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Organotin compounds in the aquatic environment
|Statement||J.A.J. Thompson ... [et al].|
|Contributions||Thompson, J. A. J., National Research Council Canada.|
|LC Classifications||TD196.O7 O742 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||284, vii p. :|
|Number of Pages||284|
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It will help to minimize the duplication of research and speed the introduction of legislation around the world to control organotin pollution. It is the more valuable because research on TBT has often been published in less accessible journals and symposium proceedings.
Distribution in the Environment. Biomethylation. Overview of Decay Rates of TBT and Other Organotins in Water and Sediments. Methods for the Analysis of Organotin Speciation in the Environment. General Toxicology of Organotin Compounds. ReferencesCited Organotin compounds in the aquatic environment book The commercial production of organotin compounds by using the Grignard reagent (nR MgCl) (Fig.
1, route 1) began in the USA at the Metal & Thermit Corporation’s plant in Rathway, New Jersey, in the late s (Bennett, ). The process gives high yields but the use of high amounts of solvents is Cited by: High amounts of the toxic tributyltin and some other organotin derivatives can be found not only in water and Organotin compounds in the aquatic environment book, but also various aquatic organisms and tissues of mammals and birds are contaminated by these compounds.
First investigations of human blood and livers show enhanced concentrations for some organotin by: is a platform for academics to share research papers.
Organotin compounds in the aquatic environment book of Organotin Compounds in the Aquatic Environment of Greece. Organotin pollution in the aquatic environment is of global concern; two triorganotin compound groups, the tributyltins and triphenyltins, are toxic to aquatic life (Fent ) and are used.
Occurrence of Organotin Compounds in the Aquatic Environment of Greece Article (PDF Available) in Water Air and Soil Pollution (1) April with 89 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Occurrence of Organotin Compounds in the Canadian Aquatic Environment Five Years after the Regulation of Antifouling Uses of Tributyltin Y.K.
Chau 1 National Water Research Institute, Environment Canada, Canada Centre for Inland Waters, Cited by: Due to the impact of organotin compounds in the environment, a necessity exists for a rapid, sensitive and accurate analytical method to determine the levels of the compounds in the different.
Organotin compounds in the aquatic environment: scientific criteria for assessing their effects on environmental quality Author: J A J Thompson ; National Research Council Canada.
The use of organotin (Ot) compounds as insecticides, fungicides, bactericides and antifouling agents has increased dramatically over the past 30 years.
As a result, the marine environment has been contaminated widely with Ots and non-target marine organisms have been damaged by leaching into water column from coatings applied to boat by: Get this from a library.
Organotin compounds in the aquatic environment book Organotin compounds in the aquatic environment: scientific criteria for assessing their effects on environmental quality.
[J A J Thompson; National Research Council of Canada.; National Research Council of Canada. Subcommittee on Water. Organotin Compounds.
Summary. The impact of organotin compounds in the environment is assessed, based on a critical survey of the published literature. After a brief introduction, the properties and characteristics of organotin compounds are outlined, with notes on methods of manufacture, patterns of use and chemical properties.
For more than 50 years, organotin compounds have been used in almost all sectors of industry. As a consequence, specific parts of the environment are affected by the emission of Organotin compounds in the aquatic environment book xenobiotics.
Organotin compounds are ubiquitous within the coastal marine environment, with the highest concentration found within benthic sediments in regions of high boating activity and industry (ng g-1. Organotin compounds (OTs), due to their toxicity, persistence, and wide utilization during the last 60 years, are chemicals of great environmental concern.
They have been used in the plastic industry, in agriculture, and also as antifouling ingredients in by: Environmental sources, fate and distribution of organotin compounds must be assessed quantitatively. This requires inventorying current and historic uses, measuring the compound in environmental compartments, estimating transformation rates and partitioning parameters, and using them to generate models of human and environmental exposure.
Organotin Environmental fate and effects. Editors (view affiliations) Michael A. Champ; Peter F. Seligman Gas Chromatographic Determination of Butyltin Compounds in Water Using Hydride Derivatization. Cheryl L. Matthias will help to minimize the duplication of research and speed the introduction of legislation around the world to.
Organotin compounds detected in the aquatic environment have range of log octanol/water partition coefficients (log K ow), with TBT having reported log K ow = –, depending on the associated anionic by: The book addresses the subject in a single, manageable size and each chapter can be used either as a single review or sequentially within the topic area.
A useful resource for all researchers and scientists in industry working with organometallic compounds. The presence of organotin (OT) compounds was investigated in coastal areas (10 stations), wastewater treatment systems (six stations), rivers (19 stations) and lakes (12 stations) throughout Greece, in three sampling campaigns organized between October and September A screening method for the determination of toluene extractable organotins (TEOTs) by Cited by: Organotin compounds, used as antifouling biocides sinceare chemical compounds that act as endocrine disrupters.
It is not known how organotin compounds cause hormone disturbance, however, and many questions remain about their effect on aquatic organisms.
Studies on organotin compounds have recently evolved, with many new findings reported. Organotin compounds or stannanes are chemical compounds based on tin with hydrocarbon substituents. Organotin chemistry is part of the wider field of organometallic chemistry.
