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February 2012 Table 1: Chemicals of Concern and Associated Chemical Information PAC Rev 27

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flashpoint @ Vapor Pressure (ppm) PAC is based on LEL when the font is:
Physical Chemical Compound melting 760 mm Hg divide by Bold, green, and italicized = 10% PAC < 50% LEL ppm to
State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
3

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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

L/G Acetaldehyde -38.2 750 20 40000 45 270 840 ppm 1.80

L Acetic acid 40 117.9 7.5 14.2 40000 5 35 250 ppm 2.45

Acetic acid, 2-propenyl ester 21000 0.42 4.6 28 ppm 4.09

L Acetic anhydride 120.2 139.55 10 36 27000 0.5 15 100 ppm 4.17

L Acetone -4 56.05 75 1.3 25000 200 3,200 5,700 ppm 2.37

L Acetonitrile 35.6 81.65 75 21.4 30000 13 320 670 ppm 1.68


L or S @
low temp
Acetophenone 170.6 202 0.75 36 11000 10 10 53 mg/m3 4.91

L Acetyl bromide 230 76.7 122 25 35958 0.16 1.8 11 ppm 5.03

L Acetyl carbinol; (Acetol (1); 1-Hydroxy-2-propanone) 19.4 145-146 6.6 73 440 mg/m3 3.03

L Acetyl chloride 39.2 50.7 287 25 0.85 9.4 56 ppm 3.21

G Acetylene -113.26 subl -84 40400 25 25000 65,000 2.30E+05 4.00E+05 ppm 1.06

L Acrolein -14.8 52.6 274 25 28000 0.03 0.1 1.4 ppm 2.29

L Acrylic acid 154.4 141 7.5 35 24000 1.5 46 180 ppm 2.95

L Acrylonitrile -118.264 77.3 75 17.7 30000 4.6 57 100 ppm 2.17

L Acrylyl chloride; (Acryloyl chloride) 75.5 300 25 0.022 0.24 0.87 ppm 3.70

Aerosol, A-102; (Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-(3-carboxy- 3


L 92 1,000 6,100 mg/m
1-oxo-3-sulfopropyl)-omega-(dodecyloxy)-, disodium salt)

L Alamine 336 17 180 1,100 mg/m3

L Albumin (bovine) 30 330 1.00E+05 mg/m3 2656.64

Alcohol oxidase 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

L Alcohols, C6-C12 (N.O.S.) 30 330 2,000 mg/m3


Aliquat 336; (Adogen 464; Quaternary ammonium
compounds, tri(C8-10)-alkylmethyl-, chlorides)
2 22 130 mg/m3

Alkanes, C4-C12 8800 300 385 5,000 ppm 4.66


Alkenyl dimethylethyl ammonium bromide; (Aliphatic 3
1.5 17 99 mg/m
hydrocarbon)
Alkyl benzenes (C8-C9) 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

Alkylamines 30 330 2,000 mg/m3


3
Alkylbenzyldimethyl ammonium chloride, (C12-C18) 0.22 2.5 60 mg/m

G Allene; (1,2-Propadiene) -230.8 -32 21000 6.7 73 440 ppm 1.64

L Allyl alcohol -200.2 97.4 7.5 6.8 25000 5.1 13 40 ppm 2.37

L Allyl bromide; (3-Bromopropene) -182.2 71.3 43000 1.1 12 73 ppm 4.95

L Allyl chloride -210.1 45.1 750 44.6 29000 2.8 54 140 ppm 3.13

L Allyl chlorocarbonate -112 109.5 20 25 0.064 0.7 2.1 ppm 4.93

L Allyl isothiocyanate; (Mustard oil) -112 150.7 10 38.3 1 2 5.5 ppm 4.05

L Allylamine 65.8-58 22000 0.42 3.3 18 ppm 2.33

S/L Allyltrichlorosilane 95 117.5 53.0 47.5 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 7.17


Aluminum phosphate; (Phosphoric acid, aluminum salt (1:1), 3
L 3 260 540 mg/m 4.98
solution)
S
Aluminum phosphide 4622 0.42 2 3.6 ppm 2.37
crystals
L Amino-1-propanol, 3- 54.32 187 2.1 60 8.3 91 550 mg/m3 3.07

L Amino-2-methyl-2-propanol, 1- 151 3.9 43 260 mg/m3 3.64

L Aminoacetaldehyde diethyl acetal; (2,2-Diethoxyethylamine) -108.4 160-163 6 66 400 mg/m3 5.44


Aminoacetaldehyde dimethyl acetal; (2,2-
L 135-138 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 43.17
Dimethoxyethylamine)
3
L Aminoanthraquinone, 2- 579.2 subl 1.6 17 590 mg/m 9.12

3
L Aminobutyl)diethoxymethylsilane, (4- 220 0.06 25 4.1 45 45 mg/m 8.40

3
L Aminoethoxy)ethanol, 2-(2- 9.5 221 9 99 590 mg/m 4.30
Aminoethyl)diphenylborinic acid, o-(2-; (Diphenylboronic
acid, ethanolamine ester)
0.18 2 12 mg/m3 9.20

L Aminoethylethanolamine 243.7 <0.01 20 10000 9 99 590 mg/m3 4.26

3
L Aminoethylpiperazine, N- 63.68 220 0.45 4.9 420 mg/m 5.28

Aminoheptane, 3-; (3-Heptylamine) 0.049 0.54 3.2 ppm 4.71

3
L Aminopropylmethyldiethoxysilane, 3- 197-199 2.25 55 13 140 860 mg/m 7.82
Aminopropyltriethoxysilane; (3-(Triethoxysilyl)-1-
L
propanamine)
217 0.34 3.8 350 mg/m3 9.05

L/S Aminopterin; (Aminopteridine) 2.3 25 25 mg/m3 18.00

Aminopyrazine 1.5 2.5 5 ppm 3.88

L Amiton; (O,O-Diethyl-S-(2-diethylaminoethyl) thiophosphate) 110 @ 0.2 mm 0.01 80 0.3 3.3 3.3 mg/m3 11.01

G Ammonia -107.86 -33.3 750 -33.6 150000 30 160 1,100 ppm 0.70

This table provides physicochemical information obtained from various references. Note that sometimes these values will differ from reference to reference.
Chemicals with AEGLs: large, bolded font. ERPGs (but no AEGLs): bolded font. 1
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flashpoint @ Vapor Pressure (ppm) PAC is based on LEL when the font is:
Physical Chemical Compound melting 760 mm Hg divide by Bold, green, and italicized = 10% PAC < 50% LEL ppm to
State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

G Ammonia-d3 30 160 1,100 ppm 0.82

L Ammonium hydroxide -106.6 36 2160 25 61 330 2,300 ppm 1.43

L Ammonium sulfide 104 40000 0.32 3.5 7.3 ppm 2.78

L Amphetamine; (Benzedrine) 203 1.8 20 20 mg/m3 5.53

L Amyl acetate -109.3 148.4 11000 100 100 4,000 ppm 5.32

L Amyl alcohol; (1-Pentanol) -110.2 137.8 10 44.9 12000 20 20 43 ppm 3.60

L Amyl methyl ether, tert-; (TAME) 86.1 75.2 25 57 57 57 ppm 4.18

L Amylamine, n-; (1-Pentylamine) 22000 0.46 5.1 31 mg/m3 3.56

L Amyltrichlorosilane; (Pentyltrichlorosilane) 172 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 8.40

L Aniline 21.164 184.17 0.75 26.7 13000 8 12 20 ppm 3.81

3 5.03
L Anisidine, o- 43.16 224 8.0x10-2 25 1.5 8.3 50 mg/m

3 4.42
L Anisole; (Anisole anhydrous; Methoxybenzene) -35.14 153.8 10 42.2 3400 1.6 18 110 mg/m
3
L Antimony pentafluoride 44.6 149.5 0.89 2.7 140 mg/m 8.86

L Antioxidant G-16 (most toxic antioxident) 0.98 11 65 mg/m3

L Aqua regia (75% hydrochloric + 25% nitric acid) 1.1 22 98 ppm 4.07

G Argon -308.56 -185.7 65,000 2.30E+05 4.00E+05 ppm 1.63


Aromatic hydrocarbon solvents; (High flash naphtha
L 8000 3.1 34 410 ppm 4.09
distillates; Solvent naphtha (petroleum), light aromatic)
3
L Aromatic isocyanate mixture "SWD 305A" 4 20 125 mg/m

L or S Arsenic acid; (o-Arsenic acid) 95 160 0.057 0.54 190 mg/m3 5.80

S Arsenic trioxide 525.2 460 7.5x10-3 133.7 0.27 3 9.1 mg/m3 8.09

V Arsenous acid 0.05 28 170 mg/m3 5.15

L Arsenous trichloride 3.2 130 10 23.5 0.91 10 240 mg/m3 7.41

G Arsine -176.8 -62.5 1.1x10+4 20 50000 0.015 0.17 0.5 ppm 3.19

L Ascaridole 37.94 0.069 0.76 40 mg/m3 6.88


Aziridine homopolymer; (Ethylenimine homopolymer; 3
L 4.1 45 270 mg/m 408.71
Poly(ethyleneimine))
Bacto peptone 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

L Benzal chloride 1.4 205 0.75 31 0.21 2.3 14 mg/m3 6.58

L Benzaldehyde -14.8 179 1 26.2 4 4 180 ppm 4.34

L Benzene 41.882 80.09 75 20 12000 52 800 4,000 ppm 3.19

L Benzene-d6; (Deuterated benzene) 44.6 79 14000 52 800 4,000 ppm 3.44

3
L Benzenesulfonic acid chloride; (Benzenesulfonyl chloride) 58.1 251-252 0.068 25 18 200 200 mg/m 7.22

L Benzenethiol; (Thiophenol; Phenyl mercaptan) 5.36 169.5 2 25 0.1 0.53 1.6 ppm 4.50

Benzo-4,7,13,16,21,24-hexaoxa-1,10-
1.2 13 79 mg/m3 17.35
diazabicyclo(8.8.8)hexacosane, 5,6-
Benzoin oxime 0.49 5.4 32 mg/m3 9.29

L Benzonitrile 8.96 191 14000 2 22 56 ppm 4.22

L Benzothiazole 35.6 231 1 11 75 mg/m3 5.53

L Benzotrifluoride -20.11 102.1 38.83 25 31000 19 39 1,300 mg/m3 5.97

L Benzoyl chloride 31.1 197 1 32.1 12000 0.3 5 20 ppm 5.75

L Benzyl acetate -59.8 213 0.177 25 10 10 14 ppm 6.14

L Benzyl alcohol 4.28 205.31 7.5x10-3 28 13000 30 49 49 ppm 4.42

3
L Benzyl benzoate 69.8 324 0.00022 25 1.9 21 380 mg/m 8.68

L Benzyl chloride -49 179 0.75 17.7 11000 1 10 50 ppm 5.17

Benzyl chloroformate; (Carbobenzoxy


L 152 7 85-87 0.088 0.97 2.9 ppm 6.97
chloride)
L Benzyl cyanide; (Phenylacetonitrile) -10.84 233.5 1 60 0.39 4.3 15 mg/m3 4.79

L Benzyl trichloride; (Trichloromethylbenzene) 24.044 221 0.4137 25 0.064 0.7 5.3 mg/m3 7.99

L Benzylamine 185 0.653 25 2 22 130 mg/m3 4.38

L Benzyldimethylamine; (Dimethylbenzylamine, N,N-; BDMA) -103 181 0.061 0.67 79 mg/m3 5.53

S Beryllium 2348.6 2471 10 1860 0.0023 0.025 0.1 mg/m3 0.37

L Bioxirane, 2,2'-; (1,2:3,4-Diepoxybutane) 66.2 142 16 25 0.091 1 4 ppm 3.52


Bis(1-methylethyl)benzene, 1,4-; (p- or 1,4- 3
L 1.4 210.3 7.5x10-2 18 2.5 27 160 mg/m 6.63
Diisopropylbenzene)
L Bis(1-methylethyl)benzene; (Diisopropylbenzene) 205 0.25-0.39 25 65000 3.1 34 210 mg/m3 6.63

L Bis(2,3-epoxypropoxy) butane, 1,4- 266 5.7 63 220 mg/m3 8.27


Bis(2-butoxyethyl) ether; (Dibutyl carbitol; Diethylene glycol
L #VALUE! 256 0.91 10 87 ppm 8.93
dibutyl ether)

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Chemicals with AEGLs: large, bolded font. ERPGs (but no AEGLs): bolded font. 2
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flashpoint @ Vapor Pressure (ppm) PAC is based on LEL when the font is:
Physical Chemical Compound melting 760 mm Hg divide by Bold, green, and italicized = 10% PAC < 50% LEL ppm to
State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units
Bis(2-chlorethylthioethyl) ether; (2,2'-Di(3-
L?
chloroethylthio)diethyl ether)
0.15 1.6 9.8 mg/m3 10.76

L Bis(2-chloroethoxy)ethane, 1,2-; (Triglycol dichloride) -24.7 241.3 0.06 20 0.75 8.3 50 mg/m3 7.65

L Bis(2-chloroethyl)sulfide; (HD; Sulfur mustard) 55.4 215-217 0.09 30 0.01 0.02 0.32 ppm 6.50

3
Bis(2-chloroethylthio)ethane, 1,2-; (Sesquimustard) 0.028 0.3 1.8 mg/m 8.96

3 8.39
Bis(2-chloroethylthio)methane 0.025 0.28 1.7 mg/m
3
Bis(2-chloroethylthio)-n-butane, 1,4- 0.032 0.36 2.1 mg/m 10.11

3
Bis(2-chloroethylthio)-n-pentane, 1,5- 0.035 0.38 2.3 mg/m 10.68

3
Bis(2-chloroethylthio)-n-propane, 1,3- 0.03 0.33 2 mg/m 9.53

3
Bis(2-chloroethylthiomethyl)ether 0.028 0.3 1.8 mg/m 9.61

3 6.63
L Bis(2-ethoxyethyl) ether; (Diethyl carbitol) -47.2 189 12 130 980 mg/m
3
L Bis(2-ethylhexyl) hydrogen phosphate 155.015 15 160 960 mg/m 13.18

3
L Bis(chloromethyl)oxetane, 3,3- 65.66 200 0.5 25 0.18 2 7 mg/m 6.34

3
L Bis(trifluoromethyl)benzene, 1,3- 116 14 160 940 mg/m 8.75
Bisbutenylenetetrahydrofurfural; (2,3,4,5-Bis(2- 3
L -112 307 7.5 83 500 mg/m 8.35
butylene)tetrahydro-2-furaldehyde)
3 12.16
Bismuth germanate 17 200 1,200 mg/m
3
L Bisphenol A diglycidyl ether 0.092 1 2.6 mg/m 13.91
Borane methyl sulfide complex; (Methyl sulfide complex
L -16.6 ~34 0.047 0.52 3.1 ppm 3.11
with borane (1:1))
3
L Borane-tetrahydrofuran > 69 15 25 125 mg/m 3.51

L Boric acid, tributyl ester; (Tri-n-butyl borate) -94 230 0.37 4.1 25 ppm 9.41

L Boron tribromide -50.8 91.3 40 14 0.33 7.3 40 ppm 10.24

L Boron trichloride -160.6 12.5 760 12.7 0.19 2.1 2.1 ppm 4.79

3
G Boron trifluoride -199.12 -100 36560 -13.2 2.5 29 88 mg/m 2.77

L Boron trifluoride dihydrate 3.8 44 135 mg/m3 4.24

3
L Boron trifluoride etherate -76.72 126 5.2 61 184 mg/m 5.80

3
L Boron trifluoride-dimethyl ether 6.8 126-127 20 25 2.5 29 88 mg/m 4.65

3
Botulinum toxin-B 1.10E-07 1.20E-06 7.40E-06 mg/m

Botulinum toxin-F 7.70E-08 8.50E-07 5.10E-06 mg/m3

Botulinum, clostridium 4.90E-09 5.40E-08 3.20E-07 mg/m3

L Brij-35; (alpha-Dodecyl-omega-hydroxypoly(oxyethylene)) 105.8 1 11 200 mg/m3

L Bromine 19.04 58.8 75 2.5 0.033 0.24 8.5 ppm 6.53

L fuming Bromine pentafluoride -76.9 40.5 328 20 0.1 1 33 ppm 7.15

L Bromine trifluoride 47.84 127 18 39 0.12 2 21 ppm 5.60

L Bromo acetic acid, methyl ester 145 0.11 1.2 7.1 mg/m3 6.25
Bromo-2-chloro-1,1,2-trifluoroethane, 1-; (1,1,2-Trifluoro-1-
G -270.4 -57.8 >760 20 7.7 85 510 ppm 8.07
bromo-2-chloroethane)
L Bromo-3-methylbutane, 1- -169.6 120-121 6 66 390 ppm 6.17

L Bromoacetone -33.7 138 9 20 0.011 0.33 0.98 ppm 5.60

L Bromobenzene; (Phenyl bromide) -23.296 156.06 7.5 34.9 5000 0.079 0.87 140 ppm 6.42

L Bromochlorobenzene, m- -6.7 196 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 7.82

3
Bromochlorobenzene, p- 154.4 196 30 330 2,000 mg/m 7.82

L Bromochloromethane -126.4 67.8 120000 200 200 5,000 ppm 5.29


Bromocresol green; (Phenol, 4,4'-(1,1-dioxido-3H-2,1- 3
L 425.3 20 220 1,300 mg/m 28.53
benzoxathiol-3-ylidene)bis[2,6-dibromo-3-methyl-])
Bromocyclohexanol, cis-2- 0.125 0.75 40 ppm 7.32

L Bromodecane, 1- -20.56 240.6 0.25 2.7 16 ppm 9.04

L Bromodichloromethane -70.78 88.5 0.26 2.9 85 mg/m3 6.70

L Bromododecane, 1- 12.2 145 @ 15 6 66 400 mg/m3 10.19

L Bromoethane; (Ethyl bromide) -182.2 38.4 400 21 67000 15 67 3,500 ppm 4.45

3
L Bromoethanol, 2-; (Ethylene bromohydrin) 150 0.022 0.24 36 mg/m 5.11

L Bromofluorobenzene, 4-; (p-Fluorobromobenzene) 0.68 151.5 12 130 790 mg/m3 7.15

L Bromoform; (Tribromomethane) 47.642 149.1 7.5 30.5 1.5 6.7 15 ppm 10.33

L Bromohexane; (n-Hexyl bromide) -120.46 155.3 17 190 1,100 ppm 6.75

L Bromomesitylene, 2-; (2-Bromo-1,3,5-trimethylbenzene) 30.2 225 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 8.14

3
L Bromomethyl-1,3-dioxolane, 2- 80-82 @ 27 mm 6 66 400 mg/m 6.83

3
L Bromonitromethane 146-148 0.62 6.8 41 mg/m 5.72

This table provides physicochemical information obtained from various references. Note that sometimes these values will differ from reference to reference.
Chemicals with AEGLs: large, bolded font. ERPGs (but no AEGLs): bolded font. 3
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flashpoint @ Vapor Pressure (ppm) PAC is based on LEL when the font is:
Physical Chemical Compound melting 760 mm Hg divide by Bold, green, and italicized = 10% PAC < 50% LEL ppm to
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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

L Bromooctane , 1-; (Octyl bromide) -67 201.5 1.9 21 130 ppm 7.89

L Bromophenyl phenyl ether, 4- 65.696 310.1 0.0015 20 0.29 3.2 19 mg/m3 10.18

L Bromopropane, 1- -166 71 110.8 18 46000 18 18 700 ppm 5.03

L Bromopropane, 2- -128.2 59.35 216 25 22 240 1,400 ppm 5.03

3
L Bromotoluene, A-; (Benzyl bromide) 37.4 201 0.45 25 0.37 4.1 24 mg/m 6.99

L Bromotrichloromethane 21.56 104.2 39 25 0.088 0.97 5.8 ppm 8.10

G Bromotrifluoroethylene -2.5 1.3 1.3 1,400 ppm 6.58

G Bromotrifluoromethane; (Trifluorobromomethane) -277.6 -57.8 750 -58.1 2,300 25,000 40,000 ppm 6.09

L Bromotrimethylsilane; (Trimethylsilyl bromide) 79 1.2 13 79 mg/m3 6.26

Brown menhaden fish oil 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

G Butadiene, 1,3- -164.038 -4.41 750 -4.7 20000 670 5,300 22,000 ppm 2.21

G Butane -211 -0.5 1520 18.8 16000 5,500 17,000 53,000 ppm 2.38

L Butanedioic acid, diethyl ester; (Succinic acid, diethyl ester) -5.8 217.7 11000 3.6 40 240 ppm 7.12
Butanedioic acid, dimethyl ester; (Succinic acid, dimethyl
L 67.1 195.3 10000 2.5 28 170 ppm 5.97
ester)
Butanediol dinitrate, 1,4- 0.125 0.4 3 ppm 7.36

L Butanediol, 1,3- -106.6 207.5 0.06 20 140 1,500 3,600 mg/m3 3.69

L Butanediol, 1,4-; (1,4-Tetramethylene glycol) 60.8 230 0.0105 25 0.22 2.5 150 mg/m3 3.68

3
L Butanedione, 2,3- 27.68 88 56.8 25 4 44 180 mg/m 3.52

L Butanenitrile; (Butyronitrile) -170.68 117 19.5 25 16500 8 8 8 ppm 2.83

Butanephosphonic acid 0.06 0.4 2 mg/m3 5.64

L Butanethiol; (n-Butyl mercaptan) -176.26 98.5 75 35.4 14000 0.5 5 2,500 ppm 3.69

L Butanoic acid, butyl ester; (n-Butyl n-butanoate) 166 2.3 26 150 ppm 5.90

L Butanol, aluminum salt, 2- 197 @ 20C 55 590 3,600 mg/m3 10.07

L Butanol-d10, n- -130 117.7 4 20 14000 20 50 8,000 ppm 3.44

L Butanone oxime; (Ethyl methyl ketoxime) -21.1 152 10 10 52 ppm 3.56

L Butanone, 2-; (Methyl ethyl ketone; MEK) -123.952 79.59 75 21.2 14000 200 2,700 4,000 ppm 2.95

