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J Environ Sci Health A 45, 2010, 1322-1346 100%

http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t713597268 pKa values of the monohydroxylated polychlorinated biphenyls (OHPCBs), polybrominated biphenyls (OH-PBBs), polychlorinated diphenyl ethers (OH-PCDEs), and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (OH-PBDEs) Sierra Raynea;

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J Appl Sci Environ Manage 11, 2007, 147-151 92%

11 (2) 147 - 151 Concentrations of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs), Polychlorinated Dibenzo-pdioxins and Furans (PCDD/Fs), and Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs) as Functions of Sample Depth in Killer Whale (Orcinus orca) Blubber MICHAEL G.

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Sci Total Environ 454-455, 2013, 181-183 90%

www.elsevier.com/locate/scitotenv Comment on “Specific binding of hydroxylated polychlorinated biphenyl metabolites and other substances to bovine calf uterine estrogen receptor:

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Anal Chem 75, 2003, 1049-1057 83%

polychlorinated diphenyl ethers (PCDEs); polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs);

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J Environ Sci Health A 45, 2010, 355-362 82%

http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t713597268 Quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR) studies for predicting activation of the ryanodine receptor type 1 channel complex (RyR1) by polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) congeners Sierra Rayne a;

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J Chromatogr A 1016, 2003, 235-248 75%

1) are the first class of halogenated diaryl compounds to cause widespread environmental concern since polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans (PCDD/Fs), and dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) were discovered in environmental samples during the 1940s to 1960s.

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Environ Sci Technol 36, 2002, 1995-2002 70%

KONSTANTINOV Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada N1G 2W1 Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins (PCDDs) are a class of halogenated diaryl compounds that are environmentally important because of their high toxicity and bioaccumulatory properties.

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J Environ Sci Health A 43, 2008, 1391-1401 70%

Historical work on other well-known halogenated classes such as the polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and furans (PCDD/Fs), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and the polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) has consistently shown that the acute and chronic toxicities, and partitioning/degradation behaviors, of minor individual congeners in the corresponding source technical mixtures and environmental receptors is often of primary importance in a comprehensive human and ecological risk assessment and in source apportionment.

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MONSANTO flyer back 67%

24/7 24/7 F 3 11Y U 1 SERIES 2013 The establishment of a Just leads to FOOD MONOPOLY INDUSTRIAL SLAVERY will kill us all 1 inventor of Fun stuff like 1 1 Polychlorinated biphenyl THINK!

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ayurvedic remedies to enhance immunity 67%

Natural Ways To Enhance Immunity As the exposure to pesticides, dioxin substances, polychlorinated biphenyls and chemicals (such as Monosodium Glutamate, food thickeners - Propylene glycol alginate, Polysorbate 60 etc.) has increased, one cannot avoid health issues caused by it.

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Environ Sci Technol 38, 2004, 4293-4299 66%

Box 3232, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6B 3X8 Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs), and polychlorinated naphthalenes (PCNs) were quantified in blubber biopsy samples collected from free-ranging male and female killer whales (Orcinus orca) belonging to three distinct communities (southern residents, northern residents, and transients) from the northeastern Pacific Ocean.

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Environ Sci Technol 39, 2005, 1995-2003 64%

2005, 39, 1995-2003 Polychlorinated Dioxins and Furans from the World Trade Center Attacks in Exterior Window Films from Lower Manhattan in New York City SIERRA RAYNE Department of Chemistry, University of Victoria, P.O.

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Organohalogen Compounds 63, 2003, 320-323 64%

Organohalogen Compounds 63, 320-323 (2003) POLYCHLORINATED DIOXIN AND FURANS (PCDD/F) IN ORGANIC WINDOW FILMS AFTER SEPTEMBER 11TH Craig M.

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Why Should I prefer 'Low Smoke Zero Halogen' Cables 64%

Carcinogenic substances such as Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs), Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs), Nitro Polycyclic Perfumed Hydrocarbons and dioxins are all toxic substances that can be shaped when these kind of halogenated compounds tend to be burned.

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Metal recycling services mulberry 56%

Due to the hazardous materials involved, including asbestos and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), there have been many injuries, deaths and environmental breakdown.

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GN standards in English ГН гигиенические нормативы на английском языке 56%

