By John H. Montgomery
The most recent variation of the bestselling Groundwater chemical substances table Reference has been completely up to date and improved. as well as info about the environmental destiny and shipping in a variety of media, natural precedence toxins and chemical substances mostly present in the place of work and the surroundings, it comprises toxicity details for mammals and aquatic species in a transparent, constant layout.
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00 mg/m3 in air was reported by Ruth (1986). , 1989). , 1976). , 1952). Acute oral LD 50 for rats 3,530 mg/kg; LC50 (inhalation) for mice 5,620 ppm/1 h (quoted, RTECS, 1985). 5 to 36 mg/L (Verschueren, 1983). , 1993). 7 ppm), pineapples, licorice roots (2 ppm), grapes (1,500-2,000 ppm), onion bulbs, oats, horse chestnuts, coriander, ginseng, hot peppers, linseed (3,105-3,853 ppm), ambrette, and chocolate vines (Duke, 1992). Uses: Manufacture of acetate rayon, acetic anhydride, acetone, acetyl compounds, cellulose acetates, chloroacetic acid, ethyl alcohol, ketene, methyl ethyl ketone, vinyl acetate, plastics and rubbers in tanning; laundry sour; acidulate and preservative in foods; printing calico and dyeing silk; solvent for gums, resins, volatile oils and other substances; manufacture of nylon and fiber, vitamins, antibiotics and hormones; production of insecticides, dyes, photographic chemicals, stain removers; latex coagulant; textile printing.
Chemical/Physical. Wet oxidation of acrolein at 320 °C yielded formic and acetic acids (Randall and Knopp, 1980). , 1983). , 1968; Reinert and Rodgers, 1987; Kollig, 1993). , 1968). 5, respectively. , 1974). A t an influent concentration of 1,000 mg/L, treatment with granular activated carbon resulted in an effluent concentration of 694 mg/L. , 1974). 3 ppm. Symptoms of expo s u r e : Strong lachrymator and nasal irritant. Eye contact may damage cornea. Skin contact may cause delayed pulmonary edema (Patnaik, 1992).
1983) Environmental fate: Biological. When acenaphthylene was statically incubated in the dark at 25 °C with yeast extract and settled domestic wastewater inoculum, significant biodegradation with rapid adaptation was observed. , 1981). A Beijerinckia sp. and a mu t a n t strain was able to cooxidize acenaphthylene to the following metabolites: acenaphthenequinone and a compound tentatively identified as 1,2-dihydroxyacenaphthylene. When acenaphthylene was incubated with a mutant strain (Beijerinckia sp.