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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Journal of Chemical Health and Safety: Alert 27 January-03 February
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Volume 25, Issue 1, Pages 1-42, January-February 2018Journal of Chemical Health and Safety 
Volume 25, Issue 1, Pages 1-42, January-February 2018 

Page i 
Editorial Board    
Page ii 
Don't ever tell me-    
Page 1 
Harry J. Elston 
Photocatalytic degradation of phenol solution using Zinc Oxide/UV    Original Research Article 
Pages 2-11 
H. Dewidar, S.A. Nosier, A.H. El-Shazly 
A methodology on how to create a real-life relevant risk profile for a given nanomaterial    Original Research Article 
Pages 12-23 
Christa Schimpel, Susanne Resch, Guillaume Flament, David Carlander, Celina Vaquero, Izaskun Bustero, Andreas Falk 
A case history of legacy chemical cleanup in the lab    Original Research Article 
Pages 24-26 
L.C. Cadwallader, R.J. Pawelko 
Development of custom calibration factors for respirable silica using standard methods compared to photometric monitoring data    Original Research Article 
Pages 27-35 
Leon F. Pahler, Danielle D. McKenzie-Smith, Rodney G. Handy, Darrah K. Sleeth 
Engineering intervention to reduce API dust exposure during milling operation    Original Research Article 
Pages 36-39 
Vivek Kanjiyangat, Manikandan Hareendran 
Pages 40-41 

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