Published: Jan 1961
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Dust has always been with us and, accordingly, its name bears a variety of emotional connotations derived from personal experiences. While these emotional reactions to dust are a part of the over-all problem to be considered, we are mainly concerned with dust technically as an array of finely divided particulate matter, each particle having unique physical, chemical, and optical characteristics.
Research Engineer, QRS Laboratories, Autonetics, A Division of North American Aviation, Inc., Downey, Calif.