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TCATelevision Critics Association
TCATennessee Code Annotated (Tennessee Statutory Law)
TCATransaction Cost Analysis
TCATurks and Caicos Islands (ISO Country code)
TCATrichloroacetic Acid (CAS Number 76-03-9)
TCATrain Collectors Association
TCATricarboxylic Acid
TCATrichloroethane
TCATelecommunications Association
TCATricyclic Antidepressant
TCATruckload Carriers Association
TCATilt-Up Concrete Association
TCATile Council of America (now Tile Council of North America)
TCATrinity Christian Academy
TCATransportation Corridor Agencies (toll road administration, Orange County, California)
TCAThe Classical Academy
TCATucson, Arizona (border patrol sector)
TCATemporary Cash Assistance
TCATrans Canada Airlines
TCATraffic Conditioning Agreement (Natural Microsystems)
TCATrading Community Architecture (Oracle)
TCAThreshold Crossing Alert (SONET)
TCAThe Commercial Appeal (newspaper, Memphis, TN)
TCATelecommunications Act of 1996
TCATerminal Control Area
TCATexas Counseling Association
TCATexas Culinary Academy (Austin, Texas)
TCATotal Cost of Acquisition
TCATransformational Communications Architecture (military space systems)
TCATime of Closest Approach
TCATransluminal Coronary Angioplasty
TCATelecommunications Computing Architecture (Initiative from PICMG to create standardized specs for next generation carrier)
TCATrouble du Comportement Alimentaire (French: Eating Disorder)
TCATrade and Cooperation Agreement (EU)
TCATrichlorethane
TCATasmanian Cricket Association
TCATarlac College of Agriculture (Camiling, Tarlac, Philippines)
TCATrainer/Cargo Aircraft (NATO)
TCATake Charge America, Inc
TCA2,4,6-Trichloroanisol
TCATechnical Cooperation Agreement (various organizations)
TCATexas Chess Association
TCATissue Culture Association
TCATraditional Cost Accounting
TCAThrust Chamber Assembly (main combustion chamber and the nozzle of a rocket engine)
TCATransport Canada Aviation
TCAThornton Creek Alliance (Seattle, WA)
TCATerms and Conditions Agreement
TCATerminal Controlled Airspace
TCATemple Christian Academy (various locations)
TCATexas Cotton Association (Dallas, TX)
TCATask Control Area (CICS)
TCATopology Change Acknowledgement (Cisco)
TCATesting and Certification Australia
TCATrailer Coach Association
TCATactical Control Assistant (US Army)
TCAThreshold Crossing Alarm
TCATransfer Cluster Allowed (ANSI)
TCA1-1-1-Tetrachloroethane
TCATax Credit Amount
TCAThomas C. Adams (British estate agents)
TCATexas Common Application
TCAThoroughbred Charities of America, Ltd
TCATrack and Clue Awareness
TCATraffic Control Airport
TCAThe Cats Ass (gaming clan)
TCATuscola County Advertiser (Michigan newspaper)
TCATraffic Control Area
TCATrack Continuity Area
TCAThermal Critical Assembly
TCATelephone Cleansing Australia
TCATower Controlled Airspace (FAA)
TCATelevision Consumer Audit
TCATank, Compressed Air
TCATertiary Colleges Association (UK)
TCATechnical Cooperation Agency
TCATeaching Company Associates
TCATitle Council of America (Princeton, NJ)
TCAThree Character Acronym
TCATransportation Control Agency
TCAThumb Cattlemen's Association (thumb area of Michigan)
TCATransit Case Assembly
TCATraditional COCOM Activities
TCATubing-Casing-Annulus
TCATherma Choice Ablation
TCATrack Circuit Assister (railway transportation)
TCATranscon Airlines
TCATrack Crossing Altitude
TCATransCon Airlines (fictional)
TCATarget Crossing Angle
TCATRADOC Contracting Agency
TCATurkish Contractor Association
TCATilted-Coil Antenna
TCATriumph Club d'Alsace (French: Triumph Club of Alsace; Alsace, France)
TCAThrottle Control Assembly (aviation engineering)
TCAThin Client Application (computer programming)
TCATaxes Consolidation Act (Ireland)
TCATwin County Airport (various locations)
TCATrial Court Administrator (various locations)
TCATimes of Central Asia (various locations)
TCAThe Compleat Angler (fishing book)
TCAThe Creative Alliance
TCATexas Commission on the Arts (Austin, TX)
TCATechnology Centres Australia (Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia)
TCATo Come Again (outpatient note)
TCAThe Catholic Answer (magazine)
TCATangible Capital Asset (finance)
TCAThomas Cook Airlines (UK)
TCAThe Catholic Association
TCATempe Center for the Arts (Arizona)
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1,1,1 trichloroethane is the least toxic of the chlorinated solvents.
The stoichiometry of the reduction of trichloroethane (TCE) to ethane, a typical decontamination reaction, would proceed as follows: C2HCl3 + 4Fe0 + 5H+ - C2H6 + 4Fe2++ 3Cl-
Trichloroethane is a nervous system depressant that has been proven to damage the liver and kidneys.
Because of the protocol, the EPA has placed very heavy restrictions on the production of 1,1,1- trichloroethane, which is one of the most commonly known and utilized chlorinated solvents.
Helping the public understand the significance of, say, worldwide emissions of trichloroethane into the air, ground and water takes some doing.
It's a good idea anyway, because some solvents used in adhesives, like 1, 1, 1 trichloroethane, will no longer be available after 1995.
The shoe sprays linked recently to illness had been reformulated to eliminate 1,1,1 trichloroethane (i.
3DMe's combination of wide-area dispersion and long-term electron donor supply makes it one of the most efficient and cost-effective in-situ remediation methods for the treatment of a long list of chlorinated contaminants, including widely used industrial degreasers such as perchloroethylene (PCE), trichloroethylene (TCE), dichloroethylene (DCE), vinyl chloride (VC), trichloroethane (TCA), chlorofluorocarbons, carbon tetrachloride, chloroform and methylene chloride, and many types of pesticides, explosives and dyes.
A profile of the Superfund site on the EPA's website said manganese has been found in groundwater in the site, and that a well which provided water to about 60 residents of a private mobile home park was found to be contaminated with elevated levels of trichloroethane (TCE), but a system was placed on the well to treat the contamination.
Significant releases of toxic chemicals included trichloroethane, acetone, methylene chloride, methyl ethyl ketone, styrene, toluene, benzene and 1,1,1 trichloroethane.
Trichloroethane had the greater ozone depletion potential and an atmospheric lifetime beyond 5 years it was phased out.
The product changes involved the propellant (from carbon dioxide to propane), the solvent (from 1-1-1 trichloroethane to isooctane), and an active ingredient (from 1% FC-905 to 1.