• ANTIMONY XIDE HAZARD SUMMARY Antimony Trioxide ...

    HAZARD SUMMARY * Antimony Trioxide can affect you when breathed in. * Antimony Trioxide should be handled as a CARCINOGEN--WITH EXTREME CAUTION. * Contact can irritate and may burn the eyes and skin and cause an itchy skin rash. * Exposure to Antimony Trioxide can irritate the nose, mouth, throat and lungs causing cough, wheezing and/or

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  • Biomonitoring Summary CDC

    Apr 07, 2017  Biomonitoring Summary. Related Pages. Antimony. CAS No. 7440-36-0. General Information. Antimony is found in ores or other minerals, often combined with oxygen to form antimony trioxide or with sulfur to form stibnite. Antimony can exist in one of four valences in its various chemical and physical forms: -3, 0, +3, and +5. It is used in metal ...

  • Antimony Trioxide and Antimony Trisulfide (IARC Summary ...

    Name: Antimony sulfide 5. Summary of Data Reported and Evaluation 5.1 Exposure data. Antimony trioxide is produced from stibnite ores (antimony trisulfide) or as a by-product of lead smelting and production. It is used mainly in fire-retardant formulations for plastics, rubbers, textiles, paper and paints. ...

  • Antimony trioxide; CASRN 1309-64-4

    Chemical Assessment Summary National Center for Environmental Assessment 1 Antimony trioxide; CASRN 1309-64-4 Human health assessment information on a chemical substance is included in the IRIS database only after a comprehensive review of toxicity data, as outlined in the . IRIS assessment development process.

  • Antimony Compounds - United States Environmental ...

    Antimony is a silvery-white metal that is found in the earth's crust. Antimony ores are mined and then either changed to antimony metal or combined with oxygen to form antimony oxide. (1) Antimony trioxide is a white powder that is very slightly soluble in water. (1) Antimony metal is a very brittle, moderately hard metal. (1)

  • Antimony Trioxide - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Jul 01, 2006  A.M. Emsley, G.C. Stevens, in Advances in Fire Retardant Materials, 2008. Antimony trioxide. Antimony trioxide (ATO) is commonly used as a co-synergist with halogenated flame retardants to enhance their effectiveness. Recent comprehensive genotoxicity studies and a critical review by the European Commission have indicated that, contrary to the indications of earlier less well

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  • Antimony trioxide - Wikipedia

    OverviewSafetyProduction and propertiesStructureUsesFurther readingExternal links

    Antimony(III) oxide has suspected carcinogenic potential for humans. Its TLV is 0.5 mg/m , as for most antimony compounds. No other human health hazards were identified for antimony(III) oxide, and no risks to human health and the environment were identified from the production and use of antimony trioxide in daily life.

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  • Antimony trioxide (Antimony oxide) - Canada.ca

    How Is It used?Why Did The Government of Canada Assess It?How Are Canadians Exposed to It?How Is It Released to The Environment?What Are The Results of The Assessment?What Is The Government of Canada Doing?What Can Canadians do?1. In Canada, antimony trioxide is primarily used in combination with other compounds to provide flame retardant properties. Flame retardants used in household items such as mattress covers, furniture and carpets may contain antimony trioxide. 2. Antimony trioxide is also used in the manufacturing of a plastic material known as polyethylene terephthalate (PET). 3. Antimony trioxide is both manufactured in and imported into Canada.
  • Diantimony trioxide - Substance Information - ECHA

    Dust-free antimony trioxide . Registration dossier . flame retardant masterbatch . Registration dossier . Timonox® Blue Star . Registration dossier . Other identifiers . 051-005-00-X . CL Inventory . Index Number. 10042-99-6 . Other . CAS number. 12423-58-4 . Other . CAS number. 1309-64-4 .

  • Antimony Trioxide - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    S.C. Gad, in Encyclopedia of Toxicology (Third Edition), 2014. Animal. Antimony trioxide has an oral LD 50 in rats of >20 000 mg kg −1.The relatively low toxicity of this compound is due to its extremely low solubility in water. Mouse intraperitoneal LD 50 = 172 mg kg −1.Studies where cats and dogs were exposed orally to ATO at 100 mg kg −1 showed no toxic effects; however, animal ...

  • Global Antimony Trioxide Market to Reach $1.4 Billion by ...

