(1) "Hazardous Chemicals: Information and Disposal Guide", M.A. Armour, L.M. Browne, G.L. Weir, University of Alberta, (3rd edition, 1987). There is a copy of this book in each research laboratory in the Chemistry Department.  This book is no longer available from the University of Alberta.  It will be $109 US (1991) from the Chemical Rubber Co.  Individual laboratories are responsible for maintaining a copy in their laboratories.


(2) "The Merck Index".  Eleventh Edition, Merck and Co., Rahway, N.J.  


(3) N.I. Sax, "Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials". Sixth Edition, Van Nostrand, Reinhold, New York, (1984).  This book is available from Alfa Products.


(4) A. Hamilton and H.L. Hardy, "Industrial Toxicology", P.B. Haeber Co., New York, (1949).


(5) E.R. Plunkett, "Handbook of Industrial Toxicology", Chemical Publishing Co., New York, (1966).


(6) National Academy of Sciences ‑ National Research Council, "Handbook of Toxicology", Saunders, Philadelphia, (1956‑59).


(7) W.C. Lathrop and G.W. Hendrick, "Relation between Performance and Constitution of Organic Explosive Compounds", Chem. Rev., 44, 419 (1949).


(8) H.H. Fawcett and W.S. Wood "Safety and Accident Prevention in Chemical Operations", Interscience (Wiley), New York (1965).


(9) "Guide for Safety in the Chemical Laboratory", Second Edition, Manufacturing Chemists Association, Inc., Van Nostrand (1972).


(10) N.V. Steeve, (ed.).  "Handbook of Laboratory Safety", 2nd Edition, Chemical Rubber Co. (1971).


(11) R.D. Macomber, "Chemistry Accidents in High School" J. Chem. Ed. 38, 367‑368 (1961).


(12) F.W. Michelotti, "Hazardous Chemical Safety in the Laboratory", Anal. Chem., 51, 441 A (1979).


(13) B.C. Fishback, "Toxic Material in the Academic Laboratory from an Industrial Viewpoint", J Chem. Ed. 56, A7 (1979).


(14) G.D. Muir, "Hazards in the Chemical Laboratory".  Second Edition. The Chemical Society, Burlington House, London. (1977).


(15) D.B. Walters (ed.). "Safe Handling of Chemical Carcinogens, Mutagens, Teratogens and Highly Toxic Substances", Volumes 1 and 2, Ann Arbor Science Publishers Inc. (1980).


(16) Environmental Health Directorate, Health Protection Branch, "Guidelines on Toxic and Hazardous Chemicals Used in Educational Institutions" (1980).  Canadian Government Publishing Centre, Catalogue No.  H 46‑2/81‑74E.  ISBN 0‑660‑ 11073‑3.


(17) Ontario Ministry of Labour, "Designated Substances in the Workplace:  A General Guide to the Regulations" (1985).  Publication Services Division, 5th Floor, 880 Bay St., Toronto M7A 1N8. lSBN 0‑7729‑‑1 51‑1.


(18) C.F. Reinhardt, W.G. Hume, A.D. Linch, J.M. Wetterhold, "Hydrofluoric Acid Burn Treatment", J. Chem. Ed., 46, A171 (1969).


(19) N.I. Sax and R.J. Lewis, "Rapid Guide to Hazardous Chemicals in the Workplace"  Available from Alfa Products.  Information compiled from the full volume--Reference 3.


(20) M.J. LeFevre, "First Aid Manual for Chemical Accidents" (1982), for use with non-pharmaceutical chemicals.  Available from Alfa Products.


(21) "WHMIS Core Material--A Resource Manual For the Application and Implementation of WHMIS", (1988).  An excellent reference is available from the Workers' Compensation Board of British Columbia, Richmond, B.C.