Year 2019, Volume 5 , Issue 15, Pages 1363 - 1372 2020-01-14

TOXIC CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS DETECTION FOR THE SOCIETY SOCIAL HEALTH CARE PREVENTION

Venelin TERZİEV [1] , Stoyanka PETKOVA - GEORGİEVA [2]


Presently, there is no single detector which has all the desirable capabilities and performance functions, and currently available detectors all vary considerably in cost, performance and reliability. As such care must be taken to select a detector based on the abovementioned factors and operational requirements. Furthermore, many detector manufacturers make claims based on their own testing, some of which have not been thoroughly verified by third party laboratories. In this case we have only different stages of the same process: hazardous chemical is used in the production; concerning the hazards and subsequent problems with the legislative regulations of the finances, producers start to search for alternative technology; technology is developed and implemented; technology is used for making majority of the related product without the use of hazardous substance. In the example of phosgene – this process just begun in the near past, in the case of hydrogen cyanide – the process is near the end, and in case of other chemical process is at the end. The old technology with a hazards replaced by new one – more friendly to the environment and human health.

detection, identification techniques, toxic chemical compounds, toxic industrial chemicals
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Primary Language en
Subjects Social
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Author: Venelin TERZİEV
Country: Bulgaria


Author: Stoyanka PETKOVA - GEORGİEVA
Country: Bulgaria


Dates

Publication Date : January 14, 2020

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