What should you do when working with chemicals?
a. Never return unused chemicals to their original containers.
b. Always place in a labeled container for use.
c. Always place caps and lids on all reagent bottles when not in use.
d. All of the above.
Safety Data Sheets:
In most parts of the world, safety data sheets are required to be available for anyone working with chemicals. The safety data sheets will contain information about the chemical's hazard symbols, physical properties, chemical properties, disposal instructions and more. The two most common systems used are the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) and WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System).
Answer and Explanation: 1
Option a is good laboratory practice because it avoids contamination of the chemicals.
Option b is good laboratory practice so that chemicals can be...
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Working with chemicals and specimens in a lab can be a dangerous practice, and it is important to understand lab safety. Discover the best practices for working with chemicals and specimens to ensure a safe, accident-free workplace.