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Usage

This box can be used as a module in the {{chembox}}. Copy the left column into an existing chembox, before the first section, and give the section a unique number 0–9. For example first line here can be "| Section7 = {{Chembox Hazards".

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| Section7 = {{Chembox Hazards
| Hazards_ref =
<!-- (data page) -->
| ExternalSDS = 
| GHSPictograms = 
| GHSSignalWord = 
| HPhrases = 
| PPhrases = 
| EUClass = 
| RPhrases = 
| SPhrases = 
| RSPhrases = 
| MainHazards = 
| IngestionHazard = 
| InhalationHazard = 
| EyeHazard = 
| SkinHazard = 
| NFPA-F = 
| NFPA-H = 
| NFPA-R = 
| NFPA-S = 
| NFPA_ref = 
| FlashPt =
| FlashPtC =
| FlashPt_notes =
| FlashPt_ref =
| AutoignitionPt =
| AutoignitionPtC =
| AutoignitionPt_ref=
| AutoignitionPt_notes=
| ExploLimits = 
| TLV = 
| TLV-TWA = 
| TLV-STEL = 
| TLV-C = 
| LD50 = 
| LDLo = 
| LC50 = 
| LCLo = 
| PEL =
| REL = 
| IDLH =
| NIOSH_id =
| NIOSH_ref =
 }}
{{Chembox Hazards}} - complete list
link to (data page)#Safety data sheet
link to an external Material safety data sheet (MSDS)
Danger pictograms according to GHS 
GHS Signal Word - See Category:GHS templates
GHS Hazard statements
GHS Precautionnary statements
Risk phrases (EU system)
Safety phrases (EU system)








Flammability by NFPA 704, red. See {{NFPA 704 diamond}} documentation
Health, blue. Health hazard code (0–4 or -)
Reactivity, yellow. Reactivity hazard code (0–4 or -)
Special hazards, white. Other hazard codes (like W, OX, RA, -. See list)
Reference for the NFPA fire diamond
Flash point, any text
 Temperature, number in C. Can be a range: '50 to 60'. Also _PtF, _PtK. (see: temperatures)
 
 
Autoignition point, any text
 Temperature, number in C. Can be a range: '50 to 60'. Also _PtF, _PtK. (see: temperatures)
 
 

PEL
Threshold Limit Value
Threshold Limit Value: Time Weighted Average
Threshold Limit Value: Short Time Exposure Limit

Lethal dose for half a population either by oral, dermal or intravenous
 

Uses

 [[{{PAGENAME}} (data page)#Material Safety Data Sheet]]


Example

  • Example data from Ammonia and other
Chembox Hazards
Hazards
Safety data sheet ICSC 0414 (anhydrous)
GHS pictograms GHS-pictogram-bottle.svgGHS-pictogram-acid.svg[1]
H221, H280, H314, H331, H400[1]
P210, P261, P273, P280, P305+351+338, P310[1]
Toxic T Corrosive C
R-phrases R10, R23
S-phrases (S1/2), S9
NFPA 704
Flammability code 1: Must be pre-heated before ignition can occur. Flash point over 93 °C (200 °F). E.g., canola oil Health code 3: Short exposure could cause serious temporary or residual injury. E.g., chlorine gas Reactivity code 0: Normally stable, even under fire exposure conditions, and is not reactive with water. E.g., liquid nitrogen Special hazard RA: Radioactive. E.g., plutoniumNFPA 704 four-colored diamond
Special hazard RA: Radioactive. E.g., plutonium
Flash point flammable gas (see text)
651 °C (1,204 °F; 924 K)
Explosive limits 15–28%
100 mg
Lethal dose or concentration (LD, LC):
0.015 mL/kg (human, oral)
0.2 mL/kg
US health exposure limits (NIOSH):[3]
PEL (Permissible)
50 ppm (25 ppm ACGIH- TLV; 35 ppm STEL)
REL (Recommended)
75 ppm
IDLH (Immediate danger)
100 ppm
Except where otherwise noted, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C [77 °F], 100 kPa).
Infobox references
{{Chembox
| Section7 = {{Chembox Hazards
| ExternalSDS = [http://www.inchem.org/documents/icsc/icsc/eics0414.htm ICSC 0414] (anhydrous)
| GHSPictograms = {{GHSp|GHS04}}{{GHSp|GHS05}}<ref name="sigma">{{Sigma-Aldrich|id=294993|name=Ammonia|accessdate=2013-07-20}}</ref>
| HPhrases = {{H-phrases|221|280|314|331|400}}<ref name="sigma" />
| PPhrases = {{P-phrases|210|261|273|280|305+351+338|310}}<ref name="sigma" />
| RPhrases = {{R10}}, {{R23}}
| SPhrases = {{S1/2}}, {{S9}}
| EUIndex = 007-001-00-5 (anhydrous)<br />
007-001-01-2 (solutions)
| EUClass = {{Hazchem T}} {{Hazchem C}}
| NFPA-F = 1
| NFPA-H = 3
| NFPA-R = 0
| NFPA-S = RA
| NFPA_ref = <ref>Some source here</ref>
| FlashPt = flammable gas (''see text'')
| AutoignitionPtC = 651
| ExploLimits = 15–28%
| TLV = 100 mg
| LD50 = 0.015 mL/kg (human, oral)
| LC50 = 0.2 mL/kg
| PEL = 50 ppm (25 ppm [[ACGIH]]- TLV; 35 ppm [[STEL]])
| REL = 75 ppm
| IDLH = 100 ppm
| NIOSH_id = 0174
 }}}}

Subtemplates used

See also

References

These references will appear in the article, but this list appears only on this page.
  1. ^ a b c Sigma-Aldrich Co., Ammonia. Retrieved on 2013-07-20.
  2. ^ Some source here
  3. ^ "NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards".