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This database provides a vast amount of information about potentially toxic chemicals to regulatory and research agencies, consultants, academics, and libraries. The National Toxicology Program's Chemical Database consists of eight volumes containing 50 fields that present detailed information on 2,270 different chemicals. The data is obtained from the literature or ...
The National Toxicology Program's Chemical Database, Volume III: Vol 3
This database provides a vast amount of information about potentially toxic chemicals to regulatory and research agencies, consultants, academics, and libraries. The National Toxicology Program's Chemical Database consists of eight volumes containing 50 fields that present detailed information on 2,270 different chemicals. The data is obtained from the literature or experimentally determined. Each compound is listed in every volume even when there is no information available for it in some volumes. Information in the NTP database was gathered and updated as compounds were used throughout a 12 year period from 1979 to 1991. Throughout the eight volumes, the primary chemical name and the Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number (CAS No.) remain constant and all 2,270 chemicals are listed alphabetically in each volume. The NTP database can be sold as a set or individually. Each volume consists of one 3-1/2 and two 5-1/4 diskettes , in addition to a 64 page manual that describes how to use the software. Diskettes will run on IBM(R) or IBM-compatible equipment with DOS 2.0 and higher, 640K internal memory (RAM), and a hard drive with at least 2-17MB of available disk space. Use the eight volumes together to get the full benefit of the NTP Chemical Repository Database, or select only those volumes that contain the information you need and use them as stand-alone databases. Each volume consists of one 3-1/2 and two 5-1/4 diskettes, that will run on IBM or IBM-compatible hardware!
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First aid decisions made before professional medical help arrives in an emergency situation can be critical to the well-being of a victim. First Response is the resource to turn to when you need advice for emergency first aid response in the first few minutes after exposure to laboratory amounts of ...
First Response: A Laboratory Health and Safety Chemical Expert System
First aid decisions made before professional medical help arrives in an emergency situation can be critical to the well-being of a victim. First Response is the resource to turn to when you need advice for emergency first aid response in the first few minutes after exposure to laboratory amounts of hazardous chemicals. This interactive program considers pertinent chemical and physical properties based on your responses to a few simple questions. It presents advice for exposure by inhalation, ingestion, and eye or skin contact. It also offers guidance on which types of respirators should be worn when working with a wide variety of chemicals. First Response was developed for the National Toxicology Program by occupational medical doctors, chemists, toxicologists, and industrial hygienists. It was used as the source of information for the National Toxicology Program's Chemical Database, Volume 5, and with its resident knowledge base, it can be used with any other databases or lists of chemicals to provide the same rapid, effective advice. Pull down help windows and automatic printing of advice reports make First Response quick and easy to use. The program also features automatic installation and is completely menu-driven. First Response is perfect for industrial hygienists, safety professionals, poison center personnel, industrial nurses, high school nurses, and university student treatment centers. Software requirements First Response will operate on IBM or IBM-compatible hardware with 640K RAM, a hard drive with a minimum of .5 MB of available disk space, and DOS 2.1 or higher.
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This database provides a vast amount of information about potentially toxic chemicals to regulatory and research agencies, consultants, academics, and libraries. The National Toxicology Program's Chemical Database consists of eight volumes containing 50 fields that present detailed information on 2,270 different chemicals. The data is obtained from the literature or ...
The National Toxicology Programs Chemical Database: Vol 8: Shipping Classifications and Regulations
This database provides a vast amount of information about potentially toxic chemicals to regulatory and research agencies, consultants, academics, and libraries. The National Toxicology Program's Chemical Database consists of eight volumes containing 50 fields that present detailed information on 2,270 different chemicals. The data is obtained from the literature or experimentally determined. Each compound is listed in every volume even when there is no information available for it in some volumes. Information in the NTP database was gathered and updated as compounds were used throughout a 12 year period from 1979 to 1991. Throughout the eight volumes, the primary chemical name and the Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number (CAS No.) remain constant and all 2,270 chemicals are listed alphabetically in each volume. The NTP database can be sold as a set or individually. Each volume consists of one 3-1/2 and two 5-1/4 diskettes , in addition to a 64 page manual that describes how to use the software. Diskettes will run on IBM(R) or IBM-compatible equipment with DOS 2.0 and higher, 640K internal memory (RAM), and a hard drive with at least 2-17MB of available disk space. Use the eight volumes together to get the full benefit of the NTP Chemical Repository Database, or select only those volumes that contain the information you need and use them as stand-alone databases. Each volume consists of one 3-1/2 and two 5-1/4 diskettes, that will run on IBM or IBM-compatible hardware!
