R D Lingg et al.
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 11(2), 173-183 (1982-01-01)
Male rats were given single peroral doses of bis(1-14C-2-chloroethyl)ether ([1-14C]BCEE) (40 mg/kg) and of bis(1-14C-2-chloroisopropyl)ether ([1-14C]BCIE) (90 mg/kg). Excretion of 14CO2 and urinary 14C was followed for 48 hr. The time required to eliminate one half of the dose was...
[Medical topics: bischloromethyl ether and lung cancer].
[Kango] Japanese journal of nursing, 37(14), 82-82 (1985-12-01)
L M Gwinner et al.
Carcinogenesis, 4(11), 1483-1486 (1983-11-01)
The roles of chloroethylene oxide (CEO) and chloroacetaldehyde (CAA) in carcinogenicity of vinyl chloride (VC) have been studied by comparing biological effects of VC exposure with those of 2,2'-dichlorodiethylether (bis(chloroethyl)ether, BCEE) as a metabolic precursor of CAA. Biological end-points investigated...
Maria D M Mutuc et al.
Chemosphere, 70(8), 1390-1398 (2007-12-07)
This study examined the feasibility of using surface catalyzed Fenton treatment to remediate soil and groundwater contaminated by the chlorinated ethers, bis(2-chloroethyl) ether (BCEE) and bis(2-chloroethoxy) methane (BCEM). Parameters that affect the contaminant loss rate such as porewater pH, hydrogen...
Alex Christensen et al.
Water research, 43(16), 3910-3921 (2009-05-12)
The objective of this study was to evaluate the extent of improvement in the biodegradability of persistent organic compounds by pre-oxidation by using Sequential Batch Reactors (SBRs). Dichlorodiethyl ether (DCDE), a non-biodegradable compound, was used as a test chemical. Ozonation...