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World Headquarters,Hach Company,P O Box 389 MSDS No M00485. Loveland CO USA 80539,970 669 3050,MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET. 1 CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION, Product Name Digestion Solution for COD 20 1500 mg l Range. Catalog Number 2125925,Hach Company Emergency Telephone Numbers. P O Box 389 Medical and Transportation, Loveland CO USA 80539 303 623 5716 24 Hour Service.
970 669 3050 515 232 2533 8am 4pm CST,MSDS Number M00485. Chemical Name Not applicable,CAS Number Not applicable. Additional CAS No for hydrated forms Not applicable. Chemical Formula Not applicable,Chemical Family Not applicable. Intended Use Laboratory Use Determination of Chemical Oxygen Demand. 2 HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION,GHS Classification, Hazard categories Acute Toxicity Acute Tox 4 Orl Acute Toxicity Acute Tox 3 Derm Skin Corrosion Irritation. Skin Corr 1A Germ Cell Mutagenicity Muta 1B Carcinogenicity Carc 1A Specific Target Organ Toxicity. Repeated Exposure STOT RE 2 Hazardous to the Aquatic Environment Aquatic Chronic 1. GHS Label Elements, Hazard statements May be corrosive to metals Harmful if swallowed Toxic in contact with skin Causes severe skin.
burns and eye damage May cause genetic defects May cause cancer May cause damage to organs through prolonged. or repeated exposure Very toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects. Precautionary statements Obtain special instructions before use Wear protective gloves protective clothing eye. protection face protection IF SWALLOWED rinse mouth Do NOT induce vomiting IF ON SKIN or hair. Remove Take off immediately all contaminated clothing Rinse skin with water shower IF IN EYES Rinse cautiously. with water for several minutes Remove contact lenses if present and easy to do Continue rinsing IF exposed or if you. feel unwell Call a POISON CENTER or doctor physician. Flammability 0,Reactivity 2, Protective Equipment X See protective equipment Section 8. Flammability 0,Reactivity 2,Symbol Water Reactive, WHMIS Hazard Classification Class D Division 1 Subdivision A Very toxic materials immediate effects Class D. Division 2 Subdivision A Very toxic materials other toxic effects Class E Corrosive material. WHMIS Symbols Acute Poison Corrosive,3 COMPOSITION INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS. Hazardous Components according to GHS,Sulfuric Acid. CAS Number 7664 93 9,Chemical Formula H2SO4, GHS Classification Met Corr 1 H290 Skin Corr 1A H314.
Percent Range 80 0 90 0,Percent Range Units weight weight. PEL 1 mg m3,TLV 1 mg m TWA 3 mg m STEL,WHMIS Symbols Acute PoisonCorrosive. Silver Sulfate,CAS Number 10294 26 5,Chemical Formula Ag2SO4. GHS Classification Acute Tox Orl 4 H302 Skin Irrit 3 H316 Eye Dam 1 H318 STOT Single 3 H335 Aquatic. Chronic 1 H410,Percent Range 0 5 3 0,Percent Range Units weight volume. PEL 0 01 mg m Ag,TLV 0 01 mg m Ag,WHMIS Symbols Not applicable.
Mercuric Sulfate,CAS Number 7783 35 9,Chemical Formula HgSO4. GHS Classification Acute Tox Inh 2 H330 Acute Tox Der 1 H310 Acute Tox Orl 2 H300 Skin Irrit 2 H315. Eye Irrit 2A H319 STOT RE 2 H373X Aquatic Chron 1 H410. Percent Range 0 1 1 0,Percent Range Units weight weight. PEL 0 1 mg m Hg,TLV 0 05 mg m Hg,WHMIS Symbols Acute PoisonCorrosive. Chromic Acid,CAS Number 13530 68 2,Chemical Formula H2Cr2O7. GHS Classification Ox Sol 2 H272 Carc 1B H350 Muta 1B H340 Repr 1B H360FD Acute Tox 2 Inh H330. Acute Tox 3 Orl H301 Acute Tox 4 Derm H312 STOT RE 1 H372 Skin Corr 1B H314 Resp Sens 1 H334 Skin. Sens 1 H317 Aquatic Acute 1 H400 Aquatic Chronic 1 H410. Percent Range 0 1 1 0,Percent Range Units weight volume.
