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Calculating Daily Dose and Risk in Contaminated Water

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How do you calculate daily dose and risk for each route of exposure based on average values of Tetrichloroethylene (TCE) contaminated water intake of 0.87, TCE concentration of 225 and TCE concentration of 0.86.

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See attachment for step by step details. Macros are used in the spreadsheet, assumptions were made. Just plug in real numbers, if I ...

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A calculation of daily dose and risk in water contaminated with Tetrichloroethylene. A step by step procedure given in an attachment.

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