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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION

  1. Ethyl formate is a mucous membrane irritant, which is less irritating but more strongly narcotic than methyl formate. No chronic effects have been seen in humans.
  1. Ethyl formate is moderately toxic by ingestion and mildly toxic by skin contact and inhalation.
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