    Jul 02, 2019  The global antimony trioxide market is expected to reach an estimated $1.4 billion by 2024 and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 3.8% from 2019 to 2024.. The future of the antimony trioxide

  • Antimony - Wikipedia

    Antimony is stable in air at room temperature, but reacts with oxygen if heated to produce antimony trioxide, Sb 2 O 3. [6] : 758 Antimony is a silvery, lustrous gray metalloid with a Mohs scale hardness of 3, which is too soft to make hard objects; coins of antimony were issued in China's Guizhou province in 1931 but the durability was poor ...

  • Antimony(III) oxide Sb2O3 - PubChem

    Antimony trioxide, United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Reference Standard Antimony(III) oxide, nanopowder, <250 nm particle size (TEM), >=99.9% trace metals basis PubChem

  • Antimony Trioxide Market Report by Application, Function ...

    The antimony trioxide market is expected to reach an estimated $1.4 billion by 2024 and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 3.8% from 2019 to 2024. The major drivers for this market are increasing safety and security measures for smoke and flammability in construction and electrical electronics industries. ... Below is a brief summary of the ...

  • What is Antimony? - Definition, Uses Facts Study

    Fact #2: Although fairly stable at room temperature, if it is heated, antimony will react with oxygen to form a compound called antimony trioxide. This compound is very useful in a wide variety of ...

  • TSCA Work Plan Chemical Risk Assessment Antimony Trioxide ...

    The Work Plan Chemical Risk Assessment for Antimony Trioxide (ATO) was prepared based on currently available data and any additional information received during the public comment period and peer review process.

  • Draft Report on Carcinogens Concept Antimony Trioxide

    antimony trioxide companies conducted largely in the 1970’s which were usually conducted as part of health hazard evaluations or for an epidemiological study (Schnorr. et al. 1995). In studies of smelters or antimony trioxide producers, antimony levels ranged from 50 to 6200 µg/m. 3 . in breathing zone samples and 140 to 5600 µg/m. 3

  • Antimony - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    The antimony electrode is simply a piece of pure antimony rod (~12 mm diameter, 140 mm long), housed in a protective plastic body resistant to acid attack; see Figure 24.25.The protruding antimony rod, when immersed in a solution containing dissolved oxygen, becomes coated with antimony trioxide Sb 2 O 3, and the equilibria governing the electrode potential are

  • Antimony Statistics and Information - USGS

    Stibnite (Sb 2 S 3) is the predominant ore mineral of antimony. The most important use of antimony metal is as a hardener in lead for storage batteries. The metal also finds applications in solders and other alloys. Antimony trioxide is the most important of the antimony compounds and is primarily used in flame-retardant formulations.

  • Type 1 15 oz Osna Vinyl Wallcovering by Vescom America Inc ...

    SUBSTANCE NOTES: Trace amount of antimony trioxide may be present in the PET at less than 50 ppm. ADHESIVE %: 3.0000 - 4.0000 Type 1 15 oz Osna Vinyl Wallcovering hpdrepository.hpd-collaborative.org HPD v2.2 created via HPDC Builder Page 6 of 11

  • Current Regulatory Limit:

    TEL antimony trioxide = 0.2 ug/m3 x 0.2 (RSC) = 0.04 ug/m3. TEL antimony = TEL antimony trioxide multiplied by MW conversion factor = 0.04 ug/m3 x 0.418 = 0.0167 ug/m3 (rounded to 0.02 ug/m3) The USEPA RfC is the only chronic noncancer inhalation toxicity value available for antimony trioxide.

  • Summary of currently available scientific data on antimony ...

    Summary of currently available scientific data on antimony trioxide Background: risk assessment on antimony trioxide A Risk Assessment on Diantimony Trioxide was carried out in accordance with Council Regulation (EEC) 793/93 on the evaluation and control of the risks of „existing‟ substances. The report of this risk assessment was finalised ...

  • Public Health Goal - OEHHA

    Sb/L), antimony ions will nonetheless be liberated from dissolved diantimony trioxide over time, albeit at a slower rate than the more soluble antimony compounds such as antimony chlorides. The report notes that the toxicity of antimony is expected to be exerted through its ions and, “In the environment, antimony. .

  • HEAST Summary - Risk Assessment

    Health Effects Assessment Summary (HEAST) for Antimony Trioxide CAS: 001309-64-4

  • Antimony Statistics and Information - USGS

    Stibnite (Sb 2 S 3) is the predominant ore mineral of antimony. The most important use of antimony metal is as a hardener in lead for storage batteries. The metal also finds applications in solders and other alloys. Antimony trioxide is the most important of the antimony compounds and is primarily used in flame-retardant formulations.

  • Type 1 15 oz Osna Vinyl Wallcovering by Vescom America Inc ...

