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Antimony NIOSH CDC

Jun 24, 2019Antimony (Sb) is a silver-white brittle solid or a dark-gray, lustrous powder. It can be harmful to the eyes and skin. Antimony can also cause problems with the lungs, heart, and stomach. Workers may be harmed from exposure to antimony and its compounds. The level of exposure depends upon the dose, duration, and work being done.

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Antimony (Sb) Chemical properties, Health and

CharacteristicsApplicationsIntroductionAntimony is a semimetallic chemical element which can exist in two forms: the metallic form is bright, silvery, hard and brittle; the non metallic form is a grey powder. Antimony is a poor conductor of heat and electricity, it is stable in dry air and is not attacked by dilute acids or alkalis. Antimony and some of its alloys expand on cooling.

ATSDR Public Health Statement: Antimony

Jan 21, 20151.5 How can Antimony affect my health? Antimony in the air can cause lung effects in workers and laboratory animals. Antimony can also cause heart problems. It can damage the heart muscle and cause changes in electrocardiogram (EKG) readings. High levels of antimony in drinking water can cause vomiting and abdominal pain.

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Antimony Environmental Effects, Health Effects

Health Effects of Antimony. Especially the people who work with Antimony may suffer the effects of exposure by continual breathing in antimony dust. For Humans, the exposure to Antimony can take place by drinking water, breathing air, and eating s that contain it. Moreover, by skin contact with water, soil, and other substances that contain

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The Health Dangers of Antimony Global Healing

May 28, 2013Antimony is used as a part of the therapy for these conditions and can sometimes have toxic side effects that lead to pancreatitis and cardio toxicity. Health Dangers of Antimony. In general, how your body reacts to a toxic level of antimony will depend on how you were exposed. Those who breathed in the compound, like the port workers mentioned

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Sb Element (Antimony) Atomic Data, Latin Name, Uses

Aug 01, 2018Sb Element (Antimony) Antimony is chemical element number 51, with atomic weight 122, chemical symbol Sb, and is a member of group 15 of the periodic table. Learn applications, properties, health effectsuses of antimony with videos.

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Atomic Mass: 121.760 g.mol ⁻¹

ANTIMONY mplXIDE HAZARD SUMMARY Antimony Trioxide

* Exposure to Antimony Trioxide can irritate the nose, mouth, throat and lungs causing cough, wheezing and/or shortness of breath. A metallic taste may occur. * Antimony Trioxide can cause headaches, poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, dry throat, and loss of sleep. Chronic Health Effects The following chronic (long-term) health effects can occur at

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Antimony: ATSDR Fact Sheet

Jan 27, 2016Antimony This fact sheet answers the most frequently asked health questions about antimony. For more information, you may call 1-888-422-8737. This fact sheet is one in a series of summaries about hazardous substances and their health effects. This information is important because this substance may harm you.

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Antimony in Drinking-water World Health Organization

The chemical behaviour of antimony is as complex as that of arsenic, its neighbour in the periodic table (Wiberg, 1985). It is speculated that antimony could be a natural co-contaminant with arsenic in some drinking-waters (Gebel, 1999b). Soluble forms of antimony (and arsenic) tend to be quite mobile in water, whereas less soluble species

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Antimony Compounds United States Environmental

Antimony can be measured in the urine, feces, and blood. (1) Health Hazard Information Acute Effects: The only effects reported from acute exposure to antimony by inhalation in humans are effects on the skin and eyes. Skin effects consist of a condition known as antimony spots, which is a rash consisting of

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Right to Know Hazardous Substance Fact Sheet

Chronic Health Effects The following chronic (long-term) health effects can occur at some time after exposure to Antimony and can last for months or years: Cancer Hazard f According to the information presently available to the New Jersey Department of Health, Antimony has been tested and has not been shown to cause cancer in animals.

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Sb Element (Antimony) Atomic Data, Latin Name, Uses

Sb Element (Antimony) Antimony is chemical element number 51, with atomic weight 122, chemical symbol Sb, and is a member of group 15 of the periodic table. Learn applications, properties, health effectsuses of antimony with videos.

