haloalkane

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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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4] mg/L Organic substances PAHs [micro]g/L Pyrene [micro]g/L Benzo(a)pyrene [micro]g/L Di-ethylhexyl phthalate; [micro]g/L chlordane Heptachlor [micro]g/L Naphthalene mg/L Benzo(b and k)fluoranthene [micro]g/L MOHs mg/L Oil and grease mg/L PCBs [micro]g/L Telrachloroethylene [micro]g/L [gamma]-bhc [micro]g/L Other XOCs Fluoranthene [micro]g/L Phenanthrene [micro]g/L Pentachlorophenol; phenol [micro]g/L Nonylphenol ethoxylates, [micro]g/L methyl tert-butyl ether Organotins Tributyltin compounds [micro]g/L Chloroalkanes [micro]g/L Herbicides and pesticides Pendimethalin, phenmedipham mg/L and terbutylazine Glyphosate mg/L Diuron mg/L Pathogens Enterococci cfu/100 mL Fecal coliforms; streptococci cfu/100 mL Escherichia coli cfu/100 mL Parameter Range Physicochemical parameters pH 3.
8] during the study of unimolecular reactions of chloroalkanes by IR laser pyrolysis.
Moore, Determination of Arrhenius Parameters for Unimolecular Reactions of Chloroalkanes by IR Laser Pyrolysis, J.
In addition, the analysis will be awarded to the following optional parameters and groups: Chloroalkanes, dicofol, Perfluorinated surfactants (PFOS), Quinoxyfen and flame retardant (HBCDD).