Provides two phenolic antioxidants: a crystal form of DBPC (di-tert-butyl-para-cresol) used to prevent oxidation in plastics; and BHT
for use as an additive approved for food contact.
The other two key BHT
producers also addressing its deficiencies.
At higher bio-diesel component levels, basic or traditional fuel additives such as BHT
become less and less effective in addressing oxidation stability and deposit control and therefore are unable to keep the bio-diesel fuel blend within fuel specifications.
While there's still some debate over whether the popular antioxidant BHT
is carcinogenic, it has become quite clear that polyolefin producers and users are not standing idle awaiting the FDA's verdict.
3a shows that the efficacy of BHT
as a radical trap is highest at 140[degrees]C, both in terms of delaying crosslinking and affecting the final storage modulus.
(Butylated Hydroxytoluene): this common additive used to prevent oxidation in a wide variety of foods and cosmetics is listed by the National Toxicology Program (NTP) in 2005 as "reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen" on the basis of experimental findings in animals.
Geothermal gradients calculated from BHT
data were interpolated using the Kriging method to assess temperature distribution in the subsurface.
This synergistic primary/secondary antioxidant activity gives processors a viable alternative to using such traditional, synthetic antioxidants as EDTA, BHA and BHT
Beneficial effects of BHT
(Bamba and Cran, 1992; Pankaj, 2006), PTX (Pankaj, 2006) and Vit E addition (Aguero et al.
Tum hastalarin evreleri TNM 2002 sistemine, tumor dereceleri Fuhrman dereceleme sistemine ve histolojik tip siniflandirmalari Dunya Saglik Orgutu'nun (DSO) 2004 BHT
siniflandirmasina gore guncellestirildi.
The same procedure was repeated with the positive control BHT
and TOC, and a blank.
includes the Army Institute of Surgical Research (ISR), the Naval Medical Research Unit, San Antonio, and the US Air Force Dental Evaluation and Consultation Service.