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chlo·ri·nate

 (klôr′ə-nāt′)
tr.v. chlo·ri·nat·ed, chlo·ri·nat·ing, chlo·ri·nates
To treat or combine with chlorine or a chlorine compound.

chlo′ri·na′tion n.
chlo′ri·na′tor n.

chlorinated

(ˈklɔːrɪˌneɪtɪd)
adj
treated with chlorine
Translations

chlorinated

[ˈklɔrɪneɪtɪd] ADJ chlorinated wateragua f clorinada

chlorinated

[ˈklɔːrɪneɪtɪd] adj [water, pool] → chloré(e)

chlorinated

adj clorado
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Non-genomic effects of endocrine disrupters: inhibition of estrogen sulfotransferase by phenols and chlorinated phenols.
some phenols may be formed as a result of natural processes like the formation of phenol and p-cresol during decomposition of organic matter or synthesis of chlorinated phenols by fungi and plants [9].
Moreover, treatment of phenolic wastewater using physicochemical techniques may result in production of toxic byproducts such as poisonous poly chlorinated phenols.
Eight metabolites detected in > 50% of samples may be related to home or agricultural pesticide use in the Salinas Valley, household products, and other sources of chlorinated phenols.
Phenol and substituted phenols such as cresol and chlorinated phenols are byproducts in number of industrial processes such as petroleum refining petrochemical operations, coal cooking, coal gasification and liquefaction and steel productions [11].
There were instances when chlorinated phenols were dumped into the river.
Chlorinated phenols in toilet bowl cleaners--harmful to respiratory and circulatory systems
It linked to news about zinc oxide's potential to detect and help eliminate water pollutants such as chlorinated phenols.
In addition, information on the treatment of chlorinated phenols with Fenton's reagent will be presented as a model for the environmental degradation of the compounds.
Wood contains naturally occurring phenols which, during the chlorine bleach treatment, are converted to chlorinated phenols, which in turn react with microbes to yield the smelly anisole, or "cork taint.
The mechanism by which 2,4-DCP causes death is uncertain, but this and other chlorinated phenols are known to uncouple oxidative phosphorylation [6].