G Butene, 1-; (Butylene) -301.54 -6.3 2253 25 16000 530 530 6,100 ppm 2.29

G Butene, 2- >760 25 18000 750 1,100 6,600 ppm 2.29

G Butene, cis-2-; (cis-1,2-Dimethylethylene) -218.02 3.7 1600 25 17000 65,000 2.30E+05 4.00E+05 ppm 2.29

G Butene, trans-2-; (trans-1,2-Dimethylethylene) -157.9 0.8 1750 25 18000 460 460 6,600 ppm 2.29
Butoxyethanol acetate, 2-; (Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether
L -82.3 192 0.375 20 8800 20 20 73 ppm 6.55
acetate)
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L Butoxyethanol phosphate, 2- -94 200-230 0.03 150 1.3 15 590 mg/m 16.29

L Butoxyethanol, 2-; (Glycol ether EB) -102.64 171-172 0.8 11000 20 20 700 ppm 4.83
Butoxyethoxy)ethanol, 2-(2-; (Diethylene glycol monobutyl
L -90.58 230.6 0.022 25 12000 10 10 170 ppm 6.63
ether)
120-125 @
L Butoxyethoxy)ethyl thiocyanate, 2-(2- 0.27 3 18 mg/m3 8.31
0.25mm
L Butoxypolypropylene glycol -54.4 27 300 1,800 mg/m3 106.27

L Butyl acetate, n- -106.6 126 11.5 25 14000 5 200 3,000 ppm 4.75

L Butyl acetate, sec- -146.02 112 17 20 17000 600 1,700 10,000 ppm 4.75

L Butyl acetate, tert- 97.8 47 25 13000 600 1,700 10,000 ppm 4.75

L Butyl acetoacetate, tert- 15 170 990 mg/m3 6.47

L Butyl acrylate, n- -84.28 145 7.5 30.4 15000 8.3 130 480 ppm 5.24

L Butyl alcohol, n-; (n-Butanol) -127.48 117.73 7.5 28 14000 20 50 8,000 ppm 3.03

L Butyl alcohol, sec-; (2-Butanol) -128.2 99.5 10 20 14000 150 150 10,000 ppm 3.03

Butyl bis(2-ethylhexyl)phosphate 0.6 0.75 0.75 ppm 15.47

L Butyl bromide, n-; (1-Bromobutane) -170.14 101.3 41.97 25 25000 4.4 49 290 ppm 5.60

L Butyl chloroformate, n- 142 0.2 2.2 6.7 ppm 5.58

L Butyl chloroformate, sec- 0.2 2.2 6.7 ppm 5.58

L Butyl ether, n-; (Dibutyl ether) -144.4 142 6.01 25 9000 0.064 0.7 280 ppm 5.32

L Butyl glycidyl ether, n- 169 3.2 25 11580 3 5.6 3,500 ppm 5.32

L Butyl isocyanate, n- -103 115 1.7X10+1 25 0.013 0.023 0.25 ppm 4.05

3
L Butyl lithium -104.8 120 690 3,700 mg/m 2.62

L Butyl methyl-d3 ether, tert- 50 570 5,300 ppm 3.73

3
L Butyl perbenzoate, tert- 46.4 112 0.33 50 0.63 6.9 200 mg/m 7.94

This table provides physicochemical information obtained from various references. Note that sometimes these values will differ from reference to reference.
Chemicals with AEGLs: large, bolded font. ERPGs (but no AEGLs): bolded font. 4
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flashpoint @ Vapor Pressure (ppm) PAC is based on LEL when the font is:
Physical Chemical Compound melting 760 mm Hg divide by Bold, green, and italicized = 10% PAC < 50% LEL ppm to
State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

L Butyl propanoate; (Propanoic acid, butyl ester) -129.28 145.4 6.2 68 990 mg/m3 5.32

L Butyl-2-methylcyclopropane, T-1- 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

L Butylamine, (S)-sec- -155.2 63 178 25 17000 0.38 4.2 25 ppm 2.99

L Butylamine, n- -58 78 92.9 25 15000 2 5 2,000 ppm 2.99

L Butylamine, sec- -155.2 63 178 25 17000 2 10 10 ppm 2.99

L Butylamine, tert- -89.5 46.4 372 25 15000 0.034 0.38 56 ppm 2.99

L Butylbenzene, n-; (1-Phenylbutane) -126.13 183.31 0.75 21 8000 0.12 1.3 7.9 ppm 5.49

L Butylbenzene, sec-; (2-Phenylbutane) -116.86 173.5 1.75 25 8000 1.1 12 69 ppm 5.49

L Butylbenzene, tert- -72.04 169.1 0.75 10 7000 1.7 18 110 ppm 5.49

L Butylcyclohexane; (1-Cyclohexylbutane) 101 2.9 37.7 9000 1.3 14 86 ppm 5.73

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Butylene carbonate; (1,2-Butanediol, cyclic carbonate) 15 170 990 mg/m 4.75

L Butyllithium, sec- 62.996 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 2.62

L Butyltrichlorosilane 148.5 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 7.83

L Butyraldehyde -148 74.7 17000 0.0014 0.016 2.8 ppm 2.95

S hygr. Butyric acid, sodium salt 482 27 290 1,800 mg/m3 4.54

L Butyric acid; (n-Butyric acid) 22.82 163.5 1.65 25 20000 0.26 2.8 110 ppm 3.60
C-18 Unsaturated fatty acid, dimers, reaction products with
L polyethylenepolyamines; (Versamid 140 polyamide resin; 30 330 2,000 mg/m3
Versamid 125)
L Camphorsulfonic acid, (1R)-(-)-10- 388.4 0.82 9 54 mg/m3 9.49

L Caprolactone; (epsilon-Lactone hexanoic acid) 30.2 215 0.01 20 13 140 850 mg/m3 4.67

L Caprylyl chloride; (Octanoyl chloride) -81.4 195.6 2.5 20 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 6.65

G Carbon dioxide -69.988 - 78.464 subl 750 -78.6 30,000 30,000 50,000 ppm 1.80

L Carbon disulfide -169.78 46 750 45.9 10000 13 160 480 ppm 3.11

G Carbon monoxide -337.036 -191.5 1.55x10E8 25 120000 83 83 330 ppm 1.14

L Carbon tetrachloride -8.716 76.8 75 15.8 44 190 520 ppm 6.29

G Carbon tetrafluoride; (Tetrafluoromethane) -298.48 -127.8 83 910 5,500 ppm 3.60

G Carbon trifluoride; (Trifluoromethane; Fluoroform) -261.4 -82.2 35300 25 64 700 4,200 ppm 2.86

G Carbonyl fluoride -173.2 -83 >760 0.28 0.28 0.83 ppm 2.70

G Carbonyl sulfide -217.84 -50 750 -50.4 120000 5 55 150 ppm 2.46

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L Carbophenothion; (Trithion) 82@ 0.1 mm 0.0000003 20 0.62 6.8 6.8 mg/m 14.01

L Casamino acids 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

L Casein; (Casamino acids; Casein hydrolysate type 1) 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

L Castor oil 313 56 610 5,500 mg/m3

Cellulase 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

L or S Chlordane 222.8 175 @ 1mmHg 9.75x10-6 25 4.5 50 500 mg/m3 16.75


124-126 @0.008 3
L Chlorfenvinfos -9.4 0.91 10 10 mg/m 14.70
mm
G/L Chloride; (Chloride(1-); Chloride ions) 1 2.52 30 ppm 1.45

Chlorinated polyolefins 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

G Chlorine -150.7 -34.04 5.83x10E3 25 0.5 2 20 ppm 2.90

G Chlorine dioxide -74.2 11 100000 0.15 1.1 2.4 ppm 2.76

Chlorine Hi dry granular (as Cl) 1 2.52 30 ppm 1.45

G Chlorine pentafluoride -153.4 -13.1 0.3 1 8 ppm 5.33

G Chlorine trifluoride -105.412 11.75 750 11.4 0.12 2 21 ppm 3.78

3 9.59
L Chlormephos 81-85 @ 0.1 mm 0.0056 30 0.64 7 7 mg/m

L Chloro-1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane, 2- -326.2 12 2888 25 1,000 5,000 10,000 ppm 5.58

G Chloro-1,1-difluoroethane, 1-; (HCFC-142b) -203.8 -9.5 >760 62000 10,000 15,000 25,000 ppm 4.11

L Chloro-1,2-propanediol, 3-; (Chlorohydrin) 213 dec 0.2 20 0.0041 0.045 4.8 ppm 4.52

L Chloro-1-butanol, 4- 84 @ 16mm 0.53 5.8 110 mg/m3 4.44

L Chloro-2-methyl-1-propene, 3- -112 72.17 101.7 20 23000 0.15 1.6 9.8 ppm 3.70

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L Chloro-2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one, 5- 0.2 0.2 0.2 mg/m 6.11

L Chloro-2-methylpropane, 2-; (Tert-butyl chloride) -14.08 50.9 0.11 1.3 220 ppm 3.78

L Chloroacetaldehyde 2.66 85.5 100 20 57000 1.3 2.2 9.9 ppm 3.21

L Chloroacetaldehyde dimethyl acetal 127.5 6 66 400 mg/m3 5.09

L Chloroacetone -48.1 119 0.4 4.4 13 ppm 3.78

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L Chloroacetonitrile 126.5 15 30 2.9 32 67 ppm 3.09

L Chloroacetyl chloride -7.6 106 7.5 5.6 0.04 1.6 52 ppm 4.62

L Chlorobenzene; (Benzene chloride) -49.558 131.72 7.5 16.8 13000 10 150 400 ppm 4.60

L Chlorobenzotrifluoride, 2- 21.2 152.2 4.8 53 320 mg/m3 7.38

3
S or L Chlorobenzylate; (4,4'-Dichlorobenzilic acid ethyl ester) 98.6 157 @ 0.07mmHg 2.2x10-6 20 0.26 2.9 140 mg/m 13.29

Chlorobenzylidene malononitrile, o-; (Tear


S 203 313 0.00003 20 0.05 0.5 11 mg/m3 7.71
Gas)
L Chlorobutane, 1-; (Butyl chloride) -189.58 78.5 80.1 20 18000 1.5 16 310 ppm 3.78

L Chlorobutane, 2-; (sec-Butyl chloride) -220 68.5 0.12 1.4 310 ppm 3.78

3
L Chlorobutyryl chloride, 4- 173.5 1.32 25 55000 0.43 4.8 29 mg/m 5.76

L Chlorocyclohexene; (4-Chlorocyclohexene) 14000 60 500 2,500 ppm 4.77

L Chlorodecane, 1- -29.2 223 48 250 1,500 ppm 7.22

G Chlorodifluoromethane; (Freon 22; CFC 22) -251.356 -40.7 750 -41.1 1,250 2,100 2,400 ppm 3.53

3
L Chloroethyl chloroformate 155.7 13 48-49 1.8 20 20 mg/m 5.84

L Chloroethyl vinyl ether, 2-; (Ethene, 2-chloroethoxy-) -94.54 108 30 25 0.15 1.6 9.7 ppm 4.36

Chloroethylchloromethylsulfide, 2- 0.01 0.02 0.32 ppm 5.93

L Chloroform -82.138 61.17 75 4.3 120000 2 64 3,200 ppm 4.88

L Chloroform-d; (Deuterated chloroform) -83.2 60.9 120000 2 64 3,200 ppm 4.92

L Chloromethyl methyl ether -154.3 59.5 75 6 0.043 0.47 2 ppm 3.29

L Chloromethyl(trichloro)silane 231.8 118 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 7.52

3
L Chloronaphthalene, 1-; (alpha-Chloronaphthalene) 27.5 259 7.5x10-3 14 4.6 51 310 mg/m 6.65

L Chlorophenol, o- 48.92 174.9 7.5 45.8 0.25 2.8 26 ppm 5.25

3
L Chlorophenyl phenyl ether, 4- 17.6 284-285 0.0027 25 5 55 330 mg/m 8.36

3
L Chloropicrin/Methyl bromide mixture 0.33 1 9.31 mg/m 10.60

3
L Chloropicrin/Methyl chloride mixture 0.17 0.5 4.66 mg/m 3.47

L Chloropicrin; (Trichloronitromethane) -83.2 112 7.5 4.4 0.05 0.15 1.4 ppm 6.72

L Chloroprene; (beta-Chloroprene; Neoprene) -202 59.4 75 0.3 19000 10 10 400 ppm 3.62

3
L Chloropropanol, 3-; (1-Propanol, 3-chloro-) 165 6.9 76 460 mg/m 3.86

L Chloropropionitrile, 3- -59.8 176 2.5 25 0.22 2.5 5.4 ppm 3.66


Chloropropyl)trimethoxysilane, 3-(; (3-
L 195 <5 25 0.12 1.3 160 ppm 8.12
(Trimethoxysilyl)propyl chloride)
G/L Chloropropylene, 2- -217.48 22.65 819 25 45000 39 430 3,000 ppm 3.13

L Chloropropyl-n-octylsulfoxide, 3- 338 0.00002 25 0.73 8 1,100 mg/m3 9.76

Chlorosarin; (o-Isopropyl methylphosphonochloridate) 5.00E-04 0.006 0.022 ppm 6.40

Chlorosoman; (o-Pinacolyl methylphosphonochloridate) 0.011 0.12 0.75 ppm 8.12

Chlorosulfonic acid; 3
L -112 152 7.5 38.7 0.1 4.4 25 mg/m 4.76
(Chlorosulfuric acid)
L Chlorotoluene, 2-; (o-Chlorotoluene) -32.44 159 7.5 38 10000 75 75 170 ppm 5.17

L Chlorotoluene, 4-; (p-Tolyl chloride) 45.5 162.4 7.5 40 7000 2.6 28 230 ppm 5.17

G Chlorotrifluoroethylene -252.76 -27.8 750 -28.4 84000 16 86 420 ppm 4.76

G Chlorotrifluoromethane; (CFC-13) -293.8 -81.4 21400 25 3,000 33,000 2.00E+05 ppm 4.27

L Chlorovinylarsine dichloride; (Lewisite 1) 8.6 190 dec 0.4 20 0.12 0.12 0.74 mg/m3 8.47

L Chlorthiophos 150 0.71 7.8 7.8 mg/m3 14.76

Chromates 0.096 0.1 30 mg/m3 4.74

3
Chromium(III) oxide hydroxide; (Chromium oxyhydroxide) 2.5 27 160 mg/m 3.47

3 5.40
L Cinnamaldehyde 18.5 253 1 78 14 150 670 mg/m
Cinnamaldehyde, (E);
L 18.5 252 5.5 60 120 ppm 5.40
(trans-Cinnamaldehyde)
Coal tar pitch volatiles; (Particulate polycyclic aromatic
L
hydrocarbons)
0.6 36 700 mg/m3

L Coal tar, aerosol 2.4 26 160 mg/m3


Cobalt acetate tetrahydrate; (Cobaltous acetate
L 2.1 23 140 mg/m3 10.18
tetrahydrate)
L/G unstble Cobalt hydrocarbonyl -27.4 10 0.29 0.9 3 mg/m3 7.03

3
Cobalt tetraphenylporphine 30 330 2,000 mg/m

L Corn oil 14 280 3,000 18,000 mg/m3

L Creosote (coal tar) 203-220 0.6 18 700 mg/m3

L Cresols 51.8 191-203 0.11-0.299 25 10000 4.52 25 250 ppm 4.42

L Crotonaldehyde -104.8 102.2 30 25 21000 0.19 4.4 14 ppm 2.86

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L Crotonaldehyde, trans- -92.2 102.2 21000 0.19 4.4 14 ppm 2.87


Cs7SB; (1-(2,2,3,3-Tetrafluoropropoxy)-3-(4-sec-
L
butylphenoxy)-2-propanol)
33 370 2,200 mg/m3 13.83

L Cube Resin other than Rotenone 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

L Cumene hydroperoxide; (Isopropylbenzene hydroperoxide) 153 9000 1.1 1.1 9.7 ppm 6.22

L Cumene; (Isopropyl benzene) -140.836 152.41 7.5 33 8000 50 300 730 ppm 4.91
G/L
Cyanic acid; (Hydrogen cyanate) -122.8 23 25 270 1,600 ppm 1.76
unstabl
G Cyanogen -18.094 -21.1 750 -21.4 66000 2 8.3 25 ppm 2.13

G Cyanogen chloride 20.3 13.1 1010 20 0.036 0.4 4 ppm 2.51

L Cyanophos #VALUE! 119-120 2.3 25 25 mg/m3 9.94

L Cyanuric fluoride; (2,4,6-Trifluoro-s-triazine) -36.4 72.4 0.17 0.17 87 mg/m3 5.52

L Cyclohexane 43.862 80.73 75 19.3 12000 100 100 10,000 ppm 3.44

Cyclohexanediamine, 1,2- 3
L 92-93@ 18mmHg 1.9 21 120 mg/m 4.67

L Cyclohexanol 75.2 161.5 1 21 20000 50 50 3,500 ppm 4.09

L Cyclohexanone; (Ketohexamethylene) -18.22 155.43 7.5 36 11000 20 20 5,000 ppm 4.01

L Cyclohexene -154.66 83 67 20 12000 300 300 10,000 ppm 3.36

L Cyclohexylamine -0.04 134 7.5 22 15000 1.8 8.6 30 ppm 4.05

L Cyclohexylethanol, 2- 188.6 208 2.8 31 190 mg/m3 5.24

L Cyclooctadiene, 1,5- -92.2 150.8 10000 1.2 13 77 ppm 4.42

L Cyclooctane 59 151 3.3 37 220 ppm 4.59

?? Cyclooctatetraene, 1,3,5,7- 19.4 142-143 7.9 25 65,000 2.30E+05 4.00E+05 ppm 4.26

L Cyclooctene, cis- 10.4 142 2.5 27 160 mg/m3 4.50

L Cyclopentane -136.66 49.3 317.8 25 11000 600 3,800 3,800 ppm 2.87

L Cyclopentanone -60.34 130.6 11.4 25 42 42 250 ppm 3.44

G Cyclopropane -195.88 -33.5 5410 25 24000 13 140 5,000 ppm 1.72

L Decafluoropentane, 1,1,1,2,3,4,4,5,5,5- 55 226 25 200 400 490 ppm 10.30

L Decahydronaphthalene -45.4 155.5 2.3 25 7000 0.032 0.35 31 ppm 5.65

L Decahydronaphthalene, cis-; (cis-Decalin) -45.94 195.6 2.3 25 0.032 0.35 31 ppm 5.65

L Decahydronaphthalene, trans-; (trans-Decalin) -23.26 187.3 10 47.2 7000 0.032 0.35 31 ppm 5.65

L Decamethylcyclopentasiloxane -36.4 210 7.5x10-2 19 0.37 4.1 6.9 ppm 15.15

L Decanal 23 208.5 0.103 25 8000 1.8 19 120 ppm 6.39

L Decane -21.28 174.15 1.43 25 7000 1.9 20 440 ppm 5.82

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L Decene, 1-, homopolymer, hydrogenated -85 375--> <1 20 30 330 2,000 mg/m

L Decyl alcohol; (1-Decanol) 44.6 232.9 1 69.5 9000 0.32 3.5 930 mg/m3 6.47

L Demeton 134 @ 2 mm 10000 0.18 2 20 mg/m3 21.12

L Demeton-S-methyl 89 @ 0.15mm 0.0003 20 0.45 5 22 mg/m3 9.41

G Deuterium -425.974 -249.49 40000 65,000 2.30E+05 4.00E+05 ppm 0.16

L Deuterium oxide; (Heavy water) 38.876 101.42 50000 0.74 8.2 49 ppm 0.82

G Deuterochloric acid; (Deuterium chloride) -173.2 -85 1.8 22 100 ppm 1.53

L Di(ethylene glycol) diacrylate 200 0.75 8.3 50 mg/m3 8.76

L Di-2-ethylhexyl adipate -90.04 214 @ 5 mmHg 8.5x10-7 20 1000 0.74 8.2 1,500 mg/m3 15.15

L Diacetoxydibutyl stannane 50 130 1.3 20 0.59 0.82 6.3 mg/m3 14.35

L Diallyl phthalate -94 157 2.4 150 15 33 140 mg/m3 10.07

L Diaminodiphenylsulfone; (4,4'-Sulfonyldianiline) 348.8 0.72 7.9 200 mg/m3 10.15

L Diaminodipropylamine, 3,3-; (Aminobis(propylamine)) 5.9 235 0.41 4.5 27 ppm 5.36

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L Diazabicyclo(5.4.0)undec-7-ene, 1,8- -94 80-83 @ 0.6 mm 5.3 37.7 11000 1.2 13 79 mg/m 6.22

L Diazoacetic acid, ethyl ester; (Ethyl diazoacetate) -7.6 141 @ 720 mm 0.037 0.41 79 mg/m3 4.66

G Diazomethane -229 -23 0.6 2 2 ppm 1.72

G Diborane -264.73 -92.49 750 -92.6 8000 0.1 1 3.7 ppm 1.13

L Dibromo-3-chloropropane, 1,2-; (DBCP) 41 196 0.58 20 0.003 0.41 0.45 ppm 9.66

L Dibromochloromethane; (Chlorodibromomethane) -4 120 5.54 25 7.4 73 73 mg/m3 8.51

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L Dibromohexane, 1,6- 29.84 245.5 0.89 9.7 58 mg/m 9.97

L Dibromomethane; (Methylene dibromide) -62.86 95.6 - 96.4 44.4 25 0.23 2.5 200 ppm 7.11

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Dibromophenol, 2,6- 0.5 2.5 2.5 mg/m 10.30

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L Dibromopropane, 1,3- -32.8 166.5 1.6 17 100 mg/m3 8.25

