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Chemical-specific parameters for toxicity characteristic contaminants
1991 by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Research Laboratory in Athens, GA .
Written in English
|Other titles||Chemical specific parameters for toxicity characteristic contaminants.|
|Statement||J. Jackson Ellington ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Ellington, J. Jackson., Environmental Research Laboratory (Athens, Ga.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. ;|
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EPA Chemical-specific parameters for toxicity characteristic contaminants book Summary Chemical-Specific Parameters for Toxicity Characteristic Contaminants J. Jackson Ellington, Chad T.
Jafvert, Heinz P. Kollig, Eric J. Weber, and N. Lee Wolfe Acid, base, and neutral hydrolysis rate constants and partition coefficients are given for 44 toxicity characteristic contaminants. Get this from a library. Chemical-specific parameters for toxicity characteristic contaminants.
[J Jackson Ellington; Environmental Research Laboratory (Athens, Ga.);]. Acid, base, and neutral hydrolysis rate constants and partition coefficients are given for 44 toxicity characteristic contaminants.
Both calculated and laboratory-determined octanol/water partition coefficient (Kow) and organic-carbon-normalized partition coefficient (Koc) values are included.
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KeywordsFile Size: KB. Toxicity Characteristics List Maximum Concentration of Contaminants for the Toxicity Characteristic Dangerous Waste Number Contaminant CAS # DW (mg/L) D Arsenic () 5 D Barium () D Benzene () D Cadmium () 1 D Carbon tetrachloride () D Chlordane () Arsenic is a group V element, together with nitrogen, phosphorus, antimony and bismuth.
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values for dispersion factors, for toxicity, and for other chemical-specific parameters presented in Appendix C.
The exhibit also presents new SSLs for concurrent exposures via soil ingestion and dermal absorption that are based, in part, on a new quantitative approach for evaluating dermal Size: KB. Chemical-specific Parameters FA depends strongly on the chemical's lipophilic characteristic and molecular weight as expressed in the B parameter and the lag time.
gastrointestinal tract (unitless) Note: if the GIABS is >50% then it is set to % for the calculation of dermal toxicity values.
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It is most frequently used by reference to a set of standards against which compliance, generally achieved through treatment of the water, can. Maximum Concentration of Contaminants for Toxicity Characteristic (D-list) Appendix A.
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the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP). Given Congressional concerns, EPA's primary focus in developing the TCLP was to satisfy two objectives: 1) to create a test that would generate replicable results for organics, and 2) to create a test that would yield the same results for inorganics as the original EP Size: KB.
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TABLE 1—MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION OF CONTAMINANTS FOR THE TOXICITY CHARACTERISTIC 2 Contaminant CAS No. Regulatory Level (mg/L) D Arsenic –38–2 D Barium –39–3 D Benzene 71–43–2 D Cadmium –43–9 D Carbon tetrachloride 56–23–5 File Size: 57KB.
contaminants, as in the approximately year lag between widespread applica-tion and restriction of the use of DDT and other organochlorines. There are many contaminants, both known and unknown, present at any time and place that standard toxicity tests cannot possibly be used to attribute effects (Emlen and Springman ; Hartung ).
When to Conduct pdf In-depth Analysis. During the screening analysis (), after careful consideration of site-specific exposure conditions, you eliminated those substances and pathways not expected to result in adverse health then determined whether exposure to measured or modeled levels of contaminants required further evaluation.effects.
Contaminants causing long-term health effects are mostly chemical contaminants and include, among others, byproducts of solvents used by commercial and industrial facilities, pesticides, disinfection, and lead and other metal. For example, some disinfection byproducts are toxic and some are probably Size: 1MB.Toxicity of degradation and transformation products may exceed that of the ebook contaminants.
High risks occur at sites where geological characteristics such as fracture bed rock or Karst landscapes may prevent assessment of stable plume control for contaminants leached from soil.