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This database 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 ...
National Toxicology Program's Chemical Solubility Database
This database 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 database does not exist anywhere else. The database is also remarkably simple to use and offers many features that make finding information quick and easy. Compounds can be located by using partial names such as acids, amines, ketones, cyanides, and ethers. You can also locate compounds by using their CAS Number or by entering the specific chemical name. The program is entirely menu-driven and can perform Boolean and/or type searches. It comes equipped with one 3-1/2 diskette and one 5-1/4 diskette, a 20-page manual, and can run on IBM or IBM compatible hardware. Dos 2.0 or higher, 640K of internal memory, and 1mb of hard drive memory are required. National Toxicology Program's Chemical Solubility Database is a must have program for toxicologists, safety professionals and industrial hygienists, and chemists.
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EPA's Pesticide Fact Sheet Database presents a comprehensive source of information on several hundred pesticides and pesticide formulations. Pesticides are quickly and easily located using keywords that describe criteria under which the pesticides can be found. On-line help screens facilitate your access of key features in the database. Reports automatically ...
EPA'S Pesticide Fact Sheet Database
EPA's Pesticide Fact Sheet Database presents a comprehensive source of information on several hundred pesticides and pesticide formulations. Pesticides are quickly and easily located using keywords that describe criteria under which the pesticides can be found. On-line help screens facilitate your access of key features in the database. Reports automatically print to paper or disk files on command, putting critical information at your fingertips within seconds. The database is available on 3.5 and 5.25 diskettes and can be used on IBM or IBM-compatible equipment. DOS 2.0 or higher, 640k internal memory (RAM), and a hard drive with 5MB of available disk space are required to run the program. Twelve critical technical areas are covered in addition to the address and telephone number of an EPA contact for every chemical. These technical areas include the following: Chemical Descriptors, which include chemical name, CAS Number, synonyms and trade names, year of registration, and U.S. and foreign producers; Use Patterns and Formulations, which include application sites, methods, and rates of application; Chemical Characteristics, which includes molecular weight and formula, m.p., b.p., solubility, vapor pressure, and stability; Acute Toxicological Data, which includes LD-50 data for oral, dermal, and inhalation routes of exposure, skin and eye irritation, and sensitization; Chronic Toxicological Data, including oncogenicity, teratogenicity, mutagenicity, and reproductive effects; Physiological and Biochemical Characteristics, which includes mechanism of pesticide action, metabolism, and foliar absorption; Environmental Characteristics, which includes hydrolysis, photodegradation, aerobic and anaerobic metabolism, mobility, volatility, and bioaccumulation; Ecological Characteristics, including avian, fish, freshwater invertebrate toxicology, and honey bee acute contact toxicology; Tolerance Assessments for Agricultural Crops, including corn, wheat, and nuts; Regulatory Position and Rational Summaries; Required Labeling Regulations and Restrictions; and Major Data Gap Summaries. EPA's Pesticide Fact Sheet Database will be invaluable to environmental consultants, agriculture specialists, toxicologists, industrial hygienists, pesticide worker unions, lawyers and regulators, entomologists, ecologists, and pesticide chemists.
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EPA'S Pesticide Fact Sheet Database

by Mary Walker, Lawrence H. Keith
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Transport and transformation processes as well as physical-chemical properties are key for determining the exposure and effects of various chemicals to humans and other organisms. The Handbook of Physical-Chemical Properties and Environmental Fate for Organic Chemicals, Second Edition on CD-ROM brings together all four volumes of the recently published print ...
Handbook of Physical-Chemical Properties and Environmental Fate for Organic Chemicals, Second Edition on CD-ROM
Transport and transformation processes as well as physical-chemical properties are key for determining the exposure and effects of various chemicals to humans and other organisms. The Handbook of Physical-Chemical Properties and Environmental Fate for Organic Chemicals, Second Edition on CD-ROM brings together all four volumes of the recently published print edition into a user-friendly and fully searchable digital reference. The handbook presents environmentally relevant physical-chemical property data pertaining to numerous groups of chemical substances, culled from peer-reviewed journals and other valuable sources on over 1200 chemicals. It also provides new data on the temperature dependence of selected physical-chemical properties, allowing scientists and engineers to perform better chemical assessments for climatic conditions outside the most commonly reported 20-25-degree range.
