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*  Antimony trisulfide
It also is used in the production of ruby-colored glass and in plastics as a flame retardant. Historically the stibnite form ... It burns in air with a blue flame. It reacts with incandescence with cadmium, magnesium and zinc chlorates. Mixtures of Sb2S3 ...
*  Flame retardant
Advocates for the flame retardant industry, such as the American Chemistry Council's North American Flame Retardant Alliance, ... North American Flame Retardant Alliance. "Do flame retardants work?". Retrieved 12 April 2013. Babrauskas, V.; Harris, R.; Gann ... The proliferation of flame retardants, and especially halogenated organic flame retardants, in furniture across the United ... Many halogenated flame retardants with aromatic rings, including most brominated flame retardants, are likely thyroid hormone ...
*  Organophosphorus compound
Such species are of technological importance as flame retardant agents, and plasticizers. Lacking a P−C bond, these compounds ... which is used as a fire retardant in textiles. Approximately 2M kg are produced annually of the chloride and the related ...
*  Brominated flame retardant
MPI Milebrome - Brominated Flame Retardants Bromine Science and Environmental Forum European Brominated Flame Retardant ... Pedro Arias (2001): Brominated flame retardants - an overview. The Second International Workshop on Brominated Flame Retardants ... 390,000 tons of brominated flame retardants were sold in 2011. This represents 19.7% of the flame retardants market. The ... Brominated flame retardants in flame retarded products and the environment[permanent dead link]. ...
*  Diphenyl ether
Decabromodiphenyl oxide is sold under the trade name Saytex 102 as a flame retardant in the manufacture of paints and ... Several polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) are useful flame retardants. Of penta-, octa-, and decaBDE, the three most ... "Flame Retardants". Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Weinheim: Wiley-VCH. doi:10.1002/14356007.a11_123. ISBN 3- ...
*  Hardware (comics)
Flame Retardant; HEAP (High Explosive Armor Piercing); Flechette (releases dozens of tiny razor-sharp darts); Anesthetic ...
*  Heptazine
Melem, melon, and melam are effective flame retardant compounds. The compounds have in common that they melt or decompose at ... They are used as flame retardants and have been the object of interest recently for potential applications in electronics ...
*  Dimethyl phosphorochloridothioate
... flame retardants and flotation agents. It is an irritant for skin, eyes, and mucous membranes. Dimethyl ...
*  Endocrine disruptor
For example, a common flame retardant, BDE-47, affects the reproductive system and thyroid gland of female rats in doses of the ... The widespread use of brominated flame retardants may be due to the push from Great Lakes Chemical Corporation (GLCC) to profit ... Organic compounds based on halogens like bromine and chlorine are used as the flame retardant additive in plastics, and in ... Flame retardants: a general introduction, Environmental Health Criteria monograph No. 192, Geneva: World Health Organization, ...
*  Electronic waste
Birnbaum, LS; Staskal, DF (2004). "Brominated flame retardants: Cause for concern?" (PDF). Environmental Health Perspectives. ... or brominated flame retardants. Recycling and disposal of e-waste may involve significant risk to health of workers and ...
*  Silent Spring Institute
Medical News Today said that "Flame retardant chemicals are found in a variety of products that we come into contact with every ... Pharmaceutical hormones such as hormone replacement therapy; certain flame retardants used in furniture; a chemical used in ... exposure to phosphate flame retardants and how such exposure might affect their health, so in 2011 a urine analysis and study ... a chlorinated flame retardant commonly used in a number of home stain-resistant and nonstick coatings, as well as firefighting ...
*  Nicholas Kristof
"Flame Retardants and Our Political Mess". The New York Times. May 19, 2013. "This Is Your Brain on Toxins". The New York Times ... He claims that flame retardants are ineffective in saving lives, yet pose an increasingly evident public health risk, to both ... It's a story of corporate greed, deceit and skulduggery." In 2012, Kristof went as far as to write that flame retardants in ... Kristof has written several articles on the controversial use of flame retardants in furniture, most recently in a November ...
*  Pot-holder
Update on Flame Retardant Textiles. Alongi, Jenny; Horrocks, Richard; Carosio, Federico. Update on Flame Retardant Textiles. ... Alongi, Jenny; Horrocks, Richard; Carosio, Federico (2013). Update on Flame Retardant Textiles. C, Edwards (2006). "Home is ... Even when the fabric comes in contact with flames it does not disseminate the flame. This provides an even greater protective ... This is defined as the temperature in which an item will produce a flame. Wool can be heated to over 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit ...
