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Wednesday, July 21, 2004 July 2004   VOLUME III ISSUE 3  

PALMTOP EMERGENCY ACTION FOR CHEMICALS (PEAC)
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CONTENTS
Technically Speaking
Let's Take a PEEK at the PEAC Software
Just What the Doctor Ordered
Wonderful Wyoming
Authorized Distributors of the PEAC Systems
Where Will We Be?
ARCHIVE
June 2004
June 23, 2004
Vol. 3 Issue 2
May 2004
May 18, 2004
Vol. 3 Issue 1
April 2004
April 20, 2004
Vol. 2 Issue 12
March 2004
March 16, 2004
Vol. 2 Issue 11
February 2004
February 17, 2004
Vol. 2 Issue 10
January 2004
January 16, 2004
Vol. 2 Issue 9
December 2003
December 16, 2003
Vol. 2 Issue 8
November 2003
November 17, 2003
Vol. 2 Issue 7
October 2003
October 20, 2003
Vol. 2 Issue 6
September 2003
September 17, 2003
Vol. 2 Issue 5
August 2003
August 15, 2003
Vol. 2 Issue 4
July 2003
July 15, 2003
Vol. 2 Issue 3
June 2003
June 17, 2003
Vol. 2 Issue 2
May 2003
May 16, 2003
Vol. 2 Issue 1
April 2003
April 17, 2003
Vol. 1 Issue 12
March 2003
March 17, 2003
Vol. 1 Issue 11
February 2003
February 17, 2003
Vol. 1 Issue 10
January 2003
January 24, 2003
Vol. 1 Issue 9
December 2002
December 31, 2002
Vol. 1 Issue 8
November 2002
November 26, 2002
Vol. 1 Issue 7

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Technically Speaking

We have received several requests for a list of all of our articles. For this month’s ‘Technically Speaking’ we are offering an index with the Volume and Issue where each article can be located. The articles can be accessed here.


DATE

VOL

ISSUE

TECHNICALLY SPEAKING

PEAC Preview

May-02

I

1

Description of the PEAC Tool

Jun-02

I

2

TNT Equivalent

Hydrogen Chloride

Jul-02

I

3

Gas Dispersion Models

Hydrogen Cyanide

Aug-02

I

4

What Chemical Concentration is Safe?

Anhydrous Hydrogen Fluoride

Sep-02

I

5

Dirty Bombs

Bromine

Oct-02

I

6

Shelter in Place

Fluorosulfonic Acid

Nov-02

I

7

Nuclear Weapons

Aminoethylene

Dec-02

I

8

The F Stability

Sarin

Jan-03

I

9

Aerosols and Dusts

Piperidine

Feb-03

I

10

Flash Points, Flammables, Combustibles, LEL, and UEL, and Fires

Dichlorosilane

Mar-03

I

11

Dirty Bomb Release Example: Cesium 137

Arsine

Apr-03

I

12

Biotoxins Used as Warfare Agents

Ethylene Oxide

May-03

II

1

Evacuate or Shelter in Place

Acrylonitrile

Jun-03

II

2

Nerve Agents, Pesticides and Cholinesterase Inibition

Anhydrous Ammonia

Jul-03

II

3

Reactivity

Ethylene Dibromide

Aug-03

II

4

Health and Toxicity

Sulfur Dioxide

Sep-03

II

5

Those Confusing Chemical Names

Diborane

Oct-03

II

6

Fires: What's in That Smoke?

Formaldehyde

Nov-03

II

7

Common Sense Corrections to Air Dispersion Models for Toxic Chemical Releases

Methyl Bromide

Dec-03

II

8

Explosion

Phosgene

Jan-04

II

9

Radioactive Isotopes

Hydrogen Sulfide

Feb-04

II

10

Ricin

Methyl Isocyanate

Mar-04

II

11

Meth Lab Chemicals

Crotonaldehyde

Apr-04

II

12

Military Chemical Exposure Guidelines (MEGs) and LOC's

Vinyl Carbinol

May-04

III

1

Explosives and Terrorists

Methly Mercaptan

Jun-04

III

2

NIOSH CBRN

Mustard

Jul-04

III

3

Index of Past Articles

Phosphine

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