Richard J. Lewis Sr. Offers a "safety profile" of 5000 of the most important hazardous chemicals. Features unique Chemical Safety Profiles that provide a quick overview of the hazards, synonyms, and physical properties of a variety of chemicals.
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Journal of Hazardous Materials, April 30, 2009).
Hazardous chemicals desk reference, Richard J. Lewis, S. Lewis, Sr. - 6th ed. p. cm. Includes index. Over 5,800 entries are included. Over 500 new entries were added. Numerous synonyms have been added to assist in locating the many materials that are known under a variety of systematic and common names.
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The Fifth Edition of Hazardous Chemicals Desk Reference contains Safety Profiles, synonyms, physical properties, standards, and recommendations of government agencies for approximately 5,000 chemicals deemed both important and potentially hazardous by the international scientific community. Substances were chosen on the basis of meeting a variety of criteria, including: Having an OSHA standard Having an ACGIH TLV Listed by the International Agency for Research on Cancer Groups 1 through 4 assessments Listed on the NTP Ninth Report on Carcinogens Having a German Research Society’s Mak or Bat listing Having especially dangerous toxic, reactive, or fire properties The data for each entry is taken from the master file of DPIM. The Fifth Edition distinguishes itself from its predecessors by including the very latest information from a variety of international databases and organizations, while deleting entries that have proven to be the least pertinent to practitioners. As with previous incarnations, the organization of contents places a premium on providing a quick reference for individuals seeking a concise summary of a chemical’s hazards. The Desk Reference remains the premier resource on hazardous chemicals for students, professors, scientists, engineers, and all professionals whose work involves managing these materials.