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Formulations based on CrVI are still used for architectural applications while Crlll systems have been developed for food contact products.
This new rule will impose substantially higher costs on the businesses that work with CrVI.
Reactions between CrVI and wood and its model compounds.
Bacterial strains KI (Pseudomonas putida) and SL14 (Serratiaproteamaculans) have great potential to reduce simultaneously 93% CrVI and 100% decolorization of reactive black-5 azo dye in 24 h at pH 7.2 and 35 [degrees]C in a batch culture.
According to a summary report prepared for the association by Keller and Heckman LLP, OSHA identified plastic colorant producers and users as one of the major industries and processes in which CrVI is used.
Why functional CrIII fails and CrVI is environmentally friendly
Treatments based on strong oxidizing agents such as sodium hypochlorite and sodium percarbonate resulted in higher-than-normal chromium losses by oxidizing the trivalent chromium in the wood to the soluble hexavalent state (CrVI).
CrVI was selected for the case study because NTP's work was completed more than 5 years ago, which is presumably sufficient time to identify its use by stakeholders and evaluate impacts.
Kellogg Foundation 2004), we defined activities, outputs (products), and outcomes (proximal, intermediate, distal) (Figure 1) for a case study evaluating NTP's research program on hexavalent chromium (CrVI).
The logic model accounts first for the main activities in NTP's research, including the nomination of CrVI to NTP for study, the conduct of studies, and the peer review of NTP study results.
Information about the nomination of CrVI to NTP for study was obtained from the NTP Electronic Library and nomination summary pages (NTP 2014a, 2014b, 2014c), along with the dates for when NTP studies began.
After administration of CrVI to the pregnant mice 6-12 days of gestation results were examined as there is incomplete or totally absent ossification in vertebral and facial as well as pelvic regions.