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Often used to describe any material which will burn
Material is one which causes damage to skin, eyes or other parts on the body on contact. The technical definition is written in terms of "... destruction, or irreversible damage to living tissue at the site of contact..."
Material is one which is hygroscopic (that is,
The lowest temperature at which a flame will propagate through the vapor of a combustible material to the liquid surface.
Material is one which is incapable of dissolving to any significant extent in a specific solvent.
Is a chemical which may cause reversible inflammation on contact
When two liquids dissolve completely in each other whatever the proportions of the components
A widely used abbreviation for Material Safety Data Sheet. A MSDS contains details of the hazards associated with a chemical, and gives information on its safe use.
Is an agent that changes the hereditary genetic material which is a part of every living cell. Such a mutation is probably an early step in the sequence of events that ultimately leads to the developement of cancer.
A chemical which may lead to the developement of allergic reactions after repeated exposure.
Substance is one that is capable of causing injury or damage to a living organism.
A chemical that is prone to react
a chemical that can cause a fire
how a chemical can react to other chemicals
A chemical that can cause harm
a substance that can cause a fire or explosion
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