Bromine Water: I have been asked to make up bromine water for testing its reaction with hydrocarbons. I know that this is very toxic and requires an S7 Poisons Permit.
Chem register: Hi. Do you have a register that I can download that lists chemicals for schools please? One that is updated with the GHS.
Use of chemicals: lead (II) nitrate and phenolphthalein. According to a Risk Assessment, lead (II) nitrate and phenolphthalein are hazardous to fertility and unborn children.
Reaction between iron and sulfur: When we conduct the reaction between Fe and S, it seems to create SO2, which is toxic, and sometimes I smell H2S.
Use of Liquid Nitrogen: Are there any restrictions to using liquid nitrogen in school laboratories? If appropriate storage is sourced and safety procedures are followed, can teachers perform liqui
Potassium dichromate in the determination of alcohol content in wine: A prac for the determination of alcohol content in wine has been suggested for our Year 12 chemistry students.
Chemical Safety: Hello. I would just like to ask what chemicals can be stored safely together.
In a chemical storeroom, as in which classes can be put together. Thank you.
Legal temperature for the chemical storeroom in schools: I would like to know if there is a legal requirement for the temperature that a chemical storeroom should be kept at.
GHS labelling: I have a question about GHS labelling.
Does everything need to be GHS labelled, for example, common household items like sugar, salt, oil, dish wash liquid etc, etc?
Risk Assessment: How long is a Risk Assessment current for please?