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black carbon

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carbon copy n. (US black)

Acute respiratory symptoms following massive carbon black exposure

Effects of Subchronically Inhaled Carbon Black in Three Species. I. Retention Kinetics, Lung Inflammation, and Histopathology

Effect of Preexposure to Ultrafine Carbon Black on Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection in Mice

Association of Black Carbon with Cognition among Children in a Prospective Birth Cohort Study

OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO CARBON BLACK IN ITS MANUFACTURE: DATA FROM 1987 TO 1992

Impact of warming and drought on carbon balance related to wood formation in black spruce

Comparative Proteomics and Pulmonary Toxicity of Instilled Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes, Crocidolite Asbestos, and Ultrafine Carbon Black in Mice

SAMS, Craig Lynn (born 1944), Co-founder, 2007, and Executive Chairman, Carbon Gold Ltd; Director, Soil Association Certification Ltd (Chairman, 2007); President, Green & Black’s, since 1999

Human Individuals Vary in Attractiveness for Host-Seeking Black Flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) Based on Exhaled Carbon Dioxide

Ultrafine Carbon Black Particles Cause Early Airway Inflammation and Have Adjuvant Activity in a Mouse Allergic Airway Disease Model

Ultrafine Carbon Black Particles Enhance Respiratory Syncytial Virus-Induced Airway Reactivity, Pulmonary Inflammation, and Chemokine Expression

Hepatic and Pulmonary Toxicogenomic Profiles in Mice Intratracheally Instilled With Carbon Black Nanoparticles Reveal Pulmonary Inflammation, Acute Phase Response, and Alterations in Lipid Homeostasis

Endothelial Dysfunction in Normal and Prediabetic Rats With Metabolic Syndrome Exposed by Oral Gavage to Carbon Black Nanoparticles

In Vitro Enhancement of Mouse T Helper 2 Cell Sensitization to Ovalbumin Allergen by Carbon Black Nanoparticles

 

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A fine carbon powder made by burning hydrocarbons in insufficient air. It is used as a pigment and a filler (e.g. for rubber).

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