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10.   Delaware Code, Title 16, Chapter 24, "Hazardous Chemical Information Act", State of Delaware:  Dover, Delaware. 

11.   Documentation of the Threshold Limit Values for Substances in the Workroom Air and Supplemental Documentation, American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienist:  Cincinnati, OH., (latest edition). 

12.   Fire Protection Guide on Hazardous Materials, 7th ed., National Fire Protection Association:  Boston, MA. 

13.   Goodman, L. S., Gilman, A., The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, MacMillan:  NY, 1975. 

14.   Gosselin, R. E., et al, Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products:  Acute Poisoning, 4th ed., Williams and Wilkins:  Baltimore, MD, 1976. 

15.   Green, M. E., Turk, A., Safety in Working with Chemicals, McMillan:  New York, 1978. 

16.   The Hazard Communication Standard - A Guide Book, National Safety Council:  Chicago, IL., 60611. 

17.   Hilado, C. J., Clark, S. W., Autoignition Temperatures of Organic Solvents, Chem. Eng.:  NY, 1972, (19), 75-80. 

18.   Industrial Environmental - Its Evaluation and Control, U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Services, NIOSH, U. S. Printing Office:  Washington, DC., Stock Number 017-001-00396-4, 1973. 

19.   Industrial Ventilation, American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienist, Committee on Industrial Ventilation:  Lansing, MI., (latest edition). 

20.   Kaufman, James A., A Kinder, Gentler Laboratory Standard. 

21.   Knoll, G., Radiation Detection and Measurement, John Wiley & Sons, MY, 1979. 

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25.   Martin, A., Harbison, S., Radiation Protection, Chapman and Hall, Ltd.:  London, England, 1979. 

26.   Moe, Lasuk, Schumacher, and Hunt, Radiation Safety Technician Training Course, Argonne National Laboratory, ANL-7291 Rev. 1, Health and Safety, May, 1972, available from NTIS, USDC; Springfield, VA 22151. 

27.   Morgan, K., Turner, J., Principles of Radiation Protection, Robert E. Krieger Publishing Co.,:  Huntington, NY., 1973. 

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29.  NIOSH OSHA Product Guide to Chemical Hazards, DHEW (NIOSH):  September 1978, Publ. No. 78-210. 

30.   Northern Illinois University (NIU) Chemical Hygiene Plan  .

31.   Olishifski, Julian B., McElroy, Frank E., Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene, National Safety Council:  Chicago, IL, 1976. 

32.   OSHA's Revised HCS Inspection Guidelines. 

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36.   Prudent Practices for Handling Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories, National Research Council, National Academy Press:  Washington, D.C., 1981. 

37.   Purdue University Chemical Hygiene Plan. 

38.   Radiological Health Handbook, U.S.H.E.W., Public Health Service, F.D.A., Bureau of Radiological Health:  Rockville, MD., 20852, available from USGPO Stock number 017-011-00043-0. 

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42.   Shapiro, J., Radiation Protection, Howard University Press:  Cambridge, MA., 1981. 

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46.   University of Pennsylvania Chemical Hygiene Plan. 

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48.   Winholz, M., Ed., The Merck Index, 9th ed., Merck and Company:  Rahway, NJ., 1976. 

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