Fadare Oluniyi: You do not say where this school is located; this is a factor in determining "regulatory restrictions". I agree with Dr. Young; this is a long "laundry list" of information you have requested; a hazardous materials consultant would be best able to answer your questions due to the time requirements. That said, you have several potentially explosive chemicals on your list and I would recommend the chemicals be well secured. Russ Phifer WC Environmental, LLC PO Box 1718, 1085C Andrew Drive West Chester, PA 19380 610-696-9220x12/ fax 610-344-7519 rphifer**At_Symbol_Here**wcenvironmental.com From: "fadare oluniyi"
To: Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2007 7:46 AM Subject: [DCHAS-L] I need your advice. >I was nominated as the coordinator of the students' laboratory manual >Review committee and I am to work with this long list of chemicals and >materials. > Part of the assignment of my committee is to > (1.) Identify some of these chemicals which are carcinogenic, poisonous > and are no more expected to be used in the laboratory again or are having > regulatory restriction placed on them. > (2.) Profer alternative Chemical to be used to achieve the same aim in > the laboratory. > (3.) See possible and safe mean of discarding the ones in stock. > Please, I will appreciate you contributions on any of these chemicals. > I work in the pharmacognosy Department. > Thanks. > > Chloral hydrate > Iodine > Phoroglucinol > Sodium Carbonate > Picric Acid > Lead Acetate > Potassium Chlorate > Potassium Hydroxide > Safranin > Sodium Hydroxide > Ammonium oxalate > Calcium Oxalate > Lead Sub-acetate > Ferric Chloride > Ruthenium red > Barium Chloride > Potassium Permanganate > Molisch > Naphthol > Ammoniacal Copper Oxide > Phenol > Gelatin > Trinitrophenol > Alcohol > Benzene > Glycerin > Fehling Solution A > Fehling Solution B > Hydrogen peroxide > Ether > Chloroform > Acetone > Sulphuric Acid > Hydrochloric Acid > Nitric Acid > Chromic Acid > Acetic a-hydride > Glacial acetic acid > Light Petroleum > Formic acid > Ammonia > Cotton > Flan > Hemp > Jute > Silk > Rayon > Petrol ether (400C-600C) > Diethyl ether > Acetic acid > Glacial acetic acid > N-hexane > Methanol > Absolute ethanol > Benzene > Ethyl acetate > Chloroform > Acetic anhydride > Light Petroleum > Cyclohexane > Acetonitrile > Formic acid > Dichloromethane > Potassium hydroxide pellets > Silver nitrate > Sodium hydroxide pellets > Sodium Sulphate (anhydrous) > Ferric Chloride > Phenazone > Ferric ammonium citrate > Sodium acetate > Sodium Potassium tartrate > Sodium Bicarbonate > Lead Sub-acetate > Resorcinol > Sodium hydrogen phosphate > Sodium nitroprusside > Carbon tetrachloride > 2, 4-dinitrophenyl-hydrozine > Carbon tetrachloride > Bromine > 40% formaldehyde > Ammonia > Anisaldehyde > Paraffin oil > > > --------------------------------- > Yahoo! Answers - Get better answers from someone who knows. Tryit now. > No virus found in this incoming message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.5.488 / Virus Database: 269.15.0/1077 - Release Date: 10/18/2007 9:54 AM No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.5.488 / Virus Database: 269.15.0/1077 - Release Date: 10/18/2007 9:54 AM
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