3 edition of Vinylidene chloride health and safety guide found in the catalog.
Vinylidene chloride health and safety guide
International Program on Chemical Safety.
|Series||Health and safety guide -- no. 36.|
|Contributions||World Health Organization., International Labour Organisation., United Nations Environment Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Vinylidene chloride health and safety guide. [International Program on Chemical Safety.; World Health Organization.; Book, Internet Resource: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "This is a companion volume to Environmental health criteria Vinylidene chloride.".
Vinylidene chloride is used as an intermediate in chemical synthesis and to produce polyvinylidene chloride copolymers. The primary acute (short-term) effects in humans from vinylidene chloride exposure are on the central nervous system (CNS), including CNS depression and symptoms of inebriation, convulsions, spasms, and unconsciousness at high concentrations.
1,1-Dichloroethene, commonly called 1,1-dichloroethylene or vinylidene chloride or 1,1-DCE, is an organochloride with the molecular formula C 2 H 2 Cl is a colorless liquid with a sharp odor. Like most chlorocarbons, it is poorly soluble in water, but soluble in organic solvents. 1,1-DCE was the precursor to the original cling-wrap, Saran, for food, but this application has been Chemical formula: C₂H₂Cl₂.
Measured steady state levels of vinylidene fluoride in blood of mice increased with increasing exposure concn. For both and ppm vinylidene fluoride exposures, the experimentally determined data fell within the 95% confidence interval predicted by the physiological model.
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1,1-Difluoroethylene, also known as vinylidene fluoride, is a is a flammable gas. Global production in was approximat metric tons. It is primarily used in the production of fluoropolymers such as polyvinylidene fluoride.
Preparation. 1,1-Difluoroethylene can be prepared by elimination reaction from a 1,1,1-trihaloethane compound, for example, Abbreviations: VDF.
Jones BK, Hathway DE (a). Differences in metabolism of vinylidene chloride between mice and rats. Br J Cancer Jones BK, Hathway DE (b). The biological fate of vinylidene chloride in rats.
Chem Biol Interact Jones BK, Hathway DE (c). Tissue-mediated mutagenicity of vinylidene chloride in Salmonella typhimurium File Size: KB. Date all peroxide forming materials with the date received, and the expected shelf life. Chemicals such as diisopropyl ether, divinyl acetylene, sodium amide, and vinylidene chloride should be discarded after three months Store all peroxide-forming materials away from heat, sunlight, and sources of ignition.
Vinyl chloride monomer (VCM) is a colorless, gaseous, sweet-smelling organochloride primarily used in the production of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) with additional historical usage before the s as an aerosol propellant and refrigerant.  VCM is now classified as an International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Group 1 carcinogen. PVC resins are used widely in Author: Matthew S.
Fralish, John W. Downs. The OSHA permissible exposure limits (PELs), as found in Tables Z-1, Z-2, and Z-3 of the OSHA General Industry Air Contaminants Standard (29 CFR ), that were effective on July 1, * and which are currently enforced by OSHA are listed on the page for each chemical in the Pocket Guide.
*In Julythe 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Although vinyl chloride and CDD/CDF are organic HAP, we established separate limits for these pollutants. Vinyl chloride is the primary ingredient in PVC production and is present at all emission points.
Vinyl chloride, which is also an urban HAP, is already regulated at PVC facilities under the part 61 NESHAP. Vinylidene Chloride List B: Chemicals that form explosive levels of peroxides on concentration. They typically accumulate hazardous levels of peroxides only when evaporated, distilled or otherwise treated to concentrate the peroxides (e.g.
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Toxics A to Z features and alphabetical listing of over toxics, identifyingWhat they areHow they are measuredWhere they are foundThe symptoms of exposureWhat their known risks areHow we can lessen or avoid those risksAn easy-to-use Cross-Reference Guide to help readers identify toxics in 18 major groups, including indoor and outdoor air pollutants.
(this book) is a bit of a rare beast in that it is actually an easy-to-read reference book written in a narrative form.” (Health & Safety at Work, July )"A good medical, university or special library serving safety professionals or students of these fields will want to have all of these reference works available for their patrons, and that includes the Proctor and Hughes."Price: $ John Harte is professor and chair of the Energy and Resources Group at the University of California, Berkeley, where Richard Schneider and Christine Shirley completed their degrees.
Harte is the author of many scientific papers and books, including The Green Fuse (California, ).Cheryl Holdren holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University. A population Author: John Harte. In matters regarding workplace safety, refer to current OSHA regulations (29CFR) and NIOSH guidelines or your own country's health and safety regulations.
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chloride and vinylidene chloride in rats and mice: Tumor incidence and mortality subsequent to exposure. J Toxicol Environ Health +*Humiston CG, Quast JF, Wade CE, et al.
Results of a two-year toxicity and oncogenicity study with vinylidene chloride incorporated in the drinking water of rats. Dow Chemical Company. Chem.Toxics A to Z features and alphabetical listing of over toxics, identifyingWhat they areHow they are measuredWhere they are foundThe symptoms of exposureWhat their known risks areHow we can lessen or avoid those risksAn easy-to-use Cross-Reference Guide to help readers identify toxics in 18 major groups, including indoor and outdoor air pollutants, household items.
(this book) is a bit of a rare beast in that it is actually an easy-to-read reference book written in a narrative form.” (Health & Safety at Work, July ) "A good medical, university or special library serving safety professionals or students of these fields will want to have all of these reference works available for their patrons, and that includes the Proctor and Hughes.".