Arsenic Inorganic Lead Organic Lead Manganese Inorganic Mercury Organic Mercury
Aluminum, Thallium, and Other Metals Organic Solvents
Mixed Solvents Methyl Alcohol Ethylene Glycol a-Hexane and Methyl-a-Butyl Ketone Toluene (methyl benzene) Trichlorethylene
Acetone, Benzene, Carbon Disulfide, Carbon Tetrachloride Gases
Cyanide, Ethylene Oxide, Nitrous Oxide Pesticides
Organophosphate Insecticides Organochlorine Insecticides
Other Pesticides: Methyl Bromide, Picrotoxin, and Strychnine
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