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Diatomite from microscopic plankton fossils chalk powder extraction. Although do not have a harm touch, diatomite contains silicon dioxide, therefore inhalation can cause respiratory disease. Inhaled into the powder will result in the nose and throat mucosa become dry and stimulation. In addition, diatomite contains silicon dioxide could also lead to severe lung disease, including cancer.

A dry throat can be solved immediately, but more severe respiratory disease may be in a few years later will show it. Diatomite has many USES, including as a pesticide use, therefore should be careful operation.

Although diatomaceous earth people often regarded as a kind of carcinogenic substance, but only it contains silicon dioxide has the risk of cancer. Look from current research institutions to provide data, previously people with respiratory diseases are more susceptible to inhale the negative impact of the material.

Wear the mask when the proposal is in contact with diatomite. If breathing dust, should be immediately transferred to fresh air place.

Silicon dioxide crystallization also called quartz, soil, sand, granite and other minerals, the basic composition and a small amount of exists in lime. In addition to be categorized as lung carcinogen, crystalline silicon dioxide can also lead to fatal lung disease called silicosis. silicon dioxide dust can cause pulmonary scarring, impede oxygen, and makes it difficult to breathe. The most common form of the disease is chronic silicosis, will be in contact with quartz 15-20 years after onset, but a lot of contact with crystalline silicon dioxide could onset in 5 to 10 years.



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