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bluehealth toxicityGHS system most hazardous chemicalsconcentrated acids diethyl ether ranked 1GHS systemhigher numbered hazards being less hazardousGHS labelsymbols - pictogram hazard statement and definition signal wordssignal wordsdanger warninghealth hazard ghsCarcinogen Mutagenicity Reproductive Toxicity Respiratory Sensitizer Target Organ Toxicity Aspiration Toxicityflame ghsflammables pyrophorics self heating emits flammable gas self reactives organic peroxidesexclamation mark ghsirritant - skin and eye skin sensitizer acute toxicity narcotic effects respiratory tract irritant hazardous to ozone layer (non mandatory)gas cylinder ghsGases under pressurecorrosion ghsSkin Corrosion/Burns Eye Damage Corrosive to Metalsexploding bomb ghsExplosives Self-Reactives Organic Peroxidesflame over circle ghsOxidizersenvironment ghsAquatic toxicityskull and crossbones ghsAcute Toxicity (fatal or toxic)sds section 1identificationsds section 2Hazards Identificationsds section 3Composition/Information on Ingredientssds section 4First aid measuressds section 5Fire Fighting Measuressds section 6Accidental Release Measuressds section 7Handling and storagesds section 8Exposure Controls, Personal Protectionsds section 9physical and chemical propertiessds section 10Stability and Reactivitysds section 11Toxicological Informationsds section 12Ecological Informationsds section 13Disposal Considerationssds section 14transport informationsds section 15regulatory informationsds section 16other informationhow many in sds16 sectionsmost common injuriescuts and burnswhat polishes sharp edges of broken glassfireNEVER ADD CONCENTRATED ACID TOCONCENTRATED BASE OR VICE VERSAflammable reagentsacetone benzene ether alcoholNEVER ADD WATER INTOCONCENTRATED ACIDwhat should be handled under vented hood in small quantities as possibleconcentrated acids concentrated ammonia organic acidsnever return excess materials to reagent bottlestruedo not insert spatulas or pipets into reagent used for solutiontruehow to remove glass stooper with a flathead from reagent bottlegrasp the stopper between the two middle fingers with palm of hand facing upwarddo you place glass stopper on working surfaceneververify that glass is heated resistant bylooking for pyrex or kimax trademarkwhat is used to neutralize all acid and base spillssodium bicarbonatesodium bicarbonateNaHCO3 baking sodado hot glass and cold glass look the sameyeshot plates can causefire and electric hazardhold on what when unplugging hot platesthe plug than just pulling the corddo not place what beside a hot platebeakers of flammable liquidshow to extinguish minor fires in test tubes, beakers, flasks, etceasily by smothering with a watch glass or damp towelwhat is another source for smothering small fires on benchtopsandlarge fires caused by flammable solvents are extinguished most efficiently byusing carbond dioxide or powder fire extinguishersshould you run if your clothes catch on fireno bc running fans the flamesheat burnsquick immersion in cold running water or ice water to relieve pain and decrease damage to skin if more serious cover with icepack and dont add ointment or other first aid treatmentcorrosive chemicalstrong acids strong basesdont put any what on chemical burnointmenthow to flush eyedirect a stream of water onto bridge of nose and not directly to eye to allow water to flow over the eyeballdesignated emergency assemble arealower quad bw smith and cst buildingwater beads ondirty glassyou can flush with plenty of wateraq acids and aq basesnon aq organic solventsdont pour down sinkdont dipose ofprimary standard and solutions containing heavy metals ba cu cr ni zn pb cd hgdo water droplets adhere to clean glasswareno1,10-phenanthrolineskull and crossbones environmentsodium fluorideexclamation mark skull and crossboneshydroxylamine hydrochlorideexclamation mark corrosion environmenthydrogen peroxideexclamation mark flame corrosionsilver nitrateflame corrosion environmentsodium hydroxide 19.3 Mcorrosion