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					MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSDS Number: ALCH407-5 Supersedes: ALCH407-4 Revision Date: April 5, 2006 Issue Date: February 25, 2005

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1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE/PREPARATION AND OF THE COMPANY/UNDERTAKING • Product identification Synonyms/Trade Names: decyl alcohol / CO-1095, CO-1098, CO-1098 Kosher, CO-1098HK • Product uses May be used for the production of alkyl amines, aluminum rolling lubricants, tertiary amines cosmetics, ethoxylates, halides/mercaptans, polymerization stablizers, sulfation. • Company/undertaking identification North America: The Procter & Gamble Company Procter & Gamble Chemicals Sharon Woods Technical Center 11530 Reed Hartman Highway Cincinnati, Ohio 45241 Department issuing MSDS: Product Safety and Regulatory Affairs 1-800-477-8899 Europe: Procter & Gamble International Operations SA P&G Chemicals – Europe The Heights Brooklands Weybridge Surrey ENGLAND KT13 0XP Telephone Number: 01932-896000 P&G Ltd. - Brooklands, England: CHEMTREC Tel 01932-896000 (day phone) Emergency 0191-279-2000 (day phone) 1-800-424-9300 U.S. and Canada 1-703-527-3887 For calls originating elsewhere

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Emergency Telephone:

Call Customer Service 1-800-477-8899 or 513-626-6882 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________

U.S. Emergency, Quality or Service Issues:

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2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Substance/Preparation (mixture): Substance CAS No. 1-Decanol 112-30-1 Wt/Wt % 95 - 100 EC-No. 2039569 EC Symbols Xi

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EC R-phrases R36

Occupational exposure limits, if applicable, are listed in Section 8 LC/LD50 information is listed in Section 11. Full text of R phrase(s) are listed in section 16. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION •
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European Hazard Classification: This product is classified as Xi – Irritant; R36 – Irritating to eyes. Emergency Overview: Potential Health Effects: Eye Skin Inhalation Eye irritant if accidentally instilled into the eyes. May produce mild, primary skin irritation with prolonged or repeated contact. No harmful effects expected at ambient temperature. High vapor concentrations may cause irritation of the nose and throat, coughing, dizziness, and headache. May cause gastrointestinal irritation. Eye irritant

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If product is heated, vaporization can occur. Eye, skin, and upper respiratory irritation can occur.
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Physical/Chemical Hazards- Combustible liquid and vapor may be ignited by heat, sparks, or open flames. Containers may explode when heated. Vapors may travel to source of ignition and flash back.

• Environmental Hazards- None identified. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4. FIRST AID MEASURES • •

Eye Skin -

In case of contact, immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention. Wash skin with soap and water upon contact. Remove contaminated clothing. If irritation persists, get medical attention. Wash clothing before reuse.

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4. FIRST AID MEASURES - CONTINUED
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Inhalation Ingestion -

Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. Get medical attention immediately.

If swallowed, get medical attention immediately. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Induce vomiting only under the instruction of a physician. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
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Extinguishing media:

Small fires: CO2, dry chemical or water fog. Large fires: Foam

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Unsuitable extinguishing media: Water spray may be ineffective on fire. Flash Point and method: > 200° F (> 93° C) PMCC Explosive Limits in air: Lower: Not available Upper: Not available Auto-ignition temperature: approx. 550° F (287.7° C) Sensitivity to mechanical impact/static discharge: Not available. Special Protective Equipment: Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and full protective clothing. Use alcohol approved foam procedures. Cool containers with flooding quantities of water until well after fire is out. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back.

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Other Fire Fighting Considerations:

Complete combustion forms carbon dioxide and water vapor. Partial combustion forms also carbon monoxide, soot, aldehydes and ketones. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
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Exposure hazards:

Personal Precautions:

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and full protective clothing. Dike flow of spilled material using soil or sandbags to minimize contamination of drains, surface and ground waters. Ventilate area and eliminate all ignition sources. Contain spill. Absorb or cover with dry earth, sand or other non-combustible material and transfer to containers for disposal. Use clean non-sparking tools to collect absorbed material.

Environmental Precautions:

Procedures for Spill/Leak Clean-up:

Refer to Section 8 for additional personal protection information. Refer to Section 13 for disposal considerations. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________

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7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
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Handling: Handle in accordance with good hygiene and safety procedures. Avoid contact with eyes, skin, and clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling. When transferring materials ground and bond containers, use spark proof tools and explosion proof equipment. Since empty containers contain product residue and can be dangerous, follow all hazard warnings and precautions even after container is emptied. Keep away from sources of ignition. Storage: Keep away from heat, sparks or open flames. Keep away from possible contact with incompatible substances. Store in a cool dry place in accordance with 29 CFR 1910-106/NFPA 30.

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Specific use(s): Follow bulk handling and storage procedures as noted above.

