Ethanol 95/E5

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CAS Number:141-78-6

Synonyms

  • Acetic Ester
  • Ethyl Ethanoate
  • EtOAc
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1: Identification  

1.1. Product identifier 

Product form : Mixtures 

Product name : Ethanol 95/E5 

Product code : 64-17-5, 141-78-6 

1.2. Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against 

Use of the substance/mixture : For laboratory and manufacturing use only. 

1.3. Company Information 

REFLECTA LABORATORY SUPPLIES  

 

SECTION 2: Ethanol 95/E5 – Hazards identification 

2.1. Classification of the substance or mixture 

GHS-US classification 

Flam. Liq. 3 H226 

Skin Irrit. 2 H315 

Eye Irrit. 2A H319 

Carc. 1A H350 

Repr. 2 H361 

STOT SE 1 H370 

Full text of H statements: see section 16 

2.2. Label elements 

GHS-US labeling 

Hazard pictograms (GHS-US) :

Signal word (GHS-US) : Danger 

Hazard statements (GHS-US) : H226 – Flammable liquid and vapor 

H315 – Causes skin irritation 

H319 – Causes serious eye irritation 

H350 – May cause cancer  

(Ingestion) 

H361 – Suspected of damaging the unborn child (Ingestion) 

H370 – Causes damage to organs (central nervous system, optic nerve) (oral, Dermal) 

Precautionary statements (GHS-US) : P201 – Obtain special instructions before use 

P202- Do not handle until all safety precautions have been read and understood 

P210- Keep away from heat, hot surfaces, open flames, sparks. – No smoking

ETHANOL 95/E5 

P233- Keep container tightly closed 

P240- Ground/bond container and receiving equipment 

P241- Use explosion-proof electrical, lighting, ventilating equipment 

P242- Use only non-sparking tools 

P243- Take precautionary measures against static discharge 

P260- Do not breathe mist, spray, vapors 

P264- Wash exposed skin thoroughly after handling 

P270- Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product 

P280- Wear eye protection, face protection, protective clothing, protective gloves 

P303+P361+P353 – IF ON SKIN (or hair): Remove/Take off immediately all contaminated 

clothing. Rinse skin with water/shower 

P305+P351+P338 – If in eyes: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove  

contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing 

 P308+P313 – IF exposed or concerned: Get medical advice/attention 

P332+P313 – If skin irritation occurs: Get medical advice/attention 

P337+P313 – If eye irritation persists: Get medical advice/attention 

P362+P364 – Take off contaminated clothing and wash it before reuse 

P370+P378 – In case of fire: Use carbon dioxide (CO2), powder, alcohol-resistant foam to  

Extinguish  

P403+P235 – Store in a well-ventilated place. Keep cool 

P405 – Store locked up 

P501 – Dispose of contents/container to comply with local, state and federal regulations

2.3. Other hazards 

Other hazards not contributing to the : None. 

classification 

2.4. Unknown acute toxicity (GHS US) 

No data available 

SECTION 3: Composition/Information on ingredients 

3.1. Substances 

Not applicable 

Full text of H-phrases: see section 16 

3.2. Ethanol 95/E5- Mixtures 

Ethanol; ethyl alcohol 

Contents: 95.00 %W/W 

CAS-No. 64-17-5 Index-No. 603-002-00-5 EC-No. 200-578-6 Symbol(s) F R-phrase(s) -R11 

Ethyl acetate 

Contents: 5.00 %W/W 

CAS-No. 141-78-6 Index-No. 607-022-00-5 EC-No. 205-500-4 

ETHANOL 95/E5 

SECTION 4: First aid measures 

4.1. Description of first aid measures 

First-aid measures general 

First-aid measures after inhalation First-aid measures after skin contact First-aid measures after eye contact 

First-aid measures after ingestion 

: Check the vital functions. Unconscious: maintain adequate airway and respiration. Respiratory arrest: artificial respiration or oxygen. Cardiac arrest: perform resuscitation. Victim conscious with labored breathing: half-seated. Victim in shock: on his back with legs slightly raised. Vomiting: prevent asphyxia/aspiration pneumonia. Prevent cooling by covering the victim  (no warming up). Keep watching the victim. Give psychological aid. Keep the victim calm,  avoid physical strain. Depending on the victim’s condition: doctor/hospital. Never give  alcohol to drink. 

: Remove the victim into fresh air. Respiratory problems: consult a doctor/medical service. : Rinse with water. Take victim to a doctor if irritation persists. 

