Catalog Record: Interaction profile for jet fuels, hydrazines, trichloroethylene, arsenic, and strontium-90 | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Interaction profile for jet fuels, hydrazines, trichloroethylene, arsenic, and strontium-90 / prepared by Syracuse Research Corporation ; prepared for U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.

Related Names: Osier, Mark. , Odin, Marc. , Risher, J.
Language(s): English
Published: [Atlanta, Ga.] : Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, 2001.
Subjects: Strontium > adverse effects.
Strontium > toxicity.
Trichloroethylene > adverse effects.
Trichloroethylene > toxicity.
Hydrazines > adverse effects.
Hydrazines > toxicity.
Petroleum > adverse effects.
Petroleum > toxicity.
Arsenic > adverse effects.
Arsenic > toxicity.
Environmental Exposure.
Hazardous Substances > toxicity.
Note: Contributors: John Risher, Marc Odin, Mark Osier --P. v.
"December 2001."
Prepared under contract no. 205-97-0622.
"Draft for public comment. Comment period ends: November 30, 2002"--Cover.
Physical Description: xv, 56 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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