*  Decabromodiphenyl ether
The former European Brominated Flame Retardant Industry Panel (EBFRIP), now merged with EFRA, the European Flame Retardant ... DecaBDE is a flame retardant. The chemical "is always used in conjunction with antimony trioxide" in polymers, mainly in "high ... Governor signs deca ban bill into law: State will require phase-out of the flame retardant in household items. June 14, 2007. ... Hale RC, La Guardia MJ, Harvey E, Gaylor MO, Mainor TM (June 2006). "Brominated flame retardant concentrations and trends in ...
*  Polybrominated diphenyl ethers
... are organobromine compounds that are used as flame retardant. Like other brominated flame retardants, PBDEs have been used in a ... 3] "DEP urges legislative ban on fire retardant" "Maine Legislature votes to ban toxic Deca flame retardant." Archived 2013-01- ... The European Union decided to ban the use of two classes of flame retardants, in particular, PBDEs and polybrominated biphenyls ... 2001). "Polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) flame retardants". Science of the Total Environment. 275: 1-17. doi:10.1016/s0048- ...
*  Susan D. Shaw
That same year, Shaw was lead author on a review paper on halogenated flame retardants, titled Halogenated Flame Retardants: Do ... In 2007, Shaw was credited as the first scientist to show that brominated flame retardant chemicals used in household and ... Shaw is credited as the first scientist to show that brominated flame retardant chemicals used in consumer products have ... Shaw, Susan D. (March 6, 2013). "A burning issue for firefighters: Flame retardants and cancer". The Hill. Marshall, Dr. Malika ...
*  Zinc borate
As a flame retardant, it can replace antimony(III) oxide as a synergist in both halogen-based and halogen-free systems. It is ... "Flame Retardants Fact Sheet, Zinc borate" (PDF). CEFIC. January 2006. Retrieved 6 February 2010. "Zinc Borate (Boric Acid, Zinc ... Zinc borate is primarily used as a flame retardant in plastics and cellulose fibers, paper, rubbers and textiles. It is also ...
*  HBCD
... may refer to: Hexabromocyclododecane; a brominated flame retardant Hiren's BootCD; an all-in-one bootable CD Highly ...
*  Noflan
... is a flame retardant chemical. It was developed in the 1980s by the Moscow State Textile University and the Semenov ... As halogens and antimony containing flame retardant result in unwanted degradation, alternatives have been under research. ... Mark Holmes (2004). "Russian flame retardants offer new halogen-free options". Plastics, Additives and Compounding. 6 (6): 42- ...
*  Puppy monkey baby
Conley, Mikaela (15 December 2011). "Flame Retardant in Your Mountain Dew? Yep". ABC News. Retrieved 8 February 2016. " ...
*  Triphenyl phosphate
One of the most effective flame retardants for certain polymers, TPhP is only active as an additive flame retardant in its gas ... As with many other phosphorus-containing flame retardants, TPhP has been found widely in sediment, soil, indoor dust, and air. ... It has been used as a flame retardant for a variety of materials, including electronic equipment, PVC, hydraulic fluids, glues ... Its mechanism of action as a flame retardant is as follows: first, during thermal decomposition, phosphoric acid is formed. ...
*  Refraction (metallurgy)
Refractory, as applied to nonmetallic substances Flame retardant. ...
*  Tris(1,3-dichloro-2-propyl)phosphate
TDCPP is an additive flame retardant, meaning that it is not chemically bonded to treated materials. Additive flame retardants ... Cooper, E M; Covaci, A; van Nuijs, A L N; Webster, T F; Stapleton, H M (2011). "Analysis of the flame retardant metabolites bis ... Following the 2005 phase-out of PentaBDE in the United States, TDCPP became one of the primary flame retardants used in ... Humans are thought to be exposed to TDCPP and other flame retardants through several routes, including inhalation, ingestion, ...
*  Realia (library science)
Unlike other proteins, silk is not flame retardant. It quickly becomes brittle when kept in hot, dry conditions, and is highly ... Wool, because of its ability to wick moisture and resist flame, was commonly used in Western textiles throughout history, and ...
*  Milorganite
"Flame retardants: Persistent pollutants in land-applied sludges". Nature. 412: 140-14. July 12, 2001. doi:10.1038/35084130. " ...
*  Jebsen & Jessen (SEA)
... flame retardants, monomers/polymers, and performance chemicals to manufacturing industries; amino acids and protein sources to ...
*  Alternatives assessment
Howard, Gregory J. (2014). "Chemical alternatives assessment: The case of flame retardants". Chemosphere. 116: 112-117. doi: ...