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Hydrochloric Acid35%
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Details about the product (Product Data).
Trade name, 35% hydrochloric acid.
Chemical Name Hydrochloric Acid.
Chemical formula HCl.
Used in the production of chlorides, water, rust, Ltd., the reaction in the production process is generally used in the laboratory and used in isolation or purification of minerals such as tin and tantalum.
Identification of hazardous chemicals (Chemical Classification).
UN Number CAS No carcinogens.
7647-01-0 1789 -.
Hazardous substances (Hazardous Ingredients).
Substances is achieved.
(Substances) percent.
(Percent) standard.
TLV security.
Hydrochloric acid, 35% 7 mg/m3 or 5 ppm 900 mg / kg (Rabbit).
Physical and chemical data (Physical and Chemical Data).
BP (Boiling Point ° C) 65.6-110 ° C.
Melting point 0 ° C (Melting Point ° C) -53 ° C.
Vapor Pressure (Vapour pressure) 78 mmHg @ 20 ° C.
Solubility in water (Solubility in Water) completely.
Specific gravity
(Specific Gravity (H2O = 1.0)) 1.16 @ 30 ° C.
Evaporation Rate (Evaporating Rate) <1.00.
The color and smell.
(Appearance Colour and Odor) colorless with a pungent smell of burning nose.
PH (pH-value) is an acid pH <0.
Fire and explosion data (Fire and Explosion Hazard Data).
5.1 Flash Point (Flash Point).
5.2 Flammable Limit (Flammable limits-LEL): The minimum value (LEL)%: NA, max (UEL)%: NA.
Self-ignition temperature is 5.3. (Autoignition Temperature).
5.4 Chemical Reaction (Chemical Reactivity).
- Reacts violently with water and heat to a high tensile strength, carbonate
- The metal reacts with hydrogen gas which is flammable.
- React with toxic gases Phosphide Phosphine.
- React with water Acetylide, Boride, Carbide heat and flame.
- The reaction of Cyanide, Sulfide gas hazards.
5.5 Substances to be avoided from the (Material to Avoid).
- Chemical reactions mentioned above.
5.6 Hazardous Decomposition Products (Hazardous Decomposition Products).
- Hydrogen chloride.
Health Hazards (Health Hazard Data).
6.1 km into the body (Ways of Exposure).
- The respiratory system, eyes, skin and digestive system.
6.2 Specific hazards (skin, eyes, mucous membranes) (Local Effects (Skin Eyes Moucous Membrane).
- There is no harm to skin, eyes and mucous membranes causes severe eye irritation. Pain and may be blind.
- May cause skin irritation and burns them.
6.3 Effects of Exposure to excessive short-term (Effects of Overexposure Short-term).
6.4 Effects of Exposure to excessive long-term (Effects of Overexposure Long-term).
- If it had been a long time will lead to blindness. The cause of chronic skin diseases. The disease causes tooth decay.
TLV 7 mg/m3 STEL 6.5 or 5 ppm.
Security measures (Safety Measures).
7.1 Data protection specialist (Special Protection Information).
7.1.1 Fire and Explosion (Fire and Explosion Prevention).
- Hydrochloric acid is a non-combustible material. (However, if we can use fire, water, foam, dry chemical powder. Fire or carbon dioxide).
7.1.2 ventilation. (Ventilation).
- Do not release to the atmosphere. The absorption of the acid vapor evaporated from the container (HCl Vapour Scrubber).
7.1.3 Types of Respiratory Protection Equipment. (RespiratorynProtection Type).
- Where the low concentration in the air. Mask covering the face of the shielding gas. The concentration of the acid vapor. To wear a mask. And synthetic materials.
7.1.4 To prevent damage to the hand (Hand Protection).
- Wear gloves to cover the elbow. Or cover types, which cover the entire body is made of PVC.
7.1.5 To prevent damage to the eye (Eye Protection).
- Wear chemical goggles. Or cover the eyes (Goggle).
7.1.6 To protect the other.
- Wear boots made of PVC.
7.2 First Aid (First Aid).
7.2.1 In case of skin contact with chemicals.
- Removing the stain out. And wash contaminated skin with water for at least 15 minutes if there is irritation.
- You should see a doctor.
7.2.2 In case of eye contact with chemicals.
- Flush eyes with water for at least 15 minutes, being careful not to allow water to flow into the eye of the eye that is not a doctor.
7.2.3 The exposure by inhalation.
- Move the patient from the scene to fresh air. If not breathing give artificial respiration. Then the doctor.
7.2.4 Additional information for medical treatment. (A treatment or cure poison).
- Where the chemical is swallowed. Do not induce vomiting. Patients should drink plenty of milk or water, summon physician.
Terms of the (Special Instructions).
8.1 Moving and Storage (Handing and Storing).
- Transport and storage containers must be tightly closed with a strong, clearly labeled. Store in a well ventilated conditions.
8.2 The anti-corrosion chemicals. (Corrosiveness).
- Packed in a container that is resistant to corrosive materials such as steel, rubber coated with PE, PP or other plastic.
8.3 to prevent leaks and spills (Spill and Leak Procedures).
- Store in sealed container. And the reserve tank. In the event of a leak. Need to break out the acid, soda ash or lime.
8.4 Disposal of chemical waste (Disposal Methods).
- Waste water from hydrochloric acid. Before it is neutralized by the sodium hydroxide treatment. Or lime and it is based.
- Similarly, in order to have minimal environmental impact.
8.5 Use of fire. (Extinguishing Media).
Hydrochloric acid is non-combustible material. But if we can use fire, water, foam, dry chemical or carbon dioxide fire.

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