Stabilizer or cyanuric acid is used to slow the reaction of chlorine in the presence of UV light (sunlight).
What does CYA stand for?
CYA stands for Cyanuric Acid
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We have 58 other meanings of CYA in our Acronym Attic
- College Year in Athens (Greece; study abroad program)
- College/Young Adult (ministry)
- Committee of Young Artists (Mississauga Arts Council)
- Company of Young Artists (Youth Musical Theater Group, Fullerton College, CA)
- Cover Your Answer(s)
- Cover Your Ass
- Cover Your Assets
- Cuban Yoga Association
- Cumbria Youth Alliance (UK)
- Cy Young Award (ML Baseball Award for Pitching)
- Cyclosporine A (immunosuppressant)
- See You
- Colorado Young Adult Advocates in Libraries
- Cancer in Young Adults in Canada
- Child and Youth Advocacy Center
- Children and Youth Action Committee (Canada)
- Community Youth Athletic Center (San Diego, CA)
- Congressional Youth Advisory Council
- Contemporary Youth Arts Company (Charleston, WV)
- Coolum Youth and Community Association (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In October 2008, the FDA issued new rules governing the analysis of melamine and cyanuric acid in infant formulations.
2,4,6Trichloro-1,3,5-triazine is easily hydrolyzed to cyanuric acid by heating with water at elevated temperatures.
All of the referenced methods monitor the presence of cyanuric acid in addition to melamine.
Melamine concentrations ranged from 150 mg/kg to 4,700 mg/kg (median, 1,900 mg/kg), and cyanuric acid concentrations ranged from 0.
Cyanuric acid is limited to 100 ppm; these limits are tested and enforced (City of Plano, 2004).
Some specific areas discussed include polyester materials with low specific superficial electric resistance, the effect of organic and inorganic additives on the synthesis of lutetium silicates, similarity of zeolite micropore structures, new complex compounds of cobalt with cyanuric acid, frontal copolymerization of lactams, and oscillatory and spin regimes at frontal solidification of epoxy combinations in the flow.
Outbreaks of renal failure associated with melamine and cyanuric acid in dogs and cats in 2004 and 2007.