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Pentachlorophenol - Environmental Health Criteria 71
Pure pentachlorophenol (PCP) consists of light tan to white, needlelike crystals and is relatively volatile. It is soluble in most organic solvents, but practically insoluble in water at the slightly acidic pH generated ...
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 ...
Toluene - Environmental Health Criteria 52
Toluene is the common name for methylbenzene. It is a clear, colourless liquid that is volatile (vapour pressure of 3.82 kPa), flammable, and explosive in air. The technical product may contain small amounts of benzene. ...
Formaldehyde - Environmental Health Criteria 89
Formaldehyde is a flammable, colourless and readily polymerized gas at ambient temperatures. The most common commercially available form is a 30-50% aqueous solution. Formaldehyde is readily soluble in water, alcohols, and ...
Cypermethrin - Environmental Health Criteria 82
Cypermethrin was initially synthesized in 1974 and first marketed in 1977 as a highly active synthetic pyrethroid insecticide, effective against a wide range of pests in agriculture, public health, and animal husbandry. ...