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  1. GENERAL - This compound is strongly irritating or caustic to eyes, lungs, skin, and mucous membranes. It decomposes into hydrogen chloride and sulfur dioxide, both of which are irritating gases. Specific toxicologic studies are not available.
  1. INHALATION EXPOSURE - This compound is a strong respiratory irritant; it is moderately toxic. Acute exposures may result in pulmonary edema, inflammation, pneumonia, bronchospasm, and death.
  1. DERMAL EXPOSURE - Thionyl chloride is a strong dermal irritant, causing burns and dermatitis.
  1. EYES AND MUCOUS MEMBRANE EXPOSURE - This compound may burn exposed areas, causing conjunctivitis and rhinitis.
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