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Report on analytical methods used in a coke oven effluent study.
Schulte KA; Larsen DJ; Hornung RW; Crable JV
NIOSH 1974 May; :1-308
A coking oven study was conducted to evaluate sampling procedures and analytical methods for use in a coke oven effluent study. Selected chemical analysis of airborne particulates, vapors, and metals in the emission from five coke ovens were made. Eight sampling procedures and seven analytical techniques were examined in the study. Correlation coefficients on five of the analytical methods are given.
Methodology; Hazards; Toxicology; Exposures; Volatility
NTIS Accession No.
Division of Laboratories and Criteria Development, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, HEW Publication No. NIOSH 74-105, 308 pages, 35 references
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