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The FEMA GRAS Assessment of Furfural Used as a Flavour

The safety assessment takes into account the current scientific information on exposure, metabolism, pharmacokinetics, toxicology, carcinogenicity and genotoxicity. Furfural was reaffirmed as GRAS (GRASr) as a flavour ingredient under conditions of intended use based on: (1) its mode of metabolic detoxication in humans; (2) its low level of flavour use compared with higher intake levels as a …

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1988 OSHA PEL Project - Furfural | NIOSH | CDC

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Thermal behavior research for co-combustion of furfural

Furfural 99 % | Kefid | Sigma-Aldrich

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FURFURAL HAZARD SUMMARY Furfural

Sep 28, 2011 · Furfural is a colorless, oily liquid that turns rust-colored when exposed to air and light. An inhalation exposure to 260 ppm of furfural was fatal to rats but not to mice or rabbits. A four-week exposure of dogs to 130 ppm for six hours a day caused liver damage, but no adverse effects were observed at 63 ppm (AIHA 1965, as cited in ACGIH 1986/Ex. 1-3, p. 280).

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Furfural | C4H3OCHO - PubChem

Help. New Window. Furfural was detected in 2 of 8 samples of mother's milk volatiles with two samples collected at each of four sites, Bayonne, NJ, Jersey City, NJ, Pittsburgh, PA, and Baton Rouge, LA; positive samples were from Jersey City and Baton Rouge (1).

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Furfural | Sappi Global

Furfural is a colorless, oily liquid that turns reddish brown on exposure to light and air. It is used in making chemicals, as a solvent in petroleum refining, a fungicide, and a weed killer. REASON FOR CITATION * Furfural is on the Hazardous Substance List because it is regulated by OSHA and cited by ACGIH, DOT, NIOSH, HHAG, NFPA, and EPA.

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