What hazard class is chloroform?

What hazard class is chloroform?

Hazard Class: 6.1 6.1(9.2)
UN Number: UN1888 UN1888
Packing Group: III III

What is the density of chloroform?

1.49 g/cm³

What is the LD50 for chloroform?

695 mg/kg
Toxicological Data on Ingredients: Chloroform: ORAL (LD50): Acute: 695 mg/kg [Rat].

Is chloroform a hazardous waste?

as a HAZARDOUS WASTE. Contact your state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) or your regional office of the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for specific recommendations. Prior to working with Chloroform you should be trained on its proper handling and storage.

Is chloroform explosive?

*Reactivity Hazards In alkaline media, or when solid base is present, the reaction of chloroform with acetone is explosive. Similarly, mixtures of dinitrogen tetraoxide and chloroform are explosive. See Bretherick’s Handbook of Reactive Chemical Hazards for details and for other incompatibilities.

What is formula of chloroform?


What is density of glycerin?

1.26 g/cm³

What is density of benzene?

876 kg/m³

What is the main use of chloroform?

Chloroform is used as a solvent, a substance that helps other substances dissolve. Also, it is used in the building, paper and board industries, and in pesticide and film production. It is used as a solvent for lacquers, floor polishes, resins, adhesives, alkaloids, fats, oils and rubber.

What to do if you breathe in chloroform?

Anyone who may have been exposed to high levels of chloroform should be removed from the source of exposure immediately. Clothing that has come into contact with chloroform should be removed and discarded. Skin and eyes contaminated with chloroform should be flushed with clean water. Seek medical attention immediately.