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  1. Butylamine is a potent skin, eye, and mucous membrane irritant. Direct skin contact causes severe primary irritation and blistering.
    1. The principal hazard of concentrated butylamine to human health is its capacity to produce severe burns of the skin and eyes, as well as respiratory tract irritation (the maximal effect being pulmonary edema).
    1. Exposure to butylamine vapors may result in erythema, particularly about the face. The face and neck may become florid within 3 hours after exposure, and desquamation of the facial skin may follow in 3 days. A burning, itching sensation accompanies these symptoms.
  1. Industrial experience indicates that airborne levels of butylamine of about 5 ppm may be irritating.
  1. Individuals with chronic respiratory, skin, or eye disease are at increased risk from butylamine exposure.
  1. Butylamine is a questionable carcinogen with experimental tumorigenic data. Experimental mutation data have been reported.
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