Does Haber's law apply to human sensory irritation?

@article{Shusterman2006DoesHL,
  title={Does Haber's law apply to human sensory irritation?},
  author={Dennis Shusterman and Elizabeth Matovinovic and Andrew G. Salmon},
  journal={Inhalation toxicology},
  year={2006},
  volume={18 7},
  pages={457-71}
}
Irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat by airborne chemicals--also referred to as "sensory irritation"--is an important endpoint in both occupational and environmental toxicology. Modeling of human sensory irritation relies on knowledge of the physical chemistry of the compound(s) involved, as well as the exposure parameters (concentration and duration). A reciprocal relationship between these two exposure variables is postulated under Haber's law, implying that protracted, low-level… CONTINUE READING