||Letter from Velsicol Chemical Corporation to US EPA regarding Submission of Information on Firemaster 680 with Attachments.
||Velsicol Chemical Corp., Chicago, IL.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Toxic Substances.
||16 Jun 1978
Chemical compounds ;
Laboratory tests ;
Volatile organic compounds ;
Toxic effects ;
US EPA ;
Hazardous materials ;
Firemaster 680 ;
Velsicol Chemical Corporation
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||Inhalation exposure of rats for 1 hour to an atmosphere of CN-110-109 at a nominal concentration of 2.29 mg/1 did not result in any observable toxic effects. Based upon the experimental results, it is concluded that a single 1 hour inhalation exposure to the volatile components of CN-110-109 would not likely be harmful. In accordance with the requirement of the DOT, Hazardous Materials Regulation 49 CFR Part 173.343, CN-110-109 would not be classified as a Class B Poison by inhalation.
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