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[Asbestos, An Epidemic That Still Needs To Be Controlled].

R. Accinelli, L. M. López
Published 2017 · Medicine

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El asbesto, formado por muy delgados hilos dispuestos en finas bras, es un compuesto de silicatos1 de cadena doble, resistente al alor, al fuego, a los ácidos y a la fricción, que por su alto punto de usión es un excelente aislante. Desde la revolución industrial, el sbesto tiene múltiples usos, como en la construcción de motores, alderos, barcos, automotores, trenes, material y ropa aislante al uego2.
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