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Chem 20L Winter 200 8 Report Guideline for the MSDS Exercise (I) On-line Resources for Laboratory Safety Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Home Page NFPA Chemical Hazard Symbols (II) Guideline for the MSDS Exercise This preliminary MSDS report, which should not exceed one and a half page, will serve as a guide for you for the rest of the quarter regarding the safety information that you need to include in the introductory material each time you use a new chemical. Refer to the due date listed on the lab schedule for this exercise. Note: You may use any of the Web sites that are listed on the MSDS information sheet for this exercise. Chemicals: Acetic Acid (5%) Sodium Chloride (ACS, Reagent Grade) Sulfuric Acid (Concentrated) Potassium Hydroxide (ACS, Reagent Grade) Record the following MSDS information in your laboratory notebook for only TWO of the chemicals
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Unformatted text preview: listed above. Printouts directly from Web pages will NOT be accepted for grading . Refer to the MSDS handout for more details. Note: You should choose the site that provides you with the chemical information that matches closely to the concentration/reagent grade listed for the chemical. Use the following items of required information listed below as headings in your report of the salient properties and safety issues for the compound Important: Reference the site (i.e. write down the name and the complete URL address) that you used for each of the chemical. (i) Chemical name (ii) Product or commercial name (iii) Formula weight and chemical formula (iv) Physical state at room temperature (v) Melting and/or boiling points, specific gravity or density (vi) Solubility in water (vii) Fire and explosion hazard (viii) Health hazards...
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