Acute toxicity and health effect of perfluoroisobutyronitrile on mice: a promising substitute gas-insulating medium to SF6

We find that the LC50 of C4F7N for male and female mice is 1175 ppm, 1380 ppm and female ones are more tolerant to C4F7N

Xiaoxing Zhang; Fanchao Ye; Yi Li; Shuangshuang Tian; Baojuan Xie; Yadong Gao; Song Xiao

2020

Scholarcy highlights

  • Acute toxicity and health effect of perfluoroisobutyronitrile on mice: a promising substitute gas-insulating medium to SF6
  • We find that the LC50 of C4F7N for male and female mice is 1175 ppm, 1380 ppm and female ones are more tolerant to C4F7N
  • Mice that exposed to 1000 ppm C4F7N for 4 h could survive and return to their normal state after the 14-day observation period without irreversible damage
  • Relevant results revealed the acute inhalation toxicity of C4F7N systematically and provided fundamental reference for inhalation safety protection and engineering application

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