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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECH -- SULFUR SPECTROMETRIC STANDARD SOLUTION, 3154 -- 6630-00N056827
=====================  Product Identification  =====================

Product ID:SULFUR SPECTROMETRIC STANDARD SOLUTION, 3154
MSDS Date:02/01/1993
FSC:6630
NIIN:00N056827
MSDS Number: CDWLS
=== Responsible Party ===
Company Name:NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECH
Address:E BLDG 128 RT 2 QUINCY ORCHARD RD
City:GAITHERSBURG
State:MD
ZIP:20899
Country:US
Info Phone Num:301-975-2019
Emergency Phone Num:301-975-2000
CAGE:9Y292
=== Contractor Identification ===
Company Name:NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS & TECH
Address:RT 270 & QUINCY ORCHARD E BLDG 128
Box:City:GAITHERSBURG
State:MD
ZIP:20899
Country:US
Phone:301-975-6439
CAGE:9Y292

=============  Composition/Information on Ingredients  =============

Ingred Name:SULFURIC ACID (SARA 302/313) (CERCLA)
CAS:7664-93-9
RTECS #:WS5600000
Fraction by Wt: 1.0%
OSHA PEL:1 MG/M3
ACGIH TLV:1 MG/M3/3 STEL
EPA Rpt Qty:1000 LBS
DOT Rpt Qty:1000 LBS

Ingred Name:SUPDAT:MAY CAUSE SEV SECOND & THIRD DEGREE BURNS
    W/NECROSIS. POSS CHARRING MAY OCCUR LEADING TO SHOCK & COLLAPSE
    (ING 3)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 2:DEPENDING ON AMT OF TISS INVOLVED. THE RSLTG WOUNDS
    MAY BE LONG IN HEALING & MAY CAUSE EXTENSIVE SCARRING (ING 4)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 3:THAT MAY RSLT IN FUNCTIONAL INHIBITION. CONT W/DILUTE
    SOLNS MAY CAUSE SKIN IRRIT. EYE EXPOS TO VAPS OF (ING 5)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 4:SULFURIC ACID MAY CAUSE BURNING/STINGING SENSATION
    W/LACRIMATION, BLURRED VISION & CONJUNCTIVAL CONGESTION.(ING 6)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 5:SPLASHES OF ACID IN EYES MAY PRDCE DEEP CORNEAL
    ULCERATION, KERATOCONJUNCITIVITIS & PALPEBRAL LESIONS WITH(ING 7)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 6:SEV SEQUELAE. IRREPARABLE CORNEAL DMG & BLNDNESS AS
    WELL AS SCARRING OF EYELIDS MAY OCCUR. SEV BURNS HAVE (ING 8)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 7:INCLUDED GLAUCOMA & CATARACT AS COMPLICATION IN MOST
    SEV CASES. CONT W/DILUTED ACID MAY PRDCE TRANSIENT (ING 9)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 8:EFTS FROM WHICH RECOVERY MAY BE COMPLETE. INGESTION
    MAY CAUSE BURNING PAIN IN MOUTH, THROAT, ESOPHAGUS & (ING 10)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 9:ABDOMEN, SOUR TASTE & NAUS FOLLOWED BY VOMIT & DIARR
    OF CHARRED, BLACK STOM CONTENTS. DEHYDRATION AND (ING 11)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 10:CARBONIZATION OF TISS MAY OCCUR W/ESCHARS ON LIPS &
    MOUTH. BROWNISH/YELLOWISH STAINS MAY BE FOUND AROUND (ING 12)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 11:MOUTH, INTENSE THIRST, DFCLT SWALLOWING, ACIDEMIA,
    STOMATITIS, RAPID & WEAK PULSE, SHALLOW BRTHG, SHOCK (ING 13)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 12:& POSS CONVLS & DEATH MAY OCCUR. ALBUMIN, BLOOD &
    CASTS IN URINE, ANURIA, ESOPHAGEAL & DELAYED GASTRIC (ING 14)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 13:STENOSIS HAVE BEEN RPTD. POSS PERFORATION OF GI
    TRACT MAY RSLT IN PERITONITIS. CHRONIC:INHAL:RPTD EXPOS (ING 15)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 14:TO MIST MAY CAUSE INFLAMM OF UPPER RESP TRACT,
    CHRONIC BRONCH & ETCHING OF DENTAL ENAMEL; CENTRAL & (ING 16)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 15:LATERAL INCISORS ARE PRIMARILY EFFECTED. RPTD EXCESS
    EXPOS OVER LONG PERIODS OF TIME HAVE RSLTD IN (ING 17)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 16:BRONCHITIC SYMPS, FREQUENT RESP TRACT INFECTIONS,
    EMPHYSEMA & DIGESTIVE DISTURB. CHRONIC INHAL MAY CAUSE (ING 18)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 17:ALKALINE DEPLETION OF BODY PRODUCING ACIDOSIS WHICH
    EFTS NERV SYS & PRDCES AGITATION, HESITANT GAIT & (ING 19)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 18:GENERALIZED WEAK. REPROD EFTS HAVE BEEN RPTD IN
    ANIMALS. SKIN:RPTD CONT W/LOW CONCS MAY CAUSE SKIN (ING 20)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 19:DESICCATION & ULCERATION OF HANDS, & PANARIS/CHRONIC
    PURULENT INFLAMM AROUND NAILS. RPTD CONT W/DILUTE (ING 21)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 20:SOLNS MAY CAUSE DERM. EYE:RPTD EXPOSURE MAY RESULT
    IN LACRIMATION AND CHRONIC CONJUNCTIVITIS.
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:FIRST AID PROC:GIVE ARTF RESPIRATION. CONT MEDICAL
    ASSISTANCE IF NECESSARY. INGEST:IF VICTIM IS CONSCIOUS, GIVE (ING
    23)
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:ING 22:2-3 GLASSES OF WATER, THEN MILK OF MAGNESIA OR
    LIMEWATER. CONT MEDICAL ASSISTANCE IF NECESSARY.
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

