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PAH

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are a group of organic compounds characterized by the presence of multiple linked aromatic rings. They primarily form during incomplete combustion of organic matter such as coal, petroleum, and wood. PAHs are found in air, soil, water, and various petroleum-derived products. Certain polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are carcinogenic and mutagenic, raising environmental and health concerns. Human exposure sources include tobacco smoke, industrial emissions, air pollution, and food contamination. Some PAHs are linked to respiratory issues, immune disorders, and cancers. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) targets 16 priority PAHs due to their toxicity. Regulations aim to reduce industrial emissions, and environmental monitoring employs sophisticated methods. The persistence of PAHs presents challenges, prompting research and the promotion of safer alternatives to minimize human and environmental exposure.

83-32-9

Acenaphthene

83-32-9
15067-26-2

Acenaphthene D10

15067-26-2
1719-06-8

Anthracene D10

1719-06-8
53-96-3

Fluorene-2-Acetamido

53-96-3
17135-78-3

Anthracene-2-chloro

17135-78-3
613-14-9

Anthracene-2-hydroxy

613-14-9
613-31-0

Anthracene-9,10-dihydro

613-31-0
56524-76-6

1,8-Di-OH-4,5-di(ME-amino)-9,10-anthracenedione

56524-76-6
78832-53-8

Naphthalene-1-amino D7

78832-53-8
93951-94-1

Naphthalene-2-amino D7

93951-94-1
93951-97-4

Acenaphthylene D8

93951-97-4
60124-83-6

Anthranilic-3,4,5,6 D4 Acid

60124-83-6
82-86-0

Acenaphthoquinone

82-86-0
275-51-4

Azulene

275-51-4
90-44-8

Anthrone

90-44-8
56-55-3

Benzo(a)anthracene

56-55-3
1718-53-2

Benzo(a)anthracene D12

1718-53-2
50-32-8

Benzo(a)pyrene

50-32-8
63466-71-7

Benzo(a)pyrene D12

63466-71-7
93951-98-5

Benzo(b)fluoranthene D12

93951-98-5