Q2.11

Question of the Week

What solvent, when inhaled, can lead to high carbon monoxide (CO) levels and toxicity?

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10 Responses

  1. coal gas

  2. toluene

  3. dichloromethane

  4. The Highly Volatile compound Methylene Chloride (Dichlormethane) a widely used solvent found in many things including, industrial paint removers, and kitchen degreaser.

  5. The Highly volatile compound methylene chloride (dichlormethane). A widely used solvent found in many things including paint remover, and kitchen degreaser

  6. methylene chloride

  7. methylene chloride

  8. 1.) Dichloromethane

  9. Methylene chloride

  10. Carbon Monoxide?

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