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Mining Publication: Historical Perspective of Personal Dust Sampling in Coal Mines

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January 2002

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Proper measurement of dust particle concentration is a critical step toward the elimination of dust-related occupational disease. This paper examines the development of dust sampling methods in U.S. coal mines, with emphasis on the benefits of personal sampling and on recent developments that permit real- time assessment of dust exposure.

Authors: FN Kissell, JC Volkwein, JL Kohler

Conference PaperJanuary - 2002

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NIOSHTIC2 Number: 20023133

Mine Ventilation. Lisse, Netherlands: A. A. Balkema, 2002 Oct; :619-623

 
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