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1.0000 Phenol,4-(1,1,3,3-tetramethylbutyl)- (Screening Information Data Set - SIDs)
    Summary: Method: OECD guideline 421 (dated 12 January 1993) GLP: Yes Test substance: 4 (1, 1, 3,3-tetramethyl-butyl) phenol; purity 98.7% Reference: [51] 5.10 OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION A. Specific toxicities Type: Test species/strains: Test results: Test method: Depigmentation study black C57 mice depigmentation of skin 9 weeks after starting other: subcutaneous injections of OECD SIDS PHENOL, 4-(1,1,3,3-TETRAMETHYLBUTYL)- 5. TOXICITY ID: 140-66-9 DATE: 14 NOVEMBER 1994 UNEP PUBLICATIONS 48 GLP: Test...

1.0000 554. Methiocarb (Pesticide residues in food: 1981 evaluations)
    Summary: Table 7. Methiocarb residues from supervised trials Residues (mg/kg) at intervals (days) after application Application (mean in parentheses where range is given)1 Crop Country Rate No.

    Summary: The Committee evaluated a group of 48 flavouring agents that includes phenol, an ester of phenol, and resorcinol; alkyl-, alkenyl-, or aryl-substituted phenols and their corresponding esters; alkoxy phenols; and phenol derivatives with alkyl side-chains containing a ketone function (see Table 1). The evaluations were conducted according to the Procedure for the Safety Assessment of Flavouring Agents. The NOEL of 280 mg/kg bw per day in a 13-week study in rats given multiple doses (Gaunt et al...

1.0000 Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (WHO Food Additives Series 64)
    Summary: Safety evaluation of certain food additives and contaminants Prepared by the Seventy-third meeting of the Joint FAO/ WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) WHO FOOD ADDITIVES SERIES: 64 World Health Organization, Geneva, 2011 WHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data Safety evaluation of certain food additives and contaminants / prepared by the seventy-third meeting of the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA). 14 ALICYCLIC KETONES, SECONDARY ALCOHOLS AND RELATED ...

1.0000 Phenol (PIM 412)
    Summary: 4.3 Occupationally exposed populations Workers involved in the production of phenol by the cumene process, or the production of phenol from chlorobenzene are at risk. Phenol may be emitted into the air during the processing of phenolic resins, production of phenol and phenol derivatives, production of caprolactam, production of cokes and insulation materials. US EPA classifies phenol in group D. Two-stage carcinogenicity studies have shown that phenol, applied repeatedly to mouse skin, has ...

1.0000 Phenol (HSG 88, 1994)
    Summary: 88 PHENOL HEALTH AND SAFETY GUIDE This is a companion volume to Environmental Health Criteria 161: Phenol Published by the World Health Organization for the International Programme on Chemical Safety (a collaborative programme of the United Nations Environment Programme, the International Labour Organisation, and the World Health Organization) WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION, GENEVA 1994 This report contains the collective views of an international group of experts and does not necessarily ...

1.0000 Pentachlorophenol (EHC 71, 1987)
    Summary: The domestic use of PCP is of minor importance in the overall PCP market, but has been of particular concern because of possible health hazards associated with the indoor application of wood preservatives containing PCP. Soil samples from PCP or pesticide plants contain around 100 µg PCP/kg (dry weight); heavily contaminated soil (up to 45.6 mg PCP/kg) can be found in the vicinity of wood-treatment areas. Since the PCP concentrations in the sources (air, food) do not directly indicate the ...

1.0000 Cresols (EHC 168, 1995)
    Summary: WHO Library Cataloguing in Publication Data Cresols (Environmental health criteria ; 168) 1.Cresols - adverse effects 2. Environmental exposure I.Series ISBN 92 4 157168 1 (NLM Classification: QV 223) ISSN 0250-863X The World Health Organization welcomes requests for permission to reproduce or translate its publications, in part or in full. Short-term (28-days) oral exposure to daily doses of approximately 800 mg/kg body weight or more resulted in reduced body weights, organ weight changes ...

1.0000 Chlorophenols (EHC 93, 1989)
    Summary: Chlorophenols, particularly trichlorophenols (T3CP), tetrachloro- phenols (T4CP), and PCP, are also available as sodium or potassium salts. As a result of spills, isolated levels as high as 61 000 µg/litre of chlorophenols (T4CP + PCP) in ground water, and 18 090 µg/litre in surface waters have been reported. a The chlorophenol congeners are designated as follows: monochlorophenols (MCP); dichlorophenols (DCP); trichlorophenols (T3CP); tetrachlorophenols (T4CP); pentachlorophenol (PCP).

1.0000 Phenol (EHC 161, 1994)
    Summary: The emission factor of phenol into air during production by the cumene process has been reported to be 0.16 g phenol emitted per kg phenol produced (UBA, 1981). Urban phenol concentrations have been reported for Osaka, Japan (1-4 µg phenol/m3; Kuwata et al., 1980), Nagoya, Japan (0.2-8 µg phenol/m3 with an average of 1.7 µg phenol/m3; Hoshika & Muto, 1979, 1980), Paris, France (0.7-8 µg phenol/m3; Hagemann et al., 1978), and Portland, USA (0.22 to 0.42 µg phenol/m3; Leuenberger et al., 1985)....

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