: Rinse immediately with plenty of water. Do not apply neutralizing agents. Take victim to an  ophthalmologist if irritation persists. 

: Rinse mouth with water. Do not induce vomiting. Call Poison Information Centre  (www.big.be/antigif.htm). Consult a doctor/medical service if you feel unwell. Ingestion of  large quantities: immediately to hospital. 

4.2. Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed 

Symptoms/effects after inhalation : EXPOSURE TO HIGH CONCENTRATIONS: Dry/sore throat. Coughing. Irritation of the respiratory tract. Irritation of the nasal mucous membranes. Respiratory difficulties. Central 

nervous system depression. Symptoms similar to those listed under ingestion. 

Symptoms/effects after skin contact : Slight irritation. 

Symptoms/effects after eye contact : Redness of the eye tissue. Lacrimation. ON CONTINUOUS EXPOSURE/CONTACT: Irritation of the eye tissue. 

Symptoms/effects after ingestion : AFTER ABSORPTION OF LARGE QUANTITIES: Risk of aspiration pneumonia. Red skin. Body temperature rise. Damp/clammy skin. Excited/restless. Accelerated heart action. Central  

nervous system depression. Dizziness. Narcosis. Headache. Drunkenness. Nausea. Vomiting.  

Disturbed motor response. Coordination disorders. Visual disturbances. Impaired  

concentration. Delusions. Disturbed sensation of pain. Disturbances of heart rate. Disturbances  

of consciousness. Tremor. Cramps/uncontrolled muscular contractions. Dilated pupils. 

Chronic symptoms : ON CONTINUOUS/REPEATED EXPOSURE/CONTACT: Dry skin. Gastrointestinal complaints. Enlargement/affection of the liver. Change in the haemogramme/blood composition. Cardiac  

and blood circulation effects. High arterial pressure. Impairment of the nervous system.  

Behavioural disturbances. Mental confusion. Disturbed tactile sensibility. Tremor. Affection  

of the bone marrow. Affection of the endocrine system. Weakening of the immune system. 

4.3. Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed 

Obtain medical assistance. 

SECTION 5: Ethanol 95/E5 – Firefighting measures 

5.1. Extinguishing media 

Suitable extinguishing media : Water spray. Alcohol-resistant foam. BC powder. Carbon dioxide. Unsuitable extinguishing media : Solid water jet ineffective as extinguishing medium. 

5.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture 

Fire hazard : DIRECT FIRE HAZARD. Highly flammable. Gas/vapor flammable with air within explosion limits. INDIRECT FIRE HAZARD. May be ignited by sparks. Gas/vapor spreads at floor level: 

ignition hazard. Reactions involving a fire hazard: see “Reactivity Hazard”. 

Explosion hazard : DIRECT EXPLOSION HAZARD. Gas/vapour explosive with air within explosion limits. INDIRECT EXPLOSION HAZARD. may be ignited by sparks. Reactions with explosion 

hazards: see “Reactivity Hazard”. 

Reactivity : Upon combustion: CO and CO2 are formed. Reacts violently with many compounds e.g.: with (strong) oxidizers: (increased) risk of fire/explosion. Violent to explosive reaction with (some) 

acids. 

5.3. Advice for firefighters 

Firefighting instructions : Cool tanks/drums with water spray/remove them into safety. Do not move the load if exposed to heat. 

Protection during firefighting : Heat/fire exposure: compressed air/oxygen apparatus.

ETHANOL 95/E5 

SECTION 6: Accidental release measures 

6.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures 

General measures : Remove ignition sources. Use special care to avoid static electric charges. No naked lights. No smoking. 

6.1.1. For non-emergency personnel 

Protective equipment : Gloves. Protective goggles. Protective clothing. Large spills/in enclosed spaces: compressed air apparatus. See “Material-Handling” to select protective clothing. 

Emergency procedures : Keep upwind. Mark the danger area. Consider evacuation. Seal off low-lying areas. Close doors and windows of adjacent premises. Stop engines and no smoking. No naked flames or 

sparks. Spark- and explosion-proof appliances and lighting equipment. Keep containers closed. 

Wash contaminated clothes. 

6.1.2. For emergency responders 

Protective equipment : Equip cleanup crew with proper protection. Avoid breathing mist, spray. Emergency procedures : Ventilate area. 

6.2. Ethanol 95 – Environmental precautions 

Prevent spreading in sewers. 

