Comprehensive Chemical Exposure Framework

Title Page
Table of Contents

1.0 Introduction

2.0 Literature Review

3.0 Model Framework

4.0 Scenarios

5.0 Qualitative Analysis

6.0 Recommendations

7.0 References

Appendix A


Design of the Comprehensive Chemical Exposure Framework and Identification of Research Needs for American Chemistry Council

J.W. Buck, D.A. Tolle, G. Whelan, T.J. Mast, M.S. Peffers, D.P. Evers, R A. Corley, M.A. Eslinger, J.L. Kirk, M.A. Pelton, C.C. Townsend, M.G. Nishioka, V. Kogan, S. Mahasenan, K.E. Dorow, R.D. Stenner, D.L. Strenge

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