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Main Title Diethyl phthalate /
Author Sekizawa, J.
Other Authors
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Dobson, S.
Touch, Ralph J.
Publisher World Health Organization,
Year Published 2003
OCLC Number 53383056
ISBN 9789241530521; 9241530529
Subjects Diethyl phthalate--Toxicology. ; Phthalic Acids--toxicity. ; Environmental Exposure. ; Risk Assessment. ; Environnement humain. ; Produits chimiques organiques. ; Santâe publique. ; Diethylftalaat. ; Toxiciteit. ; Arbeidshygièene. ; EXPOSICION AMBIENTAL. ; TASACION DEL RIESGO. ; Ftalato de dietilo--Toxicologáia. ; CHEMICALS. ; TOXIC SUBSTANCES.
Internet Access
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http://www.who.int/ipcs/publications/cicad/en/cicad52.pdf
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EJBM  RA1190.C66 no.52 2003 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 01/25/2016
Collation iv, 36 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
Notes
"Published under the joint sponsorship of the United Nations Environment Programme, the International Labour Organization, and the World Health Organization, and produced within the framework of the Inter-Organization Programme for the Sound Management of Chemicals." "IPCS, International Programme on Chemical Safety"--Cover. Includes bibliographical references (pages 23-27).
Contents Notes
Identity and physical/chemical properties -- Analytical methods -- Sources of human and environmental exposure -- Environmental transport, distribution, and transformation -- Environmental levels and human exposure -- Comparative kinetics and metabolism in laboratory animals and humans -- Effects on laboratory mammals and in vitro test systems -- Effects on humans -- Effects on other organisms in the laboratory and field -- Effects evaluation -- Previous evaluations by international bodies. This book is on the risk assessment of diethyl phthalate. Diethyl phthalate is a colorless liquid with a slight aromatic odor and low volatility. It is used as a plasticizer in a wide variety of consumer products, including plastic packaging films, cosmetic formulations, and toiletries, as well as medical treatment tubing. As a result of its use, human exposure to diethyl phthalate is expected to be significant.--Publisher's description.