CAS RN: 67-66-3

Range of Toxicity

A) TOXICITY: Concentrations of chloroform used for the induction of anesthesia range from 20,000 to 40,000 ppm for brief periods; exposure to these concentrations for a longer duration of time is life-threatening. Exposure to 14,000 ppm becomes dangerous to life at 1 hour of exposure. Death due to CNS depression may result with acute ingestion of as little as 10 mL, with the average oral lethal dose estimated to be 0.5 to 5 g/kg.
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