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content material: A old point of view on cotton dirt within the usa cloth / John G. Tritsch --
Engineering controls and measurements : know-how for pre-textile cotton cleansing / William F. Lalor --
airborne dirt and dust in cotton gins : an summary / A.C. Griffin, Jr. and E.P. Columbus --
Washing tools for cotton : results on fiber, processing features, and mud iteration / Henry H. Perkins, Jr. and Joseph B. Cocke --
dimension of dust-release strength of cotton / Roy V. Baker --
Cotton trash and mud contents and airborne dirt focus : feasibility of predicting via nondestructive gentle reflectance / Joseph G. Montalvo, Jr., Marie-Alice Rousselle, Albert Baril, Jr., and Terry A. Watkins --
A standardized process for vertical elutriator cotton airborne dirt and dust sampling / Ann L. Walker and Ellis E. Pardue --
strategies for the selection of humidifier contributions to respirable airborne dirt and dust degrees within the office / F.M. Shofner --
genuine time dimension of particle dimension distribution of airborne cotton airborne dirt and dust through gentle scattering / S.P. Hersh, S.K. Batra, and W.-W. Lee --
Mechanisms in byssinosis : a overview / Carol E. O'Neil, Brian T. Butcher, and John E. Salvaggio --
Etiologic brokers and pathogenic mechanisms within the acute byssinotic response / Sterling ok. Ainsworth and Patricia A. Pilia --
Cotton bract and acute airway constriction in people / Marion G. greenback --
Cotton dirt publicity and protracted respiration impairment : an epidemiological controversy / Mario C. Battigelli --
a few attainable kinfolk of fungi in cotton fiber to byssinosis / Paul B. Marsh and Marion E. Simpson --
The relation of microorganisms and microbial items to cotton / Janet J. Fischer --
Botanical trash and gram-negative bacterial contents of fabrics used by the cotton / P. Morey and R. Rylander --
research of antigens in cotton airborne dirt and dust by way of immunological tools / Antonio A. Sekul and Robert L. Ory --
Secondary metabolites of gossypium : a biogenetic research / J.P. McCormick --
Histamine in cotton plant and dirt made up our minds by means of excessive functionality liquid chromatography / J.H. Wall, L.L. Muller, and R.J. Berni --
Analyses of the inorganic content material of cotton airborne dirt and dust : a evaluation / R.E. Fornes, S.P. Hersh, P.A. Tucker, and R.D. Gilbert.

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J . 1981, 5 , 123-27. 4. , J r . Textile Ind. 1971, 135 (3),49-64. 5. E. Textile Res. J . 1980, 50, 61-63. 6. ; Trexler, J . E . ; Riser, W. H. Textile Res. J . 1981, 51, 128-135. 7. Winch, A. R. Textile Res. J . 1980, 50, 64-73. 8. , Jr. E. Textile Res. J . 1981, 51, 135-141. RECEIVED February 11, 1982. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1982. 5 M e a s u r e m e n t of D u s t - R e l e a s e P o t e n t i a l of C o t t o n ROY V. S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Southern Plains Cotton Research Laboratory, Lubbock, TX 79401 Measurable quantities of cotton dust were extracted from smal of high-velocity manner was sized by a wire-mesh screen that restric­ ted the flow of particles larger than the openings in the screen.

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. HEW Publication No. (NIOSH) 1974, 75 (118), 1. E. SRI International, Menlo Park, CA, 1980, 1. USDA ESCE 1980, (84). S. Cotton Ginning Laboratory, USDA-SEA-ARS, Stoneville, MS Annual Report for FY 1967 and 1968. V. USDA ARS 42-103, 1964. V. USDA ARS-S-150, 1976. , Jr. USDA ARS 42-192, 1971. A. USDA ARS-S-144, 1976. P. USDA ARS 42-167, 1970. Durrenberger, C. Texas Air Control Board Report. 1974. J Texas Air Control Board 1975 Wesley, R.

However, the q u a n t i t y of m a t e r i a l removed a t the lowest wash temperature was s i g n i f i c a n t and d i d not i n c r e a s e markedly w i t h i n c r e a s e s i n wash temperature. Apparently, l i t t l e would be gained i n u s i n g the higher temperatures to remove these types of e x t r a c t a b l e s . ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1982. 2 01 U JL J L W 60 80 100 WASH TEMPERATURE (°C) Figure 1. Plot of wax content vs. wash temperature.

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