Investigation of organic aerosols generated during sugar beet slicing.

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A description is given of a hygiene investigation made to determine workers' exposure to airborne microorganisms and antigen in the slicing area of a sugar beet refinery following complaints by the workers of work-related respiratory symptoms. Dust concentrations in the slicing area were not high (up to 3.5 mg/m3), but there were many airborne… (More)

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@article{Forster1989InvestigationOO, title={Investigation of organic aerosols generated during sugar beet slicing.}, author={Herbert Forster and Brian E Crook and B W Platts and Jean M Lacey and Marisa Topping}, journal={American Industrial Hygiene Association journal}, year={1989}, volume={50 1}, pages={44-50} }