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Results of search for su:{Maximum allowable concentration} Refine your search. *Availability * Limit to currently available ... volume 2B, Pesticide residues in food : maximum residue limits =. Résidus de pesticides dans les denrées alimentaires : limites ...
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PHOSPHAMIDON (PIM 454)PHOSPHAMIDON (PIM 454)

7.2.4.1 Maximum Allowable Concentration. - A study based on the description of the standard setting process in China has ... proposed a maximum allowable concentration (MAC) in the workplace air of 0.02mg/m3 (Zhuang et al , 1993). ... 0.2 to 0.3 mg/Kg IV slowly over three minutes (maximum 5 mg in children between one month and five years old; maximum 10 mg in ... After the concentration of the poison decreases in these cases, net reactivation can be expected even 1 week after poisoning. ...
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EUR-Lex - 32013L0039 - EN - EUR-LexEUR-Lex - 32013L0039 - EN - EUR-Lex

4) This parameter is the EQS expressed as a maximum allowable concentration (MAC-EQS). Where the MAC-EQS are marked as "not ... natural background concentrations for metals and their compounds where such concentrations prevent compliance with the relevant ... 13) These EQS refer to bioavailable concentrations of the substances.. (14) PCDD: polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins; PCDF: ... Columns 6 and 7 of the table: for any given surface water body, applying the MAC-EQS means that the measured concentration at ...
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Glossary of TermsGlossary of Terms

Maximum Allowable Concentration Machinery Directive Directive 98/37/EC, which sets out the essential health and safety ... Maximum Residue Level (MRL) An MRL is the maximum concentration of a pesticide residue (expressed as mg/kg), permitted in or on ... No Observed Adverse Effect Concentration NOAEL See No Observed Adverse Effect Level NOEC No Observed Effect Concentration NOEL ... Codex Maximum Residue Level (Codex MRL) D. d day Data Protection See Protection of Data Data Stream A stream for the processing ...
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      Approval and Promulgation of Air Quality Implementation Plans; State of Colorado; Revised...Federal Register :: Approval and Promulgation of Air Quality Implementation Plans; State of Colorado; Revised...

Maximum Allowable Concentration. 149.9 μg/m3. 149.9 μg/m3. Maintenance Demonstration. 145.2 μg/m3. 145.2 μg/m3. ... The actual NOx inventory is found at Table 3.1-2 of the TSD, and the NOx fraction of maximum winter PM10 concentration (2001- ... Actual NOx total inventory/NOx fraction of max. winter PM10 concentration (2001-2005) ... The averaged key receptor RAM PM10 concentration is estimated by using the RAM modeled concentrations from the 6th highest ...
more infohttps://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2007/11/06/E7-21611/approval-and-promulgation-of-air-quality-implementation-plans-state-of-colorado-revised-denver-pm10

Industry Acronyms | IPCIndustry Acronyms | IPC

Maximum Allowable Concentration. MAC. Media Access Control. MAP. Manufacturing Automation Protocol. MATS. Material Transport ...
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New To Lyme?.......Start here!New To Lyme?.......Start here!

MAC = maximum allowable concentration. MIC = minimum inhibitory concentration MgD = magnesium-deficient. MRI = magnetic ... Sensitivity to odors (able to detect and/or react in concentrations far lower than before and that healthy people cannot smell) ... Difficulty with concentration, reading. Forgetfulness, poor short term memory. Disorientation: getting lost, going to wrong ...
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Monitoring programme on nitrates in vegetables and vegetable-based baby foods marketed in the Region of Valencia, Spain: levels...Monitoring programme on nitrates in vegetables and vegetable-based baby foods marketed in the Region of Valencia, Spain: levels...

Maximum Allowable Concentration. Nitrates / administration & dosage, analysis*, toxicity. Quality Control. Reproducibility of ... Median nitrate values in other vegetables for which a maximum limit has not been fixed by the European Commission were 196, 203 ... lower the maximum level proposed by European Union legislation. The estimated nitrate daily intake through baby foods for ... were lower than the maximum limits established by European Union legislation. Thirteen fresh spinach samples exceeded the ...
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MAC address | definition of MAC address by Medical dictionaryMAC address | definition of MAC address by Medical dictionary

2. Maximum allowable change, see there.. 3. Maximum allowable concentration.. 4. Membrane attack complex, see there. ... maximum acceptable concentration. maximum aerobic capacity. Medical Advisory Committee Medicare Appeals Council. membrane ... 1. Abbreviation for minimal anesthetic concentration; minimal alveolar concentration; membrane attack complex. ... 4 abbreviation for minimum alveolar concentration. 5 abbreviation for Mycobacterium avium complex. See Mycobacterium avium ...
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Mercury poisoningMercury poisoning

