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  1. Chlorosilanes are very corrosive to skin and mucous membranes, and liberate hydrochloric acid in the presence of water. Oral toxicity is greater than for alkyl or alkoxy non-chlorinated derivatives in animals. Little is known about effects of chronic exposure.
  1. Signs and symptoms following ingestion of dimethyldichlorosilane may include increased salivation, intense thirst, dysphagia, chills, pain, and shock. Oral, esophageal and stomach burns may develop and coffee-ground emesis is common. Circulatory collapse may occur.
  1. Inhalation of dimethyldichlorosilane may result in sneezing, choking, laryngitis, dyspnea, and chest pain. Nasal and oral bleeding and ulceration, pulmonary edema, chronic bronchitis, and pneumonia may also occur.
  1. Eye exposure may result in irritation, pain, swelling, corneal erosion, and possible blindness. Dermatitis, severe burns, and shock may occur from dermal exposure.
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