Chemical Name    

CAS-Number

ICSC Short-Term Exposure

ICSC Long-Term Exposure

ICSC Routes of Exposure and Symptoms

US NIOSH Target Organs & Routes of Entry

US NIOSH Symptoms

BENZOYL PEROXIDE      94-36-0

Inhalation: cough, sore throat

Skin: redness

Eyes: redness

Ingestion: abdominal pain,

Skin; resp sys; eyes Inh; ing; con

Irrit eyes, skin, muc memb; sens derm

tert-BUTYL HYDROPEROXIDE          75-91-2

eyes; skin; resp tract

Inhalation: burning sensation, cough, laboured breathing

Skin: redness, pain, blisters

Eyes: redness, pain, severe deep burns

Ingestion: abdominal cramps, burning sensation, weakness

CUMENE HYDROPEROXIDE     80-15-9

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs

Inhalation: burning sensation, cough, laboured breathing

Skin: redness, skin burns, pain

Eyes: redness, pain, severe deep burns

Ingestion: abdominal pain, burning sensation

DODECANOYL PEROXIDE     105-74-8

eyes; resp tract; lungs

HYDROGEN PEROXIDE     7722-84-1

Inhalation: corrosive, cough, dizziness, headache, laboured breathing, nausea, shortness of breath, sore throat, symptoms may be delayed

Skin: corrosive, redness, skin burns, pain

Eyes: corrosive, redness, pain, blurred vision, severe deep burns, ulceration of cornea, perforation

Ingestion: abdominal pain, nausea, sore throat, vomiting, abdominal distension

Skin; resp sys; eyes Inh; ing; con

Irrit eyes, nose, throat; corn ulcer; eryt, vesic skin; bleaching hair

 

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Chemical Formula

Chemical

Synonyms
UN Code

CAS-Number

94360

BENZOYL PEROXIDE

BPO;
Benoxyl;
Benzoic acid peroxide;
Benzoperoxide;
Benzoyl;
Benzoyl superoxide;
Clearasil benzoyl peroxide lotion;
Clearasil BP acne treatment

94-36-0

75912

tert-BUTYL HYDROPEROXIDE

Cadox TBH;
1,1-Dimethylethyl hydroperoxide;
Perbutyl H

75-91-2

80159

CUMENE HYDROPEROXIDE

Cumenyl hydroperoxide;
Cumyl hydroperoxide;
a-Cumyl hydroperoxide;
a,a-Dimethylbenzyl hydroperoxide;
Isopropylbenzene hydroperoxide

80-15-9

80433

DICUMYL PEROXIDE

80-43-3

105646

DIISOPROPYL PEROXYDICARBONATE

105-64-6

105748

DODECANOYL PEROXIDE

Dilauroyl peroxide;
Dilauryl peroxide;
DYP-97F;
Laurox;
Lauroyl peroxide;
Laurydol;
Peroxide, bis(1-oxododecyl)-

105-74-8

7722841

HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

Hydrogen dioxide;
Peroxan;
Peroxide
UN2015

7722-84-1

 

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Chemical Name
CAS-Number

Colour/Form

Boiling Point (°C)

Melting Point (°C)

Molecular Weight

Solubility in Water

Relative Density (water=1)

Relative Vapour Density (air=1)

Vapour Pressure/ (Kpa)

Inflam.
Limits

Flash Point (°C)

Auto Ignition Point (°C)

p-tert-BUTYLPHENOL
98-54-4

237

98

150.21

sol

@ 80 °C

4-tert-BUTYLPYRO­CATECHOL
98-29-3

285

53.5

166.21

CATECHOL
120-80-9

monoclinic tablets, prisms from toluene; colourless crystals; colourless crystals, discolours to brown on exposure to air and light, especially when moist

245

105

110.11

v sol

1.344

3.79

3x
10- 2 mm Hg

127 cc

510

p-CHLORO-m-CRESOL
59-50-7

dimorphous crystals; needles from petroleum ether; white or slightly pink crystals

235

67

142.58

sl sol

2-CHLOROPHENOL
95-57-8

light amber liquid; colourless to yellow brown liquid

174.9

9.3

128.6

sl sol

1.2634

4.4

0.23

64 cc

3-CHLOROPHENOL
108-43-0

needles; white crystals

214

33

128.6

sl sol

@25 ºC

@ 44.2 ºC

>112

4-CHLOROPHENOL
106-48-9

needle like, white to straw-coloured crystals; pink crystals

220

43

128.6

sl sol

@ 78 ºC/4 ºC

4.43

13 Pa

121 cc

CRESOL, ALL ISOMERS
1319-77-3

colourless, yellowish, brownish-yellow, or pinkish liquid

191-203

11-35

108.13

50 parts

@ 25 °C/ 25 °C

3.72

@ 25 °C

1.1 ll
? ul

43-82

559

o-CRESOL-
95-48-7

colourless crystalline compound; white crystals/liquid

191

31

108.1

sol

1.047

3.72

@ 25 °C

1.35 ll
? ul

81 cc

599

m-CRESOL
108-39-4

colourless or yellowish liquid

202

12

108.1

sl sol

1.034

3.72

@ 25 °C

1.1 ll
? ul

86 cc

558

p-CRESOL
106-44-5

crystals; prisms; colourless; white crystals; crystalline mass

201.9

35

108.13

sl sol

1.0178

3.72

@ 25 °C

1.1 ll
? ul

86 cc

559

2,6-DI-tert-BUTYL-p-­CRESOL
128-37-0

white crystalline solid; pale yellowish crystalline powder

265

70

220.34

insol

1.048

7.6

127 cc

2,6-DI-tert-BUTYLPHE­NOL
128-39-2

133

39

206.31

2,4-DICHLOROPHENOL
120-83-2

colourless crystals; hexagonal needles from benzene; white solid

210

45

163.00

sl sol

@ 60 ºC/25 ºC

5.62

@ 25.0 ºC

114

2,5-DICHLOROPHENOL
583-78-8

prisms from benzene & petroleum ether

@ 744 mm Hg

59

163.0

sl sol

5.6

@ 25 ºC

3,5-DICHLOROPHENOL
591-35-5

prisms from petroleum ether

@ 757 mm Hg

68

163.00

sl sol

5.6

@ 25 ºC

2,4-DIMETHYLPHENOL
105-67-9

crystals; needles from water; colourless needles

@ 766 mm Hg

25.4-26

122.16

sl sol

0.9650

@ 92.3 °C

DINITRO-o-CRESOL
534-52-1

312

87

198.13

sl sol

6.8

@ 25 °C

HYDROQUINONE
123-31-9

colourless, hexagonal prisms; white crystals; monoclinic prisms (sublimation); needles from water; prisms from methanol

285-287

172

110.11

sol

1.332

3.81

0.12 Pa

165

515

2-HYDROXYBIPHENYL
90-43-7

needles from petroleum ether; pinkish crystals; white, flaky crystals; colourless crystals

