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Patty's Toxicology, 6 Volume Set (with Index), 6th Edition

Eula Bingham (Editor), Barbara Cohrssen (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-470-41081-3
6200 pages
July 2012
Patty
Featuring the improved format used in the 5th edition, this updated set presents, in logical groupings, comprehensive toxicological data for industrial compounds, including CAS numbers, physical and chemical properties, exposure limits, and biological tolerance values for occupational exposures, making it essential for toxicologists and industrial hygienists. This edition has about 40% new authors who have brought a new and international perspective to interpreting industrial toxicology, and discusses new subjects such as nanotechnology, flavorings and the food industry, reactive chemical control to comprehensive chemical policy, metalworking fluids, and pharmaceuticals.
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1 Ionizing Radiation 1
Henry Spitz, Ph.D. and Roy E. Albert, MD

2 Metallocenes 23
Gary P. Bond, Ph.D., DABT

3 Neurotoxicology and Behavior 35
William K. Boyes, Ph.D.

4 Silver and Gold 75
Alan B. G. Lansdown, Ph.D., F.R.S.C, F.S.B., F.R.C.Path

5 Beryllium 113
Laura S. Welch, MD

6 Magnesium, Calcium, Strontium, Barium, and Radium 145
Mary Beth Genter, Ph.D., DABT

7 Zinc and Cadmium Compounds 167
Marek Jakubowski, Ph.D.

8 Mercury 213
Philippe Grandjean, MD, Ph.D. and Takashi Yorifuji, MD, Ph.D.

9 Aluminum 229
Oyebode A. Taiwo, MD, MPH and Bernadette Storey-Laubach, MS

10 Gallium, Indium, and Thallium 257
Guillermo Repetto, MD and Ana del Peso, Ms. Tox.

11 Germanium, Tin, and Copper 355
James H. Stewart, Ph.D., CIH, CSP, David Macintosh, ScD, CIH, Joseph Allen, ScD, and John McCarthy, ScD, CIH

12 Lead 381
David E. Jacobs, Ph.D., CIH

13 Titanium, Zirconium, and Hafnium 427
Barbara Malczewska-Toth, Ph.D., DABT

14 Arsenic, Antimony, and Bismuth 475
Bruce A. Fowler, Ph.D., Emily F. Madden, Ph.D., and Selene Chou, Ph.D.

15 Vanadium, Niobium, and Tantalum 511
Konrad Rydzynski, M.D., Ph.D. and Daria Pakulska, PhD.

16 Chromium, Molybdenum, and Tungsten 565
Sverre Langard, MD, MSc Toxicol, Ph.D., Dominique Lison, MD, Ph.D., and Per Søstrand, MSc Chemistry

17 Manganese and Rhenium 607
Tiina Santonen, MD, Ph.D. and Antero Aitio, MD, Ph.D.

18 Iron and Cobalt 637
L. Faye Grimsley, Ph.D., CIH and Erica L. Harris, MSPH

19 Nickel, Ruthenium, Rhodium, Palladium, Osmium, and Platinum 653
Slawomir Czerczak, Ph.D., Jan P. Gromiec, Ph.D., Anna Pa³aszewska-Tkacz, MSc., and Anna S ´ widwin´ska-Gajewska, MSc.

20 Uranium and Thorium 769
Melissa A. McDiarmid, MD, MPH, Joanna M. Gaitens, Ph.D., RN, and Katherine S. Squibb, Ph.D.

21 The Lanthanides, Rare Earth Elements 817
Willard H. Wells, Jr., Ph.D., CIH and Vickie L. Wells, MS, CIH

22 Phosphorus, Selenium, Tellurium, and Sulfur 841
Barbara Malczewska-Toth, Ph.D., DABT

23 Boron 885
R. Wayne Ball, Ph.D., DABT, Michael C. Harrass, Ph.D., and B. Dwight Culver, MD

24 Alkaline Materials: Sodium, Potassium, Cesium, Rubidium, Francium, and Lithium 935
Robert Jefferson, MD

25 Inorganic Compounds of Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen 949
George D. Leikauf, Ph.D. and Daniel R. Prows, Ph.D.

