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What is the difference between toxicity and hazard?

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A. Risk is the probability of exposure. Toxicity is one consideration when evaluating the risk associated with using a particular chemical. For example, although potassium cyanide is extremely toxic, how probable is it that one would be exposed to this solid, nonvolatile, mostly non-reactive chemical? more
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