Ingred Name:EYE PROT:& FULL LENGTH FACESHIELD .
RTECS #:9999999ZZ

=====================  Hazards Identification  =====================

LD50 LC50 Mixture:LD50:(ORAL,RAT) 2140 MG/KG
Routes of Entry: Inhalation:YES  Skin:YES  Ingestion:YES
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:NO    IARC:YES	 OSHA:NO
Health Hazards Acute and Chronic:ACUTE:SULFURIC ACID IS CORROSIVE &
    TOX. CONCS OF 80 MG/M3 ARE IMMED DANGEROUS TO LIFE & HLTH. INHAL OF
    MISTS MAY CAUSE MUC MEMB IRRIT PRINCIPALLY AFFECTING RESP TRACT
    EPITHELIUM. LOW CONCS (0.35-5 MG/ M3) MAY CAUSE INCR PULM AIR FLOW
    RESISTANCE & SUBSEQUENT SHALLOWER & MORE RAPID BRTHG. HOT
    CONCENTRATED(EFTS OF OVEREXP)
Explanation of Carcinogenicity:SULFURIC ACID:IARC MONO ON EVAL OF
    CARCIN RISK OF CHEMS TO MAN, VOL 54, PG 41, 1992:GROUP 1.
    ANIMAL:PULMONARY IRRIT.
Effects of Overexposure:HLTH HAZ:MISTS MAY CAUSE RAPID LOSS OF
    CONSCIOUSNESS W/POSS DMG TO LUNG TISS. VAPS MAY CAUSE NASAL
    SECRETIONS, SNEEZING, BURNING/TICKLING SENSATION IN NOSE & THROAT &
    TRACHEOBRONCHITIS, CHEM PNEUMONIT IS & POSS SPASM OF VOCAL CORDS.
    HIGH CONCS MAY PRDCE BLOODY NASAL SECRETIONS & SPUTUM, & PULM
    EDEMA. VAPS FROM (SUPDAT)
Medical Cond Aggravated by Exposure:SKIN IRRITATIONS MAY BE AGGRAVATED.

=======================  First Aid Measures  =======================

First Aid:SKIN:REMOVE CONTAMD SHOES & CLTHG. RINSE AFFECTED AREA W/LG
    AMTS OF WATER FOLLOWED BY WASHING AREA W/SOAP & WATER. CONT MED
    ASSISTANCE IF NEC. EYE:IMMED FLUSH, INCL UNDER EYELIDS, W/COPIOUS
    AMTS OF WA TER FOR @ LST 15 MINS. ASSURE ADEQ FLUSHING BY
    SEPARATING EYELIDS W/FINGERS. CONT MED ASSISTANCE IF NEC.
    INHAL:REMOVE VICTIM TO FRESH AIR. IF BRTHG IS DFCLT, GIVE OXYG; IF
    VICTIM IS NOT BRTHG,(ING 22)

