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AFRL-RX-TY-TP-2009-4594 A PANDEMIC INFLUENZA PREPAREDNESS STUDY : USE OF ENERGETIC METHODS TO DECONTAMINATE FILTERING FACEPIECE RESPIRATORS CONTAMINATED WITH H 1 N 1 AEROSOLS AND DROPLETS POSTPRINT ( Code 20 )

@inproceedings{HeimbuchAFRLRXTYTP20094594AP,
  title={AFRL-RX-TY-TP-2009-4594 A PANDEMIC INFLUENZA PREPAREDNESS STUDY : USE OF ENERGETIC METHODS TO DECONTAMINATE FILTERING FACEPIECE RESPIRATORS CONTAMINATED WITH H 1 N 1 AEROSOLS AND DROPLETS POSTPRINT ( Code 20 )},
  author={B. Heimbuch and W. Wallace and K. Kinney and A. Lumley}
}

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