Journal of Chemical Health & Safety, November-December issue

JCHAS coverHere’s what’s in the November-December issue of the Journal of Chemical Health & Safety:

Editorial: Looking to the horizon, by Harry J. Elston

Is benzene still a good indicator of risk during crude oil spill clean-ups? by Frank M. Parker (Caliche Ltd)

Improving lab coat selection, use, and care: Lessons learned from one university’s comprehensive lab coat initiative, by Mary Lindstrom et al (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Reliability study of an emerging fire suppression system, by David A. Miller et al (Montana State University)

Environmental and public health risks associated with chemical waste from research and educational laboratories in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, by Charles Kihampa (Ardhi University) and Harieth Hellar-Kihampa (University of Tanzania)

Comparative characterization methods for metal oxide nanoparticles in aqueous suspensions, by Gary A. Roth, Nicole M. Neu-Baker, and Sara A. Brenner (SUNY Polytechnic Institute)

Aluminum sulfate, by William E. Luttrell (Oklahoma Christian University)

Brief discussion of deflagration and detonation, by David Rainer (North Carolina State University)

Follow through, by John DeLaHunt

Green chemistry and process safety, by Dennis C. Hendershot (AIChE Center for Chemical Process Safety)

Competence and compassion, by Peter C. Ashbrook (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)

Not Jane Fonda’s China Syndrome, by Neal Langerman (Advanced Chemical Safety)

Read the label, by Robert Alaimo

Corrigendum to “Protective equipment for small-scale laboratory explosive hazards. Part 2. Shielding materials, eye and face protection” [J. Chem. Health Saf. 2015, DOI: 0.1016/j.jchas.2014.11.004]

Author: Jyllian Kemsley

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