BHBSM - 146 4608 COLOR DEVELOPING AGENT, CD-2

  • MSDS: BHBSM
  • Manufacturer: EASTMAN KODAK CO
  • Product Name: 146 4608 COLOR DEVELOPING AGENT, CD-2
  • National Stock Number: 6750-00D002289
Product Identification

Product ID:146 4608 COLOR DEVELOPING AGENT, CD-2
MSDS Date:04/28/1989
FSC:6750
NIIN:00D002289
MSDS Number: BHBSM

Responsible Party
EASTMAN KODAK CO.
343 STATE STREET
ROCHESTER, NY 14650
US

Emergency Phone: 716-722-5151

Info Phone: AREA MARKETING & DISTRIBUTION CNTR

Cage: 19139

Contractor
EASTMAN KODAK CO GOVERNMENT MARKETS CONTRACTS
ROCHESTER, NY 14650-1115 US

Telephone: 716-722-5151/(800) 242-2424

Cage: 19139

Ingredients

4-N,N-DIETHYL-2-METHYLPHENYLENEDIAMINE MONOHYDROCHLORIDE

CAS: 2051-79-8

RTECS: SS9560000

Fraction By Weight: 100%

Hazards

LD50 LC50 Mixture:ORAL RAT LD50 IS 107 MG/KG
Routes of Entry: Inhalation:YES Skin:YES Ingestion:YES
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:NO IARC:NO OSHA:NO
Health Hazards Acute and Chronic:CHEMICAL IS IRRITATING TO BODY
TISSUES. IT HAS SENSITIZED AN ACUTE ALLERGIC SKIN REACTION IN
WORKERS HANDLING THIS MATERIAL, AND REPEATED ORAL DOSES HAVE CAUSED
LIVER DAMAGE IN RATS AT DOSES OVER 20 MG/KG.
Explanation of Carcinogenicity:MFR REPORTS 'NO INCREASE IN TUMORS AS
COMPARED WITH CONTROLS'.
Effects of Overexposure:EYE:IRRITATION. SKIN IRRITATION AND POSSIBLE
SENSITIZATION. PROLONGED CONTACT CAUSES BURNS. INHALED:HARMFUL IF
INHALED. UPPER RESPIRATORY IRRITATION. INGESTED:HARMFUL IF
SWALLOWED. EXPECT G/I DIST RESS, BURNING NAUSEA,ETC. MAY CAUSE
LIVER DAMAGE IN LARGE OR CHRONIC DOSES.
Medical Cond Aggravated by Exposure:PEOPLE WITH SKIN CONDITIONS OR
LIVER PROBLEMS MAY BE AT INCREASED RISK IF HANDLING THI MATERIAL.

First Aid

First Aid:EYE:FLUSH W/WATER 15 MIN, HOLD LIDS OPEN. SKIN:REMOVE
CONTAMINATED CLOTHING AND LAUNDER BEFORE REUSE. WASH WITH SOAP &
WATER. INHALED:REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. RESTORE BREATHING AS NEEDED.
INGESTED:GIVE 2 LARGE GLASSES OF MILK OR WATER AND IMMEDIATELY
INDUCE VOMITING. GIVE NOTHING BY MOUTH IF UNCONSCIOUS. GET
IMMEDIATE MEDICAL CARE.

Fire Fighting

Extinguishing Media:USE CARBON DIOXIDE, FOAM, DRY CHEMICAL, OR WATER
FOG.
Fire Fighting Procedures:FIRE FIGHTERS SHOULD USE NIOSH APPROVED SCBA &
FULL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT WHEN FIGHTING CHEMICAL FIRE. USE WATER
SPRAY TO COOL NEARBY CONTAINERS EXPOSED TO FIRE.
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:FIRE OR EXCESSIVE HEAT MAY CAUSE
PRODUCTION OF HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS. THIS LIKE MOST
ORGANIC POWDERS IS CAPEABLE OF CREATING A DUST EXPLOSION.

Accidental Release

Spill Release Procedures:SWEEP,VACUUM OR OTHERWISE RECOVER SOLIDS OR
SOLUTION. STORE IN APPROPRIATE CONTAINER FOR DISPOSAL.
Neutralizing Agent:NONE GIVEN BY MANUMACTURER.

Handling

Handling and Storage Precautions:STORE IN A COOL,DRY AREA AWAY FROM
OXIDIZING MATERIALS.
Other Precautions:READ LABEL AND FOLLOW DIRECTIONS.

Exposure Controls

Respiratory Protection:RESPIRATOR WILL NOT NORMALLY BE NECESSARY. USE
NIOSH/MSHA APPROVED AIR SUPPLIED RESPIRATOR OR RESPIRATOR FOR DUST
IF EXPOSURE IS ABOVE THE TLV/PEL. SEE 29 CFR 1910.134 FOR
REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO R ESPIRATOR USE.
Ventilation:NORMAL ROOM VENTILATION IS SUFFICIENT. SUPPLEMENT WITH
LOCAL EXHAUST IF DUSTY OPERATIONS ARE BEING PERFORMED.
Protective Gloves:RUBBER, VINYL OR OTHER IMPERVIOUS
Eye Protection:SAFETY GLASSES OR SPLASH GOGGLES
Other Protective Equipment:SAFETY SHOWER AND EYE WASH STATION. WORK
CLOTHING AS DICTATED BY THE TASK AND THE NEED TO PROTECT THE SKIN
FROM CONTACT
Work Hygienic Practices:USE STRICT CHEMICAL HYGIENE PRACTICE. AVOID
SKIN CONTACT AND BREATHING THE DUST WHENEVER POSSIBLE.
Supplemental Safety and Health
BOD = 0.15 G/G COD = 1.6 G/G.

Chemical Properties

HCC:T4
Melt/Freeze Pt:M.P/F.P Text:500F,260C
Decomp Temp:Decomp Text:500F,260C
Vapor Pres:NEGLIGIBLE
Spec Gravity:POWDER
Evaporation Rate & Reference:NEGLIGIBLE
Solubility in Water:APPRECIABLE
Appearance and Odor:WHITE TO TAN CRYSTALS, NO ODOR.
Percent Volatiles by Volume:UNKNON

Stability

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS
Stability Condition to Avoid:HIGH TEMPERATURES(OVER 160C) OPEN FLAMES
Hazardous Decomposition Products:CARBON DIOXIDE, CARBON MONOXIDE,
HYDROGEN CHLORIDE, NITROGEN OXIDES.

Disposal

Waste Disposal Methods:DISPOSE I/A/W ALL FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL
REGULATIONS. MANUFACTURER SUGGESTS THAT DISPOSAL MAY BE DONE BY
INCINERATION OF SOLIDS. MFR SUGGESTS FLUSHING SMALL AMOUNTS OF THE
MATERIAL TO DRAIN.

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