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1985

CIS 88-1108 Chlormephos
Chemical safety information sheet. Organophosphorus insecticide. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 7mg/kg; is absorbed through the skin; cholinesterase inhibitor.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-1091 Bromadiolone
Chemical safety information sheet. Rodenticide. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rabbit) = 1mg/kg; skin and eye burns; toxic by ingestion. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-819 Thiocyanic acid, 2-(benzothiazolylthio)methyl ester
Chemical safety information sheet. Fungicide. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 1590mg/kg; LD50 (dermal, mammal) = 1mg/kg; moderately toxic.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-815 Sodium selenate
Chemical safety information sheet. Insecticide. Exposure limit: ACGIH (1983) TLV = 200µg Se/m3. Toxicity: liver and kidney damage; dermatitis. Resembles arsenic in its effects.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 88-812 Oxamyl
Chemical safety information sheet. Carbamate insecticide. Toxicity: cholinesterase inhibitor; is absorbed slowly through the skin and the eyes.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-802 Fosthietan
Chemical safety information sheet. Organophosphorus insecticide. Toxicity: is absorbed through the skin; inhibits cholinesterase; LD50 (oral, rat) = 4.7mg/kg.
In: EPA Chemcial Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-800 Formetanate
Chemical safety information sheet. Carbamate insecticide. Toxicity: cholinesterase inhibitor; not absorbed through the skin.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 88-799 Fenamiphos
Chemical safety information sheet. Organophosphorus insecticide. Toxicity: is absorbed through the skin; inhibits cholinesterase.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-792 Chlorthiophos
Chemical safety information sheet. Organophosphorus insecticide. Toxicity: is absorbed through the skin; inhibits cholinesterase.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-786 Bicyclo[2.2.1]heptane-2-carbonitrile, 5-chloro-6((((methylamino)carbonyl)oxy)imino)-,(1s-(alpha, 2 beta, 4 alpha, 5 alpha, 6E))-
Chemical safety information sheet. Carbamate insecticide. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat, RTECS, 1985) = 19mg/kg; is absorbed through skin; cholinesterase inhibitor.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-773 Aluminum phosphide
Chemical safety information sheet. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, human) - 20mg/kg. Acute toxicity is primarily due to the decomposition of aluminium phosphide to phosphine gas. Effects: pulmonary oedema; respiratory failure; kidney, liver, heart and brain disorders.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 88-942 Dermal exposure related to pesticide use: Discussion of risk assessment
Papers in this symposium (St. Louis, Mo., USA, 8-13 Apr. 1984) covered: dermal absorption; methodology of field studies (application and exposure); studies with specific chemicals (methyl parathion, carbaryl, captan, mancozeb, carbon tetrachloride, ethylene dichloride, dichlorvos, chlordane, paraquat); trends in exposure evaluation and protection (models, estimation, protective clothing); integration of experimental data.
American Chemical Society, Book and Journals Division, 1155 16th Street N.W., Washington D.C. 20036, USA, 1985. 529p. Illus. 607 ref. Index. Price: USD 95.95.

CIS 88-768 Terbufos
Chemical safety information sheet. Insecticide. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 1.6mg/kg; is absorbed through skin; cholinesterase inhibition.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-749 Methamidophos
Chemical safety information sheet. Synonym: tamaron. Organophosphorus insecticide. Thermal decomposition products: oxides of nitrogen, phosphorus and sulfur. Toxicity: is absorbed through the skin; cholinesterase inhibitor.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-740 Ethoprophos
Chemical safety information sheet. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 34mg/kg (RTECS, 1985); LD50 (dermal, rabbit) = 26mg/kg (RTECS, 1985); is absorbed through skin; cholinesterase inhibitor.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-413 Sodium arsenate
Chemical safety information sheet. Insecticide. Exposure limits: OSHA PEL (1983) = 10µg As/m3; ACGIH (1983) TLV = 200µg As/m3. High mortality rate due to acute poisoning, usually within 48h.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 88-403 Manure gas - Hydrogen sulphide
Data sheet intended for farmers. Aspects covered: gas formation, properties, physiological effects, safe management of a liquid manure system, spreader tanks, and design and construction of new facilities.
Farm Safety Association, Unit 22, 340 Woodlawn Road West, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, Sep. 1985. 2p.

