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Between-user reliability of Tier 1 exposure assessment tools used under REACH.

J. Lamb, K. S. Galea, B. G. Miller, S. Hesse and M. Van Tongeren

A method to quantitatively assess dermal exposure to volatile organic compounds.

M. Creta, K. Poels, L. Thoelen, K. Vranckx, P. Collaerts, F. Jansen, M. Vangeel, L. Godderis, R.-C. Duca and J. A. J. Vanoirbeek

Comparing the advanced REACH tool's (ART) estimates with Switzerland's occupational exposure data.

N. Savic, B. Gasic, J. Schinkel and D. Vernez

Validation of lower tier exposure tools used for REACH: Comparison of tools estimates with available exposure measurements.

M. van Tongeren, J. Lamb, J. W. Cherrie, L. MacCalman, I. Basinas and S. Hesse

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