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Cacodylic acid : agricultural uses, biologic effects, and environmental fate /
Cacodylic Acid: Decision Document.
Development of isolated mammalian embryo techniques for toxic substance screening /
Disposition of 14C and/or 74As-Cacodylic Acid in Rats After Intravenous, Intratracheal, or Peroral Administration.
Effects of Chemically Induced Maternal Toxicity on Prenatal Development in the Rat.
Evaluation of the potential carcinogenicity of acacodylic acid (75-60-5) /
Initial scientific review of cacodylic acid /
Recommended Methods of Reduction, Neutralization, Recovery, or Disposal of Hazardous Waste. Volume VI. National Disposal Site Candidate Waste Stream Constituent Profile Reports. Mercury, Arsenic, Chromium, and Ca dmium Compounds.
Recommended Methods of Reduction, Neutralization, Recovery, or Disposal of Hazardous Waste. Volume XIV. Summary of Waste Origins, Forms, and Quantities.
Research and development : health and environmental effects document for cacodylic acid /
Revised Reregistration Eligibility Decision for MSMA, DSMA, CAMA, and Cacodylic Acid.
Teratogenic Potential of Cacodylic Acid in the Rat and Mouse.
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