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Definition|title= antifouling paints
|definition=A marine paint composition containing poisonous ingredients which prevent or retard fouling or marine underwater growth on ships' bottoms etc. Mercuric oxides are the chemicals generally blended to act as repellants to the undesirable growth. Paint manufacturers are continuously studying the possibility of introducing improved and sophisticated antifouling material and the formulas used are mostly kept secret by the blenders or manufacturers. <ref>Sullivan P (ed.), 1999. Eric Sullivan's encyclopaedic dictionary. 6th edition. LPP Reference Publishing.</ref>}}
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|definition=A marine paint composition containing poisonous ingredients which prevent or retard fouling or marine underwater growth on ships' bottoms etc. Mercuric oxides are the chemicals generally blended to act as repellents to the undesirable growth. Paint manufacturers are continuously studying the possibility of introducing improved and sophisticated antifouling material and the formulas used are mostly kept secret by the blenders or manufacturers. <ref>Sullivan P (ed.), 1999. Eric Sullivan's encyclopaedic dictionary. 6th edition. LPP Reference Publishing.</ref>}}
  
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== Notes ==
  
== See also ==
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The most notorious one is [[TBT]]. Today antifouling paints based on [[copper]] are used frequently. 
  
[[TBT]]<p>
 
[[Effects of copper-based antifouling paints on brine shrimp]]<P>
 
[[TBT and intersex in periwinkles]]<P>
 
[[Flame retardants organotin compounds and surfactants in opossum shrimps of the Scheldt estuary.]]
 
  
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Versie van 28 jul 2009 om 13:08

Definition of antifouling paints:
A marine paint composition containing poisonous ingredients which prevent or retard fouling or marine underwater growth on ships' bottoms etc. Mercuric oxides are the chemicals generally blended to act as repellents to the undesirable growth. Paint manufacturers are continuously studying the possibility of introducing improved and sophisticated antifouling material and the formulas used are mostly kept secret by the blenders or manufacturers. [1]
This is the common definition for antifouling paints, other definitions can be discussed in the article

Notes

The most notorious one is TBT. Today antifouling paints based on copper are used frequently.


References

  1. Sullivan P (ed.), 1999. Eric Sullivan's encyclopaedic dictionary. 6th edition. LPP Reference Publishing.