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MSDS?
Material Safety Data Sheets
CAS?
Chemical Abstracts Service
Combustable?
not self sustaining fire
Imflammable?
self sustaining fire
Caustic: usually applies to ***.
bases
Corrosive usually applies to ***.
acids
Volatility is the tendency of a substance to ***.
vaporize
***: relates to the adverse effects of a chemical on a living system
Toxicity
Name two types of Toxicity....
Acute
Chronic
*** Toxicity: the chemical has a rapid bodily absorption and exerts its effect during a single exposure.
Acute
*** Toxicity: the chemical exerts its effect because of repeated exposure over period of time (days, months, years).
Chronic
***: cause cancer
Carcinogen
***: cause birth defects
Teratogen
***: cause liver damage
Hepatotoxic
***: cause kidney damage
Nephrotoxic
***: Damage the nervous system
Neurotoxic
***: Damages blood cells and bone marrow
Hematopoietic
***: cause allergic reaction
Sensitizer
***: causes inflammation of the skin, or mucous membranes, or lungs
Irritant
***: cause tears and eye irritation.
Lachrymator
*** is the most common mode of exposure.
Inhalation
*** is the amount a worker may be exposed to in the work environment daily over a lifetime with no ill effects.
TLV
TLV?
Threshold Limit Value
PEL???
Permissible Exposure Limit
*** is legal standard of exposure in the workplace which may not be exceeded.
PEL
*** is the value may not be exceeded for a single short term exposure.
STEL
STEL?
Short Term Exposure Limit
NFPA?
National Fire Protection Association!
NFPA DIAMOND!
On the NFPA Diamond... red is on the *** and represents ***...
top
flammability
On the NFPA Diamond... yellow is on the *** and represents ***...
right
reactivity
On the NFPA Diamond... white is on the *** and represents ***...
bottom
special
On the NFPA Diamond... blue is on the *** and represents ***...
left
Health
OSHA???
Occupational Safe Health Administration
*** is the primary federal agency that oversees workplace safety.
OSHA
Chemicals distributed prior to ***, however, may not include hazard warnings on bottles.
1985
*** is used in the white section of the NFPA Diamond when dealing with common chemicals
Orange
*** is used in the white section of the NFPA Diamond when dealing with inert gases.
Green
Concentrated acid and base caps!
YELLOW!
sulfuric acid
Concentrated acid and base caps!
RED!
nitric acid
Concentrated acid and base caps!
ORANGE!
acetic acid
Concentrated acid and base caps!
BLUE!
hydrochloric acid
Concentrated acid and base caps!
GREEN!
ammonia
Concentrated acid and base caps!
WHITE!
phosphoric acid
Simple First Aid:
Acid or Base Burnses...
Rinse area 15minutes.
Simple First Aid:
Minor Cuts
Wash the wound well with water. Use bandaide.
Simple First Aid:
Minor Burns
Immerse in cold water until the pain is
alleviated.
Fire Extinguisher Class *** is used for ordinary combustibles: wood, paper, cloth, some plastics-- ***.
A
water
Fire Extinguisher Class *** is used for flammable and combustible liquids, fats, and oils--***.
B
carbon dioxide
Fire Extinguisher Class *** is used for energized electrical equipment--***.
C
dry powder
Fire Extinguisher Class *** is used for Combustible metals--***.
D
dry granule formulation
The class *** extinguisher is the one most commonly used in organic lab.
B
Name the types of waste collections.
Halogenated Waste
Non-Halogenated Waste
Trash (Non-Hazardous Solid Wastes)
Broken glass waste
The 1st most common type of exposure in the lab is ***. *** prevents this.
the inhalation of chemical vapors
flow hoods
The 2nd most common type of exposure in the lab is ***. *** prevents this.
to the eyes and skin
goggles and gloves