- Origin: 1840–50; chryso- + Greek tílos something plucked. :10. :09.
- Chrysotile Asbestos
- chrysotile, amosite, crocidolite, tremolite, actinolite and anthophyllite.
- Electron microscope characteristics of inhaled chrysotile asbestos fibre
- Chrysotile fibres were readily identified by the characteristic polycrystalline diffraction pattern.
- ASBESTOS, CHRYSOTILE by XRD 9000
- APPLICABILITY: Analysis of percent chrysotile asbestos in bulk samples.
- Chrysotile asbestos: Hazardous to Humans, Deadly to the
- Brazil's Position on Chrysotile - No Position!
- Canadian Doctors Oppose Canada's Support for Chrysotile Asbestos
- Canadian doctors are condemning the decision by the government of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to block the addition of chrysotile asbestos to an international list of hazardous substances.
- Doctors ask doctor-MP to stop Canadian asbestos exports
- "The pro-asbestos position that you are presently supporting is the policy of the asbestos industry's lobby organization (the Chrysotile Institute). . .
- LAB Chrysotile contemplating closure of Canada's only full time asbestos mine
- Labor disputes and the ongoing debate over Canada's export of highly toxic asbestos has forced Quebec-based LAB Chrysotile to announce that they may be closing their Therford Mines in the city of Asbestos.
- Net Consolidated Revenue at Eternit Grows 13% in 2Q11 and Reaches R$ 201 Million
- Although 2Q11 is seasonally the weakest period of the year, Eternit operated at full capacity in its chrysotile mining business, above 90% in fiber cement production and in excess of 80% in concrete tiles.
- Tories' asbestos policy 'unethical and shameful' say Canadian doctors
- Canada opposed the inclusion of chrysotile asbestos in a United Nations treaty last June that would have forced exporters to warn importing countries of health hazards.
- Types of Asbestos | Chrysotile Asbestos and Mesothelioma
- Dec 28, 2010 Chrysotile makes up nearly the entire serpentine group of asbestos.
- Institut du chrysotile
- Canada. Non-profit organization, dedicated to the promotion of the safe use of chrysotile asbestos.
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