Cilnrs and Subtropical Pruduc7s Laboratory Soulheru Reginn, Florida itnlillesAren• (1SIJA, i1KS Ninfcrlloveu, Florida MATTHEW K. VELDHUIS, Ph.l Fornscrly Laboratory C1/iic/ (1.S. Citrus and Sub!rnpical Products l.aborufory SoulhRrn lfegiun, Florida Antilles /{rca, US/1,•1, A RS lYinler 1laven, Florida (l 3 1) 0 n 0 2 2 1 rJ S THE AVI PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. WE.S7PnRT rnwmr-o .,r..,.
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Tllc ~..~trbc-S cC E, x ti'.zc'tio n~ a rza_.. Purificaiioxt (if' f;wqr..cs by Dr. P. Dtattrill aud Dr. .11. 1). L;lly IriuciCalErr0rrceril(A, Sr,t;.+n, Crr.-#ri,,al.n~in:nia~ D,'r.rrhu;ut, llcnrr:it~G'll: r.1.'n.1'n) Ii\7ROD[1C7ION rcrttd tc\Iuctiou in thw tiniul r of Th;t; is n~ .u{niti o:trrussin .u{nitio:t itt tilc t~'lati o~ iu"Lltion stcp and p;' slbl. a 6iulo icsl in,!.:.trirs of thc ticcd for a txi"nA .,:i"n nfuu oldcr ttl ..}hilir thcy c;r.]ir: w dr.•1. IdinG of th\ rnc}t/t.s arc •rj l"1:.1. tlIu.'h pratnvtc _II tl,;tc to U\a ot t:.i, v l\{rnt., /;t:,~ is to 1: n a. .l of ` {t.~t1 ] ti:!:.~!IV1I liWt :Ilnri t':N. I,I1i l.il,U:Jtr:t\hUl.i;cv:' I'f,~.f•'nttl a t~ r..~l\..J sl.tes,s,. •{ llr \l, t,.l ,l,rr•:r,t ut a r.i i.of t:nrtl,: t,ta t:,- r'l:t'•..! r i cl :;t ut:l4ci, t;.l-.t,•r cl',:cws sstll ia ti:rn in rlr, nc,' r;n .•.},;.?. tir t' icr :,i i,\1• s:nnul.cr ct, r:..r: I fr r,::i c/t't.wr:", a af hn :~.ul:{ Ir tl.. G? .. .., 1!„ u.Cr].iTulu tnt\'I .. , irt . !.'...., .. , ttx t?,j. , t- 01,1, _t7VV_\/ l(•~1 1 Q S[ ll \(j t•/(J f'~ "~/TT"t r`a \1 \ll Il"a t:.ar . t... .111•• .. . . ,.... . . .•\:1.. (, • 1. ... . ..~ . ( . a r r . . , ' .. 50333 8434 l
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50333 8454 TOBACCO--USSR/ TOBACCO--ANTI-TOBACCO CAMPAIGN/ -81 TOBACCO--ADVERTISING/ 78 XI Ad l S. P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XI Adl-81 s.p. Deber, R. B. (Univ. Toronto, Dep. Health Adm., Toronto, Ont., Can.) !HE LIMITS OF PERSUASION: ANTI-S"iOKING ACTIVITIES IN THE USSR. Can. J. Pub. Health 72, No. 2, 118-26 (1981) (in English) A many-faceted anti-smoking campaign has been launched in the USSR in recent years. This campaign has relied heavily upon tactics of persuasion, and avoided measures which would affect the number of cigarettes manufactured, sold or smoked. 03 0 0 n 0 2 2 1 6 2
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C01TO:IJKL':~1AFJUht.tRf rt7"'iTtEC,1Ci.0:">;Slpit'~enfo/GJA~'A/FI,AVICARYA :PAS~! U'I FRUI'! i PASSION FRUIT/PEi'PER/SESAM^r.JLDlE/COFFIE/LE'•!O,%T/GRAPEFF:UIT/ORANCE/TO'-IATO/ EGG-PLRNT/POTATO/COLA: NITZDA:KOLA/COCOA/TEA/JUTE/RAMIE/CALABASH/P0;IECRANATE/ ToBACCO--sOTANY /COCAJ QK UTROPICAL C R O PS 4 1968 DICotylPdons 2 9 u 2 C. { J. W. PURSEGLOVE Ptofessor of Botany and Plant Pathology University of the West Indies Trinidad JOHN WILEY AND SONS, INC. NEW YoItK IJ• /~: f'iyo c 1: ~', (:Y as `
