MSDS stands for Material Safety Data Sheet. All chemicals that you work with at school have an MSDS on file. The MSDS provides information about a chemical's toxicity, health hazards, physical properties, fire, and reactivity data—including storage, spill, and handling precautions. Please note, that some chemicals may display the revised Safety Data Sheets (SDS). Many of sections of the SDS are comparable to those on the MSDS. For example, first aid information will still be found in Section 4 of the SDS.
View a section of an MSDS below.
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