- abandonmentLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Benzene is a known carcinogen with toxicity and anesthetization. The exposure cause tremors, dizziness, and unconsciousness. Benzene damages eyes, skin, the respiratory system, and the central nervous system.
As long as methylbenzene(toluene) may enter the human system not only by inhalation or ingestion but also by the contact with eyes and skin, it cannot exit the body via the normal routes (urine, feces, or sweat) and cause chronic (long-term) damages to central nervous system, memory decline, sleeplessness, and uncoordinated body motions. The effects of toluene chronic exposure may injure the hearing and cause the dermatitis.
Ethylbenzene, which alters the normal activity of the nervous system in such a way as to cause damage to nervous tissue, can be classified as a neurotoxin. Symptoms that include headaches, vomiting, throat aching, and snivel may appear after inhalating the fumes.
- 1 decade ago
“the benzene” is a kind of careinogen, the ingredient has the toxicity and stupefactive, the patient displays can have the euphoria, the footsteps not steady and the intelligent confusion phenomenon. To the eye, the skin, the respiratory system, the blood pathological change, the central nervous system will have the injury. as soon as “the toluene” passes through the food enters, the inspiration perhaps after the skin, the eye contact, in vivo will accumulate, belongs to long-term, the chronic toxicity, possibly causes the chronic central nervous system to suffer injury, the memory drops, the sleep to be restless and the movement is uncoordinated, the long-term exposition also possibly affects the hearing and causes the dermatitis. “the ethyl benzene” easy to affect human body's central nervous system, in the nature belongs to the central nervous system to be poisonous, the inspiration can stimulate the brain, causes the headache, disgusting, the sore throat or creates symptoms and so on class nasal mucus.]