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  • Chemical Inventory Instructions Questions & Answers
    some examples of other chemicals with that same formula L Amphetamine the drug is clearly highly biologically active 2 4 5 Trimethylaniline is a carcinogen N N Dimethylobenzylamine is a skin absorbable moderate poison that may be a sensitizer and can cause an allergic reaction for some individuals Chemical formulas are also not acceptable as names on labels for chemicals even if they are unique For example instead of labeling a bottle with HCl and EtOH write Hydrochloric Acid and Ethanol respectively Emergency response personnel do not always know chemical formulas But they do know how to look up a chemical name in a reference to get more information Most hazardous chemical references are not set up to be searched by chemical formulas due to the problem stated above Q When is it appropriate to specify product names A Product names are acceptable on an inventory if the product name matches the name on the Material Safety Data Sheet for that chemical Sometimes the manufacturer or supplier should be listed to make it a complete name For example with MEK one should specify if it is produced by Fisher or by Sigma Sometimes the full chemical name is far too long and the material is sold by a short product name In these cases the product name is preferable For example POPOP is the product name for 1 4 bis 5 Phenyl 2 oxazolyl benzene The key to all these questions is to report the original name on the bottle that the material was purchased in Q Why do we have to include manufacturer and product codes A We ask for a manufacturer name and a product code for each chemical entry because together they are the most reliable identification of a chemical If there is a question we can go to the manufacturer s catalog and check on what the material actually is To save time we make tables of these codes to match products automatically with the chemical information in our database Q What should we put in the location field A You may write in helpful and specific lab area designations in the location field e g cabinet 1 or shelf A You do not have to fill this in at all but it can be very helpful the next time you update your inventory Many people wish to identify the location of their chemicals in their labs or shops You should use consistent names for your locations so the computer will handle them as the same things For example if you write cabinet 1 one time and cab 1 another time the computer will consider these to be two different places You may indicate these locations on your map if you wish When you receive your next update report it will be sorted by locations if you entered them to ease your updating of the inventory Q How should we specify units when doing inventories A Measurable and convertible units must be used to define the

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  • Chemical Storage Map Sample
    Gas Cylinder Floor Standing Equipment Refrigerator and or Freezer Door Hazards Key Hazard Description Threshold Quantity 1 Compressed Gas 1ft 3 2 Severe Poison 1 pt or 1 lb 3 Moderate Poison 1 gal or 8 lbs 4 Water Reactive 1 gal or 8 lbs 5 Oxidizer 1 gal or 8 lbs 6 Flammable 5 gal or 40 lbs 7 Corrosive 5 gal or 40 lbs 8 Radioactive Level B

