Testing Status of Arsine 11329-L
- Arsenic hydride
- Arsenic trihydride
- Arseniuretted hydrogen
- Arsenous hydride
- Hydrogen arsenide
Agent in manufacture of electronics and light-emitting diodes. Associated with tobacco: reported either as a natural component of tobacco, pyrolysis product (in tobacco smoke), or additive for one or more types of tobacco products.
- 4 weeks (Inhalation)
- Hamsters: Syrian Golden
- 13 weeks (Inhalation)
- Rats: Not Available; Mice: Not Available
- Absorption Disposition Metabolism Elimination (Inhalation)
- Citation: Fowler B. Mechanisms of indium, thallium, and arsine gas toxicity: relationships to biological indicators of cell injury. In: Clarkson TW, Friberg L, Nordberg GF, and Sager PR, eds. Biological Monitoring of Toxic Metals. Rochester Series on Environmental Toxicity. New York: Plenum Press; 1988:469-478.
- Citation: Morrissey RE, Fowler BA, Harris MW, Moorman MP, Jameson CW, Schwetz BA. Arsine: absence of developmental toxicity in rats and mice. Fundam Appl Toxicol. 1990 Aug;15(2):350-6.Pubmed Abstract
- Male Rats: F344/N
- Conventional Teratology (Inhalation)
- Rats/Mice: Swiss & F344
- Rats/Mice Maternal Negative
- Rats/Mice Fetal Negative
- Dose: 0, .025, .5, 2.5 PPM.