A dangerous byproduct of industrial progress is often an increase of pollutants discharged into the environment. These pollutants are often harmful to plants and animals, including humans. They also damage buildings and architectural and cultural monuments. This handbook describes many of the important physico-chemical properties of inorganic and organic substances found in industrial wastes and describes their toxic effects on humans.
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Part I: Inorganic Substances 1. Preventive Measures Against Environmental Pollution by Industrial Wastes 2. Air Pollutants Part II: Organic Substances 3. Preventive Measures Against Environmental Pollution by Industrial Wastes 4. Air Pollutants
Grushko\, Ya. M.