a) ASL (Absolutely Safest Level)
b) PEL (Permissible Exposure Limit)
c) LEL (Lower Exposure Limit)
a) Won't change form
b) Changes from liquid to gas, making it an inhalation hazard
c) Changes from gas to solid, making it a contact hazard
a) The lowest temperature at which an ignition source could make its vapors catch fire.
b) The temperature at which it changes from a solid to a liquid.
c) The temperature at which it dissolves in water.
a) Avoid exposing the chemical to high heat
b) Avoid exposing your skin to the substance with which it's incompatible
c) Avoid exposing the chemical to the substance with which it's incompatible
a) Inhaling or swallowing
b) Skin or eye contact
c) Both a and b
a) Immediately after exposure
b) Over a long period of time
c) After exposure to a reactive substance
a) Prevent chemical contact with incompatible substances
b) Avoid inhaling or making skin or eye contact with the chemical
c) Keep the chemical from catching fire or exploding
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