Contaminant cause

Cooking Oil Vapor Exposure

Cooking Oil Vapor occurs when a bluish smoke becomes clearly visible from the oil. At this temperature, volatile compounds, such as free fatty acids, and short-chain degradation products of oxidation come up from the oil. These volatile compounds degrade in air to give soot

Risk C Factor
Measured in minutes

There are 1 risk of Cooking Oil Vapor Exposure, including:

Lung cancer Respiratory outcome
Strong increased risk of Lung cancer
Respiratory system

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