286

59

170.20

insol

@ 25 °C/4 °C

@ 163 °C

124 cc

530

4-METHOXYPHENOL
150-76-5

plates from water; white waxy solid

243

57

124.14

sol

1.55

132 oc

421

NONYLPHENOL, ALL ISOMERS
25154-52-3

thick light yellow, straw coloured liquid

293-297

-10

220.39

insol

0.950

7.59

<0.01

1.0 ll
? ul

140 cc

370

PENTACHLOROPHE­NOL
87-86-5

colourless crystals (pure); dark greyish powder or flakes (crude product); solid beads or flakes; white monoclinic, crystalline solid; needle-like crystals

309-310

190-191

266.3

sl sol

@ 22 ºC/4 ºC

9.20

0.02 Pa

PENTACHLOROPHE­NOL, SODIUM SALT
131-52-2

buff coloured flakes; white or tan powder

288.34

@ 25 ºC

PHENOL
108-95-2

colourless, acicular crystals or white, crystalline mass; colourless to light pink, interlaced, or separate, needleshaped crystals, or a light pink, crystalline mass

181.8

43

94.11

sol

1.0576

3.24

47 Pa

1.7 ll
8.6 ul

79 cc

715

PYROGALLIC ACID
87-66-1

white crystals; orthorhombic; leaflets or needles from benzene

309

133

126.11

v sol

1.45

@ 168 °C

RESORCINOL
108-46-3

white needle-like crystals; needles from benzene; plates from water; rhombic tablets & pyramids; powder

280

111

110.11

sol

1.2717

1.0739

@ 108.4 °C

@ 200 °C ll

2,3,4,6-TETRACHLO­ROPHENOL
58-90-2

needles from ligroin, acetic acid; brown flakes or sublimed mass; light brown mass

@ 15 mm Hg

70

231.89

insol

@ 25 ºC/4 ºC

@ 100.0 ºC

2,3,5,6-TETRACHLO­ROPHENOL
935-95-5

leaf, from ligroin

288

115

231.89

sl sol

1.7

8.1

<10 Pa

4,4'-THIO-BIS-(6-tert-­BUTYL-M-CRESOL)
96-69-5

light grey powder; fine white crystals

150

358.58

0.08%

2,3,4-TRICHLORO­PHENOL
15950-66-0

white powder or needles

83.5 sublimes

197.5

2,3,5-TRICHLORO­PHENOL
933-78-8

colourless crystals

248-249

62

197.4

insol

6.8

2,3,6-TRICHLORO­PHENOL
933-75-5

needles from diluted alcohol, petroleum ether; colourless needles

253

58

197.44

sl sol

1.5

6.82

78

2,4,5-TRICHLORO­PHENOL
95-95-4

needles from alcohol or ligroin; gray flakes in sublimed mass; colourless needles

253

67

197.4

sl sol

@ 25 ºC/4 ºC

@ 25 ºC

2,4,6-TRICHLORO­PHENOL
88-06-2

crystals from ligroin; yellow flakes; rhombic needles from acetic acid; colourless needles

246

69

197.45

@ 25 ºC

1.4901

6.8

@ 76.5 ºC

 

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Chemical Name
CAS-Number

Physical

Chemical

UN Class or Division /  Subsidiary Risks

CATECHOL
120-80-9

On combustion, forms acrid and irritating fumes • Reacts with oxidants

p-CHLORO-m-CRESOL
59-50-7

6.1

2-CHLOROPHENOL
95-57-8

The vapour is heavier than air

The substance decomposes on heating producing toxic and corrosive fumes (hydrochloric acid, chlorine) • Reacts with oxidants

6.1

3-CHLOROPHENOL
108-43-0

The substance decomposes on heating producing toxic and corrosive fumes (hydrochloric acid, chlorine) • Reacts with oxidants

4-CHLOROPHENOL
106-48-9

The vapour is heavier than air

The substance decomposes on heating producing toxic and corrosive fumes (hydrochloric acid, chlorine) • Reacts with oxidants

6.1

CRESOL, ALL ISOMERS
1319-77-3

The substance decomposes on heating producing strong acids and bases, causing fire and explosion hazard • Attacks many metals

6.1/ 8

o-CRESOL
95-48-7

On combustion, forms toxic fumes • Reacts violently with strong oxidizing agents, causing fire and explosion hazard • Easily oxidized on exposure to air

6.1/ 8

m-CRESOL
108-39-4

The substance decomposes on burning producing toxic and irritating fumes • Reacts with strong oxidants

6.1/ 8

p-CRESOL
106-44-5

On combustion, forms toxic fumes • Reacts violently with strong oxidizing agents, causing fire and explosion hazard

6.1/ 8

2,6-DI-tert-BUTYL-p-CRESOL
128-37-0

The substance decomposes on heating and on contact with oxidizing materials

2,4-DICHLOROPHENOL
120-83-2

The vapour is heavier than air

On combustion, forms corrosive gas (hydrogen chloride) • Reacts violently with strong oxidants • Gives off toxic fumes in a fire

6.1

2,5-DICHLOROPHENOL
583-78-8

The substance decomposes on burning producing irritating and poisonous gases • Reacts with oxidants, acid chlorides, acid anhydrides

6.1

3,5-DICHLOROPHENOL
591-35-5

The substance decomposes on burning producing irritating and poisonous gases, acid chlorides, acid anhydrides • Reacts with oxidants

6.1

2,4-DIMETHYLPHENOL
105-67-9

6.1

DINITRO-o-CRESOL
534-52-1

6.1

HYDROQUINONE
123-31-9

Dust explosion possible if in powder or granular form, mixed with air

Reacts violently with sodium hydroxide

6.1

2-HYDROXYBIPHENYL
90-43-7

Dust explosion possible if in powder or granular form, mixed with air

Producing carbon monoxide, acrid smoke and irritant fumes • Reacts with strong bases and strong oxidants

PENTACHLOROPHENOL
87-86-5

The substance decomposes on heating above 200 °C, producing toxic fumes and toxic gases including hydrogen chloride, dioxines, chlorinated phenols • Reacts violently with strong oxidants and water, causing fire and explosion hazard

6.1

PENTACHLOROPHENOL, SODIUM SALT
131-52-2

On contact with hot surfaces or flames this substance decomposes forming hydrocarbon chloride, chlorinated phenols, carbon monoxide, and Na2O • Reacts with strong oxidants causing fire and explosion hazard

6.1

PHENOL
108-95-2

The vapour is heavier than air and may travel along the ground; distant ignition possible

May explode on heating above 78 °C • On combustion, forms toxic fumes (carbon monoxide) • Upon heating, toxic fumes are formed • The solution in water is a weak acid • Reacts with oxidants causing fire and explosion hazard

6.1

PYROGALLIC ACID
87-66-1

Upon heating, toxic fumes are formed • The substance is a weak acid • Reacts with oxidants and bases

RESORCINOL
108-46-3

6.1

2,3,4,6-TETRACHLOROPHENOL
58-90-2

6.1

2,3,5,6-TETRACHLOROPHENOL
935-95-5

The vapour is heavier than air

The substance decomposes on heating and on contact with strong oxidants producing toxic and irritant vapours and fumes such as hydrogen chloride, phosgene • The substance is a weak acid

6.1

2,3,4-TRICHLORO PHENOL
15950-66-0

The substance decomposes on heating producing carbon monoxide, hydrogen chloride • Reacts with oxidants, acid anhydrides, and acid chlorides

