Personal Precautions. Ignites spontaneously on contact with air. Forms explosive mixtures
with air. Immediately evacuate all personnel from danger area. Self-contained breathing
apparatus and protective clothing must be worn by rescue workers. Reacts violently with water.
Avoid contact with water or moisture. Back flow into container may cause reaction. Shut off
flow if without risk. Ventilate area or move container to a well-ventilated area. Prevent waste
from contaminating surrounding environment.
Environmental Precautions. Prevent waste from contaminating the surrounding environment.
Keep personnel away. Discard any product, residue, disposable container, or liner in an
environmentally acceptable manner, in full compliance with
spontaneously in air. Do not breathe vapor. Use only with adequate ventilation or respiratory
protection. Do not get liquid or vapor in eyes, on skin, or on clothing. Keep away from air,
water or moisture, oxidizing agents, and other flammables. Use only spark-proof tools and
explosion-proof equipment. Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flame. Do not eat, drink,
or smoke in areas where this material is stored or used. After working with this material,
wash face and hands thoroughly with soap and water before eating drinking, smoking, applying
cosmetics, or using the toilet. Have safety showers and eyewash fountains immediately
available. Protect containers from damage. For other precautions in using trimethylaluminum,
see section 16.
heres the thing. your over there saying that, then i got material safety sheet for the chemical over saying this about Aluminum alkyls
(Trimethylaluminum). which is clearly shown in that video as the main attraction. then you dont think thats also being used on the daily.
here where i live. you dont think doing this over a long period of time is going to have an affect? people probably said the same thing about lead
paint while slathering it on their house saying "its fine, practically harmless".