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50333 8452 '' _ ~..~.....,~ 73 X Gil TOBACCO--SMOKING--"HY SI CAL PF.RFOR"tANCE--EFFECTS / AVIATIOY/ TOBACCO--St.OKING--PHYSIGLOGICAL EFFECT/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--CA::BJN MONOXIDE CONTENT OR BLOCD/ Cibson, R. S.; *Soroncy, W. F. RJR CL.1SS NO. PA.MPl{LET 73 X Gi1 : (tvlval Aerospace Reg. Med. Center, :;aval Aerosnace Med. Inst.,Pensacola, Fla., U.S.) A LIMITED REVIF?' OF THE EFFF.C'I OF CIGARETTE SMOKING ON PERFOR`L4"iCE L,'ITli LmA5 T 5 ON ex I?lT I CNZ. Naval Aerospace Reg. "ed. Center, Navul Aerospace Med. Inat., Special Report 72-2, 8p., Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 22, 1972 (ii1 English) vy7, .~, v 3815A *jt* b, co ,e cift: 0 %1 2 1 6 0
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50333 8403 81 y Hs TASTt.•TESTINGjSkNStS yANQ StNSATIONJ Likes and dislikes, and preferences In man: methodoloeicai and other considerations Pr.f.r.r,o. & Ch.rnor.c.otion P•/.~j-13v - (.i1~- 7) Roland Harper p.partm.nc of Food Sei.no.. Uniwrsity of Readinp, UK. Hedonics has beaone a awjOr topic omoeintng WAn's ts+Wtim to taste ard odair stLnull. Attantirn is liinited here to the njepasse to x.de1 •ystens. dating badc to the 1920's sather then to actual foods 0041 oMpd- nents). Iicwever, due acoount is talc,en of the axtensive Qurstiannalre atudies of the appeal of different foods by Aerys++ .t al(1960). Ub single rrssura - Asdcnic r.slaonss, IYefarana., av+asrptian or rst. - adsc(u.tely an+eM nsGpan.as to foods. 84dlas in ac3s1 syrt.m tvvsnl .auw of the Lmpartart factcxs .hld1 uust Le taken into +n=sit. 4tro.. include the nsture of the pssticulu ad individus]~ of sespa~se, t?usslrold value stinulus aartiantraticn, and 9z"oup diffesarwes. sttne biological ard .a+e Lrrned, inCltding those Opantiilly social in csigin. lfrae and ot3ier a.pe,Kj rn disauss.d in tsan, of seLctw sqwiwsntal dat. aa trtas snd odxas. '2_ .l..,.' .p ._3 tl ~ t1 0
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50333 8449 76 XI Re-78 S/P/ RJR CLASS 'N0. PAt•'PNLET 76 XI Re-78 s.p. Oropeza, P.; Iraqorry, B. (Venezuela t'+cad. tled., Caracas, Venezuela) THE ACADEMY OF t•SEDICIP;E OF VEtJEZLELA DEt•;A';DS ADVEP.TISING RESTRICTIONS UM CI(,ItRETTES. *(Limitacion de la propaganda de cigarrillos solicita Oficialmente .Acaderia de ;'c-Iicina. )* l:cademy of ';edicine, (Oropeza, P. and Iragorry, Q.), neti•rs release, CLracas, Verczuela (Nov. 1977) - in Spanish *Abstr. in: El Universal 1977, n.p. (Nov. 23, 1977)* - *;Sote date* ; r ~~rl0n 0 22 1 57
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50333 8451 x "1r'IMITA'TION OF SMOKING BY SONS AND Ba DAUGHTERS W40 St4aKE AND SMOKING 4 BEHAVTOK OF FARF.N"TS Bier, n~ nn~.n ...~..___......_.: .... ~......~.... .... ......., j'..NL V:".Ll•.Z.7`f cr7rT'T.7. !i.~ 4e;ao Lj 0 i 03 n A n o 22 1 5 9
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50333 8459 TP i 715 Lin, Tsuifeng (Jt. Author) Li Un, Hsiang-ju, 1931- Chinese Qt~DL Chinese gastronomy. by Hsiang )tt Lin and Tsuifen, Lin. With an introd. by Lin Yutang. New York. Hasting~,,- ~ House (1969, 211 p. illus. (part col.), mnP. 27 cm. 10.00 "A Giniger Aook ^ Bibliography: p. f2071-f204; 1. Cookery, Chinese. i. Lin, Ts'ul-fEng (Lao), joint author. D. Title. Tl 7?,1.5.C3L53 641'.013'0951 76-815 ~ 0 C13\ SO;;S-01131-4 ? ALA1C Library of Contre~s / 69 f2I U 3 n 0 n c, 2 > 1 6 7
