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What does TCP stand for?

TCP stands for Trichlorophenol (antiseptic)

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2001; Novotny et al 2001, 2003; Hatvani and Mecs 2003 Benzopyrenes (PAHs) Incinerators Qiu and McFarland 1991 Chlorinated aromatic Transformers, lighting Gadd 2001 compounds: fixtures, paper pentachlorophenol products, chlorine (PCP), trichlorophenol bleaching, paints and (TCP), polychlorinated coatings biphenyls (PCBs) dioxins, chlorobenzenes Copper/chromium Treated wood Humar et al.
In this study, we assessed the association between human dioxin exposure in utero and during breast-feeding and adverse human adult male reproductive outcomes, as measured in men whose mothers were exposed to dioxin as a result of the trichlorophenol plant explosion near Seveso, Italy, in July 1976 (Mocarelli et al.
Young rationalizes in this book that the omission of maximum dioxin contaminant levels from the military specifications for herbicide quality occurred because not enough was known and measurement was difficult; but two decades ago his edited volume stated that "the manufacturers of trichlorophenol and of 2,4,5-T had been aware for many years that this class of compounds and particularly their impurities produced a toxic reaction in humans .