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Ethylbenzene, also called ETHYL OXIDE, is an anemic and flammable fluid with fragrant odor, insoluble in water, and miscible in a lot of organic solvents such as ethanol as well as ether. It is relatively stable in nature and is used in natural synthesis and also as a solvent.
It is mainly used in the production of styrene, the synthesis of polymers, and also as a solvent or diluent. It is highly irritating to the skin and mucous membranes, and has an anesthetic effect in high concentrations. This product is of low toxicity, and its effects on the human body are mainly in the following aspects:
It can be absorbed through the respiratory tract, digestive tract and skin. Acute inhalation of 4.92g/m3 to 9.84g/m3 can cause acute poisoning, eye and nose irritation, fatigue, dizziness and chest tightness.
At 24.6g/m3, it is unbearable. In severe cases, nausea, vomiting, staggering gait, coma, encephalopathy and toxic liver disease may occur. Direct inhalation of this product can cause pulmonary edema or chemical pneumonia. Long-term exposure to 492mg/m3 environment for 8 hours a day can cause chronic effects, mainly causing neurasthenia syndrome, respiratory irritation symptoms, and leukopenia.
Frequent direct contact with the skin can cause roughness, chapping and peeling. During the production process, pay attention to the protection of respiratory system and also the defense of hand and also face skin call.