Listing of Substances Whose Hazardous Nature Is Greater Than Their Potential Usefulness
Acryl nitrite Phosphorus (red and white) Ammonium chromate Phosphorus peroxide Aniline Picric Acid Aniline hydrochloride Potassium sulfide Anthracene Pyridine Antimony trichoride Pyrogatic Acid Arsenic Selenium Arsenic chloride Silver cyanide Arsenic peroxide Silver oxide Arsenic trichoride Silver nitrate Asbestos Sodium azide Benzene Sodium chromate Calcium cyanide Sodium, metal Calcium fluoride Sodium nitrite Chlorine Stannic chloride Chloroform Steeric Acid Chromium Strontium Chromium oxide Strontium nitrate Dichlorobenzene Sudan IV Dichloroethane Talc Dimethanline Tannic Acid Ethylene dichloride Tetrabromoethane Ethylene oxide Uranium Gunpowder Uethane Hydrobromic Acid Wood’s metal Hydrofloric Acid Indigo carmine Lead arsenate Lithium, metal Lithium nitrate Magnesium, metal powder Mercury (and its compounds) Methylene Methyl iodine Methyl methacrylene Methyl orange Methyl red Nickel oxide Nicotine Paris green Phenol
Chemicals Whose Toxicity, Carcinogenicity, Flammability, And/Or Explosive Propensity Preclude Their Use In A School Explosives Peroxide Forming Chemicals High Energy Oxidizers Listing of Shock Sensitive Chemicals Meanings of Physiological Classifications Irritants: These are materials that cause inflammation of mucous membranes. Examples of irritants are: ammonia, alkaline dusts and mists, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen floride, halogens, ozone, phosgene, diethyl/dimethyl sulfate, nitrogen dioxide, phosphorous chlorides, and arsenic trichloride. They can also cause changes in the mechanics of
respiration and harm lung function. Chemicals that cause this type of irritation include: Acetic acid, acolein, formaldehyde, formic acid, iodine, sulfur dioxide, and sulfuric acid. Asphyxiants: These are inert gases that displace oxygen, or reduce the body’s ability to absorb, transport, or utilize inhaled oxygen. Examples include: Nitrogen, nitrous oxide, cardon dioxide, hydrogen, helium, carbon monoxide, and cyanides. Anesthetics: Chemicals that have a depressant effect on the central nervous system. Examples include: Halogenated hydrocarbons and alcohols. Hepatotoxic agents: Chemicals that may damage the liver. Examples include: Carbon tetrachloride, tetrachloroethane, and nitrosamines. Nephrotic agents: Chemicals that may damage the kidneys. Examples include: Halogenated hydrocarbons and uranium compounds. Neurotoxic agents: Chemicals that damage the nervous system. Examples include: Trialkyl tin compounds, tetraethyl lead, methyl orange, methyl mercury, carbon disulfide, organic phosphorus insecticides, thallium, and manganese. Blood and Hematopoietic agents: These agents damage the blood and/or bone marrow. Examples include: Nitrates, aniline, toluidine, nitrobenzene, and benzene. Pulmonary agents: These agents cause fibrotic changes and damage pulmonary tissue. Examples include: Coal dust, cotton dust, wood dust. Carcinogenic agent: These agents cause the proliferation of malignant neoplastic cells. Known carcinogens include: Asbestos, alpha-nathylamine, dicholorobenzidine, vinyl chloride, ethylene oxide, methyl chloromethyl ether, inorganic arsenic, and coal tar derivative volatiles. Teratogen agent: These are chemicals that interfere with normal embryonic development without killing the fetus or damaging the mother. Examples include: lead and thalidomide. Sensitizer agents: These are chemicals that cause allergic reactions in normal tissue after repeated exposure to that chemical. Examples include: Epoxies, nickel compounds, poison ivy, toluene diisocyanate, chromium compounds, and chlorinated hydrocarbons.
INTERCESSIONS 11 December 2011 CHRIST CHURCH, VIENNA Third Sunday of Advent THE NATIONS OF THE WORLD: Cape Verde, The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau and Senegal DIOCESAN CALENDAR: Archdeacon of the Eastern Archdeaconry, 714 89 00 (office)Vocations to the ministry and ordinands in training PRAYER CONCERNS: Those living in places of conflict, esp. children CHRIST CHURCH