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Antimony Compounds

Antimony metal is a very brittle, moderately hard metal. (1) The chemical symbol for antimony is Sb, and it has an atomic weight of 121.75 g/mol. (1) The chemical formula for antimony xide is O 3 Sb 2, and its molecular weight is 291.50 g/mol. (1) Conversion Factors: To convert concentrations in air (at 25°C) from ppm to mg/m 3: mg/m 3

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Human Exposure

In the United States, antimony(III) xide (Sb2O3) is the most commercially significant form of processed antimony. In nature, Sb2O3 exists in minerals such as valentinite and senarmontite (ATSDR 2017; …

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Revised Draft: Report on Carcinogens Monograph on …

released a draft concept document, "Antimony xide," which outlined the rationale and proposed the approach for the review, for public comment. The ORoC also presented the draft to ... Questions related to the evaluation of properties and human exposure information • What are the physicochemical properties of antimony(III) xide and ...

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Antimony Oxides

Some antimony compounds that are used as flame retardants are antimony xide, antimony pentoxide and antimony-metal compounds. 1. News related to Flame Retardants / Smoke Suppressants > Antimony Oxides . May 20, 2022 | Industry News Global Flame Retardants Market to Reach 14 Bn Dollars by 2030: AMR . …

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Antimony in Food Contact Materials and Plastics: …

In contrast to the Groth study, a chronic inhalation study (52 weeks exposure followed by 27 weeks of observation, 0 ppm and three treatment groups) in male and F344 rats exposed to antimony xide as dust failed to observed treatment-related lung neoplasms, though lung inflammation and other clinical lung-related problems were ...

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Antimony in Drinking-water

and documentation related to aspects of protection and control of public drinking-water quality is accordingly prepared/updated. Since the first edition of the GDWQ, WHO has published information on health ... Antimony Sb Antimony xide (ATO) Sb2O3 Potassium antimony tartrate (APT) 2 KSbOC4H4O6

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Proposition 65 | New Fact Sheet on Antimony xide

As of January 2020, California has banned the sale and distribution of new upholstered furniture, mattresses, and certain children's products made for residential use if they contain more than 0.1% of certain flame retardant-related chemicals, including antimony xide. How does exposure to antimony xide? Antimony xide can leach ...

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Antimony xide and Antimony Trisulfide

Antimony xide is a dimorphic crystalline solid existing in an orthorhombic configuration as the mineral valentinite and in cubic form as senarmontite ( Weast, 1985 ). Antimony trisulfide in its mineral form, …

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RoC Profile: Antimony xide; 15th RoC 2021

Antimony xide CAS No. Reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen First listed in the Fifteenth Report on Carcinogens (2021) ... were dose-related. At other tissue sites, antimony xide exposure significantly in-creased the incidences of malignant lymphoma (cancer of the white blood cells) in mice; skin …

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Antimony xide — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

Antimony(III) oxide is the inorganic compound with the formula Sb2O3. It is the most important commercial compound of antimony. It is found in nature as the minerals valentinite and senarmontite. Like most polymeric oxides, Sb2O3 dissolves in aqueous solutions with hydrolysis. A mixed arsenic-antimony oxide occurs in nature as the very …

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Antimony xide

10. Antimony xide. THIS chapter reviews the physical and chemical properties, toxicokinetics, toxicological, epidemiological, and …

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Draft Report on Carcinogens Concept Antimony xide

antimony xide, (2) flame retardant in textiles, (3) flame retardant in plastics, (4) flame ... In 2010, 273 facilities with antimony xide-related activities reported a total of 11,635 lb/yr released into the air (EPA 2014). The European Union (2008) estimated that antimony xide levels in outdoor air are 0.003 µg/m. 3 .

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ANTIMONY XIDE | CAMEO Chemicals | NOAA

General Description. Antimony xide is a white crystalline solid. It is insoluble in water. The primary hazard is the threat to the environment. Immediate steps should be taken to limit its spread to the environment. It is used to fireproof fabrics, paper and plastics, as a paint pigment and for many other uses.

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CHAPTER 7. REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES

Antimony xide Group 2Bd Antimony trisulfide Group 3e Occupational OSHA PEL (8-hour TWA) for general industry, shipyards and construction (antimony and compounds, as Sb) 0.5 mg/m3 OSHA 2018a, 2018b, 2018c. NIOSH REL (up to 10-hour TWA) Antimony and compounds (as Sb) 0.5 mg/m: 3:

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Chemical Identification and Properties

1.1. Properties of Antimony(III) xide and Other Antimony Compounds. Antimony(III) xide exists as an odorless white powder or …

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RoC Review of Antimony xide

CASRN: Status: RoC: Reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen Profile: Antimony xide (197.31 KB) Background Information Antimony …

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ANTIMONY XIDE HAZARD SUMMARY Antimony …

* Antimony xide can cause headaches, poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, dry throat, and loss of sleep. * Prolonged or repeated contact can cause ulcers or sores in ... * If you think you are experiencing any work-related health problems, see a doctor trained to recognize occupational diseases. Take this Fact Sheet with you.