2,3,5-TRICHLORO PHENOL
933-78-8

The substance decomposes on heating, on burning and on contact with strong oxidants producing toxic and irritant vapour and fumes (hydrogen chloride and phosgene) • The substance is a weak acid • Reacts with strong oxidants

2,3,6-TRICHLOROPHENOL
933-75-5

May explode on heating • The substance decomposes on heating, on contact with strong oxidants producing toxic and irritant vapours and fumes (hydrogen chloride and phosgene) • The substance is a weak acid • Reacts with strong oxidants

2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOL
95-95-4

May explode on heating to decomposition • The substance decomposes on heating and on contact with strong oxidants producing toxic and irritating fumes (chlorine, hydrochloric acid) • The substance is a weak acid • Reacts with strong oxidants • Reacts in an alkaline medium at high temperatures producing highly toxic chlorinated dioxins

2,4,6-TRICHLOROPHENOL
88-06-2

On combustion, forms toxic fumes (HCI, CO) • The substance decomposes on heating or on burning producing toxic and corrosive fumes (hydrogen chloride and chlorine) • Reacts violently with strong oxidants

For UN Class: 1.5 = very insensitive substances which have a mass explosion hazard; 2.1 = flammable gas; 2.3 = toxic gas; 3 = flammable liquid; 4.1 = flammable solid; 4.2 = substance liable to spontaneous combustion; 4.3 = substance which in contact with water emits flammable gases; 5.1 = oxidizing substance; 6.1 = toxic; 7 = radioactive; 8 = corrosive substance

 

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Chemical Name    

CAS-Number

ICSC Short-Term Exposure

ICSC Long-Term Exposure

ICSC Routes of Exposure and Symptoms

US NIOSH Target Organs & Routes of Entry

US NIOSH Symptoms

CATECHOL        120-80-9

eyes; skin; resp tract; GI tracts; CNS; blood

skin

Inhalation: cough, laboured breathing

Skin: may be absorbed, redness

Eyes: redness, severe deep burns

Ingestion: abdominal pain, diarrhoea, vomiting,

Eyes; skin; resp sys; CNS; kidneys Inh; abs; ing; con

Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; skin sens, derm; lac, burned eyes; convuls, incr BP, kidney inj

p-CHLOROPHENOL     106-48-9

eyes; skin; resp. tract; CNS; bladder

liver; lungs; kidneys; blood; heart

Inhalation: cough, dizziness, headache, laboured breathing, sore throat

Skin: may be absorbed, redness

Eyes: redness

Ingestion: abdominal pain

o-CRESOL         95-48-7

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs; CNS

skin; lungs; liver; kidneys

Inhalation: burning sensation, cough, headache, laboured breathing, nausea, vomiting

Skin: may be absorbed, redness, pain, blisters

Eyes: redness, pain, severe deep burns

Ingestion: abdominal cramps, burning sensation, collapse

Eyes, skin, resp sys, CNS, liver, kidneys, pancreas, CVS Inh; abs; ing; con

Irrit eyes, skin, muc memb; CNS effects: conf, depres, resp fail; dysp, irreg rapid resp, weak pulse; eye, skin burns; derm; lung, liver, kidney, pancreas damage

m-CRESOL         108-39-4

CNS

skin; lungs; liver; kidneys; CNS

Inhalation: cough, headache, laboured breathing, nausea, unconsciousness

Skin: may be absorbed, roughness

Eyes: severe deep burns

Ingestion: dizziness, dullness, headache, unconsciousness

Eyes; skin; resp sys; CNS; liver; kidneys; CVS; pancreas Inh; abs; ing; con

Irrit eyes, skin, muc memb; CNS effects: conf, depres, resp fail; dysp, irreg rapid resp, weak pulse; eye, skin burns; derm; lung, liver, kidney, pancreas damage

p-CRESOL         106-44-5

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs; CNS

skin; lungs; liver; kidneys

Inhalation: burning sensation, cough, headache, laboured breathing, nausea, vomiting

Skin: may be absorbed, redness, pain, blisters

Eyes: redness, pain, severe deep burns

Ingestion: abdominal cramps, burning sensation, collapse

Eyes, skin; resp sys; CNS; liver; kidneys; pancreas; CVS Inh; abs; ing; con

Irrit eyes, skin, muc memb; CNS effects: conf, depres, resp fail; dysp, irreg rapid resp, weak pulse; eye, skin burns; derm; lung, liver, kidney, pancreas damage

CRESOL, ALL ISOMERS     1319-77-3

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs; CNS

skin; lungs; kidneys; liver

Inhalation: confusion, cough, dizziness, headache, shortness of breath, sore throat, unconsciousness, weakness, US NIOSH Symptoms may be delayed

Skin: may cause toxic effects within 20-30 minutes after skin contact, may be absorbed, redness, serious skin burns, pain

Eyes: irritation, pain, severe deep burns

Ingestion: abdominal pain, diarrhoea, vomiting

2,6-DI-tert-BUTYL-p-CRESOL     128-37-0

eyes; skin; resp tract

skin

Inhalation: cough, sore throat

Skin: may be absorbed, redness, pain

Eyes: redness, pain

Ingestion: abdominal pain, diarrhoea, dizziness, headache, vomiting

Eyes, skin Inh; ing; con

Irrit eyes, skin; in animals: decr growth rate, incr liver weight

2,4-DICHLOROPHENOL     120-83-2

Ingestion: dizziness, headache, convulsion, body temperature change

2,5-DICHLOROPHENOL     583-78-8

eyes; skin; resp. tract

Inhalation: see ingestion

Skin: may be absorbed, redness, skin burns, pain

Eyes: redness, pain, severe deep burns

Ingestion: abdominal pain, burning sensation, diarrhoea, dizziness, headache, laboured breathing, nausea, vomiting, weakness, loss of coordination

3,5-DICHLOROPHENOL     591-35-5

skin; eyes; resp. tract

Inhalation: see ingestion

Skin: may be absorbed, redness, skin burns, pain

Eyes: redness, pain

Ingestion: abdominal pain, burning sensation, diarrhoea, dizziness, headache, laboured breathing, nausea, vomiting, weakness, loss of coordination

DINITRO-o-CRESOL     534-52-1

CVS; endocrine sys; eyes Inh; abs; ing; con

Sense of well being; head, fever, lass, profuse sweat, profuse thirst, tacar, hyperpnea, cough, short breath, coma

HYDROQUINONE     123-31-9

eyes; skin; resp tract

skin

Inhalation: cough, laboured breathing

Skin: redness

Eyes: redness, pain, blurred vision

Ingestion: blue skin, dizziness, headache, nausea, shortness of breath, convulsions, vomiting, ringing in the ears

Eyes; resp sys; skin; CNS Inh; ing; con

Irrit eyes, conj, kera; CNS excitement; colored urine, nau, dizz, suffocation, rapid breath; musc twitch, delirium; collapse; skin irrit, sens, derm

2-HYDROXYBIPHENYL    90-43-7

eyes; skin; resp tract

Inhalation: see ingestion

Skin: redness

Eyes: redness

Ingestion: abdominal cramps, abdominal pain, cough, laboured breathing

NONYLPHENOL, ALL ISOMERS          25154-52-3

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs

Inhalation: burning sensation, cough, laboured breathing, sore throat, unconsciousness

