Words nearby dioxin
How to use dioxin in a sentence
Even small amounts of dioxin, one of the most poisonous chemicals released by facilities, can cause developmental problems, damage the immune system and lead to cancer.
Her father had diabetes, which may have been triggered by dioxin, a chemical that attacks the pancreas.
A 2007 report found that the types of dioxin compounds in the blood of Mossville residents matched those emitted by local industrial facilities.
“Dioxin” is the dirtiest of dirty words and this designation, like the chemical itself, does not degrade.
Unfortunately, the waste oil had a dioxin concentration 2,000 times higher than that in Agent Orange.
It is the connection of triclosan to dioxin that has appropriately raised the hackles of so many.
Yushchenko had been poisoned with dioxin during the campaign, most likely by allies of Moscow.
British Dictionary definitions for dioxin
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Cultural definitions for dioxin
A group of pollutants created as by-products in many industrial processes. Dioxins accumulate in human tissue and affect human metabolism. They are carcinogens. Eliminating dioxins is an important goal of environmental policy.