trichlorophenol


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tri·chlor·o·phe·nol

(trī-klōr'ō-fē'nol),
Agent used as an antiseptic, disinfectant, and fungicide.

trichlorophenol

a wood preservative with fungistatic activity. Causes poisoning as with pentachlorophenol.
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We use trichlorophenol mainly to show that the method works.
While current regulations list allowable discharge levels of pentachlorophenol and trichlorophenol, the advance copy of the proposed rule simply notes that the EPA is "reserving" standards for toxic pollutants.
Among the compounds tested, three patterns of removal were found: 1) rapid removal of phenol, orthochlorophenol, and dichlorophenol; 2) removal after a short lag period of mono and dichlorobenzenes; and 3) no removal for trichlorophenol.
Among epidemiologic studies on OCs and semen parameters, the only one that explored childhood exposure and adult semen parameters was in Seveso, Italy, where an explosion in 1976 at a trichlorophenol manufacturing plant released up to 30 kg of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) (Mocarelli et al.
Garibay-Orijel C, Rios-Leal E, Estrada-Vazquez C, Garcia-Mena J, Poggi-Varaldo HM (2004) Biotreatment of a wastewater contaminated with a mixture of trichlorophenol and phenol in methanogenic and partially-aerated methanogenic reactors.
other examples are trichlorophenol and p-chloro-m-cresol used as the impregnants of leather and textiles to protect them from microbes [70] Penetration of phenol to organisms is related with diffusion of the compound across a cell's membrane.