organobromine

organobromine

includes some toxic compounds, e.g. polybrominated biphenyls.
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Persistent organochlorine and organobromine compounds in mother's milk from Sweden 1996-2006: compound-specific temporal trends.
This is because the additives in plastics like bisphenol-A (BPA), phthalates, which make plastics flexible, and organobromine compounds like polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), which are used as flame retardants, can leach from microplastics into organisms when ingested.
For more than a decade, potential environmental problems associated with organobromine flame retardanl systems have motivated the search for nonhalogen-based approaches to reduce polymer flammability.
PBDEs, or polybrominated diphenyl ethers, are a class of organobromine compounds found in household items such as carpets, textiles, foam furnishings, electronics and plastics etc.
and Manager of the Flame Retardants Department at Cities Services where he did extensive work in organobromine flame retardants.
Gribble (1998) described the reactions leading from the natural bromide to organobromine compounds (bio-bromination) in marine organisms.
and Manager of the Flame Retardants Department at Cities Service where he did extensive work in organobromine flame retardants.
A novel abbreviation standard for organobromine, organochlorine and organophosphorus flame retardants and some characteristics of the chemicals.
Plasma concentrations of selected organobromine compounds and polychlorinated biphenyls in postmenopausal women of Quebec, Canada.
at Cities Service, where he did extensive work in organobromine flame retardants.