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Tin

A Burmese unit of volume approximately equivalent to 40.9 liters.

TIN

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8) With the stigma of being environmentally regulated, tin compounds are more often avoided regardless of the dosage required to sufficiently accelerate the reaction.
Danish environment minister Hans Christian Schmidt has reportedly promised a unilateral initiative to ban all hormonally active chemicals, especially phthalates and tin compounds, from children's toys.
A clear indication of a non-ionic insertion mechanism (Scheme 2) is the absence of racemization in the polymerization of L, L-lactide catalyzed by tin compounds (31).
In 1995, researchers reported that dolphins found dead along Japanese coasts had accumulated a variety of butyl tin compounds, the breakdown products of tributyl tin.
Except for nose bleeds and persistent pain in the forehead, the acute symptoms reported by the (*) The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's permissible exposure limit for organic tin compounds is 0.