halogenated hydrocarbons


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halogenated hydrocarbons

(hal´ō-jənātəd hī´drōkärbənz),
n.pl the general anesthetic agents such as halothane and isoflurane, which work with a minimum of nausea and mucous membrane irritation. They produce drowsiness for several hours after the primary effects wear off.
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Objective and activities : The aim of the project is to promote the reduction of emissions from ODS banks (ODS ozone-depleting substances) in the form of halogenated hydrocarbons in developing countries and emerging economies.
Residues and metabolites of selected persistent halogenated hydrocarbons in blood specimens from a general population survey.
The formulation is water based and synergistically utilizes existing active ingredients; having a cleaning power with no phosphates, no alkyl phenol ethoxylates, no chlorine, no halogenated hydrocarbons, and non-abrasives, non-corrosive, not caustic and completely eco-friendly.
Halogenated hydrocarbons such as TCE and dichloroethylene (DCE) are among the most common water supply contaminants in the United States and abroad (1).
Ygiene[TM] contains no phosphates, no alkyl phenol ethoxylates, no chlorine, no halogenated hydrocarbons, and is non-abrasive, non-corrosive and not caustic.
Halogenated hydrocarbons in old stocks and new installations thereby represent an important driver for the global increase in greenhouse gas emissions.
cities, 26 halogenated hydrocarbons, 17 aldehydes, 20 ketones, 11 alcohols, 2 acids, 3 ethers, 1 epoxide, 14 furans, 26 other oxygenated compounds, 4 sulfur-containing compounds, 7 nitrogen-containing compounds, 13 alkanes, 12 alkenes, 7 alkynes, 11 cyclic hydrocarbons, and 15 aromatic compounds were found, including significant amounts of hexanal, limonene, and dichlorobenzene (14).