halogenated


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halogenated

pertaining to a substance to which a halogen is added.

halogenated salicylanilides
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In official coordination with the german weather service, The uba at the zugspitze site is germany~s only contribution to the measurement of halogenated climate-effective trace gases.
Commenting on the halogenated butyl rubber unit, Mr Nikhil Meswani, Executive Director, RIL, said, "RSEPL's halogenated butyl rubber plant will be well-poised to capitalise on the significant surge in regional demand in tyre and pharmaceutical industries.
The company added that the US patent covers use of certain halogenated xanthenes in pharmaceutical compositions and as medicaments.
Although it has been possible to produce PET films with flame retardance above the VTM-2 level, these films require the use of halogenated flame-retardant additives and flame-retardant coatings, leading to higher costs and increased environmental burdens.
Regional differences are considerable: While halogenated flame retardants are still dominating the Chinese market, ATH compounds are accounting for about half of total market volume in Western Europe and North America.
Because myeloid cells copiously express MPO and because halogenated DNA may induce both genetic and epigenetic changes that contribute to carcinogenesis, halogenative stress may account for benzene-induced bone marrow disorders and myeloid leukemia.
Wastes generated at the facility include halogenated and non-halogenated solvents, corrosives, paint wastes, wastes from electroplating operations, petroleum products, and oils and lubricants.
Second Nature Medium Temperature systems--designed to keep refrigerated foods at optimum temperatures--replace R404A, a halogenated fluorocarbon (HFC) and contributor to greenhouse gases, with a 35% aqueous propylene glycol fluid and R407C, a non-halogenated refrigerant with less than half of the global warming potential of traditional HFC refrigerants.
The move followed pressure from the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) which highlighted the exposure of consumers through textile products to deca-BDE noting "general concerns about [the] harmful properties for human health and the environment" of halogenated and brominated flame retardants.
Its comparative tracking index (CTI) of 600V is said to be more than double that of a comparable halogenated FR nylon.
Berlin, March 31 (ANI): An international team of scientists has suggested that the largest known mass extinction in the history of the earth could have been triggered off by giant salt lakes, whose emissions of halogenated gases changed the atmospheric composition so dramatically that vegetation was irretrievably damaged.
Availability in specialty grade polyurethanes, including halogenated and non-halogenated fire retardant, static dissipative and versions certified to many NSF, FDA and European standards.