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chlorinated

 [klor´ĭ-nāt″ed]
charged with chlorine.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

chlo·ri·nat·ed

(klōr'in-āt-ĕd),
Having been treated with chlorine.
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chlo·ri·nat·ed

(klōr'in-āt-ĕd)
Having been treated with chlorine.
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Patient discussion about chlorinated

Q. Are throat nodulars caused by second hand smoke, allergy drip, and reflux. Also can chlorine and rust in water

A. Throat nodules, or also known as - vocal cord nodules, are usually caused by maximum contact between the two vocal cords. The cause of these formations are usually strenuous or abusive voice practices such as yelling and coughing. Persons who are often susceptible are those who use their voice constantly in a loud environment. Examples include teachers, cheerleaders, politicians, actors, musicians and singers. I am not sure I understand the question about chlorine and rust in water, I don't think these factors have a connection to vocal cord nodules. Other throat nodules can be cause by smoking (not as much in second hand smoke), alcohol or chewed tobbacco use.

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Effects of transplacental exposure to chlorinated phenols. Environmental health perspectives, 46: 137-140.
The analysis of accumulation of chlorinated phenols in tissues of 58 male and female individuals from Finland who were no occupationally exposed to these substances revealed that both TeCP and PCP were present in adipose tissue and liver at amounts from 2 to 31 [micro]g/kg, whereas TCP was not detected [45].
In addition, information on the treatment of chlorinated phenols with Fenton's reagent will be presented as a model for the environmental degradation of the compounds.
Wood contains naturally occurring phenols which, during the chlorine bleach treatment, are converted to chlorinated phenols, which in turn react with microbes to yield the smelly anisole, or "cork taint."
The mechanism by which 2,4-DCP causes death is uncertain, but this and other chlorinated phenols are known to uncouple oxidative phosphorylation [6].
Laccases from Trametes versicolor, Rhizoctonia practicola, or other fungi were incubated with various chlorinated phenols or aromatic amines in the presence of phenolic humic constituents.
The example is synthesis of chlorinated phenols by fungi fromHypholomagenera[13, 22].
Pomonis, "Removal of chlorinated phenols from aqueous solutions by adsorption on alumina pillared clays and mesoporous alumina aluminum phosphates," Water Research, vol.
Chlorinated phenols have been widely used as biocides and as precursors in the synthesis of other pesticides since the early 1930s (Hale et al., 1994).
The most commonly detected include the chlorinated phenols and benzenes, polychlorophenyls, pesticides, herbicides, and petroleum derivatives.