L Dibromotetrafluoroethane; (Halon 2402) -169.6 47.3 43 480 2,900 ppm 10.62

Dibutyl (2-ethylhexyl)phosphate 0.6 0.7 0.7 ppm 13.18

L Dibutyl butylphosphonate 160-162 0.018 0.2 1.2 ppm 10.23

L Dibutyl peroxide, tert- -40 111 25.1 25 450000 0.077 0.85 180 ppm 5.98

L Dibutyl phosphate 135-8 @ 0.05mm 5000 2 21 125 ppm 8.59

L Dibutyl phosphite 95 @1 mm 1 95 13 150 880 mg/m3 7.94

L Dibutyl phthalate -31 340 7.5x10-2 104 5000 15 31 9,300 mg/m3 11.38

L Dibutylhexamethylenediamine, N,N'- 205 0.0004 25 0.2 2.2 9.7 mg/m3 9.34

L Dibutyltin dilaurate; (Dibutylbis(lauroyloxy)stannane) 73.4 205 @ 10 mmHg 1.1 3.3 5.2 mg/m3 25.82

L Dichloro-1,1,1-trifluoroethane, 2,2-; (HCFC-123) -160.6 27.82 718 25 91 1,000 10,000 ppm 6.25

Dichloro-1-fluoroethane, 1,1-; (HCFC-141b;


G/L -154.3 32 412 25 76000 1,000 1,700 3,000 ppm 4.78
Freon 141)
L Dichloro-2-butene, 1,4- 38.3 158 3 25 15000 0.015 0.13 12 ppm 5.11

L Dichloro-2-propanol, 1,3- 24.8 174 1 28 0.06 0.66 4.8 ppm 5.27

L Dichloroacetic acid 50 194 1 44 119000 1.5 6.9 110 ppm 5.27

L Dichloroacetyl chloride 108 0.04 1.6 52 ppm 6.02

L Dichloroacetylene -85 33 0.0091 0.1 13 ppm 3.88

L Dichloroamine; (Chlorimide) 0.051 0.56 3.4 ppm 3.51

L Dichlorobenzene, m- -12.64 173 0.75 8 20200 2.7 2.7 38 ppm 6.01

L Dichlorobenzene, o- 1.4 180 0.75 16.3 20000 50 50 1,000 ppm 6.01

Dichlorocyclohexane, 1,1- 0.75 6 30 ppm 6.26

L Dichlorocyclohexane, trans-1,2- 0.75 6 30 ppm 6.26

G Dichlorodifluoromethane; (Freon 12, CFC 12) -250.78 -29.8 750 -30 1,000 10,000 50,000 ppm 4.94

L Dichloroethanol acetate, 1,2- -25.6 79-79.5 @ 33 mm 0.15 1.7 1.7 ppm 6.42
Dichloroethyl ether; (1,1'-Oxybis(2-chloro)ethane; Bis(2-
L -61.42 178.5 0.75 19.8 27000 10 25 250 ppm 5.85
chloroethyl)ether)
3
S fuming Dichloroethylaluminum 89.6 194 10 10 10 mg/m 5.19

3
L Dichloroethylbenzene; (Ethyldichlorobenzene) #VALUE! 220-224 17 180 1,100 mg/m 7.15

L Dichloroethylene, 1,2- -58 55 2.01x10+2 25 56000 200 200 4,000 ppm 3.96

L Dichloroethylene, cis-1,2- -112 60.1 75 3.8 56000 140 500 850 ppm 3.96

L Dichloroethylene, trans-1,2- -57.64 48.7 750 47.3 56000 280 1,000 1,700 ppm 3.96

G Dichlorofluoromethane; (Freon 21, CFC 21) -202.72 8.9 750 8.6 91 1,000 50,000 ppm 4.21

Dichlorohexane, 1,2- 0.75 6 30 ppm 6.34

L Dichlorohexane, 1,6- 87-90 @ 15 mm 53000 12 130 790 mg/m3 6.337925

L Dichloroisopropyl ether -142.24 187 0.75 27.3 14190 0.053 0.58 20 ppm 6.99

L Dichloromethane-d2 -142.6 40 155000 200 560 6,900 ppm 3.55

L Dichloromethoxy ethane; (bis(2-Chloroethoxy)methane) -27.04 217.5 0.1 20 0.13 1.4 2.4 ppm 7.07

L Dichloromethyl ether; (bis(Chloromethyl)ether) -42.7 106 29.4 25 0.004 0.044 0.18 ppm 4.70

3 7.81
L Dichloromethylphenylsilane 205 1.8 20 20 mg/m

L Dichloromethylphosphine; (Methylphosphonous dichloride) 80-81 @ 729 mm 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 4.78

L Dichlorooctane, 1,8- 115-116 @ 11 mm 7.5 83 500 mg/m3 7.484367

S Dichlorophenol, 2,4- 113 210 0.09 25 0.2 2 20 ppm 6.66

L Dichloropropane 18.2 25 34000 0.96 11 42 ppm 4.62

L Dichloropropane, 1,1- 88.1 65.9 25 31000 2.3 26 150 ppm 4.62

L Dichloropropane, 1,2-; (Propylene dichloride) -148.72 96.4 53.3 25 34000 30 51 2,000 ppm 4.62

L Dichloropropane, 1,3- -147.1 120.9 18.2 25 34000 0.96 11 42 ppm 4.62

L Dichloropropane, 2,2- -29.02 69.3 29330 2.4 26 160 ppm 4.62

Dichloropropene, 1,1- 76.5 1.3 15 87 ppm 4.54

L Dichloropropene, 1,2- 75 90.8 20 33850 1.3 15 87 ppm 4.54

L Dichloropropene, 1,3-; (including cis- and trans- isomers) #VALUE! 108 34 25 50000 3 19 120 ppm 4.54

L Dichloropropene, 2,3- 50 94 61.2 25 26000 0.36 4 24 ppm 4.54

Dichloropropene, cis-1,2-; (1,2-Dichloro-1-propene, (Z)-) 93 33850 1.3 15 87 ppm 4.54

G Dichlorosilane -187.6 8.3 41000 0.9 11 50 ppm 4.13

G Dichlorotetrafluoroethane -137.2 4.1 210 2,300 8,500 ppm 6.99

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G Dichlorotetrafluoroethane, 1,2-; (Freon 114, CFC 114) -137.02 3.8 2014 25 1,000 10,000 50,000 ppm 6.99

L Dichlorovos; (Dichlorvos) 120 @ 14 mm 1.8 20 200 mg/m3 9.03

L Dicrotophos 400 0.000086 20 0.082 0.9 4 mg/m3 9.70

L Dicyclohexyl; (Cyclohexylcyclohexane) 38.12 227 6 66 400 mg/m3 6.80

L Dicyclopentadiene 91.22 166.6 10 47.6 8000 0.01 5 75 ppm 5.40

3
Didecyldimethylammonium chloride 0.3 3.3 17 mg/m 14.80

L Diesel fuel marine; (Diesel fuel No. 4) 100 100 8,500 mg/m3

L Diesel fuel marine; (Fuel oil No.2) 100 100 2,400 mg/m3

L Diesel fuels 100 100 1,500 mg/m3

S or L Diethanolamine 82.4 268.8 7.5x10-3 53 16000 3 5.1 130 mg/m3 4.30

L Diethoxydimethylsilane 114 10 13.3 12220 2.8 31 180 ppm 6.06

L Diethyl (methylthiomethyl) phosphonate 0.037 0.41 2.4 ppm 8.10

L Diethyl benzene isomers; (Dowtherm J) -23.8 183.8 1.05 25 7000 10 100 500 ppm 5.49

L Diethyl carbonate -45.4 126 10.8 25 14000 0.42 4.6 70 ppm 4.83

L/S Diethyl chlorophosphate 88-90 @ 15 mm 0.73 8 8 mg/m3 7.05

L Diethyl ethylphosphonate 198 0.37 4.1 460 mg/m3 6.79

L Diethyl malonate; (Ethyl malonate) -57.64 198.9 1 40 13000 6.9 76 450 ppm 6.55

3
Diethyl mercury 159 0.039 0.052 13 mg/m 10.57

Diethyl methylphosphonate; (DEMP) 7.3 81 480 mg/m3 6.22

L Diethyl oxalate -41.08 185.4 1 47 1.2 13 79 mg/m3 5.97

L Diethyl phosphite 187-188 12 130 770 mg/m3 5.65

L Diethyl phthalate; (Ethyl phthalate) -40.9 295 7.5x10-3 12 7000 5 5 1,700 mg/m3 9.08

L Diethyl pyrocarbonate 160-163 3.7 41 240 mg/m3 6.63

L Diethyl sulfate -11.2 208 0.75 36 41000 0.013 0.15 9.7 ppm 6.30

3
L Diethyl tartrate 65.66 280 30 330 2,000 mg/m 8.43

L Diethyl trichloromethylphosphonate 130-131 @ 14 mm 2.4 26 160 mg/m3 10.44141

L Diethylamine -38.02 55.5 400 38 18000 15 15 2,000 ppm 2.99

Diethylaminoacetone 1.5 10 50 ppm 5.27

L Diethylaminopropylamine 165-170 14000 1.7 18 110 mg/m3 5.32

L Diethylaniline, N,N- 181.4 216.3 7.5x10-2 14 1.3 14 85 mg/m3 6.10

3
L Diethylbenzene, o- -4 183.5 4.8 53 700 mg/m 5.49

L Diethyldichlorosilane -145.3 129 dec 40.4 48.1 0.9 11 50 ppm 6.42

L Diethylene glycol 20.3 244-245 0.07 22 16000 6.9155 80 250 ppm 4.34
Diethylene glycol di(3-aminopropyl) ether; (Polyglycol
L 147 13 140 850 mg/m3 9.01
diamine)
L Diethylene glycol dimethyl ether; (Bis(2-methoxy ethyl)ether) -90.4 162 14000 15 17 190 ppm 5.50

L Diethylene glycol hexyl ether; (n-Hexyl carbitol) -27.94 259.1 0.01 20 1.3 15 480 mg/m3 7.78

L Diethylenetriamine -38.2 207 0.22 20 10000 1 1 1 ppm 4.22

L hygr Diethylethanolamine, N,N-; (Diethylaminoethanol) -94 162 1.4 20 67000 2 2 500 ppm 4.79

L Diethylzinc -18.4 118 20.8 25 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 5.05

L Difluoroethane; (1,1-Difluoroethane; HFC 152a) -178.6 -26.5 4550 25 37000 10,000 15,000 25,000 ppm 2.70

L Diglycidyl ether 260 0.09 25 0.77 8.5 25 ppm 5.32

L Diglycol monoethyl ether acetate; (Carbitol acetate) -13 218.5 7.5x10-2 10.6 10000 1.1 12 2,200 mg/m3 7.20

L Dihydro-2(3H)-furanone; (4-Butanolide) -47.2 203-204 14000 0.37 4.1 310 mg/m3 3.52

L mobile Dihydro-2H-pyran, 3,4- 86-87 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 3.44

3
L Dihydro-4-methyl furan, 2,3- 1.1 13 76 mg/m 3.44

L Dihydroxy-2-butene, 1,4-; (2-Butene-1,4-diol) 44.6 234 0.0462 25 1 11 69 ppm 3.60

L Diiodomethane; (Methylene iodide) 41 181 100 1,100 6,700 mg/m3 10.95

L Diisoamylamine -47.2 188 0.036 0.4 2.4 ppm 6.43

L Diisobutyl ketone 166 8000 25 25 2,000 ppm 5.81

L Diisobutylaluminum hydride; (Diisobutylhydroaluminum) -112 140 @ 4 mm 5.4 49 290 ppm 5.81

L Diisobutylamine -94 139 7.27 25 0.15 1.6 9.7 ppm 5.28

3
L Diisopropyl methylphosphonate 121.05 0.28 25 0.58 6.4 160 mg/m 7.36

L Diisopropylamine 83-84 11000 5 5 1,000 ppm 4.14

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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units
Diisopropylaminoethanol, 2-; (N,N-Diisopropyl
ethanolamine)
1.5 17 99 mg/m3 5.94

L Diisopropylaniline, 2,6- -49 257 5.9 65 630 mg/m3 7.25

L Diisopropylbenzene, 1,3- -77.8 203.2 1 34.7 2.2 24 160 mg/m3 6.63

L Diisopropylethylamine, N,N- -58 126.5 0.33 3.7 22 ppm 5.28

L Diketene; (Ketene dimer) 20.3 126.1 7.5 19.3 25000 1 6 18 ppm 3.44

3 6.30
L Dimefox; (bis(Dimethylamido)fluorophosphate) 67 @ 4 mm 0.11 20 0.091 1 1 mg/m

L Dimethoxybenzene, 1,3- -61.6 217.5 3 32 190 mg/m3 5.65

L Dimethoxybutane, 1,3- 12900 4.7 52 310 ppm 4.83

L Dimethoxybutane, 2,2- 12940 4.4 48 290 ppm 4.83

L Dimethoxyethane, 1,2- -72.4 82-83 16000 0.54 5.9 76 ppm 3.68

L Dimethoxypropane, 2,2- -52.6 83 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 4.26

L Dimethyl butane, 2,2- -144.76 49.7 400 31 12000 510 510 3,100 ppm 3.52

L Dimethyl carbamoyl chloride -27.4 167 1.95 25 0.015 0.026 9.1 ppm 4.40

L Dimethyl carbonate 32.9 90.91 55.364 25 11 120 700 ppm 3.68

L Dimethyl cyclopentanol, 1,3- 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 4.67

L Dimethyl disulfide -120.406 109.74 75 45 11000 0.01 50 250 ppm 3.85

L Dimethyl mercury 93 75 29 0.034 0.046 11 mg/m3 9.43

3
L Dimethyl methylphosphonate; (DMMP) 66-68 @10mm 17 180 1,600 mg/m 5.07

3
L Dimethyl phosphite 56.5 @ 8mm 8.6 95 150 mg/m 4.50

L Dimethyl phosphorochloridothioate 68 @ 12 mm 4 40 0.29 3.2 15 mg/m3 6.56


Dimethyl siloxane; (Dimethylpolysiloxane; Syltherm XLT;
Lvisc
Syltherm 800; Silicone 360)
1.5 16 990 mg/m3

L Dimethyl sulfate -25.06 188 dec 0.677 25 0.024 0.12 1.6 ppm 5.16

L Dimethyl sulfide; (2-Thiopropane) -144.832 37.33 750 37 22000 0.5 1,000 5,000 ppm 2.54

L Dimethyl sulfoxide; (DMSO) 64.202 189 0.75 27.4 26000 250 250 900 ppm 3.19

3 8.60
L Dimethyl(1-phenylethyl)benzene 0.74 8.2 410 mg/m
Dimethyl(polysiloxane); (Polydimethylsiloxane, silanol 3
L 190 2,100 13,000 mg/m
terminated; Dimethylsiloxane, poly, hydroxy end-blocked)
L Dimethyl-1,3-dioxolane-4-methanol, 2,2- -15.52 75 70 20 3.9 43 260 ppm 5.40
Dimethyl-1,3-propanediamine, N,N-; (1-Amino-3-
L -94 123 10 30 0.44 4.9 89 ppm 4.18
dimethylaminopropane)
L Dimethyl-1-butanamine, N,N- -76 95 120 1,300 7,700 mg/m3 4.14

L Dimethyl-2-pentene, (E)-3,4- -191.56 91.5 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 4.01

3
L Dimethyl-3-nitrobenzene, 1,2- 59 240 30 330 2,000 mg/m 6.18

L Dimethyl-3-pentanone, 2,4- -92.2 125.4 0.18 2 100 ppm 4.67

L Dimethylacetamide, N,N- -4 165 1.3 25 17000 12 12 400 ppm 3.56

Dimethylacrylamide, N,N- 0.056 0.61 50 mg/m3 4.05

G Dimethylamine -133.924 6.88 750 6.6 28000 10 66 250 ppm 1.84

L Dimethylaminocyclohexane, N,N- -106.6 158-165 3.6 20 35000 1 11 66 mg/m3 5.20

L Dimethylaminoethanol, 2- -74.2 135 16000 0.67 7.4 72 ppm 3.64

3
L Dimethylammonium N,N-dimethylcarbamate 60-61 1.2 13 79 mg/m 5.48

L Dimethylaniline, N,N- 36.5 193.1 0.7 25 10 10 2,000 ppm 4.95

L Dimethylbutyric acid, 2,2- 6.8 94-96 6 66 400 mg/m3 4.75

L Dimethylchlorosilane; (Chlorodimethylsilane) -167.8 34.6 1.8 22 100 ppm 3.87

L Dimethylcyclohexane, cis-1,4- -125.32 124.4 0.52 5.8 35 ppm 4.59

Dimethyldecane, 2,2- 5950 50 259 1,600 ppm 6.96

L Dimethyldichlorosilane 3.2 70.3 144 25 34000 0.9 11 50 ppm 5.27

L Dimethyldicyclopentadiene -59.8 200 7.5 47.8 10000 2.2 24 140 mg/m3 6.55

L Dimethyldimethoxysilane 81.4 13 140 830 mg/m3 4.91

L Dimethylethyl hydroperoxide, 1,1-; (tert-Butylhydroperoxide) 17.6 89dec 3.07 20 0.068 0.74 22 ppm 3.68

L Dimethylformamide, N,N- -76.864 153 7.5 38 22000 2 91 530 ppm 2.99

L Dimethylheptane, 2,2- -171.4 132.7 8000 67 340 2,000 ppm 5.24

L Dimethylhexane, 3,3- -194.98 111.9 9000 75 390 2,300 ppm 4.67

L Dimethylhydrazine, 1,1- -70.96 63.9 75 10.5 20000 0.27 3 11 ppm 2.46

fumes Dimethylhydrazine, 1,2- 15.98 81 75 26.4 0.27 3 11 ppm 2.46

3
Dimethylisopropylamine, N,N- 10.8 120 710 mg/m 3.56

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State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
3

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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

L Dimethylnonane, 4,5- 6470 250 625 1,250 ppm 6.39

L Dimethyloctane, 3,5- 7000 200 500 1,000 ppm 5.82

L Dimethylphenol, 2,4-; (2,4-Xylenol) 78.8 210.8 0.102 25 4.5 49 460 mg/m3 4.99

L Dimethylphthalate 41.9 283.7 7.5x10-3 27 9000 15 1,600 9,300 mg/m3 7.94

3
S/L Dimethyl-p-phenylenediamine, N,N- 105.8 262 0.0001 25 0.012 0.13 0.13 mg/m 5.57

G/L Dimethylpropane, 2,2-; (Neopentane) 2.12 9.5 1290 25 14000 600 610 15,000 ppm 2.95

L Dimethylpyridine, 2,4-; (2,4-Lutidine) 21.02 145.7 5.65 25 0.14 1.5 9 ppm 4.38

L Di-n-amylamine 17.87 202.5 0.153 25 0.037 0.41 2.4 ppm 6.43

L Di-n-butylamine -79.42 159.6 2 11000 0.45 5 19 ppm 5.28

L or S Dinitrotoluene 250 0.6 1.1 200 mg/m3 7.44

3 17.44
L Dioctyl sebacate; (Bis(2-ethylhexyl) sebacate) -54.4 256 @ 5 mm 5.4 59 360 mg/m

L Dioxane, 1,4-; (1,4-Diethyleneoxide) 53.06 101.5 75 39.6 17000 17 320 760 ppm 3.60

3
L Dioxathion -4 60-68 @ 0.5 mm 0.31 3.4 39 mg/m 18.66

L Dioxolane, 1,3- -139 78 21000 20 69 300 ppm 3.03

L Diphenyl chlorophosphate; (Diphenylphosphoryl chloride) 314 @ 272 mmHg 0.67 7.3 44 mg/m3 10.98

L Diphenyl cresol phosphate -36.4 390 0.48 5.3 280 mg/m3 13.91

Diphenyl mercury 204 @ 10mmHg 0.18 0.18 50 mg/m3 14.50

S Diphenyl; (Biphenyl) 156.074 256.1 0.75 69 6000 0.87 9.6 300 ppm 6.30

3
S Diphenylchloroarsine; (Chlorodiphenylarsine) 111.2 330 dec 0.00049 20 0.39 0.39 1.2 mg/m 10.81

L Diphenyldichlorosilane -4 305 0.9 11 50 ppm 10.35

3
L-S Diphenylmethane 78.62 264.5 1 76 6.8 74 450 mg/m 6.88

L Dipropyl ketone; (4-Heptanone) -26.68 144 5.2 20 11000 140 140 140 ppm 4.67

3
L Dipropylamine -81.4 109.3 7.5 6 2.9 32 190 mg/m 4.14

L Dipropylene glycol methyl ether -112 188.3 0.4 26 11000 150 150 510 ppm 6.06

3
L Di-sec-octylphthalate -67 384 7.5x10-3 122 1000 10 31 5,900 mg/m 15.96

3
Disodium (2-ethylhexyl)phosphate 0.06 0.4 2 mg/m 6.34

3
Disodium butylphosphate 0.06 0.4 2 mg/m 8.17

3
L Di-tert-butyl dicarbonate 0.067 0.73 4.4 mg/m 8.92

L Dithiodiethanol, 2,2-; (Dithiodiglycol) 78.8 160 0.52 5.7 34 mg/m3 6.30

L Dithioerythritol, 1,4- 0.25 2.8 17 mg/m3 6.30

L Divinylbenzene, m-; (m-Vinylstyrene) -124.6 195-200 0.579 25 11000 28 28 170 ppm 5.32

L Divinylbenzene, mixed isomers; (Vinylstyrene) -124.6 195-200 0.579 25 7000 28 28 170 ppm 5.32

L Dodecane 14.72 216.3 0.135 25 6000 0.0028 0.031 7.9 ppm 6.96

L Dodecanethiol, 1-; (Dodecyl mercaptan; Lauryl mercaptan) 19.4 142-145 0.00853 20 0.1 0.5 3 ppm 8.27
Dodecenyl succine anhydride; (Tetrapropenylsuccinic
L
anhydride)
350 7.7 84 510 mg/m3 10.89

L Dodecenylsuccinic anhydride 180-182 @ 5mm 0.72 7.9 47 mg/m3 10.89

L Dodecyl methacrylate -20.2 142 @ 4mm 0.0012 20 6.9 76 460 ppm 10.40

Dodecylbenzene sulfonic acid; (Laurylbenzenesulfonic acid) 2 21 130 mg/m3 13.35

3
L/S Dodecylphenol, 4- (mixture of isomers) 150.8 175 1.5 16 420 mg/m 10.73

L Dodecyltrichlorosilane 288 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 12.42


