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TCE

Environment A volatile chlorinated hydrocarbon that boils at 88ºC and is highly soluble–1000 ppm in water, with various industrial uses Toxicity Peripheral neuropathy, carcinogenic. See Bioremediation, EPA, Plumes, Superfund, Toxic dumps, 'White-out. '. Cf Dioxin, PCBs.

TCE

trichloroethylene.
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Analysis of variance (ANOVA) modeling of strain and time effects on concentration--time profiles of TCE metabolites in mouse serum.
Further research that employs TCE and the RBV would also contribute to the academic debate on the complementary and contradictory prescriptions of TCE and the RBV in outsourcing decision-making contexts (McIvor, 2009).
Because the City's appraiser based his valuation of the TCE on his experience that TCEs do not affect the remainder of the property, rather than on an actual assessment that the remainder of the Combses' property was not affected, his proof lacked sufficient reliability.
Our findings, as well as prior case reports, suggest a lag time of up to 40 years between TCE exposure and onset of Parkinson's, providing a critical window of opportunity to potentially slow the disease process before clinical symptoms appear," lead author Goldman said.
The TCE CSOC support element works with other government agencies at the CSOC to provide COMISAF and CJ2 with an aggregate human terrain picture.
The TCE is believed to date from the 1940s and 1950s from operations such as repairing and washing aircraft.
CONCLUSIONS: Our findings offer additional support for an association between high levels of exposure to TCE and increased risk of NHL.
Specifically, when evaluating an account, underwriters can now see the change in portfolio exceeding probability (EP) losses and the change in portfolio TCE.
Washington alone has about 10,000 sites contaminated with TCE, according to the state's Department of Ecology.
EPA probe does not interfere with lawsuit over TCE groundwater contamination
The TCE announcement referred to guidance notes issued by the TCE for interested parties.