Drugs and Poisons in Humans - A Handbook of Practical Analysis (Part 48)

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Introduction: Naphthalene (naphthalin) is being widely used as a moth repellant (insecticide), and being sold at supermarkets and general stores. Since one package of the compound usually contains as much as 1.8–5 g of naphthalene, the accidental ingestion of such a product by a small infant may cause fatality. However, recently, p-dichlorobenzene products, to be dealt with in the next chapter, have become more popular as a moth repellant. Naphthalene exists in the form of colorless crystals at room temperature, but easily sublimes into its gas with an aromatic odor exerting the repellant effect for insects. In this chapter, a...

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