Skin: redness, skin burns, pain

Eyes: redness, pain, blurred vision

Ingestion: abdominal pain, diarrhoea, nausea, sore throat

PENTACHLOROPHENOL  87-86-5

eyes; skin; resp. tract; lungs; heart

skin; lungs; CNS liver; kidneys

Inhalation: cough, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, laboured breathing, sore throat

Skin: may be absorbed, redness, blisters

Eyes: redness, pain

Ingestion: abdominal cramps, diarrhoea, nausea, unconsciousness, vomiting, weakness

CVS; resp sys; eyes; liver; kidneys; skin; CNSInh; abs; ing; con

Irrit eyes, nose, throat; sneez, cough; weak, anor, low-wgt; sweat; head, dizz; nau, vomit; dysp, chest pain; high fever; derm

PENTACHLOROPHENOL, SODIUM SALT    131-52-2

eyes; skin; resp. tract; lungs

skin; CNS; lungs; liver; kidneys

Inhalation: cough, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, perspiration, laboured breathing, sore throat

Skin: may be absorbed, redness, skin burns, burning sensation

Eyes: redness, pain, loss of vision

Ingestion: fever, perspiration, excitement, convulsion, coma

PHENOL            108-95-2

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs; CNS; liver; kidneys

skin; kidneys; liver

Inhalation: burning sensation, cough, dizziness, headache, nausea, shortness of breath, unconsciousness, vomiting, US NIOSH Symptoms may be delayed

Skin: may be absorbed, serious skin burns, shock, collapse, coma, convulsion, local anesthetic effect, death

Eyes: permanent loss of vision, severe deep burns

Ingestion: abdominal pain, convulsions, diarrhoea, shock or collapse, sore throat, smoky, greenish-dark urine,

Liver; kidneys; skin; eyes, resp sys Inh; abs; ing; con

Irrit eyes, nose, throat; anor, low-wgt; weak, musc ache, pain; dark urine; cyan; liver, kidney damage; skin burns; derm; ochronosis; tremor, convuls, twitch

PYROGALLIC ACID         87-66-1

eyes; skin; resp tract; liver; kidneys; blood

skin

Inhalation: blue lips or finger nails, blue skin, cough, dizziness, headache, laboured breathing, nausea, shortness of breath, sore throat

Skin: may be absorbed, redness, pain, local discoloration

Eyes: redness, pain

Ingestion: abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, weakness

2,3,5,6-TETRACHLOROPHENOL     935-95-5

Inhalation: cough, sore throat

Skin: may be absorbed, redness, pain

Eyes: redness, pain

Ingestion: abdominal pain, diarrhoea, dizziness, headache, nausea, fatigue, muscular spasms, increased body temperature and sweating

2,3,5-TRICHLOROPHENOL     933-78-8

skin

Inhalation: cough, sore throat

Skin: redness, pain

Eyes: redness, pain

Ingestion: convulsion, abdominal pain, diarrhoea, dizziness, headache, vomiting, weakness, fatigue, muscular spasms, increased body temperature and sweating

2,3,6-TRICHLOROPHENOL     933-75-5

eyes; skin; resp. tract

skin

Inhalation: cough, sore throat

Skin: redness, pain

Eyes: redness, pain

Ingestion: abdominal pain, diarrhoea, dizziness, headache, vomiting, weakness, fatigue, muscular spasms, increased body temperature and sweating

2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOL     95-95-4

eyes; skin; resp. tract

skin; liver; kidneys

Inhalation: cough, sore throat

Skin: may be absorbed, redness

Eyes: redness, blurred vision

Ingestion: abdominal pain, diarrhoea, dizziness, headache, vomiting, weakness, fatigue, sweating

2,4,6-TRICHLOROPHENOL     88-06-2

eyes; skin; resp. tract

liver

Inhalation: cough

Skin: may be absorbed, redness

Eyes: redness

Ingestion: diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, weakness

 

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Chemical Formula

Chemical

Synonyms
UN Code

CAS-Number

128370

2,6-DI-tert-BUTYL-p-CRESOL

2,6-Bis(1,1-dimethylethyl)-4-methyl­phenol;
Butylated hydroxytoluene;
Butylhydroxytoluene;
DBMP;
DBPC;
2,6-Di-tert-­butyl-1-hydroxy-4-methylbenzene;
3,5-Di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxytoluene;
2,6-Di-tert-butyl-p-methylphenol;
2,6-Di-tert-butyl-4-methylphenol;
4-Hydroxy-3,5-di-tert-butyltoluene

128-37-0

128392

2,6-DI-tert-BUTYLPHENOL

2,6-Bis(tert-butyl)phenol

128-39-2

98544

p-tert-BUTYLPHENOL

4-tert-Butylphenol;
4-(1,1-Dimethylethyl)phenol;
1-Hydroxy-4-tert-butylbenzene;
Phenol, 4-(1,1-Dimethylethyl)-;
PTBP

98-54-4

98293

4-tert-BUTYL PYROCATECHOL

1,2-Benzenediol, 4-(1,1-Dimethylethyl)-;
4-tert-butyl-1,2-benzenediol;
4-tert-Butylcatechol;
p-tert-Butylpyrocatechol;
4-tert-Butylpyrocatechol

98-29-3

120809

CATECHOL

o-Benzenediol;
1,2-Benzenediol;
Catechol;
o-Dihydroxybenzene;
1,2-Dihydroxybenzene;
o-Dioxybenzene;
o-Diphenol;
o-Hydroquinone;
o-Hydroxyphenol;
2-Hydroxyphenol;
o-Phenylenediol

120-80-9

59507

p-CHLORO-m-CRESOL

4-Chlor-m-cresol;
Chlorocresol;
p-Chlorocresol;
6-Chloro-m-cresol;
2-Chloro-hydroxytoluene

59-50-7

95578

o-CHLOROPHENOL

2-Chlorophenol

95-57-8

108430

m-CHLOROPHENOL

3-Chlorophenol

108-43-0

106489

p-CHLOROPHENOL

4-Chlorophenol

106-48-9

95487

o-CRESOL

2-Cresol;
o-Cresylic acid;
1-Hydroxy-2-methylbenzene;
o-Hydroxytoluene;
2-Hydroxytoluene;
o-Methylphenol;
2-Methylphenol;
o-Methylphenylol;
o-Oxytoluene;
Phenol
UN2076

95-48-7

108394

m-CRESOL

3-Cresol;
m-Cresylic acid;
1-Hydroxy-3-methylbenzene;
m-Hydroxytoluene;
3-Hydroxytoluene;
m-Methylphenol;
3-Methylphenol
UN2076

108-39-4

106445

p-CRESOL

4-Cresol;
p-Cresylic acid;
1-Hydroxy-4-methylbenzene;
p-Hydroxytoluene;
4-Hydroxytoluene;
p-Methylhydroxybenzene;
1-Methyl-4-hydroxybenzene;
p-Methylphenol;
4-Methylphenol
UN2076

106-44-5

1319773

CRESOL, ALL ISOMERS

Cresylic acid;
Cresylic acid;
Methylphenol;
Tekresol;
Ar-toluenol;
Tricresol
UN2022

