STP281

    Determination of Gaseous and Particulate Inorganic Fluorides in the Atmosphere

    Published: Jan 1960


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    Abstract

    The concentration of inorganic fluorides in the atmosphere has become a matter of concern in certain agricultural and urban areas. Atmospheric fluorides are readily accumulated by vegetation, where they may be injurious to sensitive plants or have a deleterious effect on livestock that consume the vegetation. Obviously, reliable methods of determining atmospheric fluorides are valuable for making an evaluation of the seriousness and extent of any fluoride air pollution problem.


    Author Information:

    Pack, MR
    Plant Physiologist, Supervisor, Research and Technology Section General Supervisor, United Steel Corp., Provo, Utah.

    Hill, AC
    Plant Physiologist, Supervisor, Research and Technology Section General Supervisor, United Steel Corp., Provo, Utah.

    Thomas, MD
    University of California, Riverside, Calif.

    Transtrum, LG
    Plant Physiologist, Supervisor, Research and Technology Section General Supervisor, United Steel Corp., Provo, Utah.


    Paper ID: STP39385S

    Committee/Subcommittee: D22.05

    DOI: 10.1520/STP39385S


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