6.3. Methods and material for containment and cleaning up 

For containment : Contain released substance, pump into suitable containers. Consult “Material-handling” to select material of containers. Plug the leak, cut off the supply. Dam up the liquid spill. Try to 

reduce evaporation. Measure the concentration of the explosive gas-air mixture. Dilute/disperse  

combustible gas/vapour with water curtain. Provide equipment/receptacles with earthing. Do  

not use compressed air for pumping over spills. 

Methods for cleaning up : Take up liquid spill into a non combustible material e.g.: sand, earth, vermiculite or kieselguhr, powdered limestone. Scoop absorbed substance into closing containers. See “Material 

handling” for suitable container materials. Carefully collect the spill/leftovers. Damaged/cooled  

tanks must be emptied. Do not use compressed air for pumping over spills. Clean  

contaminated surfaces with an excess of water. Take collected spill to manufacturer/competent  

authority. Wash clothing and equipment after handling. 

6.4. Reference to other sections 

See Heading 8. Exposure controls and personal protection. 

SECTION 7: Ethanol 95 /E5 – Handling and storage 

7.1. Precautions for safe handling 

Precautions for safe handling : Comply with the legal requirements. Remove contaminated clothing immediately. Clean contaminated clothing. Handle uncleaned empty containers as full ones. Thoroughly clean/dry 

the installation before use. Do not discharge the waste into the drain. Do not use compressed 

air for pumping over. Use spark-/explosionproof appliances and lighting system. Take 

precautions against electrostatic charges. Keep away from naked flames/heat. Keep away from 

ignition sources/sparks. Observe normal hygiene standards. Keep container tightly closed. 

Measure the concentration in the air regularly. Work under local exhaust/ventilation. 

Hygiene measures : Wash exposed skin thoroughly after handling.

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7.2. Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities 

Technical measures : Proper grounding procedures to avoid static electricity should be followed. Ground/bond container and receiving equipment. Use explosion-proof electrical/ventilating/lighting/… 

equipment. 

Storage conditions : Keep container tightly closed. Keep only in the original container in a cool, well ventilated place away from : incompatible materials. Keep in fireproof place. 

Incompatible products : Strong bases. Strong acids. 

Incompatible materials : Sources of ignition. Direct sunlight. Heat sources. 

Heat-ignition : KEEP SUBSTANCE AWAY FROM: heat sources. ignition sources. Prohibitions on mixed storage : KEEP SUBSTANCE AWAY FROM: oxidizing agents. strong acids. water/moisture. Storage area : Keep out of direct sunlight. Store in a dry area. Ventilation at floor level. Fireproof storeroom. Provide for an automatic sprinkler system. Provide for a tub to collect spills. Provide the tank 

with earthing. Meet the legal requirements. 

Special rules on packaging : SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: closing. dry. clean. correctly labelled. meet the legal requirements. Secure fragile packagings in solid containers. 

Packaging materials : SUITABLE MATERIAL: stainless steel. aluminium. iron. copper. nickel. synthetic material. glass. MATERIAL TO AVOID: No data available. 

7.3. Specific end use(s) 

No additional information available 

SECTION 8: Ethanol 95 – Exposure controls/personal protection 

8.1. Control parameters 

Ethyl Alcohol, 95% v/v 

USA ACGIH  ACGIH STEL (ppm)  1000 ppm (Ethanol; USA; Short time value; TLV –
Adopted Value)
Ethanol (64-17-5)
USA ACGIH  ACGIH STEL (ppm)  1000 ppm (Ethanol; USA; Short time value; TLV –
Adopted Value)
USA OSHA  OSHA PEL (TWA) (mg/m³)  1900 mg/m³
USA OSHA  OSHA PEL (TWA) (ppm)  1000 ppm
Isopropyl Alcohol (2-Propanol) (67-63-0)
USA ACGIH  ACGIH TWA (ppm)  200 ppm (2-propanol; USA; Time-weighted average
exposure limit 8 h; TLV – Adopted Value)
USA ACGIH  ACGIH STEL (ppm)  400 ppm (2-propanol; USA; Short time value; TLV –
Adopted Value)
USA OSHA  OSHA PEL (TWA) (mg/m³)  980 mg/m³
USA OSHA  OSHA PEL (TWA) (ppm)  400 ppm

 

Methanol (67-56-1)
USA ACGIH  ACGIH TWA (ppm) 
USA ACGIH  ACGIH STEL (ppm) 
USA OSHA  OSHA PEL (TWA) (mg/m³) 
USA OSHA  OSHA PEL (TWA) (ppm) 

 

200 ppm (Methanol; USA; Time-weighted average exposure limit 8 h; TLV – Adopted Value) 250 ppm (Methanol; USA; Short time value; TLV – Adopted Value) 

260 mg/m³ 

200 ppm

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8.2.  Exposure controls
Appropriate engineering controls  : Emergency eye wash fountains and safety showers should be available in the immediate
vicinity of any potential exposure. Ensure adequate ventilation.
Personal protective equipment  : Safety glasses. Gloves. Protective clothing.