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This database provides a vast amount of information about potentially toxic chemicals to regulatory and research agencies, consultants, academics, and libraries. The National Toxicology Program's Chemical Database consists of eight volumes containing 50 fields that present detailed information on 2,270 different chemicals. The data is obtained from the literature or ...
The National Toxicology Programs Chemical Database: Vol 7: Hazardous Properties and Uses
This database provides a vast amount of information about potentially toxic chemicals to regulatory and research agencies, consultants, academics, and libraries. The National Toxicology Program's Chemical Database consists of eight volumes containing 50 fields that present detailed information on 2,270 different chemicals. The data is obtained from the literature or experimentally determined. Each compound is listed in every volume even when there is no information available for it in some volumes. Information in the NTP database was gathered and updated as compounds were used throughout a 12 year period from 1979 to 1991. Throughout the eight volumes, the primary chemical name and the Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number (CAS No.) remain constant and all 2,270 chemicals are listed alphabetically in each volume. The NTP database can be sold as a set or individually. Each volume consists of one 3-1/2 and two 5-1/4 diskettes , in addition to a 64 page manual that describes how to use the software. Diskettes will run on IBM(R) or IBM-compatible equipment with DOS 2.0 and higher, 640K internal memory (RAM), and a hard drive with at least 2-17MB of available disk space. Use the eight volumes together to get the full benefit of the NTP Chemical Repository Database, or select only those volumes that contain the information you need and use them as stand-alone databases. Each volume consists of one 3-1/2 and two 5-1/4 diskettes, that will run on IBM or IBM-compatible hardware!
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Award-Winning Nano Encyclopedia Continues to Pace the Field With its original publication, the Dekker Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology immediately became the reference against which all other nano references are measured. Noting that the encyclopedia was being assembled by leading authorities at an early stage in the field's development, Sir ...
Dekker Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology - Six Volume Set (Print Version)
Award-Winning Nano Encyclopedia Continues to Pace the Field With its original publication, the Dekker Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology immediately became the reference against which all other nano references are measured. Noting that the encyclopedia was being assembled by leading authorities at an early stage in the field's development, Sir Harry Kroto, 1996 Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry, rightfully predicted that the encyclopedia would bring together key advances in a coherently organized framework. Continuing to cover the field as no other resource, the six volume second edition, due to publish in September (CRC Press), crosses disciplines to examine fundamental nano principles, theories, and methodologies, as well as the latest information on nano-relevant properties. It also covers advances in nanoscale engineering, newly developed simulation tools, and emerging computational methods. As with the first edition, it will be available both in print and as a fully searchable online version. Among other accolades, this million-dollar bestseller has gone on to win an Outstanding Academic Book Award from CHOICE magazine.
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Properties of Organic Compounds on CD-ROM contains data on more than 28,000 of the most commonly sought organic compounds, including physical data, spectral data, and structures. With a high quality display, powerful search capabilities, high resolution output, and superior help utilities, this relational database is an user-friendly tool for identifying ...
Properties of Organic Compounds on the Web
Properties of Organic Compounds on CD-ROM contains data on more than 28,000 of the most commonly sought organic compounds, including physical data, spectral data, and structures. With a high quality display, powerful search capabilities, high resolution output, and superior help utilities, this relational database is an user-friendly tool for identifying unknown compounds and for quickly locating additional data and references for known compounds. Let Properties of Organic Compounds Online save you time and money...in the library...in the laboratory...in the classroom! This gives instant access to more than 29,000 organic compounds! It's contains melting points, boiling points, refractive index and specific density. Spectral data includes MS, IR, Raman, UV, 1H nmr and 13C nmr. With Display subscripts, superscripts, and all special characters, it contains Cross-table searching, index and synonym browsing, plus unit conversions - one search locates everything about a specific topic. It provides High resolution printing of text and structures. Get help when and where you need it - on-screen, on-line, in a detailed user's manual, or from our technical support experts at CRC Press.
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A powerful PC-based program designed for regulatory screening and prioritizing and industrial screening of chemicals Take the guesswork out of calculating the probability of a chemical biodegrading rapidly or slowly under anaerobic conditions in a mixed culture of microorganisms. Biodegradation Probability Program does the calculations for you using fragment constants ...
