Agent Name

Hydrazine sulfate

CAS Number

10034-93-2

Formula

H4-N2.H2-O4-S

Major Category

Nitrogen Compounds

Synonyms

Diamidogen sulfate; Diamine sulfate; HS; Hydrazine dihydrogen sulfate salt; Hydrazine hydrogen sulfate; Hydrazine monosulfate; Hydrazine sulfate (1:1); Hydrazine sulfate (VAN); Hydrazine sulphate; Hydrazine, sulfate (1:1); Hydrazinium sulfate; Hydrazinium(2+) sulfate; Hydrazonium sulfate; Idrazina solfato [Italian]; Segidrin; Sehydrin; Siran hydrazinu [Czech]; [ChemIDplus]

Category

Hydrazines

Description

White solid; [Hawley]

Sources/Uses

Used in the gravimetric estimation of nickel, cobalt, and cadmium; in the refining of rare metals; in separating polonium from tellurium; for determination of arsenic in metals; in condensation reactions; and to make hydrazine hydrate and other chemicals; Also used as an antioxidant in soldering flux for light metals, a reducing agent in the analysis of minerals and slags, a catalyst in making acetate fibers, and a germicide to destroy fungi and molds; [HSDB]

Comments

Emergency treatment: "Hydrazines"; Hydrazines can cause severe eye damage. They can cause seizures, liver injury, hemolysis, and delayed pulmonary edema. [HSDB] A strong reducing agent; May cause irritation; [CAMEO] An irritant; May cause skin sensitization; May be fatal by inhalation; [MSDSonline] See "Hydrazine."

Adverse Effects
Skin Sensitizer

Yes

Neurotoxin

Other CNS Neurotoxin

Hepatotoxin

Hepatotoxin, Secondary

Methemoglobinemia

Methemoglobinemia, Secondary

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