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General Description

  • OSHA IMIS Code Number: 1012
  • Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) Registry Number: 1937-37-7
  • NIOSH Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances (RTECS) Identification Number: QJ6160000; 50640

Health Factors

Monitoring Methods used by OSHA

Primary Laboratory Sampling/Analytical Method (SLC1):
  • Glass Fiber Filter (37 mm) without a backup pad
  • maximum volume: 100 Liters
  • maximum flow rate: 1.0 L/min (TWA)
  • current analytical method: High Performance Liquid Chromatography; HPLC/UV/VIS
  • method reference: 2 (OSHA In-House File)
  • method classification: Partially Validated
  • note: Ship with dry ice. Protect samples from light and heat.
Wipe Sampling Method:
  • Glass Fiber Filter
Bulk Method:
  • For any dye analysis, a bulk sample of the dye must be sent to the Salt Lake Technical Center. Limit the amount of bulk submitted to one gram or approx. one mL.
Conditions:

Special solvent extraction; u Bondapak C18; 20% B - curve 8 - 30 min to 80% B, A = 0.25 g Na2HPO4, 600 mL water, 400 mL methanol 1.7 g of TBAP, B = 0.25 g Na2HPO4, 250 mL H20, 750 mL methanol, 1.7 g TBAP; 1 mL/min; UV 546, 436; DL = 1.1 µg /sample; C/P DBA

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