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  • Manufacturer Code List
    FIBAIR INC 181 FIBERITE CORPORATION 505 FIEBING COMPANY INC 536 FINE ORGANICS CORPORATION 182 FISHER SCIENTIFIC CHEMICAL DIVISION 184 FITCHBURG CPI 711 FLETCO 703 FLO KEM PRODUCTS 532 FLOW LABORATORIES INC 186 FLUKA CHEMICAL 601 FMC CORP INDUSTRIAL CHEMICAL GROUP 190 FMC CORPORATION MARINE COLOIDS DIV 822 FOOTE MINERAL COMPANY 805 FULLER OBRIEN PAINT 613 FULTON METALLURGICAL PRODUCTS CORP 766 G FREDERICH SMITH CHEMICALS CO 191 GALLARD SCHLESINGER CHEMICAL MFG CORP 192 GAMMA BIOLOGICALS 512 GARRATT CALLAHAN COMPANY 193 GC ELECTRONICS 763 GEIGY PHARMACEUTICALS 764 GELMAN SCIENCES 678 GENENTECH 702 GENERAL CHEMICAL CORP 194 GENERAL DIAGNOSTICS 196 GENERAL ELECTRIC SILICONES AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS 197 GENERAL INTERMEDIATES OF CANADA 765 GENERAL MILLS 198 GENETIC SYSTEMS CORPORATION 640 GENEX 578 GENUIM PUBLISHING CORP 550 GEOCEL CORPORATION 588 GEOLIQUIDS INC 199 GESTETNER MANUFACTURING LTD 206 GIBCO 546 GILFORD DIAGNOSTICS 580 GILLETTE MEDICAL EVALUATION LABORATORIES 808 GLIDDEN PAINT CO 832 GODAX LABORATORIES 201 GOLD SHIELD CHEMICAL COMPANY 202 GOOD MANUFACTURING COMPANY 809 GOODYEAR 205 GRAESSER LABORATORIES LIMITED 207 GRAPHIC CONTROLS CORPORATION 641 GREAT LAKES INSTRUMENTS 671 GREAT WESTERN CO 210 GREFCO INC 901 H A CALAHAN DAVIS INSTRUMENTS 549 H B FULLER CO 211 HAAKE BUCHLER INSTRUMENTS INC 625 HACH COMPANY 666 HADCO ALSO KNOWN AS PCL CORP 212 HALOCARBON PRODUCTS CORPORATION 902 HAMMEL RIGLANDER CO 213 HAMMOND W A DRIERITE COMPANY 214 HANA BIOLOGICS INC 215 HARDCAST INC 785 HARLECO AKA EM DIAGNOSTIC MANUCODE 156 217 HARSHAW FILTROL PARTNERSHIP 219 HEICO DIVISION WHITTAKER CORPORATION 220 HELENA LABORATORIES 631 HENKEL CORP 221 HENLEY AND COMPANY INCORPORATED 222 HENRY W W COMPANY 667 HERCULES CHEMICAL CO 698 HERCULES INC 781 HERMAN PHARMACEUTICAL LABS 786 HEWLETT PACKARD MEDICAL 224 HEXCEL CORPORATION 225 HILFORD CHEMICAL CORP 226 HI LINE PAINT MFG COMPANY INC 620 HILTI INC 732 HITACHI CHEMICAL COMPANY AMERICA LTD 227 HOECHST CELANESE CORPORATION 228 HOLT LLYOD CORP 903 HONEYWELL 150 HULS AMERICA INC 621 HYBRITECH INC 230 HYCLONE STERILE SYSTEMS INC 767 HYDE PARK INGENO 849 HYLOAD 542 HYNSON WESTCOTT DUNNING 231 HYSAN CORPORATION 232 ICI AMERICAS INC 233 ICN 236 ILFORD INCORPORATED 894 IMPERIAL SMELTING 846 IMTEC INFORMATION SYSTEMS 556 INDAL ALUMINUM PRODUCTS 611 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS DIVISION OF STERLING DRUG INC 238 INDUST RI CHEM LABORATORY INC 239 INLAND VACCUM INDUSTRIES INC 898 INMAC 240 INTERACTIVE RADIATON INC 241 INTERNATIONAL BIOTECHNOLOGIES INC 729 INTERNATIONAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY DAMON 521 INTERNATIONAL MINERALS AND CHEMICAL CORP 589 INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTS CORP 768 INVENEX LABS 242 IRVINE SCIENTIFIC 869 ISO TEC DIVISION OF MATHESON 623 ISOTOPES DIVISION OF MERCK FROSST CANADA INC 683 ITW DEVCON CORPORATION 243 IVES LABS INC 244 IWATSU ELECTRIC COMPANY LTD 223 J HEWIT AND SONS LTD 245 JACKSON IMMUNO RESEARCH 828 JANSSEN CHIMICA 769 JANSSEN LIFE SCIENCES 246 JASCO CHEMICAL CORP 247 JESSOP STEEEL COMPANY 687 JOHNS MANSVILLE 248 JOHNSON MATTHEY AESAR GROUP 608 JV MANUFACTURING CO INC 878 K E PEN CO 642 K K LABORATORIES 250 K C BIOLOGICALS 860 KANEBO NSC LTD 871 KARY LABS 249 KAWECKI BERYLCO INDUSTRIES INCORPORATED 770 KELCO 251 