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NIOSH POCKET GUIDE TO CHEMICAL HAZARDS

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

September 2005

DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 2005-149

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PREFACE
The NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards presents information taken from the NIOSH/OSHA Occupational Health Guidelines for Chemical Hazards, from National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) criteria documents and Current Intelligence Bulletins, and from recognized references in the fields of industrial hygiene, occupational medicine, toxicology, and analytical chemistry. The information is presented in tabular form to provide a quick, convenient source of information on general industrial hygiene practices. The information in the Pocket Guide includes chemical structures or formulas, identification codes, synonyms, exposure limits, chemical and physical properties, incompatibilities and reactivities, measurement methods, respirator selections, signs and symptoms of exposure, and procedures for emergency treatment. The information assembled in the original 1978 printing of the Pocket Guide was the result of the Standards Completion Program, a joint effort by NIOSH and the Department of Labor to develop supplemental requirements for the approximately 380 workplace environmental exposure standards adopted by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in 1971. Listed below are changes that were made for this edition of the Pocket Guide: • • This revision of the Pocket Guide includes a new layout for the Chemical Listing section, with information arranged in individual tables for each chemical. Recommendations for particulate respirators have been revised to incorporate “Part 84” terminology; “Part 11” terminology has been removed from the respirator recommendations. See “Recommendations for Respirator Selection” on page xiv for a more thorough explanation of these changes. The Synonym and Trade Name Index has been expanded to include the primary chemical name for each of the 677 chemicals listed in the Pocket Guide. This index is now called the Chemical, Synonym, and Trade Name Index (page 383). Changes were made to some of the ID Numbers and Guide Numbers to reflect changes that the Department of Transportation made in the 2004 Emergency Response Guidebook (http://hazmat.dot.gov/pubs/erg/gydebook.htm). The other major change to this edition of the Pocket Guide is that Appendix E (page 351) has been revised. It now contains OSHA respirator requirements for 28 chemicals or hazardous substances that were identified in the preamble to the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard (29 CFR 1910.134). Other minor technical changes have also been made since the February 2004 edition. (For the most current information and updates, consult the electronic version on the NIOSH Web site: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/npg/npg.html.) iv

CONTENTS
Preface .......................................................................................................................... Acknowledgments ........................................................................................................ Introduction ................................................................................................................... NIOSH Recommendations ........................................................................................... How to Use This Pocket Guide ..................................................................................... Table 1 – NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods ........................................................ Table 2 – Personal Protection and Sanitation Codes .................................................... Table 3 – Symbols, Code Components, and Codes Used for Respirator Selection ..... Table 4 – Selection of N-, R-, or P-Series Particulate Respirators ............................... Table 5 – Abbreviations for Exposure Routes, Symptoms, and Target Organs ........... iv vi vii vii viii xvii xviii xx xxv xxvi

Table 6 – Codes for First Aid Data ............................................................................... xxviii Chemical Listing ........................................................................................................... Appendices .................................................................................................................... Appendix A – NIOSH Potential Occupational Carcinogens ........................................ Appendix B – Thirteen OSHA-Regulated Carcinogens ............................................... Appendix C – Supplementary Exposure Limits ........................................................... Appendix D – Substances with No Established RELs ................................................. Appendix E – OSHA Respirator Requirements for Selected Chemicals ..................... Appendix F – Miscellaneous Notes .............................................................................. Appendix G – Vacated 1989 OSHA PELs ................................................................... Indices ........................................................................................................................... CAS Number Index ...................................................................................................... DOT ID Number Index ................................................................................................. Chemical, Synonym, and Trade Name Index .............................................................. 1 341 342 344 345 350 351 361 362 373 374 379 383

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The Education and Information Division (EID), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), has primary responsibility for the development of the Pocket Guide. There have been many people who have contributed to the preparation and development of this document since it was first published in 1978. I would like to express my appreciation to the following people within EID for their efforts: Vern Anderson for general guidance; Guss Hasbani (Constella Group, Inc.) for computer programming and database development that has been vital to the production of this new edition; Heinz Ahlers, Barb Dames, Charles Geraci, Richard Niemeier, David Votaw, Alan Weinrich, and Ralph Zumwalde for policy review; David Case, Laura Delaney, and Rolland Rogers for reformatting and computerization; Vanessa Becks, Anne Hamilton, and Rodger Tatken for editorial review; Clayton Doak, Eileen Kuempel, Leela Murthy, Henryka Nagy, John Palassis, Faye Rice, and David Votaw for assistance in updating and adding information; Lawrence Foster, Vicki Reuss, Lucy Schoolfield, and Ronald Schuler for data acquisition; Kent Hatfield for consultation on toxicology issues; Charlene Maloney for publication dissemination and general guidance; and Oliver F. Cobb and Associates (Carla Brooks, George Brown, Sherri Diana, and Jesse Romans) for answering requests and mailing thousands of copies of the Pocket Guide. The following people, who constitute the Pocket Guide Editorial Board, have contributed greatly by providing guidance and review of the content and style of this new edition: Steven Ahrenholz (Division of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations and Field Studies, DSHEFS), Roland BerryAnn (National Personal Protective Technology Laboratory, NPPTL), Joseph Bowman (Division of Applied Research and Technology, DART), Pamela Drake (Spokane Research Laboratory, SRL), Gerald Joy (Pittsburgh Research Laboratory, PRL), Alan Lunsford (DART), Nancy Nilsen (DSHEFS), Paula Fey O’Connor (DART), Carl Ornot (Office of Administrative and Management Services, OAMS), Jay Snyder (NPPTL), Sidney Soderholm (Health Effects Laboratory Division, HELD), David Sylvain (DSHEFS), Ainsley Weston (HELD), and Anthony Zimmer (DART). In addition, the following people also have contributed greatly to the Pocket Guide: Mary Ellen Cassinelli (DART), Donald Dollberg (DART), and Paula Fey O’Connor (DART) for the development of the measurement methods section; Roland BerryAnn (NPPTL), Nancy Bollinger (HELD), Christopher Coffey (Division of Respiratory Disease Studies, DRDS) for the development of respirator recommendations; Laurence Reed (DART) and John Whalen (DART) for policy review; Crystal Ellison (Office of Compensation Analysis and Support, OCAS) for assistance in updating and adding information; and Henry Chan and Howard Ludwig (former Pocket Guide Technical Editors) for general guidance. Also, thanks are due to all of the people who have reviewed and commented on the Pocket Guide during its initial development and subsequent revisions. Michael E. Barsan (Technical Editor) vi

INTRODUCTION
The NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards provides a concise source of general industrial hygiene information for workers, employers, and occupational health professionals. The Pocket Guide presents key information and data in abbreviated tabular form for 677 chemicals or substance groupings commonly found in the work environment (e.g., manganese compounds, tellurium compounds, inorganic tin compounds, etc.). The industrial hygiene information found in the Pocket Guide assists users to recognize and control occupational chemical hazards. The chemicals or substances contained in this revision include all substances for which the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has recommended exposure limits (RELs) and those with permissible exposure limits (PELs) as found in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Occupational Safety and Health Standards (29 CFR 1910.1000 – 1052). Background In 1974, NIOSH (which is responsible for recommending health and safety standards) joined OSHA (whose jurisdictions include promulgation and enforcement activities) in developing a series of occupational health standards for substances with existing PELs. This joint effort was labeled the Standards Completion Program and involved the cooperative efforts of several contractors and personnel from various divisions within NIOSH and OSHA. The Standards Completion Program developed 380 substance-specific draft standards with supporting documentation that contained technical information and recommendations needed for the promulgation of new occupational health regulations. The Pocket Guide was developed to make the technical information in those draft standards more conveniently available to workers, employers, and occupational health professionals. The Pocket Guide is updated periodically to reflect new data regarding the toxicity of various substances and any changes in exposure standards or recommendations. (For the most current information and updates, consult the electronic version on the NIOSH Web site: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/npg/npg.html.) Data Collection and Application The data collected for this revision were derived from a variety of sources, including NIOSH policy documents such as criteria documents and Current Intelligence Bulletins (CIBs), and recognized references in the fields of industrial hygiene, occupational medicine, toxicology, and analytical chemistry.

NIOSH RECOMMENDATIONS
Acting under the authority of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (29 USC Chapter 15) and the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977 (30 USC Chapter 22), NIOSH develops and periodically revises recommended exposure limits (RELs) for hazardous substances or conditions in the workplace. NIOSH also recommends appropriate preventive measures to reduce or eliminate the adverse health and safety effects of these vii

hazards. To formulate these recommendations, NIOSH evaluates all known and available medical, biological, engineering, chemical, trade, and other information relevant to the hazard. These recommendations are then published and transmitted to OSHA and the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) for use in promulgating legal standards. NIOSH recommendations are published in a variety of documents. Criteria documents recommend workplace exposure limits and appropriate preventive measures to reduce or eliminate adverse health effects and accidental injuries. Current Intelligence Bulletins (CIBs) are issued to disseminate new scientific information about occupational hazards. A CIB may draw attention to a formerly unrecognized hazard, report new data on a known hazard, or present information on hazard control. Alerts, Special Hazard Reviews, Occupational Hazard Assessments, and Technical Guidelines support and complement the other standard development activities of the Institute. Their purpose is to assess the safety and health problems associated with a given agent or hazard (e.g., the potential for injury or for carcinogenic, mutagenic, or teratogenic effects) and to recommend appropriate control and surveillance methods. Although these documents are not intended to supplant the more comprehensive criteria documents, they are prepared in order to assist OSHA and MSHA in the formulation of regulations. In addition to these publications, NIOSH periodically presents testimony before various Congressional committees and at OSHA and MSHA rulemaking hearings. Recommendations made through 1992 are available in a single compendium entitled NIOSH Recommendations for Occupational Safety and Health: Compendium of Policy Documents and Statements [DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 92-100] (http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/92-100.html). More recent recommendations are available on the NIOSH Web site (http://www.cdc.gov/niosh). Copies of the Compendium may be ordered from the NIOSH Publications office (800-356-4674).

HOW TO USE THIS POCKET GUIDE
The Pocket Guide has been designed to provide chemical-specific data to supplement general industrial hygiene knowledge. Individual tables for each chemical present this data in the Chemical Listing section (page 1). To maximize the amount of data provided in the limited space in these tables, abbreviations and codes have been used extensively. These abbreviations and codes, which have been designed to permit rapid comprehension by the regular user, are discussed for each field in these chemical tables in the following subsections. Chemical Name The chemical name found in the OSHA General Industry Air Contaminants Standard (29 CFR 1910.1000) is listed in the blue box in the top left portion of each chemical table. This name is referred to as the “primary name” in the Chemical, Synonym, and Trade Name Index (page 383). viii

Structure/Formula The chemical structure or formula is listed in the field to the right of the chemical name in each chemical table. Carbon-carbon double bonds (-C=C-) and carbon-carbon triple bonds (-C≡C-) have been indicated where applicable. CAS Number This section lists the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) registry number. The CAS number, in the format xxx-xx-x, is unique for each chemical and allows efficient searching on computerized data bases. A page index for all CAS registry numbers listed is included at the back of the Pocket Guide (page 374) to help the user locate a specific substance. RTECS Number This section lists the NIOSH Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances (RTECS®) number, in the format ABxxxxxxx. RTECS® may be useful for obtaining additional toxicologic information on a specific substance. RTECS® is a compendium of data extracted from the open scientific literature. On December 18, 2001, CDC’s Technology Transfer Office, on behalf of NIOSH, successfully completed negotiating a “PHS Trademark Licensing Agreement” for RTECS®. This nonexclusive licensing agreement provides for the transfer and continued development of the “RTECS® database and its trademark” to MDL Information Systems, Inc. (MDL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Elsevier Science, Inc. Under this agreement, MDL will be responsible for updating, licensing, marketing, and distributing RTECS®. For more information visit the MDL Web site (http://www.mdli.com). The RTECS® entries for chemicals listed in the Pocket Guide can be viewed on the NIOSH Web site (http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/npg/npg.html) or on the CD-ROM version of the Pocket Guide (see page iii for ordering information). IDLH This section lists the immediately dangerous to life or health concentrations (IDLHs). For the June 1994 Edition of the Pocket Guide, NIOSH reviewed and in many cases revised the IDLH values. The criteria utilized to determine the adequacy of the original IDLH values were a combination of those used during the Standards Completion Program and a newer methodology developed by NIOSH. These “interim” criteria formed a tiered approach, preferentially using acute human toxicity data, followed by acute animal inhalation toxicity data, and then by acute animal oral toxicity data to determine a preliminary updated IDLH value. When relevant acute toxicity data were insufficient or unavailable, NIOSH also considered using chronic toxicity data or an analogy to a chemically similar substance. NIOSH then compared these preliminary values with the following criteria to determine the updated IDLH value: 10% of lower explosive limit (LEL); acute animal respiratory irritation data (RD50); other short-term exposure guidelines; and the NIOSH Respirator Selection Logic (DHHS [NIOSH] Publication No. 2005-100; ix

gov/niosh/docs/2005-100). entry into oxygen-deficient atmospheres.D. which could prevent escape.” indicates that an IDLH value has not been determined for that substance. The notation “Ca” appears in the IDLH field for all substances that NIOSH considers potential occupational carcinogens. IDLH values are based on effects that might occur as a consequence of a 30-minute exposure. “10%LEL” indicates that the IDLH was based on 10% of the lower explosive limit for safety considerations even though the relevant toxicological data indicated that irreversible health effects or impairment of escape existed only at higher concentrations. IDLH values are listed in the Pocket Guide for over 380 substances. NIOSH considered the ability of a worker to escape without loss of life or irreversible health effects along with certain transient effects. the most protective respirators (e. and incoordination. Appendix F (page 361) contains an explanation of the “Effective” IDLHs used for four chloronaphthalene compounds. The Documentation for Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health Concentrations (NTIS Publication Number PB-94-195047) further describes these criteria and provides information sources for both the original and revised IDLH values (http://www. x .html). “N.cdc. EVERY EFFORT SHOULD BE MADE TO EXIT IMMEDIATELY! The NIOSH Respirator Selection Logic defines IDLH exposure conditions as “conditions that pose an immediate threat to life or health. the 30-minute period was NOT meant to imply that workers should stay in the work environment any longer than necessary. However. such as radioactive materials. IDLH values that were originally determined in the Standards Completion Program or were subsequently revised are shown in brackets following the “Ca” designations.g. and for entry into IDLH atmospheres. a self-contained breathing apparatus equipped with a full facepiece and operated in a pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode) would be selected for firefighting. However. In determining IDLH values.000 times the NIOSH REL or OSHA PEL.http://www. disorientation.cdc. NIOSH currently is assessing the various uses of IDLHs. As a safety margin..” The purpose of establishing an IDLH exposure concentration is to ensure that the worker can escape from a given contaminated environment in the event of failure of the respiratory protection equipment. The IDLH was considered a maximum concentration above which only a highly reliable breathing apparatus providing maximum worker protection should be permitted. whether the criteria used to derive the IDLH values are valid. The purpose for establishing an IDLH value in the Standards Completion Program was to determine the airborne concentration from which a worker could escape without injury or irreversible health effects from an IDLH exposure in the event of the failure of respiratory protection equipment. in fact. and if other information or criteria should be utilized.gov/niosh/idlh/idlh-1. or conditions that pose an immediate threat of severe exposure to contaminants. in emergency situations. which are likely to have adverse cumulative or delayed effects on health. Under the Respirator Selection Logic. The Respirator Selection Logic uses IDLH values as one of several respirator selection criteria. during entry into an atmosphere that contains a substance at a concentration greater than 2. such as severe eye or respiratory irritation. exposure to carcinogens.

the ceiling value should not be exceeded at any time. the STEL is a 15-minute TWA exposure that should not be exceeded at any time during a workday. as found in Tables Z-1. which contains a brief discussion of potential occupational carcinogens). Government Printing Office. Pittsburgh.S. unless noted otherwise. Washington.Conversion Factors This section lists factors for the conversion of ppm (parts of vapor or gas per million parts of contaminated air by volume) to mg/m3 (milligrams of vapor or gas per cubic meter of contaminated air) at 25°C and 1 atmosphere for chemicals with exposure limits expressed in ppm.2d 962 (11th Cir. Research and Special Programs Administration.1000). The OSHA permissible exposure limits (PELs). 1993* and which are currently enforced by OSHA are listed next. the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in its decision in AFL-CIO v.. that were effective on July 1. this information can be found in the 2004 Emergency Response Guidebook (Office of Hazardous Materials Initiatives and Training [DHM-50]. DOT ID and Guide Number This section lists the U. Any substance that NIOSH considers to be a potential occupational carcinogen is designated by the notation “Ca” (see Appendix A [page 342]. The Guide number (yyy) refers to actions to be taken to stabilize an emergency situation.cdc. Department of Transportation (DOT) Identification numbers and the corresponding Guide numbers. and Z-3 of the OSHA General Industry Air Contaminants Standard (29 CFR 1910. Department of Transportation. unless noted otherwise. 965 F. For NIOSH RELs.S. P. please note however.C. moving them back to PELs xi . The Identification (ID) number (xxxx) indicates that the chemical is regulated by DOT. D. *In July 1992. PA 15250-7954). Their format is xxxx yyy. Box 371954. 20590-0001.html). “TWA” indicates a time-weighted average concentration for up to a 10-hour workday during a 40-hour workweek. A page index for all chemical names. OSHA. U. that many DOT numbers are not unique for a specific substance.W. A short-term exposure limit (STEL) is designated by “ST” preceding the value. synonyms. Exposure Limits The NIOSH recommended exposure limits (RELs) are listed first in this section. 400 7th Street. This information is also available on the CD-ROM and Web site versions of the Pocket Guide (http://www.O. A page index for all DOT ID numbers listed is provided on page 379 to help the user locate a specific substance. for sale by the U.. 1992) vacated more protective PELs set by OSHA in 1989 for 212 substances. A ceiling REL is designated by “C” preceding the value.gov/niosh/npg/npg. Superintendent of Documents. and trade names listed in the Pocket Guide is included on page 383.S. Synonyms and Trade Names This section contains an alphabetical list of common synonyms and trade names for each chemical. S. Z-2.

A STEL is designated by “ST” preceding the value and is measured over a 15-minute period unless noted otherwise.1000 which were in effect before 1989. and Appendix G (page 362) lists the OSHA PELS that were vacated on June 30. mg/m3. beryllium. 1993 are indicated by the symbol “†” following OSHA in this section and previous values (the PELs that were vacated) are listed in Appendix G (page 362). Appendix F (page 361) contains information regarding the OSHA PEL for benzene and IDLH values for four chloronaphthalene compounds. cotton dust. 1993. there are a number of substances from Table Z-2 (e. Z-2. Measurement Methods The section provides a source (NIOSH or OSHA) and the corresponding method number for measurement methods which can be used to determine the exposure for the chemical or xii . TWA concentrations for OSHA PELs must not be exceeded during any 8-hour workshift of a 40-hour workweek. Appendix C (page 345) contains more detailed discussions of the specific exposure limits for certain low-molecular-weight aldehydes. the various chromium compounds (chromic acid and chromates. and other appropriate equipment. if instantaneous monitoring is not feasible. OSHA ceiling concentrations (designated by “C” preceding the value) must not be exceeded during any part of the workday. Enforcement of the court decision began on June 30. the ceiling must be assessed as a 15-minute TWA exposure. The “(total)” designation indicates that the REL or PEL listed is for "total particulate" versus the “(resp)” designation which refers to the “respirable fraction” of the airborne particulate. and Z-3 of 29 CFR 1910. goggles. 1993.g. The “[skin]” designation indicates the potential for dermal absorption. trichloroethylene. and o-dianisidine-based). In addition. NIAX® Catalyst ESN.. or fibers/cm3 (fibers per cubic centimeter). various dyes (benzidine-. Appendix B (page 344) contains a brief discussion of substances regulated as carcinogens by OSHA. and chromium metal). violations of the “general duty clause” as contained in Section 5(a) (1) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act may be considered when worker exposures exceed the 1989 PELs for the 164 substances that were not previously regulated. o-tolidine-. is allowed in any 2 hours during an 8-hour workday. coal tar pitch volatiles. coke oven emissions. mineral dusts. and tungsten carbide (cemented). mppcf (millions of particles per cubic foot of air as determined from counting an impinger sample). coveralls. carbon black.established in 1971. ethylene dibromide) that have PEL ceiling values that must not be exceeded except for specified excursions. For example. chromium(II) and chromium(III) compounds. gloves. chloroethanes. The substances for which OSHA PELs were vacated on June 30. Although OSHA is currently enforcing exposure limits in Tables Z-1. The appeals court also vacated new PELs for 164 substances that were not previously regulated. Concentrations are given in ppm. Appendix D (page 350) contains a brief discussion of substances included in the Pocket Guide with no established RELs at this time. a “5-minute maximum peak in any 2 hours” means that a 5-minute exposure above the ceiling value. but never above the maximum peak. lead. asbestos. skin exposure should be prevented as necessary through the use of good work practices.

..........e. Molecular weight BP. Flash point (i..... II-4 (2nd edition..P. “None available” means that no method is available from NIOSH or OSHA. the NIOSH methods are from the 4th edition of the NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods (DHHS [NIOSH] Publication No......Gr.... However......... mm Hg........ “approx” indicates approximately FRZ.substance.... Table 1 (page xvii) lists the editions.. If a different edition of the NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods is cited..... °F xiii . Chemical and Physical Properties The following abbreviations are used for the chemical and physical properties given for each substance..2°F (4°C) RGasD…..... Each method listed is the recommended method for the analysis of the compound of interest.. The OSHA methods are from the OSHA Web site (http://www.... and supplements of the NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods......) Sp.... Ionization potential.. eV (electron volts) (Ionization potentials are given as a guideline for the selection of photoionization detector lamps used in some direct-reading instruments... “NA” indicates that a property is not applicable..............gov/dts/sltc/methods).......... the volume number are noted [e. Freezing point for liquids and gases........ Review the details of the method and consult with the laboratory performing the analysis regarding the applicability of the method and the need for further modifications to the method in order to adjust for the particular conditions. °F IP. Solubility in water at 68°F*... the appropriate edition and. g/100 ml) Fl... °F Sol.... volumes...... Note that some methods are only partially evaluated and have been used in very limited sampling situations.cdc.. Notations are made as to whether a substance can be shipped as a liquefied compressed gas or whether it has major use as a pesticide....... Relative density of gases referenced to air = 1 (indicates how many times a gas is heavier than air at the same temperature) VP. the method may not have been fully optimized to meet the specific sampling situation....... where applicable. volume 4)].. 94-113 [http://www.gov/niosh/nmam]) and supplements.. Specific gravity at 68°F* referenced to water at 39. Melting point for solids. Unless otherwise noted. the temperature at which the liquid phase gives off enough vapor to flash when exposed to an external ignition source)..osha-slc......... Physical Description A brief description of the appearance and odor of each substance is provided in the physical description section.. Vapor pressure at 68°F*....Boiling point at 1 atmosphere... and a question mark (?) indicates that it is unknown. closed cup (unless annotated “(oc)” for open cup)..... °F MLT......e... % by weight (i......g.. MW.

. in criteria documents or Current Intelligence Bulletins) for certain chemicals...g...... or smoking where chemicals are used) and should be followed if additional controls are needed after using all feasible process. Recommendations for Respirator Selection This section provides a condensed table of allowable respirators to be used for those substances for which IDLH values have been determined.... Class IC flammable liquid..... Minimum explosive concentration.P at or above 73°F and below 100°F. Fl. Each category is described as follows: SKIN……….. Advises workers when to remove clothing that has accidentally become wet or significantly contaminated...P at or above 140°F and below 200°F.. Class IIIB combustible liquid...... or for which NIOSH has previously provided respirator recommendations (e. Upper explosive (flammable) limit in air....... equipment...P below 73°F and BP below 100°F...... The following OSHA criteria (29 CFR 1910...........P below 73°F and BP at or above 100°F.............. WASH SKIN…… Recommends when workers should wash the spilled chemical from the body in addition to normal washing (e. Personal Protection and Sanitation This section presents a summary of recommended practices for each substance.. Fl...… Recommends the need for eyewash fountains and/or quick drench facilities. Recommends whether routine changing of clothing is needed..… Recommends the need for eye protection... these properties may be reported at other temperatures.......... % by volume (at room temperature*) MEC.. These recommendations supplement general work practices (e.... g/m3 (when available) *If noted after a specific entry..UEL.... Table 2 (page xviii) explains the codes used. however.....g. Fl. Class IIIA combustible liquid.... There are.... 186 chemicals listed in xiv . Class II combustible liquid......... EYES………….. CHANGE……..... PROVIDE….............…… Recommends the need for personal protective clothing. Lower explosive (flammable) limit in air... the flammability/combustibility of a substance is listed at the bottom of the chemical and physical properties section.. % by volume (at room temperature*) LEL................ no eating............ drinking.. REMOVE…..g....106) were used to classify flammable or combustible liquids: Class IA flammable liquid... Fl........ Class IB flammable liquid..... and task controls.....P at or above 100°F and below 140°F. Fl... before eating).....P at or above 200°F.. When available. Fl...

See Table 4 (page xxv) for information concerning the selection of N-. Each subsequent line lists a maximum use concentration (MUC) followed by the classes of respirators that are acceptable for use up to the MUC. Part 11 terminology has been removed. Respirator recommendations for carcinogens in the Pocket Guide have not been revised to reflect this policy.g. pesticide) certified under 30 CFR 11 (also referred to as “Part 11”). Individual respirator classes are separated by diagonal lines (/). and fume. More protective respirators may be worn. Respirator recommendations in the Pocket Guide have not been revised in this edition to reflect the OSHA requirements for ESLIs or change schedules. OSHA revised its respiratory protection standard (29 CFR 1910. Codes for the various categories of respirators. are listed in Table 3 (page xx). NIOSH developed a new set of regulations in 42 CFR 84 (also referred to as “Part 84”) for testing and certifying non-powered. Recommendations for non-powered. R-. these recommendations will be revised in future editions. spray paint. airpurifying particulate respirators have been updated from previous editions of the Pocket Guide to incorporate Part 84 respirators. air-purifying respirators (without ESLIs) for protection against gases and vapors are recommended only for chemicals with adequate warning properties. The more protective limit between the NIOSH REL or the OSHA PEL is always used.the Pocket Guide for which IDLH values have yet to be determined. particulate-filter respirators. The new Part 84 respirators have passed a more demanding certification test than the old respirators (e. Among the provisions in the revised standard is the requirement for an end-of-service-life indicator (ESLI) or a change schedule when air-purifying respirators with chemical cartridges or canisters are used for protection against gases and vapors [29 CFR 1910. The first line in the entry indicates whether the “NIOSH” or the “OSHA” exposure limit is used on which to base the respirator recommendations. [Appendix F (page 361) contains an explanation of the “Effective” IDLHs used for four chloronaphthalene compounds.cdc. As new or revised IDLH values are developed for those and other chemicals.html) and will be incorporated into subsequent editions of the Pocket Guide.gov/niosh/npg/npg. Appendix A (page 342) lists the NIOSH carcinogen policy. dust. The symbol “§” is followed by the classes of respirators that are acceptable for emergency or planned entry into unknown concentrations or entry into IDLH conditions. dust. or P-series (Part 84) particulate respirators. but now these respirators may be selected regardless of the warning properties. and Assigned Protection Factors (APFs) for these respirators. mist.. the Pocket Guide does not provide respiratory recommendations for those 186 chemicals without IDLH values.] In 1995. “Escape” indicates that the respirators are to be used only xv . In January 1998.) In the Pocket Guide. (Updated information on the Pocket Guide can be found on the NIOSH Web site (http://www. NIOSH will provide appropriate respirator recommendations.134). Since the IDLH value is a critical component for completing the Respirator Selection Logic for a given chemical. “NIOSH/OSHA” indicates that the limits are equivalent. air-purifying. (Note: All respirator codes containing “Ccr” or “Ov” are covered by this requirement. dust and mist.134(d)(3)(iii)].

and ingestion of the toxic substance. The only respirators recommended for fire fighting are self-contained breathing apparatuses that have full facepieces and are operated in a pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode. First Aid This section lists emergency procedures for eye and skin contact.gov/niosh/npptl/topics/respirators/cel). Exposure Routes. inhalation. A respiratory protection program must include a written standard operating procedure covering regular training. fit-testing. and Target Organs The first row for each substance in this section lists the toxicologically important entry routes (ER) and whether contact with the skin or eyes is potentially hazardous. 2005-100) and the NIOSH Guide to Industrial Respiratory Protection (DHHS [NIOSH] Publication No. 87-116). periodic environmental monitoring. Selection of a specific respirator within a given class of recommended respirators depends on the particular situation. which are available on the Respirator Topic Page on the NIOSH Web site (http://www. REMEMBER: Air-purifying respirators will not protect users against oxygen-deficient atmospheres.cdc. fit-checking. Incompatibilities and Reactivities This section lists important hazardous incompatibilities or reactivities for each substance. and they are not to be used in IDLH conditions. which is available on the NIOSH Web site (http://www. inspection. maintenance.gov/niosh/npptl/topics/respirators). All respirators selected must be approved by NIOSH under the provisions of 42 CFR 84.for escape purposes. For each MUC or condition. medical monitoring. xvi .cdc. Information in this section reflects human data unless otherwise noted. The second row lists the potential symptoms of exposure (SY) and whether NIOSH considers the substance a potential occupational carcinogen ([carc]). the types of cancer are listed in brackets). The third row lists target organs (TO) affected by exposure to the substance (for carcinogens. A complete respiratory protection program must be implemented and must fulfill all requirements of 29 CFR 1910. cleaning. Abbreviations are defined in Table 5 (page xxvi). this entry lists only those respirators with the required APF and other use restrictions based on the NIOSH Respirator Selection Logic. Symptoms. Abbreviations are defined in Table 6 (page xxviii). this choice should be made only by a knowledgeable person. storage and periodic program evaluation. Additional information on the selection and use of respirators can be found in the NIOSH Respirator Selection Logic (DHHS [NIOSH] Publication No. The current listing of NIOSH/MSHA certified respirators can be found in the NIOSH Certified Equipment List.134.

77-157-A 77-157-B 77-157-C 78-175 79-141 80-125 82-100 84-100 85-117 87-117 89-127 90-121 94-113 96-135 98-119 2003-154 See Measurement Methods section on page xii for more information.cdc.Table 1 NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods Edition 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 Volume 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Supplement Publication No. xvii . The NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods is available on the NIOSH Web site (http://www.gov/niosh/nmam).

Leaks and uses that allow rapid expansion may cause a frostbite hazard. Wash skin: When contam Daily N. drinking. Work clothing that becomes wet or significantly contaminated should be removed and replaced. Wear appropriate personal protective clothing to prevent the skin from becoming frozen. When wet or contam When wet (flamm) N..Table 2 Personal Protection and Sanitation Codes Code Skin: Prevent skin contact Definition Wear appropriate personal protective clothing to prevent skin contact.R. etc. No recommendation is made specifying the need for eye protection. No recommendation is made specifying the need for washing the substance from the skin (either immediately or at the end of the work shift). Remove: xviii . Compressed gases may create low temperatures when they expand rapidly.R. Wear appropriate eye protection to prevent eye contact. and prior to eating. Work clothing that becomes wet should be immediately removed due to its flammability hazard (i. smoking.e.R. The worker should immediately wash the skin when it becomes contaminated.R Eyes: Prevent eye contact Frostbite N. The worker should wash daily at the end of each work shift. No recommendation is made specifying the need for removing clothing that becomes wet or contaminated. Frostbite N. Wear appropriate eye protection to prevent eye contact with the liquid that could result in burns or tissue damage from frostbite. for liquids with a flash point <100°F). No recommendation is made specifying the need for personal protective equipment for the body.

R. Eyewash fountains should be provided in areas where there is any possibility that workers could be exposed to the substances. the availability of water from a sink or hose could be considered adequate.] Quick drench facilities and/or eyewash fountains should be provided within the immediate work area for emergency use where there is any possibility of exposure to liquids that are extremely cold or rapidly evaporating. this is irrespective of the recommendation involving the wearing of eye protection. Liquid Molten Solid Solution containing the contaminant Vapor N. a deluge shower should be readily available. [Note: It is intended that these facilities provide a sufficient quantity or flow of water to quickly remove the substance from any body areas likely to be exposed. Provide: Eyewash Quick drench Frostbite wash Other codes: Liq Molt Sol Soln Vap xix . In certain instances. whereas in others. No recommendation is made specifying the need for the worker to change clothing after the workshift. The actual determination of what constitutes an adequate quick drench facility depends on the specific circumstances. Facilities for quickly drenching the body should be provided within the immediate work area for emergency use where there is a possibility of exposure.Table 2 (Continued) Personal Protection and Sanitation Codes Code Change: Daily Definition Workers whose clothing may have become contaminated should change into uncontaminated clothing before leaving the work premises.

See Table 4 (page xxv) to select N100. or P100.or back-mounted canister Powered.Pp Qm S T XQ Description Particulate respirator or filter that is 95% efficient. or P99. or where there is no REL. Particulate respirator or filter that is 99. air-purifying respirator Supplied-air respirator Self-contained breathing apparatus Acid gas cartridge or canister Continuous flow mode High-efficiency particulate filter Organic vapor cartridge or canister Pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode Quarter-mask respirator Chemical cartridge or canister providing protection against the compound of concern Tight-fitting facepiece Except quarter-mask respirator xx . Particulate respirator or filter that is 99% efficient.Table 3 Symbols. full-facepiece respirator (gas mask) with a chin-style. may require eye protection Substance causes eye irritation or damage.97% efficient. Code Components. or P95. R100. R95. at any detectable concentration Emergency or planned entry into unknown concentrations or IDLH conditions Substance reported to cause eye irritation or damage. eye protection needed Only nonoxidizable sorbents allowed (not charcoal) End of service life indicator (ESLI) required Assigned protection factor Code Component 95 99 100 Ccr F GmF Papr Sa Scba Ag Cf Hie Ov Pd. See Table 4 (page xxv) to select N95. Chemical cartridge respirator Full facepiece Air-purifying. See Table 4 (page xxv) to select N99. front. R99. and Codes Used for Respirator Selection Symbol ¥ § * £ ¿ † APF Description At concentrations above the NIOSH REL.

See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. 50 Any chemical cartridge respirator with a full facepiece and acid gas cartridge(s) in combination with an N100. P100. See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. R99. or P95 filter (including N95. R99. The following filters may also be used: N99. See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. or P filters. 50 Any air-purifying full-facepiece respirator equipped with organic vapor cartridge(s). and Codes Used for Respirator Selection Code 95F APF Description 10 Any air-purifying full-facepiece respirator equipped with an N95. Code Components. 50 Any air-purifying. The following filters may also be used: N99. 95XQ 100F 100XQ CcrFAg100 CcrFOv CcrFOv95 CcrFOv100 CcrFS CcrFS100 CcrOv xxi . P100. or P filters. R. or P100 filter. 50 Any air-purifying full-facepiece respirator equipped with cartridge(s) providing protection against the compound of concern. 10 Any particulate respirator equipped with an N95. R100. N100. 50 Any air-purifying full-facepiece respirator equipped with organic vapor cartridge(s) in combination with an N100. R100. or P filters. R95. P99. R95. and P100 filtering facepieces) except quarter-mask respirators. R99. or P filters. R. R100. full-facepiece respirator with an N100. R100. The following filters may also be used: N99. 10 Any full-facepiece respirator with organic vapor cartridge(s) in combination with an N95. R95.Table 3 (Continued) Symbols. See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. R100. R. or P filters. R100. R. R100. or P100 filter. or P95 filter. R. P99. R95. or P100 filter. R100. 50 Any air-purifying full-facepiece respirator equipped with cartridge(s) providing protection against the compound of concern in combination with an N100. or P filters. R100. See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. R. or P filters. P99. or P100 filter. P100. R. See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. N100. and P95 filtering facepieces) except quarter-mask respirators. N100. R. 10 Any air-purifying half-mask respirator equipped with organic vapor cartridge(s). See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. or P95 filter. 10 Any air-purifying respirator with an N100. or P100 filter (including N100. or P filters.

front. full-facepiece respirator (gas mask) with a chin-style. See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. R100. R100. front. Code Components. N100. The following filters may also be used: N99. front.or back-mounted acid gas canister having an N100. front. or P100 filter. or P filters. R100. The following filters may also be used: N99. R99. 50 Any air-purifying. or P filters. 10 Any air-purifying half-mask respirator with organic vapor cartridge(s) in combination with an N100. R95.or back-mounted acid gas canister. 50 Any air-purifying. front.or back-mounted organic vapor canister in combination with an N95. 10 Any air-purifying half-mask respirator equipped with cartridge(s) providing protection against the compound of concern. P99.or back-mounted organic vapor canister having an N100. 50 Any air-purifying. R100. See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. front. 10 Any air-purifying half-mask respirator equipped with organic vapor and acid gas cartridge(s). full-facepiece respirator (gas mask) with a chin-style. R. R. full facepiece respirator (gas mask) with a chin-style. full-facepiece respirator (gas mask) with a chin-style. front. 50 Any air-purifying. R100. R. or P100 filter. P99. See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. R100. CcrOv100 CcrOvAg CcrS GmFAg GmFAg100 GmFOv GmFOv95 GmFOv100 GmFOvAg GmFOvAg100 GmFS xxii . See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N.Table 3 (Continued) Symbols. or P filters. 50 Any air-purifying.or back-mounted canister providing protection against the compound of concern. or P filters. or P95 filter. See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. R99. 50 Any air-purifying. P100. and Codes Used for Respirator Selection Code CcrOv95 APF Description 10 Any air-purifying half-mask respirator with organic vapor cartridge(s) in combination with an N95. 10 Any air-purifying. or P filters. or P100 filter. R.or back-mounted organic vapor and acid gas canister having an N100. full facepiece respirator (gas mask) with a chin-style. N100. R. R. P100. R95. or P95 filter. or P filters. front. full-facepiece respirator (gas mask) with a chin-style. See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. full-facepiece respirator (gas mask) with a chin-style. full-facepiece respirator (gas mask) with a chin-style. or P100 filter. 50 Any air-purifying.or back-mounted organic vapor and acid gas canister.or back-mounted organic vapor canister.

Any powered air-purifying respirator with an organic vapor cartridge in combination with a high-efficiency particulate filter. R.000 xxiii . Any powered air-purifying respirator with a tight-fitting facepiece and organic vapor cartridge(s). PaprAg PaprAgHie PaprHie PaprOv PaprOvAg PaprOvHie PaprS PaprTHie PaprTOv PaprTOvHie 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 50 PaprTS 50 Qm Sa Sa:Cf Sa:Pd. Any powered air-purifying respirator with acid gas cartridge(s) in combination with a high-efficiency particulate filter.Pp 5 10 25 1. Any powered air-purifying respirator with a tight-fitting facepiece and a high-efficiency particulate filter.Table 3 (Continued) Symbols. Any quarter-mask respirator. Any supplied-air respirator. R. Any powered air-purifying respirator with acid gas cartridge(s). See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. Any powered air-purifying respirator with organic vapor and acid gas cartridge(s). Any powered air-purifying respirator with a tight-fitting facepiece and cartridge(s) providing protection against the compound of concern. Any powered air-purifying respirator with cartridge(s) providing protection against the compound of concern. or P particulate filters. Any powered air-purifying respirator with a high-efficiency particulate filter. front.or back-mounted canister providing protection against the compound of concern and having an N100. or P filters. Any supplied-air respirator operated in a pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode. or P100 filter. Any powered air-purifying respirator with organic vapor cartridge(s). Code Components. Any supplied-air respirator operated in a continuous-flow mode. R100. See Table 4 (page xxv) for information on selection of N. and Codes Used for Respirator Selection Code GmFS100 APF 50 Description Any air-purifying. full-facepiece respirator (gas mask) with a chin-style. Any powered air-purifying respirator with a tight-fitting facepiece and organic vapor cartridge(s) in combination with a high-efficiency particulate filter.

Pp:AScba APF 50 2. 10. 50 Any supplied-air respirator that has a tight-fitting facepiece and is operated in a continuous-flow mode.Table 3 (Continued) Symbols. Code Components. Any supplied-air respirator that has a full facepiece and is operated in a pressure-demand or other positive pressure mode.000 Any self-contained breathing apparatus that has a full facepiece and is operated in a pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode. 50 Any self-contained breathing apparatus with a full facepiece. and Codes Used for Respirator Selection Code SaF SaF:Pd. SaT:Cf ScbaE ScbaF ScbaF:Pd. 10.000 Description Any supplied-air respirator with a full facepiece.Pp xxiv . self-contained breathing apparatus. Any appropriate escape-type.Pp SaF:Pd.000 Any supplied-air respirator that has a full-facepiece and is operated in a pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode in combination with an auxiliary self-contained breathing apparatus operated in pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode.

glycerine) are present. 2..g. 95%. use only a P-series filter. or P-series). If oil particles (e. N-. Note: To help you remember the filter series.e. cutting fluids. lubricants. See Table 3 (page xx) for APFs of respirator classes. The selection of N-. the assigned protection factor (APF) needed. and P-series filters depends on the presence of oil particles as follows: ● If no oil particles are present in the work environment. R for Resistant to oil. use a filter of any series (i. 3. use an ● R.or P-series filter. ● If oil particles are present and the filter is to be used for more than one work shift. R-. P for oil Proof. use the following guide: N for Not resistant to oil. R-. or 99.e.. The choice of facepiece depends on the level of protection needed – that is. 99%.Table 4 Selection of N-. R-. and see Recommendations for Respirator Selection (page xiv) for more information.. Note: N-series filters cannot be used if oil particles are present. Higher filter efficiency means lower filter leakage. Selection of filter efficiency (i. or P-Series Particulate Respirators 1.7%) depends on how much filter leakage can be accepted. xxv .

Table 5 Abbreviations for Exposure Routes. and Target Organs Code abdom abnor abs album anes anor anos anxi arrhy aspir asphy BP breath bron BUN [carc] card chol cirr CNS conc con conf conj constip convuls corn CVS cyan decr depres derm diarr dist Definition Abdominal Abnormal/Abnormalities Skin absorption Albuminuria Anesthesia Anorexia Anosmia (loss of the sense of smell) Code dizz drow dysp emphy eosin epilep epis equi eryt euph fail fasc FEV fib ftg func GI halu head hema hemato hemorr hypox inco incr inebri inflamm Definition Dizziness Drowsiness Dyspnea (breathing difficulty) Emphysema Eosinophilia Epileptiform Epistaxis (nosebleed) Equilibrium Erythema (skin redness) Euphoria Failure Fasciculation Forced expiratory volume Fibrosis Fatigue Function Gastrointestinal Hallucinations Headache Hematuria (blood in the urine) Hematopoietic Hemorrhage Hypoxemia (reduced O2 in the blood) Incoordination Increased Inebriation Inflammation Ingestion Inhalation Injury Insomnia Irregular/Irregularities Irritation Anxiety Arrhythmias Aspiration Asphyxia Blood pressure Breath/breathing Bronchitis Blood urea nitrogen Potential occupational carcinogen Cardiac Cholinesterase Cirrhosis Central nervous system Concentration Skin and/or eye contact Confusion Conjunctivitis Constipation Convulsions Corneal Cardiovascular system Cyanosis Decreased Depressed/Depression Dermatitis Diarrhea Disturbance hyperpig Hyperpigmentation ing inh inj insom irreg irrit xxvi . Symptoms.

Table 5 (Continued) Abbreviations for Exposure Routes. Symptoms. exhaustion) Leukocytosis (increased blood leukocytes) Leukopenia (reduced blood leukocytes) Code prot pulm RBC repro resp Definition Proteinuria Pulmonary Red blood cell Reproductive Respiratory/respiration Retrosternal (occurring behind the sternum) Rhinorrhea (discharge of thin nasal mucus) Salivation Sensitization Shortness Sneezing Solid Solution Substernal (occurring beneath the sternum) Sweating Swelling System Tachycardia Tenderness Teratogenic Throbbing Tightness Twitching Unconsciousness Vapor Vesiculation Visual Vomiting Weak/weakness Wheezing restless Restlessness retster rhin salv sens short sneez sol soln subs sweat swell sys tacar tend terato throb tight twitch uncon vap vesic vis vomit weak wheez Liquid Localized Weight loss Malaise (vague feeling of discomfort) Malnutrition Methemoglobinemia Mucous membrane Muscle Narcosis Nausea Necrosis Nephritis Numb/numbness Opacity Palpitations Paralysis Paresthesia Perforation Peripheral neuropathy Periorbital (situated around the eye) Pharyngeal Photophobia (abnormal visual intolerance to light) Pneumonitis Polyneuropathy musc narco nau nec neph numb opac palp para pares perf peri neur periorb phar photo pneu polyneur xxvii . and Target Organs Code irrity jaun kera lac lar lass leucyt leupen liq local low-wgt mal malnut methemo muc memb Definition Irritability Jaundice Keratitis (inflammation of the cornea) Lacrimation (discharge of tears) Laryngeal Lassitude (weakness.

get medical attention. immediately flush the contaminated skin with soap and water. If this chemical penetrates the clothing. dust it off immediately and then flush the contaminated skin with water. do NOT rub the affected areas or flush them with water. If this chemical contacts the eyes. If this molten chemical contacts the skin. promptly flush the contaminated skin with soap and water. immediately and thoroughly wash contaminated skin with soap and water. gently blot or brush away excess. Irr prompt Frostbite Medical attention Skin: Blot/brush away Dust off solid. get medical attention. If this solid chemical contacts the skin. If this chemical penetrates the clothing. lacrimation. seek medical attention immediately. If this chemical or liquids containing this chemical penetrate the clothing. In order to prevent further tissue damage. Get medical attention immediately. occasionally lifting the lower and upper lids. Get medical attention. occasionally lifting the lower and upper lids. if tissue is not frozen. get medical attention as soon as possible. do NOT attempt to remove frozen clothing from frostbitten areas. Get medical attention immediately. immediately remove the clothing and wash the skin with soap and water. or photophobia persist. promptly wash (irrigate) the eyes with large amounts of water. If this chemical contacts the skin. If frostbite has occurred. promptly wash the contaminated skin with soap and water. promptly remove the clothing and flush the skin with water. immediately flush the skin with large amounts of water. If irritation occurs. If this chemical contacts the skin. If irritation persists after washing. If frostbite has NOT occurred. If irritation. occasionally lifting the lower and upper eyelids. Get medical attention immediately.Table 6 Codes for First Aid Data Code Eye: Irr immed Definition If this chemical contacts the eyes. If this chemical or liquids containing this chemical penetrate the clothing. pain. water flush Frostbite Molten flush immed/ sol-liq soap wash prompt Soap flush immed Soap flush prompt xxviii . swelling. If irritation persists after washing. immediately wash (irrigate) the eyes with large amounts of water. If irritation persists after washing. promptly remove the clothing and flush the skin with water. immediately and thoroughly flush the eyes with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention if any discomfort continues. seek medical attention immediately. immediately remove the clothing and flush the skin with water. get medical attention. If eye tissue is frozen. If this chemical (or liquids containing this chemical) contacts the skin.

If irritation persists after washing. get medical attention. and get medical attention promptly. If this chemical contacts the skin. If this chemical penetrates the clothing. promptly wash the contaminated skin with soap and water. get medical attention immediately. If this chemical penetrates the clothing. immediately remove the clothing and flush the skin with water promptly. wash the contaminated skin with soap and water. immediately wash the contaminated skin with soap and water. wash the skin with soap and water. Where there is evidence of skin irritation. If this chemical penetrates the clothing. If irritation persists after washing. If this chemical penetrates the clothing. If this chemical contacts the skin. promptly wash the contaminated skin with water. immediately remove the clothing. If this chemical contacts the skin. wash the contaminated skin with water. flush the contaminated skin with water. promptly remove the clothing and wash the skin with water. promptly wash the contaminated skin with soap and water. Soap wash Soap wash immed Soap wash prompt Water flush Water flush immed Water flush prompt Water wash Water wash immed Water wash prompt xxix . flush the contaminated skin with water promptly. If this chemical contacts the skin. If this chemical penetrates the clothing. Get medical attention promptly. get medical attention. If this chemical contacts the skin. If this chemical contacts the skin. If this chemical contacts the skin. If this chemical contacts this skin. If this chemical penetrates the clothing. immediately remove the clothing and flush the skin with water. If symptoms occur after washing. immediately remove the clothing and wash the skin with water.Table 6 (Continued) Codes for First Aid Data Code Skin (continued): Soap prompt/molten flush immed Definition If this solid chemical or a liquid containing this chemical contacts the skin. promptly remove the clothing and wash the skin with soap and water. immediately wash the contaminated skin with water. get medical attention. get medical attention. If this chemical contacts the skin. immediately flush the affected area with large amounts of water to remove heat. Get medical attention promptly. If irritation persists after washing. immediately flush the contaminated skin with water. Get medical attention immediately. If this molten chemical contacts the skin or nonimpervious clothing.

move the exposed person to fresh air at once. get medical attention immediately. If breathing has stopped. When breathing is difficult.Table 6 (Continued) Codes for First Aid Data Code Breath: Resp support Definition If a person breathes large amounts of this chemical. move the exposed person to fresh air at once. Fresh air Fresh air. Keep the affected person warm and at rest. move the exposed person to fresh air at once. perform artificial respiration. Get medical attention as soon as possible. Other measures are usually unnecessary. Get medical attention as soon as possible. perform artificial respiration. properly trained personnel may assist the affected person by administering 100% oxygen. If a person breathes large amounts of this chemical. Keep the affected person warm and at rest. If breathing has stopped. If this chemical has been swallowed. If a person breathes large amounts of this chemical. 100% O2 Swallow: Medical attention immed xxx .

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strong caustics [Note: Corrosive to metals.Pp:AScba IP: 10. [Note: Pure compound is a solid below 62°F. phar edema.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact (>10%) BP: 244°F 50 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam (>10%) Fl. skin sens. eye. in animals: kidney. nose.P: 103°F GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam (>10%) §: ScbaF:Pd. skin.Pp/SaF:Pd. derm. teeth Acetic acid 2 .9% LEL: 4. ketones. Methanecarboxylic acid [Note: Can be found in concentrations of 5-8% in vinegar. throat. Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support delayed pulm edema. alcohols.0% Class IA Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. CNS.46 mg/m3 DOT: 2790 153 (10-80% acid).P: -36°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10. chronic bron Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.] Exposure Routes. hyperkeratosis. nose. repro.79 Provide: Eyewash VP: 740 mmHg FRZ: -190°F Quick drench UEL: 60% LEL: 4. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys. terato effects. [carc] TO: Eyes.R. acids. skin.05 Provide: Eyewash (>5%) VP: 11 mmHg FRZ: 62°F Quick drench (>50%) UEL(200°F): 19. 2789 132 (>80% acid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Acetic acid (aqueous). HCN. eye. 3507 See Appendix A OSHA 68 See Appendix C (Aldehydes) Physical Description: Colorless liquid or gas (above 69°F) with a pungent.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 60. lac. H2S [Note: Prolonged contact with air may cause formation of peroxides that may explode and burst containers. Ethanal. 2538. Sp. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Ethyl aldehyde Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca OSHA PEL†: TWA 200 ppm (360 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 2018. Often used in an aqueous solution.Gr: 0. conj.Pp/SaF:Pd. bases. black skin. vinegar-like odor.R.1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 69°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd.80 mg/m3 DOT: 1089 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Acetic aldehyde. Sp. phenols. Ing. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. CNS depres. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 44. Glacial acetic acid (pure compound). sodium peroxide & nitric acid). repro sys [in animals: nasal cancer] Swallow: Medical attention immed Acetaldehyde Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOH 64-19-7 AF1225000 50 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.Gr: 1. Symptoms.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (25 mg/m3) OSHA PEL: TWA 10 ppm (25 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1603 ST 15 ppm (37 mg/m ) OSHA ID186SG Physical Description: Colorless liquid or crystals with a sour. ammonia & amines. fruity odor. Ethanoic acid. cough.A CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 75-07-0 AB1925000 Ca [2000 ppm] CH3CHO Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. dental Skin: Water flush immed erosion.22 eV Change: N. skin burns. easily undergoes polymerization.0% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (especially chromic acid.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl. throat. resp sys.66 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.] Exposure Routes. Symptoms. kidneys. skin burns. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. conj.

Pp:AScba Change: N. head.38 mg/m3 DOT: 1090 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dimethyl ketone. bron. alcohols.08 VP: 4 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -99°F UEL: 10. Con SY: Conj. skin.1 2500 ppm: CcrOv*/PaprOv*/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 133°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd. resp sys CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 67-64-1 AL3150000 2500 ppm [10%LEL] (CH3)2CO Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. Acetyl oxide. 102 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a strong. pungent. Ethanoic anhydride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 5 ppm (20 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 3506 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (20 mg/m ) OSHA 82.00 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash Sp.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 108-24-7 AK1925000 200 ppm (CH3CO)2O Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. dizz.8% LEL: 2. nose. Acetic oxide.1 125 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 282°F 200 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv£/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: 12% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. photo. Symptoms. opac.79 VP: 180 mmHg FRZ: -140°F UEL: 12. vinegar-like odor. Acetic anhydride A Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 102.18 mg/m3 DOT: 1715 137 Synonyms/Trade Names: Acetic acid anhydride.5% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. skin burns. cough. skin. IP: 10. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 58. mint-like odor.69 eV Sp. 2555.R. phar irrit.] Exposure Routes. lac. IP: 9.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support dysp. Symptoms. Reacts with water to form acetic acid.Pp/SaF:Pd. Ing. strong caustics [Note: Corrosive to iron. amines. Ketone propane. strong oxidizers (especially chromic acid). resp sys.R. 2-Propanone Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 250 ppm (590 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1300.Pp/SaF:Pd.7% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. acids Exposure Routes.Gr: 1. vesic. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.P: 120°F ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Acetone 3 . Ing. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. nasal.P: 0°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. corn edema.Gr: 0. derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. CNS depres. 3800 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1000 ppm (2400 mg/m ) OSHA 69 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a fragrant.3% LEL: 2. steel & other metals. sens derm Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. throat.

] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 20 ppm (34 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1606 OSHA PEL†: TWA 40 ppm (70 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an aromatic odor. lass. Ethyl nitrile.1 200 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 179°F 500 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv/CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. lass.Gr: 0. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. skin. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Resp sys.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp. kidneys.P: 165°F 250 ppm: SaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 41. asphy Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. throat.P(oc): 42°F ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. CNS.2% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Sulfuric acid.A Acetone cyanohydrin Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.1 10 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 203°F 25 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible 50 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl. asphy. pulm edema.68 mg/m3 DOT: 1648 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Cyanomethane. Methyl cyanide [Note: Forms cyanide in the body. CVS. Abs.R.0% LEL: 3. conf. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support in animals: liver.0% LEL: 2.48 mg/m3 Formula: CAS#: CH3C(OH)CNCH3 75-86-5 DOT: 1541 155 (stabilized) RTECS#: OD9275000 IDLH: N. Ing. [Note: Forms cyanide in the body. chest pain. IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. vomit. Symptoms. liver. nau. water content.8 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -4°F UEL: 12. caustics [Note: Slowly decomposes to acetone & HCN at room temperatures.] Exposure Routes. Ing.78 VP: 73 mmHg FRZ: -49°F UEL: 16. 2-Hydroxy-2-methyl-propionitrile.0% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.D. skin. convuls. Abs. Symptoms. head. CVS.93 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 0. resp sys. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit nose. stupor. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. resp sys. α-Hydroxyisobutyronitrile.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 85. IP: 12. rate is accelerated by an increase in pH.Pp Change: N.Pp/SaF:Pd. Synonyms/Trade Names: Cyanohydrin-2-propanone.Pp:AScba Change: N. liver. convuls. CNS.Pp/SaF:Pd. GI tract CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 75-05-8 AL7700000 500 ppm CH3CN Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. 2-Cyano-2-propanol. 2-Methyllactonitrile Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 1 ppm (4 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): NIOSH 2506 OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a faint odor of bitter almond. liver.Gr(77°F): 0. or temperature.R. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support kidney inj.20 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Provide: Quick drench Sp. kidneys Acetonitrile 4 . dizz.

Con SY: Reduced function of liver.3 ¥: ScbaF:Pd.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 26. Abs.R. RGasD: 0.R. Eyes: Frostbite Sol: 2% Wash skin: N.] Exposure Routes. HC≡CH Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. bladder. silver & brasses (containing more than 66% copper). resp sys Acetylene 5 .D. N-Acetyl-2-aminofluorene. ethereal odor.1014] See Appendix B Physical Description: Tan.06 mg/m3 DOT: 1001 116 Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethine. crystalline powder. dizz. liquid: frostbite Breath: Fresh air TO: CNS.40 eV Change: N. skin [in animals: tumors of Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed the liver.P: NA (Gas) Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 11. mercury. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 223. Symptoms.P: ? See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily IP:? Provide: Eyewash Sp. Con (liquid) Skin: Frostbite SY: Head.D. kidneys.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: Insoluble Remove: When wet or contam Fl. kidneys.Gr: ? VP: ? Quick drench MLT: 381°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes.0 Skin: Frostbite BP: Sublimes Not available. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh. Ethyne [Note: A compressed gas used in the welding & cutting of metals. 2-FAA. FAA. [Note: Commercial Acetylene Criteria Document grade has a garlic-like odor. Shipped under pressure dissolved in acetone. [carc] Skin: Soap wash immed TO: Liver. Fl.5% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Zinc.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 2500 ppm (2662 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless gas with a faint. skin & pancreas] 2-Acetylaminofluorene A Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: 74-86-2 AO9600000 N.] C15H13NO Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: AAF. Symptoms.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 53-96-3 AB9450000 Ca [N.2 atm FRZ: -119°F (Sublimes) UEL: 100% LEL: 2. asphy. Ing. bladder. 2-Acetaminofluorene. bladder. 2-Fluorenylacetamide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): See Appendix A None available OSHA PEL: [1910.91 Provide: Frostbite wash VP: 44. pancreas. lungs. 2-AAF. pancreas. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. oxygen & other oxidizing agents such as halogens [Note: Forms explosive acetylide compounds with copper.

nau. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. skin. skin. Tetrabromoethane. moisture hazard if dispersed in air. abdom pain. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.2-Tetrabromoethane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: See Appendix D 3 NIOSH 2003 OSHA PEL: TWA 1 ppm (14 mg/m ) Physical Description: Pale-yellow liquid with a pungent odor similar to camphor or iodoform. [Note: Slowly hydrolyzes in moist air to salicyclic & acetic acids. incr blood clotting time. Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support vomit. upper resp sys. resp sys. Symptoms. jaun. Symptoms. nau.3% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl. crystal-line powder. nose.1. liver. TBE. Sp. [aspirin] [Note: Develops the vinegar-like odor of acetic acid on contact with moisture. [Note: A solid below 32°F. hot iron. CNS Acetylene tetrabromide Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOC6H4COOH 50-78-2 VO0700000 N. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: o-Acetoxybenzoic acid. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. explosion carbonates.D.02 mmHg FRZ: 32°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong caustics. Sp.R. Aspirin Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 0500 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Odorless.14 mg/m3 DOT: 2504 159 Synonyms/Trade Names: Symmetrical tetrabromoethane. Sol(77°F): 0. Tetrabromoacetylene. kidneys Acetylsalicyclic acid 6 .Gr: 1.R.P: NA Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. anor. liver. leucyt.Gr: 2.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 345. reducing metals such as aluminum.2 (see Table 2): BP: 284°F (Decomposes) Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available.P: NA Wash skin: When contam IP: NA Remove: N. liver.A Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CHBr2CHBr2 79-27-6 KI8225000 8 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 14. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.2. resp sys. head. colorless to white. Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support CNS depres Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. strong oxidizers. Ing.Pp/SaF:Pd. Ing. magnesium.7 OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 474°F (Decomposes) 8 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. 1. 2-Acetoxybenzoic acid.07% §: ScbaF:Pd. kidney inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.35 Change: Daily VP: 0 mmHg (approx) Provide: Eyewash MLT: 275°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA MEC: 40 g/m3 Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Solutions of alkali hydroxides or Combustible Powder.97 VP: 0.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 180.] Exposure Routes. and zinc Exposure Routes. blood.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Fl.

delayed pulm Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support edema.84 Provide: Eyewash VP: 210 mmHg FRZ: -126°F Quick drench UEL: 31% LEL: 2. ataxia.Pp/SaF:Pd. musc weak. decr pulm func. Symptoms.25 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2501 ST 0. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. testes. PV2004 TWA 0. Acrylic amide. chronic resp disease Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.29 mg/m3 DOT: 1092 131P (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: Acraldehyde.R. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 56. alkalis.25 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless or yellow liquid with a piercing. Ing.Gr: 1. resp sys. Allyl aldehyde. repro sys [in animals: tumors of the lungs.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 127°F 2 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv*/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 40% Wash skin: When contam Fl. pares.Gr: 0. Symptoms. Abs. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. May form shock-sensitive peroxides over time.8% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers.3 ppm (0. amines [Note: Polymerizes readily unless inhibited--usually with hydroquinone.] Exposure Routes.P: -15°F GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.P: 280°F Wash skin: When contam/Daily IP: 9. Acrylic aldehyde. numb limbs. Acrylaldehyde. Propenal.007 mmHg Provide: Eyewash MLT: 184°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid (may also be Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers dissolved in flammable liquids). hand sweat. heart Acrolein A Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2=CHCONH2 79-06-1 AS3325000 Ca [60 mg/m3] Conversion: DOT: 2074 153P Synonyms/Trade Names: Acrylamide monomer.50 eV Remove: When wet or contam Sp.8 mg/m ) OSHA 52 See Appendix C (Aldehydes) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. PNS. absent Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support deep tendon reflex.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 107-02-8 AS1050000 2 ppm CH2=CHCHO Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. acids.] Exposure Routes.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10. Propenamide. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.1 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 347-572°F (Decomposes) Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.13 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. drow.3 mg/m3 [skin] Physical Description: White crystalline. Sp. disagreeable odor. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 71. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. thyroid & adrenal glands] Acrylamide 7 . 2-Propenal Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. muc memb. skin. CNS. lass. odorless solid. repro effects.12 Change: Daily VP: 0. Ing.03 mg/m [skin] See Appendix A OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. skin. [Note: May polymerize violently upon melting.1 ppm (0. skin. ammonia.Pp:AScba Sol(86°F): 216% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Fl.Pp/SaF:Pd.1 ppm (0. 2-Propenamide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 OSHA 21. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.

vomit.] Exposure Routes.P: 121°F Wash skin: When contam IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp. Vinyl cyanide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 1604 TWA 1 ppm OSHA 37 C 10 ppm [15-minute] [skin] See Appendix A OSHA PEL: [1910. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ing. CNS [brain tumors. chloro-sulfonic acid.1 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 171°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Cyanoethylene.1045] TWA 2 ppm C 10 ppm [15-minute] [skin] Physical Description: Colorless to pale-yellow liquid with an unpleasant odor. CH2=CHCOOH Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. kidney inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. resp sys Acrylic acid Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2=CHCN 107-13-1 AT5250000 Ca [85 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.0% bromine. liver. head. skin. LEL: 3.g. [carc] TO: Eyes. CVS.81 Change: N.17 mg/m3 DOT: 1093 131P (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: Acrylonitrile monomer.91 eV Remove: When wet (flamm) See Appendix E (page 351) Sp. eye. kidneys. skin. Symptoms.05 Change: N. nau. 2-Propenenitrile.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 72. ethylene diamine. Ing. [Note: Odor can only be detected above the PEL. Propenenitrile. asphy. LEL: 2. Abs. PV2005 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid or solid (below 55°F) with a distinctive. alkalis. Class II Combustible Liquid ethyleneimine. acrid odor.P: 30°F Wash skin: When contam IP: 10.Pp/SaF:Pd.02% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. VP: 3 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: 55°F Quick drench UEL: 8. [Note: Shipped with an inhibitor (e.4% ammonium hydroxide. VP: 83 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: -116°F Quick drench UEL: 17% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.R.Gr: 0.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 53. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. in Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support animals: lung. Class IB Flammable Liquid may polymerize spontaneously or when heated or in presence of strong alkali. 2-Propenoic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (6 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA 28. dizz. AN. lass..Pp:AScba Sol: 7% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Fl.D. lung & bowel cancer] Swallow: Medical attention immed Acrylonitrile 8 . 2-aminoethanol [Note: Corrosive to many metals. hydroquinone) since it readily polymerizes. sneez. Breath: Resp support scaling derm. Abs. Symptoms. Con Skin: Water wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. skin. acids & alkalis. Attacks copper. skin burns.Gr: 1. Sol: Miscible Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl.R. resp sys. Glacial acrylic acid (98% in aqueous solution). oleum.95 mg/m3 DOT: 2218 132P (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: Acroleic acid. amines. Ethylenecarboxylic acid. Aqueous acrylic acid (technical grade is 94%). liver.A CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 79-10-7 AS4375000 N. skin. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. skin vesic. amines [Note: Unless inhibited (usually with methylhydroquinone).1 (see Table 2): BP: 286°F Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available. VCN. skin sens.

nau. resp sys.Pp Change: Daily Sp. clonic. active metals. Nitriles Criteria Document [Note: A solid below 34°F. acid catalysts. convuls.8-dimethanonaphthalene Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 5502 TWA 0. conf. lass.Pp:AScba VP: 0.Pp:AScba Sol: 0. head. coma. Ing.Gr: 0.00008 mmHg Provide: Eyewash MLT: 219°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid.] Exposure Routes.4. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. liver. mal.P: NA Wash skin: When contam/Daily IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp.] Adiponitrile A Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 108. CNS.D. Ing.002 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: 34°F UEL: 5. CVS Aldrin Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: HHDN. [Note: Formerly used as an insecticide. skin [in animals: tumors of the lungs.8a-hexahydro-endo-1.Pp/SaF:Pd.8. phenol Exposure Routes.0% LEL: 1.4a.P(oc): 199°F 200 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 250 ppm: SaF:Pd. 1. oily liquid. hema.5. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. practically odorless.4-Dicyanobutane. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Symptoms. skin.4-exo-5.g. Forms cyanide in the body.Gr: 1.. kidneys. Hexanedinitrile. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support blurred vision.97 §: ScbaF:Pd. nitrates).Pp/SaF:Pd. nau. myoclonic jerks of limbs.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 364.7% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers (e.43 mg/m3 DOT: 2205 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.. liver. but may be Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Concentrated mineral acids.3. Symptoms. Tetramethylene cyanide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 4 ppm (18 mg/m3) OSHA PEL: none NIOSH Physical Description: Water-white. Abs. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Head. sulfuric acid) [Note: Decomposes above 194°F. Swallow: Medical attention immed thyroid & adrenal glands] Formula: C12H8Cl6 DOT: 2761 151 CAS#: 309-00-2 RTECS#: IO2100000 IDLH: Ca [25 mg/m3] 9 . dysp.4. acid oxidizing agents.g.5% 100 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: When contam Fl. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support tonic convuls. dizz. dizz. resp sys. Octalene. Abs. azotemia.2.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 563°F 40 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 4. forming hydrogen cyanide. perchlorates.10. strong acids (e.60 Change: Daily VP: 0.25 mg/m [skin] See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 111-69-3 AV2625000 N.003% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl.9 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: Decomposes Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. skin. NC(CH2)4CN Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. vomit. [carc] TO: CNS.10-Hexachloro-1.25 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Colorless to dark-brown crystalline solid with a mild chemical odor. dissolved in flammable liquids. abdom pain.

P: -25°F 250 ppm: SaF:Pd. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. Abs.0% LEL: 2. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 76.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 9.4% 50 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Fl. resp sys.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Propenol.5 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 113°F 25 ppm: Sa:Cf* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. skin. kidneys Allyl chloride 10 . acids.63 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. Abs.R. liver.85 Provide: Quick drench VP: 17 mmHg FRZ: -200°F UEL: 18.1% LEL: 2. nose.9% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.Pp Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10. unpleasant odor. tissue damage.R.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 205°F 20 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv*/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl. Con SY: Eye irrit.13 mg/m3 DOT: 1100 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: 3-Chloropropene. Allylic alcohol.05 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. acids. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd. mustard-like odor. or purple liquid with a pungent. skin.Pp:AScba Change: N.38 mg/m3 DOT: 1098 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: AA. Sp. 1405 ST 4 ppm (10 mg/m ) [skin] 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 2 ppm (5 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pungent. iron & aluminum chlorides. Sp. yellow.P: 70°F GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.A CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: BA5075000 20 ppm CH2=CHCH2OH 107-18-6 Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. irrit upper resp sys. muc memb. Breath: Resp support kidney inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. in animals: liver. Symptoms.Pp/SaF:Pd. 2-Propenol. oxidizers. 3-Chloropropylene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (3 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1000 ST 2 ppm (6 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1 ppm (3 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless. Vinyl carbinol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (5 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1402. 1-Propen-3-ol. or peroxides. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 58. Symptoms.5% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. pulm edema Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. skin. pulm edema. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Allyl alcohol CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 107-05-1 UC7350000 250 ppm CH2=CHCH2Cl Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. 1-Chloro-2-propene. carbon tetrachloride [Note: Polymerization may be caused by elevated temperatures. amines.Gr: 0.Gr: 0. brown. magnesium.94 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Provide: Quick drench VP: 295 mmHg MLT: -210°F UEL: 11. Ing. Ing. zinc First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. skin.

[(2-Propenyloxy)methyl] oxirane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (22 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2545 ST 10 ppm (44 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: C 10 ppm (45 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pleasant odor. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. Symptoms. Fl. Breath: Resp support possible hemato. Symptoms. Ing.07 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 4. lac Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. narco. BP: ? Not available.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H10O2 106-92-3 RR0875000 50 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.Pp/SaF:Pd. derm. 1-Allyloxy-2. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.3 Skin: N. resp sys.2 50 ppm: CcrOv/PaprOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 309°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 14% GmFOv/Sa/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 114.Gr(59°F): 0. Abs.93 VP: ? FRZ: 5°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. [Note: The chief volatile component of onion oil. repro effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. blood. skin. 2-Propenyl propyl disulfide. resp sys. repro sys Allyl glycidyl ether A Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: H2C=CHCH2S2CH2CH2CH3 2179-59-1 JO0350000 N. resp sys.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 148. Glycidyl allyl ether.97 VP: 2 mmHg FRZ: -148°F [forms glass] UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. pulm edema.Gr: 0.R. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.67 mg/m3 DOT: 2219 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: AGE.3-epoxypropane. skin. IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.D. Propyl allyl disulfide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (12 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PV2086 ST 3 ppm (18 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 2 ppm (12 mg/m ) Physical Description: Pale-yellow liquid with a strong & irritating onion-like odor.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.5-Dithia-1-octene.P: 135°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.R. Sp.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl.R. nose. Onion oil.R. Ing. nose. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Allyl propyl disulfide 11 .

Aluminum metal.R. skin.0 Skin: N. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes.70 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1220°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Combustible Solid. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Al 7429-90-5 BD0330000 N. DOT: 1309 170 (powder.A α-Alumina Conversion: Formula: Al2O3 DOT: CAS#: 1344-28-1 RTECS#: BD1200000 IDLH: N.D. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. malleable.R. 0600 3 OSHA ID109SG. Symptoms. 7300. Not available. Emery is an impure crystalline variety of Al2O3. Sp. Ignition may occur if powders are mixed with halogens. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. ductile.D. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 101. or methyl chloride.P: NA Remove: N. VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 3632°F UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chlorine trifluoride.R.] Exposure Routes. oxidizers [Note: Hydrogen gas may be formed when finely Noncombustible solid. Sp. Symptoms. resp sys Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes. Corundum is natural Al2O3.R. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers & acids. Aluminum oxide.P: NA Wash skin: N.R. Sol: Insoluble Eyes: N.R. Ing. coated). carbon disulfide.R. odorless. skin. hot chlorinated LEL: NA rubber.Gr: 4. resp sys TO: Eyes. Fl. Fl. Con Skin: Blot/brush away SY: Irrit eyes. crystalline powder.] form explosive mixtures in air. IP: NA Remove: N. skin. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. resp sys Aluminum 12 .0 Change: N.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) NIOSH 0500. IP: NA Change: N.R. Aluminum powder.Gr: 2. Conversion: 9260 169 (molten) Synonyms/Trade Names: Aluminium. but dusts may divided iron contacts moisture during crushing & milling operations. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 27. 7301. halogenated hydrocarbons [Note: Corrodes in contact with acids & other metals. skin. Eyes: N.R. Synonyms/Trade Names: Alumina. BP: 4221°F Not available. may cause explosions.9 (see Table 2): BP: 5396°F Skin: N. acids. uncoated). odorless metal. Aluminum trioxide [Note: α-Alumina is the main component of technical grade alumina. ID198SG TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: White.R. 7303 TWA 5 mg/m3 (resp) 3 OSHA ID121 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Silvery-white. finely divided dust is easily ignited. Exposure Routes. 1396 138 (powder. Elemental aluminum Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): NIOSH 7013.

Wash skin: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. skin burns TO: Skin. 7301. Con SY: Irrit skin. pyrophoric) Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific aluminum compound. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: Not available. resp sys First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 13 .R. resp sys. Properties vary depending upon Skin: Prevent skin contact the specific aluminum compound. pulm fib TO: Skin. Symptoms. Con SY: Irrit skin. A Conversion: DOT: 1383 135 (powder. 7303 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific aluminum compound.D. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. Change: N. 7301. 7300. Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 NIOSH 7300. Symptoms.R.R. Ing. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: Not available.R. as Al) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: N.D.Aluminum (pyro powders and welding fumes. as Al) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: N. Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 2 mg/m3 NIOSH 7013. Properties vary depending upon Skin: N. Ing. Remove: N. resp sys First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Aluminum (soluble salts and alkyls. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Wash skin: When contam Remove: When wet or contam Change: Daily Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes. 7303 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific OSHA ID121 aluminum compound. Eyes: N. Conversion: DOT: 3051 135 (Aluminum alkyls) Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific aluminum compound. the specific aluminum compound. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes. resp sys.R.

Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Slight Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. urinary Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support burning.Gr: ? VP(77°F): 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd. excitement. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.1011] See Appendix B OSHA 93 Physical Description: Colorless crystals with a floral odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 94.] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 4-Aminobiphenyl. lass. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Head. high BP.00 eV Provide: Quick drench Sp.1 5 ppm: Sa*/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 411°F §: ScbaF:Pd. [Note: Turns purple on contact with air. ataxia.16 Provide: Eyewash VP(227°F): 1 mmHg MLT: 127°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid. p-Aminodiphenyl. head.5 ppm (2 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH S158 (II-4) OSHA PEL: TWA 0.A Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5C6H4NH2 92-67-1 DU8925000 Ca [N. nau. leaflets. Abs. but must be preheated before ignition possible.Gr: 1.85 mg/m3 Formula: NH2C5H4N DOT: 2671 153 CAS#: 504-29-0 RTECS#: US1575000 IDLH: 5 ppm Synonyms/Trade Names: α-Aminopyridine.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 169. skin [bladder cancer] 4-Aminodiphenyl 2-Aminopyridine Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Bladder. acute hemorrhagic cystitis. Symptoms.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 576°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. nose. or crystals with a characteristic odor.5 ppm (2 mg/m ) Physical Description: White powder. lass. stupor Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS.8 mmHg MLT: 137°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. α-Pyridylamine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support resp distress. convuls. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidized by air Exposure Routes.P: 154°F Change: Daily IP: 8. dysp. Abs.D. p-Aminobiphenyl. drow.Pp/SaF:Pd. dizz. throat. dizz. Con SY: Irrit eyes. 4-Phenylaniline Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH P&CAM269 (II-4) See Appendix A OSHA PEL: [1910.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Sol: >100% Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Symptoms.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily Sp. Ing. resp sys 14 . Ing. methemo.

[herbicide] [Note: Odorless when pure. Symptoms. musc spasms. Aqua ammonia. Symptoms.000008 mmHg Provide: Eyewash MLT: 318°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Light (decomposes).] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Aminotriazole. skin.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 17. Conversion: 1 ppm = 0.18 eV GmFS/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. crystalline powder. throat. suffocating odor.4-triazole.60 (solution) Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Change: N. 6015.] Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.0 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: -28°F 250 ppm: CcrS*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 34% Wash skin: When contam (solution) 300 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprS*/CcrFS/ Fl. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. Exposure Routes.4-triazole Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca OSHA PEL†: none (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500 TWA 0.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 25 ppm (18 mg/m3) OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 ppm (35 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 3800.5 atm Provide: Eyewash (>10%) FRZ: -108°F UEL: 28% Quick drench (>10%) LEL: 15% [Note: Although NH3 does not meet the DOT definition of a Flammable Gas (for labeling purposes). wheez.] Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 84. chest pain. it should be treated as one.] Exposure Routes. skin burns. Ing (solution). Con (solution/liquid) Eye: Irr immed (solution/liquid) SY: Irrit eyes. skin. Ing. incr body Skin: Water wash immed Breath: Resp support temperature. salv. salts of silver & zinc [Note: Corrosive to copper & galvanized surfaces. but may be [Note: Corrosive to iron. 2672 154 (10-35% solution).70 mg/m3 2073 125 (>35-50% solution).R. liquid: frostbite Swallow: Medical attention immed (solution) TO: Eyes. vesic.14 Change: Daily VP: <0. lass.] dissolved in flammable liquids. pink frothy sputum. thyroid & pituitary gland tumors] Swallow: Medical attention immed Amitrole A Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NH3 7664-41-7 BO0875000 300 ppm DOT: 1005 125 (anhydrous).Pp/SaF:Pd. aluminum & copper.Pp:AScba RGasD: 0.1 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: ? Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 1. resp sys Ammonia 15 . acids. Aqueous ammonia [Note: Often used in an aqueous solution. 3-Aminotriazole. skin. strong oxidizers Noncombustible Solid.2. pulm Skin: Water flush immed (solution/liquid) Breath: Resp support edema. halogens. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. dysp. nose. thyroid [in animals: liver.2 mg/m OSHA PV2006 See Appendix A Physical Description: Colorless to white.Pp:AScba Sol(77°F): 28% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl. skin dryness. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.D. Easily liquefied under pressure. 2-Amino-1. 1005 125 (>50% solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Anhydrous ammonia.Pp/SaF:Pd.P: NA (Gas) Remove: When wet or contam IP: 10. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. 6016 ST 35 ppm (27 mg/m ) OSHA ID188 Physical Description: Colorless gas with a pungent. anor.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C2H4N4 61-82-5 XZ3850000 Ca [N. dysp. VP: 8. ataxia. 3-Amino-1.3. depres (thyroid func suppression) TO: Eyes.P: NA Wash skin: Daily IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp.

] Exposure Routes.. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 37% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Sp. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. bromine trifluoride [Note: Corrodes most metals at high (i. Ammonium amidosulfonate.R. dysp Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.R.1 NIOSH Skin: N. Sol: 200% Wash skin: N.Pp UEL: NA §: ScbaF:Pd. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Ammonium sulfamate 16 . nose. Fl. resp sys Ammonium chloride fume Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NH4OSO2NH2 7773-06-0 WO6125000 1500 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Ammate herbicide.D.A CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 12125-02-9 BP4550000 N. Symptoms. Monoammonium salt of sulfamic acid. fire) temperatures. cough. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. odorless solid.R. NH4Cl Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Ammonium chloride. skin. odorless. white particulate dispersed in air. BP: 320°F (Decomposes) 50 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N. dysp. throat. Sal ammoniac fume Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA ID188 ST 20 mg/m OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Finely divided. hot water [Note: Elevated temperatures cause a highly exothermic reaction with water. AMS.77 500 mg/m3: SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/100F/ VP: 0 mmHg (approx) ScbaF/SaF MLT: 268°F 1500 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 53.Gr: 1. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. IP: ? 250 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: N. potassium chlorate.e. ammonium nitrate.53 Provide: Eyewash VP(321°F): 1 mmHg MLT: 662°F (Sublimes) Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkalis & their carbonates.5 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Sublimes Not available. pulm sens Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. cough. lead & silver salts. skin.R. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys.] Exposure Routes. strong oxidizers.P: NA 100 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: N.Pp:AScba LEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids.R. Sulfamate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S348 (II-5) TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Colorless to white crystalline.Gr: 1.Pp/SaF:Pd. [herbicide] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 114.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA Change: Daily Sp. Ammonium muriate fume.

