DIDP


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DIDP

(organic chemistry)
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Currently, DIDP and DINP are increasingly used as substitutes to DEHP and are the most commonly used plasticizers in Western Europe (INERIS 2012).
In the earlier study, published in May in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, the same NYU investigators found an association between DINP and DIDP concentrations and increased insulin resistance, a precursor to diabetes.
In addition to the interesting low-shear behavior observed with the DOS/ESO mixture (which was close to that obtained with DOP, DOS, and TOTM), its performance coincided with that of DIDP at high-shear rates, providing an overall enhancement in shear-thinning behavior which would be expected to be manifest as enhanced melt processability.
Abbreviations EDCs -endocrine disrupting chemicals DEHP -di (2-ethylhexyl) phthalates MEHP -mono(ethyl-hexyl) phthalate BBzP -butyl benzyl phthalate DBP -di-n-butyl phthalate DINP -di-isononyl phthalate DIDP -di-isodecyl phthalate DMP -di-methyl phthalate DnOP -di-n-octyl phthalate MEP -mono-ethyl phthalate MBP -mono-butyl phthalate MMP -mono-methyl phthalate
The European Union has ordered the removal of the phthalates DEHP, DBP and BBP from children's products and banned DINP, DIDP and DNOP from anything that children might mouth.
The key amendment passed by the European Parliament extends the EU-wide ban on three phthalates - DINDP, DIDP and DNOP - to all toys and childcare articles.
Three other variants, DINP, DIDP and DNOP, will be banned in toys and other child care items that can be placed in the mouth.
The three other phthalates (DINP, DIDP and DNOP) will only be prohibited in toys and childcare articles for children under three and which are intended to be sucked on or chewed.
The ban is directed specifically at toys intended to be placed in the mouths of children under three, manufactured in soft PVC, and containing one or more of the substances DINP, DEHP, DBP, DIDP, DNOP and BBP.
Evaluation of New Scientific Evidence Concerning DINP and DIDP in Relation to Entry 52 of Annex XVII to REACH Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006.
The use of phthalate esters, diisononyl phthalate, DIDP, and DOP in toys and childcare products is now strongly restricted.
phthalates [BBP, DBP, DEHP, DIDP, DnHP and DINP]) and flame retardants (e.