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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Several other epidemiologic studies have examined the reported association between halogenated hydrocarbon contamination and increased incidence of major congenital cardiac malformations, other birth defects, and birth outcomes (3,6-12).
The study will help to extend the existing data base on the kinetics of halogenated hydrocarbons.
The systemic absorption of halogenated hydrocarbons such as butane may lead to atrial fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia, ventricular fibrillation, cardiomegaly and myocardial infarction.
He first discusses the basic principles of pharmacology and toxicology, risk analysis, and air, water, and soil pollution, then various toxicants and hazards, such as airborne hazards, halogenated hydrocarbons, metals, organic solvents, food additives and contaminants, pesticides, mycotoxins and other toxins from unicellular organisms, hormone disruptors, radiation hazards, and natural environmental hazards like venomous and toxic animals.
Gas chromatographic determination of volatile aromatic and halogenated hydrocarbons and selected ethers.
For the most part these replacement agents are halogenated hydrocarbons that have low ozone depletion potential (ODP).
Chemclad Enecon describes it as the ultimate in chemical protection systems because of its resistance to a very wide variety of organic and inorganic acids, alcohols, alkalis, esters, ethers, hydrocarbons, halogenated hydrocarbons, ketones, oils, salts, etc.
The chapters cover microbial physiology and ecology, natural hydrocarbons in the environment, microbiology of methane and C1 compounds, biodegradation of methane and other C1 compounds, biodegradation of aliphatic and alicyclic hydrocarbons, biodegradation of monoaromatic and chloroaromatic hydrocarbons, biodegradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, halogenated hydrocarbons and their biodegradations, biodegradation of ethers and ether fuels, biodegredation of hydrocarbons in the environment, application of molecular biology and protein engineering to the degradation of hydrocarbons, bioremediation treatments, microbiology of oil reservoirs, applications of petroleum microbiology to chemical synthesis, and microbial desulfurization of petroleum products.
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.
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.
Maintenance and repair include - Fire alarm systems (SSP): EBL - 2000 EBL - 512, EBL - G3, ESSER, linear heat detectors LISTEC,- Fixed firefighting (SUG) Gas: KD - 200, SUG for halogenated hydrocarbons LPG - HFC 227ea - Certificate of CNBOP No.