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Boiling   Freezing   Vapor   Vapor   Specific   Water    pH         Odor       Evaporation   Viscosity
       Point   Point     Pressure   Density   Gravity   Solubility         Threshold   Rate
       23 F (-5   -164 F (-  910   1.87    0.6211 @   0.05% @   Not        1.6 ppm    >25 (butyl  0.00075
       C)      109 C)    mmHg @   (Air=1)   20 C      20 C      applicable            acetate=1)  mPa.s
                         20 C                                                                     (0.00075
                                                                                                  centipoise)
                                                                                                  @ 20 C
                                                                                                  and
                                                                                                  101.33
                                                                                                  kPa;  0.33
                                                                                                  mPa.s
                                                                                                  (0.33
                                                                                                  centipoise)
                                                                                                  @ -40 C;
                                                                                                  0.25
                                                                                                  mPa.s
                                                                                                  (0.25
                                                                                                  centipoise)
                                                                                                  @ 0 C

       Molecular   Molecular    Density   Weight per   Volatility by   Volatility   Solvent Solubility
       Weight      Formula                Gallon      Volume
       54.09       C-H2:C-H-C-  Not       Not         100%         Not        Soluble: Organic solvents, ether, acetone, benzene,
                   H:C-H2       available   available              applicable   ethanol, cyclohexane, methanol, carbon
                                                                              tetrachloride, chloroform

      Section 10: Stability and Reactivity


       Stability                              Conditions to Avoid                     Incompatible Materials
       May explode if exposed to shock, friction or   May explode if exposed to shock, friction or   Metal carbide, metal salts, combustible
       heating. Stable when inhibited. Explosive, shock-   heating. Stable when inhibited. Explosive, shock-   materials, metals, oxidizing materials,
       and heat-sensitive polymeric peroxides may be   and heat-sensitive polymeric peroxides may be   halogens, metal oxides, copper,
       produced in the presence of air. The polyperoxide   produced in the presence of air. The polyperoxide   aluminum tetrahydroborate,
       formed is insoluble in 1,3-butadiene and forms a   formed is insoluble in 1,3-butadiene and forms a   vinylacetylene, crotonaldehyde, boron
       separate layer, thus increasing the hazard.   separate layer, thus increasing the hazard.   triflouride and phenol

       Hazardous Decomposition   Possibility of Hazardous Reactions
       Products
       Oxides of carbon          May polymerize. Avoid contact with heat, air, light, initiators or curing agents. May polymerize with evolution of
                                 heat. Closed containers may rupture violently.

      Section 11: Toxicology Information


       Acute Effects
       Oral LD50            Dermal LD50   Inhalation
       5480 mg/kg oral-rat LD50  Not established   Irritation, nausea, headache, drowsiness, dizziness, loss of coordination

       Eye Irritation                         Skin Irritation     Sensitization
       Irritation, blurred vision at very high concentration   Liquid: blisters, frostbite  Central nervous system depression, cancer hazard (in humans)
       Chronic Effects
       Carcinogenicity                                                     Mutagenicity   Reproductive   Developmental
                                                                                       Effects         Effects
       OSHA: Carcinogen; NTP: Known Human Carcinogen; IARC: Human Limited Evidence,   Available.   Available.   No data
       Animal Sufficient Evidence, Group 2A; ACGIH: A2 -Suspected Human Carcinogen; EC:
       Category 2








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