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|Statement||by K.E. Malten and R.L. Zielhuis.|
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Industrial toxicology and dermatology in the production and processing of plastics. Amsterdam ; New York: Elsevier Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Klaus Eberhard Malten; R L Zielhuis.
The industrial hygiene of plastics forms a part of the work of Dr. Malten, Lecturer in Occupational Dermatology in the R.C. University of Nijmegen and Dr. Zielhuis in the Occupational Medicine Department of the Netherlands Institute for Preventive Medicine at Leiden.
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