Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2005 14:09:31 -0500
Reply-To: "Saldivar, Jay" <SaldivarJ**At_Symbol_Here**SHARPSEC.COM>
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From: "Saldivar, Jay" <SaldivarJ**At_Symbol_Here**SHARPSEC.COM>
Subject: Re: New Issue of "Chemical Health and Safety" Table of Contents
Comments: To: List Moderator

Can anyone direct me to info on potential health and physical hazards associated with nanotechnology (specifically nano-particles)? Our research group is presently looking into experimenting with nano-materials incorporating zinc, silicon and gold for use in the semiconductor and LCD industry. They mentioned interest in 'many more' nano-substances. Any input in this area would be greatly appreciated. Regards, I. Jay Saldivar Safety Administrator Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas 5700 NW Pacific Rim Blvd Camas, WA 98607 (o) 360/834-8734 (f) 360/834-8565 saldivarj**At_Symbol_Here**

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