Antidote, internal--Give mustard emetic; follow with dose of bicarbonate of soda in water.
Repeat soda at short intervals.
Transparent, colorless or yellowish FUMING, SUFFOCATING, CAUSTIC, and CORROSIVE
liquid. Burns flesh severely on contact; vapor extremely corrosive to tissues. DANGEROUS
FIRE and EXPLOSION HAZARD. Causes fires and explosions on contact with organic
materials or other easily oxidizable materials. When in contact with substances with which it
reacts, it throws off toxic fumes which are likely to be the highly injurious oxide of nitrogen. It
also increases the FLAMMABILITY of wood, cotton, and similar materials.
Add acid slowly to water, stirring constantly. Splattering acid could cause serious burns.
Antidote, external--Flood affected areas 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.
Transparent, colorless crystals. POISONOUS. Has strong, local CAUSTIC action on contact
with skin and tissues. Avoid inhalation of dust, or mist from dust and room moisture, as well as
contact with solutions.
Antidote, external--If affected externally, wash with water; notify medical officer.
Antidote, internal--Give magnesia, chalk, or whiting suspended in much water; follow with
White, crystalline powder. A moderate FIRE HAZARD. When heated, it evolves a vapor which
is FLAMMABLE and TOXIC. Its dust can form EXPLOSIVE mixtures with air.
Antidote, external--If this material gets into the eyes, irrigate immediately with warm water for 15
minutes, and report to an eye specialist.