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L GLUTAMIC ACID L GLUTAMIC ACID MSDS Number G3970 Effective Date 11 17 99 1 Product Identification Synonyms Glutaminol Glutaton 2 aminopentanedioic acid a aminoglutaric acid CAS No 56 86 0 Molecular Weight 147 13 Chemical Formula HOOCCH2CH NH2 COOH Product Codes J T Baker 2077 M756 Mallinckrodt 5095 2 Composition Information on Ingredients Ingredient CAS No L Glutamic Acid 56 86 0 Percent 100 Hazardous Yes 3 Hazards Identification Emergency Overview As part of good industrial and personal hygiene and safety procedure avoid all unnecessary exposure to the chemical substance and ensure prompt removal from skin eyes and clothing J T Baker SAF T DATA tm Ratings Provided here for your convenience Health Rating 0 None Flammability Rating 1 Slight http www jtbaker com msds g3970 htm 1 of 6 8 30 2001 12 50 44 AM L GLUTAMIC ACID Reactivity Rating 0 None Contact Rating 0 None Lab Protective Equip GOGGLES LAB COAT Storage Color Code Orange General Storage Potential Health Effects Inhalation No adverse health effects expected from inhalation Ingestion Large doses may cause gastro intestinal upset Skin Contact No adverse effects expected Eye Contact No adverse effects expected but dust may cause mechanical irritation Chronic Exposure No information found Aggravation of Pre existing Conditions No information found 4 First Aid Measures Inhalation Remove to fresh air Get medical attention for any breathing difficulty Ingestion If large amounts were swallowed give water to drink and get medical advice Skin Contact Wash exposed area with soap and water Get medical advice if irritation develops Eye Contact Wash thoroughly with running water Get medical advice if irritation develops 5 Fire Fighting Measures Fire As with most organic solids fire is possible at elevated temperatures or by contact with an ignition source Explosion Fine dust dispersed in air in sufficient concentrations and in the presence of an ignition source is a potential dust explosion hazard Fire Extinguishing Media



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