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EC number: 201-161-1
CAS number: 78-95-5
Monochloraceton was examined for acute inhalative toxicity in a GLP
study. The concentraitons were 7.9, 4.2, 2.1, 3.1, 1.0, 0.5 mg/L.
Monochloroacetone was found to be toxic to rats when inhaled as vapor.
The calculated LC50 was 1.9 mg/L. Both the presence of a hydro-thorax
and the observed increased colouring of the skin of the extremeties
could be explained by an induced hypertension. These finding toghether
with oedema in lungs pointed at an impairment of lung functioning. Mouth
breathing caused stomach, caecum as well as intestine to be filled with
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