Report of handling of hazardous, Chemical Engineering

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Note: What do you observe? Do you realise that the common chemicals you have been hadling casually at your laboratory (if any, with which you are working) are quite hazardous and need special care in handling.

Laboratory Exercises You may preserve this table and display it at a convenient place in the

Manual laboratory where you work. You may make this table more exhaustive.

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