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DDDolby Digital (Dolby Laboratories Inc.)
DDDue Diligence
DDDouble Density (5 1/4" floppy disk format)
DDTwo-Digit Day (as in MM/DD/YYYY; e.g. 01/01/2000)
DDDoctor of Divinity
DDDelivered
DDDue Date
DDDirect Download
DDDemand Draft
DDDeparture Date
DDDaily Driver
DDDisk Drive
DDDresden (auto license plate)
DDDelivery Date
DDDouble-Double (double cream, double sugar in coffee)
DDData Dictionary
DDDigital Designs (SPL car audio brand)
DDDated
DDDirect Deposit
DDDirect Drive (vinyl record player drive system as opposed to belt drive)
DDDesign Development (construction or architecture)
DDDigital Data
DDDolby Digital
DDDirect Debit
DDDetroit Diesel
DDDepartment of Defense (forms only)
DDDundee (postcode, United Kingdom)
DDDrop Dead
DDDowntown Disney (Disney World)
DDDuran Duran (band)
DDDeputy Director
DDDareDevil (comic book superhero)
DDDesign Document
DDDesignated Driver
DDDonald Duck
DDDefense Department
DDDouble Dip
DDDestruction Derby (gaming)
DDDevelopmentally Disabled
DDDungeons & Dragons (fantasy game)
DDDual Diagnosis (clinical evaluation)
DDDéveloppement Durable (French: Sustainable Development; various locations)
DDDavid Duchovny
DDDunkin' Donuts
DDDouble Dragon (game)
DDDifferential Diagnosis
DDData Description
DDDigital Divide
DDData Definition
DDDevil Dog
DDDouble Diamond (English beer)
DDDear Daughter
DDDumbledore (Harry Potter character)
DDDouble Down (Blackjack)
DDDoordarshan (Indian TV network)
DDDigital Display
DDDecimal Degrees
DDDonnie Darko (movie)
DDDone Deal
DDDefinition Description
DDData Deficient (IUCN Red List of Threatened Species category)
DDDeadeye Dick (band)
DDData Display
DDDraw Down
DDData Directory
DDDrydock
DDDivision Director
DDDon't Die (gaming)
DDDigital Domain
DDDeep Dive (Kingdom Hearts game)
DDDegree of Difficulty (sports)
DDData Distribution
DDDrunk Driver
DDDresden Dolls (German band)
DDDouble Damage (gaming)
DDDamage Dealer (gaming)
DDDouble Diamond (band)
DDDarling Daughter
DDDanny DeVito (actor)
DDDe Dato (Latin: This Day)
DDDigital Device
DDDirect Damage (Everquest gaming term)
DDDouble Dare
DDDistrict Director
DDDemand Digital
DDDishonorable Discharge
DDDomestic Discipline
DDDig Dug (video game)
DDDuplex Drive
DDDamage Deposit
DDDragon Drive (anime)
DDDigestive Disease
DDDatabase Description
DDDays After Date
DDDomestic Disturbance
DDDimebag Darrell (guitar player)
DDDivine Divinity (game)
DDDirect Draw (computer graphics technology)
DDDaman & Diu (territory in India)
DDDelayed Delivery
DDDestructive Device (firearms)
DDDomain Directory
DDDead Duck
DDDebian Developer
DDDoctor Doom (comic)
ddConvert and Copy (Unix command)
DDDippin' Dots
DDDavid Desrosiers (Simple Plan)
DDDrunk and Disorderly
DDDual Density
DDDelusional Disorder (psychology)
DDDefect Density
DDDimensional Drawing
DDDarwin Day
DD1,3-Dichloropropene
DDDigital Disc
DDDecoder Driver
DDDefense Depot
DDDecision Documents
DDDarier Disease (aka Darier-White disease)
DDDepersonalization Disorder (psychology)
DDDecision Directed
DDDatadyne (gaming)
DDDisc Diameter (optical measurement)
DDDreaded Disease
DDDeuterium-Deuterium
DDDistilled Deionized (Water)
DDDutch Door (architectural drawings)
DDData Deliverable
DDDefects Detected (software engineering)
DDData Detect
DDDiastrophic Dysplasia
DDDamage At Delivery
DDDrift Diffusion
DDDominic Deegan (online webcomic)
DDDropping Daylight (band)
DDDouble Dang
DDDagobert Duck (German: Uncle Scrooge)
DDDual Damascene
DDDellamorte Dellamore (Italian: Cemetery Man; movie)
DDDouble Diffused
DDDeadly Dragon (game)
DDDelhi Doordarshan
DDDouble Domination (gaming)
DDDistal Muscular Dystrophy
DDDraco Dormiens (Draco Trilogy)
DDData Discrepancy
DDDangerous Drop
DDDefect Detector (railroad)
DDDetached Duty (ACG duties)
DDData Depository
DDDrugs & Disease
DDDirectional Driller (oilfield, drilling)
DDDeep Draught
DDDecimal Divide
DDDesignated Decoy
DDDexdrive (PC hardware used to transfer video game files)
DDDynamic Dictionary
DDData Systems Division (BF Goodrich)
DDDedicated Display
DDDono Dedit (Latin: gave this offering)
DDDischarged Dead
DDDelay Dial
DDDouble-Differencing
DDDienstdoend (Dutch: in charge)
DDDesignated Drunk
DDDisconnecting Device (bolted bus)
DDDepacketization Delay
DDDelightful Daughter
DDDirect Downlink