 

Materials for protective clothing : GIVE EXCELLENT RESISTANCE: butyl rubber. viton. GIVE GOOD RESISTANCE: neoprene. tetrafluoroethylene. GIVE LESS RESISTANCE: nitrile rubber. polyethylene. GIVE POOR 

RESISTANCE: natural rubber. PVA. PVC. 

Hand protection : Gloves. 

Eye protection : Safety glasses. 

Skin and body protection : Protective clothing. 

Respiratory protection : Wear gas mask with filter type A if conc. in air > exposure limit. 

Other information : Do not eat, drink or smoke during use. 

SECTION 9: Physical and chemical properties 

9.1. Information on basic physical and chemical properties 

Physical state : Liquid 

Appearance : Liquid. 

Molecular mass : 46.07 g/mol 

Color : Colourless. 

Odor : Alcohol odour. Pleasant odour. 

Odor threshold : 100 ppm 

188 mg/m³ 

pH : No data available 

Relative evaporation rate (butyl acetate=1) : 2.4 

Relative evaporation rate (ether=1) : 8.3 

Melting point : -115 °C 

Freezing point : No data available 

Boiling point : 78 °C 

Flash point : 25 °C 

Critical temperature : 243 °C 

Auto-ignition temperature : 363 °C 

Decomposition temperature : No data available 

Flammability (solid, gas) : No data available 

Vapor pressure : 59 hPa (20 °C) 

Vapor pressure at 50 °C : 300 hPa (50 °C) 

Critical pressure : 63840 hPa 

Relative vapor density at 20 °C : 1.6 

Relative density : No data available 

Relative density of saturated gas/air mixture : 1.04 

Specific gravity / density : 0.8 g/l

ETHANOL 95/E5 

Solubility : Soluble in water. Soluble in ether. Soluble in acetone. Soluble in chloroform. Soluble in oils/fats. Soluble in methanol. Soluble in acids. 

Water: Complete 

Ethanol: Not applicable 

Ether: Complete 

Acetone: Complete 

Log Pow : No data available 

Log Kow : No data available 

Viscosity, kinematic : No data available 

Viscosity, dynamic : 0.0012 Pa.s (20 °C) 

Explosive properties : No data available 

Oxidizing properties : No data available 

Explosion limits : 3.3 – 19.0 vol % 

67 – 290 g/m³ 

9.2. Other information 

Specific conductivity : 130000 pS/m 

Saturation concentration : 112 g/m³ 

VOC content : 100 % 

Other properties : Gas/vapour heavier than air at 20°C. Clear. Hygroscopic. Volatile. Substance has neutral reaction. 

SECTION 10: Stability and reactivity 

10.1. Reactivity 

Upon combustion: CO and CO2 are formed. Reacts violently with many compounds e.g.: with (strong) oxidizers: (increased) risk of fire/explosion. Violent to explosive reaction with (some) acids. 

10.2. Chemical stability 

Hygroscopic. 

10.3. Possibility of hazardous reactions 

Not established. 

10.4. Conditions to avoid 

Direct sunlight. Extremely high or low temperatures. Open flame. 

10.5. Incompatible materials 

Strong acids. Strong bases. 

10.6. Hazardous decomposition products 

fume. Carbon monoxide. Carbon dioxide. May release flammable gases.

ETHANOL 95/E5 

SECTION 11: Toxicological information 

11.1. Information on toxicological effects 

Acute toxicity : Not classified 

Ethanol (64-17-5)
LD50 oral rat  10740 mg/kg (Rat; Experimental value,Rat; Experimental value)

 

LD50 dermal rabbit > 16000 mg/kg (Rabbit; Literature study) 

Isopropyl Alcohol (2-Propanol) (67-63-0)
LD50 dermal rabbit  12870 mg/kg (Rabbit; Experimental value; Equivalent or similar to OECD 402; 16.4; Rabbit)

 

LC50 inhalation rat (mg/l) 73 mg/l/4h (Rat) 

Water (7732-18-5)

 

LD50 oral rat ≥ 90000 mg/kg 

Methanol (67-56-1)
LD50 oral rat  > 5000 mg/kg (Rat; BASF test; Literature study; 1187-2769 mg/kg bodyweight; Rat; Weight of evidence)
LD50 dermal rabbit  15800 mg/kg (Rabbit; Literature study)
LC50 inhalation rat (mg/l)  85 mg/l/4h (Rat; Literature study)
LC50 inhalation rat (ppm)  64000 ppm/4h (Rat; Literature study)

 

Skin corrosion/irritation : Causes skin irritation. 

