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PROHIBITED CHEMICALS
PROHIBITED CHEMICAL LISTING
CHEMICAL NAME
REASON FOR PROHIBITING
May decompose to chromium (III),known human carcinogen Contact with acids or acid fumes may liberate flammable and poisonous hydrogen sulfide gas, strong skin and mucous irritant Combustible; may be fatal if inhaled, ingested, or absorbed through the skin, confirmed animal carcinogen Irritant; may cause an allergic skin reaction Poison; known human carcinogens, highly toxic Primary high explosive detonable when heated or shaken DEA Schedule I precursor for the production of amphetamine and P2P which is used to produce methamphetamine DEA Schedule I precursor for the production of methamphetamine Positive animal carcinogen, teratogen and mutagen; known human carcinogen, toxic if inhaled or swallowed Known human carcinogen, highly toxic, flammable K–12 Science, Health, and Foreign Language CHEMICAL NAME
REASON FOR PROHIBITING
Highly toxic, positive animal carcinogen, bio-accumulative in all organisms major ingredient is picric acid Flammable; acute central nervous system toxicity Nephrotoxin and hepatotoxin, suspect human carcinogen (OSHA says known carcinogen), absorbs through skin Regulated as a drug in may state; highly addictive, toxic Oxidizer; corrosive; may be fatal if inhaled Suspected human carcinogen, may cause cardia- arrhythmias Highly toxic, corrosive and carcinogenic Highly toxic, 2/100 gram potentially fatal; mutagen Peroxide former, fatalities have occurred (aka Ethylene Dichloride) Dichloropropene Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin, highly explosive Known carcinogen, may explode, high fire risk, absorbs through skin Peroxide former fatalities have occurred DEA Schedule I precursor used in the production of methamphetamine K–12 Science, Health, and Foreign Language CHEMICAL NAME
REASON FOR PROHIBITING
Fire and explosion risk, toxic by inhalation and skin absorption DEA Schedule I precursor used in the production of methamphetamine Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin, inhalation hazard Contains formaldehyde, a suspected human carcinogen and known animal carcinogen Known animal carcinogen and OSHA listed human carcinogen; poison; may cause allergen reaction May be fatal if inhaled, ingested, or absorbed through the skin; possible teratogen Flammable, acute toxin, suspected human carcinogen Corrosive; may be fatal if inhaled or ingested Corrosive; may be fatal if inhaled or ingested; can cause severe burns Corrosive; may be fatal if inhaled or ingested Peroxide former, fatalities have occurred May be fatal if inhaled or ingested; neurotoxin Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin May ignite spontaneously on contact with water or Corrosive; may be fatal if inhaled or ingested DEA Schedule I precursor used in production of methamphetamine Irritant; flammable, inhalation hazard includes birth defects K–12 Science, Health, and Foreign Language CHEMICAL NAME
REASON FOR PROHIBITING
May be fatal if inhaled or ingested, or absorbed through the skin; carcinogen (INDICATOR SOLUTION ARE ALLOWED) Methyl Red Solid (INDICATOR SOLUTION ARE ALLOWED) 2-Methoxy Ethanol Possible teratogen, absorbed through skin May be fatal if inhaled or ingested, or absorbed through the skin (CONCENTRATED, NON-FUMING ACID IS ALLOWED)Nitro Compounds (di or tri) Organo-Peroxides including Benzoyl Peroxide Oleum (32 Molar Sulfuric Acid, fuming Sulfuric Acid) Extremely corrosive, causes severe burns May be fatal if inhaled or ingested, or absorbed through the skin; known human carcinogen Combustible; corrosive; may be fatal if inhaled or ingested, or absorbed through the skin Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Extremely reactive, very toxic when burned, can cause very serious skin burns Reactive in water, source of hydrogen chloride and chlorine gas Combustible; finely dispersed particles form explosive mixture in air; corrosive K–12 Science, Health, and Foreign Language CHEMICAL NAME
REASON FOR PROHIBITING
Peroxide former, fatalities have occurred Flammable, water reactive, peroxide former, fatalities have occurred Spontaneously combustible; explosive in dust or powder form Poison, fatal dose (adult) is t grams, may be absorbed through the skin May be fatal if inhaled or ingested, or absorbed through the skin Peroxide former, fatalities have occurred May be fatal if inhaled or ingested; known human carcinogen Suspected carcinogen, acute toxin, deadly poison Explosive when heated; May be fatal if ingested, or absorbed through the skin Oxidizer; corrosive; known human carcinogen Oxidizer; corrosive; may be fatal if ingested; known human carcinogen Corrosive; may be fatal if inhaled or ingested Contact with acid liberates very toxic gas Corrosive; hydrochloric acid liberated upon contact with moisture and heat Irritant; toxic properties notthoroughly evaluated (SOLUTIONS ARE ALLOWED) (Fuming) Sulfuric Acid (CONCENTRATED, NON-FUMING ACID IS ALLOWED)Tannic Acid K–12 Science, Health, and Foreign Language CHEMICAL NAME
REASON FOR PROHIBITING
May be fatal if inhaled or ingested, or absorbed through the skin Positive animal carcinogen, suspect human carcinogen, may affect reproductive system Water reactive; corrosive; may be fatal if inhaled Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Reasonably anticipated human carcinogen; mutagen Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Reproductive and mutagenic effects in animals Positive animal carcinogen, suspected human carcinogen Combustible; reasonably anticipated human carcinogen May be fatal if inhaled or ingested; known human carcinogen K–12 Science, Health, and Foreign Language RESTRICTED CHEMICALS
RESTRICTED CHEMICAL LISTING
CHEMICAL NAME
REASON FOR RESTRICTION
Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin (Hydrate Salts Are Allowed) Ammonium Bichromate Oxidizer, corrosive, known human carcinogen Poison, strong oxidant, highly toxic to eyes Toxic by inhalation, unsuspected carcinogen carcinogen and mutagen, highly flammable Very toxic, 1 grain may be life threatening Mutagenic effects in animals, poison, toxic to humans Irritant; burning may produce carbon monoxide Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin K–12 Science, Health, and Foreign Language CHEMICAL NAME
REASON FOR RESTRICTION
Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Positive animal and human carcinogen; contains chromium trioxide, a known human carcinogen Chromium(III) Potassium Sulfate Suspected Contains known animal carcinogens and poisons May form explosive peroxides, toxic by inhalation Suspected human carcinogen, animal mutagen Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin, inhalation hazard Animal mutagen, narcotic and nephrotoxin Ethylenediamine Tetra-acetic Acid Animal mutagen FAA Solution Contains formaldehyde and 90% alcohol, poison Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Fire and explosion risk, severely corrosive May be fatal if inhaled or ingested, known human carcinogen K–12 Science, Health, and Foreign Language CHEMICAL NAME
REASON FOR RESTRICTION
Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Possible carcinogen, may be absorbed through skin 4,4'-Methylene bis(2-chloroaniline) Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin 4,4'-Methylene Dianiline Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Fumes may cause increase risk of lung cancer, many nickel compound are animal mutagens and carcinogens (also Nickel(ous) compounds) Suspected carcinogen; ranked as one of the most hazardous (10%)compounds to ecosystems and human health. Extremely explosive if slightly contaminated Decomposed to ferrocyanide upon ingestion Suspected carcinogen, absorbs through skin Suspected carcinogen; extremely flammable; harmful by inhalation and ingestion. Moderately toxic, positive animal carcinogen, suspected human carcinogen, avoid all skin contact Destroys red blood cells, toxic by ingestion K–12 Science, Health, and Foreign Language CHEMICAL NAME
REASON FOR RESTRICTION
Severely toxic by inhalation and ingestion Oxidizer; corrosive; may be fatal if ingested Animal mutagen, poisoning affects kidneys Clothing contaminated with chlorates are extremely flammable Poison; fatal dose < 5 grams, nephrotoxin and neurotoxin (SOLUTIONS ONLY) Sulfamethazine Irritant Thermit Explosive Thymol Tumororigenic, reproductive, and mutagenic effects in animals Nephrotoxin and hepatotoxin; mutagenic effects in animals Suspected carcinogen, sensitizer (allergen) Reproductive and mutagenic animal effects Reproductive and mutagenic animal effects Reproductive and tumorigenic effects in animals K–12 Science, Health, and Foreign Language RESTRICTED CHEMICAL REQUEST FORM

