Chemical Hygiene Plan

Contact Prof. Sarah Bergbreiter for training on the CaptAir ductless fume hood in the lab.

Chemical Inventory and MSDS Links
Micro Robotics Lab
Updated 6 April 2009 by Sarah Bergbreiter

Chemical
Amount and Location
 1-Methyl-2-pyrrolidinone 4L bottle, in solvent cabinet
 2,2-Dimethoxy-2-phenylacetophenone 250G bottle, in solvent cabinet
Acetone
 4L bottle, in solvent cabinet, squeeze bottle on deck
Butyl Alcohol-tert
 1L bottle, in solvent cabinet
Ethyl Acetate
 N/A
Heptane
 1L bottle, in solvent cabinet
 Hexanes 4L bottle, in solvent cabinet
Methanol
 N/A
Isopropyl Alcohol
 N/A
WASTE: Acetone/Methanol/IPA/Butyl Alcohol-tert
 4L bottle, in solvent cabinet
Crystalbond 509
 1 .2lb stick, white storage cabinet
Dimethoxy-2-phenylacetophenone  Unused 250g bottle, shelving unit
Sylgard 184 Silicone Base
 1 453g bottle, white storage cabinet; 3 453g  bottle, shelving unit bottom shelf
Sylgard 184 Silicone Curing Agent
 1 45.4g bottle, white storage cabinet; 3 45.4g  bottle, shelving unit bottom shelf
 Sylgard 186 Silicone Base
 3 453g bottle, shelving unit bottom shelf
 Sylgard 186 Silicone Curing Agent
 3 45.4g bottle, shelving unit bottom shelf
 Loctite 5084 UV-curable silicone
 2 300ml containers, white storage cabinet
 Loctite 3108 UV-curable adhesive
 4 syringes, black fridge in 0303
 Loctite 3525 UV-curable adhesive
 5 25ml syringes, white storage cabinet
 Loctite 3335 UV-curable adhesive
 12 25ml syringes, white storage cabinet
 Loctite 3340 UV-curable adhesive
 1 25ml syringe, white storage cabinet
 Loctite 3336 UV-curable adhesive
 Unused 42 ml syringe, shelving unit
 Oil orange terpene x 5-fold 1 Gal bottle, in solvent cabinet
 44 Core-flux cored solder
 1 10cc syringe, back fridge in 0303
 Toluene 4L bottle, in solvent cabinet

SOP: CaptAir Ductless Fume Hood
Micro Robotics Lab
Updated 6 April 2009 by Sarah Bergbreiter

CaptAir 4000 Ductless Fume Hood (qualified for solvents ONLY!)
1. Wear gloves and safety glasses at all times
2. Turn on the fume hood
3. Check air circulation and exhaust
4. Only general use chemicals such as acetone, methanol, and isopropanol are kept in the hood, other chemicals should be labeled and kept in chemical cabinets.
5. If your process requires you to leave something in the hood, please leave a note with your name, phone number, email and expected time of completion.
6. Use dedicated glass wear for specific work.
7. Follow the appropriate SOP for other equipment in the MRL.
8. Please clean up the area when you are finished and re-store any chemicals.
9. Once everything is cleaned and put away, you can turn off the fume hood.


Online Training Materials
Laboratory Personnel Safety Checklist
 Chemical  Disposal Method
 Acetone  Pour waste in bottle labeled "acetone/methanol/IPA waste"
 Methanol  Pour waste in bottle labeled "acetone/methanol/IPA waste"
 IPA  Pour waste in bottle labeled "acetone/methanol/IPA waste" 
   


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