EBOOK / KINDLE [The Journal of the Chemical, Metallurgical and Mining Society of South Africa, Vol. 19]
S an Institute of Mining a Metallurgy ↠ 3 reviewExcerpt from The Journal of the Chemical Metallurgical and Mining Society of South Africa Vol 19 July 1918 June 1919The disastrous effects produced by inhaling "certain inds of dust are now only too Well Known In Minimr Communities known in minimr communities is "kinds of dust are now only too well The Red Parasol known in minimr communities It is wellnown that no evident Ill effects result from inhaling certain other inds Thus coal mining in Great Britain is on the whole a very dusty occupation but as I endeavoured to show in a paper read two years ago' there is no evidence in the mortality re. Turns for either young or old colliers that dust inhalation has hitherto caused appreciable danger life in "british coal the widespread introduction of stone "coal mining The widespread introduction of stone as a tnorough ly practical and effective means of preventing coal dust explosions has How ever directed new attention to the possibility of injurious effects of dust inhalation in coal minesAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at wwwforgottenbookscomThis book is.
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