The Principles of Safety in the Chemical Laboratories (Paperback)
Chemistry laboratories can be hazardous if the rules are not followed. During a chemistry course a student may handle materials which are carcinogenic, poisonous, flammable, and explosive. Some of these materials and equipment may also cause severe burns, cuts, or bruises if handled improperly or carelessly. Most accidents that occur in the chemistry laboratory are a result of carelessness, impatience, improper or unauthorized experimentation, and disregard in safety rules or proper operating procedures. In order to minimize the chances of an accident in the laboratory, certain rules and regulations must be obeyed at all times when one is working or observing in a chemical laboratory. Therefore, it is not advisable for anyone to work in a laboratory without proper knowledge of the dangers involved. Due to the inherent dangers present in a chemical laboratory exercise, it should be understood that the following rules must be obeyed to minimize the chance of an accident. The students are expected to exercise proper judgement and extreme caution at all times when working in the laboratory. This book explains how you can tackle the basics of health and safety, and tells you how to identify, assess and control the activities that might cause harm in your laboratory. It looks at your safe laboratory; what this book suggests will help you stay safe. We should certify that we will obey each and every rule stated in the paper, and will adhere to each of them in our chemistry courses. I also have received a duplicate copy of this paper, and will keep it available for review throughout my chemistry courses.
Hamid Reza Ghenaatian, completed his primary education in Jahrom, Fars province. He has an undergraduate degree in pure chemistry and a Ph.D. in chemistry in Ferdowsi University of Mashhad and Tarbiat Modares University of Tehran. He previously taught introductory college chemistry and nano laboratory chemistry, and has over 15 years of laboratory and research experience. He is currently working as an academic staff and dean of the faculty of sciences in Jahrom University, Jahrom, Iran. He and his colleagues have published many books and papers in theoretical and application chemistry fields. At the same year he became a member of Iranian Chemical Society and teaches in workshops of university and student research centers. Tel: +987154344445; Email Address: email@example.com; Address: faculty of sciences, Jahrom University, Postal code: 74135111, Jahrom. Maryam Ayoubi, She completed his primary education in Jahrom, Fars province. She has achieved her MSc in Nano-chemistry(Nano-sciences and Technology) in Islamic Azad university, Marvdasht Branch while she studied her B.S. in Applied chemistry. She has 7 years of experience in Jahrom University as chemistry labaroty export; several month she has worked in Perochemistry industry in Marvdasht . She has done some research activities in nano field of study. She participated in national conferences with the topic of nano composite. Since she is the first graduated student in nano chemistry in MSc, her work significance is really noted. Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org; Address: Chemistry Labarotary, Jahrom University, Jahrom, Iran