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Detection of chrysotile asbestos by using a chrysotile ...

A simple asbestos detection test [4] developed recently uses a specific protein combination to detect asbestos in the air, but detects only chrysotile and not other forms of asbestos. It is also ...

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The detection of chrysotile asbestos at low levels in talc ...

1974-1-1 · A sensitive and reliable technique was sought for the detection of small quantities of chrysotile asbestos in talc. X-ray diffractometry is limited in the identification of trace amounts of the serpentine minerals in talc because of interfering diffraction peaks of the chlorite minerals which are usually present.

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Detection of Chrysotile Asbestos in Airborne Dust from ...

Chrysotile in dust samples was analyzed by new methods using iodine in solution or as a vapor for selectively staining chrysotile and increasing its visibility and by the NIOSH phase contrast method. No free fibers of chrysotile were detected in dust collected from 0.8% chrysotile-polyester plaques.

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Detection of Chrysotile Asbestos in Airborne Dust from ...

Airborne dust samples generated during grinding thermosetting resin plaques containing 0.8 to 18% chrysotile and reference samples were examined optically and on the electron microprobe up to magnifications of ×900. Chrysotile in dust samples was analyzed by new methods using iodine in solution or as a vapor for selectively staining chrysotile and increasing its visibility and by the NIOSH ...

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Rapid Screening Technique for Detection of Asbestos

For detection of chrysotile at a level of about 1 ng/L in water, concentration of the chrysotile from 200 liters of water onto a filter of 200 mm2 active area 'would be required". The'presence of large proportions of other particu- late in this volume of water would probably degrade the detection limit still further.

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Real-time detection of airborne asbestos by light ...

Similar statistical analyses of data from chrysotile asbestos, which exhibits a lower paramagnetic anisotropy and therefore a smaller re-alignment in the magnetic field, indicates that for a 99% confidence detection, the chrysotile fibers should make up at least ~45% (+/−5%) of the total fiber population present.

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Chrysotile - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

James S. Webber, in Handbook of Hazardous Materials, 1993 C Characteristics of Waterborne Asbestos. As previously discussed, chrysotile is the dominant asbestos type identified in water samples. This reflects its widespread use in industry and its abundance in nature. Chrysotile, with its unique positive surface charge, is vulnerable to attack by acids and may degrade in low-pH water systems.

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Evaluation of Sensitivity of Fluorescence-Based Asbestos ...

2011-9-21 · The probe selected for evaluating the sensitivity of fluorescence-based asbestos detection was Cy3-labeled DksA protein (DksA-Cy3), which was previously found to bind to chrysotile with the dissociation constant (Kd) of approximately 3.5 nM by Scatchard analysis [].To ensure that the sensitivity of asbestos detection was not achieved at the expense of selectivity, we tested the DksA-Cy3 probe ...

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Trends in Airborne Chrysotile Asbestos Fibre ...

2021-10-13 · Zimbabwe has two major factories that have been manufacturing chrysotile asbestos cement products since the 1940s. Exposure monitoring of airborne fibres has been ongoing since the early 1990s. This study examines trends in personal exposure chrysotile asbestos fibre concentrations for the period 1996–2016. Close to 3000 historical personal exposure measurements extracted from

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Asbestoprobe – A Portable Asbestos Detection Device

Start Software has been providing software to the asbestos industry for more than 10 years. Start’s market-leading Alpha Tracker® platform has delivered 500,000+ asbestos reports to building managers across the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand

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Detection of chrysotile asbestos by using a chrysotile ...

2007-8-6 · In the current studies, we found that the DksA protein from Escherichia coli binds strongly to chrysotile, which is the most commonly used form of asbestos. We developed a convenient colorimetric assay for chrysotile using a fusion of DksA and alkaline phosphatase along with 5-bromo-4-chloro-3-indolyl-phosphate and nitro blue tetrazolium as substrates.

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Detection of chrysotile asbestos by using a chrysotile ...

A simple asbestos detection test [4] developed recently uses a specific protein combination to detect asbestos in the air, but detects only chrysotile and not other forms of asbestos. It is also ...

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Detection of Chrysotile Asbestos in Airborne Dust from ...

Chrysotile in dust samples was analyzed by new methods using iodine in solution or as a vapor for selectively staining chrysotile and increasing its visibility and by the NIOSH phase contrast method. No free fibers of chrysotile were detected in dust collected from 0.8% chrysotile-polyester plaques.

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Rapid Screening Technique for Detection of Asbestos

For detection of chrysotile at a level of about 1 ng/L in water, concentration of the chrysotile from 200 liters of water onto a filter of 200 mm2 active area 'would be required". The'presence of large proportions of other particu- late in this volume of water would probably degrade the detection limit still further.

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Analysis of amphibole asbestos in chrysotile and other ...

Chrysotile asbestos and many other mineral raw materials contain amphibole minerals which may be asbestiform. There is currently no analytical method which will detect the presence of amphibole at sufficiently low limits to preclude the possibility of inadvertent exposure of persons handling these materials to hazardous airborne fibre concentrations.

