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From breathing in (inhaling) the hydrofluoric acid:

Bluish colored lips and fingernails

(1)Chills

(2)Choking

(3)Coughing

(4)Dizziness

(5)Fever

(6)Tight chest

(7)Weakness

If hydrofluoric acid touched your skin or eyes, you may have:

(1)Blisters

(2)Burns

(3)Pain

(4)Vision loss

Hydrofluoric acid poisoning can have direct effects on the heart. It can lead to irregular, and sometimes life-threatening, heartbeats.

People who come into contact with this poison are likely to have a combination of the symptoms listed.

Common chemically pure 500ml: 6.5; 500ml of analytical grade: 6.6; high-purity 500ml 8.5; electronic grade: 13/L

Home Care about hydrofluoric acid:

Seek immediate medical help. DO NOT make a person throw up unless told to do so by Poison Control or a health care professional.

If the chemical is on the skin or in the eyes, flush with lots of water for at least 15 minutes.

Immediately take the person to the hospital.

"Dangerous chemical safety regulations" has been February 16, 2011 Section 144 amended by the State Council executive meeting, we hereby announce the revised "dangerous chemical safety regulations" came into effect December 1, 2011.