26 The Halogens 1033
Martin D. Barrie, J.D., Ph.D., David L. Dahlstrom, CIH, FAIHA, Emily Goswami, CIH, and Rhonda Kaetzel, Ph.D., DABT

27 Aliphatic Hydrocarbons 1
Tania Carreo´n, Ph.D. and Robert L. Herrick, MS

28 Alicyclic Hydrocarbons 103
C. Stuart Baxter, Ph.D.

29 Aromatic Hydrocarbons—Benzene and Other Alkylbenzenes 153
Peter F. Infante, DrPH and Eula Bingham, Ph.D.

30 Styrene, Polyphenyls, and Related Compounds 221
C. Stuart Baxter, Ph.D. and David Warshawsky, Ph.D.

31 Phenol and Phenolics 243
Finis L. Cavender, Ph.D., DABT, CIH, FAACT and John O’Donohue, Ph.D., DABT

32 Aliphatic Nitro, Nitrate, and Nitrite Compounds 351
Jerald L. Ovesen, Ph.D.

33 N-Nitroso Compounds 401
Richard Clapp, D.Sc., MPH, Molly Jacobs, MPH, and Willie Lijinsky, Ph.D.

34 Aliphatic and Alicyclic Amines 433
Finis L. Cavender, Ph.D., DABT, CIH, FAACT

35 Aromatic Nitro and Amino Compounds 517
Eula Bingham, Ph.D. and William J. McGowan, BS

36 Aromatic Amino and Nitro–Amino Compounds and Their Halogenated Derivatives 609
Yin-Tak Woo, Ph.D., DABT and David Y. Lai, Ph.D., DABT

37 Aliphatic and Aromatic Nitrogen Compounds 705
Gerald L. Kennedy Jr., MS, DABT

38 Alkylpyridines and Miscellaneous Organic Nitrogen Compounds 787
Gerald L. Kennedy Jr., MS, DABT

39 Cyanides and Nitriles 945
Elizabeth J. Kopras, Ph.D.

40 Halogenated One-Carbon Compounds 1
Jon B. Reid, Ph.D., DABT and Custodio V. Muianga, Ph.D., MPH

41 Saturated Halogenated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons Two to Four Carbons 61
Jon B. Reid, Ph.D., DABT and Custodio V. Muianga, Ph.D., M.P.H

42 Unsaturated Halogenated Hydrocarbons 129
Fiorella Belpoggi, DBS, D. Chiozzotto, Ph.D., and M. Lauriola, Ph.D.

43 Dibenzo-p-Dioxins: 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin 231
Shane Que Hee, Ph.D.

44 Halogenated Biphenyls 247
Debdas Mukerjee, Ph.D. and Patricia Ruiz, Ph.D.

45 Halogenated Benzenes 323
A. Philip Leber, Ph.D., DABT and James S. Bus, Ph.D., DABT

46 Organic Chlorofluoro Hydrocarbons 359
George M. Rusch, Ph.D., DABT, FATS

47 Miscellaneous Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Pesticides 429
James S. Bus, Ph.D., DABT and A. Philip Leber, Ph.D., DABT

48 Aliphatic Carboxylic Acids: Saturated 471
Maria Szilagyi, DABT

49 Aliphatic Carboxylic Acids: Unsaturated 533
Maria Szilagyi, DABT

50 Ethers 589
Myron A. Mehlman, Ph.D.

51 Aldehydes and Acetals 655
Michael T. Borchers, Ph.D.

52 Acetone 735
Gunnar Johanson, DrMedSc

53 Ketones of Four or Five Carbons 753
John L. O’Donoghue, VMD, Ph.D., DABT

54 Ketones of Six to Thirteen Carbons 807
John L. O’Donoghue, VMD, Ph.D., DABT

55 Monohydric Alcohols: C1 to C6 915
C. Bevan, Ph.D., DABT

56 Monohydric Alcohols—C7 to C18, Aromatic, and Other Alcohols 1
Chris Bevan, Ph.D., DABT

57 Esters of Mono- and Alkenyl Carboxylic Acids and Mono- and Polyalcohols 55
Kelly P. Coleman, Ph.D., DABT and William A. Toscano Jr., Ph.D.

58 Esters of Mono-, Di-, and Tricarboxylic Acids 147
Raymond M. David, Ph.D., DABT, Ammie N. Bachman, Ph.D., DABT, John H. Butala, MS,DABT, John T. Piper, Ph.D., and Catherine J. Shelp, MS

59 Esters of Carbonic and Orthocarbonic Acid, Organic Phosphorous,Monocarboxylic Halogenated Acids, Haloalcohols, and Organic Silicon 353
William A. Toscano, Jr., Ph.D. and Kelly P. Coleman, Ph.D., DABT

60 Epoxy Compounds—Olefin Oxides, Aliphatic Glycidyl Ethers, and Aromatic Monoglycidyl Ethers 425
Lynn H. Pottenger, Ph.D., DABT, Darrell R. Boverhof, Ph.D., and John M. Waechter, Jr., Ph.D., DABT