PEL 5 g m 0 00235 ppm Cr 6 8 Hr TWA Action Level is 2 5 g m3 0 00117 ppm 8 Hr TWA. TLV 0 05 mg m3 0 0235 ppm as Cr 6,WHMIS Symbols CorrosiveOxidizingAcute Poison. Hazardous Components according to GHS No,Demineralized Water. CAS Number 7732 18 5,Chemical Formula H2O,GHS Classification Not hazardous. Percent Range 10 0 20 0,Percent Range Units weight weight. PEL Not established,TLV Not established,WHMIS Symbols Not applicable.
4 FIRST AID MEASURES, General Information In the event of exposure show this Material Safety Data Sheet and label where possible to a. Advice to doctor Treat symptomatically, Eye Contact Immediately flush eyes with water for 15 minutes Call physician. Skin Contact First Aid Wash skin with plenty of water for 15 minutes Remove contaminated clothing Call physician. immediately, Inhalation Remove to fresh air Give artificial respiration if necessary Call physician. Ingestion First Aid Do not induce vomiting Give large quantities of water Never give anything by mouth to an. unconscious person Call physician immediately,5 FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES. Flammable Properties Not Flammable but reacts with most metals to form flammable hydrogen gas During a fire. corrosive and toxic gases may be generated by thermal decomposition. Fire Fighting Instruction As in any fire wear self contained breathing apparatus pressure demand and full protective. gear Evacuate area and fight fire from a safe distance Water runoff can cause environmental damage Dike and collect. water used to fight fire, Extinguishing Media Use media appropriate to surrounding fire conditions.
Extinguishing Media NOT To Be Used Not applicable, Fire Explosion Hazards Contact with metals gives off hydrogen gas which is flammable May react violently with. strong bases water, Hazardous Combustion Products This material will not burn. 6 ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES,Spill Response Notice. Only persons properly qualified to respond to an emergency involving hazardous substances may respond to a spill. according to federal regulations OSHA 29 CFR 1910 120 a v and per your company s emergency response plan and. guidelines procedures See Section 13 Special Instructions for disposal assistance Outside of the US only persons. properly qualified according to state or local regulations should respond to a spill involving chemicals. Containment Technique Releases of this material may contaminate the environment Absorb spilled liquid with non. reactive sorbent material Stop spilled material from being released to the environment Dike the spill to contain material. for later disposal, Clean up Technique Mercury and its compounds are extremely toxic Be extremely careful not to contact the spill or. breathe any vapors If permitted by regulation Absorb spilled liquid with non reactive sorbent material Dispose of all. mercury contaminated material at a government approved hazardous waste facility Dispose of material in government. approved hazardous waste facility Decontaminate area with commercially available mercury absorbing compounds. Otherwise Pick up spill for disposal and place in a closed container Dispose of in accordance with local state and federal. regulations or laws, Evacuation Procedure Evacuate general area 50 foot radius or as directed by your facility s emergency response plan.
when any quantity is spilled Deny access to unnecessary and unprotected personnel Remain up wind from spilled. material If conditions warrant increase the size of the evacuation. DOT Emergency Response Guide Number 137,7 HANDLING AND STORAGE. Handling Avoid contact with eyes skin clothing Do not breathe mist or vapors Use with adequate ventilation. Maintain general industrial hygiene practices when using this product. Storage Protect from light contamination by organic materials will affect product stability heat. Flammability Class Not applicable,8 EXPOSURE CONTROLS PERSONAL PROTECTION. Engineering Controls Use a fume hood to avoid exposure to dust mist or vapor Maintain general industrial hygiene. practices when using this product Maintain adequate ventilation to keep vapor level below TWA for chemicals in this. product Refer to the OSHA Standard at 29CFR1910 1026 for Cr VI See Federal Register 28 February 2006 Page. Personal Protective Equipment,Eye Protection chemical splash goggles. Skin Protection disposable latex gloves lab coat,Inhalation Protection laboratory fume hood. Precautionary Measures Avoid contact with eyes skin clothing Do not breathe mist vapor Wash thoroughly after. handling Use with adequate ventilation Protect from heat light organic materials Keep away from alkalies metals. other combustible materials oxidizers reducers,TLV Not established 0 05 mg m 0 0235 ppm as Cr 6.
PEL Not established 5 g m 0 00235 ppm Cr 6 8 Hr TWA Action Level is 2 5 g m3 0 00117 ppm 8 Hr TWA. For Occupational Exposure Limits OEL for ingredients see section 3 Composition Information on Ingredients. 9 PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES,Appearance Turbid light orange liquid. Physical State Liquid,Molecular Weight Not applicable. Odor Not determined,Odor Threshold Not applicable,Metal Corrosivity. Corrosivity Classification Classified as corrosive to metals. Steel Corrosive,Aluminum Corrosive, Specific Gravity Relative Density water 1 air 1 1 0. Viscosity Not determined,Solubility,Water Miscible.
