Positive and negative (dimethyl sulfoxide) controls were included. An appropriate response was observed in the positive control. Evaluation of subchronic inhalation toxicity of dimethyl disulfide in rats.
Kim HY(1), Lee SB, Chung YH, Lim CH, Yu IJ, Park SC, Shin JY, Kim SH, Shin DH, Kim JC. Flammable liquids, Category 2.
Acute toxicity , Category Oral. Skin sensitization, Sub- category 1B. Eye irritation, Category 2A. GUSTAF LJUNGGREN and BO NORBERG.
The literature contains very little data on the effect of dimethyl sulfide, dimethyl disulfide and methyl rnercaptan on the living organism. Note: See Working with the Information on this Page section below for important notes about this data. Dimethyl Disulfide and Methyl Mercaptan.
This database and website are updated and enhanced by Pesticide Action Network North America . SUMMARY OF TOXICOLOGY DATA. Chronic toxicity , rat: Data gap, study not submitted. What is dimethyl disulfide ? Gives off irritating or toxic fumes (or gases) in a fire. NO open flames, NO sparks, and NO smoking.
Powder, water spray, foam, carbon dioxide. Above 24°C use a closed system, ventilation, and explosion-proof electrical equipment. In case of fire: keep . Inhalation toxicity : Exposing two male and two female rats to 2ppm dimethyl disulfide for hours per day for days resulted in lethargy, respiratory difficulty, low weight gain, and congested organs.
Chemical name (IUPAC):. After days of hour exposures at 1ppm there were no toxic signs or organ abnormalities in two male and two female. It is a flammable liquid with an unpleasant, garlic-like odor. A number of experiments on the effects and toxicity of dimethyl sulfide , dimethyl disulfide and methyl mercaptan on rats are described.
The effects of these sulfides are mainly the same as those of hydrogen sulfide.
The toxicity , estimated from the c. Paladin EC formulated product, but the U. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution. DIMETHYL DISULFIDE is a reducing agent. A dangerous fire hazard when exposed to oxidizing materials.
A man was found dead in a tank where gaseous dimethyl sulfide (DMS) was present. Fatality due to inhalation of dimethyl sulfide in a confined space: A case report and animal experiments.