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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION

  1. Decaborane may cause primarily neurologic effects, including CNS depression and excitability, spasms, seizures, coma, and possibly permanent neuropsychological deficits. Liver and kidney damage may also occur. It is less toxic than pentaborane, whose effects it resembles, but is more toxic than diborane.
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