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Reliance Industries Limited

Material Code

Name : MXP

Section 1 Manufacturers Name


Address

Used In Plants

Material Specification & Use


Reliance Industries Limited , Hazira
Village Mora, Post Bhatha
Surat- Hazira Road
Dist: Surat, Gujrat
Pin : 394 510
Dimethyl benzene
Xylol, P-Xylene, O-Xylenes
Used as Raw material for extracting p-xylene which is a
raw material for PTA, as solvent and raw material for
other organic as sterilising agent.
Aromatic

Section-2
CAS No
LD-50 No

Hazardous Ingredients Of Material


1330-20-7
U. N. No : 1307
5400 mg/kg (rats)

Chemical Name
Synonym
End Use

Section -3 - Physical Data For Material


Physical State
Odour
Odour threshold
Sp. Gravity
Vapour Pressure
Vapour Density
Evaporation Rate
Boiling Point
Freezing Point
Sol. In Water at 20 C
Ph value
Density
Coeff of water-Oil
Distrn

Liquid
At Condition : 45 C atm. Pressure
Aromatic
Appearance : Clear liquid
1-20 ppm
0.86 @ 20/4 C
6-7mm Hg at 20 C
3.7 ( air = 1)
0.7
137-143 C (range depends on composition)
Variable range -48 to 28 C
Less than 1 gm/litre at 18 C
860 kg/M3
Log P (oct) = 3-3.33

Section-4 Fire and Explosion Hazards of Material


Flammable Under
Cond
Means Of Extinction
Special Procedure
Flash Point
Low Explosive Limit
Upper Explosive Limit
Auto Ignition temp
TDG Classification
Hazardous Product of
Combustion
Explosion Data
Sensitivity to Chemical
Impact
Sensitivity to static
Discharge

Flammable liquid
Use dry chemical Powder , Co2 for small fires; Use
ordinary foam for large ones
around 17 C
1.2
% by Vol
7.0
% by vol
464 C
Emits acrid smoke
Stable

can develop static charge due to flow.

Section -5 Reactivity Data


Stability Under Cond
Incompatibility to Other Substances
Under following Conditions
Reactivity Under Following
Condition
Hazardous Products Of
Decomposition
Remarks

Stable
Reacts vigorously with most oxidising
materials.
reacts with strong nitric acid or
dichlorohydrantoin with explosive force.
Acrid smoke but none other reported

Section- 6 Toxicological Properties Of Material


Route Of Entry

: Inhalation , Ingestion. Skin and Eyes

Effect Of Acute Exposure to material


Contact with eye
Irritating to eyes.

Contact With skin


Inhalation

Ingestion

Effect of Chronic
Exposure to Material
Exposure Limits
Irritancy of material
Irritancy to ENT
Sensitisation
Carcinigenicity
Teratogenicity
Mutagenicity
Synergistic Material

Can be absorbed through skin , Causes drying of skin


Causes depression of CNS with headache and
dizziness. Irritation of nose and throat; high concentration
can lead to in-coordination / unconsciousness.
Disorders like lose of memory (reversible) has been
reported.
Reversible effects like liver impairment / pulmonary
edema and in extreme case have been reported on
ingesting Xylenes.
Data is not available. However impairment of liver
functions, decreased platelet counts have been
reported.
STEL = 150 ppm; TLV = 100 ppm
Irritant to skin
Irritant to eyes
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
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Section-7- Preventive Measures


Hand Protection
Respiration
Eye
Footwear
Clothing
Other
Engineering Control
Leak & Spill
Containment
Procedure
recommended
Waste disposal
Procedure
recommended
Handling Procedure &
Equipment
Storage requirement
Special shipping

Viton or PVA gloves suitable for preventing skin contact.


Use breathing apparatus; Hydrocarbon adsorbing
canisters.
Use chemical goggles
Gumboots to prevent skin contact
Avoid skin contact; PVA aprons.

Contain leaking liquid on sand or earth. Absorb small


spills with absorbent. Wash the surface with water and
soap.
Seal the waste in vapour tight bags for eventual
disposal; Incinerate.
Avoid sparks, open flame and oxidizing materials while
handling MXP
Store in well ventilated, cool dry place away from direct
sunlight, Avoid proximity to oxidizing agents.
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Information
Section -8 First Aid Measures
First Aid Measures
Contact With Eye
Wash with water with eyelids held open for at least 20
minutes. Get medical help.
Contact With Skin
Wash with water. Seek medical help.
Inhalation
Remove victim to fresh air. Give artificial respiration if
required.
Ingestion
Do not induce vomiting. If convulsions are not present
then give a glass of water to dilute the ingested material.