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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION
- Very little information is available on the toxicity of ammonium perchlorate. This agent is an irritant of eyes, skin, and mucous membranes. Hypothyroidism may occur following chronic exposures. Ammonium perchlorate has been found as a ground water contaminant, but has not been found to result in excess cancers or adverse effects on the thyroid or indirectly on other physiologic systems in epidemiologic studies.
- INHALATION - Irritating and toxic fumes of ammonia, chlorides, and oxides of nitrogen can be released in fires, and could cause severe respiratory tract irritation or pulmonary edema.
- INGESTION - Cases of ingestions have not been reported, but irritation of the esophagus or gastrointestinal tract may be predicted.
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