carbon disulphide


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carbon disulphide

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(Elements & Compounds) a colourless slightly soluble volatile flammable poisonous liquid commonly having a disagreeable odour due to the presence of impurities: used as an organic solvent and in the manufacture of rayon and carbon tetrachloride. Formula: CS2. Also called (not in technical usage): carbon bisulphide
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The capacity of rayon tyre cord is augmented from 23 TPD to 36 TPD, dipped fabric from 20 TPD to 35 TPD, carbon disulphide from 15 TPD to 20 TPD, sodium sulphate (by product) from 27 TPD to 40 TPD, sodium sulphide (15% solution) (by product) from 2 TPD to 2.
In total, 17 residents have been told they may have to vacate their homes - 12 of them homeowners - to enable the removal of carbon disulphide to go ahead.
Mortality of Dutch workers exposed to carbon disulphide.
CARBON DISULPHIDE MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS OF CARBON DISULPHIDE (INCLUDING CONTACT DETAILS)
device sulfoxy serves to oxidize resulting emissions of carbon disulphide and hydrogen sulphide from the production of high strength viscose fibers for textile and industrial applications.
The reduction in carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxide is being offset by the production of hydrogen sulphide and carbon disulphide.
Two hundred people living in the Whitmore Reans area of Wolverhampton have had their gardens tested for traces of the hazardous chemical carbon disulphide and 20 have been told their houses may need to be knocked down to clean up the land.
Chemical company Akzo Nobel had begun investigations in the road after discovering carbon disulphide on the former Courtaulds car park, which adjoins the site.