Handbook of Hazardous Chemical Properties by Nicholas P Cheremisinoff Consulting Engineer

By Nicholas P Cheremisinoff Consulting Engineer

This quantity offers vast health and wellbeing (toxicological) and protection dealing with info and information on over 1,000 chemical compounds of business and business importance.

This quantity will supply large overall healthiness (toxicological) and safe-handling details and knowledge on greater than a thousand chemical compounds of business and commercial value. It offers chemical particular details pertinent to secure dealing with and transportation of chemical substances, employee defense, emergency reaction details to handle spills, explosions on hearth occasions, and chemical stability/reactivity info. it truly is designed as a customary reference instruction manual for chemical engineers, defense engineers, toxicologists, hearth safeguard experts, chemists, laboratory and plant technicians.

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Physical and Chemical Properties Physical State at I5 "c and I atm. 5"C (solid); Vapor (Gas)Density: Not pertinent; Ratio of Specific Heats of Vapor (Gar): Not pertinent; Latent Heat of Vaporization: Not pertinent; Heat of Combustion: Data not available; Heat of Decomposition: Not pertinent. Health Hazards Information - Recommended Personal Protective Equipment: Approved dust respirator; rubber or plastic-coated gloves; chemical goggles; Symptoms Following Exposure: Ingestion or excessive inhalation of dust causes systemic poisoning; possible symptoms include pain in throat, esophagus, and stomach; mucous membranes turn white; vomiting, severe purging, weak pulse, cardiovascular collapse, neuromuscular symptoms.

AMYL ACETATE Chemical Designations Synonyms: Amyl Acetate, Mixed Isomers; Pentyl Acetates; Chemical Formula: CH3COOC,H,,. ObservableCharacteristics- Physical State (asnormally shipped): Liquid; Color: Colorless to yellow; Odor: Pleasant banana-like; mild; characteristic banana- or pear- like odor; Physical and Chemical Properties - Physical State at 15 “c and I atm. 8; Heat of Decomposition: Not pertinent. Health Hazards Information - Recommended Personal Protective Equipment: Air-supplied mask or chemical cartridge respirator, protective gloves, goggles, safety shower, and eye bath; Symptoms Following Exposure: Irritation of eyes, nose and throat.

SKIN: flush thoroughly with water; remove contaminated clothing; wash affected area with soap and water; if overexposure is serious, get prompt medical attention. INGESTION: dilute by drinking water; if vomiting occurs, administer more water. 5 mg/m3 as antimony; Short-Tenn Exposure Limits: Data not available; Toxicity by Ingestion: Grade 2; oral LD50 1,115 mg/kg (rat), 900 mglkg (guinea pig); Late Toxicity: Antimony poisoning may result; Vapor (Gas)Irritant Characteristics: Vapors are moderately irritating such that personnel will not usually tolerate moderate or high vapor concentrations; Liquid or Solid Irritant Characteristics:Severe skin irritant; causes second- and thirddegree burns on short contact and is very injurious to the eyes; Odor Threshold: Data not available.

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