NIOSH: RTECS QM2100000; 51352
DOT: UN1650 Poison
Odorless, white to reddish, leaflet-shaped crystals which darken in air to reddish-purple color.
BP: 583 F
VP: 1 mm at 108 C
MP: 230 F
OSHA GENERAL INDUSTRY PEL: Cancer-Suspect Agent 29 CFR 1910.1009
OSHA CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY PEL: Carcinogen - See Threshold Limit Value pamphlet, Appendix A
ACGIH TLV: Appendix A1 (Confirmed Human Carcinogen)
NIOSH REL: Potential Carcinogen, Use 29 CFR 1910.1009
NTP: Human Carcinogen
IARC: Group 1, carcinogenic to humans (2-Naphthylamine)
SYMPTOM(s): Dermatitis; hemorrhagic cystitis; dyspnea; ataxia; methemoglobinemia, hematuria, dysuria; (carcinogenic)
HEALTH EFFECTS: Cancer-Bladder (HE1);
ORGAN: Bladder, skin
PRIMARY SAMPLING/ANALYTICAL METHOD (SLC1):
MEDIA: Coated Glass Fiber Filters (37 mm) in 3 piece cassette. Coating is Sulfuric Acid.
MAX V: 100 Liters MAX F: 1.0 L/min
ANL 1: Gas Chromatography; GC/ECD
REF: 2 (OSHA 93)
CLASS: Fully Validated
NOTE: Within ten hours after sampling, transfer filter to glass vial containing 2 mL deionized water. Filters may be obtained by OSHA personnel from SLTC.
COND: NH2 column; 85% Isooctane 15% Isopropanol; 1 mL/min; Fluorescence ex 237, em 370; Retention time, 10 min; DL 20 pg/inj; C/P WH 11/78
Sulfuric acid coated glass fiber filters, within 10 hours place filter in glass vial containing 2 mL deionized water.
Limit the amount of bulk submitted to one gram or one mL.