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Project 3-A Can You Judge a Product by Its Label What to Do 1.Work in small groups. Your teacher will provide your group with an empty container for a common product used in the home or a label from a common product. Examine the label carefully. 2.What is the intended use of the product? To do the dishes 3.What substance or subtances are found in the product? NaOH C6H5SO3Na C6H8O7 H2O 4.What, if any, hazard-related information is included on the product labelling? There is no sign label, but it says that cannot be swallowed. 5.What, is any,safety-related instructions are provided? Sign: QS(Quality Safety) What Did You Find Out? 2.What substance are familiar to you? Which substances are unfamiliar NaOH Water(H2O)are familiar for us C6H5SO3 C6H8O7 are complex and unfamiliar for us 3.Base on the names of the substance, what similiarities and differences do you notice between ingredients in the products? Most of the detergent has water, NaOH and citric acid. Some of the products(unqualified) add industial salt 4.Do you notice significant differences between products that are labelled "green" and those are not? Green products have no P(element phosphorus). 5.What do you think happens to the substance in these products once they are used in your home? >_< It must be awful!!! NaOH will corrosive my wooden bad, my sofa, everything! 6.Should people stop using products that contain potentially dangerous compounds? Defend your answer I vote for the view that people needn't stop using these products. Everything resist for certain reasons, knife is dangerous but it is helpful, the same as products that contain potentially dangerous compounds. And actually people will not swallow detergent except the person is a child. 7.How do the HHPS symbols compare with the WHMIS symbols?Refer to the front of your textbook to remind yourself of the WHMIS symbols.