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[[Antifouling paints]] containing TBT (tributyltin oxide and tributyltin fluoride) are much more effective and long lasting than mercury or copper based antifouling paints. They were first painted on ships in the 1970s and were subsequently also commonly used net enclosures of mariculture installations.<ref name = pol>Clark, R,B., 1999. Marine pollution. Oxford University press, Fourth edition, pp 161</ref>
 
[[Antifouling paints]] containing TBT (tributyltin oxide and tributyltin fluoride) are much more effective and long lasting than mercury or copper based antifouling paints. They were first painted on ships in the 1970s and were subsequently also commonly used net enclosures of mariculture installations.<ref name = pol>Clark, R,B., 1999. Marine pollution. Oxford University press, Fourth edition, pp 161</ref>
  
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TBT concentrations ranged from 1 ng/l in boot free areas to levels above 600 ng/l near marinas.
  
  

Versie van 27 jul 2009 om 11:54

Definition of tributyltin:
Tributyltin (TBT). Antifouling paint for ships hulls which is toxic to marine life and prohibited by some nations for use on small craft. [1]
This is the common definition for tributyltin, other definitions can be discussed in the article


Notes

Tributyltin oxide
Tributyltin oxide
Formula
C24H54OSn2

Antifouling paints containing TBT (tributyltin oxide and tributyltin fluoride) are much more effective and long lasting than mercury or copper based antifouling paints. They were first painted on ships in the 1970s and were subsequently also commonly used net enclosures of mariculture installations.[2]

TBT concentrations ranged from 1 ng/l in boot free areas to levels above 600 ng/l near marinas.


See also

TBT and Imposex
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