organotin


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organotin

(ˌɔːɡænəʊˈtɪn)
adj
(Elements & Compounds) of, concerned with, or being an organic compound with one or more tin atoms in its molecules: used as a pesticide, hitherto considered to decompose safely, now found to be toxic in the food chain
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Toxicity of organotin compounds: shared and unshared biochemical targets and mechanisms in animal cells.
Organotin compounds such dibutyltin dilaurate are widely used as catalysts.
Contract notice: Procurement of studies of the biological effects of organotin compounds.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-12 Heat Stabilizers: Definition II-12 Heat Stabilizers - Key Component in PVC Manufacturing II-12 Types of Heat Stabilizers II-12 Commonly Used Stabilizers II-12 Lead Stabilizers II-12 Organotin Stabilizers II-13 Organotin Carboxylates II-13 Organotin Mercaptides and Organotin Sulfides II-14 Calcium/Zinc Stabilizers II-14 Barium/Zinc and Other Related Compounds II-15 Cadmium II-15 Other Stabilizers II-15 Alkyltin Stabilizers II-15 Alkyl Phosphites Stabilizers II-16 E-Diketones Stabilizers II-16 Epoxidized Fatty Acid Esters Stabilizers II-16 Choice of Heat Stabilizers II-16 Mechanism of PVC Degradation II-17
Galata has a comprehensive line of organotin heat stabilizers, mixed-metal heat stabilizers, epoxidized soybean oil, biobased plasticizers, organotin catalysts, and polymer modifiers for rigid and flexible PVC (galatachemicals.
Allnex, meanwhile, is closely monitoring the status of existing and emerging "chemicals of concern" legislation, including those related to migration, as well as potential regulations on specific chemicals such as tin, organotin compounds, and bisphenol A (BPA).
Other additives, such as organotin, calcium stearate and polyethylene wax were all industrial grade and utilized as stabilizer, metal and PVC surface lubricant and slip lubricant, respectively.
The topics include screening and confirmatory methods for detecting dioxins and polychlorinated biphenyls in foods, uptakes of organic pollutants and potentially toxic elements by crops, assessing the risk of chemical contaminants and residues in foods, brominated flame retardants in foods, phthlates in foods, and organotin compounds in foods.
Organotins may also leach into liquids that come into contact with organotin-containing plastic pipes, containers and packaging materials.
The organotin compound trimethyltin (TMT) is increasingly exploited as a model neurotoxicant in order to study the effects of chemical exposure on behavior and hippocampal function.
A BEUC statement said: "Host country Poland's shirt should be banned outright from shops as it contains an organotin compound, used to prevent sweat odour, in higher doses than the legal limit.
Silpuran 4200 is formulated with a new catalyst that does not use organotin compounds, making it particularly safe to use from a health standpoint.