CAS RN: 67-66-3

Skin / Eye / Resp. Irritants

Skin and eye irritant
Threshold of irritation: 20480 mg/cu m
.... Exposure to concentrated chloroform vapors causes a stinging sensation in the eye. Splashing of the liquid into the eye evokes burning, pain and redness of the conjunctival tissue. Occasional injury of the corneal epithelium will recover fully within a few days. Dermal contact with chloroform causes chemical dermatitis (symptoms: irritation, reddening, blistering and burns.)
Irritating to skin, eyes, and respiratory system.
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