Chapter_03_Odors

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Section 3.6 Odors 3.6 Odors Table 3.10 Comparison of odor recognition threshold and OSHA PEL for various chemicals (maximum value of odor threshold to two significant digits, abstracted from Appendix A.20). material odor recognition threshold (PPM) PEL (PPM) n-butyl acetate 20. 150 n-butyl mercaptan
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Unformatted text preview: 9.0 x 10-4 10 carbon monoxide no odor 50 ethylene oxide 780 1 hydrogen cyanide 4.5 10 methyl alcohol 20,000 200 methyl bromide 1,000 5 methyl formate 2,800 100 methyl methacrylate 0.34 100 methylene chloride 620 25 nickel carbonyl 30. 0.001 triethylamine 0.27 25 xylidene 0.0049 5 173...
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