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What is antimony trioxide?
What is it used for?
Is there scientific data on antimony?
What does "RA" stand for ?
What does "ATO" stand for ?
Why did antimony trioxide go through a risk assessment?
What does "endorsement at OECD level" mean?
Is the general public exposed to antimony?
Is antimony trioxide harmful to the health of the general public or consumers?
Is antimony trioxide harmful to the environment?
Which consumer products require the use of antimony trioxide as a flame retardant?
Why should we use flame-retardants?
Why is antimony trioxide used in conjunction with flame retardants?
Why is ATO classified under a risk phrase of carcinogenicity?
ATO has been classified as possibly carcinogenic by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and by the European Union. Does this mean it causes cancer?
Can exposure to ATO cause irritation or sensitisation reactions?
What is an exposure scenario?
What is an identified use?
What do I need to check as a downstream user when I get an Exposure Scenario from my supplier?
What do I do if I notice that my use is not covered?
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