1319-77-3

120832

2,4-DICHLOROPHENOL

2,4-DCP;
2,4-Dichlorohydroxybenzene

120-83-2

583788

2,5-DICHLOROPHENOL

583-78-8

591355

3,5-DICHLOROPHENOL

591-35-5

105679

2,4-DIMETHYLPHENOL

4,6-Dimethylphenol;
1-Hydroxy-2,4-Dimethylbenzene;
m-Xylenol;
2,4-Xylenol

105-67-9

534521

DINITRO-o-CRESOL

Dinitrocresol;
2,4-Dinitro-o-cresol;
4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol;
Dinitrodendtroxal;
3,5-Dinitro-2-hydroxytoluene;
Dinitrol;
Dinitromethyl cyclohexyltrienol;
2,4-Dinitro-6-methylphenol;
DNOC;
2-Methyl-4,6-dinitrophenol;
Nitrador
UN1598

534-52-1

123319

HYDROQUINONE

p-Benzenediol;
1,4-Benzenediol;
Benzohydroquinone;
Benzoquinol;
Dihydroxybenzene;
p-Dihydroxybenzene;
1,4-Dihydroxybenzene;
p-dioxobenzene;
p-Dioxybenzene;
p-Hydroquinone
UN2662

123-31-9

90437

2-HYDROXYBIPHENYL

o-Biphenylol;
2-Biphenylol;
o-Diphenylol;
o-Hydroxydiphenyl;
2-Hydroxydiphenyl;
Orthohydroxydiphenyl

90-43-7

150765

4-METHOXYPHENOL

Hydroquinone monomethyl ether;
p-Methoxyphenol;
4-Methoxyphenol;
MME;
Monomethyl ether hydroquinone

150-76-5

25154523

NONYL PHENOL, ALL ISOMERS

Hydroxyl no. 253

25154-52-3

87865

PENTACHLOROPHENOL

Dowcide 7;
Dow pentachlorophenol DP-2 antimicrobial;
Durotox;
EP 30;
1-Hydroxypentachlorobenzene;
Lauxtol;
Lauxtol A;
Liroprem

87-86-5

108952

PHENOL

Benzenol;
Carbolic acid;
Hydroxybenzene;
Monohydroxybenzene;
Monophenol;
Oxybenzene;
Phenic acid;
Phenol alcohol;
Phenyl hydrate;
Phenyl hydroxide;
Phenylic acid;
Phenylic alcohol
UN1671
UN2312
UN2821

108-95-2

131522

PENTACHLOROPHENOL, SODIUM SALT

Pentachlorophenate sodium;
Pentachlorophenoxy sodium;
Pentaphenate;
Sodium pentachlorophenate;
Sodium pentachlorophenol;
UN2567

131-52-2

87661

PYROGALLOL

Benzene, 1,2,3-trihydroxy-;
1,2,3-Benzenetriol;
Fouramine Brown AP;
Fourrine PG;
Fourrine 85;
Pyrogallic acid;
1,2,3-Trihydroxybenzene

87-66-1

108463

RESORCINOL

m-Benzenediol;
1,3-Benzenediol;
m-Dihydroxybenzene;
1,3-Dihydroxybenzene;
m-Dioxybenzene;
m-Hydroquinone;
3-Hydroxycyclohexadien-1-one;
m-Hydroxyphenol;
3-Hydroxyphenol;
Phenol, m-hydroxy-
UN2876

108-46-3

935955

2,3,5,6-TETRACHLOROPHENOL

935-95-5

58902

2,4,5,6-TETRACHLOROPHENOL

Dowicide 6;
TCP;
2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol

58-90-2

96695

4,4'-THIOBIS(6-tert-BUTYL-m-CRESOL)

Bis(3-tert-butyl-4-hydroxy-6-methylphenyl) sulphide;
Bis(4-hydroxy-5-tert-butyl-2-methylphenyl) sulphide;
4,4'-Thiobis(6-tert-butyl-m-cresol)

96-69-5

<15950660

2,3,4-TRICHLOROPHENOL

15950-66-0

933788

2,3,5-TRICHLOROPHENOL

933-78-8

88062

2,4,6-TRICHLOROPHENOL

88-06-2

95954

2,4,5-TRICHLOROPHENOL

Collunosol;
Dowcide 2;
Dowicide 2;
Dowicide B;
Nurelle;
Preventol I

95-95-4

933755

2,3,6-TRICHLORO PHENOL

933-75-5

1300716

XYLENOL

Dimethylphenol;
Phenol, dimethyl-
UN2261

1300-71-6

 

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Chemical Name
CAS-Number

Colour/Form

Boiling Point (°C)

Melting Point (°C)

Molecular Weight

Solubility in Water

Relative Density (water=1)

Relative Vapour Density (air=1)

Vapour Pressure/ (Kpa)

Inflam.
Limits

Flash Point (°C)

Auto Ignition Point ( °C)

CALCIUM PHOSPHIDE
1305-99-3

red-brown crystalline powder or gray lumps

1600

182.20

2.51

DIBUTYL PHENYL PHOSPHATE
2528-36-1

clear slightly yellow liquid

131-132

286.34

sl sol

@ 25 °C/ 25 °C

@ 25 °C

129 cc; 177 oc

DIBUTYL PHOSPHATE
107-66-4

pale amber liquid

210.21

insol

1.06

1 mm Hg

DIETHYLTHIOPHOS­PHORYL CHLORIDE
2524-04-1

colourless to light amber liquid

>110

<-75

188.62

insol

@ 25 °C/ 25 °C

@ 50 °C

110

DIMETHYL HYDROGEN PHOSPHITE
868-85-9

mobile, colourless liquid

@ 25 mm Hg

110.05

sol

1.200

HEXAMETHYL PHOSPHORAMIDE
680-31-9

colourless, mobile liquid

233

5-7

179.24

misc

1.03

6.18

0.03 mm Hg

PHENYLPHOSPHINE
638-21-1

160.5

110.09

@ 15 °C

PHOSPHINE
7803-51-2

colourless gas

-87.7

-133

34.00

sl sol

0.75

1.17

3530

1.79 ll
? ul

flammable gas

100-150

PHOSPHORUS
7723-14-0

white: colourless or white, transparent, crystalline solid; waxy appearance; yellow: white to yellow, soft, waxy solid; black: polymorphic, orthorhombic crystalline form, amorphous form; red: red to violet powder; polymorphism; violet: violet monoclinic

@ 200)

@ 43 atm

30.9737

insol

Red: 2.34; Violet: 2.36; Black: 2.70; Yellow: 1.82

Red: 4.77; White: 4.42

3.5 Pa

Red: 260; white: 30

PHOSPHORUS PENTACHLORIDE
10026-13-8

white to pale yellow crystalline mass; tetragonal crystals

160

148

208.27

@ 296 °C (GAS)

@ 55.5 °C

PHOSPHORUS PENTASULPHIDE
1314-80-3

gray-yellow crystals; light yellow, triclinic crystals; solid flakes or powder; greenish gray color

513-515

286-290

222.29

insol

@ 300 °C

260-290 dust; 275 liquid

PHOSPHORUS PENTOXIDE
1314-56-3

white monoclinic or powdery crystals; /there are/ several crystalline & amorphous modifications; commercial form, hexagonal

