lab 4 prelab

lab 4 prelab - These questions deal with safety issues in...

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These questions deal with safety issues in the calorimetry lab. a. Which of the following chemicals are listed as hazardous? phosphoric acid nickel silicon manganese aluminum ammonium dihydrogen phosphate copper ammonia tin iron zinc b. Which of the chemicals is a respiratory hazard with vapors that should not be inhaled? iron zinc tin nickel silicon copper aluminum phosphoric acid manganese ammonium dihydrogen phosphate ammonia c. Which of the chemicals is corrosive? zinc ammonia ammonium dihydrogen phosphate manganese aluminum phosphoric acid copper tin nickel
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silicon iron d. What actions should be taken if you spill a corrosive chemical on your skin? The first thing I should do is flush the area with water. The first thing I should do is have my lab partner report the incident to the instructor. Once the instructor is notified, I should flush the affected area with water. The first thing I should do is look up the correct chemical to neutralize the corrosive chemical. I should have my lab partner report the incident to the instructor.
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2011 for the course CHEM 202 taught by Professor Feducia during the Spring '09 term at N.C. State.

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