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The Eye and Hydrogen Sulphide
  1. R. W. R. Beasley
  1. Medical Department of the Southern Gas Board, Southampton


    An incident in which five men were exposed to hydrogen sulphide and steam is described. Three of the men developed delayed eye effects, and a review of the literature supports the view that these effects were due to hydrogen sulphide.

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