300 sublimes

580-5

141.96

v sol

2.39

@ 384 °C

PHOSPHORUS TRICHLORIDE
7719-12-2

colourless, clear, liquid

76

-112

137.35

reacts

@ 21 °C

4.75

12.7

PHOSPHORYL-OXY­CHLORIDE
10025-87-3

colourless to light yellow, oily liquid

105.8

1.25

153.33

@ 25 °C/4 °C

5.3

@ 27.3 °C

TETRAPHOSPHORUS TRISULPHIDE
1314-85-8

yellowish-green, long, rhombic needles from benzene

407.5

172.5

220.08

insol

2.03 @ 20 ºC/

100

TETRAPOTASSIUM PYROPHOSPHATE
7320-34-5

white granules or powder

1090

v sol

TETRASODIUM PYROPHOSPHATE
7722-88-5

crystals; colourless, transparent crystals or white powder

988

265.94

@ 0 °C; 6.7 g/100 ml

2.534

THIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE
3982-91-0

colourless liquid; crystallizes as alpha-form at -40.8 ºC or as beta-form at -36.2 ºC

125

-35

169.41

decomposes

1.635

5.86

@ 25 °C

TRIBUTYL PHOSPHATE
126-73-8

colourless liq

289

<80

266.32

sol

@ 25 °C/ 25 °C

9.20

@ 177 °C

146

410

TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE
1330-78-5

practically colourless liquid

420

@ 25 °C

@ 25/25 °C

410

TRI-o-CRESYL PHOSPHATE
78-30-8

colourless or pale yellow liq

410

11

368.37

insol

1.1955

12.7

@ 265 °C

225

385

TRIETHYL PHOSPHATE
78-40-0

liquid; colourless

215.5

-56.4

182.16

sol

1.0695

6.28

@ 39.6 °C

TRIETHYL PHOSPHITE
122-52-1

colourless liquid

157.9

-112

166.16

insol

0.9629

0.6

52

250

TRIMETHYL PHOSPHATE
512-56-1

colourless liquid

197.2

-46

140.08

v sol

1.2144

TRIMETHYL PHOSPHITE
121-45-9

colourless liquid

111.5

124.08

1.0520

4.3

TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE
115-86-6

crystals from absolute alcohol-ligroin, prisms from alcohol, needles from ether-ligroin; colourless crystalline powder; white platelets

@ 11 mm Hg

50

326.28

insol

@ 50 °C/4 °C

1.19

@ 193.5 °C

TRIPHENYL PHOSPHINE
603-35-0

monoclinic platelets or prisms from ether; white crystalline solid

>360

80.5

262.28

insol

@80 °C/4 °C

9.0

180 oc

TRIPHENYL PHOSPHITE
101-02-0

water-white to pale yellow solid or oily liquid

360

25

310.29

insol

1.1844

218 oc

TRIS-2,3-DIBROMO­PROPYL PHOSPHATE
126-72-7

viscous, pale yellow liquid; dense, nearly colourless liquid

FP 5.5

697.93

8.0 mg/l

@ 25 °C

@ 25 °C

TRIS(2-ETHYL­HEXYL) PHOSPHATE
78-42-2

viscous liquid

@ 5 mm Hg

-74

434.72

insol

0.926

14.95

@ 200 °C

207

 

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Chemical Name
CAS-Number

Physical

Chemical

UN Class or Division / Subsidiary Risks

CALCIUM PHOSPHIDE
1305-99-3

4.3/ 6.1

DIETHYLTHIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE
2524-04-1

The substance decomposes on heating producing toxic fumes •Upon heating, toxic fumes are formed

8

PHOSPHINE
7803-51-2

The gas is heavier than air

The substance may spontaneously ignite on contact with air •On combustion, forms toxic fumes of phosphorus oxides •Reacts with water, halogens, nitric acid, nitrous oxides, oxygen, copper, causing fire and explosion hazard •On contact with air it emits toxic fumes of phosphorus oxides

6.1 / 2.1

PHOSPHORUS
7723-14-0

The substance may spontaneously ignite on contact with air producing toxic fumes (phosphorus oxides) •Reacts violently with oxidants, halogens and sulphur, with fire and explosion hazard •Reacts with strong alkalies, giving off toxic gas (phosphine)

4.2/ 6.1

PHOSPHORUS OXYCHLORIDE
10025-87-3

8

PHOSPHORUS PENTACHLORIDE
10026-13-8

On burning toxic gases are formed •The solution in water is a strong acid, it reacts violently with bases and is corrosive •Reacts with water, producing hydrogen chloride fume and phosphoric acid mist •On contact with air it emits corrosive fumes •Attacks plastics and rubber

8

PHOSPHORUS PENTASULFIDE
1314-80-3

4.3/ 4.1

PHOSPHORUS PENTOXIDE
1314-56-3

The solution in water is a strong acid, it reacts violently with bases and is corrosive •Reacts violently with perchloric acid causing fire and explosion hazard •Reacts violently with water forming phosphoric acid with heat generation •In the presence of water reacts with metals forming flammable or poisonous gases (hydrogen or phosphine)

8

PHOSPHORUS TRICHLORIDE
7719-12-2

The vapour is heavier than air

On combustion, forms toxic, corrosive, flammable fumes of phosphorus oxides, hydrogen chloride, phosphorus •The substance decomposes on heating and on contact with water producing toxic acid fumes and gases (phosphine), and is corrosive to many metals •The substance is a strong oxidant and reacts with combustible and reducing materials •The solution in water is a strong acid, it reacts violently with bases and is corrosive to many metals •Reacts violently with bases causing fire and explosion hazard •Reacts with alcohols and phenols •On contact with air it emits corrosive fumes •Attacks many metals forming combustible gas (Hydrogen)  •Attacks many materials

3/ 6.1

TETRAPHOSPHORUS TRISULPHIDE
1314-85-8

4.1

TETRAPOTASSIUM PYROPHOSPHATE
7320-34-5

The solution in water is a medium strong base •Reacts with strong acids

TETRASODIUM PYROPHOSPHATE
7722-88-5

On combustion, forms toxic gases •The solution in water is a weak base •Reacts with acids

THIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE
3982-91-0

The vapour is heavier than air

The substance decomposes on contact with water or humidity producing phosphoric acid, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen sulfide, which are toxic and flammable •Upon heating, toxic fumes are formed •Reacts with strong oxidants and alcohols •Attacks many metals in presence of water

8

TRIBUTYL PHOSPHATE
126-73-8

The substance decomposes on heating and on burning producing toxic vapours and gases (carbon and phosphorus oxides, and phosphine) •Attacks some forms of plastics, rubber and coatings

TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE
1330-78-5

6.1

TRI-o-CRESYL PHOSPHATE
78-30-8

The substance decomposes on heating and on burning producing toxic fumes (including phosphorus oxides) •Reacts with oxidants

6.1

TRIETHYL PHOSPHITE
122-52-1

The substance decomposes on burning producing toxic fumes •Reacts with oxidants and strong bases

3

TRIMETHYL PHOSPHATE
512-56-1

The substance decomposes on heating producing toxic fumes of POx

TRIMETHYL PHOSPHITE
121-45-9

3

TRIPHENYL PHOSPHITE
101-02-0

On combustion, forms toxic fumes (POx) •The substance decomposes on heating or on burning producing toxic fumes (phosphorus oxides) •Reacts with strong oxidants