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--`- • 50333 eU50 X3C MeF -B-F4R's-74 The limitations and dangers of commerciogenic ~ nutritious OOC7 St.,z Amer. Jour. Clin. Nutr. 26(9) 1015-1023 (1973) Barry .if. Popkin` and Michael C. Lathaia' In the last few years, some consideration has been given to the relationship between nutrition, national development, and plan- ning. Hov zver, this has not been translated into national food and nutrition policy (1). Wnere nutrition has been considered, the subsequent programs have often been un- imaginative, and in many countries they have failed to reach those in greatest need. In some countries, there has been an unhealthy reliance on foreign technology and often a tendency to ignore the real socioeconomic considerations necessary to develop an eftec- t,ve program. In many parts of the world, both in indus- trialized and nonindustrialized countries, the extremely poor are benefiting least from the existing social, health, and nutrition services, and yet th:y are the persons most in need. Exictin,7 Tne limitations and the potential danSers of relying on commercial;y produced, !ow cost nutritious foods to reduce or eliminate malnutrition have neither been adequately investigated nor put in persp;ctive. The in- volvement of vested interests has limited scrutiny of their necative eftects. Commerciogenic nutritious toods are de- fined as commercially produced products high in protein and designed mainly to re- dice the seriousness and prevaicnce of pro- te:ln-caloric malnutrition or to improve growth of children at risk. They inc!ude milk products for infant use. semisolid manufa,:- tured weaning foo~s, high protein snack foods and beverases, various commcrcial mixtures of cereal, legume, and oil seed flours, and similar products. Our discu,-,ion here is limi[,.d rn th,, .-c--•-.m . (~ 3 fl 0 n Ci 1 1 t S R
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QR ---Lincamytin, v. 14 50333 8469 1 Ad ADVAtiCES IN APPLIED M7CR0BI0L0GY. V. 4- 1962- Academic Press New York A ~M ~ 3~l (l t1 ff i;~ ~ 7 7 ~
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10 S 01' P•GALACTOSInASC EIOC111>SICA CT dlOl`N\~ICA ACTA ' a s08-3 s , i ~.. . ( i i I I aButity chromatography. ' 4. The operational stability of the adsorbent has been examined under con- ditions of continual re-use. The binding capacity of a eolumn w•as unaltered after being used 35 times. g. Single eluent operation is discussed in relation to scale-up and to continuous P. J. ROBtNSOY• 1'. DUNN tt.L w.DWD. L1t.LY - Bioclewiaf E.tire.rin~ Srctio.• Orparlwirnt oJCAeMicaf Enjinreri.g, tlniaertity Colkgc Lowlon, ~ Tlrrin&. /'1au. LoR[On, lt'.C.J (CwFlonl) IRene:v.d irw tab. 10721 z. Purificatinn of a-galactosidase on columns of agarose substituted with ¢ aminophenyl-p-D-thiogalactopyrannside has been invcitigated for both normal sorption-desorption (tuo-step operation) and elution under conditions giving selective retardation of (1-galactosida:ic (one-step operation). s. Purifiratinn of the enzyme by two-step and one-step operation has been shown to %icld products of bo and i7°; purity, respectively. } The effects of flow rate and ionic strength on enzyme binding have bern investigated for the sorpticm-desorption process. aYTRODVCTIOY of bioingical materials by af6nity ehromatograph.