Procedures and Equipment Used in Inhalation Studies on Small Animals

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From Introduction: "These facts prompted the initiation of an effort to develop appropriate exposure equipment. The purpose of this communication is first, to describe an apparatus which, with modifications, allows pertinent information to be obtained on each individual small animal exposed and secondly, to set forth the pre- and post-exposure procedure adopted for obtaining required quantitative data regarding respiration, deposition. distribution and excretion."

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Thomas, R. G. & Lie, R. September 1963.

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From Introduction: "These facts prompted the initiation of an effort to develop appropriate exposure equipment. The purpose of this communication is first, to describe an apparatus which, with modifications, allows pertinent information to be obtained on each individual small animal exposed and secondly, to set forth the pre- and post-exposure procedure adopted for obtaining required quantitative data regarding respiration, deposition. distribution and excretion."

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41 p. : ill.

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"Submitted as a Technical Progress Report to The Division of Biology and Medicine, United States Atomic Energy Commission on Contract No. AT(29-2)-1013."

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Thomas, R. G. & Lie, R. Procedures and Equipment Used in Inhalation Studies on Small Animals, report, September 1963; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc13127/: accessed December 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.