Biodegradation Probability Program
A powerful PC-based program designed for regulatory screening and prioritizing and industrial screening of chemicals Take the guesswork out of calculating the probability of a chemical biodegrading rapidly or slowly under anaerobic conditions in a mixed culture of microorganisms. Biodegradation Probability Program does the calculations for you using fragment constants developed with multiple linear and non-linear regressions and data from Syracuse Research Corporation's evaluation biodegradation database (BIODEG). The program will run on any IBM (R) or IBM-compatible computer with 260K RAM. Biodegradation Probability Program is already being used by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and major chemical companies. It is indispensable for environmental professionals and regulatory people who need to predict biodegradibility for chemicals lacking experimental data. The program will be of special interest to all remediation firms working with biodegradation technologies.
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Biodegradation Probability Program

by William M. Meylan, Philip H. Howard
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Use the same powerful software package that has been the standard at the U.S. and German Environmental Protection Agencies for estimating atmospheric degradation rates. Atmospheric Oxidation Rate Program quickly and accurately estimates the gas-phase reaction rate between organic chemicals and hydroxyl radicals using estimation methods developed by Dr. Roger Atkinson. ...
Atmospheric Oxidation Rate Program
Use the same powerful software package that has been the standard at the U.S. and German Environmental Protection Agencies for estimating atmospheric degradation rates. Atmospheric Oxidation Rate Program quickly and accurately estimates the gas-phase reaction rate between organic chemicals and hydroxyl radicals using estimation methods developed by Dr. Roger Atkinson. Ozone reaction rates can also be estimated for olefinic and acetylenic compounds. The program calculates hydroxyl radical and ozone rate constants, and you can enter chemical structures using SMILES notation. The atmospheric half-life is estimated using an average hydroxyl radical concentration and an average ozone concentration. The program will run on any IBM (R) or IBM-compatible computer with 350K RAM. Atmospheric Oxidation Rate Program will be an indispensable tool for environmental chemists, engineers, toxicologists, atmospheric scientists and regulators.
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Atmospheric Oxidation Rate Program

by William M. Meylan, Philip H. Howard
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Hazardous Chemical Regulations Database is a unique database that contains regulatory information for over 500 chemicals. The regulatory information that applies to each chemical is derived from seven major regulatory groups of standards, including the Resource Conservation & Recovery Act (RCRA), Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation & Liability Act (CERCLA) and ...
Hazardous Chemical Regulations Database
Hazardous Chemical Regulations Database is a unique database that contains regulatory information for over 500 chemicals. The regulatory information that applies to each chemical is derived from seven major regulatory groups of standards, including the Resource Conservation & Recovery Act (RCRA), Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation & Liability Act (CERCLA) and Superfund Ammendment & Reauthorization Act (SARA), Clean Water Act (CWA), Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), 1990 Clean Air Act (CAA), Worker Exposure Information, and other information. The database is available on 3-1/2 and 5-1/4 diskettes and can be used on IBM or IBM-compatible equipment. Chemical manufacturers, chemical formulators, environmental engineers, environmental chemists, industrial hygienists, toxicologists, lawyers, and federal and state regulators should consider Hazardous Chemical Regulations Database essential in order to stay abreast of the latest regulatory information affecting hazardous chemicals. INFORMATION PROVIDED for EACH REGULATORY GROUP OF STANDARDS Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). This includes chemicals regulated using TCLP or P and U waste or that are on EPA's Appendix 8 or Appendix 9 (groundwater) Lists. EPA method numbers are referenced for the Appendix 9 compounds. Also RCRA treatment standards are provided including Restricted Waste Numbers, and Permissible Constituent Concentrations in waste extracts and in wastes. Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) and Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act (SARA) These include Final Reportable Quantities, Threshold Planning Quantities, Statutory Reportable Quantities, and Title III Section 313 hazardous chemicals with their reportable De minimus percents. Clean Water Act (CWA) This includes industrial wastewaters with chemicals defined as toxic pollutants , conventional pollutants , and/or priority pollutants . Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) This includes chemicals listed in the 1986/1988 standard, the 1991 Second Triennial List, National Secondary Drinking Water (NSDW) regulations, or the National Primary Drinking Water (NPDW) regulations (the latter includes both current and future NPDW standards with Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCL) and MCL Goals). 1990 Clean Air Act (CAA) This includes 40 CFR Part 61 hazardous air pollutants and National Ambient Air Quality (NAAQ) standards (the latter includes both primary and secondary standards with annual or hourly average permissible concentrations). It also includes the 1990 Title 3 Hazardous Air Pollutants. Worker Exposure Information This includes the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) ratings (for health, flammability, and reactivity), carcinogenicity (as defined by listings in the NTP 5th Annual Report or an 1ARC monograph), OSHA federally enforceable exposure limits, and the America Conference of Governmental Industrial hygienists (ACGIH) Threshold Limit Values (TLVs). Other Information This includes notations for state regulated chemicals for Massachusetts, New Jersey and California (Proposition 65 chemicals exhibiting reproductive toxicity or cancer causing properties), Canada's Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) minimum percentage concentration levels for regulation, and the U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) identification number for shipping regulated substances.
