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385 - Amyl Alcohol (Mixed Isomers)



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MSDS Number A6372 Effective Date 05 11 07 Supercedes 11 09 06 Amyl Alcohol Mixed Isomers 1 Product Identification Synonyms Mixed Pentanols Pentyl Alcohol Mixed Isomers CAS No Not applicable to mixtures Molecular Weight 88 15 Chemical Formula C5H11OH Product Codes 9032 2 Composition Information on Ingredients Ingredient Hazardous CAS No Percent Amyl Alcohol Yes 2 Methylbutanol Yes Isoamyl Alcohol Yes 71 41 0 55 68 137 32 6 25 40 123 51 3 2 15 3 Hazards Identification Emergency Overview WARNING FLAMMABLE LIQUID AND VAPOR HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED INHALED OR ABSORBED THROUGH SKIN VAPORS CAUSE RESPIRATORY TRACT IRRITATION AND SEVERE EYE IRRITATION LIQUID CAUSES SKIN IRRITATION SEVERE EYE IRRITATION AND POSSIBLE EYE BURNS AFFECTS CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM SAF T DATA tm Ratings Provided here for your convenience Health Rating 2 Moderate Life Flammability Rating 2 Moderate Reactivity Rating 1 Slight Contact Rating 3 Severe Lab Protective Equip GOGGLES SHIELD LAB COAT APRON VENT HOOD PROPER GLOVES CLASS B EXTINGUISHER Storage Color Code Red Flammable Potential Health Effects Inhalation Inhalation of vapors can irritate the nose throat and upper respiratory passages Higher concentrations have a narcotic effect and may cause headache nausea vomiting dizziness double vision shortness of breath and delirium In severe cases inhalation may be fatal May cause pulmonary edema a medical emergency May cause heart effects Ingestion Moderately toxic by ingestion can cause headache nausea delirium and methemoglobin formation in the blood Other symptoms may parallel those from inhalation exposure Vomiting may cause aspiration into lungs and result in chemical pnuemonia Skin Contact Skin contact causes irritations and possibly burns if contact is repeated or prolonged May be absorbed through the skin Eye Contact Vapors cause severe irritation Symptoms may include tearing pain redness swelling Liquid contact causes severe irritation and possible burns Chronic Exposure Repeated inhalation of



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