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Biomonitoring of organophosphate flame retardants and plasticizers in children Associations with house dust and housing characteristics in Japan Environ Res May doi j.envres....

Biomonitoring of organophosphorus flame retardants in a Swedish population Results from four investigations between years Rapport till Naturvårdsverket Avtal NV diarienummer NV Erika Norén, Estelle Larsson, Margareta Littorin, Margareta Maxe, Bo AG Jönsson, Christian H Lindh.

Phosphate flame retardants (PFRs) are abundant and found at the highest concentrations relative to other flame retardant chemicals in house dust however, little is known about the biological levels of PFRs and their relationship with house dust concentrationsThese relationships provide insight into major exposure pathways and potential health risksWe analyzed urine samples from

Organophosphate triesters (PEFRs) are used increasingly as flame retardants and plasticizers in a variety of applications, such as building materials, textiles, and electric and electronic equipmentThey have been proposed as alternatives to brominated flame retardantsThis updated review shows that biomonitoring has gained incrementally greater importance in evaluating human exposure to

Organophosphate flame retardants and diesters in the urine of e waste dismantling workers associations with indoor dust and implications for urinary biomonitoring Environ Sci Process Impacts Mar () doi dema.

commonly used flame retardants, those thought to be most hazardous, and some newer flame retardants, such as the organophosphorus flame retardants, which are replacing some PBDEsNTP is using a variety of approaches to find out more about these compoundsGrantee funded research In addition to NTP efforts, NIEHS funded grantees

Organophosphorous flame retardants are one of the most common groups of flame retardants (FRs)They primarily consist of organophosphate triesters (PEFRs)The total global consumption of organophosphorous compounds used as FRs was estimated to be about tons in In ,

IntroductionOrganophosphate flame retardants (OPFRs) emerged as the dominant class of flame retardants following the gradual prohibition of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) as chemical additives in consumer products due to concerns about their environmental persistence and toxicity [,].

Organophosphate flame retardants and plasticizers in the air and dust in German daycare centers and human biomonitoring in visiting children (LUPE ) EnvironInt, ( ) , pp

The group "Organophosphate Flame Retardants" is not on the Designated Chemicals list but contains compounds from two groups of chemicals that are "Brominated and Chlorinated Compounds used as Flame Retardants" and "Non halogenated Aromatic Phosphates"Triphenyl phosphate, an organophosphate flame retardantCAS Number various.