0.1N AQUEOUS SOLUTION OF SILVER NITRATE - Synonyme de NITRATE D'ARGENT EN SOLUTION AQUEUSE 1.7% (0.1N)

 

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Identification

Description


Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • NITRATE D'ARGENT 0.1N
  • Nitrate d'argent 1,7% (0,1N)
  • NITRATE D'ARGENT 1.7% (0.1N)
  • NITRATE D'ARGENT EN SOLUTION AQUEUSE 0.1N
  • NITRATE D'ARGENT EN SOLUTION AQUEUSE 1.7% (0.1N)
  • NITRATE D'ARGENT N/10
  • NITRATE D'ARGENT, 0.1N

Noms anglais :

  • 0.1N AQUEOUS SOLUTION OF SILVER NITRATE
  • 1.7% (0.1N) AQUEOUS SOLUTION OF SILVER NITRATE
  • 1.7% (0.1N) SILVER NITRATE IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION
  • AQUEOUS SOLUTION OF SILVER NITRATE 1.7% (0.1N)
  • SILVER NITRATE 0.1N
  • Silver nitrate 1,7 % (0,1N)
  • SILVER NITRATE 1.7%
  • SILVER NITRATE 1.7% (0.1N)
  • SILVER NITRATE IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION 1.7% (0.1N)
  • SILVER NITRATE N/10
Composition
Nom de l'ingrédient No CAS Concentration
Nitrate d'argent 7761-88-8 0.1-4   % P/P
Eau 7732-18-5 81-100   % P/P

Utilisation et sources d'émission

Agent de dosage analytique

Références

Autres sources d'information

  • American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists, 2010 TLVs and BEIs with 7th edition documentation CD-ROM. Cincinnati, OH : ACGIH. (2010). Publication 0111CD. [CD-120061]   http://www.acgih.org
  • Weast, R.C., Astle, M.J. et Beyer, W.H., CRC handbook of chemistry and physics. 69th ed., 1988-1989. Boca Raton (Fla.) : CRC Press. (1988).
  • Grant, W.M., Toxicology of the eye : effects on the eyes and visual systems from chemicals, drugs, metals and minerals, plants, toxins and venoms; also, systemic side effects from eye medications. 3rd. ed. Springfield (ILL) : Charles C. Thomas. (1986). [RM-515030]
  • Patty, F.A., Patty's industrial hygiene and toxicology. Vol. 2, 3rd ed. New York : John Wiley & Son. (1978).
  • MALLINCKRODT. SILVER NITRATE R.S., 9/5/1986. (MSDS INFORMATION HANDLING SERVICES 5846-098 C-13)
  • National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health et États-Unis. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Occupational health guidelines for chemical hazards. Vol. 1. Cincinnati : Centers for Disease Control. (1981-). DHSS-NIOSH 81-123. [RR-015002]   http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/81-123/

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