Butadiene and Styrene: Assessment of Health Hazards

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Both butadiene and styrene are produced in high volumes; their combined annual production is 20 million tons. They occur together in many industrial and commercial products, including latexes, polymers, adhesives, and particularly in styrene-butadiene rubber tires. Styrene was classified in 1987 within IARC criteria as 2B (possibly carcinogenic to humans); 1,3-butadiene was placed in class 2A (probably carcinogenic to humans) at the meeting of a working group convened by IARC in 1991. This volume brings together the latest ...

Butadiene and Styrene: Assessment of Health Hazards 1993, Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN-13: 9789283221272

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