Chemical Hazard Symbols and Signs and Their Meanings: A Detailed Guide - dangerous chemicals in sk

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Chemical Hazard Symbols and Signs and Their Meanings: A Detailed Guide - dangerous chemicals in skin care products

by:NOX BELLCOW     2019-11-11
Chemical Hazard Symbols and Signs and Their Meanings: A Detailed Guide  -  dangerous chemicals in skin care products
If you are a scientist, doing chemistry at home, in a garage, and in a lab, and even in ordinary people with hazardous substances at home and in a garage, safety is essential.
There are many dangers lurking in the lab and home waiting for you.
You need to be extra careful from chemicals to Ben Sheng lamps.
However, especially in schools, students are told about the chemicals, their dangers and how to prevent any accidents.
However, even at home and in the garage, hazardous chemicals can lie there without your attention.
Caustic sodium (alkali) used to clean drain pipes and soap manufacturing is extra-
Corrosive, it will eat your meat if it is in contact with your skin.
The moss killer used on the garden terrace is corrosive.
Fortunately, there are dangerous symbols on any product classified as harmful.
The center aims to explain all the different hazard symbols and their meanings.
Mark with black X on an orange background.
This is the case with many products, such as many weak acids or weak bases.
If you apply it to the skin, it causes it to turn red and bubble.
If you are using irritating products, be sure to wear goggles and gloves.
Wash any spills on the skin.
The word Corrosive comes from the Latin verb corrodere, which means a strong solution of strong alkali such as "gnawing" caustic soda, which is highly Corrosive.
If it comes into contact with your skin, it will burn and eat your meat.
Corrosive substances are very dangerous. be careful when handling them!
Be sure to wear eye protection, face protection and gloves.
If your eyes are exposed to corrosive substances, it can lead to permanent blindness.
A drop of corrosive substances on the eyes may be 2-10 seconds!
They can appear in any material state: solid, liquid, or gas.
Corrosive substances of low concentration are often called "irritating ".
These substances burn very strongly when lit at a relatively low temperature.
Be careful in the vicinity of a fire, high temperature or any other form of impact, as they can be ignited almost instantly, so do so to prevent any accidental fire.
Lead oxide is considered a toxic substance.
Any intake or inhalation of toxic substances can cause difficulties in the respiratory system and other systems, resulting in death.
You must be very careful when dealing with these substances.
Wear masks, eye protection and gloves at all times.
Instead of burning on their own, these substances produce oxygen for combustion of highly flammable substances.
If you are using an oxidized substance, it can cause your clothes to catch fire, so wear eye protection and anti-aging clothing
Flammable laboratory coating.
It is not common to get an explosive substance in the home, but in case you encounter it in your daily life, it is convenient to know what this symbol looks like, as you can see on the right.
Explosive material is extremely dangerous because it has huge potential energy of heat, light, sound and power.
You may have understood these substances as "bombs" more simply ".
It is recommended that these substances be kept away from heat, fire and other forms of impact, as it is very easy to burn.
This logo means "high pressure" and is also a very good warning sign!
The term "High Voltage" means that at such a high voltage, if any creature is close to it, it can cause damage or even death.
If you see such a sign in an industrial place, don't go anywhere near that area because the power is too high and it will kill you or seriously hurt you.
Since some equipment requires high pressure to work, this logo is likely to be used in the industrial and scientific fields.
You can also find this logo in the distribution center.
Biological hazards, also known as biological hazards, refer to microorganisms or biological substances that pose a threat to the health of biological organisms.
These hazards include toxins, viruses, dangerous bacteria and infectious microorganisms.
You will find this sign Hospital and the biochemistry laboratory in the pharmaceutical factory in the laboratory, because the scientists working there must test virus samples and other bacteria that may pose a threat to the health of the staff there.
The logo is also used for product labeling that includes subcutaneous injection needles, samples and other substances.
Be very careful when using these substances and always wear masks and gloves.
For more information on how to handle such products, please consult the scientists working in the laboratory.
This symbol represents a substance that can harm or kill any creature in the environment.
This may include aquatic species in lakes killed due to hazardous substances being thrown around the area.
Substances like this may include liquor used to clean clothes and paint.
If you are exposed to this substance, do not throw it into the sewer, underground, lake or any other natural habitat, as it may kill or harm trees, plants, fish, animals and other creatures.
Always handle such substances with great care, and always with care, in bins that allow toxic and hazardous substances to be thrown in.
Please consult the council for more information.
This picture shows that chemical liquids or gases may cause problems for organisms including breathing, sensory, and nervous systems.
These substances are very dangerous and life-threatening!
Do not contact these substances, please consult scientists for more information. Please Note. . .
The author of this article does not advocate any liability for accidents occurring in the laboratory, please feel free to consult experts for more information.
All the experiments are at your own risk.
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