Scientific Papers

This page summarizes a number of papers by the authors, most of which are available here as the complete text with all tables and graphs. There are, of course, many more important scientific papers in this field, many of which are cited throughout these pages, but those summarized here are the ones that we, the authors, are free to make available here.

by W. Eastes, P. A. Baron, R. E. Baier, M. Guldberg, and R. Potter. Originally published in 2007 by Inhalation Toxicology 19, 311-315.

by W. Eastes and J. G. Hadley. Originally published in 1996 by Inhalation Toxicology 8, 323-343.

by W. Eastes, K. J. Morris, A. Morgan,K. A. Launder,C. G. Collier, J. A. Davis, S. M. Mattson, and J. G. Hadley. Originally published in 1995 by Inhalation Toxicology, 7, 197-213.

Dissolution of Fibers Inhaled by Rats
by W. Eastes, and J. G. Hadley, J. G. 1995. Originally published in 1995 by Inhalation Toxicology 7, 179-196.

by W. Eastes, R. M. Potter, and J. G. Hadley. Originally published in 2000 by Inhalation Toxicology 12, 269-280.

by W. Eastes, R. M. Potter, and J. G. Hadley. Originally published in 2000 by Inhalation Toxicology 12, 1127-1139.

by W. Eastes, R. M. Potter, and J. G. Hadley. Originally published in 2000 by Inhalation Toxicology 12, 1037-1054.

by J. Bauer, S. M. Mattson, and W. Eastes. Originally available in 1997 from the authors.

by R. M. Potter. Originally published in 2000 by Glastechnische Berichte 73, 46-55.

Glass Fiber Dissolution in Simulated Lung Fluid and Measures Needed to Improve Consistency and Correspondence to In-Vivo Dissolution
by S. Mattson. Originally published in 1994 by Environmental Health Perspectives 102 (suppl. 5), 87-90.

Glass Fibers in Simulated Lung Fluid: Dissolution Behavior and Analytical Requirements
by S. Mattson. Originally published in 1994 by Annals of Occupational Hygiene 38, 857-877.

Glass Fiber Dissolution in a Physiological Saline Solution
by R. M. Potter and S. M. Mattson. Originally published in 1991 by Glastechnische Berichte 64,16-28.

Airborne Glass Fiber Concentrations During Installation of Residential Insulation
by T. R. Jacob, J. G. Hadley, J. R. Bender, and W. Eastes. Originally published in 1992 by American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal 53, 519-523.

Airborne Glass Fiber Concentrations During Manufacturing Operations Involving Glass Wool Insulation
by T. R. Jacob, J. G. Hadley, J. R. Bender, and W. Eastes. Originally published in 1992 by American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal 54, 320-326.

Man-made Vitreous Fibers: Nomenclature, Chemistry, and Physical Properties by the TIMA Nomenclature Committee
W. Eastes, editor. Originally published in 1991 by the Thermal Insulation Manufacturers Association (TIMA) and now out of print.