Chemical Detection of Gaseous Pollutants: An Annotated Bibliography
Walter E. Ruch
Ann Arbor Science Publishers, 1966 - Air - 180 pages
Over 1200 references, arranged under 2 sections, i.e., reviews and general bibliography; and list of detectors by compound. Intended for use of industrial hygienists, safety engineers, workers in the fields of education and chemical research, and those working on the development of new detectors. No index.
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