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The National Toxicology Program"s Chemical Database, Volume VI

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The National Toxicology Program's Chemical Database consists of eight volumes containing 50 fields that present detailed information on 2, different chemicals. The data is obtained from the literature or experimentally determined. Each compound is listed in every volume even when there is no information available for it in some volumes.

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