RoC Review of Antimony Trioxide
Primary Uses or Exposures
- Oxide of trivalent (+3) antimony and most commercially significant form of antimony.
- Primarily used as a synergist for halogenated flame retardants in plastics, rubber, and textiles, all of which are used in a wide variety of consumer products.
- Also used in the manufacture of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastics, as an additive in glass and ceramic products and as a catalyst in the chemical industry.
- People are mainly exposed to antimony trioxide in the workplace. They can potentially be exposed when using consumer products containing antimony trioxide or breathing contaminated air.
|Sep 09, 2016||Federal Register notice requesting public comment on nominated substances|
|Sep 09, 2016||RoC Concept|
|Jul 31, 2017||RoC Protocol|
|Aug 17, 2017||References - Preliminary|
|Nov 29, 2017||RoC Monograph - Peer review draft|
|Aug 15, 2018||RoC Monograph - Revised draft
|Oct 19, 2018||RoC Monograph- Final (correction posted April 4 2019)
Meetings & Events
|Dec 14, 2016||NTP Board of Scientific Counselors Meeting||Board of Scientific Counselors||
|Jan 24, 2018||Peer Review of the Draft Report on Carcinogens Monograph on Antimony Trioxide||Expert Panels - RoC Monographs||
|Oct 09, 2018||NTP Board of Scientific Counselors Meeting||Board of Scientific Counselors||
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