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Hydrogen Peroxide

Material Safety Data Sheet


Rev. No. 06, Rev. Date : 2007-05-26

SECTION 1. Chemical Product & Company Identification

Chemical Name Hydrogen Peroxide


Synonym Hydrogen Peroxide Solution, 30 70%; Reagent
46(Parker Chemical) ;

Company DC Chemical Co,. Ltd.


50 Sokong-dong Chung-Ku, Seoul, Korea
Phone (82) 2 7279 500
Emergency Call (82) 63 830 7777
Material Identification
CAS Number 7722 84 1
UN Number 2015
EINECS Number 231 765 0

SECTION 2. Composition/ Information on Ingredients

Materials CAS No. Wt.%


Hydrogen Peroxide 7722 84 1 30 ~ 70
Water 7732 18 5 30 ~ 70
Other Contaminats May contain traces of a stabilizer

Symbol(s) O, C
R-phrase(s) R5, R8, R20/22, R35

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SECTION 3. Hazards Identification

NFPA Ratings (Scale 0~4) Health = 2, Fire = 0, Reactivity = 3

Emergency Overview

1) Colorless liquid with a bitter taste.


2) Harmful if inhaled or swallowed.
3) Causes skin and eye burns and severe burns to mucous membranes.
4) Causes respiratory tract irritation, possibly severe.
5) Strong oxidizer. Contact with other material may cause fire.
6) Containers may violently rupture at elevated temperatures.
7) Do not breathe vapor or mist. Do not get in eyes, on skin, or on clothing.
8) Keep away from heat and flame. Keep from contact with clothing and
other combustible materials. Store away from combustible materials.
9) Keep container tightly closed.
10) Wash thoroughly after handling. Use only with adequate ventilation.
11) Handle with caution.

Primary Routes of Entry And Potential Health Effects

Inhalation
Short Term Effects
May be harmful if inhaled. May cause irritation possibly severe. Additional effects may
include vomiting, diarrhea, shortness of breath, headache, dizziness, numbness, twitching,
lung congestion, convulsions and shock
Long Term Effects
May cause effects as in short term exposure. Additional effects may include tearing.

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Skin Contact
Short Term Effects: May cause irritation, possibly severe.
Long Term Effects: Same effects as short term exposure.

Eye Contact

Short Term Effects: May cause burns. Additional effects may include tearing and blindness.
Long Term Effects: May cause effects as in short term exposure. Additional effects may
include eye damage.

Ingestion

Short Term Effects: May be harmful if swallowed. May cause burns. Additional effects may
include fever and chest pain.
Long Term Effects: May cause effects as in short term exposure. Additional effects may
include kidney damage. May also cause tumors.

Carcinogen Status
OSHA: N
NTP: N
IARC: N

SECTION 4. First-Aid Measures

Inhalation
Take affected persons out into the fresh air.
Perform artificial respiration if necessary.
Maintain airway, blood pressure and respiration.
Keep warm and at rest. Treat symptomatically and supportively.
Get medical attention immediately.
Qualified medical personnel should consider administering oxygen.
Get medical attention in case of respiratory symptoms.
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Skin Contact
Remove contaminated clothing, shoes, etc. immediately.
Wash with soap or mild detergent and large amounts of water until no evidence of
chemical remains (at least 15-20 minutes).
If burns occur, proceed with the following:
Cover affected area securely with sterile, dry, loose-fitting dressing.
Treat symptomatically and supportively.
Get medical attention immediately.

Eye contact:
Wash eyes immediately with large amounts of water, occasionally lifting upper and lower
lids, until no evidence of chemical remains (atleast 15-20 minutes).
Continue irrigating with normal saline until the pH has returned to normal (30-60 minutes).
Cover with sterile bandages.
Get medical attention immediately.

