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Which household products have the highest emission of ethyl benzene?

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Ethyl benzene is most commonly found in: coal tar, petroleum, ink, pesticides, and paint. Answer: You may be exposed to ethylbenzene from the use of:
  • Gasoline
  • Tobbacco products
  • From its use as a solvent in:
- pesticides
- carpet glues
- varnishes
- paints
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