The highest toxic concentrations are often found in residential areas.
What does TC stand for?
TC stands for Toxic Concentration (TC50 = 50% of the population or TClo = low)
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We have 135 other meanings of TC in our Acronym Attic
- Total Communication (concept for teaching deaf children)
- Total Conversion (computer games)
- Total Cost
- Total Credit (distributive computing; tax calculations)
- TouchChip (biometric sensor)
- Tougaloo College (Jackson, MS)
- Touring Convertible (Chrysler/Maserati)
- Town and Country
- Town Centre (Age of Empires II game)
- Toxic Chemical (hazardous chemicals)
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The "tiny amount" of fluoride added to water to give the dentist's optimum of 1 part per million of fluoride is in fact a relatively high and potentially toxic concentration of this pollutant.
Pesticides have been found up to 60km (38 miles) inside the reef at toxic concentrations known to harm coral.
A number of medications were found in his body, "but not in toxic concentrations," he said.
In mice and rat neuron-glial cell cultures, a nontoxic or minimally toxic concentration of rotenone and the inflammatory agent lipopolysaccharide synergistically induced dopaminergic degeneration (Gao et al.
Factbox The study, by the university's School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences is entitled Measurement and Modelling of Exposure to Air Toxic Concentrations for Health Effect Studies (or MATCH for short).
Other environmental hazards that the dam may pose to communities around the dam are siltation, sedimentation, the trapping of river borne soil nutrients and toxic concentrations, behind the dam and earthquake-induced flooding.
84%) had potentially toxic concentrations of digoxin (Emit result >2.