Ingestion:
If the person is conscious and not convulsing, give 2-4 glasses of water to dilute the
chemical.
Use gastric tube to relieve the pressure caused by evolved oxygen
(Dreisbach, Handbook of Poisoning, 12th Ed.).
Treat symptomatically and supportively.
Intubation should be performed by qualified medical personnel.
Get medical attention immediately.

Note to Physician:
No specific antidote
Treat symptomatically and supportively

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SECTION 5. Fire-Fighting Measures

Fire and Explosion Hazard:


Negligible fire hazard when exposed to heat or flame.

Oxidizer:
Oxidizers decompose, especially when heated, to yield oxygen or other gases which will
increase the burning rate of combustible matter. Contact with easily oxidizable, organic, or
other combustible materials may result in ignition, violent combustion or explosion.

Extinguishing Media:
Water only, no dry chemical, carbon dioxide or halon.
(1993 Emergency Response Guidebook, RSPA P 5800.6)
For larger fires, flood area with water from a distance.
(1993 Emergency Response Guidebook, RSPA P 5800.6).

Fire-fighting:
Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.
Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is
out.
Stay away from ends of tanks.
For massive fire in cargo area, use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles; if this is
impossible, withdraw from area and let fire burn (1993 Emergency Response Guidebook,
RSPA P 5800.6, Guide Page 45).
Use water in flooding amounts as a fog.
Cool containers with flooding quantities of water, apply from as far a distances as possible.
Avoid breathing toxic vapors, keep upwind.

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SECTION 6. Accidental Release Measures

Occupational Spill.
Keep combustibles(wood, paper, oil,etc.) Away from spilled material.
Do not touch spilled material. Stop leak if you can do it without risk.
Use water spray to reduce vapors.
Do not get water inside container.
For small dry spills, with clean shovel place material into clean, dry container and cover.
Move containers from spill area.
For small liquid spills, flush area with flooding amounts of water.
For larger spills, dike far ahead of spill for later disposal. Keep unnecessary people away.
Isolate hazard area and deny entry.

Reportable Quantity (RQ) : 1 Pound


The Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act(SARA) Section 304 requires that a
release equal to or greater than the reportable quantity for this substance be immediately
reported to the local emergency planning committee and the state emergency response
commission (40 CFR 355.40).If the release of this substance is reportable under CERCLA
Section 103, the National Response Center must be notified immediately at (800) 424-
8802 or (202) 426-2675 in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area (40 CFR 302.6).

SECTION 7. Handling and Storage

Storage
Observe all federal, state and local regulations when storing this substance.
Protect against physical damage.
Store in cool, ventilated, non-combustible area in vented containers, remote from
combustible, organic, readily oxidizable materials and catalytic metals (NFPA 49,

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Hazardous Chemicals Data, 1975).


Consult NFPA publication 43A, Storage of Liquid and Solid Oxidizing Materials, for
Storage Requirements.
Store away from incompatible substances.

Threshold Planning Quantity (TPQ):


The Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) Section 302 requires that
each facility where any extremely hazardous substance is present in a quantity equal to or
greater than the TPQ established for that substance notify the state emergency response
commission for the state in which it is located. Section 303 of SARA requires these
facilities to participate in local emergency response planning (40 CFR 355.30).

SECTION 8. Exposure Controls and Personal Protection

Exposure Limits
OSHA TWA : 1 ppm (1.4 mg/m3)
ACGIH TWA : 1 ppm (1.4 mg/m3)
NIOSH TWA : 1 ppm (1.4 mg/m3) recommended 10
: hours TWA
DFG MAK TWA : 1 ppm (1.4 mg/m3)
5 minute peak, momentary value, 8 times/shift : 2 ppm (2.8 mg/m3)

Hydrogen Peroxide (Greater than 52%):


1) 1,000 pound SARA Section 302 Threshold Panning Quantity.
2) 1 pound SARA Section 304 Reportable Quantity.
3) 7,500 pounds OSHA Process Safety Management Threshold Quantity.