KELLY MOORE PAINT COMPANY INC 727 KEN CROWE INC 743 KENTILE FLOORS INC 712 KESTER 658 KEYSTONE ANILINE CHEMICAL CO 252 KINETRONICS 643 KLEAN STRIP DIV OF WM BARR INC 254 KLK CORPORATION 771 KNOLL PHARMACEUTICAL 867 KOCH ISOTOPES 146 KODAK COMPANY EASTMAN 256 KOR ISOTOPES DIVISION 257 KTI CHEMICALS INC 653 KUTOL 258 KWC CORPORATION 830 L C SERVICES 772 LADD RESEARCH IND INC 259 LAKE ASBESTOS OF QUEBEC LTD 674 LAMOTTE CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 714 LANCASTER SYNTHESIS INC 260 LAPINE SCIENTIFIC COMPANY 730 LARSON PRODUCTS CORPORATION 661 LAS PALMAS INC 261 LAUDER PHOTOGRAPHIC INC 262 LEDERLE LABORATORIES 263 LEECO DIAGNOSTICS INC 508 LEHN AND FINK INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT DIVISION OF STERLING DRUG 513 LERNER LABORATORIES 725 LIQUID AIR CORPORATION 266 LIQUID CARBONIC I M DIVISION 267 LITHIUM CORPORATION 268 LITTON BIONETICS 269 LKB PRODUKTER 632 LOCTITE CORPORATION 551 LOGUS SCIENTIFIC INC 654 LUBEMASTER 774 LYPHO MED INC 272 M A BIOPRODUCTS 283 M D INDUSTRIES INC 271 MAAG INCORPORATED 273 MACDERMID INC 530 MADISON BIONICS 689 MAGID CORP 274 MALLINCKRODT INC 652 MANCO LACQUER AND CHEMICAL CO 629 MAND T CHEMICALS INC 561 MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS ASSOCIATION 526 MANVILLE BUILDING MATERIALS CORP 776 MARINE COLLOIDS 627 MARTIN F WEBER COMPANY 276 MATERIALS RESEARCH CORPORATION 277 MATERIALS RESEARCH GROUP 710 MATHESON COLEMAN AND BELL 278 MATHESON GAS PRODUCTS 704 MBL INDUSTRIES INC 280 MC AND B MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS 576 MC GHAN NUSIL CORP 281 MCDANEL REFRACTORY COMPANY 701 MCGEAN ROHCO INC 548 MCKESSON CHEMICAL COMPANY 282 MCLAUGLIN GORMLEY KING COMPANY 284 MEAD TECHNOLOGIES INC 285 MEASUREMENTS GROUP INC 286 MECHANICS CHOICE 287 MEDIATECH 288 MEDI PHYSICS 289 MEDTRONIC ENERGY TECHNOLOGY 290 MEGA CHEM OF CALIFORNIA 905 MEGUIAR S 291 MELOY LABORATORIES 293 MERCK AND COMPANY INC 294 MERCK SHARP AND DOHME 296 MERIDIAN DIAGNOSTICS 297 MICROBIOLOGICAL MEDIA 844 MIDWEST RESEARCH INSTITUTE 298 MILES BIOCHEMICALS 299 MILES PHARMACEUTICALS 850 MILLER WEBER INC 300 MILLER STEPHENSON CHEMICAL COMPANY INC 753 MILLGEN BIOSEARCH 559 MINE SAFETY APPLIANCES COMPANY 301 MIRACLE ADHESIVES CORPORATION 302 MOBAY CHEMICAL CORPORATION 304 MOBIL OIL CORPORATION 806 MODERN PAINTS 305 MOGUL 307 MOLE AND GOPHER CET 306 MOLECULAR PROBES INC 596 MONOJECT SCIENTIFIC 308 MONOSTAT CORPORATION 309 MONO THERM INTERNATIONAL 310 MONSANTO COMPANY 815 MORGAN SAFETY PRODUCTS 311 MORGAN SEMICONDUCTOR DIVISION 312 MORTON THIOKOL INC 314 MSD ISOTOPES 315 MULTIGRAPHICS 705 MURPHY PHOENIX CO 316 NASCO WEST INC 317 NATIONAL CELLULOSE CORPORATION 497 NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH DIVISION OF NCH CORPORATION 318 NATIONAL DIAGNOSTICS 319 NATIONAL LABORATORIES 320 NATIONAL SANITARY SUPPLY COMPANY 855 NATIONAL WAX COMPANY 856 NATIONAL STANDARD COMPANY 564 NAVAL JELLY COMPANY 722 NEUTRON INDUSTRIES INC 321 NEW ENGLAND BIOLABS 322 NEW ENGLAND NUCLEAR 323 NIKKOR CHEMICAL CO INC 612 NISSHIN EM CO LTD 599 NL BAROID NL INDUSTRIES INC 875 NMR SPECIALTIES CO 874 NORELL INC 735 NORTH CHICAGO REFINERS SMELTERS 324 NORTON COMPANY 628 NORTON COMPANY SPECIALTY PLASTICS DIVISION 325 NU CHEK PREP INC 592 NU SHEEN PRODUCTS CO INC 326 NUCLEAR ASSOCIATES 893 NUPRO CO 555 NYLUBE PRODUCTS COMPANY 541 O M SCOTT AND SONS CO 328 OAK MATERIALS GROUP 909 OAKWOOD PRODUCTS 644 OATEY INC

