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Arsenic - Environmental Health Criteria 18
Arsenic is a ubiquitous element with metalloid properties. Its chemistry is complex and there are many different compounds of both inorganic and organic arsenic. In nature, it is widely distributed in a number of minerals, ...
Selected Petroleum Products - Environmental Health Criteria 20
The purpose of this document is to review and evaluate available information on the biological effects of some petroleum products, and to provide a scientific basis for decisions aimed at the protection of human health ...
Chlordane - Environmental Health Criteria 34
Chlordane is a viscous, light yellow to amber-coloured liquid. Technical chlordane is a mixture of at least 26 different components and up to 14 distinct chromatographic components have been described. Its main components ...
Vanadium - Environmental Health Criteria 81
?letaliic vanadium does not occur in nature. Over 70 vanadium minerals are known, carnatite and vanadinite being the most important from the point of view of mining. Production of vanadium is linked with that of other ...
2, 4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid (2,4-D) - Environmental Health Criteria 29
All exposure determinations and risk assessments ultimately depend on accurate chemical analyses, and therefore some critical aspects of analysis for 2,4-D residues have been included in the present document. The available ...