    SUBSTANCE NOTES: Trace amount of antimony trioxide may be present in the PET at less than 50 ppm. ADHESIVE %: 3.0000 - 4.0000 Type 1 15 oz Osna Vinyl Wallcovering hpdrepository.hpd-collaborative.org HPD v2.2 created via HPDC Builder Page 6 of 11

  • Current Regulatory Limit:

    TEL antimony trioxide = 0.2 ug/m3 x 0.2 (RSC) = 0.04 ug/m3. TEL antimony = TEL antimony trioxide multiplied by MW conversion factor = 0.04 ug/m3 x 0.418 = 0.0167 ug/m3 (rounded to 0.02 ug/m3) The USEPA RfC is the only chronic noncancer inhalation toxicity value available for antimony trioxide.

  • Summary of currently available scientific data on antimony ...

    Summary of currently available scientific data on antimony trioxide Background: risk assessment on antimony trioxide A Risk Assessment on Diantimony Trioxide was carried out in accordance with Council Regulation (EEC) 793/93 on the evaluation and control of the risks of „existing‟ substances. The report of this risk assessment was finalised ...

  • Public Health Goal - OEHHA

    Sb/L), antimony ions will nonetheless be liberated from dissolved diantimony trioxide over time, albeit at a slower rate than the more soluble antimony compounds such as antimony chlorides. The report notes that the toxicity of antimony is expected to be exerted through its ions and, “In the environment, antimony. .

  • HEAST Summary - Risk Assessment

    Health Effects Assessment Summary (HEAST) for Antimony Trioxide CAS: 001309-64-4

  • Antimony Antimony Trioxide Market Size Research Report ...

    Apr 22, 2020  Antimony and Antimony Trioxide Market by Applications: ... 2 Executive Summary. 2.1 Global Antimony and Antimony Trioxide Production. 2.1.1 Global Antimony and Antimony Trioxide Revenue 2014-2025.

  • Risk of Cancer for Workers Exposed to Antimony Compounds ...

    Nov 14, 2019  Background: Antimony (Sb) trioxide and antimony trisulfide are “2B: Possibly carcinogenic to humans” and “3: Unclassifiable” according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). The U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP) concluded that antimony trioxide “is reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen based on ...

  • Antimony Market Size, Share, Growth by Forecast to 2023 ...

    May 08, 2020  The antimony trioxide segment dominated the market in 2017 as this type of antimony is extensively used in flame retardant applications. ... 1 Executive Summary

  • Antimony Market Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2020 - 2025)

    Antimony Market - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2020 - 2025) The market is segmented by Type (Metal Ingot, Antimony Trioxide, Antimony Pentoxide, Alloys, and Other Types), Application (Flame Retardant, Lead Acid Batteries, Alloy Strengthening Agent, Fiberglass Composites, Catalyst, and Other Applications), and Geography (Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe, South America, and Middle East

  • ATSDR - ToxFAQs™: Antimony

    Mar 03, 2011  Summary. Exposure to antimony occurs in the workplace or from skin contact with soil at hazardous waste sites. Breathing high levels of antimony for a long time can irritate the eyes and lungs, and can cause problems with the lungs, heart, and stomach. This chemical has been found in at least 403 of 1,416 National Priorities List sites ...

  • Antimony; CASRN 7440-36-0

    Seventy people became acutely ill after drinking lemonade containing 0.013% antimony (Dunn, 1928 and Monier-Williams, 1934). The lemonade had been prepared and left overnight in buckets coated with an enamel containing 2.88% antimony trioxide. Fifty-six people were taken to the hospital with burning stomach pains, colic, nausea and vomiting.

  • Antimony trioxide (UK PID)

    ANTIMONY XIDE Toxbase summary Type of product Used mainly as a fire retardant in plastics, rubbers, textiles, paper and paints. Toxicity Acute antimony trioxide poisoning is rare. Exposure may occur in industry. Fatal dose not known. Features Topical - Irritant to the skin and eyes. - "Antimony spots" (papules and pustules around sweat and ...

  • (PDF) Antimony Production and Commodites

    25% antimony are volatilized to antimony trioxide, 25-40% antim ony ores are smelted in a blast furnace, and 45-60% antimony ores are treated by liquation or iron precipitation. A description of

  • ATSDR - ToxFAQs™: Antimony

    Mar 03, 2011  Summary. Exposure to antimony occurs in the workplace or from skin contact with soil at hazardous waste sites. Breathing high levels of antimony for a long time can irritate the eyes and lungs, and can cause problems with the lungs, heart, and stomach. This chemical has been found in at least 403 of 1,416 National Priorities List sites ...