Ventilation
Provide local exhaust or process enclosure ventilation to meet published exposure limits.

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Eye Protection
Employee must wear splash-proof or dust-resistant safety goggles and a faceshield to
revent contact with this substance.

Emergency wash facilities


Where there is any possibility that an employee's eyes and/or skin may be exposed to
this substance, the employer should provide an eye wash fountain and quick drench
shower within the immediate work area for emergency use.

Clothing
Employee must wear appropriate protective(impervious) clothing and equipment to
prevent any possibility of skin contact with this substance.

Gloves
Employee must wear appropriate protective gloves to prevent contact with this substance.

Respirator
The following respirators and maximum use concentrations are recommendations by the
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical
Hazards; NIOSH criteria documents or by the U.S Department of Labor, 29 CFR
1910 Subpart Z. The specific respirator selected must be based on contamination
levels found in the work place, must not exceed the working limits of the
respirator and be jointly approved by the National Institute for Occupational Safety
and Health and the Mine Safety and Health Administration (NIOSH-MSHA).

Hydrogen Peroxide:
10 ppm Any supplied-air respirator
25 ppm Any supplied-air respirator operated in a continous-flow mode.
50 ppm Any self-contained breathing apparatus with a full facepiece.
Any supplied-air respirator with a full facepiece.
75 ppm Any supplied-air respirator that has a full facepiece and is operated in a
pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode
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Escape- Any air-purifying, full-facepiece respirator (gas mask) with a chin-style, front- or
back-mounted canister providing protection against this compound.
Any appropriate escape-type, self-contained breathing apparatus.

For Firefighting and Other Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health Conditions:


Any self-contained breathing apparatus that has a full facepiece and is operated in a
pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode.
Any supplied-air respirator that has a full facepiece and is operated in a pressure-demand
or other positive-pressure mode in combination with an auxiliary self-contained breathing
apparatus operated in pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode.

SECTION 9. Physical and Chemical Properties

Description Colorless liquid with a bitter taste

Molecular Weight 34.01

Molecular Structure H-O-O-H

Boiling Point 108(226 )

Freezing Point -25

Vapor Pressure 25 mmHg (30)

Vapor Dencity 117

Specific Gravity 1.11 (25)

Water Solubility Complete

pH No data available

Viscosity No data available

Evaporation Rate <1 (Butyl acetate = 1)

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SECTION 10. Stability and Reactivity

Reactivity

May decompose on prolonged storage or heating with evolution of oxygen.

Tightly closed containers may rupture due to an increase in internal pressure.

Thermal decomposition becomes self-sustaining at 141 C and is accelerated by agitation,

contact with rough surfaces, alkalies, finely divided metals and many other

substances.

Conditions to Avoid

May ignite other combustible materials (wood, paper, oil, etc.).

Reaction with fuels may be violent.

Flammable poisonous gases may accumulate in tanks and hopper cars.

Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard.

Incompatibilities

Acetaldehyde Forms explosive compound.

Acetic Acid Forms explosive compound.

Acetone Explosion

Alcohols May form explosive compounds.

Benzenesulfonic Anhydride Explosive decomposition

Carboxylic Acids Forms explosive peroxyacids.

Chlorosulfonic Acid May form explosive compound.

Chlorine + Potassium Hydroxide Reacts with red luminescence.

Combustible Materuals May accelerate the burning rate or cause

ignition explosion on contact.

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Diethyl Ether Explosive mixture.

Dimethylphenylphosphine Violent reaction on rapid mixing.

Diphenyl Diselenide May form explosive compound.

Ethanol Explosion.

Gadolinium hydroxide Forms explosive compound.

Hydrogen Selenide Rapid interaction.

Ketene Forms explosive compound.

Ketones + Nitric Acid May form explosive compound.

Lithium Tetrahydroaluminate Explosive mixture.

Metals (and Alloys) May catalyze violent, exothermic decomposition.

