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What happens if the rate of exposure of a hazardous substance exceeds the rate at which the body can eliminate the hazardous substance?

▸ The person will experience blood loss.

▸ The concentration of that substance will begin to be stored in the body.

▸ The substance will build up in the lungs.

▸ The person's legs will go numb.
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The concentration of that substance will begin to be stored in the body.

If the rate of exposure exceeds the rate at which these systems can eliminate the hazardous substance, the concentration of that substance will begin to be stored in the body.

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