Maximum allowable concentration 2 ppb (0.002mg/L) US FDA eating sea food methyl mercury Maximum allowable concentration 1 ppm ... Chronic exposure, even at low concentrations in the range 0.7-42 μg/m3, has been shown in case control studies to cause effects ... Through bioaccumulation in the environment, methyl mercury works its way up the food chain, reaching high concentrations among ... was effective in lowering the body burden of mercury and in decreasing the urinary mercury concentration to normal levels.[21] ...
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Natural gas - WikipediaNatural gas - Wikipedia

These may include the maximum allowable concentration of CO. 2, H. 2S and H. 2O. Usually sales quality gas that has been ...
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Visual impairment due to intracranial pressure - WikipediaVisual impairment due to intracranial pressure - Wikipedia

Spacecraft maximum allowable concentrations for selected airborne contaminants. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press. pp. ... local pockets of increased CO2 concentrations may form. Without proper ventilation, CO2 concentrations ppCO2 could rise above ... Nominal CO2 concentrations on Earth are approximately 0.23 mmHg while nominal CO2 levels aboard the ISS are up to 20 times that ... In brief: serum concentrations of metabolites of the folate, vitamin B-12 dependent one carbon metabolism pathway, specifically ...
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Advanced Search Results - Public Health Image Library(PHIL)Advanced Search Results - Public Health Image Library(PHIL)

Categories: Maximum Allowable Concentration Image Types: Photo, Illustrations, Video, Color, Black&White, PublicDomain, ...
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Advanced Search Results - Public Health Image Library(PHIL)Advanced Search Results - Public Health Image Library(PHIL)

Categories: Maximum Allowable Concentration Image Types: Photo, Illustrations, Video, Color, Black&White, PublicDomain, ...
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Toxic substance profile: PhthalatesToxic substance profile: Phthalates

Maximum allowable concentration Notes Dimethyl phthalate (DMP). 800 4000 1 Diethyl phthalate (DEP). 200 1000 1 ... Streufert et al (1980) found that in a flow-through study utilising DEHP concentrations of 0.36 mg l-1 over sand and 0.24 mg l- ... In a study conducted by Wennberg et al (1997), a concentration of 600 mg kg-1 (spiked sediments) was found to cause no adverse ... These results are supported by the findings of Call et al (1997) who found that spiked sediment concentrations of 3,306 and ...
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Occupational exposure limits for nanomaterials: state of the art | SpringerLinkOccupational exposure limits for nanomaterials: state of the art | SpringerLink

Cook WA (1945) Maximum allowable concentrations of industrial contaminants. Ind Med 14:936-946Google Scholar ... Crump KS (1984) A new method for determining allowable daily intakes. Fund Appl Toxicol 4(5):854-871CrossRefGoogle Scholar ...
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CISDOC databaseCISDOC database

Establishing a maximum allowable concentration for pyrrolidine in the atmosphere of work premises Obosnovanie predelno ... The relationships between gastrointestinal paraquat content and plasma and lung concentrations after oral administration of ... Total plasma warfarin concentrations and prothrombin times were measured before, during, and after 7-day periods, when doses of ...
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2-Ethoxyethanol - Wikipedia2-Ethoxyethanol - Wikipedia

Subcommittee on Spacecraft Maximum Allowable Concentrations (1996). Spacecraft maximum allowable concentrations for selected ... Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health Concentrations (IDLH). National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). ...
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Nanoparticles Used for Extraction of Polycyclic Aromatic HydrocarbonsNanoparticles Used for Extraction of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons

Table 3: Maximum allowable concentrations (MACs) of PAHs in water and soil [9]. ... US EPA has defined the maximum allowable concentration of PAHs in soil and water, as shown in Table 3 [9]. Due to their ... Different regulatory agencies have defined the maximum allowable level of PAHs in the environment due to their adverse effects ... Effect of salt concentration is commonly studied in many extraction methods in order to enhance enrichment performance. This ...
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Metal Concentrations in Cosmetics Commonly Used in NigeriaMetal Concentrations in Cosmetics Commonly Used in Nigeria

... when compared with Cosmetic Ingredients Review Expert Panel 2007 and German safe maximum permissible limit of lead in cosmetics ... 27] proposed that the maximum allowable concentration of lead should be ≈10 ppm. If this permissible level is followed, only ... The concentration range was 0.14-0.83 mg/kg but the fold-increases over suggested/mandated levels of cadmium concentration in ... Metal Concentrations in Cosmetics Commonly Used in Nigeria. Orish Ebere Orisakwe. 1 and Jonathan Oye Otaraku2. 1Toxicology Unit ...
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