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Chemical Analysis

Thesis - Organotin and osmoregulation
Thesis from the university of Southampton...

Trace chemical analysis
West Coast Analytical Service, Inc (WCAS) is a privately owned, commercial, independent testing laboratory specializing in trace chemical analysis using ICPMS, ICPOES, GC, LC, IC, GCMS, GFAA, etc.  Th...

US EPA Method 282.3: Determination of organotin chloride in marine and fresh waters by liquid-solid extraction and GC/ECD

US EPA Method 7870: Tin (atomic absorption, direct aspiration)
Flame AAS, tin, Atomic absorption spectrometry...

US EPA Method 8323: Determination of organotins by microliquid chromatography-electrospray ion trap mass spectrometry
Method 8323 [PDF File, 22 pages, 119 KB, January 2003]Determination of Organotins by Micro-Liquid Chromatography- Electrospray Ion Trap Mass SpectrometryMethod 8323 is the first product of an OSW proj...



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A Review to Determine State-of-The-Practice Treatment Technologies For Reducing Concentrations of Organotin Compounds in Wastewater
A Review to Determine State-of-The-Practice Treatment Technologies For ReducingConcentrations of Organotin Compounds in WastewaterMessing, A. , L.M. Ramirez, and T. Fox, 1997Executive SummaryThe purpo...

Acute Toxicity Database: Triphenyltin hydroxide
Acute Toxicity DatabaseThe following database summarizes the results from aquatic acute toxicity tests conducted by the USGS CERC  located in Columbia, Missouri. The acute toxicity test provides a rel...

An Introduction to Organotin Compounds
This text is an introduction to the properties and applications of elemental tin and organotin compounds. Also toxicity, cycling, degradation and bio-accumulation are being covered....

Anaerobic biodegradation of organotin stabilizers
Keywords:Organotin compounds, Butyltin, Methyltin, Degradation, Anaerobic degradation, Risk Assessment, PVC stabilizers, municipal solid waste, landfill, ...

Antifoulants
An environmental chemistry course during a discussion of pesticides and/or water pollution. Keywords: education, TBT, antifoulants, TBTO...

Assessing impacts of tributyltin (TBT) on multiple coastal uses
SummaryAntifouling paints are applied on the hulls of ships and boats to control the growth of fouling organisms and reduce their deleterious effects such as slowing of the ship speed, increase in fue...

Assessment of the risks to the health and the environment posed by the use of organostannic compounds
This is a report from the european commision scientific commitee on toxicity, ecotoxicity and environment.Keywords:Health risks, environmental risks, organostannic compounds, PVC, non-food consumer pr...

ASTDR - Toxicological profile for tin and its compounds (draft)

ATSDR: ToxFAQs for Tin and Compounds
CAS#  7440-31-5  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This fact sheet answers the most frequently asked health questions about tin. For more information, yo...

ATSDR: Toxicological profile for tin
The ATSDR toxicological profile succinctly characterizes the toxicologic and adverse health effects information for the hazardous substance described here. Each peer-reviewed profile identifies an...



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