Dioctyltin diacetate MSDS Safety Data Sheet

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Diethylhexyltin Diacetate, as an organotin compound, has important application value in many fields. However, like all chemicals, their use, storage and disposal processes need to strictly follow the guidelines of the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) to ensure personnel safety, environmental protection and compliance operations. The following is a summary of key safety information about dioctyltin diacetate based on general MSDS requirements. The specific content may vary depending on the manufacturer and product.

1. Chemical and corporate identification
Chemical name in Chinese: Dioctyltin diacetate
CAS number: The specific CAS number needs to be determined according to the product
Molecular formula: C20H36O4Sn
Molecular weight: about 486.11 g/mol
Manufacturer information: including manufacturer name, address, emergency contact number, etc.
2. Hazard Overview
Dioctyltin diacetate is an organotin compound and may have the following hazards:

Health Hazards: Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause neurological damage, reproductive effects, and skin and eye irritation.
Environmental Hazards: Toxic to aquatic life and may cause lasting environmental effects.
Physical hazards: Flammable, there is a risk of combustion and explosion when exposed to open flames, high temperatures or oxidants.
3. Ingredients/composition information
Main ingredient: dioctyltin diacetate, the specific content should be based on product specifications.
Hazardous ingredients: organotin compounds, please refer to the detailed MSDS for specific toxicological data.
4. First aid measures
Inhalation: Move the victim quickly to fresh air, keep the respiratory tract open, and perform artificial respiration or oxygen if necessary.
Skin contact: Take off contaminated clothing immediately and rinse skin with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes.
Eye Contact: Rinse immediately with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical assistance if necessary.
Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting, drink enough water immediately to dilute, and then seek medical advice.
5. Fire-fighting measures
Fire extinguishing media: dry powder, carbon dioxide, foam fire extinguisher, avoid using direct flow of water.
Special fire fighting methods: Wear protective equipment to prevent smoke inhalation, control the source of leaks, and prevent them from flowing into sewers and water sources.
Actions for non-firefighters: Stay away from the fire scene and evacuate upwind.
6. Accidental leakage measures
Personal Protection: Wear protective clothing, gloves, goggles and respirator.
Leakage treatment: Avoid direct contact, absorb with sand or other inert materials, collect and place in a closed container, and dispose of it as hazardous waste.
7. Operation and storage
Operation precautions: Operate in a well-ventilated environment, avoid contact with heat sources and sparks, and operators should receive professional training.
Storage conditions: Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated place, away from fire, heat and incompatible substances.
8. Exposure controls/personal protection
Respiratory protection: Wear a suitable dust mask or respirator in environments where dust or vapor is generated.
Skin protection: Wear protective clothing and chemical-resistant gloves.
Eye protection: Wear chemical safety glasses or face shield.
9. Physical and chemical properties
Appearance and properties: colorless to light yellow transparent liquid.
Melting point: Depends on product purity and specific conditions.
Boiling point: >200°C (estimated, varies with pressure).
Density: about 1.055-1.075 g/cm³.
Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in most organic solvents.
10. Stability and reactivity
Stability: Stable under recommended storage conditions, avoid strong acids, bases and strong oxidizing agents.
Avoid contact with: moisture, strong alkali, strong oxidants, etc.
11. Disposal
Disposal should be carried out in accordance with national and regional laws and regulations on hazardous wastes and should not be discharged randomly.

12. Shipping Information
UN number: The specific number must refer to MSDS or relevant regulations.
Packaging category: Class II/III dangerous goods, the specific classification is based on the risk of the product.
13. Regulatory information
Comply with relevant laws and regulations such as the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), the EU REACH regulations, and China’s “Regulations on the Safety Management of Hazardous Chemicals”.

In summary, correctly understanding and implementing the MSDS content of dioctyltin diacetate is crucial to ensuring operational safety and maintaining the ecological environment. Users must carefully read and follow the new MSDS instructions provided by the manufacturer before use.
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