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  • Chemical Hazard Code Table
    1 Toxic solid or Liquid main hazard 6 2 Infectious agent main hazard 7 Radioactive main hazard 8 Corrosive main hazard 9 Other miscellaneous hazard 10 Non Hazardous 11 Compressed gas 12 Severely toxic 13 Moderately toxic 14 Slightly toxic 15 Flammable 16 Combustible 17 Pyrophoric 18 Oxidizer 19 Organic peroxide 20 Water Reactive 21 Corrosive 22 Acid 23 Base 24 Biohazard 25 Carcinogen 27 Suspect carcinogen mutagen 28 Radioactive

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  • Units of Measure Table
    Gas Cylinder size H CYL J Gas Cylinder size J CYL L5 Gas Cylinder size L5 CYL LEC BT Gas Cylinder Lecture Bottle CYL M Gas Cylinder size M CYL S2 Gas Cylinder size S2 CYL S3 Gas Cylinder size S3 DRUM 55 Gallon drum FL OZ fluid ounce G gram GAL GALLON GALLON GALLON GALLONS GALLONS GALS GALLONS GM gram GR GRAM GRAM GRAM GRM GRAM KG kilogram L

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  • Regulations Requiring Chemical Inventories or Reporting at Stanford
    Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act EPCRA also known as SARA Title III Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department Toxic Gas Ordinance Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department Storm Water Permit San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board Aboveground Storage Tanks San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board and Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department Underground Storage Tanks Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department Hazardous Waste Source Reduction State of California Department of Toxic Substances Control Industrial Waste Discharge Permit City of Palo Alto Regional Water Quality Control Plant Pesticide Report of Use Santa Clara County Department of Agriculture Report of Carcinogen Use California Occupational Safety and Health Administration Toxic Substances Control Act TSCA Stanford does not currently report under this act and may not be required to do so Currently under legal review California Environmental Quality Act CEQA Santa Clara County HMCD or City of Palo Alto Fire Department Uniform Building Code Santa Clara County Fire and Building Departments and HMCD and the City

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  • Student Research Grants: Donor Letter Guidelines | Undergraduate Academic Life
    Staff For Parents Family Ask Us Give Feedback Student Research Grants Donor Letter Guidelines Before we can release the funds for your project we require a letter thanking the donor who is making your grant possible These letters play an important role in ensuring the future of the grants program Good letters are personalized They let donors see the unique characteristics of your project as well as their role in shaping your experience at Stanford When writing your letter please use the following guidelines Your letter should be neat and legible It can be typed or handwritten Your letter can take many different formats and can be organized however you prefer In the past students have submitted everything from formal typed business letters to handwritten postcards or stationary Above all your letter should be sincere and personal You should use the salutation included in your grant close notification email from UAR If no salutation was included address your letter to Dear Supporter of Undergraduate Research Your letter should say Thank you Your letter should describe your project s goals and motivations in language that a curious well educated nontechnical audience can understand Your letter should describe how you hope this

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  • Researching with the Hoover Archives | Undergraduate Academic Life
    the Herbert Hoover Memorial Building next to the Hoover tower This non circulating collection contains over 60 million documents as well as over 100 000 political posters from around the world and provides an amazing resource for primary research Many of the archive collections have paper or online finding aids to help you search the materials Follow the links below to begin your own investigation of this expansive resource Key Search Links Hoover Institution Finding Aids Searchable Poster Database Socrates Hoover homepage Conducting Archival Research at Hoover This useful guide provides student researchers with an overview of how to most effectively search the impressive array of materials available through the archives Poster Collection The Hoover Institution Archives Poster collection is one of the largest in the world containing over 30 000 political posters from over eighty different countries Of particular interest are the posters from World War I and World War II World War II Collections Alice Sinclair Dodge Collection Daniel Lerner Collection The Foto Willinger Collection Russian Collections Alexandre G Tarsaidze Papers Olga Consort of King George I Chinese Collections The Nym Wales Collection Iris Chang Collection Shuqi Zhang Collection The New Left Collection at the Hoover Archives Commonwealth

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