•1. Affinity chromatography ` ( nttlises the hi;,hlv specific and powerful interactions which occur between many ~ '. .. o3 t;n nc~7~ ~ 4 0 71 II Re1j FACTO1tS AFFECTING SCALE-UP OF PVl'tN1TY CttROMATOGkAP1tY 50333 8432 stnxAltY In the last few years there has been a rapid increase in interest in the separation
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AIR--POLLUTION--ANALY 50333 8v68 AEROSOLS--MEASUREMENT RA 576 Li 1981 IS/ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING/GASES--ANALYSIS/ ANALYSIS/ Evaluation of -- Ambient Air Quality by Personnel Monitoring SECOND EDITION SECOND EDITION Volume I Volume II Gases and Vapors Aerosols, Monitor Pumps, Calibration, and Quality Control w.dw. U 3 n 0 n o?_ 2 I 7 6 A: L. Linch Consultant Eevironmental Health Everett. PennsYlv.nia CRC Prat. Inc. .oc. Rato., F,crie.
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6 9 ! 'l. G U qO-I ?LVq ?JIS Cq s,?urn:v.cQ 2rcnJuA zcc~ ~Cq ~Cvss3 un q1!Ai ui-l n0luris13 fun urt 2ua3znsj ofg , ; i / d1 t9h9 EEEOS ; u u U ~' 2/ 704d DY , r
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50333 8470 3and~ [ar" by Lor,,-n jdtll.crd 19If, [s 31 p. Herald Pr:c,--, ^cottsc;ale, PenZsyl.va.iila :; ~~ n n ~i >~ I 7 8
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; 715 ; Li ; { L I # 50333 8457 Un, IFIsiR,1;- jsz; 1931- Chinese gastronomy. by IlSiang Ju Lin and Tsuifenr Iiastin~~ Lin. \Citl: an introd. by Lin 1"utang. New York, House 119691 21114. 1Uu=. (part col.), arnP. 27 cm. 10.00 "A (3inilrer book." Bibtiography : p. j107n2fX; n. Title. T17 24.5.C5L55 Sl3N Sa3"1131-! Librar,° of Congreqs 1. Cookery, Chinese. i. Lin, Tc'ui-Rne (Liao), joint author. --~ fr41'.413'0451 76-51 fi 70 ~ ; ' MARC ' 89 12, 0 :; . 11 i6 S
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50333 8465 ~ poka aolls C~i~•,~r,E f- - Gh~/.ci~a~ ~ / ,ta PODL /~ o 0 Ciniese ~Cookilg By Tsuifcng Lin and Hsiangju Lin UNlh an Essay by L7n Yutang nrawi»gs by Siu Lan Lob U 3 n 0 n0 .2 1 1 7 3 ~
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50333 8460 i ~ fl. •rltti,JnUttxAt. n1 tA'nns'fItTAT. T:c:01~'n,tlcs 1 Volumc XXV1 ScptanLcr 1'J7I : ~ I i~eB7-78 s.P. IRESP.ARCI-I AND DLVI;LOPI1',NT II\T TI-Il: PHARMACEUTICAL INIUSTRYSPLC:IFICA'I'ION )-t\ i ERROR AI'PROAC:HI v Y' PGTER 1). LoF.n ANI) VtNCEAtT LIO p I IltVTRODUCTION IH rcccnt ycars, much cconomic research has Uccn devoted to thc invcstiGation of thc cictcrminants of kcscardi and Dcvclopmcnt (it S D) and to thc tcsting of thc 5chumpctcrian hypothcsis that R& D is rclatcd to Grtn sizc.t This study investigates the relationship bcnvccn R&. D aud sizc in the P1uu•nna- ceutical industry. Unlil:e many other studics in tlic litcraturc, this investiga- tion is based on titnc scrics data, covcrinu; the pcriod tgGt throuRh 1972. Poin• well-known moclcls arc tested using classical lincar regression analysis as thc estimation tcchniduc. The modcls arc variations of: ,r • 0 3 0 A n-0 2 2 1' 68
