Revision Date 01/19/2023
Name: Uranium Hydride
CAS RN: [51680-55-8]
NIH PubChem CID: 3743045 (SID)
EC number: 257-246-2
UN (DOT): 2909
Beilstein/Gmelin: 1140438 (G)
Formula Mass: 241.05
Density, g/cm3: 10.98 g/cm3
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2. HAZARDS AND PROTECTION
- Keep in a cool, dry, dark location, in a tightly sealed container or cylinder.
- Keep away from incompatible materials, ignition sources, and untrained individuals.
- Secure and label area properly.
- Protect containers and cylinders from physical damage.
- All chemicals should be considered hazardous.
- Avoid physical contact.
- Use appropriate and approved safety equipment.
- Untrained individuals should not handle this material or its container.
- Handling should occur in a chemical fume hood.
Protection: Wear protective gloves, clothing, and goggles.
Respirators: Wear positive self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA).
Small spills and leaks:
- Do not touch damaged packages or spilled material.
- If the material spilled is in liquid form, cover it with sand, earth, or other noncombustible absorbent material.
- If the material spilled is in powder form, cover it with a plastic sheet or tarp to minimize spreading.
- Contact the RSO.
Stability: Stable under recommended storage conditions.
The presence of a radioactive material will not influence the fire control processes and should not influence the selection of techniques.
- Small fires: Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, water spray, or regular foam.
- Large fires: Water spray, fog (flooding amounts).
Fire potential: May burn but does not ignite readily.
4. HEALTH AND EXPOSURE EFFECTS
Ingestion, skin, and eyes: See Inhalation
- There is a minimal risk if the package remains intact.
- Package damage may result in a measurable release of radiation, but the risk is still low.
- Apply artificial respiration if patient is not breathing.
- Administer oxygen if breathing is difficult.
- See ingestion.
Skin and eyes:
- Immediately flush with running water for at least 20 minutes.
- See ingestion.
- Medical problems take over radiological concerns.
- Use first aid treatment according to the nature of the injury.
- Do not delay care and transport of a seriously injured person.
Un Number: 2909
Hazard Class: 7
USCG CHRIS Code: RAD
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