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Exposure Chambers for Research in Animal Inhalation.
Fraser-DA; Bales-RE; Lippmann-M; Stokinger-HE
Public Health Service, U.S. Department of HEW, Publication Health Monograph No.57, Public Health Service Publication No. 662, 1959:60 pages
Monograph describing the basic types of exposure chambers that have been successfully employed by the Occupational Health Program, Public Health Service, to investigate problems in industrial toxicology, together with the philosophy that guided their construction and development. Data are presented to demonstrate the operating performance of the chambers. Some of the topics covered are: large, small, control and pilot exposure chanbers; design considerations; operation and performance for solid particulates and liquid aerosols; sampling and sampling procedures and devices; characteristics of vapors and gases; physical and chemical environment; warning devices; loading of chambers.
NIOSH-Author; Testing-facilities; Medical-research; Sampling-methods; Air-sampling; Measurement-instrumentation; Airborne-particulates; Dust-inhalation; Airflow; Industrial-hygiene;
Public Health Service, U.S. Department of HEW, Publication Health Monograph No.57, Public Health Service Publication No. 662, 60 pages, 79 references
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