Serious eye damage/irritation : Causes serious eye irritation. 

Respiratory or skin sensitization : Not classified 

Germ cell mutagenicity : Not classified 

Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met 

Carcinogenicity : May cause cancer (Ingestion). 

 

Ethyl Alcohol, 95% v/v
IARC group 

 

Ethanol (64-17-5)
IARC group 

 

Isopropyl Alcohol (2-Propanol) (67-63-0)
IARC group 

 

1 – Carcinogenic to humans 1 – Carcinogenic to humans 3 – Not classifiable

ETHANOL 95/E5 

Reproductive toxicity : Suspected of damaging the unborn child (Ingestion). 

Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met 

Specific target organ toxicity – single exposure : Causes damage to organs (central nervous system, optic nerve) (oral, Dermal). 

Specific target organ toxicity – repeated : Not classified 

exposure Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met 

Aspiration hazard : Not classified 

Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met 

Potential Adverse human health effects and : Harmful if swallowed. Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met. symptoms 

Symptoms/effects after inhalation : EXPOSURE TO HIGH CONCENTRATIONS: Dry/sore throat. Coughing. Irritation of the respiratory tract. Irritation of the nasal mucous membranes. Respiratory difficulties. Central 

nervous system depression. Symptoms similar to those listed under ingestion. 

Symptoms/effects after skin contact : Slight irritation. 

Symptoms/effects after eye contact : Redness of the eye tissue. Lacrimation. ON CONTINUOUS EXPOSURE/CONTACT: Irritation of the eye tissue. 

Symptoms/effects after ingestion : AFTER ABSORPTION OF LARGE QUANTITIES: Risk of aspiration pneumonia. Red skin. Body temperature rise. Damp/clammy skin. Excited/restless. Accelerated heart action. Central 

nervous system depression. Dizziness. Narcosis. Headache. Drunkenness. Nausea. Vomiting. 

Disturbed motor response. Coordination disorders. Visual disturbances. Impaired 

concentration. Delusions. Disturbed sensation of pain. Disturbances of heart rate. Disturbances 

of consciousness. Tremor. Cramps/uncontrolled muscular contractions. Dilated pupils. 

Chronic symptoms : ON CONTINUOUS/REPEATED EXPOSURE/CONTACT: Dry skin. Gastrointestinal complaints. Enlargement/affection of the liver. Change in the haemogramme/blood composition. Cardiac 

and blood circulation effects. High arterial pressure. Impairment of the nervous system. 

Behavioural disturbances. Mental confusion. Disturbed tactile sensibility. Tremor. Affection of 

the bone marrow. Affection of the endocrine system. Weakening of the immune system. 

SECTION 12: Ecological information 

12.1. Toxicity 

Ecology – water : Not harmful to fishes (LC50(96h) >1000 mg/l). Not harmful to invertebrates (Daphnia). Slightly harmful to algae (EC50 (72h): 100 – 1000 mg/l). Harmful to plankton. Not harmful to bacteria 

(EC50 >1000 mg/l). No inhibition of activated sludge. 

Ethanol (64-17-5)

 

LC50 fish 1 14200 mg/l (LC50; US EPA; 96 h; Pimephales promelas; Flow-through system; Fresh water; Experimental value) 

Isopropyl Alcohol (2-Propanol) (67-63-0)
LC50 fish 2  9640 mg/l (LC50; OECD 203: Fish, Acute Toxicity Test; 96 h; Pimephales promelas; Flow through system; Fresh water; Experimental value)
EC50 Daphnia 2  13299 mg/l (EC50; Other; 48 h; Daphnia magna)

 

Threshold limit algae 1 > 1000 mg/l (EC50; UBA; 72 h; Scenedesmus subspicatus) 

Methanol (67-56-1)
LC50 fish 1  15400 mg/l (LC50; EPA 660/3 – 75/009; 96 h; Lepomis macrochirus; Flow-through system; Fresh water; Experimental value)
EC50 Daphnia 1  > 10000 mg/l (EC50; DIN 38412-11; 48 h; Daphnia magna; Static system; Fresh water; Experimental value)

 

Methanol (67-56-1)
LC50 fish 2  10800 mg/l (LC50; 96 h; Salmo gairdneri)

 

12.2. Persistence and degradability 

Ethyl Alcohol, 95% v/v

 

Persistence and degradability Readily biodegradable in water. Biodegradable in the soil. Highly mobile in soil.

