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تعیین سیلیس بلورین هوابرد
توسط: روزا جی. كي چوارت، پی. اچ.دی.،NIOSH/DART؛ پاول ای. بورن، پی. اچ.دی.،NIOSH/DART؛ دیوید آل، بارتلی، پی. اچ.دی.،NIOSH/DART؛ فای آل.رایس، NIOSH/EID، و پاول سی. اسكلچت، NIOSH/DART؛ اجزاء این فصل تطبیق شده بود: از خطر NIOSH (2002).

مجله‌ی: تأثیرات سلامتی از مواجهه حرفه‌ای با سیلیس بلورین قابل تنفس.                                                                                                      
 ساختمان، خواص، و خطور  سیلیکا                                       
 تأثیرات سلامتی و استانداردهای مواجهه                                
 ملاحظات نمونه برداری                                                    
 ملاحظات تجزیه ای                                                          
 امکان تشخیص سیلیس در غلظت های مختلف                              
                                                                                                                      
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