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CAS No.

PS

Color

Odor

FP

BP

MP

d

VP

VD

Sol

7664-93-9

liquid

colorless

N/A

N/A

100

N/A

1.84

1

<0.3

soluble

Types of
Hazard/Exposure

Acute Hazards/Symptoms

Prevention

First Aid/Fire

Fire

Negligible fire hazard., may ignite or
explode on contact with combustible
materials.

Avoid contact
with combustible
materials

Use extinguishing agents
appropriate for
surrounding fire.

Inhalation

Irritation, shallower and more rapid
breathing, sneezing, a burning or tickling
sensation in the nose and throat, and
cough.

Ventilation, local
exhaust.

Remove from exposure
immediately, keep warm
and at rest, get medical
attention immediately.

Skin

Second and third degree skin burns,
necrosis, charring, and shock.

Protective gloves
and clothing.

Remove contaminated
clothes and jewelry,
thoroughly wash skin with
water, and get medical
attention immediately.

Eyes

Burning or stinging sensation, lacrimation,
blurred vision, and conjunctival
congestion.

Safety goggles.Thoroughly wash eyes
with water for several min,
remove contact lenses if
possible, seek medical
attention immediately, and
continue to wash eyes
with water.

Ingestion

Burning pain in the mouth, throat,
esophagus and abdomen, nausea, and
vomiting.

Do not eat or
drink in the
laboratory.

Contact physician
immediately. Give water
or milk; if vomiting
occurs, keep head lower
than hips.

Carcinogenicity

Known carcinogen. Mutagenicity Not a known mutagen.

For more detailed information consult the Material Safety Data Sheet for this compound.

Abbreviations:CAS No. = Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number; PS = physical state; FP = flash point
(°C); BP = boiling point (°C) @ 760 torr unless otherwise stated; MP = melting point (°C); d =
density or specific gravity (g/mL); VP = vapor pressure (torr) at specified temperature (°C); VD =
vapor density relative to air (1.0); Sol = solubility in water; N/A = not available or not
applicable.

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