Using case study 6.1 found on page 132-133 in your textbook as a guide; create hazardous chemical information for process safety analysis for the dangers of hydrochloric acid. You will need to use the internet to find information regarding standard chemicals.
Make sure to cite your sources at the end of your document. Use Word to create your analysis.
Here is a copy of that case study from the manual.
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CASE STUDY 6.1
HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL INFORMATION FOR PROCESS SAFEW ANALYSIS
Name of chemical Phosphorus chloride (PCl3), sometimes known as phosphorus
Toxicity information Poison by inhalation. Moderately toxic by ingestion
A corrosive irritant to skin, eyes (at 2 parts per million (ppm)), and
Lethal dose (for -50% of population):
Rats (oral): .5.50 mg/kg
Lethal concentrations for inhalation (for -50% of population)
Rats: 104 ppm for 4 hours
Guinea pigs: 50 ppm for 4 hours
Permission exposure limits OSHA PEL: 8-hour time-weighted average
Physical data Clear, colorless, fuming liquid
Melting point: *l I 1.8″C
Boiling point:76 C
Density: 1.514 at 2l C
Vapor pressure: 100 mm of mercury at 2l C
Reactive data Highly reactive with a variety of acids. Oxidizers,
and even water or steam. Fire and explosion
Corrosives data Department of Transportation Classification:
Thermal and chemical stability Dangerous; when heated to decomposition. it
emits highly toxic fumes chlorides and PO…
Can react with oxidizing materials
Hazardous mixing Potentially explosive with nitric acid, sodium peroxide.
oxygen (above 100″C). Violent reaction with water evolves hydrogen
chloride and diphosphane gas. which then ignite? Will react with water.
Steam. Or acids to produce heat and toxic corrosive fumes.