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Synonyms for haloalkane

organic compound in which halogen atoms have been substituted for hydrogen atoms in an alkane

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Ash particulates of halogenated hydrocarbons create a continuous buildup of hazardous substances that leach into the soil and groundwater where they can remain for decades.
It's the organization's "Allergy-Free" standard, which limits the concentration of organic substances including formaldehyde, phthalates, and halogenated hydrocarbons.
Electronic waste materials contain a number of toxic compounds, including halogenated hydrocarbons such as brominated hydrocarbons, that are used as flame retardants.
There are many references in the scientific literature about effects of halogenated hydrocarbons on development.
Five classes of pesticides were examined in the new study: phosphates, pyrethroids, halogenated hydrocarbons, carbamates, and endocrine disruptors.
Samuel Lee's column published in this magazine in March, 1987, methylene chloride belongs to an important family of chemical compounds with widespread uses, (this family is) called halogenated hydrocarbons.
The most common types of VOCs found in homes included ethyl alcohol (suspected of coming from fungi), halogenated hydrocarbons (probably from refrigerators and dry cleaning solvents) and terpenes from building wood.
Include engineering services for the expert~s monitoring of groundwater remediation consisting of pump-and-treat for the purification of volatile halogenated hydrocarbons from groundwater at the site of YMOS AG in Obertshausen-Hausen for the years 2014 to 2017 with the option to extend for another 2 years i.
Despite advisories warning anglers away from contaminated fishing spots, consumption of sport-caught fish remains an important route of human exposure to halogenated hydrocarbons thought to be risk factors for breast cancer.