Exposure Monitoring and Risk Assessment of Biphenyl in the Workplace

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Hyeon-Yeong Kim; Sae-Mi Shin; Miran Ham; Cheol-Hong Lim; Sang-Hoon Byeon;

This study was performed to assess exposure to and the risk caused by biphenyl in the workplace. Biphenyl is widely used as a heat transfer medium and as an emulsifier and polish in industry. Vapor or high levels of dust inhalation and dermal exposure to biphenyl can ca... View more
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