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Lab Safety

Hazardous dangerous
biohazardous material that is dangerous to humans
dangerous harmful
chemical a substance obtained by a chemical process or producing a chemical effect
reactive to change in response to a stimulus
material the elements,or substances of which something is composed or can be made
oxydizing to combine with oxygen
oxygen element
corrosive to have the power to eat away at by chemical reaction
explosive a substance that can explode
flammable capable of being easily ignited and of capable of burning quickly
combustible able to burst into flame
ignite light on fire
reaction a response to something
fire combustion manifested in light, flame, and heat
explode/eplosion burst noisily
poisonous harmful
toxic containing or being poisonous material especially when capable of causing death
compressed pressed together
gas a fluid (as air) that has neither independent shape nor volume
liquid flowing freely like water
solid a substance that does not flow
propellant something that can drive things forward
prolonged to continue
repeated done over and over
exposure unprotected
swallowed to take through the mouth and esophagus into the stomach
inhaled breath in through the nose or mouth
absored (through the skin) taken in
Created by: HeatherTutor