Metal Oxides Vigorous or violent, exothermic decomposition.

Metal Salts May catalyze violent, exothermic decomposition

Nitric Acid + Thiourea Formation of explosive compound.

Nitric Acid Unstable mixture when more than 50% acid is

present.

Nitrogenous Bases Explosion hazard.

Organic Compounds Under certain circumstances, may ignite or form

detonable mixture. The presence of a catalyst

may increase the risk of a reaction.

Oxygenated Compounds + Water May form detonable mixture.

Phenylselennoketones Strong, exothermic reaction.

Phosphorous Violent reaction if heated.

Phosphorous(V) Oxide Extremely violent reaction.

Potassium Violent reaction.

Potassium Permanganate Violent reaction.

Reducing Agents Fire and explosion hazard.

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Sodium Violent reaction.

Tetrahydrothiopene May form explosive compound.

Sulfuric Acid Explosion hazard if heated to dryness.

Tin(II) Chloride Exothermic reaction.

Wood Possible ignition

Hazardous decomposition

Thermal decomposition releases oxygen and heat.

Polymerization

Hazardous polymerization is not been reported to occur under normal temperature and

pressures.

SECTION 11. Toxicological Information

Acute Toxicity

Irritation 1 hour, rat, > 4580 mg/m3


Oral LD50, rat, >1034 mg/kg
Dermal LD50, rabbit, > 2000mg/kg
Irritation Rabbit, Severe damage (eyes)
Rabbit, Slight irritant (skin)
Sensitization No sensitization was noted when administered
as a 76% w/v
Comments mixture during induction and as a 25% w/v
mixture at challenge.
Toxic effect linked with irritating properties.

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Chronic toxicity No data


Carcinogenic Designation None

SECTION 12. Ecological Information

Environmental Impact Rating (0~4) No data available


Acute Aquatic Toxicity No data available
Degradablity No data available
Log Bioconcentration Factor (BCF) No data available
Log Octanol/Water Partition Coefficietn No data available

SECTION 13. Disposal Considerations

Observe all federal, state and local regulations when disposing of this substance.
Disposal must be in accordance with standards applicable to generators of hazardous
waste, 40 CFR 262. EPA Hazardous Waste Number D002.
100 pound CERCLA Section 103 Reportable Quantity.

SECTION 14. Transport Information

USA DOT Shipping Name (49 CFR 172.101) & UN Number


Shipping Name Hydrogen Peroxide, aqueous solution
UN-No UN 2014
Class 5.1
Packing Group II
Labeling Requirement 5.1 ; 8
Quantity Limitation Passenger aircraft or railcar : Forbidden
Cargo Aircraft Only : Forbidden.

SECTION 15. Regulatory Information


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TSCA Inventory Status Y


CERCLA Section 103 (40CFR 302.4) N
SARA Section 302 (40CFR 355.30) Y, TPQ = 1000 pound
SARA Section 304 (40CFR 355.40) Y, RQ = 1 pound
SARA Section 313 (40CFR 372.65) N
OSHA Process Safety (29CFR 1910.119) Greater than 52%
TQ = 7500 pound
California Proposition 65 N
SARA Hazard Categories, SARA Sections 311/312
(40CRF 370.21)
Acute Hazard Y
Chronic Hazard N
Fire Hazard Y
Reactivity Hazard Y
Sudden Release Hazard N

SECTION 16. Other Information

To our actual knowledge, the information contained herein is accurate as of the date of this
document. However, DC Chemical Co., Ltd. does not warrant, expressly or impliedly, or accept
any liability in connection with this information or its use. This information is for use by
technically skilled persons at their own discretion and risk and does not relate to the use of this
product in combination with any other substance or any other process. This is not a license of
any patent, trademark or other intellectual property. The user alone must finally determine
suitability of any information or material for any contemplated use, the manner of use and
whether any intellectual property rights are infringed.

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