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Information profiles on potential occupational hazards - classes of chemicals.

Authors
Santodonato-J; Hoecker-JE; Orzel-D; Meylan-W
Source
NIOSH 1978 Apr; :1-333
Link
NIOSHTIC No.
00131996
Abstract
Profiles of potential chemical hazards in industry are reviewed. Molecular structure and synonyms, chemical abstracts service numbers, and Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances numbers are presented for chemical compounds. The compounds are classified as follows: aldehydes, aliphatic amines, alkenes, aluminum (7429905) and its compounds, copper (7440508), cyclic alkenes, dimethylcarbamoyl-chloride (79447) and diethylcarbamoyl- chloride (88108), glycol ethers, glycols, indium (7440746) and its compounds, inorganic azides, inorganic chlorines, inorganic sulfur (7704349), lithium (7439932) and its compounds, lubricant oil, and grease additives, mercaptobenzothiazoles, nitronaphthalenes, nitroparaffins, organic acids, organophosphate compounds, palladium (7440053) and its compounds, phthalates, platinum (7440064) and its compounds, selenium (7782492) and its compounds, silver (7440224) and its compounds, tellurium (13494809) and its compounds, thioureas, titanium (7440326) and its compounds, trimethylbenzenes, uranium (7440611) and its compounds and xylenols. Production figures and economic trends, uses, biological effects of exposure, threshold limit values, OSHA standards, and other relevant data is given for each class of chemicals.
Keywords
NIOSH-Contract; Contract-210-77-0003; Chemical-structure; Occupational-hazards; Industrial-chemicals; Chemical-properties; Exposure-levels; Biological-effects; Workplace-studies
CAS No.
7429-90-5; 7440-50-8; 79-44-7; 88-10-8; 7440-74-6; 7704-34-9; 7439-93-2; 7440-05-3; 7440-06-4; 7782-49-2; 7440-22-4; 13494-80-9; 7440-32-6; 7440-61-1
Publication Date
19780401
Document Type
Final Contract Report
Funding Type
Contract
Fiscal Year
1978
Identifying No.
Contract-210-77-0003
Source Name
NIOSH, Rockville, Maryland
State
MD; NY
Performing Organization
Center for Chemical Hazard Assessment, Syracuse Research Corporation, Syracuse, New York
Page last reviewed: April 12, 2019
Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division