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Inhalation toxicity of phosphine in the rat: acute, subchronic, and developmental
AbstractLethality is the primary hazard of phosphine exposures. All phosphine-related effects seen at sublethal exposure levels were relatively small and completely reversible either during the
Hydrogen phosphide as a fumigant for foods, feeds and processed food products.
TLDR
Hydrogen phosphide or phosphine, a colorless, toxic, inflammable gas with an odor like carbide, has been used for the fumigation of insect pests of stored grain for many years, but the development of a tablet, and more recently a pellet, has practically eliminated the danger of spontaneous combustion.
HETEROCYCLIC AMINES. I. 3-THIENYL TERTIARY AMINES.
Mouse dermal study of smoke condensate from "Chemosol"-treated cigarettes.
TLDR
Comparing condensates from “Chemosol”-treated and untreated cigarettes found that chemical and biological parameters investigated were comparable for untreated and ‘Chemosl’-treated tobacco smoke condensate.
New techniques in fumigation under development by DEGESCH
TLDR
Three approaches developed by DEGESCH are discussed and techniques are being developed to allow material to be added to, or removed from, a store during fumigation without hazard to the applicator.