These are exposure studies associated with the chemical and all of its children.
|Reference||Associated Study Title||Author's Summary||Study Factors||Stressor||Receptors||Country||Medium||Exposure Marker||Measurements||Outcome|
|1.||Vermeulen R, et al. (2004).||Benzene and toluene exposures were determined in part by the degree of contact with glues, the benzene and toluene content of each glue, air movement and ventilation patterns.||1,1,1-trichloroethane | 2,2,4-trimethylpentane | 3-xylene | 4-xylene | Acetone | Benzene | chlorobenzene | ethyl acetate | ethylbenzene | ethylene dichloride | Heptanes | Hexanes | Methylene Chloride | methylethyl ketone | methyl isobutyl ketone | octane | pentane | Toluene||Workers||China||air, indoor||1,1,1-trichloroethane | 2,2,4-trimethylpentane | 3-xylene | 4-xylene | Acetone | Benzene | chlorobenzene | ethyl acetate | ethylbenzene | ethylene dichloride | Heptanes | Hexanes | Methylene Chloride | methylethyl ketone | methyl isobutyl ketone | octane | pentane | Toluene||Details|
|2.||Yorifuji T, et al. (2012).||In the present study, it was demonstrated that volatile organic compounds were higher in the vicinity of the factory, and even the concentration of total volatile organic compounds in the residential area exceeded 200 micrograms per cubic meter. Furthermore, the prevalence of mucocutaneous and respiratory symptoms was highest among the residents in the closest area to the factory.||Volatile Organic Compounds||Study subjects||Japan||air||2-xylene | 4-dichlorobenzene | 4-ethyltoluene | Benzene | decane | ethyl acetate | ethylbenzene | Heptanes | methyl isobutyl ketone | n-dodecane | nonane | octane | pseudocumene | Styrene | Tetrachloroethylene | Toluene | Trichloroethylene | tridecane | undecane | Volatile Organic Compounds | Xylenes||Details||Lung Diseases|