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Styrene in air

Occupational Medicine and Hygiene Laboratory.

Styrene in air

laboratory method using charcoal diffusive samplers, solvent desorption and gas chromatography.

by Occupational Medicine and Hygiene Laboratory.

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Published by Health and Safety Executive in Bootle .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesMethods for the determination of hazardous substances -- 44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15177176M
ISBN 100717603520
OCLC/WorldCa315447076

Oxidizes readily in air to form unstable peroxides that may explode spontaneously [Bretherick p, ]. Mixing styrene in equal molar portions with any of the following substances in a closed container caused the temperature and pressure to increase: chlorosulfonic acid, Missing: air book. is the USA's largest online hobby shop with o products in stock for same-day shipping, including plastic model kits, model railroading, model rockets, paints and supplies, and much more. Call us toll-free at so we can help you find exactly what you need!

indoor air that has styrene vapors from building. materials, photocopiers, tobacco smoke, and other products. Smokers are exposed to styrene because it occurs. in cigarette smoke. Living near industrial facilities or hazardous waste sites is another way people may be exposed to Size: KB. The primary way you can be exposed to styrene is by breathing air containing it. Releases of styrene into the air occur from: industries using or manufacturing styrene automobile exhaust cigarette smoke, and use of photocopiers Rural or suburban air generally contains lower concentrations of styrene than urban air.

Many of the processes that emit styrene - such as boat building and FRP production - have high air flows with low VOC and styrene concentrations. Button manufacturing presents a similar problem but on a slightly smaller scale; the plant's air flows were approximat SCFM with styrene concentrations ranging from g: air book. Styrene (% - %) in Air Special Notice: Our database is made up of both MSDS and SDS. Carefully review the (M)SDS below to see if it’s the version you're looking for.


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Styrene is used predominately in the production of polystyrene plastics and resins. Styrene is also used as an intermediate in the synthesis of materials used for ion exchange resins and to produce copolymers.

(1) Sources and Potential Exposure Indoor air is the principal route. Styrene is a starting material for the synthesis of plastics (polystyrene, copolymers) and polystyrene insulation materials.

It is also used as a solvent and reactant in the processing of unsaturated polyester resins. The MAK‐value () was 86 mg/m 3 or 20 mL/m 3 (ppm) 4.

The concentration of styrene in urban air is relatively low compared with that of aromatic hydrocarbons, such as toluene and xylene. This appears to be due to the ready reactivity of styrene with ozone to yield benzaldehyde and peroxides, all of which are irritants; one of theFile Size: KB.

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LOCATING AND ESTIMATING AIR EMISSIONS FROM SOURCES OF STYRENE Final Report Prepared for: Dallas Safriet Emission Inventory Branch U. Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, North Carolina Prepared by: Radian Corporation Post Office Box Research Triangle Park, North Carolina Ap File Size: KB.

Styrene can be found in air, soil, and water after release from the manufacture, use, and disposal of styrene-based products. Colorless to yellow, oily liquid with a sweet, floral odor.

Class IC Flammable Liquid: Fl.P. at or above 73°F and below °F. Oxidizers, catalysts for vinyl polymers, peroxides, strong acids, aluminum chloride [Note: May polymerize if contaminated or subjected to heat.

Usually contains an. Styrene is the monomer (polyester resin) used in the production of polystyrene by a free radical polymerisation process usually initiated by a Methyl Ethyl Keytone Peroxide (MEKP). Polystyrene is a used to form moulded plastic materials in the construction, and manufacturing industries.

Styrene Production from Ethylbenzene The following text in this section is taken from [2] (shortened) and is permitted for personal use only. Data of Styrene and Ethylbenzene Styrene, also known as phenylethylene, vinylbenzene, styrol, or cinnamene, C6H5–CH=CH2, is an impor-tant industrial unsaturated aromatic Size: 1MB.

Styrene, also known as ethenylbenzene, vinylbenzene, and phenylethene, is an organic compound with the chemical formula C 6 H 5 CH=CH derivative of benzene is a colorless oily liquid although aged samples can appear yellowish.

The compound evaporates easily and has a sweet smell, although high concentrations have a less pleasant odor. Styrene is the precursor to polystyrene and several Chemical formula: C₈H₈.

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Styrene vapors are absorbed through lung; percutaneous absorption of styrene during exposure to concentrations up to g/cu M ( ppm) in air is insignificant (about 2%) as compared with the respective pulmonary absorption. They Called Her Styrene, Etc. Hardcover – Janu by Ed Ruscha (Author) out of 5 stars 12 ratings.

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Albury RC Models & Hobbies is committed to protecting your privacy and implementing technology that gives you the most powerful and safe online experience. CAS number: –42–5 NIOSH REL: 50 ppm ( mg/m 3) TWA, ppm ( mg/m 3) STEL Current OSHA PEL: ppm TWA, ppm CEILING, ppm 5-minute MAXIMUM PEAK IN ANY 3 HOURS.

OSHA PEL: 50 ppm ( mg/m 3) TWA, ppm ( mg/m 3) STEL ACGIH TLV: 50 ppm ( mg/m 3) TWA, ppm ( mg/m 3) CEILING [skin]. Description of Missing: air book. For a year exposure to styrene (vapour in air: 20 ml/m 3) at the workplace (8 h/day, 5 days/week, 48 weeks/year) the cancer risk was estimated to lie in the range between.

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Styrene is primarily a synthetic chemical that is used extensively in the manufacture of plastics, rubber, and resins. It is also known as vinylbenzene, ethenylbenzene, cinnamene, or phenylethylene.

Many workers, including those who make boats, tubs, and showers, are potentially exposed to styrene. Health effects from exposure to styrene may Missing: air book. Saudi Arabia. Styrene is one of the most important monomers produced by the chemical industry today. Styrene monomer is a basic building block of the plastics industry.

The conventional method of producing styrene involves the alkylation of benzene with ethylene to produce ethylbenzene, followed by dehydrogenation of ethylbenzene to Size: KB. Liljelind I, Rappaport S, et al. Exposure assessment of monoterpenes and styrene: a comparison of air sampling and biomonitoring.

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