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Tropospheric Ozone: Human Health and Agricultural Impacts
Ozone Effects, Exposure, Risk, and Regulation: Introduction and Background of the Ozone Problem (D.J. McKee). Concentrations of Ozone in the Lower Troposphere (T.R. McCurdy). Acute and Cronic HealthExpand
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Review of National Ambient Air Quality standards for ozone assessment of scientific and technical information. OAQPS staff paper (June 1996). Final report
This staff paper evaluates and interprets the updated scientific and technical information that EPA staff believes is most relevant to the review of primary and secondary national ambient air qualityExpand
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The status of comminution simulation in Australia
Abstract The modelling of the processes of mineral comminution and the associated processes of classification is a stimulating intellectual challenge, and as a scientific activity has produced moreExpand
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Binding of transition metal ions by ceruloplasmin (ferroxidase).
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Health effects associated with ozone and nitrogen dioxide exposure
Of the oxidants and nitrogenous compounds found in ambient air, O3 and NO2 are among those most thoroughy investigated. Large health data bases have been compiled in air quality criteria documents,Expand
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Review of the national ambient air-quality standards for ozone assessment of scientific and technical information. OAQPS staff paper. Final report
The revised staff paper evaluates and interprets the available scientific and technical information that the EPA staff believe is most relevant to the review of primary (health) and secondaryExpand
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Interferometric measurement of refractive index
In this paper a simple method is described for measuring the principal refractive indices of crystals using a Michelson interferometer and a single principal section of the material. This work formedExpand
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Automatic flotation control- a review of 20 years of effort
Abstract Some twenty years ago, the first on-line devices for measuring the metal content of flotation slurries became available. As a result, the first studies in the automatic or computer controlExpand
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Critical Toxicity Reference System I. An Approach for Managing Quantitative Toxicity Data
The Critical Toxicity Reference (CTR) system is an approach for managing quantitative toxicity data. The essential components of this system include a thorough search of available literature,Expand
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Review of the national ambient air quality standards for nitrogen dioxide assessment of scientific and technical information. Staff paper (Final)
This paper evaluates and interprets the updated scientific and technical information that EPA staff believes is most relevant to the review of the primary (health) and secondary (environment;Expand
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