Robert, For reliable toxic information, refer to the multi-volume work edited by Eula Bingham, et al. called "Patty's Toxicology", published by Wiley Interscience. Also, I find the toxic and reactivity information in the current Aldrich catalog of chemicals to be useful. And for reactivity hazards of course, there is nothing better than the two volumes of "Bretherick's Handbook of Reactive Chemical Hazards", Edited by Peter Urben et al. and published by Academic Press. Jay Young **************************************** ----- Original Message ----- From: "Robert Tylicki"
To: Sent: Monday, December 10, 2007 11:44 AM Subject: [DCHAS-L] Health & Safety of Materials >I am trying to find another reliable source for health & safety > information of materials besides RTECS. This could be a database or a > service provider. > > Thank you for any assistance, > Robert > > Robert M. Tylicki > Research Chemist > GC America Inc. > 3737 W. 127th St. > Alsip, IL 60803 > USA > robert_tylicki**At_Symbol_Here**gcamerica.com > Direct Tel.: (708) 926-3023 > 1-800-323-3386 ext. 3023 > Fax: (708) 597-6222 > > > This e-mail and all the information it contains, inclusive of any > attachment(s), are strictly confidential and are intended solely for the > addressee(s) named in this message. > If you are not the intended recipient you should not read, use, disclose, > reproduce, print or rely on the content of this message, nor communicate > the contents to any third party. > In this case, please notify the author by replying to this e-mail. Total > safety, confidentiality and integrity of electronic messages can by no > means be guaranteed. > The sender shall not be liable for damage consequential upon the use of > e-mail, such as virus contamination or interception or alteration of > transmissions. >
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