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Real-time detection of airborne asbestos by light ...

Similar statistical analyses of data from chrysotile asbestos, which exhibits a lower paramagnetic anisotropy and therefore a smaller re-alignment in the magnetic field, indicates that for a 99% confidence detection, the chrysotile fibers should make up at least ~45% (+/−5%) of the total fiber population present.

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Chrysotile asbestos migration in air from contaminated ...

1. Introduction. Asbestos is a commercial term that applies to a group of six silicate minerals (i.e., chrysotile, tremolite asbestos, actinolite asbestos, anthophyllite asbestos, grunerite asbestos also known as amosite and riebeckite asbestos also known as crocidolite) which occur with fibrous morphology.

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Chrysotile - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

James S. Webber, in Handbook of Hazardous Materials, 1993 C Characteristics of Waterborne Asbestos. As previously discussed, chrysotile is the dominant asbestos type identified in water samples. This reflects its widespread use in industry and its abundance in nature. Chrysotile, with its unique positive surface charge, is vulnerable to attack by acids and may degrade in low-pH water systems.

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Purpose – DETECTION OF UNDECLARED ASBESTOS

2019-3-12 · asbestos. WH&S information (as provided to depot) was provided to the mechanic. Test results received today show that white (chrysotile) asbestos was detected in the sample taken from the side car brake shoes. The hygienist has confirmed that the asbestos risk is contained and the goods are isolated at the premises.

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Asbestoprobe – A Portable Asbestos Detection Device

Start Software has been providing software to the asbestos industry for more than 10 years. Start’s market-leading Alpha Tracker® platform has delivered 500,000+ asbestos reports to building managers across the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand

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Detection of chrysotile asbestos by using a chrysotile ...

2007-8-6 · In the current studies, we found that the DksA protein from Escherichia coli binds strongly to chrysotile, which is the most commonly used form of asbestos. We developed a convenient colorimetric assay for chrysotile using a fusion of DksA and alkaline phosphatase along with 5-bromo-4-chloro-3-indolyl-phosphate and nitro blue tetrazolium as substrates.

Read More
Rapid Screening Technique for Detection of Asbestos

For detection of chrysotile at a level of about 1 ng/L in water, concentration of the chrysotile from 200 liters of water onto a filter of 200 mm2 active area 'would be required". The'presence of large proportions of other particu- late in this volume of water would probably degrade the detection limit still further.

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Detection of chrysotile asbestos by using a chrysotile ...

A simple asbestos detection test [4] developed recently uses a specific protein combination to detect asbestos in the air, but detects only chrysotile and not other forms of asbestos. It is also ...

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Airborne concentrations of chrysotile asbestos during ...

2021-1-28 · Faulring, GM, Forgent, WD, Lkeber, EJ, et al. (1975) Detection of chrysotile asbestos in airborne dust from thermosetting resin grinding. Journal of Testing and Evaluation 3(6): 482 – 490. Google Scholar | Crossref

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Analysis of amphibole asbestos in chrysotile and other ...

Chrysotile asbestos and many other mineral raw materials contain amphibole minerals which may be asbestiform. There is currently no analytical method which will detect the presence of amphibole at sufficiently low limits to preclude the possibility of inadvertent exposure of persons handling these materials to hazardous airborne fibre concentrations.

Read More
Chrysotile asbestos migration in air from contaminated ...

1. Introduction. Asbestos is a commercial term that applies to a group of six silicate minerals (i.e., chrysotile, tremolite asbestos, actinolite asbestos, anthophyllite asbestos, grunerite asbestos also known as amosite and riebeckite asbestos also known as crocidolite) which occur with fibrous morphology.

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Purpose – DETECTION OF UNDECLARED ASBESTOS

2019-3-12 · asbestos. WH&S information (as provided to depot) was provided to the mechanic. Test results received today show that white (chrysotile) asbestos was detected in the sample taken from the side car brake shoes. The hygienist has confirmed that the asbestos risk is contained and the goods are isolated at the premises.

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A new method for the detection of low levels of free ...

A new method for the determination of free fibres of chrysotile in contaminated soils is described. The detection limit of 0.5 wt‰ is reached by an enrichment process of the asbestos fraction of the sample using a standard laboratory elutriator for sedimentation analysis. The analysis of the enriched fraction is performed by X-ray powder diffraction using a conventional instrument.

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Detection of Chrysotile Asbestos in Airborne Dust from ...

Airborne dust samples generated during grinding thermosetting resin plaques containing 0.8 to 18% chrysotile and reference samples were examined optically and on the electron microprobe up to magnifications of ×900. Chrysotile in dust samples was analyzed by new methods using iodine in solution or as a vapor for selectively staining chrysotile and increasing its visibility and by the NIOSH ...

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Asbestos waste recycling using the microwave technique ...

The presence of chrysotile traces (or poorly processed asbestos fibres) in neutralised asbestos waste was established. The efficiency of asbestos destruction was proved to be insufficient. As such, the MTT technique should be used as a process of inerting or reducing the

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