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This collection of four methodological procedures informs the reader on a range of topics. The first and third documents explore innovations in the sample collection and analysis of carbon monoxide in workplace atmospheres. The second method describes the sample collection and analysis of airborne sulfur dioxide in workplace atmospheres. The fourth method describes the collection and analysis of carbon dioxide in workplace atmospheres.

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