By John H. Montgomery
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Photolysis products include carbon monoxide, ethylene, free radicals, and a polymer (Calvert and Pitts, 1966). Anticipated products from the reaction of acrylonitrile with ozone or OH radicals in the atmosphere are glyoxal, formaldehyde, formic acid, and carbon dioxide (Cupitt, 1980). The major product reported from the photooxidation of acrolein with nitrogen oxides is formaldehyde with a trace of glyoxal (Altshuller, 1983). Osborne et al. (1962) reported that acrolein was stable at 30 °C and UV light (8 = 313 nm) in the presence and absence of oxygen.
1979). Acenaphth-ylene reacts with photochemically produced OH radicals and ozone in the atmosphere. 44 x 10-11 cm3/molecule sec and 5 h, respectively. 52 x 10-16 cm3/mo lecule sec and 1 h, respectively. 27 h (Atkinson, 1987). ©2000 CRC Press LLC Behymer and Hites (1985) determined the effect of different substrates on the rate of photooxidation of acenaphthylene using a rotary photoreactor equipped wi t h a 4 5 0 W medium pressure mercury lamp (8 = 300-410 nm). 2, 44, a n d 1 7 0 h , respectively.
1989a). , 1989a). 1 mg/kg (Worthing and Hance, 1991). LD 50 (inhalation) for mice 66 ppm/6-h, rats 300 mg/m3/30-min (quoted, RTECS, 1985). Acute percutaneous LD 50 for rats 231 mg/kg (W orthing and Hance, 1991). In 90-d feeding trials, the NOEL in rats is 5 mg/kg daily (W orthing and Hance, 1991). 3 ppm) ( q u o t e d , Ve r s c h u e r e n , 1 9 8 3 ) . , 1989a). , 1999). , glycerine, 1,3,6-hexanediol, $chloropropionaldehyde, 1,2,3,6-tetrahydrobenzaldehyde, $-picoline, nicotinic acid), pharmaceuticals, polyurethane, polyester resins, liquid fuel, slimicide; herbicide; anti-microbial agent; control of aquatic weeds in irrigation canals and ditches; warning agent in gases.
Groundwater Chemicals Desk Reference, 3rd Edition by John H. Montgomery