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Street level versus rooftop sampling: Carbon monoxide and aerosol in New York city
Abstract Aerosol samples were simultaneously collected with three cascade impactors for 2-h periods; two of the impactors were located at street level and the third was located on the 16th floor, allExpand
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Health effects of exposure to high concentrations of automotive emissions. Studies in bridge and tunnel workers in New York City.
On-site and remote health evaluations were performed on 550 employees of the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority in New York City. Extremely high ambient air pollution was observed. CarbonExpand
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Tentative method for the manual analysis of oxidizing substances in the atmosphere. 44101-01-70T.
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Sulfur dioxide air pollution in New York City: statistical analysis of twelve years.
  • E. Blade, E. Ferrand
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association
  • 1 November 1969
During the heating season SO2 levels at three stations in New York City exhibit irregular hourly and daily variation about a long-term repeating annual sine wave which peaks in mid-January. This sineExpand
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ATMOSPHERIC DERIVATIVES OF ANÆSTHETIC GASES AS A POSSIBLE HAZARD TO OPERATING-ROOM PERSONNEL
During surgical procedures in which nitrous oxide (N2O) anaesthesia was administered there was an increased concentration of both nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) in operating-room air.Expand
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The occurrence of caffeine in the air of New York city
Abstract Caffeine was found to be a major constituent of the basic portion of organic particulate matter in New York City. The concentrations of caffeine in two composite samples collected in theExpand
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