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CAS No.

PS

Color

Odor

FP

BP

MP

d

VP

VD

Sol

124-04-9crystalline
solid

white

odorless196

337

150–
152

1.3601 @
159.5

5.04

1.4 g/ 100
mL

Types of
Hazard/Exposure

Acute Hazards/Symptoms

Prevention

First Aid/Fire

Fire

Combustible.

No open flames.Powder, water spray,
foam, carbon dioxide.

Inhalation

Cough. Labored breathing. Sore throat.

Local exhaust or
breathing
protection.

Fresh air, rest. Refer for
medical attention.

Skin

Redness.

Protective gloves
and clothing.

Remove contaminated
clothes. Rinse skin with
plenty of water or shower.

Eyes

Redness and pain.

Safety goggles.First rinse with plenty of
water for several minutes;
remove contact lenses if
possible; seek medical
attention.

Ingestion

N/A

Do not eat or
drink in the
laboratory.

Rinse mouth. Rest. Refer
for medical attention.

Carcinogenicity

Not a 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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