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NIOSH Analytical Methods for Set R.
NIOSH 1976 Dec:60 pages
Sampling and analytical methods that can be used to monitor worker exposure to air contaminants are outlined. The methods have been validated under the joint NIOSH/OSHA Standards Completion Program and are suitable for measuring airborne concentrations of these substances and for determining compliance with the standards. For eight compounds, information is presented on the principle of the method, range and sensitivity, interference, precision and accuracy, advantages and disadvantages of the method, apparatus, reagents, procedures, calibration and standards, and calculations. The eight compounds are: carbon-black (1333864), cyanide (57125); dimethyl- formamide (68122); silica (amorphous including natural diatomaceous earth) (7631869); talc (nonasbestos form) (14807966); carbon- disulfide (75150); dimethyl-acetamide (127195); and hydrogen- chloride (7647010).
NIOSH-Contract; Contract-099-74-0045; Air-monitoring; Air-sampling; Analytical-methods; Air-contamination; Mineral-dusts;
1333-86-4; 57-12-5; 68-12-2; 7631-86-9; 14807-96-6; 75-15-0; 127-19-5; 7647-01-0;
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NIOSH, Cincinnati, Ohio, Stanford Research Inst., Menlo Park, California, 60 pages, 12 references
Page last reviewed: September 2, 2020
Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division