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|Common Name||Magnesium Hydroxide, Milk of Magnesia||Sodium Hydroxide, Liquid Caustic Soda 50%|
|GHS Signal Word||None Required|
|GHS Pictogram||None Required||Corrosive Acute Health Hazard |
H314: Causes severe skin burns and eye damage.
H335: May cause respiratory irritation.
P307+315: If exposed, get immediate medical attention.
P301+P330+P331: IF SWALLOWED: Rinse mouth. Do not induce vomiting.
P280: Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.
P264: Wash thoroughly after handling.
P273: Avoid release into the environment.
Onset of symptoms may be delayed following exposure.
|DOT 1824-154 (solution) CORROSIVE CLASS 8|
|NFPA 704||0-0-0||3-0-1 CORROSIVE|
|CDC – NIOSH||Not Listed||RTECS Number: WB4900000|
|TSCA (40 CFR 710)||ID 8137 CAS 1309-42-8||ID 8150 CAS 1310-73-2|
|USA – RCRA||Not Listed||D002 (Corrosive Waste) Waste may be hazardous waste.|
|USA – OSHA||Not Listed||OSHA Serious Violation for not wearing eye and face protection|
Standard 29 CFR 19100.133 (a) (1) – Substance 2260
|USA – CERCLA|
|Not Listed||1000# as NaOH; 2000# = 1320 gallons @50% solids|
|SARA Title III 311/312||Not Listed||Acute Health Hazard|
|Canadian: WHMIS||Domestic Substance List:|
| Class E Corrosive Material|
Ingredient Disclosure List: Listed
Domestic Substance List: Listed Corrosive 1B, STOT-SE 3
|Stability & Reactivity||Does not react violently with water. Stable.||Direct contact with water may cause a violent exothermic reaction. This material reacts violently with acids, organic halogen compounds and metals (zinc, tin, aluminum etc.) giving off highly flammable hydrogen gas.|
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