2 1000 ppm: CcrOv*/GmFOv/PaprOv*/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 301°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.P: 77°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOCH(CH3)C3H7 626-38-0 AJ2100000 1000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. Ing.2% Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.R. alkalis & acids Exposure Routes. skin.87 VP: 7 mmHg FRZ: -109°F UEL: 7.2 1000 ppm: CcrOv*/GmFOv/PaprOv*/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 249°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Slight Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd. IP: ? Sp. Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support possible CNS depres Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. resp sys. 2-Pentanol acetate. Amyl acetic ether. CNS 17 . sec-Amyl acetate Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 130. liver inj.P: 89°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. 2549 OSHA PEL: TWA 125 ppm (650 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild odor. narco. Primary amyl acetate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (525 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1450. IP: ? Sp.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. skin. derm.33 mg/m3 DOT: 1104 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Methylbutyl acetate.1% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates. Symptoms.Gr: 0. derm. nose. kidneys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Ing. possible kidney. skin. alkalis & acids Exposure Routes. narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. n-Amyl acetate A Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 130. Symptoms.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COO[CH2]4CH3 628-63-7 AJ9250000 1000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. liver. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.33 mg/m3 DOT: 1104 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Amyl acetic ester. Pentyl ester of acetic acid. strong oxidizers.5% LEL: 1. nose.R.Pp/SaF:Pd.88 VP: 4 mmHg FRZ: -95°F UEL: 7. 2-Pentyl ester of acetic acid Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 125 ppm (650 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1450. strong oxidizers.Gr: 0. possible CNS depres. 1-Pentanol acetate. 2549 OSHA PEL: TWA 100 ppm (525 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a persistent banana-like odor. resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd.5% LEL: 1% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates.

lass. Ing. Abs. ataxia. CNS [in animals: tumors of the Swallow: Medical attention immed thyroid gland.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 363°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: 4% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. cyan. RBC Heinz bodies. bladder & kidneys] o-Anisidine 18 . [Note: A solid below 21°F.Gr: 1. Aniline oil. alkalis Exposure Routes. 8317 See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (19 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA PV2079 Physical Description: Colorless to brown. [Note: A solid below 41°F.5 mg/m3 [skin] Physical Description: Red or yellow.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 123. tacar. oily liquid with an amine-like odor. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.6 mmHg FRZ: 21°F UEL: 11% LEL: 1. kidneys.5 mg/m [skin] See Appendix A OSHA PEL: TWA 0. liver. CVS. toluene diisocyanate.Pp/SaF:Pd. [carc] Breath: Resp support TO: Blood. [carc] TO: Blood. eyes. Ing. IP: 7. o-Methoxyaniline [Note: o-Anisidine has been used as a basis for many dyes. cyan.10 Provide: Eyewash VP: <0.3% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.1 ¥: ScbaF:Pd.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 93.02 VP: 0. CVS. kidneys.44 eV Change: Daily Sp. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Head.70 eV Provide: Quick drench Sp. Symptoms. resp sys [bladder cancer] Swallow: Medical attention immed Aniline (and homologs) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NH2C6H4OCH3 90-04-0 BZ5410000 Ca [50 mg/m3] Conversion: DOT: 2431 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: ortho-Aminoanisole. methemo. cirr. 2017. oily liquid with an aromatic amine-like odor.A Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5NH2 62-53-3 BW6650000 Ca [100 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.R. strong acids.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 2514 0.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 437°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Benzenamine. dizz. dysp on effort.1 mmHg FRZ: 41°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. Symptoms. 2-Anisidine. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.81 mg/m3 DOT: 1547 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: Aminobenzene. Abs.P: 158°F Change: N.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 1% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl.P(oc): 244°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: 7. liver. Phenylamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 2002. dizz. irrit Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support eyes.Gr: 1.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Head.

kidneys.o. insom. OSHA ID121. cough. nau.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Remove: When wet or contam Fl.Pp/SaF:Pd. [*Note: The REL and PEL also apply to other antimony compounds (as Sb).Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NH2C6H4OCH3 104-94-9 BZ5450000 50 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 2431 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: para-Aminoanisole.5 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Yellow to brown.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: ? 25 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie*/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: 7. diarr. CVS. Symptoms.5 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2514 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. CVS Antimony 19 . hard. Ing. 4-Anisidine.Gr: 6.44 eV 50 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. 2871 170 (powder). stomach cramps.] Exposure Routes. p-Methoxyaniline Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. ID206 or a dark-gray. 7303.2 5 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 475°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Moderate 12. n.).] P&CAM 261 (II-4) Physical Description: Silver-white. cyan.o. throat. Conversion: 3141 157 (inorganic liquid compounds. lustrous powder. Stibium Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: TWA 0.) Synonyms/Trade Names: Antimony metal. Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 121. brittle solid. Ing.006 mmHg Escape: 100F/ScbaE MLT: 135°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.s.s. Skin: Soap wash immed vomit. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL*: TWA 0. anor. Abs. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 123. RBC Heinz bodies Breath: Resp support TO: Blood. resp sys. halogenated acids [Note: Stibine is formed when antimony is exposed to nascent (freshly formed) hydrogen. unable to smell properly Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.8 5 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 2975°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 12. scale-like crystals.Pp:AScba VP: 0 mmHg (approx) Escape: 100F/ScbaE MLT: 1166°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid in bulk form. dizz. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed p-Anisidine A Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Sb 7440-36-0 CC4025000 50 mg/m3 (as Sb) DOT: 1549 157 (inorganic compounds.Pp* Provide: Quick drench Sp. n. dizz. skin. head.07 §: ScbaF:Pd.69 §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp:AScba VP(77°F): 0. acids. nose. crystalline solid with an amine-like odor. Antimony powder. Symptoms. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.5 mg/m NIOSH 7301.Pp Sp. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. mouth. ID125G. but a moderate explosion hazard in the form of dust when exposed to flame.Gr: 1. liver. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Head. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.Pp/SaF:Pd.P: NA 25 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: NA 50 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. skin. lustrous.

1018] TWA 0. C 0. liver damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Escape: GmFAg100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. bromine azide [Note: Hydrogen gas can react with inorganic arsenic to form the highly toxic gas arsine. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 74.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 7300.R.A ANTU Conversion: Formula: C10H7NHC(NH2)S DOT: 1651 153 CAS#: 86-88-4 RTECS#: YT9275000 IDLH: 100 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: α-Naphthyl thiocarbamide.010 mg/m3 Physical Description: Metal: Silver-gray or tin-white. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. dysp. coarse pulm Breath: Resp support rales. lungs.Pp/SaF:Pd. BP: Decomposes Wash skin: N.3 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S276 (II-5) OSHA PEL: TWA 0. hyperpig of skin. Abs. lymphatic sys [lung & lymphatic cancer] Swallow: Medical attention immed 20 .Pp/SaF:Pd. Fl. [carc] TO: Liver.R. MW: 202. brittle. peri neur. [rodenticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N. Con. silver nitrate First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.3 3 mg/m3: CcrOv95/Sa Eyes: N.9 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Sublimes ¥: ScbaF:Pd.Pp VP: Low §: ScbaF:Pd. 1-Naphthyl thiourea.Gr: 5. α-Naphthyl thiourea Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. GI disturbances. liver Arsenic (inorganic compounds. derm.002 mg/m [15-minute] 9102. [Note: OSHA considers “Inorganic Arsenic” to mean copper acetoarsenite & all inorganic compounds containing arsenic except ARSINE. kidneys.06% 7. blood. odorless powder. skin.73 (metal) Provide: Eyewash VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1135°F (Sublimes) Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Metal: Noncombustible Solid in bulk form. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support resp irrit. 7303.3 mg/m Physical Description: White crystalline or gray. Symptoms. Ing Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: After ingestion of large doses: vomit.R. cyan.P: NA 15 mg/m3: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Change: Daily IP: ? PaprTOvHie/SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Sp. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.R. odorless solid. 7900 See Appendix A OSHA ID105 OSHA PEL: [1910.] Exposure Routes.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily Sp. but a slight explosion hazard in the form of dust when exposed to flame. Ing Eye: Irr immed SY: Ulceration of nasal septum.Pp:AScba MLT: 388°F Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.Gr: ? 100 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. 1562 152 (dust) Synonyms/Trade Names: Arsenic metal: Arsenia Other synonyms vary depending upon the specific As compound. 7301.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprOvHie Remove: N. Symptoms. as As) Formula: CAS#: As (metal) 7440-38-2 (metal) RTECS#: IDLH: CG0525000 (metal) Ca [5 mg/m3 (as As)] Conversion: DOT: 1558 152 (metal). Sol: 0.

Breath: Resp support bronze skin. mal. resp sys.1% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. liquid: frostbite. repro sys First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: AsH3 7784-42-1 CG6475000 Ca [3 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.05 ppm (0. [carc] TO: Blood. RGasD: 2. convuls.9 atm FRZ: -179°F UEL: 78% LEL: 5. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh. Con (liquid) Skin: Frostbite SY: Head.Pp/SaF:Pd. musc tremor.5 mg/m NIOSH 5022 Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific organic arsenic compound.R. arsenic compound. Con SY: In animals: irrit skin.0 NIOSH Skin: Frostbite BP: -81°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd.R. Arseniuretted hydrogen. A Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific organic arsenic compound. nitric acid [Note: Decomposes above 446°F.2 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a mild.Pp:AScba Eyes: Frostbite Sol: 20% Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Wash skin: N. possible derm. CNS. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes. kidneys. kidneys. Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: none (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. Ing. nau. possible GI tract.19 mg/m DOT: 2188 119 Synonyms/Trade Names: Arsenic hydride. dysp. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: Not available.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 78. lass.Arsenic (organic compounds. dizz.69 Provide: Frostbite wash VP(70°F): 14. Symptoms.] Exposure Routes. Fl. kidney damage. abdom. resp distress. Arsenic trihydride. Arsenous hydride. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh.002 mg/m [15-minute] OSHA ID105 See Appendix A OSHA PEL: TWA 0. diarr. Symptoms. back pain. Hydrogen arsenide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6001 C 0.89 eV Change: N. GI tract. as As) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: N. There is a high potential for the generation of arsine gas when inorganic arsenic is exposed to nascent (freshly formed) hydrogen. vomit. liver. possible liver damage TO: Skin. chlorine. liver [lung & lymphatic cancer] Arsine 3 21 . repro effects. Recommendations regarding personal Properties vary depending protective clothing vary depending upon upon the specific organic the specific compound. jaun. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. peri neur.P: NA (Gas) Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 9. hema. garlic-like odor.D.

Crocidolite (Riebeckite). Con Breath: Resp support SY: Irrit eyes. Ing. ID191 See Appendix C OSHA PEL: [1910. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.R. Roofing asphalt Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 5042 C 5 mg/m3 [15-minute] See Appendix A OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Fumes generated during the production or application of asphalt (a dark-brown to black cement-like substance manufactured by the vacuum distillation of crude petroleum oil). Anthophyllite. Petroleum bitumen.D. Bitumen (European term).Pp/SaF:Pd.P: NA Remove: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd. brown). Symptoms. Chrysotile. irrit eyes.] Conversion: DOT: 2212 171 (blue. 7402 See Appendix A OSHA ID160.R. finger clubbing.A Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Hydrated mineral silicates 1332-21-4 CI6475000 Ca [N. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Properties vary depending upon Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. or gray-green (amosite) fibrous. blue (crocidolite). restricted pulm function.] Exposure Routes. Anthophyllite asbestos. 2590 171 (white) Synonyms/Trade Names: Actinolite. Remove: N. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Asbestosis (chronic exposure): dysp. Tremolite asbestos Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 7400.Pp:AScba the specific asphalt formulation or Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: Daily mixture. Road asphalt. [carc] TO: Resp sys.D. eyes [lung cancer] Asbestos CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: 8052-42-4 CI9900000 Ca [N.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: Daily Fl. Actinolite asbestos. Tremolite. Petroleum asphalt. IP: NA Change: Daily See Appendix E (page 351) Sp. [carc] TO: Eyes. Change: Daily Asphalt: Combustible Solid Asphalt fumes Formula: Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported [Note: Asphalt becomes molten at about 200°F. resp sys [in animals: skin tumors] 22 .Gr: ? VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1112°F (Decomposes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solids Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.] Conversion: DOT: 1999 130 (asphalt) Synonyms/Trade Names: Asphalt: Asphaltum. Abs.1001] [1926. resp sys. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: Varies NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes ¥: ScbaF:Pd. odorless solids. Amosite (cummingtonite-grunerite). Symptoms. interstitial fib.1101] See Appendix C Physical Description: White or greenish (chrysotile).

Guthion®. acids Exposure Routes. Ing.Pp:AScba Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 23 . liver Atrazine A CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 10 mg/m3 C10H12O3PS2N3 [(CH3O)2P(S)SCH2(N3C7H4O)] 86-50-0 TE1925000 Conversion: DOT: 2783 152 (organophosphorus pesticide. diarr. blurred vision.Gr: 1. convuls. Methyl azinphos Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. inco.D. [insecticide] Azinphos-methyl Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Table 2): Properties: Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 317.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C8H14ClN5 1912-24-9 XY5600000 N.3. Ing. para. sweat. blood chol Respirator Recommendations (see Tables 3 and 4): NIOSH/OSHA 2 mg/m3: CcrOv95/Sa 5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprOvHie 10 mg/m3: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ PaprTOvHie/SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. crystalline powder. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. lass. CVS. CNS.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA Change: Daily Sp. resp sys. 8315 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless or white.003% Remove: When wet or contam Fl.3-benzotriazin-3(4H)-ylmethyl phosphorodithioate.44 VP: 8 x 10-9 mmHg MLT: 163°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. anor. head. chest tight. waxy solid. Breath: Resp support hypothermia. card irreg TO: Resp sys. skin. Symptoms. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids. but may be mixed with flammable liquids. derm. skin.O-Dimethyl-S-4-oxo-1. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. lar spasm. lac. Symptoms. rhin. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. ache eyes. solid. Con SY: Miosis.3 Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. Conversion: DOT: 2763 151 (triazine pesticide) Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Chloro-4-ethylamino-6-isopropylamino-s-triazine.4-diamine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 NIOSH 5602. liver inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. salv.0000003 mmHg MLT: 340°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid. vomit.5-triazine-2. cyan.P: NA Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Quick drench Sp. salv.Pp/SaF:Pd. low BP. 6-Chloro-N-ethyl-N'-(1-methylethyl)-1.7 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes Not available.003% Wash skin: When contam Fl.2 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. toxic) Synonyms/Trade Names: O. wheez.19 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. odorless. nau. Abs. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. [herbicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 215. sens skin. dysp. CNS. twitch. strong bases Exposure Routes.Gr: 1.2.2 mg/m [skin] OSHA PV2087 Physical Description: Colorless crystals or a brown.

5 mg/m NIOSH 7056. Breath: Resp support musc spasm. hypokalemia Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. upper resp sys. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 208. Ing. skin. gastroenteritis. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. gastroenteritis. 7303 [*Note: The REL and PEL also apply to other soluble barium compounds (as Ba) OSHA ID121 except Barium sulfate. skin.] Physical Description: White. resp sys.2 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 2840°F 5 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 38% Wash skin: When contam Fl. odorless solid.o.] Physical Description: White.P: NA 12. (barium dioxide + zinc) [Note: Contact with combustible material may cause fire.5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL*: TWA 0.5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL*: TWA 0. skin burns. aluminum-magnesium alloys.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 25 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Change: Daily Sp. heart.) IDLH: 50 mg/m3 (as Ba) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Ba(NO3)2 10022-31-8 CQ9625000 50 mg/m3 (as Ba) Conversion: DOT: 1446 141 Synonyms/Trade Names: Barium dinitrate.P: NA 12. Symptoms.Gr: 3. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp:AScba UEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid. Ing.Pp MLT: 1094°F §: ScbaF:Pd. oxidizers Exposure Routes.s. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. upper resp sys. Barium salt of nitric acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: TWA 0.] Exposure Routes.B Barium chloride (as Ba) Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: Barium dichloride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: TWA 0. slow pulse.5 mg/m NIOSH 7056 OSHA ID121 [*Note: The REL and PEL also apply to other soluble barium compounds (as Ba) except Barium sulfate.Pp MLT: 1765°F §: ScbaF:Pd. slow pulse.Gr: 3. oxidizers. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 261. extrasystoles.Pp/SaF:Pd. hypokalemia Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.4 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes 5 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 9% Wash skin: When contam Fl. odorless solid.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 25 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Change: Daily Sp. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin burns.86 ScbaF/SaF VP: Low 50 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. heart. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. CNS Barium nitrate (as Ba) 24 . resp sys. Symptoms. n.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin. Barium(II) nitrate (1:2).Pp:AScba UEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. CNS Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: BaCl2 10361-37-2 CQ8750000 DOT: 1564 154 (barium compound.24 ScbaF/SaF VP: Low 50 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. extrasystoles. but will accelerate the burning of combustible materials. Breath: Resp support musc spasm. skin.

aluminum [Note: Aluminum in the presence of heat can cause an explosion.D. [fungicide] [Note: Decomposes without melting above 572°F.s. Conversion: DOT: 2757 151 (carbamate pesticide.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 290.R.D. benign pneumoconiosis Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support (baritosis) Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Breath: Resp support terato effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. solid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Methyl 1-(butylcarbamoyl)-2-benzimidazolecarbamate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: See Appendix D 3 NIOSH 0500. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. repro sys Benomyl 25 . Sp. skin. IP: NA Change: N. Barite. Symptoms.0002% Wash skin: Daily Fl.5 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 2876°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Phosphorus. acrid odor. Barytes (natural) Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500.o. skin.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA Change: Daily Sp. odorless powder. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(64°F): 0. strong alkalis Exposure Routes.4 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 2912°F (Decomposes) Not available.Gr: ? Provide: Eyewash VP: <0.) Synonyms/Trade Names: Artificial barite. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. 0600 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 OSHA PV2107 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: White crystalline solid with a faint. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. Ing. strong acids. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.R. possible repro. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: White or yellowish. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.4 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes Not available. resp sys Barium sulfate B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C14H18N4O3 17804-35-2 DD6475000 N. n. upper resp sys. skin sens.00001 mmHg MLT: >572°F (Decomposes) Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Heat. nose.25-4. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 233.] Exposure Routes. Barium salt of sulfuric acid. Conversion: DOT: 1564 154 (barium compound.P: NA Remove: N.0004% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Symptoms. resp sys. upper resp sys.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: BaSO4 7727-43-7 CR0600000 N.Gr: 4.

R. spleen Benzenethiol 26 . dizz.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 78. skin.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 110.19 mg/m3 DOT: 1114 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: Benzol.5 mg/m3) [15-minute] OSHA PV2075 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Water-white liquid with an offensive.33 eV Change: N. bone marrow depres. skin.R. Ing.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash VP(65°F): 1 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: 5°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids & bases. lass.1 ppm (0. 3700. Thiophenol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 0. skin. wheez. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support pneu. resp sys.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. head. resp sys. nose. dysp.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. cough.8% LEL: 1. nitric acid Exposure Routes. kidney. 1501. garlic-like odor.1028] NIOSH 1500. Con SY: Irrit eyes.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Fl.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 336°F 1 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 0.24 eV See Appendix E (page 351) Change: N. Abs. liver.2% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.Pp/SaF:Pd. 1005 ST 1 ppm ST 5 ppm See Appendix A See Appendix F Physical Description: Colorless to light-yellow liquid with an aromatic odor. kidneys. 3800 TWA 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.D. Sp. Phenyl hydride Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca OSHA PEL: [1910. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. skin. staggered Breath: Resp support gait. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.P: 132°F 5 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet or contam IP: 8.B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H6 71-43-2 CY1400000 Ca [500 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. Abs.88 Provide: Eyewash VP: 75 mmHg FRZ: 42°F Quick drench UEL: 7. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. anor.1 ppm TWA 1 ppm OSHA 12. Sp.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.08% 2. Ing. nau. vomit. [Note: A solid below 5°F. alkali metals [Note: Oxidizes on exposure to air.51 mg/m3 DOT: 2337 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Mercaptobenzene. resp sys. spleen damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. many fluorides & perchlorates.07% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl. CNS depres. calcium hypochlorite. C6H5SH Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 176°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. derm. head. CNS.P: 12°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 9. liver. nau.Gr: 0. dizz. Symptoms. pulm edema. cyan. resp sys. bone marrow [leukemia] Benzene CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 108-98-5 DC0525000 N. Phenyl mercaptan. derm. CNS.Gr: 1. blood. [Note: A solid below 42°F.08 ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.

] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 184.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Hema. liver. 1.Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Combustible substances (wood.Gr: 1. acute Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support liver disorders.] Conversion: DOT: 1885 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: Benzidine-based dyes. p-Diaminodiphenyl [Note: Benzidine has been used as a basis for many dyes. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Benzoyl peroxide 27 . Dibenzoyl peroxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5009 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 mg/m Physical Description: Colorless to white crystals or a granular powder with a faint. sens derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Ing.Pp:AScba MLT: 217°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid (easily ignited and burns very rapidly).Pp VP: <1 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd.3 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 752°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. benzaldehyde-like odor.04% Wash skin: When contam/Daily Escape: 100F/ScbaE Fl. blood [liver.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(54°F): 0. skin. Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 242. Symptoms.4'-Biphenyldiamine. 4. Abs. amines. etc. [Note: Darkens on exposure to air and light. 4.). heat & friction.4'-Diaminobiphenyl. irreg urination.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily Sp. Ing.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NH2C6H4C6H4NH2 92-87-5 DC9625000 Ca [N.2 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes explosively 50 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: <1% Wash skin: When contam Fl.4'-diamine. acids. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.1'-Biphenyl-4. 4. skin. Extremely explosion-sensitive to shock. ethers [Note: Containers may explode when heated.4'-Bianiline. alcohols.] Exposure Routes. but difficult to burn. acute cystitis. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Red fuming nitric acid Exposure Routes. secondary anemia from hemolysis.D. painful. kidney & bladder cancer] Swallow: Medical attention immed Benzidine B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (C6H5CO)2O2 94-36-0 DM8575000 1500 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Benzoperoxide. paper. Symptoms. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.P: 176°F 125 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 250 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie*/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily Sp.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca OSHA PEL: [1910. reddish-gray.1010] (see Table 1): NIOSH 5509 See Appendix A See Appendix B OSHA 65 See Appendix C See Appendix C Physical Description: Grayish-yellow. [carc] TO: Bladder.25 Provide: Eyewash VP: Low MLT: 239°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid.33 1500 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. or white crystalline powder. alkalis. kidneys. derm. muc memb. skin.Gr: 1.

005 mg/m3 0. brittle. skin. cyan. chlorinated hydrocarbons. lass. Symptoms. Symptoms. aromatic odor. Not to exceed 0. iron.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: Daily Fl. 9102 See Appendix A 3 OSHA ID125G. Ing. oxidizers. Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 7102. pulm edema Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. skin.R. Sp. chest pain. clubbing of fingers. skin.B Benzyl chloride Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.Pp/SaF:Pd.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.6 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 354°F 10 ppm: CcrOvAg*/GmFOvAg/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.18 mg/m3 Formula: C6H5CH2Cl DOT: 1738 156 CAS#: 100-44-7 RTECS#: XS8925000 IDLH: 10 ppm Synonyms/Trade Names: Chloromethylbenzene. 1567 134 (powder) Synonyms/Trade Names: Beryllium metal: Beryllium Other synonyms vary depending upon the specific beryllium compound.P: 153°F PaprOvAg*/Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA Change: Daily Sp. Con SY: Irrit eyes. ID206 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. resp sys. skin eruption. irrity. copper.10 Provide: Eyewash VP: 1 mmHg FRZ: -38°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: 1.Gr: 1. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Berylliosis (chronic exposure): anor. irrit eyes. caustics.1% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. resp sys [lung cancer] 28 . Hydrolyzes in H2O to benzyl alcohol.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Escape: GmFOvAg/ScbaE Change: N. tin [Note: Can polymerize when in contact with all common metals except nickel & lead.002 mg/m C 0. head.Pp/SaF:Pd.0 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 4532°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. lass. zinc.85 (metal) Provide: Eyewash VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 2349°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Metal: Noncombustible Solid in bulk form.Gr: 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. nose. aluminum. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Beryllium & beryllium compounds (as Be) Formula: Be (metal) CAS#: 7440-41-7 (metal) RTECS#: DS1750000 (metal) IDLH: Ca [4 mg/m3 (as Be)] Conversion: DOT: 1566 154 (compounds).05% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. derm.025 mg/m3 [30-minute maximum peak] Physical Description: Metal: A hard. low-wgt. [carc] TO: Eyes. gray-white solid. molten lithium First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 9. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. 7301. acids. pulm insufficiency. α-Chlorotoluene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 1 ppm (5 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1003 OSHA PEL: TWA 1 ppm (5 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless to slightly yellow liquid with a pungent.0005 mg/m 7303. OSHA 7 Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 126. but a slight explosion hazard in the form of a powder or dust. 7300. cough. magnesium.

Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.R. Bismuth tritelluride.. resp sys B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Bi2Te3 1304-82-1 EB3110000 N. skin.Gr: ? Change: N. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Bismuth sesquitelluride.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none NIOSH 0500 Physical Description: Gray.] Chemical & Physical Properties: Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties are unavailable but Skin: Prevent skin contact should be similar to Bismuth Not available.D. [Note: Doping alters the conductivity of a semiconductor. Sp. moisture Exposure Routes. Wash skin: When contam Remove: When wet or contam Sp.R. Commercial mix may contain 80% Bi2Te3. undoped 29 . Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. bromine. Doped bismuth telluride. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Doped bismuth sesquitelluride. 20% stannous telluride.Bismuth telluride. upper resp sys. moisture. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl. undoped. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. skin. Provide: Eyewash Noncombustible Solid Quick drench Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Eyes: Prevent eye contact telluride. nitric acid (decomposes) Exposure Routes. plus some tellurium.8 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available.Gr: 7. Tellurobismuthite Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500. Doped tellurobismuthite [Note: Doped with selenium sulfide.D. Symptoms. skin. or fluorine). in animals: Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support pulm lesions (nonfibrotic) Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. crystalline solid that has been enhanced (doped) with a OSHA ID121 small amount of selenium sulfide (SeS). upper resp sys. garlic breath Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. crystalline solid. Symptoms. doped with Selenium sulfide (as Bi2Te3) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: N.7 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1063°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (e. chlorine. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. skin. garlic breath. Bismuth telluride. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Bismuth telluride.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA Change: N. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA ID121 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Gray. Doped bismuth tritelluride. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 800.g.

skin.P: NA Remove: N. upper resp sys. Sodium tetraborate decahydrate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 0500 OSHA PEL†: none OSHA ID125G Physical Description: White. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Borates. odorless.R. BP: 608°F Not available. Disodium salt of boric acid.D. strong acids. Sodium borate decahydrate. Sol: 6% Wash skin: Daily Fl. Sodium tetraborate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none NIOSH 0500 OSHA ID125G Physical Description: White to gray. Eyes: N. epis.R. BP: 2867°F (Decomposes) Not available. sodium salts (Anhydrous) Formula: Na2B4O7 CAS#: 1330-43-4 RTECS#: ED4588000 IDLH: N. Disodium tetrabromate. skin. tetra. metallic salts Exposure Routes. sodium salts (Decahydrate) Formula: Na2B4O7×10H2O CAS#: 1303-96-4 RTECS#: VZ2275000 IDLH: N.R. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. skin.R. Borax dehydrated. odorless powder. [herbicide] [Note: Becomes opaque on exposure to air. IP: NA Change: Daily Sp. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Zirconium.R.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 381. derm. Ing. epis. dysp Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.2 Skin: N.D. Eyes: N.73 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 167°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid (an inherent fire retardant). skin. Borax decahydrate. crystalline solid. Symptoms. tetra. Symptoms. derm. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.R. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Borax. Ing. Fused borax.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 201. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Anhydrous borax. Sol: 4% Wash skin: Daily Fl. cough.Gr: 2. cough. dysp Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes.] Exposure Routes.37 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1366°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Moisture [Note: Forms partial hydrate in moist air. [herbicide] [Note: Becomes anhydrous at 608°F.Gr: 1. IP: NA Change: Daily Sp.4 Skin: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed 30 . Sodium borate (anhydrous).B Borates. upper resp sys.P: NA Remove: N.

dysp Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. odorless crystals. Ing. [herbicide] [Note: Begins to lose water of hydration at 252°F.D. Boric oxide. skin eryt Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes.Pp VP: 0 mmHg (approx) §: ScbaF:Pd. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes. derm. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Boron oxide 31 . Boron trioxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m Physical Description: Colorless. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 69. skin. odorless crystals or free-flowing powder. Sol: 3% Wash skin: Daily Fl. IP: 13.R.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp:AScba MLT: 842°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water [Note: Reacts slowly with water to form boric acid. epis. skin.R.82 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 392°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported [Note: See the reactivities & incompatibilities reported for the related substance Borax decahydrate above. Symptoms. sodium salts (Pentahydrate) Formula: Na2B4O7×5H2O CAS#: 12179-04-3 RTECS#: VZ2540000 IDLH: N. upper resp sys.] Exposure Routes. skin.Gr: 2. Symptoms.R.46 2000 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. Eyes: N. BP: ? Not available.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 291. semitransparent lumps or hard. resp sys. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: B2O3 1303-86-2 ED7900000 2000 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Boric anhydride.P: NA Remove: N.6 50 mg/m3: Qm* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 3380°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 3% 100 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Gr: 1. skin. cough.Borates. tetra.R. Ing. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.P: NA 250 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* Change: N. white.4 Skin: N. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Borax pentahydrate.50 eV 500 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie*/ScbaF/SaF Sp. cough. IP: NA Change: Daily Sp. conj. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes.] Exposure Routes. Sodium tetraborate pentahydrate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 NIOSH 0500 OSHA PEL†: none OSHA ID125G Physical Description: Colorless or white. Sodium borate pentahydrate.

water. Conversion: 1 ppm = 10. suffocating odor. alcohols [Note: Attacks metals. skin burns. irritating odor.D. Trifluoroborane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 1 ppm (3 mg/m3) 3 OSHA PEL: C 1 ppm (3 mg/m ) None available Physical Description: Colorless gas with a pungent.R. sodium. nose. IP: 15. pulm edema Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Sol: 106% (in cold H2O) §: ScbaF:Pd.64 Provide: Eyewash VP(57°F): 40 mmHg FRZ: -51°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Moisture.25 mg/m3 DOT: 2692 157 Synonyms/Trade Names: Boron bromide.R. skin burns.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. skin. kidney damage TO: Eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. hydrogen fluoride & fluoboric acid.38 VP: >50 atm FRZ: -196°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkali metals. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Boron tribromide Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: BF3 7637-07-2 ED2275000 25 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Fl.R. resp sys. dysp.P: NA Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Change: N. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 250. BP: -148°F 25 ppm: Sa:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: N.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin. Reacts with water to form boric acid and hydrogen bromide.77 mg/m3 DOT: 1008 125 Synonyms/Trade Names: Boron fluoride. wood & rubber. [Note: Forms dense white fumes in moist air.5 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 194°F Not available. heat. Sp. MW: 67.50 eV RGasD: 2.B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: BBr3 10294-33-4 ED7400000 N. eye. potassium. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N.8 10 ppm: Sa* Eyes: N.] Exposure Routes.R. calcium oxide [Note: Hydrolyzes in moist air or hot water to form boric acid. Shipped as a nonliquefied compressed gas. Symptoms. resp sys.R. Ing. eye. Tribromoborane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 1 ppm (10 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless. resp sys.R. epis. Fl. skin.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: 9. kidneys Boron trifluoride 32 . Symptoms. Con SY: Irrit eyes. fuming liquid with a sharp.Gr(65°F): 2.70 eV Change: N. skin.Pp:AScba Remove: N. in animals: Breath: Resp support pneu.

5-Bromo-6-methyl-3-(1-methylpropyl)uracil Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (10 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 0500 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Odorless.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. fuming liquid with suffocating.). Ing.7 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6011 ST 0. Sp. Symptoms.Pp/SaF:Pd. measle-like eruptions. skin Formula: Br2 DOT: 1744 154 CAS#: 7726-95-6 RTECS#: EF9100000 IDLH: 3 ppm 33 . Breath: Resp support pneu. steel. ammonia. sparks. Symptoms. potassium. Conversion: 1 ppm = 10. but may be dissolved in flammable liquids. but accelerates the burning of combustibles. resp sys. stainless steel & copper. epis.Pp:AScba Change: N.Gr: 1. hydrogen.8 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 139°F 2. feeling of oppression. irritating fumes.3 ppm (2 mg/m ) 3 OSHA ID108 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. oxidizers. etc. wood. acetylene.1 ppm (0. Ing. colorless to white.Gr: 3.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C9H13BrN2O2 314-40-9 YQ9100000 N.54 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Molecular bromine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 261. abdom pain. head. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 0.7 mg/m ) Physical Description: Dark reddish-brown.08% Wash skin: When contam Fl. upper resp sys.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. phosphorus. Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 159.1 ppm (0. [herbicide] [Note: Commercially available as a wettable powder or in liquid formulations. eye. eyes. thyroid Swallow: Medical attention immed Bromacil B Bromine Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. lac.R.55 Provide: Eyewash VP(212°F): 0. diarr. sodium [Note: Corrodes iron.68 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 5-Bromo-3-sec-butyl-6-methyluracil. skin. open flames Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. CNS. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Combustible organics (sawdust. cotton. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids (decomposes slowly).55 eV ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. crystalline solid. straw. cough. heat. skin burns Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Resp sys.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: 10. aluminum. readily oxidizable materials. skin. pulm edema. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Dizz.5 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprS¿£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 4% 3 ppm: CcrFS¿/GmFS¿/PaprTS¿£/ Wash skin: When contam Fl.0008 mmHg MLT: 317°F (Sublimes) Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid.12 Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash VP: 172 mmHg FRZ: 19°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid. in animals: thyroid inj Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.D.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Sublimes Not available.

corn nec. Sp.89 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 5 mmHg FRZ: 47°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Lithium. CNS.Pp:AScba Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd. halogens. cough. kidney inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. magnesium. Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CHBr3 75-25-2 PB5600000 850 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 10. resp sys. acetone [Note: Gradually decomposes.R. dysp. liver.R. liver. strong caustics.8 12. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. calcium. zinc.Gr: 2.9 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 105°F Not available. water [Note: Reacts with all elements except inert gases.Gr: 2.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. Shipped as a compressed gas. Tribromomethane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. resp sys.5 ppm (5 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless to yellow liquid with a chloroform-like odor. kidneys Formula: BrF5 DOT: 1745 144 CAS#: 7789-30-2 RTECS#: EF9350000 IDLH: N. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support pulm edema. arsenic.] Exposure Routes.5 ppm (5 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1003 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. skin burns. skin. 850 ppm: SaF:Pd. skin. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Reacts violently Wash skin: When contam Fl. Abs. sulfur. Ing.48 Provide: Eyewash VP: 328 mmHg FRZ: -77°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid.Pp IP: 10. aluminum. kidney damage Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.D.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 174. CNS depres. nitrogen & oxygen.48 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. [Note: A colorless gas above 105°F. sodium. [Note: A solid below 47°F. but a very powerful oxidizer. Symptoms. fuming liquid with a pungent odor.1% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. kidneys Swallow: Medical attention immed Bromoform 34 . skin.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 252. Symptoms. potassium. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. Con SY: Irrit eyes.34 mg/m3 DOT: 2515 159 Synonyms/Trade Names: Methyl tribromide. liver. skin.15 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Bromine fluoride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.] Exposure Routes. selenium.5 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 301°F 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv£/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. resp sys.B Bromine pentafluoride Conversion: 1 ppm = 7. resp sys. acquiring yellow color.7 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless to pale-yellow.P: NA ScbaF/SaF Change: N. Ing. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. organic materials. glass.1 ppm (0. liver. air & light accelerate decomposition.

nitrates and LEL: 1.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 54. asphy.88 Sp.g. narco.07 eV Provide: Frostbite wash RGasD: 1. nose.] Exposure Routes. A liquid below 31°F. fluorine.1051] TWA 1 ppm ST 5 ppm Physical Description: Colorless gas with a mild aromatic or gasoline-like odor. Con (liquid) Skin: Frostbite SY: Irrit eyes. Symptoms.65 (Liquid at 24°F) VP: 2. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. crotonaldehyde [Note: May contain inhibitors (e. Butadiene. copper.Pp:AScba Eyes: Frostbite Sol: Insoluble Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Wash skin: N.3-Butadiene B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH2CH2CH3 106-97-8 EJ4200000 N. repro sys [hemato cancer] 1. Symptoms. Sol: Slight Eyes: Frostbite Fl. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.. tributylcatechol) to prevent self-polymerization. resp sys. [Note: A liquid below 24°F. IP: 10.g. drow. Diethyl.R. Butyl hydride.R.38 mg/m DOT: 1011 115.4% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (e. Methylethylmethane [Note: Also see specific listing for Isobutane. Vinylethylene Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 1024 See Appendix A OSHA 56 OSHA PEL: [1910. CNS.D. throat.6 (Liquid at 31°F) Provide: Frostbite wash VP: 2.R.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2=CHCH=CH2 106-99-0 EI9275000 Ca [2000 ppm] [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.Gr: 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh.21 mg/m3 DOT: 1010 116P (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: Biethylene. liquid: frostbite. IP: 9. Divinyl.05 atm FRZ: -217°F UEL: 8. May form explosive peroxides upon exposure to air. Sp. Bivinyl. terato. dizz.63 eV Remove: When wet (flamm) RGasD: 2. 1075 115 Synonyms/Trade Names: normal-Butane.1 (see Table 2): BP: 31°F Skin: Frostbite Not available.Pp/SaF:Pd.Gr: 0.1 NIOSH Skin: Frostbite BP: 24°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd.0% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Phenol. Fl. Erythrene. Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. liquid: frostbite TO: CNS First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support 35 .P: NA (Gas) Remove: When wet (flamm) -105°F (Liquid) See Appendix E (page 351) Change: N.4 atm FRZ: -164°F UEL: 12. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. (nickel carbonyl + oxygen) Flammable Gas n-Butane 3 Exposure Routes.0% LEL: 2.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 800 ppm (1900 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA 56 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless gas with a gasoline-like or natural gas odor.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 58.11 Change: N.R. Breath: Resp support repro effects.6% perchlorates). Con (liquid) SY: Drow.P: NA (Gas) Wash skin: N. [carc] TO: Eyes. chlorine dioxide. chlorine..

83 mg/m DOT: 2369 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: Butyl Cellosolve®.95 mg/m3 DOT: 1193 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethyl methyl ketone. 2555. Dowanol® EB. resp sys. CNS. lymphoid sys 2-Butoxyethanol 3 36 .Pp/SaF:Pd. Con Skin: Water wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys. liver. IP: 10. Butyl oxitol. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.1% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COCH2CH3 78-93-3 EL6475000 3000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. caustics.7% LEL(200°F): 1. Jeffersol EB Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (24 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): NIOSH 1403 OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 ppm (240 mg/m3) [skin] OSHA 83 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild. kidneys. Ektasolve EB®.R.Gr: 0.or acetone-like odor. IP: 9.54 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp. Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether. mint.1 3000 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 175°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 28% GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. hemolysis. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 72. skin. fragrant. Symptoms.Gr: 0. blood. head. isocyanates.P: 143°F Change: N. inorganic acids. EGBE. Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support head. skin. MEK.00 eV ScbaF/SaF 700 ppm: SaF:Pd. throat.Pp/SaF:Pd. CNS depres. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. 1004 OSHA PEL†: TWA 200 ppm (590 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a moderately sharp. 84. nose.Pp Provide: Quick drench Sp.2 50 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 339°F 125 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv* Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible 250 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl. skin. Ing. dizz. vomit.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. derm Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes.90 §: ScbaF:Pd.81 VP: 78 mmHg FRZ: -123°F UEL(200°F): 11. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed 2-Butanone CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 111-76-2 KJ8575000 700 ppm C4H9OCH2CH2OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. nose. amines. Abs. Methyl acetone. strong caustics Exposure Routes. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. Ing.Pp:AScba VP: 0. Methyl ethyl ketone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (590 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2500. Symptoms.P: 16°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. ether-like odor.4% LEL(200°F): 1. hemato sys. ammonia. skin.R. hema. 3800 ST 300 ppm (885 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 16.8 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -107°F UEL(275°F): 12.4% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. pyridines Exposure Routes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 118.

Pp Sp.94 §: ScbaF:Pd. skin.55 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Butoxyethyl acetate. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 160. strong oxidizers. Ing. resp sys. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.00 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sp. Butyl ethanoate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 150 ppm (710 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1450 ST 200 ppm (950 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 150 ppm (710 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a fruity odor.2 1500 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 258°F 1700 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv*/CcrFOv/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: 1% Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. vomit Skin: Soap wash prompt TO: Eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd.Gr: 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. alkalis & acids Exposure Routes. Symptoms. sweet.R. narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. head. resp sys. CNS depres.P: 72°F GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. upper resp sys.D.7% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates.88 VP: 10 mmHg FRZ: -107°F UEL: 7. skin.2 50 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 378°F 125 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv* Wash skin: When contam Sol: 1. IP: ? ScbaF/SaF 700 ppm: SaF:Pd.3 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -82°F UEL(275°F): 8. Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether acetate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (33 mg/m3) OSHA 83 OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pleasant. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 116. skin. IP: 10. hema. EGBEA. skin. liver. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. Ing.Gr: 0.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C4H9O(CH2)2OCOCH3 112-07-2 KJ8925000 N. lymphoid Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed sys 2-Butoxyethanol acetate B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COO[CH2]3CH3 123-86-4 AF7350000 1700 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.88% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Exposure Routes. Butyl glycol acetate. CNS. drow.Pp/SaF:Pd.6% LEL: 1. Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. Ektasolve EB® acetate. Symptoms. kidneys. n-Butyl ester of acetic acid. Abs. Butyl Cellosolve® acetate. hemato sys. hemolysis.5% 250 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.Pp:AScba Change: N. blood.R.Pp:AScba VP: 0.75 mg/m3 DOT: 1123 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Butyl acetate. nose. head. throat. fruity odor.54% LEL(200°F): 0.P: 160°F Change: N. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed n-Butyl acetate 37 .

strong oxidizers. alkalis & acids Exposure Routes. drow. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed tert-Butyl acetate 38 . Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: ? Sp. Con SY: Itch. dryness upper resp sys.91 eV Sp. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 9. head. narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Symptoms. skin. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes. irrit upper resp tract. alkalis & acids Exposure Routes.8% GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) §: ScbaF:Pd.B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOCH(CH3)CH2CH3 105-46-4 AF7380000 1700 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.Gr: 0.R.2 1700 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 234°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. Ing.75 mg/m3 DOT: 1123 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: tert-Butyl ester of acetic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (950 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 200 ppm (950 mg/m ) NIOSH 1450 OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a fruity odor. eyes.Pp:AScba Fl. Ing. Symptoms. strong oxidizers. fruity odor. resp sys. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 116.2 1500 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 208°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) §: ScbaF:Pd. narco. head.5% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates. 1-Methylpropyl acetate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (950 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1450 OSHA PEL: TWA 200 ppm (950 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pleasant. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOC(CH3)3 540-88-5 AF7400000 1500 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. inflamm eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. derm Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support TO: Resp sys. sec-Butyl acetate Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 116.86 VP: 10 mmHg FRZ: -100°F UEL: 9.P: 62°F Change: N.P: 72°F Change: N.8% LEL: 1.Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.75 mg/m3 DOT: 1123 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: sec-Butyl ester of acetic acid.R.87 VP: ? FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: 1.Pp:AScba Fl.Gr: 0.7% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates. skin. skin.Pp/SaF:Pd.

hydrogen compounds. photo. hearing Swallow: Medical attention immed loss. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.1 1250 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 243°F 1400 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv£/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: 9% Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 74. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.D.Gr: 0.R. amines.1% Wash skin: When contam Fl. resp sys. CNS n-Butyl alcohol 39 . derm.R.P: 84°F ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. IP: 10. heat.Pp:AScba Change: N.P: 103°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. characteristic. skin. oxidizers.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 128.03 mg/m3 DOT: 1120 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Butanol.81 VP: 6 mmHg FRZ: -129°F UEL: 11. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. Con SY: Irrit eyes.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2=CHCOOC4H9 141-32-2 UD3150000 N.5% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids & alkalis.04 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sp.4% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 293°F Not available. n-Butanol.9% LEL: 1. Butyl-2-propenoate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (55 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PV2011 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Clear. Ing. Butyl alcohol. Symptoms. Abs. Abs. Ing. throat. Butyl ester of acrylic acid. halogens. mildly alcoholic odor. lac. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Butyl acrylate B CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: EO1400000 1400 ppm [10%LEL] CH3CH2CH2CH2OH 71-36-3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. [Note: Highly reactive. fruity odor. skin. alkali metals. dysp Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. drow. Symptoms. CNS depres TO: Eyes.] Exposure Routes. strong mineral acids.89 Provide: Eyewash VP: 4 mmHg FRZ: -83°F Quick drench UEL: 9. dizz. n-Propyl carbinol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 50 ppm (150 mg/m3) [skin] 3 NIOSH 1401. flame. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. 1-Hydroxybutane. Sp. Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. upper resp sys.Gr: 0. sens derm. corn inflamm. head. nose. blurred Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support vision. skin. 1405 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (300 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a strong. sunlight [Note: Polymerizes readily on heating. halogens First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.24 mg/m3 DOT: 2348 130P Synonyms/Trade Names: n-Butyl acrylate.Pp/SaF:Pd.2% LEL: 1. may contain an inhibitor to prevent spontaneous polymerization. possible auditory nerve damage. colorless liquid with a strong.

Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes. narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. perchloric & permonosulfuric acids Exposure Routes.Pp:AScba Change: N.7% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Ing.P: 75°F GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. pleasant odor.1 1000 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 211°F 2000 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv*/CcrFOv/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: 16% Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. resp sys. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.79 (Solid) VP(77°F): 42 mmHg FRZ: 78°F UEL: 8. skin. narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.R. skin.81 VP: 12 mmHg FRZ: -175°F UEL(212°F): 9. Butylene hydrate. Symptoms.0% LEL: 2. throat. 1405 ST 150 ppm (455 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 150 ppm (450 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a strong. IP: 9.4% Combustible Solid Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong mineral acids.P: 52°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.70 eV Sp. Trimethyl carbinol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (300 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1400 ST 150 ppm (450 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (300 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless solid or liquid (above 77°F) with a camphor-like odor. Ing. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed sec-Butyl alcohol CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 75-65-0 EO1925000 1600 ppm (CH3)3COH Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH(OH)CH2CH3 78-92-2 EO1750000 2000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.Pp/SaF:Pd. oxidizers Exposure Routes. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed tert-Butyl alcohol 40 . organic peroxides.1 1600 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 180°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 0. skin.8% LEL(212°F): 1.10 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sp. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes. drow. throat.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.03 mg/m3 DOT: 1120 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Butanol.Gr: 0.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 74. nose. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 74. [Note: Often used in aqueous solutions. Methyl ethyl carbinol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (305 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1401. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. nose. IP: 10.Pp/SaF:Pd.R. 2-Hydroxybutane. resp sys. strong hydrochloric acid. skin.03 mg/m3 DOT: 1120 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Methyl-2-propanol.

resp sys. throat. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed n-Butylamine B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: [(CH3)3CO]2CrO2 1189-85-1 GB2900000 Ca [15 mg/m3 {as Cr(VI)}] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: di-tert-Butyl ester of chromic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7604 TWA 0. Abs.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 230.Pp:AScba FRZ: -58°F Quick drench Escape: GmFS/ScbaE UEL: 9. skin. Ing.74 ScbaF/SaF 300 ppm: SaF:Pd. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. ID215 See Appendix A See Appendix C 3 OSHA PEL: C 0. burns Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support skin ulcers. Symptoms. CNS [lung cancer] tert-Butyl chromate 41 .R.Gr: 0.2 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 172°F 50 ppm: CcrS*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible 125 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprS* Wash skin: When contam Fl. Abs.Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.3 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin.P: 10°F 250 ppm: CcrFS/GmFS/PaprTS*/ Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 8. lung changes. strong acids [Note: May corrode some metals in presence of water.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: ? Remove: When wet or contam Fl. resp sys.7% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. skin.Gr: ? VP: ? Quick drench FRZ: 32-23°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Reducing agents. eye. musc weak. Butylamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 5 ppm (15 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2012 OSHA PEL: C 5 ppm (15 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a fishy. skin. Symptoms.71 eV Change: N. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 73. [Note: Solidifies at 32-23°F.8% LEL: 1.99 mg/m3 DOT: 1125 132 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Aminobutane. head. alcohols. drow.001 mg Cr(VI)/m OSHA ID103. ammonia-like odor. moisture.P: ? Change: N. skin burns.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH2CH2CH2NH2 109-73-9 EO2975000 300 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. acids.Pp Provide: Eyewash VP: 82 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd. Con SY: Irrit eyes. skin flush. Sp. combustible materials Exposure Routes.1 mg CrO3/m [skin] See Appendix C Physical Description: Liquid.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.] Exposure Routes. Ing. nose. hydrazine.

nose.91 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP(77°F): 3 mmHg FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.o.) Synonyms/Trade Names: Butyl ester of 2-hydroxypropanoic acid. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed n-Butyl lactate 42 .98 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Slight Wash skin: When contam Fl. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 146. Ing. heat.6 ppm (30 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1616 OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 ppm (270 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an irritating odor. IP: ? ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. n. possible hemato Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support effects.15% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids & bases. skin sens. skin. skin.4 mmHg FRZ: -45°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: 1. colorless to white liquid with a mild. vomit Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.2 56 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 327°F 140 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv* Wash skin: When contam Sol: 2% 250 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Con SY: Irrit eyes. strong caustics Exposure Routes. resp sys. sparks. 1. transient odor.33 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: BGE.R. strong oxidizers. CNS depres. skin. Symptoms. Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. skin. Butyl lactate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (25 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Clear. blood n-Butyl glycidyl ether Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH(OH)COOC4H9 138-22-7 OD4025000 N. Sp. Symptoms.Gr: 0. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 130. CNS.Gr: 0. Ing.98 mg/m3 DOT: 1993 128 (combustible liquid.B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C7H14O2 2426-08-6 TX4200000 250 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.D.P: 160°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. open flames First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.Pp:AScba Sp.P: 130°F Change: N. head.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 370°F Not available. narco. nau. drow. resp sys. throat. CNS depres Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. nose.2-Epoxy-3-butoxypropane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 5.Pp/SaF:Pd.R. Butyl ester of lactic acid.s.

mal. 2542 OSHA PEL†: TWA 10 ppm (35 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a strong. CNS. kidneys n-Butyl mercaptan B CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: SJ8920000 N.5 ppm (1. IP: 9.15 eV §: ScbaF:Pd.69 mg/m3 DOT: 2347 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: Butanethiol. Con Skin: Soap flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Gr: 0. CH3CH2CH(CH3)C6H4OH 89-72-5 Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. acids First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 90. Con SY: Irrit eyes.89 Provide: Eyewash VP: Low FRZ: 61°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIB Combustible Liquid Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. or skunk-like odor. liver. lass. skin. skin. conf.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: EK6300000 500 ppm CH3CH2CH2CH2SH 109-79-5 Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. Abs. skin.8 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2525. Symptoms. 2-(1-Methylpropyl)phenol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (30 mg/m3) [skin] OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid or solid (below 61°F). resp sys.Gr: 0.P: 225°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. garlic-. in Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support animals: narco. inco. sweat.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp* Change: N.2 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 209°F 12. head. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 150. Ing. nau. Sp. skin burns Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 227°F Not available.P: 35°F 500 ppm: Sa:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed o-sec-Butylphenol 43 . Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ing. liver. pulm irrit.14 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-sec-Butylphenol.83 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 35 mmHg FRZ: -176°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (such as dry bleaches).D. cabbage-.06% 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.R. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl. musc weak. resp sys. 1-Mercaptobutane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0. 1-Butanethiol. Symptoms. n-Butanethiol. skin. cyan.Pp:AScba Sp. vomit.

R. skin. metallic taste. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. kidney inj Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Symptoms. CNS. IP: 11. suffocating odor. head.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Ing. Breath: Resp support dysp.83 mg/m3 DOT: 2411 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Butanenitrile. skin.Pp Provide: Quick drench Sp. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 148.67 eV ScbaF/SaF 1000 ppm: SaF:Pd.86 VP(77°F): 0. throat. bone marrow.Gr: 0. somewhat like gasoline. head. [Note: Forms cyanide in the body. convuls. 1-Cyanopropane.R. IP: 8. CNS. abdom pain. resp sys. hemato depres. Abs.3 100 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 379°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 0.65% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers & reducing agents. dizz.Pp:AScba VP: 14 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -170°F UEL: ? LEL: 1.D.07 mg/m3 DOT: 2667 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: 4-tert-Butyltoluene. CVS n-Butyronitrile 44 . kidneys Swallow: Medical attention immed p-tert-Butyltoluene CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 109-74-0 ET8750000 N.81 §: ScbaF:Pd. n-Propyl cyanide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 8 ppm (22 mg/m3) NIOSH 1606 (adapt) OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a sharp. CH3CH2CH2CN Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. Propyl cyanide. nau. low BP. skin. conf. CNS. liver.Pp/SaF:Pd.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 69.B Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)3CC6H4CH3 98-51-1 XS8400000 100 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. strong acids & bases Exposure Routes. tacar.7 mmHg FRZ: -62°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Exposure Routes.P: 155°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. 1-Methyl-4-tert-butylbenzene Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (60 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1501 ST 20 ppm (120 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 10 ppm (60 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a distinct aromatic odor.Pp/SaF:Pd. abnor Skin: Water flush prompt CVS stress.P: 62°F Change: N. CVS. Ing. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. Butyronitrile. dry nose. Con SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys.28 eV Sp. Symptoms.1 80 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 244°F 200 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol(77°F): 3% 400 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. lass. liver.

[carc] TO: Resp sys. Symptoms.Pp/SaF:Pd. Cadmium dust (as Cd) C Exposure Routes. mild anemia. [carc] TO: Resp sys.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Cd (metal) 7440-43-9 (metal) EU9800000 (metal) Ca [9 mg/m3 (as Cd)] Conversion: DOT: 2570 154 (cadmium compound) Synonyms/Trade Names: Cadmium metal: Cadmium Other synonyms vary depending upon the specific cadmium compound. Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL*: Ca NIOSH 7048.65 (metal) Change: Daily VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 610°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Metal: Noncombustible Solid in bulk Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. vomit. 7301. kidneys. dysp. head. subs pain.] Physical Description: Odorless.4 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: Decomposes Skin: N. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 112. [Note: See listing for Cadmium dust for properties of Cd. diarr. anos. subs pain.Pp:AScba Sol: Insoluble Eyes: N.P: NA Wash skin: Daily IP: NA Remove: N. chills.] Physical Description: Metal: Silver-white. blue-tinged lustrous. ID206 OSHA PEL*: [1910. ID189. kidneys.15 (crystalline form) Change: Daily See Appendix E (page 351) 6.Gr: 8. 7300. elemental sulfur. yellow-brown. prostate. blood [prostatic & lung cancer] Cadmium fume (as Cd) 45 . finely divided particulate dispersed in air. selenium & tellurium form.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 128. Escape: 100F/ScbaE Fl. odorless solid.R.Pp:AScba Sol: Insoluble Eyes: N. Escape: 100F/ScbaE Fl.P: NA Wash skin: Daily IP: NA Remove: N. ID206 OSHA PEL*: [1910. 7301.95 (amorphous form) VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 2599°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Not applicable Noncombustible Solid Exposure Routes. diarr.4 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 1409°F Skin: N. ¥: ScbaF:Pd. 7303 See Appendix A 3 OSHA ID121. nau. See Appendix E (page 351) Sp. emphy. 7300. Ing SY: Pulm edema. ID189.R.R.Gr: 8.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. nau.005 mg/m [*Note: The REL and PEL apply to all Cadmium compounds (as Cd). anos. head. ID125G. chest tight. blood [prostatic & lung cancer] First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CdO/Cd 1306-19-0 (CdO) EV1930000 (CdO) Ca [9 mg/m3 (as Cd)] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: CdO: Cadmium monoxide. but will burn in powder form. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh Breath: Resp support SY: Pulm edema. prot.1027] TWA 0.R.R. Cadmium oxide fume Cd: Cadmium Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL*: Ca NIOSH 7048. chest tight. musc aches. ID125G. cough.005 mg/m [*Note: The REL and PEL apply to all Cadmium compounds (as Cd). chills. ¥: ScbaF:Pd.1027] TWA 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. mild anemia. Sp. prot. Symptoms. cough. dysp. vomit. 9102 See Appendix A 3 OSHA ID121. musc aches. emphy. 7303.

Gr: 2.Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh.002 mg/m [15-minute] OSHA ID105 See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL: [1910. marble. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 100.95 Change: N.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7900 C 0.R. Not available. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Sol: 0.62 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) Quick drench MLT: ? UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported [Note: Produces toxic fumes of arsenic when heated to decomposition. dolomite.1 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. aragonite. liver. resp sys. [carc]. in animals: liver damage TO: Eyes. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Lass. Ing.D. Tricalcium arsenate. VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1517-2442°F (Decomposes) UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids.1 (see Table 2): BP: Decomposes Skin: N.001% Eyes: N. magnesium Noncombustible Solid Calcium carbonate Exposure Routes. ammonium salts.R.P: NA Change: Daily IP: NA Provide: Eyewash Sp.010 mg/m Physical Description: Colorless to white.C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Ca3(AsO4)2 7778-44-1 CG0830000 Ca [5 mg/m3 (as As)] Conversion: DOT: 1573 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: Calcium salt (2:3) of arsenic acid. IP: NA Remove: N. [insecticide/herbicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 398. cough TO: Eyes.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7020. skin hyperpig. chalk. resp sys First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash Breath: Fresh air 46 .] Exposure Routes. Cucumber dust. Symptoms. Fl. palmar planter Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support hyperkeratoses. Symptoms. GI dist. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Calcium salt of carbonic acid [Note: Occurs in nature as as limestone.01% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. peri neur. derm. skin.P: NA Wash skin: N. 7303 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA ID121 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: White. Tricalcium ortho-arsenate [Note: Also see specific listing for Arsenic (inorganic compounds.1018] TWA 0.Gr: 3.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol(77°F): 0. Sp. skin. odorless powder or colorless crystals. lymphatic sys [lymphatic & Swallow: Medical attention immed lung cancer] Calcium arsenate (as As) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CaCO3 1317-65-3 EV9580000 N. Abs. alum.R. odorless solid. skin. calcite & oyster shells. as As). fluorine. LEL: NA mercury & hydrogen. CNS. resp sys.7-2. Con SY: Irrit eyes.R.R.

Ing.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA Change: Daily Sp. Ing. phosphorus.D. skin burns. Conversion: DOT: 1403 138 (with >0.29 Change: Daily VP: 0 mmHg (approx) Provide: Eyewash MLT: 2444°F Quick drench UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water LEL: NA [Note: May polymerize in water or alkaline solutions to dicyanamide. odorless powder. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. eye. but a fire risk Decomposes in water to form acetylene & ammonia. Symptoms.Gr: 2. skin.P: NA Wash skin: When contam IP: NA Remove: When wet or contam Sp.D.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CaCN2 156-62-7 GS6000000 N. low BP. Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support nau.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.1% calcium carbide) Synonyms/Trade Names: Calcium carbimide.24 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1076°F (Decomposes) (Loses H2O) Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Maleic anhydride. Cyanamide. resp sys Calcium hydroxide 47 . dizz. pneu Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Gr: 2.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 80. NH2CN. or black crystals or powder. Lime nitrogen. skin. nitromethane.] if it contains calcium carbide. nitroethane.1 (see Table 2): BP: Sublimes Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available. Hydrated lime. Con Skin: Soap flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. Noncombustible Solid. cough. Symptoms. sens. bron. [fertilizer] [Note: Commercial grades may contain calcium carbide. nitropropane [Note: Attacks some metals. nitroparaffins. upper resp sys. gray. skin. rapid breath. Nitrogen lime [Note: Cyanamide is also a synonym for Hydrogen cyanamide.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. [Note: Readily absorbs CO2 from the air to form calcium carbonate. head. Sol: Insoluble Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes Not available. vasomotor sys Calcium cyanamide C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Ca(OH)2 1305-62-0 EW2800000 N. resp sys. Breath: Resp support cough. skin vesic. resp sys. Caustic lime. skin. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. vomit.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 74. Slaked lime Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 NIOSH 7020 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m3 (total) OSHA ID121 TWA 5 mg/m3 (resp) Physical Description: White. Exposure Routes. skin burns. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Calcium hydrate. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Antabuse-like effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.5 mg/m3 NIOSH 0500 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(32°F): 0.2% Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl.

Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Calcium hydrosilicate.Gr: 2.D. Eyes: N.2 Skin: N. but will support combustion by liberation of oxygen. Symptoms. odorless lumps or granular powder. Wollastonite (mineral) Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) 3 NIOSH 7020 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA ID121 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) TWA 5 mg/m3 (resp) Physical Description: White or cream-colored. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes.R.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie/100F/ Change: Daily Sp. Unslaked lime Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7020.R. Calcium salt of silicic acid. ulcer. Symptoms.1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 5162°F 10 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Reacts Wash skin: When contam/Daily 20 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Fl. upper resp tract. Con SY: Irrit eyes. skin.] Exposure Routes. skin.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 116. Calcium metasilicate. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water (liberates heat).01% Wash skin: N. perf nasal septum.Pp:AScba MLT: 4662°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid. derm Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CaO 1305-78-8 EW3100000 25 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1910 157 Synonyms/Trade Names: Burned lime. ethanol [Note: Reacts with water to form calcium hydroxide. Quick lime.R. 7303 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 mg/m OSHA ID121 Physical Description: White or gray.9 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 2804°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported [Note: After prolonged contact with water.34 ScbaF/SaF Provide: Eyewash VP: 0 mmHg (approx) §: ScbaF:Pd. Pebble lime. Fl. Lime. upper resp sys Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes. [Note: The commercial product is prepared from diatomaceous earth & lime. Burnt lime. IP: NA Change: N. Ing. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Sol: 0. BP: ? Not available. fluorine. skin. solution reverts to soluble calcium salts & amorphous silica. Calcium oxide Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 56.P: NA Remove: N. Sp.R. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CaSiO3 1344-95-2 VV9150000 N. Calcium monosilicate. free-flowing powder.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.Pp/SaF:Pd. resp sys Calcium silicate 48 . pneu.Gr: 3. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.R.

3 50 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/PaprOvHie£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 399°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 100 mg/m3: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl.R.2 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE MLT: 345°F UEL: 3. Anhydrous gypsum.R.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 136. rhinitis. skin.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin.6% Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (especially chromic anhydride & potassium permanganate) Exposure Routes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 152. Calcium salt of sulfuric acid [Note: Gypsum is the dihydrate form & Plaster of Paris is the hemihydrate form.76 eV 200 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. aromatic odor. water [Note: Hygroscopic (i. muc memb. BP: Decomposes Not available. dizz. aluminum.96 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 2840°F (Decomposes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Diazomethane. epilep convuls Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. gray. white powder or colorless. resp sys Calcium sulfate C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 76-22-2 EX1225000 200 mg/m3 C10H16O Conversion: DOT: 2717 133 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Camphonone. Fl.P: NA Remove: N. Symptoms. or reddish tinge. epis Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Odorless. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. upper resp sys. Synthetic camphor Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 2 mg/m3 3 NIOSH 1301.P: 150°F PaprTOvHie£/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: 8. Sp.R.Pp Sp.5% LEL: 0.R. IP: NA Change: N. conj. vomit.Gr: 0.] Exposure Routes.D.Pp:AScba VP: 0..e. skin. Anhydrous sulfate of lime. phosphorus. skin. Symptoms. Gum camphor.Gr: 2. head. resp sys. diarr. Breath: Resp support excitement.99 §: ScbaF:Pd. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Anhydrous calcium sulfate. Sol: 0. Laurel camphor. nau. Ing. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.1 Skin: N. CNS Camphor (synthetic) 49 .3% Wash skin: N. Abs. [Note: May have blue. crystalline solid. Eyes: N. Reacts with water to form Gypsum & Plaster of Paris. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. absorbs moisture from the air).R.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CaSO4 7778-18-9 WS6920000 N. 2553 OSHA PEL: TWA 2 mg/m OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless or white crystals with a penetrating.

63 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Aminocaproic lactam. wheez. diarr. [fungicide] [Note: Available commercially as a wettable powder or in liquid form.2. Ing.1 mg/m3 [skin] See Appendix A Physical Description: White.0001% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Fl. epsilon-Caprolactam. characteristic pungent odor. irrity. Hexahydro-2H-azepin-2-one. skin. crystalline solid or flakes with an unpleasant odor. nau. derm. kidneys Caprolactam Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H9Cl14NO2S 2425-06-1 GW4900000 Ca [N. Ing. Combustible Solid (acetic acid + dinitrogen trioxide) Exposure Routes. acid vapors. CVS. Abs. kidney inj. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. skin sens.01 Change: Daily VP: 0.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 349. epis.4% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. skin. Breath: Resp support vomit. resp sys. Difolatan®. First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. skin sens. crystalline solid with a slight. kidneys. derm. resp sys. [Note: Significant vapor concentrations would be expected only at elevated temperatures. 2-Oxohexamethyleneimine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Dust: TWA 1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PV2012 ST 3 mg/m 3 Vapor: TWA 0. C2H11NO Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.0% LEL: 1. asthma.C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 105-60-2 CM3675000 N. bron.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 113.2 (see Table 2): BP: 515°F Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available.] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Captofol.Pp/SaF:Pd. Skin: Water wash immed Breath: Resp support dizz. liver. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. vomit. diarr. N-((1. in animals: terato effects.Gr: 1.1 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: Decomposes Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.P: NA Wash skin: When contam/Daily IP: NA Remove: When wet or contam Sp. conj.2-dicarboximide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca OSHA PEL†: none NIOSH 0500 TWA 0. liver. liver.22 ppm (1 mg/m ) 3 ST 0. conf. CNS. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit skin.D.2-Tetrachloroethyl)thio)-4-cyclohexene-1. eyes.Gr: ? Change: Daily VP: 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Symptoms. resp sys. Sol: 53% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl. strong oxidizers dissolved in flammable liquids. liver.Pp:AScba Sol: 0. skin.00000008 mmHg MLT: 156°F UEL: 8.P: 282°F Wash skin: When contam IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp. kidney inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. head. high BP. resp sys.D.000008 mmHg Provide: Eyewash MLT: 321°F (Decomposes) Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid. Symptoms. [carc] TO: Eyes. abdom cramps. CNS.66 ppm (3 mg/m ) OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: White.1. but may be Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. CVS [in animals: tumors at Swallow: Medical attention immed many sites] Captafol 50 .

2 50 mg/m3: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.01% 100 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl. blurred vision. skin. Symptoms. upper resp sys. blurred vision. tremor.] C9H8Cl3NO2S Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Captane. liver. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. hydrated lime) [Note: Corrosive to metals.6 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. abdom cramps. blood chol.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 133-06-2 GW5075000 Ca [N.Pp/SaF:Pd. Abs. 5601 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 mg/m3 OSHA 63 Physical Description: White or gray. derm. [pesticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 201. Abs. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong alkaline materials (e.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 300. salv. but may be dissolved in flammable liquids.Gr: 1. N-Trichloromethylmercapto-4-cyclohexene-1. repro sys Carbaryl 51 .P: ? Change: Daily IP: NA Provide: Eyewash Sp.P: NA §: ScbaF:Pd. resp sys. diarr. Breath: Resp support vomit. nau. may be dissolved in flammable liquids.23 VP(77°F): <0. skin. irrit skin.74 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) Quick drench MLT: 352°F (Decomposes) UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid. diarr. convuls.Pp:AScba Change: Daily IP: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Sp.g.2-dicarboximide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca OSHA PEL†: none (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5601.D. [fungicide] [Note: Commercial product is a yellow powder with a pungent odor. crystalline powder.Gr: 1. dysp.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms.. CVS. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Miosis.] Exposure Routes. cyan. strongly alkaline pesticides First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ing. kidneys [in animals: duodenal tumors] Captan C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3NHCOOC10H7 63-25-2 EC5950000 100 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 2757 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: α-Naphthyl N-methyl-carbamate. GI tract. 9205 TWA 5 mg/m See Appendix A Physical Description: Odorless. Sevin® Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 5006. sweat. odorless solid.0003% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. tear. skin. rhin. skin Breath: Resp support sens. 9202. white. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. CNS. Ing. possible repro effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Resp sys. vomit.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol(77°F): 0.00004 mmHg MLT: 293°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid. 1-Naphthyl N-Methyl-carbamate.

Furacarb®.Gr: 1. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers such as chlorates.3-Dihydro-2. Thermal black Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 3. vomit.5 mg/m3 Physical Description: Black. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr prompt ER: Inh. musc twitch. blurred vision. Sol(77°F): 0. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Cough. MW: 12.1 mg PAHs/m See Appendix A See Appendix C OSHA PEL: TWA 3. in presence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: [carc] TO: Resp sys.2-dimethyl-7-benzofuranyl methylcarbamate. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N.07% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl.18 Change: Daily VP(77°F): 0. odorless solid. white or grayish.P: NA 87. Abs. blood chol Carbofuran Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C 1333-86-4 FF5800000 1750 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Acetylene black. Furnace black. Symptoms. Noncombustible Solid permanganates) Exposure Routes.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: N. inco. nau. Con Skin: Soap flush immed SY: Miosis.g. Lamp black. irrit eyes.1 1750 mg/m3: Sa:Pd.5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Sublimes Wash skin: Daily Sol: Insoluble 35 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: N. Breath: Fresh air head. IP: NA 175 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie/ScbaF/SaF Sp. peroxides.8-2. acid. Channel black. diarr.P: NA Wash skin: When contam IP: NA Remove: When wet or contam Sp.1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 5601 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Odorless..Pp/SaF:Pd. [insecticide] [Note: May be dissolved in a liquid carrier.0 17.Pp VP: 0 mmHg (approx) §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 1.Pp:AScba may contain flammable Escape: 100F/ScbaE hydrocarbons. eyes [lymphatic cancer (in presence of PAHs)] Carbon black 52 . Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. abdom cramps. sweat. nitrates.Pp:AScba MLT: Sublimes Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA In presence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: NIOSH Combustible Solid that ¥: ScbaF:Pd.000003 mmHg Provide: Eyewash MLT: 304°F Quick drench UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkaline substances. salv. crystalline solid. PNS. Furadan® Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.3 (see Table 2): BP: ? Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available. LEL: NA strong oxidizers (e.R.C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C12H15NO3 1563-66-2 FB9450000 N. bromates & nitrates First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Symptoms. Ing. Fl.D.R. chlorates.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 221.R. Conversion: DOT: 2757 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2. convuls Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS. perchlorates.Pp/SaF:Pd. lass.5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 5000 Carbon black in presence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs): OSHA ID196 Ca 3 TWA 0.

Pp/SaF:Pd. Escape: ScbaE IP: 13.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 44. PNS. derm. kidney. Dry ice [Note: Normal constituent of air (about 300 ppm)].] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH MW: 76. azides. potassium & zinc. dysp. halogens. CVS Carbon dioxide C Carbon disulfide Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact 10 ppm: CcrOv/Sa BP: 116°F Eyes: Prevent eye contact 25 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Sol: 0.000 mg/m ) 3 OSHA ID172 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5000 ppm (9000 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless.000 ppm (54. dry ice) TO: Resp sys.R.R. Con (liquid/solid) Skin: Frostbite SY: Head. aluminum. 2187 120 (liquid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbonic acid gas.11 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbon bisulfide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (3 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1600. CVS.Pp:AScba VP: 297 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -169°F UEL: 50.0% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. frostbite (liq. Solid form is utilized as dry ice. Symptoms. psychosis. [Note: Reagent grades are foul smelling.Gr: 1. chemically-active metals LEL: 1. anor. skin.Pp/SaF:Pd. repro sys Formula: CS2 DOT: 1131 131 CAS#: 75-15-0 RTECS#: FF6650000 IDLH: 500 ppm 53 . Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5000 ppm (9000 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6603 ST 30.R. asphy.Pp:AScba Fl. 1845 120 (dry ice). Parkinson-like syndrome. titanium. VP: 56.P: -22°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10. anxi. lass. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh. Forms carbonic Nonflammable Gas acid in water. gastritis. Ing. BP. eye. coronary heart disease.26 §: ScbaF:Pd.R. head. chromium & manganese are LEL: NA ignitable and explosive when suspended in carbon dioxide.2% Eyes: Frostbite §: ScbaF:Pd.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.Pp Sp.P: NA Wash skin: N. incr heart rate.53 Change: N. Symptoms. poor sleep. convuls.80 mg/m3 DOT: 1013 120. zirconium.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CO2 124-38-9 FF6400000 40. repro effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS. eyes. such as UEL: NA magnesium. low-wgt. kidneys. odorless gas. amines Class IB Flammable Liquid [Note: Vapors may be ignited by contact with an ordinary light bulb. 3800 ST 10 ppm (30 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA PEL†: TWA 20 ppm C 30 ppm 100 ppm (30-minute maximum peak) Physical Description: Colorless to faint-yellow liquid with a sweet ether-like odor. liver. ocular changes. coma. Abs.77 eV Remove: N. Breath: Resp support polyneur. ScbaF/SaF 500 ppm: Sa:Pd. dizz.5 atm Provide: Frostbite wash MLT: -109°F (Sublimes) Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Dusts of various metals.3% such as sodium. skin burns. rust. liver inj. restless.000 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Sol(77°F): 0. pares. card Breath: Resp support output.3% Wash skin: When contam 50 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Fl.000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Dizz. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. sweat.08 eV Change: N. mal. RGasD: 1.0 (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA BP: Sublimes Skin: Frostbite 40. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.

Pp/SaF:Pd.R.02% Wash skin: Daily Fl. lac.R. angina.4 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 None available ST 0. Symptoms.3 ppm (4 mg/m ) OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless to yellow-brown crystals with a slight odor.31 eV Change: Daily Sp. 9202 168 (cryogenic liquid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbon oxide.P: NA (Gas) §: ScbaF:Pd.0 350 ppm: Sa Eyes: Frostbite BP: -313°F 875 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: N. liver. cyan. Methane tetrabromide. ID210 OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 ppm (55 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless. CNS Carbon monoxide Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CBr4 558-13-4 FG4725000 N.1 ppm (1. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 331. skin.D.R. skin. Sol: 2% 1200 ppm: GmFS†/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: NA Remove: N. conf. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. lithium Exposure Routes. liver.7 Skin: N. Tetrabromomethane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. lass. resp sys.5% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CO 630-08-0 FG3500000 1200 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. Ing. Flue gas. Conversion: 1 ppm = 13. [Note: Shipped as a nonliquefied or liquefied compressed gas. Con (liquid) Eye: Frostbite SY: Head. depres S-T segment Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support of electrocardiogram.42 Provide: Eyewash VP(205°F): 40 mmHg MLT: 194°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.R. Symptoms. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. tachypnea. Breath: Resp support in animals: corn damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. chlorine trifluoride. lung. dizz. halu. bromine trifluoride. blood. odorless gas.01 eV Escape: GmFS†/ScbaE Provide: Frostbite wash RGasD: 0. hexacyclohexyldilead.Gr: 3. kidney inj. BP: 374°F Not available. lithium Exposure Routes. IP: 10. kidneys Carbon tetrabromide 54 . syncope TO: CVS. IP: 14. nau.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Frostbite MW: 28.97 VP: >35 atm MLT: -337°F UEL: 74% LEL: 12. resp sys. lungs.57 mg/m3 DOT: 2516 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbon bromide.15 mg/m3 DOT: 1016 119. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Monoxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 35 ppm (40 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6604 C 200 ppm (229 mg/m ) 3 OSHA ID209.Pp:AScba Change: N.

Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support inco. moisture.R. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Carbon fluoride oxide. vomit.4 atm Provide: Frostbite wash FRZ: -173°F Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Heat.29 mg/m3 DOT: 1846 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbon chloride. drow.05% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Fl. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.] Exposure Routes. Carbonyl difluoride. skin burns.D. cough.Gr: 1.47 eV Remove: When wet or contam Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd. dizz.59 Change: N.6 mg/m ) [60-minute] OSHA 7 See Appendix A OSHA PEL†: TWA 10 ppm C 25 ppm 200 ppm (5-minute maximum peak in any 4 hours) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a characteristic ether-like odor. Tetrachloromethane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 1003 ST 2 ppm (12. eye.] Nonflammable Gas First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. liquid: frostbite TO: Eyes.70 mg/m3 DOT: 2417 125 Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbon difluoride oxide. aluminum [Note: Forms highly Noncombustible Liquid toxic phosgene gas when exposed to flames or welding arcs. Breath: Resp support pulm edema. chronic exposure: GI pain. Halon® 104. skin. skin [in animals: liver cancer] Carbon tetrachloride C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: COF2 353-50-4 FG6125000 N. skin.02 eV Remove: N. Carbon tet. VP: 55. Symptoms.R.29 Change: N. muc memb. lac. RGasD: 2. resp sys. skin.R. liver. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. IP: 13. kidney inj. dysp.P: NA Wash skin: N. bone Carbonyl fluoride 55 .R. Fluoroformyl fluoride. potassium & magnesium. Ing.0 (see Table 2): BP: -118°F Skin: Frostbite Not available.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CCl4 56-23-5 FG4900000 Ca [200 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. musc fib. Carbon oxyfluoride. Con Skin: Frostbite SY: Irrit eyes. Sol: Reacts Eyes: Frostbite Fl. VP: 91 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: -9°F Quick drench UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as LEL: NA sodium. eyes. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 153. skeletal fluorosis. Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. fluorine.8 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 170°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. lungs. nau.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 66. Abs.Pp:AScba Sol: 0. UEL: NA hexafluoroisopropylideneamino-lithium LEL: NA [Note: Reacts with water to form hydrogen fluoride & carbon dioxide. kidneys. resp sys. CNS depres.P: NA Wash skin: When contam IP: 11. Freon® 10. Fluorophosgene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (5 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 None available ST 5 ppm (15 mg/m ) OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless gas with a pungent and very irritating odor. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh. liver.

Pyrocellulose Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) 3 NIOSH 0500. etc.000-560. skin. Abs.000 Skin: N. [Note: The principal fiber cell wall material of vegetable tissues (wood. 1.4% Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. kidney inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.R. skin. flax. kidneys Catechol Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (C6H10O5)n 9004-34-6 FJ5691460 N. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. 7404 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Odorless.P: NA Remove: N. CNS.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 160. Breath: Resp support convuls.). Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 44% Wash skin: When contam Fl.R. skin. IP: NA Change: N.Gr: 1.61 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 500-518°F (Decomposes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. white substance.R. skin. Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. nitric acid First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Eyes: N. skin sens. fluorine. bromine pentafluoride.R.50 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1.34 Provide: Eyewash VP(244°F): 10 mmHg MLT: 221°F UEL: ? LEL: 1.R.Gr: 1.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 474°F Not available. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Symptoms.27-1. 2-Hydroxyphenol. grass. incr BP. o-Benzenediol. cotton. burns eyes. o-Dihydroxybenzene. Fl.D. Ing. lac.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 110. BP: Decomposes Not available.2-Benzenediol. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. Pyrocatechol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (20 mg/m3) [skin] OSHA PV2014 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. [Note: Discolors to brown in air & light. muc memb Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes. resp sys. crystalline solid with a faint odor. resp sys Cellulose 56 . Con Skin: Water wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. Symptoms. derm. resp sys.D.C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4(OH)2 120-80-9 UX1050000 N.P: 261°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. 0600. sodium nitrate. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Hydroxycellulose. strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.2-Dihydroxybenzene. Sp.

skin. lungs.6. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Blurred vision. Sn. Ing. diarr. anuria. eyes. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. 1. absorbs moisture from the air). metals (e.2. Symptoms.D. abdom pain.00001 mmHg FRZ: 217-228°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid. 2681 154 (solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Cesium hydrate. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Cesium hydroxide C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H6Cl8 57-74-9 PB9800000 Ca [100 mg/m3] Conversion: DOT: 2996 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chlordan. delirium.4. oxygen [Note: CsOH is a strong base.8-Octachloro-3a. causing the generation of considerable heat in contact with water or moisture.. Chlordano. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.68 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 522°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water.. crystalline solid.4. nau. kidneys [in animals: liver cancer] Chlordane 57 . skin burns Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. irrity. conf.8.5 mg/m3 [skin] Physical Description: Amber-colored. alkaline reagents First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. liver. Abs. convuls. CO2.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 149.9 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. vomit.7.0001% Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl.5. Pb.Gr(77°F): 1.Pp/SaF:Pd. upper resp sys. chlorine-like odor.6 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. tremor. eye. skin. [Note: Hygroscopic (i. viscous liquid with a pungent.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CsOH 21351-79-1 FK9800000 N. Symptoms.7.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA Change: Daily Sp. Al. in animals: lung.Gr: 3.e.7-methanoindane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5510 TWA 0. acids. but may be utilized in flammable solutions. Zn). liver. kidney Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed damage.g.7a-tetrahydro-4. Conversion: DOT: 2682 157. Cesium hydroxide dimer Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 mg/m3 (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless or yellowish. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(59°F): 395% Wash skin: When contam Fl. cough.5 mg/m [skin] OSHA 67 See Appendix A OSHA PEL: TWA 0. Ing. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.] Exposure Routes. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 409. ataxia. [carc] TO: CNS.8 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes ¥: ScbaF:Pd.

4 mmHg Quick drench MLT: 149-194°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid. convuls. ranging from monochlorodiphenyl oxide [(C6H4Cl)O(C6H5)] to decachlorodiphenyl oxide [(C6Cl5)O(C6Cl5)].P: NA Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.5 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Amber. Symptoms. Ing. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. piney. agitation. Polychlorocamphene. dry. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 413. Abs.8 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers [Note: Slightly corrosive to metals under moist conditions. [carc] Breath: Resp support TO: CNS. Con SY: Acne-form derm.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: 0. liver damage TO: Skin. but may be dissolved in flammable liquids.5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 5025 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. red skin. Symptoms.C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H10Cl8 8001-35-2 XW5250000 Ca [200 mg/m3] Conversion: DOT: 2761 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chlorocamphene.and camphorlike odor. Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Escape: GmFOvAg100/ScbaE Change: Daily Chlorinated diphenyl oxide Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. conf.Gr: 1.Pp/SaF:Pd. waxy solid with a mild. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact Properties vary depending 5 mg/m3: Sa/ScbaF upon the specific compound. chlorine. tremor. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd.5 mg/m3 Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific compound. uncon. skin [in animals: liver cancer] Swallow: Medical attention immed Chlorinated camphene CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 5 mg/m3 C12H10-nClnO Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms depend on the degree of chlorination of diphenyl oxide [(C6H5)2O].] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.65 VP(77°F): 0. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Wash skin: When contam §: ScbaF:Pd. Ing. liver First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 58 . Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Nau.0003% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Toxaphene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca [skin] (see Table 1): NIOSH 5039 See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. Octachlorocamphene.