Dv methyl ester; (Methyl 3-(2,2-dichlorovinyl)-2,2- 3
L 64-67 @ 0.2 torr 30 330 2,000 mg/m 9.12
dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylate)
Ecolite 16 170 1,000 mg/m3

L Epibatidine 5.30E-04 0.0059 0.022 mg/m3 8.53

L Epibromohydrin -40 135 0.98 11 65 mg/m3 5.60

L Epichlorohydrin -14.08 117.9 16.4 25 23000 5.7 24 72 ppm 3.78

L/S EPN; (O-Ethyl-O-(4-nitrophenyl) phenylthiophosphonate) 96.8 215 @ 5mm 0.126 mPa 25 0.45 5 50 mg/m3 13.21

L Epoxybutane, 1,2-; (1,2-Butylene oxide) -238 63.3 180 25 17000 72 140 330 ppm 2.95
Epoxyethyl)-7-oxabicyclo(4.1.0)heptane, 3-(; (Vinyl
L -67 227 < 0.1 20 0.11 0.11 35 ppm 5.73
cyclohexene dioxide)
G Ethane -277.6 -88.6 760 29000 3,000 33,000 2.00E+05 ppm 1.23

L Ethanedithiol, 1,2- -42.16 146 5.68 25 0.15 1.6 9.6 ppm 3.85

L Ethanethiol; (Ethyl mercaptan) -234.184 35 750 34.7 28000 1 120 360 ppm 2.54

3
L Ethanol, titanium(4+) salt 30 330 2,000 mg/m 9.49

L Ethanolamine 50.9 171 0.75 35 25000 6 6 1,000 ppm 2.50

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Physical Chemical Compound melting 760 mm Hg divide by Bold, green, and italicized = 10% PAC < 50% LEL ppm to
State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
3

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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

L Ethenylsilanetriol triacetate 44.6 112 @13mm 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 9.49

L Ethion 8.6 165 @ 0.3mm 1.2 13 38 mg/m3 15.71

L Ethoxyethanol, 2- -94 135 7.5 30 17000 15 23 6,000 ppm 3.68


Ethoxyethoxy)ethanol, 2-(2-; (Carbitol cellosolve; Diethylene
L 201.9 12000 75 79 200 ppm 5.48
glycol monoethyl ether)
L Ethoxyethylacetate, 2- -79.06 156.4 0.75 14 13000 15 420 2,500 ppm 5.40

3
Ethoxylated alcohols, C7-C21 30 330 2,000 mg/m
Ethoxylated nonylphenol; (Nonyl phenyl polyethylene glycol
ether)
107.6 0.37 4.1 260 mg/m3

Ethyl (or dimethyl) pyrrolidine 15 100 500 mg/m3 4.05

L Ethyl acetate -118.84 77.11 75 20.4 20000 400 400 10,000 ppm 3.60

L Ethyl acetoacetate -49 180.8 0.78 25 14000 12 130 790 mg/m3 5.32

L Ethyl acrylate -96.16 99.4 75 38.5 14000 8.3 36 240 ppm 4.09

L Ethyl alcohol; (Ethanol) -173.452 78.29 75 29.2 33000 1,800 3,300 15,000 ppm 1.88

L Ethyl alcohol-d; (Ethanol-d) 78.29 1,800 3,300 15,000 ppm 1.92

L Ethyl benzene -138.82 136.2 10 26 8000 33 1,100 1,800 ppm 4.34

L Ethyl benzoate -30.28 213.4 1 44 6.3 69 420 mg/m3 6.14

L Ethyl bromoacetate -4 158.8 2.6 25 6.80E-05 7.50E-04 0.0045 ppm 6.83

L Ethyl butyl ketone; (3-Heptanone) -34.06 149-152 14000 75 500 3,000 ppm 4.67

L or G Ethyl chloride; (Chloroethane) -217.12 12.3 750 12 36000 100 100 20,000 ppm 2.64

L Ethyl chloroacetate -16.6 144 10 37.5 0.11 1.2 7.1 ppm 5.01

L/S Ethyl chloroformate -113.08 94 22.4 25 1 1.6 4.8 ppm 4.44

Ethyl dimethylamido-cyanophosphate; (Tabun;


L -56.92 238 dec 0.07 25 4.20E-04 0.0053 0.039 ppm 6.63
GA)
L Ethyl ether -177.16 34.5 750 34.1 17000 500 500 19,000 ppm 3.03

L Ethyl formate -110.2 54.3 100 5.4 28000 100 100 8,000 ppm 3.03

3
L Ethyl hexanoic acid, 2-; (Butyl ethyl acetic acid) 228 7.5 108 8000 15 51 590 mg/m 5.89

L Ethyl isocyanate 60 200 25 0.0048 0.053 0.16 ppm 2.91

3
L/S Ethyl lactate; (Ethyl (S)-(-)-lactate) 77 154 3.75 25 15000 5.7 63 380 mg/m 4.83

L Ethyl methacrylate; (2-Methyl-2-propenoic acid, ethyl ester) -103 119 20.59 20 18000 2.8 31 370 ppm 4.67

L Ethyl nitrite -58 17 30000 0.11 1.2 7.1 ppm 3.07

Ethyl O-2-diisopropylaminoethylmethylphosphonite, O-; (QL) 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 9.62

L Ethyl propionate -98.68 99 40 27.2 18000 6.3 69 410 ppm 4.18


Ethyl S,S-dipropylphosphorodithioate, O-; (Mocap PC-84;
L
Ethoprophos)
8.6 86-91 @ 0.2 mm 3.80E-04 25 2.4 26 26 mg/m3 9.90
Ethyl sec-amyl ketone;
L -9.4 168 2 20 30 500 3,000 ppm 5.24
(5-Methyl-3-heptanone)
L Ethyl-1,3-hexanediol, 2-; (Ethyl hexylene glycol) -40 243.1 <0.01 20 2.5 27 230 ppm 5.98

L Ethyl-1-hexanol, 2- 168.8 184-185 0.2 20 8800 0.1 100 200 ppm 5.32

L Ethyl-2-methylheptane, 3- 163 7100 200 500 1,000 ppm 5.82

L Ethyl-2-methyloctane, 6- 200 500 1,000 ppm 6.39

L Ethyl-2-oxazoline, 2- -79.6 128.4 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 4.05

L Ethyl-5-methylheptane, 3- 7000 200 500 1,000 ppm 5.82

Ethylamine; (Monoethylamine; Ethylamine


L -113.08 16.6 400 20 35000 7.5 49 270 ppm 1.84
anhydrous)
Ethylbis(2-chloroethyl)amine; (Bis(2-
L -29.2 194 dec 0.25 25 0.002 0.022 0.37 mg/m3 6.95
chloroethyl)ethylamine; Nitrogen mustard-1)

L Ethylchlorothioformate 132 0.024 0.26 0.79 ppm 5.42

L Ethyldichloroarsine; (Dichloroethylarsine) -85 156 dfc 2.29 21.5 0.029 0.029 0.086 mg/m3 7.15

G Ethylene -272.47 -103.77 5.12E+4 25 27000 600 6,600 40,000 ppm 1.15

L Ethylene chlorohydrin; (2-Chloroethanol) -92.2 128.8 10 30.3 49000 1 4 12 ppm 3.29

L Ethylene dibromide; (Dibromoethane) 49.712 131.6 7.5 18 17 24 46 ppm 7.68

L Ethylene dichloride; (1,2-Dichloroethane) -32.26 83.5 75 23.7 62000 50 200 300 ppm 4.04

L Ethylene fluorohydrin; (2-Fluoroethanol) -15.61 103.5 21.25 25 0.0024 0.027 0.35 ppm 2.62

L Ethylene glycol 9.158 197.3 7.5x10-2 24 32000 10 40 60 ppm 2.54

L Ethylene glycol diacetate -23.8 190-191 0.0774 25 16000 0.41 4.5 1,400 mg/m3 5.97

3
L Ethylene glycol dimethacrylate -40 260 9.9 110 650 mg/m 8.10
Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate; (EGMEA; 2-
L -94 143 2 20 17000 0.3 670 4,000 ppm 4.83
Methoxyethyl acetate)
Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether; (2-Methoxyethanol;
L -123.7 124.5 6.2 20 18000 0.3 330 2,000 ppm 3.11
EGME; Methyl Cellosolve(R))

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Physical Chemical Compound melting 760 mm Hg divide by Bold, green, and italicized = 10% PAC < 50% LEL ppm to
State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
3

at Bold = ERPG % Bold, double underlined, red, italicized =PAC LEL


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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units
Ethylene glycol monopropyl ether; (Propyl cellosolve;
L 149.8 7.5 40 13000 20 20 400 ppm 4.26
Ektasolve EP)
L or G Ethylene oxide; (Oxirane) -170.5 10.6 750 10.2 30000 5 45 200 ppm 1.80

L Ethylenediamine, 1,2- 47.3 117.2 10.7 20 25000 9.7 9.7 20 ppm 2.46

L Ethylenedinitrilo)tetra-2-propanol, 1,1',1'',1'''-( 190 34 370 2,200 mg/m3 11.95

L Ethyleneimine -108.22 56 75 4.1 33000 0.1 4.6 9.9 ppm 1.76

L Ethylheptane, 4- 141.2 8000 2.3 25 150 ppm 5.24


Ethylhexyl acrylate, 2-;
L -130 214-218 1 50 8000 15 21 150 ppm 7.53
(Acrylic acid, 2-ethylhexyl ester)
L Ethylhexyl bromide, 2- 156.992 75-77 @ 16 mm 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 7.90

L Ethylhexylchloroformate, 2- 106 0.088 0.97 2.9 ppm 7.88

L Ethylhexyloxy)ethanol, 2-(2- 227.7 21 230 610 mg/m3 7.12

L Ethylidene chloride, 1,1-; (1,1-Dichloroethane) -142.42 57.3 75 1 54000 160 160 4,000 ppm 4.04
70.2-70.4 @ 58
L Ethylidene norbornene 9000 0.2 100 500 ppm 4.91
mm
L Ethylphosphorodichloridate 167 0.055 0.6 6 ppm 6.66

Ethyl-S-dimethylaminoethyl
L? 1.60E-05 2.70E-04 9.10E-04 ppm 10.93
methylphosphonothiolate; (VX nerve agent)
3
L Ethylthiocyanate -121.9 145 4 25 9.1 100 100 mg/m 3.56

L Ethyltoluene, o- 164.1 12 130 2,400 mg/m3 4.91

L Ethyltoluene, p- -80.32 162.2 12 130 2,400 mg/m3 4.91

L Farnesol 110 - 113 18 200 1,200 mg/m3 9.09


Fatty acids, tall-oil, polymers with glycerol, pentaerythritol
30 330 2,000 mg/m3
and phthalic anhydride
L Fensulfothion 440 0.00005 25 0.18 2 3.1 mg/m3 12.60

3
L Fenthion 44.6 87 @ 0.01 mm 4 mPa 20 0.15 27 27 mg/m 11.38

3
L Fluoboric acid; (Tetrafluoroboric acid) 130 dec 8.7 97 580 mg/m 3.59

G Fluorine -362.92 -188.12 750 -188.3 1.7 5 13 ppm 1.55

Fluoro-6-nitrophenol, 2- 2.5 15 75 mg/m3 6.42

L Fluoroacetyl chloride 73 80 25 0.91 10 10 mg/m3 3.94

3
L Fluoroaniline, p- 28.58 188 1 25 1.3 14 83 mg/m 4.54

3
L Fluorobenzene -40 85.2 5.5 61 1,200 mg/m 3.93

3
L Fluorosulfonic acid; (Fluorosulfuric acid) -128.2 163 2 10 30 mg/m 4.09

L Fluorotrimethylsilane 20950 1.7 18 110 ppm 3.76

3
L Fonofos 380 0.00021 25 0.12 1.3 53 mg/m 10.07

Forane 24 270 610 ppm 7.54

G Formaldehyde -133.6 -19.1 750 -19.3 70000 0.9 14 56 ppm 1.23


Formaldehyde cyanohydrin; (Hydroxyacetonitrile;
L -97.6 183 1.8 25 0.24 2.6 2.6 ppm 2.33
Glycolonitrile)
L Formamide 36.5 70.5 29.7 129.4 27000 13 13 600 ppm 1.84

L Formic acid 46.94 101 75 37 120000 3 25 250 ppm 1.88

L Formic acid, 2-propenyl ester; (Allyl formate) 83 0.65 7.2 43 mg/m3 3.52

L Formic acid, butyl ester; (n-Butyl formate) -130 106 40 31.6 17000 3.3 37 300 ppm 4.18

L Formothion 77.9 0.0000085 30 0.025 0.27 140 mg/m3 10.51

L Formylpiperidine, 1- -23.44 222.5 0.71 7.8 38 ppm 4.63

L Fosthietan 250 0.0000065 25 0.43 4.7 4.7 mg/m3 9.86

3
L Fuel oil, residual 0.85 9.3 56 mg/m

L unstabl Fulminic acid; (Carbyloxime) 0.27 2.9 18 ppm 1.76

L Furan -122.098 31.5 750 31 23000 0.62 6.8 19 ppm 2.78

L Furancarboxaldehyde, 2-; (Furfural) -36.58 161.7 0.75 16 21000 2 10 100 ppm 3.93

L Furfuryl alcohol 5.72 171 0.75 25 18000 15 15 250 ppm 4.01

S/L Gallium trichloride 172.4 201.3 2.9 32 32 mg/m3 7.20

L Gasoline -130.9 32-210 304-684 37.8 13000 200 1,000 4,000 ppm 2.94

G Germane; (Germanium tetrahydride) -265 -90 0.17 0.17 0.5 ppm 3.13

3
G Germanium tetrafluoride 5 -36.5 15 160 980 mg/m 6.07

L Gluteraldehyde 71-72 0.2 1 5 ppm 4.09

L Glycerine (mist); (Glycerol; Glycerin) 64.58 290 7.5x10-3 96 30000 30 310 2,500 mg/m3 3.76

L Glycidaldehyde -79.6 112.5 0.081 0.89 11 ppm 2.95

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L Glycidol; (Oxiranemethanol) -49 167 dec 0.9 25 2 2 500 ppm 3.03


Glycidoxypropyltrimethoxysilane; (3-(2,3-Epoxypropoxy)
L
propyltrimethoxysilane)
290 1.7 19 210 mg/m3 9.66

L Glycidyl acrylate; (2,3-Epoxypropyl acrylate) -42.7 57.2 @ 2mm 0.073 0.81 4.8 ppm 5.24

L Glycols, polyethylene, dimethyl ether 13 150 3,100 mg/m3


Glycols, polyethylene, mono(p-nonylphenyl) ether;
L (n<15)
(Nonoxynol-9)
9.9 110 300 mg/m3

L Glyoxal 59 51 @ 776mm 255 25 73300 0.3 24 40 mg/m3 2.37

S/L Grease; (Animal grease, inedible) 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

G Halon 1211; (Bromochlorodifluoromethane) -256.9 -4 >760 20 0.85 9.4 1,400 ppm 6.76

Hansa yellow 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 15.96

G Helium -457.96 -268.9 65,000 2.30E+05 4.00E+05 ppm 0.16

3 15.91
Heptachlor epoxide; (Epoxyheptachlor) 320 0.15 3 3 mg/m

L Heptadecane 4000 6.8 74 450 ppm 9.83

3
L Heptafluorobutyric acid -3.82 120.8 0.5 5.5 33 mg/m 8.75

L Heptane -132.898 98.52 40 22.3 10000 440 440 5,000 ppm 4.10

L Heptanoic acid 18.5 222.2 0.0056 25 3.9 43 260 ppm 5.32

L Heptanol, 1-; (Heptyl alcohol) -30.28 175.8 0.2163 25 0.63 6.9 230 mg/m3 4.75

L Heptene, 1- 14 93.6 59.3 25 24 270 1,600 ppm 4.01

3
L Hexachloroacetone 28.4 202.2 0.376 20 0.079 0.86 29 mg/m 10.82

L Hexachlorobutadiene -5.8 215 7.5x10-2 22 1 3 10 ppm 10.66

L Hexachlorocylopentadiene 15.8 239 0.06 25 0.01 0.018 0.071 ppm 11.15

L Hexachloropropene -99.22 209-210 0.244 25 0.089 0.98 5.9 ppm 10.17

L Hexadecane 64.652 286.5 1 105.3 13 140 4,400 mg/m3 9.26

L Hexadecene, 1- 39.38 284.4 0.34 3.8 23 ppm 9.17

L Hexafluoro-2-propanol, 1,1,1,3,3,3- 28.4 59 1.3 15 87 ppm 6.87

G Hexafluoroacetone -193.81 -27.4 750 -27.6 0.1 0.2 80 ppm 6.79

L Hexafluorobenzene 37.4 81-82 13 140 480 ppm 7.60

G Hexafluorobutyne-2; (1,1,1,4,4,4-Hexafluoro-2-butyne) -179.32 -24.6 0.054 0.6 3.6 ppm 6.62

G Hexafluoroethane; (Freon 116; Perfluoroethane) -78.2 730 6,100 6,100 ppm 5.64

G Hexafluoropropylene; (Hexafluoropropene) -249.7 -29.6 750 -30.6 40 91 480 ppm 6.13

L Hexamethyldisilazane 125 0.2 2.2 170 mg/m3 6.60

L Hexamethyldisiloxane -74.2 101 5000 2.3 26 150 ppm 6.64

L Hexamethylene diisocyanate; (1,6-Diisocyanatohexane) -88.6 122 @ 10mmHg 0.5 25 0.005 0.02 0.8 ppm 6.87

3
L Hexamethyleneimine -34.6 138 8.09 25 16000 5.7 63 380 mg/m 4.05

Hexamethylenetetraamine hydrochloride 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

L Hexamethylphosphoramide 44.96 232.5 0.03 25 0.12 1.3 15 ppm 7.32

L Hexamethyltetracosane, 2,6,10,15,19,23-; (Squalane) -36.4 350 3.3 37 220 ppm 17.29

L Hexanal -69.34 131 11.3 25 2.2 24 77 ppm 4.09

L Hexane -14.8 68.73 75 9.8 10000 300 3,300 8,600 ppm 3.52

3
L Hexanediol diacrylate, 1,6- 0.017 25 3 170 990 mg/m 9.25

L Hexanenitrile 163.6 0.19 2.1 13 ppm 3.97

L Hexanethiol, 1-; (N-Hexylmercaptan) -113.008 151.11 0.045 0.5 48 ppm 4.83

L Hexanoic acid 29.3 205 0.18 20 13000 2.2 24 140 mg/m3 4.75

L Hexanol, 2-; (2-Hydroxyhexane) 139 0.35 3.8 23 mg/m3 4.18

L Hexanol, n-; (n-Hexyl alcohol) -52.06 157.2 1 24.4 12000 0.52 5.7 34 ppm 4.18

L Hexanone, 2-; (Methyl n-butyl ketone) -70.42 127.2 10 38.8 12000 10 51 5,000 ppm 4.09

L Hexanone, 3-; (Ethyl propyl ketone) 124 10000 2.3 26 150 ppm 4.09

L Hexanoyl chloride -124.6 123 1.2 13 79 mg/m3 5.50

L Hexene, 1- -219.82 64.5 310 38 12000 50 500 5,000 ppm 3.44

L Hexylene glycol -58 197.1 0.05 20 10000 10 25 150 ppm 4.83

L Hexyltrichlorosilane 190 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 8.98

L Hydrazine 34.772 113.55 14.4 25 29000 0.1 13 35 ppm 1.31


Hydrazine hydrate; (Hydrazine monohydrate; aqueous 3
L -61.06 119 0.156 20 55 mg/m 2.05
solutions - 10217-52-4)
3
S/L Hydrazine sulfate 489.2 0.5 5.5 120 mg/m 5.32

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State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
3

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G Hydriodic acid; (Hydrogen iodide) -59.44 -35.38 5940 25 1 25 120 ppm 5.23

G Hydrobromic acid; (Hydrogen bromide) -124.6 -66.5 760 -66.5 1 25 120 ppm 3.31

G Hydrogen -434.524 -252.8 1240000 25 40000 65,000 2.30E+05 4.00E+05 ppm 0.08

G Hydrogen chloride; (Hydrochloric acid) -173.506 -85 750 -85.2 1.8 22 100 ppm 1.49

L or G Hydrogen cyanide; (Hydrocyanic acid) 8.078 26 750 25.4 56000 2 7.1 15 ppm 1.10

G Hydrogen fluoride; (Hydrofluoric acid) -118.048 20 750 19.2 1 24 44 ppm 0.82

L Hydrogen peroxide 31.226 150.2 0.75 13 10 50 100 ppm 1.39

L Hydrogen peroxide - 30% 12.2 150.2 33 170 330 ppm 1.39

G Hydrogen selenide -83.2 -41.4 7600 23.4 0.05 0.33 1.1 ppm 3.31

G Hydrogen sulfide -121.9 -59.55 750 -60.5 40000 0.51 27 50 ppm 1.39

L Hydrogenated terphenyl 340 1.5 47 280 ppm 12.18

L Hydrotreated (mild & severe) heavy paraffinic distillates 45 500 3,000 mg/m3

L Hydrotreated middle distillate (Petroleum base oil) >205 0.23 2.5 15 mg/m3

L Hydroxy-4-methyl-2-pentanone, 4-; (Diacetone alcohol) -52.6 164 1.1 20 18000 50 50 2,100 ppm 4.75
Hydroxyethyl acrylate, 2-; (Acrylic acid, 2-hydroxyethyl
L 220 0.0523 25 18000 0.019 0.21 19 ppm 4.75
ester)
L Hydroxyethyl methacrylate, 2- 10.4 67 0.126 25 0.71 7.8 1,000 mg/m3 5.32

L Hydroxylamine 93.2 110 10 47.2 0.35 3.9 23 mg/m3 1.35

3
L Hydroxylamine nitrate 15 40 150 mg/m 3.93
Hydroxy-N-phenylbenzamide, N-; (Phenylbenzohydroxamic 3
244.4 30 330 2,000 mg/m 8.72
acid, N-)
Hypophosphorous acid-d3; (Hydrophosphorus acid-d3
solution, 50 wt.% in D2O)
30 330 2,000 mg/m3 2.82

