Sulfuric Acid Precautions
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- MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET SULPHURIC ACID, 10 – 51 % 1
- No: MSDS 01 SULPHURIC ACID 10 – 51%. Date Issued sulphuric acid solution contained within a battery. Inorganic .
- MSDS Sulphuric Acid
- Msds.sulphuric acid. Jan 2007.
- B.B. BATTERY CO., LTD. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
- Product name: Valve regulated lead-acid batteries . Ingestion of sulfuric acid will cause GI tract burns.
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- FLASHPOINT. EXPLOSIVE LIMIT. COMMENTS.
- MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET EMERGENCY TELEPHONE
- SULFURIC ACID PRECAUTIONS. SKIN CONTACT: Flush with water; see physician if contact area is large or if blisters form.
Suggested Web Resources
- Chemical Safety Data: Sulfuric acid
- Do not allow the acid or a solution of it to come into contact with your skin. Concentrated sulfuric acid acid should not be diluted by inexperienced users!
- Sulfuric acid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Sulfuric acid (alternative spelling sulphuric acid) is a strong mineral acid with the molecular formula H2SO4. Its historical name is oil of vitriol.
- Chlorosulfuric acid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Chloridosulfonic acid sulfuric chlorohydrin.
- Material Safety Data Sheet PrintCart
- Acid can be released from a battery if the battery case is damaged or if vents are tampered with. 4. First Aid Measures (Sulfuric Acid Precautions).
- Safety Precautions for Sulfuric Acid | eHow.com
- Safety Precautions for Sulfuric Acid.
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