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OEHHA Publishes Updated List

February 18, 2015

The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has published an updated list, adding chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm, and to inform citizens about exposures to such chemicals.

The following 14 chemical substances were added to the California Proposition 65 list, effective December 26, 2014:

  • Dibenzanthracenes
  • Dibenz[a,c]anthracene [CAS# 215-58-7]
  • Dibenz[a,j]anthracene [CAS# 224-41-9]
  • N-Nitrosomethyl-n-propylamine [CAS# 924-46-9]
  • N-Nitrosomethyl-n-butylamine [CAS# 7068-83-9]
  • N-Nitrosomethyl-n-pentylamine [CAS# 13256-07-0]
  • N-Nitrosomethyl-n-hexylamine [CAS# 28538-70-7]
  • N-Nitrosomethyl-n-heptylamine [CAS# 16338-99-1]
  • N-Nitrosomethyl-n-octylamine [CAS#34423-54-6]
  • N-Nitrosomethyl-n-nonylamine [CAS# 75881-19-5]
  • N-Nitrosomethyl-n-decylamine [CAS# 75881-22-0]
  • N-Nitrosomethyl-n-undecylamine [CAS# 68107-26-6]
  • N-Nitrosomethyl-n-dodecylamine [CAS# 55090-44-3]
  • N-Nitrosomethyl-n-tetradecylamine [CAS# 75881-20-8]

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