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  1 Activated Sludge Respiration Inhibition Test of Dow Corning 36 Emulsion (Amendment to Report 1998-I0000-45077), with Cover Letter dated 10/27/1998. 1998
  2 Activated Sludge Respiration Inhibition Test of Dow Corning 36 Emulsion, with Cover Letter dated 10/15/1998. 1998
  3 Initial Submission: Letter from H.B. Fuller, Co. to USEPA regarding Employee Exposure to UCAR Latex 379, dated 04/03/1996. 1996
  4 Initial Submission: Letter from Rhone-Poulenc, Inc. to USEPA regarding Teratology Screen Sgtudies of Various Compounds in Rats with Attachments and Cover Letter dated 10/27/1992. 1992
  5 Non-Regulated Study: Acute Toxicity of Dow Corning 36 Emulsion to the Green Alga (Selenastrum Capricornutum Printz)-Range Finding Study, with Cover Letter dated 01/20/1999. 1999
  6 Preliminary Results of Micronucleus Assay in TK6 Cells for Vinyl Acetate (CAS 108-05-4) and Acetaldehyde (CAS 75-07-0). 2010
  7 Preliminary Results of Two Micronucleus Assays in TK6 Cells with Acetaldehyde and Vinyl Acetate. 2010
  8 Ready Biodegradability of Dow Corning 36 Emulsion by Activated Sludge Organisms as Determined by the Carbon Dioxide Evolution Test Method, with Cover Letter dated 02/01/1999. 1999
  9 Support: HCC-2320FA, 90-Day Inhalation Toxicity Study in Rats (Including Immunotoxicological Evaluations as Requested by USEPA), with Cover Letter dated 03/01/2000. 2000
  10 Support: Letter from (Confidential) to USEPA regarding an Acute Inhalation Toxicity Study with Chloroalkane, dated 07/23/1996 (Sanitized). 1996



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