The first organotin compound was diethyltin diiodide ((C 2 H 5) 2 SnI 2), discovered by Edward Frankland in Occurrence of Organotin Compounds in the Aquatic Environment of Greece. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, DOI: /s Kazumi Inagaki, Akiko Takatsu, Takuro Watanabe, Yoshie Aoyagi, Takashi Yarita, Kensaku Okamoto, Koichi by: Sediments contaminated with organotin compounds (OTs), in particular triorganotins (TOTs), are abundant in areas with high shipping activities.
To assess the possible remobilization of these highly toxic compounds from such sediments, a profound understanding of their sorption/desorption behavior is necessary.
In this work the extent and reversibility of sorption of OTs to sediments has been Cited by: The presence of organotin compounds as pollutants in the aquatic environment has initiated some toxicity studies in fish species.
In Poecilia reticulata (guppy), the thymus is among the organs most sensitive to TBTO (exposure to water levels above μg/liter during 1–3 month exposure studies) and DBTC (at levels of μg/liter or higher).
Chemical Snapshots –Organotin Compounds. Revision Retrieved Ma 2 European Commission Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risks (). Revised Assessment of the Risks to Health and the Environment Associated with the Use of the Four Organotin Compounds: TBT, DBT, DOT and Size: KB.
organotin compounds is very wide (as shown in Table ome organotin compounds may 1), s partition from water to aquatic organisms. In addition, the environmental degradationof organotin compounds with the dissociation of the carbon–tinbond, as described below, may change the environmental mobility of the compound.
In the natural environment, these compounds react rapidly with heat, light, water, oxygen, ozone, and the like. After entering the organism, the small intestine or skin is easily absorbed, especially the trisubstituted body is most easily absorbed and distributed in the liver, kidney and brain.
The contamination of the aquatic environment by antifouling compounds has been a topic of increasing importance during the last few years. The major classes of antifouling active biocides are discussed including the old-fashioned organotin compounds, the modern organic booster biocides and the promising naturally occurring antifoulant products.
To delineate the potential organotin pollution in Yangtze estuary and its adjacent marine environment, this work presented a systematic investigation of the total tin (1, ng/g in average) and five different major organotin species in sediments and aquatic organisms collected from 13 Cited by: 8.
Organotin compounds are harmful and toxic to the aquatic organisms at low concentration. Certain tin compounds e.g. DBT, TBT, may cause skin irritation and eye irritation. It is also suspected of disturbing the hormonal system. The toxicity of organotin compounds depends on which organic functional groups are bonded to the tin.
Commonly found in. The present book aims to provide a critical evaluation of LC-MS in environmental chemistry and it is structured in different areas. Apart from an introductory section with fundamental aspects, application areas using the most relevant interfacing systems (PB, TSP, ES) for the characterization of environmental compounds are included.
Alwyn G. Davies has updated the contents of his book to reflect the current state of research into organotin chemistry. He covers all aspects in detail, such as its synthesis, characterization, structures and applications, while also devoting space to such hot topics as environmental issues.
This Public Health Statement is the summary chapter from the Toxicological Profile for Tin. It is one in a series of Public Health Statements about hazardous substances and their health effects. A shorter version, the ToxFAQs TM, is also available.
This information is important because this substance may harm you. A Program to Improve the Quality of Analytical Results in the Environmental Monitoring of Organotin Compounds, Environ.
Technol. Letters 9  /8; C.  No. Abstract. The toxicity of selected tin compounds is reviewed. Over the years, a variety of uses has been found for organic and inorganic tin compounds, as fungicides, as stablizers in plastics, moluscicides, and miticides; they have also been suggested as insect chemosterilants and for other industrial by: Get this from a library.
Organotin: Environmental fate and effects. [Michael A Champ; P F Seligman] -- This book is a comprehensive, contributed work on organotin compounds, particularly tributyltin, and their environmental distribution and effects.
Important biological effects include direct. Wastewater treatment plants and landfills are another potential source of TBT to the marine environment, as organotin compounds are sometimes applied to consumer products.
Background (Extended) A large number of organometallic derivatives in commercial use are based on tin (Batt, ).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Pdf xxxviii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm: Contents: Foreword / A.R.D. Stebbing --Dedication / Geoffrey William Bryan An introduction to organotin compounds and their use in antifouling coatings / Michael A. Champ and Peter F. Seligman European policy and regulatory action for organotin-based antifouling paints.Organotin analysis.
ALS offers analysis of organotin compounds mainly by GC- ICP-SFMS (Gas Chromatography coupled with ICP-SFMS). The testing for organotin compounds is accredited for water, soil, sediment, sludge and biota but can also be offered for.
Organotin compounds (OTCs) are typical persistent ebook pollutants and endocrine disruptors. Ebook s, butyltins and phenyltins have been widely used as antifouling agents, pesticides, plastic stabilizers and wood preservatives, accounting for their ubiquitous occurrence in water environments [1, 2].Exposure to OTCs could cause many harmful effects on marine organisms, and Cited by: 2.