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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Evaluation of the potential carcinogenicity of nickel(7740-02-0) /|
|CORP Author||Syracuse Research Corp., NY. ;Environmental Monitoring and Services, Inc., Washington, DC.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Health and Environmental Assessment.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response ;|
|Report Number||EPA-68-03-3112; EPA-68-03-3182; EPA/600/8-91/156; OHEA-C-073-137|
|Additional Subjects||Nickel ; Toxicity ; Risk assessment ; Public health ; Exposure ; Hazardous materials ; Neoplasms ; Tolerances(Physiology) ; Nickel chlorides ; Nickel hydroxides ; Nickel nitrates ; Nickel sulfates ; Nickel compounds ; Salts ; Carcinogenicity ; Nickel carbonyls ; Nickel cyanides ; Nickel ammonium sulfates ; Dose-response relationships ; CAS: 7740-02-0 ; CAS: 15699-18-0 ; CAS: 13463-39-3 ; CAS: 7718-54-9 ; CAS: 557-19-7 ; CAS: 12054-48-7 ; CAS: 14216-75-2 ; CAS: 7786-81-4|
|Collation||29 pages ; 28 cm|
Nickel is assigned a hazard ranking of 'LOW', based on limited animal evidence of carcinogenicity (Group C). The available data are not suitable for estimating nickel's potency. Nickel carbonyl is assigned a hazard rating of 'MEDIUM', based on its classification as a probable human carcinogen (Group B2) and the unsuitability of the data for estimating its potency. Nickel ammonium sulfate, nickle chloride, nickel cyanide, nickel hydroxide, nickel nitrate, and nickel sulfate are assigned hazard rankings of 'LOW', based on a hypothesis that the nickel ion could be the ultimate carcinogenic form of nickel and on some evidence of carcinogenic activity by some nickel salts.
Cover title. "June 1988." Includes bibliographical references. Microfiche.