5 to GN 2.1.6.696-98 https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-1125-02.html GN 2.1.6.1763-03 in English - Maximum allowable concentrations (MAC) of microorganism-producers, bacterial products and their components in the atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-1763-03.html GN 2.1.6.1339-03 in English - Reference impact safe levels (RISL) of pollutants in atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-1339-03.html GN 2.1.6.1338-03 in English - Maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) of pollutants in atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-1338-03.html GN 2.1.6.1762-03 in English - Maximum allowable concentrations (MACs) of microorganism-producers, bacterial products and their components in the occupational air https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-1762-03.html GN 2.1.6.2157-07 in English - Maximum allowable concentrations (MAC) of О-(1,2,2-trimethylpropyl) methylfluorinephosphonate (soman) in atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-2157-07.html GN 2.1.6.014-94 in English - Maximum allowable concentrations (MAC) of polychlorinated dibenzodioxyns and polychlorinated dibenzofurans in atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-014-94.html GN 2.1.6.2177-07 in English - Maximum allowable concentrations (MAC) of microorganism-producers, bacterial products and their components in the atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-2177-07.html GN 2.1.6.2309-07 in English - Reference impact safe levels (RISL) of pollutants in atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-2309-07.html GN 2.1.6.2556-09 in English - Reference impact safe levels (RISL) of 2-chlorvinylarsineoxide (lewisite oxide) in atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-62556-09.html GN 2.1.6.2563-09 in English - Reference impact safe levels (RISL) of toxic substances with blistering effect in atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-62563-09.html GN 2.1.6.2658-10 in English - Emergency impact levels (EIL) of toxic substances in atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-2658-10.html GN 2.1.6.1372-03 in English - Hygienic norms of predicted no-effect impact level (PNIL)of contaminants in the atmospheric air of residential areas and in the protection activity zones of the chemical weapons storage and destruction facilities https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-1372-03.html GN 2.1.6.2736-10 in English - Reference impact safe levels (RISL) of O-isopropylmethylfluorinephosphonate (sarin) in atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn2-1-6-2736-10.html GN 2.1.6.3201-14 in English - Reference impact safe levels (RISL) of isobutyl ester of methyl-phosphonic acid in atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-63201-14.html GN 2.1.6.2178-07 in English - Maximum allowable concentrations (MACs) of microorganism-producers, bacterial products and their components in the occupational air https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-2178-07.html GN 2.1.6.3306-15 in English - Reference impact safe levels (RISL) of O-isobutyl-beta-n-diethylaminoethylthiol ester of methyl-phosphonic acid (substance of type Vx) in water of water objects of drinking and cultural-domestic water use of the regions of location of chemical weapon storage and disposal facilities https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-3306-15.html GN 2.1.6.1845-04 in English - Emergency impact levels (EIL) of 1,1-dimethylhydrazine in atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-1845-04.html GN 2.1.6.3400-16 in English - Maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) of ammonium perchlorate in atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-340016.html GN 2.1.6.3467-17 in English - Maximum allowable concentrations (MAC) of microorganism-producers and components of bacterial products in the atmospheric air of inhabited places https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-6-3467-17.html GN 2.1.7.2035-05 in English - Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of O-isobutyl-beta-diethylaminoethanethiol ether of methylphosphonic acid at soil of storage and destruction of chemical weapons areas https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2035-05.html GN 2.1.7.2033-05 in English - Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of O-(1,2,2-trimethylpropyl) methylfluorophosphonate (soman) in the soil areas of sanitary protection zones and protective zones of chemical weapons storage and destruction objects https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2033-05.html GN 2.1.7.2041-06 in English - Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of chemical substances in soil https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2041-06.html GN 2.1.7.2042-06 in English - Tentative allowable concentrations of chemical substances in soil https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2042-06.html GN 2.1.7.2121-06 in English - Maximum allowable concentration (MAC) of 2-chlorovinyldichloroarsine (lewisite) in soils of the regions of location of chemical weapon storage and disposal facilities https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2121-06.html GN 2.1.7.2511-09 in English - Approximate permissible concentration (APC) of chemical substances in soil https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2511-09.html GN 2.1.7.2560-09 in English - Maximum allowable concentration (MAC) of 2,2'-dichlordiethyl sulphide (yperite) and pyritic-lewisite mixture in soils of the regions of location of chemical weapon storage and disposal facilities https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2560-09.html GN 2.1.7.2559-09 in English - Maximum allowable concentration (MAC) of 2,2'-dichlordiethyl sulphide (yperite) and 2-chlorovinyldichloroarsine (lewisite) in soils of territories of industrial sites for disposal of blistering agents https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2559-09.html GN 2.1.7.2597-10 in English - Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of ammonium perchlorate in soil https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2597-10.html GN 2.1.7.2607-10 in English - Maximum allowable levels (MAL) of pollution with 2,2'-dichlordiethylsulphide (yperite) and 2-chlorovinyldichloroarsine (lewisite) of metal wastes of industrial sites for disposal of blistering agents https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2607-10.html GN 2.1.7.2751-10 in English - Maximum allowable concentration (MAC) of O-(1,2,2 trimethylpropyl) of methilfluorophosphonate (soman) and O-isopropylmethylfluorinephosphonate (sarin) in soils of the regions of location of chemical weapon storage and disposal facilities https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2751-10.html GN 2.1.7.1992-05 in English - Maximum allowable concentration (MAC) of O-isopropylmethylfluorinephosphonate (sarin) in soils of the regions of location of chemical weapon storage and disposal facilities https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-1992-05.html GN 2.1.7.2946-11 in English - Maximum allowable concentration (MAC) of O-(1,2,2 trimethylpropyl) of methilfluorophosphonate (soman) and O-isopropylmethylfluorinephosphonate (sarin) in materials of building structures of chemical weapon disposal facilities https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2946-11.html GN 2.1.7.3200-14 in English - Maximum allowable concentration (MAC) of arsenic in wastes after incinerators (ashes) of the vesicants disposal facilities https://gostperevod.com/gn-21-7-3200-14.html GN 2.1.7.3228-14 in English - Maximum allowable level (MAL) of pollution with O-isobutyl-beta-n-diethylaminoethylthiol ester of methyl-phosphonic acid (substance of type Vx) of the metal waste surfaces that have passed thermal processing https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-3228-14.html GN 2.1.7.3227-14 in English - Maximum allowable concentration (MAC) of methyl-phosphonic acid in wastes of building structures including wastes after thermal processing https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-3227-14.html GN 2.1.7.3199-14 in English - Maximum allowable level (MAL) of O-(2,2 trimethylpropyl) of methilfluorophosphonate (soman) and O-isopropylmethylfluorinephosphonate (sarin) in wastes after incinerators (ashes) of the chemical weapon disposal facilities https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-3199-14.html GN 2.1.7.2727-10 in English - Maximum allowable level (MAL) of pollution with О-(1,2,2-trimethylpropyl) of methilfluorophosphonate (soman) and Oisopropylmethylfluorinephosphonate (sarin) of metal wastes (chemical weapon wastes, metallic vessels, process equipment) that were in contact with toxic substances https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2727-10.html GN 2.1.7.3297-15 in English - Maximum allowable concentration (MAC) of beryllium oxide in the soils of inhabited areas and agricultural lands https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-329715.html GN 2.1.7.3305-15 in English - Maximum allowable concentration (MAC) of O-isobutyl-beta-n-diethylaminoethylthiol ester of methyl-phosphonic acid (substance of type Vx) in soils of the regions of location of chemical weapon storage and disposal facilities https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-3305-15.html GN 2.1.7.3298-15 in English - Tentative allowable concentrations (TAC) of polychlorinated dibenzo-n-dioxyns and dibenzofuranes (at re-calculation on 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-paradioxin and its analogues) in the soils of inhabited areas, agricultural lands and industrial sites https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-3298-15.html GN 2.1.7.2726-10 in English - Maximum allowable level (MAL) of pollution with arsenic of wastes of metal structures of the facilities for disposal of blistering agents https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-7-2726-10.html GN 2.1.8/2.2.4.019-94 in English - Temporary permissible exposure limits (TPEL) of electromagnetic radiation created by the cellular radio communication systems https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-8-2-2-4-019-94.html GN 2.1.8/2.2.4.2262-07 in English - Maximum allowable levels of magnetic fields with frequency 50 Hz in residential and public buildings and at residential areas https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-1-8-2-2-4-2262-07.html GN 2.2.5.687-98 in English - Reference impact safe levels (RISL) of pollutants in air of working zone https://gostperevod.com/gn-2-2-5-687-98.html GN 2.2.5.686-98 in English - Maximum allowable concentrations (MAC) of harmful substances in occupational air.

