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TOXIC HAZARDS EVALUATION OF TITAN II TEST FIRINGS: METHODS AND RESULTS OF LABORATORY AND FIELD INVESTIGATIONS.
AEROJET-GENERAL CORP AZUSA CALIF
Toxicologically significant environmental contaminants near Titan II test-stand facilities were studied, with specially developed field and laboratory techniques, primarily to determine the degree of hazard associated with exhaust con stituents. For exhaust products that were identified and quantitatively evaluated, it was found that normal test firings create no signifi cant personnel hazard in test areas and that, with proper treatment procedures, no significant water-pollution problems are created. A method for determining Titan II test-firing contri butions to a community-air-pollution situation was also developed.
Report on Toxic Hazards of Propellants and Materials.
AF33 616 7836