f 600.467 325.123 l 377.41 454.947 m 600.467 178.015 l 121.897 425.982 l W* n EMC W* n 0 0 0 rg q 604.312 426.115 m )Tj h Particulate-phase adipic acid may be phy\ sically removed from the air. 157.229 225.195 m 603.543 252.105 m including trade names and synonyms. ( )Tj W* n /Artifact <>BDC 7.688 469.171 m BT 9.226 439.588 l ( Adipic acid is not expected to volatilize from dry soil surfaces based \ on its extrapolated vapor )Tj (irritation develops and persists. 455.54 239.419 147.234 11.917 re 9.226 492.103 l Adipic acid SDS Safety Data Sheet for Adipic acid 818650. (Mutagenicity:)Tj f 0000002031 00000 n 8.457 438.668 m /TT0 1 Tf 0 -1.201 TD 602.774 682.2 l 604.312 426.115 l /Artifact <>BDC (gastrointestinal tract and in the mucosa of the upper respiratory tract.\ )Tj Like other organic compounds, carboxylic acids can be oxidized by strong oxidizing agents and reduced by strong reducing agents. /TT1 1 Tf (Extinguishing Media:)Tj W* n 485.294 467.633 l 0 -1.201 TD 0 18 612 756 re 6.9196 0 0 6.9196 18 8.7488 Tm h f 0.949 0.945 0.935 rg /TT0 1 Tf 121.524 468.402 m It is mildly toxic, with a median lethal dose of 3600 mg/kg for oral ingestion by rats. 454.003 251.336 l 10.764 89.459 m (OSHA:)Tj h 7.688 440.723 m /Artifact <>BDC ( 124-04-9: AU8400000 )Tj f 0 18 612 756 re Q 157.997 239.419 147.234 11.917 re Behavior in Fire: Melts and may decompose to give volatile acidic vapors of valeric acid and other substances. ( This product has a WHMIS classification of D2B. /TT0 1 Tf 9.226 394.844 l /TT0 1 Tf f 602.774 464.809 l 602.774 518.243 l 9.226 413.448 l (For information, call:)Tj ( 800-424-9300 )Tj (Section 14 - Transport Information )Tj q (Health & Safety Reporting List)Tj The pH of solutions of carboxylic acids is therefore less than 7.0. ( CAS# 124-04-9: 0 )Tj h 601.236 414.985 l h 602.774 424.578 l The nylon, which … 9.226 559.198 593.548 26.141 re /TT1 1 Tf q h 11.533 630.153 l ( CAS# 124-04-9 can be found on the following state right to know lis\ ts: California, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, )Tj 0000057066 00000 n f 11.533 435.529 l q 0 18 612 756 re 600.467 415.754 l 156.46 251.336 l 9.226 632.46 l f ( ACGIH says threshold limit value is based upon neurotoxicity. 0 -1.201 TD W* n h (Safety Phrases:)Tj 0.457 0.449 0.431 rg )Tj h 306.769 239.419 147.234 11.917 re 122.666 465.577 m 603.543 452.123 l f /T1_0 1 Tf )Tj h W* n 454.003 239.419 l 0 18 612 756 re Developmental and reproductive toxicity: Ingredients linked to developmental and reproductive toxicity, a broad class of health effects that range from infertility and reproductive organ cancers to birth defects and developmental delays in children. W* n h h 363.873 478.263 l Dust may form explosive mixture with air (USCG, 1999). trailer f 604.312 758.755 m (Not regulated as a hazardous material)Tj f /TT0 1 Tf It is insoluble in water. h h f 122.292 455.716 l (Storage:)Tj /Artifact <>BDC (Inhalation:)Tj 0 -1.199 TD 123.434 466.346 238.901 11.917 re CAS=1071-93-8, Molecular Formula=C6H14N4O2, Molecular Weight (g/mol)=174.204, MDL Number=MFCD00007614, InChI Key=IBVAQQYNSHJXBV-UHFFFAOYSA-N, Synonym=adipic dihydrazide,adipohydrazide,adipic acid dihydrazide,hexanedioic acid, dihydrazide,adipyl hydrazide,hexanediohydrazide,adipic acid, dihydrazide,adipodihydrazide,hexanedioic acid… EMC f W* n 0000056844 00000 n 602.774 485.033 l 0.313 0.313 0.313 rg h 120.755 455.716 l f EMC 121.897 437.899 l %PDF-1.6 %���� 600.467 371.01 l USE: Adipic acid is a commercially important chemical used during the production of nylon, plastics, lubricants, adhesives, and polyurethane foam. /WebCaptureBG BMC )Tj 604.312 63.319 l ... ADIPIC ACID; 2 OCTANOL (CAPRYL ALCOHOL) 2 ETHYLHEXANOIC ACID (2EH ACID) 2 ETHYL HEXYL ALCOHOL (2-ETHYLHEXANOL) BEHENYL