Is ink toxic?

Answer Ink can be mixed with any combination of chemical compounds, such as hydrochloric acid, dilute nitric acid, sulphuric acid, potassium chromate, iodide and stannous chloride, none of which are toxic... Read More »

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Is methane gas toxic?

Methane is a major component of natural gas and it is non-toxic. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration calls methane gas a simple asphyxiant. Methane poses the threat of suffocation due... Read More »

Are ice packs toxic?

On One Hand: Read the LabelThe materials used to produce ice packs differ by type and manufacturer. Gel ice packs often used to keep food cool will be labeled non-toxic when composed of non-toxic m... Read More »

Is thymol toxic?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration generally regards thymol as safe for human contact and minimally toxic. In fact, the thyme herb is considered to be part of a normal human diet and is a common... Read More »

Is desiccant toxic?

Any material used to absorb and hold moisture is known as a diseccant. The silica gel diseccants used in product packaging are environmentally friendly and non-toxic. Sometimes, however, part of th... Read More »