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CDC NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards Antimony

NIOSH REL TWA 0.5 mg/m 3 [*Note: The REL also applies to other antimony compounds (as Sb).] OSHA PEL TWA 0.5 mg/m 3 [*Note: The PEL also applies to other antimony

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Antimony (Sb) Chemical properties, Health and

Antimony is an important metal in the world economy. Annual production is about 50.000 tonnes per year, with virgin materials coming mainly from china, Russia, Bolivia and South Africa. World reserves exceed 5 million tonnes. In Finland there is a deposit of elemental antimony. Health effects of antimony

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(PDF) The exposure to and health effects of antimony

Antimony has some useful but undoubtedly harmful effects on health and well-being and measures need to be taken to prevent hazardous exposure

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Antimony and health The BMJ

Antimony is a metal in group Vb of the periodic system, just below arsenic, with which it shares several chemical and toxicological properties. Considered to be a non-essential trace element, it occurs naturally in the trivalent and pentavalent states with sulphur, mainly as stibnite ore (Sb2S3).1 Antimony's main applications are industrial—it is used in alloys for hardening lead

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Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality: Guideline

Antimony, as a pure metal, is used for the production of semiconductors, infrared detectors and diodes. Alloys of antimony are used in the manufacture of batteries, cable sheathing, printing type, plumbing solder and antifriction materials; non-metal antimony products are used in flame retardant materials, paint pigments, ceramic enamels, , glass and pottery, ammunition

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Public Health Goal for ANTIMONY California

adverse health effects would not be expected to occur, even over a lifetime of exposure. PHGs are noticed in workers processing antimony. These effects included “antimony spots” a form of dermatitis, and later respiratory, pulmonary and heart effects

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Antimony Wikipedia

Adverse health effects have been observed in humans and animals following inhalation, oral, or dermal exposure to antimony and antimony compounds. Antimony toxicity typically occurs either due to occupational exposure, during therapy or from accidental ingestion. It is unclear if antimony can enter the body through the skin.

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Beryllium Overview Occupational Safety and Health

The element beryllium is a grey metal that is stronger than steel and lighter than aluminum. Its physical properties of great strength-to-weight, high melting point, excellent thermal stability and conductivity, reflectivity, and transparency to X-rays make it an essential material in the aerospace, telecommunications, information technology, defense, medical, and nuclear

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Welding Fume Exposure Health Effects Acute and Chronic

Mar 19, 2019Welding Fume Exposure Health Effects Acute and Chronic Posted on March 19, 2019 Posted by atlanticei If you need welding fume exposure evaluation discussed in this article call us at 1-800-344-4414 or email us at [email protected] for details and a free estimate.

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Definition of Antimony Health and Medical Information

Dec 11, 2018Exposure to antimony at high levels can result in a variety of adverse health effects. Breathing high levels for a long time can irritate the eyes and lungs and can cause heart and lung problems, stomach pain and ulcers, diarrhea, and vomiting. Ingesting large doses of antimony can also cause vomiting. Antimony can irritate the skin if it is

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Beryllium Compounds

NIOSH IDLH-- National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health's immediately dangerous to life or health concentration; NIOSH recommended exposure limit to ensure that a worker can escape from an exposure condition that is likely to cause death or immediate or delayed permanent adverse health effects or prevent escape from the environment.

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Antimony Health Facts

Side effects of these medications include myocarditis, pericardial effusion, and other electrocardiographic abnormalities. Rarely these adverse effects can be as serious as bradycardia, ventricular arrhythmias, and sudden death. Toxicological Profile for Antimony US Public Health Service, US Department of Health and Human Services, Atlanta GA

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Antimony (Sb) Chemical properties, Health and

Antimony is an important metal in the world economy. Annual production is about 50.000 tonnes per year, with virgin materials coming mainly from china, Russia, Bolivia and South Africa. World reserves exceed 5 million tonnes. In Finland there is a deposit of elemental antimony. Health effects of antimony

