is an important silicone intermediate. It is mainly used as a hydrogenation reagent and is a raw material for preparing a silicone surfactant. The existing methods for producing phenyl silane
and diphenylsilane are complicated, high in cost, and low in product purity. If the patient inhales phenyl silane
, move it to fresh air. If the skin is exposed to phenyl silane, remove the contaminated clothing and wash the skin thoroughly with soap and water. Get medical attention if you feel uncomfortable. If the eye is exposed to phenyl silane, separate the eyelids, rinse with running water or saline, and seek medical attention immediately. If you ingest phenyl silane, rinse your mouth immediately. Do not induce vomiting. Seek medical attention immediately.
The advice to protect the rescuer is as follows:
Transfer patients to a safe place. Consult a doctor. Please show this chemical safety data sheet to the doctor on site if conditions permit. If a small amount of phenyl silane is leaked, collect it as much as possible in a closable container. Absorb with sand, activated carbon or other inert materials and transfer to a safe place. It is forbidden to rush into the sewer. If a large amount of phenyl silane leaks, construct a dike or digging pit, seal the drainage pipe, cover it with foam, and suppress evaporation. Transfer to an tank truck or special collector with an explosion-proof pump, then recycle or transport to a waste disposal site for disposal.