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Volume 24, Issue 6, Pages 1-46, November-December 2017Journal of Chemical Health and Safety 
Volume 24, Issue 6, Pages 1-46, November-December 2017 

Page i 
Editorial Board    
Page ii 
What a year!    
Page 1 
Harry J. Elston 
Safety and ethics in ACS and major scientific and engineering societies: A gap analysis    Original Research Article 
Pages 2-5 
Daniel R. Kuespert 
Response letter from CEPA to "Safety and Ethics in ACS and Major Scientific and Engineering Societies: A Gap Analysis"    
Page 6 
The ACS Committee on Economic and Professional Affairs 
Safety and health risk perceptions: A cross-sectional study of New Jersey hair and nail salon clients    Original Research Article 
Pages 7-14 
Lindsey J. Milich, Derek G. Shendell, Judith M. Graber 
UN-GHS - Physical hazard classifications of chemicals: A critical review of combinations of hazard classes    Original Research Article 
Pages 15-28 
Cordula Wilrich, Elisabeth Brandes, Heike Michael-Schulz, Volkmar Schr=C3=B6der, Silke Schwarz, Klaus-Dieter Wehrstedt 
A comparison of occupational exposure limits and their relationship to reactive oxide species    Original Research Article 
Pages 29-35 
Tracy Zontek, Burton R. Ogle, Scott Hollenbeck, John T. Jankovic 
A comparison study between passive and active workplace personal air monitoring techniques for airborne isopropyl alcohol concentrations    Original Research Article 
Pages 36-43 
Austin K. Simons, Rodney G. Handy, Darrah K. Sleeth, Leon F. Pahler, Matthew S. Thiese 
Pages 44-45 
Corrigendum to "The efficacy of alkalized liquid hydrogen peroxide for the remediation of manufactured methamphetamine in clandestine laboratories" [J. Chem. Health Saf. 24 (2017) 2-10]    
Page 46 
Clyde V. Owens 

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