Danger of Copper Chloride Dihydrate
Hazard category: Class 8.3 Other corrosives
Invasion route: inhalation, ingestion
Health hazards: Irritating to eyes, skin and respiratory tract. Copper fume is generated when heated, and metal fume is caused by inhalation. Oral causes hemorrhagic gastritis, liver, kidney, central nervous system damage and hemolysis, etc., severe cases died of shock or renal failure.
Environmental hazards: harmful to the environment.
Explosion hazard: non-combustible, no special explosion characteristics.