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  • ethylene thiourea | oehha

    Ethylene thiourea | OEHHA

    Occurence(s)/Use(s) Accelerator for vulcanizing polychloroprene (Neoprene) and in the manufacture of certain pesticides; component of tobacco smoke More information about Ethylene Thiourea

  • ethylene thiourea | oehha

    Ethylene Thiourea | OEHHA

    OEHHA’s role in protecting workers and the public from pesticides Water Risk assessment and hazard evaluation activities relating to chemical contaminants in drinking water

  • ethylene thiourea - us epa

    Ethylene Thiourea - US EPA

    Noncancer Chronic Reference Exposure Levels. Draft for Public Comment. Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, Berkeley, CA. 1997. 11.National Toxicology Program. Toxicology and Carcinogenesis Studies of Ethylene Thiourea (CAS No. 96-45-7) in F344 Rats and B6C3F 1 Mice (Feed Studies). NTP TR 388. U.S. Department of Health and Human

  • ethylene thiourea - proposition 65 warnings website

    Ethylene Thiourea - Proposition 65 Warnings Website

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  • ethylene thiourea

    Ethylene thiourea

    Ethylene thiourea (ETU) is an organosulfur compound with the formula C 3 H 6 N 2 S.It is an example of an N,N-disubstituted thiourea.It is a white solid. It is synthesized by treating ethylenediamine with carbon disulfide.

  • ethylene thiourea (etu) casrn 96-45-7 | dtxsid5020601 | iris

    Ethylene thiourea (ETU) CASRN 96-45-7 | DTXSID5020601 | IRIS

    Ethylene thiourea (ETU) CASRN 96-45-7 | DTXSID5020601. IRIS Summary (PDF) (10 pp, 105 K) Key IRIS Values; Other EPA Information; Noncancer Assessment. Reference Dose

  • a. p. kuriakose's research works | cochin university

    A. P. Kuriakose's research works | Cochin University

    A. P. Kuriakose's 27 research works with 244 citations and 1,022 reads, including: New Binary Systems Containing TMTD-Amidino Phenyl Thiourea and CBS-Amidinophenyl Thiourea for the Vulcanization

  • (pdf) degradation of ethylenethiourea pesticide metabolite

    (PDF) Degradation of ethylenethiourea pesticide metabolite

    Mancozeb is a worldwide fungicide used on a large scale in agriculture. The active component and its main metabolite, ethylene thiourea, has been related to health issues.

  • candidate chemicals – conkle, kremer & engel, plc

    Candidate Chemicals – Conkle, Kremer & Engel, PLC

    Listing of a specific chemical: Warnings must now specifically identify at least one listed ingredient chemical for each toxicological endpoint (cancer and reproductive toxicology) and include a link to OEHHA’s new website P65Warnings.ca.gov. Certain special categories of products, such as food and alcoholic beverages, have a specialized URL

  • carcinogens in the workroom air in the rubber industry

    Carcinogens in the workroom air in the rubber industry

    Ethylene thiourea 1977-1980 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (13, 15, 16) Ethylene thiourea 1982 Enwald (3) Benzo(a)pyrene (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) 1978 Otto & Schmidt (19) Benzo(a)pyrene 1976 Nutt (17) Benzo(a)pyrene (oil mist) 1982 Enwald (3) Styrene 1976 Fraser & Rappaport (6) ferent chemicals used in the

  • minnesota department of agriculture

    Minnesota Department of Agriculture

    Ethylene thiourea (ETU) was added. Imazamethabenz-methyl HHBP (1,750 ug/L) was added. Mancozeb was added. Maneb was added. 2-Methylnaphthalene 2013 RAA (8 ug/l) was added. Nonylphenol 2015 HBV was added. Picoxystrobin was added. Thiobencarb HHBP (70 ug/L) was added. Bentazon, Dimethenamid, Dimethenamid-P, and Triclosan HRL designation replaced HBV.

  • development of the proposed unregulated contaminant

    Development of the Proposed Unregulated Contaminant

    2‐Propen‐1‐ol (UCMR 4) Ethylene thiourea RDX (UCMR 2) 3‐Hydroxycarbofuran (531.1, 531.2, 540, 543) Formaldehyde (556, 556.1) sec‐Butylbenzene (502.2, 524.2