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Chlorinated Paraffins (Environmental Health Criteria , Vol 181)

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Published by World Health Organisation .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Chemical pollution,
  • Toxicology,
  • Medical / Toxicology,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Science/Mathematics

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Edition Notes

ContributionsWorld Health Organization (Producer)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12898477M
ISBN 109241571810
ISBN 109789241571814

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Chlorinated Paraffins (Priority Substance List Assessment Report) Paperback – January 1, by Environment Canada (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: Environment Canada.   Chlorinated paraffins are one of the last classes of chlorinated compounds that are still being produced worldwide and used in high quantities in many applications. They are particularly used in cutting oils in the metal industry, but also as lubricants, plasticizers, flame retardants and as additives in adhesives, rubber, paints and : Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Short-Chain Chlorinated Paraffins: Production, Use and International Regulations.- Synthesis of Polychloroalkanes.- Analysis of Chlorinated Paraffins in Environmental Matrices: The Ultimate Challenge for the Analytical Chemist.- Environmental Levels and Fate.- Overview of the Mammalian and Environmental Toxicity of Chlorinated Paraffins Chlorinated paraffins are one of the last classes of chlorinated compounds that are still being produced worldwide and used in high quantities in many applications. They are particularly used in cutting oils in the metal industry, but also as lubricants, plasticizers, flame retardants and as additives in adhesives, rubber, paints and sealants.

  Abstract. Chlorinated paraffins or polychlorinated n-alkanes (PCAs) consist of C 10 to C 30 n-alkanes with chlorine content from 30 to 70% by are used as high temperature lubricants, plasticizers, flame retardants, and additives in adhesives, paints, rubber, and sealants. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is currently conducting its risk assessment for chlorinated paraffins (CP), a complex group of manmade compounds, primarily used as coolants and lubricants in metal forming and cutting. “Chlorine and Metalworking Fluids: Issues and Answers” 3. As chlorine and chlorides from water. For health reasons, water is chlorinated and this introduces about 1 to 3 ppm of chlorine gas into the water. For metalworking purposes, we can safely ignore this low level of chlorine . If present, medium-chain chlorinated paraffins (MCCPs) were by far the most prominent compound class with up to 55, ng/dishcloth. Without consideration of chlorinated paraffins, the mean concentration of other polychlorinated compounds ( ng/dishcloth) was generally one order of magnitude lower than the mean concentration of brominated Cited by: 8.

Chlorinated Paraffins (the Handbook Of Environmental Chemistry) by Jacob Boer / / English / PDF Read Online MB Download Chlorinated paraffins are one of the last classes of chlorinated compounds that are still being produced worldwide and used in high quantities in many applications. For flame-retardant applications, chlorinated paraffins with approximately 70% chlorine are used. The carbon chain length of chlorinated paraffins used in flame retardants is dependent on the commercial application. C 10–13, 70% chlorine, is typically used as a flame retardant (FR) in rubber and soft plastics. CHLORINATED PARAFFINS toxicity, any effects on body weight, or on other measures of toxicity (see Table 19–5). NTP (b) found a dose-related increase in the incidence of granulomatous inflammation of the liver in female rats given C23, 43% chlorine, by gavage for 90 d at , , , 1,, or 3, mg/kg-d. I have discovered that our largest customer uses chlorinated paraffins in its cutting oils. My lab tells me that chlorine is present on the surfaces of the parts I am zinc-phosphating (five stages/dip immersion). About 4% of the parts show weak adhesion when they are coated with an air-drying black liquid alkyd.