DDDamaged Dwelling (FEMA)
DDDouble Desktop
DDDecoy Discrimination
DDDirectives Documentation (NASA)
DDDifferential Doppler
DDDeo Dedit (Latin: Gave To God)
DDDionicko Drustvo (Croatian: limited partnership)
DDDifferential Detector
DDDangerous, Detected Failure
DDDelniska Druzba (Slovenian company)
DDDevelopment Directive
DDDarn Devil (Slingo game)
DDdestroyer (Navy ship) (US DoD)
DDDiamond DJs
DDDelightful Deliveries (Port Washington, NY)
DDDomestic Dialing
DDDevelopmental Disablity
DDDragon Drone
DDDelightful Danish
DDDoppler Displacement
DDDeferred Discrepancy
DDDigital Deliveries
DDDrum Demand
DDDeny & Deception
DDDigital Digging
DDDiluted bitumen/Diluent lines
DDDesk Dips (strength-building exercise)
DDDistortion at Decoder
DDDiabetic to Diabetic (endocrinology research)
DDDreamin' Demon (true crime website)
DDDrunk Dane
DDDeath Domain (protein interaction module)
DDDistraction Device
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Efficacy of 1,3-dichloropropene plus chloropicrin reduced rates under two different tarps against nematodes, pathogens and weeds.
The 1,3-dichloropropene (CAS 542-75-6) Market Research Report 2013 includes 1,3-dichloropropene description, covers its application areas and related patterns.
1: Emission flux of 1,3-dichloropropene (1,3-D) with different surface treatments in a 2007 Kearney Agricultural Center field trial, near Parlier.
With the other information available for the 188 NATA air toxics, the leading identified carcinogens, in generally descending order of magnitude of effect and certainty of linkage, are formaldehyde, benzene, carbon tetrachloride, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, naphthalene, 1,3-butadiene, arsenic compounds, chromium compounds, coke oven emissions, acetaldehyde, acrylonitrile, ethylene oxide, tetrachloroethylene, 1,4-dichlorobenzene, ethylbenzene, nickel compounds, 1,3-dichloropropene, and methylene chloride.
The Chemical Manufacturing Area Source Rule was promulgated on October 29, 2009, and applies to chemical manufacturing operations under NAICS code 325 and includes resin manufacturing operations that generate or produce the following HAPs of concern above the OSHA thresholds: 1,3-butadiene, 1,3-dichloropropene, acetaldehyde, chloroform, ethylene dichloride, hexachlorobenzene, methylene chloride, quinoline, hydrazine, and compounds of arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, manganese, and nickel.
Rounding out the top five statewide after metam-sodium were glyphosate at 9 percent of the total weight, copper naphthenate at 7 percent, the soil fumigant 1,3-dichloropropene at 5 percent and the insecticide aliphatic petroleum hydrocarbons at 4 percent.
Other plots, left fallow, were either fumigated with metam sodium and 1,3-dichloropropene or were not treated.
of monitors Air pollutant Cancer Chronic Cancer Chronic risk risk risk risk Nickel compounds X X Manganese compounds X Cadmium compounds X X 6 Titanium tetrachloride X 2,4-Dinitrotoluene X Methyl tert-butyl ether X 1 1,3-Dichloropropene X Chloroform X 16 Methylene chloride X (dichloromethane) p-Dichlorobenzene X Propylene oxide X Tetrachloroethylene X 16 (perchloroethylene) Trichloroethylene X 1,1,2-Trichloroethane X 16 Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate X Epichlorohydrin X (1-chloro-2,3-epoxypropane) Lead compounds X 1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane X 1,4-Dioxane X 2,4-Toluenediamine X Acrylamide X Benzidine X Dichloroethyl ether X Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether Polycyclic organic matter X Data source AQS 2004 (b) No.
Dow AgroSciences products containing the active ingredients 1,3-dichloropropene and sulfuryl fluoride have been widely adopted on a global scale to coincide with the scheduled phase-out of methyl bromide.
The team tested an alternative fumigant called 1,3-dichloropropene (1,3-D) which controls nematodes well in sandy soil but often doesn't spread evenly enough in clay.
Fumigants (37 entries, including chloropicrin, methyl bromide, 1,3-dichloropropene, metam-sodium, metam-potassium, and sulfuryl fluoride)
Among the best performing of the compounds that he and Trout have examined is InLine, a combination of about 60 percent 1,3-dichloropropene and up to 35 percent chloropicrin.