CIS 88-553 Majczakowa W., Badach H., Soczewińska-Klepacka Z., Mołocznik A.
Evaluation of conditions of work with a granular pesticide - Dursban 5G
Ocena warunków pracy podczas stosowania pestycydu w formie granulowanej - Dursbanu 5G [in Polish]
Pollution of workplace air with chlorpyrifos during sowing of sugar beets together with the granular phosphoroorganic insecticide Dursban 5G was measured. Hazards resulting from the introduction of this method of sowing were evaluated (pollution of skin and clothes). No pathological signs nor radical decreases of blood cholinesterase activity were observed in the exposed workers.
Medycyna Wiejska, 1985, Vol.20, No.4, p.269-278. 21 ref.

CIS 88-138 Thiourea, (2-chlorophenyl)
Chemical safety information sheet. Herbicide. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 4.6mg/kg; high oral toxicity.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 88-132 Sulfotep
Chemical safety information sheet. Synonym: TEDP. Insecticide. Skin absorption. Exposure limits: OSHA PEL (1978) = 0.2mg/m3; ACGIH TLV (1980) = 0.2mg/m3 (skin); IDLH (NIOSH/OSHA, 1978) = 35mg/m3. Non combustible. Thermal decomposition products: phosphorus and sulfur oxides. Toxicity: super toxic (probable oral lethal dose in humans <5mg/kg); cholinesterase inhibitor; symptoms are similar to other organophosphate pesticides; toxic effects may be delayed.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 88-126 Prothoate
Chemical safety information sheet. Synonym: telefos. Organophosphorus insecticide. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: LC50 (inhalation, rat) = 0.165mg/L/4h; is absorbed through the skin; toxic effects are similar to those of parathion; cholinesterase inhibitor.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-125 Promecarb
Chemical safety information sheet. Insecticide. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: is absorbed through the skin; reversible cholinesterase inhibitor; highly toxic by ingestion.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-124 Piprotal
Chemical safety information sheet. Synonym: Tropital. Insecticide. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 4.4mg/kg.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 88-122 Phosacetim
Chemical safety information sheet. Organophosphorus compound. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 3.7mg/kg; is absorbed through skin; highly toxic by mouth or skin exposure.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 88-121 Phosphoric acid, dimethyl 4-(methylthio) phenyl ester
Chemical safety information sheet. Organophosphorus insecticide. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 7mg/kg; is absorbed through the skin; cholinesterase inhibitor; symptoms are similar to those of parathion poisoning.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-120 Phosphonothioic acid, methyl-, o-(4-nitrophenyl) o-phenyl ester
Chemical safety information sheet. Organophosphorus pesticide. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 8mg/kg; is absorbed through the skin; cholinesterase inhibitor.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-119 Phosphonothioic acid, methyl-, o-ethyl o-(4-methylthio)phenyl) ester
Chemical safety information sheet. Organophosphorus pesticide. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: LD (low) (oral, rat) = 1mg/kg.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 88-118 Phosphamidon
Chemical safety information sheet. No established exposure limit. Thermal decomposition produces highly toxic fumes of phosphorus oxides and chlorides. Toxicity: LC50 (mouse, inhalation) = 0.03mg/L/1h; is absorbed through the skin; probable oral lethal dose for humans = 5-50mg/kg for a 70kg person; it is a cholinesterase inhibitor.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-111 Oxydisulfoton
Chemical safety information sheet. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, mouse) = 12mg/kg; is absorbed through the skin; highly toxic; systemic effects are typical of organophosphate insecticides.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 88-108 Monocrotophos
Chemical safety information sheet. Synonym: azodrin. Organophosphorus insecticide. Exposure limit: ACGIH TLV (1983) = 0.25mg/m3. Toxicity: is absorbed through the skin; cholinesterase inhibitor; probable human oral lethal dose = 5-50mg/kg.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-107 Methyl phenkapton
Chemical safety information sheet. Organophosphorus insecticide. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, mouse) = 11mg/kg; is absorbed through skin; cholinesterase inhibitor.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-99 Fuberidazole
Chemical safety information sheet. Fungicide. Toxicity: LC50 (inhalation, rat) = 0.33mg/L; is absorbed through skin; probable human oral lethal dose = 0.5-5g/kg.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-98 Formothion
Chemical safety information sheet. Insecticide, acaricide. Synonym: anthio. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: low to moderate; LD50 (mouse, inhalation) = 0.027mg/L; is absorbed through skin; depression of cholinesterase.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-97 Fluenetil
Chemical safety information sheet. Insecticide. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 6mg/kg; highly toxic to mammals; effects may be delayed. Avoid direct contact.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-96 Ethylmercuric phosphate
Chemical safety information sheet. Fungicide. Exposure limits: OSHA PEL (1983): TWA = 0.01mg Hg/m3; ceiling concentration = 0.04mg Hg/m3; ACGIH TLV (1983) = 0.01mg Hg/m3 (skin). Is absorbed through the skin. Toxicity: nervous system poison; irritation and blistering of skin; embryotoxic.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-93 EPN
Chemical safety information sheet. Synonyms: Santox; ethyl p-nitrophenyl phenylphosphonothioate. Exposure limits: OSHA PEL (1985) = 0.5mg/m3; ACGIH TLV (1983) = 0.5mg/m3; IDLH (NIOSH/OSHA, 1978) = 50mg/m3. Skin absorption. Incompatible with strong oxidisers. Toxicity: extremely hazardous by all routes of exposure; estimated lethal dose for humans = 0.3g for a 70kg person. Symptoms and effects are typical of organophosphorus pesticide poisoning.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-88 Dialifos
Chemical safety information sheet. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 5mg/kg; is absorbed through the skin; toxic effects are similar to parathion poisoning.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-87 Cyanophos
Chemical safety information sheet. Organophosphorus insecticide. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 18mg/kg; is absorbed through skin; cholinesterase inhibitor; effects may be delayed.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-85 Coumatetralyl
Chemical safety information sheet. Synonyms: Endox, Endrocide, Racumin 57, Rodentin. Rodenticide. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 16.5mg/kg; is absorbed through skin; anticoagulant.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 88-82 Chlorophacinone
Chemical safety information sheet. Synomyms: Muriol, Ramucide, Ratomet. Rodenticide. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, mouse) = 1.06mg/kg; is absorbed through skin; probable oral lethal dose for humans is <5-50mg/kg; symptoms are similar to those of warfarin.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-81 Carbamic acid, methyl-, o-(((2,4-dimethyl-1,3-dithiolan-2-yl)methylene)amino)-
Chemical safety information sheet. Synonym: 2,4-dimethyl-2-formyl-1,3-dithiolane oxime methylcarbamate. Toxicity: DL50 (oral, rat) = 1mg/kg. Use: nematocide. No established exposure limit.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 88-63 Azinphos-ethyl
Chemical safety information sheet. Organophosphorus insecticide. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 7mg/kg; systemic effects are similar to parathion; cholinesterase inhibitor; may cause death or permanent injury after very short exposure to small quantities.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-54 Amiton oxalate
Chemical safety information sheet. Organophosphorus insecticide. Synonyms: Tetram monooxalate, Tetram 75. No established exposure limit. Toxicity: LD50 (oral, rat) = 3mg/kg; is absorbed through skin; cholinesterase inhibitor.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 88-48 Aldrin
Aldriini [in Finnish]
Aldrin is a carcinogenic agent (LD50 = 39mg/kg). Toxic if inhaled, ingested or absorbed through skin. Long term exposure can cause hepatic damage and epileptic symptoms. Mandatory European labelling: T, R23, R24, R25, R103, S1, S2, S13, S28, S45, S103.
Register of Safety Information of Chemical Products, National Board of Labour Protection, Box 536, 33101 Tampere, Finland, Feb. 1985. 2p. Original on microfiche.