Ethanol (64-17-5)
Persistence and degradability  Readily biodegradable in water. Biodegradable in the soil. Highly mobile in soil.
Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD)  0.8 – 0.967 g O ₂/g substance
Chemical oxygen demand (COD)  1.7 g O ₂/gtancesubs
ThOD  2.1 g O ₂/g substance

 

ETHANOL 95/E5 

BOD (% of ThOD) 0.43 

Isopropyl Alcohol (2-Propanol) (67-63-0)
Persistence and degradability  Readily biodegradable in water. Biodegradable in the soil. Biodegradable in the soil under anaerobic conditions. No test data on mobility of the substance available.
Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD)  1.19 g O ₂/g substance
Chemical oxygen demand (COD)  2.23 g O ₂/g substance

 

ThOD 2.4 g O ₂/g substance 

Water (7732-18-5)

 

Persistence and degradability Not established. 

Methanol (67-56-1)
Persistence and degradability  Readily biodegradable in water. Biodegradable in the soil. Highly mobile in soil.
Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD)  0.6 – 1.12 g O ₂/g substance
Chemical oxygen demand (COD)  1.42 g O ₂/g substance
ThOD  1.5 g O ce₂/g substan
BOD (% of ThOD)  0.8 (Literature study)

 

12.3. Bioaccumulative potential 

Ethyl Alcohol, 95% v/v

 

BCF fish 1 1 (BCF; Other; 72 h; Cyprinus carpio; Static system; Fresh water; Read-across) 

Ethanol (64-17-5)
BCF fish 1  1 (BCF; Other; 72 h; Cyprinus carpio; Static system; Fresh water; Read-across)
Log Pow  -0.31 (Experimental value)

 

Bioaccumulative potential Low potential for bioaccumulation (Log Kow < 4). 

Isopropyl Alcohol (2-Propanol) (67-63-0)
Log Pow  0.05 (Weight of evidence approach; Other; 25 °C)

 

Bioaccumulative potential Low potential for bioaccumulation (Log Kow < 4). 

Water (7732-18-5)

 

Bioaccumulative potential Not established. 

Methanol (67-56-1)
BCF fish 1  < 10 (BCF; 72 h; Leuciscus idus)
Log Pow  -0.77 (Experimental value; Other)
Bioaccumulative potential  Low potential for bioaccumulation (BCF < 500).

 

12.4. Mobility in soil 

Ethyl Alcohol, 95% v/v

 

Log Koc Koc,PCKOCWIN v1.66; 1; Read-across 

Ethanol (64-17-5)
Surface tension  0.022 N/m (20 °C)

 

Log Koc Koc,PCKOCWIN v1.66; 1; Read-across 

Isopropyl Alcohol (2-Propanol) (67-63-0)

 

Surface tension 0.021 N/m (25 °C)

Methanol (67-56-1)
Surface tension  0.023 N/m (20 °C)

 

ETHANOL 95/E5 

12.5. Other adverse effects 

Other information : Avoid release to the environment. 

SECTION 13: Disposal considerations 

13.1. Waste treatment methods 

Waste disposal recommendations : Remove waste in accordance with local and/or national regulations. Hazardous waste shall not be mixed together with other waste. Different types of hazardous waste shall not be mixed 

together if this may entail a risk of pollution or create problems for the further management of 

the waste. Hazardous waste shall be managed responsibly. All entities that store, transport or 

handle hazardous waste shall take the necessary measures to prevent risks of pollution or 

damage to people or animals. Recycle by distillation. Remove to an authorized waste 

incinerator for solvents with energy recovery. Do not discharge into surface water. May be 

discharged to wastewater treatment installation. 

Additional information : LWCA (the Netherlands): KGA category 03. Hazardous waste according to Directive 2008/98/EC. 

Ecology – waste materials : Avoid release to the environment. 

