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Fluorine and Fluorides - Environmental Health Criteria 36
The terms 'fluorine" and 'fluoride' are used interchangeably in the literature as generic terms. In this document, the terminology suggested by US NAS (1971) is followed: "This document, rather than following common usage, ...
Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) Fields - Environmental Health Criteria 35
This document comprises a review of data on the effects of ELF fields, predominantly ELF electric fields at 50 and 60 Hz, on biological systems pertinent to the evaluation of health risks for man. The purpose of the document ...
Heptachlor - Environmental Health Criteria 38
Heptachlor is a white crystalline solid with a mild camphor odour. It is used as an insecticide. Gas chromatography with electron capture detection is the method most commonly used for heptachlor determination. Heptachlor ...
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 ...
Principles for Evaluating Health Risks to Progeny Associated with Exposure to Chemicals during Pregnancy - Environmental Health Criteria 30
This document is intended to aid in the design and assessment of studies concerned with exploring the association between exposure to chemicals during pregnancy and defective development. This document includes a description ...
Mirex - Environmental Health Criteria 44
Mirex (C10C112) is a white crystalline odourless solid it is an extremely stable substance. Gas chromatography with electron capture detection is the analytical method most commonly used for its determination. Mirex is ...