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Combustible Solid, but must be preheated before ignition possible. 5 ppm (2 mg/m ) Physical Description: White powder, leaflets, or crystals with a characteristic odor. Gr: ? 8 mmHg MLT: 137°F UEL: ? LEL: ? 2 mg/m OSHA PV2006 See Appendix A Physical Description: Colorless to white, crystalline powder. 1 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: ? P: NA Wash skin: Daily IP: ? ] dissolved in flammable liquids. ] Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods NIOSH REL: TWA 25 ppm (18 mg/m3) OSHA PEL†: TWA 50 ppm (35 mg/m3) (see Table 1): 3 NIOSH 3800, 6015, 6016 ST 35 ppm (27 mg/m ) OSHA ID188 Physical Description: Colorless gas with a pungent, suffocating odor.

P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? 16 Provide: Eyewash VP(227°F): 1 mmHg MLT: 127°F Quick drench UEL: ? LEL: ? Combustible Solid, but must be preheated before ignition possible. 5 ppm (2 mg/m ) Physical Description: White powder, leaflets, or crystals with a characteristic odor. Gr: ? 8 mmHg MLT: 137°F UEL: ? LEL: ? 2 mg/m OSHA PV2006 See Appendix A Physical Description: Colorless to white, crystalline powder. 1 (see Table 2): NIOSH BP: ? P: NA Wash skin: Daily IP: ? ] dissolved in flammable liquids.

LEL: ? D. 07 mg/m3 DOT: Synonyms/Trade Names: 4,5-Dithia-1-octene, Onion oil, 2-Propenyl propyl disulfide, Propyl allyl disulfide Exposure Limits: Measurement Methods (see Table 1): NIOSH REL: TWA 2 ppm (12 mg/m3) 3 OSHA PV2086 ST 3 ppm (18 mg/m ) 3 OSHA PEL†: TWA 2 ppm (12 mg/m ) Physical Description: Pale-yellow liquid with a strong & irritating onion-like odor. R. BP: ? Not available. R. P: ? Remove: When wet or contam IP: ? R. 93 VP: ? FRZ: 5°F UEL: ? LEL: ? D. Synonyms/Trade Names: Alumina, Aluminum oxide, Aluminum trioxide [Note: α-Alumina is the main component of technical grade alumina.

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