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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION

  1. There are no well documented health hazards to humans from acute exposure to carbon black. Potential health effects are generally due to impurities adsorbed on its surface rather than to the carbon itself.
  1. Carbon black may be irritating to the skin and nose, mouth, throat and respiratory tract. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes.
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