  • Antimony; CASRN 7440-36-0

    Seventy people became acutely ill after drinking lemonade containing 0.013% antimony (Dunn, 1928 and Monier-Williams, 1934). The lemonade had been prepared and left overnight in buckets coated with an enamel containing 2.88% antimony trioxide. Fifty-six people were taken to the hospital with burning stomach pains, colic, nausea and vomiting.

  • Antimony trioxide (UK PID)

    ANTIMONY XIDE Toxbase summary Type of product Used mainly as a fire retardant in plastics, rubbers, textiles, paper and paints. Toxicity Acute antimony trioxide poisoning is rare. Exposure may occur in industry. Fatal dose not known. Features Topical - Irritant to the skin and eyes. - "Antimony spots" (papules and pustules around sweat and ...

  • (PDF) Antimony Production and Commodites

    25% antimony are volatilized to antimony trioxide, 25-40% antim ony ores are smelted in a blast furnace, and 45-60% antimony ores are treated by liquation or iron precipitation. A description of

  • Occurrence and fate of antimony in plastics - ScienceDirect

    The main driver for the studies in the ‘antimony community’ is the possible toxicity and ecotoxicological effects derived from its presence in products in use, in legacy plastics, and in disposed (e.g. landfilled) materials. Toxicity concerns relate to antimony trioxide (Sb 2 O 3), the most commercially

  • Polyester Technology: 7. "The Current Status of Catalysis ...

    Nov 22, 2016  Today, three different antimony compounds are used as polyconden­sation catalysts. The majority of the polyester is catalysed by antimony trioxide originating from a wide variety of sources. More than 12 companies are competing in this market. Antimony triactate which is produced by a few companies is used for about 30% of the

  • Fundamental shifts expected in the antimony market - MMTA

    Sep 03, 2018  The first of these, shown at the top of Figure 1, sees primary mined antimony (the sulphide mineral stibnite (Sb 2 S 3) is by far the main economic source exploited), converted into a refined product (the most common is antimony trioxide). Antimony oxides and chemicals are then consumed in non-metallurgical applications, of which flame ...

  • Coronavirus: Antimony Trioxide Masterbatch Ato Masterbatch ...

    Jul 05, 2020  The report provides a quick summary of the Antimony Trioxide Masterbatch Ato Masterbatch market by finding out numerous definitions and classification of the market. Additionally, it contains the applications of Antimony Trioxide Masterbatch Ato Masterbatch market and chain structure are given by top manufacturing industries, a thorough ...

  • The Risk Assessment Information System

    Antimony (Sb) is used in metallurgical processes, paints and enamels, various textiles, rubber, and fire retardation (antimony trioxide). Antimony is a common urban air pollutant, occurring at an average concentration of 0.001 µg/m 3 (Beliles, 1979). Exposure to antimony may occur via inhalation and by ingestion of contaminated food.

  • International Antimony Association (VZW) antimony

    antimony Brussels, January 30, 2017 i2a’s assessment of NTP’s long-term carcinogenicity studies on antimony trioxide (ATO) Introductory summary The profile of substances such as antimony trioxide may at first seem to be relatively simple and straight forward. However, few things are not as simple as they may at first seem:

  • Antimony Assay Determination by Roasting Stibnite

    The product obtained by roasting stibnite is likely to contain some unoxidized antimony trisulphide and a mixture of antimony trioxide and antimony tetroxide. It was desired to determine, as accurately as possible, the condition of the antimony as well as the total quantity present. Attempts were made to separate the trisulphide and the two oxides by methods based upon their varying ...

  • Antimony pentoxide provides better flame retardant ...

    Antimony pentoxide particle occupies only 0.2% of the cross-sectional area of fiber vs. 7% for antimony trioxide. Several blends of antimony oxide/halogenated additive systems for PP fiber and translucent products have been evaluated Table given below summarizes the flame tests results of the initial screening of FR compounds.

  • Ambient Aquatic Life Water Quality Criteria for Antimony (III)

    Precipitation of antimony, primarily as antimony trioxide (Sb203) or antimony oxychloride (SbOCl) can be an important factor in limiting soluble ----- antimony levels in natural waters, and can influence the results of toxicity tests. Antima----- antimony(III). Results from studies on freshwater organisms in which antimony trioxide was used ...

  • Antimony - Registration Dossier - ECHA

    Since the effects of diantimony trioxide are presumed to be mediated by release and subsequent dermal uptake of the Sb (III) oxyanion, read across to other antimony (III) compounds is possible. The NOAEL can thus be adjusted for the antimony content of diantimony trioxide yielding a NOAEL indexed to antimony content of 1409 mg/kg bw/d.