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An insecticide used chiefly as a moth repellent.
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These included the carcinogens benzene, formaldehyde and styrene, and a cocktail of methanol, ethanol, acetone, toluene, dichlorobenzene plus a number of less well-known toxics.
Acetone, acetonitrile, anhydrous sodium acetate, anhydrous magnesium sulphate, dichlorobenzene, glacial acetic acid and n-hexane all analytical grade from Merck co.
The solvent may be dimethylformamide, methanol, water, dimethyl sulfoxide, or ortho dichlorobenzene.
The headline of a July news release from NIEHS inappropriately stated that the chemical 1,4 dichlorobenzene, which the agency said may impair lung function, is found "in many air fresheners.
Human population studies at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), a part of the National Institute of Health, found that exposure to a volatile organic compound (VOC), called 1,4 dichlorobenzene (1,4 DCB) may cause modest reductions in lung function.
Reductions of chlorinated organics (A-1), cadmium, dichlorobenzene (A-2), anthracene and bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (B-1), zinc, lead and copper (B-2), and benzene, formaldehyde and chlorine dioxide (B-3) are notable.
01 ISO 307 82 mL/g g/mL phenol/ortho- dichlorobenzene 1) Glass temperature, [T.

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