AMINO DIMETHYLANILINE MONOHYDROCHLORIDE
Pinkish to red crystals or powder. WARNING: This chemical contains 5% or more of an
aromatic amine. Avoid contact with solutions, and do NOT inhale its dust!!
This is an organic reagent used in color forming and color coupling developers, and has been
responsible for serious skin eruptions in the case of users susceptible to it. It has the property of
sensitizing persons previously immune, so that negative reaction in the past does not necessarily
insure against danger from present use. ALWAYS WEAR RUBBER GLOVES WHEN
HANDLING EITHER THE POWDER OR SOLUTION FORM, AND DO NOT INHALE ITS
DUST OR FUMES.
It may be assumed that it is a violent poison if taken internally; at present, it has not been in
wide enough use for specific antidotes to be known and listed. As soon as such information
becomes available, it will be published as a supplement.
Antidote, external--Use speed in removing contaminated clothing and flush affected areas with
copious amounts of water.
Antidote, internal--Give emetics of mustard and water, or emulsion of soap and water.
AMMONIUM BICHROMATE--(See Ammonium Dichromate)
Yellow needles. EXPLOSIVE when in contact with many substances. HAZARDOUS: Can
irritate and ulcerate skin and tissues to a serious degree. (Used in lithographic solutions.)
Antidote, external--Wash affected areas immediately and copiously with water; follow with
saturated solution of boric acid.
Colorless liquid. Fire and explosion hazard present, but considered small. CAUTION: Liquid
causes burns, and vapor is extremely irritating. (Used in lithographic solutions.)