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50333 8466 73 TII.P.e1-77 S.P. An Engineering-Economic Model A of Residential Energy Use Eric Hirst William Lin Jane Cope 229040 oRNLlT M-5470 nal: Rirlre i.at3onal Laboratory, Oak Ridp,e, Tenn. July 1976 Disttllbuted by U. S. Dept. Commerce, National Tech. In£nrm. Serv. 0 n a 2?_ f- 74 4
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1 XXI Me-76 i; S.P.' t ;. . . 4 ao M a at; O kn oieeiocP.i,c~fue oATA' )' ySrF`-R~1-T-74-016 ` 12. SFIECT 1 vR 245i n2 •. 7itle and Suhtitle Enzymatic tlethods of Miaking Fructose and Other.Selected Work t 7. Authar(s) A. Emery, V.41. Rodwel l, H.C. Lim et al. 9. 1'cr(ominF UrFjnizstron Name an.l Addtcss Distributed by: Purdue University UtS.DEPT. COA4~tERCE, {School of Chemical Engineering ~ATIONAL TECHNICAL INFORD School of Agriculture . West Lafayette, Indiana 47907 SERVICE 3. Keeipicnt's Acccsiion tio. 5. ItCpo:t ()ate 1974 6. 8. 1'er(orming Uidaniza:ron Kepi No. 10. Projcct/Task/Hock Unit No. 11. Contract/Grant No. . GI-34919 cnod ort & i' l Nc T )3 p ypc o . )2. S oosorinF Urp.nrz~tron \amc tnj Address i ~tesearch Applied to ~lational t~eeds (RAt1N) co.er~d Prog. Repcrt *S. Fla:ional Science Foundation Feb. 1973-Feb. 1974 Washinaton, D.C. 20550 )A Progress is reported in programs directed toward the enzymatic isomerizatien of glucose to fructose and the design of a Nl',D-dehydrogenase reacter. The fructcs_ section reports ti•rorl: on basic equilibrium and kinetic data, characteristics of whole cells entrapped in cellulose acetates, data on colu,nis containing soluble glucose isomerase immobilized on paper and agarose, affinity chromatography, and tests on the separation of fructose from glucose. The NAD-dehydrogenase reactor design has progressed in the study of the enzyme system, the substrate, the co- factor, and the cofactor regeneration. r 0 3 ~ 0 n~~ 2 2 1 4 h ~~~~- ~~ 17. Key Cords and Uucunent Anaiysis. 170. Uesrripcots ~~~
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Jour. Agric. Res. China 27(3) 223-27 (Sept.78) 50333 8454 XX MeCIO-8o Studies on the prodution of mung S.P. . bean sprouts with the plant hormone 1 by Raey=Song Lin' Summary A study for promoting quality and yield mung bean sprout cultivation with the e tcellent plant hormone. ' Morphological observation showed that the hook of mung bean sprouts is the key to I identifying of treatments. It is showed that the key is the method of biological test. Protein analysis showed that Ethrel and 2,4-D treatments increased the cotent of mung bean sprouts. Scanning electronic microsopy showed that Ethrel treatment and 2,4-D treatment induced the enlargement of cortex cell of the hypocotyl section. r~ It is suggested that mung bean sprout treated with 10 ppm of Ethrel should be val- uable in the commercial production of mumg bean sprouts, proccided that residue would not be a problem for human health. 0 3 U t) n 0 2 2 1 7,7 , ~~• ~ . . . . . . . . . .
