NIOSH manual of analytical methods, 3rd edition, supplement.
Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 85-117, 1985 May; :1-334
With this Supplement to the Third Edition of the NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods, the complete manual contained 153 methods for over 300 substances. Updated methods were included for carbaryl (63252); carbon-disulfide (75150); dyes such as direct-red-28 (573580), direct-blue-6 (2602462), direct-brown-95 (16071866), direct-black-38 (1937377), direct-red-2 (992596), and direct-blue-8 (2429712); fibers including asbestos (1332214), actinolite (13768008), grunerite (12172735), anthophyllite (17068789), chrysotile (12001295), crocidolite (12001284), tremolite (14567738) and fibrous glass; the isocyanate group (71000823); paraquat (1910425); and tungsten (7440337); along with 4,4'-methylenebis-(2- chloroaniline) (101144) (MOCA) in urine. Also included were four direct reading instrument chapters and 51 newly revised methods for 99 substances.
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