The carcinogenicity of wood tars
Occupational Safety Caution: Hydrocarbon Stock!
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In 1932–1933 when chemical carcinogens—polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH)—first began to be manufactured, studies were begun concerning their separation from coal tar [1–3].
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