Reactions of Non-Metallic Inorganic Compounds by C.H. Bamford and C.F.H. Tipper (Eds.)

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K. D. Brunnemann, B. Dodet & D. Hoffmann (1987) Vol. 10. Benzene and Alkylated Benzenes (IARC Scientific Publications No. 85). Edited by L. K. O’Neill (1988) Vol. 11. Polychlorinated Dioxins and Dibenzofurans (IARC Scientific Publications No. 108). Edited by C. R. Buser, B. K. O’Neill (1991) Vol. 12. Indoor Air (IARC Scientific Publications No. 109). Edited by B. Seifert, H. van de Wiel, B. K. O’Neill (1993) IARC (1979) Criteria to Select Chemicals for IARC Monographs (IARC intern. tech. Rep. No.

47) × ppm, assuming a temperature of 25°C and a pressure of 101 kPa ACRYLONITRILE 45 Exposure to acrylonitrile can be determined by measuring parent acrylonitrile, acrylonitrile metabolites, and adducts. Acrylonitrile metabolites have been measured in blood and urine, but, except for measurement of thiocyanate, these methods have not been developed for routine monitoring of exposed humans (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, 1990). 1 Production Acrylonitrile was first prepared in 1893 by dehydration of either acrylamide or ethylene cyanohydrin with phosphorus pentoxide (Fugate, 1963).

Schuller & L. Fishbein (1986) Vol. 9. Passive Smoking (IARC Scientific Publications No. 81). K. D. Brunnemann, B. Dodet & D. Hoffmann (1987) Vol. 10. Benzene and Alkylated Benzenes (IARC Scientific Publications No. 85). Edited by L. K. O’Neill (1988) Vol. 11. Polychlorinated Dioxins and Dibenzofurans (IARC Scientific Publications No. 108). Edited by C. R. Buser, B. K. O’Neill (1991) Vol. 12. Indoor Air (IARC Scientific Publications No. 109). Edited by B. Seifert, H. van de Wiel, B. K. O’Neill (1993) IARC (1979) Criteria to Select Chemicals for IARC Monographs (IARC intern.

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