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Standard Operating Procedure

Type of SOP: ☐ Process ☒Hazardous Chemical ☐ Hazardous Class Purpose Tetrahydrofuran is a flammable liquid that is also an irritant, and should be treated with care by researchers. It is also a peroxide forming chemical and care should be taken when handling it as it may become shock sensitive.

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METHYLTETRAHYDROFURAN System Advantages in

Conclusions on the Use of MeTHF vs. THF • MeTHF is the choice over THF for allyl and benzyl Grignard reagents • MeTHF allows formation of bromo Grignard reagents at high concentration • MeTHF minimizes side reactions in Grignard chemistry • MeTHF provides for easy work-up of the Grignard

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Classification List of Peroxide Forming Chemicals

Class C - Shock and Heat Sensitive. Highly reactive and can auto-polymerize as a result of internal peroxide accumulation. The peroxides formed in these reactions are extremely shock- and heat-sensitive. Bold chemicals constitute the UC Class 3 Settlement Agreement list.

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Handling and Removing Peroxides

Since this method does not destroy peroxides, the alumina should be flushed with a dilute acid solution of potassium iodide or ferrous sulfate following treatment to remove peroxides. b) Ferrous Salt Method : Peroxide impurities in water-soluble solvents are easily removed by shaking with a concentrated solution of ferrous salt.

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FEATURE Peroxides and peroxide

try and safe handling of peroxide-forming chemicals and included pro-cedures on detection and removal of peroxides from laboratory solvents. Safety awareness, prudent handling and proper storage are essential when working with these compounds.1,2 INORGANIC PEROXIDES AND PEROXYACIDS The O-O bond of hydrogen peroxide is covalent. In solution, persalts of al-

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Peroxide formation as a measure of autoxidative deterioration

1. A brief review of the literature of rancidity, especially methods of detecting and determining rancidity is given. 2. A rapid and convenient method of determining peroxides or "active oxygen" in vegetable oils has been developed. 3. A study of peroxide formation in cottonseed and corn oils at 100 C. was made. The relation of peroxide concentration to iodine number, oil color, and

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Peroxide Forming Chemicals

Peroxide Forming Chemicals Chemical Class Standard Operating Procedure Rev. Date: 09Sept2016 3 Eye and Face Protection A. ANSI Z87.1-compliant safety glasses with side shields, or chemical splash goggles. • Ordinary prescription glasses will NOT provide adequate protection unless they also meet ANSI standard and have compliant side shields. B.

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51 Extraordinary Everyday Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide

Mar 17, 2015Hydrogen peroxide is effective against many different types of mold, and can help to clean and detoxify a wide variety of surfaces. Uses in the Kitchen. While hydrogen peroxide is great for cleaning all around the home, it is particularly handy in the kitchen, where it has many specific applications! Read on to discover them. Clean a cutting board

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The occurrence of hydrogen peroxide in edible oils

In soya bean, corn, groundnut, sunflower, rapeseed, olive, safflower, sesame, linseed and mackerel oils, and in the oil from lard, margarine and a solid vegetable fat, hydrogen peroxide was found at concentrations within the range 0.1‐11.5 μg g −1 of oil. The highest 'natural' concentrations were

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Chemical safety: peroxide formation in 2

We found peroxides only in sample (b), which had a peroxide concentration of approximately 0.004 mol/L. We suggest that diisopropyl ether, a well-known peroxidizable substance, formed during refluxing of 2-propanol with magnesium. Diisopropyl ether boils at 69 C,

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Hydrogen Peroxide Formation

Whether the production of hydrogen peroxide in the last case is a direct process or is due to the further interaction of water vapour and oxygen at high temperature is rather uncertain. Certainly at very high temperatures oxygen and water-vapour will combine, with formation of some hydrogen peroxide which can be detected after rapid cooling.

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SAFETY DATA SHEET: TETRAHYDROFURAN

Tetrahydrofuran 109-99-9 Toxicological Data on Ingredients: Tetrahydrofuran: ORAL (LD50): Acute: 1650 mg/kg [Rat]. VAPOR (LC50): Acute: 21000 mg/m 3 hours [Rat]. 4. FIRST AID MEASURES Eye Contact: Check for and remove any contact lenses. In case of contact, immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Cold water may be used.

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Peroxide

Factors that affect rate of peroxide formation include exposure to air, light and heat, moisture, and contamination from metals. Peroxide crystals may form on the container plug or the threads of the lid and detonate when the lid is twisted. Do not open a liquid organic peroxide or peroxide-forming chemical if crystals or a precipitate are present.

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OHS Chart of Peroxide Formers

List B chemicals should be tested for peroxides before distillation or evaporation and tested for peroxide formation or discarded after 1 year. List C chemicals should be tested for peroxide formation or discard liquids aftter 6 months; and gases after 1 year.

