Handbook Of Environmental Data On Organic Chemicals
CD-ROM version of the 4th ed. of the handbook containing environmental data for over 3,000 organic chemicals, presented in HTML format. Arranged in alphabetical order by chemical name, this reference provides synonyms, CAS numbers, and molecular and structural formulas. Natural and manmade sources of a substance as well as its uses and various formulations appear. Each substance is categorized by physical and chemical properties, air pollution factors, water and soil pollution factors, and biological effects. Pesticides, detergents, phtalates, polynuclear aromatics, and polychlorinated biphenyls are all investigated in detail. Also includes aquatic toxicity and biological effects, odor thresholds, sampling and analysis data, and on-screen help.
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20°C-product is sole acid acute oral LD50 adapted A.S. adsorbability air pollution factors Algae Arthropoda Bacteria Biodegradation BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS BOD5 Bulgaria cell multiplication starts COD removal COD/g dry inoculum/hr colorless liquid cone Daphnia decomposition drinking water dry inoculum/hr 327 effect level effl Emission limits Fish full scale g/cu goldfish guinea pig hedonic hedonic tone infl inhalation inhibition of cell kcal/mole kg/hr BRD KMnO4 LDS0 M.A.C. in waters Mammalia Manmade sources Manufacturing source mg COD/g dry mg/cu m ppm mg/cu m skin mg/cu m T.L.V. Microcystis aeruginosa odor threshold Oxidation parameters photometry ppm 100%recogn ppm avg ppm O.I. production of drinking properties Pseudomonas putida Reduction of amenities ring disruption Sampling and analysis Scenedesmus single oral dose single oral LD50 soil microflora sole carbon source solub solvent sp.gr theor toxic Users and formulation USSR Waste water treatment WATER POLLUTION FACTORS Water quality waters class wet scrubber