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Antimony Health Facts

Side effects of these medications include myocarditis, pericardial effusion, and other electrocardiographic abnormalities. Rarely these adverse effects can be as serious as bradycardia, ventricular arrhythmias, and sudden death. Toxicological Profile for Antimony US Public Health Service, US Department of Health and Human Services, Atlanta GA

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Antimony and health The BMJ

Antimony is a metal in group Vb of the periodic system, just below arsenic, with which it shares several chemical and toxicological properties. Considered to be a non-essential trace element, it occurs naturally in the trivalent and pentavalent states with sulphur, mainly as stibnite ore (Sb2S3).1 Antimony's main applications are industrial—it is used in alloys for hardening lead

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what is health effects from mining antimony

The exposure to and health effects of antimonyPublic health effects of antimony The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry[] has composed a compr

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Screening assessment antimony-containing substances

While antimony trioxide is not included in this assessment, the results of the NTP (2016) and Newton et al. (1994) studies conducted with antimony trioxide form the basis of the chronic inhalation health effects review, in the absence of studies conducted with an antimony substance from the grouping.

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The Risk Assessment Information System

Aug 29, 1997Antimony (Sb) is a naturally occurring metal that is used in various manufacturing processes. It exists in valence states of 3 and 5 (Budavari, 1989; ATSDR, 1990). Antimony is a common urban air pollutant (Beliles, 1979). Exposure to antimony may be via inhalation, oral and dermal routes (ATSDR, 1990).

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Antimony toxicity, side effects, diseases and

Biologists have noted that antimony readily seeps into the soil and into waters, causing health effects among birds and fish exposed to the metal. Animals who eat or are in direct contact with antimony have a higher chance of dying, researchers have noted. Body systems affected by antimony. Antimony is a known irritant. The systems affected by

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TThe exposure to and health effects of he exposure to and

health effects of antimony, including health effects by route of exposure (inhalation, oral, and dermal exposure), toxicokinetics (absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion), biomarkers of exposure, and effect, among other chapters. It is not the scope of the current review to repeat facts contained therein. Clearly, antimony toxicity is

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Welding Fume Exposure Health Effects Acute and Chronic

Mar 19, 2019Welding Fume Exposure Health Effects Acute and Chronic Posted on March 19, 2019 Posted by atlanticei If you need welding fume exposure evaluation discussed in this article call us at 1-800-344-4414 or email us at [email protected] for details and a free estimate.

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Antimony heavy metal toxicity, do you have these symptoms?

Antimony is a toxic heavy metal to humans and has serious health implications for those that may be toxic with antimony. When your body accumulates antimony over time it influences and raises your blood cholesterol while at the same time can decrease your blood gold level.

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The exposure to and health effects of antimony Cooper RG

Context: This minireview describes the health effects of antimony exposure in the workplace and the environment. Aim: To collate information on the consequences of occupational and environmental exposure to antimony on physiological function and well-being. Methods: The criteria used in the current minireview for selecting articles were adopted from proposed

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Antimony and compounds National Pollutant Inventory

Overview Health effects Environmental effects Sources of emissions References Description Antimony is mixed into alloys and used in lead storage batteries, solder, sheet and pipe metal, motor bearings, castings, semiconductors, and pewter. Antimony oxide is added to textiles, , rubber, adhesives, pigments and stone to prevent them from catching fire.

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Antimony Pure Water Products, LLC

Antimony enters drinking water as a result of human activity, especially through coal burning and the smelting of antimony-containing ores. Other sources include discharge from petroleum refineries, fire retardants, ceramics, electronics and solder. Health Effects of Antimony. Antimony can have effects similar to arsenic, its elemental neighbor.

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The exposure to and health effects of antimony Europe

Public health effects of antimony. The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry[] has composed a comprehensive account of the public health effects of antimony, including health effects by route of exposure (inhalation, oral, and dermal exposure), toxicokinetics (absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion), biomarkers of exposure, and effect, among other

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