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Engineered nanoparticles : review of health and environmental needs


By csep - Posted on 25 August 2010

TitleEngineered nanoparticles : review of health and environmental needs
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsStone, Vicki, and Hankin Steve
Secondary AuthorsAitken, Rob, Aschberger Karin, Baun Anders, Christensen Frans, Fernandes Teresa, Foss Hansen Steffen, Hartmann Nanna Bloch, Hutchinson Gary, Johnston Helinor, Micheletti Christian, Peters Sheona, Ross Byrony, Sokull-Kluettgen Brigit, Stark Del, and Tran Lang
Corporate AuthorsEdinburgh Napier University Institute of Occupational Medicine
Pagination426 p.
Date PublishedJanuary 2010
PublisherEdinburgh Napier University; Institute of Occupational Medicine
Publication Languageeng
Abstract

This report, published by a consortium lead by the Edinburgh Napier University and the Institute of Occupational Medicine, provides an authoritative review of the health and environmental safety of engineered nanomaterials. The report covers the health and environmental safety of fullerenes,carbon nanotubes, and medal and metal oxide nanomaterials, including sources, pathways of exposure, and the health and environmental outcomes of concern. The report focuses on the state-of-the-art use of these materials in the field, and provides information to inform the regulation of the potential risks of these materials.

URLhttp://www.temas.ch/Impart/ImpartProj.nsf/vwUICatalogAll/7903C02E1083D0C3C12576CC003DD7DE?OpenDocument&lang=en