Organotin Compounds

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Tin And Organotin Compounds

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ISBN : UIUC:30112077271507
Genre : Composés organostanniques - Aspect de l'environnement
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Organotin Compounds

Author : Jerry J. Zuckerman
ISBN : UOM:39015015992376
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Organotin Compounds

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ISBN : OCLC:8532233
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Non Pesticidal Organotin Compounds

Author : Canada. Environment Canada
ISBN : UOM:39015032194873
Genre : Environmental monitoring
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"Available data were considered insufficient to conclude whether 7 of the 44 substances on PSL1 were "toxic" to human health under Paragraph 11(c) of CEPA 1988. The Assessment Reports for each of the seven substances on PSL 1 for which a conclusion could not be reached have now been updated based on a comprehensive search to identify recent critical new data. Each of the Assessment Reports briefly reviews the reasons for determining that the available data were "insufficient to conclude" whether these PSL1 substances were "toxic" under CEPA 1988"--Health Canada PSL web site.
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Author : Leopold Gmelin
ISBN : STANFORD:36105006377555
Genre : Science
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Author : Herbert Schumann
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Organotin Compounds As Catalysts In The Transesterification Of Triglycerides

Author : E. S. Looi
ISBN : OCLC:969341317
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The viability of organotin compounds (R4Sn, R3SnX, R2SnX2 and RSnX3) as catalysts for the transesterification of palm-oil triglycerides with methanol has been investigated. Only the dioranotin compounds were found to be effective catalysts for the methanolysis of tripalmitin, and particularly effective was dioctyltin oxide, for which a quantitative conversion was obtained. Our results also show that high conversions were obtained with X=alkoxide. The trans-esterification reaction was sodium hydroxide. Thin layer chromatography was used to identify the products qualitatively.