TRIPHENYLPHOSPHINE
603-35-0

Dust explosion possible if in powder or granular form, mixed with air

The substance decomposes on heating producing highly toxic fumes of phosphorus oxides and phosphine •Reacts with strong acids and strong oxidants

TRIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHOSPHATE
78-42-2

The substance decomposes on heating producing phosphine, phosphorus oxides •Reacts with strong oxidants

For UN Class: 1.5 = very insensitive substances which have a mass explosion hazard; 2.1 = flammable gas; 2.3 = toxic gas; 3 = flammable liquid; 4.1 = flammable solid; 4.2 = substance liable to spontaneous combustion; 4.3 = substance which in contact with water emits flammable gases; 5.1 = oxidizing substance; 6.1 = toxic; 7 = radioactive; 8 = corrosive substance

 

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Chemical Name    

CAS-Number

ICSC Short-Term Exposure

ICSC Long-Term Exposure

ICSC Routes of Exposure and Symptoms

US NIOSH Target Organs & Routes of Entry

US NIOSH Symptoms

DIBUTYL PHOSPHATE     107-66-4

Resp sys; skin; eyes Inh; ing; con

Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; head

DIETHYLTHIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE         2524-04-1

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs

Inhalation: burning sensation, confusion, cough, dizziness, headache, nausea, shortness of breath, sore throat, unconsciousness, vomiting, weakness, symptoms may be delayed

Skin: may be absorbed, redness, burning sensation, pain

Eyes: vapour will be absorbed, redness, pain, blurred vision, loss of vision, severe deep burns

Ingestion: confusion, diarrhoea, headache, nausea, vomiting

PHOSPHINE       7803-51-2

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs; CNS; blood; liver; kidneys; heart

Inhalation: burning sensation, diarrhoea, dizziness, dullness, headache, tremors, laboured breathing, nausea, sore throat

Skin: redness, pain, on contact with liquid: frostbite

Eyes: in case of frostbite: redness, pain

Resp sys Inh; con (liq)

Nau, vomit, abdom pain, diarr; thirst; chest tight, dysp; musc pain, chills; stupor or syncope; pulm edema; liq: frostbite

PHOSPHORUS   7723-14-0

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs; liver; kidneys

bone

Inhalation: burning sensation, unconsciousness, symptoms may be delayed

Skin: skin burns, pain

Eyes: pain, loss of vision, severe deep burns

Ingestion: abdominal cramps, unconsciousness

Resp sys; liver; kidneys; jaw; teeth; blood; eyes; skin Inh; ing; con

Irrit eyes, resp tract; eye, skin burns; abdom pain, nau, jaun; anemia; cachexia; dental pain, salv, jaw pain, swell

PHOSPHORUS PENTACHLORIDE     10026-13-8

Inhalation: burning sensation, cough, shortness of breath, vomiting, symptoms may be delayed

Skin: may be absorbed, roughness, serious skin burns

Eyes: pain, severe deep burns

Ingestion: abdominal cramps, abdominal pain, burning sensation, weakness

Resp sys; eyes; skin Inh; ing; con

Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; bron; derm

PHOSPHORUS PENTASULFIDE  1314-80-3

Resp sys; CNS; eyes; skin Inh; ing; con

Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; apnea, coma, convuls; conj pain, lac, photo, kerato-conj, corn vesic; dizz; head; ftg; irrity, insom; GI dist

PHOSPHORUS PENTOXIDE     1314-56-3

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs

Inhalation: burning sensation, cough, shortness of breath

Skin: redness, skin burns, pain

Eyes: redness, pain, severe deep burns

Ingestion: abdominal pain, diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting

PHOSPHORUS TRICHLORIDE    7719-12-2

Inhalation: burning sensation, cough, diarrhoea, dizziness, headache, shortness of breath, sore throat, vomiting

Skin: serious skin burns, pain, blisters

Eyes: redness, blurred vision, severe deep burns

Ingestion: burning sensation, sore throat ,

Resp sys; eyes; skin Inh; ing; con

Irrit eyes, skin, nose, throat; pulm edema; eye, skin burns

TETRAPOTASSIUM PYROPHOSPHATE     7320-34-5

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs

Inhalation: burning sensation, cough, laboured breathing

Skin: redness, pain, blisters

Eyes: redness, pain, severe deep burns

Ingestion: burning sensation, sore throat, abdominal cramps, weakness

TETRASODIUM PYROPHOSPHATE     7722-88-5

eyes; skin; resp tract

Inhalation: burning sensation, cough

Skin: redness, pain

Eyes: redness, pain

Ingestion: nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea

Eyes; skin; resp sys Inh; ing; con

Irrit eyes, skin, nose, throat; derm

THIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE         3982-91-0

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs

lungs

Inhalation: burning sensation, confusion, cough, headache, wheezing, laboured breathing, shortness of breath, sore throat, unconsciousness, vomiting, weakness, symptoms may be delayed

Skin: may be absorbed, skin burns, pain

Eyes: pain, loss of vision, severe deep burns

Ingestion: abdominal cramps, abdominal pain, burning sensation, confusion, cough, headache, nausea, shortness of breath, sore throat, unconsciousness, vomiting

TRIBUTYL PHOSPHATE     126-73-8

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs; CNS

skin; blood

Inhalation: dizziness, headache, convulsions, laboured breathing, nausea, sore throat

Skin: may be absorbed, redness, roughness, burning sensation

Eyes: redness, pain

Ingestion: abdominal cramps, diarrhoea, laboured breathing, nausea, unconsciousness, vomiting, weakness, hypersalivation

Resp sys; skin; eyes Inh; ing; con

Irrit eyes, skin, resp sys; head; nau

TRI-o-CRESYL PHOSPHATE     78-30-8

Inhalation: headache, nausea, vomiting, muscular pain, symptoms may be delayed

Skin: may be absorbed, redness, pain

Ingestion: abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting

PNS; CNS Inh; abs; ing; con

GI dist; peri neur; cramps in calves; pares in feet or hands; weak feet, wrist drop, para

TRIETHYL PHOSPHITE     122-52-1

eyes; skin; resp tract; lungs; CNS

Inhalation: burning sensation, headache, nausea, sore throat, symptoms may be delayed

Skin: may be absorbed, redness

Eyes: redness, pain

Ingestion: abdominal pain

TRIMETHYL PHOSPHATE     512-56-1

CNS

CNS; genes

TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE     115-86-6

Blood; PNS Inh; ing

Minor changes in blood enzymes; in animals: musc weak, para

TRIPHENYLPHOSPHINE     603-35-0

eyes; skin; resp tract

Inhalation: cough, sore throat

Skin: redness

Eyes: redness, pain

Ingestion: cough

TRIPHENYL PHOSPHITE     101-02-0

eyes; skin; resp tract; CNS

Inhalation: burning sensation, cough, irritant unconsciousness

Skin: redness, pain

Eyes: redness, pain

TRIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL PHOSPHATE)     78-42-2

skin

Skin: redness

Eyes: redness

 