The majority of restricted chemicals need a fume hood and should only be used at high schools.
Restricted chemicals are restricted by use, and/or quantities. Appendix G of the Curriculum and
Professional Development K-12 Science Safety Manual contains a list of restricted chemicals. If
restricted chemicals are present at a school, each chemical is addressed in the school’s written
emergency plan. Science teachers are advised to make careful decisions about the acquisition
and use of laboratory chemicals. If an especially hazardous chemical is deemed essential to a
laboratory activity or demonstration, the responsibility to ensure safe storage and use must be
assumed by the designated teacher using the chemical and a designated site administrator. When
in doubt, contact the appropriate staff from the Curriculum and Professional Development
Science, Health, and Foreign Language Department.
Date: _________________
Name of the chemical: ________________________________________________________
Quantity on hand: ____________________________________________________________
Name of the laboratory: _______________________________________________________
Purpose of laboratory activity: __________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Identify the proper storage location of the chemical : ________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Teacher Signature: __________________________________________________________
Department Coordinator Signature: ___________________________________________
Administrator Signature (to verify approval to purchase this chemical):
___________________________________________________________________________

*A copy of the laboratory activity utilizing this chemical must be stapled to this form.

PLACE A SIGNED COPY IN THE MSDS BINDER IN SCIENCE PREP AREA AND
ANOTHER COPY IN THE MSDS BINDER IN THE DESIGNATED
ADMINISTRATOR’S OFFICE
K–12 Science, Health, and Foreign Language

Source: http://riskmanagement.ccsd.net/media/prohibitedchem09.pdf

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