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ACUTE TOXICITY OF SELENIUM (IV) AND SELENIUM (VI) TO FRESHWATER ORGANISMS
The primary sources of selenium in the environment are geologic and industrial. Selenium closely resembles sulfur chemically, and sulfur or sulfide deposits of bismuth, copper, iron, lead, mercury, silver, and zinc ...
ACUTE EXPOSURE OF HEXACHLOROBENZENE TO SELECTED FRESHWATER ORGANISMS
Hexachlorobenzene is a commercially produced chemical of high annual tonnage production used as a feedstock for many chemical manufacturing processes. It is a chemical listed by the U.S., Environmental Protection Agency ...
ACUTE TOXICITY OF ANTIMONY III TO SEVERAL SPECIES OF FRESHWATER ORGANISMS
Antimony (III) chloride is very soluble in water. The Merck Index (9th ed.) reports a solubility of 1 g SbC13 per 10.1 mL of water. This solution undergoes gradual hydrolysis to antimony oxychloride (SbOCl), which is ...