9 NIOSH Skin: Frostbite BP: -29°F 5 ppm: CcrS*/Sa* Eyes: Frostbite Sol: 0. Exposure Routes.P: NA Remove: N. Breath: Resp support chronic bron Swallow: Medical attention immed (liquid) TO: Eyes.8 atm FRZ: -150°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas.90 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Molecular chlorine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0. cough.3 ppm (0. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Reacts explosively or forms explosive compounds with many common substances such as acetylene. Symptoms.5 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact (liquid) BP: 52°F 1 ppm: CcrS/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact (liquid) Sol(77°F): 0.] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 70. phosphorus.R. pulm edema.3 mg/m ) Physical Description: Yellow to red gas or a red-brown liquid (below 52°F) with an unpleasant odor similar to chlorine and nitric acid. dizz.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Change: N. ID126SGX Physical Description: Greenish-yellow gas with a pungent.7% 10 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprS*/CcrFS/GmFS/ Wash skin: N. rhin. subs pain. Con Skin: Soap wash immed (liquid) SY: Irrit eyes. nose. resp sys Chlorine dioxide 59 . Fl.Gr: 1.R. Chlorine peroxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. ether. but a strong oxidizer.36 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. irritating odor.Chlorine Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. pulm edema. derm.6 (Liquid at 32°F) VP: >1 atm Quick drench (liquid) FRZ: -74°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Flammable Gas.1 ppm (0.Pp/SaF:Pd.47 Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Provide: Frostbite wash VP: 6.5 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprS£ Wash skin: When contam (liquid) Fl.3% 2.] Exposure Routes. heat. fuel gas. hydrogen & finely divided metals.5 ppm (1.3 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA ID126SGX. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 67. carbon monoxide [Note: Unstable in light.R. liquid: frostbite Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.33 Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash (liquid) Sp. bron. syncope. ID202 ST 0. throat. ammonia. Symptoms. choking. wheez. frozen) Synonyms/Trade Names: Chlorine oxide. Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Organic materials. skin. Skin: Frostbite vomit. turpentine. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed (liquid) ER: Inh. lac. sulfur. resp sys Formula: Cl2 DOT: 1017 124 CAS#: 7782-50-5 RTECS#: FO2100000 IDLH: 10 ppm C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: ClO2 10049-04-4 FO3000000 5 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. IP: 11. nose. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. mouth. hypox.9 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. mercury. A powerful oxidizer.76 mg/m3 DOT: 9191 143 (hydrate.R.1 ppm (0.Pp:AScba Change: N. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. potassium hydroxide. head. RGasD: 2. Ing (liquid). RGasD: 2. nau.48 eV ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Con Eye: Frostbite SY: Burning of eyes. pneu. cough.P: NA (Gas) ? (Liquid) 5 ppm: CcrFS/GmFS/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10.45 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6011 OSHA PEL†: C 1 ppm (3 mg/m ) OSHA ID101.

skin burns. 2-Chloroacetaldehyde.77 (Liquid at 53°F) Change: N.5 ppm: Sa:Cf£ Sol: Reacts Eyes: Prevent eye contact 5 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Fl. resp sys Chlorine trifluoride Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: ClCH2CHO 107-20-0 AB2450000 45 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: ClF3 7790-91-2 FO2800000 20 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. acids. Symptoms. in animals: Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support lac.21 mg/m3 DOT: 2232 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chloroacetaldehyde (40% aqueous solution).] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 78. eyes. combustible with organic materials may result in materials. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.21 contam (liquid) Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Sp. water.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd.1 ppm (0.R.19 (40% solution) Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 100 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -3°F (40% solution) UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 92.61 eV ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. pulm Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support edema. sand. skin. suffocating odor. Exposure Routes. eye damage. resp irrit. Ing (liquid).P: NA Wash skin: When contam (liquid) 20 ppm: SaF:Pd. pulm edema Swallow: Medical attention immed (liquid) TO: Skin. metals (corrosive) [Note: Reacts with water to form chlorine & hydrofluoric acid. Symptoms. skin burns (liq or high vap conc). 2-Chloroethanal Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 1 ppm (3 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2015 OSHA PEL: C 1 ppm (3 mg/m ) OSHA 76 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an acrid.78 mg/m3 DOT: 1749 124 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chlorine fluoride. glass. IP: 10. eyes. penetrating odor. but contact Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. resp sys sens Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Gr: 1. muc memb. Ing. Chlorotrifluoride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0. acids Exposure Routes.4 mg/m ) None available Physical Description: Colorless gas or a greenish-yellow liquid (below 53°F) with a somewhat sweet.] SPONTANEOUS ignition. VP: 1.1 ppm (0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.Gr: 1.5 10 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 186°F 25 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv* Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible 45 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl.Pp:AScba RGasD: 3.Pp IP: 13. Abs. skin.P: 190°F (40% solution) Change: N. resp sys Chloroacetaldehyde 60 .R.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp.00 eV Remove: When wet or §: ScbaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Eye.4 atm Provide: Eyewash (liquid) FRZ: -105°F Quick drench (liquid) UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Noncombustible Liquid. [Note: Typically found as a 40% aqueous solution. corn ulcer.4 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: C 0. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit skin.5 (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA BP: 53°F Skin: Prevent skin contact 2.

irritating odor. Ing. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.3 mg/m3 (0.44 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. skin. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed α-Chloroacetophenone C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 79-04-9 AO6475000 N. pulm edema Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.3 mg/m (0.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.P: 244°F 15 mg/m3: CcrFOv100/GmFS100/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: 9. Tear gas Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0.30 eV Change: N.05 ppm) 3 NIOSH P&CAM291 (II-5) OSHA PEL: TWA 0. eye. Symptoms. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Fl.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 532-27-4 AM6300000 15 mg/m3 C6H5COCH2Cl Conversion: 1 ppm = 6.42 Provide: Eyewash VP: 19 mmHg FRZ: -7°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Chloromethyl phenyl ketone. dysp.2 mg/m3) OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless to yellowish liquid with a strong. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Chloroacetyl chloride 61 . Phenyl chloromethyl ketone. Monochloroacetyl chloride Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 154. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 112.Gr: 1.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp. alcohols. skin. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. metals (corrosive). resp sys.05 ppm) Physical Description: Colorless to gray crystalline solid with a sharp.9 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 223°F Not available. Sp.D. amines [Note: Decomposes in water to form chloroacetic acid & hydrogen chloride gas.Pp/SaF:Pd.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/PaprOvHie£ Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Mace®. skin burns. skin. bases. ClCH2COCl Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Chloroacetic chloride.] Exposure Routes. lac Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. wheez. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.Gr: 1.62 mg/m3 DOT: 1752 156 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chloroacetic acid chloride.R. resp sys. Symptoms. pungent odor. cough.005 mmHg MLT: 134°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. Abs. Phenacyl chloride.32 Escape: GmFS100/ScbaE VP: 0.32 mg/m3 DOT: 1697 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Chloroacetophenone. strong oxidizers [Note: Slowly corrodes metals. steam.6 3 mg/m3: CcrOv95/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 472°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 7. Ing.05 ppm (0.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: 10.

00003 mmHg MLT: 203-205°F UEL: ? LEL: ? MEC: 25 g/m3 Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. inco. Phenyl chloride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 75 ppm (350 mg/m ) NIOSH 1003 OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an almond-like odor.R.P: ? Change: Daily IP: ? Sp. Ing. cough. Chlorobenzene Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 112. resp sys. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Pain.3% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.Pp:AScba Fl. skin. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 188.Pp/SaF:Pd.4 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0.Pp:AScba Sol: Insoluble Remove: When wet or contam Escape: GmFS100/ScbaE Fl.05 ppm (0. CNS depres.11 VP: 9 mmHg FRZ: -50°F UEL: 9. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 9.C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 108-90-7 CZ0175000 1000 ppm C6H5Cl Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.05 ppm (0. burn eyes.P: 82°F Change: N.71 mg/m3 DOT: 2810 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Chlorobenzalmalonitrile. in animals: Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support liver.4 mg/m ) NIOSH P&CAM304 (II-5) Physical Description: White crystalline solid with a pepper-like odor. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Chlorobenzol.61 mg/m3 DOT: 1134 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: Benzene chloride. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.6% LEL: 1. lung. conj. Monochlorobenzene. liver o-Chlorobenzylidene malononitrile ClC H CH=C(CN) 6 4 2 Formula: CAS#: 2698-41-1 RTECS#: OO3675000 IDLH: 2 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 7. nose. kidney inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. MCB.6 2 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/GmFS100/ScbaF/SaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 590-599°F Wash skin: When contam/Daily §: ScbaF:Pd. lac.07 eV Sp. eryt eyelids. CNS.6 1000 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 270°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. resp sys 62 . irrit Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support throat. Symptoms. Abs. chest tight. eryt. OCBM Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0.05% GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) §: ScbaF:Pd. blepharospasm. head. drow. CS.Gr: ? VP: 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin. skin.Gr: 1. vesic skin Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Ing.

CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Chlorobromomethane C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CHClF2 75-45-6 PA6390000 N. pulm edema Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Con (liquid) Eye: Frostbite SY: Irrit resp sys.D.R. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. alkaline earth metals (e. resp sys.P: NA Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. Monochlorodifluoromethane. drow. Sol(77°F): 0. card Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support arrhy. VP: 9. sweetish odor. powdered aluminum.4 atm Provide: Frostbite wash FRZ: -231°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkalis.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 86.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 74-97-5 PA5250000 2000 ppm CH2BrCl Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. sodium. liver. conf.R. liver. CBM.3% Eyes: Frostbite Fl. Genetron® 22. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. zinc) Exposure Routes.5 (see Table 2): BP: -41°F Skin: Frostbite Not available. CB. asphy. Refrigerant 22 Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: NIOSH REL: TWA 1000 ppm (3500 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 1018 ST 1250 ppm (4375 mg/m3) OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless gas with a faint.Gr: 1. heart palp.Pp/SaF:Pd.R. skin.93 VP: 115 mmHg FRZ: -124°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as calcium.54 mg/m DOT: 1018 126 Synonyms/Trade Names: Difluorochloromethane. spleen Chlorodifluoromethane 3 63 . ringing in ears.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Fluorocarbon-22. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.. RGasD: 3.29 mg/m3 DOT: 1887 160 Synonyms/Trade Names: Bromochloromethane. Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. kidney.11 Change: N. potassium. spleen inj.77 eV Sp. throat. IP: 12. Halon® 1011. Con SY: Irrit eyes. kidneys. Nonflammable Gas powdered aluminum. Fluorocarbon 1011.45 eV Remove: N. and magnesium Exposure Routes. zinc. CNS depres. [Note: May be used as a fire extinguishing agent. CVS.R. liquid: frostbite TO: Resp sys.P: NA Wash skin: N. skin. IP: 10. dizz. liver. Symptoms.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 129. Symptoms.g. Freon® 22. Ing. kidneys. Methyl chlorobromide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (1050 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1003 OSHA PEL: TWA 200 ppm (1050 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless to pale-yellow liquid with a chloroform-like odor.4 2000 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 155°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. conf. CNS.

P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. but exposure in a fire results in the formation of a black soot containing PCBs. Ing.00006 mmHg FRZ: 50°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Chlorodiphenyl (54% chlorine) Nonflammable Liquid. and chlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 258 (approx) NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 617-691°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd.001 mg/m3 OSHA PV2088 See Appendix A [*Note: The REL also applies to other PCBs. polychlorinated dibenzofurans. leukemia] First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 64 . chloracne. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. [carc] TO: Skin.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Abs. Con SY: Irrit eyes. repro effects. Polychlorinated biphenyl Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: Ca OSHA PEL: TWA 1 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5503 TWA 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. [carc] TO: Skin. liver damage. repro sys [in animals: tumors of the pituitary gland & liver.] Physical Description: Colorless to light-colored. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 326 (approx) NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 689-734°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd.] Physical Description: Colorless to pale-yellow. hydrocarbon odor. repro effects. Polychlorinated biphenyl Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: Ca OSHA PEL: TWA 0. liver.38 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.5 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): NIOSH 5503 TWA 0. liver. liver damage. polychlorinated dibenzofurans & chlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins. eyes.39 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. chloracne.Gr(77°F): 1.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.001 mmHg FRZ: -2°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Chlorodiphenyl (42% chlorine) Nonflammable Liquid.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl. but exposure in a fire results in the formation of a black soot containing PCBs. Symptoms.Gr(77°F): 1.Pp/SaF:Pd. PCB. Abs. leukemia] First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Ca C6H3Cl2C6H2Cl3 (approx) 11097-69-1 TQ1360000 [5 mg/m3] Conversion: DOT: 2315 171 Synonyms/Trade Names: Aroclor® 1254. Ing.001 mg/m OSHA PV2089 See Appendix A [*Note: The REL also applies to other PCBs. viscous liquid with a mild. PCB. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. eyes. Symptoms. hydrocarbon odor. repro sys [in animals: tumors of the pituitary gland & liver. viscous liquid or solid (below 50°F) with a mild. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh.C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: TQ1356000 Ca [5 mg/m3] C6H4ClC6H3Cl2 (approx) 53469-21-9 Conversion: DOT: 2315 171 Synonyms/Trade Names: Aroclor® 1242.

[carc] TO: Eyes. Abs.78 mg/m ) [60-minute] See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL†: C 50 ppm (240 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pleasant odor.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CHCl3 67-66-3 FS9100000 Ca [500 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. head. pulm congestion. dizz.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Reacts Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl.32 Provide: Eyewash VP(72°F): 30 mmHg FRZ: -43°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. CNS [in animals: liver & kidney cancer] Swallow: Medical attention immed Chloroform C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 542-88-1 KN1575000 Ca [N.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. dysp. IP: 11. bronchial secretions. Abs. nec. Symptoms. Ing. lass. decr pulm function. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.1008] (see Table 1): OSHA 10 See Appendix A See Appendix B Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a suffocating odor.R. heart. strong oxidizers [Note: When heated to decomposition. resp sys [lung cancer] bis-Chloromethyl ether 65 . eyes. skin.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 115. cough. Trichloromethane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1003 ST 2 ppm (9. Ing. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.4 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. skin.42 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp.48 VP: 160 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -82°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong caustics. muc memb. Symptoms. chemically-active metals such as aluminum or magnesium powder. sodium & potassium. edema.] (CH2Cl)2O Conversion: DOT: 2249 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: BCME.0 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 223°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 1. Oxybis(chloromethane) Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca OSHA PEL: [1910. wheez. [carc] TO: Liver.5% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 119.Gr: 1. Dichlorodimethyl ether. bis-CME. anes. corn Breath: Resp support damage. water [Note: Reacts with water to form hydrochloric acid & formaldehyde. conf. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.D. forms phosgene gas. skin.88 mg/m3 DOT: 1888 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: Methane trichloride. blood-stained Swallow: Medical attention immed sputum. mental dullness. Breath: Resp support enlarged liver.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 143°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol(77°F): 0. nau.P: <66°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: ? See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily Sp.P: NA Change: N. kidneys. Dichloromethyl ether. Chloromethyl ether.

Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.P(oc): 144°F Change: N. Ing.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. [carc] TO: Eyes. pulm congestion.Gr: 1.Pp/SaF:Pd. kidney.5 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. liver. Symptoms. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.1006] See Appendix B Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an irritating odor. kidneys. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: In animals: irrit eyes.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. [fungicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 123. CMME. Ing. Dimethylchloroether. pulm congestion. blood stainedSwallow: Medical attention immed sputum.21 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP(77°F): 6 mmHg FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Abs.5% 100 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl. acids First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. pulm edema.Gr: 1. Chloromethoxymethane. Methylchloromethyl ether Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH P&CAM220 (II-1) See Appendix A OSHA 10 OSHA PEL: [1910. CVS. Symptoms. low-wgt. Lanstan® Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (10 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH S211 (II-5) OSHA PEL†: TWA 20 ppm (100 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an unpleasant odor. Breath: Resp support skin burns. pneu. cough. skin. skin. wheez. pulm edema.C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 107-30-2 KN6650000 Ca [N. IP: 9. liver.90 eV ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.25 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp.D.6 20 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 289°F 50 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv* Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.06 VP(70°F): 192 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -154°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water [Note: Reacts with water to form hydrochloric acid & formaldehyde.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 138°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: Reacts Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 80.P(oc): 32°F See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily IP: 10. eyes Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: CH3CH2CHClNO2 600-25-9 DOT: RTECS#: TX5075000 IDLH: 100 ppm 66 . nec. resp sys [in animals: skin & lung cancer] Chloromethyl methyl ether 1-Chloro-1-nitropropane 3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. bronchial secretions. heart damage Breath: Resp support TO: Resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Sp. muc memb.] CH3OCH2Cl Conversion: DOT: 1239 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chlorodimethyl ether.06 mg/m Synonyms/Trade Names: Korax®.

liquid: frostbite. Con (liquid) Eye: Frostbite SY: Dysp. oily liquid with an intensely irritating odor. alkaline earth metals (e.R.72 mg/m3 DOT: 1580 154. Fl.] Exposure Routes.P: NA Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. ethereal odor. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Trichloronitromethane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. skin.) Synonyms/Trade Names: Nitrochloroform. CVS Chloropentafluoroethane C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CCl3NO2 76-06-2 PB6300000 2 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Chloropicrin 67 . resp sys.Gr: 1. vomit Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.R. heart palp.55 Provide: Frostbite wash VP(70°F): 7.9 atm FRZ: -223°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkalis. cough.96 eV Change: N. Monochloropentafluoroethane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1000 ppm (6320 mg/m3) OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless gas with a slight. Freon® 115.R. Symptoms.g. Halocarbon 115.2% GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.66 VP: 18 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -93°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers [Note: The material may explode when heated under confinement. n.Pp/SaF:Pd. lac. skin. Con SY: Irrit eyes. IP: 12. Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. aluminum powder. zinc) Exposure Routes.o.P: NA Remove: N. Nitrotrichloromethane.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CClF2CF3 76-15-3 KH7877500 N. inco.7 mg/m ) None available Physical Description: Colorless to faint-yellow.4 2 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 234°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 154. potassium.32 mg/m3 DOT: 1020 126 Synonyms/Trade Names: Fluorocarbon-115. derm TO: Skin. 1583 154 (mixture. vomit.1 ppm (0. RGasD: 5.s. CNS. Eyes: Frostbite Sol(77°F): 0. card arrhy. dizz. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.006% Wash skin: N. IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.1 ppm (0.7 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. [pesticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 164.R. Genetron® 115.5 Skin: Frostbite BP: -38°F Not available. Ing. nau.D. sodium.. pulm edema. narco. Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support asphy. Symptoms. nau.

3-butadiene. skin.P: 138°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.P: -4°F Change: N. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 88.10 VP(77°F): 0. prot.6 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 372°F Not available. skin. jaun Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: In animals: irrit eyes.D. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.5 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. enlarged liver. derm. ortho-Chlorostyrene.96 mmHg FRZ: -82°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Abs. resp sys. 1-Chloro-2-ethenylbenzene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (285 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 ST 75 ppm (428 mg/m ) None available OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid. Symptoms. alopecia.Pp/SaF:Pd. repro Breath: Resp support effects. liver. skin. Ing. CNS.R. acidosis.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 139°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: Slight Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. repro sys [lung & skin cancer] β-Chloroprene Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: ClC6H4CH=CH2 2039-87-4 WL4160000 N. Ing.Gr: 1. anxi. Chlorobutadiene. Chloroprene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1002 C 1 ppm (3.R. IP: 8. PNS Swallow: Medical attention immed o-Chlorostyrene 3 68 .6 mg/m ) [15-minute] OSHA 112 See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 25 ppm (90 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pungent.Gr: 0. Sp.9% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Peroxides & other oxidizers [Note: Polymerizes at room temperature unless inhibited with antioxidants. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. resp sys. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 138. Symptoms. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.62 mg/m3 DOT: 1991 131P (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Chloro-1.67 mg/m DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Chlorostyrene. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl. ether-like odor.96 VP: 188 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -153°F UEL: 11.C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2=CClCH=CH2 126-99-8 EI9625000 Ca [300 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. hema. irrity. kidneys. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.79 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.3% LEL: 1. skin.

6-Tetrachloro-2-picoline Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) 3 None available ST 20 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m3 (total) TWA 5 mg/m3 (resp) Physical Description: Colorless or white. drow. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl. water Exposure Routes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 230.P: 96°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 8. sweet odor. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Chloro-6-(trichloro-methyl)pyridine.009% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. cough. skin Swallow: Medical attention immed 2-Chloro-6-trichloromethyl pyridine 69 . 2-Chlorotoluene. Ing.D. magnesium [Note: Emits oxides of nitrogen and chloride ion when heated to decomposition. Abs.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. inco. liver.9 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. muc memb. Ing. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support liver.003 mmHg MLT: 145°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid [Explosive] Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Aluminum. resp sys.2. oxidizers. Con SY: Irrit eyes. alkalis. Symptoms. N-serve®. skin.6 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 320°F Not available. Sp.18 mg/m3 DOT: 2238 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Chloro-2-methylbenzene.Gr: 1. o-Tolyl chloride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (250 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 ST 75 ppm (375 mg/m ) None available OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an aromatic odor.08 Provide: Eyewash VP(77°F): 4 mmHg FRZ: -31°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Abs. 2-Chloro-1-methylbenzene. kidneys o-Chlorotoluene C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: ClC5H3NCCl3 1929-82-4 US7525000 N. anes.] Exposure Routes.Gr: ? VP(73°F): 0.D. Nitrapyrin. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.R. Symptoms. Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. crystalline solid with a mild. reducing materials. 2.2. derm. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 126. Con SY: No adverse effects noted in ingestion studies with animals.83 eV Change: N. kidney inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. CNS. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 0. skin.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: ClC6H4CH3 95-49-8 XS9000000 N.

Symptoms. aluminum. solid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Chromic acid (CrO3): Chromic anhydride. 7604. Chromium(VI) oxide (1:3). Sol: 0. Symptoms. Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL (as Cr): Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 7600.70 (CrO3) Change: Daily Provide: Eyewash VP: Very low MLT: 387°F (Decomposes) Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Combustible. eyes. organic.6 (see Table 2): BP: 320°F (Decomposes) Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available. vomit. Dursban® Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. abdom cramps.6-trichloro-2-pyridyl phosphorothioate. C9H11Cl3NO3PS 2921-88-2 Conversion: DOT: 2783 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chlorpyrifos-ethyl. sulfur. resp sys. Chromium trioxide. Abs. Synonyms of chromates (i.e. [Note: Often used in an aqueous solution (H2CrO4). Ing.40 (Liquid at 110°F) Change: Daily VP: 0. liver.] Combustible Solid Chlorpyrifos Exposure Routes. kidney damage. 7605 TWA 0.). skin ulcer. conj.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 350. diarr TO: Resp sys. 1463 141 (acid. Con SY: Wheez.C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: TF6300000 N. chromium(VI) compounds) such as zinc chromate vary depending upon the specific compound. Chromic acid and chromates Exposure Routes.0 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 482°F (Decomposes) Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.] Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 100. nasal septum perf. eye inj. Ing. skin [lung cancer] First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 70 . ID215. kidneys. salv. caustics. leucyt. Con SY: Irrit resp sys.2 mg/m3 (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none 3 NIOSH 5600 OSHA 62 ST 0.00002 mmHg MLT: 108°F UEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids. or other CrO3: Noncombustible Solid. plastics. but will readily oxidizable materials (paper.0002% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl.O-Diethyl O-3. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh.001 mg/m3 OSHA ID103.P: NA Wash skin: When contam IP: NA Remove: When wet or contam Sp. bluish lips. PNS. mercaptan-like odor. crystalline solid with a mild. eosin.Gr: 1.Pp:AScba Sol: 63% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: 100F/ScbaE Fl. accelerate the burning of combustible corrosive to metals materials. [pesticide] [Note: Commercial formulations may be combined with combustible liquids.Pp/SaF:Pd. miosis. [carc] TO: Blood. plasma chol First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed RTECS#: IDLH: Ca [15 mg/m3 Formula: CAS#: CrO3 (acid) 1333-82-0 (CrO3) GB6650000 (CrO3) {as Cr(VI)}] Conversion: DOT: 1755 154 (acid solution). Chromic oxide. nau.P: ? Wash skin: When contam IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp. lar spasms.5. etc.. liver.6 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Colorless to white. wood. amines LEL: ? [Note: Corrosive to copper & brass. sens derm. blurred vision.Gr: 2. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. odorless flakes or powder.D. W4001 See Appendix A See Appendix C 3 OSHA PEL (as CrO3): C 0. O. CNS. leupen. skin.1 mg/m See Appendix C Physical Description: CrO3: Dark-red.

7303.R. 9102 See Appendix C 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. Symptoms. skin Swallow: Medical attention immed C Chromium(III) compounds (as Cr) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: 25 mg/m3 [as Cr(III)] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific Chromium(III) compound.5 mg/m See Appendix C Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific compound. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact Properties vary depending 2. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp:AScba Escape: 100F/ScbaE Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes. 7300.R.5 mg/m OSHA ID121. sens derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* Change: N. [Note: Chromium(III) compounds include soluble chromic salts. ID125G OSHA PEL: TWA 0. ID125G See Appendix C Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific compound. 7301. 7303. 9102 See Appendix C 3 OSHA ID121. Remove: When wet or contam 12.Pp:AScba Escape: 100F/ScbaE Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes. [Note: Chromium(II) compounds include soluble chromous salts. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.5 mg/m3 NIOSH 7024.5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 7024.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* Change: N. 25 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie*/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.5 mg/m3: Qm* Eyes: Prevent eye contact upon the specific Wash skin: When contam 5 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* compound. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.5 mg/m3: Qm* upon the specific compound. Ing. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Properties vary depending Skin: Prevent skin contact 2. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Wash skin: When contam 5 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* Remove: When wet or contam 12.Pp §: ScbaF:Pd. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes. 7300.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Ing.Pp/SaF:Pd. 7301. skin Swallow: Medical attention immed 71 .] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. 25 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie*/ScbaF/SaF 250 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd.Chromium(II) compounds (as Cr) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: 250 mg/m3 [as Cr(II)] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific Chromium(II) compound. sens derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.

forms chromic acid.R. peroxide).5 mg/m3 NIOSH 7024.60 eV Remove: When wet or contam Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd.0 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 4788°F Skin: N. ID125G See Appendix C [*Note: The PEL also applies to insoluble chromium salts.91 Change: N.9 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 243°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.] Physical Description: Blue-white to steel-gray.R. turpentine [Note: Reacts violently in water.P: NA Wash skin: N. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 52. odorless solid. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp UEL: NA §: ScbaF:Pd.D. hard. acrid odor. upper resp sys. 5 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* IP: NA Remove: N.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. 7301. Symptoms. lustrous.R.Gr: 7. See Appendix C 3 OSHA PEL*: TWA 1 mg/m 7303. Fl. 12. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh.5 mg/m3: Qm* Sol: Insoluble Eyes: N.P: NA Wash skin: When contam IP: 12.Chromium metal C Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: Chrome.001 mg Cr(VI)/m None available See Appendix A.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* Sp. 7300. Chromium dioxychloride. skin burns [carc] TO: Eyes. skin. resp sys [lung cancer] First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 72 . Abs. but finely divided dust burns Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (such as hydrogen rapidly if heated in a flame. See Appendix C Physical Description: Deep-red liquid with a musty.] Conversion: DOT: 1758 137 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chlorochromic anhydride. 25 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie*/ VP: 0 mmHg (approx) ScbaF/SaF MLT: 3452°F 250 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. Chromyl chloride Exposure Routes.Pp:AScba LEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE Noncombustible Solid in bulk form. eye. combustible substances.] powerful oxidizer. Chromium oxychloride. Chromium chloride oxide. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: Cr DOT: CAS#: 7440-47-3 RTECS#: GB4200000 IDLH: 250 mg/m3 (as Cr) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Cr(OCl)2 14977-61-8 GB5775000 Ca [N. Con SY: Irrit eyes. skin.R. lung fib (histologic) Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. halides. VP: 20 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: -142°F Quick drench UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. alkalis Exposure Routes. 2. Ing.14 Change: N. Chromium Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Dichlorodioxochromium Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca OSHA PEL: none (see Table 1): 3 0. skin. Corrodes common metals. but a chromic chloride. Noncombustible Liquid. Chromic oxychloride. Ing. [Note: Fumes in moist air. 9102 OSHA ID121. burning.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 154. LEL: NA phosphorus.R. Chromium dichloride dioxide. hydrochloric acid & chlorine.R.Pp:AScba Sol: Reacts Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Fl. brittle.Gr(77°F): 1. Chromium dioxide dichloride.

BP: ? Not available.6-dimethyl-4-pyridinol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) 3 NIOSH 0500. 0600 ST 20 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) TWA 5 mg/m3 (resp) Physical Description: White to light-brown. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 192. emphy TO: Resp sys First Aid (see Table 6): Breath: Fresh air 73 .D.R.R. Eyes: N.5-Dichloro-2. C7H7Cl2NO Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Coyden®.R. decr pulm func. Symptoms. throat.R. Bituminous coal dust. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. IP: ? Change: N.1 Skin: N.4 mg/m [respirable. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. Change: N. Sp.R. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties vary depending upon the Skin: N.D. Combustible Solid. Eyes: N. Wash skin: N. ≥ 5% SiO2] See Appendix C (Mineral Dusts) Physical Description: Dark-brown to black solid dispersed in air. 7500 OSHA PEL†: TWA 2. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. crystalline solid. cough Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes.R. <5% SiO2] 3 TWA (10 mg/m )/(%SiO2 + 2) [respirable. Symptoms. when exposed to flame. Not available.R. skin. specific coal type. skin. Conversion: DOT: 1361 133 Synonyms/Trade Names: Anthracite coal dust. slightly explosive Remove: N.R. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N.R. but dust may explode in cloud form. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh SY: Chronic bron.R.Gr: ? VP: ? MLT: >608°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid. nose. Fl. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. resp sys Clopidol C Coal dust Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: GF8281000 IDLH: N. Lignite coal dust Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: See Appendix D 3 NIOSH 0600. 3.P: NA Remove: N.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 2971-90-6 UU7711500 N.

Ing.D. in animals: liver. anthracene & benzo(a)pyrene). chrysene. Abs. [Note: NIOSH considers coal tar. Symptoms. Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: Daily Combustible Solids Remove: N. kidney & skin cancer] First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C8Co2O8 10210-68-1 GG0300000 N.. but flammable carbon monoxide is emitted during decomposition. Dicobalt Octacarbonyl.g. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 OSHA 58 TWA 0.7 mmHg MLT: 124°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid. [carc] TO: Resp sys. Cobalt tetracarbonyl dimer. pyrene. muc memb. coal tar pitch.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact the specific compound. Con SY: Derm. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl. acridine. CNS Cobalt carbonyl (as Co) 74 .Pp/SaF:Pd.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 341. decr pulm func.87 VP: 0. phenanthrene. Breath: Resp support dysp. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Air [Note: Decomposes on exposure to air or heat. bron. skin. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: di-mu-Carbonylhexacarbonyldicobalt. skin. Change: Daily Coal tar pitch volatiles Formula: Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Orange to dark-brown. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. Symptoms.1 mg/m (cyclohexane-extractable fraction) See Appendix A See Appendix C OSHA PEL: TWA 0.Gr: 1. blood. skin. and creosote to be coal tar products. bladder. Octacarbonyldicobalt Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Cobalt octacarbonyl. Dicobalt carbonyl. resp sys. stable in atmosphere of hydrogen & carbon monoxide.9 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 126°F (Decomposes) Not available. pulm edema Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. kidney inj.R. kidneys [lung.C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: 65996-93-2 GF8655000 Ca [80 mg/m3] Conversion: DOT: 2713 153 (acridine) Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific compound (e. wheez. crystalline solid.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Properties vary depending upon Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. [Note: The pure substance is white.1002] See Appendix C Physical Description: Black or dark-brown amorphous residue. cough.2 mg/m3 (benzene-soluble fraction) [1910.] Exposure Routes.

Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.P: NA 1.93 VP: >1 atm FRZ: -15°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Air [Note: Unstable gas that decomposes rapidly in air at room temperature to cobalt carbonyl & hydrogen. Symptoms.1 mg/m NIOSH 7027. silver-gray to black solid.25 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N. wheez.9 0. asthma Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Skin. low-wgt.R. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: In animals: irrit resp sys.1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Gas with an offensive odor. dysp. resp hypersensitivity. cough. dysp. 9102 OSHA ID121. derm.05% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Tetracarbonylhydrocobalt Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Tetracarbonylhydridocobalt. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Cough. 7303. diffuse Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support nodular fib. Cobalt metal fume Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. pulm edema Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. ID213 Physical Description: Odorless.Gr: 8.25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* Change: Daily IP: NA 2. BP: 5612°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. 7301.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: HCo(CO)4 16842-03-8 GG0900000 N. but finely divided dust will burn at high temperatures.5 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* Remove: When wet or contam Fl. decr pulm func.Pp:AScba MLT: 2719°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid in bulk form. resp sys Cobalt hydrocarbonyl (as Co) C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Co 7440-48-4 GF8750000 20 mg/m3 (as Co) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Cobalt metal dust. ammonium nitrate Exposure Routes. Symptoms. Ing. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. ID125G. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 172.05 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0.P: NA (Gas) Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily RGasD: 5. resp sys Cobalt metal dust and fume (as Co) 75 . skin.92 20 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. 7300. decr pulm func. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.D.5 mg/m3: 100F/ScbaF/SaF Sp.0 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Hydrocobalt tetracarbonyl. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 58.Pp VP: 0 mmHg (approx) §: ScbaF:Pd.

malleable. derm.94 100 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. wheez.Pp:AScba MLT: 1981°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid in bulk form. sodium azide.Pp/SaF:Pd. pharynx.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Properties vary depending upon Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. nasal septum perf. Con SY: Irrit eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd. metallic taste. lung. kidney & bladder cancer] First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Breath: Resp support Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Cu 7440-50-8 GL5325000 100 mg/m3 (as Cu) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Copper metal dusts. 7300. 9102 OSHA ID121.] C Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific constituent. Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: Daily Remove: N.Gr: 8. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. resp sys. resp sys. Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 OSHA 58 TWA 0. [Note: See Appendix C for more information. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support in animals: lung.D. [*Note: The REL and PEL also apply to other copper compounds (as Cu) except 7303. cough. nose.2 mg/m (benzene-soluble fraction) See Appendix A See Appendix C OSHA PEL: [1910. anemia TO: Eyes. ID125G copper fume.Coke oven emissions Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: GH0346000 IDLH: Ca [N. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Symptoms. kidney damage. skin. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. [carc] TO: Skin. but powdered form may ignite. liver.Pp VP: 0 mmHg (approx) §: ScbaF:Pd. Ing. acetylene First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.] Physical Description: Reddish. odorless solid.5 5 mg/m3: Qm* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 4703°F Wash skin: When contam 10 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* Sol: Insoluble Remove: When wet or contam Fl. as Cu) 76 .150 mg/m3 (benzene-soluble fraction) Physical Description: Emissions released during the carbonization of bituminous coal for the production of coke. Symptoms. alkalis. kidneys (incr risk with Wilson's disease) Swallow: Medical attention immed Copper (dusts and mists. dysp. urinary sys [skin.R. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 63. 7301. resp sys. lustrous. Change: Daily See Appendix E (page 351) Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes.P: NA 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* Change: Daily IP: NA 50 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie*/ScbaF/SaF Sp.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact the constituent.1029] TWA 0. Copper metal fumes Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: TWA 1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): OSHA PEL*: TWA 1 mg/m3 NIOSH 7029. liver.

Sp. Symptoms. upper resp symptoms after initial exposure TO: CVS. dry throat. decr FEV. Symptoms.R. resp sys 77 . skin.200 mg/m3 OSHA [1910. fever. zirconium [Note: See Copper (dusts and mists) for properties of Copper metal.] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 79. resp sys (incr risk with Wilson's disease) Copper fume (as Cu) C Cotton dust (raw) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: GN2275000 IDLH: 100 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1365 133 (cotton) Synonyms/Trade Names: Raw cotton dust Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA <0. IP: NA 5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: N. lass.Gr: ? 10 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ VP: 0 mmHg (approx) ScbaF/SaF MLT: Decomposes 100 mg/m3: Sa:Pd.1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.R. Sp. dysp. 7301. wheez.1043] See Appendix C Physical Description: Colorless.R. musc ache.Pp MLT: 1879°F (Decomposes) §: ScbaF:Pd.R. Copper(II) oxide fume.Pp:AScba UEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE LEL: NA CuO: Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: CuO: Acetylene. 7300.1043] See Appendix C OSHA PEL: [Z-1-A & 1910.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Remove: N.4 (CuO) ScbaF/SaF VP: 0 mmHg (approx) 100 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. odorless solid. metallic or sweet taste. bron. fever.P: NA 2.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CuO/Cu 1317-38-0 (CuO) GL7900000 (CuO) 100 mg/m3 (as Cu) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Cu: Copper fume CuO: Black copper oxide fume.P: NA 2 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: N. cough. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: ? NIOSH Skin: N. BP: Decomposes 1 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N.R. ID125G. cough. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. IP: NA 5 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Change: N.R.Pp/SaF:Pd. [Note: Exposure may occur in copper & brass plants and during the welding of copper alloys. BP: Decomposes 1 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Eyes: N.R.Gr: 6. upper resp sys. ID206 Physical Description: Finely divided black particulate dispersed in air.R. discoloration skin. chills. Fl. Con Breath: Resp support SY: Irrit eyes. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Breath: Fresh air ER: Inh SY: Byssinosis: chest tight. Copper monoxide fume.5 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N.] Exposure Routes. Cupric oxide fume [Note: Also see specific listing for Copper (dusts and mists).Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp:AScba LEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE See Appendix E (page 351) Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.1 mg/m NIOSH 7029.R. Fl.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. hair TO: Eyes. metal fume fever: chills.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. nau. mal.Pp UEL: NA §: ScbaF:Pd. 7303 OSHA ID121.

Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Ing. 3-Hydroxytoluene. CVS m-Cresol 78 . Swallow: Medical attention immed lung.Pp:AScba MLT: 473°F (Decomposes) Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.98 eV Change: Daily Sp.C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: KK4900000 500 mg/m3 C6H3Cl2OCH2CH2OSO3Na 136-78-7 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Crag® herbicide No. muc memb.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 397°F 23 ppm: CcrOv95/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 2% 57.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 108. pancreas. Symptoms.03 PaprTOvHie*/SaT:Cf*/ Provide: Eyewash VP(77°F): 0. odorless solid.Gr: 1. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. skin burns.4-Dichlorophenoxy)ethyl sodium sulfate.Pp/SaF:Pd.14 mmHg ScbaF/SaF 250 ppm: SaF:Pd. liver. resp Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support fail.70 ScbaF/SaF VP: 0. 2-(2. weak pulse. convuls Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. kidneys Crag® herbicide Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3C6H4OH 108-39-4 GO6125000 250 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. skin. acids Exposure Routes. Sesone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S356 (II-5) TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Colorless to white crystalline. 3-Methyl phenol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 2.Gr: 1. [herbicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 309.1% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. derm. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.43 mg/m3 DOT: 2076 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: meta-Cresol. kidney damage. liver.P: 187°F 115 ppm: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Remove: When wet or contam IP: 8.1 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd. kidney. resp sys. 1-Hydroxy-3-methylbenzene. irreg rapid resp. skin. tarry odor. liver.Pp FRZ: 54°F Quick drench §: ScbaF:Pd. skin. acids Exposure Routes.1 50 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Sol(77°F): 26% 100 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: When wet or contam Fl. [Note: A solid below 54°F. CNS.P: NA 250 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: Daily IP: ? 500 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie*/SaT:Cf*/ Sp. 1. skin. Ing. m-Cresylic acid.3 ppm (10 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 2546 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 ppm (22 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 32 Physical Description: Colorless to yellowish liquid with a sweet. kidneys. 3-Cresol. CNS effects: conf.Pp:AScba UEL: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE LEL(300°F): 1. Abs. eye. CNS. liver. dysp. pancreas damage TO: Eyes.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOvHie Wash skin: When contam Fl. Symptoms. depres. in animals: CNS Skin: Water wash prompt Breath: Resp support effects.

Pp:AScba UEL: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE LEL(300°F): 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. CNS effects: conf. 2-Hydroxytoluene. derm. Abs. kidneys.4% Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 396°F 23 ppm: CcrOv95/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 2% 57.43 mg/m DOT: 2076 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: para-Cresol. tarry odor. resp fail. tarry odor. skin burns. irreg rapid resp. 4-Cresol. lung. eye. pancreas damage TO: Eyes. 4-Methyl phenol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2. pancreas. Ing. skin. kidneys. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.97 eV Change: Daily Sp. Con SY: Irrit eyes. 2-Methyl phenol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 2. depres.43 mg/m3 DOT: 2076 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: ortho-Cresol. resp fail.Gr: 1. skin. muc memb. 4-Hydroxytoluene. 2-Cresol.29 mmHg Provide: Eyewash ScbaF/SaF 250 ppm: SaF:Pd.3 ppm (10 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2546 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 ppm (22 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 32 Physical Description: Crystalline solid with a sweet.1% Combustible Solid Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 108. pancreas damage TO: Eyes. irreg rapid resp. skin. Symptoms. liver. Ing. p-Cresylic acid. weak pulse. pancreas. CNS effects: conf. Swallow: Medical attention immed kidney. weak pulse. liver. [Note: A liquid above 88°F. [Note: A liquid above 95°F. CNS. o-Cresylic acid. resp sys.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 108. liver. resp sys. liver.93 eV Remove: When wet or contam Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd. CNS.Gr: 1.Pp/SaF:Pd.P: 187°F 115 ppm: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Remove: When wet or contam IP: 8. muc memb. dysp.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOvHie Fl.P: 178°F Wash skin: When contam 115 ppm: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ IP: 8. derm. CVS p-Cresol 3 79 .Pp MLT: 95°F Quick drench §: ScbaF:Pd.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOvHie Wash skin: When contam Fl. skin burns. depres. Symptoms. Breath: Resp support dysp.11 mmHg ScbaF/SaF 250 ppm: SaF:Pd.05 Change: Daily PaprTOvHie*/SaT:Cf*/ VP(77°F): 0. acids First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. kidney. acids Class IIIA Combustible Liquid o-Cresol C Exposure Routes. lung. eye.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 95-48-7 GO6300000 250 ppm CH3C6H4OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. skin.Pp:AScba UEL: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE LEL(300°F): 1.04 PaprTOvHie*/SaT:Cf*/ Provide: Eyewash VP(77°F): 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. 1-Hydroxy-2-methylbenzene. CVS First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 106-44-5 GO6475000 250 ppm CH3C6H4OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.3 ppm (10 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 2546 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 ppm (22 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 32 Physical Description: White crystals with a sweet. Abs.2 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 376°F Skin: Prevent skin contact 23 ppm: CcrOv95/Sa Sol: 2% Eyes: Prevent eye contact 57. 1-Hydroxy-4-methylbenzene.Pp MLT: 88°F Quick drench §: ScbaF:Pd.

Sp.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 70. blood chol Crufomate 80 . Abs. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.01 mmHg MLT: 140°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strongly alkaline & strongly acidic media [Note: Unstable over long periods in aqueous preparations or above 140°F. crystalline solid in pure form. in animals: dysp.87 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash VP: 19 mmHg FRZ: -101°F Quick drench UEL: 15.1% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Caustics. such as in fire conditions. skin. diarr. Symptoms. Dowco® 132.Gr: 0. resp sys. resp sys. dysp. C12H19ClNO3P Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 4-t-Butyl-2-chlorophenylmethyl methylphosphoramidate.5% LEL: 2. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. strong oxidizers. Ing.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 219°F 20 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 18% 50 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv*/CcrFOv/ Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.Crotonaldehyde Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. nitric acid. Breath: Resp support sweat.P: 45°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 9. Ruelene® Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500 ST 20 mg/m OSHA PV2015 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: White. wheez.R. skin. blurred vision. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ing.Pp:AScba Change: N. [pesticide] [Note: Commercial product is a yellow oil. resp sys. nau. lac.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 291. Propylene aldehyde Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (6 mg/m3) NIOSH 3516 See Appendix C (Aldehydes) 3 OSHA 81 OSHA PEL: TWA 2 ppm (6 mg/m ) Physical Description: Water-white liquid with a suffocating odor.] Exposure Routes. irrit skin Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.87 mg/m3 CAS#: Formula: CH3CH=CHCHO 4170-30-3 DOT: 1143 131P (inhibited) RTECS#: GP9499000 IDLH: 50 ppm C Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Butenal. Symptoms.7 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes Not available. ammonia. anor Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. β-Methyl acrolein. pulm edema. amines [Note: Polymerization may occur at elevated temperatures. Con SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 299-86-5 TB3850000 N.Gr: 1. abdom cramps. [Note: Turns pale-yellow on contact with air. skin.16 VP(243°F): 0.73 eV GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.] Exposure Routes.D.Pp/SaF:Pd.

92 mg/m3 DOT: 1918 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: Cumol.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5CH(CH3)2 98-82-8 GR8575000 900 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. salv. Isopropyl benzene.Gr: 1.86 VP: 8 mmHg FRZ: -141°F UEL: 6. muc memb. Hydrogen cyanamide [Note: Cyanamide is also a synonym for Calcium cyanamide. Carbodiimide.D. 2-Phenyl propane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (245 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1501 OSHA PEL: TWA 50 ppm (245 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a sharp. Breath: Resp support twitch. derm. eye. narco. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. Ing. acids. skin. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Cumene C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 420-04-2 GS5950000 N.P: 96°F GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Carbimide.] Exposure Routes. skin. aromatic odor.R. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 42.Pp/SaF:Pd. Ing. or alkalis. Symptoms. NH2CN Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Amidocyanogen. resp sys.Gr: 0. coma Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(59°F): 78% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Antabuse-like effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.65 eV Change: Daily Sp.2 500 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 306°F 900 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv*/CcrFOv/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 0500 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Crystalline solid. skin burns. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys.Pp:AScba Change: N. skin.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 500°F (Decomposes) Not available.] Exposure Routes. 1. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.9% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. head. IP: 8. penetrating. sulfur acid [Note: Forms cumene hydroperoxide upon long exposure to air.P: 286°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: 10. miosis. nitric acid.5% LEL: 0.2-phenylene diamine salts [Note: Polymerization may occur on evaporation of aqueous solutions.75 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sp. Abs. lac. resp sys. Abs.28 Provide: Eyewash VP: ? MLT: 113°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Above 104°F: Moisture. Symptoms. CNS Cyanamide 81 . Cyanogen nitride. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 120.

CNS.57 eV Change: N. fluorine) [Note: Slowly hydrolyzed in water to form hydrogen cyanide.22 (Liquid at 32°F) VP: 1010 mmHg Quick drench (liquid) FRZ: 20°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.Gr: 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NCCN 460-19-5 GT1925000 N.49 eV Change: N. delayed pulm edema.g. upper resp sys.3 ppm (0. dichlorine oxide.6% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. conf.52 mg/m3 DOT: 1589 125 (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: Chlorcyan. hypernea. Dicyanogen. Con Eye: Frostbite SY: Irrit eyes. vomit.R. Forms cyanide in the body. Fl. alkalis. RGasD: 2. Oxalonitrile Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (20 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PV2104 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless gas with a pungent. liquid: frostbite TO: Eyes. strong oxidizers (e. upper resp sys. head. Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.6 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless gas or liquid (below 55°F) with an irritating odor. Symptoms. Abs (liquid).5 Skin: Prevent skin contact (liquid) BP: 55°F Not available. A solid below 20°F. Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. alcohols [Note: Can react very slowly with water to form hydrogen cyanide.1 atm FRZ: -18°F UEL: 32% LEL: 6. Skin: Water wash immed (liquid) Breath: Resp support head. almond-like odor.16 Provide: Eyewash (liquid) Sp.R. dizz.] Exposure Routes. Eyes: Prevent eye contact/Frostbite Sol: 1% Wash skin: N. Chlorine cyanide. irrit skin (liquid) Swallow: Medical attention immed (liquid) TO: Eyes. lac. Chlorocyanogen Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0. tachypnea. Ing (liquid). [Note: Shipped as a liquefied gas. cherry red lips.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam (liquid) IP: 12.D. skin.P: NA (Gas) Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 13. nau.D. CVS Cyanogen Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: ClCN 506-77-4 GT2275000 N. resp sys. RGasD: 1. loss of appetite.R. Forms cyanide in the body. oxalic acid.0 Skin: Frostbite BP: -6°F Not available. low-wgt. Chlorocyanide. CVS Cyanogen chloride 82 . Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support bradycardia. dizz.95 (Liquid at -6°F) VP(70°F): 5.Gr: 0. May be stabilized to prevent polymerization. CNS.82 Provide: Frostbite wash Sp. lass. cough. Ethanedinitrile. Dicyan. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. irreg heartbeat. nose. ammonia.] Exposure Routes.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 61. acids.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 52. water. Symptoms.13 mg/m3 DOT: 1026 119 Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbon nitride. Con (liquid) Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. or ammonia. resp sys.. Eyes: Prevent eye contact (liquid) Sol: 7% Wash skin: When contam (liquid) Fl. convuls.

78 VP: 78 mmHg FRZ: 44°F UEL: 8% LEL: 1. IP: ? ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Symptoms. chloroform-like odor.4 mg/m3) [15-minute] OSHA PEL: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a strong.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp.P: 110°F Change: N.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H12 110-82-7 GU6300000 1300 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. reducing agents. strong acids. Ing. derm. drow. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 116. laryngitis. wheez. resp sys.98 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 10 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -181°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. alkali metals Exposure Routes. narco.88 eV Sp.P: 0°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. CNS Cyclohexanethiol 83 . Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support convuls. resp sys. vomit. C6H11SH Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Ing.R. IP: 9. skin. skin.Gr: 0.5 ppm (2.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. nau. Abs.3% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Exposure Routes. coma Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. skin. skin. cough. dysp Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Cyclohexane C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 1569-69-3 GV7525000 N.2 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 316°F 12.75 mg/m3 DOT: 3054 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Cyclohexylmercaptan.2 1300 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 177°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.R.44 mg/m3 DOT: 1145 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: Benzene hexahydride.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.D. Cyclohexylthiol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 0. Hexanaphthene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 300 ppm (1050 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1500 OSHA PEL: TWA 300 ppm (1050 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a sweet.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 84. lass. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.Gr: 0. head. [Note: A solid below 44°F. resp sys. Hexahydrobenzene. dizz. offensive odor. resp sys. Hexamethylene.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl.

narco. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.or acetone-like odor. Abs. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. 1405 OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 ppm (200 mg/m ) Physical Description: Sticky solid or colorless to light-yellow liquid (above 77°F) with OSHA 7 a camphor-like odor. liver. nose. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 98. head. Symptoms. Hexalin.o. n. resp sys. skin.4% LEL(212°F): 1. kidneys Cyclohexanone 84 .2 625 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 312°F 700 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv£/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: 15% Remove: When wet or contam Fl.Pp/SaF:Pd. Cyclohexyl ketone. muc memb.2 400 ppm: CcrOv*/PaprOv*/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 322°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 4% Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.) Synonyms/Trade Names: Anol. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.R.P: 146°F ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.96 VP: 1 mmHg MLT: 77°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (such as hydrogen peroxide & nitric acid) Exposure Routes. narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.Gr: 0. skin. in Breath: Resp support animals: liver. Hydroxycyclohexane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (200 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1402. Ing. coma.95 VP: 5 mmHg FRZ: -49°F UEL: 9. Hydralin. Pimelic ketone Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 25 ppm (100 mg/m3) [skin] 3 NIOSH 1300.14 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sp.1% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers.02 mg/m3 DOT: 1915 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Anone. 2555 OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 ppm (200 mg/m ) OSHA 1 Physical Description: Water-white to pale-yellow liquid with a peppermint. Cyclohexyl alcohol.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin.00 eV Sp. skin. Hexahydrophenol.P: 154°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: Daily IP: 10. throat.s.Pp:AScba Change: N. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Cyclohexanol CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 108-94-1 GW1050000 700 ppm C6H10O Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 100. Symptoms. Abs.Gr: 0. Ing.10 mg/m3 DOT: 1993 128 (combustible liquid. Con Skin: Water wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 108-93-0 GV7875000 400 ppm C6H11OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. derm. CNS. IP: 9. nitric acid Exposure Routes.

Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl. resp sys. Aminohexahydrobenzene.R. aluminum.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 274°F Not available.5% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers.Gr: 0. diarr. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Cyclohexene C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H11NH2 108-91-8 GX0700000 N.] Exposure Routes. resp sys. drow. Tetrahydrobenzene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 300 ppm (1015 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1500 OSHA PEL: TWA 300 ppm (1015 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a sweet odor. nau.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin. skin. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. dizz.37 eV Change: N.36 mg/m3 DOT: 2256 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: Benzene tetrahydride.06 mg/m3 DOT: 2357 132 Synonyms/Trade Names: Aminocyclohexane. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ing. skin. skin burns.R. Hexahydrobenzenamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (40 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 2010 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless or yellow liquid with a strong.2 2000 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 181°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) §: ScbaF:Pd. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys.P: 11°F Change: N. resp sys. skin Breath: Resp support sens.] Exposure Routes. acid anhydrides. cough. zinc & galvanized steel.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H10 110-83-8 GW2500000 2000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. Symptoms. Ing.95 eV Sp. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. muc memb. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 8.P: 88°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 8. skin. Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. acid chlorides. drow Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Sp. fishy.4% LEL: 1.87 Provide: Eyewash VP: 11 mmHg FRZ: 0°F Quick drench UEL: 9.81 VP: 67 mmHg FRZ: -154°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers [Note: Forms explosive peroxides with oxygen upon storage.Pp:AScba Fl. amine-like odor. Hexahydroaniline. organic compounds. lead [Note: Corrosive to copper. Abs.Gr: 0. Symptoms. acids. OSHA PV2016 Cyclohexylamine Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 99.D. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 82. CNS 85 . pulm edema. eye.

Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Cyclopentadiene 86 . heat [Note: Detonates on contact with mercury fulminate. sulfuric acid [Note: Polymerizes to dicyclopentadiene upon standing.5-triazacyclohexane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1. Symptoms. tremor.5-trinitro-s-triazine.70 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1. lass. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 222. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 66. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine. irrity.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 107°F 750 ppm: CcrOv/GmFOv/PaprOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl.D. dizz. [Note: A powerful high explosive.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.56 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. crystalline powder.3.Gr: 1.5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500 ST 3 mg/m [skin] OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: White. CNS Cyclonite Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C5H6 542-92-7 GY1000000 750 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.Gr: 0. Sp. Abs.P(oc): 77°F Sa/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd.3.] Exposure Routes.] Exposure Routes.3-Cyclopentadiene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 75 ppm (200 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2523 OSHA PEL: TWA 75 ppm (200 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an irritating.C Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C3H6N6O6 121-82-4 XY9450000 N. Trimethylenetrinitramine. Symptoms.P: Explodes Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. nau.80 VP: 400 mmHg FRZ: -121°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. fuming nitric acid.82 Provide: Eyewash VP(230°F): 0. convuls Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. RDX. skin. nose Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. combustible materials. Ing. vomit.R.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 8. 1. Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support insom.0004 mmHg MLT: 401°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid [EXPLOSIVE!] Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Hexahydro-1. terpene-like odor. head.3. Ing.5-Trinitro-1.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available.

cracking skin Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: Daily Fl. crystalline powder. Con SY: Irrit eyes. CNS Formula: C5H10 DOT: 1146 128 CAS#: 287-92-3 RTECS#: GY2390000 IDLH: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. fluorine) Exposure Routes.75 VP(88°F): 400 mmHg FRZ: -137°F UEL: 8. skin burns. Ing.87 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Pentamethylene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 600 ppm (1720 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild. Ing.Gr: 0. kidneys Cyhexatin 87 . resp sys. ultraviolet light First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. nau. chlorine.1 mg/m (as Sn)] NIOSH 5504 Physical Description: Colorless to white.P: -35°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10.Pp VP: 0 mmHg (approx) §: ScbaF:Pd.2 3. skin. Symptoms. Tricyclohexylhydroxystannane. head.7% LEL: 1. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. nose.52 eV Change: N. resp sys. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 70. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. throat. sweet odor. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 385.Pp/SaF:Pd.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 121°F Not available. euph. abdom Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support pain. C CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: 80 mg/m3 Formula: 13121-70-5 WH8750000 [25 mg/m3 (as Sn)] (C6H11)3SnOH Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: TCHH. Tricyclohexylhydroxytin.D.Cyclopentane Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. inco. bromine.R. sore throat. liver. Tricyclohexylstannium hydroxide. resp sys. Sp.Pp:AScba MLT: 383°F Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.1% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (e. in animals: liver.2 mg/m3: CcrOv95/Sa BP: 442°F (Decomposes) Eyes: N. cough.32 mg/m [0. skin. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. skin.R. dizz. dizz. dry. Tricyclohexyltin hydroxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0..P: NA 16 mg/m3: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Change: Daily IP: NA PaprTOvHie/SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Sp. vomit. Abs. nearly odorless. pruritus.g. Breath: Resp support stupor.Gr: ? 80 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. Symptoms. Wash skin: When contam 8 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprOvHie Sol: Insoluble Remove: When wet or contam Fl. vomit.

99 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. 2. convuls.Gr: 1.5 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 230°F (Decomposes) ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Ing.4-D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (C6H4Cl)2CHCCl3 50-29-3 KJ3325000 Ca [500 mg/m3] Conversion: DOT: 2761 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: p.D CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 94-75-7 AG6825000 100 mg/m3 Cl2C6H3OCH2COOH Conversion: DOT: 2765 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid. crystalline. mal.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes 100 mg/m3: CcrOv95/GmFOv100/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.1.Gr: 0. lung Swallow: Medical attention immed & lymphatic tumors] DDT 88 . [herbicide] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 221. odorless powder. convuls.P: 162-171°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. anxi. skin.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. Ing.4 mmHg MLT: 280°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid. pares tongue. skin.5 mg/m See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 1 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Colorless crystals or off-white powder with a slight.1-Trichloro-2.0000002 mmHg MLT: 227°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. kidneys. kidney inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Skin. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Lass. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. CNS.p'-DDT.05% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Breath: Resp support conf. Symptoms.57 Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE VP(320°F): 0. lass. PNS [in animals: liver. CNS.P: NA PaprOvHie/Sa/ScbaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. stupor. derm. kidneys 2.4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5001 OSHA PEL: TWA 10 mg/m Physical Description: White to yellow. alkalis Exposure Routes.Pp/SaF:Pd. Abs. lips. 1. Symptoms. head. hyporeflexia. Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane. tremor. aromatic odor. in Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support animals: liver. but may be dissolved in flammable liquids. vomit. paresis hands.2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)ethane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S274 (II-3) TWA 0.Pp:AScba Change: Daily Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd. [pesticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 354. liver. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. musc twitch. Abs. face. liver. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. [carc] TO: Eyes. dizz.

05 ppm) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 None available ST 0. water. nitric acid Exposure Routes. strong acids & bases.Pp/SaF:Pd.05 ppm) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless to white crystalline solid with an intense.15 ppm) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0.D.94 §: ScbaF:Pd. nau. dizz. alkali metals. Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support lass.] Exposure Routes.00 mg/m3 DOT: 1868 134 Synonyms/Trade Names: Decaboron tetradecahydride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Ing. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 122. bitter.88 eV 15 mg/m3: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily Sp. Ing.2 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 415°F 3 mg/m3: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Slight Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. head. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS. tremor. Abs. local musc spasm.3 mg/m (0. 1-Mercaptodecane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0. inco.P: 176°F 7. skin.P: 209°F Change: N. n-Decylmercaptan. chocolate-like odor. drow.Gr: 0. halogenated compounds (especially carbon tetrachloride) [Note: May ignite SPONTANEOUSLY on exposure to air.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl.5 ppm (3.2 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE MLT: 211°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. Symptoms.84 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: ? FRZ: -15°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers.Pp:AScba Sp. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support convuls.Pp/SaF:Pd.4 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 465°F 12.Gr: 0. liver. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. resp sys. Decomposes slowly in hot water. liver. IP: ? ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Con SY: Irrit eyes. lass. drow.3 mg/m3 (0. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Dizz. lass. convuls Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.6 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a strong odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 174.13 mg/m3 DOT: 1228 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Decylmercaptan. in animals: dysp. nau. skin.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.9 mg/m (0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Conversion: 1 ppm = 7.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: B10H14 17702-41-9 HD1400000 15 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. kidneys Decaborane D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3(CH2)9SH 143-10-2 N. vomit. conf.R. CNS 1-Decanethiol 89 . head. Symptoms.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf Remove: When wet or contam IP: 9. Abs. resp sys.

Pp:AScba VP: 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (C2H5O)2PSOC2H4SC2H5 8065-48-3 TF3150000 10 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: O-O-Diethyl-O(and S)-2-(ethylthio)ethyl phosphorothioate mixture. chest tight. vomit.Pp/SaF:Pd. ataxia. head.1 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Amber. 4-Hydroxy-4-methyl-2-pentanone. lass. CVS. CNS. cyan.P: 113°F 5 mg/m3: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: ? 10 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. 2-Methyl-2-pentanol-4-one Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (240 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1402. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.Pp:AScba IP: ? Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sp. musc fasc.0003 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Quick drench FRZ: <-13°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. wheez. skin. lar Breath: Resp support spasm. coma. convuls. nose. Systox® Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. 1405 OSHA PEL: TWA 50 ppm (240 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a faint. liver 90 .9% LEL: 1. resp sys.75 mg/m3 DOT: 1148 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Diacetone. salv. Ing. rhin.R.2 1250 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 334°F 1800 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv£/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Remove: When wet or contam Fl. resp sys. dizz. miosis. blood chol Demeton CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: SA9100000 1800 ppm [10%LEL] CH3COCH2C(CH3)2OH 123-42-2 Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. nau.01% 2.Pp/SaF:Pd. local sweat. Abs. skin.3 1 mg/m3: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. skin. skin. CNS. Symptoms.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. Symptoms. diarr. para.Gr: 1. throat. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. in animals: narco.Pp Provide: Eyewash Sp. conf.P: 125°F ScbaF/SaF Change: N. water First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. minty odor.8% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.12 §: ScbaF:Pd. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 258. §: ScbaF:Pd. card irreg Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. low BP.1 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5514 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. Ing. alkalis. abdom cramps. Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support liver damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. anor. oily liquid with a sulfur-like odor.94 VP: 1 mmHg FRZ: -47°F UEL: 6.Gr: 0. corn damage. Diacetone alcohol Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 116. ache eyes. strong alkalis Exposure Routes.

] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 138. spleen changes. skin & Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed lymphatic sys tumors] 2. terato effects. liver. Con SY: Irrit skin. kidneys. Symptoms. [carc] Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support TO: Skin. thyroid. liver damage.Pp:AScba Sol: ? Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl. liver changes.3'-Dimethoxybenzidine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 5013 See Appendix A OSHA 71 See Appendix C OSHA PEL: See Appendix C Physical Description: Colorless crystals that turn a violet color on standing.3-benzene-diamine.Gr: ? Change: Daily VP: ? Provide: Eyewash MLT: 153°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.3-Diamino-4-methoxybenzene. in animals: kidney. thyroid. 3. Ing. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: In animals: irrit skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Symptoms.] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1.3 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: ? Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: ? Change: Daily VP: ? Provide: Eyewash MLT: 279°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Combustible Solid First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.D. 4-Methoxy-1.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 244. [carc] Skin: Soap wash immed TO: Skin. repro sys [in animals: thyroid. [Note: The primary use (including its salts such as 2.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (NH2)2C6H3OCH3 615-05-4 BZ8580500 Ca [N.P: 403°F Wash skin: When contam/Daily IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp.Pp:AScba Sol: Insoluble Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl. liver [in animals: bladder.Pp/SaF:Pd. thyroid. liver. 3.4-diaminoanisole sulfate) is a component of hair & fur dye formulations. liver. liver.P: ? Wash skin: When contam/Daily IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp. stomach & Swallow: Medical attention immed mammary gland tumors] o-Dianisidine 91 .3'-Dianisidine.) Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): Minimize occupational exposure (especially skin exposures) None available See Appendix A OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless solid (needles). [Note: Used as a basis for many dyes.2 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: ? Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd. 4-Methoxy-m-phenylene-diamine (Synonyms of salts vary depending upon the specific compound.4-Diaminoanisole (and its salts) D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (NH2C6H3OCH3)2 119-90-4 DD0875000 Ca [N. Abs. thyroid.] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dianisidine. Abs. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Ing.D.

exposure to sunlight. Diazirine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Azomethylene. lass. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. IP: 9. dizz. resp sys Diazomethane 92 .4 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes Not available. Symptoms.2 ppm (0. CNS. O. resp sys.0001 mmHg FRZ: ? Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids & alkalis. [insecticide] [Note: Technical grade is pale to dark brown.R. Abs. liquid: frostbite TO: Eyes. Ing.00 eV Provide: Frostbite wash RGasD: 1. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support dysp.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Frostbite MW: 42. CVS. lass. cough. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.4 mg/m ) Physical Description: Yellow gas with a musty odor.1 mg/m3 [skin] NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL†: none OSHA 62 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a faint ester-like odor.] Exposure Routes.4 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2515 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Sol: Reacts Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.] Exposure Routes. pulm edema. Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support chest pain. pneu. water. asthma.1 2 ppm: Sa*/ScbaF Eyes: Frostbite BP: -9°F §: ScbaF:Pd.004% Wash skin: When contam Fl. flush skin. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.2 ppm (0. salv.P: NA (Gas) Change: N.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 304. drying agents such as calcium arsenate [Note: May explode violently on heating. blurred vision. fever. nau. miosis. C12H21N2O3PS Conversion: DOT: 2783 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: Basudin®. Con (liquid) Eye: Frostbite SY: Irrit eyes.Gr: 1. convuls.P: 180°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. head. Diazide®. Spectracide® Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Symptoms.D. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. abdom cramps.R.O-Diethyl-O-2-isopropyl-4-methyl-6-pyrimidinyl-phosphorothioate.45 VP: >1 atm FRZ: -229°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Flammable Gas [EXPLOSIVE!] Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkali metals.Pp/SaF:Pd.12 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.Pp:AScba Wash skin: N. copper-containing compounds [Note: Hydrolyzes slowly in water & dilute acid. or contact with rough edges such as ground glass.D CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 333-41-5 TF3325000 N. conf. short breath. blood chol Diazinon® Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2N2 334-88-3 PA7000000 2 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.72 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Azimethylene. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.

nitrogen. hemorr TO: Resp sys.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 27. kidney damage. head.1 ppm (0.] Exposure Routes. tongue. Abs. Dibromochloropropane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): See Appendix A None available OSHA PEL: [1910. spleen.1 ppm (0.R.05 Change: Daily VP: 0. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. BP: -135°F 1 ppm: Sa Eyes: N. liver. liver.67 mg/m3 DOT: 2872 159 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Chloro-2. pulm edema. nose. lungs.Pp/SaF:Pd. fever. chills.1 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 6006 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.D.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. kidneys. aluminum.4 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 384°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. acids [Note: Will ignite spontaneously in moist air at room temperature.Pp:AScba VP(62°F): 39.P(oc): 170°F Wash skin: When contam/Daily IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam See Appendix E (page 351) Sp. Boron hydride.97 §: ScbaF:Pd. nau. pharynx. oxidized surfaces.8% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. IP: 11. argon.R. Reacts with water to form hydrogen & boric acid. skin. liver.1044] TWA 0.1 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a repulsive.Gr: 2.R. repro sys.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 236. CNS. vomit. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support kidney inj.1% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl. RGasD: 0. DBCP.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: B2H6 19287-45-7 HQ9275000 15 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. pulm edema. Sol: Reacts 2. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh SY: Chest tight. [Note: Usually shipped in pressurized cylinders diluted with hydrogen. musc fasc. sweet odor. tremor. Fl. dizz. skin. CNS. sterility.2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane 93 . nau. [pesticide] [Note: A solid below 43°F.8 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: 43°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as Class IIIA Combustible Liquid aluminum.Pp:AScba Sol: 0.] Conversion: 1 ppm = 9. Symptoms.5 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: N. halogenated compounds. or helium. Diboron hexahydride Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. lass. throat. nonproductive cough. digestive sys [in animals: cancer of the nasal cavity. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. resp sys. kidneys Diborane D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2BrCHBrCH2Cl 96-12-8 TX8750000 Ca [N. magnesium & tin alloys [Note: Corrosive to metals. short breath. precordial pain.P: NA (Gas) 5 ppm: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Remove: N. in animals: liver.38 eV 15 ppm: Sa:Pd.001 ppm Physical Description: Dense yellow or amber liquid with a pungent odor at high concentrations.] Exposure Routes. Symptoms.3-dibromopropane. adrenal & mammary glands] 1. stomach.R. drow.13 mg/m3 DOT: 1911 119 Synonyms/Trade Names: Boroethane. lithium. Ing.Pp Change: N.Pp/SaF:Pd.5 atm Escape: GmFS/ScbaE FRZ: -265°F UEL: 88% LEL: 0.7 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N.

skin Swallow: Medical attention immed 2.R. crystalline solid with a slight.4% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Ing. phenolic odor. Symptoms. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.6-Di-tert-butyl-p-cresol 94 .86 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. 4-Methyl-2.D CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 102-81-8 KK3850000 N. Abs. in animals: decr growth rate. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: BHT.P: 195°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. Dibutylated hydroxytoluene.Gr: 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.P: 261°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. amine-like odor. skin.4 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 509°F Not available. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed 2-N-Dibutylaminoethanol Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: [C(CH3)3]2CH3C6H2OH 128-37-0 GO7875000 N.3 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 446°F Not available. incr liver weight Skin: Soap wash Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes. Butylated hydroxytoluene.D. Symptoms. 2-Di-N-butylaminoethanol. skin.Gr: 1.N-Dibutylethanolamine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (14 mg/m3) [skin] NIOSH 2007 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a faint.05 VP: 0. (C4H9)2NCH2CH2OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 7. [food preservative] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 220. Ing. skin.01 mmHg MLT: 158°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Exposure Routes. Con Skin: Soap flush immed SY: In animals: irrit eyes.D. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 173.00004% Wash skin: When contam Fl.1 mmHg FRZ: ? Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. N.09 mg/m3 DOT: 2873 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dibutylaminoethanol. Sp. skin. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. derm. nose. 2-Dibutylaminoethanol.6-di-tert-butyl phenol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 NIOSH P&CAM226 (II-1) OSHA PEL†: none OSHA PV2108 Physical Description: White to pale-yellow. corn nec. low-wgt Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. 2-Di-N-butylaminoethyl alcohol.

Gr: 1. IP: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Provide: Quick drench Sp.05 §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp Sp.R. 125 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/PaprHie£ Sol(77°F): 0.3 50 mg/m3: 95F Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 644°F Wash skin: N. alkalis & acids. strong oxidizers.R.5% Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates.Pp/SaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 210.Gr: 1. Ing. resp sys. aromatic odor. odorless liquid. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.06 VP: 1 mmHg (approx) FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.P: 315°F 250 mg/m3: 100F/ScbaF/SaF Change: N. GI tract Swallow: Medical attention immed 95 . Dibutyl phosphoric acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (5 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5017 ST 2 ppm (10 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1 ppm (5 mg/m ) Physical Description: Pale-amber. Symptoms. Dibutyl-1. skin. MW: 278. skin. stomach Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Di-n-butyl hydrogen phosphate. Con Skin: Wash regularly SY: Irrit eyes. Ing.P: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. oily liquid with a slight.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: TB9605000 30 ppm (C4H9O)2(OH)PO 107-66-4 Conversion: 1 ppm = 8. liquid chlorine Exposure Routes. IP: ? 4000 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. Fl.R.Pp:AScba VP: 0. Di-n-butyl phthalate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 3 NIOSH 5020 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 mg/m Physical Description: Colorless to faint-yellow.57 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: DBP. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Dibutyl phosphate D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4(COOC4H9)2 84-74-2 TI0875000 4000 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 11.001% Remove: N. upper resp sys.2 10 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 212°F (Decomposes) 25 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 30 ppm: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.Pp:AScba Change: N. resp sys.R.2-benzene-dicarboxylate.R.00007 mmHg Escape: 100F/ScbaE FRZ: -31°F UEL: ? LEL(456°F): 0. head Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.60 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dibutyl acid o-phosphate. Symptoms. OSHA 104 Dibutyl phthalate Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N.

Con SY: Head. Ing.1 ppm (0. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. acid fumes Exposure Routes.D.D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C2Cl2 7572-29-4 AP1080000 Ca [N.2% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.01 mg/m DOT: 1591 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: o-DCB. aromatic odor. aluminum. kidneys Swallow: Medical attention immed o-Dichlorobenzene 3 96 . loss of appetite.30 VP: 1 mmHg FRZ: 1°F UEL: 9.Gr: 1. DCA is not produced commercially. intense jaw pain. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS [in animals: kidney tumors] Dichloroacetylene Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4Cl2 95-50-1 CZ4500000 200 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. Abs. nose.0 200 ppm: CcrFOv/PaprOv£/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 357°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.2-Dichlorobenzene.Pp:AScba Fl. vomit. cranial Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support nerve palsy. kidney damage. chlorides.P: 151°F Change: N. [Note: A gas above 90°F.88 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: DCA. brain inj. Ing. OSHA 7 [herbicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 147. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 9.2% LEL: 2. Abs. liver. ortho-Dichlorobenzene. heat.P: ? Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: ? Change: N. o-Dichlorobenzol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 50 ppm (300 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1003 OSHA PEL: C 50 ppm (300 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless to pale-yellow liquid with a pleasant. resp sys. Dichloroethyne [Note: DCA is a possible decomposition product of trichloroethylene or trichloroethane. acids.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 94. low-wgt.Pp/SaF:Pd.] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Gr: 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. liver. Sp. sweetish odor. skin. skin blisters Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.06 eV Sp.01% ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam §: ScbaF:Pd. in animals: kidney. shock Exposure Routes.4 mg/m ) None available See Appendix A OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Volatile oil with a disagreeable. Symptoms.26 Provide: Eyewash VP: ? FRZ: -58 to -87°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. liver.R. nau.R.9 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 90°F (Explodes) ¥: ScbaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: ? Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 C 0. 1.

GI upset. Dichlorocide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 1003 See Appendix A 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 75 ppm (450 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless or white crystalline solid with a mothball-like odor. resp sys.25 Provide: Eyewash VP: 1. Symptoms. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 253.Gr: 1.5% Combustible Solid.07% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. liver. head. crystalline solid.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4Cl2 106-46-7 CZ4550000 Ca [150 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. Symptoms.4'-diamine. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (such as chlorine or permanganate) Exposure Routes.o'-Dichlorobenzidine.D.Pp/SaF:Pd. 1. caustic burns.4'-biphenyldiamine. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Liver.98 eV Change: Daily Sp. low-wgt.3'-Dichloro-4.4-Dichlorobenzene. o. GI tract [in animals: liver & bladder cancer] Swallow: Medical attention immed 97 . [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 147. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.1007] See Appendix B Physical Description: Gray to purple.008% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl.3'-Dichlorobiphenyl-4. [carc] TO: Bladder. Abs.0 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 345°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. eyes. Breath: Resp support dysuria.] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 4.Pp/SaF:Pd.4'-diaminobiphenyl Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 5509 See Appendix A OSHA 65 OSHA PEL: [1910.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. frequent urination.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 788°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol(59°F): 0. para-Dichlorobenzene.1 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. swell periorb. derm. upper resp infection. Dichlorobenzidine base. profuse rhinitis. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Skin sens. nau. anor. Ing. Breath: Resp support vomit. Ing. skin. skin [in animals: liver & kidney cancer] p-Dichlorobenzene D 3. but may take some effort to ignite. 3. dizz. 3. kidney inj.Gr: ? VP: ? Quick drench MLT: 271°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.01 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: p-DCB.4'-Diamino-3.P: 150°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: 8. jaun. hema. Abs.3'-Dichloro-4.3 mmHg MLT: 128°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: 2.3'-Dichlorobenzidine (and its salts) NH ClC H C H ClNH 2 6 3 6 3 2 Formula: CAS#: 91-94-1 RTECS#: DD0525000 IDLH: Ca [N. in animals: liver.P: ? See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp. kidneys. head. 3. lung.3'-dichlorobiphenyl. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Eye irrit. cirr.

Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 197. Refrigerant 12 Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1000 ppm (4950 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1018 OSHA PEL: TWA 1000 ppm (4950 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless gas with an ether-like odor at extremely high concentrations. Genetron® 12. IP: 11.2% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Freon® 12.R.4 mg/m 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. powdered aluminum.Pp:AScba Remove: N.2 VP: 5. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.R.5 Escape: GmFS100/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash VP: ? MLT: 270°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. muc memb. card arrest.95 mg/m3 DOT: 1028 126 Synonyms/Trade Names: Difluorodichloromethane. uncon. liquid: frostbite Breath: Resp support TO: CVS.P: NA Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.2 mg/m Physical Description: White powder with a chlorine-like odor.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Frostbite MW: 120.3-Dichloro-5. calcium.Pp/SaF:Pd. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: C5H6Cl2N2O2 DOT: CAS#: 118-52-5 RTECS#: MU0700000 IDLH: 5 mg/m3 98 . zinc & magnesium First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? 2 mg/m3: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.000 ppm: Sa Eyes: Frostbite BP: -22°F 15. easily oxidized materials such as ammonia salts & sulfides Exposure Routes. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. Propellant 12. card arrhy. Symptoms.75 eV Provide: Frostbite wash RGasD: 4. DDH. Fl.P: 346°F 5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 1. tremor.000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Con (liquid) Skin: Frostbite SY: Dizz. Symptoms. Ing.Pp:AScba Change: Daily Sp. strong acids. Sol(77°F): 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. potassium.03% §: ScbaF:Pd. Halane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.2 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 None available ST 0.7 atm FRZ: -252°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as sodium.5-dimethylhydantoin Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dactin.R. asphy. resp sys Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Halon® 122.000 ppm: Sa:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: N.9 10.D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CCl2F2 75-71-8 PA8200000 15. Fluorocarbon 12. PNS Dichlorodifluoromethane 1.

Gr(77°F): 1.1-Dichloroethane D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: ClCH=CHCl 540-59-0 KV9360000 1000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. CNS First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 99 .P: 36-39°F Remove: When wet (flamm) Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 9. Symptoms. kidney.1-Ethylidene dichloride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (400 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 1003 See Appendix C (Chloroethanes) 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL: TWA 100 ppm (400 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless. Ing. oily liquid with a chloroform-like odor. kidneys.97 mg/m3 DOT: 1150 130P Synonyms/Trade Names: Acetylene dichloride.P: 2°F 3000 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 11. strong caustics Exposure Routes.6% hydroxide. cis-Acetylene dichloride. chloroform-like odor. resp sys. Con Skin: Soap flush prompt SY: Irrit skin. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA MW: 97. lung damage Breath: Resp support TO: Skin.6% 2500 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: When contam Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. Symptoms. Sp.18 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 182 mmHg FRZ: -143°F UEL: 11.65 eV Change: N.R. Ing. sym-Dichloroethylene Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (790 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1003 OSHA PEL: TWA 200 ppm (790 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid (usually a mixture of the cis & trans isomers) with a slightly acrid.27 VP: 180-265 mmHg FRZ: -57 to -115°F UEL: 12.Pp:AScba Fl.2-Dichloroethylene Exposure Routes. trans-Acetylene dichloride.Pp:AScba Change: N.4% LEL: 5. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 99. strong alkalis.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CHCl2CH3 75-34-3 KI0175000 3000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.] Class IB Flammable Liquid 1.Pp/SaF:Pd.06 eV §: ScbaF:Pd.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 135°F 1000 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. copper [Note: Usually contains inhibitors to prevent polymerization.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con SY: Irrit eyes.4% Wash skin: When contam GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. lungs. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Gr: 1.8% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. potassium LEL: 5. CNS depres. Ethylidene chloride. liver. Sp.4% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. resp sys. CNS depres TO: Eyes. 1.05 mg/m3 DOT: 2362 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: Asymmetrical dichloroethane. liver. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed 1.R.0 Skin: Prevent skin contact 2000 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ BP: 118-140°F Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.

