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Chemicals that can cause uncomfortable or serious effects when in contact with a tissue. This can happen either on direct contact with the material, or being exposed to its vapors or if they're finely divided. While most dry compounds can irritate the skin, nose or lips, this category is only for compounds that affect all living tissues in a significant effect.
 
Chemicals that can cause uncomfortable or serious effects when in contact with a tissue. This can happen either on direct contact with the material, or being exposed to its vapors or if they're finely divided. While most dry compounds can irritate the skin, nose or lips, this category is only for compounds that affect all living tissues in a significant effect.
  
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Revision as of 08:25, 12 July 2017

Chemicals that can cause uncomfortable or serious effects when in contact with a tissue. This can happen either on direct contact with the material, or being exposed to its vapors or if they're finely divided. While most dry compounds can irritate the skin, nose or lips, this category is only for compounds that affect all living tissues in a significant effect.

Pages in category "Irritants"

The following 129 pages are in this category, out of 129 total.