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Range of Toxicity

A) Serious burns are less likely if the pH is less than 11.5. Injury is greater with large exposures and high concentrations.
B) With highly concentrated liquids, esophageal burns may occur in up to 100% of patients, even after accidental ingestion.
C) A dose of 30 to 60 mg/kg is estimated to cause adverse effects in humans.
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