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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Journal of Chemical Health and Safety Volume 19, Issue 2, March–April 2012 Contents
Date: March 16, 2012 7:59:32 AM EDT
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Volume 19, Issue 2, Pages 1-46, March-April 2012

3. Leveling the field

4. Letters to the Editor

5. Dust explosion hazards with sugar J.C. Jones

6. Glovebox glove dexterity comparison Original Research Article Amanda M. Castro, Cindy M. Lawton, Michael E. Cournoyer, Cynthia L. Blask

7. Standard ANSI Z9.14: Testing and performance verification methodologies for ventilation systems for Biological Safety Level 3 (BSL-3) and animal Biological Safety Level 3 (ABSL-3) facilities Original Research Article Farhad Memarzadeh, Lou DiBerardinis

8. A field method for the detection of elemental mercury in sink traps Original Research Article Gary D. Alpert, Howard Herman-Haase, Mark Roberts

9. The risk of mixing dilute hydrogen peroxide and acetone solutions Original Research Article Jimmie C. Oxley, Joseph Brady, Steven A. Wilson, James L. Smith

10. Toxic tips: Xylene William E. Luttrell

11. Mechanical code change proposals of interest for research operations1: Accident/incident information on the Web2 Ken Kretchman, David Rainer

12. The tools they have John DeLaHunt

13. Inherently safer design—Do definitions matter? Dennis C. Hendershot

14. States of matter Pages 41- Frankie Wood-Black 15. Warning to all principal investigators

Pages 42-43 Neal Langerman 16. UPCOMING EVENTS

Pages 44-45 17. Chemical safety pioneers: The beginning

Pages 46- Robert Alaimo

18. Guide for Authors

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