CIS 87-1234 Valinomycin
Chemical safety information sheet. Insecticide. No established exposure limit. This material is highly toxic orally; LD50 (oral, mouse) = 2.5mg/kg.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 87-1195 Antimycin A
Chemical safety information sheet. No established exposure limit. No available health hazard information. Registered as a pesticide in the USA.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 87-871 Triphenyltin chloride
Chemical safety information sheet. Very toxic. Is absorbed through the skin; dermal exposure may lead to severe skin burns as well as renal failure and possible death. Target organs affected: central nervous system, eyes, liver, urinary tract, skin and blood. Exposure limits: OSHA PEL (USA, 1983) = 0.1mg(Sn)/m3; ACGIH (USA, 1985) 8h TWA = 0.1mg/m3.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 4p.

CIS 87-846 Norbormide
Chemical safety information sheet. Moderately to highly toxic to humans. Probable human lethal dose = 50 to 500mg/kg. No established exposure limit.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 87-829 Isopropyl formate
Irritant to the eyes and nose (vapours). No established exposure limits. Used as a fumigant and synthesis raw material.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington DC 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 87-819 Fluoroacetamide
Chemical safety information sheet. Extremely toxic; probable human oral lethal dose is <5mg/kg. Chemically inhibits oxygen metabolism by cells with critical damage occurring in the heart, brain and lung, leading rapidly to death. Is absorbed through the skin. No established exposure limit.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

CIS 87-801 Chlormequat chloride
Chemical safety information sheet. No established exposure limit. Lowest oral lethal dose (human) = 10mg/kg. Is absorbed through the skin.
In: EPA Chemical Profiles, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. 20460, USA, Dec. 1985. 3p.

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