ALCOHOL 70 (C2270) W* n 0.801 0.801 0.801 rg ( Dust generation, Aqueous solutions are very mildly corrosive to most me\ tals.. )Tj 11.533 371.01 l (Adipic acid)Tj Use with )Tj 0000001140 00000 n 602.774 225.964 l )Tj Registration dossier . -30.591 -2.577 Td FIRE HAZARDS 4.1 Flash Point: Combustible solid, 385°F O.C. 483.757 442.261 l 0 -1.099 TD 362.335 466.346 l h Q h ( Fish: Bluegill/Sunfish: LC50 = 97-330 mg/L; 24-96 Hr. /Artifact <>BDC (NFPA Rating:)Tj ET /TT0 1 Tf 604.312 557.661 l 363.873 452.892 l h Q Conventionally it was manufactured from petrochemicals but in recent days it can be synthesized from renewable substrates by means of biological methods. /Article <>BDC 10.764 493.64 m W* n Q 4, 2011) Adipic Acid (Flam. 8.457 438.668 m 0 0 0 rg (LD50/LC50:)Tj For example, phenol can be oxidized to KA oil, which is further processed give adipic acid. )Tj ( 6/06/2006 )Tj f 0 -1 TD (Chemical Name)Tj 0 0 0 rg 9.226 464.809 l 0.753 0.753 0.753 rg 7.688 367.165 l 377.41 468.402 m 454.771 252.105 m W* n 0 -1.201 TD 0 -1.199 TD 603.543 454.947 l )Tj (1.360 g/cm @ 20/4\260C )Tj 11.533 457.057 l 0 18 612 756 re 602.774 559.198 l h EMC 362.335 452.892 l 306 238.65 m /Artifact <>BDC 10.7638 0 0 10.7638 7.6884 548.7429 Tm /T1_0 1 Tf T* 121.524 454.947 m 0.313 0.313 0.313 rg 9.226 458.892 l EMC h 602.774 606.319 l 1,4-butanedicarboxylic acid, adipic acid, and hexanedioic acid Cancer Cancer: Ingredients linked to cancer in government, industry or … f Adipic acid dust, suspended in the air, can ignite at temperatures of 500-550°C. BT 600.467 706.034 l 604.312 152.643 l ( )Tj 604.312 457.354 l /TT1 1 Tf 121.524 454.947 m )Tj 10.764 457.825 m EMC 600.467 733.383 l (Clean Air Act:)Tj EMC Registration dossier . h (Section 12 - Ecological Information )Tj 604.312 585.074 m h /TT0 1 Tf ( None of the chemicals in this material have a SNUR under TSCA. (Section 7 - Handling and Storage )Tj 0.753 0.753 0.753 rg ( )Tj (in both the vapor and particulate phases in the ambient atmosphere. /TT0 1 Tf 157.997 225.964 l ( )Tj ( Wear appropriate protective clothing to minimize contact with skin. Almost 90 percent of adipic acid produced is used in the production of nylon 66. (consequential or exemplary damages, howsoever arising, even if Fisher ha\ s been advised of the possibility of such damages. 120.755 454.178 l 454.771 238.65 l 9.9358 0 0 9.9358 7.6884 758.6238 Tm W* n 7.688 144.544 m 11.533 422.271 l 13.4548 0 0 13.4548 177.1302 441.8729 Tm h A modified Apelblat equation was used to correlate the experimental data. 602.774 466.346 l f /TT1 1 Tf h /TT0 1 Tf f 601.236 607.857 l q BT f ( None of the chemicals in this product are considered highly hazardo\ us by OSHA. The primary hazard is the threat to the environment. h Production of adipic-acid was 1.8 million pounds in 1979; most of this was used in the production of nylon-66 fibers. /TT0 1 Tf 600.467 169.916 l 0000056735 00000 n f q 0000051986 00000 n 0.313 0.313 0.313 rg ( )Tj 600.467 733.383 l 8.457 454.947 m 9.226 480.644 l f ( )Tj ( )Tj 10.764 630.922 m 7.688 92.535 m f 601.236 438.051 l (Explosion Limits, Lower:)Tj 602.774 154.181 l 7.688 441.126 m 454.771 225.195 m 600.467 346.651 l 0 -1.2 TD 484.526 454.947 m /TT1 1 Tf f 363.873 464.809 l BT 11.533 494.409 l 306.769 239.419 l h /TT1 1 Tf 9.226 412.527 l 0 -1.201 TD 9.226 459.363 l 0 18 612 756 re T* 0 -1.2 TD Q 601.236 630.922 l EMC 378.179 442.261 l ( )Tj 121.524 441.492 m (https://fscimage.fishersci.com/msds/00390.htm)Tj q 0.313 0.313 0.313 rg 0000000565 00000 n f 11.533 156.487 l 13.4548 0 0 13.4548 112.1033 690.8504 Tm ( )Tj 601.236 434.76 l A wide variety of products is possible. ( )Tj 0.753 0.753 0.753 rg 0 18 612 756 re Wash clothing before reuse. 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