[Hygienic evaluation of conditions triggering leading factors in cancerogenic risk in industries utilizing pitch and pitch-containing carbonaceous substances].


The case-study results reveal a co-carcinogenic ability of carbonaceous dusts and cokes used in productions involving pitch and pitch-containing substances. Maximum permissible concentration (MPC) of 6 mg/m3 as approved by GN for carbon dust (coal-, sand-, pitch-, oil- and shale cokes) was adopted only on the basis of data characterizing its… (More)


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