Table of Contents
|Historical Development of Guidance Recommendations||2-2|
|Descriptions of Guidance Levels||3-4|
|Preparation of EEGLs, CEGLs, and SPEGLs||5-8|
|Appendix A: Types of Information Provided by Requesting Agency||12-12|
|Appendix B: Format for EEGL Document||13-13|
|Appendix C: Fluorocarbon 11||14-21|
|Appendix D: Extrapolation of Data--Oral to Inhalation and Animal to Human||22-22|
|Appendix E: Conversion Factors||23-24|
|Appendix F: EEGLs for Carcinogens||25-28|
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