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salmon farming issues and solutions1059 54%

They have increased amounts of of PCBs or polychlorinated biphens.

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Science News (Columbia River) 50%

In research posted to ES&T’s Research ASAP site this week, a team led by Ikonomou reports that the popular food fish’s levels of the persistent organic pollutant are doubling every 1.6 years, and at this rate will become the first known organism in the world with a higher body burden of PBDEs than polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) this year.

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IJETR2288 50%

particulate matter (PM), fine dust (PM10 e PM2.5), nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SO2), carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), total organic compounds (TOC), Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins 112 www.erpublication.org International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research (IJETR) ISSN:

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Anal Chem 74, 2002, 5263-5272 49%

Similar linear relationships between GC-RRTs and observed and calculated physicochemical properties have been reported for polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs),26-28 polychlorinated diphenyl ethers (PCDEs),29 polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins26,30 and dibenzofurans (PCDD/Fs),26,31,32 and polybrominated dibenzo-p-dioxins (PBDDs).33 Results using the MAB-N2 and EI GC programs were identical;

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Meeting Program - 2017 Rev1 - Online View 47%

3 Presented by Yonesha Donaldson, Rutgers University Newark From an unknown date until 1955, the Brandywine facility (Maryland) was a Department of Defense owned storage yard for surplus equipment, drums of waste solvents, and polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) products.

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Science News (Ringed Seals) 47%

Back Issues Contact Us Site Map The polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) chemicals that are used as flame retardants in consumer products appear to be contaminating pristine sections of the Arctic more quickly than either polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) or dioxins, according to an article published in the research section of this issue (1).

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J Environ Sci Health A 45, 2010, 1550-1594 46%

The historical impetus for classifying commercial chemicals appears to have arisen mainly from the widespread environmental contamination and toxicity of several highprofile non-ionizable classes of organic compounds, such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), organochlorine pesticides (OCPs), and polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and furans (PCDD/Fs).

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J Hazard Mater B127, 2005, 33-39 45%

Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans;

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IJEAS0406001 45%

The short gas retention time inhibit the de novo synthesis in temperature range known to lead to the formation of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins (PCDD) and polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDF).

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