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. ' - . . ; -~ . III Du2 77 S.P. O(D-1) production in Ozone Photolys:.s Near 310 NM Jet Propulsion Lab., Calif. Inst. of Tech., Pasadena. AU?'HOR: Lin, C., Deaore, W. B. C1735L1 FLD: 4A, 55A STAR1118 15 Jul 73 11p REPT N0: NASA-CP.-122206, JPi.-TM-33-635 CbNTRACT: VAS7-100 K011ITOFt: 18 50333 8456 I ABSTRACT: Relative quantum yields of 0(D-1)production, phi, in ozonr photolysis from 275 nm to 334 nm were determined in the gas phase at 233 K. The O(D-1) was monitored by means of its reaction vitF. isobutane to form isobutyl alcohol. The light source was a high pressure mercury lamp combined with a monochromator, u,ith a bandvidtt. of 1.6 nca. The results show a constant phi below 300 nm, which ff- taken as unity on the basis of previous work. There is a very sharF fall-off in phi uhich is centered at 308 nm. At 313 nm phi is not greater than 0.1. (Author) DESCRI T0. S- *~oBy- roducts *Ozone, *Photolysis, *'Yield, Atmosph~ric chetcis0ry~ ~rh0rc9_ ~. 1 6 4
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50333 8458 4 iHECT BY'-W-iJ-75-237 q~, t • . 4. Title wnd S bticle 5. Repoic Uate Optical Coatings for Flat Plate olar Collectors - Final 1975 "` Report % : 6. ; Auchorts3 11. Y. B. Mar, P. B. Zimmer, et al , erlormin . Or6:nization Nsme and Addreaa foneyl~~el1 I nc . Systems and Research Center 2600 Ridgway Parkway Nsf" t•lirtneapolis, Minn. 55413 ,NsF ~onsorir.g Orgunization Name and Address esearch Appl icd to National Needs (RANN) National Science Foundation Washington, D.C. 20550 8. Pc((orming Ur6anizacion liepc. No. )0. F'eojecc/, ask/1Vork Unir No. ' 11• Contract/Grrtat No. C957 AER-44--09104 13. Type of P.eport & Nerioi Coveted Final Report 9/16/74 - 9/16-75 14, '°• "°'tr"`S Optical coatings that would enhance the economic feasibility of flat pla::e solar collectors were investigated. Processes were developed for producing single ar double layer AR coatings on glass by dipping in a silica saturated fluosilicic acid solution. The three most promising selective absorbing plated coatings and their typical optical properties were: black nickel (Ilickel-zinc suifide), a= 0.95, ~ c= 0.0-'; b~ac,~• c~' ome (chrome oxide),a = 0.95,•c = 0.10; black iron (iron oxide), n= O.i3~3, ~='0.19'. Qei~k:ti~ie ~irh .. ~atdngs were developcd with ncminal optical ~ 1prov^rties of «= 0.90 and c= 0.30. Materials cost for a typical selective paint ., 1 r«?. - r, laWcl• jhvn the selective nlated . ~
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50333 8453 76 II Re-81 8002 «37 2 p /LcO. w0 SCOq C6XJ) J OENT RES '- 798 1~1ti ~- ,actaRS {or1ypo tAieynntte (OSQ) ~lnerethn 1. IMarn fallva. [. 1RUITT*. J. :1EAOW0. aM Y. FL9QA6. is1v: 4F 141. 