Errors and misunderstandings invalidate estimates of titanium dioxide inhalation risk.


Liao et al. (2008) have recently developed a quantitative risk assessment approach based on a surface area dose metric to predict the potential impact of airborne TiO2 dust on human health. They have used this model to assess the potential inhalation risk for manufacturing workers in TiO2 production factories exposed to airborne nano/fine TiO2 dust… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2010.01.019


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