new chemical request: 1-propanol

Mary Tang mtang at snf.stanford.edu
Fri Jun 24 12:45:31 PDT 2005


Hi all --

This looks fine to me -- anyone else see a problem?

Mary

Bree Sharratt wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I have looked through the MSDS for this chemical but didn't find one.  
> It's for 1-propanol, very similar to 2-propanol.
>
> Thanks,
> Bree
>
> Contact Information:
> Bree Sharratt
> coral login: bree
> office: 550-555C
> office phone: 650 725 2634
> mobile phone: 650 283 4835
> home phone: 408 252 5545
> email: sharratt at stanford.edu <mailto:sharratt at stanford.edu>
> PI: Prof. Reinhold H. Dauskardt (Materials Science & Engineering)
>
> Chemical:
> MSDS attached at the bottom of this email.
>
> Chemical name: 1-Propanol
> Product name: 1-Propanol
> SYNONYM: 1-Propanol, 99+%, spectrophotometric grade
> SYNONYM: N-Propanol
> SYNONYM: N-Propyl alcohol
> SYNONYM: Propanol
> SYNONYM: Propyl alcohol
>
> Components:
> 1-Propanol    CAS# 71-23-8    100%
>
> Stanford Chemical Storage Group: L: Non-Reactive Flammables and 
> Combustibles, including solvents
> Main Hazard Class: flammable
> Additional Hazards: 14 Slightly toxic, 15 Flammable, 27 Suspect 
> carcinogen/mutagen, 32 Skin irritant, 37 Hepatotoxin, 39 
> Neurotoxin, 41 Lung irritant, 42 Eye irritant, 45 Skin-absorbable poison
>
> Secondary Chemicals Used with this Chemical:
> n-Propyl Titanate
> n-Propyl Zirconate
>
> Supplier Information:
> Alfa Aesar, A Johnson Matthey Company
> Johnson Matthey Catalog Company, Inc.
> 30 Bond St
> Ward Hill, MA 01835-8099
>
> contact:
> emergency: 978 521 6300
> CHEMTREC: 800 424 9300
> www.alfa.com
>
> Reason for Request:
>
> This chemical will be used to make 0.1% solutions of n-propyl titanate 
> and n-propyl zirconate adhesion promoters.  These adhesion promoter 
> solutions will be spun onto glass slides and wafer pieces.
>
>
> Process Flow:
> For wafer pieces (Si/thermal SiO2/PECVD SiNx):
> 1. wbgeneral - clean wafer pieces in 50:1 HF, water rinse and blow dry 
> with N2, box
> 2. wbsolvent - mix 1 part n-propyl zirconate:700 parts 1-propanol or 1 
> part n-propyl titanate:1000 parts 1-propanoll - bottle, cap securely
> 3. transport adhesion promoter solution, in cart, to laurel
> 4. laurel - spin-coat onto wafer pieces
> For glass slides (UV ozone cleaned and boxed in 550-553B):
> 1. sts - deposit 200 nm SiNx
> 2. wbsolvent - mix 1 part n-propyl titanate:700 parts n-propanol - 
> bottle, cap and bag
> 3. transport adhesion promoter solution, in cart, to laurel
> 4. laurel - spin-coat onto slides
>
> Amount and Form:
> 1L bottle liquid form
>
> Storage:
> ** will NOT be stored at SNF **
>
> Disposal:
> Liquid waste will be collected locally and properly labeled; solid 
> waste (gloves, wipes, etc) will be double bagged and properly labeled
>
> Attachments:
> 1. MSDS for 1-propanol
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>
> Bree M Sharratt
> PhD Candidate
> Stanford University
>
> office:     650 725 2634
> mobile:  650 283 4835
> sharratt at stanford.edu <mailto:sharratt at stanford.edu>
>


-- 
Mary X. Tang, Ph.D.
Stanford Nanofabrication Facility
CIS Room 136, Mail Code 4070
Stanford, CA  94305
(650)723-9980
mtang at stanford.edu
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