1n {irsingAa.. ]6291. . -Ae orid.t/on N th/ecyensb (tC11). a normal ow+ pnent of saliva. by ocrostde (eacreted by srny Wal Ncterla) Is atalyied by salivary peroaidase u). TAe oxidation Product OSC1/ inhibitt .etaEo- tn m.ny oral bcteria. TAe 11.1tin+ facter for salivary OSCM product/on is tAouOht to 1e C rwtld. evallNility since f01 Md LP aapwr %e 4 eacess In normal saliva. Nowerer, sosx studies Aaw Indtcated that conceetratton of saltnry Sd ry also be lt.ltiny for pSCN qtneration. Yc report Aere results N a systsstic strdy of tAe effects of variation of V activity. and paroatde eud Spi conoentretion en /n vitro ~eneratiar M a6C11 tn M/wle saliva. Fre~s ~li +.~e saliva fro. ) 0 3 o p ct 0 '1_ 2 i b 1 .0-,. - 509 normal suEjects contained a man of AqM OSCM (renqe 1S-108rM). S/gnlfiuntly AiqAer OSCti could be eeasuYed after f ttn. /ncu0ation at 31°C as a eesult of endopenrous peroa/de production. Supple• omtatlon of saliva ath addlt/onal lP (0.1 wgTnT) n0 i can ntreatt nlra On. rer, s n un ncnases nere p uce33y suppi aRtn a M r .d or peromdt /. eYer, rea er 1Kreast n "uC- UPw, ss ser.e r en oeroe e..ert a e, ta dr~ro_nprwli ~a tra. Ye eonc ude- tTia ~n n alde ~ 0_e/_mitlna actors or een- irattpn I M n0 "IAuNr ssl1va and tMt tbe nOrua ert o ta iY ry l s nOt mit nq. •ted tn pert ~y pMS nternatlon-aTTe1T- soip 1F0S T11D tt03-01 end !OQ contract ft4S6•
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50333 8473 xx Lindamood, J. B. (Jt. Author) Ra2 (1468) Ramachandran, K. S. OUR INDUSTRY TODAY: CHOCOLATE FLAVORING MATERIALS FOR ICE CREAM.II. CHEMICAL PROFILES BY INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY, by K. S. Ramachandran, I. A. Gould and J. B. Lindamood Jour. Dairy Sci. 47 (No. 4) 458-463 (1964) U~n n n o ?. 1 1a I
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r JSB , LicRdane 50333 8476 i95Z 10b ~ ~ 0'Brien, R. A. Ih,°.ECiICIDES, ACTION A2M "Tt.BOLIS2i 1967 332 Pagee Acede«:ic Pre&6 New Yc+rr. 2. 1 H 4
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8Z~1 ~i EKperientia 37 (1981). BirkhAuser verlaE. B se{ IScFiw ei~ , a,,,r (u ~tL-PY ~'L a~ 50333 8U63 Blockade ofy(iicotinic receptors in brain with d-tubocurarine induces decreased metabolism, cutaneous vasodiia tion and bypothettrtia in rats' ~7Yl.T.Lieand A.Chandra ! L( C.~3~~ ~~(~ ~~ E 118 De t oJPhysiology and Biophysics aNonal Defense Medical Center, Taipei (TaiM•an), 25 August 1980 Summary. Direct administration of ubocurarine into the lateral cerebral ventricle of conscious rats produced decrease, metabolism, cutaneous vasodilatation and hypothermia at ambient temperatures of 8-22'C. Also, pretreatment with d tubocurarine antagonized the arecoline-induced hypothermia. 4 / r It has been repeatedly documented that intracranial admin- istration of cholinomimetic drugs produces hypothermia in the rat". This hypothermia can be antagonized by block- ade of central muscarinic receptors with atropine sulfate'. The present study assessed the effects of blockade of central nicotinic receptors with d-tubocurarine on thermo- regulatory responses and on the hypothermia induced by the cholinomimetic drug arecoline. Materials and methods. Adult male Sprague-Dawley rats, weighing between 250 and 300 g, were used. The ex- perimen