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7790-46-7

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                                         Johnson Matthey
PLATINUM(IV)IODIDE
180054 1.00 EC Current 28.09.2000

1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
180054
Product Code
PLATINUM(IV)IODIDE
Trade Name
Substance
Product Type
Johnson Matthey PLC
Manufacturer/Supplier
Precious Metals Division, Chemicals
Address
Orchard Road
ROYSTON, Hertfordshire
SG8 5HE
+(44) 1763 253000
Phone Number
+(44) 1763 253155
Fax Number
100% Platinum(IV)iodide PtI .
Composition
Also known as platinum tetraiodide.
1
JM Version Number
16/05/91
Date of First Issue

2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON THE COMPONENTS
PLATINUM(IV)IODIDE
Product Formal Name
Product Chemical Family .Not Specified
7790-46-7
CAS Number

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
Platinum halogen compounds are highly allergenic and will cause Type 1
sensitisation in susceptible individuals. Sensitised persons, on re-exposure
to platinum salts, will show the clinical features of a Type 1 allergy - asthma
and/or rhinitis and/or conjunctivitis and/or urticaria. A contact dermatitis can
also occur.
By analogy with similar compounds, this product is expected to be harmful by
ingestion and a severe irritant to the skin, eyes and respiratory system. 聽 聽

4. FIRST AID MEASURES
Inhalation of the dust will result in coughing and sneezing and severe irritation
First Aid
of the respiratory tract, and is the main cause of sensitisation. The symptoms
of the allergic reaction to platinum salts may include any of the following;-
itchy red eyes, watering of the eyes, sneezing, runny nose, chest tightness,
wheezing, breathlessness, cough, eczematous or urticarial (nettle rash type)
skin lesions. Exposure to platinum salts in exceedingly small amounts, even
below the level of physico-chemical detection, will produce symptoms in
sensitised persons. Continued exposure will give symptoms of increasing
severity and can eventually lead to chronic asthma. There is a risk of
anaphylactic shock occuring in sensitised persons re-encountering platinum
salts. Therefore, if sensitisation has developed, further exposure to platinum
compounds must not be permitted. "Platinum asthma" is a prescribed
occupational disease in the UK. Ingestion will lead to severe abdominal pain,
with possible chemical burns to the mouth and throat. Contact with the skin
will be irritating. Strong solutions are corrosive, with the possibility of burns in
severe cases. Contact with the eyes will be painful at all levels of exposure. 聽 聽
聽聽
remove from exposure and allow to rest in fresh air. Rinse nose and mouth
First Aid - Inhalation
with clean water. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen if available. Get
immediate medical attention. 聽
rinse mouth with water and give water or milk to drink. Do not induce
First Aid - Ingestion
vomiting. Get immediate medical attention.
irrigate with water or isotonic saline solution for 15 minutes. Get medical
First Aid - Eyes
attention.
Remove contaminated clothing and wash skin with copious amounts of soap
First Aid - Skin
and water.If irritation persists or tissue is damaged, get medical attention. 聽 聽



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PLATINUM(IV)IODIDE
180054 1.00 EC Current 28.09.2000

4. FIRST AID MEASURES (continued)
Acute allergic reactions are managed symptomatically as indicated by the
First Aid
clinical condition. There is no known antidote.

5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
Although the material is not flammable, toxic fumes will be produced if
involved in a fire. The residue, ash or char left after a fire may have catalytic
properties and may promote the re-ignition of flammable materials and
vapours. Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and personal protective
equipment. Use any extinguisher suitable for the surrounding fire. 聽 聽

6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Evacuate non-protected personnel. Wear protective clothing, impervious
gloves, eye protection and filter-type respiratory protection when dealing with
spillages. Solid spills should be carefully collected into a sealable, plastic
lined drum. Solutions should be absorbed in sand or other inert absorbant
and carefully transferred to a plastic lined drum. The site of the spillage may
be treated with an aqueous solution of a reducing agent, to convert any
remaining platinum compounds to the metal. Store accumulated rags, wipes,
mops, sand, vermiculite etc. in suitably labelled containers for return to the
refinery for precious metal recovery. Afterwards, wash the site of the spillage
with copious amounts of water. If the spill has resulted in the dispersion of
dust through the air, the area must be decontaminated by thorough washing
with water. 聽 聽 聽

7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Good industrial hygiene practices should be observed. Avoid direct contact.
Handling (JM)
Do not eat, drink, smoke or apply cosmetics whilst handling. Exposure to air-
borne particulates must be kept within permissible limits. Use only under
conditions of good local ventilation. 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽
Keep in a secure store, in a sealed, plastic container, away from incompatible
Storage (JM)
materials such as reducing agents. 聽 聽 聽

8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
UK MEL for halogeno-platinum compounds - 0.002 mg/m鈥?
USA ACGIH TLV-TWA for soluble platinum salts - 0.002 mg/m鈥?
German MAK for platinum compounds, measured as total dust - 0.002 mg/
m鈥?
Danish ELV for soluble platinum compounds - 0.002 mg/m鈥?
All values calculated as Pt. High risk of sensitization.

Local exhaust extraction should be used. Vapour and fumes from all
operations should be vented to external atmosphere via a collection or
scrubbing system. Personal filter type respiratory protection, impervious
gloves and industrial safety glasses should be worn. Work clothes should be
changed as often as necessary and at least after every working shift. Wash
hands after using this material.

