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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION
- There have been no reports of human systemic toxicity from propylene imine. Its toxicity is thought to be similar to that of ethyleneimine. Eye and mucous membrane irritation have been seen with exposure to vapor. Direct eye contact has caused corneal damage.
- Potential toxicity by analogy with the similar, more toxic compound ethyleneimine includes potential transient CNS, hepatic, and renal injury. Exposure to oxides of nitrogen released by combustion or thermal degradation of propylene imine could theoretically produce respiratory irritation or noncardiogenic pulmonary edema.
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