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However, the effects are not disabling and are transient and reversible upon cessation of exposure.
Exposures were of short duration (minutes) and expressed as cumulative exposures (mg-min/m3). 5 mg-min/m3) was reported by Ketchum et al. (1967). 3. 1. 1. S. Department of the Army 1974). The value was reportedly based on exposure durations of 6-25 min. No additional information is available. 2. S. Department of the Army 1974). The value was reportedly based on exposure durations of 6-16 min. No additional information is available. 3. S. Department of the Army 1974). The value was reportedly based on exposure durations of 5-30 min.
1977. Problem Definition Studies on Potential Environmental Pollutants, VIII. Chemistry and Toxicology of BZ (3-Quinuclindinyl Benzilate). Technical Report 7710. S. Army Medical Research and Development Laboratory, Fort Detrick, MD. , A. M. Appelman. 1986. Concentration-time mortality response relationship of irritant and systemically acting vapours and gases. J. Hazard. Mater. 13(3):301-309. S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine). 1996. Detailed facts about psychedelic agent 3- Quinuclidinyl benzilate (BZ).
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