Comment amtetcher SNF 2009-04-18 13:29:57: on nf3

dalyx at snf.stanford.edu dalyx at snf.stanford.edu
Sat Apr 18 13:29:57 PDT 2009


NF3 gas (gas 5) did not close. Pressed abort to close the valve. Below is some info from NF3 MSDS data sheet.
INHALATION EFFECTS:
Inhalation causes breathing difficulties, chest pains, and nausea. It forms a hemoglobin complex, similar to
carbon monoxide, and thus, is highly poisonous due to interference with oxygen transport in blood.
Effects of oxygen deficiency resulting from simple asphyxiants may include: rapid breathing, diminished mental
alertness, impaired muscular coordination, faulty judgement, depression of all sensations, emotional instability,
and fatigue. As asphyxiation progresses, nausea, vomiting, prostration, and loss of consciousness may result,
eventually leading to convulsions, coma, and death.
Oxygen deficiency during pregnancy has produced developmental abnormalities in humans and experimental
animals.




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