Pale yellow amorphous scale or powder; odorless; POISONOUS!!
Antidote, external--If affected externally, wash with water; notify the medical officer.
Antidote, internal--Give magnesia, chalk, or whiting suspended in water; follow with mustard
Clear, colorless, liquid; suffocating, pungent odor. POISONOUS! Causes intense irritation of
nose, eyes, and throat. Avoid contact with skin.
Antidote, external--Give inhalation of ammonia.
Antidote, internal--Give ammonia in dilute solution, and follow with mustard emetic; then
provide demulcent drinks.
FORMALIN (See Formaldehyde)
GLYCIN (See Parahydroxyphenol Aminoacetic Acid)
GRAIN ALCOHOL (See Ethyl Alcohol)
Clear pungent, colorless, FUMING liquid, or colorless gas.
POISONOUS! Liquid burns flesh on contact; vapor exceedingly injurious to tissues. On contact
with metals, can evolve hydrogen gas, an EXPLOSION and FIRE HAZARD!
Add acid slowly to water, stirring constantly. NEVER add the water to the acid, so as to avoid
splattering of solution and glass container breakage caused by heat evolved by mixing.
Antidote, external--Flood with water immediately, and wash with copious lather of soap; then
cover with moist sodium bicarbonate, or magnesia.
Antidote, internal--Give a tablespoonful or more of magnesia, chalk, whiting, wall plaster, or soap
flakes in water, milk, mucilage, or raw egg whites.