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Sodium oleate safety knowledge

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Sodium oleate powder
Acute toxicity: mouse venous LD50 (LD50) : 152mg/kg. Rabbit intravenous injection LD50:150 mg/kg.
Sodium Oleate is slightly irritating to skin and mucous membranes when used externally. Aan it is a kind of anionic surfactant. According to the provisions of the food safety law, this component does not appear in the national food safety standard food additives use standard GB2760-2011, that is, sodium oleate does not belong to food additives and new resource food. It is a non-edible substance that is not allowed to be added in food. Sodium oleate is generally not harmful to water but do not release Sodium oleate materials into the environment if the government permits it.
Sodium oleate identify
Take a fine powder sample of about 1g, and slowly add it to L00ml, 5% potassium chloride solution under intense agitation, to form a gelatinous substance. The sample 500mg was mixed with 10mL nitric acid and 50mL water, boiled for about 30min, and cooled. Both sodium test (IT-28) and phosphate test (IT-26) were positive.
Sodium oleate storage
Sodium Oleate is stable at room temperature and pressure and cannot be used with strong oxidants. Sodium oleate should be sealed at -20℃ and stored in a dry and ventilated place to avoid moisture and sun exposure.
Sodium oleate First aid:
Inhalation: If Sodium oleate is inhaled, move the patient to fresh air.
Touching: Soiled clothes should be removed immediately and skin should be thoroughly rinsed with soapy water and water. Seek medical advice if you feel unwell.
Contact eyes: Separate eyelids, rinse with running water or normal saline, seek medical advice immediately.
Eat Sodium oleate: Gargle, do not induce vomiting.
Fire control measures:
Extinguishing agent: Use water mist, dry powder, foam, or carbon dioxide extinguishing agent to extinguish the fire.
Avoid using straight running water to extinguish fires. Straight running water may cause splashes of flammable liquids and spread the fire. Fire-fighting precautions and protective measures: Fire-fighting personnel should wear air-carrying breathing apparatus and full-body fire-fighting clothes to fight fire upwind. If possible, move containers from the fire to an open area. Containers in the fire must be evacuated immediately if they are discolored or make noise from the safety relief device. Isolate the accident site and forbid irrelevant personnel to enter. Receive and treat fire water to prevent environmental pollution.

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