Acid Not determined,Other Not determined, Partition Coefficient n octanol water Not applicable. Coefficient of Water Oil Not applicable,Melting Point Not applicable. Decomposition Temperature Not determined,Boiling Point 100 C 212 F. Vapor Pressure Not determined,Vapor Density air 1 Not determined. Evaporation Rate water 1 Not determined,Volatile Organic Compounds Content Not applicable.
Flammable Properties Not Flammable but reacts with most metals to form flammable hydrogen gas During a fire. corrosive and toxic gases may be generated by thermal decomposition. Flash Point Not applicable,Method Not applicable,Flammability Limits. Lower Explosion Limits Not applicable,Upper Explosion Limits Not applicable. Autoignition Temperature Not applicable,Explosive Properties. Not classified according to GHS criteria,Oxidizing Properties. Not classified according to GHS criteria,Reactivity Properties.
Not classifed as self reactive pyrophoric self heating or emitting flammable gases in contact with water according to GHS. Gas under Pressure,Not classified according to GHS criteria. Not classified as gas under pressure according to GHS. 10 STABILITY AND REACTIVITY, Chemical Stability Stable when stored under proper conditions. Mechanical Impact None reported,Static Discharge None reported. Reactivity Incompatibility May react violently in contact with caustics. Hazardous Decomposition Heating to decomposition releases toxic and or corrosive fumes of mercury compounds. sulfur oxides, Conditions to Avoid Exposure to light or contamination by organic materials will affect this product s stability. 11 TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION, Toxicokinetics Metabolism and Distribution No information available.
Toxicologically Synergistic Products None reported. Acute Toxicity Acute Toxicity Estimate ATE Calculated from Ingredient Toxicity Data. ATE Oral LD50 914 mg kg Outside testing Oral rat male LD50 428 mg kg Oral rat female LD50 360 mg kg. ATE Dermal LD50 344 mg kg,ATE Inhalation LC50 32 mg L. Specific Target Organ Toxicity Single Exposure STOT SE Based on classification principles the classification criteria. are not met, Specific Target Organ Toxicity Repeat Exposure STOT RE Based on classification principles the classification. criteria are not met Target Organs Respiratory Tract Kidneys Liver Reproductive system Central nervous system. Skin Corrosion Irritation Corrosive to skin,Eye Damage Corrosive to eyes. Sensitization Based on classification principles the classification criteria are not met. CMR Effects Properties carcinogenic mutagenic or toxic to reproduction Contains Listed Carcinogen Data. supporting mutagenicity was found Contains a reproductive toxin. An ingredient of this mixture is NTP Listed Group 1 Recognized Carcinogen. Hexavalent Chromium Compounds, An ingredient of this product is an OSHA listed carcinogen. Hexavalent chromium Cr6 compounds,Symptoms Effects.
Ingestion Causes severe burns May cause abdominal pain circulatory disturbances diarrhea loosening of the teeth. nausea vomiting rapid pulse and respirations toxic nephritis inflammation of the kidneys shock collapse kidney. damage death Toxic, Inhalation Causes severe burns May cause difficult breathing mouth soreness teeth erosion Effects similar to those. of ingestion Toxic, Skin Absorption Toxic Will be absorbed through the skin Effects similar to those of ingestion. Chronic Effects Chronic overexposure may cause destruction of any tissue contacted difficult breathing mouth. soreness erosion of the teeth accumulation of silver in body tissues which causes a slate gray to bluish discoloration. cancer Chromate and dichromate salts may cause ulceration and perforation of the nasal septum severe liver damage. central nervous system effects and lung cancer Mercury is a general protoplasmic poison it circulates in the blood and. is stored in the liver kidneys spleen and bones Main symptoms are sore mouth tremors and psychic disturbances. Medical Conditions Aggravated Pre existing Respiratory conditions Eye conditions Skin conditions Allergies or. sensitivity to chromates or chromic acid Allergies or sensitivity to mercury. 12 ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION, Product Ecological Information Calculated Crustacea 48 hr EC50 0 0045 mg L. Mobility in soil No data available,Method Used for Estimation of Aquatic T. The following list contains the Material Safety Data Sheets you requested Please scoll down to view the requested MSDS s Product MSDS Distributor Format Language

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