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National Toxicology Program's Chemical Solubility Compendium




ISBN 9780873716536
Published December 10, 1991 by CRC Press
448 Pages

 
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This book is a compilation of experimentally determined solubility ranges of over 1,700 compounds in the National Toxicology Program's Chemical Repository. Each compound's solubility was determined in a consistent manner in one to six solvents. Solvents chosen were those most commonly used for toxicology studies, spill cleanups, and chemical synthesis or chemical reaction experiments. These solvents include acetone, 95% ethanol, water, dimethyl sulfoxide, methanol, and toluene. Data for many of the research and industrial chemicals featured in this volume do not exist anywhere else. If you are a toxicologist, safety professional, industrial hygienist, or chemist, this book is a valuable reference tool you'll find yourself using every day.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements. Introduction. Solubility Determinations. Results and Discussion. Solubility Data.

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Biography

<p>Dr. Keith is a Senior Program Manager and Principle Scientist at Radian Corporation in Austin, Texas. A pioneer in environmental sampling and analysis, method development, and handling of hazardous compounds, Dr. Keith has published over a dozen books and presented and published more than one hundred technical articles. Recent publications have involved electronic book formats and expert systems. Dr. Keith serves on numerous government, academic, publishing, and environmental committees and is a past chairman of the ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry. Prior to joining Radian Corporation in 1977, he was a research scientist with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.</p> <p>Doug Walters is Head of Laboratory Health and Safety for the National Toxicology Program at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (USDHHS, NIH) in Research Triangle Park, NC. He received his Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Georgia. Dr. Walters is past chairman of the Division of Chemical Health and Safety and of the Northeast Georgia Section of the American Chemical Society and is a member of the ACS Committee on Chemical Safety. He is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the College of Health Sciences at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA and is a member of the American Industrial Hygiene Association. Dr. Walters has lectured throughout the US and Canada and has authored, coauthored and edited approximately 100 publications, including 13 books.</p>