TBBPA

AcronymDefinition
TBBPATetrabromobisphenol A
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(23) On August 18, 2015, EPA released for public comment draft problem formulation and assessment scoping documents for the chlorinated phosphate ester, cyclic aliphatic bromide, and TBBPA clusters and a data needs assessment for the brominated phthalates cluster.
Caption: Figure 4: Preparation of MIP/Si[O.sub.2] composite for TBBPA (reproduced with permission from [28]).
In a series of three experiments, the researchers subcutaneously injected mice with TBBPA, triclosan, or both; the study used doses much larger than typical human exposures.
Mimo ze TBBPA jest stosowany na olbrzymia skale na calym swiecie, jego produkcja i zastosowanie nie podlegaja monitoringowi czy ograniczeniom.
IPC director of environmental policy Fern Abrams "strongly suggests" that the subcommittee begin to gather data on the use, difficulties in replacing and of TBBPA in materials used in electronics, Newton added.
Although early studies were focused on the use of triple quadrupole mass spectrometers, the high selectivity of ion-trap MS was applied for the determination of TBBPA in sediment and sewage sludge scanning the range from m/z 145-543 after LC separation [112].
Kannan, "Tetrabromobisphenol A (TBBPA) and hexabromocyclododecanes (HBCDs) in tissues of humans, dolphins, and sharks from the United States," Chemosphere, vol.
PESHAWAR -- Reacting to the news reports about the non-availability of textbooks, President Textbook Board Printers Association (TBBPA) Iqtidar Ali Akhunzada has clarified all books printed by TBB registered printers have reached respective schools for free distribution among millions of students for the new academic year.
The most common is tetrabromobisphenol-A or TBBPA which is a flame retardant produced at about 60,000 tons annually.
A new IPC advocacy campaign encourages its members in Germany and Sweden to contact their respective environmental agencies and government officials, urging they resist a Germany-recommended ban on tetrabromobisphenol(a) (TBBPA).
Tetrabromobisphenol A (TBBPA) is used to reduce the combustibility of electronic and other manufactured products.
Representing the European Brominated Flame Retardant Industry, she related that the BFR TBBPA is the most commonly used flame retardant in printed circuits and one that has undergone rigorous testing before the EU Commission deemed it safe and agreed that it should not be restricted.