L Indan -60.52 176.5 31 340 2,000 mg/m3 4.83

L Indene 29.3 182 0.75 12 10000 5 5 130 ppm 4.75

V Indium oxide (vapor) 0.32 0.88 5.3 mg/m3 10.04

Indole-3-carboxaldehyde, 1H-; (3-Formylindole) 0.68 7.5 45 ppm 5.93

S Iodine 236.66 184.4 0.75 35.9 0.1 0.5 5 ppm 10.37

L Iodobenzene -20.2 188 0.2501 150 720 mg/m3 8.34

L Iodoethane; (Ethyl iodide) -162.4 72.4 100 18 0.03 24 140 ppm 6.37

L Iodoheptafluoropropane, 1-; (Heptafluoropropyl iodide) 41 0.03 190 1,200 ppm 12.10

L Iodopentane, 1- 186.08 157 0.2429 63 380 mg/m3 8.09

L Iron pentacarbonyl -13 103 40 30.3 37000 0.06 0.06 0.18 ppm 8.01

3
Iron(II) perchlorate hexahydrate 19 210 1,200 mg/m 14.44

L Isoamyl acetate; (Isopentyl acetate) -109.3 142.5 5.6 25 10000 100 500 3,000 ppm 5.32

L Isoamyl alcohol (primary); (3-Methyl-1-butanol) -178.96 131.1 0.75 13 12000 125 125 10,000 ppm 3.60

L Isoamyl alcohol (secondary); (3-Pentanol) -92.2 116.25 7.5 24 12000 125 1,700 10,000 ppm 3.60

L Isoamyl nitrite; (Isopentyl nitrite) 99.2 16300 0.48 5.3 32 ppm 4.79

L Isobutyl acetate -145.84 116.5 7.5 10 13000 450 1,300 7,500 ppm 4.75

L Isobutyl alcohol -151.42 107.89 7.5 20.9 12000 150 1,300 8,000 ppm 3.03

L Isobutyl chloride; (1-Chloro-2-methylpropane) -202.54 68.8 20000 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 3.78

L Isobutyl chloroformate 128.7 0.2 2.2 6.7 ppm 5.58

L Isobutyl isobutyrate -113.8 147.5 10 39.9 9600 23 250 1,500 mg/m3 5.90

L Isobutylamine -121.9 68.6 138 25 34000 2 10 15 ppm 2.99

L Isobutyraldehyde -85 64 173 25 16000 65 65 470 ppm 2.95

L Isobutyric acid -52.6 118-119 1 14.7 20000 0.23 2.6 15 ppm 3.60

L Isobutyric anhydride; (2-Methylpropionic anhydride) -64.3 181.5 @ 734mm 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 6.47

L Isobutyronitrile -96.7 103.9 32.7 25 10 18 68 ppm 2.82

3
L/S Isocyanate-bearing waste (as CNs N.O.S.) 8.3 8.3 50 mg/m 1.06

L Isocyanatoethyl methacrylate, 2- 0.0091 0.1 1 ppm 6.34

G unstabl Isocyanic acid 996 25 0.042 0.46 2.8 ppm 1.76

L Isonate 181 MDI prepolymer 200 0.75 6 75 mg/m3

L Isooctane; (2,2,4-Trimethylpentane) -161.5 99.2 40.6 21 10000 300 300 5,000 ppm 4.67

L Isophorone 17.42 215.2 0.75 33.1 8000 4 5 800 ppm 5.65

L Isoprene -232.06 34 400 550 10000 5 1,000 4,000 ppm 2.78

L Isopropyl acetate -99.4 88.4 40 17 17000 200 200 16,000 ppm 4.18

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L Isopropyl alcohol -126.22 82.3 75 33.6 20000 400 400 12,000 ppm 2.46

L Isopropyl chloride; (2-Chloropropane) -178.6 34.8 515.3 25 28000 150 520 1,600 ppm 3.21

Isopropyl chloroformate; (Isopropyl


L -112 105 72 21 0.3 3.3 10 ppm 5.01
chlorocarbonate)
L Isopropyl ether; (Diisopropyl ether) -76 68.5 150 25 10000 310 310 10,000 ppm 4.18

Isopropyl methanefluoro-phosphonate; (Sarin;


L -70.6 147 2.86 25 4.80E-04 0.006 0.022 ppm 5.73
GB)
L Isopropyl nitrate 102 15 50 300 ppm 4.30

L Isopropyl titanate(IV); (Titanium(IV) isopropoxide) #VALUE! 220 22 250 1,500 mg/m3 2.95

L Isopropylamine; (2-Propanamine) -150.16 33-34 579.6 25 20000 10 670 4,000 ppm 2.42
Isopropylmagnesium chloride; (Chloro(1- 3
L 0.75 8.3 50 mg/m 4.20
methylethyl)magnesium)
3
L Isopropylmethylpyrazolyl dimethylcarbamate; (Isolan) 295 0.001 25 0.51 5.6 5.6 mg/m 8.64

3
L Isopropyltoluene, 4-; (p-Cymene) -92.02 177.1 1.5 25 7000 60 660 730 mg/m 5.49

L Jet fuels, (JP-5 and JP-8) 290 1,100 1,100 mg/m3

L Kerosene; (Fuel Oil No 1) -50.8 175-325 0.48 20 6000 290 1,100 1,100 mg/m3 6.95

Ketene;
G -239.8 -49.8 750 -50 0.19 0.66 2 ppm 1.72
(Carbomethene, Ethenone)
G Krypton -250.78 -152.9 65,000 2.30E+05 4.00E+05 ppm 3.43

L Lactic acid 62.24 122 @ 15mm 0.47 5.2 700 mg/m3 3.68

L Lactonitrile -40 221 0.119 25 1.6 18 18 mg/m3 2.91

3
Lanthanum alizarin 30 330 2,000 mg/m
Laromin C 260; (bis(4-Amino-3-methylcyclohexyl) methane;
L 93-100 0.28 3.1 19 mg/m3 9.75
Dimethyldicyane)
L Lead fluoborate 0.28 220 1,300 mg/m3 15.56

Leco set 7007 powder 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

L Lewisite 2; (Bis(2-chlorovinyl)chloroarsine) 0.12 0.12 0.74 mg/m3 9.54

L Lewisite 3; (Tris(2-chlorovinyl)arsine) 0.12 0.12 0.74 mg/m3 10.60

L Lignosulfonate (aqueous) 15 170 1,000 mg/m3

L Limonene, d- -101.83 175.5-176 20 68.2 7000 20 20 160 ppm 5.57

3
L Linseed oil -11.2 >316 22 250 1,500 mg/m

G Liquified petroleum gas; (L.P.G.) 19000 3,000 3,200 19,000 ppm 1.79

3
L Lithium perchlorate, anhydrous 4.00E-04 0.0044 0.026 mg/m 4.35
S reacts 3
Lithium tetrahydroaluminate(1-); (Lithium aluminum hydride) 257 2.8 2.8 9.2 mg/m 1.55
H2O
3
Lithium triethylborodeuteride; (Super-deuteride) 30 330 2,000 mg/m 4.37

3
L Lubricating oil, rerefined 30 330 2,000 mg/m
3
L Magnesium acetate tetrahydrate 26 280 1,700 mg/m 10.23

S Magnesium aluminum phosphide 0.12 0.67 1.2 ppm 7.88

S Magnesium phosphide 0.091 1 1.8 ppm 5.51

L Malathion 34.52 156 @ 0.7mmHg 1.78x10-4 25 15 120 390 mg/m3 13.50

S Maleic anhydride 126.608 202 7.5 73.7 14000 0.2 2 20 ppm 4.01

L/S Manganese tricarbonyl methylcyclopentadienyl 34.7 233 7.3 100 0.6 0.6 3.4 mg/m3 8.91

3
L Manganese(VII) oxide 42.62 6.1 10 60 mg/m 9.07

L Mercaptoacetic acid; (Thioglycolic acid) 2.3 108 @ 15mm 0.0868 25 59000 1 1 2.5 ppm 3.77

L Mercaptoethanol, 2- 157-158 1 20 23000 0.6 1.3 29 ppm 3.19

3
l Mercaptopropionic acid, 3- 62.24 114-115.5 16000 0.02 0.22 19 mg/m 4.34

3
L Mercury vapor -38.02 356.7 2.0x10-3 25 0.15 1.7 8.9 mg/m 8.20

L Mesitylene; (1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene) -48.496 164.74 0.75 9 10000 140 360 360 ppm 4.91
Methacrolein diacetate; (Acetic acid, 2-methyl-2-propene-1,1-
L
diol diester)
191 0.35 25 4 44 44 mg/m3 7.04

L Methacrylaldehyde -113.8 68-70 120 20 0.2 2.8 4.7 ppm 2.87

L Methacrylic acid 60.8 163 1 25.5 16000 6.7 61 220 ppm 3.52
Methacrylic acid, diester with triethylene glycol; (Polyester
L
TGM3)
33 360 2,100 mg/m3 11.70

L Methacrylic anhydride 240 0.01 25 0.41 4.5 16 mg/m3 6.30

L Methacrylonitrile; (Methylacrylonitrile) -32.8 90.3 40 12.8 20000 1 13 25 ppm 2.74

L Methacryloyl chloride -76 96 40 25 0.013 0.14 0.62 ppm 4.27

G Methane -296.446 -161.48 750 -161.7 50000 2,900 2,900 17,000 ppm 0.66

G Methane-d3 -297.4 -163 3,000 3,000 18,000 ppm 0.78

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S/L Methanesulfonic acid 68 167 @ 10mm 2.2 24 140 mg/m3 3.92

L Methanesulfonic acid, ethyl ester; (Ethyl methanesulfonate) 213 0.328 25 0.2 2.2 140 mg/m3 5.07

L Methanesulfonyl chloride -25.6 62 @ 18 mm 18 62 0.19 2.1 6.2 ppm 4.68

L Methanesulfonyl fluoride 124 10 25 0.32 3.5 3.5 ppm 4.01

3
L Methoxybenzaldehyde; (p-Anisaldehyde) 32 249.5 1 73 7.5 83 300 mg/m 5.56

L/S Methoxybenzyl alcohol, 4- 77 259.1 0.81 9 260 mg/m3 5.65


Methoxyethoxy)ethanol, 2-(2-; (Diethylene glycol
L -94 194.2 0.2 20 15000 0.25 2.8 9.9 ppm 4.91
monomethyl ether)
L Methoxyethylamine, 2- 95 30000 0.43 4.7 28 ppm 3.07

L Methoxypropylamine, 3-; (3-MPA) -104.26 116 20 30 15 15 15 ppm 3.64

Methoxytrimethylsilane 0.5 2 5 ppm 4.26

L Methyl 2-cyanoacrylate; (Permabond 910 adhesive) -8.5 200.5 0.2 25 4 4 5.1 ppm 4.54

L Methyl 2-pyrrolidinone, 1-; (N-Methylpyrrolidone) 1.4 202 13000 10 10 10 ppm 4.05

L Methyl acetate -145.66 57.8 100 9.4 31000 250 250 10,000 ppm 3.03

G Methyl acetylene -155.2 -23.3 3876 20 17000 1,000 1,000 15,000 ppm 1.64

G Methyl acetylene-propadiene mixture; (MAPP) -36.4 30000 1,250 2,500 15,000 ppm 3.28

L Methyl acrylate -105.7 85 100 28 28000 6 170 1,000 ppm 3.52

L Methyl alcohol; (Methanol) -143.554 64.6 75 15.2 55000 530 2,100 7,200 ppm 1.31

L Methyl alcohol-d 51.8 65.5 55000 530 2,100 7,200 ppm 1.35

L Methyl alcohol-d4 51.8 65.4 55000 530 2,100 7,200 ppm 1.47

L Methyl benzoate; (Benzoic acid, methyl ester) 9.5 199.6 1 39 0.39 4.3 42 ppm 5.57

G Methyl bromide; (Bromomethane) -136.624 3.5 750 3.3 11000 19 210 740 ppm 3.88

L Methyl butylacrylate, 2-; (Butyl methacrylate) -103 163 2.12 25 20000 0.93 10 1,300 mg/m3 5.81

G Methyl chloride -143.86 -24.09 750 -24.4 81000 100 910 3,000 ppm 2.06

Methyl chloroformate; (Methyl


L 71.4 67000 0.2 2.2 6.7 ppm 3.86
chlorocarbonate)
G Methyl chlorosilane; (Chloromethylsilane) -211 -45 20000 1.8 22 100 ppm 3.29

Methyl cyclohexylfluorophosphonate; (GF) 0.0002 0.0024 0.018 ppm 7.36


Methyl demeton methyl; (Phosphorothioic acid, O,O- 3
L 230 1.8 20 20 mg/m 8.84
dimethyl-S-(2-methylthio)ethyl ester)

L Methyl dichlorosilane; (Dichloromethylsilane) -135.4 41 429 25 0.9 11 50 ppm 4.70

3 4.09
L Methyl difluorophosphite; (Methylphosphonic difluoride) 98 0.34 3.7 22 mg/m

G Methyl ether; (Dimethyl ether) -217.3 -23.7 4450 25 20000 1,000 1,000 7,200 ppm 1.88

L Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide 19 0.18 2 8.8 ppm 7.20

G Methyl fluoride; (Fluoromethane) -225.94 -78.4 750 -78.6 73330 13 150 900 mg/m3 1.39

L Methyl fluoroacetate 104.5 0.013 0.14 1.4 mg/m3 3.76

L Methyl fluorosulfate 92 0.0021 0.023 0.14 ppm 4.66

L Methyl formate; (Formic acid, methyl ester) -147.64 31.5 400 16 45000 150 830 5,000 ppm 2.45

L Methyl iodide -87.52 42.43 750 42.1 100000 25 50 125 ppm 5.80

L Methyl isobutyl ketone; (Hexone) -119.2 116.5 7.5 9 12000 75 75 3,000 ppm 4.09

L Methyl isocyanate -49 38.3 750 38.8 53000 0.025 0.067 0.2 ppm 2.33

L Methyl isopropyl ketone; (3-Methyl-2-butanone) 93-94 15000 37 37 220 ppm 3.52

Methyl isothiocyanate; 3
S/L 96.8 119 19 20 0.8 23 70 mg/m 2.99
(Isothiocyanatomethane)
3
L Methyl lithium 0.64 7.1 42 mg/m 0.90

G Methyl mercaptan -189.4 5.9 750 5.7 39000 0.005 47 68 ppm 1.97

L Methyl methacrylate -52.6 100.5 75 39.7 17000 17 120 570 ppm 4.09

L Methyl n-amyl ketone -31 151.05 7.5 36 10000 50 50 4,000 ppm 4.67

L Methyl nitrate; (Nitric acid, methyl ester) -117.4 65 expl 0.85 9.4 56 ppm 3.15

Methyl nonafluorobutyl ether (40%) and Methyl


G nonafluoroisobutyl ether (60%) (ppm) (HFE- 2500 8,200 15,000 ppm 10.22
7100)
S Methyl parathion 100.4 35-36 0.2 mPa 20 0.11 1.2 3.5 mg/m3 10.76

3 14.27
L Methyl phencapton 400 0.0000035 25 1 11 44 mg/m

3 6.09
L Methyl phosphonothioic dichloride -14.08 177-178 1 11 67 mg/m

L Methyl pyridine, 3-; (3-Picoline) 143-144 13000 5 45 270 ppm 3.81

L Methyl salicylate 16.52 223.3 0.0343 25 0.0059 0.065 18 ppm 6.22

L Methyl sulfoxide-d6; (Dimethyl-d6-sulfoxide) 64.4 55 @ 5 mmHg 250 250 900 ppm 3.44

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L Methyl tert-butyl ether; (MTBE) -163.48 55 75 -2 16000 50 570 5,300 ppm 3.60

L Methyl thiocyanate -59.8 130-133 2.6 28 28 ppm 2.99

L Methyl vinyl carbinol; (3-Buten-2-ol) -112 97 0.016 0.18 1.1 ppm 2.95

L Methyl vinyl ketone; (3-Buten-2-one) 81.4 21000 0.17 1.2 2.4 ppm 2.87

L Methyl-1-butene, 2- -215.5 31.04 610 20 14000 65,000 2.30E+05 4.00E+05 ppm 2.87

3 5.44
Methyl-1H-benzotriazole 2 22 130 mg/m
Methyl-1-propanethiol, 1-; (sec-Butyl mercaptan; 2-
L -265 84-85 80.71 25 0.33 3.7 22 ppm 3.69
Butanethiol)
L Methyl-1-propen-1-one, 2-; (Dimethylketene) -143.5 34 0.011 0.12 0.69 ppm 2.86

L Methyl-2-butene, 2- -208.696 38.56 468 25 16000 0.33 3.7 22 ppm 2.87

L Methyl-2-chloroacrylate 140 12 25 0.091 1 3.6 ppm 4.93

3 5.24
L Methyl-2-heptanone, 6- 167 30 330 2,000 mg/m

L Methyl-2-hexanone, 5-; (Methyl isoamyl ketone) -101.02 144 10000 50 50 150 ppm 4.67

L Methyl-3-penten-2-one, 4-; (Mesityl oxide) -74.2 130 10 26 14000 25 25 5,000 ppm 4.01

L Methyl-4-penten-2-one, 4- -98.68 124.2 14000 25 25 1,400 ppm 4.01

L Methyl-5-vinylpyridine, 2- 181 1.7 25 0.17 1.9 6.6 mg/m3 4.87

L Methylal; (Dimethoxymethane) -157.18 42 750 41.7 22000 1,000 1,000 15,000 ppm 3.11

L Methylamino)ethanol, 2-( 23.9 156 0.7 20 2.3 25 150 ppm 3.07

L Methylaniline, N- -70.6 194-197 0.5 0.5 100 ppm 4.38

L Methylaziridine, 1- 27.5 2 2 100 ppm 2.33

L Methylbutylamine, N- -103 91 1.2 13 77 ppm 3.56

Methylchlorodisilane; (Chloromethyldisilane) 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 4.53

L Methylcyclohexane -195.52 100.3 40 22 11000 400 400 10,000 ppm 4.01

L Methylcyclohexanone 6.8 160-170 1.6 17 100 ppm 4.59

L Methylcyclohexanone, 2-; (o-Methylcyclohexanone) 6.8 165.1 12000 75 420 2,500 ppm 4.59

L Methylcyclopentane -224.5 71.8 100 17.9 10000 0.77 8.5 850 ppm 3.44

L Methyldecane, 4- -107.5 187 4.8 53 320 ppm 6.39

3
L Methyldichloroarsine; (Dichloromethylarsine) -74.2 90 @ 200 mm 10 24.3 0.053 0.053 0.16 mg/m 6.57

S Methylene bis(2-chloroaniline), 4,4'-; (MBOCA) 230 2.86x10-7 25 0.03 1.5 21 ppm 10.92

L Methylene bis(4-isocyanatocyclohexane), 1,1'- 0.005 0.01 0.13 ppm 10.72

L Methylene chloride; (Dichloromethane) -142.96 40 750 39.3 120000 200 560 6,900 ppm 3.47
Methylene diphenyl diisocyanate; (Diphenylmethane
S 98.6 196 @ 5mmHg 5.0x10-6 25 0.45 5 55 mg/m3 10.23
diisocyanate; MDI)
L Methylene fluoride; (Difluoromethane; HFC-32) 1,300 1,300 39,000 ppm 2.13
Methylenebis(isocyanato-benzene), 1,1'-; (Diphenyl methane
40 40 240 mg/m3 10.23
diisocyanate)
L Methylformamide, N- 22.28 180-185 0.253 25 18000 0.93 10 220 ppm 2.41

L Methylfuran, 2- -127.66 63.7 139 20 0.37 4.1 22 ppm 3.36

L Methylheptane, 2- -164.2 118 9800 300 385 5,000 ppm 4.67

L Methylheptane, 4- -185.8 117.7 10000 300 385 5,000 ppm 4.67


Methylhydrosiloxane (3-4%) + dimethylsiloxane (96-97%)
copolymer
30 330 2,000 mg/m3
3
L Methylimidazole, 1- 21.2 196 2.3 25 150 mg/m 3.36

3 5.40
L Methyllactic acid ethyl ester, 2-; (Ethyl 2-hydroxyisobutyrate) 9.2 100 610 mg/m
Methyllactonitrile, 2-;
L -2.2 95 7.5x10-1 20 22000 2 7.1 15 ppm 3.48
(Acetone cyanohydrin)
L Methylmagnesium bromide, 3.0 m in diethyl ether 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 4.87

L Methylmorpholine, 4- -83.92 115 22000 1.2 13 77 ppm 4.13

3 5.81
L Methylnaphthalene, 1- -7.6 241 0.067 25 20 20 360 mg/m

Methylnitrosopiperidine, 3-; (Piperidine, 3-methyl-1-nitroso-) 0.01 0.11 0.67 ppm 5.23

L Methylnonane, 4- -146.2 165.7 0.37 4 24 ppm 5.82

L Methylpentane, 2-; (Isohexane) -245.2 60.3 10000 510 510 3,100 ppm 3.52

L Methylpentane, 3- -180.4 63.3 190 25 12000 510 510 3,100 ppm 3.52

L Methylpentanol-1, 2-; (Amyl methyl alcohol) 130 11000 0.016 0.18 67 ppm 4.18

S Methylphenol, 2-; (o-Cresol) 86 191 1 38.2 14000 4.5 25 250 ppm 4.42

L Methylphenol, 3-; (m-Cresol) 51.62 202.8 1 52 10600 4.52 25 250 ppm 4.42
Methylphosphonothioic acid, O-(4-nitrophenyl) O-phenyl
L
ester
400 0.00001 25 0.73 8 8 mg/m3 12.64
Methylphosphonothioic acid-, O-ethyl O-(4-
L 298 0.0001 25 0.91 10 10 mg/m3 10.72
(methylthio)phenyl) ester

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State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units
Methylphosphonothioic acid, S-(2-(dimethylamino)ethyl) O-
L 7.40E-05 8.10E-04 0.0049 ppm 8.64
ethyl ester
G Methylpropane, 2-; (Isobutane) -254.92 -11.73 750 -12 16000 800 800 4,000 ppm 2.38

