SDS and properties of Acetamide
Synonyms : Ethanamide, Acetic Acid Amide Acetamida, etanamida
Formula : C 2 H 5 NO
Molecular Mass :59
Physical state : Colorless or white, deliquescent crystals
CAS No. : 60-35-5

Physical Properties
Boiling point : 81°C
Melting point : 222°C
Density : 1.16 g/cm 3
Solubility in water, g/100 ml : 200
Vapor pressure, Pa at 65°C : 133
Relative vapor density (air = 1) : ----
Relative density of the vapor/air mixture at 20°C (air = 1) : ----
Flash point : -----
Autoignition temperature : ----
Explosive limits, % by volume in air : -----
Octanol/water partition coefficient as log Pow : -1.26 Acetamida, etanamida

chemical hazards
The substance decomposes on heating producing toxic fumes. The solution in water is a strong base, it reacts violently with acids and is corrosive. Reacts with oxidants, reducing agents, bases and acids. Combustible substance. In case of fire extinguish with Powder, alcohol resistant foam, spray with water, carbon dioxide. Use self-contained breathing apparatus.

Risks, prevention and first aid
Routes of exposure: The substance can be absorbed by inhalation of the aerosol and by ingestion.
Exposure effects: The substance is irritating to the eyes and skin. The aerosol of the substance irritates the respiratory tract.
Inhalation : Use respiratory protection or localized extraction.
Symptoms : Coughing, gasping.
First aid : Provide clean air and medical assistance.
Skin contact : Handle with protective gloves and suit.
Symptoms : Redness and pain in the exposed area.
First aid : The affected area should be rinsed with plenty of water, remove contaminated clothing.
Eye contact : Safety goggles should be worn.
Symptoms : Causes redness, pain and blurred vision.
First aid : Rinse with plenty of water and seek medical assistance.
Ingestion : You should not eat, drink or smoke while handling the product.
Symptoms : Sore throat, burning.
First aid : DO NOT induce vomiting, DO NOT give anything to drink. Seek immediate medical assistance.

Symbol Xn
A: 40
S: (2)-36/37