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eBook Toxicological Evaluations 9: Potential Health Hazards of Existing Chemicals (v. 9) download ISBN: 3540591486
Author: BG Chemie
Publisher: Springer; 1995 edition (August 30, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 181
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Toxicological Evaluations 9 book.

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Toxicological Evaluations Vol. 9 : Potential Health Hazards of Existing Chemicals.

Toxicological evaluations : potential health hazards of existing chemicals, B. G. Chemie. The health hazards posed by perchloroethylene and drycleaning assistants are discussed and ways of recovering them are examined. Bervfsgenossenchaft der Chemischen Industrie. Environmental problems caused by these chemicals are also outlined. Potential health hazards of the flame retardant chemical tris (2,3-dibromopropyl) phosphate.

BG Chemie (1995) Azodicarbonamide. In: GDCh-Advisory Committee on Existing Chemicals of Environmental Relevance, eds. Toxicological evaluations, potential health hazards of existing chemicals. Vol. 8. Stuttgart, S. Hirzel (ISBN 0 387 58287 8). Bonsall J (1984) Allergic contact dermatitis to azodicarbon-amide.

The text helps to establish the risk potential of existing chemicals in the workplace.

Canonical Url: ww. avoisier. The text helps to establish the risk potential of existing chemicals in the workplace.

9 The major potential for exposure to the notified chemical is during its use i. .

EVALUATION OF TOXICOLOGICAL DATA . Acute Toxicity Summary of the acute toxicity of CROMOPHTAL Yellow HRP Test Species Outcome Reference acute oral toxicity rat LD50 2 000 mg/kg (7) acute dermal toxicity rat LD50 2 000 mg/kg (8) skin irritation rabbit slight irritant (9) eye irritation rabbit slight irritant (10) skin sensitisation guinea pig non-sensitiser (11). Hence, the overall environmental hazard of the chemical can be rated as low, given the low environmental exposure and lack of environmental toxicity of the notified chemical

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As part of its "Programme for the prevention of health hazards caused by industrial substances", the Berufsgenossenschaft der chemischen Industrie (BG Chemie, Employment Accident Insurance Fund of the Chemical Industry) began in 1977 to investigate the toxicity of those chemicals which are widely used, have many different applications and are suspected of being dangerous to health, in particular of hav­ ing long-term effects. The investigations consist of a literature search and - depending on the results - commissions of experimental stud­ ies. It is hoped by means of this testing to close gaps in our knowledge and to increase the scientific validity of the required risk assessments. The results of the toxicological investigations carried out by BG Chemie, and the resulting substance assessments have been pub­ lished in German since 1987 in the form of 169 "Toxikologische Bewertungen" ("Toxicological Evaluations") up to now. In order to make this useful information internationally available, BG Chemie began in October 1990 to publish them as a book series in English, of which the ninth volume (containing 14 individual eval­ uations) is presented here. Therefore for 124 existing chemicals, "Toxicological Evaluations" are available in English at the moment, a further 41 are in preparation and will be published soon.