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Discount Brominated Flame Retardants Product Description Chemical name:Dibromoneopentyl Glycol Other name:2,2-Bis(bromomethyl)-1,3-propanediol It is a brominated flame retardant, previously shown to be a multisite carcinogen in experimental animals. The compound is used as a fire retardant in unsaturated polyester resins, in molded products, and in rigid polyurethane foam. It shows clear evidence of carcinogenicity and genotoxicity activity. Notes: Reactive flame retardant for unsaturated polyesters and polyurethane rigid foams; flame retardant intermediate Class: Specialty Chemicals, Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Chemicals Functions: Intermediates, Flame Retardant Biodegradation of dibromoneopentyl glycol by a bacterial consortium Dibromoneopentyl glycol (DBNPG) is a brominated flame retardant that is used as an additive during the manufacture of plastic polymers and as a chemical intermediate for other flame retardants. It is classified as not readily biodegradable and based on experimental studies in animals is believed to be a carcinogen. We have demonstrated, to the best of our knowledge for the first time, the complete biodegradation of DBNPG under aerobic conditions. Total organic carbon (TOC) analysis indicates the complete mineralization of DBNPG. DBNPG biodegradation was accompanied by the release of bromide into the medium, probably due to a biological debromination reaction by bacterial consortia. A denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) analysis of PCR amplified 16S rRNA gene was used, to characterize the bacterial consortia involved in DBNPG biodegradation. At least seven bacterial species were found to be involved in this process, among them species with similarity to strains that are known for their dehalogenating ability.Discount Brominated Flame Retardants website:

Discount Brominated Flame Retardants