L or G Methylpropene, 2-; (Isobutene) -220.54 -6.9 18000 750 1,800 11,000 ppm 2.29
Methylpropylnitrosoamine; (N-Methyl-N-nitroso-1-
L 91 @ 40 mm 0.0018 0.019 1 ppm 4.18
propanamine)
L Methylpyridine, 2-; (2-Picoline) -94 129 11.2 25 14000 5 5 83 ppm 3.81

3
L Methylpyrrole, N- -69.376 112.81 15 20.2 10000 60 660 4,000 mg/m 3.32

L Methylpyrrolidine; (Methylpyrrolidine, 1-) -130 80.5 0.58 6.4 39 mg/m3 3.48

L Methylstyrene, alpha- -11.2 167-170 9000 100 100 5,000 ppm 4.83

L Methyltetrahydrofuran, 2- 80 4 44 260 ppm 3.52

Methyltriacetoxysilane 104.9 111 @ 17mmHg 6.2 68 410 mg/m3 9.00

L Methyltrichlorosilane; (Trichloromethyl silane) -130 65.6 75 7 76000 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 6.11

L Methyltriethoxysilane 144.5 3 33 200 ppm 7.29

3
? Methyl-trifluoromethanesulfonate 100-102 22 230 1,400 mg/m 6.71

3 5.57
L Methyltrimethoxysilane 103.5 38 410 2,500 mg/m

3 16.52
Methyltrioctylammonium chloride 0.67 7.4 44 mg/m
Methylvinyldichlorosilane;
L 92 0.9 11 50 ppm 5.77
(Dichloromethylvinylsilane)
Methylvinylsiloxane-dimethylsiloxane copolymer, vinyl 3
30 330 2,000 mg/m
terminated
Mineral oil, heavy or light; (Paraffin oil; Deobase,
L
deodorized)
174-274 15 190 8,900 mg/m3
3
L Mineral oil, petroleum distillates, heavy naphthenic 5 5 23 mg/m
Mineral oil, petroleum distillates, solvent refined light
L
naphthenic
15 340 2,000 mg/m3
Mineral oil, petroleum distillates, solvent-refined (mild) 3
L 383 15 170 990 mg/m
heavy paraffinic
3
L Mineral oil, white 15 82 490 mg/m

L Mineral oil; (Oil mist, mineral) 10 10 2,400 mg/m3


3
V Molybdic acid 2.5 28 170 mg/m 6.62

L Monobutyl phosphite 2.7 30 180 mg/m3 5.65

L Monochloroamine; (Chloramide) -86.8 0.0095 0.1 0.63 ppm 2.10

G Monochloropentafluoroethane; (CFC-115) -158.8 -37.7 3,000 5,700 34,000 ppm 6.31

S Monocrotophos #VALUE! 125 0.000007 25 0.057 0.63 2.8 mg/m3 9.12

G Monomethylamine; (Methylamine) -136.3 -6.32 750 -6.6 43000 15 64 350 ppm 1.27

L Monomethylhydrazine; (Methyl hydrazine) -62.248 87.5 75 32.9 25000 0.2 0.9 2.7 ppm 1.88

L Morpholine 23.18 128.9 10 23 14000 30 30 8,000 ppm 3.56

Mustard gas sulfoxide; (bis(2-Chloroethyl)sulfoxide) 0.085 0.93 5.6 mg/m3 7.16

Myristic acid, butyl ester; (Tetradecanoic acid, butyl ester) 4230 2.1 23 140 ppm 11.63
Myristic acid, isopropyl ester; (Tetradecanoic acid, isopropyl;
L
Isopropyl myristate)
#VALUE! 192.6 @ 20 mm 0.0000935 25 81 900 5,400 mg/m3 11.05

L Nadic methyl anhydride 64.4 143 @ 10 mm 0.44 4.8 29 mg/m3 7.28

3
L Naphtha (petroleum), heavy catalytic cracked 149-216 2.7 29 220 mg/m

G Naphtha (petroleum), light straight-run -20 to 180 10000 300 1,700 10,000 ppm 4.09

L Naphtha, heavy aliphatic solvent 190-290 2.6 29 220 mg/m3

L Naphtha, hydrotreated heavy; (Isopar L-rev 2) -95.8 65 --> 230 0.49 68 6000 171 171 570 ppm 7.00

L Naphthenic acid, lead salt #VALUE! 15 170 1,000 mg/m3 64.52

Naphthol-8-sulfonic acid, sodium salt, 2- 0.85 9.3 56 mg/m3 9.16

3
L Neatsfoot oil; (Fats and glyceridic oils) 30 330 2,000 mg/m

L Neodecanoic acid 6 66 400 mg/m3 7.04

G Neon -415.606 -245.9 65,000 2.30E+05 4.00E+05 ppm 0.82

L Nickel carbonyl -2.74 42.1 750 42 20000 0.036 0.036 0.16 ppm 6.98

L Nickel oxalate (liquids) 0.75 8.3 50 mg/m3 6.00

L Nickel sulfamate; (Nickel(II) sulfamate) 1.3 19 110 mg/m3 10.25

L Nickel(II) nitrate hexahydrate 134.06 136.7 1.5 53 320 mg/m3 11.89

3 6.63
L Nicotine; (Pyridine, (S)-3-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)-) -110.2 247.3 0.038/1 25/61.8 7000 0.5 3.5 35 mg/m

L Nitric acid -42.88 83 75 28.4 0.53 24 92 ppm 2.58

L Nitric acid, butyl ester; (Butyl nitrate) 136 6.1619 68 410 ppm 4.87

L Nitric acid, ethyl ester; (Ethyl nitrate) -169.6 87.7 64 25 41000 0.59 6.5 39 ppm 3.72

L Nitric acid, pentyl ester; (Amyl nitrate) -189.4 145 1.3 15 89 ppm 5.44

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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

G Nitric oxide -261.94 -151.74 750 -151.9 0.5 12 20 ppm 1.23

L Nitrobenzene 42.26 210.8 7.5x10-2 10 18000 1.8 20 200 ppm 5.03

L Nitrocyclohexane -29.2 205.5 0.35 25 0.14 1.5 6.6 mg/m3 5.28

Nitrocyclohexene, 1-; (1-Nitrocyclohex-1-ene) 1 7.5 40 ppm 5.19

L Nitroethane -130 114 15.6 20 34000 170 170 1,000 ppm 3.07

G Nitrogen -346 -195.79 7.96E+05 8.32E+05 8.69E+05 ppm 1.15

G Nitrogen dioxide 15.26 21.15 908 25 0.5 12 20 ppm 1.88

Nitrogen mustard; (Bis(b-


L -76 87 @ 18mmHg 0.17 25 34000 0.002 0.022 0.37 mg/m3 6.38
chloroethyl)methylamine; Nitrogen mustard-2)

G Nitrogen tetroxide 11.84 21.15 0.94 23 38 mg/m3 3.76

G Nitrogen trifluoride -343.3 -129 200 530 860 ppm 2.90

G Nitrogen trioxide; (Dinitrogen trioxide) -149.98 ~3 0.32 3.5 21 ppm 3.11

L Nitroglycerin 56.3 218 expl 7.5x10-3 48.6 0.1 2 500 mg/m3 9.28

L Nitromethane -20.2 101 27.8 20 73000 38 38 1,000 ppm 2.50

L Nitromethane-d3; (Trideuteronitromethane) 100 38 38 1,000 ppm 2.62

L Nitropropane, 1- -162.4 131.1 7.5 20 22000 25 25 2,300 ppm 3.64

L Nitropropane, 2- -132.34 120.2 7.5 10.7 16000 10 10 2,300 ppm 3.64

L Nitrosodimethylamine 152 7.5 30.7 1.7 19 19 mg/m3 3.03

Nitrosodipropylamine; (DPNA) 2 22 95 mg/m3 5.32

G Nitrosyl chloride -78.7 -6.4 >760 0.012 0.14 0.81 ppm 2.68

L Nitrotoluene, m- 60.8 231.9 0.27 25 16000 5 5 200 ppm 5.61

L Nitrotoluene, o- 14 222.3 1 50 21000 2 2 200 ppm 5.61

3
L Nitrous acid 1.4 62 240 mg/m 1.92

G Nitrous oxide -131.44 -88.48 750 -88.7 910 10,000 20,000 ppm 1.80

L Nonanal 190-192 0.31 3.4 370 mg/m3 5.81

L Nonane; (Shellsol 140) -64.228 150.82 7.5 34 7000 200 200 200 ppm 5.24

L Nonanenitrile; (1-Octyl cyanide) -29.56 224.4 45 45 270 ppm 5.69

3
L Nonanoic acid 53.6 254 0.00165 25 20 220 1,300 mg/m 6.47

L Nonanone, 2- 15.8 194 9000 0.18 2 30 ppm 5.81

L Nonene, 1- -114.34 146.9 5.4 25 8000 0.33 3.7 22 ppm 5.16

3
L Nonoxynol-4 30 330 2,000 mg/m 16.21

3
L Nonyl alcohol 23 213.5 0.0227 25 8000 0.37 4 190 mg/m 5.90

3
L Nonyl phenol (mixed isomers) 14 293-297 2.36x10-5 25 10000 0.89 9.8 110 mg/m 9.01

3
L Nonyl phenol, 4- (branched) 0.074 0.82 260 mg/m 9.01

3
L Nonyl phenol, p- 107.6 ~295 1.5 16 320 mg/m 9.01

3
L Nonylphenol, 4-, branched, ethoxylated 1.9 20 120 mg/m 16.21

L Nonyltrichlorosilane 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 10.70

L? Norchlorofluoroepibatidine 7.40E-06 8.20E-05 5.90E-04 mg/m3

L Octadecenoic acid, 9-; (Oleic acid) 61.34 286 @ 100 mm 1 176.5 220 2,400 15,000 mg/m3 11.55

L Octadecyl methacrylate 64.4 195 @ 6mm 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 13.84

L Octadecyltrichlorosilane 160 @ 13 <5 20 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 15.86


Octafluorocyclobutane; (Cyclooctafluorobutane; Freon C-
G -42.52 -6.04 210 2,400 23,000 ppm 8.18
318)
L Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane 63.5 175 8000 0.7 7.7 130 ppm 12.13
Octamethyldiphosphoramide; 3
L 68 154 @ 2 mm 0.001 25 0.073 0.8 0.8 mg/m 11.70
(Octamethylpyrophosphoramide)
L Octanal, 1-; (Octanal; Octanaldehyde) -9.4 163.4 1.18 25 17 190 1,100 mg/m3 5.24

L Octanamine, 1- 185-187 0.31 3.4 20 mg/m3 5.28

L Octane, n- 125.8 10 19.2 8000 300 385 5,000 ppm 4.67

3 5.80
L Octanedione, 2,5- 3.9 43 260 mg/m

L Octanenitrile -50.08 205.2 0.57 6.2 37 ppm 5.12

L Octanethiol, 1- -56.56 198.1 0.4245 25 0.045 0.5 66 ppm 5.98

L Octanoic acid; (Caprylic acid) 62.6 240 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 5.90

L Octanol, 2- -24.88 179.3 0.242 25 0.29 3.2 470 mg/m3 5.32

L Octanone, 2- 3.2 172.5 200 220 560 mg/m3 5.24

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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

L Octene, 1- -151.06 121.2 17.4 25 9000 40 800 2,000 ppm 4.59

L Octyl alcohol; (n-Octanol) 1.94 194.5 5 20 150 ppm 5.32

L Octyl mercaptan, t- 154-166 5.20 25 0.055 0.6 1.8 ppm 5.98


Octyl(phenyl)-N,N-diisobutylcarbamoylmethylphosphine
oxide
30 330 2,000 mg/m3 8.60

L Octyltrichlorosilane 232 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 10.08

G Oil gas; (Oil fog) 6 66 860 ppm 0.49

L Oleum; (fuming Sulfuric acid) 0.2 8.7 160 mg/m3 7.28

L Orthoformic acid, trimethyl ester; (Trimethyl orthoformate) 59 100.6 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 4.34

S Osmium tetroxide 105.08 131.2 11 27 6.00E-04 0.0084 4 ppm 10.39

Otto Fuel (mainly Propylene glycol dinitrate


0.17 1 13 ppm 6.95
6423-43-4)
L Oxalyl chlorine 3.2 63.5 0.77 8.5 51 ppm 5.19

L Oxathiane, 1,4- 1.4 148.7 17600 2.3 26 150 ppm 4.26

L Oxirane, ethenyl-; (3,4-Epoxy-1-butene) -211 67 0.24 2.7 23 ppm 2.87


Oxybis(N,N-dimethylethanamine), 2,2'-; (Bis(2-
L 80 @ 15mmHg 0.15 1.7 5.9 ppm 6.55
dimethylaminoethyl) ether; DMAEE)
L Oxydiethylenedicarbonic acid, diallyl ester 24.8 162 0.5 5.5 53 mg/m3 11.21

3
L Oxydisulfoton 330 0.0035 25 0.32 3.5 3.5 mg/m 11.87

G Oxygen difluoride; (Fluorine monoxide) -370.84 -144.8 760 -144.6 0.075 0.83 2.5 ppm 2.21

G Ozone -315.4 -111.35 750 -111.5 0.091 1 10 ppm 1.96

3
L Paraldehyde 54.68 124.3 7.5 17 13000 5.6 62 180 mg/m 5.40

3
L Parathion 42.98 375 6.68x10-6 20 0.14 1.5 2 mg/m 11.90

L Pentaborane -51.88 60 170 25 4200 0.015 0.14 0.7 ppm 2.58

3
Pentachlorodibenzofuran, 2,3,4,7,8- 384.8 2.63x10-9 25 7.40E-05 8.20E-04 0.18 mg/m 13.91

3
L Pentachloroethane -19.804 162 7.5 37.4 320 3,500 3,500 mg/m 8.27

L Pentadecane 49.82 270.6 0.0034 35 5000 1.3 15 87 ppm 8.68

G Pentafluoropropane, 1,1,1,3,3- 15.3 935 20 900 1,300 4,600 ppm 5.48

L Pentane, n- -201.64 36.1 400 18.5 14000 120 610 15,000 ppm 2.95

3
L Pentanediol, 1,5- -0.4 239 <0.01 20 6 66 400 mg/m 4.26

L Pentanedione, 2,4-; (Acetylacetone) -9.76 139 24000 25 25 39 ppm 4.09

L Pentanenitrile -141.16 141.3 0.21 2.3 6.1 ppm 3.40


Pentanol, 2-; (sec-Amyl alcohol; Methyl propyl carbinol;
L -58 119.3 1 20 12000 60 1,700 10,000 ppm 3.60
Isoamyl alcohol, secondary)
L Pentanone, 2-; (Methyl propyl ketone) 102 15000 150 150 5,000 ppm 3.52

L Pentanone, 3-; (Diethyl ketone) -43.6 101 16000 300 300 310 ppm 3.52

L Pentene, 1- -265.36 29.9 635 25 14000 19 210 7,700 ppm 2.87

3 10.19
L Pentobarbital sodium; (Nembutal sodium) 266 0.13 1.4 23 mg/m

L Pentyl alcohol, tert-; (tert-Amyl alcohol) 10.58 101.8 16.8 25 12000 3.5 38 67 ppm 3.60

L Peracetic acid 32.18 105 56000 0.52 1.6 15 mg/m3 3.11

L Perchloric acid -169.6 ~90 0.61 6.7 40 ppm 4.11

L Perchloroethylene; (Tetrachloroethylene) -8.14 121.3 7.5 10 110000 35 230 1,200 ppm 6.78

L Perchloromethyl mercaptan 149 3 20 0.013 0.3 0.9 ppm 7.60

G Perchloryl fluoride; (Chlorine oxyfluoride) -230.8 -46.8 8943.9 25 1.5 4 12 ppm 4.19

3
Percoll 30 330 2,000 mg/m
Perfluoro compounds, C5-C18; (Fluorinert electronic liquid
L 102 31 20 2.1 23 1,800 ppm 13.59
perfluoro compounds)

G Perfluoroisobutylene; (Octafluoro-sec-butene) -202 7 2.56x10+3 25 0.01 0.11 0.33 ppm 8.18

Perfluoropolyether; (1,1,2,3,3,3-Hexafluoro-1-propene, 3
L >270 @ 5 mm <1 20 6.7 73 440 mg/m
oxidized, polymerized; Vacuum pump oil)
L Periodic acid 1.8 1.8 26 mg/m3 9.32

L Permafluor E+ -58 150 5 150 500 500 mg/m3

L Permafluor-V (85+% toluene) 22 20 200 1,250 4,500 ppm 3.47

Peroxydicarbonic acid, disodium salt 3.4 37 220 mg/m3 6.87

L Petroleum 50 thinner; (Paint thinner) 5.5 61 370 ppm 5.31


0.018 lb/sq 3
S or L Petroleum asphalt >700F 210 0.5 5 30 mg/m
in
L Petroleum distillates, clay-treated light naphthenic 1.5 17 99 mg/m3

L Petroleum distillates, low boiling 350 1,800 40,500 mg/m3 4.05

Petroleum distillates; (Petroleum crude oil) 87.5 450 10,000 ppm 4.00

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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units
Petroleum mineral oil; (Extracts, petroleum, middle distillate
solvent)
150-345 30 1,700 10,000 mg/m3

L Petroleum spirits; (Mineral spirits; Soltrol) 8000 3.6 40 240 ppm 3.98

L Petroleum spirits; (VM & P Naphtha, Ligroine, Paint solvent) -99.4 40-80 9000 75 400 400 ppm 4.57

S Phenol 105.602 181.87 0.75 34.1 17000 15 23 200 ppm 3.85

3
L Phenol, polymer with formaldehyde, oxiranylmethyl ether >245 <20 20 12 130 790 mg/m

L Phenoxyethanol, 2-; (Phenyl cellosolve) 57.2 242 0.03 25 20 20 44 ppm 5.65

Phenyl Chloroformate; (Carbonochloridic acid,


L 187-189 63.074 20 0.017 0.19 0.57 ppm 6.40
phenyl ester)
3 9.11
L Phenyl dichloroarsine; (Dichlorophenylarsine) 3.92 254.4 0.021 20 0.061 0.061 0.18 mg/m

L Phenyl isocyanate -22 158-168 1 10.6 0.02 0.15 0.24 ppm 4.87

L Phenyl-1,2-propanedione, 1- 68 222 0.4 4.5 27 mg/m3 6.06

L Phenyl-2-oxazoline, 2- 53.6 75 30 330 2,000 ppm 6.02

L Phenylacetylene; (Ethynylbenzene) -49 142 17.6 37.7 28 310 1,900 mg/m3 4.17

L Phenylcyclohexane; (Cyclohexylbenzene) 76638.2 240 1 67.5 31 340 2,000 mg/m3 6.55

Phenylenediamine dihydrochloride, 1,2- 250 dec 1.8 19 110 mg/m3 7.40

S/L Phenylenediamine, 1,2-; (o-Phenylenediamine) 219.2 257 15000 0.3 1.8 83 mg/m3 4.42

3
S/L Phenylenediamine, 1,3-; (m-Phenylenediamine) 149 287 1 99.8 0.3 2 55 mg/m 4.42

L Phenylhydrazine 67.28 243.5 0.026 25 0.3 2.3 295 ppm 4.42

S/L Phenylhydrazine hydrochloride 482 decom 23 250 250 mg/m3 5.91

L Phenylphosphine 160-161 0.0045 0.05 1.7 ppm 4.50

L Phenyltriethoxysilane 232-233 8.5 93 560 mg/m3 9.83

3
L Phenyltrimethoxysilane 110 @ 20 mm 0.59 6.5 39 mg/m 8.11

3
L Phenylxylylethane; (PXE) 30 330 2,000 mg/m 8.60

3
L Phorate -45.22 290 0.00084 25 0.04 0.04 0.12 mg/m 10.64

G Phosgene -198.004 8 750 7.2 0.1 0.3 0.75 ppm 4.04

S Phosgene oxime 53-54C 11.2 25 0.028 0.083 13 mg/m3 4.66

3
L Phosphamidon; (Famfos) -49 350 0.000025 25 0.027 0.3 6 mg/m 12.25

G Phosphine -208.84 -87.75 750 -88 17900 1 2 3.6 ppm 1.39


Phosphonic acid, methyl-, mono(1-methylethyl) ester;
L 21 230 1,400 mg/m3 5.64
(Isopropyl methylphosphonic acid)
L Phosphonoacetic acid 0.3 3.3 20 mg/m3 5.72

3
L Phosphoric acid 108.32 407 0.0285 20 3 30 150 mg/m 4.01

3
L Phosphoric acid, dimethyl-p-(methylthio)phenyl ester 300 0.001 25 0.64 7 7 mg/m 10.15

G Phosphorous pentafluoride -117.4 -75 1.9 22 130 ppm 5.15

G Phosphorous trifluoride -241.6 -102 3.2 35 210 ppm 3.60

Y Phosphorus (yellow); (White phosphorus) 111.38 280 0.03 0.3 0.51 0.77 mg/m3 5.06

L Phosphorus oxychloride 34.16 105.1 40 27.3 0.48 0.48 0.85 ppm 6.27

3
S Phosphorus pentoxide 1043.6 605 7.5x10-3 285 1 10 50 mg/m 5.80

L Phosphorus trichloride -169.24 76 100 21 0.34 2 5.6 ppm 5.61

L Phthalic acid, benzyl butyl ester; (Benzyl butyl phthalate) -31 370 12000 15 20 460 mg/m3 12.77

L Phthaloyl dichloride; (Phthaloyl chloride) 59.9 281.1 30 47 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 8.30

Phyllomedusin 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 47.88

L Pinacolone; (3,3-Dimethyl-2-butanone) -62.5 106.1 31.5 25 12940 0.74 8.1 49 ppm 4.09

L Pinacolyl alcohol; (tert-Butyl methyl carbinol) 42.08 120.4 12220 2.7 30 120 ppm 4.18

