aromatic amines


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aromatic amines

A group of chemical compounds some of which are known to be capable of causing cancer. They include benzidine, B-naphthylamine and 4-amino diphenyl. Many industrial workers exposed to these chemicals, especially in the rubber industry, developed bladder cancer.
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On the contrary, their recommendations, typically those of the ILO with regard to asbestos and aromatic amines, have been blatantly disregarded by most industrialized countries.
However, in all these strategies synthesis of this scaffold is problematic due to the limited nucleophilicity of aromatic amines [24-31].
Up to now, MDI prepolymers have reacted too quickly with aliphatic or aromatic amines.
Chemical agents that have been characterized as carcinogenic, or are suspected to be carcinogenic in humans including polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, nitrosamines, heterocyclic amines, aromatic amines, DES and estrogens, as well as metals and metalloids such as chromium, mercury and arsenic are of interest to NCI.
Chemical agents that have been characterized as carcinogenic or that are suspected to be carcinogenic in humans--including polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, nitrosamines, heterocyclic amines, aromatic amines, DES, and estrogens, as well as metals and metalloids such as chromium, mercury, and arsenic--are of interest to the NCI.
1979) suggested that the effect of exposure to aromatic amines (bladder cancer), by occupation (e.
Some Naturally Occurring Substances: Food Items and Constituents, Heterocyclic Aromatic Amines and Mycotoxins.
A century later, they were followed by arsenic used in therapy (17), aromatic amines (18), and thereafter by a long series of chemicals or chemical mixtures that, for the most part, were found to be human carcinogens in the working environment (19).
This association was first observed in 1895, when Rehn (1) demonstrated the link between exposure to aromatic amines and development of bladder cancer in factory workers.
The tests were performed to help address the growing concerns relative to the discharge of textile dye waste streams that may contain metals such as copper and chromium and organic compounds such as aromatic amines
Epoxy curing agents for use in all epoxy application arenas include aromatic amines, aliphatic and cycloaliphatic mines, ketamines, polyamides, polyamine adducts and salts, amido-amine and accelerated amines.
Supplies DMP-10 and DMP-30 aromatic amines as epoxy curing agents.