These resources provide information on propanol, tert-amyl alcohol (TAA), and tertiary amyl ethyl ether (TAEE). For information on other oxygenates, return to the oxygenates main page.
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- A Physiological Model for tert-Amyl Methyl Ether and Tert-Amyl Alcohol: Hypothesis Testing of Model Structures 1999.
Published in Toxicological Sciences, this paper presents the results of a study using a physiologically-based pharmacokinetic model to describe the disposition of TAME and its major metabolite, TAA, in male Fischer-344 rats.
- A Recommendation Regarding the Use of Alcohols as Gasoline Oxygenates (PDF) (9 pp, 63K, About PDF) 2006.
This report presents the recommendation of the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources regarding the need to ban the sale of gasoline containing alcohols used as oxygenates, including methanol, iso-butanol, isopropanol, and others.
- Material Safety Data Sheet: N-Propyl Alcohol 2009.
Prepared by Environmental Health & Safety, this Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) presents background information on propanol, including hazards identification, health effects, first aid and firefighting measures, handling and storage directions, exposure controls, toxicological information, and physical and chemical properties.
- Cowan, R.M., and K. Park. Biodegradation of the Gasoline Oxygenates MTBE, ETBE, TAME, TBA, and TAA by Aerobic Mixed Cultures. 1996. Proceedings of the 28th Mid Atlantic Industrial and Hazardous Waste Conference, Buffalo, New York, July 15-17, 1996. 523-530.