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SureCN50085     2-methoxy-6-methyl-phenol

Synonyms: NSC-7374, AG-E-93923, NSC7374, FR-1146, AC1L2NNF, ...
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  • In order to determine whether phenol-formaldehyde-resin-coated wood particles would cause an acute decline in pulmonary function, 176 workers in 2 oriented strandboard production plants were given respiratory questionnaires and pulmonary function tests before and during their work shifts [6].


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