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Peroxide

Peroxide formation can be initiated by exposure to air, self-polymerization, or solvent impurities. Once formed, organic peroxides are sensitive to thermal or mechanical shock and can be violently explosive in concentrated solutions or as solids. Many common organic laboratory solvents, such as ethers or tetrahydrofuran, can form peroxides if not

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Peroxide Forming Chemicals

Potential Peroxide-Forming Solvents* Group A: Chemicals that form explosive levels of peroxides without concentration Severe peroxide hazard after prolonged storage, especially after exposure to air. Test for peroxide formation before using or discard after 3 months. Isopropyl ether

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Peroxide Forming Chemicals

Peroxide Forming Chemicals Certain chemicals can form dangerous peroxides on exposure to air and light. Peroxides may detonate with extreme violence when concentrated by evaporation or distillation, when combined with other compounds, or when disturbed by unusual heat, shock or friction.

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Effects of antioxidants on lipid peroxide formation in

An antioxidant concentration of 0.01 per cent normally protected against peroxide formation after a dose of 500 krad but if the dose was increased to 1000 or 2000 krad, much higher doses of antoxidant, up to 0.1 per cent, were required to give protection.

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Common Peroxide Forming Compounds: Hazards

peroxide formation. A cap left off a container or drum, or a loose fitting seal may supply enough oxygen to initiate peroxide formation by eliminating the inhibitor and supporting the initiation of the auto-oxidation process. Light sources, including sunlight, promote the auto-oxidation process and

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Best Guidelines for Removal of Peroxide from THF (Tetra

The presence of Peroxide indicates the formation of Tetrahydrofuran peroxide formation in the solvent, which can be established by performing THF peroxide Test which gives the concentration of peroxide level in THF solvent. In this test Peroxide test strip

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Determination of peroxide value

Determination of peroxide value Rancidity is brought about by the action of air (oxidative rancidity) or by microorganisms (ketonic rancidity) in oil. In oxidative rancidity oxygen is taken up by the fat with the formation of peroxides. The degree of peroxide formation and the time taken for the development of rancidity differ among oils.

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Greener Solvent Alternatives

• Lower peroxide formation than THF (stabilizer required) • Aprotic polar solvent – Resembles Toluene in physical properties – Bromo and lodo Grignards tend to be more soluble in 2-MeTHF where as chloro Grignard reagents tend to be less soluble • Forms an azeotrope rich with water

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Peroxide

Once peroxides have formed, they can detonate when combined with other compounds or when disturbed by unusual heat, mechanical shock, impact or friction. Visual inspection is the safest way to determine peroxide formation. If you suspect the presence of peroxides, contact Environmental Health Safety at 860-486-3613.

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HYDROGEN PEROXIDE STEAM GENERATOR FOR OILFIELD APPLICATIONS

Feb 18, 2016CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS. This application claims priority from, and hereby incorporates by reference for all purposes, U.S. Provisional Patent Ser. No. 62/038,154, entitled Hydrogen Peroxide Steam Generator for Oilfield Applications, naming John J. Rusek as inventor, and filed Aug. 15, 2014.

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Peroxide – Wikipedia

Peroxide, veraltet auch Peroxyde geschrieben, sind eine chemische Stoffgruppe, die das Peroxidanion O 2 2− beziehungsweise eine Peroxygruppe –O–O– enthalten. Im Gegensatz zum Oxidion, dem hufigsten Anion des Sauerstoffs, besitzen die Sauerstoff atome im Peroxidion die Oxidationsstufe −1.

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Organic Peroxides

Exposure to light and heat can increase the rate of peroxide formation. Others form peroxides that become hazardous when concentrated (e.g., by distillation). Some examples include ethyl ether, tetrahydrofuran (THF), p-dioxane, some secondary alcohols like 2-propanol and 2-butanol, and some unsaturated hydrocarbons like propyne (an acetylene

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TETRAHYDROFURAN (1,4

THF is unstable at room temperature due to possibility of peroxide formation; stabilized sometimes with BHT. Its unhindered oxygen atom carries two unshared pairs of electrons - a structure which favors the formation of coordination complexes and the solvation of cations. THF is made also by eliminating water from 1,4-butanediol.

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Featured article on Peroxide–forming Solvents used in

Peroxide Forming Solvents. A significant number of laboratory solvents can undergo autoxidation under normal storage conditions to form unstable and potentially dangerous peroxide by-products. This process is catalyzed by light and heat and occurs when susceptible materials are exposed to

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Organic Peroxides

Exposure to light and heat can increase the rate of peroxide formation. Others form peroxides that become hazardous when concentrated (e.g., by distillation). Some examples include ethyl ether, tetrahydrofuran (THF), p-dioxane, some secondary alcohols like 2-propanol and 2-butanol, and some unsaturated hydrocarbons like propyne (an acetylene compound), cyclohexene, and tetra-and deca

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Global Tetrahydrofuran (THF) Industry

NEW YORK, Nov. 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Tetrahydrofuran (THF) in Metric Tons by the following End-Use Segments: PTMEG Poly Tetra Methylene Ether Glycol, and Solvent. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World.

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