61 Epoxy Compounds: Aromatic Diglycidyl Ethers, Polyglycidyl Ethers, Glycidyl Esters, and Miscellaneous Epoxy Compounds 491
Nancy Anne M. Berdasco, Ph.D, DABT and John M. Waechter Jr., Ph.D., DABT

62 Organic Peroxides 529
Jon B. Reid, Ph.D., DABT and Custodio V. Muianga, Ph.D., MPH

63 Glycols 595
Finis L. Cavender, Ph.D., DABT, CIH

64 Ethers of Ethylene Glycol and Derivatives 641
Steven T. Cragg, Ph.D., DABT

65 Glycol Ethers: Ethers of Propylene, Butylene Glycols, and Other Glycol Derivatives 789
Steven T. Cragg, Ph.D., DABT

66 Synthetic Polymers 879
Bailus Walker, Jr., Ph.D., MPH and Lynette D. Stokes, Ph.D., MPH

67 Synthetic Polymers—Olefin, Diene Elastomers, and Vinyl Halides 891
Bailus Walker, Jr., Ph.D., MPH and Lynette D. Stokes, Ph.D., MPH

68 Polyvinyl Acetate, Alcohol and Derivatives, Polystyrene, and Acrylics 917
Bailus Walker, Jr., Ph.D., MPH and Lynette D. Stokes, Ph.D., MPH

69 Synthetic Polymers—Cellulosics, Other Polysaccharides, Polyamides, and Polyimides 935
Finis L. Cavender, Ph.D., DABT, CIH

70 Synthetic Polymers: Polyesters, Polyethers, Polysulfones, and Other Polymers 965
Amy Benson, MS

71 Polyurethanes, Miscellaneous Organic Polymers, and Silicones 999
Steven T. Cragg, Ph.D., DABT

72 Organic Sulfur Compounds 1039
Howard G. Shertzer, Ph.D.

73 Organophosphorus Pesticides 1077
Jan E. Storm, Ph.D.

74 Trends in Industrial Toxicology 1
Eula Bingham, Ph.D. and Barbara Cohrssen, MS, CIH

75 Regulations and Guidelines for Toxic Exposures in the Workplace 5
Celeste Monforton, DrPH, MPH

76 From Reactive Chemicals Control to Comprehensive Chemicals Policy: An Evolution and Opportunity 29
Joel A. Tickner, ScD

77 Toxic Chemical Information Sources 49
Jessie Callaghan, BSc and Jennifer Dipper, BSc

78 Pathways and Measuring Exposure to Toxic Substances 67
Morton Lippmann, Ph.D.

79 Noncancer Risk Assessment: Principles and Practice in Environmental and Occupational Settings 89
Lynne T. Haber, Ph.D., DABT, Joan E. Strawson, MS, MTSC, JD, Andrew Maier, Ph.D., CIH, DABT, Irene M. Baskerville-Abraham, Ph.D., Ann Parker, BS, and Michael L. Dourson, Ph.D., DABT

80 Toxicology of Flavors in the Food Industry 133
Candace L. Doepker, Ph.D., Andrew Maier, Ph.D., CIH, DABT, Alison Willis, B.S., and Steven J. Hermansky, Pharm.D., Ph.D., DABT

81 Engineered Nanomaterials 169
Michael J. Kosnett, MD, MPH and Susan Woskie, Ph.D., CIH

82 Silica and Silica Compounds 181
Richard A. Lemen, Ph.D., MSPH and Eula Bingham, Ph.D.

83 Asbestos 211
Richard A. Lemen, Ph.D., MSPH and Ronald F. Dodson, Ph.D., FCCP, FAHA

84 Talc 257
Kenneth D. Rosenman, MD

85 Rock Wool and Refractory Ceramic Fibers 273
Carol Rice, Ph.D., CIH

86 Coal 301
Michael Attfield, Ph.D., Vincent Castranova, Ph.D., Eileen Kuempel, Ph.D., and Gregory Wagner, MD

87 Petroleum, Coal Tar, and Related Products 325
Richard W. Niemeier, Ph.D.

88 Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Azaaromatic Compounds 371
C. Stuart Baxter, Ph.D. and David Warshawsky, Ph.D.

89 Carbon Black 429
Robert J. McCunney, MD, MPH, Henry J. Muranko, MPH, CIH, CSP, Chris M. Long, ScD, Ali K. Hamade, Ph.D., DABT, Peter A. Valberg, Ph.D., FATS, and Peter Morfeld, Ph.D.

