Antidote, external--Wash affected areas immediately and copiously with water; follow with
saturated solution of boric acid.
Oily liquid; colorless when freshly distilled, darkening on exposure to light and air. POISONOUS
when absorbed through the skin, and when vapors or dust are inhaled. FLAMMABLE!!
Antidote, external--Remove contaminated clothing, flood affected areas with water, and wash
with soap. If eyes are affected, irrigate with warm water for 15 minutes.
Antidote, internal--Give emetic (mustard and water, or soap and water). Give cold effusions and
stimulants such as ammonia, fresh air, and oxygen. Also, give plenty of milk or black coffee,
camphor, or ether-but no alcohol or castor oil.
ATHENON--(See Parahydroxyphenol Aminoacetic Acid)
Clear, colorless, FLAMMABLE liquid; characteristic odor. Its very harmful POISONOUS and
NARCOTIC vapors burn with a very smoky flame. Flash point: 12F. DANGEROUS FIRE
and EXPLOSION HAZARD!!
Antidote, external--Flood affected areas with water; follow with saturated solution of boric acid.
Antidote, internal--Give magnesia, chalk, or whiting suspended in water; follow with mustard
White crystalline needles or scales. FLAMMABLE!! A moderate FIRE HAZARD.
White deliquescent crystals, granules, lumps, or flakes. CAUTION: Keep container tightly
closed! This chemical liberates much heat when dissolved in water, so its use as a dehydrating
agent generally has been replaced by silica gel.