endobj endobj �ʁt�1H��@aL*9�K?$��H�%_!�+�� C� endstream Sigma-Aldrich offers a number of Formic acid products. Explosion: Above flash point, vapor-air mixtures are explosive within flammable limits … 3 0 obj <> stream endobj x�3R��2�35W(�2�300P@&�ҹ endobj 5 0 obj endstream - No smoking. 6 0 obj <> Flammable limits in air % by volume: lel: 18; uel: 57 Combustible Liquid and Vapor! endstream /Length 4663 >> <> stream Flammable liquids Reason for no classification: data conclusive but not sufficient for classification Flammable solids Reason for no classification: data conclusive but not sufficient for classification Self-reactive substances and mixtures Reason for no classification: data conclusive but not sufficient for classification Pyrophoric liquids <> endobj <> 16 0 obj << 5 0 obj <> {��ũf�؇�ݹ\�r.qk��K�K6����`�}q*_c���9�!\����?\�0Υ-����U�����c����������¾k �����ؓ7`���:��2��_�x���O7? /Type /Catalog 7 0 obj <> The concentrated acid is corrosive to the skin. <> %PDF-1.4 It is a colorless, clear, and … Reacts with diazo compounds, dithiocarbamates, isocyanates, mercaptans, nitrides, and sulfides to generate flammable or toxic gases. P233 Keep container tightly closed. >> endobj Formic acid has low toxicity (hence its use as a food additive), with an LD50 of 1.8 g/kg (tested orally on mice). 1 0 obj �ʁt�1H��@aL*9�K?$��X�%_!�+�� a� x�3R��2�35W(�2�300P@&�ҹ endobj endobj stream Reacts with active metals to form gaseous hydrogen and a metal salt. x��[{�e�Y�"ў�:���q�=����p�3w:�Ν{�0�3U�w�ܹ�>�u�� I34���YS鐶�&�6jH�X�Ub� A��Jbb"��@���Z{���هy012�}��[�����Z�H�DF�_�1���4�Y�p�u(�F�B[�!�,����d�S&�lt���E��֡�(�RJ�i���r6���"�,��oQ�L3&t�d��*��z˭. 11 0 obj /Pages 2 0 R x�3R��2�35W(�2�300P@&�ҹ >> stream endobj ����;�y}������I_�O�������&yp�. endstream endstream �ʁt�1H��@aL*9�K?$��T�%_!�+�� �� �+R@&�ҹ 6f� <> /FitWindow true endobj endstream /Filter [ /FlateDecode ] x��}i������%��\� ;�dKyZ�e��-�m����n��`̈́=��O.�� �z�PUy^&ֻ���^��;;�S�=���23��?��_]��_��͕��1�s��>�M�~s��p]���x���'�o�rug����������0�� 73�՛��^v�>O%��?����߮�^�零����v���'�?y����O���ݝoO��O?�1{�撧O���uU�>]��C�M������Oy.��4e���vl�K����ކs��f�G��-z��9�����������&�s\z3�2�m}��q�?�_�2����Ƣ�mz����џ��yw��oc~~eζ\��4�6�������?�����? <> /NonFullScreenPageMode /UseNone <> 4 0 obj <> 18 0 obj 9 0 obj %���� endobj Formic Acid > 85%, < 90% Hazard Statements H226 Flammable liquid and vapour. /Length 13988 Supplementary Precautionary Statements P210 Keep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surfaces. x�3R��2�35W(�2�300P@&�ҹ x�3R��2�35W(�*T0P�R0T(�Y@���@QC= P A�J��� �1Tp�W� endstream Formic acid is a low flammable, biodegradable, and stable liquid under ambient conditions, with a boiling point of 101°C and a freezing point of 8.3°C. <> 14 0 obj endobj Reacts with sulfites, nitrites, … H318 Causes serious eye damage. x�3R��2�35W(�2�300P@&�ҹ stream /PageMode /UseNone <>/Group <> "Formic acid in 85% concentration is not (in)flammable". /PageLayout /SinglePage endobj 19 0 obj �ʁt�1H��@aL*9�K?$��L�%_!�+�� �� endobj 1 0 obj stream ?�z�����W/ˌ�l8������O�E������������3���g��e��>���g�?yQ����� FORMIC ACID reacts exothmerically with all bases, both organic (for example, the amines) and inorganic. 10 0 obj �ʁt�1H��@aL*9�K?$��\�%_!�+�� �� endobj stream H302 Harmful if swallowed. 12 0 obj View information & documentation regarding Formic acid, including CAS, MSDS & more. endobj �ʁt�1H��@aL*9�K?$��B�%_!�+�� �� x�3R��2�35W(�2�300P@&�ҹ Flash Point and explosive limits are for 90% aqueous solutions of formic acid. endobj 17 0 obj stream 13 0 obj <> 8 0 obj x�3R��2�35W(�2�300P@&�ҹ >> stream endobj �ʁt�1H��@aL*9�K?$��D�%_!�+�� � endstream /ViewerPreferences << 15 0 obj That means that under the traditional rules it was considered combustible but not flammable (which was reserved for liquids whose flash point was less than or equal to 100 °F). stream formic acid ... CAD - Chemical Agents Directive, Art. %PDF-1.2 <> H331 Toxic if inhaled. H314 Causes severe skin burns and eye damage. << The only way I can see ignorance of the meaning of "inflammable" leading to a fire hazard would be if: 1) there was a fire, 2) the only liquid at hand was a large volume of formic acid, 3) someone looked up wikipedia to see if they could use the acid to extinguish the fire, 4) they thought that sentance was a weird double negative that meant the acid was … Reacts with cyanide salts to generate gaseous hydrogen cyanide. <> <> Fire data listed is for formic acid. 2(b)(i) - Hazardous Agents, Waste Framework Directive, Annex III - Waste - Hazardous Properties, Fertiliser Regulation- Annex I, E.3 (chelating and complexing agents)

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