Adipic acid is a white, odorless, crystalline solid carboxylic acid that has a sour taste and is mainly used in the production of nylon. Inhalation or contact with this acid in high concentrations and for a long time can cause inflammation or inflammation of the eyes, skin and respiratory system or even asthma, severe diarrhea, bleeding of the intestines and stomach, lungs and liver damage.
The solubility of methanol, ethanol, acetone, cyclohexane, benzene and petroleum ether.
Nowadays, the use of chemicals is increasing day by day. The use of chemicals in agricultural pesticides, pharmaceutical chemicals, health products, etc. in all fields has improved human living conditions or is one of The challenge of the program is for safety and protection in relation to the use and work with these materials, given that each material has its own unique properties, knowing these properties is necessary.
According to the NFPA standard, adipic acid has a rate of health of 1, flammability of 1 and zero reactivity, and a toxicity rate of 11 mg / kg <ratLD50. Adipic acid is irritating in contact with mucous membranes and glasses and face shields should be worn when working with it. Adipack acid is relatively non-toxic and should be stored in containers that are resistant to corrosion and not in the presence of alkaline oxidants.