There is no biological exposure index for diacetone alcohol.

Diacetone alcohol is used as a solvent for pigments, cellulose, resins, oils, fats and hydrocarbons. It is also used as a solvent in hydraulic brake fluid (Hathaway et al., 1996). There is scant information on the toxicity of diacetone alcohol in experimental animals and even less in humans. Most of the information on toxicity comes from animal experiments, the majority of which were carried out over 50 years ago.

There is no information on the absorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination or mode of action of diacetone alcohol in animals or humans (Topping et al., 2001).

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