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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This virilizing alteration is induced by the organotin compound called TBT (tributyltin), used as a biocide in antifouling paints and other products (Castro et al.
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.
reticulatus exposed to TPT and the carcinogenic potential of this organotin compound on N.
Since the 1970s, most vessels have hulls coated with anti-fouling paints using the organotin compound tributylin (TBT).
The corresponding organotin compound was added to the cells, followed by incubation for 2 hr at 37[degrees] C under 5% C[O.
Recently organotin compounds have been used as reagents in reduction, transmetallation and coupling reactions or as extremely versatile catalysts in organic reactions [8]; the generally high selectivity of organotin reagents allows one to save time and to avoid product losses of protection-deprotection cycles.
It has a unique formulation concept, which completely eliminates the need for tin catalysts and oxime crosslinke and contains no organotin compounds or oximes and is a low solvent formulation.
Applicable stabilizers are heavy metals and organotin compounds as well as organic co-stabilizers, depending on the desired product properties [5].
MT-ATP6 subunit, is the target site for organotin compounds, including tributyltin chloride (TBTC) (von Ballmoos et al.
The concentrations of organotin compounds are high in the harbour areas (sampling point 20--Sillamae Bay) and shipyards (sampling points 21-24): EQS for tributyltin compounds is 0.