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Determination of Occupational Exposure to Alkanolamines in Metal-Working Fluids

Determination of Dermal Exposures During Mixing, Spraying and Wiping Activities

Bayesian Sample Size Determination for Case-Control Studies When Exposure May be Misclassified

Determination of Short-term Exposure with a Direct Reading Photoionization Detector

Determination of bisphenol A concentrations in human biological fluids reveals significant early prenatal exposure

Gas Chromatographic Determination of Urinary o-Cresol for the Monitoring of Toluene Exposure

Determination of exposure due to mobile phone base stations in an epidemiological study

Applicability of an exposure model for the determination of emissions from mobile phone base stations

Influence of Background Exposure on TLD Minimum Dose Detection and Determination Limits

Determination of the general public exposure around GSM and UMTS base stations

STABILITY OF THE NEUTRON DOSE DETERMINATION ALGORITHM FOR PERSONAL NEUTRON DOSEMETERS AT DIFFERENT RADON GAS EXPOSURES

DETERMINATION OF THE INTERNAL EXPOSURE OF GREEK CITIZENS RETURNING FROM JAPAN IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE FUKUSHIMA ACCIDENT

Determination of N7- and O6-methylguanine in Rat Liver DNA after Oral Exposure to Hydrazine by Use of Immunochemical and Electrochemical Detection Methods

Determination of Potential Dermal and Inhalation Operator Exposure to Malathion in Greenhouses with the Whole Body Dosimetry Method

Monitoring of exposure to acrylonitrile by determination of N-(2-cyanoethyl)valine at the N-terminal position of haemoglobin

Determination of a Bound Musk Xylene Metabolite in Carp Hemoglobin as a Biomarker of Exposure by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Using Selected Ion Monitoring*

Determination of VX-G Analogue in Red Blood Cells via Gas Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry Following an Accidental Exposure to VX

Fluorometric HPLC Determination of Δ-Aminolevulinic Acid (ALA) in the Plasma and Urine of Lead Workers: Biological Indicators of Lead Exposure

 

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Although it is not immediately apparent, the means of determining optimum exposures for reversal transparencies (slides) exposed in camera, and for negatives, are not always identical.

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