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Chemical Formula

Chemical

Synonyms
UN Code

CAS-Number

1305993

CALCIUM PHOSPHIDE

Calcium photophor;
Photophor
UN1360

1305-99-3

107664

DIBUTYL PHOSPHATE

Dibutyl acid phosphate;
Dibutyl hydrogen phosphate;
Dibutyl phosphate;
Dinbutyl phosphate;
Phosphoric acid, dibutyl ester

107-66-4

2528361

DIBUTYL PHENYL PHOSPHATE

Dibutyl phenyl phosphate;
Phosphoric acid, dibutyl phenyl ester

2528-36-1

2524041

DIETHYLTHIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE

o,o-Diethylphosphorochloridothioate;
Diethylchlorothiophosphate;
Phosphonothioic acid, chloro, o,o-diethyl ester
UN2751

2524-04-1

868859

DIMETHYL HYDROGEN PHOSPHITE

Bis(hydroxymethyl)phosphine oxide;
Dimethoxyphosphine oxide;
Dimethyl acid phosphite;
Dimethyl phosphite;
Dimethyl phosphonate;
Dimethyl phosphorus acid;
Hydrogen dimethyl phosphite;
Phosphonic acid, dimethyl ester

868-85-9

680319

HEXAMETHYL PHOSPHORAMIDE

Hexametapol;
Hexamethyl phosphoramide;
Hexamethylphosphoric acid triamide;
Hexamethylphosphoric triamide;
Tris(dimethylamino)phosphine oxide;
Tris(dimethylamino)phosphorus oxide

680-31-9

638211

PHENYLPHOSPHINE

Phenylphosphine

638-21-1

7803512

PHOSPHINE

Gas-ex-B;
Hydrogen phosphide;
Phosphorus trihydride
UN2199

7803-51-2

7723140

PHOSPHORUS (red)

Phosphorus, amorphous
UN1338

7723-14-0

7719122

PHOSPHORUS-CHLORIDE

Phosphorus chloride;
Phosphorus trichloride;
Trichlorophosphine
UN1809

7719-12-2

1314563

PHOSPHORUS-OXIDE

Diphosphorus pentoxide;
Phosphorus(V) oxide;
Phosphorus pentaoxide;
Phosphorus pentoxide;
Phosphorus pentoxide
UN1807

1314-56-3

10025873

PHOSPHORUS OXYCHLORIDE

Phosphorus oxytrichloride;
Phosphoryl chloride
UN1810

10025-87-3

10026138

PHOSPHORUS PENTACHLORIDE

Phosphoric chloride;
Phosphorus perchloride
UN1806

10026-13-8

1314803

PHOSPHORUS PENTASULFIDE

Phosphoric sulfide;
Phosphorus persulfide;
Sulphur phosphide;
Thiophosphoric anhydride
UN1340

1314-80-3

1314858

TETRAPHOSPHORUS TRISULPHIDE

1314-85-8

3982910

THIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE

Phosphorothioic trichloride;
Phosphorothionic trichloride;
Phosphorus sulfochloride;
Phosphorus thiochloride;
Thiophosphoric trichloride;
Thiophosphoryl trichloride
UN1837

3982-91-0

1330785

TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE

Flexol plasticizer TCP;
Phosphoric acid, tritolyl ester;
Tris(tolyloxy)phosphine oxide;
Tritolyl phosphate
UN2574

1330-78-5

78308

TRI-o-CRESYL PHOSPHATE

o-Cresyl phosphate;
Phosphoric acid, tri-o-tolyl ester;
TOCP;
TOFK;
o-Tolyl phosphate;
TOTP;
Tricresyl phosphate;
Triocresyl phosphate;
Tri-2-methylphenyl phosphate;
Tris(o-cresyl)phosphate;
Tris(o-methylphenyl)phosphate;
Tris(o-tolyl)phosphate;
Tri-o-tolyl phosphate;
Tri-2-tolyl phosphate

78-30-8

78400

TRIETHYL PHOSPHATE

Ethyl phosphate;
Phosphoric acid, triethyl ester;
TEP

78-40-0

7320345

TETRAPOTASSIUM PYROPHOSPHATE

Diphosphoric acid, tetrapotassium salt;
Potassium pyrophosphate;
Tetrapotassium diphosphorate;
TKPP

7320-34-5

7722885

TETRASODIUM PYROPHOSPHATE

Anhydrous tetrasodium pyrophosphate;
Phosphotex;
Pyrophosphate;
Sodium pyrophosphate;
Tetrasodium diphosphate;
Tetrasodium pyrophosphate, anhydrous;
TSPP

7722-88-5

126727

TRIS(2,3-DIBROMOPROPYL) PHOSPHATE

2,3-Dibromo1propanol phosphate;
(2,3-Dibromopropyl) phosphate;
Fyrol HB32;
NCI-C03270;
Phosphoric acid, tris(2,3-dibromo­propyl) ester;
1-Propanol, 2,3-dibromo, phos­phate (3:1);
RCRA Waste number U235;
TDBPP;
T 23P;
Tris;
TrisBP;
Tris(dibromopropyl)phosphate;
Tris(2,3-dibromopropyl) phosphoric acid ester;
Tris (flame retardant);
USAF DO41;
Zetifex ZN

126-72-7

78422

TRIS(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHOSPHATE

2-Ethyl-1-hexanol phosphate;
1-Hexanol, 2-ethyl-, phosphate;
Phosphoric acid, tris(2-ethylhexyl) ester;
TOF;
Triethylhexyl phosphate;
Trioctyl phosphate

78-42-2

512561

TRIMETHYL PHOSPHATE

Methyl phosphate;
NCI-C03781;
Phosphoric acid, trimethyl ester;
TMP;
o,o,o-Trimethyl phosphate

512-56-1

126738

TRIBUTYL PHOSPHATE

Butyl phosphate, tri;
Tbp;
Tributyl phosphate;
Trinbutyl phosphate

126-73-8

122521

TRIETHYL PHOSPHITE

Phosphorus acid, triethyl ester
UN2323

122-52-1

121459

TRIMETHYL PHOSPHITE

Methyl phosphite;
Trimethoxyphosphine;
Phosphorus acid, trimethyl ester
UN2329

121-45-9

115866

TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE

Celluflex TPP;
TPP

115-86-6

101020

TRIPHENYL PHOSPHITE

101-02-0

603350

TRIPHENYL PHOSPHINE

603-35-0

 

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Contents

Preface
Part I. The Body
Part II. Health Care
Part III. Management & Policy
Part IV. Tools and Approaches
Part V. Psychosocial and Organizational Factors
Part VI. General Hazards
Part VII. The Environment
Part VIII. Accidents and Safety Management
Part IX. Chemicals
Part X. Industries Based on Biological Resources
Part XI. Industries Based on Natural Resources
Part XII. Chemical Industries
Part XIII. Manufacturing Industries
Part XIV. Textile and Apparel Industries
Part XV. Transport Industries
Part XVI. Construction
Part XVII. Services and Trade
Education and Training Services
Emergency and Security Services
Entertainment and the Arts
Health Care Facilities and Services
Ergonomics and Health Care
The Physical Environment and Health Care
Healthcare Workers and Infectious Diseases
Chemicals in the Health Care Environment
The Hospital Environment
Health Care Facilities and Services Resources
Hotels and Restaurants
Office and Retail Trades
Personal and Community Services
Public and Government Services
Transport Industry and Warehousing
Part XVIII. Guides

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