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Journal of Chemical Health and SafetyJournal of Chemical Health and Safety
Volume 22, Issue 4 ,  Pages 1-46, July-August 2015

Pages i

Editorial Board   
Pages ii

Re-evaluating an old prejudice   
Pages 1
H.J. Elston
Why is weapons grade plutonium more hazardous to work with than highly enriched uranium?   Original Research Article
Pages 2-9
Michael E. Cournoyer, Stephen A. Costigan, Bradley S. Schake
Occupational exposure to nanomaterials: Assessing the potential for cutaneous exposure to metal oxide nanoparticles in a semiconductor facility   Original Research Article
Pages 10-19
Sara A. Brenner, Nicole M. Neu-Baker
Semi-quantitative analysis of three hydrocarbon accidents   Original Research Article
Pages 20-22
J.C. Jones
An ergonomic assessment of sample preparation job tasks in a chemical laboratory   Original Research Article
Pages 23-32
Meshel A. Mork, Sang D. Choi
Methyl ethyl ketone   
Pages 33-36
William E. Luttrell, Lauren R. Bellcock
Pages 37
John DeLaHunt
Do we recognize "near misses"?   
Pages 38-39
Dennis C. Hendershot
Electrical safety   
Pages 40
Peter C. Ashbrook
Lasting legacy?   
Pages 41-42
Neal Langerman
Pages 43-44

You have ten minutes   
Pages 45
Ken Fivizzani
Guide for Authors   
Pages I-II

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