=====================  Fire Fighting Measures  =====================

Extinguishing Media:USE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA THAT IS APPROPRIATE TO
    SURROUNDING FIRE. USE WATER SPRAY TO DILUTE SULFURIC ACID DURING
    FIRES.
Fire Fighting Procedures:USE NIOSH APPROVED SCBA & FULL PROTECTIVE
    EQUIPMENT .
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:SULFURIC ACID WILL IGNITE/PRODUCE AN
    EXPLOSIVE REACTION WITH THE FOLLOWING MATLS:FINELY DIVIDED COMBUST
    MATLS, METALS. FOR A COMPLETE LISTING CONT NEHC .

==================  Accidental Release Measures  ==================

Spill Release Procedures:NOTIFY SAFETY PERSONNEL OF LARGE LEAKS OR
    SPILLS. PROVIDE MAXIMUM VENTILATION. CLEANUP PERSONNEL NEED
    PROTECTION FROM INHALATION OF VAPORS AND CONTACT WITH THE LIQUID.
Neutralizing Agent:NONE SPECIFIED BY MANUFACTURER.

======================	Handling and Storage  ======================

Handling and Storage Precautions:STORE CNTNRS IN CLEAN, COOL,
    WELL-VENTIALTED AREA. PROVIDE EMERGENCY NEUTRALIZATION MATLS &
    EQUIPMENT NEAR STORAGE & AREAS OF USE.
Other Precautions:THOSE HNDLG SULFURIC ACID SHOULD USE FULL PROT CLTHG
    & EQUIP TO PREVENT BODY CONTACT WITH LIQUID. NOTE:CONTACT LENSES
    POSE SPECIAL PROBLEM; SOFT LENSES MAY ABSORB IRRITANTS & ALL LENSES
    CONCENTRATE TH EM. DO NOT WEAR CONTACT LENSES IN LAB.

=============  Exposure Controls/Personal Protection  =============

Respiratory Protection:NIOSH APPROVED RESPIRATOR APPROPRIATE FOR
    EXPOSURE OF CONCERN .
Ventilation:PROVIDE ADEQUATE EXHAUST VENTILATION TO MEET TLV
    REQUIREMENTS.
Protective Gloves:RUBBER GLOVES.
Eye Protection:ANSI APPRVD CHEM WORKERS GOGGS (ING 24)
Other Protective Equipment:ANSI APPRVD EYE WASH & DELUGE SHOWER
    .APRONS, LONG-SLEEVED SHIRTS.
Work Hygienic Practices:NONE SPECIFIED BY MANUFACTURER.
Supplemental Safety and Health
APPEAR/ODOR:LIQUID WITH AN ACID TASTE WHEN PURE. MATLS TO
    AVOID:W/SULFURIC ACID AND LISTED CMPDS:ACETIC ANHYDRIDE, ANILINE,
    ETHYLENE GLYCOL, ISOPRENE, VINYL ACETATE. FOR MORE COMPLETE LISTING
    OF MATLS  TO AVOID CONT NEHC . EFTS OF OVEREXP:DILUTE SOLNS MAY
    IRRITATE MUC MEMB. SKIN CONT W/CONCENTRATED ACID (ING 2)

==================  Physical/Chemical Properties  ==================

Boiling Pt:B.P. Text:626F,330C
Melt/Freeze Pt:M.P/F.P Text:50.0F,10.0C
Vapor Pres:<0.001MMHG
Vapor Density:3.4
pH:<3
Evaporation Rate & Reference:NOT KNOWN
Solubility in Water:SOLUBLE
Appearance and Odor:AN ODORLESS, COLORLESS TO YELLOW DARK BROWN DENSE
    HYGROSCOPIC OILY (SUPDAT)

=================  Stability and Reactivity Data  =================

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
SULFURIC ACID ATTACKS SOME COATINGS, PLASTICS & RUBB. IT IS INCOMPAT
    W/NITRATES. THE FOLLOWING RXNS ARE FORMED (SUPDAT)
Stability Condition to Avoid:SULFURIC ACID MAY IGNITE COMBUSTIBLE
    MATERIALS.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:THERMAL DECOMPOSITION MAY RELEASE
    TOXIC OXIDES OF SULFUR.

====================  Disposal Considerations  ====================

Waste Disposal Methods:FOLLOW ALL FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL
    REGULATIONS.

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