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dinitrochlorobenzene (DNCB)

[dīnī′trōklôr′ōben′zēn]
a substance applied topically as a test for delayed hypersensitivity reactions. The compound has also been used as an immunotherapeutic agent to treat skin tumors.

dinitrochlorobenzene

a hapten whose application to the skin results in a contact hypersensitivity; abbreviated DNCB. Sometimes used to test for type IV or delayed type hypersensitivity reactions.
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The first evidence for elevated levels of chlorobenzene and dichloroalkanes released from the mudstone was obtained on Curiosity Sol 290 (May 30, 2013) with the third analysis of the Cumberland sample at Sheepbed.
Chlorobenzenes (CBs) are used in engine-block cleaners, solvents, pesticides, pharmaceutical intermediates and for the synthesis of chlorophenols and disinfectants.
2], p-xylene, and chlorobenzene 450-500 [degrees]C (Fig.
9] studied advanced oxidation of chlorobenzenes in wastewater as well as in model solutions using iron and manganese ions as heterogeneous catalysts.
99) with respect to the Lorentz-Lorentz function of the refractive index of the solvent mixture for ethyl acetate - chlorobenzene and ether - anisole mixtures.
has been named executive director of several chemical associations managed by the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association's (SOCMA) Association Management Center: the Alkyl Amines Council, Chlorobenzene Producers Association, DiBasic Esters Group, Institute for Polyacrylate Absorbents, Personal Absorbent Products Council and Tetrahydrofuran Task Force.
385) Some of the toxicological profiles available include arsenic, nickel, asbestos, radium, benzene, radon, cadmium, toluene, chlorobenzene, trichloroethylene, chromium, uranium, lead, vanadium, mercury, and vinyl acetate.
Using Henry's Law and water solubility as parameters, SRI evaluated and selected 5 contaminant proxies: Carbon Tetrachloride (CCI4), Chlorobenzene (CB), Bromo-Dichloromethane (BDM), trichloroethylene (TCE) and isopropyl alcohol (IPA).
Fifty milliliter of chlorobenzene was charged into a round-bottomflask equipped with a mechanical shaker and connected to a dropping funnel filled with a stoichiometrical amount of chlorosulfonic acid.
0 g of chlorobenzene was applied to top of the CdS film and spin coated at 1,000 RPM to obtain 90 nm PVK film.
Instead, it uses a classical chromatographic chlorobenzene solvent, which reduces the flammability risks, allows automated detection by infrared detectors, and obtains a straight linear correlation with the gravimetric method.
Ultrasonic degradation of trichloroethylene and chlorobenzene at micromolar concentration: Kinetics and modeling, Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 8: 143-150.