Also … under ‘acutely toxic (Severe)’ you could get incompatibles, e.g., cyanide salts and concentrated nitric acid.
Also under the corrosive you have oxidizing acids and organic acids as incompatible.
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> The only problem is for the corrosive class, that contains acids and bases. So you can not rely completely on GHS for storage, as these products are not compatible.
Good point; I thought of that after I sent the e-mail. I wonder if there are other examples of incompatibilities within GHS classes (for example, explosives?).
Ralph Stuart CIH
Chemical Hygiene Officer
Department of Environmental Health and Safety
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