Refer to Section 6 for clean-up of spillages. Refer to Section 13 for disposal considerations. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
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General Precautions:

Good industrial hygiene practices should be followed. Avoid breathing (heated) vapors. Avoid eye and skin contact.

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Exposure Limit Values (1-Octanol): United States: American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Workplace Environmental Exposure Level (WEEL): WEEL 8-hour TWA: 50 ppm 3 WEEL 8-hour TWA: 265 mg/m Exposure Controls: Engineering Controls: Ventilation: Local exhaust - preferred Mechanical - may be necessary if working at elevated temperatures or in enclosed areas. Provide ventilation to meet exposure limits.

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Personal Protective Equipment: Eye - Goggles or face shield with goggles, dependent upon potential exposure Skin - Protective gloves: Rubber Dependent upon degree of potential exposure, additional personal protective equipment may be required, such as chemical boots and full protective clothing. Inhalation - None required for ambient temperature, although a NIOSH/MSHA approved organic vapor air-purifying respirator should be used if a mist or vapor is generated. A NIOSH/MSHA approved self-contained breathing apparatus or air-supplied respirator is recommended if the concentration exceeds the capacity of cartridge respirator. WARNING: Air purifying respirators do not protect workers in oxygendeficient atmospheres. Other Controls: Boots, eye wash fountain, safety shower, apron, protective clothing.

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8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION - CONTINUED

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• Environmental Exposure Controls: Contact Procter and Gamble for specific Community information. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
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General Information: Physical State: liquid @ 72° F (22° C) Appearance: Colorless Odor: “fishy-alcohol” Odor Threshold: Not available

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Important health, safety and environmental information:

pH: Not applicable Boiling point/Boiling range: >400° F (>204° C) @ 760 mm Hg (101.3kPa) Flash Point & Method: > 200° F (> 93° C) PMCC Flammability (solid, gas): Combustible liquid Explosive properties: Not available Oxidising properties: Not available Vapor pressure: @ 75° F (23.9° C) 0.008 mm Hg (estimated) @ 100° F (37.8° C) 0.034 mm Hg (estimated) @ 140° F (60° C) 0.262 mm Hg (estimated) Relative density: 0.83 @ 25/25° C Freezing point: Not available Solubility: Water solubility: Negligible Fat solubility (solvent-oil to be specified): Not available Partition coefficient: n-octanol/water: Not available Viscosity: Not available Vapor density: ~5.5 Evaporation Rate (nBuOAc=1): Not available Explosive Limits: Lower: Not available Upper: Not available Auto ignition temperature: Approx. 550° F (287.7° C) Coefficient of water/oil distribution: Not available _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
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Stability: Stable under normal operational conditions. Conditions to Avoid: Do not expose to extreme heat or flame. Materials to Avoid: Strong oxidizing agents. Hazardous Decomposition Products: Carbon monoxide. Complete combustion forms carbon dioxide and water vapor. Partial combustion forms also carbon monoxide, soot, aldehydes and ketones.

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10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY-CONTINUED

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• Hazardous Polymerization: Should not occur ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

IRRITATION DATA Skin, human

1-Decanol 4 hr. - significantly less irritating than 20% Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (positive control). OECD Test Guideline 404, PII=3.33 83 mg Severe irritation 1-Decanol Practically non-toxic by acute oral route 3560 mg/kg

Skin, rabbit Eye, rabbit TOXICITY DATA LD50 oral, rat LD50 skin, rabbit

TOXICITY DATA 1-Dodecanol LD50 skin, rabbit 12,800 mg/kg ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION 1-Decanol (112-30-1) Ecotoxicity Duration 96h 96h 96h 24h Endpoint LC50 LC50 LC50 EC50 Species Fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas) Fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas) Alburnus alburnus Daphnia magna Effect Concentration (mg/L) 2.3 2.4 7.2 11 Reference Veith et al., 1983a and b Brooke et al., 1984 Linden et al., 1979 Bringman and Kuhn, 1982

Mobility Mass Distribution by Environmental Compartment via Fugacity Level III Model Air: 3.62% Water: 37.9% Soil: 53.4% Sediment: 5.02% Persistence and degradability Sewage Aerobic biodegradation

30d 77% (as COD)

Blok, 1979

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12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION - CONTINUED Bioaccumulative potential Log Kow 4.11-4.57 Log Kow 3.79 Log Kow 4.03 Verscheren, 1996. SRC Vaishnav et al., 1987; Hansch and Leo, 1979; Veith et al., 1980.

