Glyoxal. By: Alexis Howes. Molecular Formula: C 2 H 2 O 2 Molecular mass: 58.04 g/mol Density: 1.27 g/cm 3 Melting Point: 15 °C, 288 K, 59 ° F Boiling Point: 51 °C, 324 K, 124 °F Solubility in Water: Yes Yellow colored. First made by N. Lubawin in 1875
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By: Alexis Howes
Health Effects and toxicity- known to irritate humans on the skin and the mucosal areas, turning the areas red and itchy; if inhaled it may cause loss of breath and coughing; if ingested it may cause nausea and vomiting
0-no known hazard
4- most dangerous