Copper Sulfate MSDS

jimdoc

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http://www.cen.iitb.ac.in/chemical_approval/msds/76_msds.pdf

https://www.fishersci.com/msds?productName=AC422870050

https://www.scc.losrios.edu/williammiller/files/2014/08/SDS-0-1-m-copperii-sulfate.pdf
 

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Before you use or create a substance, it is always wise to check the MSDS sheet. A link here on grf can be updated every now and then, but can also be outdated. Like the original post from 2013 here. There can also be a difference in acceptable exposure limits and such due to local laws of the country the manufacturer is in.

Just type MSDS and the name of whatever substance you want info on in any internet search engine and you will have the most recent data.

For chemical properties I always use wiki. And the english page is often more complete and elaborate than others. Like the dutch one in my case.
Martijn.
 

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Great Idea. I'd never thought to check on what a chemical did, or what risks came with it.

Thanks so much for pointing that out for me.
 

Thipdar

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jimdoc said:
http://www.cen.iitb.ac.in/chemical_approval/msds/76_msds.pdf

https://www.fishersci.com/msds?productName=AC422870050

https://www.scc.losrios.edu/williammiller/files/2014/08/SDS-0-1-m-copperii-sulfate.pdf

Thanks for the update
 

Thipdar

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Martijn said:
Before you use or create a substance, it is always wise to check the MSDS sheet. A link here on grf can be updated every now and then, but can also be outdated. Like the original post from 2013 here. There can also be a difference in acceptable exposure limits and such due to local laws of the country the manufacturer is in.

Just type MSDS and the name of whatever substance you want info on in any internet search engine and you will have the most recent data.

For chemical properties I always use wiki. And the english page is often more complete and elaborate than others. Like the dutch one in my case.
Martijn.

Thanks for the tip!
 

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anachronism said:
Great Idea. I'd never thought to check on what a chemical did, or what risks came with it.

Thanks so much for pointing that out for me.

You are very welcome, I'm so glad I helped someone with this info. Have a great day my friend!
 
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