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Any information on the disposal of soil contaminated with nitro toluene is much needed. Is there anything that can dissolve nitro toluene?



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Here are some relevant research reports to look for in your library or to purchase from the National Technical information Service (phone 703-487-4780)

1992 "Toluene" Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services

1990 J. Huff "Technical Report on Toxicology and Carcinogenesis Studies of Toluene." National Toxicology Program DHHS

1987 Bittker, D. "Detailed Mechanism of Toluene Oxidation and Comparison With Benzene". NASA

1985 "Toluene" UN Environmental Program, International Labor Organization, World Health Organization

1983 "Health Assessment document for toluene" USEPA

1980 Buihema, A. "Benzene, Xylene and Toluene in Aquatic Systems: A Review" American Petroleum Institute.

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