Users of large amounts of the solid or its solutions should consider the
application of engineering control measures, such as total enclosure and
remote operation where possible. Workplace air and the exhaust from the
ventilation system should be monitored for airborne platinum to ensure that
exposure limit are not exceded. This monitoring should include personal
breathing zone sampling. Pre-exposure and periodic medical examinations of
persons exposed to platinum salts are recommended. Further details are
given in the HSE's Guidance Note MS22,"The Medical Monitoring of Workers
Exposed to Platinum Salts" (ISBN 0 11 883575 0). For non UK residents,
information is available from the JM Group Occupational Physician. 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽 聽


9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

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PLATINUM(IV)IODIDE
180054 1.00 EC Current 28.09.2000

9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES (continued)

brown powder.
Appearance
No odour.
Odour
not applicable
pH
not applicable.
Boiling Range/Point
decomposes at 130掳C.
Melting Point
not applicable.
Flash Point
not flammable.
Flammability
not applicable.
Auto-flammability
not explosive.
Explosive Properties
not oxidising.
Oxidising Properties
no data.
Vapour Pressure
6.064 gm/cc.
Density
Water - slightly soluble and decomposes in water.
Solubility in Water
Fat - no data. 聽
no data.
Partition Coefficient

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
The material is supplied in a stable condition and no reactive hazards are
known.

11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
There is no specific toxicological data available.
Persons with a history of allergic diseases, such as asthma or hay-fever,
should not work with platinum salts. A history of cardiac or pulmonary disease
may also preclude work with platinum salts - medical opinion should be
sought. Any workers experiencing untoward effects or symptoms should be
removed from exposure and medically examined for platinum sensitivity.
Sensitisation is indicated by positive skin prick test to low concentration
solutions of platinum salts.

12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
The reproduction of daphnids is impaired (16%) by 0.014 ppm Pt in 3 weeks.
Hydrogen hexachloroplatinate is reported to be lethal to certain freshwater
species. The complex may persist for some time in the environment. 聽 聽

13. DISPOSAL
Return accumulated waste material to the refinery for metal recovery, or
dispose of in accordance with local and national regulations. 聽

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
U.N. No. 3260, Class 8, Packing Group II.
ADR 2801 27(b)
Proper Shipping Name - "Corrosive solid, acidic, inorganic n.o.s." 聽 聽

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
Corrosive
Labelling Information

R34 Causes burns.
R phrases
R42/43 May cause sensitisation by inhalation and skin contact.


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PLATINUM(IV)IODIDE
180054 1.00 EC Current 28.09.2000

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION (continued)
S22 Do not breathe dust.
S phrases
S24 Avoid contact with skin.
S26 In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and
seek medical advice.
S45 In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice
immediately (show the label where possible).
2322079
EINECS Number
C - Corrosive
EC Annex I Classification

16. OTHER INFORMATION
28 September 2000
MSDS first issued
MSDS data revised
This information relates only to the specific material designated and may not be valid for such material used in combination
with any other materials or in any process. Such information is given in good faith, being based on the latest information
available to Johnson Matthey PLC and is to the best of Johnson Matthey PLC's knowledge and belief, accurate and reliable at
the time of preparation. However, no representation, warranty or guarantee is made as to the accuracy, liability or
completness and Johnson Matthey PLC assumes no responsibility therefore, and disclaims any liability for any loss, damage
or injury howsoever arising (including in respect of any claim brought by any third party) incurred using this information. The
product is supplied on thecondition that the user accepts responsibility to satisfy himself as to the suitability and completness
of such information for his own particular use. Freedom from patent or any other proprietary rights of any third party must not
be assumed. 聽
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USA.
HSELINE Health and Safety Executive Library and Information Service. Published by the Health and Safety Executive. UK.
CISDOC International Occupational Safety and Health Database. Published by the International Labour Organisation. Geneva.
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National Sales Offices
Johnson Matthey PLC,33 Jeffreys Road, Brimsdown, ENFIELD, Middlesex EN3 7PW, United Kingdom, Tel:- 0208 8048111,
Fax:- 0208 8041918

S.A.Johnson Matthey N.V., 8 Avenue de Bale, 1140 BRUSSEL, Belgi毛 / Belgique, Tel:- 2 729 0711, Fax:- 2 216 9061

Johnson Matthey A/S, Frederikssundsvej 274 D, Br垄nsh垄j 2700, Denmark, Tel:- 38 89 62 00, Fax:- 38 89 62 01

Johnson Matthey PLC, Unit 1 - 2, Blanchardstown Business Centre, Clonsilla Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, Republic of


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PLATINUM(IV)IODIDE
180054 1.00 EC Current 28.09.2000

16. OTHER INFORMATION (continued)
Ireland, Tel:- 1 820 7722, Fax:- 1 820 7733

Johnson Matthey GmbH, Alfa Products, Zeppelinstrasse 7, Postfach 6540, D-7500 KARLSRUHE 1, Deutschland, Tel:- 721
840070, Fax:- 721 849674

Johnson Matthey SA, 13 Rue de la Perdrix, Z1 PARIS Nord II, BP 50240, 95996 Roissy, CDG Cedix France, Tel:- 1 48 63 22
99, Fax:- 1 48 63 27 02

Oy Johnson Matthey A.B, Kielotie 7A 4KRS, 01300 BANTAA, Soumi, Tel:- 08574 800, Fax:- 08574 807

Johnson Matthey A.B., Victor Hasselblads gata 8, S-421 31 V盲stra Fr枚lunda, Sverige, Tel:- 031 891390, Fax:- 31 477795

Johnson Matthey & Co G.m.b.H, Steckhovengasse 12, 1132 WIEN, 脰sterreich, Tel:- 877 98 90, Fax:- 877 98 933

Johnson Matthey & Brandenberger A.G., Glattalstrasse 18, CH-8052 ZURICH, Switzerland, Tel:- 01 302 4488, Fax:- 01 302
4701

Johnson Matthey GmbH, Otto-Volger-Stra脽e 9B, D-65843 Sulzbach/Ts, Deutschland, Tel:- (0 61 96)70 38-21, Fax:- (0 61 96)
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