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Main Title Environmental Fate Data Base (ENVIROFATE): Environmental Fate Data (DATALOG), September 1989.
Author Boethling, R. ; Tirado, N. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances.
Publisher Sep 89
Year Published 1989
Report Number EPA/DF/MT-90/013;
Stock Number PB90-501289
Additional Subjects Data file ; Chemical elements ; Chemical compounds ; Physicochemical properties ; Degradation ; Food ; Monitoring ; Adsorption ; Evaporation ; Hydrolysis ; Ultraviolet spectroscopy ; Solubility ; Magnetic tapes ; Environmental fate ; Environmental impacts ; Environmental transport ; Biodegradation ; Ecosystems ; Chemical effluents ; ENVIROFATE data base
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NTIS  PB90-501289 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/15/1990
Collation mag tape
Abstract
DATALOG is a bibliographic pointer file of environmental fate data and each record contains a chemical CAS registry number (9 bytes), one of 18 data types (9 bytes), and a reference number (6 bytes) to the full citation in the XREF file. The data types identify physical properties, degradation and transport studies, and food, occupational and ambient monitoring data. The file should be used with CASLST (in order to link the full reference citation). A list of possible data types and their abbreviations are: Adsorption (ADSORP), Bioconcentration (BIOCON), Biodegradation (DIODEG), Dissociation Constant (DISS CON), Ecosystem (ECOS), Effluent concentrations (EFFL), Evaporation from water (EVAP), Food and crop concentrations (FOOD), Field studies (FIELD), Henry's Law constant (HENRY CON), Hydrolysis (HYDROL), Monitoring (MONIT), Occupational concentrations (OCCUP), Octanol/water partition coefficient (O/W PART), Photooxidation (PHOTOOXID), UV Spectra (UV), Vapor pressure (VP), and Water solubility (WATER SOL).