90 Wood Dust 455
John Dement, Ph.D.

91 Cotton and Other Textile Dusts 489
James A. Merchant, MD, DrPH

92 Microbial Bioaerosols in the Occupational Environment: Exposure, Detection, and Disease 499
Tiina Reponen, Ph.D. and Brett James Green, Ph.D.

93 Bloodborne Pathogens in the Workplace 535
Jagjit S. Yadav, Ph.D. and Renuka Kapoor, Ph.D.

94 Tuberculosis and Other Mycobacteria 559
Jagjit S. Yadav, Ph.D. and Renuka Kapoor, Ph.D.

95 Pharmaceuticals 583
Daniel Acosta Jr., Ph.D.

96 Metalworking Fluids (MWF) 1
Franklin E. Mirer, Ph.D., CIH

97 Cold Stress: Effects on Performance and Health 11
Ingvar Holmer, Ph.D., Juhani Hassi, MD, Ph.D., Tiina M. Ik€aheimo, Ph.D., and Jouni J. K. Jaakkola, MD, DSc, Ph.D.

98 Heat Stress 37
Michael D. Larran˜aga, Ph.D., CIH, CSP, PE and Qingsheng Wang, Ph.D.

99 Noise and Ultrasound 79
William W. Clark, Ph.D. and Jerome R. Cox, D.Sc.

100 Human Health Effects of Nonionizing Electromagnetic Fields 109
David O. Carpenter, M.D.

101 Radio-Frequency and Microwave Radiation 133
R. Timothy Hitchcock, CIH, CLSO

102 Infrared, Visible, and Ultraviolet Radiation 169
David H. Sliney, Ph.D., Maurice Bitran, Ph.D., and William Murray, MS

103 Lasers 209
David H. Sliney, Ph.D.

104 Occupational Ergonomics: Principles and Applications 231
Amit Bhattacharya, Ph.D., Nancy Talbott, MS, PT, and Laurel Kincl, Ph.D.

105 Health Effects from Hand-Transmitted Vibration 269
Howard J. Mason, Ph.D.

106 Abnormal Pressures: Hyperbaric and Hypobaric 281
R. W. (Bill) Hamilton, Ph.D.

107 Biological Rhythms, Shiftwork, and Occupational Health 333
Allene J. Scott, MD, MPH

108 Smoke and Combustion Products 399
C. Stuart Baxter, Ph.D.

109 Interactions 419
C. T. De Rosa, Ph.D.

110 Occupational Chemical Carcinogenesis 449
James Huff, Ph.D. and Ronald L. Melnick, Ph.D.

Cumulative Contents, Volumes 1–6 495

Cumulative Subject Index, Volumes 1–6 503

Cumulative Chemical Index, Volumes 1–6 723

Cumulative CAS Index, Volumes 1–6 833

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“The chapters on topics this reviewer knows well are excellent.  Summing Up: Highly recommended.  Upper-level undergraduates and above.”  (Choice, 1 May 2013)

“Under various titles through the years, is one of the most comprehensive resource books for health professionals for the purpose of improving quality of life and it represents an invaluable aid in decision making related to public health.”  (Doddy’s, 7 December 2012)

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September 24, 2012
Patty's Toxicology, 6th Edition, 6-Volume Set

Available Now in Print, Online and CD-ROM, the expanded 6th Edition of the cornerstone reference work on occupational health and toxicology is now published by Wiley. Patty's Toxicology, 6th Edition, 6-Volume Set updates its comprehensive coverage and adds chapters to reflect the changing and expanding field of Toxicology.

A defining work in the field of toxicology, Patty’s Toxicology has long been recognized as the premier reference for toxicological information on a large number of industrial chemicals that pose potential health hazards. The new edition provides updates for all chapters with new information and features about 40% new authors bringing a new and international perspective, 30 extensively revised chapters, and 5 new chapters.

New subjects in Patty's Industrial Hygiene, 6th Edition include nanotechnology, flavorings and the food industry, reactive chemical control to comprehensive chemical policy, metalworking fluids, and pharmaceuticals.  Expanded chapters include benzene, aromatic compounds, smoke and combustion products from fires, mercury, radio-frequency and microwave radiation (cell phones) and wood dust.   Data have been updated on both non cancer and carcinogenic risk assessment.

Patty's Toxicology, 6th Edition, 6-Volume Set presents, in logical groupings, comprehensive toxicological data for industrial compounds including CAS numbers, physical and chemical properties, exposure limits, and biological tolerance values for occupational exposures, making it essential for toxicologists and industrial hygienists.

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