Hazardous chemicals have potentially significant implications for the health of the environment, as well as for public health. Practicing industrial hygienists, safety engineers, and scientists need a single standardized, comprehensive data book to refer to when dealing with the detection, cleanup, and monitoring of these hazardous substances. Cooper's Toxic Exposures Desk Reference with CD-ROM contains the most up-to-date summation of hundreds of the most hazardous substances used in industry and found in the workplace. Arranged in alphabetical order by chemical name, this reference contains information concerning:Desorption is performed with a Thermal Desorption Unit at 650a700AdC. The mercury from the outlet of the desorption unit ... A detailed sampling and analytical method for mercury may be found in the NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods.
|Title||:||Cooper's Toxic Exposures Desk Reference with CD-ROM|
|Author||:||Andre R. Cooper, Sr.|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1996-12-17|