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					Material Safety Data Sheet Molybdenum Solvent MT-1404
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION MANUFACTURER’S NAME: ...............................................Guardian Chemicals Inc. MANUFACTURER’S ADDRESS:.........................................155 Estate Way, W4 Industrial Park, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta. T8L 2N9. EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER: ......................................(780) 998-3771 Molybdenum Solvent PRODUCT USE:......................................................................Laboratory reagent. WHMIS class: B2, D1a, D2a. HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS HAZARDOUS INGREDIENT Ethanol Methanol PERCENT 60-100 10-30 CAS NUMBER 64-17-5 67-56-1 PHYSICAL DATA PHYSICAL STATE:.............................................................................. Liquid ODOUR AND APPEARANCE: ........................................................... Clear liquid with an alcohol odour. ODOUR THRESHOLD: ....................................................................... Not available. BOILING POINT: ................................................................................. Not available. VAPOUR PRESSURE: ......................................................................... Not available. VAPOUR DENSITY (AIR=1): ............................................................. Greater than 1 SPECIFIC GRAVITY:.......................................................................... Approx. = 0.8 EVAPORATION RATE: ...................................................................... Not available. FREEZING POINT: .............................................................................. Not available. pH:........................................................................................................... Not available. COEFFICIENT OF WATER/OIL DISTRIBUTION:........................ Not available FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD CONDITIONS OF FLAMMABILITY:............................................... When solution temperature exceeds the flash point, flammable vapour is released, which can ignite if ignition source is present. FLASHPOINT: ...................................................................................... 13 Degrees C. (CC) MEANS OF EXTINCTION:................................................................. Use carbon dioxide, dry chemical, or alcohol foam. HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS: ................................... Oxides of carbon. EXPLOSION HAZARDS: .................................................................... Certain air/vapour mixtures may explode, in confined areas, if exposed to an ignition source. UPPER FLAMMABLE LIMIT: .......................................................... Not determined. LOWER FLAMMABLE LIMIT: ........................................................ Not determined. AUTO-IGNITION TEMPERATURE: ................................................ Not determined. SENSITIVITY TO STATIC DISCHARGE: ....................................... Vapour may ignite from static discharge. LD50 7060 mg/kg (rat oral) 5628 mg/kg (rat oral) LC50 31,623 ppm/4 hr (rat) 64,000 ppm/4 hr (rat)

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Material Safety Data Sheet Molybdenum Solvent MT-1404
REACTIVITY DATA STABILITY: .......................................................................................... Normally stable. CONDITIONS OF REACTIVITY:...................................................... Normally stable INCOMPATIBLE MATERIALS: ....................................................... Oxidizers, strong acids. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: ............................ Oxides of carbon. TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES ROUTES OF ENTRY SKIN CONTACT: ................................................................... May cause irritation SKIN ABSORPTION:............................................................. Certain components may be absorbed through intact skin contributing to overall exposure. EYE:.......................................................................................... May cause severe irritation. Vapours may be irritating. INHALATION:........................................................................ Inhalation of vapour may cause irritation to the eyes and respiratory tract and contribute to overall exposure. Symptoms may include dizziness, abdominal discomfort, nausea, vomiting and lack of coordination and control. INGESTION: ........................................................................... Can cause CNS depression, blindness, and death. ACUTE OVER EXPOSURE: ............................................................... May cause irritation to skin and eyes. Inhalation may cause headache, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, coma, and death. Ingestion may cause CNS depression, organ damage, blindness, and death. CHRONIC OVER EXPOSURE:.......................................................... Repeated or prolonged contact may cause dermatitis. Liver damage, and reduces visual acuity. EXPOSURE LIMITS: ........................................................................... Ethanol: ACGIH TWA = 1000 ppm Methanol: ACGIH TWA = 200 ppm, STEL = 250 ppm (skin) IRRITANCY: ......................................................................................... May cause irritation to skin, eyes, and respiratory tract. SENSITIZATION: ................................................................................. Not available. CARCINOGENICITY AND REPRODUCTIVE EFFECTS:............ Not listed as a carcinogen. Reproductive effects noted for ethanol and methanol. TERATOGENICITY AND MUTAGENICITY:................................. Ethanol and methanol have shown teratogenic and mutagenic effects. TOXICOLOGICALLY SYNERGISTIC PRODUCTS:..................... None listed. PREVENTATIVE MEASURES PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: ...................................... Use chemical goggles and rubber gloves. Respiratory protection (organic vapour cartridge) if exposure limits will be exceeded. ENGINEERING CONTROLS: ............................................................ Should not be required. LEAK AND SPILL PROCEDURES:................................................... Shut off ignition sources in the area. Soak up with inert adsorbent and dispose of in accordance with regulations. WASTE DISPOSAL: ............................................................................. Follow local, provincial, and federal regulations. HANDLING PROCEDURES AND EQUIPMENT: ........................... Avoid breathing vapour, and follow safe handling procedures. STORAGE REQUIREMENTS: ........................................................... Store in a cool, dry area out of direct sunlight and away from potential ignition sources. SPECIAL SHIPPING INFORMATION: ............................................ UN1986 PAGE 2 of 3

Material Safety Data Sheet Molybdenum Solvent MT-1404
ALCOHOLS, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, N.O.S. (ethanol/methanol) Class 3(6.1) Packing Group II

FIRST AID MEASURES SPECIFIC FIRST AID MEASURES: ................................................. Flush exposed skin with water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, seek medical attention. Flush eyes for 15 minutes holding eyelid(s) open. Seek medical attention immediately. If ingested, drink water to dilute. Do not induce vomiting. Seek medical attention immediately. PREPARATION INFORMATION PREPARED BY:........................... Technical Service Department PHONE NUMBER: ...................... (780) 998-3771 DATE PREPARED: ..................... August 14, 2008 Changes: Hazardous ingredients information, physical data, reactivity data, toxicological properties, preventative measures and first aid measures.

DISCLAIMER The information contained herein has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable. Guardian Chemicals Inc. provides no warranties express or implied and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the data provided.

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