SECTION 14: Transport information 

In accordance with DOT 

Transport document description : UN1987 Alcohols, n.o.s., 3, II 

UN-No.(DOT) : 1987 

DOT NA no. : UN1987 

Proper Shipping Name (DOT) : Alcohols, n.o.s. 

Transport hazard class(es) (DOT) : 3 – Class 3 – Flammable and combustible liquid 49 CFR 173.120 Hazard labels (DOT) : 3 – Flammable liquid 

Packing group (DOT) : II – Medium Danger 

DOT Special Provisions (49 CFR 172.102) : 172 – This entry includes alcohol mixtures containing up to 5% petroleum products. IB2 – Authorized IBCs: Metal (31A, 31B and 31N); Rigid plastics (31H1 and 31H2); Composite 

(31HZ1). Additional Requirement: Only liquids with a vapor pressure less than or equal to 110 

kPa at 50 C (1.1 bar at 122 F), or 130 kPa at 55 C (1.3 bar at 131 F) are authorized. 

T7 – 4 178.274(d)(2) Normal…………. 178.275(d)(3) 

TP1 – The maximum degree of filling must not exceed the degree of filling determined by the 

following: Degree of filling = 97 / 1 + a (tr – tf) Where: tr is the maximum mean bulk temperature 

during transport, and tf is the temperature in degrees celsius of the liquid during filling. 

TP8 – A portable tank having a minimum test pressure of 1.5 bar (150 kPa) may be used when 

the flash point of the hazardous material transported is greater than 0 C (32 F). 

TP28 – A portable tank having a minimum test pressure of 2.65 bar (265 kPa) may be used 

provided the calculated test pressure is 2.65 bar or less based on the MAWP of the hazardous 

material, as defined in 178.275 of this subchapter, where the test pressure is 1.5 times the 

MAWP. 

DOT Packaging Exceptions (49 CFR 173.xxx) : 4b;150 

DOT Packaging Non Bulk (49 CFR 173.xxx) : 202 

DOT Packaging Bulk (49 CFR 173.xxx) : 242 

DOT Quantity Limitations Passenger aircraft/rail : 5 L 

(49 CFR 173.27) 

DOT Quantity Limitations Cargo aircraft only (49 : 60 L 

CFR 175.75) 

DOT Vessel Stowage Location : B – (i) The material may be stowed ‘‘on deck’’ or ‘‘under deck’’ on a cargo vessel and on a passenger vessel carrying a number of passengers limited to not more than the larger of 25 

passengers, or one passenger per each 3 m of overall vessel length; and (ii) ‘‘On deck only’’ on 

passenger vessels in which the number of passengers specified in paragraph (k)(2)(i) of this 

section is exceeded. 

Additional information 

Other information : No supplementary information available.

ETHANOL 95/E5 

ADR 

Transport document description : UN 1170 ethanol (ethyl alcohol), 3, II, (D/E) 

Packing group (ADR) : II 

Class (ADR) : 3 – Flammable liquid 

Hazard identification number (Kemler No.) : 33 

Classification code (ADR) : F1 

Hazard labels (ADR) : 3 – Flammable liquids 

Orange plates

Tunnel restriction code : D/E 

Transport by sea 

UN-No. (IMDG) : 1170 

Class (IMDG) : 3 – Flammable liquids 

EmS-No. (1) : F-E 

EmS-No. (2) : S-D 

Air transport 

UN-No. (IATA) : 1170 

Class (IATA) : 3 – Flammable Liquids 

Packing group (IATA) : II – Medium Danger 

SECTION 15: Regulatory information 

15.1. US Federal regulations 

Ethyl Alcohol, 95% v/

SARA Section 311/312 Hazard Classes Physical hazard – Flammable (gases, aerosols, liquids, or solids) Health hazard – Skin corrosion or Irritation 

Health hazard – Serious eye damage or eye irritation 

Ethanol (64-17-5) 

Listed on the United States TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act) inventory 

Isopropyl Alcohol (2-Propanol) (67-63-0) 

Listed on the United States TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act) inventory 

Subject to reporting requirements of United States SARA Section 313 

Water (7732-18-5) 

Listed on the United States TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act) inventory 

Methanol (67-56-1) 

Listed on the United States TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act) inventory 

Subject to reporting requirements of United States SARA Section 313 

RQ (Reportable quantity, section 304 of EPA’s 5000 lb 

List of Lists) 

SARA Section 311/312 Hazard Classes Immediate (acute) health hazard 

Fire hazard 

15.2. International regulations 

CANADA 

Ethyl Alcohol, 95% v/

WHMIS Classification Class B Division 3 – Combustible Liquid 

Class D Division 2 Subdivision A – Very toxic material causing other toxic effects

