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INFRARED ANALYSIS OF MARINE COATINGS AND ORGANOTIN TOXICANTS

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Title: INFRARED ANALYSIS OF MARINE COATINGS AND ORGANOTIN TOXICANTS
Creators: Frenzel, Lydia M.; Frenzel, C. A.
Issue Date: 1976
Abstract: Various marine coating systems such as vinyl butyral, coal tar epoxy, and epoxy polyamide with different organotin toxicants are being investigated to elucidate the chemistry of incorporation of the organotin compounds into the cured organic matrix and the subsequent release of organotin species into marine environments. Transmission and reflectance infrared spectroscopic methods are employed to follow the transport chemistry which is believed to involve chemical hydrolysis and mechanical erosion. The correlation between the toxicological antifouling activity of coatings containing bis-(tributyltin) oxide, tributyltin halides and/or tributyltin silicates and the organotin release rate is explored.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/9660
Other Identifiers: 1976-RA-13
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