Published: Jan 1960
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Saturated hydrocarbons are known to be relatively innocuous to most organisms. In the study of the toxicity of compounds to marine wood-boring organisms undertaken by the U. S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory, it was found that several saturated hydrocarbons were nontoxic to these animals. A method was required for the separation of saturated hydrocarbons from creosote to determine their toxicity.
Drisko, Richard W.
Senior Chemist, U. S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory, Port Hueneme, Calif
Director, U. S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory, Port Hueneme, Calif.