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Words related to halocarbon

one of various compounds of carbon and any of the halogens

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Any durable infant or toddler product, children's toy, child care article, or other children's product (other than children's car seats) that contains additive organohalogen flame retardants, is a "banned hazardous substance";
Temporal trends of organohalogen compounds in mother's milk from Sweden.
have measurable quantities of organohalogen flame retardants in their blood, as estimated by the national bio-monitoring program overseen by the Centers for Disease Control.
Changes in prolactin in a highly organohalogen contaminated Arctic top predator seabird, the Glaucous Gull.
Neurochemical targets and behavioral effects of organohalogen compounds: an update.
RoHS legislation around the world calls for suitable technology for the rapid monitoring of organohalogen compounds in matrices such as coal, crude oil, naphtha, liquefied petroleum gas and others.
Study of human contamination by organohalogen pesticides in Zaire.
Hydrogenolysis of organohalogen compounds over palladium supported catalysts.
Two issues worth mentioning are the trends of reduced concentrations of PCBs and other persistent organohalogen residues and of an increase in the concentration of polybrominated diethers (PBDEs) in milk samples of mothers worldwide (Furst, 2006).
Calculation of serum "total lipid" concentrations for the adjustment of persistent organohalogen toxicant measurements in human samples.
Dioxin and PAH emissions from a shale oil processing plant in Estonia // Organohalogen.
At the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, more than 170 governments committed in their "Agenda 21" to eliminate emissions of organohalogen and other synthetic compounds that threatened to accumulate to dangerous levels.
Among these are the persistent, bioaccumulative organohalogen compounds that include some pesticides.
Naturally occurring organohalogen compounds: a survey.