||Investigation of selected potential environmental contaminants : benzotriazoles : final report /
Davis, Leslie N. ;
Santodonato, Joseph ;
Howard, Philip H. ;
||Syracuse Research Corp., N.Y. Center for Chemical Hazard Assessment.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Toxic Substances.
|| Environmental Protection Agency,
||68-01-3416; EPA 560/2-77-001; TR-76-585; EPA-68-01-3416
Benzotriazole--Environmental aspects. ;
Environmental impacts ;
Chemical analysis ;
In vitro analysis ;
Chemical structure ;
Physical properties ;
Chemical reactions ;
Corrosion inhibitors ;
Photographic materials ;
Accident prevention ;
Materials handling ;
Public health ;
Malignant neoplasms ;
Laboratory animals ;
Thermal stability ;
Nitrogen heterocyclic compounds ;
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||xi, 182 pages : illustrations, charts ; 28 cm
Benzotriazoles are produced in approximately 5-6 million pounds per year in the United States. The majority are used in anticorrosion applications. Approximately 20-30% are used as UV stabilizers, many of which are 2-substituted benzotriazoles. Small amounts are used for photographic applications. Information on production, use, transport and handling, environmental fate, and toxicity are reviewed. The document contains: Physical and chemical data--Structure and properties, and chemistry); Environmental exposure factors--(Production, consumption, uses, environmental contamination potential, current handling practice and control technology, and monitoring and analysis); Health and environmental effects--(Environmental effects and biological effects); Regulations and standards--(Current regulation and concensus and similar standards).
"EPA 560/2-77-001." "Contract No. 68-01-3416." "February 1977." "Project Officer - Frank J. Letkiewicz." "United States Environmental Protection Agency."