The effects of naphthalene on the environment
Naphthalene is a type 2 carcinogen that metabolizes in the body through oxidative transformation. It can be found in the atmosphere and in water and soil as well as in day-to-day products such as insecticides, deodorizers, toys, antiseptics, mothballs, and tobacco smoke. It enters the body mainly through a gaseous form, but it can also be ingested or absorbed dermally.
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