By John J. Clary
The Toxicology of Methanol provides a unmarried resource of knowledge and an knowing of the toxicity of methanol from animal information, strength environmental results in addition to human effects. The animal facts, which matches to creating up nearly all of the information at the toxicity of methanol and the mechanism of motion, is reviewed because it pertains to the capability toxicity in humans.Content:
Chapter 1 Methanol creation and Markets: previous, current, and destiny (pages 1–10): Gregory A. Dolan
Chapter 2 Methanol: destiny and shipping within the setting (pages 11–46): Rula A. Deeb, Todd L. Anderson, Michael C. Kavanaugh and Lauren A. Kell
Chapter three Human Toxicity (pages 47–72): John J. Clary
Chapter four basic Animal and Aquatic Toxicity (pages 73–106): John J. Clary
Chapter five Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology of Methanol (pages 107–143): John M. Rogers, Jeffrey S. reward and Stanley Barone
Chapter 6 Exploring variations among PBPK versions of Methanol Disposition in Mice and people: very important classes discovered (pages 145–167): Thomas B. Starr
Chapter 7 Oxidative tension and Species variations within the Metabolism, Developmental Toxicity, and Carcinogenic power of Methanol and Ethanol (pages 169–253): Peter G. Wells, Gordon P. McCallum, Lutfiya Miller, Michelle Siu and J. Nicole Sweeting
Chapter eight Methanol and melanoma (pages 255–281): John J. Clary
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6). , 1992). In conclusion, methanol is expected to bioaccumulate slightly less than ethanol, and significantly less than benzene and most other more hydrophobic constituents in gasoline. Small quantities of methanol introduced into mammals as a result of bioaccumulation from methanol fuel releases may be rapidly metabolized, thus reducing any long-term effect. Volatilization Volatilization is not a primary source of loss for methanol since methanol has a low air/water partition coefficient and the rate of biodegradation most likely exceeds the rate of volatilization.
The rate of methanol dissolution into the subsurface following a release is similar to the rate of ethanol dissolution because methanol and ethanol have similar properties. Heermann and Powers (1997, 1998) studied the partitioning behavior of ethanol and BTEX compounds from an ethanol-blended gasoline. According to Heermann (1998, personal communication), the aqueous concentration of ethanol due to dissolution of ethanol-blended gasoline is dependent on the concentration of PARTITIONING OF METHANOL IN THE ENVIRONMENT 21 ethanol in the gasoline and on mass transfer limitations in subsurface systems.
The Toxicology of Methanol by John J. Clary