ETHANOL 95/E5 

Isopropyl Alcohol (2-Propanol) (67-63-0) 

WHMIS Classification Class B Division 2 – Flammable Liquid 

Class D Division 2 Subdivision B – Toxic material causing other toxic effects 

Water (7732-18-5)
WHMIS Classification  Uncontrolled product according to WHMIS classification criteria

 

Methanol (67-56-1)
Listed on the Canadian DSL (Domestic Substances List)
WHMIS Classification  Class B Division 2 – Flammable Liquid 

Class D Division 2 Subdivision A – Very toxic material causing other toxic effects Class D Division 2 Subdivision B – Toxic material causing other toxic effects

 

EU-Regulations 

Isopropyl Alcohol (2-Propanol) (67-63-0)
Water (7732-18-5)
Methanol (67-56-1)

 

Classification according to Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008 [CLP] 

Classification according to Directive 67/548/EEC [DSD] or 1999/45/EC [DPD] 

F; R11 

Full text of R-phrases: see section 16 

15.2.2. National regulations 

Ethanol (64-17-5)
Listed on IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer)
Isopropyl Alcohol (2-Propanol) (67-63-0)
Water (7732-18-5)
Methanol (67-56-1)

 

15.3. US State regulations 

Ethyl Alcohol, 95% v/v()
U.S. – California – Proposition 65 – Carcinogens List  No
U.S. – California – Proposition 65 – Developmental Toxicity No
U.S. – California – Proposition 65 – Reproductive Toxicity – Female No

 

U.S. – California – Proposition 65 – Reproductive Toxicity No 

– Male 

Ethanol (64-17-5)
U.S. – California – 

Proposition 65 – 

Carcinogens List 

U.S. – California – 

Proposition 65 – 

Developmental Toxicity 

U.S. – California – 

Proposition 65 – 

Reproductive Toxicity – 

Female

U.S. – California – 

Proposition 65 – 

Reproductive Toxicity – Male

No significant risk level (NSRL)

 

No No No No 

Isopropyl Alcohol (2-Propanol) (67-63-0)
U.S. – California – 

Proposition 65 – 

Carcinogens List 

U.S. – California – 

Proposition 65 – 

Developmental Toxicity 

U.S. – California – 

Proposition 65 – 

Reproductive Toxicity – 

Female

U.S. – California – 

Proposition 65 – 

Reproductive Toxicity – Male

No significant risk level (NSRL)

 

No No No No 

Water (7732-18-5)

 

U.S. – California – U.S. – California – U.S. – California – U.S. – California – No significant risk level Proposition 65 – Proposition 65 – Proposition 65 – Proposition 65 – (NSRL)

ETHANOL 95/E5 

Carcinogens List Developmental Toxicity Reproductive Toxicity -female Reproductive Toxicity – Male 

Water (7732-18-5)
No  No  No  No

 

Methanol (67-56-1)
U.S. – California – 

Proposition 65 – 

Carcinogens List 

U.S. – California – 

Proposition 65 – 

Developmental Toxicity 

U.S. – California – 

Proposition 65 – 

Reproductive Toxicity – 

Female

U.S. – California – 

Proposition 65 – 

Reproductive Toxicity – Male

No significant risk level (NSRL)
No  Yes  No  No

 

SECTION 16: Other information 

Indication of changes : Revision – See : *. 

Other information : None. 

Full text of H-phrases: see section 16: 

H225  Highly flammable liquid and vapor
H226  Flammable liquid and vapor
H301  Toxic if swallowed
H311  Toxic in contact with skin
H315  Causes skin irritation
H319  Causes serious eye irritation
H331  Toxic if inhaled
H335  May cause respiratory irritation
H350  May cause cancer
H361  Suspected of damaging fertility or the unborn child
H370  Causes damage to organs

 

NFPA health hazard : 2 – Materials that, under emergency conditions, can cause temporary incapacitation or residual injury. 

NFPA fire hazard : 3 – Liquids and solids (including finely divided suspended solids) that can be ignited under almost all ambient 

temperature conditions. 

NFPA reactivity : 0 – Material that in themselves are normally stable, even under fire conditions. 

Hazard Rating 

Health : 2 Moderate Hazard – Temporary or minor injury may occur Flammability : 3 Serious Hazard 

Physical : 1 Slight Hazard 

Personal protection : D

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