P: NA Remove: N. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit nose. LEL: NA potassium. Freon® 21.21 mg/m DOT: 1029 126 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dichlorofluoromethane. throat. Genetron® 21.7 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -58°F UEL: ? LEL: 2.R. card arrest.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH MW: 102. zinc & magnesium.7% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers [Note: Decomposes in presence of moisture to form hydrochloric acid.85 mg/m3 DOT: 1916 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: bis(2-Chloroethyl)ether. Fluorodichloromethane. Halon® 112.6 atm FRZ: -211°F UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as sodium.22 VP: 0. acid.Pp/SaF:Pd.57 Provide: Frostbite wash Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP(70°F): 1.D CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 111-44-4 KN0875000 Ca [100 ppm] (ClCH2CH2)2O Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.] Exposure Routes.Gr: 1. Ing. cough. liver damage. §: ScbaF:Pd. nau.P: 131°F Change: N. Symptoms. 2. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. liquid: frostbite TO: Resp sys. CVS First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support 100 . Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. lac. IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp. acid fumes Nonflammable Gas Dichloromonofluoromethane 3 Exposure Routes. calcium. powdered aluminum. Con (liquid) SY: Asphy. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. in animals: Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support pulm edema. 5000 ppm: Sa:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 143.2'-Dichloroethyl ether Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 1004 TWA 5 ppm (30 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 7 ST 10 ppm (60 mg/m ) [skin] See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 ppm (90 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a chlorinated solvent-like odor.R. 500 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Fl. Refrigerant 21 Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (40 mg/m3) NIOSH 2516 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1000 ppm (4200 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a slight. [Note: A liquid below 48°F.2'-Dichlorodiethyl ether.Pp IP: 12.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 352°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: 1% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. resp sys. card arrhy.R.9 Skin: Frostbite 100 ppm: Sa BP: 48°F Eyes: Frostbite 250 ppm: Sa:Cf Sol(86°F): 0. vomit.Pp:AScba RGasD: 3. Abs.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms.7% Wash skin: N.39 eV Change: N. ether-like odor. liver [in animals: liver tumors] Dichloroethyl ether CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 75-43-4 PA8400000 5000 ppm CHCl2F Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.R. 2. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.0 ¥: ScbaF:Pd.

pulm Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support edema. eye. 1. irritating. kidneys [in animals: cancer of the bladder. skin. VP: 28 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: -119°F Quick drench UEL: 14.] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Ing.5% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Aluminum.43 VP: 15 mmHg FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers [Note: Corrosive to iron in presence of moisture. resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd. liver.R.Gr: 1.9 20 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 255°F 25 ppm: Sa:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. liver.54 mg/m3 DOT: 2047 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: 3-Chloroallyl chloride.Gr: 1.2% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Fl.3% oxidizers [Note: Epichlorohydrin may be added as a stabilizer. skin.21 Change: N. kidneys. skin. [insecticide] [Note: Exists as mixture of cis. kidney damage. [fumigant] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 143.] Class IC Flammable Liquid 1.P: 77°F Wash skin: When contam IP: ? Remove: When wet (flamm) Sp. skin burns. halogens. lung & forestomach] First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 101 . sweet.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 111. resp sys.3-Dichloro-1-propene.89 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dichloronitroethane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (10 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1601 OSHA PEL†: C 10 ppm (60 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an unpleasant odor.] Exposure Routes. CNS. liver. heart.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Telone® Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 None available TWA 1 ppm (5 mg/m ) [skin] See Appendix A OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless to straw-colored liquid with a sharp.3-Dichloropropylene. liver. Symptoms.0 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 226°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Symptoms. head.1. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: In animals: irrit eyes.3-Dichloropropene Exposure Routes. kidney damage.P: 136°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. 1.Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. resp sys.D. DCP.3% §: ScbaF:Pd. LEL: 5. Ing. chloroform-like odor. dizz. skin. in animals. Abs.1-Dichloro-1-nitroethane Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. [carc] TO: Eyes.R. lac. IP: ? Sp.& trans-isomers. magnesium. liver. CVS Formula: CH3CCl2NO2 DOT: 2650 153 CAS#: 594-72-9 RTECS#: KI0500000 IDLH: 25 ppm D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: ClHC=CHCH2Cl 542-75-6 UC8310000 Ca [N. hemorr Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Pp:AScba Sol: 0.

card arrest. diarr.Pp:AScba Remove: N. Symptoms. [herbicide] [Note: A white to tan powder below 46°F. Reacts slowly in water to form hydrochloric & pyruvic acids. CNS depres Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd.α-Dichloropropionic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (6 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PV2017 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an acrid odor. skin. CVS Dichlorotetrafluoroethane 102 . IP: 12. RGasD: 5. skin burns.40 Provide: Eyewash VP: ? FRZ: 46°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Metals [Note: Very corrosive to aluminum & copper alloys.R.] Exposure Routes. Freon® 114. card arrhy. vomit. Fl.20 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. CNS Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CClF2CClF2 76-14-2 KI1101000 15. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 50% Wash skin: When contam Fl.D.2-Dichloropropionic acid Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. is often used.000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 6.9 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Frostbite BP: 38°F 10.P: NA §: ScbaF:Pd.93 Provide: Frostbite wash VP(70°F): 1.000 ppm: Sa Eyes: Frostbite Sol: 0. Halon® 242. 2.2-Dichlorotetrafluoroethane. asphy.99 mg/m3 DOT: 1958 126 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1.9 atm FRZ: -137°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as sodium. zinc & magnesium. [Note: A liquid below 38°F. slowing of pulse.Gr: 1. calcium.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 170. The sodium salt. powdered aluminum. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh. ether-like odor at high concentrations.0 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 374°F Not available.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 143. liquid: frostbite Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support TO: Resp sys. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. loss of Skin: Water wash immed Breath: Resp support appetite.2. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. acid fumes Exposure Routes. α. potassium.R. Refrigerant 114 Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1000 ppm (7000 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1018 OSHA PEL: TWA 1000 ppm (7000 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a faint. Con (liquid) SY: Irrit resp sys. Ing.85 mg/m3 Formula: CH3CCl2COOH DOT: CAS#: 75-99-0 RTECS#: UF0690000 IDLH: N. GI tract.R. Sp. upper resp sys. Genetron® 114. resp sys. lass.R. Symptoms. a white powder. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. D Synonyms/Trade Names: Dalapon.000 ppm: Sa:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: N.01% 15.2-Dichloropropanoic acid. acids.

2-Dimethyl-cis-2-dimethylcarbamoyl-1-methylvinylphosphate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. salv. low BP. Swallow: Medical attention immed ataxia.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 221.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3O)2P(O)OCH=CCl2 62-73-7 TC0350000 100 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 9.0001 mmHg FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Metals [Note: Corrosive to cast iron. inco.0 10 mg/m3: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. diarr. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl. Ing. Symptoms. restless.Gr(59°F): 1. musc fasc. Ing. resp sys. anor. blood chol Dicrotophos 103 . ache eyes. Abs. IP: ? 100 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. Abs. chest tight. Carbicron®. diarr. ester odor.D. para. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Head. cyan. skin. salv. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 237. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. head.5% 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Symptoms.Pp:AScba VP: 0. tremor. wheez. dizz. sweat. lass. miosis.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 752°F Not available.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. mild steel.Pp Sp. anxi.42 §: ScbaF:Pd. blood chol Dichlorvos D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C8H16NO5P 141-66-2 TC3850000 N. 2. chemical odor.2-Dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH P&CAM295 (II-5) OSHA PEL: TWA 1 mg/m [skin] OSHA 62 Physical Description: Colorless to amber liquid with a mild. rhin. anor. lac. [Note: Insecticide that may be absorbed on a dry carrier. brass & stainless steel. CNS. sweat.P: >200°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. Skin: Water wash immed Breath: Resp support vomit.70 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Bidrin®. lar Breath: Resp support spasm. convuls. vomit. nau. skin. musc twitch.P: >175°F 50 mg/m3: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Change: N.25 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Yellow-brown liquid with a mild. strong alkalis [Note: Corrosive to iron & mild steel. CVS.R.04 mg/m3 DOT: 2783 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: DDVP. nau. dizz.22 Provide: Quick drench VP: 0.Gr(77°F): 1. rhinitis. abdom cramps. mal Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS.] Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd.01 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Class III Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids. card irreg TO: Eyes. Conversion: 1 ppm = 9.

cough. BP: 480°F Not available.R.88 eV Change: Daily Sp.7a-Tetrahydro-4.2 (see Table 2): BP: 342°F Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available. kidneys Dicyclopentadiene CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 102-54-5 LK0700000 N. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Fl. skin. repro sys Dicyclopentadienyl iron 104 .D. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Possible irrit eyes. in animals: kidney. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. nose.02% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl. liver. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 186. Breath: Resp support testicular changes Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.98 (Liquid at 95°F) Change: Daily VP: 1. inco.P(oc): 90°F Wash skin: When contam IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp. Ing.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 132. [Note: A liquid above 90°F. Eyes: N. throat.8% [Note: Depolymerizes at boiling point and forms two molecules of Class IC Flammable Liquid cyclopentadiene. resp sys. Ferrocene. crystalline solid with a disagreeable. sneez. skin.Gr: ? VP: ? MLT: 343°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Ammonium perchlorate. RBC. (C5H5)2Fe Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: bis(Cyclopentadienyl)iron.41 mg/m3 DOT: 2048 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: Bicyclopentadiene. head. camphor-like odor. Symptoms.7.R. crystalline solid with a camphor-like odor. skin. skin. IP: 6.1 Skin: N.Gr: 0.R.7-methanoindene [Note: Exists in two stereoisomeric forms.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (30 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PV2098 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless.3-Dicyclopentadiene dimer. resp sys. CNS. Iron dicyclopentadienyl Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): OSHA ID125G TWA 5 mg/m3 (resp) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Orange. Ing. skin Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support blisters. blood. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. 1. Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.R. mercury(II) nitrate Exposure Routes.4 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: 90°F Quick drench UEL: 6. in animals: liver.4. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H12 77-73-6 PC1050000 N. Sol: 0. lung damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. resp sys.P: ? Remove: N. DCPD. tetranitromethane. 3a. Must be inhibited and maintained under an inert Combustible Solid atmosphere to prevent polymerization.] Exposure Routes.D.3% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers LEL: 0.

chemical odor.] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific diesel exhaust component. resp sys [in animals: lung tumors] First Aid (see Table 6): Breath: Resp support 105 .P: NA Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp. strong acids.4a.25 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Colorless to light-tan crystals with a mild. kidneys. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.8-dimethanonaphthalene Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH S283 (II-3) TWA 0. vomit.6. skin [in animals: lung.Pp/SaF:Pd. Breath: Resp support tonic convuls.D.4-endo. coma.R.4. dizz.Pp:AScba Eyes: N. myoclonic limb jerks. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 380. sweat. exhaust component.7-epoxy-1.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con SY: Eye irrit.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: 0. liver. 1. Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 2560. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. Change: N. phenols First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. mal.9 ¥: ScbaF:Pd.25 mg/m [skin] See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.02% Remove: When wet or contam Fl.R.75 VP(77°F): 8 x 10-7 mmHg Quick drench MLT: 349°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Symptoms.R. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Head. nau. the specific component diesel Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: N.3.7. Remove: N.2.8a-octahydro-1. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes.R. kidney damage TO: CNS. liver.Dieldrin Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: HEOD. Symptoms.10. [carc].Gr: 1.8. [carc] TO: Eyes.exo-5.R. pulm func changes. clonic.5. 5040 See Appendix A OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific diesel exhaust component.10-Hexachloro-6.4. Abs. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Properties vary depending upon Skin: N. ¥: ScbaF:Pd. thyroid & adrenal Swallow: Medical attention immed gland tumors] Formula: C12H8Cl6O DOT: 2761 151 CAS#: 60-57-1 RTECS#: IO1750000 IDLH: Ca [50 mg/m3] D Diesel exhaust Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: HZ1755000 IDLH: Ca [N. Ing. in animals: liver. active metals such as sodium.

absorbs moisture from the air). resp sys. Abs.e. 2. skin. halides [Note: Reacts with CO2 in the air. CVS Diethylamine 3 106 . N.Gr: 1. strong acids.1% LEL: 1.] Exposure Routes. Hygroscopic (i. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 73. resp sys.R.8% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. skin burns.71 VP: 192 mmHg Quick drench (liquid) FRZ: -58°F UEL: 10. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support lac. skin.6% Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. resp sys Diethanolamine CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 109-89-7 HZ8750000 200 ppm (C2H5)2NH Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.1 200 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprS£/CcrFS/GmFS/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 132°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. ammonia-like odor. strong acids.Pp/SaF:Pd.2'-Dihydroxydiethyamine. in animals.01 eV Provide: Eyewash (>0.D. sneez Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 516°F (Decomposes) Not available. myocardial Breath: Resp support degeneration Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. IP: 8. Ing. and galvanized iron. Corrosive to copper. zinc.10 Provide: Eyewash VP: <0.Gr: 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.N-Diethylamine. 2. N-Ethylethanamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (30 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 2010 ST 25 ppm (75 mg/m3) OSHA 41 OSHA PEL†: TWA 25 ppm (75 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a fishy. (HOCH2CH2)2NH 111-42-2 Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. cough. Symptoms. corn nec. Symptoms.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 95% Wash skin: When contam Fl.99 mg/m DOT: 1154 132 Synonyms/Trade Names: Diethamine. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh..8% LEL: 1. skin. Diolamine.2'-Iminodiethanol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 3 ppm (15 mg/m3) NIOSH 3509 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless crystals or a syrupy. acid anhydrides. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. Di(2-hydroxyethyl)amine.P: -15°F Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Change: N.01 mmHg MLT: 82°F Quick drench UEL: 9. throat. bis(2-Hydroxyethyl)amine. skin. cellulose nitrate Exposure Routes. ammonia-like odor. white liquid (above 82°F) with a OSHA PV2018 mild. Ing.P: 279°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 105.5%) Sp.30 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: DEA. eye burns.D CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: KL2975000 N. nose.

] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 103. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl. N.D. IP: ? Provide: Eyewash (>5%) Sp. skin sens. 2.. muc memb. Abs. [Note: Hygroscopic (i. pulm sens Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.2-ethanediamine. skin. vomit Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. copper.96 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.7% LEL: 2% Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. cobalt. brass & zinc.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 405°F Not available.] Exposure Routes. Ing.2 100 ppm: CcrOv*/GmFOv/PaprOv*/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 325°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd.e. nau. bis(2-Aminoethyl)amine.R. or chromium compounds. derm.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 100-37-8 KK5075000 100 ppm (C2H5)2NCH2CH2OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Diethyl-(2-hydroxyethyl)amine.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl. resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd.89 VP: 1 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -94°F UEL: 11.R. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. skin. skin nec.P: 208°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.7% LEL: 6. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed 2-Diethylaminoethanol D CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: IE1225000 N. cough.7% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. skin.N-Diethylethanolamine. 2-Diethylaminoethyl alcohol. Corrosive to aluminum. Ing. DETA. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.P: 126°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 117. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. ammonia-like odor. strong acids Exposure Routes. strong acids.Gr: 0.79 mg/m3 DOT: 2686 132 Synonyms/Trade Names: Diethylaminoethanol. resp sys Diethylenetriamine 107 .22 mg/m3 DOT: 2079 154 Synonyms/Trade Names: N-(2-Aminoethyl)-1. Sp. Symptoms. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support eye. ammonia-like odor.2'-Diaminodiethylamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (4 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): NIOSH 2540 OSHA PEL†: none OSHA 60 Physical Description: Colorless to yellow liquid with a strong. skin. (NH2CH2CH2)2NH 111-40-0 Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. absorbs moisture from the air). 2-Hydroxytriethylamine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (50 mg/m3) [skin] 3 NIOSH 2007 OSHA PEL: TWA 10 ppm (50 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a nauseating.Gr: 0. cellulose nitrate [Note: May form explosive complexes with silver. upper resp sys. dysp. Symptoms.4 mmHg FRZ: -38°F Quick drench UEL: 6. Abs.

skin. nose. skin. aromatic odor. Propione Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (705 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an acetone-like odor. numb.R.12 VP(77°F): 0.53 mg/m3 DOT: 1156 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: DEK. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH2COCH2CH3 96-22-0 SA8050000 N. Sol(77°F): 0. BP: 563°F Not available. dizz. Sp. spasms in arms & legs. Diethyl ester of phthalic acid. skin. BP: 215°F Not available. possible polyneur. sneez Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 86. Ing. Fl.P(oc): 322°F Remove: N. permanganates. Ethyl ketone.1% Wash skin: N.2 Skin: N. repro sys Diethyl phthalate 108 . oily liquid with a very slight.R. (hydrogen peroxide + nitric acid) Exposure Routes.Gr: 1. Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. muc memb. ignition is difficult. however.D. alkalis.002 mmHg FRZ: -41°F UEL: ? LEL(368°F): 0. Symptoms. nau.3 Skin: N.R. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Diethyl ketone Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4(COOC2H5)2 84-66-2 TI1050000 N. Ethyl phthalate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none OSHA 104 Physical Description: Colorless to water-white. strong acids. 3-Pentanone.32 eV Change: N.R. lass.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. [pesticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 222.R. Dimethylacetone.Gr: 0. Eyes: N. head.81 VP(77°F): 35 mmHg FRZ: -44°F UEL: 6. pain. mineral acids. skin. vestibular dysfunc. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: DEP.D. water First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.4% LEL: 1. Sp. Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed in animals: repro effects TO: Eyes.7% Class IIIB Combustible Liquid. IP: ? Change: N. Metacetone.R. throat. Symptoms. resp sys. nitric acid. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 5% Wash skin: Daily Fl. lac.6% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. PNS. resp sys. Con Skin: Wash regularly SY: Irrit eyes.P(oc): 55°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 9. CNS. Ing. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. cough.

irritating odor. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support lung. skin burns.R.12 VP(77°F): 0. Abs.29 VP: 620 mmHg FRZ: -231°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as sodium. repro effects. kidney damage.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 500°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: ? Remove: When wet or contam Fl.Gr: 1. skin.P: 147°F Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.5 mg/m3) None available See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL†: C 0.Pp:AScba Fl. Ing.33 mg/m DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Diallyl ether dioxide.58 mg/m3 DOT: 1941 171 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dibromodifluoromethane.3-Epoxypropyl) ether Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): TWA 0. liver Swallow: Medical attention immed Difluorodibromomethane D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H10O3 2238-07-5 KN2350000 Ca [10 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: In animals: irrit resp sys. skin.1 ppm (0. powdered aluminum. resp sys.3-epoxypropyl) ether. in animals: hemato sys. calcium.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CBr2F2 75-61-6 PA7525000 2000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 8. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 130. bis(2. liver damage Breath: Resp support TO: Resp sys. DGE.8 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a strong.07 eV Change: N. Halon® 1202 Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (860 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1012 OSHA PEL: TWA 100 ppm (860 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless. Di(2.2 ¥: ScbaF:Pd.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 11. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Gr(59°F): 2. §: ScbaF:Pd.8 Skin: Prevent skin contact 1000 ppm: Sa BP: 76°F Eyes: Prevent eye contact 2000 ppm: Sa:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA MW: 209. 2-Epoxypropyl ether. Noncombustible Liquid potassium. liver. CNS symptoms. zinc & magnesium Nonflammable Gas Exposure Routes. Sp. Symptoms. heavy liquid or gas (above 76°F) with a characteristic odor. CNS.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. repro sys [in animals: skin tumors] Diglycidyl ether 3 109 . resp sys.5 ppm (2. Freon® 12B2.09 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.R. Ing. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.

liver. Symptoms.R. skin.04 eV Sp.P: 120°F Change: N.D CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: MJ5775000 500 ppm [(CH3)2CHCH2]2CO 108-83-8 Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. derm. strong acids Exposure Routes. Con Skin: Water wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.or fish-like odor. kidneys Respirator Recommendations (see Tables 3 and 4): NIOSH 500 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. head.72 VP: 70 mmHg FRZ: -141°F UEL: 7. Ing. CNS.P: 20°F ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.1% LEL: 1. nau. skin. liver. throat.3 Eyes: N.Gr: 0. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Diisopropylamine 110 . 2555 OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 ppm (290 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild.6-Dimethyl-4-heptanone. skin. sweet odor. Con SY: Irrit eyes. 2. dizz. BP: 334°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 101. Valerone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 25 ppm (150 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1300. kidney damage TO: Eyes. resp sys.05% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. IP: 9.73 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash (>5%) Sp. vomit.Pp/SaF:Pd.8% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. Ing.Pp:AScba Change: N.82 mg/m3 DOT: 1157 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: DIBK.1% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. resp sys.Pp:AScba Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: [(CH3)2CH]2NH 108-18-9 IM4025000 200 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. head.Pp/SaF:Pd. vis dist Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.2 125 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact (>5%) BP: 183°F 200 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv£/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. nose.81 VP: 2 mmHg FRZ: -43°F UEL(200°F): 7. IP: 7. N-(1-Methylethyl)-2-propanamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (20 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 ppm (20 mg/m ) [skin] NIOSH S141 (II-4) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an ammonia.14 mg/m3 DOT: 1158 132 Synonyms/Trade Names: DIPA.1% LEL(200°F): 0. Abs. Symptoms.Gr: 0.R. skin. Diisobutyl ketone Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Table 2): Properties: Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 142. sym-Diisopropyl acetone. Isovalerone.

conj.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact (liquid) MW: 45. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. brass.or fish-like odor.56 Change: N. copper. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. CNS Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Dimethyl acetamide D CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 124-40-3 IP8750000 500 ppm (CH3)2NH Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.7 atm FRZ: -134°F Quick drench (liquid) UEL: 14. DMAC Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (35 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2004 OSHA PEL: TWA 10 ppm (35 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a weak. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.N-Dimethyl acetamide. aluminum. sneez. acraldehyde. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit skin. liquid: frostbite TO: Eyes. [Note: A liquid below 44°F.Pp/SaF:Pd.5% LEL(212°F): 1. zinc Exposure Routes.85 mg/m3 DOT: 1032 118 (anhydrous). Con (liquid) Eye: Irr immed (liquid)/Frostbite SY: Irrit nose.P(oc): 158°F §: ScbaF:Pd. maleic anhydride. 1160 132 (solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Dimethylamine (anhydrous). liver damage. Skin: Water flush immed (liquid)/Frostbite Breath: Resp support derm. depres.R. N-Methylmethanamine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (18 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 2010 OSHA PEL: TWA 10 ppm (18 mg/m ) OSHA 34 Physical Description: Colorless gas with an ammonia.4% Frostbite wash LEL: 2. Symptoms. drow. other halogenated compounds when in contact with iron. jaun. Abs. delusions Skin: Water flush immed TO: Skin.Pp/SaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 87.Gr: 0.67 (Liquid at 44°F) Provide: Eyewash (liquid) VP: 1. Symptoms. cough. pulm edema.56 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: N. Ing.24 eV Remove: When wet (flamm) RGasD: 1.94 VP: 2 mmHg FRZ: -4°F UEL(320°F): 11. liver.1 100 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 329°F 250 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible 300 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl. throat.R.P: NA (Gas) 20°F (Liquid) Frostbite Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam (liquid) IP: 8. IP: 8. skin.or fish-like odor.1 250 ppm: Sa:Cf£ BP: 44°F Frostbite 500 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact (liquid) Sol(140°F): 24% §: ScbaF:Pd.8% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Carbon tetrachloride.Pp:AScba Fl. dysp. ammonia. Sp.8% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. oxidizers Exposure Routes. resp sys Dimethylamine 111 . chlorine. fluorides.Gr: 0. mercury.81 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Provide: Quick drench Sp.Pp:AScba Change: N. halu.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CON(CH3)2 127-19-5 AB7700000 300 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.

liver. wheez.Pp/SaF:Pd.N-dimethyl ethylamine) [Note: A component (5%) of NIAX® Catalyst ESN. Abs.Gr: ? VP: 0. frequent urination.Gr: ? VP: ? Quick drench FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Butter yellow.D. liver. neurological disorders.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 372°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: ? Remove: When wet or contam Fl. along with dimethylaminopropionitrile (95%). PNS Swallow: Medical attention immed bis(2-(Dimethylamino)ethyl)ether 112 . Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Possible urinary dist. IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.P: ? Change: N. Abs. [carc] Breath: Resp support TO: Skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.3 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. NIAX® Catalyst A1. bronchial secretions. contact derm. cough.2'-Oxybis(N. N. urinary tract. leaf-shaped crystals. kidneys. skin. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Enlarged liver. skin Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.R.P: ? See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.1015] See Appendix B Physical Description: Yellow.N-Dimethyl-4-aminoazobenzene. Symptoms. dysuria. Symptoms. bloody sputum.Pp/SaF:Pd.D. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ing.3 ¥: ScbaF:Pd.001% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. 2. kidney dist. C8H20N2O Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: NIAX® A99. p-Dimethylaminoazobenzene.) Quick drench MLT: 237°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Ing. Methyl yellow Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH P&CAM284 (II-4) See Appendix A OSHA PEL: [1910. dysp. hema. resp sys.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Sublimes Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: 0. in animals: irrit eyes.0000003 mmHg (est. DAB.D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5NNC6H4N(CH3)2 60-11-7 BX7350000 Ca [N. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 225.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix C (NIAX® Catalyst ESN) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL: See Appendix C (NIAX® Catalyst ESN) None available Physical Description: Liquid. bladder [in animals: liver & bladder tumors] Swallow: Medical attention immed 4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 3033-62-3 KR9460000 N. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 160.

] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (25 mg/m3) NIOSH 2002 ST 10 ppm (50 mg/m3) [skin] OSHA PV2064 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (25 mg/m3) [skin] Physical Description: Pale yellow.Gr(86°F): 0. methemo Breath: Resp support TO: Blood. kidneys.2 50 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 378°F 100 ppm: Sa:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Sol: 2% §: ScbaF:Pd. [Note: A solid below 36°F. strong acids.R.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 342°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Remove: When wet or contam Fl.Pp/SaF:Pd. decr nerve conduction in Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed lower legs TO: Eyes. IP: 7. neurological disorders.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: UG1575000 N. Symptoms.P: 142°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. Abs. IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.R. ataxia.96 VP: 1 mmHg FRZ: 36°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.14 eV Provide: Quick drench Sp.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. vomit. lass. Abs. (CH3)2NCH2CH2CN 1738-25-6 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 3-(Dimethylamino)propionitrile. along with bis(2-(dimethylamino)ethyl) ether (5%). dizz. CVS Swallow: Medical attention immed N.N-Dimethylamino-3-propionitrile [Note: A component (95%) of NIAX® Catalyst ESN.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Ing.Gr: 0. urinary tract Dimethylaminopropionitrile D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5N(CH3)2 121-69-7 BX4725000 100 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.N-Dimethylaniline 3 113 . benzoyl peroxide Exposure Routes.Pp/SaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 98. liver. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Anoxia symptoms: cyan.86 VP(135°F): 10 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -48°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers [Note: Emits toxic oxides of nitrogen and cyanide fumes when heated to decomposition. urinary dist.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 121.N-Dimethylphenylamine [Note: Also known as Dimethylaniline which is a correct synonym for Xylidine. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. CNS. lass. pins & needles Skin: Water flush immed in hands & feet. N.N-Dimethylbenzeneamine. nau.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: See Appendix C (NIAX® Catalyst ESN) OSHA PEL: See Appendix C (NIAX® Catalyst ESN) None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid. Ing. Con SY: Irrit eyes.96 mg/m DOT: 2253 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: N. skin. Symptoms.P: 147°F Change: N. oily liquid with an amine-like odor.D.2 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. N. musc weak. skin.

Gr: 1. abdom cramp.96 200 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. Abs. head. skin. water LEL: ? [Note: Rapidly hydrolyzes in water to dimethylamine. [carc] Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. lar Breath: Resp support spasm. anor. N. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.] Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin burns. Dimethylcarbamic chloride. skin. vomit. eye. dysp.17 Provide: Eyewash VP: ? Quick drench FRZ: -27°F UEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids.2-dibromo-2. salv.R. DMCC Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): See Appendix A None available OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Clear. nose. para. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. lass.D CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 79-44-7 FD4200000 Ca [N. nau.D. wheez. 1. convuls. liver inj. liver [in animals: nasal cancer] Dimethyl carbamoyl chloride Dimethyl-1.6 Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. head. Ing. colorless liquid. lac. Symptoms.P: 155°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.N-Dimethylcarbamoyl chloride.2-dichloroethyl dimethyl phosphate.8 30 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 75 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Remove: When wet or contam Fl. carbon dioxide. blood chol 114 . Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Abs.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp VP: 0. diarr. Ing.Gr(77°F): 1. CVS.Pp/SaF:Pd. cyan. resp sys. and Class IIIA Combustible Liquid hydrogen chloride.] (CH3)2NCOCl Conversion: DOT: 2262 156 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chloroformic acid dimethylamide. Naled Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 3 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: TWA 3 mg/m3 None available Physical Description: Colorless to white solid or straw-colored liquid (above 80°F) with a slightly pungent odor.0002 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd. Symptoms. wheez. CNS. dizz. miosis. vomit. Skin: Water flush immed cough. Hydrolyzed in presence of water. chest tight. Swallow: Medical attention immed twitch.2dichlorethyl phosphate Formula: CAS#: (CH3O)2P(O)OCHBrCBrCl2 300-76-5 RTECS#: TB9450000 IDLH: 200 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dibrom®. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH MW: 107. water [Note: Corrosive to metals. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 380.2-Dibromo-2. throat. acids. Sp. resp sys. resp sys. sunlight. ataxia.P: NA 150 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Change: Daily IP: ? ScbaF/SaF Provide: Eyewash Sp. larnygitis.Pp:AScba BP: 329°F Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sol: Reacts Wash skin: When contam Fl. skin. low BP.] Exposure Routes. skin.Pp:AScba MLT: 80°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. nau. card irreg TO: Eyes.

nau.1 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. high BP.R.06 ppm (0. Breath: Resp support convuls. enlarged Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support liver. skin. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 73. other halogenated compounds when in contact with iron. chest pain. hydrogen peroxide [Note: May ignite SPONTANEOUSLY in contact with oxidizers. blood.Pp/SaF:Pd. alkyl aluminums. in animals: kidney. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. derm.P: 136°F 500 ppm: SaT:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: 9.1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 307°F 100 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible 250 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Fl. metallic mercury.2% LEL(212°F): 2. colic.46 mg/m3 DOT: 1163 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dimazine. Ing. strong oxidizers.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. blood vessels & intestines] 1.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 147°F Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. DMH. Abs.1-Dimethylhydrazine 115 . Abs.05 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp. [carc] TO: CNS. Unsymmetrical dimethylhydrazine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 3515 C 0. eyes. nau. liver.5 ppm (1 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an ammonia.Gr: 0.15 mg/m ) [2-hr] See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. Ing. skin.R. inorganic nitrates Exposure Routes. DMF Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (30 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2004 OSHA PEL: TWA 10 ppm (30 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 66 Physical Description: Colorless to pale-yellow liquid with a faint.79 VP: 103 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -72°F UEL: 95% LEL: 2% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 60. anoxia. dysp. choking. liver. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. fuming nitric acid. CVS Dimethylformamide D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)2NNH2 57-14-7 MV2450000 Ca [15 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. kidneys. vomit. GI tract.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: HCON(CH3)2 68-12-2 LQ2100000 500 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.or fish-like odor. liver damage. resp sys.N-Dimethylformamide. face flush. liver inj. IP: 8. Sp. N. liver. drow.99 mg/m3 DOT: 2265 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dimethyl formamide.P: 5°F Change: N. halogens. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd.95 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 3 mmHg FRZ: -78°F UEL: 15. resp sys. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. heart damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. amine-like odor.Gr: 0.Pp:AScba Change: N. UDMH.12 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. skin. Symptoms.2% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Carbon tetrachloride. resp sys. skin [in animals: tumors Swallow: Medical attention immed of the lungs.

aromatic odor. [Note: A solid below 42°F.Pp/SaF:Pd. DMP Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA 104 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 mg/m Physical Description: Colorless.33 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.2 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N.R. BP: 543°F 50 mg/m3: 95F Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. resp sys. resp sys.1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 370°F (Decomposes) ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.P: 182°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. Symptoms. Sp. [carc] TO: Eyes. photo. productive cough.Gr: 1. vomit. liver. Fl. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support aphonia.4% Wash skin: N. fever. Con Eye: Irr prompt SY: Irrit eyes. Dimethylsulfate. delirium.P: 295°F 125 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/PaprHie£ Remove: N. however.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 194. hema. CNS [in animals: nasal & lung cancer] Dimethyl sulfate 116 . Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 126. skin burns. Swallow: Medical attention immed dysuria.R. upper resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd. alkalis & acids Exposure Routes. oily liquid with a slight. nose. periorb edema. Ing.2-benzenedicarboxylic acid. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. dysphagia. head.R.01 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd. diarr. onion-like odor. Symptoms.Gr: 1. dysp.1 mmHg FRZ: -25°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.R.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(64°F): 3% Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl.19 2000 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.5 mg/m ) [skin] See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1 ppm (5 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless. stomach pain Skin: Wash regularly TO: Eyes. skin. strong oxidizers. eye. cyan.64 eV 250 mg/m3: 100F/ScbaF/SaF Change: N. Ing.1 ppm (0.16 mg/m3 DOT: 1595 156 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dimethyl ester of sulfuric acid.D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4(COOCH3)2 131-11-3 TI1575000 2000 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dimethyl ester of 1. Abs.Pp VP: 0. ignition is difficult. ammonia solutions [Note: Decomposes in water to sulfuric acid. conj. kidneys. dysphonia.] Exposure Routes.9% Class IIIB Combustible Liquid. dizz. IP: 9. Methyl sulfate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2524 TWA 0. chest pain.R. oily liquid with a faint. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates. Sp. analgesia. corrosive to metals. prot. GI tract Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Dimethylphthalate Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)2SO4 77-78-1 WS8225000 Ca [7 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.Pp:AScba FRZ: 42°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL(358°F): 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.

central scotomas. liver.P: 302°F 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: Daily IP: 10. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 168. 1.Pp:AScba MLT: 192°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Symptoms. skin. Ing. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Contact eczema. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support dry throat. Symptoms. liver changes Breath: Resp support TO: Skin.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. bad taste.5-dinitrobenzamide. skin.1 5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 572°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. vis dist.58 ScbaF/SaF VP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. thirst. blood.02% 10 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Ing. eyes. burning mouth.Gr: ? VP: ? MLT: 351°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. anemia. in animals: methemo.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (NO2)2C6H2(CH3)CONH2 148-01-6 XS4200000 N. caustics. 2-Methyl-3. metals such as tin & zinc [Note: Prolonged exposure to fire and heat may result in an explosion due to SPONTANEOUS decomposition. crystalline solid. cyan. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 225.Pp/SaF:Pd. CNS m-Dinitrobenzene 117 . blood Swallow: Medical attention immed Dinitolmide D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4(NO2)2 99-65-0 CZ7350000 50 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1597 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: meta-Dinitrobenzene.Gr: 1. CVS. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Zoalene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 0500 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Yellowish.D. Con SY: Anoxia. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Slight Wash skin: When contam Fl. liver damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.3-Dinitrobenzene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S214 (II-4) OSHA PEL: TWA 1 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Pale-white or yellow solid.43 eV 50 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Provide: Quick drench Sp.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 3.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. Abs. liver.5-Dinitro-o-toluamide. yellowing hair.

liver damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. CVS. caustics. thirst. vis dist. thirst. blood. skin.50 eV 50 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Provide: Quick drench Sp.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. 1. liver. Ing. liver. cyan.D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4(NO2)2 528-29-0 CZ7450000 50 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1597 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: ortho-Dinitrobenzene.1 5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 606°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. skin. eyes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 168.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con SY: Anoxia. metals such as tin & zinc [Note: Prolonged exposure to fire and heat may result in an explosion due to SPONTANEOUS decomposition. vis dist. blood.Gr: 1. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 168.1 5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 570°F Wash skin: When contam 10 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Sol: 0. dry Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support throat.4-Dinitrobenzene Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH S214 (II-4) OSHA PEL: TWA 1 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Pale-white or yellow solid. liver damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.2-Dinitrobenzene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S214 (II-4) OSHA PEL: TWA 1 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Pale-white or yellow solid.Pp:AScba MLT: 343°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. bad taste. central scotomas. metals such as tin & zinc [Note: Prolonged exposure to fire and heat may result in an explosion due to SPONTANEOUS decomposition.Pp/SaF:Pd. yellowing hair.57 ScbaF/SaF VP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ing. burning mouth. Symptoms. Symptoms. Abs.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.Gr: 1. yellowing hair.P: ? 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: Daily IP: 10. CNS o-Dinitrobenzene Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4(NO2)2 100-25-4 CZ7525000 50 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1597 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: para-Dinitrobenzene. anemia. skin.01% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. CVS. Abs. cyan. Con SY: Anoxia. eyes. caustics. central scotomas.05% 10 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support dry throat.71 eV 50 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Provide: Quick drench Sp. CNS p-Dinitrobenzene 118 .63 ScbaF/SaF VP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. anemia.P: 302°F 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: Daily IP: 10. bad taste.Pp:AScba MLT: 244°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. burning mouth.

1 (estimated) Change: Daily §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 1. Methyldinitrobenzene [Note: Various isomers of DNT exist.6-Dinitro-2-methyl phenol. Ing.Pp:AScba VP: 0.2 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH S166 (II-5) OSHA PEL: TWA 0. anemia.Pp/SaF:Pd. but difficult to ignite. odorless solid. DNC.Gr: 1. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 198. caustics.5-Dinitro-2-hydroxytoluene. repro effects. endocrine sys Dinitro-o-cresol D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3C6H3(NO2)2 25321-14-6 XT1300000 Ca [50 mg/m3] Conversion: DOT: 1600 152 (molten). coma Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CVS.5 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Orange-yellow crystalline solid with a characteristic odor. 4. repro sys [in animals: liver. skin & kidney tumors] Swallow: Medical attention immed Dinitrotoluene 119 . fever. tacar. liver. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. CVS. lass.Pp/SaF:Pd. 3.P: NA Wash skin: When contam/Daily 5 mg/m3: 100F/Sa:Cf£/PaprHie£/ IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam ScbaF/SaF Sp. cyan. DNT.00005 mmHg Escape: 100F/ScbaE MLT: 190°F UEL: NA LEL: NA MEC: 30 g/m3 Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.P: 404°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.01% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl. cough.32 Provide: Quick drench VP: 1 mmHg MLT: 158°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid.] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 182.1 (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA BP: 594°F Skin: Prevent skin contact 2 mg/m3: 95F Sol: 0.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 572°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Abs. Abs. Symptoms. Ing.2 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Yellow. Breath: Resp support excess thirst. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Sense of well being. metals such as tin & zinc [Note: Commercial grades will decompose at 482°F. Symptoms.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam/Daily Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 OSHA 44 TWA 1. jaun. short breath. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. 2038 152 (solid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Dinitrotoluol.6-Dinitro-o-cresol. DNOC Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3C6H2OH(NO2)2 534-52-1 GO9625000 5 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1598 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: 4. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Anoxia. [Note: Often shipped molten. with self-sustaining decomposition at 536°F. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. head. hyperpnea. profuse sweat.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.5 mg/m [skin] See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 1. [carc] Breath: Resp support TO: Blood.

Fl. oily liquid with a slight odor.4-Dioxane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1602 C 1 ppm (3. p-Dioxane. decaborane.Gr: 0. head.03 Provide: Eyewash VP: 29 mmHg FRZ: 53°F Quick drench UEL: 22% LEL: 2. Con Skin: Water wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. in animals: liver damage. vomit. DOP. triethynyl aluminum First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 390. throat.Pp/SaF:Pd.P(oc): 420°F Remove: N.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl. Ing. Diethylene ether.P: 55°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 9. terato effects. Sp.5 NIOSH Skin: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. repro sys. Ing. muc memb.R.6 mg/m ) [30-minute] OSHA 7 See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (360 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid or solid (below 53°F) with a mild.3% Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates.Gr: 1. bis-(2-Ethylhexyl)phthalate. drow.00003% Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: N.D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C24H38O4 117-81-7 TI0350000 Ca [5000 mg/m3] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: DEHP. Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate. skin.Pp/SaF:Pd.0% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. liver damage.1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 214°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. strong oxidizers. CNS. ether-like odor. acids & alkalis First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Symptoms. Octyl phthalate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 5020 TWA 5 mg/m 3 ST 10 mg/m See Appendix A OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 mg/m3 Physical Description: Colorless. resp sys. liver. Sol(75°F): 0. Breath: Resp support kidney failure. nau. resp sys.Pp:AScba Eyes: N. Sp.13 eV Change: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. 1. Symptoms.99 VP: <0. skin.01 mmHg FRZ: -58°F UEL: ? LEL(474°F): 0. Dioxan. kidneys [in animals: lung.R. Con Breath: Resp support SY: Irrit eyes.60 mg/m3 DOT: 1165 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Diethylene dioxide. IP: ? Change: N.R. Abs.R. liver & nasal cavity tumors] Dioxane 120 .R.R. liver. GI tract [in animals: liver tumors] Di-sec octyl phthalate Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C4H8O2 123-91-1 JG8225000 Ca [500 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. nose. BP: 727°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 88.

P: 235°F 50 mg/m3: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Change: Daily IP: 7.3-diyl ethyl phosphorodithioate.04 100 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.Gr: 1. dizz. miosis. skin. rhin. brown.26 Provide: Eyewash VP: ? FRZ: -4°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkalis. head.2 ppm) 3 NIOSH 2530 OSHA PEL: TWA 1 mg/m (0. skin. abdom cramps.31 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Biphenyl. Navadel® Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Ing. salv. iron or tin surfaces.R. lass. or dark-amber liquid.3-p-Dioxanethiol-S. characteristic odor. nau. Abs. Ing. Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support vomit.D.S-bis(O. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Diphenyl 121 . [fungicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 154.6 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. [insecticide] [Note: Technical product is a mixture of cis. throat. head. Abs. lass.O-diethyl phosphoro-dithioate). Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. liver.Pp/SaF:Pd.& trans-isomers.Pp VP: 0.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C4H6O2[SPS(OC2H5)2]2 78-34-2 TE3350000 N. CNS. musc fasc. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Delnav®. Con SY: Irrit eyes.005 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd. Dioxane phosphate. resp sys. CVS.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 456. tan. Sp. conf. resp sys. Phenyl benzene Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 (0. Symptoms. liver damage Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.8% LEL(232°F): 0.Pp:AScba Quick drench (molt) MLT: 156°F Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE UEL(311°F): 5. diarr. blood chol Dioxathion D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5C6H5 92-52-4 DU8050000 100 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 6.95 eV PaprTOvHie*/ScbaF/SaF Provide: Eyewash (molt) Sp. numb limbs. p-Dioxane-2. Symptoms.Gr(79°F): 1. drow Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. heat Exposure Routes.2 10 mg/m3: CcrOv95/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 489°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprOvHie* Remove: When wet or contam Fl. 2.2 mg/m3 [skin] OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Viscous.6% Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Exposure Routes.2 ppm) OSHA PV2022 Physical Description: Colorless to pale-yellow solid with a pleasant. nau. chest tight. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl.

Abs. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.R. explosive if a cloud of dust is exposed to a source of ignition.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 OSHA 22. cough. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. throat. nose. repro sys Diphenylamine CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 34590-94-8 JM1575000 600 ppm CH3OC3H6OC3H6OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 6.03% Wash skin: Daily Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.95 VP: 0. head Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.Pp:AScba Wash skin: N. Abs. in animals: terato effects TO: Eyes.5 mmHg FRZ: -112°F UEL: 3. floral odor. or brown crystalline solid with a pleasant. heart rate. hema. eczema. Symptoms. trichloromelamine Exposure Routes.R. skin. lass. blood. tan.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con Skin: Water wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.16 VP(227°F): 1 mmHg MLT: 127°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid.0% LEL(392°F): 1.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 576°F Not available.Gr: 0. CVS.D. Sol: Miscible Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Remove: N. Dowanol® 50B Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (600 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2554. IP: ? Sp. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. bladder.1% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. dizz. skin.2 600 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: N. N-Phenylaniline. [fungicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 169. ether-like odor. BP: 408°F §: ScbaF:Pd.R. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Dipropylene glycol methyl ether 3 122 .R. DPA. sneez. tacar. S69 (II-2) ST 150 ppm (900 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (600 mg/m3) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild.R. (C6H5)2NH Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Anilinobenzene. 78 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless. methemo. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N. Fl. hexachloromelamine. Ing.P: 307°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: 7.06 mg/m DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dipropylene glycol monomethyl ether. amber. resp sys. Symptoms. Phenylaniline.40 eV Change: Daily Sp.D CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 122-39-4 JJ7800000 N. resp sys. prot. Ing. MW: 148. muc memb. bladder Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed inj. N-Phenylbenzenamine [Note: The carcinogen 4-Aminodiphenyl may be present as an impurity in the commercial product.P: 180°F Change: N. incr BP.Gr: 1. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. hypertension.

Sol: 70% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl.P: ? Wash skin: When contam IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp.82 VP: 5 mmHg FRZ: -27°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Exposure Routes. drow. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. narco Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Heptan-4-one. 4-Heptanone. diarr. CNS First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 123 .1'-Ethylene-2.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 344. skin. in Breath: Resp support animals: liver inj.67 mg/m3 DOT: 2710 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: Butyrone. Sp.00001 mmHg Provide: Quick drench MLT: 635°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid.5 mg/m3 OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Dibromide salt: Yellow crystals.1 (see Table 2): BP: Decomposes Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available. kidneys. decr breath.] ignite and burns with difficulty. pulm edema. 1.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 291°F Not available.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. liver.Gr: 0. basic solutions [Note: Concentrated diquat solutions corrode aluminum.10 eV Change: N. Conversion: DOT: 2781 151 (solid).2'-bipyridyllium dibromide [Note: Diquat is a cation (C12H12N2++. Symptoms. Various diquat salts are commercially available. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. Ing.1'-Ethylene-2. (CH3CH2CH2)2CO Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.Gr: 1. resp sys.22-1. epis. Abs. Symptoms. convuls. chest pain.R. liver Dipropyl ketone D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C12H12N2Br2 85-00-7 JM5690000 N. nau. muc memb. kidney. [herbicide] [Note: Commercial product may be found in a liquid concentrate or a solution. vomit.D. skin.D. mal. CNS. CNS depres. Ing. Propyl ketone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (235 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pleasant odor. DPK. but does not readily Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkalis. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: Daily Fl. skin burns. tremor. rhin.27 Change: Daily VP: <0. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 114. skin. cough. 1. 2782 131 (liquid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Diquat dibromide. Diquat (Diquat dibromide) Exposure Routes. skin. dizz.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 123-19-3 MJ5600000 N.2-bipyridyllium ion). delayed healing of wounds TO: Eyes. UV light. liver inj. dysp.P: 120°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: 9. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.

Swallow: Medical attention immed eye.O-Diethyl S-2-(ethylthio)-ethyl phosphorodithioate. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. lass. Symptoms. chest tight. yellowish. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support head. resp sys. dizz. Di-Syston®. nau. Ro-Sulfiram®. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Antabuse®. Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support lass.14 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.P: >180°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. but will not ignite easily. Symptoms. [fungicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 296. miosis.] OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: White.Gr: 1.6 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available.D Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: [(C2H5)2NCS]2S2 97-77-8 JO1225000 N.003% Wash skin: When contam Fl. musc fasc. salv. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.02% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Abs. diarr. rhin. skin. abdom cramps. liver Disulfiram Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C8H19O2PS3 298-04-4 TD9275000 N.4 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available.Gr: 1. restless. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. skin. or light-gray powder with a slight odor. Thiodemeton Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. card irreg. sulfur odor. TETD.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 274.D.1 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Oily. Ing. Ing. head. sens derm. CNS. [insecticide] [Note: Technical product is a brown liquid.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. skin burns TO: Eyes. peri neur. skin. Tetraethylthiuram disulfide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 2 mg/m3 None available [Precautions should be taken to avoid concurrent exposure to ethylene dibromide. Conversion: DOT: 2783 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: O. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkalis Exposure Routes. blood chol Disulfoton 124 . PNS. colorless to yellow liquid with a characteristic. CVS. dysp. resp sys.30 VP: ? MLT: 158°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. metallic taste. blurred vision. vomit. CNS. tremor. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(73°F): 0.D.0002 mmHg FRZ: >-13°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid. bis(Diethylthiocarbamoyl) disulfide. dizz. liver damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. skin.

1-dimethylurea. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 3-(3.P: NA Remove: N. nose. Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 356°F (Decomposes) Not available.4-Dichlorophenyl)-1. skin. IP:? Change: Daily Sp. Symptoms. in animals: anemia.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H3Cl2NHCON(CH3)2 330-54-1 YS8925000 N. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Divinyl benzene 125 . skin.1% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. but m-isomer predominates. Direx®. odorless. methemo Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. in animals: CNS depres Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.2% LEL: 1.004% Wash skin: Daily Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. resp sys. straw-colored liquid. skin.000000002 mmHg MLT: 316°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids Exposure Routes. resp sys. [herbicide] Diuron D Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 233.Gr: ? VP: 0. Vinylstyrene [Note: Commercial product contains all 3 isomers. crystalline solid. resp sys. Ing.P(oc): 169°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. DVB. Sp. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.D. skin burns.R. skin. Symptoms.D. Usually contains an inhibitor to prevent polymerization.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (50 mg/m3) OSHA 89 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Pale.005% Wash skin: When contam Fl.33 mg/m3 DOT: 2049 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: Diethyl benzene.R. Con SY: Irrit eyes.93 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 130.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 392°F Not available. Karmex® Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 5601 OSHA PEL†: none OSHA PV2097 Physical Description: White.7 mmHg FRZ: -88°F Quick drench UEL: 6.Gr: 0. Ing. throat. blood Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4(HC=CH2)2 1321-74-0 (mixed isomers) CZ9370000 N.

or pale-yellow. chemical properties. conf.R. skin. dysp.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 202. [Note: A solid below 15°F. n-Lauryl mercaptan.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp. blood 1-Dodecanethiol Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Al2O3 1302-74-5 (corundum) GN2310000 (corundum) N. Ing. magnesium & silica Corundum is natural Al2O3.R. skin.1 mg/m3) [15-minute] OSHA PEL: none None available Physical Description: Colorless. dizz. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: Skin: N. See α-Alumina for physical & Eyes: N. Wash skin: N. CNS.R.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. Remove: N. skin sens Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Con SY: Irrit eyes.85 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP(77°F): 3 mmHg FRZ: 15°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers & acids. cyan. Corundum. white.4 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 441-478°F 12. Impure corundum. Ing.P(oc): 190°F Change: N.R.Gr: 0. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support abdom pain.Pp/SaF:Pd. 0600 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Odorless. 1-Mercaptododecane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 0. Lauryl mercaptan. cough. n-Dodecyl mercaptan. resp sys TO: Eyes. Not available. CH3(CH2)11SH Conversion: 1 ppm = 8. steam Exposure Routes. Con SY: Irrit eyes. alkali metals. Natural aluminum oxide [Note: Emery is an impure variety of Al2O3 which may contain small impurities of iron. water. Emery Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Exposure Routes. strong bases. resp sys. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Aluminum oxide.28 mg/m3 DOT: 1228 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dodecyl mercaptan. 1-Dodecyl mercaptan.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Aluminum trioxide.E CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 112-55-0 JR3155000 N. oily liquid with a mild.R. resp sys.D. reducing agents. water-white. IP: ? ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. skin. nau. Change: N.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m3 (total) NIOSH 0500. Symptoms. skunk-like odor. lass. crystalline powder. Symptoms. resp sys First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Breath: Fresh air Swallow: Medical attention immed 126 . skin.D.5 ppm (4.

C9H6Cl6O3S Conversion: DOT: 2761 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: Benzoepin.10. Con SY: Epilep convuls. anor.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 115-29-7 RB9275000 N. in animals: liver damage TO: CNS.6.9-methano-2. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA MW: 380. head. Sol: 0. Symptoms.3.8a-octahydro-1.9a-hexachloro-6. tremor. in animals: kidney.2.6.70 Provide: Eyewash §: ScbaF:Pd. 1. conf. agitation.Gr: 1. CNS. chemical odor. water LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid.4. drow.endo-5.] flammable liquids.9. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.7. dry mouth. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.4-endo.9. Thiodan® Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. strong acids. acids. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ IP: ? Change: Daily ScbaF/SaF Sp. decr testis weight Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Skin. conf. [insecticide] [Note: Technical product is a tan.8.Pp:AScba VP: Low Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Quick drench MLT: 392°F (Decomposes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid.74 Change: Daily VP(77°F): 0.10-Hexachloro-1. nau. dizz. flushing.4.1 mg/m3 [skin] OSHA PEL†: none OSHA PV2023 Physical Description: Brown crystals with a slight. Abs. aggressiveness.1 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.8-dimethanonaphthalene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. parathion but may be dissolved in [Note: May emit hydrogen chloride & phosgene when heated or burned. Exposure Routes. Symptoms. liver. Hydrolyzes slowly on contact with water or may be dissolved in flammable liquids. abdom discomfort. stupor. Ing.3-benzo-dioxathiepin-3-oxide.Gr: 1.5. lass. repro sys Endosulfan E Endrin Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: Hexadrin®. crystalline solid with a mild. Endosulphan. isomer mixture.4a.9 Skin: Prevent skin contact 1 mg/m3: CcrOv95/Sa BP: Decomposes Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam 2 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprOvHie/ Fl.00001 mmHg Provide: Eyewash MLT: 223°F Quick drench UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkalis.1 mg/m [skin] NIOSH 5519 Physical Description: Colorless to tan.00001% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl. liver First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: C12H8Cl6O DOT: 2761 151 CAS#: 72-20-8 RTECS#: IO1575000 IDLH: 2 mg/m3 127 . but [Note: Corrosive to iron.5. insom. decomposes in presence of alkalis and acids to form sulfur dioxide.4.P: NA Wash skin: When contam IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp.7. head.D.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 406. Con Skin: Soap flush immed SY: Irrit skin.9 (see Table 2): BP: Decomposes Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available.] Exposure Routes. nau. liver inj. waxy.8. vomit.5a. Breath: Resp support convuls.7-epoxy-1. Abs. sulfur dioxide odor. kidneys. Ing.10-Hexachloro-6. 6.

[inhalation anesthetic] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 184. sweet odor. skin.52 VP: 175 mmHg FRZ: ? UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.E CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: KN6800000 N. resp depres Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. aluminum. particularly when hot. cyan. certain salts. resp distress. γ-Chloropropylene oxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 1010 See Appendix A 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (19 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a slightly irritating. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 92. liver.R. Fl. nau. Sp.R. 2-Chloropropylene oxide. strong acids.R.Pp/SaF:Pd.8% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.3-epoxypropane.60 eV Change: N. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Enflurane Epichlorohydrin Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. Abs. kidneys.1. Ing. colorless liquid with a mild. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Low Wash skin: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.18 Provide: Eyewash VP: 13 mmHg FRZ: -54°F Quick drench UEL: 21. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support cough.78 mg/m3 Formula: CAS#: C3H5OCl 106-89-8 DOT: 2023 131P RTECS#: TX4900000 IDLH: Ca [75 ppm] Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Chloro-2. [carc] TO: Eyes. analgesia.Gr(77°F): 1. caustics.1 mg/m3) [60-minute] (see Table 1): [*Note: REL for exposure to waste anesthetic gas. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes.55 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Chloro-1-(difluoromethoxy)-1. chloroform-like odor.P: NA Remove: N. Sp. abdom pain.2-trifluoroethyl difluoromethyl ether. IP: ? Change: N. skin with deep pain. resp sys. repro sys [in animals: nasal cancer] Swallow: Medical attention immed 128 .] Exposure Routes. anes.5 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 242°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd.2-trifluoroethane. Symptoms. 2-Chloro-1. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. CHF2OCF2CHClF 13838-16-9 Conversion: 1 ppm = 7. vomit. Symptoms.R.5 Skin: N.R. water [Note: May polymerize in presence of strong acids and bases. Ing.D. BP: 134°F Not available. CNS depres. 103 OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Clear. Ethrane® Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: C 2 ppm (15. repro effects. zinc.] OSHA 29.Gr: 1.P: 93°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10.1. convuls.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 7% Escape: GmFOvAg/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.0% LEL: 3.

lar spasm.0003 mmHg Quick drench MLT: 97°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Noncombustible Solid EPN E Exposure Routes. β-Aminoethyl alcohol. brass.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 2104-64-5 TB1925000 5 mg/m3 C14H14O4NSP Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethyl p-nitrophenyl benzenethionophosphonate.Gr(77°F): 1. para. salv. Ethylolamine. iron [Note: May attack copper. strong acids. card irreg TO: Eyes. [pesticide] [Note: A brown liquid above 97°F. blood chol First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NH2CH2CH2OH 141-43-5 KJ5775000 30 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.P: 186°F Change: Daily IP: 8. abdom cramps. CVS.5 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH 5012 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.Gr: 1.5% LEL(284°F): 3. diarr.3 Skin: Prevent skin contact 5 mg/m3: Sa/ScbaF BP: ? Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam §: ScbaF:Pd.0% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. skin. lac. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Monoethanolamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 3 ppm (8 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 2007 ST 6 ppm (15 mg/m3) OSHA PEL†: TWA 3 ppm (6 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless. ammonia-like odor.50 mg/m DOT: 2491 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Aminoethanol.] Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Ethanolamine 3 129 .Pp/SaF:Pd. low BP. skin. Symptoms.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Remove: When wet or contam Fl. CNS. miosis. Abs.4 mmHg FRZ: 51°F UEL: 23. Con SY: Irrit eyes.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 61. nau.Pp/SaF:Pd. O-Ethyl O-(4-nitrophenyl) phenylphosphonothioate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. rhin. chest tight.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA MW: 323.02 VP: 0.96 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp.1 30 ppm: CcrS*/GmFS/PaprS*/Sa*/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 339°F §: ScbaF:Pd. convuls.27 Provide: Eyewash VP(212°F): 0. Ing. anor. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.Pp:AScba Fl. resp sys. and rubber. drow Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Symptoms. resp sys. skin.5 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Yellow solid with an aromatic odor. 2-Hydroxyethylamine. head. Ing. skin. resp sys. wheez. viscous liquid or solid (below 51°F) with an unpleasant. cyan.

22 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. dysp Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.O'-Tetraethyl S. liver. Abs. Symptoms. ether-like odor. odorless liquid. card irreg. EGEE.Pp* Change: N. skin. nau. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.P: 349°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. CNS. resp sys. repro.O. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.D. dizz. abdom cramps. head. resp sys. blood changes. hemato sys Swallow: Medical attention immed 2-Ethoxyethanol 130 . blood.O'.93 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 4 mmHg FRZ: -130°F UEL(200°F): 15. repro sys. Con SY: In animals: irrit eyes.S'-methylene di(phosphorodithioate) Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: 0.7% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. kidneys. resp sys. 79 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a sweet. alkalis Exposure Routes.6% LEL(200°F): 1. Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support lung damage. Abs. terato effects TO: Eyes.0000015 mmHg FRZ: 10°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. rhin. CVS. skin. miosis.P: 110°F 500 ppm: Sa:Pd. musc fasc. liver. diarr. Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.0001% Wash skin: When contam Fl.5 ppm (1.E Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: [(C2H5O)2P(S)S]2CH2 563-12-2 TE4550000 N. blood chol Ethion Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C2H5OCH2CH2OH 110-80-5 KK8050000 500 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.5 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible 25 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl. blurred vision. salv.1 5 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 275°F 12. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 90.Gr: 1. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: O. chest tight. vomit. Symptoms.69 mg/m3 DOT: 1171 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Cellosolve®. The technical product has a very disagreeable odor.R. Ing.4 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless to amber-colored. [insecticide] [Note: A solid below 10°F.Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ing.Gr: 0.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 384. IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Sp. kidney.5 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: >302°F (Decomposes) Not available. pleasant.8 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 200 ppm (740 mg/m ) [skin] NIOSH 1403 OSHA 53. Skin: Soap wash immed lass.

nose.5 ppm (2.Gr: 0. derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp:AScba VP: 2 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -79°F UEL: ? LEL: 1. GI tract. Ing. Ethyl ethanoate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 400 ppm (1400 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1457 OSHA PEL: TWA 400 ppm (1400 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an ether-like. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.P: 24°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. 2-Ethoxyethyl acetate E Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 132. repro sys. skin. Ethyl ester of acetic acid.41 mg/m3 DOT: 1172 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Cellosolve® acetate. alkalis & acids Exposure Routes.5% LEL: 2. Glycol monoethyl ether acetate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0.0% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates. vomit.2 5 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 313°F 12. skin.98 §: ScbaF:Pd. nose. hemato sys Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOC2H5 141-78-6 AH5425000 2000 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.01 eV Sp.7 mg/m3) [skin] 3 NIOSH 1450 OSHA PEL: TWA 100 ppm (540 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 53 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild odor.Pp* Sp. Acetic ether.7% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates. fruity odor. alkalis & acids Exposure Routes. resp sys.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOCH2CH2OC2H5 111-15-9 KK8225000 500 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed 131 .R. kidney damage.60 mg/m3 DOT: 1173 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Acetic ester. in animals: Breath: Resp support repro. strong oxidizers.Pp/SaF:Pd. para. throat. Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate. IP: 10. Symptoms. narco.Gr: 0. Symptoms. Ing.P: 124°F Change: N. IP: ? ScbaF/SaF 500 ppm: Sa:Pd.1 2000 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 171°F Wash skin: When contam Sol(77°F): 10% GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. strong oxidizers. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Abs. terato effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd.R.5 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv* Wash skin: When contam Sol: 23% 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Ethyl acetate Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 88.90 VP: 73 mmHg FRZ: -117°F UEL: 11. EGEEA.

92 VP: 29 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -96°F UEL: 14% LEL: 1.79 VP: 44 mmHg FRZ: -173°F UEL: 19% LEL: 3. platinum. skin.] Exposure Routes.89 mg/m3 DOT: 1170 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Alcohol. strong alkalis. head. vinous odor. nose.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Escape: ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. liver Breath: Fresh air damage. EtOH.P: 55°F Change: N.4% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers.1 3300 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 173°F §: ScbaF:Pd. skin.P: 48°F Change: N. resp sys. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. Ethyl ester of acrylic acid. Grain alcohol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1000 ppm (1900 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1400 OSHA PEL: TWA 1000 ppm (1900 mg/m ) OSHA 100 Physical Description: Clear. potassium dioxide. cough. repro. IP: 10. skin. Symptoms. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.R.1 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. anemia. Symptoms. bromine pentafluoride. repro sys 132 .30 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp. sodium Exposure Routes. moisture.3% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. chlorosulfonic acid [Note: Polymerizes readily unless an inhibitor such as hydroquinone is added. colorless liquid with a weak. liver. blood. peroxides. Ethyl alcohol Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 46. lass. Abs. narco.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 211°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: 2% Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. ethereal.09 mg/m3 DOT: 1917 129P (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethyl acrylate (inhibited). Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ethyl propenoate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 1450 See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 25 ppm (100 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 92 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an acrid odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 100. Ing. drow. terato effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd. acetyl chloride.R.Pp/SaF:Pd. resp sys. acetyl bromide. polymerizers.47 eV Sp. CNS. Ethanol. Ing. [carc] TO: Eyes. Cologne spirit. IP: 10. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Gr: 0. resp sys [in animals: tumors of the forestomach] Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Ethyl acrylate Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH2OH 64-17-5 KQ6300000 3300 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. skin.E Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2=CHCOOC2H5 140-88-5 AT0700000 Ca [300 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.Gr: 0.

P: 1°F §: ScbaF:Pd. skin. Phenylethane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (435 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1501 ST 125 ppm (545 mg/m ) OSHA 7. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ing. skin.R. cellulose nitrate. strong oxidizers.01% Sa*/ScbaF Remove: When wet (flamm) §: ScbaF:Pd. skin.Pp:AScba Fl. copper. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed (liquid) Ethylamine E Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH2C6H5 100-41-4 DA0700000 800 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.34 mg/m DOT: 1175 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethylbenzol.Pp:AScba Change: N.2 800 ppm: CcrOv*/GmFOv/PaprOv*/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 277°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. resp sys. resp sys. Symptoms. Ethylamine (anhydrous).61 Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Ethyl benzene 3 133 . 1002 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (435 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an aromatic odor. Monoethylamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (18 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S144 (II-3) OSHA PEL: TWA 10 ppm (18 mg/m ) OSHA 36 Physical Description: Colorless gas or water-white liquid (below 62°F) with an ammonia-like odor. chlorine.87 VP: 7 mmHg FRZ: -139°F UEL: 6.76 eV Sp. muc memb. derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.Gr: 0.8% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. derm.Pp Remove: When wet or contam (liquid) Fl. hypochlorites Exposure Routes. Ing (liquid).Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH2NH2 75-04-7 KH2100000 600 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.5% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact (liquid) MW: 45.86 eV Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash (liquid) RGasD: 1.Gr: 0. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 106. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 8.R.85 mg/m3 DOT: 1036 118 Synonyms/Trade Names: Aminoethane. coma Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.1 250 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprS£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact (liquid) BP: 62°F 500 ppm: CcrFS/GmFS/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam (liquid) Sol: Miscible 600 ppm: SaF:Pd. Con (liquid) Skin: Water flush immed (liquid) SY: Irrit eyes.P: 55°F Change: N.7% LEL: 0. skin burns. skin. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. IP: 8.0% LEL: 3. tin & zinc in presence of moisture.Pp/SaF:Pd.69 (Liquid) Quick drench (liquid) VP: 874 mmHg FRZ: -114°F UEL: 14. head. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed (liquid) ER: Inh. narco. Abs (liquid). Symptoms.

Gr: 0.82 VP: 4 mmHg FRZ: -38°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. Skin: Soap flush prompt Breath: Resp support kidney disease.P(oc): 115°F GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.29 eV Sp.9% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. Con Skin: Water flush SY: Irrit eyes.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. 3-Heptanone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (230 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1301. fruity odor. CNS depres. Symptoms. resp sys. card arrest Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.0% LEL: 6.P: <4°F Change: N. Monobromoethane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 200 ppm (890 mg/m ) NIOSH 1011 OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless to yellow liquid with an ether-like odor. muc memb.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 109.67 mg/m3 DOT: 1224 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Butyl ethyl ketone. narco. IP: 10. zinc & magnesium Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. coma. [Note: A gas above 101°F. liver.R.Gr: 1. resp sys. skin. CNS Ethyl bromide Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH2CO[CH2]3CH3 106-35-4 MJ5250000 1000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.2 500 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 298°F 1000 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv*/CcrFOv/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: 1% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. acetaldehyde. skin. kidneys.02 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sp. pulm edema. 2553 OSHA PEL: TWA 50 ppm (230 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a powerful.R. IP: 9.46 VP: 375 mmHg FRZ: -182°F UEL: 8. calcium. card arrhy. Ing.0 2000 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 101°F §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd. perchloric acid Exposure Routes. CVS. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Ethyl butyl ketone 134 .Pp/SaF:Pd. skin. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 114.46 mg/m3 DOT: 1891 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Bromoethane. head. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.E CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 74-96-4 KH6475000 2000 ppm CH3CH2Br Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.8% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as sodium. skin. liver. potassium. derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. powdered aluminum. Ing.Pp:AScba Change: N. resp sys.

card arrest. Con Skin: Water flush prompt (liquid) SY: Inco. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 80.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 75-00-3 KH7525000 3800 ppm [10%LEL] CH3CH2Cl Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. zinc & magnesium. -58°F (Liquid) IP: 10.6% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. head. Hydrochloric ether. card arrhy. liver. oxidizers.9% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. potassium.Gr: 1.4% LEL: 3. strong caustics. inco. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. CNS. liver. kidneys. abdom cramps. shock. collapse. coma.R. Breath: Resp support delirium.5 7 ppm: Sa*/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 262°F §: ScbaF:Pd. resp sys. 2-Chloroethyl alcohol. Ethylene chlorhydrin Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 1 ppm (3 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): NIOSH 2513 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (16 mg/m3) [skin] OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a faint.Pp:AScba Wash skin: N. ether-like odor. low BP. Ing.P: NA (Gas) Change: N. Breath: Resp support kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed (liquid) TO: Liver. CVS. Abs (liquid). CNS Ethyl chloride E Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2ClCH2OH 107-07-3 KK0875000 7 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.Gr: 0. water or steam First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Resp sys. water or steam [Note: Reacts with water to form hydrochloric acid.5 3800 ppm: Sa*/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact (liquid) BP: 54°F §: ScbaF:Pd. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit muc memb.90 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet or contam Fl.R. calcium.9% LEL: 4.23 Sp. NIOSH 2519 See Appendix C (Chloroethanes) 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 1000 ppm (2600 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless gas or liquid (below 54°F) with a pungent. Ing (liquid).97 eV RGasD: 2.Pp/SaF:Pd.] Exposure Routes.29 mg/m DOT: 1135 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Chloroethanol.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact (liquid) MW: 64.R. Muriatic ether Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Handle with caution in the workplace. Monochloroethane. vis dist. IP: 10. thirst.P: 140°F Change: N.92 (Liquid at 32°F) VP: 1000 mmHg FRZ: -218°F UEL: 15. numb. vomit.64 mg/m3 DOT: 1037 115 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chloroethane. CVS. ether-like odor.20 VP: 5 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -90°F UEL: 15. liver. dizz. Abs. Symptoms.8% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as sodium. inebri. powdered aluminum. Sol: 0. nau. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed (liquid) ER: Inh. Symptoms. eyes Ethylene chlorohydrin 3 135 . kidneys.

69 mg/m DOT: 1605 154 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1.Pp:AScba Sol: 0. hot aluminum & magnesium.2-Dibromoethane. Glycol dibromide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 1008 TWA 0.E Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NH2CH2CH2NH2 107-15-3 KH8575000 1000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. Symptoms.R. Noncombustible Liquid strong oxidizers First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.Pp IP: 8. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. liquid ammonia. kidney damage Breath: Resp support TO: Skin. potassium. Breath: Resp support kidney damage. Ethylenediamine (anhydrous) Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (25 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2540 OSHA PEL: TWA 10 ppm (25 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless. Abs. [fumigant] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 187. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Abs.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.P: NA Wash skin: When contam IP: 9. spleen.045 ppm OSHA 2 C 0.5% & other chlorinated organic compounds. skin.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. §: ScbaF:Pd. skin. resp sys. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. Ethylene bromide. derm with vesic. heart.R. Ing.Gr: 0. kidneys. repro sys [in animals: skin & lung tumors] Ethylene dibromide 3 136 . repro effects. Ing. resp sys.9 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 268°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. resp sys.13 ppm [15-minute] See Appendix A OSHA PEL: TWA 20 ppm C 30 ppm 50 ppm [5-minute maximum peak] Physical Description: Colorless liquid or solid (below 50°F) with a sweet odor.Pp:AScba Sp.2-Diaminoethane. [fungicide] OSHA 60 [Note: A solid below 47°F.17 Change: N. liver.91 Provide: Eyewash (>5%) Escape: GmFS/ScbaE VP: 11 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: 47°F UEL(212°F): 12% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids & oxidizers.P: 93°F Remove: When wet (flamm) ScbaF/SaF 1000 ppm: SaF:Pd.4% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Fl. viscous liquid with an ammonia-like odor.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact 250 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprS£ BP: 241°F Eyes: Prevent eye contact 500 ppm: CcrFS/GmFS/PaprTS£/ Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. VP: 12 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: 50°F Quick drench UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as LEL: NA sodium.60 eV Change: N.46 mg/m3 DOT: 1604 132 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1. liver.Gr: 2. liver.Pp/SaF:Pd. sens derm. carbon disulfide Class IC Flammable Liquid [Note: Corrosive to metals.45 eV Remove: When wet or contam Sp. carbon tetrachloride LEL(212°F): 2. resp sys. 1.2-Ethanediamine. kidneys Swallow: Medical attention immed Ethylenediamine CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 106-93-4 KH9275000 Ca [100 ppm] BrCH2CH2Br Conversion: 1 ppm = 7.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA MW: 60. liver. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit nose. calcium. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. asthma.

mammary gland & circulatory sys cancer] Ethylene dichloride E CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 107-21-1 KW2975000 N. Glycol. See Appendix C (Chloroethanes) OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 ppm C 100 ppm 200 ppm [5-minute maximum peak in any 3 hours] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pleasant. CNS First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Water wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 137 .e.P: 232°F Wash skin: When contam IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp. chemicallyLEL: 6. Ing. skin. Ethylene chloride. sodium peroxide LEL: 3. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. Class IB Flammable Liquid liquid ammonia [Note: Decomposes to vinyl chloride & HCl above 1112°F. Glycol alcohol.P: 56°F Wash skin: When contam IP: 11. dizz. absorbs moisture from the air).11 Change: Daily VP: 0. becomes acidic & darkens in color. corn opac. Con SY: Irrit eyes. CVS [in animals: forestomach. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.D. liver.] Exposure Routes.3% potassium permanganate. nau. Symptoms.2-Dichloroethane. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.24 Change: N. derm.2% [Note: Hygroscopic (i. CVS damage. sodium & potassium. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. odorless liquid.2% active metals such as magnesium or aluminum powder.. UEL: 15. syrupy. HOCH2CH2OH Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1. resp sys. nau. stupor. VP: 64 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: -32°F Quick drench UEL: 16% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers & caustics.05 mg/m3 DOT: 1184 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1. skin sens TO: Eyes. 1. nose. Sol: Miscible Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl.06 mmHg FRZ: 9°F Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.] Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Ethylene glycol Exposure Routes.9% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Fl. Glycol dichloride Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 1003 TWA 1 ppm (4 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 3 ST 2 ppm (8 mg/m ) See Appendix A. chromium trioxide.05 eV Remove: When wet (flamm) Sp. Breath: Resp support kidney. liver. Symptoms. Monoethylene glycol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none NIOSH 5523 OSHA PV2024 Physical Description: Clear. CNS depres.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 107-06-2 KI0525000 Ca [50 ppm] ClCH2CH2Cl Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. skin.0 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 182°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 99.R. kidneys.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 62. convuls. vomit. [Note: Decomposes slowly. abdom pain. throat. CNS. Abs.2-Dihydroxyethane.Pp/SaF:Pd.Gr: 1. chloroform-like odor. CNS depres.Pp:AScba Sol: 0.1 (see Table 2): BP: 388°F Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available. colorless. vomit. Ing. [antifreeze] [Note: A solid below 9°F.2-Ethanediol. skin. lass.Gr: 1.

Gr: 0. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Throb head. skin.Pp Provide: Quick drench Sp.P: 12°F Wash skin: When contam/Daily IP: 9. abdom pain. Ing. Abs.2 ppm (1 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 43 Physical Description: Colorless to yellow. Ethylenimine. Dimethylenimine.05 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE FRZ: -8°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Explosive Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids.1012] See Appendix B Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an ammonia-like odor.Pp:AScba Sol: Miscible Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Fl. dizz. pulm edema.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf* Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. eye burns. kidneys [in animals: lung & liver tumors] Ethyleneimine 3 138 .49 §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 1. hypotension.1 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 133°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. 1.Pp:AScba VP: 0..g. vomit. methemo.1 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH 2507 OSHA PEL†: C 0. Ethylene nitrate. alkalis First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. resp sys. Dimethyleneimine. odorless liquid. CNS depres. kidneys Ethylene glycol dinitrate CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 151-56-4 KX5075000 Ca [100 ppm] C2H5N Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 43. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support kidney damage. Breath: Resp support palp. liver. liver.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 152. irrit skin. nau. Abs. CVS. blood. liver. in animals: Swallow: Medical attention immed anemia. flush.2-Ethanediol dinitrate.] Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.3% acids [Note: Explosive silver derivatives may be formed with silver alloys Class IB Flammable Liquid (e. Glycol dinitrate. Ethylene dinitrate. throat. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. silver solder).83 Change: Daily VP: 160 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: -97°F Quick drench UEL: 54.8% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Polymerizes explosively in presence of LEL: 3. [Note: An explosive ingredient (60-80%) in dynamite along with nitroglycerine (40-20%). vomit. Symptoms.P: 419°F 5 mg/m3: SaT:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: ? 75 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. head. Ethylimine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 3514 See Appendix A OSHA PEL: [1910. oily. liver.76 mg/m DOT: 1185 131P (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: Aminoethylene. kidney damage TO: Skin. nau.E Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: O2NOCH2CH2ONO2 628-96-6 KW5600000 75 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 6.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. delirium.22 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: EGDN. skin sens. Ing. [Note: Usually contains inhibitors to prevent polymerization.Pp/SaF:Pd. Azirane. dizz.20 eV Remove: When wet or contam See Appendix E (page 351) Sp. nose. Nitroglycol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: ST 0. skin. Aziridine. angina. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.1 1 mg/m3: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 387°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 2. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.

49 Sp.1 ppm (0.15 eV Remove: When wet or contam Sp. nose. immed (liquid) leukemia] Ethylene oxide E Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C3H6N2S 96-45-7 NI9625000 Ca [N. skin.] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1. liver. kidneys. crystalline solid with a faint.80 mg/m3 DOT: 1040 119P Synonyms/Trade Names: Dimethylene oxide. Symptoms.P: NA (Gas) Wash skin: When contam (liquid) Escape: GmFS†/ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) -20°F (Liquid) Change: N. dysp. 49. skin. OSHA 95 See Appendix A Physical Description: White to pale-green. Oxirane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 1614. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. drow. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support pulm edema.1 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 51°F Skin: Prevent skin contact (liquid) 5 ppm: GmFS†/ScbaF/SaF Sol: Miscible Eyes: Prevent eye contact (liquid) §: ScbaF:Pd. 1.1047] TWA 1 ppm 5 ppm [15-minute Excursion] Physical Description: Colorless gas or liquid (below 51°F) with an ether-like odor. inco.0% chlorides of iron. CNS.Pp/SaF:Pd.Gr: ? Change: Daily VP: 16 mmHg MLT: 392°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acrolein Exposure Routes. skin. thyroid & lymphatic sys Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed tumors] Ethylene thiourea 139 . eye. diarr. lass. repro sys [in animals: liver. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 44.3-Ethylene-2-thiourea.2 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 446-595°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. [Note: Used as an accelerator in the curing of polychloroprene & other elastomers. water Flammable Gas First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Ing.2-Epoxy ethane.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 102. repro sys [peritoneal cancer. terato effects.Gr: 0. kidney damage TO: Eyes. aluminum & tin. LEL: 3. amine odor. EKG abnor. Symptoms.18 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 30. 3800 TWA <0. Con SY: Irrit eyes.R. in animals: thickening of the skin.Pp:AScba Sol(86°F): 2% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl. [carc] Skin: Soap wash immed TO: Eyes. in animals: convuls. thyroid. goiter. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.Pp:AScba Fl. alkalis & oxidizers. oxides of iron & aluminum.56 eV See Appendix E (page 351) Provide: Quick drench (liquid) RGasD: 1.D. [carc]. liver. ETU. (liquid). blood. Ing. 2-Imidazolidine-2-thione Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca OSHA PEL: none NIOSH 5011 Use encapsulated form. skin burns (liq or high vap conc). IP: 10. throat. N. vomit.P: 486°F Wash skin: When contam/Daily IP: 8. head. nau.46 atm FRZ: -171°F UEL: 100% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids.Pp/SaF:Pd. resp sys. repro effects.82 (Liquid at 50°F) VP: 1. cyan. Swallow: Medical attention liquid: frostbite.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 75-21-8 KX2450000 Ca [800 ppm] C2H4O Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. 50 C 5 ppm (9 mg/m ) [10-min/day] See Appendix A OSHA PEL: [1910.N-Ethylenethiourea. peculiar taste.

skin. Sol: 8% Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Symptoms.9% Class IA Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 74.] Exposure Routes.R. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys.1 1500 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£/CcrFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 130°F Wash skin: When contam Sol(64°F): 9% GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.61 eV Sp. IP: 9.Pp/SaF:Pd. CNS Ethyl ether Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH2OCHO 109-94-4 LQ8400000 1500 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.Pp/SaF:Pd. Ethyl oxide.92 VP: 200 mmHg FRZ: -113°F UEL: 16. Symptoms. upper resp sys. sulfur.E Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C2H5OC2H5 60-29-7 KI5775000 1900 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. nau. [Note: A gas above 94°F. excited. sulfur compounds [Note: Tends to form explosive peroxides under influence of air and light. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Ethyl formate 140 . Ethyl methanoate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (300 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1452 OSHA PEL: TWA 100 ppm (300 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a fruity odor. Solvent ether Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 400 ppm (1200 mg/m ) NIOSH 1610 OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pungent.71 VP: 440 mmHg FRZ: -177°F UEL: 36.R. Diethyl oxide.1 1900 ppm: CcrOv*/GmFOv/PaprOv*/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 94°F Wash skin: N. Ether. resp sys. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. alkalis & acids [Note: Decomposes slowly in water to form ethyl alcohol and formic acid. strong oxidizers.P: -49°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. Skin: Water wash prompt Breath: Resp support narco.53 eV Sp. dizz. skin. upper resp sys. halogens. IP: 10.R.] Exposure Routes. Ing. in animals: narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. sweetish odor. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.Gr: 0. drow.03 mg/m3 DOT: 1155 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Diethyl ether.Gr: 0.P: -4°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.0% LEL: 1.03 mg/m3 DOT: 1190 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethyl ester of formic acid.0% LEL: 2. head.8% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 74.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. Ing.

skin.Pp:AScba VP: 442 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -228°F UEL: 18.2. IP: 9. [Note: A gas above 95°F.Gr: 0. throat. taste changes. olfactory.5 ppm (1.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.54 mg/m DOT: 2363 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethanethiol.29 eV ScbaF/SaF 500 ppm: Sa:Pd.R.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 298°F Not available. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. head. in animals: liver. kidneys.0% LEL: 2.P(oc): 101°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.90 VP: 4 mmHg FRZ: -112°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxygen [Note: ENB should be stored in a nitrogen atmosphere since it reacts with oxygen. bone marrow effects TO: Eyes. 5-Ethylidene-2-norbornene [Note: Due to its reactivity. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit muc memb.] Exposure Routes.Gr: 0. cough.84 §: ScbaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 120. liver. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support kidney damage. kidneys. vomit.Pp/SaF:Pd. liver. resp sys.92 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: ENB. lass. skin. Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed kidney. Sp. Symptoms. Ing. cyan. Ing. bone marrow Ethylidene norbornene E CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 75-08-1 KI9625000 500 ppm CH3CH2SH Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. nose. Ethyl sulfhydrate. CNS. Symptoms.P: -55°F Change: N. urogenital inj.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. 5-Ethylidenebicyclo(2.3 mg/m3) [15-minute] 3 NIOSH 2542 OSHA PEL†: C 10 ppm (25 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a strong.7% 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/SaT:Cf/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. ENB may be stabilized with tert-butyl catechol. narco Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. nau. Mercaptoethane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 0. in animals: inco. liver.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C9H12 16219-75-3 RB9450000 N. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.1)hept-2-ene. chemical pneu (aspir liquid).] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 5 ppm (25 mg/m3) OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless to white liquid with a turpentine-like odor. dysp. urogenital system. skunk-like odor.R.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 62. resp sys. blood Ethyl mercaptan 3 141 .8% Class IA Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers [Note: Reacts violently with calcium hypochlorite. nau.1 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 95°F 12.D.Pp Sp. head. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: ? Wash skin: Daily Fl. Abs.

Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. anemia Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. pulm edema. tremor. strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.Gr: 0. nose.3 100 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 336°F 250 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol: Reacts 500 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.P(oc): 90°F GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.52 mg/m3 DOT: 1292 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethyl orthosilicate. blood. resp sys Formula: C4H8ONCH2CH3 DOT: CAS#: 100-74-3 RTECS#: QE4025000 IDLH: 100 ppm Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (C2H5)4SiO4 78-10-4 VV9450000 700 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 8. throat.R.] Exposure Routes.93 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 1 mmHg FRZ: -117°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.P: 99°F 700 ppm: SaF:Pd. Tetraethyl silicate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (85 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH S264 (II-3) OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (850 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a sharp. alcohol-like odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 208.Pp/SaF:Pd. colored haloes Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Ethyl silicate (condensed).R.71 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: 4-Ethylmorpholine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (23 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S146 (II-3) OSHA PEL†: TWA 20 ppm (94 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an ammonia-like odor. resp sys.2 50 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 281°F 100 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv*/CcrFOv/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. Ing.Pp:AScba Sp. kidney damage. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 115. IP: ? Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash (>15%) Sp. nose.N-Ethylmorpholine E Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. kidneys. Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support narco. IP: 9. liver. Abs.Gr: 0.77 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. Tetraethoxysilane. Symptoms. Tetraethyl orthosilicate. water [Note: Reacts with water to form a silicone adhesive (a milky-white mass). vis dist: corn edema.90 VP: 6 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -81°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con SY: Irrit eyes. in animals: lac.Pp Change: N. liver. Ing. dysp. blue-gray Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support vision.Pp:AScba Change: N. skin Ethyl silicate 142 .

resp sys. lass. CNS.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.00005 mmHg MLT: 121°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported [Note: May hydrolyze under alkaline conditions. dizz. CNS. diarr.] Exposure Routes. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 0.D. card irreg. O. blood chol Fenamiphos F Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C11H17O4PS2 115-90-2 TF3850000 N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.14 Provide: Quick drench VP: 0. vomit. abdom cramps.R. abdom cramps. waxy solid. blurred vision. salv. Con Skin: Soap flush immed SY: Irrit skin. Terracur P® Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. vomit.D.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.O-Diethyl O-(p-methylsulfinyl)phenyl)phosphorothioate. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.4 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. musc fasc.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 303.03% Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. salv.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 22224-92-6 TB3675000 N. Phenamiphos Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. [pesticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 308. card irreg. musc fasc. Symptoms.1 mg/m3 [skin] NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Off-white to tan. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dasanit®. Breath: Resp support rhin. CVS.4 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. lass. blurred vision.Gr: 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ing. head. head.1 mg/m3 OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Brown liquid or yellow oil.Gr: 1. CVS. Abs. Nemacur®. [insecticide] [Note: Found commercially as a granular ingredient (5-15%) or in an emulsifiable concentrate (400 g/l). dysp Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Resp sys.20 Provide: Eyewash VP: ? FRZ: ? Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkalis First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. dys Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Skin. Ing. dizz. Abs. miosis. rhin. nau. Symptoms.2% Wash skin: When contam Fl. chest tight. Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support chest tight. C13H22NO3PS Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethyl 3-methyl-4-(methylthio)phenyl-(1-methylethyl)phosphoramidate. blood chol Fensulfothion 143 . miosis. diarr. Con SY: Nau. Sp.

Symptoms. rhin. GI dist Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.Gr: ? ScbaF/SaF VP: 0 mmHg (approx) 800 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.25 VP: 0. Ing. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. lass.F CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 55-38-9 TF9625000 N. dizz. dysp Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd. CVS. Entex. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. card irregularities. resp tract. musc fasc.Pp:AScba UEL: ? Escape: 100F/ScbaE LEL: ? 3 MEC: 55 g/m Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. C10H15O3PS Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Baytex. chest Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support tight. miosis. Symptoms.0003 mmHg FRZ: 43°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Exposure Routes. GI tract Swallow: Medical attention immed Ferbam 144 . resp sys. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Nau. Abs. CNS. odorless solid.72 eV 500 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf*/PaprTHie*/ Sp. salv.01% Remove: When wet or contam Fl.D. head. O. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin. Ing. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.006% Wash skin: When contam Fl. plasma chol Fenthion Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: [(CH3)2NCS2]3Fe 14484-64-1 NO8750000 800 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: tris(Dimethyldithiocarbamato)iron.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.Gr: 1. diarr. garlic-like odor.P: ? 250 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* Change: Daily IP: 7. moisture Exposure Routes. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 278. vomit. [fungicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 416. derm.Pp MLT: >356°F (Decomposes) §: ScbaF:Pd. blurred vision.5 50 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam 100 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* Sol: 0.O-Dimethyl O-3-methyl-4-methylthiophenyl phosphorothioate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless to brown liquid with a slight.3 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. Ferric dimethyl dithiocarbamate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m NIOSH 0500 Physical Description: Dark brown to black. abdom cramps.

D. ID125G ST 3 mg/m [*Note: The REL also applies to Vanadium metal and Vanadium carbide.Pp:AScba VP: 0 mmHg (approx) Escape: 100F/ScbaE MLT: ? UEL: NA LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Noncombustible Fibers Exposure Routes. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Fiber glas®. in animals: bron.8 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N.R.R. Sp. throat.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 106. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con Breath: Resp support SY: Irrit eyes. [Note: Ferrovanadium metal is an alloy usually containing 50-80% vanadium. nose.P: NA Remove: N. but dust may be an explosion hazard.3 g/m Metal: Noncombustible Solid.Gr: ? 50 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf*/PaprTHie*/ VP: 0 mmHg (approx) ScbaF/SaF MLT: 2696-2768°F 500 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. resp sys Formula: FeV DOT: CAS#: 12604-58-9 RTECS#: LK2900000 IDLH: 500 mg/m3 F Fibrous glass dust Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: LK3651000 IDLH: N. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. skin. BP: ? 5 mg/m3: Qm* Eyes: N. odorless particulate dispersed in air.Pp UEL: NA §: ScbaF:Pd. glass filaments >3 µm in diameter or glass “wool” with diameters down to 0.] 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1 mg/m Physical Description: Dark. 50X REL: 100F/PaprTHie/ScbaF/SaF IP: NA Change: Daily 1000X REL: SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. resp sys First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Breath: Fresh air 145 . Con SY: Irrit eyes. dysp TO: Eyes.Ferrovanadium dust Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: Ferrovanadium Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL*: TWA 1 mg/m3 3 OSHA ID121.5 §: ScbaF:Pd.R.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 3 fibers/cm3 (fibers ≤ 3. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.05 µm & >1 µm in length.R. skin. Symptoms. Glass fibers.P: NA 10 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* Remove: N.Pp:AScba LEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE 3 MEC: 1.5 µm in diameter & ≤ 10 µm in length) (see Table 1): NIOSH 7400 TWA 5 mg/m3 (total) OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m3 (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Typically.Pp/SaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH MW: NA Skin: Prevent skin contact 5X REL: Qm BP: NA Eyes: Prevent eye contact 10X REL: 95XQ/Sa Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: Daily 25X REL: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Fl. Symptoms.R.Pp Sp. Fiberglass. Glass wool [Note: Usually produced from borosilicate & low alkali silicate glasses. IP: NA 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* Change: N.Pp/SaF:Pd.Gr: 2.R. pneu TO: Eyes. Fl.

4 (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA BP: 75°F Skin: Prevent skin contact 2000 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Sol(75°F): 0.2 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. nitric acid. Breath: Resp support eye. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes.74 Change: N. Refrigerant 11.62 mg/m DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Freon® 11.Pp:AScba Fl.R. wheez. Monofluorotrichloromethane.31 Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE VP: >1 atm Quick drench (liquid) FRZ: -363°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas. pulm edema. but an extremely strong oxidizer. zinc.5 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam (liquid) Sol: Reacts 5 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam (liquid) Fl. nose. liver. kidney damage TO: Eyes. skin. potassium.] Exposure Routes. Reacts with H2O to form hydrofluoric acid. Sp.R. except the metal containers in which it is shipped. granular barium First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. organic compounds [Note: Reacts violently with all combustible materials.Pp Change: N. IP: 15. Trichlorofluoromethane. asphy. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 137.Gr: 1. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact (liquid) MW: 38.70 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. resp sys. liquid: frostbite Breath: Resp support TO: Skin. Ing. skin burns. derm. 9192 167 (cryogenic liquid) IDLH: 25 ppm CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 75-69-4 PB6125000 2000 ppm CCl3F Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. card arrhy.Pp/SaF:Pd.0 1 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact (liquid) BP: -307°F 2. powdered aluminum. lar spasm.P: NA Wash skin: N.47 (Liquid at 75°F) Provide: Eyewash VP: 690 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -168°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as Noncombustible Liquid sodium. Symptoms. in animals: liver. irritating odor. nearly odorless liquid or gas (above 75°F). Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.P: NA 25 ppm: SaF:Pd.55 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Fluorine-19 Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash (liquid) RGasD: 1.77 eV Remove: When wet or contam RGasD: 4. Trichloromonofluoromethane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 1000 ppm (5600 mg/m3) NIOSH 1006 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1000 ppm (5600 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless to water-white. resp sys.Fluorine F Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Inco.Pp/SaF:Pd. CVS Swallow: Medical attention immed Fluorotrichloromethane 3 146 . calcium. resp sys. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 11.1 ppm (0.1% Eyes: Prevent eye contact §: ScbaF:Pd.1 ppm (0. card arrest. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. tremor. oxidizers. kidneys Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: F2 7782-41-4 LM6475000 DOT: 1045 124.R. Symptoms. magnesium & lithium Nonflammable Gas shavings.2 mg/m ) None available Physical Description: Pale-yellow to greenish gas with a pungent.

blurred vision. card irreg. Symptoms. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. Sp. abdom cramps.] None available OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Liquid. CNS. Fl.P: ? Remove: N.07 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dyfonate®.Gr: 1. blood chol 147 . Ing.2-Trifluoroethoxyethene.14 VP: 286 mmHg FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid [Potentially EXPLOSIVE!] Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. 2.0002 mmHg FRZ: ? Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. convuls. Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support chest tight.1 mg/m3 [skin] NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL†: none OSHA PV2027 Physical Description: Light-yellow liquid with an aromatic odor.3 mg/m3) [60-minute] (see Table 1): [*Note: REL for exposure to waste anesthetic gas. analgesia. [insecticide] Fonofos Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 246. CVS. Conversion: 1 ppm = 10.3 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. head. CNS depres. rhin.001% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: ? Wash skin: N. Con SY: Nau. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Fluoroxene F Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H15OPS2 944-22-9 TA5950000 N.D. salv. vomit. dysp Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Resp sys.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 126.R. dizz. miosis.D. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. diarr. lass.2. [inhalation anesthetic] [Note: A gas above 109°F. Ing. resp depres Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. O-Ethyl-S-phenyl ethylphosphorothioate. anes. musc fasc.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CF3CH2OCH=CH2 406-90-6 KO4250000 N.R. BP: 109°F Not available. Dyphonate. Fonophos Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0.2-Trifluoroethyl vinyl ether Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: C 2 ppm (10. IP: ? Change: N.R. Abs.1 Skin: N.16 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2.R.P: >201°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.15 Provide: Eyewash VP(77°F): 0.2. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Gr: 1.

LEL: 7. 3800 TWA 0. throat. throat.Gr(77°F): 1. resp sys.R. oxides. nose. wheez. alkalis & acids.0% Reacts with HCl to form bis-Chloromethyl ether. phenols. Also see specific listings for Formaldehyde and Methyl alcohol. 2209 132 Synonyms/Trade Names: Formaldehyde solution [Note: Formalin is an aqueous solution that is 37% formaldehyde by weight.Pp:AScba Sol: Miscible Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Fl.1 ppm [15-minute] See Appendix A Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pungent odor.75 ppm ST 2 ppm Physical Description: Nearly colorless gas with a pungent. See Appendix E (page 351) RGasD: 1. inhibited solutions usually contain 6-12% methyl alcohol.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca OSHA PEL: [1910. Symptoms. resp sys [nasal cancer] Swallow: Medical attention immed 148 . resp sys [nasal cancer] Formaldehyde Formalin (as formaldehyde) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Ca [20 ppm] Conversion: DOT: 1198 132. [carc] TO: Eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd.75 ppm (see Table 1): NIOSH 2016. IP: 10. resp sys. 52 C 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.016 ppm ST 2 ppm OSHA ID205.F Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: HCHO 50-00-0 LP8925000 Ca [20 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. wheez. caustics. 2541. 3500.R. suffocating odor.1048] TWA 0. anhydrides First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. isocyanates. Symptoms.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 30.R. Methyl aldehyde. 52 C 0. cough. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes. VP: >1 atm FRZ: -134°F Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.016 ppm OSHA ID205. 3800 TWA 0.08 Provide: Eyewash VP: 1 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: ? UEL: 73% LEL: 7% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. derm.1 ppm [15-minute] See Appendix A OSHA PEL: [1910. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.04 Change: N. skin. [carc] Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. alkalis & acids. Sp. 3500.Pp:AScba BP: 214°F Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: 185°F Remove: When wet or contam See Appendix E (page 351) IP: ? Change: N. cough.P: NA (Gas) Wash skin: N. Ing.88 eV Remove: N. lac. Con Breath: Resp support SY: Irrit eyes. Methylene oxide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 2016. lac.R. [Note: Often used in an aqueous solution (see specific listing for Formalin).23 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Methanal. Class IIIA Combustible Liquid urea. UEL: 73% phenols. ¥: ScbaF:Pd.1048] TWA 0.R. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH MW: Varies Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.0 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: -6°F Skin: N. 2541. urea [Note: Pure formaldehyde has a tendency to polymerize.] Flammable Gas Exposure Routes. nose.

cough. absorbs moisture from the air). resp sys. skin. BP: 411°F (Decomposes) Not available. lac.22 (90% solution) Provide: Eyewash VP: 35 mmHg FRZ: 20°F (90% solution) Quick drench UEL: 57% (90% solution) LEL: 18% (90% solution) Class II Combustible Liquid (90% solution) Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.1 mmHg FRZ: 37°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. skin.1 Skin: N.13 VP(86°F): 0. Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. iodine. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support dysp. muc memb. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.R. rhin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.Gr: 1. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: N. copper. repro sys Formamide F Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: HCOOH 64-18-6 LQ4900000 30 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. derm.85 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbamaldehyde. brass. Ing. Hydrogen carboxylic acid. strong caustics.] Exposure Routes. Symptoms.e..R. nau.05 eV SaF:Pd.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: HCONH2 75-12-7 LQ0525000 N. sulfur trioxide.R.Gr: 1. [Note: A solid below 37°F.88 mg/m3 DOT: 1779 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: Formic acid (85-95% in aqueous solution). CNS. penetrating odor.Pp/ Wash skin: When contam Fl.20 eV Change: N. Sp. skin Skin: Water wash Breath: Resp support eruptions.] Exposure Routes.R. Ing.R. skin.P(oc): 310°F Remove: N. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. concentrated sulfuric acid [Note: Corrosive to metals. drow.] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 46.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 224°F (90% solution) 30 ppm: Sa*/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible §: ScbaF:Pd. throat. oily liquid. [Note: Often used in an aqueous solution.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 45. in animals: repro effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. nau Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Methanoic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (9 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 ppm (9 mg/m ) NIOSH 2011 OSHA ID186SG Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pungent.Pp:AScba Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Change: N. IP: 10. Fl. Sp. Methanamide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (15 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless.D. skin. acidosis. lass. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. lead [Note: Hygroscopic (i.P(oc): 122°F (90% solution) Remove: When wet or contam IP: 11. pyridine. skin burns. resp sys Formic acid 149 .

burning odor. derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Furfural Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C5H6O2 98-00-0 LU9100000 75 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.F Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C5H4O2 98-01-1 LT7000000 100 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. derm Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Abs.Pp/SaF:Pd.1% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids. vomit.P: 140°F GmFOv/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. strong alkalis [Note: May polymerize on contact with strong acids or strong alkalis.21 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd. 2-Hydroxymethylfuran Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (40 mg/m3) [skin] 3 NIOSH 2505 ST 15 ppm (60 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 ppm (200 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless to amber liquid with a faint.3% LEL: 2.] Exposure Routes.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. IP: ? Provide: Quick drench Sp. oxidizers.P: 149°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. [Note: Darkens in light and air. 2-Furancarboxaldehyde. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes. dizz.] Exposure Routes.1 75 ppm: CcrOv*/GmFOv/PaprOv*/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 338°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd. head. Symptoms.13 VP(77°F): 0.Pp:AScba Change: N.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 96.93 mg/m3 DOT: 1199 132P Synonyms/Trade Names: Fural. diuresis. upper resp sys.R. muc memb.1 50 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 323°F 100 ppm: Sa:Cf*/CcrFOv/PaprOv*/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: 8% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. skin. [Note: Darkens on exposure to light. skin. Abs. Furfuraldehyde. Symptoms. resp.16 VP: 2 mmHg FRZ: -34°F UEL: 19.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 98. Ing. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. Ing.Gr: 1. diarr. CNS Furfuryl alcohol 150 .3% LEL: 1. skin.01 mg/m3 DOT: 2874 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Furylmethanol.Gr: 1. nau. 2-Furfuraldehyde Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (20 mg/m ) [skin] NIOSH 2529 OSHA 72 Physical Description: Colorless to amber liquid with an almond-like odor.6 mmHg FRZ: 6°F UEL: 16.8% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers & acids [Note: Contact with organic acids may lead to polymerization. IP: 9. body Breath: Resp support temperature depres.

5 mg/m3 (approx) DOT: 1203 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: Motor fuel. convuls. IP: 11. kidney damage. derm. fainting.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.D.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl.6% LEL: 1. hemolytic effects TO: CNS.Pp/SaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 110 (approx) NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 102°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd.65 VP: >1 atm FRZ: -267°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Flammable Gas (may ignite SPONTANEOUSLY in air). Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. Germanium hydride. skin. BP: -127°F Not available. chemical pneu (aspir liquid). Swallow: Medical attention immed possible liver.72-0.6 Skin: N. Fl. Eyes: N. Abs.] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Petrol [Note: A complex mixture of volatile hydrocarbons (paraffins.P: NA (Gas) Remove: N. RGasD: 2. kidneys.Gasoline Formula: CAS#: 8006-61-9 RTECS#: LX3300000 IDLH: Ca [N.13 mg/m DOT: 2192 119 Synonyms/Trade Names: Germane. Natural gasoline. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh SY: Mal.D. slurred speech. Monogermane [Note: Used chiefly for the production of high purity germanium for use in semiconductors. liver. kidneys [in animals: liver & kidney cancer] G Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: GeH4 7782-65-2 LY4900000 N. vomit. resp sys. [carc] TO: Eyes. nau. dysp. Symptoms. Breath: Resp support dizz.R.R. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Bromine Exposure Routes.R.76 Provide: Eyewash VP: 38-300 mmHg FRZ: ? Quick drench UEL: 7. muc memb. Ing. Germanomethane.34 eV Change: N.Gr(60°F): 0. Symptoms. head.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): OSHA PV2028 See Appendix A OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Clear liquid with a characteristic odor. head. conf. nitric acid & perchlorates First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.R. CNS.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 76. Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. Motor spirits. blurred vision. [Note: Shipped as a compressed gas. lass.6 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless gas with a pungent odor.R. kidney inj. cycloparaffins & aromatics). Con Skin: Soap flush immed SY: Irrit eyes.R.2 ppm (0. blood Germanium tetrahydride 3 151 .P: -45°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: ? Change: N.4% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers such as peroxides. dizz. skin. Sp.

Sol: Miscible Wash skin: N. strong bases [Note: Alkaline solutions of glutaraldehyde (i.P: 320°F Remove: N. Sp. activated glutaraldehyde) react with alcohol. Abs. derm. potassium permanganate) [Note: Hygroscopic (i. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. head.R. colorless. skin. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl. OCH(CH2)3CHO 111-30-8 Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Glycerol. skin. Con SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys. Fl. Ing.G CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: MA2450000 N.R.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 92.Gr: 1.3-Propanetriol. asthma. nau.1 Skin: N.e. 0600 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Clear. Symptoms. Sp. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 100. potassium chlorate. 1.g. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Symptoms. skin.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 212°F Not available. resp sys..8 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 2532 See Appendix C (Aldehydes) OSHA 64 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pungent odor. sens skin.R.5-Pentanedial Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0.R. cough. hydrazines & proteins.] Exposure Routes. absorbs moisture from the air).2 ppm (0. Glycyl alcohol.. chromium trioxide. odorless.R. Con Skin: Water wash SY: Irrit eyes. [Note: The solid form melts above 64°F but the liquid form freezes at a much lower temperature.D. vomit. BP: 554°F (Decomposes) Not available.10 Provide: Eyewash VP: 17 mmHg FRZ: 7°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. kidney inj Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes. vomit Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.e. resp sys.Gr: 1.2. ketones. Eyes: N.. Trihydroxypropane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) NIOSH 0500. nau. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Glutaraldehyde CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 56-81-5 MA8050000 N. skin. HOCH2CH(OH)CH2OH Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Glycerin (anhydrous).R.26 VP(122°F): 0. kidneys Glycerin (mist) 152 .003 mmHg MLT: 64°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (e. 1.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. amines.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. syrupy liquid or solid (below 64°F).09 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Glutaric dialdehyde. IP: ? Change: N.D.

3-Hydroxypropylene oxide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 25 ppm (75 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1608 OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 ppm (150 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid. resp sys.1 150 ppm: Sa*/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 320°F (Decomposes) §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 1.10 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP(145°F): 1 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: <-98°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Traces of alkalis (promote violent polymerization) Exposure Routes. skin.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C3H6O2 556-52-5 UB4375000 150 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. Abs.R.1 20 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 361°F (Decomposes) 50 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: When contam Sol: Soluble 100 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl.Pp/SaF:Pd. dizz.Gr(66°F): 1. lass. Glycide. Ing. IP: ? Sp. odorless. Con Skin: Water wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. Hydroxymethyl ethylene oxide. HOCH2CN Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. Formaldehyde cyanohydrin.34 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Cyanomethanol. Glycolic nitrile. head. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin. Breath: Resp support dysp. Epoxypropyl alcohol. conf.9 mmHg FRZ: -49°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. throat. Con Skin: Water wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.03 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2. oily liquid. 2-Hydroxymethyl oxiran. skin. Ing. Symptoms.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet or contam Fl. CVS Glycolonitrile 153 . resp sys. abdom pain.P: 162°F Change: N. nau.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 57.Pp/SaF:Pd. convuls. Symptoms.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp. skin. nose. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. nitrates Exposure Routes.P: ? 250 ppm: SaF:Pd.3-Epoxy-1-propanol.D.12 VP(77°F): 0. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed G CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 107-16-4 AM0350000 N.Pp Change: Daily IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. Glyconitrile. [Note: Forms cyanide in the body. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. CNS. Hydroxyacetonitrile Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 2 ppm (5 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL: none None available Physical Description: Colorless. Glycidol Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 74.

Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Cough.R. dust. Properties depend upon the Eyes: N. derm. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. dysp.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 4 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 10 mg/m NIOSH 0500 Physical Description: Mixture of grain and all the other substances associated with its cultivation & harvesting. IP: NA 125 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie/SaT:Cf/ Sp. decr pulm func. chlorine trifluoride & potassium peroxide Exposure Routes.R. MW: 12. greasy feeling.R. grain fever TO: Eyes. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Fl. Mineral carbon. Sol: Insoluble 25 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: N. bron.Pp:AScba UEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE LEL: NA Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Very strong oxidizers such as fluorine. cough.Grain dust (oat. Symptoms.R.Pp MLT: 6602°F (Sublimes) §: ScbaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: Skin: N.5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N.25 ScbaF/SaF VP: 0 mmHg (approx) 1250 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.0-2.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2. Plumbago.D. and includes fertilizers. Silver graphite. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: N. dysp. G Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: None [Note: Grain dust consists of 60-75% organic materials (cereal grains) & 25-40% inorganic materials (soil). skin. CVS Graphite (natural) 154 . Not available. pesticides & microorganisms. black sputum. Stove black [Note: Also see specific listing for Graphite (synthetic).R. resp sys First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Breath: Fresh air Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C 7782-42-5 MD9659600 1250 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Black lead. skin.Pp/SaF:Pd. Remove: N.Gr: 2.5 mg/m3 (resp) (see Table 1): NIOSH 0500.R. Symptoms. conj. odorless solid. asthma. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. barley) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: MD7900000 IDLH: N. chronic obstructive pulm disease.R.P: NA 62.R. lung fib TO: Resp sys.5 mg/m3: PaprHie/Sa:Cf Change: N.R. upper resp sys. Change: Daily Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. rhinitis.0 12. BP: Sublimes Wash skin: N. wheat. wheez. specific component of the grain Wash skin: N. 0600 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mppcf Physical Description: Steel gray to black.

odorless. Gypsum stone. Fl. upper resp sys. 0600 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Steel gray to black.32 Change: N.R. Not available. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Sp. chlorine trifluoride & potassium peroxide Exposure Routes.R. Artificial graphite [Note: Also see specific listing for Graphite (natural). Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) TWA 5 mg/m3 (resp) Physical Description: White or nearly white. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 172. Symptoms. resp sys Gypsum 155 . diazomethane First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Acheson graphite. greasy feeling.R.2% Eyes: N.P: NA Remove: N.5-1. Sp. Fl.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) 3 NIOSH 0500. Eyes: N.R. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Cough. dysp. Mineral white [Note: Gypsum is the dihydrate form of calcium sulfate.D. black sputum.R. CaSO4×2H2O Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Calcium(II) sulfate dihydrate. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 12.0 Skin: N. cough. muc memb. Symptoms. Sol(77°F): 0.P: NA Wash skin: N.R.R.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) NIOSH 0500.Gr: 1.D.Gr: 2. lung fib TO: Resp sys. Plaster of Paris is the hemihydrate form. VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 262-325°F (Loses H2O) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Aluminum (at high temperatures).R. crystalline solid. skin. sneez. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. decr pulm func. CVS Graphite (synthetic) G CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 13397-24-5 MG2360000 N. skin. rhin Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes. odorless solid. Hydrated calcium sulfate.8 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 6602°F (Sublimes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Very strong oxidizers such as fluorine. BP: Sublimes Not available.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C 7440-44-0 (synthetic) FF5250100 (synthetic) N.2 (see Table 2): BP: ? Skin: N.R. IP: NA Remove: N. IP: NA Change: N.R.

H

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Hf 7440-58-6 MG4600000 50 mg/m3 (as Hf) Conversion: DOT: 1326 170 (powder, wet); 2545 135 (powder, dry) Synonyms/Trade Names: Celtium, Elemental hafnium, Hafnium metal Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: TWA 0.5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S194 (II-5) OSHA PEL*: TWA 0.5 mg/m OSHA ID121 [*Note: The REL and PEL also apply to other hafnium compounds (as Hf).] Physical Description: Highly lustrous, ductile, grayish solid. Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Table 2): (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 178.5 Skin: Prevent skin contact NIOSH/OSHA BP: 8316°F Eyes: Prevent eye contact 2.5 mg/m3: Qm Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl.P: NA 5 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA 12.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* Change: Daily Sp.Gr: 13.31 25 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf*/PaprTHie*/ Provide: Eyewash VP: 0 mmHg (approx) ScbaF/SaF MLT: 4041°F 50 mg/m3: SaF:Pd,Pp Quick drench UEL: NA §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba LEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE Explosive in powder form (either dry or with <25% water); finely divided powder can be ignited by static electricity or even SPONTANEOUSLY. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, chlorine Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: In animals: irrit eyes, skin, muc memb; liver damage Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, muc memb, liver Swallow: Medical attention immed

Hafnium

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CF3CHBrCl 151-67-7 KH6550000 N.D. Conversion: 1 ppm = 8.07 mg/m DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Bromo-1-chloro-2,2,2-trifluoroethane; 2-Bromo-2-chloro-1,1,1-trifluoroethane; 1,1,1-Trifluoro-2-bromo-2-chloroethane; 2,2,2-Trifluoro-1-bromo-1-chloroethane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL*: C 2 ppm (16.2 mg/m3) [60-minute] OSHA 29 [*Note: REL for exposure to waste anesthetic gas.] OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Clear, colorless liquid with a sweetish, pleasant odor. [inhalation anesthetic] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 197.4 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 122°F Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.3% Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 1.87 Provide: Eyewash VP: 243 mmHg FRZ: -180°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: May attack rubber & some plastics; sensitive to light. [Note: Light causes decomposition. May be stabilized with 0.01% thymol.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con SY: Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; conf, drow, dizz, nau, analgesia, anes; card Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support arrhy; liver, kidney damage; decr audio-visual performance; in animals: Swallow: Medical attention immed repro effects TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CVS, CNS, liver, kidneys, repro sys

Halothane

3

156

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H5Cl7 76-44-8 PC0700000 Ca [35 mg/m3] Conversion: DOT: 2761 151 (organochlorine pesticide, solid) Synonyms/Trade Names: 1,4,5,6,7,8,8-Heptachloro-3a,4,7,7a-tetrahydro-4,7-methanoindene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S287 (II-5) TWA 0.5 mg/m [skin] OSHA PV2029 See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.5 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: White to light-tan crystals with a camphor-like odor. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 373.4 ¥: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 293°F (Decomposes) Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: 0.0006% Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: NA Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.Gr: 1.66 VP(77°F): 0.0003 mmHg Quick drench MLT: 203°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid, but may be dissolved in flammable liquids. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Iron, rust Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: In animals: tremor, convuls; liver damage; [carc] Breath: Resp support TO: CNS,liver [in animals: liver cancer] Swallow: Medical attention immed

Heptachlor

H

Formula: CH3[CH2]5CH3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.10 mg/m DOT: 1206 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: Heptane, normal-Heptane Exposure Limits: NIOSH REL: TWA 85 ppm (350 mg/m3) C 440 ppm (1800 mg/m3) [15-minute] OSHA PEL†: TWA 500 ppm (2000 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a gasoline-like odor. Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Table 2): Properties: Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 100.2 Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 209°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.0003% Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: 25°F Change: N.R. IP: 9.90 eV Sp.Gr: 0.68 VP(72°F): 40 mmHg FRZ: -131°F UEL: 6.7% LEL: 1.05% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh, Ing, Con SY: Dizz, stupor, inco; loss of appetite, nau; derm; chemical pneu (aspir liquid); uncon TO: Skin, resp sys, CNS

n-Heptane

CAS#: 142-82-5

RTECS#: MI7700000

IDLH: 750 ppm

3

Measurement Methods (see Table 1): NIOSH 1500 OSHA 7 Respirator Recommendations (see Tables 3 and 4): NIOSH 750 ppm: CcrOv/GmFOv/PaprOv/ Sa/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE

First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed

157

H

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 1639-09-4 MJ1400000 N.D. CH3[CH2]6SH Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.41 mg/m3 DOT: 1228 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Heptyl mercaptan, n-Heptyl mercaptan Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0.5 ppm (2.7 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a strong odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 132.3 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 351°F 12.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: 115°F Change: N.R. IP: ? ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Sp.Gr: 0.84 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: ? FRZ: -46°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers, reducing agents, strong acids & bases, alkali metals Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose, throat; lass, cyan, incr respiration, nau, Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support drow, head, vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, blood

1-Heptanethiol

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Cl2C=CClCCl=CCl2 87-68-3 EJ07000 Ca [N.D.] Conversion: 1 ppm = 10.66 mg/m3 DOT: 2279 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: HCBD; Hexachloro-1,3-butadiene; 1,3-Hexachlorobutadiene; Perchlorobutadiene Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 2543 TWA 0.02 ppm (0.24 mg/m ) [skin] See Appendix A OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Clear, colorless liquid with a mild, turpentine-like odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 260.7 ¥: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 419°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: ? Change: N.R. IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.Gr: 1.55 VP: 0.2 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -6°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: In animals: irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; kidney damage; [carc] Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, kidneys [in animals: kidney tumors] Swallow: Medical attention immed

Hexachlorobutadiene

158

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C5Cl6 77-47-4 GY1225000 N.D. Conversion: 1 ppm = 11.16 mg/m3 DOT: 2646 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: HCCPD; Hexachloro-1,3-cyclopentadiene; 1,2,3,4,5,5-Hexachloro-1,3-cyclopentadiene; Perchlorocyclopentadiene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.01 ppm (0.1 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 2518 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Pale-yellow to amber-colored liquid with a pungent, unpleasant odor. [Note: A solid below 16°F.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 272.8 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 462°F Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 0.0002% (Reacts) Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 1.71 Provide: Eyewash VP(77°F): 0.08 mmHg FRZ: 16°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water, light [Note: Reacts slowly with water to form hydrochloric acid; will corrode iron & most metals in presence of moisture. Explosive hydrogen gas may collect in enclosed spaces in the presence of moisture.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con SY: Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; eye, skin burns; lac; sneez, cough, dysp, Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support salv, pulm edema; nau, vomit, diarr; in animals: liver, kidney inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, liver, kidneys

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene

H

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Cl3CCCl3 67-72-1 KI4025000 Ca [300 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 9.68 mg/m DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbon hexachloride, Ethane hexachloride, Perchloroethane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1003 TWA 1 ppm (10 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 7 See Appendix A See Appendix C (Chloroethanes) OSHA PEL: TWA 1 ppm (10 mg/m3) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless crystals with a camphor-like odor. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH MW: 236.7 Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba BP: Sublimes Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sol(72°F): 0.005% Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: 11.22 eV Change: Daily Sp.Gr: 2.09 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.2 mmHg Quick drench MLT: 368°F (Sublimes) UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkalis; metals such as zinc, cadmium, LEL: NA aluminum, hot iron & mercury Noncombustible Solid

Hexachloroethane

3

Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con SY: Irrit eyes, skin, muc memb; in animals: kidney damage; [carc] TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, kidneys [in animals: liver cancer]

First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed

159

Hexachloronaphthalene

H

Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: Halowax® 1014 Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.2 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S100 (II-2) OSHA PEL: TWA 0.2 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: White to light-yellow solid with an aromatic odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 334.9 2 mg/m3: Sa*/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 650-730°F Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: Insoluble §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: NA Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: Daily IP: ? Sp.Gr: 1.78 VP: <1 mmHg MLT: 279°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Acne-form derm, nau, conf, jaun, coma Breath: Resp support TO: Skin, liver Swallow: Medical attention immed

Formula: C10H2Cl6 DOT:

CAS#: 1335-87-1

RTECS#: QJ7350000

IDLH: 2 mg/m3

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3[CH2]15SH 2917-26-2 N.D. Conversion: 1 ppm = 10.59 mg/m3 DOT: 1228 131 (liquid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Cetyl mercaptan, Hexadecanethiol-1, n-Hexadecanethiol, Hexadecyl mercaptan Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0.5 ppm (5.3 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid or solid (below 64-68°F) with a strong odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 258.5 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? 12.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: 215°F Change: Daily IP: ? ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Sp.Gr: 0.85 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 0.1 mmHg FRZ: 64-68°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers, strong acids & bases, alkali metals, reducing agents Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con SY: Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; head, dizz, lass, cyan, nau, convuls Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, blood Swallow: Medical attention immed

1-Hexadecanethiol

160

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 684-16-2 UC2450000 N.D. (CF3)2CO Conversion: 1 ppm = 6.79 mg/m3 DOT: 2420 125 Synonyms/Trade Names: Hexafluoro-2-propanone; 1,1,1,3,3,3-Hexafluoro-2-propanone; HFA; Perfluoroacetone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.1 ppm (0.7 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless gas with a musty odor. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 166.0 (see Table 2): BP: -18°F Skin: Prevent skin contact/Frostbite Not available. Sol: Reacts Eyes: Prevent eye contact/Frostbite Fl.P: NA Wash skin: N.R. IP: 11.81 eV Remove: N.R. RGasD: 5.76 Change: N.R. VP: 5.8 atm Provide: Frostbite wash FRZ: -188°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas, but highly reactive Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water, acids [Note: Hygroscopic (i.e., absorbs moisture from the air); reacts with with water & other substances, moisture to form a highly acidic sesquihydrate.] releasing heat. Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Abs, Con Eye: Frostbite SY: Irrit eyes, skin, muc memb, resp sys; pulm edema; liquid: Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support frostbite; in animals: terato, repro effects; kidney inj TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, kidneys, repro sys

Hexafluoroacetone

H

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: OCN[CH2]6NCO 822-06-0 MO1740000 N.D. Conversion: 1 ppm = 6.88 mg/m DOT: 2281 156 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1,6-Diisocyanatohexane; HDI; Hexamethylene-1,6-diisocyanate; 1,6-Hexamethylene diisocyanate; HMDI Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.005 ppm (0.035 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 5521, 5522, 5525 C 0.020 ppm (0.140 mg/m3) [10-minute] OSHA 42 OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Clear, colorless to slightly yellow liquid with a sharp, pungent odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 168.2 0.05 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 415°F 0.125 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol: Low (Reacts) 0.25 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: 284°F 1 ppm: SaF:Pd,Pp Change: N.R. IP:? §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp.Gr(77°F): 1.04 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP(77°F): 0.5 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -89°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water, alcohols, strong bases, amines, carboxylic acids, organotin catalysts [Note: Reacts slowly with water to form carbon dioxide. Avoid heating above 392°F (polymerizes).] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; cough, dysp, bron, wheez, pulm Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support edema, asthma; corn damage, skin blisters Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys

Hexamethylene diisocyanate
3

161

H

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 680-31-9 TD0875000 Ca [N.D.] [(CH3)2N]3PO Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Hexamethylphosphoric triamide, Hexamethylphosphorotriamide, HMPA, Tris(dimethylamino)phosphine oxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): See Appendix A None available OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Clear, colorless liquid with an aromatic or mild, amine-like odor. [Note: A solid below 43°F.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 179.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 451°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: 220°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 1.03 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.03 mmHg FRZ: 43°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers, strong acids, chemically-active metals (e.g., potassium, sodium, magnesium, zinc) Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; dysp; abdom pain; [carc] TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, GI tract [in animals: cancer of the Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed nasal cavity]

Hexamethyl phosphoramide

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3[CH2]4CH3 110-54-3 MN9275000 1100 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.53 mg/m DOT: 1208 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: Hexane, Hexyl hydride, normal-Hexane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (180 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1500, 3800 OSHA PEL†: TWA 500 ppm (1800 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a gasoline-like odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 86.2 500 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 156°F 1100 ppm: Sa:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.002% §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: -7°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.R. IP: 10.18 eV Sp.Gr: 0.66 VP: 124 mmHg FRZ: -219°F UEL: 7.5% LEL: 1.1% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes, nose; nau, head; peri neur: numb extremities, Breath: Resp support musc weak; derm; dizz; chemical pneu (aspir liquid) Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, PNS

n-Hexane

3

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Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H14 N.D. Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.53 mg/m3 DOT: 1208 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: Diethylmethylmethane; Diisopropyl; 2,2-Dimethylbutane; 2,3-Dimethylbutane; Isohexane; 2-Methylpentane; 3-Methylpentane [Note: Also see specific listing for n-Hexane.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (350 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 None available C 510 ppm (1800 mg/m ) [15-minute] OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Clear liquids with mild, gasoline-like odors. [Note: Includes all the isomers of hexane except n-hexane.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 86.2 1000 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 122-145°F 2500 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 5000 ppm: SaT:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: -54 to 19°F §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Change: N.R. IP: ? Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sp.Gr: 0.65-0.66 VP: ? FRZ: -245 to -148°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IB Flammable Liquids Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; head, dizz; nau; chemical pneu Breath: Resp support (aspir liquid); derm Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS

Hexane isomers (excluding n-Hexane)

H

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 111-31-9 MO4550000 N.D. CH3[CH2]5SH Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.83 mg/m DOT: 1228 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Hexanethiol, Hexyl mercaptan, n-Hexyl mercaptan, n-Hexylthiol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 0.5 ppm (2.7 mg/m3) [15-minute] OSHA PEL: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an unpleasant odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 118.2 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 304°F 12.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: 68°F Change: N.R. IP: ? ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Sp.Gr: 0.84 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: ? FRZ: -113°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers, reducing agents, strong acids & bases, alkali metals Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose, throat; lass, cyan, incr respiration, nau, Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support drow, head, vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, blood

n-Hexanethiol

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Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CO[CH2]3CH3 591-78-6 MP1400000 1600 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.10 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Butyl methyl ketone, MBK, Methyl butyl ketone, Methyl n-butyl ketone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (4 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1300, 2555 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (410 mg/m ) OSHA PV2031 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an acetone-like odor.

2-Hexanone

H

Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Table 2): Properties: Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 100.2 Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 262°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 2% Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: 77°F Change: N.R. IP: 9.34 eV Sp.Gr: 0.81 VP: 11 mmHg FRZ: -71°F UEL: 8% LEL: ? Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con SY: Irrit eyes, nose; peri neur: lass, pares; derm; head, drow TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, PNS

Respirator Recommendations (see Tables 3 and 4): NIOSH 10 ppm: Sa 25 ppm: Sa:Cf 50 ppm: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF 1600 ppm: SaF:Pd,Pp §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE

First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COCH2CH(CH3)2 108-10-1 SA9275000 500 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.10 mg/m3 DOT: 1245 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Isobutyl methyl ketone, Methyl isobutyl ketone, 4-Methyl 2-pentanone, MIBK Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (205 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1300, 2555 ST 75 ppm (300 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 1004 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (410 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pleasant odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 100.2 500 ppm: CcrOv*/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 242°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 2% Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: 64°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.R. IP: 9.30 eV Sp.Gr: 0.80 VP: 16 mmHg FRZ: -120°F UEL(200°F): 8.0% LEL(200°F): 1.2% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, potassium tert-butoxide Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, muc memb; head, narco, coma; derm; in Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support animals: liver, kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, liver, kidneys

Hexone

164

2-Methyl-2. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 118. nau. Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.08% Sa*/ScbaF Remove: When wet or contam §: ScbaF:Pd.2 500 ppm: CcrOv*/GmFOv/PaprOv*/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 297°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. resp sys. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 388°F Not available.05 mmHg FRZ: -58°F (Sets to glass) UEL(est): 7. 4-Methyl-2. Skin: Water wash immed Breath: Resp support derm.Pp/SaF:Pd.3-Dimethylbutyl acetate. in animals: narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. skin.83 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2. resp sys. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.4% LEL(calc): 1. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: ? Sp. fruity odor. strong oxidizers.90 mg/m3 DOT: 1233 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1.4-Dihydroxy-2-methylpentane.Gr: 0.4-diol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 25 ppm (125 mg/m3) OSHA PV2101 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild. pleasant. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed sec-Hexyl acetate H Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)2COHCH2CHOHCH3 107-41-5 SA0810000 N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.3% Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. dizz. Ing. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 144. head. resp sys. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl..Gr: 0. skin sens Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.e. head. CNS depres. Symptoms. sweetish odor.R.R. skin.86 VP: 3 mmHg FRZ: -83°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates. alkalis & acids Exposure Routes. skin.Pp:AScba Fl.92 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. inco.D. Ing.4-pentanediol. Symptoms. Sp.P: 113°F Change: N.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C8H16O2 108-84-9 SA7525000 500 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. Methylisoamyl acetate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (300 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1450 OSHA PEL: TWA 50 ppm (300 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild. strong acids [Note: Hygroscopic (i. absorbs moisture from the air).] Exposure Routes. nose. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.P: 209°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. CNS Hexylene glycol 165 . 2-Methylpentane-2. throat.4-pentanediol.

Gr(77°F): 1.009 (40% hydrogenated) VP: ? FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquids Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported [Note: When heated. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Hydrogenated phenylbiphenyls.9% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. CNS. skin. pulm edema. fuming. Ing. [Note: A solid below 36°F. kidney damage. resp sys. 2029 132 (>64% solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Diamine. acids [Note: Can ignite SPONTANEOUSLY on contact with oxidizers or porous materials such as earth. liver. metallic oxides.P: 99°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 8.P: 315°F (40% hydrogenated) Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. Abs. nau. derm.31 mg/m3 2030 153 (37-64% solution). Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. oily. liver. Sp. dizz.3 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless.04 mg/m ) [2-hour] OSHA 20.1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 236°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd.R.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Escape: ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl. 108 See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1 ppm (1. wood & cloth. skin.03 ppm (0.H Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: H2NNH2 302-01-2 MU7175000 Ca [50 ppm] DOT: 2029 132 (anhydrous).] Exposure Routes. Hydrazine (anhydrous). 3293 152 (≤ 37% solution).93 eV Change: N. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.D. liver.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 32.19 mg/m (40% hydrogenated) DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Hydrogenated diphenylbenzenes. Conversion: 1 ppm = 12. skin burns. nitric acid. resp sys. Symptoms. in animals: bron. Con SY: Irrit eyes.Gr: 1. Ing. pale-yellow liquids with a faint odor.Pp/SaF:Pd. kidneys [in animals: tumors of the lungs.01 Provide: Eyewash VP: 10 mmHg FRZ: 36°F Quick drench UEL: 98% LEL: 2. [carc] TO: Eyes.5 ppm (5 mg/m3) OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Clear. liver. oily liquid with an ammonia-like odor. kidneys. Symptoms. throat. skin. blood vessels & intestine] Hydrazine Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (C6Hn)3 61788-32-7 WZ6535000 N.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. temporary blindness. Wash skin: When contam Fl. Hydrogenated triphenyls [Note: Complex mixture of terphenyl isomers that are partially hydrogenated. nose. irritating vapors will be released. hemato sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Hydrogenated terphenyls 3 166 .] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Hydrazine base Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 3503 C 0. liver. [plasticizer/heat-transfer media] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Chemical & Physical Properties: Recommendations (see Table 2): MW: 298 (40% hydrogenated) (see Tables 3 and 4): Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 644°F (40% hydrogenated) Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Not available. kidney.003-1. hemato damage Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Swallow: Medical attention immed convuls. hydrogen peroxide. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support eye. resp sys.

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: HBr 10035-10-6 MW3850000 30 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.31 mg/m3 DOT: 1048 125 (anhydrous); 1788 154 (solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Anhydrous hydrogen bromide; Aqueous hydrogen bromide (i.e., Hydrobromic acid) Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 3 ppm (10 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7903 OSHA PEL†: TWA 3 ppm (10 mg/m ) OSHA ID165SG Physical Description: Colorless gas with a sharp, irritating odor. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. Often used in an aqueous solution.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact (solution)/Frostbite MW: 80.9 30 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprAg£/GmFAg/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact (solution)/Frostbite BP: -88°F Wash skin: When contam (solution) Sol: 49% ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam (solution) Fl.P: NA Escape: GmFAg/ScbaE Change: N.R. IP: 11.62 eV Provide: Eyewash (liquid) RGasD: 2.81 VP: 20 atm Quick drench (solution) FRZ: -124°F Frostbite wash UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, strong caustics, moisture, copper, brass, zinc [Note: Hydrobromic acid is highly corrosive to most metals.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Ing (solution), Con Eye: Irr immed (solution)/Frostbite SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose, throat; solution: eye, skin burns; liquid: Skin: Water flush immed (solution)/Frostbite Breath: Resp support frostbite Swallow: Medical attention immed (solution) TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys

Hydrogen bromide

H

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: HCl 7647-01-0 MW4025000 50 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.49 mg/m3 DOT: 1050 125 (anhydrous); 1789 157 (solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Anhydrous hydrogen chloride; Aqueous hydrogen chloride (i.e., Hydrochloric acid, Muriatic acid) [Note: Often used in an aqueous solution.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 5 ppm (7 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 7903 OSHA PEL: C 5 ppm (7 mg/m ) OSHA ID174SG Physical Description: Colorless to slightly yellow gas with a pungent, irritating odor. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: Skin: Prevent skin contact (solution)/Frostbite NIOSH/OSHA MW: 36.5 50 ppm: CcrS*/GmFS/PaprS*/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact/Frostbite BP: -121°F Wash skin: When contam (solution) Sol(86°F): 67% Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam (solution) Fl.P: NA Escape: GmFAg/ScbaE Change: N.R. IP: 12.74 eV Provide: Eyewash (solution) RGasD: 1.27 VP: 40.5 atm Quick drench (solution) FRZ: -174°F Frostbite wash UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Hydroxides, amines, alkalis, copper, brass, zinc [Note: Hydrochloric acid is highly corrosive to most metals.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed (solution)/Frostbite ER: Inh, Ing (solution), Con SY: Irrit nose, throat, larynx; cough, choking; derm; solution: eye, Skin: Water flush immed (solution)/Frostbite Breath: Resp support skin burns; liquid: frostbite; in animals: lar spasm; pulm edema Swallow: Medical attention immed (solution) TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys

Hydrogen chloride

167

H

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: HCN 74-90-8 MW6825000 50 ppm DOT: 1051 117 (>20% solution); 1051 117 (anhydrous); Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.10 mg/m3 1613 154 (20% solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Formonitrile, Hydrocyanic acid, Prussic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: ST 4.7 ppm (5 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 10 ppm (11 mg/m ) [skin] NIOSH 6010, 6017 Physical Description: Colorless or pale-blue liquid or gas (above 78°F) with a bitter, almond-like odor. [Note: Often used as a 96% solution in water.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 27.0 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 78°F (96%) 47 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible 50 ppm: Sa:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: 0°F (96%) §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 13.60 eV Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 0.69 Provide: Eyewash VP: 630 mmHg FRZ: 7°F (96%) Quick drench UEL: 40.0% LEL: 5.6% Class IA Flammable Liquid Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Amines, oxidizers, acids, sodium hydroxide, calcium hydroxide, sodium carbonate, caustics, ammonia [Note: Can polymerize at 122-140°F.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con SY: Asphy; lass, head, conf; nau, vomit; incr rate and depth of respiration Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support or respiration slow and gasping; thyroid, blood changes Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS, CVS, thyroid, blood

Hydrogen cyanide

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: HF 7664-39-3 MW7875000 30 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 0.82 mg/m DOT: 1052 125 (anhydrous); 1790 157 (solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Anhydrous hydrogen fluoride; Aqueous hydrogen fluoride (i.e., Hydrofluoric acid); HF-A Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 3 ppm (2.5 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 3800, 7902, 7903, C 6 ppm (5 mg/m ) [15-minute] OSHA PEL†: TWA 3 ppm 7906 OSHA ID110 Physical Description: Colorless gas or fuming liquid (below 67°F) with a strong, irritating odor. [Note: Shipped in cylinders.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA MW: 20.0 Skin: Prevent skin contact (liquid) 30 ppm: CcrS*/PaprS*/GmFS/ BP: 67°F Eyes: Prevent eye contact (liquid) Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam (liquid) Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Fl.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam (liquid) Escape: GmFS/ScbaE IP: 15.98 eV Change: N.R. RGasD: 1.86 Provide: Eyewash (liquid) Sp.Gr: 1.00 (Liquid at 67°F) Quick drench (liquid) VP: 783 mmHg FRZ: -118°F UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Metals, water or steam LEL: NA [Note: Corrosive to metals. Will attack glass and concrete.] Nonflammable Gas

Hydrogen fluoride

3

Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh, Abs (liquid), Ing (solution), Con SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose, throat; pulm edema; eye, skin burns; rhinitis; bron; bone changes TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, bones

First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed (solution/liquid) Skin: Water flush immed (solution/liquid) Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed (solution)

168

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: H2O2 7722-84-1 MX0900000 75 ppm DOT: 2984 140 (8-20% solution); 2014 140 (20-60% solution); Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.39 mg/m3 2015 143 (>60% solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: High-strength hydrogen peroxide, Hydrogen dioxide, Hydrogen peroxide (aqueous), Hydroperoxide, Peroxide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (1.4 mg/m3) 3 OSHA ID126SG OSHA PEL: TWA 1 ppm (1.4 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a slightly sharp odor. [Note: The pure compound is a crystalline solid below 12°F. Often used in an aqueous solution.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 34.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 286°F 10 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible 25 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: NA 50 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: 10.54 eV 75 ppm: SaF:Pd,Pp Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 1.39 §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash VP(86°F): 5 mmHg Escape: GmFS/ScbaE FRZ: 12°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid, but a powerful oxidizer. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizable materials, iron, copper, brass, bronze, chromium, zinc, lead, silver, manganese [Note: Contact with combustible material may result in SPONTANEOUS combustion.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes, nose, throat; corn ulcer; eryt, vesic skin; bleaching hair Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed

Hydrogen peroxide

H

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 7783-07-5 MX1050000 1 ppm H2Se Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.31 mg/m DOT: 2202 117 (anhydrous) Synonyms/Trade Names: Selenium dihydride, Selenium hydride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.05 ppm (0.2 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL: TWA 0.05 ppm (0.2 mg/m3) None available Physical Description: Colorless gas with an odor resembling decayed horseradish. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Frostbite MW: 81.0 0.5 ppm: Sa Eyes: Frostbite BP: -42°F 1 ppm: Sa:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: N.R. Sol(73°F): 0.9% §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: NA (Gas) Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE Change: N.R. IP: 9.88 eV Provide: Frostbite wash RGasD: 2.80 VP(70°F): 9.5 atm FRZ: -87°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, acids, water, halogenated hydrocarbons First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh, Con Skin: Frostbite SY: Irrit eyes, nose, throat; nau, vomit, diarr; metallic taste, garlic Breath: Resp support breath; dizz, lass; liquid: frostbite; in animals: pneu; liver damage TO: Eyes, resp sys, liver

Hydrogen selenide

3

169

H

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 7783-06-4 MX1225000 100 ppm H2S Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.40 mg/m3 DOT: 1053 117 Synonyms/Trade Names: Hydrosulfuric acid, Sewer gas, Sulfuretted hydrogen Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 10 ppm (15 mg/m3) [10-minute] (see Table 1): NIOSH 6013 OSHA PEL†: C 20 ppm OSHA ID141 50 ppm [10-minute maximum peak] Physical Description: Colorless gas with a strong odor of rotten eggs. [Note: Sense of smell becomes rapidly fatigued & can NOT be relied upon to warn of the continuous presence of H2S. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Frostbite MW: 34.1 100 ppm: PaprS/GmFS/Sa*/ScbaF Eyes: Frostbite BP: -77°F §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Wash skin: N.R. Sol: 0.4% Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: NA (Gas) Change: N.R. IP: 10.46 eV Provide: Frostbite wash RGasD: 1.19 VP: 17.6 atm FRZ: -122°F UEL: 44.0% LEL: 4.0% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, strong nitric acid, metals First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh, Con Skin: Frostbite SY: Irrit eyes, resp sys; apnea, coma, convuls; conj, eye pain, lac, photo, corn vesic; dizz, head, lass, irrity, insom; GI dist; liquid: frostbite Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, resp sys, CNS

Hydrogen sulfide

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4(OH)2 123-31-9 MX3500000 50 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 2662 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: p-Benzenediol; 1,4-Benzenediol; Dihydroxybenzene; 1,4-Dihydroxybenzene; Quinol Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 2 mg/m3 [15-minute] 3 NIOSH 5004 OSHA PEL: TWA 2 mg/m OSHA PV2094 Physical Description: Light-tan, light-gray, or colorless crystals. Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 110.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 545°F 50 mg/m3: PaprHie£/100F/SaT:Cf£/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 7% Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: 329°F (Molten) ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: 7.95 eV §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Change: Daily Sp.Gr: 1.33 Escape: 100F/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash (>7%) VP: 0.00001 mmHg MLT: 338°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid; dust cloud may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, alkalis First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Water flush SY: Irrit eyes; conj; kera; CNS excitement; colored urine, nau, dizz, suffocation, rapid breath; musc twitch, delirium; collapse; skin irrit, sens, derm Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS

Hydroquinone

170

2-Hydroxypropyl acrylate
Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.33 mg/m3

Formula: CH2=CHCOOCH2CHOHCH3 DOT:

CAS#: 999-61-1

RTECS#: AT1925000

IDLH: N.D.

Synonyms/Trade Names: HPA, β-Hydroxypropyl acrylate, Propylene glycol monoacrylate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.5 ppm (3 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Clear to light-yellow liquid wiith a sweetish, solvent odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 130.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 376°F Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: ? Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: 149°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 1.05 Provide: Eyewash VP: ? FRZ: ? Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: 1.8% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water [Note: Can become unstable at high temperatures & pressures or may react with water with some release of energy, but not violently.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Skin: Soap flush immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; eye, skin burns; cough, dysp Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed

I

Indene

Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.75 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Indonaphthene Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (45 mg/m3) OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid. [Note: A solid below 29°F.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 116.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 359°F Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: Daily Fl.P: 173°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: 8.81 eV Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 0.997 VP: ? FRZ: 29°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported [Note: Polymerizes & oxidizes on standing. It has exploded during nitration with (H2SO4 + HNO3).] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: In animals: irrit eyes, skin, muc memb; derm, skin sens; Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support chemical pneu (aspir liquid); liver, kidney, spleen inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, liver, kidneys, spleen

Formula: C9H8 DOT:

CAS#: 95-13-6

RTECS#: NK8225000

IDLH: N.D.

171

Indium

I

Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: Indium metal Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: TWA 0.1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): [*Note: The REL also applies to other indium compounds (as In).] NIOSH 7303, P&CAM173 (II-5) OSHA ID121 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Ductile, shiny, silver-white metal that is softer than lead. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 114.8 Skin: N.R. BP: 3767°F Not available. Eyes: N.R. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N.R. Fl.P: NA Remove: N.R. IP: NA Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 7.31 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 314°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid in bulk form, but may ignite in powdered or dust form. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: (Dinitrogen tetraoxide + acetonitrile), mercury(II) bromide (at 662°F), sulfur (mixtures ignite when heated) [Note: oxidizes readily at higher temperatures.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; possible liver, kidney, heart, blood Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support effects; pulm edema Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, liver, kidneys, heart, blood

Formula: In DOT:

CAS#: 7440-74-6

RTECS#: NL1050000

IDLH: N.D.

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: I2 7553-56-2 NN1575000 2 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 10.38 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Iodine crystals, Molecular iodine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0.1 ppm (1 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6005 OSHA PEL: C 0.1 ppm (1 mg/m ) OSHA ID212 Physical Description: Violet solid with a sharp, characteristic odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 253.8 1 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 365°F 2 ppm: Sa:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.01% §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: NA Escape: GmFAg100/ScbaE Change: Daily IP: 9.31 eV Provide: Eyewash (>7%) Sp.Gr: 4.93 VP(77°F): 0.3 mmHg Quick drench (>7%) MLT: 236°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Ammonia, acetylene, acetaldehyde, powdered aluminum, active metals, liquid chlorine Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose; lac; head; chest tight; skin burns, rash; Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support cutaneous hypersensitivity Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, CVS

Iodine

172

Iodoform

Conversion: 1 ppm = 16.10 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Triiodomethane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.6 ppm (10 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Yellow to greenish-yellow powder or crystalline solid with a pungent, disagreeable odor. [antiseptic for external use] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 393.7 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 410°F (Decomposes) Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.01% Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.Gr: 4.01 VP: ? MLT: 246°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, lithium, metallic salts (e.g., mercuric oxide, silver nitrate), strong bases, calomel, tannin Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con SY: Irrit eyes, skin; lass, dizz, nau, inco, CNS depres; dysp; liver, Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support kidney, heart damage; vis dist Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, liver, kidneys, heart

Formula: CHI3 DOT:

CAS#: 75-47-8

RTECS#: PB7000000

IDLH: N.D.

I

RTECS#: CAS#: IDLH: NO7400000 1309-37-1 2500 mg/m3 (as Fe) NO7525000 (fume) Conversion: DOT: 1376 135 (spent) Synonyms/Trade Names: Ferric oxide, Iron(III) oxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7300, 7301, 7303, 9102 OSHA PEL: TWA 10 mg/m OSHA ID121, ID125G Physical Description: Reddish-brown solid. [Note: Exposure to fume may occur during the arc-welding of iron.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: N.R. MW: 159.7 50 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Eyes: N.R. BP: ? Wash skin: N.R. Sol: Insoluble 125 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Remove: N.R. Fl.P: NA 250 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Change: N.R. IP: NA ScbaF/SaF Sp.Gr: 5.24 2500 mg/m3: Sa:Pd,Pp VP: 0 mmHg (approx) §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba MLT: 2664°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Calcium hypochlorite Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh SY: Benign pneumoconiosis with X-ray shadows indistinguishable from fibrotic pneumoconiosis (siderosis) TO: Resp sys

Iron oxide dust and fume (as Fe)

Formula: Fe2O3

173

I

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Fe(CO)5 13463-40-6 NO4900000 N.D. Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.28 mg/m3 (as Fe) DOT: 1994 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Iron carbonyl, Pentacarbonyl iron Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.1 ppm (0.23 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 None available ST 0.2 ppm (0.45 mg/m ) OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless to yellow to dark-red, oily liquid. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 195.9 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP(749 mmHg): 217°F Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: 5°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: ? Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 1.46-1.52 Provide: Quick drench VP(87°F): 40 mmHg FRZ: -6°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers, nitrogen oxide, (zinc + cobalt halides) [Note: Pyrophoric (i.e., ignites spontaneously in air). Decomposed by light or air, releasing carbon monoxide.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Skin: Soap flush immed SY: Irrit eyes, muc memb, resp sys; head, dizz, nau, vomit; fever, cyan, Breath: Resp support cough, dysp; liver, kidney, lung inj; degenerative changes in CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, resp sys, CNS, liver, kidneys

Iron pentacarbonyl (as Fe)

Iron salts (soluble, as Fe)

Formula:

CAS#:

RTECS#:

IDLH: N.D.

Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: FeSO4: Ferrous sulfate, Iron(II) sulfate; FeCl2: Ferrous chloride, Iron(II) chloride; Fe(NO3)3: Ferric nitrate, Iron(III) nitrate; Fe(SO4)3: Ferric sulfate, Iron(III) sulfate; FeCl3: Ferric chloride, Iron (III) chloride Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 NIOSH 7300, 7301, 7303, 9102 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific OSHA ID121, ID125G soluble iron salt. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties vary depending upon the Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available. specific soluble iron salt. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Wash skin: Daily Noncombustible Solids Remove: N.R. Change: Daily

Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh, Ing, Con SY: Irrit eyes, skin, muc memb; abdom pain, diarr, vomit; possible liver damage TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, liver, GI tract First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed

174

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOCH2CH2CH(CH3)2 123-92-2 NS9800000 1000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.33 mg/m3 DOT: 1104 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Banana oil, Isopentyl acetate, 3-Methyl-1-butanol acetate, 3-Methylbutyl ester of acetic acid, 3-Methylbutyl ethanoate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (525 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1450 OSHA PEL: TWA 100 ppm (525 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a banana-like odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 130.2 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 288°F 1000 ppm: CcrOv/PaprOv/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.3% Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: 77°F Sa/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: ? Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 0.87 VP: 4 mmHg FRZ: -109°F UEL: 7.5% LEL(212°F): 1.0% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates; strong oxidizers, alkalis & acids Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose, throat; derm; in animals: narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed

Isoamyl acetate

I

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)2CHCH2CH2OH 123-51-3 EL5425000 500 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.61 mg/m3 DOT: 1105 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Fermentation amyl alcohol, Fusel oil, Isobutyl carbinol, Isopentyl alcohol, 3-Methyl-1-butanol, Primary isoamyl alcohol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (360 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1402, 1405 ST 125 ppm (450 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (360 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a disagreeable odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 88.2 500 ppm: Sa:Cf£/CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 270°F Wash skin: When contam Sol(57°F): 2% PaprOv£/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: 109°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.R. IP: ? Sp.Gr(57°F): 0.81 VP: 28 mmHg FRZ: -179°F UEL(212°F): 9.0% LEL: 1.2% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose, throat; head, dizz; cough, dysp, nau, Breath: Resp support vomit, diarr; skin cracking; in animals: narco Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS

Isoamyl alcohol (primary)

175

Ing. Fl. cough.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin.06 Provide: Frostbite wash VP(70°F): 3. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes. chlorine. RGasD: 2. throat.6% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (e.P: NA (Gas) Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10.4% LEL: 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.g. narco. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. dysp. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 88. A liquid below 11°F.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 58. CNS Isoamyl alcohol (secondary) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH(CH3)2 75-28-5 TZ4300000 N.82 VP: 1 mmHg FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.74 eV Change: N. Symptoms. asphy.38 mg/m3 DOT: 1075 115. dizz.P(oc): 95°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. in animals: narco Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. IP: ? Sp.. liquid: frostbite Breath: Resp support TO: CNS Isobutane 176 . nau.R. Secondary isoamyl alcohol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (360 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1402 ST 125 ppm (450 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (360 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a disagreeable odor. Con (liquid) Skin: Frostbite SY: Drow.R.Gr: 0.R.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 800 ppm (1900 mg/m3) OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless gas with a gasoline-like or natural gas odor.2 500 ppm: Sa:Cf£/CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 234°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: ? PaprOv£/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. head.D. Breath: Resp support vomit. Symptoms. skin cracking. (nickel carbonyl + oxygen) Exposure Routes.I Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)2CHCH(OH)CH3 6032-29-7 SA4900000 500 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. Eyes: Frostbite Sol: Slight Wash skin: N. resp sys. nose. nitrates & perchlorates). 1969 115 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Methylpropane [Note: Also see specific listing for n-Butane.61 mg/m3 DOT: 1105 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: 3-Methyl-2-butanol. fluorine. skin. Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. diarr.1 Skin: Frostbite BP: 11°F Not available.1 atm FRZ: -255°F UEL: 8.

P: 82°F Change: N.R. resp sys. 2-Methyl-1-propanol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (150 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (300 mg/m ) NIOSH 1401.Gr: 0. anes.R. oily liquid with a sweet. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed I Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)2CHCH2OH 78-83-1 NP9625000 1600 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.Pp:AScba Fl. in animals: narco Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.3% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates.6% LEL(123°F): 1. Symptoms. Symptoms.5% LEL: 1. Con SY: Irrit eyes. skin cracking. head. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. in animals: narco Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.75 mg/m3 DOT: 1213 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Isobutyl ester of acetic acid. skin.1 500 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 227°F 1250 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv* Wash skin: When contam Sol: 10% 1600 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. head. β-Methylpropyl ethanoate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 150 ppm (700 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1450 OSHA PEL: TWA 150 ppm (700 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a fruity. Isobutyl acetate Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 116. Isopropylcarbinol. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 9. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. strong oxidizers. Ing. Ing.Pp:AScba Sp.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOCH2CH(CH3)2 110-19-0 AI4025000 1300 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 74. 2-Methylpropyl ester of acetic acid.7% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. 1405 OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless. upper resp sys. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Isobutyl alcohol 177 .80 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 9 mmHg FRZ: -162°F UEL(202°F): 10.03 mg/m3 DOT: 1212 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: IBA. Con SY: Irrit eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin. Isobutanol.6% PaprOv£/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) §: ScbaF:Pd. musty odor. throat. skin. drow. alkalis & acids First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. 2-Methylpropyl acetate. skin. IP: 10. floral odor.Gr: 0.97 eV Sp.P: 64°F Change: N. drow.2 1300 ppm: Sa:Cf£/CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 243°F Wash skin: When contam Sol(77°F): 0.12 eV ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.87 VP: 13 mmHg FRZ: -145°F UEL: 10.

CH3(CH2)3CH(CH2CH3)CH2OH.D. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. IP: ? ScbaF/SaF 1000 ppm: SaF:Pd. Ing. Symptoms.83 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. nau. skin.): 0. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.D. conf. convuls. nose. skin burns Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. reducing agents. (CH3)2CHCN Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. Con SY: Irrit eyes. skin.9% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes.Pp/SaF:Pd. Abs.P: 47°F Change: N. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl.Gr: 0. C7H15CH2OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.Pp Provide: Eyewash Sp.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 69. 2-Methylpropanenitrile. [Note: Forms cyanide in the body. Abs.4 mmHg FRZ: <-105°F UEL(est. skin. eye.R. resp sys. Sp. colorless liquid.7% LEL(calc.Pp:AScba VP(130°F): 100 mmHg Quick drench Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -97°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. 2-Methylpropionitrile Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 8 ppm (22 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 1606 (adapt) OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an almond-like odor. throat. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 130.3 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 367°F Not available. strong acids & bases Exposure Routes. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Isooctyl alcohol 178 .P(oc): 180°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (270 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA PV2033 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Clear.76 §: ScbaF:Pd. Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support dysp. nose. Oxooctyl alcohol [Note: A mixture of closely related isomeric. skin. Ing.83 mg/m3 DOT: 2284 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Isopropyl cyanide. Symptoms. throat.I CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 78-82-0 TZ4900000 N.R. CNS. lass. primary alcohols with branched chains such as 2-Ethylhexanol.): 5.33 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Isooctanol. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. abdom pain. head. dizz.Gr: 0. CVS Isobutyronitrile CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 26952-21-6 NS7700000 N.1 80 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 219°F 200 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: Slight 400 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.

Isophorone diamine diisocyanate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.] Exposure Routes.5. wheez. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.92 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 0. pulm edema. narco. lass. urethanes.02 ppm (0. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.005 ppm (0.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 78-59-1 GW7700000 200 ppm C9H14O Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. dizz. Symptoms. nau.5-trimethylcyclohexyl-isocyanate. Symptoms.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp.045 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5525 ST 0. strong alkalis.Pp:AScba Provide: Quick drench Sp.5-Trimethyl-2-cyclo-hexen-1-one Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 4 ppm (23 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 2508. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 222. resp sys.125 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol: Decomposes 0. cough. sore Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support throat. 2556 OSHA PEL†: TWA 25 ppm (140 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless to white liquid with a peppermint-like odor.5. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. 3. chest tight. Isophorone Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 138. amines Exposure Routes.3 mmHg FRZ: 17°F UEL: 3. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. kidneys I Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C12H18N2O2 4098-71-9 NQ9370000 N.P: 311°F 1 ppm: SaF:Pd.3 0. skin. possible resp sens. amides.Pp/SaF:Pd.09 mg/m3 DOT: 2290 156 Synonyms/Trade Names: IPDI.05 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? 0. CNS. phenols.Gr: 1. amines. bron.0003 mmHg FRZ: -76°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. liver.06 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 0.) Synonyms/Trade Names: Isoacetophorone.2 40 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 419°F 100 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv* Wash skin: When contam Sol: 1% 200 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl.s. mercaptans.Gr: 0. resp sys Isophorone diisocyanate 179 .o.25 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl.8% LEL: 0. IP: 9. Ing. Ing. Conversion: 1 ppm = 9. liver damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. n.D. Abs. dysp. resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp Change: Daily IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. ureas [Note: Reacts with water to form carbon dioxide. alcohols. throat.5.8% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers.65 mg/m3 DOT: 1993 128 (combustible liquid. skin. asthma Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.P: 184°F Change: N. nose. Breath: Resp support derm. 3. 3-Isocyanatomethyl-3.180 mg/m ) OSHA PV2034 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless to slightly yellow liquid with a pungent odor. mal.07 eV SaT:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.R. in animals: kidney. skin.5-Trimethyl-2-cyclohexenone. head.

Gr: 0. skin. Abs. alkalis & acids Exposure Routes. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. pulm edema Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. 1-Methylethyl ester of acetic acid. Ing.95 eV Sp. Sp. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl. strong oxidizers.D. resp sys.90 VP: 3 mmHg FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Exposure Routes.R. I Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethylene glycol isopropyl ether. Isopropyl Cellosolve®. skin. 1460 OSHA PEL†: TWA 250 ppm (950 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a fruity odor. in animals: narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 283°F Not available. IP: 9.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Sol: 3% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. derm.2 1800 ppm: Sa:Cf£/ScbaF/SaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 194°F §: ScbaF:Pd.2-Isopropoxyethanol Conversion: CAS#: Formula: (CH3)2CHOCH2CH2OH 109-59-1 DOT: RTECS#: KL5075000 IDLH: N. ethereal odor.P(oc): 92°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: ? Change: N. Con Skin: Water wash immed SY: In animals: irrit eyes. Symptoms. blood Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOCH(CH3)2 108-21-4 AI4930000 1800 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.R. Isopropyl glycol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild. Isopropyl acetate Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 102. anemia.8% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates. nose. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.18 mg/m3 DOT: 1220 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Isopropyl ester of acetic acid. skin. hema.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. β-Hydroxyethyl isopropyl ether. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed 180 .Gr: 0.87 VP: 42 mmHg FRZ: -92°F UEL: 8% LEL(100°F): 1. Ing. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 104. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.P: 36°F Change: N. 2-Propyl acetate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: See Appendix D 3 NIOSH 1454.

Ing.1 125 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprS£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 91°F 250 ppm: CcrFS/GmFS/PaprTS£/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. throat.P(oc): -35°F ScbaF/SaF 750 ppm: SaF:Pd. skin. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Isopropylamine 181 .CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 67-63-0 NT8050000 2000 ppm [10%LEL] (CH3)2CHOH Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.7% LEL: 2.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. dry cracking skin. resp sys Isopropyl alcohol I Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)2CHNH2 75-31-0 NT8400000 750 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. Abs. IP: 10. Con SY: Irrit eyes. isocyanates Exposure Routes. Isopropanol. acids. nose. Ing.1 2000 ppm: Sa:Cf£/CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 181°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible PaprOv£/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. head.0% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. skin burns.42 mg/m3 DOT: 1221 132 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Aminopropane. drow. chlorine.Pp Change: N. epoxides First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. eye. derm Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. [Note: A gas above 91°F.46 mg/m3 DOT: 1219 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dimethyl carbinol. strong oxidizers. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. IPA. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 60. ethylene oxide. Rubbing alcohol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 400 ppm (980 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1400 ST 500 ppm (1225 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 109 OSHA PEL†: TWA 400 ppm (980 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with the odor of rubbing alcohol. Monoisopropylamine. skin. nose.P: 53°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. 2-Propanol. aldehydes. throat.72 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. Con Skin: Water flush SY: Irrit eyes.69 Escape: GmFS/ScbaE VP: 460 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -150°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IA Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids. pulm edema.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 59. skin. sec-Propyl alcohol. Symptoms. ketones.Gr: 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. dizz.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. sec-Propylamine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: See Appendix D 3 NIOSH S147 (II-3) OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (12 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an ammonia-like odor.79 VP: 33 mmHg FRZ: -127°F UEL(200°F): 12.R.10 eV Sp. IP: 8.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp. 2-Propylamine. acetaldehyde.Gr: 0.R. vis dist. Breath: Resp support in animals: narco Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.

lass.R.2 1400 ppm: CcrOv*/PaprOv*/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 154°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. ataxia. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. resp sys. Diisopropyl oxide. acids [Note: Unstable peroxides may form on long contact with air.Gr(60°F): 0.4% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Ing. Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.D. derm. N-Phenylisopropylamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (10 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA 78 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Clear. liver. skin.] Exposure Routes. CNS 182 . skin.93 Provide: Quick drench VP(77°F): 0. resp discomfort. methemo Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. blood. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 397°F Not available. ether-like odor. Isopropylaniline.I Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5NHCH(CH3)2 768-52-5 BY4190000 N.R. Symptoms.18 mg/m3 DOT: 1159 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Diisopropyl ether. 2-Isopropoxy propane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 500 ppm (2100 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1618 OSHA PEL: TWA 500 ppm (2100 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a sharp.P(oc): 190°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.03 mmHg FRZ: -58°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes.53 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: N-IPA. Isopropyl ether Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 102. N-(1-Methylethyl)-benzenamine.9% LEL: 1. CVS. narco Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. dizz. dizz.P: -18°F Change: N. nose. skin. Abs.73 VP: 119 mmHg FRZ: -76°F UEL: 7. head.2% Sa*/ScbaF Remove: When wet (flamm) §: ScbaF:Pd. aromatic odor. sweet. in animals: Breath: Resp support drow. Sp. skin. resp sys.Gr: 0. cyan. dysp on effort.Pp/SaF:Pd. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 9. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: ? Wash skin: When contam Fl. Ing. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 135. kidneys N-Isopropylaniline Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)2CHOCH(CH3)2 108-20-3 TZ5425000 1400 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support tacar.Pp:AScba Fl.20 eV Sp. yellowish liquid with a sweet. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. uncon. Symptoms.

Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. BP: ? Not available. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Chronic pulm fib.8-2.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: varies Skin: N.75 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1.] Exposure Routes. Clay. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N.R. Isopropoxymethyl oxirane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 50 ppm (240 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1620 OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 ppm (240 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid. Isopropyl glycidyl ether Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 116. IGE.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Sol: 19% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. strong caustics [Note: May form explosive peroxides upon exposure to air or light. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) TWA 5 mg/m3 (resp) Physical Description: White to yellowish or grayish powder. blood. IP: ? Sp.2-Epoxy-3-isopropoxypropane.R.R. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: China clay. possible hemato. Symptoms.92 VP(77°F): 9 mmHg FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. stomach granuloma TO: Resp sys.R.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) 3 NIOSH 0500. stomach 183 . darkens & develops a clay-like odor. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Fl. Symptoms. Sp. Ing. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd.P: 92°F Change: N. upper resp sys. Hydrated aluminum silicate. [Note: When moistened. Eyes: N. resp sys.6 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: ? UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes.P: NA Remove: N.Gr: 1. skin.D.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H12O2 4016-14-2 TZ3500000 400 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.Gr: 0. skin sens.2 400 ppm: Sa:Cf£/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 279°F §: ScbaF:Pd. IP: NA Change: N. Porcelain clay [Note: Main constituent of Kaolin is Kaolinite (Al2Si2O5(OH)4). Hydrite. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support repro effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. repro sys K Kaolin Formula: CAS#: 1332-58-7 RTECS#: GF1670500 IDLH: N.R.R. skin.

CNS. 1% tricycloparaffins. Con SY: Irrit eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd.5% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl.R. burning sensation in chest. oily liquid with a strong.3. skin eryt. Decachlorooctahydro-kepone-2-one. Decachlorooctahydro-1. IP: ? PaprTOv/ScbaF/SaF Provide: Quick drench Sp.Gr: ? Change: Daily VP(77°F): 3 x 10-7 mmHg Provide: Eyewash MLT: 662°F (Sublimes) Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. and 5% dinuclear aromatics. Decachlorotetrahydro-4.Pp:AScba Sol(212°F): 0. anxi.7-methanoindeneone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5508 TWA 0. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 490.001 mg/m See Appendix A OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Tan to white. [carc] TO: Eyes. 16% mononuclear aromatics. liver. Conversion: DOT: 1223 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: Fuel Oil No. Ing. repro sys [in animal: liver cancer] First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Kerosene Formula: CAS#: 8008-20-6 RTECS#: OA5500000 IDLH: N. nau.P: 100-162°F 5000 mg/m3: CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Change: N. conf. Abs.Pp:AScba VP(100°F): 5 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -50°F UEL: 5% LEL: 0. Symptoms. derm. characteristic odor. nose. skin. 1.81 §: ScbaF:Pd. Con SY: Head. head. drow.7% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.D. throat. inco. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh.] C10Cl10O Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Chlordecone. resp sys.Gr: 0. diarr.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin. liver. ataxia. resp sys.P: NA Wash skin: When contam/Daily IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp. vomit. 11% branched paraffins. kidneys. skin. low sperm count.4-metheno-2H-cyclobuta(cd)-pentalen-2-one. which typically is 25% normal paraffins. 12% dicycloparaffins. Ing. testicular atrophy. CNS 184 . acid fumes Noncombustible Solid Kepone Exposure Routes. odorless solid. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 170 (approx) 1000 mg/m3: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 347-617°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 2500 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Remove: When wet or contam Fl. kidney damage. Symptoms. vis dist. chest pain. Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support restless.6 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: Sublimes Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.D. chemical pneu (aspir liquid) Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.K CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 143-50-0 PC8575000 Ca [N. lass.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 100 mg/m3 NIOSH 1550 OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless to yellowish. Range oil [Note: A refined petroleum solvent (predominantly C9-C16). 30% monocycloparaffins. tremor. crystalline.

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 463-51-4 OA7700000 5 ppm CH2=CO Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. ID125G.Pp 3 100 mg/m : SaF:Pd. constip.R.5 ppm (3 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. Reacts with water to form acetic acid.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 3164°F Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: Daily Fl.9 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a penetrating odor. Ing. kidneys. Con SY: Irrit eyes. 7105.5 mg/m3: 100XQ/Sa 1. low-wgt. Swallow: Medical attention immed encephalopathy. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Fl. hydrogen peroxide.34 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 621°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid in bulk form. §: ScbaF:Pd. ammonia LEL: ? [Note: Readily polymerizes.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA Change: Daily Sp. nose.0 Skin: N.Gr: 11. Ethenone. gingival lead line.9 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S92 (II-2) ST 1. acids First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. insom. colic. gray solid. skin. 9102.R. irrit eyes.1025] TWA 0. Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Table 2): MW: 207. facial pallor.see Appendix C.050 mg/m3 See Appendix C [*Note: The REL and PEL also apply to other lead compounds (as Pb) -.R. alcohols.61 eV Change: N. Symptoms.Pp §: ScbaF:Pd. 7300. RGasD: 1. 7700. abdom Breath: Resp support pain. 5 ppm: Sa*/ScbaF BP: -69°F Eyes: N.Pp:AScba Escape: 100F/ScbaE See Appendix E (page 351) Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Plumbum Exposure Limits: NIOSH REL*: TWA 0. 7701. ductile. skin. Keto-ethylene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. gingival tissue 185 .050 mg/m3 See Appendix C OSHA PEL*: [1910.45 VP: >1 atm FRZ: -238°F UEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. para wrist.5 ppm (0.25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie 2. hypotension TO: Eyes.] Physical Description: A heavy. malnut. pulm edema TO: Eyes. Con Skin: Soap flush prompt SY: Lass.Pp/SaF:Pd.] Flammable Gas Exposure Routes.72 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbomethene.Pp:AScba Sol: Reacts Wash skin: N. anor.P: NA (Gas) Remove: N. ankles. Symptoms. tremor. kidney disease. 7301.R. anemia. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA MW: 42. resp sys Ketene L Formula: CAS#: Pb 7439-92-1 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Lead metal. Lead RTECS#: OF7525000 IDLH: 100 mg/m3 (as Pb) Measurement Methods (see Table 1): NIOSH 7082. 9105 OSHA ID121. ID206 Respirator Recommendations (see Tables 3 and 4): NIOSH/OSHA 0. resp sys. GI tract. 7303. 7702.R. throat. CNS.5 ppm (0. soft. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh. blood. IP: 9.Pp/SaF:Pd.5 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ ScbaF/SaF 50 mg/m3: Sa:Pd.

