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Handbook of Nanosafety

Measurement, Exposure and Toxicology

Handbook of Nanosafety: Measurement, Exposure and Toxicology, written by leading international experts in nanosafety, provides a comprehensive understanding of engineered nanomaterials (ENM), current international nanosafety regulation, and how ENM can be safely handled in the workplace.

Increasingly, the importance of safety needs to be considered when promoting the use of novel technologies like ENM. With its use of case studies and exposure scenarios, Handbook of Nanosafety demonstrates techniques to assess exposure and risks and how these assessments can be applied to improve workers' safety. Topics covered include the effects of ENM on human health, characterization of ENM, aerosol dynamics and measurement, exposure and risk assessment, and safe handling of ENM.

Based on outcomes from the NANODEVICE initiative, this is an essential resource for those who need to apply current nanotoxicological thinking in the workplace and anyone who advises on nanosafety, such as professionals in toxicology, occupational safety and risk assessment.

Audience

Toxicologists and scientists who work with ENM and aerosols. Occupational Toxicologists. Regulatory Toxicologists. Risk Assessors. Nanosafety managers. Industrial Hygienists

Hardbound, 376 Pages

Published: January 2014

Imprint: Academic Press

ISBN: 978-0-12-416604-2

Contents

  • Chapter 1. Introduction
    Chapter 2. Exposure Scenarios
    Chapter 3. Nanomaterials and Human Health
    Chapter 4. From Source to Dose: Emission, Transport, Aerosol dynamics and Dose Assessment for Workplace Aerosol Exposure
    Chapter 5. Quality control of measurement devices
    Chapter 6. Exposure Assessment Strategies
    Chapter 7. Risk Assessment and Risk Management
    Chapter 8. Examples and Case Studies
    Chapter 9. Future Outlook

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