L Piperidine 15.8 106 40 29.2 15000 6.6 33 110 ppm 3.48

3
L Piperonyl butoxide 180 @ 1 mm 1.2 13 1,200 mg/m 13.83

L Pirimifos-ethyl 59 130 dec 0.00029 25 2.3 25 28 mg/m3 13.63

L Pivalic anhydride; (Trimethylacetic anhydride) 193 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 7.61

S Platinum 3221.6 3827 3 33 200 mg/m3 7.97


Poly alpha olefin; (Synthetic hydrocarbon mixture, PAO;
L
Hydrogenated trimer and tetramer of decene)
401 <1 20 2 22 130 mg/m3
Poly(1-(2-oxo-1-pyrrolidinyl)ethylene)iodine complex; (Iodine
L
solutions)
62.6 118 6.8 74 140 mg/m3

L Poly(dimethylsiloxane), vinyl dimethylsiloxy terminated 48 530 3,200 mg/m3


Polychlorinated biphenyl (Aroclor 1016); (Chlorodiphenyl
L
(41% Cl))
340-375 2 22 460 mg/m3
Polychlorinated biphenyl (Aroclor 1016/1242):
L
(Chlorodiphenyl (37% Cl))
340-375 13 140 860 mg/m3
Polychlorinated biphenyl (Aroclor 1221); (Chlorodiphenyl
L 33.8 340-375 0.0067 25 0.28 3.1 790 mg/m3 7.85
(21% Cl))

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State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units
Polychlorinated biphenyl (Aroclor 1232); (Chlorodiphenyl
L
(32% Cl))
340-375 0.28 3.1 890 mg/m3
Polychlorinated biphenyl (Aroclor 1242); (Chlorodiphenyl
L
(42% Cl))
-2.002 325-366 1.3x10-3 25 3 410 840 mg/m3 10.67
Polychlorinated biphenyl (Aroclor 1248); (Chlorodiphenyl
L
(48% Cl))
340-375 2.4 26 2,200 mg/m3
Polychlorinated biphenyl (Aroclor 1254); (Chlorodiphenyl
L
(54% Cl))
365-390 7.71x10-5 25 1.5 25 200 mg/m3 13.36

3
L or S Polychlorinated biphenyl; (Aroclor; PCBs) 644 340-375 varies 1.1 12 840 mg/m

L Polydimethyl siloxane; (Dimethylpolysiloxane) >149 0.74 8.2 790 mg/m3

L Polyether polyol ester 12 140 820 mg/m3 122.61

L Polyethylbenzene residue; (Dowtherm Q) -40 267 0.0149 25 1.7 19.2 120 ppm 7.77

L or S Polyethylene glycol 76474.4 30 200 18,000 mg/m3

L Polyethylene glycol 20M 270 3,000 18,000 mg/m3


Polyglycol 15-200; (Oxirane, 2-methyl-, polymer with
L oxirane, ether with 1,2,3-propanetriol (3:1); Calthane NF and -13 dec 30 330 2,000 mg/m3
ND "B")
L Polymerized linseed oil 6 66 400 mg/m3
Polymethylene polyphenyl isocyanate; (Polymeric
L 210 @ 5 mmHg < 0.00001 25 0.15 0.26 22 mg/m3
diphenylmethane diisocyanate)
Polymethylhydrosiloxane; (Methyl hydrogen polysiloxane) 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 10.41

3
Polyoxyalkyleneamine; (Poly(oxypropylene)diamine) 0.73 8 48 mg/m

Polyoxyethylene monooctylphenyl ether 13 140 830 mg/m3

L Polyoxyethylene sorbitan monopalmitate; (Tween 40) 9.5 100 630 mg/m3 52.47

L Polyphosphoric acid 69.8 300 - 500 3.6 40 240 mg/m3

Polypropylene-polyethylene glycol; (Pluronic L-81) 6.9 76 460 mg/m3

L Polysorbate 85; (Tween 85) -20.02 200 60 660 4,000 mg/m3

L Polyurethane prepolymer of MDI and PEP 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

Potassium antimonate; (Potassium hexahydroxyantimonate) 3.2 28 170 mg/m3 10.74

3
Potassium antimonite 2.8 25 150 mg/m 9.35

S Potassium cyanide 1173.2 5.3 19 40 mg/m3 2.66

Potassium dideuterium phosphate 29 320 1,900 mg/m3 5.69

Potassium iminodiacetate; (Potassium IDA) 12.5 100 500 ppm 8.54

L Potassium nickel oxide (liquids); (Nickel potassium oxide) 0.86 9.6 57 mg/m3 6.90

3
L Potassium nickelate (liquids) 1 12 69 mg/m 8.37

3
Potassium nitrilotriacetate; (Potassium NTA) 3.7 40 240 mg/m 12.48

Potassium orthovanadate 4.8 53 320 mg/m3 9.48

S Potassium phosphide 0.18 2 3.6 ppm 6.06

L Propanamine, 1-; (Propylamine) -117.4 48-49 248 20 20000 0.98 11 100 ppm 2.42

G Propane -305.734 -42.1 750 -42.3 21000 5,500 17,000 33,000 ppm 1.80

L Propanediamine, 1,2- 118.9 6.7 74 440 mg/m3 3.03

L Propanediamine, 1,3- 10.4 135-136 0.059 0.65 20 ppm 3.03

L Propanedinitrile; (Malononitrile) 86.9 220 11 99 3 4.9 10 ppm 2.70

L Propanediol, 1,3- 210-211 7.8 86 520 mg/m3 3.11

L Propanethiol; (n-Propylmercaptan) -171.94 67-68 154.2 25 0.045 0.5 320 ppm 3.11

L Propargyl alcohol -61.24 113.6 15.6 25 21000 2.5 16 72 ppm 2.29

L Propargyl bromide -77.926 88-90 30000 0.03 0.03 10 mg/m3 4.86

L Propiolactone, b- -28.12 162 0.75 8 29000 0.5 0.51 1.3 ppm 2.95

L Propionaldehyde -14.8 48 750 47.7 23000 45 260 840 ppm 2.37

L Propionic acid -6.7 141.1 10 39.7 21000 15 15 170 ppm 3.03


Propionic acid, 3-ethoxy-, ethyl ester;
L -148 170.1 100 100 100 ppm 5.98
(Ethyl-3-ethoxypropionate)
L Propionic anhydride -49 167 1 20.6 14800 7.1 78 470 mg/m3 5.32

L Propionitrile; (Propiononitrile) -154.3 97.1 35 20 31000 6 7 37 ppm 2.25

L Propionyl chloride -137.2 80 0.05 0.55 3.3 ppm 3.78

L Propoxypropanol, n-; (Propylene glycol monpropyl ether) -112 149.8 0.93 10 61 ppm 9.33

L Propyl acetate, n- -135.4 101.5 35.9 25 17000 250 250 8,000 ppm 4.18

L Propyl alcohol, n-; (n-Propanol) -196.6 97.19 10 14.7 21000 250 250 4,000 ppm 2.46

Propyl chloroformate; (Propyl


L 114-115 @768 0.34 3.7 11 ppm 5.01
chlorocarbonate)
L Propyl nitrate -149.8 110.5 20000 40 330 2,000 ppm 4.30

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State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
3

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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

Propyl-1-butanamine, N- 50 350 500 mg/m3 4.71

L Propylbenzene, n-; (Isocumene) -147.28 159.24 7.5 38 8000 1.1 12 2,300 ppm 4.91

L Propylene carbonate, 1,2- -55.84 242 0.75 43 3.3 37 220 mg/m3 4.17

L Propylene glycol dinitrate 18 0.07 22 0.17 1 13 ppm 6.79


Propylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate, alpha-
L 150 3.7 20 13000 50 1,000 5,000 ppm 5.40
isomer; (1-Methoxypropyl-2-acetate)
Propylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate, beta-
L 13000 50 1,000 5,000 ppm 5.40
isomer; (2-Methoxypropoyl-1-acetate)
L Propylene glycol monomethyl ether; (Ucar Triol HG-170) -139 119 12.5 25 16000 150 150 470 ppm 3.68

Propylene glycol mono-n-butyl ether; (3-Butoxy-1-propanol) 0.78 8.6 220 ppm 5.40

L Propylene glycol; (1,2-Propanediol) -76 187.6 7.5x10-2 13 24000 30 1,300 7,900 mg/m3 3.11

L Propylene oxide; (Methyl ethylene oxide) -169.834 34.23 538 25 19000 73 290 870 ppm 2.37

G/L Propylene; (1-Propene) -301 -47.7 7600 19.8 20000 500 500 1,900 ppm 1.72

L Propyleneimine, 1,2- -85 67 140 25 0.4 12 23 ppm 2.33

L Propyltrichlorosilane 123.5 28.8 20 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 7.26

L Pump oil >315 15 170 990 mg/m3


Pyrethrin 1; (Cyclopropaneacrylic acid, 2,2-dimethyl-3-(2-
L methylpropenyl)-, ester with 4-hydroxy-3-methyl-2-(2,4- 170 @ 1 mmHg 2.03E-05 ? 3 8.6 51 mg/m3 13.43
pentadienyl)-2-cyclopenten-1-one)
L Pyridine -43.06 115.23 20.8 25 17000 3 6.9 3,600 ppm 3.23

L Pyridinecarboxaldehyde, 4-; (Isonicotinaldehyde) 53.6 71-73 5.4 60 360 mg/m3 4.38

L Pyridine-d5 -43.6 114.4 18000 3 600 3,600 ppm 3.44

L Pyrrole; (Imidole) -10.12 129.7 8.35 25 0.0073 0.08 0.48 ppm 2.74

L Pyrrolidine -81.4 88.5-89 128 39 29000 0.69 7.6 45 mg/m3 2.91

L Quinoline 5.396 237.16 7.5x10-2 23.7 0.003 0.46 12 ppm 5.28

3
L Red Arrow Insect Spray 10 60 200 mg/m

L Rhenium hexafluoride 65.3 33.6 20 220 1,300 mg/m3 12.27

L Rhodium oxide (liquids); (Rhodium(IV) oxide) 0.039 0.43 2.6 mg/m3 5.51

L sol Rhodium(III) hydroxide (liquids) 0.045 0.5 3 mg/m3 6.29

L Rubber solvent; (Naphtha (petroleum) light aliphatic) 38-93 264 1,700 10,000 ppm 3.98

V Rubidium hydroxide 719.6 1.8 19 120 mg/m3 4.19

3
V Ruthenium(IV) oxide 0.05 0.55 1.3 mg/m 5.44

3
L Safrol; (5-(2-Propenyl)-1,3-benzodioxole) 51.8 232.5 1 63.8 1.6 18 390 mg/m 6.63

L Salicylaldehyde 19.4 197 0.593 25 0.054 0.59 100 mg/m3 4.99

G Selenium hexafluoride -30.28 -46.6 subl 750 -46.5 0.053 0.087 0.26 ppm 7.89

L Selenium oxychloride 51.62 176.4 2.9 25 0.91 10 10 mg/m3 6.78

S/L Semicarbazide hydrochloride 348.8 9.1 100 100 mg/m3 4.56

Sephacryl s-200, superfine 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

Sephacryl s-300 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

G Silane; (Silicon tetrahydride) -301 -112 13700 100 130 270 ppm 1.31

Silica, amorphous fume 5630 4046 0.3 0.3 1.6 mg/m3

L Silicofluoric acid; (Fluorosilicic acid) 9.5 110 630 mg/m3 5.89

G Silicon tetrafluoride; (Tetrafluorosilane) -106.6 0.05 3.3 10 ppm 4.25


Siloxanes and silicones, methyl phenyl; (Silicon Y-6607;
L 1.6 17 100 mg/m3 3.07
Silicone fluid, high temp)
3
Sodium butyl (2-ethylhexyl)phosphate 0.06 0.4 2 mg/m 11.78

Sodium butyl butylphosphonate 0.06 0.4 2 mg/m3 9.49

3 2.00
S Sodium cyanide 1045.4 1496 1 817 4 14 30 mg/m

S Sodium hydroxide 613.4 1388 7.5x10-3 513 0.5 5 50 mg/m3 1.63

L Sodium hypochlorite pentahydrate 4.6 51 290 mg/m3 6.77

3
L Sodium nickel oxide (Liquid) 0.7 7.6 46 mg/m 5.59

L Sodium nickelate (Liquids) 0.88 9.6 57 mg/m3 7.06

S Sodium phosphide 0.18 2 3.6 ppm 4.08

Sodium polyphosphate 9.2 100 600 mg/m3 25.00


Sodium p-tert-amylphenate; (4-(1,1-Dimethylpropyl)phenol,
sodium salt)
30 330 2,000 mg/m3 7.61

3
S/L Sodium selenate; (Disodium selenate) 0.48 1.6 1.6 mg/m 7.72

L/S Sodium silicate; (Sodium metasilicate) 1992.2 18 230 230 mg/m3 4.99

L Sodium succinate 36000 2.2 25 150 ppm 6.62

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State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
3

at Bold = ERPG % Bold, double underlined, red, italicized =PAC LEL


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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

L Sodium succinate, hexahydrate 15 160 970 mg/m3 11.04

L Sodium sulfamate 104.4 15 6 66 400 mg/m3 4.91


Sodium tolyltriazole; (1H-Benzotriazole, 4(or 5)-methyl-,
L
sodium salt)
#VALUE! ~106 1.9 21 130 mg/m3 6.38

L/S Sodium-Potassium 0.5 5 50 mg/m3 1.58


Solvent naphtha, petroleum, medium aliphatic; (Mineral 3
L -94 150-210 1.5 25 0.32 3.5 21 mg/m
spirits, naphtha)
L Solvent Yellow 3 212 7.5E-07 0.32 3.6 300 mg/m3 9.21

Soman; (3,3-Dimethyl-2-butyl
L -43.6 167 0.4 25 1.80E-04 0.0022 0.017 ppm 7.45
methylphosphonofluoridate; GD)
Sorbitan monolaurate; (D-Glucitol, 1,4-anhydro-, 6- 3
30 330 2,000 mg/m 14.16
dodecanoate)
Sorbitan monostearate polyoxyethylene; (Ethoxylated 3
L 7.3 81 480 mg/m 53.62
sorbitan monostearate)
3 17.52
L Sorbitan, monooleate 45 490 3,000 mg/m
Sorbitan, monooleate polyoxyethylene; (Polyethylene 3
L 41 450 2,700 mg/m
sorbitan monooleate; Tween 80)
3
L Soybean oil; (Glycine soja) 3.4 38 6,500 mg/m
Squalene; (2,6,10,15,19,23-Hexamethyl-2,6,10,14,18,22- 3
L -103 285 @ 25 mm 2 240 8.2 90 540 mg/m 16.79
tetracosahexene, (all-E)-)
3 10.65
L Stannic chloride; (Tin(IV) chloride; Tin(IV) tetrachloride) -27.4 114.1 10 10 4.4 4.4 880 mg/m

G Stibine; (Antimony hydride) -126.4 -18.4 >760 0.14 1.5 9.6 ppm 5.10
Stoddard solvent; (Mineral spirits, 85% nonane and 15%
L -94 150-210 1.5 25 8000 100 350 29,500 ppm 5.89
trimethyl benzene)
S Strontium phosphide 0.091 1 1.8 ppm 13.28

L Styrene -23.17 145 7.5 28.6 9000 20 130 1,100 ppm 4.26

L Styrene oxide; (1,2-Epoxyethylbenzene) -34.06 194.2 0.3 20 0.24 2.7 19 ppm 4.91
Succinimidyl-6-(beta-maleimidopropionamido)hexanoate; 3
30 330 2,000 mg/m
(SMPH)
3
L Sulfonic acids, petroleum; (Petrolatum acid sulfonate) 30 330 2,000 mg/m
3
L Sulfonylbis-ethanol, 2,2'- 23.5 20 1.2 13 79 mg/m 6.30

G Sulfur dioxide -103.9 -10.05 750 -10.3 0.2 0.75 30 ppm 2.62

G Sulfur hexafluoride -59.8 1000 decomp 100 1,000 1,000 1,000 ppm 5.97

L Sulfur monochloride -106.6 138 10 27.5 0.53 6.4 15 ppm 5.52

L Sulfur pentafluoride -63.4 26.7 561 25 0.01 0.01 1 ppm 10.39

G Sulfur tetrafluoride -185.8 -38 0.19 2.1 2.1 ppm 4.42

3 3.27
L Sulfur trioxide 0.2 8.7 160 mg/m

L Sulfuric acid 50.558 337 7.5x10-3 72 0.2 8.7 160 mg/m3 4.01

L Sulfuric acid-d2; (Deuterosulfuric acid) 0.2 8.7 160 mg/m3 4.09

L Sulfurous acid 0.0099 0.11 0.66 mg/m3 3.35

L Sulfuryl chloride -65.38 69.1 100 17.8 0.3 3.7 11 ppm 5.52

G Sulfuryl fluoride -214.6 -55 12000 21 10 21 64 ppm 4.17

3
L Tall oil (alkyd resin) 30 330 2,000 mg/m

L Tantalum(V) ethoxide 68 151 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 16.60

G Tellurium hexafluoride -35.68 -38.9 subl 760 20 0.018 0.018 0.053 ppm 9.87

V Tellurous acid 0.42 4.6 28 mg/m3 7.26

L Terbufos -20.2 315 0.0003 25 0.091 1 1 mg/m3 11.79

L Tert-butyl alcohol; (tert-Butanol) 77.9 82.8 40 24.5 23000 150 150 8,000 ppm 3.03

3 7.29
S Tert-butyl benzoic acid, p- 328.1 2 2 94 mg/m
S subl 3
Tert-butyllithium Subl @ 0.1 C 1.2 13 79 mg/m 2.62
@0.1C
L Tert-butylpyridine, 4- -41.8 196.5 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 5.53

L Tetrabromoethane, 1,1,2,2-; (Acetylene tetrabromide) 30.2 151 @ 54 mm 0.3 0.79 10 ppm 14.13

Tetrabutyl ammonium phosphate 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 13.87

L Tetrabutyl titanate; (Butyl titanate) -67 292.4 20000 0.67 7.4 44 ppm 13.91
Tetrabutylammonium fluoride; (N,N,N-Tributyl-1-
L soln 100 1,200 6,900 mg/m3 10.69
butanaminium, fluoride)
L Tetrabutylammonium hydroxide 77 0.013 0.14 0.85 mg/m3 10.61

L/S Tetrachloro-1,2-difluoroethane, 1,1,2,2- 76.37 92.8 150 290 15,000 ppm 8.33

Tetrachloroethane (mixed isomers) 1.33x10+1 25 220000 0.12 1.3 39 ppm 6.86

L Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,1,2- -94.36 130.2 7.5 17 49000 0.54 6 13 ppm 6.86

L Tetrachloroethane, 1,1,2,2- -44.32 145.2 7.5 32.4 1 1 150 ppm 6.86

G Tetrachlorohexafluorobutane, 2,2,3,3-; (FLON; CFC316) 0.07 0.77 4.6 ppm 12.42

L Tetrachlorosilane; (Silicon chloride) -94 57.57 0.45 5.5 25 ppm 6.94

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Tetracosafluorotetradecahydro-phenanthrene;
L
(Perfluorophenanthrene)
217 10 110 680 mg/m3 25.51
Tetradecafluorohexane; (Perfluoro-n-hexane; Fluorinert
L -126.76 56.6 2.1 23 1,800 ppm 13.82
FC72)
L Tetradecane; (n-Tetradecane) 41.9 253.7 0.0116 25 5000 4.8 53 320 ppm 8.11

L Tetraethyl lead 257 198-202 1 38.4 18000 0.36 4 62 mg/m3 13.22


Tetraethyl orthosilicate; (Ethyl silicate;
L -116.5 168.8 7.5 21.6 13000 25 100 300 ppm 8.51
Tetraethoxysilane)
3 11.86
L Tetraethyl pyrophosphate; (TEPP) 32 310 0.00047 25 0.091 1 10 mg/m

L Tetraethylene glycol 21.2 327.3 1 153.9 87 960 5,700 mg/m3 7.94

S Tetraethylene glycol diacrylate 233.6 2.1 2.1 160 mg/m3 12.36

L Tetraethylenepentamine -40 333 <0.01 20 8000 15 130 790 mg/m3 7.74

L Tetraethyltin; (Tetraethylstannane) -169.6 181 2 25 0.4 7 7 mg/m3 9.60

G Tetrafluoroethane, 1,1,1,2-; (HFC 134a) -26.2 96 25 8,000 13,000 27,000 ppm 4.17

G Tetrafluoroethane, 1,1,2,2-; (HFC 134) -128.2 -19.9 8,000 13,000 27,000 ppm 4.17

G Tetrafluoroethylene -204.07 -75.9 750 -75.8 100000 220 550 3,300 ppm 4.09

G Tetrafluorohydrazine -261.4 -73 0.8 0.8 680 ppm 4.25

L Tetrahydro-2,5-dimethyl furan 12 130 790 mg/m3 4.09

L Tetrahydrofuran -163.192 65 75 9 15000 100 500 5,000 ppm 2.95

L Tetrahydrofuran-d8 -158.8 65-66 100 500 5,000 ppm 3.28

L Tetrahydronaphthalene, 1,2,3,4-; (Tetralin) -23.8 207.2 1 38 8000 0.0039 0.043 12 ppm 5.40

L Tetrahydropyridine, 1,2,3,6- -54.4 108 8.8297 97 580 ppm 3.40

L Tetramethoxysilane; (Methyl silicate) 30.2 121 7.5 14.4 0.91 0.91 1.4 ppm 6.22

L Tetramethyl ethylene diamine -67 120 - 122 0.58 6.4 58 ppm 4.75

L Tetramethyl lead -17.5 110 0.2 20 18000 0.36 4 52 mg/m3 10.93


Tetramethyl-1,3-butanediamine, N,N,N',N'-; (Tetramethyl
L
butanediamine)
1.4 16 94 mg/m3 5.90

L Tetramethyl-3,5-heptanedione, 2,2,6,6-; (Dipivaloylmethane) 93 @ 35 mm 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 7.53

L or S Tetramethyl-5-decyne-4,7-diol, 2,4,7,9- 116.6 165 @ 40 mmHg 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 9.25

3
L Tetramethylammonium hydroxide 67000 0.027 0.29 0.67 mg/m 3.73

L soln Tetramethylammonium silicate 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 8.64

