To this solution carbon disulphide
(6 mL, 0.1 mol) was added with shaking, then continuously stirred for 24 h.
The possible presence of asbestos in gardens on the Farndale Estate, in Whitmore Reans, first came to light during a probe four years ago into carbon disulphide
- a chemical which was used at the factory.
Its Indonesian subsidiaries including Indo-Bharat Rayon (in rayon fiber), PT Elegant Textiles Industry, PT Indo Liberty Textiles, PT Sunrise Bumi Textiles (producers of rayon fiber and polyester) and PT Indo Raya Kimia (carbon disulphide
) contributed more than US$ 600 million in income last year.
The proposals follow an investigation in autumn 2005, which found traces of carbon disulphide
underground in parts of the estate.
It is more than a year since people were told their homes could be contaminated with carbon disulphide
from the adjacent former Courtaulds site.
III: risk factors for coronary heart disease in workers in the viscose industry.
HOW IT WORKS: By detecting gases such as carbon disulphide
, pentane, ethane and butane, which are known to be affected by the way the body processes fat.
For example, radioactive phosphorus-32 could be prepared by irradiating carbon disulphide
. Using radioactive phosphorus, Spinks, along with colleagues in the Soil Science Department, was able to determine the fractions of phosphorus in growing wheat that came from the soil and from added fertilizer.