Any article of upholstered furniture sold for use in residences and containing additive organohalogen
flame retardants is a "hazardous substance" and a "banned hazardous substance";
This presents serious public health concerns, the petitioners continue, because all organohalogen
flame retardant chemicals--as a class--are toxic due to their physical, chemical and biological properties.
Dioxins, polychlorinated biphenyls, and other organohalogen
compounds in human milk.
Isomer-specific determination and toxic evaluation of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), polychlorinated/brominated dibenzo-pdioxins (PCDDs/PBDDs), dibenzofurans (PCDFs/PBDFs), polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) and extractable organohalogens
(EOX) in carp from the Buffalo River, New York.
Dioxin emission from two oil shale fired power plants in Estonia // Organohalogen
Preliminary Results on the Immune Status of Inuit Infants," Organohalogen
Compounds 13 (1993): 403-6; E.
RoHS legislation calls for suitable technology for the rapid monitoring of organohalogen
compounds in matrices such as coal, crude oil, naphtha, and liquefied petroleum gas.
alkali-metal salts and organohalogen
compounds, and a 20-MFR PC with a molecular weight of 25,000 were melt blended on a twin-screw extruder using a short residence time of [less than]30 sec and a melt temperature that did not exceed 300 [degrees] C.
may be reacted with a coupling agent such as an organohalogen
The dependence of organohalogen
compounds concentrations on herring age and size in the Bothnian Sea, Northern Baltic.
PBDEs belong to the family of organohalogen
chemicals that are ubiquitous around the world, persistent in the environment, and of continued concern in health issues.
Exposure and effects assessment of persistent organohalogen
contaminants in arctic wildlife and fish.