MSDS of Neodymium Metal

I. Product Identification

Product primary name: Neodymium Metal Ingot
Trade name: Neodymium Metal Ingot
Stock number: ME60
Stanford Advanced Materials
72 Fairbanks Suite 100, Irvine, CA 92618, USA
Tel: (949) 407-8904, Fax: (949) 812-6690
CAS# 7440-0033-8
Dot: not classified as a hazard
UN# : not classified as a hazard

II. Composition & Ingredient Information

Chemical family name: metal
Molecular formula: Nd

III. Physical & Chemical Properties

Boiling point: ~3027 °C
Melting point: ~1024 °C
Specific gravity (approx.): 7.00 gm/cm3
Vapor density: not applicable
Vapor pressure: not applicable
Percent volatile by volume: not applicable
Oxidation: oxidized in air, solid form is relatively stable in air
Appearance & odor: silvery- metal, odorless
Physical state: ingot

IV. Hazardous Identification

Primary Entry Route Indicators
Skin primary entry route indicator: Yes
Eye primary entry rout indicator: Yes
Inhalation primary entry route indicator: Yes
Ingestion primary entry route indicator: Yes
Primary route of entry text: inhalation, skin, ingestion
Effects of overexposure: the acute toxicity of is rate low
(Lung & skin granulation maybe cause local inhalation or ingestion. Eye contact can cause particle irritation.

V. First Aid Measures

Emergency first aid procedures - general
Skin: get medical attention immediately
Eyes: get medical attention immediately
Oral: get medical attention
Inhalation: get medical attention

VI. Fire - fighting Measures

Extinguishing media: CO2, dry sand, or dry chemical
Special fire fighting procedures: wear self - contained breathing apparatus
Unusual fire and explosion hazards: non-combustible, but easily oxidized. Sparks when strick. If possible without risk, remove yttrium metal from fire area.

VII. Handling and Storage

Precautions to be taken in handling and storage:. Avoid inhalation of dust, avoid skin & eyes contact, avoid exposure to air, stored in sealed container filled with argon gas or mineral oil.

VIII. Exposure Controls - protection

Eye protection: safety glasses
Respiratory protection: niosh approved respirator if ventilation controls are not possible or are inadequate
Personal protective equipment: as needed to prevent contact
Protective gloves (specify type): rubber

IX. Stability & Reactivity

Stability - conditions to avoid: avoid exposure to source of ignition such as open flame and sparks
Incompatible materials: avoid exposure to air, moisture, strong acid, and strong oxidizing agents
Hazardous decomposition products: air and moisture sensitive, all forms will react with dilute acids, emitting flammable & explosive hydrogen gas (H2)
Hazardous polymerization condition to avoid: non known
Hazardous polymerization: no

X. Other Information

Local exhaust: fume hood
Special production: not applicable

End of Data Sheet

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