Handling and storage of Beryllium Fluoride BeF2
Beryllium Fluoride BeF2 is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula BeF2, which is a glassy colorless crystal, easily soluble in water, slightly soluble in ethanol, more soluble in the mixture of ethanol and ether, insoluble in anhydrous hydrogen fluoride, mainly used in For the manufacture of beryllium and beryllium alloys.
Fire-fighting measures and emergency release measures for Beryllium Fluoride BeF2
Hazardous properties: Beryllium Fluoride BeF2 emits highly toxic fumes upon exposure to high heat or acid or acid mist.
Handling and storage of Beryllium Fluoride
Precautions for Beryllium Fluoride operation: closed operation, provide adequate local exhaust. Prevent dust from being released into the workshop air. Operators must undergo special training and strictly abide by operating procedures.
Overview of the dangers of Beryllium Fluoride
Beryllium Fluoride, is a chemical substance, white powder or crystal, melting point 552℃, boiling point 1175℃, relative density (water=1): 1.9860. It is harmful to the environment and can cause pollution to water bodies. This product is non-flammable, toxic, carcinogenic, and highly irritating.