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Oil Fly Ash-Induced Elevation of Plasma Fibrinogen Levels in Rats

Residual Oil Fly Ash Inhalation in Guinea Pigs: Influence of Absorbate and Glutathione Depletion

Rapid Analysis of PAHs in Fly Ash Using Thermal Desorption and Fast GC-TOF-MS

Efficiency of stepwise magnetic-chemical site assessment for fly ash derived heavy metal pollution

Associations between oxidative stress levels and total duration of engagement in jobs with exposure to fly ash among workers at municipal solid waste incinerators

Inhibition of β-Defensin Gene Expression in Airway Epithelial Cells by Low Doses of Residual Oil Fly Ash is Mediated by Vanadium

Acute Pulmonary and Systemic Effects of Inhaled Coal Fly Ash in Rats: Comparison to Ambient Environmental Particles

Electrocardiographic Changes during Exposure to Residual Oil Fly Ash (ROFA) Particles in a Rat Model of Myocardial Infarction

Residual Oil Fly Ash Increases the Susceptibility to Infection and Severely Damages the Lungs after Pulmonary Challenge with a Bacterial Pathogen

Microbial Stimulation by Mycoplasma fermentans Synergistically Amplifies IL-6 Release by Human Lung Fibroblasts in Response to Residual Oil Fly Ash (ROFA) and Nickel

Cardiac Arrhythmia Induction after Exposure to Residual Oil Fly Ash Particles in a Rodent Model of Pulmonary Hypertension

Pulmonary Responses to Oil Fly Ash Particles in the Rat Differ by Virtue of Their Specific Soluble Metals

The use of coal fly ash in concrete for marine artificial reefs in the southeastern Mediterranean: compressive strength, sessile biota, and chemical composition

 

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Large solid particles that are contained in emissions from fuel combusted in a furnace and emitted with the smoke plume unless trapped by a dust separator or baffle chamber.

Subjects: Environmental Science — Public Health and Epidemiology.


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