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Hazardous Chemical Details

Cas Number 7803-51-2
Chemical Name phosphine
Chemical Synonym
Hazard Category Flammable gas – category 1
Gases under pressure
Acute toxicity – category 2
Skin corrosion – category 1B
Hazardous to the aquatic environment (acute) – category 1
Hazard Statement H220 (Extremely flammable gas)
H330 (Fatal if inhaled)
H314 (Causes severe skin burns and eye damage)
H400 (Very toxic to aquatic life)
Pictogram Pictogram of 
Flame
GHS02 ( Flame )
Pictogram of Gas Cylinder GHS04 (Gas Cylinder)
Pictogram of Skull and Crossbones GHS06 (Skull and Crossbones)
Pictogram of Corrosion GHS05 (Corrosion)
Pictogram of Environment GHS09 (Environment)
Signal Word Danger
Cut-offs
Notes U (When put on the market gases should be classified as ‘Gases under pressure’, in one of the groups compressed gas, liquefied gas, refrigerated liquefied gas or dissolved gas. The group depends on the physical state in which the gas is packaged and therefore has to be assigned case by case.)
Sources EU (Classification information for chemical is taken from the European Union’s Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation.)

Hazardous Chemical History

Date Description
23/06/2016 Chemical Added