Material Safety Data Sheet
ORANGE BITTER DOMINICAN - Product No: 56
citrus aurantium
ESSENTIAL OIL
Liberty Natural Home
Terms & Definitions
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Identification
FEMA No2823
CAS No.68916-04-1
Chemical Name
HealthSlightly hazardous.
FlammabilityWill ignite if moderately heated.
ReactivityStable and not reative with water.
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Fire, Explosion & Reactivity
Flash Point48C 118F
Extinguishing Media CO2-Yes | FOAM-Yes | DRY-Yes |
Dot Classification
StabilitySTABLE
NFPA Classification
Fire FightingCOOL CONTAINERS EXPOSED TO FLAME WITH WATER; wear protective clothing to prevent contact with skin and eyes
Unusual Fire Hazardclosed containers may build up pressure at elevated temperatures. if flames should occur durng a fire if possible spray containers with cool water.
Hazardous Combustable
Decomposition Products
FORMS CARBON AND/OR DIOXIDE UPON BURNING
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Physical Data
Color & OdorPale yellowish-brown liquid with a fresh yet bitter odor with an unusual floral undertone. Clear to amber - typical of oranges
Boiling Point
Melting PointNA
Vapor PressureNF
Vapor DensityNA
Water SolubilityINSOLUBLE
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Protection Data
Respiratoryin well ventialted areas respiratory protection is not normally required.ûin confined, poorly ventialted areas the use of niosh approved respiratoryûprotection may be required.
VentilationLOCAL EXHAUST (EXPLOSION PROOF). provide adequate ventilation.
SkinPROTECTIVE GLOVES. the use of chemical resistant gloves is recommended.ûacceptable industrial hygiene practices shoudl be maintained.
Eyethe use of safety glasses in recommended. the use of splash goggles isûrecommended if splashing may occur.
OtherFOLLOW GOOD INDUSTRIAL PRACTICES
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Occupational Exposure Limit
Threshold LimitNO EST
OSHA Permissible
Limit
NOT EST
CarcinogenNOT EST
NTP LimitNO
IARC LimitNO
OSHA LimitNO
Carcinogen Notes
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Health Hazards
Material TypeNATURAL ESSENTIAL OIL
Health Hazard LIQUID MAY IRRITATE EYES & SKIN OR CAUSE DERMATITIS.
Primary Entry RoutesSKIN OR BREATHING
Health Hazard
Notes
MAY CAUSE DERMATITIS AFTER SKIN CONTACT IN SUNLIGHT.
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Emergency First Aid
InhalationREMOVE PERSON TO WELL VENTILATED AREA & FOLLOW NORMAL-FIRST AID PROCDDURES. CALL A PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.
Eye ContactIMMEDIATELY FLUSH WITH LARGE QUANTITIES OF WATER FOR AT LEAST-15 MINUTES. CALL A PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.
Skin ContactWASH WITH SOAP & WATER. FLUSH WITH LARGE QUANTITIES OF WATER.
IngestionDO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.-ADMINISTER WATER OR MILK TO DILUTE. CONTACT POISON CONTROL OR-SEE A PHYSICIAN.
First Aid Notes
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Spill, Leakage & Disposal Procedures
Spill ProceduresCONTAIN SPILLED MATERIAL.-REMOVE ANY SOURCE OF FLAME OR SPARKS. IF IN A CONFINED AREA, NIOSH APPROVED-RESPIRATORY PROTECTION MAY BE REQUIRED. ABSORB SPILLS WITH VERMICULITE SMALL SPILLS: WIPE UP WITH PAPER RAGS & PLACE CONTAMINATED ITEMS IN-OR OTHER SUITABLE ABSORBENT MATERIAL AND ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT LAWS AND REGULATIONSCLOSED METAL WASTE CONTAINER. LARGE SPILLS: USE NON FLAMMABLE ABSORBANT
Waste DisposalCOVER WITH AN INERT NON-COMBUSTIBLE ABSORBENT MATERIAL AND REMOVE TO AN-APPROVED DIPOSAL CONTAINER. DISPOSE OF IN ACCORDANCE-FEDERAL, STATE & LOCAL LAWS.
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Handling & Shipping Procedures
Handling & Shipping
Procedures
it is recommended that this material be stored in a cool, well ventilated area avoiding open flames or other sources of ignition. to avoid possible ignition by static discharge, all equipment, transfer lines and containers used to handle or transfer this material should be electrically grounded. STORE IN TIGHTLY SEALED CONTAINERS IN COOL DRY AREA. DO NOT EXPOSE TO-TEMPERATURES ABOVE 35C
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SARA 313 Chemical Breakdown
SARA Chemical
Name
NONE
SARA ConcentrationNONE

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