C Willhite

Summary

Publications

  1. doi Emergency Do Not Consume/do Not Use concentrations for potassium permanganate in drinking water
    C C Willhite
    NSF International, Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105, USA
    Hum Exp Toxicol 32:275-98. 2013
  2. doi Emergency do not consume/do not use concentrations for blended phosphates in drinking water
    C C Willhite
    Risk Sciences International, Washington DC, USA
    Hum Exp Toxicol 32:241-59. 2013
  3. doi Emergency do not consume/do not use concentrations for ferric chloride in drinking water
    C C Willhite
    Risk Sciences International, Novato, Washington, DC, USA
    Hum Exp Toxicol 32:260-74. 2013
  4. doi Total allowable concentrations of monomeric inorganic aluminum and hydrated aluminum silicates in drinking water
    Calvin C Willhite
    NSF International Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
    Crit Rev Toxicol 42:358-442. 2012

Detail Information

Publications4

  1. doi Emergency Do Not Consume/do Not Use concentrations for potassium permanganate in drinking water
    C C Willhite
    NSF International, Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105, USA
    Hum Exp Toxicol 32:275-98. 2013
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  2. doi Emergency do not consume/do not use concentrations for blended phosphates in drinking water
    C C Willhite
    Risk Sciences International, Washington DC, USA
    Hum Exp Toxicol 32:241-59. 2013
    ..Given the lack of eye irritation in rabbits after direct instillation of 0.2% (NaPO(3))6 • H2O, an acute ocular contact limit of 50 mg PO4/L serves as the overall do not use level...
  3. doi Emergency do not consume/do not use concentrations for ferric chloride in drinking water
    C C Willhite
    Risk Sciences International, Novato, Washington, DC, USA
    Hum Exp Toxicol 32:260-74. 2013
    ..As direct eye contact with water at pH 4.5 or below increases complaints of ocular discomfort, emergency response plans that address FeCl3 in drinking water must account for Fe levels and the pH of the affected water...
  4. doi Total allowable concentrations of monomeric inorganic aluminum and hydrated aluminum silicates in drinking water
    Calvin C Willhite
    NSF International Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
    Crit Rev Toxicol 42:358-442. 2012
    ..Therefore, the organoleptic properties of Al materials in water determine public acceptance of potable water as contrast to any potential health hazard at the concentrations ordinarily present in municipal drinking water...