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TCEThe Canadian Encyclopedia
TCETrichloroethylene (CAS Number 79-01-6)
TCETax Counseling for the Elderly
TCETraité Constitutionnel Européen (French: European Constitutional Treaty)
TCETime Charter Equivalent (oil tankers' pricing units)
TCETangible Common Equity (Financial Ratio)
TCETexas Cooperative Extension
TCETotal Customer Experience
TCETransaction Cost Economics
TCETrue Combat Elite (gaming)
TCEThomson Consumer Electronics
TCEThermal Coefficient of Expansion
TCEThe Chemical Engineer (journal of the Institute of Chemical Engineers)
TCETous Corps d'Etat
TCETemporary Construction Easement
TCETemperature Coefficient of Expansion
TCETraditional Cultural Expression
TCETonne of Coal Equivalent
TCETechno-Classica Essen (German car show)
TCETreasury Communications Enterprise
TCEThermal Control Electronics
TCETraining Center Evaluator
TCETechnical Computing Environment
TCETelecommand Encoder
TCETrinity Church Eindhoven (Netherlands)
TCETray Carton Equivalent (18kg box of fresh fruit)
TCETerre Ciel Energies (French: Earth Sky Energy; France)
TCETranscoder Equipment
TCETraditional Church of England
TCETerminal Control Equipment
TCEThermal Conditioning Electronics
TCETransportation Command Element
TCETranslation Candidate Evaluation (part of Generate-And-Repair Machine Translation)
TCETwin City Elementary School (various locations)
TCETotal Cutaneous Examination
TCETest Cost Estimate
TCETactical Command and Control Element
TCETreasury Communications Environment
TCEToxic Carpet Emissions
TCEThe Common Enterprise (San Antonio, TX)
TCEThe California Endowment (Los Angeles, CA; est. 1996)
TCETesting Center of Excellence (software development)
TCETemperature Control Element (medical equipment)
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Biotransformation of tetrachloroethylene to trichloroethylene, dichloroethylene, vinyl chloride, and carbon dioxide under methanogenic conditions," Appl.
The chemicals released into the Attica groundwater included vinyl chloride ("VC"), trichloroethylene ("TCE") and tetrachloroethylene ("PCE").
The site contains groundwater and soil contaminated with tetrachloroethylene, or PERC, as well as trichloroethylene and other volatile organic compounds.
A recent review of mechanistic data indicates that dichloromethane may act directly at specific sites in the brain such as ligand and voltage-gated ion channels; these pharmacodynamic modulations are similar to other chlorinated solvents including trichloroethylene and tetrachloroethylene (Bale et al.
20, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Fluoride joins lead, arsenic, methylmercury, toluene, tetrachloroethylene, and other chemicals known to cause harm to brains, reports the Fluoride Action Network (FAN).
Three chemicals, benzene, tetrachloroethylene (PCE), and/or trichloroethylene (TCE) were found in at least one medium (indoor air, groundwater, crawl space air, or soil gas) at 95% of the sites.
Washington, July 12 ( ANI ): Prenatal and early childhood exposure to the chemical solvent tetrachloroethylene (PCE) found in drinking water may be associated with long-term visual impairments, particularly in the area of colour discrimination, according to a new study.
Using this screening technique, most metabolites of different organophosphates and pyrethrins can be measured as well as trichloroethylene, tetrachloroethylene, and vinyl chloride.
And within the next year, the agency will revise standards for the carcinogenic contaminants tetrachloroethylene and tri-chloroethylene, which are used in industrial processes and get into ground and surface water.
In August, the railroad's tests found solvent vapors - trichloroethylene or tetrachloroethylene - in, under or around 31 homes in the neighborhood.
The most commonly detected solvent was tetrachloroethylene, or PCE, a chemical once routinely used in dry cleaning and manufacturing; PCE was found in 83percent of wells tested.
Tests were conducted for VOCs including hexane, decane, toluene, tetrachloroethylene, 2-butanone, isobutanol, and D-limonene.