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Main Title Experimental and in vivo Studies of the Toxicity of a Group of Phthalate Plasticizers.
Author Timofievskaya, L. A. ; Aldyreva., M. V. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Translation Services Section.
Year Published 1972
Report Number EPA-TR-76-203;
Stock Number PB-254 576-T
Additional Subjects Toxicity ; Phthalates ; Plasticizers ; Industrial atmospheres ; Industrial medicine ; In vivo analysis ; Toxicology ; Experimental data ; Translations ; USSR ; Humans ; Air pollution ; Exposure ; Responses ; Laboratory animals ; Dose rate ; Lethal dosage ; Permissible dosage ; Toxic tolerances ; Maximum permissible exposure ; Occupational safety and health ; Air sampling ; Air pollution effects(Humans) ; Environmental health
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NTIS  PB-254 576-T Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
Analyses of the air made to determine the concentrations of various toxic compounds used in the mix formulas, have shown that phthalate plasticiters occupy a leading position among them. The highest concentrations were determined at the work sites of the roll mill operators, calendar machine operators and coating machine operators. Carbon monoxide, hydrogen chloride, vinyl chloride and also polyvinyl chloride resin dust, lead and cadmium compounds were detected in small amounts in the air at the production areas along with the plasticiters. In addition, the air temperature in the production sites mentioned (in the vicinity of the roll mills and calendar machines) is higher during the operations, while the physical stress varies. The toxicity of a group of phthalate plasticiters (dimethyl-, diethyl-, dibntyl- and dioctyl phthalates) along the various paths through which they enter the organism was investigated along with the studies made in vivo in the plant.