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Hazardous Chemical Regulations Database

by Taryn G. Scholz, Donald A. Flory, Lawrence H. Keith
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Completely revised and updated, Herbal Remedies on CD-ROM, Fifth Edition provides information on more than 1,100 plants and 1,200 drugs, including general descriptions, etymology of names, botanical descriptions, habitats, toxicities, scientific synonyms, and vernacular names. You get essentially 4,500 pages worth of printed information in an easily accessible and searchable ...
Herbal Remedies, 5th Edition (CD-ROM)
Completely revised and updated, Herbal Remedies on CD-ROM, Fifth Edition provides information on more than 1,100 plants and 1,200 drugs, including general descriptions, etymology of names, botanical descriptions, habitats, toxicities, scientific synonyms, and vernacular names. You get essentially 4,500 pages worth of printed information in an easily accessible and searchable format. Plant Monographs General description Etymology of names Botanical description Habitat, flowering, and harvesting times Toxicity and protection status Botanical synonyms and related species Scientific synonyms Vernacular names More than 1,500 color photographs Images and/or historical drawings of the plant or details of the plant List of related drugs Drug Monographs Usage Dosage Modes of action Use restrictions Characteristics Substances Scientific synonyms Vernacular names Indications Quality and safety status References to international pharmacopoeias other literature The information can be searched by scientific names and synonyms; vernacular names with subselection of a language; substances with subselection of substance groups; indications with subselection of indication groups; and pharmacopoeias. It includes a complete reference list, a glossary, and a substance list with CAS references. With its flexible format and easy-to-use search capabilities, Herbal References on CD-ROM gives you rapid access to the information you use on a daily basis.
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The Quality Control Advisor and GC Advisor provides answers, explanations, and definitions for selecting the QC samples and GC detectors needed to meet your specific data quality objectives. It takes the guesswork out of these critical aspects of sampling and analysis. The program covers quality control samples such as instrument ...
Quality Control Advisor and GC Advisor
The Quality Control Advisor and GC Advisor provides answers, explanations, and definitions for selecting the QC samples and GC detectors needed to meet your specific data quality objectives. It takes the guesswork out of these critical aspects of sampling and analysis. The program covers quality control samples such as instrument blanks, solvent blanks, laboratory blank spikes, field blank spikes, QC check samples, trip blanks, equipment blanks, material blanks, background samples, area control samples, duplicate samples, replicate samples, and replicate analyses. The program will help you save time and money by eliminating QC samples not needed and by making sure you don't forget the QC samples needed for your specific objectives. If you already have analytical data, you can input the QC samples you have and the program will advise what kinds of QC data quality objectives they can be used for, as well as indicate the type of QC information for which they cannot be used. GC detectors include mass spectrometers (full scan and selected ion monitoring), electron capture, electrolytic conductivity, nitrogen/phosphorous, flame photometric, flame ionization, and photoionization. The advantages and disadvantages of each are presented along with recommendations for which detectors to use based on confidence level, sensitivity, selectivity, and pollutant types. This program is based on the ACS Principles of Environmental Sampling, ACS Principles of Environmental Analysis, L.H. Keith's Environmental Sampling and Analysis-A Practical Guide, and J. K. Taylor's Quality Assurance of Chemical Measurements. They are essential for anyone who plans or participates in sampling and analytical activities or uses data from environmental analytical laboratories.
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