DPHP

AcronymDefinition
DPHPDual-Probe Heat-Pulse (water content)
DPHPDéveloppement des Ports Intérieurs de Haute Picardie (French: Development of Inland Ports of Haute Picardie)
DPHPDivision of Public Health Partnerships
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The women with higher concentrations of DPHP and ip-PPP were 10 percent less likely to achieve fertilization; experience 31 percent reduction in successful embryo implantation; 41 percent possible decrease in achieving pregnancy; and were 38 percent less likely to deliver a healthy newborn than those with lower concentrations, the study found.
All standards of phthalates plasticizers: diphenyl phthalate (DPhP), dimethylpthalate (DMP), diethylphthalate (DEP), dibutylphthalate (DBP), butylbenzylphathalate (BBP), and di-n-propyl phthalate (DnPP) standards, were of high purity (>98%), and they were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich (St.
The dual-probe heat pulse (DPHP) technique is a potentially useful method for providing non-destructive measurements of volumetric moisture content of both saturated and, unsaturated peat soils.
Extraction and analysis methods for bis(1-chloro-2-propyl) phosphate (BCIPP), bis(1,3-dichloro-2-propyl) phosphate (BDCIPP), diphenyl phosphate (DPHP), isopropylphenyl phenyl phosphate (ip-PPP), and tert-butylphenyl phenyl phosphate (tb-PPP) followed methods previously developed by H.M.
* Anti-Aging Program: Active ingredients to combat the signs of aging including SEPILIFTTM DPHP, TIMECODE[TM], SURVICODE[TM], VOLUFORM[TM]
Using alternatives to dioctyl phthalate, such as DINP, DIDP, and DPHP, is helping reduce concerns over PVC.
Another instrument that can monitor soil water content is the dual-probe heat-pulse (DPHP) sensor (Campbell et al.
The primary metabolite of TPHP (DPHP) was found in 91% of samples, and the primary metabolite of TDCIPP (BDCIPP) was found in 83% of samples.
* Anti-Aging Program: Active ingredients to combat the signs of aging including SEPILIFT[TM] DPHP, SEPITONIC[TM] M3, TIMECODE[TM], SURVICODE[TM]
New plastcizer compound, Palatinol DPHP (2-propyl heptanol ester), a C10 alcohol phthalate for flexible PVC.