Gr: 1. resp sys Limestone Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H6Cl6 58-89-9 GV4900000 50 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 2761 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: BHC. throat. aplastic anemia.8 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 614°F 5 mg/m3: CcrOv95/Sa Eyes: N. Ing.Pp:AScba UEL: NA Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid. Symptoms.001% Wash skin: N. HCH.R. skin. rhin.Pp/SaF:Pd. alum. Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support cyan.R. crystalline powder with a slight. [pesticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 290.9 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1517-2442°F (Decomposes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Fluorine.00001 mmHg 50 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. skin. Sol: 0.1 Skin: N.5 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH 5502 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.5 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: White to yellow.D. in animals: liver. Eyes: N.R. head. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. sneez. Natural calcium carbonate [Note: Calcite & aragonite are commercially important natural calcium carbonates. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.R. gamma isomer of 1. kidneys Lindane 186 . nau.L Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CaCO3 1317-65-3 N.P: NA 12. musty odor.P: NA Remove: N.6-Hexachlorocyclohexane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. clonic convuls.R. γ-Hexachlorocyclohexane. magnesium.7-2. Sp. CNS. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Calcium carbonate. cough. skin. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes.4.3. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 100. BP: Decomposes Not available.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprOvHie* Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 25 mg/m3: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Change: Daily Sp. white to tan powder.R. resp difficulty.Gr: 2. liver.2. but may be dissolved in flammable liquids.Pp MLT: 235°F §: ScbaF:Pd. lac Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. acids. nose. musc spasm. Fl. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Corrosive to metals Exposure Routes.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500. resp sys. Abs. Sol: 0. muc memb. ammonium salts Exposure Routes.5. blood.001% Wash skin: When contam Fl. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Odorless. IP: NA Change: N.85 PaprTOvHie*/ScbaF/SaF Provide: Quick drench VP: 0.

translucent. CNS Lithium hydride L Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C3H8/C3H6/C4H10/C4H8 68476-85-7 SE7545000 2000 ppm [10%LEL] 3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.25 mg/m3: 100XQ/Sa Sol: Reacts Wash skin: Brush Fl. off-white to gray. mental conf.Pp/SaF:Pd.G.72-2. mouth. or oxidizers. Ing. Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: Respirator Recommendations (see Table 2): MW: 7.5% (Butane) LEL: 2. [Note: A foul-smelling odorant is usually added.] Exposure Routes. skin. Liquefied petroleum gas. nau.95 (see Tables 3 and 4): Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes NIOSH/OSHA Eyes: Prevent eye contact 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed (liquid) ER: Inh. Con (liquid) Skin: Water flush immed (liquid) SY: Dizz. liquid: frostbite Breath: Resp support TO: Resp sys. Fl. skin. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. Reacts with water to form hydrogen & lithium hydroxide. butanes & butylenes. 2805 138 (fused.1% (Propane) 1. drow. RGasD: 1.R. noncorrosive.025 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA ID121 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.P. esophagus burns (if Skin: Brush (DO NOT WASH) Breath: Resp support ingested).Pp/SaF:Pd.Gr: 0.78 §: ScbaF:Pd.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1000 ppm (1800 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH S93 (II-2) OSHA PEL: TWA 1000 ppm (1800 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless. eye. water [Note: May ignite SPONTANEOUSLY in air and may reignite after fire is extinguished.00 Provide: Frostbite wash VP: >1 atm FRZ: ? UEL: 9. asphy. skin burns.9% (Butane) Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.5% (Propane) 8.5 mg/m3) LEL: NA Combustible Solid that can form airborne dust clouds which may explode on contact with flame.37 mg/m DOT: 1075 115 Synonyms/Trade Names: Bottled gas. Liquefied hydrocarbon gas. resp sys.Pp:AScba Change: Daily VP: 0 mmHg (approx) Escape: 100F/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash MLT: 1256°F UEL: NA Quick drench (>0.P: NA 0. acids. 187 . Symptoms. blurred vision Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. musc twitches.Pp:AScba Wash skin: N. odorless gas when pure. chlorine dioxide Exposure Routes. LPG [Note: A fuel mixture of propane. halogenated hydrocarbons. CNS L. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Symptoms. crystalline mass or white powder.R. solid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Lithium monohydride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.95 eV Change: N. heat.025 mg/m Physical Description: Odorless. Compressed petroleum gas. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.P: NA (Gas) Escape: ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10.45-2. propylene.] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 42-58 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Frostbite BP: >-44°F 2000 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Frostbite Sol: Insoluble §: ScbaF:Pd.5 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1414 138.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: LiH 7580-67-8 OJ6300000 0.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/100F/PaprHie*/ IP: NA (DO NOT WASH) ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Sp. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.

Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.58 Escape: 100F/ScbaE VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 5072°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chlorine trifluoride. phosphorus pentachloride First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Fl. Con SY: Irrit eyes.R. Sol(86°F): 0.M Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: MgCO3 546-93-0 OM2470000 N.R. cough TO: Eyes. BP: Decomposes Not available. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbonate magnesium. 7303 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m OSHA ID121 Physical Description: Finely divided white particulate dispersed in air.Pp:AScba Sp. odorless. nose. Eyes: N.R. Sp. resp sys Formula: MgO DOT: CAS#: 1309-48-4 RTECS#: OM3850000 IDLH: 750 mg/m3 188 . crystalline powder.R. flu-like fever TO: Eyes.R.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500. Target Organs (see Table 5): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes.R. 7301. metal fume fever: cough. skin. Hydromagnesite. Symptoms. Magnesium carbonate. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 84.3 150 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Eyes: N.R.96 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 662°F (Decomposes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. MW: 40.Gr: 2. IP: NA Change: N. thermally cut.R.P: NA 750 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie*/ScbaF/SaF Change: N. Sol: 0. resp sys Magnesite Magnesium oxide fume Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: Magnesia fume Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: See Appendix D 3 NIOSH 7300. IP: NA §: ScbaF:Pd. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: White.R.R. resp sys.P: NA Remove: N.3 Skin: N.01% Wash skin: N. skin. [Note: Exposure may occur when magnesium is burned. or welded upon.Gr: 3. BP: 6512°F Wash skin: N.D. formaldehyde Exposure Routes.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: OSHA Skin: N.009% 375 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Remove: N. Fl. chest pain. Magnesium(II) carbonate [Note: Magnesite is a naturally-occurring form of magnesium carbonate.

48 Change: N.Pp/SaF:Pd. resp sys First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 189 . blurred vision. conf. head. rhin. metals.R. aching eyes. dizz.25 ppm) OSHA 25.21 §: ScbaF:Pd. skin. magnesium.Gr: 1.P(oc): >325°F Remove: When wet or contam GmFOv100/PaprOvHie*/ IP: ? Change: Daily ScbaF/SaF Sp.2-bis(ethoxycarbonyl) ethyl]O. [insecticide] OSHA 62 [Note: A solid below 37°F. derm TO: Eyes. white lumps. conj. CVS. VP: 0. but may be caustics.01 mg/m3 DOT: 2215 156 Synonyms/Trade Names: cis-Butenedioic anhydride. vomit. skin.1% LEL: 1. Ing.O-dimethyl-phosphorodithioate. wheez. Toxilic anhydride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 (0. miosis. bronchial asthma. Diethyl (dimethoxyphosphinothioylthio) succinate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Deep-brown to yellow liquid with a garlic-like odor.00004 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE FRZ: 37°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. double vision.90 eV Remove: When wet or contam Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Sp. water. lar spasm TO: Eyes. Malathion Exposure Routes. or pellets with an irritating. photo. chest tight. Ing. upper resp sys. ataxia.Gr: 1.P: 218°F Wash skin: When contam §: ScbaF:Pd. 86 Physical Description: Colorless needles. resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con SY: Irrit nose. [Note: Reacts slowly with water (hydrolyzes) to form maleic acid. lac.] Maleic anhydride Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. abdom cramps. Symptoms.] but may be difficult to ignite.1 (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA BP: 396°F Skin: Prevent skin contact 10 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/ScbaF/SaF Sol: Reacts Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl. Abs.2 mmHg Provide: Eyewash MLT: 127°F UEL: 7. Class IIIB Combustible Liquid. choking odor. alkalis. diarr.4 Skin: Prevent skin contact 100 mg/m3: CcrOv95/Sa BP: 140°F (Decomposes) Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. Combustible Solid.Pp:AScba IP: 9. Maleic acid anhydride. skin. blood chol.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH MW: 330.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H19O6PS2 121-75-5 WM8400000 250 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 2783 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: S-[1.25 ppm) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 3512 OSHA PEL: TWA 1 mg/m (0. liver. 2. nau. CNS.5-Furanedione. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. and amines above 150°F difficult to ignite. anor. salv. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 98.4% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Con SY: Irrit eyes.02% Wash skin: When contam 250 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/CcrFOv100/ Fl.Pp:AScba VP: 0. alkaline pesticides [Note: Corrosive to metals. GI tract First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed M Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C4H2O3 108-31-6 ON3675000 10 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Symptoms.

1 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. [carc] TO: Eyes.Pp Provide: Eyewash Sp. Malonic dinitrile Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 3 ppm (8 mg/m3) NIOSH Nitriles Criteria Document OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: White powder or colorless crystals. skin.P(oc): 266°F 400 mg/m3: ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: 12. Abs. NCCH2CN Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. nose. convuls. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 72.19 §: ScbaF:Pd. Symptoms. dizz.D.88 eV 667 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.D. skin. CVS Malononitrile 3 190 .Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: ? Remove: When wet or contam Fl.Gr: 1. skin.Gr: ? VP: ? Quick drench MLT: 161°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Proteins [Note: Pure compound is stable under neutral conditions. nau. CNS. [Note: Melts above 90°F. Symptoms. Ing.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 66.Pp:AScba VP: ? Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Quick drench MLT: 90°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong bases [Note: May polymerize violently on prolonged heating at 265°F. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): See Appendix A None available See Appendix C (Aldehydes) OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Solid (needles). Dicyanomethane. head.P: ? Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.] Exposure Routes.M CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 542-78-9 TX6475000 Ca [N. CNS depres. CNS [in animals: thyroid gland tumors] Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Malonaldehyde CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 109-77-3 OO3150000 N. but not under acidic conditions. resp sys.1 80 mg/m3: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 426°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 13% 200 mg/m3: Sa:Cf Remove: When wet or contam Fl. lass.Pp/SaF:Pd. 1. Forms cyanide in the body. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. conf. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Propanedial. resp sys. Abs. Malonodialdehyde. skin.] Exposure Routes.70 mg/m DOT: 2647 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: Cyanoacetonitrile. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Ing. throat.] CHOCH2CHO Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Malonic aldehyde.3-Propanedial [Note: Pure Malonaldehyde is unstable and may be used as its sodium salt. or in contact with strong bases at lower temperatures. Skin: Water wash immed Breath: Resp support dysp. abdom pain.

Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 54. kidney damage TO: Resp sys. chest tight. resp sys. Sol: Slight Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl. 7301. Target Organs (see Table 5): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh. Methyl NIOSH 7300. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: In animals: irrit skin. CNS. insom.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 204. rales. CNS. [Note: An antiknock additive for gasoline. low-back pain. pulm edema. asthenia. blood. Exposure Limits: Measurement NIOSH REL*: TWA 1 mg/m3 Methods 3 (see Table 1): ST 3 mg/m [*Note: Also see specific listings for Manganese cyclopentadienyl tricarbonyl.20 (metal) Change: N. mental conf.R. Manganese-55 Synonyms of other compounds vary depending upon the specific manganese compound. dysp.R. mal. flu-like fever. vomit. Fl. Cyclopentadienyl tricarbonyl manganese. cyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl. 9102 OSHA PEL*: C 5 mg/m3 OSHA ID121. ID125G [*Note: Also see specific listings for Manganese cyclopentadienyl tricarbonyl and Methyl cyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. resp sys.1 (see Table 2): BP: Sublimes Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available. kidneys M Manganese cyclopentadienyl tricarbonyl (as Mn) Formula: C5H5Mn(CO)3 CAS#: 12079-65-1 RTECS#: OO9720000 IDLH: N.Gr: ? Change: Daily VP: ? MLT: 167°F (Sublimes) UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxygen Combustible Solid Exposure Routes. crystalline solid with a characteristic odor. Ing Swallow: Medical attention immed SY: Parkinson's. MCT Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. 10 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Sol: Insoluble Eyes: N. May be found in an oil & gaseous solution. metal fume fever: dry throat.Pp:AScba UEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Metal: Combustible Solid [Note: Will react with water or steam to produce hydrogen.Manganese compounds and fume Formula: Mn (metal) (as Mn) CAS#: 7439-96-5 (metal) RTECS#: OO9275000 (metal) IDLH: 500 mg/m3 (as Mn) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Manganese metal: Colloidal manganese.R. silvery solid. Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support kidney changes. brittle.Pp/SaF:Pd. convuls. lass. Symptoms.1 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: C 5 mg/m None available Physical Description: Yellow. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.9 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 3564°F Skin: N. Symptoms.D.R.] Physical Description: A lustrous. CNS. and Manganese tetroxide.Gr: 7.Pp MLT: 2271°F §: ScbaF:Pd. Ing.] 7303. 50 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Sp.R. decr resistance to infection Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Skin. kidneys 191 . 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie IP: NA Remove: N. ScbaF/SaF VP: 0 mmHg (approx) 500 mg/m3: Sa:Pd.P: ? Wash skin: When contam IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp. cough. Abs.P: NA Wash skin: N. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Cyclopentadienylmanganese tricarbonyl.

Sol: 0.R. lac Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes. [Note: Fumes are generated whenever manganese oxides are heated strongly in air. upper resp sys. skin. white powder. Fl. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Manganese oxide. Manganomanganic oxide. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Asthenia. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 100. Trimanganese tetroxide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: See Appendix D 3 NIOSH 7300. ammonium salts First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Calcium carbonate. rhin. low-back pain. OSHA PEL†: C 5 mg/m 9102 Physical Description: Brownish-black powder. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. BP: ? Not available. Ing. Trimanganese tetraoxide. blood.D. muc memb.P: NA Remove: N.D.R.88 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 2847°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Soluble in hydrochloric acid (liberates chlorine gas) Exposure Routes.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Mn3O4 1317-35-7 OP0895000 N. IP: NA Change: N. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. Symptoms. ID125G Manganese tetroxide (as Mn) M Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 228.R. kidneys Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CaCO3 1317-65-3 EV9580000 N. Eyes: N.8 Skin: N. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Odorless. Eyes: N. Symptoms.R. insom.R. Fl. pneu Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Resp sys. 7303.P: NA Remove: N.R.Gr: 4. Natural calcium carbonate [Note: Marble is a metamorphic form of calcium carbonate.R. vomit.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500. CNS. BP: Decomposes Not available.R.1 Skin: N. sneez. magnesium. 7301. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support lass. kidney damage.R. acids. cough. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin. resp sys Marble 192 . mal.Gr: 2. alum. IP: NA Change: Daily Sp.] OSHA ID121.001% Wash skin: N. Sp. mental conf.7-2.9 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1517-2442°F (Decomposes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Fluorine.

1 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Metal: Silver-white.5 mg/m : CcrS†/Sa Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 1. heavy. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Properties vary depending Skin: Prevent skin contact 0. vomit. cough.25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprS†(canister) Remove: When wet or contam Fl. bron.03 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific (organo) alkyl mercury compound.01 mg/m3 3 3 None available C 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. CNS. diarr. skin. copper 10 mg/m3: Sa:Pd.] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations (see Tables Chemical & Physical (see Table 2): Properties: Mercury vapor: 3 and 4): Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 200. ammonia. BP: 674°F 0.25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf alkyl mercury compound. salv. Skin: Soap wash prompt irrity. [Note: “Other” Hg compounds include all inorganic & aryl Hg compounds except (organo) alkyls. resp sys. dysarthria. chest pain.0012 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd. pneu. possible terato effects TO: Eyes. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin. CNS.P: NA 2. lithium. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. odorless liquid. azides. Abs. Con SY: Irrit eyes. emotional Swallow: Medical attention immed dist. skin.04 mg/m ST 0. Metallic mercury. insom.6 NIOSH 3 Eyes: N. calcium (amalgam formation). 5 mg/m3: CcrFS†/GmFS†/SaT:Cf/ chlorine dioxide.05 mg/m3 [skin] OSHA PEL†: C 0.Pp:AScba Escape: ScbaE Quick drench Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers such as chlorine First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: 7439-97-6 OV4550000 10 mg/m3 (as Hg) (metal) (metal) Conversion: DOT: 2809 172 (metal) Synonyms/Trade Names: Mercury metal: Colloidal mercury. Quicksilver Synonyms of “other” Hg compounds vary depending upon the specific compound. Remove: When wet or contam 0.Gr: 13.Pp Provide: Eyewash §: ScbaF:Pd. spasticity. stomatitis. rubidium.Pp:AScba FRZ: -38°F Escape: GmFS/ScbaE UEL: NA Other mercury compounds: LEL: NA NIOSH/OSHA Metal: Noncombustible Liquid 1 mg/m3: CcrS†/Sa 2. kidney inj.Pp/SaF:Pd. Abs. PNS. indecision.6 (metal) 10 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. lass. Ing. skin burns. constip. head.1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6009 OSHA ID140 Other: C 0. lac. vision.R. kidneys 193 .5 mg/m3: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily 2 mg/m3: Sa:Pd.5 mg/m3: CcrFS†/GmFS†/SaT:Cf/ Change: Daily IP: ? PaprTS(canister)/ScbaF/SaF Sp. PaprTS(canister)/ScbaF/SaF sodium carbide.1 mg/m3: Sa upon the specific (organo) Eyes: Prevent eye contact Wash skin: When contam 0. Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. anor. low-wgt. GI dist.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprS†(canister) Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acetylene. hearing dist.Pp VP: 0.Pp:AScba Escape: GmFS/ScbaE First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. prot Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. ataxia. salv. dizz.01 mg/m3 (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. tremor. Ing. jerking Breath: Resp support limbs.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Hg Vapor: TWA 0. nau. dysp. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Pares. kidneys Mercury compounds [except (organo) alkyls] (as Hg) Formula: Hg (metal) M Mercury (organo) alkyl compounds (as Hg) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: 2 mg/m3 (as Hg) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific (organo) alkyl mercury compound.Pp §: ScbaF:Pd.

Pp/SaF:Pd. skin. Abs. skin. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. muc memb. kidneys Mesityl oxide Methacrylic acid Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. repulsive odor. α-Methacrylic acid.P: 87°F ScbaF/SaF 1400 ppm: SaF:Pd.P(oc): 171°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. skin. 2-Methylacrylic acid. narco. resp sys. CNS effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. coma.Pp Change: N. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support kidney damage. 2553 OSHA PEL†: TWA 25 ppm (100 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Oily. 4-Methyl-3-penten-2-one Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (40 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1301.R.2 250 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 266°F 500 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv£/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: 3% Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. eye.or honey-like odor. Methyl isobutenyl ketone. elevated temperatures. Synonyms/Trade Names: Methacrylic acid (glacial). Isopropylideneacetone.52 mg/m3 Formula: CAS#: CH2=C(CH3)COOH 79-41-4 DOT: 2531 153P (inhibited) RTECS#: OZ2975000 IDLH: N. acids Exposure Routes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 98. skin burns Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.M Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)2C=CHCOCH3 141-79-7 SB4200000 1400 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.02 mg/m3 DOT: 1229 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Isobutenyl methyl ketone.4% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers.86 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 9 mmHg FRZ: -52°F UEL: 7. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.Pp:AScba Provide: Quick drench Sp. colorless to light-yellow liquid with a peppermint. 2-Methylpropenoic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 20 ppm (70 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA PV2005 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid or solid (below 61°F) with an acrid.Gr(59°F): 0.2% LEL: 1. Methacrylic acid (inhibited). skin. in animals: liver. muc memb.02 (Liquid) Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.] Exposure Routes. Ing.7 mmHg FRZ: 61°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers.08 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. hydrochloric acid [Note: Typically contains 100 ppm of the monomethyl ether of hydroquinone to prevent polymerization.D. IP: 9. Ing. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 9% Wash skin: When contam Fl.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 325°F Not available. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 86. Symptoms. liver. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed 194 . Symptoms. CNS.Gr: 1.

nau.Gr: 1. dysp. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 162. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. solid. Target Organs (see Table 5): Skin: Soap wash ER: Inh. DMDT.2-bis-(p-methoxyphenyl)ethane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH S371 (II-4) See Appendix A OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m3 OSHA PV2038 Physical Description: Colorless to light-yellow crystals with a slight. convuls.7 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes ¥: ScbaF:Pd. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS. blood chol Methomyl M Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (C6H4OCH3)2CHCCl3 72-43-5 KJ3675000 Ca [5000 mg/m3] Conversion: DOT: 2761 151 (organochlorine pesticide.1-trichloroethane.2-bis(p-Methoxyphenyl)-1. liver damage. musc twitch. Conversion: DOT: 2757 151 (carbamate pesticide. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.41 VP: Very low MLT: 171°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid. kidneys [in animals: liver & ovarian cancer] Methoxychlor 195 . Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. blurred vision.5 mg/m3 NIOSH 5601 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: White. Sol: 0. Ing Breath: Fresh air SY: In animals: fasc. kidneys.Gr(75°F): 1.1. S-Methyl-N-(methylcarbamoyloxy)thioacetimidate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 2.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. solid. miosis. liver.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3C(SCH3)NOC(O)NHCH3 16752-77-5 AK2975000 N. but difficult to burn. Symptoms.p'-Dimethoxydiphenyltrichloroethane.Pp:AScba Eyes: N. 1. CVS. [insecticide] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 345.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. salv.Pp/SaF:Pd. Methyl N-((methylamino)carbonyl)oxy)ethanimidothioate. fruity odor. abdom cramps. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support vomit. Ing. resp sys. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong bases Exposure Routes.29 Provide: Quick drench VP(77°F): 0. crystalline solid with a slight. CNS. liver. trembling. toxic) Synonyms/Trade Names: Lannate®. Methoxy-DDT. toxic) Synonyms/Trade Names: p.R. kidney.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.00005 mmHg MLT: 172°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 6% Wash skin: When contam Fl.00001% Wash skin: When contam/Daily Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl. Symptoms. lass.D. sulfur-like odor. 2.1-Trichloro-2. liver. but may be dissolved in flammable liquids. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.1.

acid chlorides. throat. Mequinol.Gr: 1. Fl. Methoxyfluorane. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes.1-difluoro-1-methoxyethane. skin. 2. Symptoms. Methoflurane. CNS. strong bases. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 124. under certain conditions. CH3OC6H4OH Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Hydroquinone monomethyl ether. [inhalation anesthetic] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 165. terato effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.M Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CHCl2CF2OCH3 76-38-0 KN7820000 N. CNS 4-Methoxyphenol 196 . a dust cloud can probably explode if ignited by a spark or flame. Monomethyl ether hydroquinone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless to white. upper resp sys. Sp. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.50 eV Change: Daily Sp.R. Ing. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 4% Wash skin: When contam Fl. liver. Ing. repro sys Methoxyflurane CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 150-76-5 SL7700000 N. Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support CNS depres Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. CNS depres.Gr(77°F): 1. kidney inj. skin.75 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2. acid anhydrides Exposure Routes.P(oc): 270°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: 7. p-Methoxyphenol.42 VP: 23 mmHg FRZ: -31°F UEL: ? LEL(176°F): 7% Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. Abs. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Slight Wash skin: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. eye.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 469°F Not available. Penthrane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: C 2 ppm (13. BP: 220°F Not available.55 Provide: Eyewash VP: <0. Conversion: 1 ppm = 6.R. analgesia.] None available OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a fruity odor. resp Breath: Resp support depres.1-difluoroethyl methyl ether.0 Skin: N. liver. kidneys. nose. waxy solid with an odor of caramel & phenol. in animals: repro. p-Hydroxyanisole.01 mmHg MLT: 135°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid. skin burns.D. anes. Symptoms. resp sys.5 mg/m3) [60-minute] (see Table 1): [*Note: REL for exposure to waste anesthetic gas. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. convuls.2-Dichloro-1.R. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.D.2-Dichloro-1.

] Exposure Routes. Con (liquid) SY: Irrit resp sys.R. skin. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 74. drow.1 2000 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 135°F 3100 ppm: Sa:Cf*/CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: 25% Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support chest tight. resp sys. Symptoms.1% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates.] Exposure Routes.2 atm FRZ: -153°F UEL: ? LEL: 1.Pp:AScba Change: N.27 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sp.41 Provide: Frostbite wash VP: 5.] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 40. Methyl ethanoate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (610 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1458 ST 250 ppm (760 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 200 ppm (610 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a fragrant.03 mg/m3 DOT: 1231 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Methyl ester of acetic acid. throat. Propyne.R.Pp/SaF:Pd. head. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. water [Note: Reacts slowly with water to form acetic acid & methanol. CNS Methyl acetate M Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3C≡CH 74-99-7 UK4250000 1700 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOCH3 79-20-9 AI9100000 3100 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. copper alloys [Note: Can decompose explosively at 4. fruity odor. strong oxidizers.Gr: 0. tremor. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. nose. in animals: narco Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. CNS Methyl acetylene 197 . optic nerve atrophy.R. anes. Propine.6 atmospheres of pressure. [Note: A fuel that is shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. skin.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Frostbite BP: -10°F 1700 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Frostbite Sol: Insoluble §: ScbaF:Pd.7% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (such as chlorine). RGasD: 1.36 eV Change: N.P: 14°F PaprOv*/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. liquid: frostbite Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support TO: Resp sys. Fl.Pp:AScba Wash skin: N.P: NA (Gas) Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10.64 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Allylene. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh.5 to 5.93 VP: 173 mmHg FRZ: -145°F UEL: 16% LEL: 3. 1-Propyne Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1000 ppm (1650 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S84 (II-5) OSHA PEL: TWA 1000 ppm (1650 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a sweet odor. alkalis & acids. IP: 10. hyperexcitability. Ing.

Methyl acetylene-propadiene mixture

Formula: CH3≡CH/CH2=C=CH2

CAS#: 59355-75-8

RTECS#: UK4920000

IDLH: 3400 ppm [10%LEL]

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Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.64 mg/m3 DOT: 1060 116P (stabilized) Synonyms/Trade Names: MAPP gas, Methyl acetylene-allene mixture, Propadiene-methyl acetylene, Methyl acetylene-propadiene mixture (stabilized), Propyne-allene mixture, Propyne-propadiene mixture Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1000 ppm (1800 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S85 (II-6) ST 1250 ppm (2250 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1000 ppm (1800 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless gas with a strong, characteristic, foul odor. [Note: A fuel that is shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Frostbite MW: 40.1 3400 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Frostbite BP: -36 to -4°F §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Wash skin: N.R. Sol: Insoluble Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: NA (Gas) Change: N.R. IP: ? Provide: Frostbite wash RGasD: 1.48 VP: >1 atm FRZ: -213°F UEL: 10.8% LEL: 3.4% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, copper alloys [Note: Forms explosive compounds at high pressure in contact with alloys containing more than 67% copper.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh, Con (liquid) Skin: Frostbite SY: Irrit resp sys; excitement, conf, anes; liquid: frostbite Breath: Resp support TO: Resp sys, CNS

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2=CHCOOCH3 96-33-3 AT2800000 250 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.52 mg/m DOT: 1919 129P (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: Methoxycarbonylethylene, Methyl ester of acrylic acid, Methyl propenoate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (35 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): NIOSH 1459, 2552 OSHA PEL: TWA 10 ppm (35 mg/m3) [skin] OSHA 92 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an acrid odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 86.1 100 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 176°F 250 ppm: Sa:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Sol: 6% §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: 27°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.R. IP: 9.90 eV Provide: Quick drench Sp.Gr: 0.96 VP: 65 mmHg FRZ: -106°F UEL: 25% LEL: 2.8% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates, oxidizers such as peroxides, strong alkalis [Note: Polymerizes easily; usually contains an inhibitor such as hydroquinone.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, upper resp sys Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed

Methyl acrylate

3

198

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: UD1400000 N.D. CH2=C(CH3)CN 126-98-7 Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.74 mg/m3 DOT: 3079 131P (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Cyanopropene-1, 2-Cyano-1-propene, Isoprene cyanide, Isopropenylnitrile, Methacrylonitrile, α-Methylacrylonitrile, 2-Methylpropenenitrile Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (3 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an odor like bitter almonds. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 67.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 195°F Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 3% Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: 34°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: ? Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 0.80 VP(77°F): 71 mmHg FRZ: -32°F UEL: 6.8% LEL: 2% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids, strong oxidizers, alkali, light [Note: Polymerization may occur due to elevated temperature, visible light, or contact with a concentrated alkali.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin; lac; in animals: convuls, loss of motor control in Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support hind limbs Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, CNS

Methylacrylonitrile

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Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3OCH2OCH3 109-87-5 PA8750000 2200 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.11 mg/m3 DOT: 1234 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dimethoxymethane, Formal, Formaldehyde dimethylacetal, Methoxymethyl methyl ether, Methylene dimethyl ether Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1000 ppm (3100 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1611 OSHA PEL: TWA 1000 ppm (3100 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a chloroform-like odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 76.1 2200 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 111°F §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Sol: 33% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P(oc): -26°F Change: N.R. IP: 10.00 eV Sp.Gr: 0.86 VP: 330 mmHg FRZ: -157°F UEL: 13.8% LEL: 2.2% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, acids Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes, skin, upper resp sys; anes Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed

Methylal

199

M

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 67-56-1 PC1400000 6000 ppm CH3OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.31 mg/m3 DOT: 1230 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbinol, Columbian spirits, Methanol, Pyroligneous spirit, Wood alcohol, Wood naphtha, Wood spirit Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (260 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2000, 3800 ST 250 ppm (325 mg/m ) [skin] 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 200 ppm (260 mg/m ) OSHA 91 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a characteristic pungent odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 32.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 147°F 2000 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible 5000 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: 52°F 6000 ppm: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10.84 eV §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 0.79 Escape: ScbaE VP: 96 mmHg FRZ: -144°F UEL: 36% LEL: 6.0% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con SY: Irrit eyes, skin, upper resp sys; head, drow, dizz, nau, vomit; Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support vis dist, optic nerve damage (blindness); derm Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, GI tract

Methyl alcohol

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3NH2 74-89-5 PF6300000 100 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.27 mg/m3 DOT: 1061 118 (anhydrous); 1235 132 (aqueous) Synonyms/Trade Names: Aminomethane, Methylamine (anhydrous), Methylamine (aqueous), Monomethylamine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (12 mg/m3) 3 OSHA 40 OSHA PEL: TWA 10 ppm (12 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a fish- or ammonia-like odor. [Note: A liquid below 21°F. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact (solution) MW: 31.1 100 ppm: CcrFS/GmFS/PaprS£/ BP: 21°F Frostbite Eyes: Prevent eye contact (solution) Sol: Soluble ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Fl.P: NA (Gas) Frostbite Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam (solution) 14°F (Liquid) Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 8.97 eV Change: N.R. RGasD: 1.08 Provide: Frostbite wash Sp.Gr: 0.70 (Liquid at 13°F) VP: 3.0 atm FRZ: -136°F UEL: 20.7% LEL: 4.9% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Mercury, strong oxidizers, nitromethane [Note: Corrosive to copper & zinc alloys, aluminum & galvanized surfaces.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed (solution)/Frostbite ER: Inh, Abs (solution), Ing (solution), Con (solution/liquid) Skin: Water flush immed (solution)/Frostbite SY: Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; cough; skin, muc memb burns; Breath: Resp support derm; conj; liquid: frostbite Swallow: Medical attention immed (solution) TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys

Methylamine

200

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CO[CH2]4CH3 110-43-0 MJ5075000 800 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.67 mg/m3 DOT: 1110 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Amyl methyl ketone, n-Amyl methyl ketone, 2-Heptanone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (465 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1301, 2553 OSHA PEL: TWA 100 ppm (465 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless to white liquid with a banana-like, fruity odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 114.2 800 ppm: CcrOv*/PaprOv*/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 305°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.4% Sa*/ScbaF Remove: When wet or contam §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Fl.P: 102°F Change: N.R. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 9.33 eV Sp.Gr: 0.81 VP: 3 mmHg FRZ: -32°F UEL(250°F): 7.9% LEL(151°F): 1.1% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids, alkalis & oxidizers [Note: Will attack some forms of plastic.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes, skin, muc memb; head; narco, coma; derm Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, PNS Swallow: Medical attention immed

Methyl (n-amyl) ketone

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Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3Br 74-83-9 PA4900000 Ca [250 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.89 mg/m3 DOT: 1062 123 Synonyms/Trade Names: Bromomethane, Monobromomethane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 2520 See Appendix A 3 OSHA PV2040 OSHA PEL†: C 20 ppm (80 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless gas with a chloroform-like odor at high concentrations. [Note: A liquid below 38°F. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 95.0 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 38°F Skin: Prevent skin contact (liquid) ¥: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Sol: 2% Eyes: Prevent eye contact (liquid) Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Fl.P: NA (Gas) Wash skin: When contam (liquid) IP: 10.54 eV Remove: When wet (flamm) RGasD: 3.36 Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 1.73 (Liquid at 32°F) Provide: Quick drench (liquid) VP: 1.9 atm FRZ: -137°F UEL: 16.0% LEL: 10% Flammable Gas, but only in Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Aluminum, magnesium, strong oxidizers presence of a high energy ignition [Note: Attacks aluminum to form aluminum trimethyl, which is source. SPONTANEOUSLY flammable.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Abs (liquid), Con (liquid) Eye: Irr immed (liquid) SY: Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; musc weak, inco, vis dist, dizz; nau, vomit, head; Skin: Water flush immed (liquid) Breath: Resp support mal; hand tremor; convuls; dysp; skin vesic; liquid: frostbite; [carc] TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS [in animals: lung, kidney & forestomach tumors]

Methyl bromide

201

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: KL5775000 200 ppm CH3OCH2CH2OH 109-86-4 Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.11 mg/m3 DOT: 1188 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: EGME, Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether, Glycol monomethyl ether, 2-Methoxyethanol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.1 ppm (0.3 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1403 OSHA PEL: TWA 25 ppm (80 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 53, 79 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild, ether-like odor.

Methyl Cellosolve®

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Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 76.1 1 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 256°F 2.5 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible 5 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: 102°F 100 ppm: Sa:Pd,Pp* Change: N.R. IP: 9.60 eV 200 ppm: SaF:Pd,Pp Provide: Quick drench Sp.Gr: 0.96 §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba VP: 6 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -121°F UEL: 14% LEL: 1.8% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, caustics Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes, nose, throat; head, drow, lass; ataxia, tremor; Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support anemic pallor; in animals: repro, terato effects TO: Eyes, resp sys, CNS, blood, kidneys, repro sys, hemato sys Swallow: Medical attention immed

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOCH2CH2OCH3 110-49-6 KL5950000 200 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.83 mg/m3 DOT: 1189 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: EGMEA, Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate, Glycol monomethyl ether acetate, 2-Methoxyethyl acetate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0.1 ppm (0.5 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH 1451 OSHA PEL: TWA 25 ppm (120 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 53, 79 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild, ether-like odor.

Methyl Cellosolve® acetate

Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 118.1 1 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 293°F 2.5 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible 5 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: 120°F 100 ppm: Sa:Pd,Pp* Change: N.R. IP: ? 200 ppm: SaF:Pd,Pp Sp.Gr: 1.01 §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba VP: 2 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -85°F UEL: 8.2% LEL: 1.7% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates; strong oxidizers, alkalis & acids Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes, nose, throat; kidney, brain damage; in animals: narco; Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support repro, terato effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, resp sys, kidneys, brain, CNS, PNS, repro sys, hemato sys

202

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 74-87-3 PA6300000 Ca [2000 ppm] CH3Cl Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.07 mg/m3 DOT: 1063 115 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chloromethane, Monochloromethane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 1001 See Appendix A OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm C 200 ppm 300 ppm (5-minute maximum peak in any 3 hours) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a faint, sweet odor which is not noticeable at dangerous concentrations. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 50.5 NIOSH Skin: Frostbite BP: -12°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Eyes: Frostbite Sol: 0.5% Escape: ScbaE Wash skin: N.R. Fl.P: NA (Gas) Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 11.28 eV Change: N.R. RGasD: 1.78 Provide: Frostbite wash VP: 5.0 atm FRZ: -144°F UEL: 17.4% LEL: 8.1% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as potassium, powdered aluminum, zinc, and magnesium; water [Note: Reacts with water (hydrolyzes) to form hydrochloric acid.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Con (liquid) Eye: Frostbite SY: Dizz, nau, vomit; vis dist, stagger, slurred speech, convuls, coma; Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support liver, kidney damage; liquid: frostbite; repro, terato effects; [carc] TO: CNS, liver, kidneys, repro sys [in animals: lung, kidney & forestomach tumors]

Methyl chloride

M

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CCl3 71-55-6 KJ2975000 700 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.46 mg/m DOT: 2831 160 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chlorothene; 1,1,1-Trichloroethane; 1,1,1-Trichloroethane (stabilized) Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 350 ppm (1900 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): NIOSH 1003 See Appendix C (Chloroethanes) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 350 ppm (1900 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild, chloroform-like odor. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 133.4 (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA BP: 165°F Skin: Prevent skin contact 700 ppm: Sa*/ScbaF Sol: 0.4% Eyes: Prevent eye contact §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Fl.P: ? Wash skin: When contam Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 11.00 eV Remove: When wet or contam Sp.Gr: 1.34 Change: N.R. VP: 100 mmHg FRZ: -23°F Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong caustics; strong oxidizers; UEL: 12.5% chemically-active metals such as zinc, aluminum, magnesium powders, LEL: 7.5% sodium & potassium; water Combustible Liquid, but burns with [Note: Reacts slowly with water to form hydrochloric acid.] difficulty.

Methyl chloroform

3

Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh, Ing, Con SY: Irrit eyes, skin; head, lass, CNS depres, poor equi; derm; card arrhy; liver damage TO: Eyes, skin, CNS, CVS, liver

First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed

203

Methyl-2-cyanoacrylate
Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.54 mg/m3

Formula: CH2=C(CN)COOCH3 DOT:

CAS#: 137-05-3

RTECS#: AS7000000

IDLH: N.D.

M

Synonyms/Trade Names: Mecrylate, Methyl cyanoacrylate, Methyl α-cyanoacrylate, Methyl ester of 2-cyanoacrylic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (8 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA 55 ST 4 ppm (16 mg/m ) OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a characteristic odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 111.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 30% Wash skin: Daily Fl.P: 174°F Remove: N.R. IP: ? Change: N.R. Sp.Gr(81°F): 1.10 Provide: Eyewash VP(77°F): 0.2 mmHg FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Moisture [Note: Contact with moisture causes rapid polymerization.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Water wash SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose; blurred vision, lac; rhinitis Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3C6H11 108-87-2 GV6125000 1200 ppm [LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.02 mg/m3 DOT: 2296 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: Cyclohexylmethane, Hexahydrotoluene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 400 ppm (1600 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 500 ppm (2000 mg/m ) NIOSH 1500 OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a faint, benzene-like odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 98.2 1200 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 214°F §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: 25°F Change: N.R. IP: 9.85 eV Sp.Gr: 0.77 VP: 37 mmHg FRZ: -196°F UEL: 6.7% LEL: 1.2% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose, throat; dizz, drow; in animals: narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed

Methylcyclohexane

204

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 25639-42-3 GW0175000 500 ppm CH3C6H10OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.67 mg/m3 DOT: 2617 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Hexahydrocresol, Hexahydromethylphenol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (235 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1404 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (470 mg/m ) Physical Description: Straw-colored liquid with a weak odor like coconut oil. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 114.2 500 ppm: Sa*/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 311-356°F §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Sol: 4% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: 149-158°F Change: N.R. IP: 9.80 eV Sp.Gr: 0.92 VP(86°F): 2 mmHg FRZ: -58°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, upper resp sys; head; in animals: narco; liver, Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, kidneys, liver

Methylcyclohexanol

M

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3C6H9O 583-60-8 GW1750000 600 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.59 mg/m3 DOT: 2297 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Methylcyclohexanone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (230 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2521 ST 75 ppm (345 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (460 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a weak, peppermint-like odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 112.2 500 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 325°F 600 ppm: Sa:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: 118°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.R. IP: ? Sp.Gr: 0.93 VP: 1 mmHg FRZ: 7°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: In animals: irrit eyes, muc memb; narco; derm Breath: Resp support TO: Skin, resp sys, liver, kidneys, CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed

o-Methylcyclohexanone

205

Methyl cyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl (as Mn)

Formula: CAS#: CH3C5H4Mn(CO)3 12108-13-3

RTECS#: OP1450000

IDLH: N.D.

M

Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: CI-2, Combustion Improver-2, Manganese tricarbonylmethylcyclopentadienyl, 2-Methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl, MMT Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.2 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: C 5 mg/m None available Physical Description: Yellow to dark-orange liquid with a faint, pleasant odor. [Note: A solid below 36°F.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 218.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 449°F Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: 230°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 1.39 VP(212°F): 7 mmHg FRZ: 36°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Light (decomposes) Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes; dizz, nau, head; in animals: tremor, severe clonic Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support spasms, lass, slow respiration; liver, kidney inj Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, CNS, liver, kidneys

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H15O3PS2 8022-00-2 TG1760000 N.D. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Demeton methyl; O,O-Dimethyl 2-ethylmercaptoethyl thiophosphate; Metasystox®; Methyl mercaptophos; Methyl systox® Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0.5 mg/m3 [skin] OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Oily, colorless to pale-yellow liquid with an unpleasant odor. [insecticide] [Note: Technical grade consists of 2 isomers: thiono & thiolo.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 230.3 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.03-0.3% Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.Gr: 1.20 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.0004 mmHg FRZ: ? Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, alkalis, water Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin; ache eyes, rhin; nau, head, dizz, vomit Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, CVS, blood chol Swallow: Medical attention immed

Methyl demeton

206

cyan.] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: DACPM.D. nau.001 mmHg FRZ: <14°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. dysp. skin.R.25 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol: Reacts 0. acids. 71 TWA 0.01 ppm (0.44 VP(77°F): 0.4'-Methylenebis(o-chloro aniline).Pp Change: N. potassium. Symptoms.4'-Methylenebis(2-chloroaniline) CH (C H ClNH ) 101-14-4 2 6 4 2 2 Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: CY1050000 IDLH: Ca [N.P: >395°F 1 ppm: SaF:Pd. resp sens. bis(4-Isocyanatocyclohexyl)methane. skin. blood. Saturated MDI Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 0.Gr: 1. 4. skin blisters Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. MOCA Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 OSHA 24. resp sys 207 . alcohols. bases.07 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP(77°F): 0. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support cough. sodium. kidneys [in animals: liver. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 262.3'-Dichloro-4. pulm edema. Con Skin: Soap flush immed SY: Hema. IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. magnesium. DMDI. MBOCA.g. zinc) First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. 3.73 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dicyclohexylmethane 4. Reduced MDI.4. wheez. Ing.00001 mmHg Quick drench MLT: 230°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals (e. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 267.Pp:AScba Provide: Quick drench Sp. colorless to light-yellow liquid.003 mg/m [skin] See Appendix A OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Tan-colored pellets or flakes with a faint. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. HMDI. Ing. lung & bladder tumors] Swallow: Medical attention immed M Methylene bis(4-cyclohexylisocyanate) CH [(C H )NCO] 2 6 10 2 Formula: CAS#: 5124-30-1 RTECS#: NQ9250000 IDLH: N. Conversion: 1 ppm = 10..11 mg/m3) NIOSH 5525 OSHA PEL†: none OSHA PV2092 Physical Description: Clear. amine-like odor.D. ethanol. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.4'-diaminodiphenylmethane.2 ¥: ScbaF:Pd.1 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? 0.Gr(77°F): 1. Abs. methemo. organotin catalysts [Note: May slowly polymerize if heated above 122°F. chest tight.4'-Methylenebis(2-chlorobenzenamine).4'-diisocyanate.] Exposure Routes. Hydrogenated MDI. dry throat. kidney irrit. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. [carc] Breath: Resp support TO: Liver.4 0. 4.P: ? Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp. Symptoms.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: Slight Remove: When wet or contam Fl.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd. amines. resp sys.5 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl.

3800 See Appendix A OSHA 59. 5525 C 0. Methylene di-p-phenylene ester of isocyanic acid Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. concentrated nitric acid Exposure Routes. Symptoms.Pp/SaF:Pd. nose.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 250.2% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Symptoms. acids.5 mg/m3: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. lass. Ing. [Note: A liquid above 99°F. salivary & mammary Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed gland tumors] Methylene chloride 208 .005 ppm) 3 NIOSH 5521. caustics. Ing.000005 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE MLT: 99°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong alkalis. MDI.05 mg/m3 (0.02 ppm) Physical Description: White to light-yellow.1052] TWA 25 ppm ST 125 ppm Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a chloroform-like odor.24 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 4. numb. skin.Pp §: ScbaF:Pd. chemically-active metals such as aluminum. Methylene bis(4-phenyl isocyanate). pulm secretions.32 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 104°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: 2% Remove: When wet or contam Fl.25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf* Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 2. resp sens. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support chest pain.R. liver. throat. nau. odorless flakes.4'-Diphenylmethane diisocyanate.3 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 597°F 0. [carc] Skin: Soap wash prompt TO: Eyes.23 (Solid at 77°F) 75 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. Abs. tingle limbs. dizz. CVS.47 mg/m3 DOT: 1593 160 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dichloromethane.020 ppm) [10-minute] 3 OSHA 18 OSHA PEL: C 0. asthma Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. dysp.] Exposure Routes.P: 390°F 1.2 mg/m (0.5 mg/m3: ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily Sp.M Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2(C6H4NCO)2 101-68-8 NQ9350000 75 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 10. 5522.Gr: 1.19 (Liquid at 122°F) VP(77°F): 0. IP: 11. resp sys Methylene bisphenyl isocyanate Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2Cl2 75-09-2 PA8050000 Ca [2300 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. potassium & sodium. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. skin.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 84. 80 OSHA PEL: [1910.Gr: 1.2 mg/m (0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd. Methylene dichloride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 1005. drow.9 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. CNS [in animals: lung. [Note: A gas above 104°F.33 VP: 350 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -139°F UEL: 23% LEL: 13% Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.Pp:AScba 1. cough.P: ? See Appendix E (page 351) Change: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. magnesium powders. alcohol [Note: Polymerizes at 450°F.

or diallyl phthalate to reduce sensitivity to shock. heat. Commercial product is diluted with 40% dimethyl phthalate. Pure MEKP is shock sensitive. trace contaminants [Note: A strong oxidizing agent.010 ppm ST 0.12 Provide: Eyewash VP: ? FRZ: ? Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Organic materials. in animals: heart. Con SY: Irrit eyes. [Note: Explosive decomposition occurs at 230°F. Con Skin: Water wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.5 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 3508 OSHA PEL†: none OSHA 77 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a characteristic odor. throat.Gr: 1.0000002 mmHg Provide: Eyewash MLT: 198°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Combustible Solid 4. sunlight. blisters.P: 374°F Wash skin: When contam/Daily IP: 10.70 eV Remove: When wet or contam See Appendix E (page 351) Sp.1050] TWA 0. myocardial damage. Conversion: 1 ppm = 7. Ing.Gr(59°F): 1.4'-Diphenylmethanediamine. Dianilinomethane. Methyl ethyl ketone hydroperoxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0. kidneys Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide 3 209 . MEK peroxide.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 176.2 ppm (1.] Exposure Routes.1% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl. resp sys. pulm edema. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Soluble Wash skin: When contam Fl. MDA Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 5029 See Appendix A OSHA PEL: [1910. scars skin. 4. kidney damage TO: Eyes. hepatitis. vomit. cyclohexane peroxide.21 mg/m DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Butanone peroxide. para. amine-like odor. crystalline solid with a faint.P(oc): 125-200°F (60% MEKP) Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. Ing. skin. liver.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2(C6H4NH2)2 101-77-9 BY5425000 Ca [N. in animals: liver.06 (Liquid at 212°F) Change: Daily VP(77°F): 0. MEKP. Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd. diarr. Swallow: Medical attention immed derm. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh.D. spleen damage. skin.4'-Methylenedianiline Exposure Routes. abdom pain. Symptoms. para'-Diaminodiphenyl-methane. [carc] TO: Eyes. spleen [in animals: bladder cancer] First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed M Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C8H16O4 1338-23-4 EL9450000 N. Ethyl methyl ketone peroxide.Pp:AScba Sol: 0. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 198. Symptoms. jaun. dysp. CVS.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 244°F (Decomposes) Not available. cough.D. nose. flames. liver.4'-Diaminodiphenylmethane.100 ppm Physical Description: Pale-brown.3 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 748°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.R. Breath: Resp support blurred vision.] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 4. Abs. liver.

resp sys.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl.5% Class IA Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers [Note: Reacts slowly with water to form methanol & formic acid.1 1000 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 89°F 2500 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol: 30% 4500 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. dysp.46 mg/m3 DOT: 1243 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Methyl ester of formic acid.R. derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Symptoms. chest tight. resp sys. Methyl methanoate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (250 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S291 (II-5) ST 150 ppm (375 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PV2041 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (250 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pleasant odor. coma.82 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sp. CNS Methyl formate Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C2H5COCH2CH(CH3)CH2CH3 541-85-5 MJ7350000 100 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. 3-Methyl-5-heptanone Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 25 ppm (130 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1301. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con Skin: Water flush SY: Irrit eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.98 VP: 476 mmHg FRZ: -148°F UEL: 23% LEL: 4.Pp:AScba Change: N. in Breath: Resp support animals: pulm edema. nose. [Note: A gas above 89°F.Gr: 0.24 mg/m DOT: 2271 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Amyl ethyl ketone.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 60.P: -2°F §: ScbaF:Pd. CNS depres. head.Pp/SaF:Pd.Gr: 0. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed 5-Methyl-3-heptanone 3 210 .2 100 ppm: CcrOv*/PaprOv*/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 315°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd. narco.Pp/SaF:Pd.82 VP: 2 mmHg FRZ: -70°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 128. skin. Ing.] Exposure Routes. muc memb. skin. Ing. Abs. 2553 OSHA PEL: TWA 25 ppm (130 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pungent odor. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. vis dist.M Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: HCOOCH3 107-31-3 LQ8925000 4500 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. Ethyl amyl ketone.R. Symptoms. narco Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.P: 138°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. IP: 10. IP: ? Sp.

Pp:AScba Sol: Miscible Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: ScbaE Fl. [Note: Turns yellow. red.54 eV Change: N.80 mg/m DOT: 2644 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: Iodomethane.R.08 mg/m ) [2-hr] See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL: C 0. Abs. drow. asbestos. tremor. hydrogen peroxide First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Breath: Resp support cyan. resp sys. copper alloys. Abs.04 ppm (0.Gr: 2. LEL: 2.R. CNS.2 ppm (0. Monoiodomethane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 1014 TWA 2 ppm (10 mg/m3) [skin] See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 ppm (28 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pungent.9 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 109°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Monomethylhydrazine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 3510 C 0.Gr(77°F): 0. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. CVS [in animals: lung. colorless liquid with an ammonia-like odor.35 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Fuming. blood. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 46. wood & cloth. ataxia. nau. kidney & forestomach tumors] Methyl iodide 3 211 . Symptoms. skin. resp sys. derm. skin. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. CNS [in animals: lung.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 141. ataxia.P: 17°F Wash skin: When contam IP: 8. vomit. or brown on exposure to light & moisture.Pp/SaF:Pd.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3NHNH2 60-34-4 MV5600000 Ca [20 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. porous materials such as earth. skin. [carc] TO: Eyes. vomit. dizz. Symptoms. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 1% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl. convuls.89 mg/m3 DOT: 1244 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: MMH.00 eV Remove: When wet (flamm) Sp. VP: 38 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: -62°F Quick drench UEL: 92% Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxides of iron. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. anoxia. manganese. diarr. liver.] Exposure Routes. nitric acid. blood vessel & intestine tumors] Methyl hydrazine M CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 74-88-4 PA9450000 Ca [100 ppm] CH3I Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.28 Provide: Eyewash VP: 400 mmHg FRZ: -88°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers [Note: Decomposes at 518°F. Sp. slurred Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support speech. ether-like odor.Pp/SaF:Pd.5% lead.87 Change: N. resp sys. copper. Ing. Swallow: Medical attention immed liver. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: 9.1 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 190°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Class IB Flammable Liquid strong oxidizers such as fluorine & chlorine. Ing.

narco. 5-Methyl-2-hexanone.Pp Sp. skin. in animals: narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.R. muc memb. Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. in Breath: Resp support animals: liver.0% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.81 VP: 3 mmHg FRZ: -130°F UEL: 5. kidneys Methyl isoamyl ketone Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)2CHCH2CH(OH)CH3 108-11-2 SA7350000 400 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. 1405 ST 40 ppm (165 mg/m ) [skin] 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 25 ppm (100 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild odor. Symptoms. derm. Abs.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl.284 eV SaT:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF 5000 ppm: SaF:Pd. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Con Skin: Soap flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.Gr: 0. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 114. skin. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 102.0% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Exposure Routes.5% 2500 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. skin. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes. coma. Methyl amyl alcohol. derm.81 §: ScbaF:Pd. Ing.2% LEL(200°F): 1. MIBC Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 25 ppm (100 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1402.2 500 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 291°F 1250 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv* Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.M Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COCH2CH2CH(CH3)2 110-12-3 MP3850000 N. IP: ? Sp.5% LEL: 1. liver.P: 97°F Change: N. IP: 9.Gr: 0.18 mg/m3 DOT: 2053 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Isobutylmethylcarbinol. MIAK Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (240 mg/m3) 3 OSHA PV2042 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (475 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless.Pp/SaF:Pd. clear liquid with a pleasant. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Symptoms. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Methyl isobutyl carbinol 212 .D.Pp:AScba VP: 5 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -101°F UEL(200°F): 8. drow. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. head. Ing. CNS. 4-Methyl-2-pentanol.Pp/SaF:Pd.P: 106°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.R. Isopentyl methyl ketone.67 mg/m3 DOT: 2302 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Isoamyl methyl ketone. 2-Methyl-5-hexanone. skin. head.2 250 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 271°F 400 ppm: Sa:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Sol: 2% §: ScbaF:Pd. resp sys. fruity odor.

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 624-83-9 NQ9450000 3 ppm CH3NCO Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.34 mg/m3 DOT: 2480 155 Synonyms/Trade Names: Methyl ester of isocyanic acid, MIC Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.02 ppm (0.05 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 OSHA 54 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.02 ppm (0.05 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a sharp, pungent odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 57.1 0.2 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 102-104°F 0.5 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol(59°F): 10% 1 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P: 19°F 3 ppm: SaF:Pd,Pp Change: N.R. IP: 10.67 eV §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp.Gr: 0.96 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 348 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -49°F UEL: 26% LEL: 5.3% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water, oxidizers, acids, alkalis, amines, iron, tin, copper [Note: Usually contains inhibitors to prevent polymerization.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose, throat; resp sens, cough, pulm secretions, Breath: Resp support chest pain, dysp; asthma; eye, skin damage; in animals: pulm edema Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys

Methyl isocyanate

M

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COCH(CH3)2 563-80-4 EL9100000 N.D. Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.53 mg/m3 DOT: 2397 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Acetyl propane, Isopropyl methyl ketone, 3-Methyl-2-butanone, 3-Methyl butan-2-one, MIPK Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (705 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an acetone-like odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 86.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 199°F Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Very slight Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: 9.32 eV Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 0.81 VP: 42 mmHg FRZ: -134°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, muc memb, resp sys; cough Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed

Methyl isopropyl ketone

213

M

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 74-93-1 PB4375000 150 ppm CH3SH Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.97 mg/m3 DOT: 1064 117 Synonyms/Trade Names: Mercaptomethane, Methanethiol, Methyl sulfhydrate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0.5 ppm (1 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2542 OSHA PEL†: C 10 ppm (20 mg/m ) OSHA 26 Physical Description: Colorless gas with a disagreeable odor like garlic or rotten cabbage. [Note: A liquid below 43°F. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact (liquid) MW: 48.1 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa BP: 43°F Frostbite 12.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Eyes: Prevent eye contact (liquid) Sol: 2% 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Fl.P: NA (Gas) Frostbite Wash skin: N.R. SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF (oc) 0°F (Liquid) 150 ppm: Sa:Pd,Pp Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 9.44 eV §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Change: N.R. RGasD: 1.66 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash (liquid) Sp.Gr: 0.90 (Liquid at 32°F) VP: 1.7 atm Quick drench (liquid) FRZ: -186°F Frostbite wash UEL: 21.8% LEL: 3.9% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, bleaches, copper, aluminum, nickel-copper alloys First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed (liquid)/Frostbite ER: Inh, Con (liquid) Skin: Water flush immed (liquid)/Frostbite SY: Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; narco; cyan; convuls; liquid: frostbite Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, blood

Methyl mercaptan

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2=C(CH3)COOCH3 80-62-6 OZ5075000 1000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.09 mg/m3 DOT: 1247 129P (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: Methacrylate monomer, Methyl ester of methacrylic acid, Methyl-2-methyl-2-propenoate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (410 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2537 OSHA PEL: TWA 100 ppm (410 mg/m ) OSHA 94 Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an acrid, fruity odor.

Methyl methacrylate

Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 100.1 1000 ppm: Sa:Cf£/CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 214°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 1.5% PaprOv£/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P(oc): 50°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N.R. IP: 9.70 eV Sp.Gr: 0.94 VP: 29 mmHg FRZ: -54°F UEL: 8.2% LEL: 1.7% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates, oxidizers, peroxides, strong alkalis, moisture [Note: May polymerize if subjected to heat, oxidizers, or ultraviolet light. Usually contains an inhibitor such as hydroquinone.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose, throat; derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed

214

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3O)2P(S)OC6H4NO2 298-00-0 TG0175000 N.D. Conversion: DOT: 2783 152 (solid); 3018 152 (liquid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Azophos®; O,O-Dimethyl-O-p-nitrophenylphosphorothioate; Parathion methyl Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.2 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: White to tan, crystalline solid or powder with a pungent, garlic- OSHA PV2112 like odor. [pesticide] [Note: The commercial product in xylene is a tan liquid.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 263.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 289°F 2 mg/m3: CcrOv95/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 0.006% Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl.P: ? 5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprOvHie Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 10 mg/m3: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Change: Daily Sp.Gr: 1.36 PaprTOvHie/SaT:Cf/ Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.00001 mmHg ScbaF/SaF MLT: 99°F 200 mg/m3: SaF:Pd,Pp Quick drench UEL: ? §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba LEL: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, water [Note: Explosive risk when heated above 122°F.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin; nau, vomit, abdom cramps, diarr, salv; head, dizz, Skin: Soap wash immed lass; rhin, chest tight; blurred vision, miosis; card irreg; musc fasc; dysp Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, CVS, blood chol

Methyl parathion

M

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3O)4Si 681-84-5 VV9800000 N.D. Conversion: 1 ppm = 6.23 mg/m3 DOT: 2606 155 Synonyms/Trade Names: Methyl orthosilicate, Tetramethoxysilane, Tetramethyl ester of silicic acid, Tetramethyl silicate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (6 mg/m3) OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Clear, colorless liquid. [Note: A solid below 28°F.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 152.3 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 250°F Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Soluble Wash skin: Daily Fl.P: 205°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 1.02 Provide: Eyewash VP(77°F): 12 mmHg FRZ: 28°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers; hexafluorides of rhenium, molybdenum & tungsten Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con SY: Irrit eyes, corn damage (following even short-term exposure Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support to the vapor); lung, kidney inj; pulm edema Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, resp sys, kidneys

Methyl silicate

215

M

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5C(CH3)=CH2 98-83-9 WL5075300 700 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.83 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: AMS, Isopropenyl benzene, 1-Methyl-1-phenylethylene, 2-Phenyl propylene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (240 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1501 ST 100 ppm (485 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: C 100 ppm (480 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a characteristic odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 118.2 500 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 330°F 700 ppm: Sa:Cf*/CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: 129°F PaprOv*/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Change: N.R. IP: 8.35 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Sp.Gr: 0.91 VP: 2 mmHg FRZ: -10°F UEL: 6.1% LEL: 1.9% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers, peroxides, halogens, catalysts for vinyl or ionic polymers; aluminum, iron chloride, copper [Note: Usually contains an inhibitor such as tert-butyl catechol.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose, throat; drow; derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed

α-Methyl styrene

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C8H14N4OS 21087-64-9 XZ2990000 N.D. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 4-Amino-6-(1,1-dimethylethyl)-3-(methylthio)-1,2,4-triazin-5(4H)-one Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): OSHA PV2044 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless, crystalline solid. [herbicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 214.3 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.1% Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.Gr: 1.31 VP: 0.0000004 mmHg MLT: 257°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash SY: In animals: CNS depres; thyroid, liver enzyme changes Breath: Fresh air TO: CNS, thyroid, liver Swallow: Medical attention immed

Metribuzin

216

Mica (containing less than 1% quartz)

Formula:

CAS#: 12001-26-2

RTECS#: VV8760000

IDLH: 1500 mg/m3

Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Biotite, Lepidolite, Margarite, Muscovite, Phlogopite, Roscoelite, Zimmwaldite Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 3 mg/m3 (resp) (see Table 1): NIOSH 0600 OSHA PEL†: TWA 20 mppcf Physical Description: Colorless, odorless flakes or sheets of hydrous silicates. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: N.R. MW: 797 (approx) 15 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N.R. BP: ? Wash skin: N.R. Sol: Insoluble 30 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: N.R. Fl.P: NA 75 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: N.R. IP: NA 150 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Sp.Gr: 2.6-3.2 ScbaF/SaF VP: 0 mmHg (approx) 1500 mg/m3: Sa:Pd,Pp MLT: ? §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba UEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes; pneumoconiosis, cough, dysp; lass; low-wgt TO: Resp sys

M

Mineral wool fiber

Formula:

CAS#:

RTECS#: PY8070000

IDLH: N.D.

Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Manmade mineral fibers, Rock wool, Slag wool, Synthetic vitreous fibers [Note: Produced by blowing steam or air through molten rock (rock wool) or various furnace slags that are by-products of metal smelting or refining processes (slag wool).] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 3 fibers/cm3 (fibers ≤ 3.5 µm diameter & ≥ 10 µm in length) 3 NIOSH 0500, 7400 TWA 5 mg/m (total) 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Typically, a mineral “wool” with diameters >0.5 µm & >1.5 µm in length. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: varies 5X REL: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: NA 10X REL: 95XQ/Sa Wash skin: Daily Sol: Insoluble 25X REL: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Remove: N.R. Fl.P: NA 50X REL: 100F/PaprTHie/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: NA 1000X REL: SaF:Pd,Pp Sp.Gr: ? §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba VP: 0 mmHg (approx) Escape: 100F/ScbaE MLT: ? UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Fibers Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; dysp TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys

217

Molybdenum

M

Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: Molybdenum metal Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: See Appendix D (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL*†: TWA 15 mg/m NIOSH 7300, 7301, 7303, 9102 [*Note: The PEL also applies to other insoluble molybdenum OSHA ID121, ID125G compounds (as Mo).] Physical Description: Dark gray or black powder with a metallic luster. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 95.9 OSHA Skin: N.R. BP: 8717°F 75 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N.R. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N.R. Fl.P: NA 150 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: N.R. IP: NA 375 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: N.R. Sp.Gr: 10.28 750 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ VP: 0 mmHg (approx) ScbaF/SaF MLT: 4752°F 5000 mg/m3: Sa:Pd,Pp UEL: NA §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba LEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE Combustible Solid in form of dust or powder. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: In animals: irrit eyes, nose, throat; anor, diarr, low-wgt; Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed listlessness; liver, kidney damage TO: Eyes, resp sys, liver, kidneys

Formula: Mo DOT:

CAS#: 7439-98-7

RTECS#: QA4680000

IDLH: 5000 mg/m3 (as Mo)

Molybdenum (soluble compounds, as Mo)

Formula:

CAS#:

RTECS#:

IDLH: 1000 mg/m3 (as Mo)

Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific soluble molybdenum compound. Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 mg/m NIOSH 7300, 7301, 7303, 9102 Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific OSHA ID121, ID125G soluble molybdenum compound. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: OSHA Properties vary depending upon Skin: Prevent skin contact 25 mg/m3: Qm* the specific soluble molybdenum Eyes: Prevent eye contact Wash skin: When contam 50 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* compound. Remove: When wet or contam 125 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* Change: N.R. 250 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf*/PaprTHie*/ ScbaF/SaF 1000 mg/m3: SaF:Pd,Pp §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Escape: 100F/ScbaE Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con SY: In animals: irrit eyes, nose, throat; anor; inco; dysp; anemia Skin: Water flush Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes, resp sys, kidneys, blood Swallow: Medical attention immed

218

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 6923-22-4 TC4375000 N.D. C7H14NO5P Conversion: DOT: 2783 152 (organophosphorus pesticide, solid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Azodrin®, 3-Hydroxy-N-methylcrotonamide dimethylphosphate, Monocron Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.25 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL†: none OSHA PV2045 Physical Description: Colorless to reddish-brown solid with a mild, ester odor. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 223.2 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 257°F Not available. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: >200°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.Gr: ? VP: 0.000007 mmHg MLT: 129°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Metals, low molecular weight alcohols & glycols [Note: Corrosive to black iron, drum steel, stainless steel 304 & brass. Should be stored at 70-80°F.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes, miosis, blurred vision; dizz, convuls; dysp; salv, abdom cramps, nau, diarr, vomit; in animals: possible terato effects Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, resp sys, CNS, CVS, blood chol, repro sys

Monocrotophos

M

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5NHCH3 100-61-8 BY4550000 100 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.38 mg/m3 DOT: 2294 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: MA, (Methylamino)benzene, N-Methyl aniline, Methylphenylamine, N-Phenylmethylamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.5 ppm (2 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 3511 OSHA PEL†: TWA 2 ppm (9 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Yellow to light-brown liquid with a weak, ammonia-like odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 107.2 5 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 384°F 12.5 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 25 ppm: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: 175°F 100 ppm: SaF:Pd,Pp Change: N.R. IP: 7.32 eV §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Sp.Gr: 0.99 Escape: GmFS/ScbaE VP: 0.3 mmHg FRZ: -71°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids, strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con SY: Lass, dizz, head; dysp, cyan; methemo; pulm edema; liver, Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Resp sys, liver, kidneys, blood, CNS

Monomethyl aniline

219

N

CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 110-91-8 QD6475000 1400 ppm [10%LEL] C4H9ON Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.56 mg/m3 DOT: 2054 132 Synonyms/Trade Names: Diethylene imidoxide; Diethylene oximide; Tetrahydro-1,4-oxazine; Tetrahydro-p-oxazine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 20 ppm (70 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S150 (II-3) ST 30 ppm (105 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 20 ppm (70 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a weak, ammonia- or fish-like odor. [Note: A solid below 23°F.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 87.1 500 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 264°F 1000 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv£/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.P(oc): 98°F ScbaF/SaF 1400 ppm: SaF:Pd,Pp Change: N.R. IP: 8.88 eV §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash (>15%) Sp.Gr: 1.007 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 6 mmHg Quick drench (>25%) FRZ: 23°F UEL: 11.2% LEL: 1.4% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids, strong oxidizers, metals, nitro compounds [Note: Corrosive to metals.] Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose, resp sys; vis dist; cough; in animals: Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support liver, kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, liver, kidneys

Morpholine

Naphtha (coal tar)
3

Formula:

CAS#: 8030-30-6

RTECS#: DE3030000

IDLH: 1000 ppm [10%LEL]

Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.50 mg/m (approx) DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Crude solvent coal tar naphtha, High solvent naphtha, Naphtha Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (400 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 1550 OSHA PEL: TWA 100 ppm (400 mg/m3) Physical Description: Reddish-brown, mobile liquid with an aromatic odor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 110 (approx) 1000 ppm: Sa:Cf£/CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 320-428°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble PaprOv£/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Fl.P: 100-109°F Change: N.R. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: ? Sp.Gr: 0.89-0.97 VP: <5 mmHg FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh, Ing, Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes, skin, nose; dizz, drow; derm; in animals: liver, Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, liver, kidneys

220

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H8 91-20-3 QJ0525000 250 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.24 mg/m3 DOT: 1334 133 (crude or refined); 2304 133 (molten) Synonyms/Trade Names: Naphthalin, Tar camphor, White tar Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (50 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1501 ST 15 ppm (75 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 35 OSHA PEL†: TWA 10 ppm (50 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless to brown solid with an odor of mothballs. [Note: Shipped as a molten solid.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 128.2 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 424°F 100 ppm: CcrOv95*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.003% 250 ppm: Sa:Cf*/CcrFOv100/ Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: 174°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: 8.12 eV PaprOvHie*/ Change: Daily Sp.Gr: 1.15 ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba VP: 0.08 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE MLT: 176°F UEL: 5.9% LEL: 0.9% Combustible Solid, but will take some effort to ignite. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers, chromic anhydride Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Abs, Ing, Con Skin: Molten flush immed/sol-liq soap wash SY: Irrit eyes; head, conf, excitement, mal; nau, vomit, abdom prompt pain; irrit bladder; profuse sweat; jaun; hema, renal shutdown; Breath: Resp support derm, optical neuritis, corn damage TO: Eyes, skin, blood, liver, kidneys, CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed

Naphthalene

N

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H6(NCO)2 3173-72-6 NQ9600000 N.D. Conversion: 1 ppm = 8.60 mg/m DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1,5-Diisocyanatonaphthalene; 1,5-Naphthalene diisocyanate; 1,5-Naphthalene ester of isocyanic acid; NDI Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.040 mg/m3 (0.005 ppm) (see Table 1): NIOSH 5525 C 0.170 mg/m3 (0.020 ppm) [10-minute] OSHA PV2046 OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: White to light-yellow, crystalline flakes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 210.2 0.05 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 505°F 0.125 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol: ? 0.25 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P(oc): 311°F 1 ppm: SaF:Pd,Pp Change: Daily IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd,Pp/SaF:Pd,Pp:AScba Sp.Gr: ? Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP(75°F): 0.003 mmHg MLT: 261°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes, Symptoms, Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh, Ing, Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes, nose, throat; resp sens, cough, pulm secretions, Breath: Resp support chest pain, dysp; asthma Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes, resp sys

Naphthalene diisocyanate
3

221

skin [bladder cancer] α-Naphthylamine Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H7NH2 91-59-8 QM2100000 Ca [N.P: 315°F See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily IP: 7. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Derm. Ing. hemorrhagic cystitis.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 143.P: 315°F See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily IP: 9. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support dysuria. 2-Naphthylamine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 5518 See Appendix A OSHA 93 OSHA PEL: [1910. Symptoms. dysp.002% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. [Note: Darkens in air to a reddish-purple color. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support dysuria.2 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. hema. [Note: Darkens in air to a reddish-purple color. Abs.N Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H7NH2 134-32-7 QM1400000 Ca [N.30 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp.06 VP(226°F): 1 mmHg Quick drench MLT: 232°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes.] Conversion: DOT: 1650 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Aminonaphthalene. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 143.] Conversion: DOT: 2077 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Aminonaphthalene. methemo. Symptoms. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Bladder.1009] See Appendix B Physical Description: Odorless. methemo.12 VP(220°F): 1 mmHg Quick drench MLT: 122°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizes in air Exposure Routes.D. ataxia. white to red crystals with a faint. hema. Abs.1004] See Appendix B OSHA 93 Physical Description: Colorless crystals with an ammonia-like odor. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Bladder.Pp/SaF:Pd. hemorrhagic cystitis.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 583°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: Miscible in hot water Remove: When wet or contam Fl. skin [bladder cancer] β-Naphthylamine 222 . Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. aromatic odor. 1-Naphthylamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 5518 See Appendix A OSHA PEL: [1910.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 573°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: 0.Gr(208°F): 1. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Derm.Gr: 1.2 ¥: ScbaF:Pd.D.71 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp. ataxia. Ing. dysp.

Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 110°F Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Head.007 mg/m ) See Appendix A OSHA PEL: TWA 0.98 mg/m3 DOT: 1259 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Nickel tetracarbonyl. cyan. lass. PNS N Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Ni(CO)4 13463-39-3 QR6300000 Ca [2 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. [Note: Used in the past as a catalyst in the manufacture of flexible polyurethane foams. paranasal sinus.001 ppm (0. in animals: Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed repro. Symptoms. IP: 8.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: mixture ¥: ScbaF:Pd. epigastric pain.D.P: <-4°F Change: N. cough.32 VP: 315 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -13°F UEL: ? LEL: 2% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitric acid.Pp/SaF:Pd. neurological disorders. [carc].7 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. substernal pain. [Note: A gas above 110°F. dizz.Pp/SaF:Pd. Ing. chlorine & other oxidizers. Tetracarbonyl nickel Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6007 TWA 0. skin. urinary tract. Symptoms. pneu. nau.R. convuls. Abs. leucyt.007 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless to yellow liquid with a musty odor. repro sys [lung & nasal cancer] Nickel carbonyl 223 .Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: ? Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: None [Note: A mixture of 95% dimethylaminopropionitrile & 5% bis(2-dimethylamino)ethyl ether. vomit. CNS. terato effects TO: Lungs. lass. Con Skin: Soap flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. flammable materials First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.05% Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. decr nerve Swallow: Medical attention immed conduction in lower legs TO: Eyes. skin.P: ? Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.001 ppm (0.Gr: ? VP: ? Quick drench FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. hyperpnea. vomit. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 170. nau. delirium. pins & Breath: Resp support needles in hands & feet.Gr(63°F): 1. Abs.Niax® Catalyst ESN Formula: CAS#: 62765-93-9 RTECS#: QR3900000 IDLH: N. bromine. Ing. urinary dist.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: See Appendix C OSHA PEL: See Appendix C None available Physical Description: A liquid mixture. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. musc weak.28 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp.

Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.R. head. Symptoms. allergic asthma. card arrhy. dysp.90 (Metal) Change: Daily VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 2831°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Metal: Combustible Solid. hearing.0% LEL: 0. in animals: terato effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS. nickel nitrate SPONTANEOUSLY in air. GI tract. Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL*: Ca 3 NIOSH 7300. 7301. vis dist. Nickel catalyst Synonyms of other nickel compounds vary depending upon the specific compound.P: NA Wash skin: When contam/Daily IP: NA Remove: When wet or contam Sp. Escape: 100F/ScbaE Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh.P: 203°F §: ScbaF:Pd.01 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. ID125G See Appendix A OSHA PEL*†: TWA 1 mg/m3 [*Note: The REL and PEL do not apply to Nickel carbonyl. [carc] TO: Nasal cavities.Nickel metal and other compounds (as Ni) Formula: Ni (metal) CAS#: 7440-02-0 (metal) RTECS#: IDLH: Ca QR5950000 (metal) [10 mg/m3 (as Ni)] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Nickel metal: Elemental nickel. salv. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 58.Gr: 8.08 mmHg FRZ: -110°F Quick drench UEL: 4.Pp/SaF:Pd. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 162. N Exposure Routes. repro sys Nicotine 224 . pneu. sponge catalyst may ignite wood & other combustibles. silvery. convuls. odorless solid.7% Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. sulfur.Gr: 1. nickel Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids. abdom pain.] Physical Description: Metal: Lustrous. diarr. Ing. dizz. conf. Sp.7 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 5139°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd. skin [lung and nasal cancer] First Aid (see Table 6): Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C5H4NC4H7NCH3 54-11-5 QS5250000 5 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1654 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: 3-(1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidyl)pyridine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support lass. vomit. lungs. Ing.015 mg/m OSHA ID121.5 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Pale-yellow to dark-brown liquid with a fish-like odor when warm.2 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 482°F (Decomposes) 5 mg/m3: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl.5 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH 2544. CVS. lungs. 9102 TWA 0. Abs. inco.01 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. 7303. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Nau.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con SY: Sens derm.R. 2551 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. selenium.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam IP: 8.Pp:AScba Sol: Insoluble Eyes: N. strong acids Exposure Routes.

P: NA Wash skin: When contam ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Symptoms. RGasD: 1. methemo TO: Eyes. nose. yellow.04 VP: 34. uncon. drow.] Exposure Routes. [Note: Reacts with water to produce heat. teeth Nitric acid N Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NO 10102-43-9 QX0525000 100 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. [Note: Shipped as a nonliquefied compressed gas. but will accelerate the burning of combustible materials. resp sys. pneu.5) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid.Pp/SaF:Pd. Symptoms. White fuming nitric acid (WFNA) Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (5 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 7903 ST 4 ppm (10 mg/m ) 3 OSHA ID165SG OSHA PEL†: TWA 2 ppm (5 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless. Sol: 5% Wash skin: N.] Exposure Routes.2 atm FRZ: -263°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas. Fuming nitric acid is concentrated nitric acid that contains dissolved nitrogen dioxide.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: HNO3 7697-37-2 QU5775000 25 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.0 (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA BP: 181°F Skin: Prevent skin contact 25 ppm: Sa:Cf*/CcrFS¿/GmFS¿/ Sol: Miscible Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl. Corrosive to metals. carbon disulfide [Note: Reacts with water to form nitric acid. chlorinated hydrocarbons.5) FRZ: -44°F Quick drench (pH<2. Fl. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Fluorine. hydrogen sulfide. skin. Hydrogen nitrate. carbides. dental erosion Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. CNS Nitric oxide 225 . blood. Engravers acid. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support bron. alcohols combustible materials.R. 2031 157 (other than red fuming) Synonyms/Trade Names: Aqua fortis.R.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N. but Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Combustible materials. NH3. Red fuming nitric acid (RFNA).Pp/SaF:Pd. [Note: Often used in an aqueous solution. skin. muc memb. resp sys. Rapidly converted in air to nitrogen dioxide.R.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh SY: Irrit eyes. wet skin. IP: 9.58 mg/m3 DOT: 2032 157 (fuming). skin.Pp:AScba IP: 11.] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 30. VP: 48 mmHg Provide: Eyewash (pH<2. Nitrogen monoxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 25 ppm (30 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6014 OSHA PEL: TWA 25 ppm (30 mg/m ) OSHA ID190 Physical Description: Colorless gas.95 eV Remove: When wet or contam Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE Sp. metallic increases the flammability of powders.50 Change: N.27 eV Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE Change: N.R. ozone. throat. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.P: NA GmFS¿/Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 63. suffocating odor.Gr(77°F): 1. Ing. metals.23 mg/m3 DOT: 1660 124 Synonyms/Trade Names: Mononitrogen monoxide.Pp:AScba Remove: N. combustible materials.R. delayed pulm edema. or red. fuming liquid with an acrid. BP: -241°F 100 ppm: Sa:Cf*/CcrFS¿/PaprS*¿/ Eyes: N.

Gr: 1. 2017 OSHA PEL: TWA 1 ppm (5 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Yellow. Abs. cyan.08% 75 mg/m3: Sa:Cf* Remove: When wet or contam Fl. tacar.00002 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE MLT: 295°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. PNA Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 3 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5033 OSHA PEL†: TWA 6 mg/m (1 ppm) [skin] Physical Description: Bright yellow.20 §: ScbaF:Pd. dysp. anemia. convuls.04 mg/m3 DOT: 1662 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: Essence of mirbane. blood. Symptoms.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 123. Sol: 0. p-Nitrophenylamine. resp arrest. throat.3 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: 42°F UEL: ? LEL(200°F): 1. 4-Nitrobenzenamine. ataxia. Ing.R. CVS.42 §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp Provide: Quick drench Sp. Oil of mirbane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (5 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2005. derm. nitrogen tetroxide. liver. tachypnea. skin. in animals: Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support liver.Pp:AScba VP(77°F): 0. anemia. irrity. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.Gr: 1. methemo.1 30 mg/m3: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 630°F Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: 0. crystalline powder with a slight ammonia-like odor.N Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NO2C6H4NH2 100-01-6 BY7000000 300 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1661 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: para-Aminonitrobenzene. anoxia. strong reducers [Note: May result in spontaneous heating of organic materials in the presence of moisture. skin. Nitrobenzol. heart. oily liquid with a pungent odor like paste shoe polish. methemo. caustics.2% 50 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl. diarr. kidney damage. 4-Nitroaniline.85 eV 300 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. jaundice Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Resp sys. Abs.Pp:AScba VP: 0.] Exposure Routes.Pp/SaF:Pd. chemically-active metals such as tin or zinc Exposure Routes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 138. Ing. blood.8% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Concentrated nitric acid. liver p-Nitroaniline Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5NO2 98-95-3 DA6475000 200 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit nose. [Note: A solid below 42°F. Symptoms. kidneys.P: 390°F 150 mg/m3: ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: 8.1 10 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 411°F 25 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv* Wash skin: N. testicular effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.92 eV ScbaF/SaF 200 ppm: SaF:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. repro sys Nitrobenzene 226 .Pp Provide: Quick drench Sp.P: 190°F Change: Daily IP: 9. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. phosphorus pentachloride. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support vomit.

Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Symptoms. Abs. methemo. dizz. PNCB Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 2005 See Appendix A [skin] 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 1 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Yellow. dysp.] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: p-Nitrobiphenyl. ataxia.1003] See Appendix B Physical Description: White to yellow. Abs. unpleasant taste. repro sys [in animals: vascular & liver tumors] p-Nitrochlorobenzene 227 . liver. kidneys. repro effects.96 eV Change: Daily Sp. p-Phenylnitrobenzene. or burns with difficulty. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Blood. Ing. 4-Nitrochlorobenzene. crystalline solid with a sweetish odor. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Bladder.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5C6H4NO2 92-93-3 DV5600000 Ca [N. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Head. CVS.2 mmHg MLT: 182°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Solid that does not burn.D. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. 1-Chloro-4-nitrobenzene. blood [in animals: bladder tumors] 4-Nitrobiphenyl N Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: ClC6H4NO2 100-00-5 CZ1050000 Ca [100 mg/m3] Conversion: DOT: 1578 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: p-Chloronitrobenzene. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Anoxia.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Slight Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. needle-like. bone marrow. p-Nitrodiphenyl.P: 290°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily Sp. PCNB. 4-Chloronitrobenzene. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 157.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl.Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. alkalis First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. drow. PNB Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH P&CAM273 (II-4) See Appendix A OSHA PV2082 OSHA PEL: [1910.Gr: ? Provide: Eyewash VP: ? MLT: 237°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong reducers Exposure Routes. urinary Breath: Resp support burning. 4-Nitrodiphenyl. acute hemorrhagic cystitis.Pp/SaF:Pd. Breath: Resp support spleen.Gr: 1. kidney.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 644°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. in animals: hema. Symptoms. spleen. 4-Phenylnitrobenzene.P: 261°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: 9. methemo. anemia.52 Provide: Eyewash VP(86°F): 0. lass. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 199.6 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 468°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. crystalline solid with a sweet odor. bone marrow changes. Ing.

strong acids. Ing. Symptoms. acrid odor.8 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: C 5 ppm (9 mg/m ) NIOSH 6014 Physical Description: Yellowish-brown liquid or reddish-brown gas (above 70°F) with OSHA ID182 a pungent.Pp/SaF:Pd.75 eV Change: N. liver. pulm rales. dysp. Ing.0 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 70°F 20 ppm: Sa:Cf£/ScbaF/SaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Reacts §: ScbaF:Pd. alkalis & oxidizers. CNS. tachypnea. fruity odor.R. decr pulm func. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 75.88 eV Change: N. chlorinated hydrocarbons. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support chronic bron. edema. cough.05 VP(77°F): 21 mmHg FRZ: -130°F UEL: ? LEL: 3. cyan. narco Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support TO: Skin. ammonia [Note: Reacts with water to form nitric acid. metal oxides First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. kidneys.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. resp sys. carbon disulfide. CVS Nitrogen dioxide 228 . liver Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CH3CH2NO2 DOT: 2842 129 CAS#: 79-24-3 RTECS#: KI5600000 IDLH: 1000 ppm Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NO2 10102-44-0 QW9800000 20 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.P: NA Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE Remove: When wet or contam IP: 9.] Exposure Routes. mucoid frothy sputum. Con SY: Derm. chest pain.Nitroethane N Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. [Note: In solid form (below 15°F) it is found structurally as N2O4. throat. oily liquid with a mild.R.Gr: 1. pulm edema. kidney inj.4% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Amines.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Fl.07 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Nitroetan Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (310 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2526 OSHA PEL: TWA 100 ppm (310 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless. tacar Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. combustibles. in animals: lac. water.62 Provide: Eyewash Sp.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 237°F 1000 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 5% §: ScbaF:Pd. hydrocarbons.Pp/SaF:Pd. but will accelerate the burning of combustible materials.P: 82°F Escape: ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10. RGasD: 2. dysp. Sp.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 46.Gr: 1.88 mg/m3 DOT: 1067 124 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dinitrogen tetroxide (N2O4). Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. nose. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Combustible material. resp sys. Nitrogen peroxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: ST 1 ppm (1.44 (Liquid at 68°F) VP: 720 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: 15°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid/Gas. Symptoms.

P: NA 500 ppm: CcrFS/GmFS/PaprTS*/ Remove: N. viscous liquid or solid (below 56°F).2. [Note: An explosive ingredient in dynamite (20-40%) with ethylene glycol dinitrate (80-60%). skin irrit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CVS.R.1 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH 2507 OSHA PEL†: C 0. CNS Nitroglycerine 229 . blood. activated charcoal. RGasD: 2.3-Propanetriol trinitrate. shock.29 mg/m3 3064 127 (1-5% solution in alcohol) Synonyms/Trade Names: Glyceryl trinitrate.1% Wash skin: When contam Fl. carbon monoxide. Fl. oil. methemo. Sol: Slight 250 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprS Wash skin: N. vomit. Symptoms. acids [Note: An OSHA Class A Explosive (1910. flush.97 eV Change: N. hydrogen.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 71. Conversion: 1 ppm = 9. hydrogen sulfide. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support palp. dizz. diborane First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 227.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. cyan. Target Organs (see Table 5): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh SY: In animals: anoxia. [Note: Shipped as a nonliquefied compressed gas.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N.1 NIOSH BP: Begins to decompose at 122-140°F Skin: Prevent skin contact 1 mg/m3: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.Pp Provide: Quick drench VP: 0. ammonia. Symptoms.109). 1.R. Ing.2 ppm (2 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 43 Physical Description: Colorless to pale-yellow. CNS depres. methemo. Con SY: Throb head. head. BP: -200°F 100 ppm: CcrS/Sa Eyes: N.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NF3 7783-54-2 QX1925000 1000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.Pp:AScba FRZ: -340°F Escape: GmFS/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. delirium.P: Explodes 2. liver. nau. Trifluorammonia Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (29 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 10 ppm (29 mg/m ) None available Physical Description: Colorless gas with a moldy odor.90 mg/m3 DOT: 2451 122 Synonyms/Trade Names: Nitrogen fluoride. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. abdom pain. liver. hypotension. dizz. Trinitroglycerine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: ST 0. Abs.60 75 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. grease. NG. skin. Trifluoramine. angina.0003 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd. kidney inj TO: Blood.Pp:AScba FRZ: 56°F Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL: ? Explosive Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Heat. ozone.Pp VP: >1 atm §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd.Gr: 1. kidneys Nitrogen trifluoride N Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH2NO3CHNO3CH2NO3 55-63-0 QX2100000 75 mg/m3 DOT: 1204 127 (≤ 1% solution in alcohol).R. methane. lass.Pp/SaF:Pd. IP: 12.R. oxidizable materials.R.46 SaT:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF 1000 ppm: SaF:Pd.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf* Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: ? 5 mg/m3: SaT:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily Sp.

[carc] Breath: Resp support TO: Skin.08 eV Change: N.50 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Nitrocarbol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 100 ppm (250 mg/m ) NIOSH 2527 Physical Description: Colorless.2 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. alkalis & oxidizers.Nitromethane N Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.Gr: 1. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit skin. Symptoms.] 230 . Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd.R. resp sys. convuls. resp sys [bladder cancer] Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: C10H7NO2 DOT: 2538 133 CAS#: 581-89-5 RTECS#: QJ9760000 IDLH: Ca [N. Sp. strong acids. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 178.0 OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 214°F 750 ppm: Sa:Cf£/ScbaF/SaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 10% §: ScbaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 61. oily liquid with a disagreeable odor. tin chlorides. liver Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CH3NO2 DOT: 1261 129 CAS#: 75-52-5 RTECS#: PA9800000 IDLH: 750 ppm 2-Nitronaphthalene Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: β-Nitronaphthalene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca* (see Table 1): See Appendix A None available [*Note: Since metabolized to β-Naphthylamine. derm. Ing. metallic oxides [Note: Slowly corrodes steel & copper when wet. thiocyanates. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ing. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Derm. narco.P: 95°F Escape: ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 11. Abs. sodium hypophosphite Exposure Routes. esters.] OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless solid.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. resp sys.Gr: ? VP: ? Quick drench MLT: 174°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: For “Nitrates” in general: Aluminum. CNS.Pp/SaF:Pd.P: ? Change: Daily IP: 8. skin.3% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Amines.14 VP: 28 mmHg FRZ: -20°F UEL: ? LEL: 7. hydrocarbons & other combustible materials.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Fl. liver damage Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: Insoluble Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Symptoms. cyanides. phosphorus.67 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp. in animals: irrit eyes.D.

hydrocarbons & other combustible materials.2% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Amines.6% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Amines.99 VP: 13 mmHg FRZ: -135°F UEL: 11. strong acids. metal oxides. nau.64 mg/m3 DOT: 2608 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dimethylnitromethane. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. 1-NP Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 25 ppm (90 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA 46 OSHA PEL: TWA 25 ppm (90 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a somewhat disagreeable odor.1 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. anor. liver. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. head. 46 OSHA PEL†: TWA 25 ppm (90 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pleasant.R. strong acids. vomit. in animals: liver. skin. CNS.Gr: 1. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 89. CNS. alkalis & oxidizers.R. Ing. liver damage.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 249°F Escape: ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: 2% Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.R. kidneys Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CH3CH2CH2NO2 DOT: 2608 129 CAS#: 108-03-2 RTECS#: TZ5075000 IDLH: 1000 ppm N Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)2CH(NO2) 79-46-9 TZ5250000 Ca [100 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. 2-NP Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 2528 See Appendix A 3 OSHA 15. Fl. fruity odor.1-Nitropropane Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.R.Pp:AScba Change: N. [carc] TO: Eyes. kidney damage Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Sp. metal oxides First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.0% LEL: 2. Symptoms.P: 96°F 1000 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10.Gr: 0. diarr. head. kidneys.00 Escape: ScbaE VP: 8 mmHg FRZ: -162°F UEL: ? LEL: 2. resp sys. diarr. BP: 269°F 250 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 1% 625 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: N. combustible materials Exposure Routes.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N. IP: 10. Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support kidney.P: 75°F Change: N. liver [in animals: liver tumors] Swallow: Medical attention immed 2-Nitropropane 231 .64 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Nitropropane. nose. Ing. vomit. Symptoms. alkalis & oxidizers. skin.Pp/SaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 89.81 eV §: ScbaF:Pd.71 eV Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd. nau. resp sys. iso-Nitropropane.

enlarged liver. ataxia.Gr: 1.1016] See Appendix B OSHA 38 Physical Description: Yellow. vomit.05% 100 ppm: SaT:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl.Pp/SaF:Pd.P: ? See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily IP: 8. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Liver. Ing. characteristic odor.1 mmHg FRZ: 59°F UEL: ? LEL: 1.69 eV Provide: Eyewash Sp.P: 223°F 200 ppm: SaF:Pd. kidney.N CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 62-75-9 IQ0525000 Ca [N.005 VP: 3 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers [Note: Should be stored in dark bottles.16 Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE VP: 0. 3-Nitrotoluene Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (11 mg/m3) [skin] 3 NIOSH 2005 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (30 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Yellow liquid with a weak. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Nau. CNS.R. fever. abdom cramps. N. nau. sulfuric acid First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. lung.1 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. IP: 9.N-dimethylamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): NIOSH 2522 See Appendix A OSHA PEL: [1910.] Exposure Routes. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support jaun.48 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. head. Abs.6% Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.Pp:AScba Sp. dizz.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 137. meta-Nitrotoluene. dysp. aromatic odor. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.Gr: 1. NDMA.61 mg/m DOT: 1664 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: m-Methylnitrobenzene. kidney.] (CH3)2N2O Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dimethylnitrosamine. GI tract Swallow: Medical attention immed m-Nitrotoluene 3 232 . N-Methyl-N-nitroso-methanamine.N-Dimethylnitrosamine. N-Nitroso-N.Pp Change: N. tacar.lungs [in animals.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 306°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: Soluble Remove: When wet or contam Fl. 3-Methylnitrobenzene. cyan. lass. CVS. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Anoxia. oily liquid with a faint. decr liver. head.D. vomit Breath: Resp support TO: Blood. liver & nasal cavity tumors] N-Nitrosodimethylamine Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NO2C6H4CH3 99-08-1 XT2975000 200 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. Symptoms. diarr. Ing. skin. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 74. [Note: A solid below 59°F. pulm func. DMNA. kidneys. Symptoms. Abs.1 20 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 450°F 50 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.

1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 432°F 20 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.1 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE FRZ: 25°F UEL: ? LEL: 2. Abs. ataxia.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 137.61 mg/m3 DOT: 1664 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: p-Methylnitrobenzene. lass. aromatic odor.Pp:AScba VP: 0.6% Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Breath: Resp support vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Blood. CVS. ortho-Nitrotoluene.2% Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. GI tract Swallow: Medical attention immed o-Nitrotoluene N Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NO2C6H4CH3 99-99-0 XT3325000 200 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. Symptoms. 4-Methylnitrobenzene.43 eV 200 ppm: SaF:Pd. head. lass. tacar.1 mmHg MLT: 126°F UEL: ? LEL: 1. vomit Breath: Resp support TO: Blood.04% 100 ppm: SaT:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Ing.16 §: ScbaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.P: 223°F 200 ppm: SaF:Pd.Pp Change: N. dysp.P: 223°F 100 ppm: SaT:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: 9. Abs. Symptoms. 4-Nitrotoluene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (11 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (30 mg/m ) [skin] NIOSH 2005 Physical Description: Crystalline solid with a weak.07% 50 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Fl. CNS. CNS. CVS. Sp. cyan. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Anoxia. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.R. para-Nitrotoluene. sulfuric acid First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.12 Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE VP: 0. skin.Gr: 1. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Anoxia.Pp Change: Daily IP: 9.1 20 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 460°F 50 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. dizz. tacar. ataxia. aromatic odor. 2-Nitrotoluene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (11 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2005 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (30 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Yellow liquid with a weak.Gr: 1. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 137. 2-Methylnitrobenzene. dizz. skin.Pp/SaF:Pd.61 mg/m3 DOT: 1664 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: o-Methylnitrobenzene. [Note: A solid below 25°F.50 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. dysp. sulfuric acid Exposure Routes.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NO2C6H4CH3 88-72-2 XT3150000 200 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. head. cyan. GI tract p-Nitrotoluene 233 . Ing. nau.Pp/SaF:Pd. nau.Pp:AScba Sp.

Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.8% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (e.53 Provide: Frostbite wash VP: 51.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 44. phosphine.9% LEL: 0. 6600 [*Note: REL for exposure to waste anesthetic gas. peroxides. resp sys. RGasD: 1. perchlorates) Exposure Routes. Fl. CNS Nonane 234 .R.P: 88°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10.D. Symptoms. Nonyl hydride Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (1050 mg/m3) OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a gasoline-like odor. asphy. skin. but supports combustion at elevated temperatures.R.R. Eyes: Frostbite Sol(77°F): 0. Breath: Resp support tremor. Con (liquid) Skin: Frostbite SY: Dysp. IP: 12. [inhalation anesthetic] [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh. drow. liquid: frostbite Breath: Fresh air TO: Resp sys. 2201 122 (refrigerated liquid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Dinitrogen monoxide.Gr: 0. conf. hydrazine.N CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 10024-97-2 QX1350000 N. Sp.0 Skin: Frostbite BP: -127°F Not available. nau. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Aluminum. BP: 303°F Not available.D. N2O Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.P: NA Remove: N. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 128. inco.. skin. throat.80 mg/m3 DOT: 1070 122.89 eV Change: N.g.3 atm FRZ: -132°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas. boron. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.R.1% Wash skin: N.72 Provide: Eyewash VP: 3 mmHg FRZ: -60°F UEL: 2. head. nose. dizz.21 eV Change: N.R. sodium Exposure Routes. head. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: Daily Fl. nitrates. CNS. lithium hydride. repro effects. Laughing gas Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: TWA 25 ppm (46 mg/m3) (TWA over the time exposed) (see Table 1): NIOSH 3800. Ing. drow. Symptoms.3 Skin: N. repro sys Nitrous oxide Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3(CH2)7CH3 111-84-2 RA6115000 N. chemical pneu (aspir liquid) Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Hyponitrous acid anhydride.25 mg/m3 DOT: 1920 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: n-Nonane.] OSHA ID166 OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless gas with a slightly sweet odor.

nose.00 VP: <1 mmHg MLT: 365°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.D.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl. strong acids & bases. liver Swallow: Medical attention immed Octachloronaphthalene O 235 .Pp:AScba Sol: Insoluble Remove: When wet or contam Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl.7. Abs.Gr: ? Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: ? FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. Symptoms.2.6.3 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL: none None available Physical Description: Liquid. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Acne-form derm. Ing. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 160. skin. IP: ? ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Perchloronaphthalene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.8-Octachloronaphthalene.5 ppm (3.Pp/SaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 403. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.P: NA Change: Daily IP: ? See Appendix F Sp.5.R. n-Nonyl mercaptan.7 1 mg/m3: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 770°F Wash skin: When contam/Daily §: ScbaF:Pd.3 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? 12. reducing agents. lass.Gr: 2. liver damage. incr respiration.4. CNS 1-Nonanethiol Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10Cl8 2234-13-1 QK0250000 See Appendix F Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Halowax® 1051.56 mg/m3 DOT: 1228 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Mercaptononane. throat. alkali metals Exposure Routes. cyan. pale-yellow solid with an aromatic odor. Nonylthiol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0. resp sys.1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S97 (II-2) ST 0.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 1455-21-6 N. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support drow.1 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Waxy. Symptoms. Ing. skin. nau.Pp:AScba Sp.3 mg/m [skin] 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. blood.P: ? Change: N. 1. CH3(CH2)8SH Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. head.3. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. jaun Breath: Resp support TO: Skin.

IP: 9.2 750 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 258°F 1000 ppm: Sa:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Sol(77°F): 0. derm. dizz. normal-Octane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 75 ppm (350 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1500 C 385 ppm (1800 mg/m ) [15-minute] 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 500 ppm (2350 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a gasoline-like odor. skin. nose.Pp:AScba Sp. chemical pneu (aspir liquid). Octadecyl mercaptan.0% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. CNS. drow. Symptoms.70 VP: 10 mmHg FRZ: -70°F UEL: 6. Ing. skin.9 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL: none None available Physical Description: Solid or liquid (above 77°F).D. Stearyl mercaptan Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0. lass. CNS Octane 236 . Con SY: Irrit eyes. skin.82 eV Sp.P: 56°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. Breath: Resp support in animals: narco Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.85 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: ? MLT: 77°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. alkali metals Exposure Routes. strong acids & bases. cyan. head.Pp/SaF:Pd.R. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 114. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.72 mg/m3 DOT: 1228 131 (liquid) Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Mercaptooctadecane. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 286.5% LEL: 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Gr: 0.Pp/SaF:Pd.00007% §: ScbaF:Pd.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl.67 mg/m3 DOT: 1262 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: n-Octane. reducing agents.Gr: 0.6 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? 12. resp sys. resp sys.P: ? Change: Daily IP: ? ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. resp sys. blood Swallow: Medical attention immed 1-Octadecanethiol O Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3[CH2]6CH3 111-65-9 RG8400000 1000 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. nau. Symptoms. Ing. CH3(CH2)17SH Conversion: 1 ppm = 11. Abs.5 ppm (5.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 2885-00-9 N. convuls Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.

Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 146. Paraffin oil mist. lass. skin. resp sys 237 .5 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl.Pp VP: <0. 5524 ST 10 mg/m 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 mg/m Physical Description: Colorless.Gr: 0. [Note: Has an odor like burned lubricating oil. skin. Ing. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 111-88-6 N. Octylthiol. skin. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support drow. nau. nose.5 ppm (3.Gr: 0. CH3(CH2)7SH Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.Pp/SaF:Pd.R. IP: ? ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Symptoms.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: Varies 50 mg/m3: 100XQ/Sa Eyes: N. n-Octyl mercaptan. cyan. throat.Pp:AScba FRZ: 0°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes.84 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP(212°F): 3 mmHg FRZ: -57°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. strong acids & bases.3 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 390°F 12.D.P(oc): 115°F Change: N. White mineral oil mist Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 3 NIOSH 5026. alkali metals Exposure Routes. incr respiration. reducing agents. BP: 680°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 125 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Skin: Soap wash ER: Inh.P(oc): 380°F 250 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Change: Daily IP: ? ScbaF/SaF Sp.Pp:AScba Sp. CNS 1-Octanethiol Oil mist (mineral) Formula: CAS#: 8012-95-1 RTECS#: PY8030000 IDLH: 2500 mg/m3 O Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Heavy mineral oil mist. resp sys TO: Eyes.98 mg/m3 DOT: 1228 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Mercaptooctane. oily liquid aerosol dispersed in air.R. 1-Octylthiol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0. skin. head. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. resp sys. blood.Pp/SaF:Pd. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.90 2500 mg/m3: Sa:Pd.0 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): NIOSH 2510 OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Water-white liquid with a mild odor.

Symptoms.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash VP: 7 mmHg Escape: GmFS100/ScbaE MLT: 105°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Hydrochloric acid.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.60 eV 1 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.Gr: 5.006 mg/m (0. cyan. Osmium oxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. convuls. eye burns.90 §: ScbaF:Pd. collapse. [Note: A liquid above 105°F.002 mg/m Physical Description: Colorless. skin. Skin: Water flush prompt Breath: Resp support shock. resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd.P: NA ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: 12.P: ? 50 mg/m3: 100F/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 500 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.2 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 266°F 0. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.O Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: OsO4 20816-12-0 RN1140000 1 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 10. cough.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 254. resp sys.0006 ppm) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. chlorine-like odor. easily oxidized organic materials [Note: Begins to sublime below BP. head.0002 ppm) (see Table 1): 3 None available ST 0. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin.40 mg/m3 DOT: 2471 154 Synonyms/Trade Names: Osmic acid anhydride. Symptoms. Contact with other materials may cause fire.001 mmHg Escape: 100F/ScbaE MLT: 215°F (Sublimes) UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. vis dist.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 126.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Sublimes 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/PaprHie£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 14% Wash skin: When contam Fl. white solid. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.002 mg/m3 (0. derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. local pain.] Exposure Routes. strong alkalis. Oxalic acid dihydrate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 3 None available ST 2 mg/m 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1 mg/m Physical Description: Colorless.Pp/SaF:Pd. muc memb. skin.10 §: ScbaF:Pd. conj. acrid. chlorites [Note: Gives off water of crystallization at 215°F and begins to sublime.Pp Change: Daily Sp. kidneys Oxalic acid 238 .Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash VP: <0.Gr: 1. odorless powder or granular solid. [Note: The anhydrous form (COOH)2 is an odorless. Ing. Ing. Oxalic acid (aqueous). dysp. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Osmium tetroxide Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: HOOCCOOH×2H2O 144-62-7 RO2450000 500 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethanedioic acid.Pp Change: Daily Sp.1 mg/m3: CcrFS100/GmFS100/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 6% Wash skin: When contam Fl. lac. silver compounds. crystalline solid or pale-yellow mass with an unpleasant.

5 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. hydrogen sulfide.R.1 ppm (0.] Exposure Routes. skin.Pp/SaF:Pd.2 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA ID214 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0.Pp:AScba VP: >1 atm Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE FRZ: -315°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas.R. muc memb. resp sys Oxygen difluoride O Ozone Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Combustible materials. skin burns Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support (from contact with the gas under pressure) TO: Eyes.05 ppm (0.11 eV Change: N.1 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. RGasD: 1.R. metal oxides. resp sys. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 48. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Medical attention ER: Inh. platinum.21 mg/m3 DOT: 2190 124 Synonyms/Trade Names: Difluorine monoxide. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: All oxidizable materials (both organic & inorganic) First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.Pp/SaF:Pd.P: NA 5 ppm: CcrFS¿/GmFS¿/SaT:Cf/ Remove: N.1 mg/m ) None available Physical Description: Colorless gas with a peculiar. [Note: Shipped as a nonliquefied compressed gas. Sol: 0.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: OF2 7783-41-7 RS2100000 0. pulm edema.52 eV Change: N.88 VP: >1 atm FRZ: -371°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas. IP: 12. Sol(32°F): 0. iodine. chronic resp disease TO: Eyes. Symptoms. RGasD: 1. chlorine. pulm edema.02% §: ScbaF:Pd.R.R.001% 2.05 ppm (0. Con Breath: Fresh air. Fl.5 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: N. IP: 13.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N.P: NA Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE Remove: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Fluorine monoxide. resp sys Formula: O3 DOT: CAS#: 10028-15-6 RTECS#: RS8225000 IDLH: 5 ppm 239 .1 ppm (0.R. eye.R. but a strong oxidizer. Symptoms.R. hydrocarbons. Oxygen fluoride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0. BP: -230°F 0.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N. foul odor.2 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless to blue gas with a very pungent odor.R. moist air.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprS¿ Wash skin: N. head. 100% O2 SY: Irrit eyes. but a powerful oxidizer. bromine. Fl.66 ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. BP: -169°F 1 ppm: CcrS¿/Sa Eyes: N.96 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Triatomic oxygen Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0.R. water [Note: Reacts very slowly with water to form hydrofluoric acid.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 54.Pp:AScba Wash skin: N.

1'-Dimethyl-4. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N.] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 257.4-bipyridinium ion). Con SY: Irrit eyes. GI tract Paraquat (Paraquat dichloride) 240 . nau TO: Eyes. kidneys. C36H74).P: NA Sa*/ScbaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd.5 mg/m (resp) [skin] Physical Description: Yellow solid with a faint.R. the commercial product is the dichloride salt of paraquat. IP: ? Change: N.4'-bipyridinium dichloride. derm. Ing. resp sys.R.N'-Dimethyl-4. irrit GI tract. skin. fingernail Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support damage.D.] Exposure Routes. Paraffin scale fume Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 mg/m3 (see Table 1): OSHA PV2047 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Paraffin wax is a white to slightly yellowish. nose.92 VP: ? MLT: 115-154°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes.4'-bipyridinium dichloride. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd. heart. Sp.P: 390°F Remove: N. N. Paraquat dichloride [Note: Paraquat is a cation (C12H14N2++.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes 1 mg/m3: CcrOv95*/PaprOvHie*/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl. epis.1 mg/m3 (resp) [skin] 3 NIOSH 5003 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. resp sys. heart. ammonia-like odor.Gr: 1.24 Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Provide: Quick drench VP: <0.R. Con Breath: Resp support SY: Irrit eyes.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. odorless solid. [herbicide] [Note: Paraquat may also be found commercially as a methyl sulfate salt C12H14N2×2CH3SO4. skin. Paraquat chloride.Pp:AScba Change: N. resp sys Paraffin wax fume P CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 1910-42-5 DW2275000 1 mg/m3 CH3(C5H4N)2CH3×2Cl Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1.88-0. liver. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Paraffin fume. [Note: Consists of a mixture of high molecular weight hydrocarbons (e. Abs.Gr: 0.1-Dimethyl-4. skin. Fl.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CnH2n+2 8002-74-2 RV0350000 N. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 350-420 Skin: N. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.R. skin.0000001 mmHg MLT: 572°F (Decomposes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Decomposes in presence of ultraviolet light. alkylaryl-sulfonate wetting agents [Note: Corrosive to metals. throat. Symptoms. BP: ? Not available.g. 1. Sp. Symptoms. liver.R. discomfort..

Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (C2H5O)2P(S)OC6H4NO2 56-38-2 TF4550000 10 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 2783 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: O. upper resp sys TO: Eyes. Diethyl parathion. salv. miosis. Symptoms. anor.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m3 (total) NIOSH 0500.Pp:AScba Quick drench FRZ: 43°F Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.5 mg/m3: CcrOv95/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 707°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.1 mg/m [skin] OSHA 62 Physical Description: Pale-yellow to dark-brown liquid with a garlic-like odor.R. Wash skin: N.R.R. wheez. lass. resp sys.3 0. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m3 (resp) Physical Description: Dusts from solid substances without specific occupational exposure standards. rhin. cyan. skin. Change: N. Abs. lar Skin: Soap wash immed spasm. chest tight.Gr: 1. Symptoms.25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprOvHie Remove: When wet or contam Fl. convuls.27 10 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. Parathion-ethyl Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. resp sys. Not available. skin. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes. low BP.001% 1. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes. card irreg TO: Eyes. conf. abdom cramps.O-Diethyl-O(p-nitrophenyl) phosphorothioate. specific solid. Ing. para. CVS.Pp/SaF:Pd.5 mg/m3: CcrFOv100/SaT:Cf/ Change: Daily IP: ? PaprTOvHie/ScbaF/SaF Provide: Eyewash Sp. dizz. vomit. diarr. P Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: ”Inert” dusts. Remove: N.P(oc): 392°F 2. [Note: A solid below 43°F.D. blood chol Parathion Particulates not otherwise regulated Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: N.R. PNOR [Note: Includes all inert or nuisance dusts. alkaline materials First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.1000. skin. musc Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed fasc. throat. head.Pp VP: 0. Pesticide that may be absorbed on a dry carrier.00004 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd. skin. whether mineral.05 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.R. resp sys 241 . Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties vary depending upon the Skin: N. Ethyl parathion. Eyes: N. nau. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. sweat. CNS. Con SY: Irrit eyes.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 291. Nuisance dusts. ataxia. coma. not listed specifically in 1910. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. inorganic.

Pentalin Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Handle with care in the workplace.05% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Sp. skin. skin. CNS. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. tonic spasm face. Ing. Ing.03 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0.P: 86°F 1 ppm: Sa:Pd.90 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. abdom. dizz.005 ppm (0.3 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 322°F Not available. skin.62 Escape: GmFS/ScbaE VP: 171 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -52°F UEL: ? LEL: 0. Corrosive to natural rubber. lass. halogenated hydrocarbons [Note: May ignite SPONTANEOUSLY in moist air. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. water.Gr: 0. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 63.42% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. restless. neck. inco. limbs Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Gr: 1.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd.005 ppm (0.] Exposure Routes. head.58 mg/m3 DOT: 1380 135 Synonyms/Trade Names: Pentaboron nonahydride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.1 0.D. liver. Reaction with alkalis & metals produces spontaneously explosive chloroacetylenes.125 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: When contam Sol: Reacts 0. drow.28 eV Change: N. resp sys.68 Provide: Eyewash VP: 3 mmHg FRZ: -20°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: (Sodium-potassium alloy + bromoform). convuls.05 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 140°F 0. Symptoms.01 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pungent odor like sour milk. Abs. Conversion: DOT: 1669 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethane pentachloride.R. kidney. metals. water [Note: Hydrolysis produces dichloroacetic acid. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. irreg respiration. liver. (see Table 1): NIOSH 2517 See Appendix C (Chloroethanes) OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a sweetish.R.01 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 None available ST 0. skin.Pp Change: N. CNS Pentaborane P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CHCl2CCl3 76-01-7 KI6300000 N. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: In animals: irrit eyes.] Exposure Routes. IP: 9. kidneys Pentachloroethane 242 . tremor. lung changes Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Symptoms. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 202.25 ppm: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. alkalis. Hydrolyzes slowly with heat in water to form boric acid.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: B5H9 19624-22-7 RY8925000 1 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. Breath: Resp support behavioral changes.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: 11. halogens.015 ppm (0. Breath: Resp support musc inco. chloroform-like odor.

Penta. throat.3. Ing. 2.4. head. dizz. acne-form skin eruptions. lass. liver nec Swallow: Medical Attention immed TO: Skin. dysp. CVS.67 See Appendix F VP: <1 mmHg MLT: 248°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Head. anor. Symptoms. liver. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. vomit. cough. Abs.Pp/SaF:Pd. alkalis Exposure Routes.Pp/SaF:Pd. high fever. low-wgt.5 mg/m3: CcrOv95*/PaprOvHie*/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 588°F (Decomposes) Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0.001% Sa*/ScbaF Remove: When wet or contam §: ScbaF:Pd.5. derm Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.4 5 mg/m3: Sa*/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 636°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 1. CNS Pentachloronaphthalene Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6Cl5OH 87-86-5 SM6300000 2. Skin: Soap prompt/molten flush immed Breath: Resp support jaun. Ing. acids. CNS Pentachlorophenol P 243 . lass.P: NA Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Change: Daily IP: ? Sp.Pp:AScba Fl.5 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S96 (II-2) OSHA PEL: TWA 0.5-Pentachloronaphthalene Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.98 VP(77°F): 0.4.5 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 3155 154 Synonyms/Trade Names: PCP. nose.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H3Cl5 1321-64-8 QK0300000 See Appendix F Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Halowax® 1013. nau.2.5 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Pale-yellow or white solid or powder with an aromatic odor. [fungicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 266. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 300.5 mg/m [skin] NIOSH 5512 Physical Description: Colorless to white.3. anor. dizz.6-Pentachlorophenol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Abs. pruritus.Gr: 1.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl. skin.0001 mmHg Quick drench MLT: 374°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Symptoms.4 2.5 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. kidneys.P: NA Change: Daily Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE IP: NA Provide: Eyewash Sp. crystalline solid with a benzene-like odor. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. chest pain. sneez. Skin: Soap wash immed sweat. resp sys. liver.

R. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2. [Note: A gas above 97°F. Symptoms. skin. [Note: Technical grade is 88% monopentaerythritol & 12% dipentaerythritol. resp sys Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes. in animals: narco Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.2 Skin: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. crystalline. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 136. PE. Ing. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Colorless to white.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 72. Sol(59°F): 6% Wash skin: N.5% Class IA Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. oxidizers [Note: Explosive compound is formed when a mixture of PE & thiophosphoryl chloride is heated. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Pentaerythritol Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3[CH2]3CH3 109-66-0 RZ9450000 1500 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.R. Sp.38 VP: 0. nose. derm.R. chemical pneu (aspir liquid). Fl. Tetramethylolmethane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500. Eyes: N. Tetrahydroxymethylolmethane.Gr: 0.P: ? Remove: N. Con Skin: Water wash SY: Irrit eyes.R.2-bis(Hydroxymethyl)-1.D. Con Skin: Water wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.8% LEL: 1.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 97°F 1200 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. normal-Pentane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 120 ppm (350 mg/m3) NIOSH 1500 C 610 ppm (1800 mg/m3) [15-minute] OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1000 ppm (2950 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a gasoline-like odor. Symptoms.P: -57°F §: ScbaF:Pd. Breath: Resp support drow. May be utilized as a fuel.Pp/SaF:Pd. Monopentaerythritol.3-propanediol.63 VP: 420 mmHg FRZ: -202°F UEL: 7.00000008 mmHg MLT: 500°F (Sublimes) UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Organic acids. resp sys.04% 1500 ppm: Sa:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Fl.34 eV Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. odorless powder. CNS n-Pentane 3 244 .] Exposure Routes.Gr: 1.R.R. IP: ? Change: N. Methane tetramethylol. Ing.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10. BP: Sublimes Not available.95 mg/m DOT: 1265 128 Synonyms/Trade Names: Pentane. Sp.P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C(CH2OH)4 115-77-5 RZ2490000 N.

Methyl propyl ketone. muc memb.Pp:AScba Sp. concentrated nitric acid Exposure Routes. throat.1 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL: none None available Physical Description: Water-white to yellowish liquid with a strong.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin sens Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. nose. Con Skin: Water flush SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys. Ing.D. Amyl mercaptan. coma Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. resp sys. head. nau.Pp/SaF:Pd. Pentyl mercaptan Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0.P(oc): 65°F Change: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. alkali metals. IP: ? ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.1 1500 ppm: CcrOv*/PaprOv*/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 215°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 6% Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd.52 mg/m3 DOT: 1249 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethyl acetone. vomit.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. garlic-like odor.2% LEL: 1. CNS 1-Pentanethiol Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COCH2CH2CH3 107-87-9 SA7875000 1500 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. skin. bromine trifluoride Exposure Routes. derm.Gr: 0. 2555 OSHA PEL†: TWA 200 ppm (700 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless to water-white liquid with a characteristic acetone-like odor. dizz. Symptoms. resp sys.P: 45°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. IP: 9. skin.26 mg/m3 DOT: 1111 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: Amyl hydrosulfide. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support diarr. derm.R.39 eV Sp. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 104.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. skin. calcium hypochlorite.5 ppm (2. Symptoms.84 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP(77°F): 14 mmHg FRZ: -104°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers.Gr: 0. CH3(CH2)4SH Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.R. Ing. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 86. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed 2-Pentanone P 245 . Con SY: Irrit eyes.81 VP: 27 mmHg FRZ: -108°F UEL: 8.2 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 260°F 12. head. Amyl sulfhydrate.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 110-66-7 SA3150000 N. reducing agents. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.5% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. narco. MPK Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 150 ppm (530 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1300. skin.

Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 185.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 594-42-3 PB0370000 10 ppm Cl3CSCl Conversion: 1 ppm = 7. pallor. oily liquid with an unbearable. nose.06% 75 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: N. Ing.9 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 297°F (Decomposes) 1 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble 2. Abs. liver. throat. anoxia TO: Skin. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Combustibles.8 mg/m ) None available Physical Description: Pale-yellow. Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support lass. anuria. reducing agents. deep breath pain. sweet odor.Pp:AScba FRZ: ? Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid.R.8 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. pneu. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. acrid odor.69 SaT:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF 10 ppm: SaF:Pd. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. Sp. Trichloromethane sulfenyl chloride. in animals: methemo. amines.60 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. skin. dysp.Pp VP: 3 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd. but will support combustion. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Pp:AScba Change: N.5 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv* Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: NA 5 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.R.1 ppm (0. kidneys Perchloromethyl mercaptan P CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 7616-94-6 SD1925000 100 ppm ClO3F Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. Con (liquid) Eye: Frostbite SY: Irrit resp sys. water [Note: Corrosive to most metals. cyan. blood Perchloryl fluoride 246 . acidosis. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.5 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a characteristic.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. vomit. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkalis. liquid: frostbite. hot iron. liver.64 Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE Provide: Frostbite wash VP: 10. Trichloromethyl sulfur chloride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. lac. cough.1 ppm (0.P: NA 100 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: N.Gr: 1. finely divided metals. head. Symptoms. PMM. Forms HCl.19 mg/m3 DOT: 3083 124 Synonyms/Trade Names: Chlorine fluoride oxide. RGasD: 3. sulfur & CO2 on contact with water.60 mg/m3 DOT: 1670 157 Synonyms/Trade Names: PCM. resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd.5 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Frostbite BP: -52°F 30 ppm: Sa Eyes: Frostbite Sol: 0. Symptoms. Trioxychlorofluoride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 3 ppm (14 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 None available ST 6 ppm (28 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 3 ppm (13. dizz.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 102.R. skin. resp sys. amines. Fl.R. Chlorine oxyfluoride. Breath: Resp support coarse rales. IP: 13. tacar. alcohols Exposure Routes.5 atm FRZ: -234°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas. strong bases. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. but will support combustion. pulm edema.Pp/SaF:Pd.

Perlite Formula: CAS#: 93763-70-3 RTECS#: SD5254000 IDLH: N. light-gray to glassy-black solid. nau.2 .0. [Note: A mixture of paraffins (C5 to C13) that may contain a small amount of aromatic hydrocarbons.R. throat. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.1% Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. Ing.P: -40 to -86°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. nose.05 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Aliphatic petroleum naphtha. dizz. skin. resp sys.R. drow.3 (expanded) VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: >2000°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. Rubber solvent Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 350 mg/m3 3 NIOSH 1550 C 1800 mg/m [15-minute] OSHA PEL†: TWA 500 ppm (2000 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a gasoline.R. Fl. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Expanded perlite [Note: An amorphous material consisting of fused sodium potassium aluminum silicate. skin.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 99 (approx) 850 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 86-460°F 1100 ppm: Sa:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble §: ScbaF:Pd.P: NA Remove: N.66 VP: 40 mmHg (approx) FRZ: -99°F UEL: 5.R.D.05 . Symptoms. Petroleum naphtha.or kerosene-like odor.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: varies Skin: N. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. IP: ? Sp. [Note: Expanded perlite is a fluffy.63-0. Sp. white particulate.9% LEL: 1. resp sys Petroleum distillates (naphtha) Formula: CAS#: 8002-05-9 RTECS#: SE7449000 IDLH: 1100 ppm [10%LEL] P Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. head. Eyes: N. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Odorless. BP: ? Not available. dry cracked Breath: Resp support skin. Symptoms.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500. Sol: <1% Wash skin: N. chemical pneu (aspir liquid) Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.R.R.2. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.4 (crude) 0. CNS 247 .Gr: 2. throat. upper resp sys TO: Eyes.Gr: 0. skin. IP: NA Change: N.

skin. acrid odor. hemolytic anemia. reddening skin. CVS. nose. derm.85 mg/m3 DOT: 1671 153 (solid). Hydroxybenzene.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp.Gr: ? VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 365°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid. Con SY: Irrit eyes.Gr: 1. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. Symptoms. liver. Ing. irrit.4 mmHg Quick drench MLT: 109°F UEL: 8. 2312 153 (molten). anor. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.06 Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE VP: 0.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. Fenothiazine. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Itching. but not a high fire risk. crystalline solid with a sweet. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. Symptoms.6 ppm (60 mg/m ) [15-minute] 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 ppm (19 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 32 Physical Description: Colorless to light-pink. tacar. tremor. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 199. pain.1 50 ppm: CcrOv95/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 359°F 125 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOvHie Wash skin: When contam Sol(77°F): 9% 250 ppm: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl.3 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 700°F Not available.R. S(C6H4)2NH Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dibenzothiazine.6% LEL: 1. kidney damage. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. liver. [Note: Phenol liquefies by mixing with about 8% water. Monohydroxybenzene. twitch TO: Eyes. hepatitis. aluminum chloride.Pp/SaF:Pd. calcium hypochlorite. low-wgt.50 eV PaprTOvHie/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. resp sys. Swallow: Medical attention immed ochronosis. Abs. skin burns.P: 175°F Change: Daily IP: 8. Abs. Phenyl alcohol. Ing. kidneys Phenol CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 92-84-2 SN5075000 N.P CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 108-95-2 SJ3325000 250 ppm C6H5OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. liver. 2821 153 (solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbolic acid. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support dark urine. lass.D.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 94. convuls. skin photo sens Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Skin. kidney damage. Eyes: N. Thiodiphenylamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA PV2048 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Grayish-green to greenish-yellow solid. cyan.8% Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. kidneys Phenothiazine 248 . Breath: Resp support abdom cramps. Phenyl hydroxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (19 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2546 C 15. throat. musc ache. acids Exposure Routes.

bronchial asthma. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 108.89 eV §: ScbaF:Pd.96 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Diphenyl ether. nose. larynx.Pp Change: Daily IP: 6.4-Phenylene diamine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0.0% LEL: 0.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4(NH2)2 106-50-3 SS8050000 25 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1673 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: 4-Aminoaniline. Diphenyl oxide. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. sens derm Skin: Soap wash prompt TO: Resp sys.Pp Change: N. Phenoxy benzene. p-Diaminobenzene. crystalline solid. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.Gr: ? Escape: GmFS100/ScbaE VP: <1 mmHg MLT: 295°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. resp sys Phenyl ether (vapor) P 249 . Symptoms.7% Combustible Solid Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. 1.Pp/SaF:Pd.2 25 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOvHie£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 498°F 50 ppm: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble Remove: When wet or contam Fl.Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Phenyl oxide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (7 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1617 OSHA PEL: TWA 1 ppm (7 mg/m ) OSHA PV2022 Physical Description: Colorless. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit pharynx.P: 239°F ScbaF/SaF 100 ppm: SaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Sp. skin. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 170.09 eV §: ScbaF:Pd.1 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: White to slightly red.P: 312°F 25 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. Symptoms. 1.Pp:AScba Sp.08 Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE VP(77°F): 0.4-Diaminobenzene. crystalline solid or liquid (above 82°F) with a geranium-like odor.4-Benzenediamine.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 513°F Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol(75°F): 4% 5 mg/m3: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl. nau Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. skin Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed p-Phenylene diamine Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5OC6H5 101-84-8 KN8970000 100 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 6.R. 1.02 mmHg MLT: 82°F UEL: 6. Ing.1 mg/m3 [skin] 3 OSHA 87 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. Abs.Gr: 1. IP: 8.2 2. skin.

Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 473°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. Symptoms. skin sens. PGE. Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support repro effects.Gr: 1. narco.11 VP: 0.Gr(77°F): 1. resp sys Phenyl ether-biphenyl mixture (vapor) P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C9H10O2 122-60-1 TZ3675000 Ca [100 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. Dowtherm® A Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (7 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 1 ppm (7 mg/m ) NIOSH 2013 Physical Description: Colorless to straw-colored liquid or solid (below 54°F) with a disagreeable.Pp/SaF:Pd.01 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: 38°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. strong acids. aromatic odor. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.3-epoxypropyl ether Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 1619 C 1 ppm (6 mg/m ) [15-minute] OSHA 7 See Appendix A OSHA PEL†: TWA 10 ppm (60 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless liquid.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 166 (approx) 10 ppm: Sa:Cf£/CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 495°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble PaprOvHie£/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd.2% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. upper resp sys.R. strong bases Exposure Routes.1 ¥: ScbaF:Pd.P: 239°F Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Change: N.P: 248°F Change: N. Ing. IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp. nau Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. possible hemato. Phenyl 2.06 VP(77°F): 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Abs. amines.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5OC6H5/C6H5C6H5 8004-13-5 DV1500000 10 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. skin. skin.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 150. hemato sys.2-Epoxy-3-phenoxy propane. Glycidyl phenyl ether. Symptoms.08 mmHg FRZ: 54°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.14 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1.79 mg/m3 (approx) DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Diphenyl oxide-diphenyl mixture.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam Fl. repro sys [in animals: nasal cancer] Phenyl glycidyl ether 250 . [Note: A mixture typically contains 75% phenyl ether & 25% biphenyl. nose. skin. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. CNS.R. [Note: A solid below 38°F. IP: ? Sp.

skin [in animals: tumors of the lungs. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support vascular thrombosis. 2-Phenylaminonaphthalene. kidneys. kidney damage. Phenyl-β-naphthylamine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca* (see Table 1): OSHA 96 See Appendix A [*Note: Since metabolized to β-Naphthylamine. hemolytic anemia. acne.P: 190°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: 7. β-Naphthylphenylamine.6 mg/m ) [2-hr] [skin] See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (22 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless to pale-yellow liquid or solid (below 67°F) with a faint. [Note: Commercial product may contain 20-30 ppm of β-Naphthylamine.Pp:AScba Sol: Insoluble Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl. hypersensitivity to sunlight.Pp/SaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 108. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. cyan. Abs. Monophenylhydrazine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 3518 C 0. Ing. lead dioxide Exposure Routes. leucoplakia.Gr: 1. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Blood.04 mmHg FRZ: 67°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. PBNA. Con SY: Irritation.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5NHNH2 100-63-0 MV8925000 Ca [15 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.3 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 743°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.10 Provide: Eyewash VP(77°F): 0. dysp. blood vessels & intestine] Phenylhydrazine Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H7NHC6H5 135-88-6 QM4550000 Ca [N.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 219.D. skin. aromatic odor. liver. Symptoms. jaun.14 ppm (0. Abs.] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Anilinonaphthalene.Gr: 1. Ing.64 eV Change: Daily Sp.P: ? Wash skin: When contam/Daily IP: ? Remove: When wet or contam Sp.42 mg/m3 DOT: 2572 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: Hydrazinobenzene. bladder [bladder cancer] First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 251 .1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 470°F (Decomposes) ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Symptoms.] OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: White to yellow crystals or gray to tan flakes or powder. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh.24 Change: Daily VP: ? Provide: Eyewash MLT: 226°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Combustible Solid P N-Phenyl-β-naphthylamine Exposure Routes. resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd. liver.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Slight Escape: ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. [carc] TO: Eyes. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Skin sens.

chest tight. para.001 VP: ? FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported [Note: Spontaneously combustible in high concentrations in air.D. rhin. anemia. resp sys. testicular degeneration.Gr(77°F): 1. anor.16 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. head. Symptoms.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5PH2 638-21-1 SZ2100000 N. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 110. Sp. Ing. CNS.O-Diethyl S-ethylthiomethylthiothionophosphate. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. ataxia. lar spasm. Phosphaniline Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0. diarr. Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed lass. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: In animals: blood changes. Symptoms.P(oc): 320°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.50 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Fenylfosfin. sweat.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. Timet Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.Gr(59°F): 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support loss of appetite. Ing. derm Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Blood. nau. Thimet.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. diarr. musc fasc. blood chol Phorate 252 . Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: Daily Fl. miosis. Conversion: DOT: 3018 152 (organophosphorus pesticide.D. CVS.O-Diethyl S-(ethylthio)methylphosphorodithioate. Sp. conf. liquid. resp sys.05 ppm (0. Abs.05 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5600 ST 0. wheez. colorless liquid with a foul odor. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. abdom cramps.005% Wash skin: When contam Fl. O.2 mg/m [skin] OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Clear liquid with a skunk-like odor. low BP. skin. hind leg tremor. Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. vomit. convuls.R.] Exposure Routes.R. skin. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 260. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. dizz.0008 mmHg FRZ: -45°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 320°F Not available. but does not readily ignite. salv. repro sys Phenylphosphine P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (C2H5O)2P(S)SCH2SC2H5 298-02-2 TD9450000 N.25 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Clear. coma.4 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. CNS. cyan. toxic) Synonyms/Trade Names: O. alkalis [Note: Hydrolyzed in the presence of moisture and by alkalis. Con Skin: Soap flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. lac. card irreg TO: Eyes. PF. Potential exposure to gaseous PF when polyphosphinates are heated above 392°F.

cyan. cyan. Carbonyl chloride.17 mg/m3 DOT: 2783 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Carbomethoxy-1-methylvinyl dimethyl phosphate.003 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE FRZ: 44°F (trans-) Quick drench 70°F (cis-) UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers [Note: Corrosive to cast iron.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 224. salv.Gr: 1.1 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5600 ST 0.R.5 ppm: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 4 ppm: Sa:Pd. LEL: NA copper Nonflammable Gas [Note: Reacts slowly in water to form hydrochloric acid & carbon dioxide.48 (liquid) Sp.1 ppm (0.3 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. Swallow: Medical attention immed convuls. Sp. VP: 1.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. alkalis. anor.& trans-isomers. resp sys Phosgene 3 253 . Con (liquid) Eye: Irr immed (liquid) SY: Irrit eyes. vomit.1 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible 0.P(oc): 347°F 0. alcohols. liquid: frostbite TO: Eyes. Mevinphos [Note: Commercial product is a mixture of the cis. abdom cramps. chest tight.05 mg/m DOT: 1076 125 Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbon oxychloride.43 (Liquid at 32°F) Change: N.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 98. Symptoms.01 ppm (0. head. low BP. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. ataxia. blood chol Phosdrin P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: COCl2 75-44-5 SY5600000 2 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. skin.1 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Pale-yellow to orange liquid with a weak odor. para. lar Breath: Resp support spasm.P: NA Wash skin: When contam (liquid) §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd. foamy sputum.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.] Exposure Routes. wheez. Abs.8 mg/m3) [15-minute] OSHA PEL: TWA 0.1 ppm (0. rhin. vomit.6 atm Provide: Quick drench (liquid) FRZ: -198°F UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Moisture. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.9 (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA BP: 47°F Skin: Prevent skin contact (liquid) 1 ppm: Sa* Sol: Slight Eyes: Prevent eye contact (liquid) 2 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Fl. Skin: Water flush immed (liquid) Breath: Resp support dysp. chest pain. Carbonyl dichloride. diarr.2 ppm (0. some stainless steels & brass. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. resp sys.R.Pp/SaF:Pd. miosis.03 ppm (0. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.4 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a suffocating odor like musty hay. [Note: A fuming liquid below 47°F. dry burning throat. resp sys. cough. Ing. card irreg TO: Eyes. skin.55 eV Remove: When wet or contam Escape: GmFS/ScbaE RGasD: 3.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C7H13PO6 7786-34-7 GQ5250000 4 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 9.25 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: When contam Fl. ammonia.25 §: ScbaF:Pd. CNS. CVS.2 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes 0.Gr: 1. skin.Pp:AScba IP: 11. Chloroformyl chloride Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Symptoms. [Note: Insecticide that may be absorbed on a dry carrier.Pp Change: N.4 mg/m3) OSHA 61 C 0. nau.

White phosphoric acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7903 ST 3 mg/m OSHA ID165SG OSHA PEL†: TWA 1 mg/m3 Physical Description: Thick. [Note: Often used in an aqueous solution.3 ppm (0. Ing. oxidizers. RGasD: 1. Fl.R.03 mmHg Quick drench (>1.Pp/SaF:Pd.4 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a fish.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 34.3 ppm (0. Symptoms. burns.3 atm Escape: GmFS/ScbaE FRZ: -209°F UEL: ? LEL: 1.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 415°F 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl.R.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: PH3 7803-51-2 SY7525000 50 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. Phosphoric acid (aqueous). Con (liquid) SY: Nau. skin.33 (50% solution) VP: 0. chills. chest tight. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.6%) Escape: 100F/ScbaE 1. Phosphorated hydrogen. ID180 ST 1 ppm (1 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0.96 eV 50 ppm: Sa:Pd.Pp Change: N. upper resp sys.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Frostbite BP: -126°F 3 ppm: Sa Eyes: Frostbite Sol: Slight 7. acids. skin.Gr(77°F): 1.P: NA (Gas) 15 ppm: GmFS/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 9. liquid: frostbite TO: Resp sys Phosphine P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: H3PO4 7664-38-2 TB6300000 1000 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1805 154 (liquid or solution). eye.6%) MLT: 108°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong caustics. stupor or syncope. copper [Note: May ignite SPONTANEOUSLY on contact with air. Phosphorus trihydride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.39 mg/m3 DOT: 2199 119 Synonyms/Trade Names: Hydrogen phosphide. musc Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support pain. odorless. vomit.Pp/SaF:Pd. diarr.Pp Change: Daily Sp.18 §: ScbaF:Pd. [pesticide] [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. derm Skin: Water flush Immed TO: Eyes. resp sys Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed Phosphoric acid 254 .] Exposure Routes. crystalline solid. thirst.] Exposure Routes. abdom pain.87 (pure) §: ScbaF:Pd. Phosphorus hydride. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.Pp:AScba Provide: Frostbite wash VP: 41. chlorine. 3453 154 (solid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Orthophosphoric acid. skin. pulm edema.or garlic-like odor.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash (>1. moisture. Pure compound is odorless. halogenated hydrocarbons. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh. DO NOT MIX WITH SOLUTIONS CONTAINING BLEACH OR AMMONIA.5 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: N.79% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Air. dysp.P: NA 50 mg/m3: 100F/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 1000 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. colorless.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 98. most metals [Note: Readily reacts with metals to form flammable hydrogen gas. Symptoms.4 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA 1003.

Gr: 1. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Fl. Sp.5 ppm (3 mg/m ) OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Clear.1 mg/m Physical Description: White to yellow. halogens [Note: Ignites SPONTANEOUSLY in moist air. Symptoms. resp tract.1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7905 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. Con SY: Irrit eyes.0 1 mg/m3: Sa [*Note: Flame retardant personal BP: 536°F Sol: 0. blood Phosphorus (yellow) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: POCl3 10025-87-3 TH4897000 N. resp sys.6 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 None available ST 0. eye. cough. dimethyl-formamide. skin. abdom pain. [Note: A solid below 34°F. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. nau.] Exposure Routes.Gr(77°F): 1. soft. waxy solid with acrid fumes in air.P: ? 5 mg/m3: ScbaF/SaF provided.] Exposure Routes.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Sp. combustible materials. carbon disulfide. jaw pain.1 ppm (0. skin. colorless to yellow. abdom pain.27 mg/m3 DOT: 1810 137 Synonyms/Trade Names: Phosphorus chloride. Symptoms. head.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. salv. swell Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. kidneys. skin burns.D. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. Phosphorus oxytrichloride. [Note: Usually shipped or stored in water.82 Escape: ScbaE Remove: When wet or contam VP: 0. cachexia. eye. CNS.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£ protective equipment should be Fl. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support anemia. resp sys. liver. nau. metals (except nickel & lead) [Note: Decomposes in water to hydrochloric & phosphoric acids. Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. jaun. resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd. Phosphoryl chloride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. oily liquid with a pungent & musty odor.R. teeth. lass. vomit. oxidizers (including elemental sulfur & strong caustics).3 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 222°F Not available.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 153.] Eyes: Prevent eye contact IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin. pulm Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support edema. Ing. but may set fire to combustible materials. dental pain.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact* MW: 124.65 Provide: Eyewash VP(81°F): 40 mmHg FRZ: 34°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid.0003% 2. dizz. dysp. Ing. kidneys Phosphorus oxychloride P 255 .03 mmHg Change: Daily MLT: 111°F Provide: Eyewash UEL: ? LEL: ? Quick drench Flammable Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Air. White phosphorus Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. jaw.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: P4 7723-14-0 TH3500000 5 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1381 136 Synonyms/Trade Names: Elemental phosphorus. neph Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. skin burns. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water.

convuls. insom. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. chemically-active metals such as sodium and potassium. lac. and presence of moisture.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: PCl5 10026-13-8 TB6125000 70 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1806 137 Synonyms/Trade Names: Pentachlorophosphorus. GI dist TO: Eyes. magnesium oxide.Pp:AScba MLT: 324°F (Sublimes) Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water.6 (P4S10) 10 mg/m3: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 957°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Reacts 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf* Remove: When wet or contam Fl. phosphoric acid.Pp Provide: Eyewash VP(132°F): 1 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd.P: NA 25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf* Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 50 mg/m3: ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily Sp. CNS First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Dust off solid. acids. dizz. resp sys. Phosphorus perchloride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S257 (II-5) OSHA PEL: TWA 1 mg/m Physical Description: White to pale-yellow.P: ? 50 mg/m3: ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: ? 250 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. amines [Note: Hydrolyzes in water (even in humid air) to form hydrochloric acid & phosphoric acid. Phosphorus sulfide. skin. skin. strong oxidizers.3 (P2S5) (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact 444. corn vesic. resp sys. derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. skin. Corrosive to metals. photo. Symptoms. apnea. Sulfur phosphide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 None available ST 3 mg/m 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1 mg/m Physical Description: Greenish-gray to yellow. alkalis. water flush Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 256 . Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 222.Pp/SaF:Pd. conj pain.Gr: 3.] Phosphorus pentasulfide Exposure Routes. irrity.Pp Sp. Symptoms. Phosphoric chloride.Gr: 2. crystalline solid with a pungent. bron.] Exposure Routes. kerato-conj. lass.3 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Sublimes 10 mg/m3: Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Reacts Wash skin: When contam Fl. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. Ing. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Phosphorus pentachloride P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: P2S5/P4S10 1314-80-3 TH4375000 250 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1340 139 Synonyms/Trade Names: Phosphorus persulfide.09 §: ScbaF:Pd. skin. alcohols. SPONTANEOUSLY ignite in alkalis [Note: Reacts with water to form hydrogen sulfide.Pp:AScba VP(572°F): 1 mmHg Escape: GmFS100/ScbaE MLT: 550°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Flammable Solid. Ing. coma.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con SY: Irrit eyes.60 70 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. crystalline solid with an odor of rotten eggs. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. which may Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 208. head. unpleasant odor. resp sys. sulfur dioxide.

Breath: Resp support bron. acrid odor. Phthalic acid anhydride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 6 mg/m3 (1 ppm) (see Table 1): NIOSH S179 (II-3) OSHA PEL†: TWA 12 mg/m3 (2 ppm) OSHA 90 Physical Description: White solid (flake) or a clear. organic matter strong oxidizer that may ignite [Note: Hydrolyzes in water to form hydrochloric acid and phosphoric acid. skin. resp sys. however.53 (Flake) §: ScbaF:Pd. Symptoms. chemically-active metals such as sodium & potassium. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 148. liver.6% Wash skin: When contam Fl.5 ppm (3 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless to yellow.P: NA Wash skin: When contam §: ScbaF:Pd. in animals: liver.4 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 169°F Skin: Prevent skin contact 10 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Sol: Reacts Eyes: Prevent eye contact 25 ppm: SaF:Pd.62 mg/m3 DOT: 1809 137 Synonyms/Trade Names: Phosphorus chloride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. nasal ulcer bleeding.] Exposure Routes. water [Note: Converted to phthalic acid in hot water. conj. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 137.5 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6402 ST 0. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Phosphorus trichloride CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 85-44-9 TI3150000 60 mg/m3 C6H4(CO)2O Conversion: 1 ppm = 6.5% LEL: 1. VP: 100 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: -170°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp:AScba IP: 9.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: PCl3 7719-12-2 TH3675000 25 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. upper resp sys.1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 563°F 30 mg/m3: Qm* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.2-Benzenedicarboxylic anhydride. acetic acid.R. mobile liquid (molten) with a characteristic. bronchial asthma. skin. nose.20 (Molten) VP: 0.00 eV Sa*/ScbaF Change: Daily Sp. Ing. derm. PAN. skin. strong nitric acid.Pp/SaF:Pd.7% Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. aluminum. Ing. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes.2 ppm (1.Gr: 1.06 mg/m DOT: 2214 156 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1.Pp/SaF:Pd. Exposure Routes.P: 305°F 60 mg/m3: 95XQ*/95F/PaprHie*/ Remove: When wet or contam IP: 10.Pp:AScba Escape: 100F/ScbaE 1.5 ppm (3 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0.Gr: 1.Pp Fl. colorless. eye. skin.58 Change: N.0015 mmHg MLT: 267°F UEL: 10. throat. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. fuming liquid with an odor like hydrochloric acid. kidneys Phthalic anhydride P 3 257 .91 eV Remove: When wet or contam Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE Sp. Symptoms. pulm edema. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. a Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. skin burns Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.] combustibles upon contact.

3-Dicyanobenzene. [herbicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 241.3-Benzenedicarbonitrile. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Slight Wash skin: Daily Fl. chlorine. 0600 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Colorless to white crystals with a chlorine-like odor. skin. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed m-Phthalodinitrile P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H3Cl3O2N2 1918-02-1 TJ7525000 N.5.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4(CN)2 626-17-5 CZ1900000 N.g. m-PDN Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Needle-like. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. kidneys Swallow: Medical attention immed Picloram 258 .P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1.01 mmHg MLT: 324°F (Sublimes) UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid and a severe explosion hazard. Tordon® Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: See Appendix D 3 3 NIOSH 0500. Symptoms. conf. resp sys.. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 128. ATCP.Gr: ? VP(95°F): 0. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes.P: ? Remove: N. nau. m-Dicyanobenzene. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.6-trichloro-2-picolinic acid. bromine. IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.0000006 mmHg MLT: 424°F (Decomposes) UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Hot concentrated alkali (hydrolyzes) First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Abs.5.6-trichloropicolinic acid.D. Symptoms. flaky solid with an almond-like odor. 1.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Sublimes Not available. skin Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. colorless to white. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 4-Amino-3. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Head. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. liver.42 VP: 0. Ing. 4-Amino-3. Ing.R. kidney changes Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes. resp sys.Gr: 4. crystalline. nau.D. in animals: liver.5 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes Not available. skin. skin. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (e. fluorine) Exposure Routes.04% Wash skin: When contam Fl. in animals: irrit eyes. Isophthalodinitrile.

album. 2-Pivalyl-1.5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N.4. skin.5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 1% Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. smoky urine.3-indandione Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. skin.P: ? 1 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: N.Pp:AScba LEL: ? Escape: 100F/ScbaE Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. neph Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. zinc & other metals.1 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Yellow.6-Trinitrophenol [Note: An OSHA Class A Explosive (1910.Pp UEL: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. GI dist. Pivalyl. Sol(77°F): 0.1 mg/m None available Physical Description: Bright-yellow powder with almost no odor. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Fl.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: Daily Sp. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Pival®.R. [rodenticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 230. salts.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 229.Pp/SaF:Pd. bruises.002% Wash skin: N.3 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N. lead. lass.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: Daily Sp. odorless solid. liver.P: 302°F 1 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 2.Gr: 1.06 5 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ VP: Very low ScbaF/SaF MLT: 230°F 100 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.R. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.3-Dioxo-2-pivaloy-lindane. hema. ammonia [Note: Corrosive to metals. Conversion: 1 ppm = 9. Abs. ≥ 10% water) Synonyms/Trade Names: Phenol trinitrate.1 mg/m3 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. skin. [Note: Usually used as an aqueous solution. BP: Decomposes 0. bitter taste. kidneys. abdom. concrete. An explosive mixture results when the aqueous solution crystallizes.3 mg/m [skin] 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. plaster. Symptoms. Ing.Pp:AScba LEL: ? Escape: 100F/ScbaE Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Copper. IP: ? 2. sens derm.R. ≥ 10% water). Breath: Resp support anuria. myalgia.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 88-89-1 TJ7875000 75 mg/m3 (NO2)3C6H2OH DOT: 1344 113 (wet. 1. hepatitis. yellow-stained hair. 2.109). blood Picric acid Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C9H5O2C(O)C(CH3)3 83-26-1 NK6300000 100 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: tert-Butyl valone.1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S228 (II-4) ST 0. excess bleeding from minor cuts. back pain TO: Blood prothrombin P Pindone 259 .1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Explodes above 572°F 0.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.Pp/SaF:Pd. polyuria.Gr: 1. Ing Eye: Irr immed SY: Epis.R. black Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed tarry stools.76 5 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ VP(383°F): 1 mmHg ScbaF/SaF MLT: 252°F 75 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.Pp UEL: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. Symptoms.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.37 mg/m3 3364 113 (wetted.

CNS Piperazine dihydrochloride P CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 26499-65-0 TP0700000 N. inco. water [Note: Hygroscopic (i. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 159. C4H10N2×HCl is also commercially available. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Dried calcium sulfate..D. skin burns. Ing.R.. CaSO4•0. C4H10N2×2HCl Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Piperazine hydrochloride [Note: The monochloride. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Gr: ? Provide: Eyewash VP: ? MLT: 635°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid. Con Breath: Resp support SY: Irrit eyes. Sp. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 41% Wash skin: When contam Fl.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin. Ing.R. Abs. nau. musc weak Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. odorless powder. absorbs moisture from the air). GI upset. cough Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Sol(77°F): 0. Eyes: N. skin. Hemihydrate gypsum [Note: Plaster of Paris is the hemihydrate form of Calcium Sulfate & Gypsum is the dihydrate form. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m3 (total) TWA 5 mg/m3 (resp) Physical Description: White or yellowish. resp sys.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500.e. resp sys Plaster of Paris 260 .2 Skin: N. resp sys. finely divided.Gr: 2. Fl.5H2O Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Calcium sulfate hemihydrate.R.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. skin. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 145.] Exposure Routes. IP: NA Change: N. Symptoms. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water [Note: Slightly hygroscopic (i.R.D. Symptoms. absorbs moisture from the air). BP: ? Not available. but does not ignite easily.] Exposure Routes. muc memb. skin.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 142-64-3 TL4025000 N. vomit. sens. Reacts with water to form Gypsum. asthma.3% Wash skin: N.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.e. Gypsum hemihydrate. resp sys.P: NA Remove: N.5 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 325°F (Loses H2O) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Moisture.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: White to cream-colored needles or powder. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support head.

but finely divided powder can be dangerous to handle. Symptoms. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.Pp Change: Daily §: ScbaF:Pd.R.002 mg/m3 3 NIOSH 7300. 7303. Eyes: N. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Platinum black.1 mg/m3: 100F/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam 4 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. ductile metal. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Platinum Platinum (soluble salts. Platinum sponge Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 7300. Ing. acetone. wheez. arsenic. Fl. ID130SG Physical Description: Silvery. Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. malleable. S191 (II-7) OSHA PEL: TWA 0. skin. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. sens skin.Gr: 21. selenium.Pp/SaF:Pd.R.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Pt 7440-06-4 TP2160000 N. 7303 OSHA PEL†: none OSHA ID121. cough. derm.R. Platinum metal.1 Skin: N.Pp:AScba Escape: 100F/ScbaE Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes. ethane. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit skin.002 mg/m Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific soluble platinum salt. dysp. cyan. IP: NA Change: Daily Sp. phosphorus. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support lymphocytosis Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.D. hydrazine. lithium. Symptoms.P: NA Remove: N. skin. whitish-gray. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Aluminum. tellurium. resp sys.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.45 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 3222°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid in bulk form. hydrogen peroxide. Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 195. derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. resp sys P 261 . as Pt) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: 4 mg/m3 (as Pt) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific soluble platinum salt. nose. BP: 6921°F Not available.05 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£ the specific soluble platinum salt. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Wash skin: When contam 0. various fluorides Exposure Routes. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): Properties: (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA Properties vary depending upon Skin: Prevent skin contact 0. Ing.

Breath: Resp support incr resp rate. upper resp sys.Gr: ? 500 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ VP: 0 mmHg (approx) ScbaF/SaF MLT: NA 5000 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. slow gasping respiration.Pp/SaF:Pd. acid salts. odorless powder. skin. nau. and iron oxide. blood Potassium cyanide (as CN) 262 . Con SY: Irrit eyes. blood changes Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (such as acids. granular or crystalline solid with a faint. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. skin. skin. expectoration. nose. thyroid. thyroid. Symptoms. almond-like odor. but contact with acids releases highly flammable hydrogen cyanide. exertional dysp. Portland cement silicate [Note: A class of hydraulic cements containing tri. Abs. Hydraulic cement. CNS.55 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1173°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA Escape: GmFS100/ScbaE Change: Daily Sp. Ing.7 ppm) [10-minute] 3 NIOSH 6010. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. cough. 7904 OSHA PEL*: TWA 5 mg/m [*Note: The REL and PEL also apply to other cyanides (as CN) except Hydrogen cyanide. skin. Sp. Symptoms. vomit. asphy. lass.Pp/SaF:Pd. CVS.P: NA 100 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA 250 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: N.Portland cement Formula: CAS#: 65997-15-1 RTECS#: VV8770000 IDLH: 5000 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Cement.Gr: 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp:AScba LEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. resp sys. Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Fresh air wheez. derm Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. resp sys P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: KCN 151-50-8 TS8750000 25 mg/m3 (as CN) Conversion: DOT: 1680 157 (solid). chlorates & nitrates) [Note: Absorbs moisture from the air forming a syrup. Ing.Pp UEL: NA §: ScbaF:Pd.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.P: NA §: ScbaF:Pd.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 2957°F 25 mg/m3: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 72% Wash skin: When contam Fl. 3413 157 (solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Potassium salt of hydrocyanic acid Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL*: C 5 mg/m3 (4.R. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: ? NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: NA 50 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl. conf. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 65. chronic bron. tricalcium aluminate.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 mppcf OSHA ID207 Physical Description: Gray.and dicalcium silicate in addition to alumina. head.] Physical Description: White.

Symptoms. eye.4 atm FRZ: -306°F UEL: 9. RGasD: 1. Propyl hydride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1000 ppm (1800 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH S87 (II-2) OSHA PEL: TWA 1000 ppm (1800 mg/m3) OSHA PV2077 Physical Description: Colorless. conf. metals (when wet). excitation. [Note: A foul-smelling odorant is often added when used for fuel purposes. Conversion: DOT: 1813 154 (dry. halogenated hydrocarbons. resp sys. asphy. sticks.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Frostbite BP: -44°F 2100 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Frostbite Sol: 0. or pellets. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. skin burns.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 2415°F Not available. Potassium hydrate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 2 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 7401 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Odorless. solid). skin. resp sys Potassium hydroxide P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH2CH3 74-98-6 TX2275000 2100 ppm [10%LEL] Conversion: 1 ppm = 1. Lye. Symptoms. however.80 mg/m DOT: 1075 115.R.1% Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. Dimethyl methane. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(59°F): 107% Wash skin: When contam Fl. n-Propane.Pp/SaF:Pd. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support vomit.D. 1814 154 (solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Caustic potash. skin.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 44. Con (liquid) Skin: Frostbite SY: Dizz.55 Provide: Frostbite wash VP(70°F): 8. Fl.Gr: 2. Ing.5% LEL: 2. flakes. may react with H2O & other substances and generate sufficient heat to ignite combustible materials. water.Pp:AScba Wash skin: N.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: KOH 1310-58-3 TT2100000 N.01% §: ScbaF:Pd. liquid: frostbite Breath: Resp support TO: CNS Propane 3 263 .R. [Note: May be used as an aqueous solution. 1978 115 Synonyms/Trade Names: Bottled gas. odorless gas. diarr Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.04 Provide: Eyewash VP(1317°F): 1 mmHg MLT: 716°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. white or slightly yellow lumps. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh. rods.P: NA (Gas) Escape: ScbaE Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 11. maleic anhydride [Note: Heat is generated if KOH comes in contact with H2O & CO2 from the air.] Exposure Routes. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 56. sneez. cough.07 eV Change: N.

1. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con SY: Irrit eyes. crystalline solid or a colorless liquid (above 86°F). cyan.39 VP: ? Quick drench MLT: 86°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes.6 mg/m3) [15-minute] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an offensive. Sp.R.P: -5°F 25 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 9. n-Propyl mercaptan Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 0. nau. cabbage-like odor. dizz.5 ppm (1.] C3H6O3S Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 3-Hydroxy-1-propanesulphonic acid sultone. resp sys. reducing agents.2 ¥: ScbaF:Pd.12 mg/m3 DOT: 2402 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: 3-Mercaptopropane. strong acids & bases. skin. Propane-1-thiol. [carc] Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. calcium hypochlorite Exposure Routes. skin.R.Gr: 1. throat. resp sys. BP: 153°F 5 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Slight 12.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 122. Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: 10% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. resp sys [in animals: skin tumors. [Note: Releases a foul odor as it melts. kidneys 1-Propanethiol 264 .Pp/SaF:Pd.195 eV Change: N. skin. Ing. Propyl mercaptan. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd.3-Propane sultone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): See Appendix A None available OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: White.84 ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Fl. Symptoms. resp sys.Gr: 0.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash VP(77°F): 155 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -172°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. alkali metals.2 NIOSH Skin: N. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 76. skin.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 1120-71-4 RP5425000 Ca [N. leukemia. nose. gliomas] Swallow: Medical attention immed Propane sultone P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH2CH2SH 107-03-9 TZ7300000 N. blood. Abs. Symptoms.R. CNS.5 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: N. head.D. Ing. Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support in animals: liver. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. liver.P: >235°F Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.D.

3-Propiolactone Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca None available See Appendix A OSHA PEL: [1910. Hydroacrylic acid. corn opac. CNS.Pp/SaF:Pd. kidney damage Breath: Resp support TO: Skin. skin. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 56. eyes [in animals: tumors of the liver. 2-Propynyl alcohol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (2 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA 97 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless to straw-colored liquid with a mild. 2-Oxetanone.] Exposure Routes.97 Provide: Eyewash VP: 12 mmHg FRZ: -62°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Phosphorus pentoxide. C3H3OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. 2-Propyn-1-ol. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 72. 3-Hydroxy-β-lactone.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 107-19-7 UK5075000 N.15 Provide: Eyewash VP(77°F): 3 mmHg FRZ: -28°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: 2. 3-Hydroxy-propionic acid. Sp. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support dysuria. in animals: liver. Ing.51 eV Change: N.1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 323°F (Decomposes) ¥: ScbaF:Pd.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 237°F Not available. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Kidneys. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit skin. β-lactone. resp sys. thiosulfates [Note: May polymerize upon storage. lungs.P: 165°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? See Appendix E (page 351) Change: Daily Sp. burns. geranium odor.29 mg/m3 DOT: 1986 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1-Propyn-3-ol. liver.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 37% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl.D. CNS depres. muc memb. thiocyanates. oxidizers First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. kidneys Swallow: Medical attention immed Propargyl alcohol Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C3H4O2 57-57-8 RQ7350000 Ca [N.Gr: 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Ing. Symptoms. hema.9% Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acetates.P(oc): 97°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: 10. Symptoms. Abs. β-Lactone.R.D] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: BPL.1013] See Appendix B Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a slightly sweet odor.Gr: 1. halogens. blistering. skin & stomach] β-Propiolactone P 265 . Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Abs. frequent urination. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Skin irrit.

Ethanecarboxylic acid. Propanoic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (30 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 None available ST 15 ppm (45 mg/m ) OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless.9% Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Alkalis. [Note: Forms cyanide in the body. nau.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 74. liver. chromium trioxide) [Note: Corrosive to steel. Abs. corn burns.24 eV Change: N.84 eV ScbaF/SaF 1000 ppm: SaF:Pd. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. resp sys Propionic acid P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH2CN 107-12-0 UF9625000 N. nau.78 §: ScbaF:Pd. stupor. lass.1 60 ppm: CcrOv/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 207°F 150 ppm: Sa:Cf/PaprOv Wash skin: When contam Sol: 11.Gr: 0.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 286°F Not available.Gr: 0. CNS.9% 300 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv/ Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support convuls. throat. in animals: liver.1% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers & reducing agents. disagreeable. rancid odor. Propanenitrile.1% LEL: 2.25 mg/m3 DOT: 2404 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Cyanoethane. skin. Propiononitrile Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 6 ppm (14 mg/m3) (see Table 1): NIOSH 1606 (adapt) OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a pleasant. Ethylformic acid. oily liquid with a pungent. skin Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support burns. Methyl acetic acid. Ing. IP: 11. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.. Sp. blurred vision. Abs.] Exposure Routes.P: 126°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: 10.99 Provide: Eyewash VP: 3 mmHg FRZ: 5°F Quick drench UEL: 12. Symptoms.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 79-09-4 UE5950000 N.] Exposure Routes.g.03 mg/m3 DOT: 1848 132 Synonyms/Trade Names: Carboxyethane. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.D. Ethyl cyanide. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. [Note: A solid below 5°F.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 55.D. Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.Pp:AScba VP: 35 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -133°F UEL: ? LEL: 3. Symptoms.Pp Provide: Quick drench Sp. CH3CH2COOH Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. skin. resp sys. ethereal odor. vomit. Propionic nitrile. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl.Pp/SaF:Pd.R. skin. skin.R.P: 36°F Change: N. resp sys. nose. CVS. sweetish. strong oxidizers (e. kidneys Propionitrile 266 . abdom pain. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. chest pain. Metacetonic acid. Ing. strong acids & bases [Note: Hydrogen cyanide is produced when propionitrile is heated to decomposition.

crystalline powder with a faint.7% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Nitrates. lass. nose. head. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin.000007 mmHg MLT: 187-197°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.3 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes Not available. derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. nau.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.Gr: ? VP: 0.R. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support diarr.2% Wash skin: Daily Fl. kidneys.18 mg/m3 DOT: 1276 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Propylacetate. Ing.D. N-Methyl-2-isopropoxyphenyl-carbamate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. blurred vision.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3NHCOOC6H4OCH(CH3)2 114-26-1 FC3150000 N. GI tract. Ing.] Exposure Routes.2 1700 ppm: Sa:Cf£/CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 215°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: 2% PaprOv£/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Symptoms. fruity odor. alkalis [Note: Emits highly toxic methyl isocyanate fumes when heated to decomposition. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Symptoms. strong oxidizers. OSHA PV2007 [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 209. characteristic odor. blood chol Propoxur Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3COOCH2CH2CH3 109-60-4 AJ3675000 1700 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. resp sys. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: In animals: irrit eyes.P: 55°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. liver. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Miosis. alkalis & acids Exposure Routes. n-Propyl ester of acetic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (840 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1450 ST 250 ppm (1050 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 200 ppm (840 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild. o-Isopropoxyphenyl-N-methylcarbamate. throat.5 mg/m3 NIOSH 5601 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: White to tan. salv.Gr: 0. vomit. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 102.04 eV Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd. sweat. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Aprocarb®. musc twitch Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS. abdom cramps. Abs. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed n-Propyl acetate P 267 . IP: 10. narco.84 VP: 25 mmHg FRZ: -134°F UEL: 8% LEL(100°F): 1.P: >300°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp.

Ing. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con SY: Irrit eyes.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: UH8225000 800 ppm CH3CH2CH2OH 71-23-8 Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.R.46 mg/m3 DOT: 1274 129 Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethyl carbinol.0 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 206°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd. Symptoms. skin. n-Propanol. in animals: Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support CNS depres. liver. Con SY: Irrit eyes.3% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl. [pesticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 113. skin. active metals First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.Pp/SaF:Pd. nau.7% LEL: 2. resp sys.1 800 ppm: CcrOv*/PaprOv*/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 207°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Sa*/ScbaF §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 1. 1405 ST 250 ppm (625 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 200 ppm (500 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild. drow. resp sys.Gr: 0. nose. CNS n-Propyl alcohol P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CHClCH2Cl 78-87-5 TX9625000 Ca [400 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.5% LEL: 3.P: 60°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 10.81 VP: 15 mmHg FRZ: -196°F UEL: 13. Ing. dizz.2% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. alcohol-like odor. GI tract. abdom cramps. strong acids. throat.2-propane. Sp. ataxia. drow. skin.2-Dichloropropane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 1013 See Appendix A OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 75 ppm (350 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a chloroform-like odor. vomit. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 60. [carc] TO: Eyes. Abs. Symptoms. 1.P: 72°F Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Change: N. dry cracking skin. CNS [in animals: liver & mammary Swallow: Medical attention immed gland tumors] Propylene dichloride 3 268 . Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. Skin: Water flush Breath: Resp support GI pain. Propyl alcohol Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (500 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1401. head.62 mg/m DOT: 1279 130 Synonyms/Trade Names: Dichloro-1. resp sys.15 eV Sp. Abs.87 eV Change: N. diarr. IP: 10.4% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. kidney damage. kidneys.R. in animals: narco Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. liver.Pp/SaF:Pd. 1-Propanol.16 Provide: Eyewash VP: 40 mmHg FRZ: -149°F Quick drench UEL: 14.

