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acroAustralian Creative Resources Online
acroAssociation of Clinical Research Organizations
acroAmerican College of Radiation Oncology
acroacrolein
acroAircraft Crashes Record Office (Geneva, Switzerland)
acroACPO Criminal Records Office (UK)
acroAustralian Community Safety & Research Organisation
acroacronycine
acroAmerican Crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos)
acroAssociation of Contract Research Organizations
acroAssociation Canadienne de Radio-Oncologie (French: Canadian Association of Radiation Oncology)
acroACE Capital Re Overseas Ltd.
acroAutomatic Color and Resolution Optimization (TechSoft-USA)
acroAsian Ceramic Research Organization
acroAlberta Cave Rescue Organisation
acroAutonomous Cleaning Robot
acroAcademic Clinical Research Organization
acroAustralian Clinical Research Organisation
acroAfrican Clinical Research Organisation (South Africa)
acroAcademic Contract Research Organization (Washington, DC)
acroAssociation for the Control of Radioactivity
acroAstrophysics and Cosmic Ray Observatory
acroAdvisory Committee on Repair and Overhaul (Canadian Forces)
acroAlberta Cave Rescue Organization (Canada)
acroAgency for Consultation and Research in Oceanography (France)
acroAutonomous Cleaning Robot with task-level programming
acroAssistant Chief Returning Officer
acroAssociation of Counties and Regions of Ontario (Canada)
acroAssociation of Commons Registration Officers (UK)
acroAlumni and Community Relations Office
acroAssistant Chief Regulatory Officer
acroArea Crime Reduction Officer
acroAteneo Corporate Resource Office
acroAlabama Court Referral Officer
acroAransas County Republican Organization (Texas)
acroAnglesey County Record Office (UK)
acroAssistant Chief Range Officer
acroActing Chief Recreation Officer
acroAir Conditioning, Refrigeration Organization (Western Technical College)
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Acetaldehyde, acrolein, formaldehyde and ethyl carbamate are genotoxic compounds and margin of exposure (MOE) must be used in risk characterization considering the benchmark dose lower confidence limit (BMDL10) as toxicological parameter in the in the calculation:
In contrast to the FTIR, which only measures formaldehyde, acetaldehyde and acrolein (Figure 5), this method includes more oxygenated compounds and shows that about 20% of the total aldehydes are other compounds.
"Dimercaprol may be an effective acrolein scavenger and a viable candidate for acrolein detoxification," says Riyi Shi, a professor of neuroscience and biomedical engineering in Purdue University's Department of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine and Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering in West Lafayette, Ind.
(106) The study was based on the background that acrolein is a key by-product of lipid peroxidation, and an important marker of oxidative stress through adduction of cellular nucleophilic groups.
It forms toxic acrolein by evaporation at high temperature.
In previous study the commercial APCI source of Xevo[TM] TQ MS (Waters) was modified to introduce sample directly into the ionization region, and acrolein and crotonaldehyde were investigated by the APCI-MS/MS.
* Acrolein (listed as a Hazardous Air Pollutant by the U.S.
The acrylonitrile effluent has a very complex composition, consisting not only of acrylonitrile, acetonitrile and hydrocyanic acid, but also of acrylamide, acrylic acid, and acrolein [4].
According to Firemask company co-founder Bruce Allali, there are about 400 different gases generated in household fi res, including carbon monoxide, acrolein, and hydrochloric acid vapour, among others.
Heating ALA or oils high in ALA has been shown to produce a number of potential or probable carcinogens, including 1,3-butadiene, benzene, and acrolein.
Counter to the standard practice of allowing scale to form and relying on a chelating option or dissolver for removal, the new Scaletreat FeS prevents scale formation in the first place, and the resultant damage, at considerably lower dosages than existing chemistries, such as THPS (tetrakis hydroxymethyl phosphonium sulphate) and Acrolein, said the company in a press release.