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S. Canada Europe Export Name Acronym CAS # C o m m e r c i a l Scale Materials a 2845 2845 3051 3051 Triethylaluminum Tri-n-butylaluminum TEA TNBA 97-93-8 1116-70-7 2845 2845 3051 3051 Triisobutylaluminum Tri-n-hexylaluminum TIBA TNHA 100-99-2 1116-73-0 2845 2845 3051 3051 Tri-n-octylaluminum Diisobutylaluminum Hydride TNOA DIBAH 1070-00-4 1191-15-7 2845 2845 3051 3052 Isoprenylaluminum Ethylaluminum Sesquichloride IPRAL 31259-92-4 EASC 10275-68-2 2845 2845 3052 3052 Diethylaluminum Chloride Diethylaluminum Iodide DEAC DEAl 96-10-6 1040-00-8 2845 2845 3052 3052 Diisobutylaluminum Chloride Di-n-octylaluminum Iodide DIBAC DNOAI 1779-25-5 7585-14-0 2845 2845 3052 3052 Ethylaluminum Dichloride Isobutylaluminum Dichloride EADC MONIBAC 563-43-9 1888-87-5 2845 2845 1366 3053 Diethylzinc Di-n-hexylmagnesium DEZ DNHM 557-20-0 37509-99-2 D e v e l o p m e n t a l Scale Materials ~ 2845 2845 3051 3051 Trimethylaluminum Tri-n-propylaluminum 2845 3052 2845 3052 Methylaluminum Sesquichloride Isobutylaluminum Sesquichloride 2845 3052 2845 3051 2845 3051 2845 1075 2845 2845 2845 TMA TNPA 97-93-8 102-67-0 MASC 12542-85-7 IBASC 12090-38-9 Di-n-propylaluminumchloride Diethylaluminum Ethoxide DNPRAC DEAL-E 3710-19-8 1586-92-1 Diisobutylaluminum Ethoxide Triethylborane DIBAL-E TEB 15769-72-9 97-94-9 TIBB 1116-39-8 TIHAL 3711-23-7 Triisobutylborane Tri(2-Methylpentyl)aluminum aShipped in all container sizes from 1 liter to tank car loads.

If leaks are expected in handling, transfer contents to another container. Transfer of flammable gas tanks involved in accidents should not be undertaken by novices. Contact the shipper, consignee, or experienced contractor for transfer of lading. Flammable and Combustible Liquid When tanks of flammable liquid are leaking, fire may occur as they contain liquids with a flash point below 100~ (38~ The flash point of a liquid is the lowest temperature at which the vapor given off by the liquid will mix with air above the surface of the liquid to form an ignitable mixture.

If there is any evidence that the container has been broken open or seriously damaged, observe rules in paragraph (A) of the General Instructions above until assistance or further advice has been obtained from a competent authority. 2. Even if the container has not been opened or damaged, persons should not remain near the container unnecessarily until it has been determined that no radiation hazard exists. M A T E R I A L O F L O W A C T I V I T Y , such as uranimn and thorium ores, is packed in ordinary containers such as bags, steel or fiber drums, or wooden or fiber boxes and may be in the form of powders, liquids, sludges, or wastepaper or other scrap materials.

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