tributyltin

Tributyltin compounds are a group of organotin compounds containing the (C4H9)3Sn (TBT) moiety, such as tributyltin hydride or tributyltin oxide. They are the main active ingredients in certain biocides used to control a broad spectrum of organisms, and these compounds are being considered for inclusion in the Rotterdam Convention.



The term "tributyltin" was found in the following pages:

Link database: RIVM: Environmental risk limits for organotin compounds
Material database: Fluka Chemie GmbH - Tris(trimethylsilyl)silane
Material database: National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) - CRM 11: Fish Tissue
Material database: National Research Council of Canada (NRC - CNRC) - SOPH-1 Sediment certified reference materials for the determination of tributyltin and dibutyltin
EVISA' Internet Platform: 20 Years of Service | EVISA's News
Material database: Princeton Applied Research - HIPA-1: Sediment for the Determination of Tributyltin
Material database: Princeton Applied Research - HIPA-1
TBT and other Persistent Man-Made Chemical Pollutants Found in Deep-Sea Octopods and Squids | EVISA's News
Material database: National Research Council of Canada (NRC - CNRC) - PACS-2
Speciomics as a concept involving chemical speciation and omics | EVISA's News
Material database: National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) - NIES CRM 11: Fish Tissue
Tributyltin exposure promotes obesity in following mice generations | EVISA's News
Material database: National Research Council of Canada (NRC - CNRC) - PACS-2 - Marine Sediment Reference Materials for Trace Metals and other Constituents
Link database: Australian Government: National Pollutant Inventory: Organotin Compounds
EU bans certain organotin compounds | EVISA's News
Link database: OSHA: Chemical Sampling Information: Tin, organic compounds (as Sn)
Speciation and Toxicity | EVISA's News
Material database: National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) - CRM 15: Scallop
TBT from antifouling paint is still endangering marine life, says WWF | EVISA's News
Material database: Princeton Applied Research - SOPH-1