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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.

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Publication Date: 19 May 2016
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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.

 

 

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Publication Date: 09 May 2016
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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.

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Publication Date: 05 May 2016
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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.

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Publication Date: 28 April 2016
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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

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Publication Date: 14 April 2016
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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.

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Publication Date: 11 April 2016
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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.

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Publication Date: 21 March 2016
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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.

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Publication Date: 08 March 2016
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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?

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Publication Date: 08 March 2016
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Risk Assessment: How long is a Risk Assessment current for please?

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Publication Date: 23 February 2016
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