L Tetramethylbenzene, 1,2,3,5- -11.2 197 15 170 1,000 mg/m3 5.49


Tetramethylene sulfone; (Sulfolane; Tetrahydrothiophene-
L/S 81.32 285 1.3 12 12 mg/m3 4.91
1,1-dioxide)
L/S Tetramethylsilane -146.2 26-28 100 130 270 ppm 3.61

L Tetranitromethane 56.84 126.1 7.5 18 0.047 0.52 1.7 ppm 8.01

L Tetraoxadodecane, 2,5,8,11- -49 216 0.14 1.5 9.2 ppm 7.29


Tetraoxatetracosan-1-ol, 3,6,9,12-; ((Lauryl alcohol 3
L 247 @ 10C 30 330 2,000 mg/m 14.82
tri(oxyethylene) ethanol; BRIJ 30)
L Tetrapropoxysilane 94 6 66 400 mg/m3 10.81

Tetrapropylammonium hydroxide 0.035 0.39 2.3 mg/m3 8.31

Thenoyltrifluoroacetone 109.04 97 @ 8 mmHg 0.9 9.9 59 mg/m3 9.04

L fuming Thioacetic acid 1.4 93 0.079 0.87 5.2 ppm 3.11

L Thiodiglycol 3.2 164-166 @ 20mm 20 220 1,300 mg/m3 4.99

3 10.15
L Thionazin; (Ethyl pyrazinyl phosphorothioate) 28.94 80 0.003 30 0.32 3.5 3.5 mg/m

L Thionyl chloride -157 78.8 100 21.4 0.2 2.4 14 ppm 4.86

L Thiophosphoryl chloride -31 125 16,35 25 0.24 2.7 6.1 mg/m3 6.92

L Titanium chloride -22 136.4 10 21.3 0.046 0.5 3 mg/m3 6.30

Titanium hydride 0.019 0.2 1.2 mg/m3 2.04


1.31x10-2
L Titanium tetrachloride -11.416 136.45 20 0.645 1 5.7 ppm 7.75
atm
L Toluene -138.91 110.63 7.5 1.5 11000 200 1,200 4,500 ppm 3.77

L Toluene diisocyanate (mixed isomers) 51.8 251 2.3x10-2 25 9000 0.045 0.43 0.43 ppm 7.12

L or S Toluene-2,4-diisocyanate; (TDI) 68.9 251 7.5x10-2 39 9000 0.02 0.083 0.51 ppm 7.12

L Toluene-2,6-diisocyanate 129-133 @18mm 0.02 0.083 0.51 ppm 7.12

L Toluene-d8; (Deuterated toluene) -119.2 110 200 1,200 4,500 ppm 4.09
Toluenesulfonamide, p-; (Pasam) 221 221 @ 10 mm Hg 0.000096 25 0.82 9 54 mg/m3 7.00
Toluenethiol, m- 0.16 1.8 11 mg/m3 5.08

L Toluidine, m-; (3-Methylaniline) -46.48 203.3 1 41 11000 5.2 5.2 20 ppm 4.38

L Toluidine, o- 6.062 200.3 7.5x10-2 18.8 15000 2 2 100 ppm 4.38

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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

L Toluidine, p-; (4-Methylbenzenamine) 107.6 200.4 1 42 11000 6 12 67 mg/m3 4.38

L Trans-1,4-dichlorobutene; (2-Butylene dichloride) 64466.6 156 6 25 40000 0.078 0.86 3.8 ppm 5.11
Transformer oil; (Mineral oil, petroleum distillates,
L
hydrotreated (mild) light naphthenic)
>154 0.35 3.8 990 mg/m3

L Tri(2-ethylhexyl) phosphate; (Tris(2-ethylhexyl)phosphate) -101.2 226.9 0.03 20 2.2 6.3 6.3 mg/m3 17.77

3
L Triacetin; (Triacetyl glycerin) -108.4 258 10000 9 99 590 mg/m 8.92

3 12.81
L Triazofos; (Triazophos) 41 350 0.00001 25 0.25 2.8 12 mg/m

L Tributyl citrate -4 233 @ 20C 0.32 3.5 43 ppm 14.73

L Tributyl phosphate -112 289 75 205 0.6 3.5 125 ppm 10.88

L Tributylphosphine 240 16 121 0.27 3 18 ppm 8.27

L Trichloramine; (Nitrogen chloride) -40 < 71 150 20 0.022 0.25 3.9 ppm 4.92

Trichloro(dichlorophenyl) silane;
L 260 70 25 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 11.46
(Dichlorophenyltrichlorosilane)
3
L Trichloro-2,2,2-trifluoroethane, 1,1,1- 57.56 45.8 360 25 100 1,200 6,900 mg/m 7.66

3
L Trichloroacetaldehyde; (Chloral) -71.5 97.8 75 33.8 0.16 1.8 19 mg/m 6.02

L Trichloroacetyl chloride -230.8 114-116 21.32 25 0.055 0.61 2.8 ppm 7.43

L or S Trichlorobenzene, 1,2,4- 62.456 213.5 0.46 25 25000 0.45 5 20 ppm 7.42

L Trichloroethane, 1,1,1-; (Methyl chloroform) -22.018 74.09 75 14.2 75000 230 600 4,200 ppm 5.45

L Trichloroethane, 1,1,2- -33.34 113.8 7.5 7 60000 15 15 500 ppm 5.45

3
S/L Trichloroethanol, 2,2,2- 64.04 150 1 20 2.2 25 120 mg/m 6.11

L Trichloroethylene -120.46 87.21 75 26.7 79000 130 450 3,800 ppm 5.37

L Trichloroethylsilane; (Ethyl trichlorosilane) -158.08 97.9 47.18 25 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 6.68

L or G Trichlorofluoromethane; (Fluorotrichloromethane; Freon 11) -166.792 23.7 750 23.3 1,000 1,500 10,000 ppm 5.61

3
L Trichloronate; (Ethyl trichlorophenylethylphosphonothioate) 360 20 25 0.91 10 27 mg/m 13.63

L Trichlorophenylsilane 201 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 8.65

L Trichloropropane, 1,2,3- 5.54 157 7.5 37 32000 10 10 1,000 ppm 6.03

L Trichlorosilane -198.76 33 750 31.6 12000 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 5.54

L Trichlorotrifluoroethane; (Freon 113; CFC113) -33.196 47.7 750 47.3 1,250 1,500 4,500 ppm 7.66

L Tridecane 22.46 235.4 0.056 25 0.0026 0.029 2.3 ppm 7.54


Tridodecylamine; (Alamine 304; N,N-didodecyl-1- 3
L 61.52 220 6 66 400 mg/m 21.33
dodecanamine)
Triethoxysilane -274 133.5 8.5 25 0.5 4 10 ppm 6.71

L Triethoxyvinylsilane 160.62 @ 20 2.25 20 30000 2.3 26 150 ppm 7.78

L Triethyl phosphate; (TEP) -69.52 215.5 0.39 25 17000 4.2 46 9,200 mg/m3 7.45

L Triethyl phosphite 156 37000 1.2 14 82 ppm 6.79

L Triethylaluminum -62.5 194 4 83 12 12 69 mg/m3 4.67

L Triethylamine -174.64 89.5 12000 3 3 1,000 ppm 4.14

3
Triethylammonium bicarbonate buffer ph 8.5 30 330 2,000 mg/m

Triethylbenzene (mixed isomers) -87.7 216 61.0-69.9 20 6670 4.7 51 310 ppm 6.63

L Triethylene glycol 24.26 285 1 114 9000 1,000 1,000 5,500 mg/m3 6.14

L Triethylene glycol monomethyl ether -47.2 249 34 370 2,200 mg/m3 6.71

L Triethylenetetramine 53.6 272 <0.01 20 3 5.7 83 ppm 5.98


Triethylethanaminium hydroxide, N,N,N-; (Tetraethyl 3
S solu-tion 0.072 0.8 4.8 mg/m 6.02
ammonium hydroxide)
L Triethylphosphorothioate; (Tepto) 93.2-94 0.027 0.3 1.8 ppm 8.10
Trifluoroacetaldehyde hydrate; (2,2,2-Trifluoro-1,1-
0.98 11 65 mg/m3 4.74
ethanediol)
L Trifluoroacetic acid anhydride -85 39.5 14 150 920 mg/m3 8.58

L Trifluoroacetic acid; (Trifluoroethanoic acid) 4.55 71.1 0.17 1.9 8.5 ppm 4.66

L Trifluoroacetyl chloride 3.2 200 1,200 ppm 5.41

L Trifluoroethanol, 2,2,2-; (Trifluoroethyl alcohol) -47.2 103 - 105 0.9 1.9 24 ppm 4.09

L Trifluoromethanesulfonic acid; (Triflic acid) -40 162 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 6.13

L Trifluoromethanesulfonic anhydride 81-83 8 20 1.2 13 79 mg/m3 11.53

G Trifluoromethyl iodide; (Iodotrifluoromethane) -108.4 -22.5 48 390 390 ppm 8.01

L Trifluoromethyl)benzenamine, 3-(; (m-Aminobenzal fluoride) 37.4 189 0.4 4.4 19 mg/m3 6.59

L Triisobutylaluminum 42.8 86 @ 10 mm 1 47 44 260 1,600 mg/m3 8.10

L Trimethoxysilane -175 32 @ 100 mmHg 76 25 0.5 0.83 2.5 ppm 4.99

3
L Trimethoxysilyl)-1-propanamine, 3-( 30 330 2,000 mg/m 7.33

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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units
Trimethoxysilyl-1-propanethiol, 3-; (3-
L
Mercaptopropyltrimethoxysilane)
93-94 2.2 24 150 mg/m3 8.03

L Trimethoxysilylpropyl methacrylate, 3-; (Silane A-174) -58 190 71 780 4,700 mg/m3 10.15

L Trimethoxysilylpropyl) ethylenediamine, N-(3- 146 @ 15 mm 23 250 1,500 mg/m3 9.09


Trimethoxyvinylsilane; (Vinyltrimethoxysilane; Silane,
L 123 1.7 19 120 ppm 6.06
trimethoxyvinyl-)
L Trimethyl borate -20.2 68 137 25 4.3 48 290 ppm 4.25

L Trimethyl phosphate; (TMP) 197.2 1.4 16 29 ppm 5.73

L Trimethyl phosphite -108.4 111-112 22000 6.1 61 310 ppm 5.07


Trimethyl-1,3-pentanediol monoisobutyrate, 2,2,4-;
(Texanol)
6000 20 220 1,300 mg/m3 8.84

L Trimethyl-1-pentene, 2,4,4-; (Diisobutylene) -136.3 101.4 44.7 25 7000 225 2,500 15,000 ppm 4.59

Trimethyl-2,5,8,11-tetraoxatetradecan-13-ol, 4,7,10- 30 330 2,000 mg/m3 10.80

3 5.15
Trimethyl-2-hexene, 4,4,5- 30 330 2,000 mg/m
Trimethyl-2-oxepanone (mixed isomers); (Hexanoic acid, 6- 3
22 250 1,500 mg/m 6.39
hydroxytrimethyl, epsilon-lactone)
L Trimethylacetyl chloride; (Pivaloyl chloride) 107 0.048 0.53 1.6 ppm 4.93

G Trimethylamine -178.78 2.87 750 2.6 20000 8 120 380 ppm 2.42

L Trimethylaniline, 2,4,6- 23 232 0.26 2.9 10 mg/m3 5.53

L Trimethylbenzene, 1,2,3- -13.72 176.12 0.75 15 8000 140 360 740 ppm 4.91

L Trimethylbenzene, 1,2,4-; (Pseudocumene) -46.786 169.38 0.75 11 8000 140 360 360 ppm 4.91

L Trimethylbicyclo(3.1.1)-2-hept-2-ene, 2,6,6-; (alpha-Pinene) -67 155 10 37.3 22 22 130 ppm 5.57

L Trimethylchlorosilane -40 57 18000 1.8 22 100 ppm 4.44

L Trimethyldecane, 2,2,3- 5500 47 240 1,400 ppm 7.52

L Trimethyldecane, 2,2,8- 5500 47 240 1,400 ppm 7.52

L Trimethyldecane, 2,5,6- 5500 47 240 1,400 ppm 7.52

L Trimethylene oxide; (Oxetane) -142.6 47.6 324 25 0.0085 0.093 20 mg/m3 2.37

L Trimethylgallium 3.38 55.7 1.2 13 79 mg/m3 4.69

L Trimethylhexane, 2,2,5- 124 8000 67 340 2,000 ppm 5.24


Trimethyl-N'-(hydroxyethyl)-1,3-propanediamine, N,N,N'-; (2- 3
30 330 2,000 mg/m
((3-(Dimethylamino)propyl)methylamino)ethanol)
G Trimethyloctane 10.7 760 10.7 6470 55 280 440 ppm 6.39

Trimethyloctane, 2,2,6- 6470 55 280 1,700 ppm 6.39

Trimethyloctane, 2,3,7- 6470 55 280 1,700 ppm 6.39

Trimethyloctane, 2,4,6- 6470 55 280 1,700 ppm 6.39

Trimethyloctane, 2,6,6- 6470 55 280 1,700 ppm 6.39

3
L Trimethylolpropane ethoxylate 30 330 2,000 mg/m

L Trimethylphosphine -121 37.5 0.067 0.73 4.4 ppm 3.11

Trimethylpyridine, 2,4,6- 1.2 13 77 ppm 4.95

Trimethylsilanol 0.5 2 5 ppm 3.68

L Trimethylsilylmethyllithium 57.02 35-36 1.2 13 79 mg/m3 3.85

Trimethyltriheptylamine, 6,6',6''-; (Triisooctylamine) 4.3 48 290 mg/m3 14.46

L Tri-n-butylamine -94 216.5 0.0934 25 14000 0.0071 0.078 2.9 ppm 7.58

3 15.80
Tri-n-octylphosphine oxide; (Trioctylphophine oxide) 125.6 201 @ 2 mmHg 0.37 4.1 25 mg/m

L Trioctylamine; (N,N-Dioctyl-1-octanamine) 365-367 6 66 400 mg/m3 14.46

L Tri-o-tolyl phosphate; (Triorthocresyl phosphate) #VALUE! 410 0.3 4.6 40 ppm 15.06

L Tripropyl phosphate; (TPP) 120-122 @ 10 mm 4.2 46 280 mg/m3 9.164589

L Tripropylamine -136.3 156 1.51 25 7000 0.58 6.4 38 ppm 5.86

L Tripropylene glycol methyl ether -110.002 242.4 9.6 110 630 mg/m3 8.43
Tripropylene glycol monomethyl ether; (1-(2-(2-Methoxy-1-
L 243 0.72 7.9 75 ppm 8.43
methylethoxy)-1-methylethoxy)-2-propanol)
Tripropylene glycol; (((1-Methyl-1,2-
L -22 267 1 96 1.1 13 76 ppm 7.86
ethanediyl)bis(oxy))bispropanol)
Tris(2-aminoethyl)amine 0.38 4.2 49 mg/m3 5.98

L Tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate; (2-Chloroethanol phosphate) -67 330 1.3 15 240 mg/m3 11.67

3
L Tris(2-chloroethyl)amine; (Nitrogen mustard-3) 24.8 98 @ 2mm 0.002 0.022 0.37 mg/m 8.36

3 10.85
Tris(dimethylaminomethyl)phenol, 2,4,6- 3.6 40 240 mg/m
Trisodium arsenate, heptahydrate; (Arsenic(V) acid,
trisodium salt, heptahydrate (1:3:7))
0.13 75 450 mg/m3 13.65

3
L Triton X-100; (Poly(oxyethylene)-p-tert-octylphenyl ether) 2.7 29 360 mg/m

Trypsinogen 6 66 400 mg/m3

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mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

G Tungsten hexafluoride 36.14 17.5 4.9 4.9 64 mg/m3 12.17

L Turpentine -67 154-170 8000 20 20 1,500 ppm 5.72

L Undecane -14.35 195.6 0.24 2.7 16 ppm 6.39

L Undecanone, 2-; (Methyl nonyl ketone) 53.6 223 6880 0.058 0.64 140 ppm 6.96

3
S Uranium hexafluoride; (Uranium fluoride) 147.308 56.5 subl 115 25 3.6 9.6 36 mg/m 14.39

S Uranium oxide; (Triuranium octaoxide) 2372 0.71 10 50 mg/m3 34.42

S Uranium trioxide 0.5 0.5 3 mg/m3 11.69

S Uranium(IV) oxide; (Uranium dioxide) 5207 0.68 10 30 mg/m3 11.04

L Uranyl hydroxide (liquids) 0.77 4.3 26 mg/m3 12.43

6 Uranyl nitrate hexahydrate 140.36 118 1.3 1.3 42 mg/m3 20.52

3 14.80
L Uranyl nitrite (liquids) 0.91 5 30 mg/m

3 4.18
L Valeric acid -30.1 186.4 0.196 25 16000 5.6 61 140 mg/m
3
L Vanadium tetrachloride -14.26 148 7.63 25 0.48 5.3 32 mg/m 7.88

L Vanadium, trichlorooxo- -106.6 126.7 19.3 25 0.059 0.65 3.9 ppm 7.08

L Vegetable oil 45 65 390 mg/m3

Vinyl 2-chloroethylsulfide; (2-Chloroethylthio ethene) 5.8 25 0.031 0.34 2 mg/m3 4.48

L Vinyl acetate -135.76 72.8 75 16.2 26000 6.7 180 610 ppm 3.52

L or G Vinyl bromide -219.172 15.8 750 15.4 90000 1.5 670 2,300 ppm 4.37

G Vinyl chloride -244.912 -13.8 750 -14.1 36000 250 1,200 4,800 ppm 2.55

L Vinyl ethyl ether; (Ethoxy ethene) -175 35.6 428 20 13000 9.4 100 620 ppm 2.95

G Vinyl fluoride -256.9 -72 750 -72.2 26000 570 6,200 37,000 ppm 1.88

L Vinyl sulfoxide 86 @ 18 1.6 25 0.62 6.8 41 mg/m3 4.17542

L fum Vinyl trichlorosilane -139 91.5 65.9 25 30000 0.6 7.3 33 ppm 6.60

L Vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone, 1- 56.3 193 @ 400 mm 1.04E-11 25 14000 0.15 1.2 31 ppm 4.54

3
L Vinylbenzylchloride; (4-Vinylbenzyl chloride) 229 1 56.1 1.2 13 79 mg/m 6.24

L Vinylcyclohexene, 4-; (Cyclohexenylethylene) -149.8 126-127 3E+01 38 10000 0.3 38 310 ppm 4.42

L Vinylformamide, N- 3.2 210 0.1 25 3.1 35 210 mg/m3 2.91

L Vinylidene chloride; (1,1-Dichloroethylene) -188.608 31.6 750 31.2 65000 45 500 1,000 ppm 3.96

G Vinylidene fluoride; (1,1-Difluoroethene) -227.2 <-70 55000 500 500 11,000 ppm 2.62

L Vinylmagnesium bromide 1.2 13 79 mg/m3 5.36

Virginia refrigeration oil 150 and 300; (Mineral oil, petroleum


L 350 1 12 2,000 mg/m3
distillates, hydrotreated (mild) heavy naphthenic)

G Xenon -169.6 -107 65,000 2.30E+05 4.00E+05 ppm 5.37

L Xylene, m- -54.04 139.07 7.5 23.4 11000 150 200 1,000 ppm 4.34

L Xylene, o- -13.36 144.5 7.5 27 9000 150 200 1,000 ppm 4.34

L or S Xylene, p- 55.85 138.23 7.5 22.4 10000 150 200 1,000 ppm 4.34

L Xylenes Grade Dependent 6-16 20 9000 130 920 2,500 ppm 4.34

L Xylidine -32.8 213-226 10000 10 25 150 ppm 4.95

L Xylidine, 2,6- 52.16 216 0.125 25 15000 10 10 150 ppm 4.95

L Xylidine, o-; (2,3-Xylidine) 5 221.5 0.075 25 15000 10 25 150 ppm 4.95

S Zinc phosphide 788 1100 0.0000001 25 0.091 1 1.8 ppm 10.55

V Zirconium fluoride 66 730 4,400 mg/m3 6.83

3
Zirconium oxynitrate hydrate 27 230 1,400 mg/m 10.22

L Zonyl fsn fluorosurfactant 80 41 460 2,700 mg/m3

L zzAcrylic latex 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

zzAlumination 301 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

3
zzHydranal coulomat / AG 30 330 2,000 mg/m

zzHydrocount(R), LSC cocktail 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

zzIconol(R) 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

L zzMachine coolant 1 21.92 100 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

zzMonophase- S 30 330 2,000 mg/m3


3
zzMornar 30 330 2,000 mg/m

L? zzOpti-Fluor; (Alkyl benzene blend, 3% tributylphophate) 25 42 250 mg/m3

zzPropanol (-2) aluminum derivative 6 66 400 mg/m3

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(F) BP (C) VP LEL


flashpoint @ Vapor Pressure (ppm) PAC is based on LEL when the font is:
Physical Chemical Compound melting 760 mm Hg divide by Bold, green, and italicized = 10% PAC < 50% LEL ppm to
State Bold & Large =AEGL point unless indicated 10,000 for Bold, underlined, pink, italicized = 50% PAC < 100% LEL mg/m
3

at Bold = ERPG % Bold, double underlined, red, italicized =PAC LEL


25C (77F) Regular font = TEELS
mm Hg T (C) PAC-1 PAC-2 PAC-3 Units

L zzScintillation cocktail, Ultima Gold XR -22 290-299 2.8 0.5 3 15 mg/m3 8.68

zzSicapent 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

L zzSynthetic resins 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

L zzTotal sequestrant reagent #5 31.1 98 40 100 500 mg/m3

zzTrifluoroacetyl)-N,0,0,0-tetrakis((TMS)norepinephrine, N-( 0.015 0.16 2.2 mg/m3

L zzWaste oil varies Varies 30 330 2,000 mg/m3

This table provides physicochemical information obtained from various references. Note that sometimes these values will differ from reference to reference.
Chemicals with AEGLs: large, bolded font. ERPGs (but no AEGLs): bolded font. 30