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Collaborations and joint ventures are key business strategies to develop green brominated flame retardants.
The interaction of the brominated flame retardant: tetrabromobisphenol A with phospholipid membranes.
"Its comparative tracking index of 600 V is more than double that of a comparable compound with a halogenated (typically brominated) FR formulation, providing superior electrical performance in automotive, residential, and appliance applications such as housings with snap-fit assembly, circuit breakers, charger covers, and safety switches.
The standard, J-STD-709, calls for limits on each plastic within a component of <1000 ppm (0.1%) bromine (if the bromine source is from brominated flame-retardants) and <1000 ppm (0.1%) of chlorine (if the chlorine source is from CFRs or PVC).
A brominated flame-retardant concentrate is designed for industrial bags, foam packaging, and other products that need good heat-sealability and printability.
According to the report, exposure to halogenated fire retardants, in particular brominated fire retardants (BFRs) and chlorinated fire retardants (CFRs), can result in serious health disorders including: cancer, birth defects, neurological and reproductive dysfunction, and leaning disabilities.
The brominated random copolymers were precipitated by acetone through a solvent-nonsolvent process.
In a letter to The New York Times in November, Arlene Blum, a biophysical chemist, took issue with the use of chlorinated and brominated hydrocarbons such as Tris--the same chemicals banned from use in children's sleepwear in 1977--in furniture and bedding.
Subsequently, one metallic material from each laptop was analyzed for hexavalent chromium (VI), and one material showing consistently high bromine levels (the fan) was analyzed for a range of solvent extractable brominated flame retardants.
The activities of Linde and Spectra overlap on the European Economic Area (EEA) markets for a number of specialty gases, such as noble gases, inert gas mixtures, brominated compound gas mixtures and fluorine gas mixtures.
Seventeenaswordfish samples from the Italian coast were tested for 28 man-made chemicals: organochlorine chemicals (DDT and HCB), perfluorinated compounds (PFOS and PFOA, used in the production of textiles, food packaging and non-stick coatings) and brominated flame retardants (19 types of PBDE).
While vehicles have mercury switches and lead components, plastics have brominated compounds, which are often used as flame-retardants in computer casings and other consumer electronics, says Reiter.