Illustrated volume describing DDT insecticide and its development, history, purpose, health effects, formulations, and use. Includes seven chapters, twenty-four black and white photographic plates, and an appendix containing instructions for the use of DDT to protect humans and animals and instructions for the use of DDT to protect plants.
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Zimmerman, O. T. (Oswald Theodore), and Irvin Lavine. “DDT : Killer of Killers.” Dover, New Hampshire: Industrial Research Service, 1946. SB952.D2 Z56 1946. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/r1ufs65.
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