D.R. Symptoms.] Exposure Routes. amines. Fl. combustible materials [Note: Similar to Ethylene glycol dinitrate in explosion potential.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. kidneys Propylene glycol dinitrate Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3OCH2CHCH3 107-98-2 UB7700000 N.R. Con Skin: Water wash SY: Irrit eyes. conj. oxidizers. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 90.6% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. 1-Methoxy-2-propanol. colorless liquid with a mild. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: N. Symptoms. Propylene glycol methyl ether Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 100 ppm (360 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2554 ST 150 ppm (540 mg/m ) OSHA 99 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Clear. resp sys. CH3CNO2OHCHNO2OH Conversion: 1 ppm = 6.R. 2-Methoxy-1-methylethanol. IP: ? Change: N.R. Abs. [Note: A solid below 18°F.R.Gr: 0.05 ppm (0. Ing. Sp.R. Sp.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 6423-43-4 TY6300000 N. Ing. throat.Gr(77°F): 1.] Exposure Routes. impaired balance. Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. methemo. skin. Propylene glycol-1. 1-Methoxy-2-hydroxypropane. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. drow.23 VP(72°F): 0.1% Wash skin: N.): 1. inco.3 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a disagreeable odor. in Skin: Soap wash Breath: Resp support animals: liver.e.1 Skin: N. vis dist. head. skin. Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. head.79 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: PGDN. nau. dizz. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.07 mmHg FRZ: 18°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Ammonia compounds.8% LEL(calc. 1. liver.2-dinitrate. nose. ethereal odor.2-Propylene glycol dinitrate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.D. blood.. absorbs moisture from air). diarr Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. BP: 248°F Not available. Breath: Resp support vomit.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 166. May slowly form reactive peroxides during prolonged storage. reducing agents. CNS Propylene glycol monomethyl ether P 269 . Con SY: Irrit eyes.69 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dowtherm® 209.96 VP(77°F): 12 mmHg FRZ: -139°F (Sets to glass) UEL(calc): 13. CNS.P: 97°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: ? Change: N. strong acids [Note: Hygroscopic (i.P: ? Remove: N.

oily liquid with an ammonia-like odor. Hydrolyzes in water to form methylethanolamine. [carc] Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. resp sys.P: -35°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 9.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 41% Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl. VP: 112 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: -85°F Quick drench UEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.00 eV Remove: When wet (flamm) Sp. [carc] Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.Gr: 0. amines & acidic alcohols. Propene oxide. burns.1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 94°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd.R.1 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 152°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.P: 25°F Wash skin: When contam IP: 9. Ing. Methyloxirane.38 mg/m3 DOT: 1280 127P Synonyms/Trade Names: 1. 1.80 Change: N. skin burns. sulfonyl halides Class IB Flammable Liquid [Note: Subject to violent polymerization in contact with acids. aqueous acids.34 mg/m3 DOT: 1921 131P (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: 2-Methylaziridine. resp sys [in animals: nasal tumors] Swallow: Medical attention immed Propylene oxide 270 . Symptoms.Pp/SaF:Pd.] Exposure Routes. Methyl ethylene oxide.81 eV Change: N. skin blisters. carbonyl LEL: ? compounds. caustics & peroxides [Note: Polymerization may occur due to high temperatures or contamination with alkalis.Pp:AScba Sol: Miscible Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Fl. skin. strong oxidizers. skin. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 57. Abs.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 58. Ing. quinones. strong acids. iron. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.2-Epoxy propane. Symptoms.Gr: 0. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes.83 Provide: Quick drench VP: 445 mmHg FRZ: -170°F UEL: 36% LEL: 2. Propylene imine (inhibited).R. skin [in animals: nasal tumors] Swallow: Medical attention immed Propylene imine P Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C3H6O 75-56-9 TZ2975000 Ca [400 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. Propylenimine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): 3 TWA 2 ppm (5 mg/m ) [skin] None available See Appendix A 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 2 ppm (5 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless. [Note: A gas above 94°F.Pp/SaF:Pd. 2-Methylethyleneimine.] Exposure Routes. Propyleneimine.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 75-55-8 CM8050000 Ca [100 ppm] C3H7N Conversion: 1 ppm = 2.3% Class IA Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Anhydrous metal chlorides. Sp. water. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Eye.2-Propylene oxide Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 1612 See Appendix A OSHA 88 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm (240 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a benzene-like odor.

pruritus.Pp VP: Low §: ScbaF:Pd. blood n-Propyl nitrate Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C20H28O3/C21H28O5/C21H30O3/ 8003-34-7 UR4200000 5000 mg/m3 C22H30O5/C21H28O3/C22H28O5 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Cinerin I or II. Symptoms. Pyrethrum I or II [Note: Pyrethrum is a variable mixture of Cinerin.] Exposure Routes. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Erythema.07 VP: 18 mmHg FRZ: -148°F UEL: 100% LEL: 2% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. combustible materials [Note: Forms explosive mixtures with combustible materials. cyan. Jasmolin.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CH3CH2CH2ONO2 627-13-4 UK0350000 500 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. derm. asthma Breath: Resp support TO: Resp sys.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 231°F 250 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Slight 500 ppm: Sa:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Wash skin: When contam Fl. sneez.Gr: 1 (approx) 5000 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. Ing.P: 68°F §: ScbaF:Pd. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 105.P: 180-190°F 250 mg/m3: CcrFOv100/PaprTOvHie*/ Change: Daily IP: ? ScbaF/SaF Sp. Pyrethrin I or II. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Pyrethrum P 271 . Breath: Resp support lass.Gr: 1.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 3 NIOSH 5008 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 mg/m OSHA 70 Physical Description: Brown. skin. Sp. papules.Pp/SaF:Pd. and Pyrethrin. dizz. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. rhin. skin.R. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 11. anoxia.07 eV Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE Change: N. methemo. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: In animals: irrit eyes. head Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.30 mg/m3 DOT: 1865 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Propyl ester of nitric acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 25 ppm (105 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S227 (II-3) ST 40 ppm (170 mg/m ) 3 OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 25 ppm (110 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless to straw-colored liquid with an ether-like odor. dysp. skin. Jasmolin I or II.Pp:AScba MLT: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIA Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. Ing. [insecticide] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 316-374 50 mg/m3: CcrOv95*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: ? Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 125 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprOvHie* Remove: When wet or contam Fl. viscous oil or solid.

kidneys.4 mg/m (0.Pp/SaF:Pd. liver. nau.4% LEL: 1. GI tract. CNS. skin Swallow: Medical attention immed Quinone 272 . strong acids Exposure Routes.1 10 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Sublimes Wash skin: When contam 20 mg/m3: ScbaF/SaF Sol: Slight Remove: When wet or contam Fl.P: 100-200°F 100 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. derm.Pp Change: Daily IP: 9.68 eV §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Eye irrit. liver. head.98 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 16 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -44°F UEL: 12. p-Benzoquinone.24 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Azabenzene.Pp/SaF:Pd. insom. skin irrit Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.P: 68°F ScbaF/SaF 1000 ppm: SaF:Pd.1 mmHg Quick drench MLT: 240°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp. skin. Ing. Symptoms. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. fish-like odor. kera.27 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. Ing. dizz. Symptoms.32 Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE VP(77°F): 0. anor.Pp Change: N. Azine Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (15 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1613 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 ppm (15 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless to yellow liquid with a nauseating. chlorine-like odor. conj.Pyridine Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.R.42 mg/m DOT: 2587 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 79. Abs. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.4-Benzoquinone.1 125 ppm: Sa:Cf£/PaprOv£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 240°F 50 ppm: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv£/ Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl.Gr: 0. Formula: C5H5N DOT: 1282 129 CAS#: 110-86-1 RTECS#: UR8400000 IDLH: 1000 ppm Q Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: OC6H4O 106-51-4 DK2625000 100 mg/m3 3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.4 mg/m3 (0.1 ppm) (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.1 ppm) NIOSH S181 (II-4) Physical Description: Pale-yellow solid with an acrid. p-Quinone Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 108. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. anxi. IP: 9.8% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. 1.Gr: 1.4-Cyclohexadiene dioxide.

Symptoms. LEL(392°F): 1. convuls.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H4(OH)2 108-46-3 VG9625000 N. hema.R. resp sys. alkalis.Gr: 12. m-Benzenediol.R. throat. camphor.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 110.Pp/SaF:Pd. flakes. dysp. cyan. blood.D. upper resp sys. strong Class IIIB Combustible Liquid. IP: NA 2. but oxidizers & bases may be difficult to ignite.P: 261°F Wash skin: When contam IP: 8. crystals.50 mg/m3 DOT: 2876 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: 1. liver changes. plates. as Rh) Formula: Rh (metal) CAS#: 7440-16-6 (metal) RTECS#: IDLH: VI9069000 100 mg/m3 (as Rh) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Rhodium metal: Elemental rhodium Synonyms of other insoluble rhodium compounds vary depending upon the specific compound.1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.63 eV Remove: When wet or contam Sp.Pp:AScba LEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE Metal: Noncombustible Solid in bulk form. Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. oxygen difluoride Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. m-Hydroxyphenol Exposure Limits: Measurement NIOSH REL: TWA 10 ppm (45 mg/m3) Methods (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5701 ST 20 ppm (90 mg/m ) OSHA PEL†: none OSHA PV2053 Physical Description: White needles.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: N. Skin: Water wash immed Breath: Resp support restless. Ing.1 mg/m NIOSH S188 (II-3) Physical Description: Metal: White.Gr: 1.41 (metal) 5 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ VP: 0 mmHg (approx) ScbaF/SaF MLT: 3571°F 100 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. 3-Hydroxyphenol. spirit nitrous ether. CVS.. BP: 6741°F 0. hard. [Note: Turns pink on exposure to air or light. skin. Sol: 110% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Fl. [Note: Hygroscopic (i. drow. dizz. nose.R. derm TO: Eyes. Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 102.0002 mmHg Provide: Eyewash MLT: 228°F UEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acetanilide. ferric salts. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh Swallow: Medical attention immed SY: Possible resp sens TO: Resp sys R 273 . Sp. Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.R. 1.R.3-Benzenediol. m-Dihydroxybenzene. incr heart rate.] Exposure Routes. liver. kidneys Resorcinol Rhodium (metal fume and insoluble compounds. ductile.9 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N. Fl.5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N. menthol.1 (see Table 2): BP: 531°F Skin: Prevent skin contact Not available. skin. hypothermia. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. or contact with iron. albumin. Swallow: Medical attention immed spleen. CNS. kidney. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chlorine trifluoride.3-Dihydroxybenzene.4% antipyrine.Pp UEL: NA §: ScbaF:Pd.27 Change: Daily VP(77°F): 0. bluish skin. Symptoms.P: NA 1 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: N. malleable solid with a bluish-gray luster. methemo. or powder with a faint odor.e. absorbs moisture from the air). spleen. but flammable as dust or powder.

blood plasma Swallow: Medical attention immed Ronnel 274 . Symptoms. Ing. Con Skin: Water flush SY: In animals: irrit eyes.0008 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE MLT: 106°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.004% 250 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprOvHie Remove: When wet or contam Fl.O-Dimethyl O-(2. Symptoms.P: NA 300 mg/m3: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Change: Daily IP: ? PaprTOvHie*/ScbaF/SaF Sp.Gr(77°F): 1.5-trichlorophenyl) phosphorothioate. as Rh) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: 2 mg/m3 (as Rh) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific soluble rhodium compound. Fenchlorophos Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m3 OSHA PV2054 Physical Description: White to light-tan. 2 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.01 mg/m3: 100XQ*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact upon the specific soluble Wash skin: When contam 0.49 §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Escape: 100F/ScbaE Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact Properties vary depending 0. liver. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: In animals: irrit eyes. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed R Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3O)2P(S)OC6H2Cl3 299-84-3 TG0525000 300 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: O. kidney damage Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. kidneys.Pp/SaF:Pd.05 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie*/ScbaF/SaF Change: N.025 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* rhodium compound. crystalline solid.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 321.4. [insecticide] [Note: A liquid above 106°F. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.Rhodium (soluble compounds. liver.R. CNS damage Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.Pp §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp:AScba VP(77°F): 0. Remove: When wet or contam 0.001 mg/m Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific soluble rhodium compound. Ing.6 100 mg/m3: CcrOv95/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Sol(77°F): 0.001 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S189 (II-3) OSHA PEL: TWA 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. chol inhibition. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.

clonic convuls. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys [nasal cancer. nau. acetaldehyde. pyrolysis products (as formaldehyde) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: N. [insecticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 394.Pp:AScba UEL: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.00004 mmHg 2500 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. Properties vary depending Skin: N. or Malonaldehyde)] TO: Eyes. Acetaldehyde. Acetaldehyde.Rosin core solder. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: Not available. Rosin core soldering flux pyrolysis products Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL*: TWA 0. or malonaldehyde. ethane. CNS Formula: C23H22O6 DOT: CAS#: 83-79-4 RTECS#: DJ2800000 IDLH: 2500 mg/m3 R 275 . musc tremor. Acetaldehyde. or Malonaldehyde)] Rotenone Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1.R. stupor Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.27 ScbaF/SaF VP: <0. In the presence of Formaldeyde.Pp/SaF:Pd. nose.4 5 mg/m3: CcrOv95/Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 125 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprOvHie Remove: When wet or contam Fl.9-dimethoxy-2-(1-methylethenyl)-[1]benzopyrano[3. skin. methane.P: ? 250 mg/m3: CcrFOv100/GmFOv100/ Change: Daily IP: ? PaprTOvHie/SaT:Cf/ Sp.3-h][1]benzopyran-6(6aH)-one Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5007 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 mg/m Physical Description: Colorless to red. methyl alcohol.R.R. resp sys. Remove: N.1 mg/m3 NIOSH 2541. odorless. alkalis Exposure Routes. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. Wash skin: N.Pp MLT: 330°F §: ScbaF:Pd. numb muc memb. aliphatic aldehydes. Breath: Resp support abdom pain. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Rosin flux pyrolysis products.Pp/SaF:Pd.12. thyroid gland tumors in animals (in the presence of Formaldehyde. Symptoms.Pp:AScba Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes. upper resp sys [carc (in the presence of Breath: Resp support Formaldehyde.R. CO & CO2. skin.D.Gr: 1. upon the specific rosin core Eyes: N.] OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Pyrolysis products of rosin core solder include acetone. 3500 [*Note: ”Ca” in the presence of formaldehyde. various abietic acids (the major components of rosin).4-b]furo[2. Symptoms. NIOSH ¥: ScbaF:Pd.2.R. See Appendices A & C (Aldehydes).12a-Tetrahydro-8. throat. inco. Ing. vomit. solder being used. or Malonaldehyde: Change: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. crystalline solid.

cadmium First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin. carbon monoxide. garlic breath. bron. potassium bromate. resp sys. [Note: Occurs as an impurity in most sulfide ores. Red iron oxide. Sp. spleen Selenium 276 . Iron oxide red.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Fe2O3 1309-37-1 NO7400000 N. cirr.D. derm. chills.R. head.28 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 392°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids.R. blood. IP: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE Provide: Quick drench Sp. skin. red to gray solid.] Physical Description: Amorphous or crystalline.Gr: 4. red powder of ferric oxide. 7301.R.P: NA §: ScbaF:Pd.R. spleen damage TO: Eyes. fever. resp sys TO: Eyes. skin burns.2 mg/m [*Note: The REL and PEL also apply to other selenium 9102. resp sys Rouge S Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Se 7782-49-2 VS7700000 1 mg/m3 (as Se) Conversion: DOT: 2658 152 (powder) Synonyms/Trade Names: Elemental selenium. Eyes: N. skin. strong oxidizers. kidney. nose. eye. GI dist.R. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Iron(III)oxide. BP: ? Not available. 0600 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: A fine. [Note: Usually used in cake form or impregnated in paper or cloth. Fl. Ing. chromium trioxide. BP: 1265°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble PaprHie*/Sa*/ScbaF Remove: When wet or contam Fl.0 1 mg/m3: Qm*/95XQ*/100F/PaprHie*/ Eyes: N.Pp/SaF:Pd. hydrogen peroxide First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. in animals: Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed anemia. liver nec. IP: NA Change: N. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes. Symptoms. 7303.7 Skin: N. Red oxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: See Appendix D (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) NIOSH 0500. skin. vis dist.R. Selenium alloy Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL*: TWA 0.Pp:AScba Change: N.24 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 2849°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Calcium hypochlorite.Gr: 5. liver. throat. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. kidneys. dysp. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N.2 mg/m3 3 NIOSH 7300. OSHA PEL*: TWA 0.P: NA Remove: N. Skin: Soap wash immed metallic taste. S190 (II-7) OSHA ID121 compounds (as Se) except Selenium hexafluoride.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 159.R.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 79. Symptoms.

20 ScbaF/SaF VP: 0 mmHg (approx) 3000 mg/m3: Sa:Pd.R.Pp/SaF:Pd.P: NA §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp MLT: 3110°F §: ScbaF:Pd.5 ppm: Sa Eyes: N. oxygen difluoride.Gr: 2. Fl.Selenium hexafluoride Conversion: 1 ppm = 7. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes. IP: ? Escape: GmFS/ScbaE RGasD: 6. Sol: Insoluble 2 ppm: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Remove: N. Fl. Precipitated amorphous silica.R.R.R. Diatomaceous silica.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: N. Symptoms. 60 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Sol: Insoluble Remove: N.25 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: N.P: NA 150 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: N.0 0.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.05 ppm (0. IP: NA 300 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Sp. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N. edema TO: Resp sys Formula: SeF6 DOT: 2194 125 CAS#: 7783-79-1 RTECS#: VS9450000 IDLH: 2 ppm Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: SiO2 7631-86-9 VV7310000 3000 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Diatomaceous earth.R. Symptoms.Pp:AScba Change: N. [Note: Amorphous silica is the non-crystalline form of SiO2.4 mg/m ) None available Physical Description: Colorless gas. MW: 60.R.R. odorless powder.R.89 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Selenium fluoride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. amorphous S 277 . Diatomite. chlorine trifluoride First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. resp sys Silica. pneumoconiosis TO: Eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh SY: In animals: pulm irrit.1 30 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N. Silicon dioxide (amorphous) Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 6 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 20 mppcf [(80 mg/m )/%SiO2] NIOSH 7501 Physical Description: Transparent to gray.66 VP: >1 atm FRZ: -59°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water [Note: Hydrolyzes very slowly in cold water.05 ppm (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. Silica gel.R.Pp:AScba UEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Fluorine. BP: 4046°F Wash skin: N. MW: 193.R. BP: -30°F 1.

Fl. 25 mg/m3: Sa:Pd.5 mg/m3: 95XQ Sol: Insoluble Eyes: N. [carc] TO: Eyes. 2. Sp. odorless solid. fluorine. progressive resp symptoms (silicosis). Noncombustible Solid acetylene. IP: NA Change: N.66 Change: N.Silica.R. alkaline carbonates Exposure Routes.5 mg/m3: 100F/PaprTHie Sp. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N.1 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 4046°F Skin: N. calcium.R. 7601. upper resp sys. Fl. Tripoli Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 7500. tripoli)] Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Cristobalite.R. skin.. hydrogen peroxide. needle-like crystals. cesium carbide. [Note: The amorphous form is a dark-brown powder.R. 7602 TWA 0.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 60. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Cough. crystalline (as respirable dust) Formula: SiO2 CAS#: 14808-60-7 RTECS#: VV7330000 IDLH: Ca [25 mg/m3 (cristobalite.R. oxygen difluoride. skin.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 28.Gr(77°F): 2. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Tridymite. etc. manganese trioxide. Quartz. decr pulm func.R. BP: 4271°F Not available. 0.P: NA Wash skin: N.P: NA Remove: N. dysp. tridymite). [Note: A component of many mineral dusts. oxidizers.] Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) 3 NIOSH 0500. irrit eyes. lustrous. resp sys [in animals: lung cancer] Silicon S Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: Elemental silicon [Note: Does not occur free in nature. 50 mg/m3 (quartz. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) TWA 5 mg/m3 (resp) Physical Description: Black to gray. Symptoms. but is found in silicon dioxide (silica) & in various silicates. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes. 278 .Pp:AScba MLT: 3110°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Powerful oxidizers: fluorine.33 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 2570°F UEL: NA LEL: NA MEC: 160 g/m3 Combustible Solid in powder form. ammonia Exposure Routes. wheez. resp sys Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: Si 7440-21-3 VW0400000 DOT: 1346 170 (amorphous powder) IDLH: N.Pp/SaF:Pd. Ing. cough Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Symptoms.05 mg/m OSHA ID142 See Appendix A OSHA PEL: See Appendix C (Mineral Dusts) Physical Description: Colorless.Pp VP: 0 mmHg (approx) §: ScbaF:Pd. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chlorine.D.R.R.R. 1.25 mg/m3: PaprHie/Sa:Cf IP: NA Remove: N. chlorine LEL: NA trifluoride.Gr: 2.1 Skin: N.

R. cough Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.R. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 40. Sol: Decomposes Wash skin: N. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Halogens (bromine. Eyes: N.R. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Carbon silicide. IP: ? Change: N.R.D.R.P: NA Remove: N. skin.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: SiC 409-21-2 VW0450000 N. BP: Sublimes Not available. skin. Conversion: 1 ppm = 1.31 mg/m3 DOT: 2203 116 Synonyms/Trade Names: Monosilane. iridescent crystals. CNS Silicon tetrahydride S 279 . Eyes: N. antimony pentachloride. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 32. chlorine. resp sys.P: NA (Gas) Remove: N. Silane.R.] Exposure Routes. resp sys Silicon carbide Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: SiH4 7803-62-5 VV1400000 N. RGasD: 1. head TO: Eyes. IP: 9.23 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 4892°F (Sublimes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported [Note: Sublimes with decomposition at 4892°F. Fl. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. skin. tin(IV) chloride). BP: -169°F Not available. carbonyl chloride. Carborundum®. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. water Exposure Routes. muc memb.1 Skin: N.D.R. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes. Sp.Gr: 3. Ing. skin.R. Fl. upper resp sys.30 eV Change: N. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Yellow to green to bluish-black. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh SY: Irrit eyes.R.1 Skin: N. nau.11 VP: >1 atm FRZ: -301°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Flammable Gas (may ignite SPONTANEOUSLY in air). Symptoms.R. Silicon monocarbide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500. Symptoms. Silicane Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (7 mg/m3) (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless gas with a repulsive odor.

eyes Soapstone (containing less than 1% quartz) Formula: 3MgO-4SiO2-H2O CAS#: RTECS#: VV8780000 IDLH: 3000 mg/m3 S Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Massive talc. skin. basal crackles.R. dysp. bromoazide.R.R. CVS Measurement Methods (see Table 1): NIOSH 0500 Respirator Recommendations (see Tables 3 and 4): NIOSH 30 mg/m3: Qm 60 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa 150 mg/m3: PaprHie 300 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf*/PaprTHie*/ ScbaF/SaF 3000 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Table 2): Properties: Skin: N.5 mg/m3: 100F/ScbaF/SaF 10 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.9 BP: 3632°F Sol: Insoluble Fl. Fl.Pp §: ScbaF:Pd.01 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.P: NA Change: N.Gr: 2. irrit. hydrogen peroxide. ulceration skin. cor pulmonale TO: Resp sys.P: NA IP: NA Sp. cyan.49 (metal) VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1761°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Metal: Noncombustible Solid.01 mg/m NIOSH 7300. ammonia. skin. ethyleneimine. tartaric acid Exposure Routes. but flammable in form of dust or powder.7-2. oxalic acid. Chemical & Physical Properties: MW: 107.Pp/SaF:Pd. Skin: Water flush Breath: Resp support GI dist Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Nasal septum. BP: ? Wash skin: N. nasal septum. 7301. digital clubbing. Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Table 2): Skin: Prevent skin contact Eyes: Prevent eye contact Wash skin: When contam Remove: When wet or contam (AgNO3) Change: Daily Provide: Eyewash Respirator Recommendations (see Tables 3 and 4): NIOSH/OSHA 0. IP: NA Sp. Con SY: Pneumoconiosis: cough.Silver (metal dust and soluble compounds. Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. white-gray powder. Sol: Insoluble Remove: N.Pp:AScba Escape: 100F/ScbaE First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Breath: Resp support 280 .Gr: 10.R. Symptoms. lustrous solid.Pp/SaF:Pd. MW: 379. Soapstone silicate.Pp §: ScbaF:Pd.8 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: ? UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes.3 Eyes: N. Ing. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Blue-gray eyes.R. throat.Pp:AScba Escape: 100F/ScbaE Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acetylene. chlorine trifluoride.25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/PaprHie£ 0. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Steatite Exposure Limits: NIOSH REL: TWA 6 mg/m3 (total) TWA 3 mg/m3 (resp) OSHA PEL†: TWA 20 mppcf Physical Description: Odorless. 9102 OSHA ID121 Physical Description: Metal: White. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. as Ag) Formula: Ag (metal) CAS#: 7440-22-4 (metal) RTECS#: VW3500000 (metal) IDLH: 10 mg/m3 (as Ag) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Silver metal: Argentum Synonyms of soluble silver compounds such as Silver nitrate (AgNO3) vary depending upon the specific compound.

Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. stiff spine. resp sys. CNS. skeleton. head.0 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes Not available. abdom pain. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 209.Gr: 1. Symptoms. thirst. low BP.04% 25 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* Remove: When wet or contam Fl. skin.85 Provide: Eyewash VP: ? MLT: 527°F (Decomposes) Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid (if heated above 572°F).D.90 250 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. Cryolite. Breath: Resp support bradycardia. calcification of ligaments of ribs. odorless.9 12. Ing.70 eV Change: Daily Sp. metals. Azium. diarr.Pp:AScba MLT: 1832°F Escape: 100F+/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA +Note: May need acid gas sorbent Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. water [Note: Over a period of time. Ing. resp sys. pelvis Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. crystalline solid. salv. Cryodust. Symptoms. [pesticide] [Note: Forms hydrazoic acid (HN3) in water. kidney changes Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. or solder in plumbing systems to form an accumulation of the HIGHLY EXPLOSIVE compounds of lead azide & copper azide.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Na3AlF6 15096-52-3 WA9625000 250 mg/m3 (as F) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Cryocide. kidneys Sodium aluminum fluoride (as F) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NaN3 26628-22-8 VY8050000 N.5 mg/m OSHA ID110 [*Note: The REL and PEL also apply to other inorganic.P: NA 62.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie*+ Change: Daily IP: NA 125 mg/m3: 100F+/ScbaF/SaF Sp. Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Fresh air sweat.] Physical Description: Colorless to dark odorless solid. CNS. lass. ID211 C 0. Abs. Sodium hexafluoroaluminate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: TWA 2. Conversion: DOT: 1687 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: Azide.5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7902 OSHA PEL*: TWA 2. CVS.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 65. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: 11. dizz.5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Sol: 0. solid fluorides (as F). skin. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(63°F): 42% Wash skin: When contam Fl.Pp VP: 0 mmHg (approx) §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 2.] Exposure Routes. brass. kidneys Sodium azide S 281 . sodium azide may react with copper. lead. derm. Sodium salt of hydrazoic acid Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 0. nau. [pesticide] [Note: Loses color on heating. blurred vision.3 mg/m (as NaN3) [skin] OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless to white.1 ppm (as HN3) [skin] 3 OSHA ID121.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin.

Gr: 1.Pp/SaF:Pd. blood changes Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.R. Sp. skin. skin. conf. Con SY: Irrit eyes. Sodium acid bisulfite. granular or crystalline solid with a faint.] Exposure Routes.P: NA Remove: N. nau.] Exposure Routes. muc memb Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. chlorates & nitrates) [Note: Absorbs moisture from the air forming a syrup.1 Skin: N. 3414 157 (solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Sodium salt of hydrocyanic acid Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL*: C 5 mg/m3 (4. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 49.R. blood Sodium cyanide (as CN) 282 . thyroid. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. incr resp Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support rate. IP: NA Change: N. Ing. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 104. CNS.Pp:AScba Fl.7 ppm) [10-minute] 3 NIOSH 6010. head. Eyes: N. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers (such as acids. Symptoms. asphy. Conversion: DOT: 2693 154 (solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Monosodium salt of sulfurous acid. Ing. Sodium bisulphite. acid salts. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes. skin. vomit. Symptoms.R. Sodium hydrogen sulfite Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 NIOSH 0500 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: White crystals or powder with a slight odor of sulfur dioxide. almond-like odor.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam Escape: GmFS100/ScbaE IP: NA Change: Daily Sp. lass.D. BP: Decomposes Not available. Sol: 29% Wash skin: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. CVS. Abs. slow gasping respiration. skin.] Physical Description: White.R.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NaHSO3 7631-90-5 VZ2000000 N.60 Provide: Eyewash VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1047°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid.R.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 2725°F 25 mg/m3: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 58% Wash skin: When contam §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 1. resp sys Sodium bisulfite S Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NaCN 143-33-9 VZ7525000 25 mg/m3 (as CN) Conversion: DOT: 1689 157 (solid). thyroid.48 VP: ? MLT: Decomposes UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Heat (decomposes) [Note: Slowly oxidized to the sulfate on exposure to air. but contact with acids releases highly flammable hydrogen cyanide. 7904 OSHA PEL*: TWA 5 mg/m [*Note: The REL and PEL also apply to other cyanides (as CN) except Hydrogen cyanide. Fl.

0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes 0.] Physical Description: Odorless. salv. Symptoms. Sodium monofluoride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL*: TWA 2. nystagmus. resp sys. solid fluorides (as F).05 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Fluffy. thirst.Pp MLT: 1819°F §: ScbaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: Daily Sp. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 4% Wash skin: When contam Fl. Ing.] [rodenticide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 100. facial pares.5 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ Provide: Quick drench VP: Low ScbaF/SaF MLT: 392°F §: ScbaF:Pd.05 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S301 (II-5) ST 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. odorless powder. pelvis Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. diarr. CNS Sodium fluoroacetate S 283 . kidney damage TO: Resp sys. card arrhy.78 125 mg/m3: 100F+/ScbaF/SaF VP: 0 mmHg (approx) 250 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. CVS. resp sys.Gr: ? 2. abdom pain.15 mg/m [skin] 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0. pulsus Breath: Resp support altenans. [Note: A liquid above 95°F. twitch face musc. liver. anxi. nau. [Note: Pesticide grade is often dyed blue. kidneys Sodium fluoride (as F) CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 62-74-8 AH9100000 2. Breath: Fresh air sweat. colorless to white (sometimes dyed black). liver.Pp/SaF:Pd. Ing. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 3099°F 12. Abs. pulm edema.5 mg/m3 FCH2COONa Conversion: DOT: 2629 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: SFA. kidneys.5 mg/m OSHA ID110 [*Note: The REL and PEL also apply to other inorganic. stiff spine.Pp:AScba UEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. calcification of ligaments of ribs. Sodium monofluoroacetate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. 7906 OSHA PEL*: TWA 2.Gr: 2.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie*+ Change: Daily Sp. tacar. CNS.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 42. skeleton.P: NA 0. skin.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NaF 7681-49-4 WB0350000 250 mg/m3 (as F) Conversion: DOT: 1690 154 Synonyms/Trade Names: Floridine. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Vomit.25 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl. white powder or colorless crystals. ectopic heartbeat.5 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 1. auditory halu.5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7902.Pp:AScba UEL: NA Escape: 100F+/ScbaE LEL: NA +Note: May need acid gas sorbent Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. derm.P: NA 25 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA 62. Swallow: Medical attention immed convuls. Symptoms.

Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. resp sys Sodium metabisulfite 284 . tin & zinc.] Exposure Routes. BP: Decomposes Not available. muc memb. granular form).R. skin.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 2534°F 10 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/100F/PaprHie£/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 111% Wash skin: When contam Fl. resp sys Sodium hydroxide S Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Na2S2O5 7681-57-4 UX8225000 N. metals such as aluminum. muc memb Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.4 VP: ? MLT: >302°F (Decomposes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Heat (decomposes) [Note: Slowly oxidized to the sulfate on exposure to air & moisture. solid). Soda lye.Gr: 2. Eyes: N. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 40. skin burns. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes.Pp:AScba Change: Daily Sp. eye.R. odorless solid (flakes. but when in contact with water may generate sufficient heat to ignite combustible materials. flammable liquids.Pp/SaF:Pd. Lye. acids.P: NA Remove: N.] Exposure Routes.R.D. Ing. Sodium hydrate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 2 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7401 OSHA PEL†: TWA 2 mg/m Physical Description: Colorless to white. skin. Ing. pneu. temporary Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support loss of hair Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. nitromethane [Note: Corrosive to metals. Fl. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes. Sp. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 190.R.13 Escape: 100F/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 605°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: NaOH 1310-73-2 WB4900000 10 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1823 154 (dry. organic halogens. skin.Gr: 1. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Disodium pyrosulfite. Sol: 54% Wash skin: N.P: NA ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA §: ScbaF:Pd. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water. beads. skin. IP: NA Change: N. Sodium metabisulphite. Sodium pyrosulfite Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 NIOSH 0500 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: White to yellowish crystals or powder with an odor of sulfur dioxide. Symptoms.1 Skin: N. 1824 154 (solution) Synonyms/Trade Names: Caustic soda. Symptoms.R.

acids.10 mg/m DOT: 2676 119 Synonyms/Trade Names: Antimony hydride.5 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: N. α-Starch. resp sys Stibine 3 S 285 .R. Symptoms. Sorghum gum. Ing.8 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N. chest pain. halogenated hydrocarbons. Fl. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA Change: Daily Sp.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: varies Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes Not available. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. derm.R. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Fine.P: NA (Gas) 5 ppm: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Remove: N. ozone. Rice starch. chlorine. hema.D.31 Escape: GmFS/ScbaE VP: >1 atm FRZ: -126°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Flammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Acids. Sol: Slight 2. cough.5 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6008 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. muc memb. ammonia First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.51 eV §: ScbaF:Pd. Starch gum. lass. Tapioca starch Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) 3 NIOSH 0500. odorless powder. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 124. liver. RGasD: 4. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: Daily Fl. pulm irrit TO: Blood.R.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin. lumbar pain.5 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a disagreeable odor like hydrogen sulfide. Synonyms/Trade Names: Corn starch. Antimony trihydride.1 ppm (0. Hydrogen antimonide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. alkalis Exposure Routes. white. Symptoms. nau. Target Organs (see Table 5): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh SY: Head.Starch Conversion: Formula: (C6H10O5)n DOT: CAS#: 9005-25-8 RTECS#: GM5090000 IDLH: N. oxidizers. hemolytic anemia.Pp:AScba Change: N.R. jaun.R. rhin Breath: Fresh air TO: Eyes. moisture. kidneys.1 ppm (0.Gr: 1. [Note: A carbohydrate polymer composed of 25% amylose & 75% amylpectin. but may form explosive mixture with air. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: SbH3 7803-52-3 WJ0700000 5 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. skin.45 VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: Decomposes UEL: NA LEL: NA MEC: 50 g/m3 Noncombustible Solid. BP: -1°F 1 ppm: Sa Eyes: N. IP: 9. iodine. abdom pain.

R. cyan. odorless.15 mg/m3 3 NIOSH 5016 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.Pp VP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd.R. in animals: kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.4 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes 0. Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: Varies 3500 mg/m3: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 309-396°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 8750 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprOv* Remove: When wet or contam Fl. kidneys Stoddard solvent Formula: S Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C21H22N2O2 57-24-9 WL2275000 3 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1692 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: Nux vomica.Pp/SaF:Pd. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Stiff neck. Petroleum solvent. throat. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Ing. nose. Mineral spirits. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.000 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1268 128 (petroleum distillates.o.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: 8052-41-3 WJ8925000 20.Gr: 0. Symptoms.000 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. dizz.P: ? 1. Ing.Pp/SaF:Pd.P: 102-110°F 17. restless. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. n.5 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: N. boiling point of 309-396°F.Pp:AScba FRZ: ? Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.Gr: 1. chemical pneu (aspir Breath: Resp support liquid).78 20. incr acuity of perception.500 mg/m3: CcrFOv/GmFOv/PaprTOv*/ Change: N. CNS. but difficult to ignite. [pesticide] Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 334. skin. and containing >65% C10 or higher hydrocarbons. resp sys.s.02% Wash skin: When contam Fl.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 350 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1550 C 1800 mg/m [15-minute] 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 500 ppm (2900 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a kerosene-like odor. Spotting naphtha [Note: A refined petroleum solvent with a flash point of 102-110°F.36 ScbaF/SaF VP: Low §: ScbaF:Pd. derm. facial musc. Sol: 0.R. IP: ? 3 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie/100F/ Change: Daily Sp.Pp:AScba MLT: 514°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid. incr Breath: Resp support reflex excitability. Strynchnos Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. anxi.75 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N.) Synonyms/Trade Names: Dry cleaning safety solvent.15 mg/m Physical Description: Colorless to white. Symptoms. crystalline solid. tetanic convuls with opisthotonos Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS Strychnine 286 . IP: ? ScbaF/SaF Sp.

catalysts for vinyl polymers.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 28. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Subtilisin Carlsburg [Note: Commercial proteolytic enzymes are used in laundry detergents. resp sys. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Bacillus subtilis. mal. repro sys Styrene Subtilisins Formula: CAS#: 1395-21-7 (BPN) 9014-01-1 (Carlsburg) RTECS#: CO9450000 (BPN) CO9550000 (Carlsburg) IDLH: N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. floral odor. conf.91 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE VP: 5 mmHg FRZ: -23°F UEL: 6. skin. strong acids. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. dizz. resp sys.R. repro effects Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. 89 OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm C 200 ppm 600 ppm (5-minute maximum peak in any 3 hours) Physical Description: Colorless to yellow. head.Pp/SaF:Pd. narco. Subtilisin BPN. liver.03% 700 ppm: Sa:Cf*/CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Wash skin: When contam Fl.000 (approx) Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available.9% Class IC Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. Usually contains an inhibitor such as tert-butylcatechol. possible liver inj.00006 mg/m3 [60-minute] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Light-colored. flu-like symptoms. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 104.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: ST 0. resp sys.D.26 mg/m3 DOT: 2055 128P (inhibited) Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethenyl benzene.Gr: 0. drow. Symptoms. skin.2 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 293°F 500 ppm: CcrOv*/Sa* Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. unsteady Skin: Water flush Breath: Resp support gait. Sp. skin. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: Irrit eyes. Symptoms. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: ? Wash skin: When contam Fl.8% LEL: 0. Styrol. lass.] Exposure Routes. Bacillus subtilis Carlsburg.P: 88°F Remove: When wet (flamm) IP: 8. peroxides. breathlessness. free-flowing powders. wheez Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Pp:AScba Change: N. CNS.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5CH=CH2 100-42-5 WL3675000 700 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4. resp sens (enzyme asthma): sweat. Proteolytic enzymes. cough. 3800 ST 100 ppm (425 mg/m ) OSHA 9. resp sys S 287 . Phenylethylene. [Note: A protein containing numerous amino acids.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA Change: Daily Sp.Gr: ? VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: ? UEL: NA LEL: NA Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. aluminum chloride [Note: May polymerize if contaminated or subjected to heat. nose. oily liquid with a sweet. defatting derm.40 eV PaprOv*/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. Bacillus subtilis BPN. Styrene monomer. Ing. head. Breath: Resp support chest pain. Ing. Vinyl benzene Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 50 ppm (215 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1501. Abs.

0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 15 mg/m (total) TWA 5 mg/m3 (resp) Physical Description: Hard. [Note: May have a characteristic. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Not available.P: 270°F 250 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. Table sugar Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) 3 NIOSH 0500.3 (see Table 2): BP: Decomposes Skin: N. Fl. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Beet sugar. head. skin. resp sys.D. Con SY: Irrit eyes.Pp:AScba Change: Daily Sp. Saccarose. Granulated sugar.Pp/SaF:Pd. NCCH2CH2CN Conversion: 1 ppm = 3.99 Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Provide: Eyewash VP(212°F): 2 mmHg MLT: 134°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh. upper resp sys. Confectioner's sugar.D. CNS.2-Dicyanoethane.R. lass. VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 320-367°F (Decomposes) UEL: NA LEL: NA MEC: 45 g/m3 Noncombustible Solid. caramel odor when heated. Ing.59 Change: N. odorless.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 80. nitric acid dust may explode. skin.R. Breath: Resp support blurred vision.] Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 342. dizz. cough TO: Eyes.28 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Butanedinitrile. Succinic dinitrile Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 6 ppm (20 mg/m3) NIOSH Nitriles Criteria Document OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless. Ethylene dicyanide. sulfuric acid. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. or powder. Symptoms. IP: NA Remove: N.R. resp sys First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Breath: Fresh air 288 .P: NA Wash skin: N. Sugar. convuls. Dinile. Con Skin: Water wash immed SY: Irrit eyes. conf.Gr: 1. 1. Sucrose Exposure Routes. Sp. nau. Rock candy.R. Abs.1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 509°F 60 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 13% 150 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: When contam Fl. abdom pain.Gr: 0. resp sys. odorless crystals. lumps. waxy solid. Symptoms. skin. Sol: 200% Eyes: N. white. Ethylene cyanide. but fine airborne Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers. dysp. CVS Succinonitrile S Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C12H22O11 57-50-1 WN6500000 N.R. Cane sugar. [Note: Forms cyanide in the body.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 110-61-2 WN3850000 N.

Breath: Resp support emotional upset. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. liquid: frostbite TO: Eyes.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1000 ppm (6000 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6602 OSHA PEL: TWA 1000 ppm (6000 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless.30 eV Change: N.003% Wash skin: N. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh Skin: Frostbite SY: Asphy: incr breath rate.Pp:AScba Change: N.P: NA 100 ppm: CcrFS/GmFS/PaprTS*/ Remove: When wet or contam IP: 12. rhin. Sulfur oxide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (5 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 3800. [Note: A liquid below 14°F. cough. Condenses directly to a solid upon cooling.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: SO2 7446-09-5 WS4550000 100 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. Fl.5 atm FRZ: -83°F (Sublimes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Disilane Exposure Routes. vomit. pulse rate.Pp/SaF:Pd. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas.11 Provide: Frostbite wash VP: 21. Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. ID200 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (13 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a characteristic.R. ammonia. slight musc inco.R.1 Skin: Frostbite BP: Sublimes Not available.] Exposure Routes. pungent odor. IP: 19. water. 6004 ST 5 ppm (13 mg/m ) 3 OSHA ID104. nau. odorless gas.2 atm Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Provide: Frostbite wash FRZ: -104°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Powdered alkali metals (such as sodium & potassium). Symptoms. zinc.D. Eyes: Frostbite Sol(77°F): 0.R.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 146.98 mg/m3 DOT: 1080 126 Synonyms/Trade Names: Sulfur fluoride [Note: May contain highly toxic sulfur pentafluoride as an impurity.62 mg/m3 DOT: 1079 125 Synonyms/Trade Names: Sulfurous acid anhydride. convuls.1 NIOSH Skin: Frostbite BP: 14°F 20 ppm: CcrS*/Sa* Eyes: Frostbite Sol: 10% 50 ppm: Sa:Cf*/PaprS* Wash skin: N.30 eV RGasD: 2. throat. lass. irritating. Sulfurous oxide. brass.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 64. copper [Note: Reacts with water to form sulfurous acid (H2SO3). Fl. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. reflex Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support bronchoconstriction.R. resp sys Sulfur dioxide Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: SF6 2551-62-4 WS4900000 N.26 SaT:Cf*/ScbaF/SaF (liquid) §: ScbaF:Pd. skin. liquid: frostbite TO: Resp sys Sulfur hexafluoride S 289 . choking.R. RGasD: 5. nose. Con Eye: Frostbite SY: Irrit eyes.P: NA Remove: N. aluminum. VP: 3.

irritating odor. lac. [Note: Pure compound is a solid below 51°F. Sulfuric acid (aqueous) Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7903 OSHA PEL: TWA 1 mg/m OSHA ID113. powdered metals [Note: Reacts violently with water with evolution of heat.Gr: 1. skin burns. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Organic materials. nauseating.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 98. Ing. Sp. Often used in an aqueous solution. derm Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. cough. teeth Sulfuric acid S Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: S2Cl2 10025-67-9 WS4300000 5 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5. Corrosive to metals.Gr: 1. sulfur. Sp. water. oily. Con SY: Irrit eyes. sulfur dioxide.R.Pp/SaF:Pd. Corrosive to metals. Hydrogen sulfate. Con SY: Irrit eyes.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.P: 245°F ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. fulminates.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: H2SO4 7664-93-9 WS5600000 15 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: 1830 137. dental erosion. nose. skin.R. ID165SG Physical Description: Colorless to dark-brown. Symptoms. Ing. Thiosulfurous dichloride Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 1 ppm (6 mg/m3) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 1 ppm (6 mg/m ) None available Physical Description: Light-amber to yellow-red. pulm edema Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam IP: 9.001 mmHg Escape: GmFAg100/ScbaE FRZ: 51°F Quick drench (>1%) UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid.84 (96-98% acid) §: ScbaF:Pd. oxides of phosphorous. eye.68 Provide: Eyewash VP: 7 mmHg FRZ: -107°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Peroxides. 1832 137 (spent) Synonyms/Trade Names: Battery acid. bron. carbides. chlorates. but capable of igniting finely divided combustible materials. eye.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash (>1%) VP: 0.Pp/SaF:Pd. skin burns.1 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 554°F 15 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/PaprAgHie£/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. 1831 137 (fuming).52 mg/m DOT: 1828 137 Synonyms/Trade Names: Sulfur chloride. sulfite. pulm edema. Symptoms. Oil of vitriol. conj. thiosulfate. skin. organics. odorless liquid.0 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 280°F 5 ppm: CcrFS/GmFS/PaprS£/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Decomposes Wash skin: When contam Fl. emphy.40 eV Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Change: N. Sulfur subchloride. throat. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support stomatis. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Sulfur monochloride 3 290 . muc memb. and hydrogen sulfide. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. skin. resp sys. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 135.P: NA CcrFAg100/GmFAg100/ Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? ScbaF/SaF Change: N. water [Note: Decomposes violently in water to form hydrochloric acid. skin. oily liquid with a pungent.] Exposure Routes.

R.25 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: N. forming hydrofluoric acid & thionyl fluoride.77 §: ScbaF:Pd. hemorr Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. lass.P: NA 0.1 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 84°F 0.42 mg/m3 DOT: 2418 125 Synonyms/Trade Names: Tetrafluorosulfurane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 0. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.Pp Change: N. skin. concentrated sulfuric acid. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 254. skin.5 atm FRZ: -185°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Moisture. Ing.39 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Disulfur decafluoride. Symptoms.025 ppm (0.63 eV Change: N.Gr(32°F): 2.4 mg/m3) OSHA ID110 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Colorless gas with an odor like sulfur dioxide.R.R. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.08 Escape: GmFAg/ScbaE VP: 561 mmHg Quick drench FRZ: -134°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Frostbite ER: Inh. muc memb. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. RGasD: 3.D. eye.25 mg/m ) None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid or gas (above 84°F) with an odor like sulfur dioxide. Symptoms. Con SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 108.P: NA Remove: N. dioxygen difluoride [Note: Readily hydrolyzed by moisture. Fl.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash Sp. IP: 12. skin. liquid: frostbite.78 Provide: Frostbite wash VP(70°F): 10. resp sys.Pp/SaF:Pd. in animals: dysp. resp sys Sulfur tetrafluoride S 291 . rhin TO: Eyes. Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.R. Fl.R.5 ppm: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 1 ppm: Sa:Pd.1 ppm (0.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: S2F10 5714-22-7 WS4480000 1 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 10.1 ppm: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble 0.1 Skin: Frostbite BP: -41°F Not available. Eyes: Frostbite Sol: Reacts Wash skin: N.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. Sulfur decafluoride Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 0. skin burns (from SF4 releasing hydrofluoric Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support acid on exposure to moisture). CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Sulfur pentafluoride Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: SF4 7783-60-0 WT4800000 N. RGasD: 8. in animals: pulm edema.01 ppm (0. skin.1 mg/m3) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 0.

Symptoms. diarr. head. rhinitis. Sol: Low Wash skin: When contam Fl.18 mg/m3 DOT: 2191 123 Synonyms/Trade Names: Sulfur difluoride dioxide. musc fasc.5 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available. odorless gas. [insecticide/fumigant] [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. blurred vision. IP: 13. lass. blood chol 292 .2% 200 ppm: ScbaF/SaF Remove: N.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.D. rhin.Pp:AScba Change: N. Conversion: 1 ppm = 13. CNS. resp sys. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.1 50 ppm: Sa* Eyes: Frostbite BP: -68°F 125 ppm: Sa:Cf* Wash skin: N. CNS. convuls.Pp/SaF:Pd.P: NA §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 1. Sulprofos Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 322. pharyngitis.19 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Bolstar®.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: SO2F2 2699-79-8 WT5075000 200 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 4.R. abdom cramps.72 VP(70°F): 15. skin. pulm edema. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. dysp Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Resp sys. liquid: frostbite: in animals: narco. O-Ethyl O-(4-methylthio)phenyl S-propylphosphorodithioate Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 mg/m3 (see Table 1): NIOSH 5600 OSHA PEL†: none OSHA PV2037 Physical Description: Tan-colored liquid with a sulfide-like odor. kidneys Sulfuryl fluoride S Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C12H19O2PS3 35400-43-2 TE4165000 N.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Frostbite MW: 102. Vikane® Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 ppm (20 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 6012 ST 10 ppm (40 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (20 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless. CVS. dizz. card irreg.R. Sol(32°F): 0. vomit.R.04 eV Escape: GmFS/ScbaE Provide: Frostbite wash RGasD: 3.R.8 atm FRZ: -212°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. Sp. Symptoms. Con (liquid) Eye: Frostbite SY: Conj. kidney inj TO: Eyes. miosis. Fl.R. salv. Skin: Frostbite Breath: Resp support tremor. Ing SY: Nau.20 VP: <8 mmHg FRZ: ? UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. Eyes: N. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support chest tight. pares.

IP: NA 50 mg/m3: PaprHie/Sa:Cf Change: N.R. CVS T 293 .Pp:AScba Escape: 100F/ScbaE MLT: 307°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid. liver damage Breath: Resp support TO: Skin.R. Symptoms. white powder.P: NA 20 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: N.Gr: 2. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: N. BP: ? 10 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N. Con Skin: Soap wash SY: In animals: ataxia. crystalline solid. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Fibrotic pneumoconiosis. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: Varies NIOSH Skin: N. Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. Sp. liver. IP: ? 250 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/100F/PaprHie/ Change: N.Pp UEL: NA §: ScbaF:Pd.5 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N.4.R. Symptoms.R. Fl. resp sys.03% Wash skin: N. odorless.R. acne-like rash.Pp:AScba LEL: NA Escape: 100F/ScbaE Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. [herbicide] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 255.80 ScbaF/SaF VP: 1 x 10-7 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd. Steatite talc Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 2 mg/m3 (resp) NIOSH P&CAM355 (III) OSHA PEL†: TWA 20 mppcf Physical Description: Odorless.Gr: 1. irrit eyes TO: Eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd.5-T Talc (containing no asbestos and less than 1% quartz) Formula: Mg3Si4O10(OH)2 CAS#: 14807-96-6 RTECS#: WW2710000 IDLH: 1000 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Hydrous magnesium silicate. Sol(77°F): 0.70-2.R. Fl.Pp/SaF:Pd. GI tract Swallow: Medical attention immed 2.5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5001 OSHA PEL: TWA 10 mg/m Physical Description: Colorless to tan. skin irrit. Ing.P: ? 100 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: N.80 100 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ VP: 0 mmHg (approx) ScbaF/SaF MLT: 1652°F to 1832°F 1000 mg/m3: Sa:Pd.R. but burns with difficulty. Sp.4.R.R. BP: Decomposes 50 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: AJ8400000 250 mg/m3 Cl3C6H2OCH2COOH 93-76-5 Conversion: DOT: 2765 152 Synonyms/Trade Names: 2.R.

9 (see Table 2): NIOSH/OSHA BP: 9797°F Skin: N. Sulfotep. head. blurred vision. Breath: Resp support nau. CVS.18 mg/m DOT: 1704 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: Bladafum®. card irreg TO: Eyes.P: NA Wash skin: N.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 322. eye pain.20 §: ScbaF:Pd. resp sys. ignites SPONTANEOUSLY in air. vomit. 25 mg/m3: Qm Sol: Insoluble Eyes: N. skin.R.Gr: 16. lac. blood chol TEDP 3 294 . Cheyne-Stokes Swallow: Medical attention immed respiration. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. bromine trifluoride. local sweat. powder Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. skin.Pp:AScba Provide: Eyewash VP: 0.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. diarr. CNS. resp sys T CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: XN4375000 10 mg/m3 [(CH3CH2O)2PS]2O 3689-24-5 Conversion: 1 ppm = 13. 50 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa IP: NA Remove: N. Dithion®. rhin.R.Gr(77°F): 1.R. 125 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Sp. lass. Ing. odorless powder. convuls. fluorine Exposure Routes. iron [Note: Corrosive to iron. Symptoms. 250 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ 14. para. Fl.R.Pp/SaF:Pd.2 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500 ST 10 mg/m 3 OSHA PEL: TWA 5 mg/m Physical Description: Metal: Steel-blue to gray solid or black. Sp. Symptoms.3 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes 2 mg/m3: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. Tetraethyl dithiopyrophosphate. in animals: pulm irrit TO: Eyes.0007% Wash skin: When contam Fl.Tantalum (metal and oxide dust. twitch. Thiotepp® Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. anor.R. [Note: A pesticide that may be absorbed on a solid carrier or mixed in a more flammable liquid. skin. cyan. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.0002 mmHg Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE FRZ: ? Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. skin. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 180.Pp:AScba UEL: NA Escape: HieF/ScbaE LEL: NA 3 MEC: <200 g/m Metal: Combustible Solid.P: ? 5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 10 mg/m3: ScbaF/SaF Change: N. as Ta) Formula: CAS#: Ta (metal) 7440-25-7 (metal) IDLH: RTECS#: 2500 mg/m3 (as Ta) WW5505000 (metal) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Tantalum metal: Tantalum-181 Synonyms of other tantalum dusts (including oxide dusts) vary depending upon the specific compound. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Irrit eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd.65 (metal) Change: N.2 mg/m [skin] None available Physical Description: Pale-yellow liquid with a garlic-like odor.40 (powder) ScbaF/SaF VP: 0 mmHg (approx) 2500 mg/m3: Sa:Pd.Pp MLT: 5425°F §: ScbaF:Pd. low BP. Abs.R. Con Breath: Resp support SY: Irrit eyes. Tetraethyl dithionopyrophosphate.

Pp:AScba Change: N.1 mg/m3 3 NIOSH 7300.] Exposure Routes. Fl.2 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S187 (II-3) OSHA PEL: TWA 0. chlorine. dysp.34 Escape: GmFS/ScbaE VP: >1 atm FRZ: -36°F (Sublimes) UEL: NA LEL: NA Nonflammable Gas Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Water [Note: Hydrolyzes slowly in water to telluric acid.5 ppm: Sa:Cf Wash skin: N. Sol: Insoluble 1 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa Remove: N. in animals: pulm edema TO: Resp sys Formula: TeF6 DOT: 2195 125 CAS#: 7783-80-4 RTECS#: WY2800000 IDLH: 1 ppm T 295 .Gr: 6.Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Breath: Resp support ER: Inh SY: Head. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. garlic breath. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Garlic breath.24 25 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. BP: Sublimes 0. MW: 127. CNS. no sweat. Fl.R. 7301. red blood cell changes Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Skin.02 ppm (0.2 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless gas with a repulsive odor.] Physical Description: Odorless.R. amorphous powder or grayish-white.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Te 13494-80-9 WY2625000 25 mg/m3 (as Te) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Aurum paradoxum. derm. dark-gray to brown.1 mg/m OSHA ID121 [*Note: The REL and PEL also apply to other tellurium compounds (as Te) except Tellurium hexafluoride and Bismuth telluride.P: NA 1 ppm: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Remove: N. blood Tellurium Tellurium hexafluoride Conversion: 1 ppm = 9. brittle solid.R.6 0. metallic taste. IP: NA 5 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ScbaF/SaF Sp. Sol: Decomposes 0. 7303. drow.R.Pp/SaF:Pd. Metallum problematum Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL*: TWA 0.88 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Tellurium fluoride Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0.R.02 ppm (0.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: N.R.R. anor. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 241.6 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N.2 ppm: Sa Eyes: N. dry mouth.R. Ing. sweat. in animals: CNS. RGasD: 8. IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd. 9102 OSHA PEL*: TWA 0. Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support nau.P: NA 2.Pp VP: 0 mmHg (approx) §: ScbaF:Pd.R. BP: 1814°F Wash skin: N.Pp:AScba MLT: 842°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: NA LEL: NA Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizers.5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: N. cadmium Exposure Routes.R. Symptoms. Personal Protection/Sanitation Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: N. Symptoms.

vomit.5 mg/m3: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Change: N. GI tract.R. alkalis. brown liquid. cyan. card irreg. Temefos. Cheyne-Stokes Swallow: Medical attention immed respiration. blood chol TEPP 296 . sweat TO: Eyes.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: S[C6H4OP(S)(OCH3)2]2 3383-96-8 TF6890000 N. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: Daily Sp. Symptoms.P: NA 1. Tetraethyl pyrophosphate. Abs.87 mg/m3 DOT: 2783 152 (solid). [insecticide] [Note: Technical grade is a viscous.19 5 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. O. blood chol Temephos T Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: [(CH3CH2O)2PO]2O 107-49-3 UX6825000 5 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 11.Gr: 1. CNS.2 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes 0.05 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Colorless to amber liquid with a faint. para. Ing. 3018 152 (liquid) Synonyms/Trade Names: Ethyl pyrophosphate. crystalline solid or liquid (above 87°F). blurred vision. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 466. Symptoms. head. twitch. abdom cramps. vomit Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Abate®. chest tight. dysp. diarr. Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd.O. dizz. Tetron® Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl. CVS. [insecticide] [Note: A solid below 32°F. blurred vision.0002 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd.Gr: 1.25 mg/m3: Sa:Cf Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 2.Pp Provide: Eyewash VP: 0. water [Note: Hydrolyzes quickly in water to form pyrophosphoric acid. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Eye pain. convuls. Ing.32 VP(77°F): 0. rhin. fruity odor.05 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 2504 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PV2056 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: White. lass. CVS. lac. low BP.Pp:AScba FRZ: 32°F Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.5 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 248-257°F (Decomposes) Not available. Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support anor.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 290. nau. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh.00000007 mmHg MLT: 87°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support nau. salv. resp sys.5 mg/m3: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl.D. Abs.O'-thiodi-p-phenylene phosphorothioate Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) 3 NIOSH 0500. CNS.O'O'-Tetramethyl O. diarr.] Exposure Routes.

Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. sore Breath: Resp support throat. Symptoms. 1. liver. kidneys o-Terphenyl T 297 .23 500 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.5 ppm) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 5021 OSHA PEL†: C 9 mg/m (1 ppm) Physical Description: Colorless or light-yellow solid.Pp/SaF:Pd.P(oc): 325°F 125 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/PaprHie£ Change: Daily IP: 7. o-Triphenyl Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: C 5 mg/m3 (0. in animals: liver. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes.01 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp VP(200°F): 0. resp sys.5 ppm) 3 NIOSH 5021 OSHA PEL†: C 9 mg/m (1 ppm) Physical Description: Yellow solid (needles).3-Diphenylbenzene. Ing. in animals: liver. sore Breath: Resp support throat.99 eV 250 mg/m3: 100F/ScbaF/SaF Provide: Eyewash Sp.2-Terphenyl. thermal skin burns. 1. meta-Terphenyl. muc memb.3-Terphenyl. head.Gr: 1. m-Triphenyl Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 5 mg/m3 (0. 1.2-Diphenylbenzene. skin. kidneys m-Terphenyl Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5C6H4C6H5 84-15-1 WZ6472000 500 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 9. skin.09 mmHg §: ScbaF:Pd.42 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: o-Diphenylbenzene. skin. head. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.1 500 mg/m3: SaF:Pd.3 25 mg/m3: Qm£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 630°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 50 mg/m3: 95XQ£/Sa£ Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Ing.Pp/SaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Quick drench MLT: 136°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. resp sys. Symptoms. skin. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. ortho-Terphenyl.01 250 mg/m3: 100F/ScbaF/SaF Provide: Eyewash Sp.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5C6H4C6H5 92-06-8 WZ6470000 500 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 9. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 230. muc memb. 1. thermal skin burns. Isodiphenylbenzene.Pp VP(200°F): 0.Gr: 1. 2-Phenylbiphenyl.Pp:AScba Quick drench MLT: 192°F Escape: 100F/ScbaE UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. 3-Phenylbiphenyl. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes.57 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: m-Diphenylbenzene. liver.3 25 mg/m3: Qm£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 689°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble 50 mg/m3: 95XQ£/Sa£ Remove: When wet or contam Fl. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 230.P(oc): 375°F 125 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/PaprHie£ Change: Daily IP: 8.

Pp/SaF:Pd. Con SY: Irrit eyes. kidneys. terato effects. in animals: liver. kidney damage.Pp MLT: 415°F §: ScbaF:Pd. Dioxine. [Note: Exposure may occur through contact at previously contaminated worksites. possible repro.5-trichlorophenoxy)propionic acid. Symptoms. porphyria.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C6H5C6H4C6H5 92-94-4 WZ6475000 500 mg/m3 Conversion: 1 ppm = 9.4-Terphenyl.78 125 mg/m3: Sa:Cf£/PaprHie£ Change: Daily Sp. 4-Phenylbiphenyl.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Decomposes Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam/Daily Sol: 0.57 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: p-Diphenylbenzene.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 322. liver.3.Pp/SaF:Pd. p-Triphenyl Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: C 5 mg/m3 (0.5 ppm) 3 NIOSH 5021 OSHA PEL†: C 9 mg/m (1 ppm) Physical Description: White or light-yellow solid. crystalline solid.00000002% Remove: When wet or contam Fl. hemorr. skin.Pp:AScba Quick drench UEL: ? Escape: 100F/ScbaE LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes. Symptoms. skin. kidneys p-Terphenyl 2.D.3.4. chloracne. Abs. sore Skin: Water flush immed Breath: Resp support throat.0 ¥: ScbaF:Pd. TCDBD. Target Organs (see Table 5): ER: Inh.7. kidney damage Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. repro sys [in animals: tumors at many sites] First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed Skin: Soap flush immed Breath: Resp support Swallow: Medical attention immed 298 . muc memb. head.] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Ca (see Table 1): See Appendix A None available OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Colorless to white.4-Diphenylbenzene.3 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 761°F 25 mg/m3: Qm£ Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl.P: ? Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp. thermal skin burns.7. 2. Ing. skin. 2.8-TCDD [Note: Formed during past production of 2.000002 mmHg Quick drench MLT: 581°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: UV light (decomposes) Exposure Routes. TCDD.5-T & 2(2.4. 1. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. resp sys.5-trichlorophenol.P: 405°F 50 mg/m3: 95XQ£/Sa£ Remove: When wet or contam IP: 7. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 230. Ing. 1. para-Terphenyl.8-Tetrachloro-dibenzo-p-dioxin C H Cl O 12 4 4 2 Formula: CAS#: 1746-01-6 RTECS#: HP3500000 IDLH: Ca [N.] T Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Dioxin. liver. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. in animals: liver.4.Gr: ? VP(77°F): 0. [carc] TO: Eyes.23 250 mg/m3: 100F/ScbaF/SaF Provide: Eyewash VP: Very low 500 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. allergic derm.Gr: 1. GI dist.

acids Exposure Routes. resp sys.1. Ing.1.2-tetrachloroethane. dysp Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. ether-like odor. skin. CNS depres.2. conj.1. [Note: A liquid above 105°F. Freon® 112a. magnesium.30 eV Change: N.Gr: 1.65 VP: 40 mmHg MLT: 77°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as potassium. narco Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd.2. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 203. Symptoms. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. magnesium & sodium.1.8 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 199°F 2000 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 0. powdered aluminum. Ing. Sp. Freon® 112.2-tetrachloroethane. calcium & sodium.P: NA Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N. pulm edema. acids Exposure Routes. powdered aluminum.8 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 197°F 2000 ppm: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.R.2-difluoroethane T 299 .2-Tetrachloro-2.65 VP: 40 mmHg MLT: 105°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals such as potassium. skin. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed 1.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Fl.Pp:AScba Wash skin: When contam Fl. resp sys. zinc.Gr: 1. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. ether-like odor.R. skin. zinc.34 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 1.01% §: ScbaF:Pd. Refrigerant 112a Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 500 ppm (4170 mg/m3) 3 NIOSH 1016 OSHA PEL: TWA 500 ppm (4170 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless solid with a slight.2-difluoroethane Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CCl2FCCl2F 76-12-0 KI1420000 2000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 8. beryllium. pulm edema. Halocarbon 112. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.2-Difluoro-1.P: NA Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Remove: When wet or contam IP: 11. calcium. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed 1. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: In animals: irrit eyes.2-Difluoro-1. drow. Halocarbon 112a.01% §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd.1. Symptoms.1.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 203. skin.34 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 2. beryllium. Sp. Refrigerant 112 Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 500 ppm (4170 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1016 OSHA PEL: TWA 500 ppm (4170 mg/m ) OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless solid or liquid (above 77°F) with a slight.2-Tetrachloro-1.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CCl3CClF2 76-11-9 KI1425000 2000 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 8.

54 Provide: Eyewash VP(77°F): 14 mmHg FRZ: -94°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Potassium. sodium.1% Wash skin: When contam Fl. 2562 TWA 1 ppm (7 mg/m ) [skin] OSHA 7 See Appendix A See Appendix C (Chloroethanes) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 5 ppm (35 mg/m ) [skin] Physical Description: Colorless to pale-yellow liquid with a pungent.59 Provide: Eyewash VP: 5 mmHg FRZ: -33°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Chemically-active metals. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.1. T Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: CHCl2CHCl2 79-34-5 KI8575000 Ca [100 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. irreg respiration. Ing. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 167. sodium potassium alloy. nitrogen tetroxide. liver Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support tend. skin. musc inco. Con SY: Nau.1. in Skin: Soap wash immed Breath: Resp support animals: liver changes Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.9 NIOSH Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 296°F ¥: ScbaF:Pd.R. jaun. Sp.1. dinitrogen tetraoxide. derm. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. liver. leucyt. potassium hydroxide. Symptoms. (see Table 1): See Appendix C (Chloroethanes) None available OSHA PEL: none Physical Description: Yellowish-red liquid.2. Symptoms.3% Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Wash skin: When contam Fl.Pp/SaF:Pd. tremor fingers.87 mg/m3 DOT: 1702 151 Synonyms/Trade Names: Acetylene tetrachloride.4-dinitrophenyl disulfide Exposure Routes. lass.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: 11.1. Sp. Abs. kidneys. hepatitis.Gr(77°F): 1. skin.2-Tetrachloroethane Conversion: Synonyms/Trade Names: None Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: Handle with caution in the workplace. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. fuming sulfuric acid [Note: Degrades slowly when exposed to air.Pp:AScba Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0.] Exposure Routes. Symmetrical tetrachloroethane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca 3 NIOSH 1019. kidney damage.P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.10 eV Change: N.9 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 267°F Not available. CNS. GI tract [in animals: liver tumors] Swallow: Medical attention immed 1. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 167.D. restless. CNS. [carc] TO: Skin.2-Tetrachloroethane 300 . 2. liver Formula: CCl3CH2Cl DOT: 1702 151 CAS#: 630-20-6 RTECS#: KI8450000 IDLH: N. strong caustics.Gr: 1. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. abdom pain. Ing.R. vomit. chloroform-like odor.

liver damage. Ing. dizz. potash Exposure Routes.9 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 599-680°F 20 mg/m3: ScbaF/SaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Insoluble Wash skin: When contam Fl. Symptoms.59-1.P(oc): 410°F §: ScbaF:Pd. but Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 265. caustic soda. Tetrachlorethylene Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: Ca NIOSH 1003 Minimize workplace exposure concentrations. Nibren wax. chemically-active decomposes in a fire to hydrogen metals such as lithium. skin eryt. resp sys. Abs. head. skin. sodium hydroxide. Respirator Recommendations Chemical & Physical Properties: Personal Protection/Sanitation (see Tables 3 and 4): MW: 165. Con Eye: Irr immed SY: Irrit eyes. drow.Pp/SaF:Pd. throat. beryllium & barium. Perk.65 VP: <1 mmHg See Appendix F MLT: 360°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes. Symptoms. VP: 14 mmHg Provide: Eyewash FRZ: -2°F Quick drench UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Liquid. nose. chloride and phosgene. chloroform-like odor.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Cl2C=CCl2 127-18-4 KX3850000 Ca [150 ppm] Conversion: 1 ppm = 6. head. Seekay wax Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 2 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH S130 (II-2) OSHA PEL: TWA 2 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Colorless to pale-yellow solid with an aromatic odor. anor. dizz.Gr: 1. CNS [in animals: liver tumors] Tetrachloroethylene Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: C10H4Cl4 1335-88-2 QK3700000 See Appendix F Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Halowax®. liver inj Breath: Resp support TO: Liver. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. lass. OSHA 1001 See Appendix A OSHA PEL†: TWA 100 ppm C 200 ppm 300 ppm (5-minute maximum peak in any 3-hours) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a mild. flush face. kidneys.Gr: 1.8 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: 250°F Skin: Prevent skin contact ¥: ScbaF:Pd.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Change: Daily Sp. liver.P: NA Wash skin: When contam IP: 9. [carc] Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.32 eV Remove: When wet or contam Sp. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Acne-form derm.02% Eyes: Prevent eye contact Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE Fl. skin.Pp:AScba Sol: 0. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Tetrachloronaphthalene T 301 . neck. Abs.62 Change: N. resp sys. jaun.78 mg/m3 DOT: 1897 160 Synonyms/Trade Names: Perchlorethylene. skin. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): ER: Inh. Skin: Soap wash prompt Breath: Resp support inco.R. Ing.Pp/SaF:Pd. Perchloroethylene. nau.

Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Insom. anxiety.45 eV Sp. sulfuryl chloride. CVS. conf.Gr: 0.00002% 1.Pp Provide: Quick drench (>0. Ing. [Note: Main usage is in anti-knock additives for gasoline. eye irrit TO: CNS.8% Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers.P: 200°F 3.075 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH 2533 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. sweet odor. tremor. Breath: Resp support bradycardia. Abs. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.] Exposure Routes. spasticity. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.1%) MW: 323. TEL.Pp/SaF:Pd. CNS Swallow: Medical attention immed Tetrahydrofuran 3 302 . convuls.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact (>0. anor.Gr: 1.1%) Sp.2 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -202°F UEL: ? LEL: 1. lowSwallow: Medical attention immed wgt. coma.875 mg/m3: Sa:Cf Remove: When wet or contam (>0. rust. Symptoms. 3800 ST 250 ppm (735 mg/m ) OSHA 7 OSHA PEL†: TWA 200 ppm (590 mg/m3) Physical Description: Colorless liquid with an ether-like odor. hypotension.8% LEL: 2% Class IB Flammable Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers. Tetraethylplumbane Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0.4-Epoxybutane. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 72. CNS depres Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. dizz.10 eV 40 mg/m3: Sa:Pd. potassium permanganate [Note: Decomposes slowly at room temperature and more rapidly at higher temperatures. eyes Tetraethyl lead (as Pb) T CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 109-99-9 LU5950000 2000 ppm [10%LEL] C4H8O Conversion: 1 ppm = 2. head. halu.1%) Fl. hypothermia.65 §: ScbaF:Pd. Tetramethylene oxide.Pp:AScba Fl. THF Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 200 ppm (590 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 1609.P: 6°F Change: N.1 2000 ppm: Sa:Cf£/CcrFOv/GmFOv/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 151°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Miscible PaprOv£/ScbaF/SaF Remove: When wet (flamm) §: ScbaF:Pd.Pp/SaF:Pd. lithium-aluminum alloys [Note: Peroxides may accumulate upon prolonged storage in presence of air. nau. pallor. or blue) with a pleasant.075 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid (unless dyed red.] Exposure Routes.75 mg/m3: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: 11. kidneys. lass.89 VP: 132 mmHg FRZ: -163°F UEL: 11.95 mg/m DOT: 2056 127 Synonyms/Trade Names: Diethylene oxide. Symptoms. hyper-reflexia.Pp:AScba VP: 0. Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE IP: 9. Con.5 0. mania.75 mg/m3: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 228°F (Decomposes) Wash skin: When contam (>0. Ing Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Irrit eyes.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Pb(C2H5)4 78-00-2 TP4550000 40 mg/m3 (as Pb) Conversion: DOT: 1649 131 Synonyms/Trade Names: Lead tetraethyl.1%) Sol: 0.R. orange. 1. nau. psychosis. resp sys. upper resp sys.

1%) MW: 267.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Pb(CH3)4 75-74-1 TP4725000 40 mg/m3 (as Pb) Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Lead tetramethyl. TMSN Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 3 mg/m3 (0.075 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH 2534 OSHA PEL: TWA 0.Pp:AScba VP: 23 mmHg Escape: GmFOv/ScbaE FRZ: -15°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Class II Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers such as sulfuryl chloride or potassium permanganate Exposure Routes.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact (>0. Abs. Symptoms.3 0. Con Skin: Soap wash immed SY: Insom. Breath: Resp support anor.2 28 mg/m3: Sa/ScbaF Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: Sublimes Wash skin: When contam §: ScbaF:Pd. kidneys.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 136.00 §: ScbaF:Pd. TML Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 0. kidney.75 mg/m3: SaT:Cf/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: 8. anxious. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Head. mania. convuls. Ing. delirium. [Note: Main usage is in anti-knock additives for gasoline.Pp Provide: Quick drench (>0. liver.Pp:AScba Sol: Insoluble Remove: When wet or contam Escape: GmFOv100/ScbaE Fl. liver. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. coma. [Note: Forms cyanide in the body. restless. or blue) with a fruity odor.875 mg/m3: Sa:Cf Remove: When wet or contam (>0.Pp/SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh.5 ppm) [skin] OSHA 7 Physical Description: Colorless.5 ppm) [skin] 3 NIOSH S155 (II-3) OSHA PEL: TWA 3 mg/m (0. Tetramethylplumbane.07 VP: ? MLT: 338°F (Sublimes) UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong oxidizers Exposure Routes.75 mg/m3: Sa Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 212°F (Decomposes) Wash skin: When contam (>0.57 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Tetramethyl succinodinitrile.P: 100°F 3.1%) Sol: 0. Abs. kidneys Tetramethyl lead (as Pb) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (CH3)2C(CN)C(CN)(CH3)2 3333-52-6 WN4025000 5 ppm Conversion: 1 ppm = 5.1%) Sp.1%) Fl. bad dreams. CVS. nau. odorless solid. Ing.Gr: 1. GI effects Breath: Resp support TO: CNS. convuls. hypotension. Symptoms.002% 1.Pp/SaF:Pd.50 eV 40 mg/m3: Sa:Pd.075 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Colorless liquid (unless dyed red. coma Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: CNS.P: ? Change: Daily IP: ? Sp.Gr: 2. GI tract Swallow: Medical attention immed Tetramethyl succinonitrile T 303 . nau. orange.

Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Hydrocarbons. cotton [Note: Combustible material wet with tetranitromethane may be highly explosive. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact MW: 196. chest pain. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. blood.02 mg/m3 Synonyms/Trade Names: Tetan. skin burns Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. head.45 Provide: Eyewash (solution) VP: 0 mmHg (approx) MLT: 1810°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Noncombustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Strong acids Exposure Routes.9 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: Decomposes Not available. [Note: The decahydrate (Na4P2O7×10H2O) is in the form of colorless. Breath: Resp support methemo. Symptoms.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 265. nose. alkalis. skin. Symptoms. derm Breath: Resp support TO: Eyes. Tetrasodium pyrophosphate (anhydrous). skin. dizz. TNM Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (8 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 3513 OSHA PEL: TWA 1 ppm (8 mg/m ) Physical Description: Colorless to pale-yellow liquid or solid (below 57°F) with a pungent odor. skin. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol(77°F): 7% Wash skin: When contam Fl.62 VP: 8 mmHg FRZ: 57°F UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Liquid.D.P: ? Escape: GmFS¿/ScbaE Change: Daily IP: ? Provide: Eyewash Sp.Pp/SaF:Pd. Ing.] Exposure Routes. Con Skin: Water wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes.Tetranitromethane Conversion: 1 ppm = 8. dysp. toluene. TSPP Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 5 mg/m3 NIOSH 0500 OSHA PEL†: none Physical Description: Odorless.Gr: 2. white powder or granules. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Irrit eyes. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. cyan. CNS Formula: C(NO2)4 DOT: 1510 143 CAS#: 509-14-8 RTECS#: PB4025000 IDLH: 4 ppm T Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Na4P2O7 7722-88-5 UX7350000 N. Sodium pyrophosphate. oxidizers.Pp:AScba Remove: When wet (flamm) Fl. transparent crystals.Gr: 1. aluminum. nose. Ing. resp sys. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed Tetrasodium pyrophosphate 304 . skin. Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: Pyrophosphate. throat.P: NA Remove: When wet or contam IP: NA Change: Daily Sp. throat. but difficult to ignite.0 4 ppm: Sa:Cf£/CcrFS¿/GmFS¿/ Eyes: Prevent eye contact BP: 259°F Wash skin: When contam Sol: Insoluble PaprS¿£/ScbaF/SaF §: ScbaF:Pd. metals. Tetrasodium diphosphate.

Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): Properties: NIOSH/OSHA Properties vary depending Skin: Prevent skin contact 0. GI tract. nau. convuls. kera. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 287. cough. hydrazine First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes.Pp:AScba UEL: ? Escape: 100F/ScbaE LEL: ? Combustible Solid (Class A Explosive) Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Oxidizable materials.4. pares legs TO: Eyes.Pp/SaF:Pd. itch.5 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Colorless to yellow. psychosis. abdom pain. Ing. Swallow: Medical attention immed chorea. Breath: Resp support sneez. cheeks.02% Wash skin: When contam/Daily Fl. Remove: When wet or contam 2. insom. kidneys Tetryl Thallium (soluble compounds. chest pain. liver.Pp:AScba Escape: 100F/ScbaE Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Varies Exposure Routes. Abs. 7301. skin. liver. neck. head. 7303. tremor.6-Trinitrophenyl-N-methylnitramine Measurement Methods Exposure Limits: (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 1.5 mg/m3 [skin] 3 NIOSH S225 (II-3) OSHA PEL: TWA 1. diarr.) Synonyms/Trade Names: Synonyms vary depending upon the specific soluble thallium compound.2 NIOSH/OSHA Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 356-374°F (Explodes) 7.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: (NO2)3C6H2N(NO2)CH3 479-45-8 BY6300000 750 mg/m3 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: N-Methyl-N. 2. peri Breath: Resp support neuritis. irrity. kidney damage.2. Symptoms.s. mal. body hair T 305 . kidney damage TO: Eyes.o. resp sys. liver. vomit.1 mg/m [skin] Physical Description: Appearance and odor vary depending upon the specific OSHA ID121 soluble thallium compound. Abs. CNS. vomit. lass. Nitramine.57 75 mg/m3: 100F/ScbaF/SaF VP: <1 mmHg 750 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Con Skin: Soap wash prompt SY: Sens derm.Pp §: ScbaF:Pd.6-tetranitroaniline. Con Skin: Water flush prompt SY: Nau. pulm edema. Swallow: Medical attention immed liver.5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: 0. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. as Tl) Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: 15 mg/m3 (as Tl) Conversion: DOT: 1707 151 (compounds. resp sys.4. eryt.Pp/SaF:Pd.6-Tetryl.P: Explodes 15 mg/m3: 95XQ*/Sa* Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 37. ptosis. odorless.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf/PaprHie Change: Daily 5 mg/m3: 100F/SaT:Cf/PaprTHie/ScbaF/SaF 15 mg/m3: SaF:Pd. anemia. 9102 OSHA PEL: TWA 0. Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 0. Ing. retster tight. n.Gr: 1. Symptoms. strabismus. coryza. crystalline solid. CNS.4.5 mg/m3: Sa:Cf*/PaprHie* Change: Daily Sp.5 mg/m3: Qm Eyes: Prevent eye contact upon the specific soluble Wash skin: When contam 1 mg/m3: 95XQ/Sa thallium compound. 2. kidneys.1 mg/m3 [skin] (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 7300. edema on nasal folds. alopecia.Pp MLT: 268°F §: ScbaF:Pd.

Target Organs (see Table 5): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 358.] First Aid (see Table 6): Exposure Routes. skin. Con Skin: Water flush immed SY: Irrit eyes. sodium potassium. Breath: Resp support blisters.08% Wash skin: N. lac. Sp. Mercaptoacetic acid. Mercaptoacetate. 0600 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 15 mg/m (total) 3 TWA 5 mg/m (resp) Physical Description: Light-gray to tan powder with a slightly aromatic odor. skin. convuls Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes.Gr: 1.R. bases. magnesium. in animals: lass.9% Class IIIB Combustible Liquid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: Air. calcium) [Note: Readily oxidized by air. Fl..Gr: 1.g. Con Breath: Fresh air SY: Irrit eyes. [CH3(OH)C6H2C(CH3)3]2S 96-69-5 Conversion: DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 4. [Note: Olfactory fatigue may occur after short exposures. IP: ? Change: N.R.R. skin.P: >230°F Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? Change: N.32 Provide: Eyewash VP(64°F): 10 mmHg FRZ: 2°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: 5.] Respirator Recommendations Personal Protection/Sanitation Chemical & Physical Properties: (see Tables 3 and 4): (see Table 2): MW: 92. 2-Thioglycolic acid. strong oxidizers. Ing.D. resp sys Swallow: Medical attention immed TO: Eyes. corn damage. Target Organs (see Table 5): First Aid (see Table 6): Eye: Irr immed ER: Inh. Eyes: Prevent eye contact Sol: Miscible Wash skin: When contam Fl.6 Skin: N. 2-Mercaptoacetic acid. 1.0000006 mmHg MLT: 302°F UEL: NA LEL: NA Combustible Solid Incompatibilities and Reactivities: None reported Exposure Routes.CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: GP3150000 N. BP: ? Not available. Sol: 0. nose.4'-Thiobis(3-methyl-6-tert-butylphenol).10 VP: 0. skin burns.P: 420°F Remove: N. Ing. resp sys Thioglycolic acid 306 .R. Eyes: N. Thiovanic acid Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 1 ppm (4 mg/m3) [skin] (see Table 1): OSHA PEL†: none None available Physical Description: Colorless liquid with a strong.R.1 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: ? Not available.1'-Thiobis(2-methyl-4-hydroxy-5-tert-butylbenzene) Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 10 mg/m3 (total) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 0500. Symptoms. Sp. Abs. gasping respirations.4'-Thiobis(6-tert-butyl-m-cresol) T CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: Formula: 68-11-1 AI5950000 N.D. active metals (e. Symptoms.77 mg/m3 DOT: 1940 153 Synonyms/Trade Names: Acetyl mercaptan. skin.R. HSCH2COOH Conversion: 1 ppm = 3. resp sys 4. throat. disagreeable odor characteristic of mercaptans.

chloryl perchlorate [Note: Reacts violently with water to form sulfur dioxide & hydrogen chloride. Sulfurous oxychloride. [Note: Fumes form when exposed to moist air.] Exposure Routes.Gr: 1.P: ? PaprOvHie*/ScbaF/SaF Change: Daily IP: ? §: ScbaF:Pd.Formula: CAS#: RTECS#: IDLH: SOCl2 7719-09-7 XM5150000 N.0 Skin: Prevent skin contact BP: 169°F Not