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Nomination Summary for Sulfuric acid mist 1999 (N20017)

Sulfuric acid mist 1999

Specific Substances: Sulfuric acid

Nomination Date: 11/10/1999

Nominator: International Union, UAW

Rationale: The UAW is concerned about chemicals and combinations of chemicals (including particulates) found in the industrial environment in substantial levels. The UAW nominations are intended to assist in evaluating hazards and setting standards for inhalation exposure. Sulfuric acid mist has been classified as known to be a human carcinogen in the occupational setting. There is no animal test data which would permit evaluation of exposure response characteristics or impact of mixed exposures.

NTP Principles: not specified

Status: Received


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CASRN: 7664-93-9

Agent Name: Sulfuric acid

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