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How can I limit my exposure to antimony oxide in accordance with

WARNING: This product can expose you to antimony oxide (antimony xide), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to Can you tell me more about this warning? Is the antimony oxide inside of the device? How can I limit my exposure? ENVIRONMENT: CAUSE: …

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Occupational exposure to antimony xide: a risk …

Antimony xide has been detected in the lungs, blood and urine of workers in occupational settings where antimony is processed, and biomonitoring data indicate that …

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Antimony xide and Antimony Trisulfide

Three workers with pulmonary changes related to exposure to antimony xide excreted 425, 480 and 680 μg/l antimony in urine, while another patient with antimony pneumoconiosis had urinary levels of 55 and 28 μg/l seven months and four years after retirement, respectively (McCallum, 1963).

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The exposure to and health effects of antimony

Antimony xide exposure is predominant in smelters. Mining and exposure via glass working, soldering, and brazing are also important. Conclusion: ... As a potential role of antimony as a confounder in human health studies related to arsenic in drinking water, tube-well water concentrations of antimony and arsenic were analysed in the Pabna ...

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Chemical Identification and Properties

This section provides information on the physical and chemical properties of antimony(III) xide (Sb2O3) and on antimony compounds with toxicological and other relevant information (Sections 3, 4, 5, and 6). As mentioned in the Introduction and Methods, toxicological information (Section 6) and information on properties for other antimony …

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Antimony xide

· Antimony xide is a chemical added to some flame retardants to make them more effective in consumer products, including upholstered furniture, textiles, ... if these products contain more than 0.1% of certain flame retardant-related chemicals, including antimony xide. · Antimony xide is also used to manufacture some polyethylene ...

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Antimony xide; CASRN

The antimony xide was determined to be 99.68% pure. The rats were exposed (whole body) in 6 cu.m stainless steel and glass chambers with a calculated air ... related or consistent across time periods. However, an increase in mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration was seen in both sexes exposed to the high concentration for 12 months. This

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Antimony | Definition, Symbol, Uses, & Facts | Britannica

antimony (Sb), a metallic element belonging to the nitrogen group (Group 15 [Va] of the periodic table ). Antimony exists in many allotropic forms (physically distinct conditions that result from different arrangements of the same atoms in molecules or crystals ). Antimony is a lustrous silvery bluish white solid that is very brittle and has a ...

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1. ehemical and Physical Data

antimony xide - MoL. wt: 291.50 antimony triulfide - MoL. wt: 339.68 Antimony xide is a dimorphic cistalline solid existing in an orthorhombic configu-ration as the minerai valentinite and in cubic form as senarmontite (Weast, 1985). Antimony triulfide in its minera form, stihnite, is an orthorhombic-bipyramidal cistalline structure

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Antimony xide

Why am I being warned about potential exposure to antimony xide? Antimony xide is on the Proposition 65 list because it can cause cancer. Exposure to antimony xide …

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Antimony xide

Antimony xide is a white solid. It is the most common antimony compound. It does not dissolve in water. It reacts with oxidizing agents to make antimony pentoxide and with reducing agents to make antimony or stibine. It reacts with concentrated acids to make antimony (III) salts and dissolves in strong bases .

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Initial Statement of Reasons: Antimony xide; Proposition …

antimony xide is based on a carcinogenicity study in rodents and was derived using ... In addition, a small, treatment-related, and statistically significant increase in the incidence of fibrous histiocytoma or fibrosarcoma (combined) in the skin was observed (0/50, 1/50, 3/50, 4/50) . The tumor incidence data used to estimate cancer ...

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Antimony and its compounds: Health impacts related to …

Antimony and its compounds: Health impacts related to pulmonary toxicity, cancer, and genotoxicity - ScienceDirect Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology Volume …

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Antimony xide

Antimony xide and antimony trisulfide. Pp. 291–305 in IARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, Vol. 47, Some Organic Solvents, Resin Monomers and Related Compounds, …

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Antimony and its compounds: Health impacts related to …

Although occupational exposure to antimony and its compounds can produce pulmonary toxicity, human carcinogenic impacts have not been observed. Inhalation studies with respirable antimony xide particles administered to rats and mice have, however, induced carcinogenic responses in the lungs and related tissue sites.

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MonogRaph on antiMony xide

Table 2-1. U.S. Antimony(III) xide and Antimony Compound Production Volumes for 2015 Exceeding 1 Million Pounds per Year Ranked by Quantity .....21 Table …

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Antimony xide

Antimony xide. Antimony xide (ATO) contains the semimetallic element antimony and is the predominant form of antimony released into the environment from human …

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