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ANTIMONY TRIACETATE

CAS NUMBER 6923-52-0
EINECS NUMBER 230-043-2
MOLECULAR FORMULA Sb(CH3COO)3
 MOLECULAR WEIGHT  298.9 g/mol
 MELTING POINT
128°C
 BOILING POINT
Boiled under decomposition at approx. 260°C

Material specification typical of i2a member companies:


PHYSICAL FORM CRYSTAL/POWDER
PARTICLE SIZE INFORMATION > 100 µm
DEGREE OF PURITY > 95.0 - <=99.9 % (w/w)
OTHER IMPURITIES
(for which the individual composition does not exceed 0.1% and/or are not classified and/or are not relevant for antimony triacetate classification)
<= 5.0 % (w/w)


If you are interested in the registration of Antimony Triacetate please contact i2a no matter which impurity level you have.


Classification and labelling of Antimony Triacetate


Classification and labelling according to CLP/GHS

Antimony Triacetate (Representative sample)

Remarks: The classification and labelling of antimonate triacetate is covered by a group entry in Annex VI of regulation completed with human experience data) (EC) 1272/2008, index No. 051-003-00-9.

CLASSIFICATION

Acute Tox. 4 (H302, H332)

Skin Irrit. 2 (H315)

Aquatic Chronic 2 (H411)

Met. Corr 1 (H290)


LABELLING  
 SIGNAL WORD Warning
 HAZARD PICTOGRAM  GHS05: corrosion


GHS09: environment

 HAZARD STATEMENTS

H332: Harmful if inhaled.

H302: Harmful if swallowed.

H411: Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.

H315: Causes skin irritation.

H290: May be corrosive to metals.
 SPECIFIC CONCENTRATION LIMITS IF CONCENTRATION >=5,0%

STOT Single Exp. 3a

H335 May cause respiratory sensitization
NOTES
Note A, Note 1


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