An LD50 study of inhaled pentachlorophenol has been conducted. Seven groups of rats, consisting of 12 animals each, were exposed to the aerosol of sodium pentachlorophenate. The LD50 was 11.7 mg/kg body weight as shown on a probit curve.
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Hoben, H.J., Ching, S.A. & Casarett, L.J. A study of inhalation of pentachlorophenol by rats III. Inhalation toxicity study. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 15, 463–465 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01685073
- Inhalation Exposure
- Intraperitoneal Dose
- Sodium Pentachlorophenate