A few other sites which are not as good.
http://ull.chemistry.uakron.edu/erd/ U of Akron - Hazardous Chemical Database: Allows search.
Once you reach the detail page, search for and click on "Guide" under "Registry numbers and hazard ratings" http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/mmg.html ATSDR - Medical Management Guidelines for Acute Chemical Exposures
http://www.ata.org/ American Tinnitus Association - Noise in ears due to hearing damage
Please be forewarned that in building the Carbon Dragon or any composite aircraft, you will be subjected to a larger variety of dangers. Chemicals can cause hearing damage, brain damage, lung and skin damage. Power tools can cause injury and hearing damage. The sources of danger include:
- carbon fibers (stabbing wound) or breathing particles in the air due to sanding
- I know of several cases of fingers and one thumb being cut off (but not when building aircraft)
- Drilling through flesh (to myself)
Sensitization or allergy build up:
- Latex gloves and the powder in them
- Epoxy materials
- From oils on aluminum sheet
- From noise from tools
- From fumes from some epoxy materials ... heavy fumes may create a ringing in the ears over a period of time!
From your material sources, request all the material data and safety