Material Safety Data Sheet
Science Stuff, Inc.
1104 Newport Ave
Austin, TX 78753
Phone (512) 837-6020
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Section 1 Identification
Product Number:C1665 
Health:
Flammability
Reactivity
Hazard Rating:
LeastSlightModerateHighExtreme
01234
NA = Not Applicable NE = Not Established
Product Name:Dextrose (Glucose) Anhydrous Laboratory Grade
Trade/Chemical Synonyms 
Formula:C–H‘’O–
RTECS:NONE 
C.A.SCAS# 50-99-7
Section 2 Component Mixture
Sara 313ComponentCAS Number%DimExposure Limits:
Dextrose (Glucose) Anhydrous CAS# 50-99-7 100% W/W TXDS: orl-rat LD•: 25,800 mg/Kg 
Section 3 Hazard Identification (Also see section 11)
Generally not hazardous in normal handling, however good laboratory practices should always be used. Avoid long term exposure to skin or by inhalation. 
Section 4 First Aid Measures
Generally not hazardous in normal handling, however good laboratory practices should always be used. Avoid long term exposure to skin or by inhalation.

FIRST AID: SKIN: Wash exposed area with soap and water. If irritation persists, seek medical attention.

EYES: Wash eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes, lifting lids occasionally. Seek Medical Aid. INHALATION: Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen

INGESTION: Give several glasses of milk or water. Vomiting may occur spontaneously, but it is not necessary to induce. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
Section 5 Fire Fighting Measures
Fire Extinguisher Type:Water spray, Carbon dioxide, dry chemical
Fire/Explosion Hazards:May react violently with strong oxidizers
Fire Fighting Procedure:Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing to prevent contact with skin and clothing.
Section 6 Accidental Release Measures
Sweep up and place in suitable (fiberboard) containers for reclamation or later disposal.
Section 7 Handling and Storage
Store in a cool dry place. Do not get in eyes, on skin, on clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling 
Section 8 Exposure Controls & Personal Protection
Respiratory Protection:Dust mask
Ventilation: Mechanical: Hand Protection:Wear appropriate gloves to prevent skin exposure
Local Exhaust: Eye Protection:Safety gogglels
Other Protective Equipment: Wear appropriate clothing to prevent skin exposure
Section 9 Physical and Chemical Properties
Melting Point:146 Deg CSpecific Gravity1.544
Boiling Point:Information not available Percent Volatile by Volume:0
Vapor Pressure:Information not available Evaporation Rate:0
Vapor Density: Information not available Evaporation Standard:
Solubility in Water: 47% Auto ignition Temperature: Not applicable
Appearance and Odor: White odorless granular powder Lower Flamm. Limit in Air: Not applicable
Flash Point: Information not available Upper Flamm. Limit in Air: Not applicable
Section 10 Stability and Reactivity Information
Stability: StableConditions to Avoid: Incompatibilities
Materials to Avoid:
Oxidizers
Hazardous Decomposition Products:
Burning may produce toxic carbon monoxide
Hazardous Polymerization:Will Not Occur
Condition to Avoid:None known
Section 11 Additional Information
Incase of contact with eyes wash with plenty of water. If irritation persists, medical attention. Incase of skin contact wash with soap and water. If inhaled move to fresh air and seek medical assistance.Inhalation of dust may be irritating to upper respiratory passages. Persons with pre-existing disorders may be more susceptible. No target organs reported. 
DOT Classification: Not Regulated
DOT regulations may change from time to time. Please consult the most recent version of the relevant regulations.
Revision No:0Date Entered: 9/1/2006 Approved by: WPF

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