Thank you, these look interesting, although I'm sure I've seen them all before, but it doesn't hurt to look again. I'll do that when I have the time.
Also, perhaps I wasn't as precise in my language as I should have been. I'm looking for data that sets the lethal toxicity level for humans in both chlorine dioxide and chlorite which is what was discussed at length by a number of posters without actual references for that, only extrapolation from rat data which is not used in that circumstance. (aside from the man who was accidentally dosed heavily by inhalation but we only know what killed him, not what it actually took to kill him.)