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1 mg-min/m3 ÷ 3 = 20 mg-min/m3 or 4 mg/m3) was considered an estimated threshold for incapacitating effects. A one-third reduction is often used to estimate a noeffect level (in this case, the highest concentration that is not expected to cause incapacitation) from an effect level (in this case, a concentration that incapacitates 50% of exposed persons). Comparison of the estimated threshold level and other possible point of departures for AEGL-2 values suggests that this estimate is likely to be protective.
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