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Electronic Materials 

Solvents and Wet Chemicals 

  • acetic acid, acetone, ammonium fluoride, ammonium hydroxide, hydrochloric acid, hydrogen fluoride anhydrous or acids or pyridine complex, hydrogen peroxide, isopropyl alcohol, nitric acid, phosphoric acid, and sulfuric acid
  • silanes and siloxanes, di and trichlorosilanes, silicon tetrachloride, disilane, methylsilanes, tetraethylorthosilicate, silicon tetrafluoride,  germanes
  • ammonia, tungsten hexafluorides
  • Fluorocarbons including  trifluoromethane, tetra-fluoromethane, difluoromethane, fluoromethane, hexafluoroethane, pentafluoroethane, octafluoropropane, and octafluorocyclobutane

Organic Electronic Materials

Hydrogen Fluoride Suitable for Electronics 

SAFETY INFORMATION:  Hydrogen fluoride is extremely dangerous and should only be handled by highly-trained personnel.  Failure to follow this could result in injury or death.  For  solutions of >30% HF double nitrile gloves are recommended and the use of C-alloy layered gloves or HF resistant gloves is needed. For 4 hours or more of HF exposure: Butyl rubber, neoprene rubber, Viton®/butyl rubber, Barrier® (PE/PA/PE), Silver Shield/4H® (PE/EVAL/PE), Trellchem® HPS, Trellchem® VPS, Tychem® SL (Saranex®), Tychem® CPF3, Tychem® BR/LV, 4 Tychem® Responder®, Tychem® TK.

The following gloves will protect against hydrofluoric acid (>70%) for 4 hours or more: Neoprene rubber, Barrier® (PE/PA/PE), Trellchem® HPS, Tychem® TK 

1. Use of Hydrofluoric Acid in the Petroleum Refining Alkylation Process-OSHA 

2. Chemical Emergency Preparedness and Prevention Advisory: Hydrogen Fluoride- EPA Monograph 

3. Guidelines for the Safe Use of Hydrofluoric Acid- Harvard University