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PCB:

see polychlorinated biphenylpolychlorinated biphenyl
or PCB,
any of a group of organic compounds originally widely used in industrial processes but later found to be dangerous environmental pollutants. Polychlorinated biphenyl is a fat-soluble, water-insoluble hydrocarbon containing chlorine.
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PCB

(organic chemistry)

PCB

(hardware)
Power Circuit Breaker.

PCB

(hardware)
Power Control Box.

PCB

(hardware)

PCB

(4)
Process Control Block.

PCB

(5)
Product Configuration Baseline.

PCB

(6)
Program Control Block.

PCB

(networking)
Protocol Control Block.

(TCP).
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The new study appears to be the first to link PCB exposure to an immunological outcome of clinical importance, says developmental psychologist Joseph Jacobson of Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit.
An aliquot of transformer oil from the drum of the Exxon Univolt 60 transformer oil was examined for traces of PCBs as would be evident by capillary gas chromatography with electron capture detection (GC-ECD).
As there are no federal regulations for the disposal of PCBs, only safe storage regulations, much of TCI's work has come from companies who have voluntarily disposed of their PCB material.
3] decreased with increasing levels of three PCB congeners, the pesticide p,p'-DDE (a persistent metabolite of DDT), the fungicide hexachlorobenzene, and inorganic mercury.
OrCAD PCB Designer also includes the SPECCTRA autorouter and OrCAD Capture for design entry.
The IRS felt that taking this position would be contrary to the intent of Congress when it defined PCB under Sec.
The agency said in its final regulation that PCB imports "will not present an unreasonable risk of injury to health or the environment.
Another method, "retrofilling," involves draining and rinsing the transformer until it contains less than 50 PCB parts per million.
The EPA set an October 1, 1990 deadline for PCB transformers within 30 meters of commercial or public access buildings to be retrofilled, replaced or provided with enhanced electrical protection.
According to statistics from the China Printed Circuit Association, a total of 150 million square meters of PCB were produced in China in 2007, making up nearly 30% of the world's total, and the production value of China made PCB hit USD 15.
HDI was still a main engine of growth in rigid PCB field in 2014, and is expected to maintain the momentum in 2015.
Now, in an in vitro study using human brain stem cells, a team of German and Californian researchers shows how a specific PCB congener, PCB-118, can interrupt normal TH function and cause the premature differentiation of one type of brain cell [EHP 113:871-876].