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Natural bioattenuation of trichloroethene at the Saint Joseph, Michigan Superfund Site
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management, Research Laboratory in Cincinnati, OH
Written in English
|Statement||James W. Weaver, John T. Wilson, and Don H. Kampbell.|
|Contributions||Wilson, John T, Kampbell, Don H, National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Alternatives. Alternatives TCE is valued for its solvent capacity in adhesive and paint applications, as well as its ability to solubilize contaminants such as oil, grease and buffing compounds on many types and configurations of metal parts. In almost 90% of the TCE use reported in Massachusetts was as an adhesive or paint solvent. The chemical compound trichloroethylene is a halocarbon commonly used as an industrial is a clear non-flammable liquid with a sweet smell. It should not be confused with the similar 1,1,1-trichloroethane, which is commonly known as chlorothene.. The IUPAC name is rial abbreviations include TCE, trichlor, Trike, Tricky and al formula: C₂HCl₃.
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As nouns the difference between trichloroethene and trichloroethylene is that trichloroethene is trichloroethylene while trichloroethylene is (organic compound) the unsaturated chlorinated hydrocarbon c(cl) 2 =chcl used as an industial solvent. 1,1,1-trichloroethane does act as a central nervous system depressant and can cause. effects similar to those of intoxication, including dizziness, confusion, and in. sufficiently high concentrations, unconsciousness and death. Prolonged skin contact with the liquid can result in .
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Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development.]. Bioattenuation of Trichloroethene at the St. Joseph, Michigan Superfund Site.” Computer visualizations of the data set show Natural bioattenuation of trichloroethene at the Saint Joseph trichloroethene, or TCE, can degrade under natural conditions.
The purpose of the tape is to present sampling results from the site to a technical audience. Although the visualizations show the general distribution of chemicals at the site, it isFile Size: 36KB. Get this from a library. Natural bioattenuation of trichloroethene at the Saint Joseph, Michigan Superfund Site: project summary.
[James W Weaver; John T Wilson; Don H Kampbell; National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.)]. Description: Data from the St. Joseph, Michigan, Superfund Site were used in a peer-reviewed video entitled "Natural Bioattenuation of Trichloroethene at the St. Joseph, Michigan Superfund Site." Computer visualizations of the data set show how trichloroethene, or TCE, can degrade under natural.
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EPA Science Inventory. Data from the St. Joseph, Michigan, Superfund Site. J.R. Roede, D.R. Petersen, in Comprehensive Toxicology, Trichloroethylene. Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a widely used solvent since the early s and is a highly effective degreasing agent in a variety of industrial settings.
TCE has also been used as a dry cleaning solvent, an ingredient in printing inks and paints as well as a general anesthetic or analgesic.
Trichloroethene (also known as trichloroethylene or TCE) is a human-made chemical. It is volatile, meaning it readily evaporates at room temperature into the air, where you can sometimes smell it. It is used as a solvent to remove grease from metal, a paint stripper, an adhesive solvent, an ingredient in paints and varnishes, and in the.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Trichloroethene (TCE) is a liquid with a sweet ethereal, chloroform-like odour, with odour thresholds of – mg/m 3 in air and mg/L in water (Amoore & Hautala, ; Ruth, ).
Search results for Trichloroethene at Sigma-Aldrich. Compare Products: Select up to 4 products. *Please select more than one item to compare. TRICHLOROETHENE IN DRINKING-WATER 2 Environmental fate In the atmosphere, TCE is highly reactive and does not persist for any significant length of time (ATSDR, ).
In surface water, volatilization is the principal route of degradation, while photodegradation and. Figure 16a depicts the VUV–PFI–PE origin band for C 2 H 4 + in the region of 84,–84, cm −1 obtained with a PFI–PE resolution of cm −1 (FWHM) [21,25].The rotational structures resolved in the VUV–PFI–PE origin band have been well analyzed, and their assignments are marked on top of the spectrum of Figure intensity of the strongest peak of this spectrum is.
Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a chemical used to make refrigerants and as a metal degreaser. It may be found in contaminated soil or water near military bases and in some commercial and household cleaning products. TCE exposure may cause kidney cancer and increase the risk of lymphoma and liver cancer.
Trichloroethane, either of two isomeric colourless, nonflammable liquids belonging to the family of halogenated hydrocarbons. One isomer, 1,1,1-trichloroethane, was used as a solvent for cleaning and degreasing metal and electronic was also used as a coolant and in the manufacture of other chemicals and products, including insecticides and household cleaners.
Trichloroethylene is a colorless or blue organic liquid with a chloroform-like odor. The greatest use of trichloroethylene is to remove grease from fabricated metal parts and some textiles.
Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a nonflammable, colorless liquid with a somewhat sweet odor and a sweet, burning taste. It is used mainly as a solvent to remove grease from metal parts, but it is also an ingredient in adhesives, paint removers, typewriter correction fluids, and spot removers.
How does trichloroethylene affect drinking water? continued from page 15 carbonaceous adsorbents has been on the rise. Carbona-ceous adsorbents have better adsorption capacity and can be easily regenerated onsite. Researchers have identified and isolated sev-eral species of bacteria that can remove halogens (eg., chlorine) from TCE.
Generally.Natural Anaerobic Treatment of a TCE Plume St. Joseph, Michigan, NPL Site Perry L. McCarty Western Region Hazardous Substance Research Center Stanford University Stanford, CA and John T. Wilson U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory Ada, OK Introduction A ground-water plume containing.St. Joseph is carefully nestled on the southern tip of what has been termed "The Riviera of the Midwest." This deepwater port town is a growing resort community - part of a "small town" chain stretching from the state line in a spectacular arc along Lake Michigan.
The lakeshore is peppered with remarkable sand dune formations and lined further inland with a lush countryside that produces some.