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PCB/PBB/BDE

The PCBs, or polychlorinated biphenyls, are a group of synthetic chlorinated organic compounds widely used in various industrial applications, including electrical transformers, capacitors, hydraulic fluids, and insulators. Their production has been banned in many countries due to adverse effects on human health and the environment. As persistent organic pollutants (POPs), PCBs are chemically stable, not easily decomposing, and accumulate in sediments, soils, and organisms, spreading through the air, causing global contamination. Linked to human health issues, they impact the reproductive, immune, and neurological systems, raising ongoing health concerns. Decontamination efforts involve removing PCB-containing equipment and proper waste management. Continuous monitoring of PCB levels is crucial to assess progress and safeguard human health and ecosystems.

5436-43-1

BDE 047

5436-43-1
182346-21-0

BDE 085

182346-21-0
446255-39-6

BDE 196

446255-39-6
446255-30-7

BDE 191

446255-30-7
6876-00-2

BDE 002

6876-00-2
189084-60-4

BDE 032

189084-60-4
437701-79-6

BDE 207

437701-79-6
2051-60-7

PCB 001

2051-60-7
2051-62-9

PCB 003

2051-62-9
2050-68-2

PCB 015

2050-68-2
38380-01-7

PCB 099

38380-01-7
33979-03-2

PCB 155

33979-03-2
52663-70-4

PCB 177

52663-70-4
52663-77-1

PCB 208

52663-77-1
38444-84-7

PCB 020

38444-84-7
52663-71-5

PCB 171

52663-71-5
74472-35-8

PCB 109

74472-35-8
52663-78-2

PCB 195

52663-78-2
1219794-68-9

PCB 101 D3

1219794-68-9
1219799-24-2

PCB 114 D4

1219799-24-2