Carbon tetrachloride comes to mind.
Environmental Health & Safety
Indiana University Bloomington
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My buddy here uses "dimethyldeath" for a descriptive chemical name. If you don't want it to be flammable I suggest "dichlorodeath."
EHS Lab Safety Manager
I need the collective wisdom of the group…
I’m trying to think of any chemical that is soluble in benzene and has NO significant hazardous characteristics other than toxicity (i.e., not flammable, corrosive, water-reactive, etc.). However, the more toxic it is, the better…
I do not want the actual chemical – just the name. I’m trying to create a hypothetical “what-if” scenario for an upcoming discussion about responding to chemical spills in a laboratory.
If you have any suggestions, please reply direct to stevemclean**At_Symbol_Here**byu.edu
Steven J. McLean, CHMM
BYU - Laboratory Safety Manager
Risk Management - 241 FB
Office: (801) 422-6879
Cell: (801) 960-5203
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