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BCF (bioconcentration factor) Not assignable via USEPA’s EPISuite (USEPA, 2000) ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS DISPOSAL IS TO BE PERFORMED IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL FEDERAL, STATE/PROVINCIAL AND LOCAL REGULATIONS. Do not dispose of via sinks, drains or into the immediate environment. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION Not classified in DOT - RID/ADR - IMDG - ICAO/IATA-DGR ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 15. ADDITIONAL REGULATORY INFORMATION INVENTORY STATUS: TSCA (USA), EINECS (EU), DSL (Canada), Australia, Korea, PICCS (Philippines), China, ENCS (Japan), Switzerland WGK water endangering class 1 – low hazard to waters

EC LABELING AND CLASSIFICATION: According to Directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC - Symbol: Xi = irritant - Risk phrase(s): R 36 Irritating to eyes - Safety phrase(s): S25 Avoid contact with eyes S26 In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice S39 Wear eye/face protection Canada HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS – WHMIS (Canadian Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) This product when tested as a whole is considered a controlled substance Class D, Division 2, Subdivision b (skin and eye irritant, toxic) within the meaning of the Hazardous Products Act. This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard criteria of the Controlled Products Regulations and the MSDS contains all the information required by the Controlled Products Regulations. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ 16. OTHER INFORMATION EUROPE This product safety data sheet was prepared in compliance with Directive 2001/58/EC. R-phrase(s): R36 Irritating to eyes.

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16. OTHER INFORMATION - CONTINUED USA LABELING: CAUTION: CAUSES EYE IRRITATION Avoid contact with eyes, skin, or clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling. Keep away from heat and flame. FIRST AID: In case of contact, immediately flush eyes with plenty of water. Get medical attention. Wash skin with soap and water. Use CO2, dry chemical or water fog. Use foam for large fires.

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FIRE: References:

Griffiths, HA et al. (1997) Food and Chemical Toxicology 35 (1997) 255-260 RTECS ACCESSION NUMBER HE4375000 1-Decanol RTECS ACCESSION NUMBER JR5775000 1-Dodecanol Bagley et al. Skin Irritation: Reference Chemicals Data Bank. Toxicology in Vitro. 10(1996) 1-6. Blok, J. 1979. A repetitive die away (RDA) test combining several biodegradability test procedures. Int. Biodeterior. Bull. 15: 57–63. Bringmann, V. and Kuhn, R. 1982. Results of toxic action of water pollutants on Daphnia magna Straus tested by an improved standardized procedure. Z. Wasser Abwasser Forsch. 15(1):1–6. Brooke, L.T., Call, D.J., Geiger, D.L., and Northeadhcott, C.E. 1984. Acute Toxicities of Organic Chemicals to Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas). Center for Lake Superior Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin–Superior. Hansch, C. and Leo, A. 1979. Substituent constants for correlation analysis in chemistry and biology. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Linden, E., Bengtsson, B.E., Svanberg, O., and Sundstrom, G. 1979. The acute toxicity of 78 chemicals and pesticide formulations against two brackish water organisms. The bleak (Alburnus alburnus) and the harpaticoid Nitocra spinipes. Chemosphere 11–12:843–851. Syracuse Research Corporation (SRC) Online Database. Veith, G.D., Macek, K.J., Petrocelli, S.R., and Carroll, J. 1980. An evaluation of using partition coefficients and water solubility to estimate bioconcentration factors for organic chemicals in fish. In Eaton, J.G., Parish, P.R., and Hendricks, A.C. (eds.). Aquatic Toxicology, ASTM STP 707. American Society for Testing and Materials. USEPA. 2000. EPISuite Estimation Software V.3.10. USEnvironmental Protection Agency.

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16. OTHER INFORMATION - CONTINUED References (continued):

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Vaishnav, D.D., Boethling, R.S., and Babeu, L. 1987. Quantitative structure–biodegradability relationships for alcohols, ketones and alicyclic compounds. Chemosphere. 16(4):695–703. Veith, G.D., Call, D.J., and Brooke, L.T. 1983a. Estimating the acute toxicity of narcotic chemicals to fathead minnows. In Bishop, W.E., Cardwell, R.D., and Heidolph, B.B. (eds.). Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment: Sixth Symposium. ASTM STP 802. American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia. Veith, G.D., Call, D.J., and Brooke, L.T. 1983b. Structure–toxicity relationships for the fathead minnow, Pimephales promelas: Narcotic industrial chemicals. Can. J. Fish Aquat. Sci. 40:743–748. The following sections contain revisions or new statements: 1. Department issuing MSDS: Product Safety and Regulatory Affairs 1-800-477-8899. The submission of the MSDS may be required by law, but this is not an assertion that the substance is hazardous when used in accordance with proper safety practices and normal handling procedures. Data supplied are for use only in connection with occupational safety and health. The information contained herein has been compiled from sources considered by Procter & Gamble to be dependable and is accurate to the best of the Company' knowledge. The information relates to the specific product designated herein, and s does not relate to use in combination with any other material or any other process. Procter & Gamble assumes no responsibility for injury to the recipient or third persons, or for any damage to any property resulting from misuse of the controlled product.


				
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