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123-86-4. H��TMs�0��+���,�Ors�L?�I� 9���7R����w%0��iO�ǰ��޾]1[t�x�ve��]sXw�Д 0�P�A��*��LC�U��}�?�2,������QV��C�a�D_�W�\+E�z�o����!/���,�fy�"~��8�*|�)�%�UZ ��d��0 � tert-BUTYL ACETATE page 2 of 6 This Fact Sheet is a summary source of information of all potential and most severe health hazards that may result from exposure. It can cause burning when exposed to an open flame. In Vitro: Results were negative in an Ames test Footnote 1 and a chromosomal aberration test Footnote 9. 0000000736 00000 n Signal word Warning Hazard statement(s) H226 Flammable liquid and vapour. Butyl acetate, Acetic acid, butyl ester, n-Butyl acetate, n-Butyl ethanoate, 1-Butyl acetate, Acetic acid n-butyl ester.

Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking. NTIS/OTS0558481-1. 0000002646 00000 n CDC is not responsible for Section 508 compliance (accessibility) on other federal or private website. stream Strong oxidizing acids may cause a vigorous reaction that is sufficiently exothermic to ignite the reaction products. startxref In view of this, no data have been developed to determine whether the substance meets the classification criteria for Corrosive to Metals.

<<3E8995D95E56B143B6EC698E04FEAAFA>]>> The available data do not meet the classification criteria for Germ Cell Mutagenicity. Work and Life (Arbete och Halsa). 210-80-0013; Battelle, Pacific Northwest Laboratories Contract 2311104277, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, USDHHS, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA NTIS/OTSPB83-258038. 0000003601 00000 n This substance is not a liquid hydrocarbon. %PDF-1.5 Esters react with acids to liberate heat along with alcohols and acids. EPA/OTS Doc #: 89-931000024. n-Butyl acetate is not a gas. 2 0 obj Under the Hazardous Products Act (HPA), suppliers of hazardous products must, upon the sale or importation of a hazardous product, provide a Safety Data Sheet that meets the requirements set out in the Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR). 0000009062 00000 n below 73°F and BP at or above 100°F.

A second generation reproductive toxicity inhalation study in rats showed statistically significant decreases in F2 pup body weights and absolute testis weights Footnote 11. 0000019055 00000 n Class IB Flammable Liquid: Fl.P.

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Rim, K. T., Kim, S. J., and Lim, C. H. (2015)  In vivo micronucleus test of n-butyl acetate to classify a chemical's mutagenicity according to GHS. <>/ExtGState<>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/Annots[ 14 0 R] /MediaBox[ 0 0 594.96 842.04] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cannot attest to the accuracy of a non-federal website. 0000004522 00000 n 26 34

The available data do not meet the classification criteria for Respiratory Sensitization. Chem Mfgs Assn (1994)  N-butyl acetate - An acute inhalation neurotoxicity study in the rat, with cover letter dated 8/30/94. n-Butyl acetate is not a gas. 123-86-4 Index no. 0000018669 00000 n <>>>

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0000010119 00000 n f n-Butyl Acetate is a FLAMMABLE LIQUID and a DANGEROUS FIRE HAZARD. 0000015633 00000 n 3 0 obj Label Precautions: Keep away from heat, sparks and flame. Wash thoroughly after handling.

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Bushy Run Res Ctr. Another study indicated that concentrations of 1,500, 3,000, and 6,000 ppm reduce motor activity and response to stimulus during exposure.

Although there are some signs of narcotic effects, these effects occur at concentrations above the cut-off of 20 mg/L (4,170 ppm) for a vapour .

LD­50:  10,760 mg/kg (rat) (based on study summary Footnote 1).

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<>>> No human data are available. xref Bushy Run Res Ctr. Section 7.13.1(1)(c) of the HPR excludes from classification any organic liquid that contains oxygen, fluorine or chlorine if those elements are chemically bonded only to carbon and hydrogen. Product name : n-Butyl Acetate CAS-No. 0000006675 00000 n


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0000004443 00000 n Workplace Exposure Limits OSHA: The legal airborne permissible exposure limit (PEL) is

n-Butyl acetate is not a gas. The majority of studies have determined that the LC50 for n-butyl acetate is above the concentration value range for classification.

The classification criteria for Gases Under Pressure do not apply to this substance. %)����9c�HF��:6���_�E�`"��{��7fd��bSh8TN�ag�l��g Sgح�6��@.���䚨7�{YU]*�y���^cka. Vapours may cause drowsiness and dizziness. <> ECETOC (1998)  Eye Irritation: Reference Chemicals Data Bank.

Flammable hydrogen is generated by mixing esters with alkali metals and hydrides. Composition/Information on Ingredients Component CAS-No Weight % tert-Butyl acetate 540-88-5 >95 4. Criteria group for occupational standards (1998)  Scientific Basis for Swedish Occupational Standards XIX. NTIS/OTS0558833.

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EPA/OTS Doc #: 89-970000110.

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Results were negative in a Magnusson-Kligman guinea pig maximization test (GPMT) and a Buehler test (OECD Guideline 406 study) Footnote 1. A secondary 13 week inhalation study in rats showed no systemic organ-specific toxicity [14]. Lundberg,P.

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Forms explosive air-vapour mixture.

n-Butyl acetate is not a solid. First-aid measures General Advice If symptoms persist, call a physician.
n-Butyl acetate is not a microorganism, protein or nucleic acid. 607-025-00-1 Article no. The available data do not meet the classification criteria for Acute Toxicity (Oral).

safety hazards of tert-Butyl Acetate to potentially exposed workers.

The available data do not meet the classification criteria for Specific Target Organ Toxicity – Repeated Exposure. The classification criteria for Organic Peroxides do not apply to this substance.

The available data do not meet the classification criteria for Acute Toxicity (Dermal). <]>>
The available data do not meet the classification criteria for Serious Eye Damage / Eye Irritation. 1.3 Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet Company : Central Drug House (P) Ltd 7/28 Vardaan House New Delhi-10002 Special Remarks on Explosion Hazards: May explode if ignited in an enclosed area.

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0000018857 00000 n n-Butyl acetate has an auto-ignition temperature of 415 °C at 1010 hPa, determined by the EU method A.15 (based on study summary Footnote 1), which is well above the spontaneous ignition temperature for classification. 0000012032 00000 n 0000006678 00000 n