Directory of Microbicides for the Protection of Materials: A Handbook, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1402028180
  • ISBN-13: 9781402028182
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 787 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2004 | Published/Released December 2006
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2004

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Overview

This book presents approximately 300 common microbicides used for the protection of materials and processes against biodeterioration. Part One reviews Microbicides with regard to the relationship between chemical structure and mode of action and activity, research and development in consideration of registration procedures, legislative aspects, and 18 uses of microbicides in the major application areas which are described in detail. Part Two, Microbicide Data, is an eagerly anticipated inventory of the 1993 Handbook of Microbicides for the Protection of Materials. In aggregate, this publication provides one of the most authoritative sources for information in this field.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Preface.
Acknowledgements.
Note from the Editor.
Contributors.
Contents.
1: Microbicides.
2: Introduction to Microbicides.
3: Relationship Between Chemical Structure and Activity or Mode of Action of Microbicides.
4: R&D in Material Protection: New Biocides.
5: Legislative Aspects.
6: United States Antimicrobial Pesticide Regulations.
7: The European Biocidal Products Directive.
8: Protection of Health - Microbicides in the Environment.
9: Fields of Application.
10: Efficacy of Biocides Against Biofilms.
11: Microbiological Control in Cooling Water Systems.
12: Recreational Water Treatment Biocides.
13: Oilfield Application for Biocides.
14: A Review of the Microbiological Degradation of Fuel.
15: Microbicides for Coolants.
16: The Microbial Spoilage of Polymer Dispersions and Its Prevention.
17: Application of Microbicides for the Storage Protection of Mineral Dispersions.
18: Protection of Cosmetics and Toiletries.
19: Food and Beverage Preservation.
20: Disinfectants and Sanitizers.
21: Microbicide Applications in the Leather Industry.
22: Microbial Degradation of Plastics.
23: Surface Coatings.
24: Pulp & Paper.
25: Microbicides for the Protection of Textiles.
26: Industrial Wood Protection.
27: Microbicide Data.
28: Organisation of Microbicide Data.
29: Alcohols.
30: Aldehydes.
31: Formaldehyde Releasing Compounds.
32: Acetaldehyde Releasing Compound.
33: Succinaldehyde Releasing Compound.
34: 2-Propenal-Releasing-Compound.
35: Phenolics.
36: Acids.
37: Acid Esters.
38: Amides.
39: Carbamates.
40: Dibenzamidines.
41: Pyridine Derivatives and Related Compounds (Benzopyridines = Quinolines).
42: Azoles.
43: Heterocylic N, S Compounds.
44: N-Haloalkylthio Compounds.
45: Compounds with Activated Halogen Atoms.
46: Surface Active Agents.
47: Organometallic Compounds.
48: Various Compounds.
49: Oxidizing Agents.
References.
Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Preface.
Acknowledgements.
Note from the Editor.
Contributors.
Contents.
1: Microbicides.
2: Introduction to Microbicides.
3: Relationship Between Chemical Structure and Activity or Mode of Action of Microbicides.
4: R&D in Material Protection: New Biocides.
5: Legislative Aspects.
6: United States Antimicrobial Pesticide Regulations.
7: The European Biocidal Products Directive.
8: Protection of Health - Microbicides in the Environment.
9: Fields of Application.
10: Efficacy of Biocides Against Biofilms.
11: Microbiological Control in Cooling Water Systems.
12: Recreational Water Treatment Biocides.
13: Oilfield Application for Biocides.
14: A Review of the Microbiological Degradation of Fuel.
15: Microbicides for Coolants.
16: The Microbial Spoilage of Polymer Dispersions and Its Prevention.
17: Application of Microbicides for the Storage Protection of Mineral Dispersions.
18: Protection of Cosmetics and Toiletries.
19: Food and Beverage Preservation.
20: Disinfectants and Sanitizers.
21: Microbicide Applications in the Leather Industry.
22: Microbial Degradation of Plastics.
23: Surface Coatings.
24: Pulp & Paper.
25: Microbicides for the Protection of Textiles.
26: Industrial Wood Protection.
27: Microbicide Data.
28: Organisation of Microbicide Data.
29: Alcohols.
30: Aldehydes.
31: Formaldehyde Releasing Compounds.
32: Acetaldehyde Releasing Compound.
33: Succinaldehyde Releasing Compound.
34: 2-Propenal-Releasing-Compound.
35: Phenolics.
36: Acids.
37: Acid Esters.
38: Amides.
39: Carbamates.
40: Dibenzamidines.
41: Pyridine Derivatives and Related Compounds (Benzopyridines = Quinolines).
42: Azoles.
43: Heterocylic N, S Compounds.
44: N-Haloalkylthio Compounds.
45: Compounds with Activated Halogen Atoms.
46: Surface Active Agents.
47: Organometallic Compounds.
48: Various Compounds.
49: Oxidizing Agents.
References.
Index.